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VOLUME A MONOPOLY Serious WThf I IV wrrnera ovalry and to f8 I IiI BAI i I t W- - i ST RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 26 1890 GAVE HER FLESH To Save a Towns Siters Sealp A Vouth ful Heroines Sacrillro Ono of the most remarkable surgical operations in blatOTY and at tin time a great act of heroic self sacrifice was seen Thursday afternoon at Graco Hospital Dolroit Last Saturday Ma Â¬ tilda Oreeeb a girl had her entiro scalp and left ear wrenched off by ld NUMBER 24 Charges Against Kochs Assistants 1 Prot THE INDIAN HUB BUB riot to Ambmh Troops fciild to Have Been DANGER NOT OVER The Indians Aro Massing For an Bat Troops Ilurryini- - Onward Check Them General Miles Are THE COMMONWEALTH TOTAL FOR THE STATE Tho Aggregate Vote For Congressmen of Which the Democrats Cast Sixty One Per Cent AN INJURED WIFE a 1 vnipli Monopolized by Them and ot lineal the ITi nou ThfT Will Tliy Are Making For- Â¬ Â¬ tune rirrjlmj Fifty lars Offered lor Ten Drop of lymph hi tors in Uorlin in whom far Intruded the exclusive ire are exploiting Koch Mteirowa pockets and elding information till - are well feathered n of Drs Iiergmann v and Koehler the pliysi- practice in Ierlin aro tails of the crre as I of New York and Lon- ri are there by hun- to see littleand complain bitterly at tho iiown them Practically ution in lierlin is per- nann Cornet and Levy ured his preferenco rful influence of the y secured his becauso lowed Koch to use his -- - experiments Cor- - tin - I I to co operate because been a close friend to a useful assistant in Kochs title investigation peaerml practice is concerned the monopoly which iiiii n rapidly rich They private houses for hospitals g patients from S3 per day up and food not including Lvy charges each each visit Kven at this ant price he is treating nearly y The other throe doc- aa eqaal number of patients them charge less pros- y U a visit These inp hay while the sun lag early and late frantic efforts mado t the lymph I o following facts In lymph undiluted costs KocJvta price Sti This diluted will inocculate 300 London physician of- oa Friday M for ten of undiluted lymph if do- ir time for him to catch tho train for London that night who has trans Kochs lectures for on has been there wait- v ks trying to securo uid though he offed 25 lowed lac biaL DANGER AT ROSEBUD - inC ISefure the Troops Bat the Ghost Dances An IprU eared rmy headquarters Chicago Fri- tieatetal Williams said I red a telegram from General ommanding the forces raying a scheme for in- loyal Sioux to abandon and join the loyals is work- fully and he soon hopes iiostile crowd entirely The report from Lieuten- who is in charge of the d Agency however ic -- Ktrat ed IineJUdjfe An Oraaba Bee special from Pin Agency says The first knowledge that tho ghost dancers had com menced plotting to entrap tho soldiers was brought to Indian Agent Royer by Wm McUaa formerly an Indian scout and now a wealthy ranchman living in tho vicinity of Buffalo Gap McGaa was traveling overland on horse- Â¬ back and alone He enjoys a wide friendship among the Indiansgonernlly and Saturday niglu stayed at one of tho lodges about midway between this point and ISuffalo lap Ho had placed verv little dependence in the reported scare aid therefore felt no fear in lying down and going to sleep in j tepo full of bronzed Indians notwithstanding he m all fully armed A little curiosity - however prompted him to feign sleep and keep his ears open dur Â¬ ing the early part of tho night Tho result was that ho secured information as startling as it was valuable and that removes every vestige of doubt as to tho blood thirsty villainy which has taken possession of the ghost dancers After he bad been in bod some little time a couple hours or more one of the redskins bent over him to discover whether ho was asleep To all appearances he was Then he heard them get up and begin a whispered consultation For tho first time in his life McCaa says he al Â¬ most doubted his own ears Tho Indians with whom he had lain down to sleep with a feeling of utmost security were deliberately plotting to lead General Brooke and his soldiers into an ambush and shoot them Their plan as McOaa heard from their own lips is to continue the ghost dan e tin- til the troops try to stop it Ti selected to carry out their murderous de sign is a place sixteen miles and a half north of here and a more advantageous locality for such a devilish deed probably does not exist any where else on tho face of tho entire continent General Brooke has ordered a largo body of troops to Rushville Sunday companies E F G and H of the Second Infantry commanded by Captains Amos Vlio Keller and Clarke left Fort Omaha on two special trains and will reach Rushville at 4 a m Monday Compan- C and G of the Twenty first In- Â¬ fantry from Fort Siddis commanded by Lieutenant Brooks and Captains El stein Duncan and Boyer the whole in sharge of Lieutenant Colonel Poland ire now enroute by special train fr Columbus Nek to Rushville Colonel Guv Hcnrv with one troon of the Ninth Cavalry from Fort UeKiaajr is also on his way there Tho other troops in this department of the State are undor marching orders and can soon be centered at the scone of trouble This move is intended first to cut off raiding parties if any leave the reservation and second to support Major Butlers command at Pine Ridge should ho need Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Artillery Order Â¬ Mrs Amanda Schuitz Delivers Curtain Lecture Translated Irom the German for this paper tL 1 i to Ouict Tactics A dispatch from Rosebud Agency S Dak dated November 19 says When the Indians on this and tho Fine Ridgo Agency wake up to morrow morning they will find themselves surrounded by the strongest body of United States troops which has been mustered into tho West sinco tho defeat of Geronimo It can bo predicted that if some unfor Â¬ tunate act on the part of tho soldiers does not add to tho excitement of tho red duns tho threatened uprising will not occur It is now plain General Miles has not been idlo during tho past week for tho troops now arriving come from most of tho posts in tho Wost Small detachments have been moving in this direction for tho last three days and tho whole has boon so smoothly and quietly done that not a word of warning has reached the Indians This great move- Â¬ ment will be known to history as tho masterpiece of strategic Indian warfare although not a gun be fired during tho whole trouble Doubtless the quick response of the army trill entirely quiet the bucks now in such a fever over tho strange Ghost Dance It would be impossible for the Indians to mount and start out upon depredation for morning will find them completely in tho p sion of soldiery so completely in fact that not even madness will furnish them an excuse to go upon the war path General Miles says that ho has every confidence in the judgment discretion and energy of the department command- Â¬ ers and tho troops under them In- Â¬ dians are scattered over several hundred miles of territory and they aggregate in round numbers 0000 warriors Tho troops which are scattered over this ex- Â¬ tensive territory number about COOO and not moro than 1500 of this number are effective mounted troops con eluded tho General Â¬ j KICKING Censured For Not Dealing More Lymph Thursdays number of tho German Medical Weekly contains an articlo signed by Drs Bergtnann Fraentzeland m Levy and Staff Surgeon Koehl in which they declare that Out Prof Koch many d i ff e re n t cases they are prepared to fully indorse in ments after experi- - reinforcements ug He telegraphs his com- - under -- the Indian camp fated back about fl nifrht they were htld- - and are working three k nay tlfat I Bitttag WM 1 lull has ts to all Sioux a the Indian as far west as WyomingIi in his iiber of his tribe K i t If Strurk Scleral Timet Ily the Crowd In the Italian Catholic Church at Hat ton Garden London Sunday the rec- Â¬ tor Rev Mr Bannin took occasion to denounce Mr Parnell whereupon sev- Â¬ eral members of the congregation left the church A scene of great disorder en- Â¬ sued the people shouting Mind your business nave politics alone etc On leaving the church Father Bannin was attacked by the crowd and was struck several times Ho was escorted homo by tho police who had great difficulty in protecting him In the City Temple Dr Parker declared that if the present Government was selfish it would dis- Â¬ solve Parliament with the certainty of gaining a victory if Parnell retained the leadership of his party PRIEST ASSAULTED Father Itannin Denounces Parnell and Is they can do a an bo Kn of Holanl Dead The King of Holland died at 6 oclock His illness took a v ould never be Sunday morning lit es of settlers sudden turn for the worse Saturday ir symptoms of unemia appear n Emma was at once Dr 1 s ai Scarlet Fevar moned and remained with her husband suburb of Bor- - until his death The Kings last hours orarily allotwere peaceful life ebbing quietly away municipal authori- - Immediately upon the announcement of assisting him in of the sad event the palaces and other - with his experiments in the public buildings were closed alee overing a cure for in- - notices were posted of the cancellation h as scarlet fever of all amusements pitlieria and typhus fever The Banl of Flesh or will also pursue his in- There is no apparent change in tho the nature and treat- iiding It will condition of the Oresch pirls on whom to accommodate 150 patients the operation of ingrafting a scalp on tal Dr Koch tho younger was performed at Detroit rs that his labors in connection Micb Tho elder pirl from whom tho flesh was taken suffers a great deal tho lie completed nost pain but does not complain The Hennesseys Assassins Ind ctjd doctors say that the skin has commenced Â¬ Orleans the grand jury re to grow on tho youngers skull and funding true bills again- every thing is as favorable as could be nif n under arrest charged expected It is now thought that tho tho murder of Chief of Iolico strange band of flesh which binds these Hennessey October 15 for two children together will be severed thereto It is ex- - Monday the trial will be fixed at an early Storm of Djatn Word has been received at Albor Nebraska Governorship t3 Ba Contested set IJoyd of Nebraska queroue X kL from Seven Lakes in morning received official notice the Gallinas Mountains Lincoln County reion is to bo contested that four sheep herders wero killed Sixteen others Wholesale fraud all over the State is cently by a hail storm the Independents the con- - and 1000 head of sheep aro missing icluding the Uepublican oflicials- Tin Parnell Scandal There is a rumor that Salisbury will To Relieve the Flnaneal Stress dissolvo Parliament in order to get the v Wincom is considering a advantage of tho Parnell scandal in tho to increase tho money circulation new elections At an Irish meeting in by 8500000000 as an additional relief Cork a resolution of confidence in Par- Â¬ to the financial strew nell was refused passage their career would statomentrogard- aUsVTF iOalT tlV nifr ins remeay cSH KM Some of the even- Ing papers warn the public against tno illusions er- tortalned by rnoF icoon many regarding tho efficiency of Kochs remedy They al0 claim that the of lymph is being Tho exhausted Tageblatt says that Kochs procedure so far is open to severe criticism becauso ho has only given his lymph to a few co lahorators whom ho could thorough- Â¬ ly trust to follow his instructions while the great scientific establishments and hospitals aro excluded from the lienefits of tho discovery Tho Tage- Â¬ blatt considers that tho dissatisfaction among medical men and the many patients who are anxious to submit to tho treatment is quite justified and declares that the present arrangements must bo altered The demand for tho Koch syringes is so Treat that tho roanufactur ersare unable to fill all their orders Herr Steiner the celebrated tenor of Fried rich Wilhelms Theater who is suffering from lupus of the face was introduced at a meeting of the Medical So Â¬ ciety twelve hours after receiving an injection of the Koch fluid As a re ward for his services in the interests of al scienco tho Emperor will prob onfer the title of nobility upon trot Koch Tho Professor states that the Government must prepare tho lymph used in the cure of tuberculosis -f- Prof Kochs WVf Â¬ Â¬ - OBrien Dillon Et Al Onllty -- i m m Â¬ In tho court at Clonmel Wednesday a verdict of guilty was rendered against Wm OISrien John Dillon Patrick OHrien all of whom aro members of Parliament John Cullinane Thomas Walsh Patrick Mockler and Mr Rolton who were indicted on charges of con- Â¬ spiring to induce the tenants on the Smith Barry estate not to pay rent William OBrien and Dillon were each sentenced to two terms of imprisonment of six months each but the sentenees are to run concurrently Patrick Ollrien and Cullinane wero each sen- Â¬ tenced to six months imprisonment and Walsh Mockler and Rolton to four months each All the sentences were without labor Rev Pettlt Goes Up for Life At Crawfordsville Ind when court conenod at oclock Thursday morning 111 in1 UU f viu J1 in tn liUU Ul W D Iilllil charged with poisoning his wife brought in a verdict of guilty and fixed his punishment at imprisonment for life Tho jury took only one ballot to agree upon tho prisoners guilt and an other to decide upon tho punishment 1 - Only Goad in Mild Casss zn Or iitct Dstming Postal Kivenne Reduced The Mount Diablo Vinevard Comstated at tho Post office Dcpart- bat since the passage of the anti panys winery aud distillery at Clayton Cab were seized by deputy internal law there has been a reduction in the revenues of thj New Orleans revenue collectors for illicit distilling i alout one third and in Th N brass i Itata Militia ronecqaence the clerical firce of 1vn of liuffalo Hill has ordered tho Nebras by nine ues ka State militia to prepare for service M Ufn reduced representing 5V30n in alaries on tn hours notice in case of an In Â¬ dian outbreak Pays an Cony jsi l orery Dr J VT Conway of Itlca Mis She Wll Bi tin Pirnsll Court of It at reportod at the claha in London that Mr3 OShoa has told a personal friend that she will be Mrs Parnell be- Â¬ at m the fore July next lee J Troops at Fort Dcuslsss Warned Wjram ngs U S ginntori All the troops at Fort Douglassexcept Francis F Warren of Cheyenne GovNew Orleans It is Â¬ Borlin physicians are agreed that Dr Kochs tuberculosis remedy provos effective only in the treatment of mild cases of the disoase Three patients treated by the Koch method aro re- Â¬ ported dead They were all in a critical condition before thoy received tho in- Â¬ jections Â¬ Â¬ -- Tennessees Croc al Vote Tho official voto of Tennessee is as follows all but two counties having re Â¬ ported officially Buchanan 114409 Baxter 74jJS Keller 1083 Duchan ans plurality over Itaxter 40211 ma- Â¬ jority over both 2JZ6 total vote 189 802 1 I Â¬ Easier Feeling at Mandan An easier feeling provails at Mandan N D and settlers aro returning to their homes A Sioux teamster Thursday re- Â¬ ported the Sioux waiting for supplies at Fort Yates aid thinks there will bo no immediate trouble Fastest Gunboat in tbe Kavy Tho new cruiser Concord develops a 3peod of 177 knots an hour proving bereeli the fastest gunboat in the navy Good Price Far a Hsrsa At the sab of Wm Scotts horses at Erie Pa Bolero was bought by Phillip Uwyer for 3i00 one company Tuesday received orders ernor of Wyoming was Tuesday eh to the F S oa the first ballot in to bold themselves ready to march to The the Legislature His colleague will lie tho scene of the Indian troubles ex Delegate Jame y also of boys have all packed up and are waiting for word to start eane -- - Injunction Against a Borcott Sacramento judjjo has issued an in t a boycott instituted by tho Typographical Fuion of that city A B Rsitcratlon of tin Alhsmbra a of the Alhambra is The progressing rapidly and few visible traces of the fire now remain Oklahoma Capital Etll Vetoed Trees similar to the big trees of the Yosemite have been found in the new State of Washington e Trees In Washington Baci for Kicb rined over the reap- Prof Cat lea Cap tal for ths Air Ship Company a patient reported Adv uras say that Gen pearar Twenty millions of capital has eral Sanchez w or capture ii rured This is the onlv instanco- tho Mt Carmel Aero tut committed suicide when nearly ho return of tho disease after a sup- - What i nautic Navigation Company captured by Bogrn6 forces posed cu A Se Selnerstff Assassinated Gneral r ex chief of tho Russian p tit tho wound of a poisoned bullet He was shot by a in his apartment in Paris General Governor Steele Tuesday returned to the Legislature without his signature sr approval the bill locating the capital This leaves the capital at Kingfisher It is believed this latest attempts at this session re to movo the capital from Guti 8agar Crop Short owing to drought tho yield of tho pn far crop in the Province of Porto Principe is only 60 per sent of that of last year It is stated that The following is the official vote by districts in the late Congressional elec- Â¬ tion as returned to the Secretary of State and a comparative statement of her hair getting caught in a shaft the total Democratic and Republican Attempts to ploco the scalp back vote shown in the last State election for and mako it grow were futilo clerk of the Court of Appeals and they tried a new method Tho 9 J j wound was so largo that it would re3 Districts quire a tremendous graft to save tho a ri child Tho little ones sister Emma twelve years old who knew what was First district a 723 0 7M 21 T7a 1053 J wanted offered to spare her skin for tho Third district 74r lilu ISM purpose The doctors decided thattocut Fourth district 11034 M tho float off and put it on would not do Fifth district Sixth district S8 6S0I tho only way being to make tie Seventh district1 7 HG 440 lu i Kiirhth district live on the one from whom it was taken 40 At Ninth ijarii 117 10015 They put both girls under tho influenco Tenth district 107 W district 114 M of chloroform and then cut a piece of Eleicnth district Ul 311 SWI flesh eight inches long and five inches Totals 118H2S 53109 tl69i lrSl wido from Emmas side and breast That kecipltclatioks am comparisons of totai is they cut all but ono side of it Tho voies august and november loose end was then stitched to the flesh Party Vote Nov Aur on Matildas head and tho two little Democratic HHGTi 161712 ones bound together so that they could Republican 63 109 10700 rs Alliance not pull apart Heroic little Emma will MM 4S40 lSsl be tied to her sister by those bandages Prohibition and others four days in which time tho doctors exToial vote of State 27357 19lsl3 pect the flesh to knit to Matildas This was Mr Henrys vote candidate of the head Late Thursday night both littlo Womans Right s party ones were conscious and Emma was ilroii S Gwyn a prominent farmer liv Â¬ evidently suffering much pain but sho said heroically that she did not caro ing near Troy nine miles from Ver- Â¬ if it only saved her sister It is tho sailles suicided by hanging himself to a first case on record where a graft of this rafter in his barn Despondency over sie has been made and the whole irod illC health tho cause M Hays of Lovelacovillo tried to ical fraternity is watching tho case with commit suicido to escape jail and save great interest his wife and children from the disgrace IIkkm an Hkt KfKTs oneof the wealth- Â¬ TAKEN BY SURPRISE Texas Train Robber Itun Against an iest and best known distillers in KenArmed Gssanl niul their Flans Frus- Â¬ tucky dropped dead from heart diseaso at Louisville Ho was president of both trated The cast bound Texas and Pacific tho Anderson and Nelson Distillery train which left El Paso Tex Monday companies At one timo ho was tho tftornoon was held up by four mon just owner of tho Denver Tribune Jonx Bahkek an aed inmate of tho n entering the station of Kent Tex One of the robbers named Smith con- Â¬ Western Lunatic Asylum nearllopkins fessed to the station aent at Kent and ville was out walnut hunting alone when crossing Little river ho was seiza number of guards wero placed on tho ed with a fit and falling into the river train Tho plan was that immediately after leaing Kent Smith was to go into was drowned He was missed but his the baggage car kill tho engineer and body had been in thowaterover twenty fireman if thej refused to do his bid four hours when found A bank has been organized at Guthrie ling and at the same timo his onfederates wore to attack tho an important railroad center near Hop if necessary igcrs and kill kinsvillo and will begin operations tho tho conductor However tho guards 1st of December It is chartered undor were ready for tho robbers At tho tho State law and will be known as tho first symptoms of disturbance they Peoples Bank It has 820000 capital I lire At Lexington and in all about forty shots tho Trotting-hor-- o were exchanged and as far as can be Breeders Association has decided to of- Â¬ learned ono of the guards and two of fer a Futurity stako of 925000 BEjTATOB BLAf Kin i is rapidly recov- Â¬ the robbere were wounded Upon seeing this resistance the robbers jumped ering from his injuries and takes oc- Â¬ from tho train which bad como to a casional walks during pleasant weather Wm SnoEMAMii standstill and escaped under coer of a prominent Todd darkness Smith is at Foyah now and County farmer residing near Sharon denies that his confederates aero ranch- Â¬ Grove was bird hunting accompanied ers in the Rio Grande valley Ho says by his son when a covey of partridges ho is in fear of his life and that ho suddenly flow up from tho ground be- Â¬ knows he will bo killed if his former hind thom Mr Shoemaker turned with his gun raised ready to fire when the confederates ever can get hold of him weapon was accidentally discharged its contents taking effect in his sons bead THEY TAKE THE PRIZE Two of th Clsswst Suincllors On Earth which was blown almost ontiroly off the brains scattered in every direction Operate in Kiltimorr Two clever swindlers have success- Â¬ and the boy fell instantly to the ground fully worked six of the largest notion dead Jas If Savkdhhs a well-to-d- o farm- Â¬ houses in Baltimore out of about 2500 er living near Lancaster was found dead They began operations several days ago and got away with the money beforo on tho Richmond pike He had come their trick was discovered One of tho after tho doctor to attend tho bedside of his sick wife and was on his way pair a slender fellow with a moustache and about 24 years of aire managed tho home when he dropped dead Tiik following fourth class postmas- Â¬ job lie would call at a large house and notify a meraheQof tho firm that he had ters were appointed for Kentucky a few R Duncan Drakesboro been sent by Hurst Purnell Co tose days ago nio gloves After making achoico Muhlonburg County vice W H Hunter he left Immediately after his confed- Â¬ resigned W iK Richardson Gittings erate a chunky fellow well dressed Cumberland County vico Jesso II Sit- Â¬ A Krieger Hikes would appear on the scene with an tings resigned order for from fifty to so venty five dozen Point Jefferson County vico J Vogt pairs of the gloves and directing the resigned J Holsclaw Nobob Barron County vico L G Holloway resigned firm to charge to Hurst Purnoll Cos account The goods wero always E A Collins Rock House Letcher delivered and the swindlers made a neat County vico S E Baker resigned J illis Siade Powell County vico G sum In one instarro they obtained in P this way fifty dozen pairs at So and sold W Fults resigned A Toin County young lady who de-Â¬ them to another firm which had been victimized on tho day provious but had clines to satisfy a burning public curi- Â¬ not discovered tho swindle at a reduc- Â¬ osity to know her name has published tion of S2 and got the cash too The a novel called Captain Phil and Yaller She uses the pseudonym of police are looking for tho pair but they Phil are probably operating in some other Terah Ewvn city by this timo Mis CiiAitiiTs GitEKN of this State is 2 years old and has been married six KOCHS CURE She was twice widowed before times 6he was 18 Th Frooess of the Lymphs Preparation The Kenton Can Company has begun Kxplained The Frank Courier of Berlin states work turning out oyster cinsby machinthat the lymph used by Prof Koch for ery with a capacity of 24000 a day at the cure of tuberculosis is prepared in an Covington incubating stove within a spaco that is PiiesidiXt Ehwiv of the Farmers Al hermetically sealed and sterilized and lianco of Kentucky rccives l200oyear thereby rendered free from fungus Tho salary Tun iron deposits of Caldwell County interior of tho air tight spaco is divided by an unglazed porcelain diaphragm in- Â¬ are attracting attention to an irppor and lower section A local electric light company is be- Â¬ In tho upper section is placed a salted meat ing organized at Danville broth in a gelatinous state containing State Sexatok Tiroa L Glexn of colonios of the tuborcule germ This Paducah has removed to Boise City mass gradually liquifies and the gela- - Idaho tine liquid drops slowly through the Diphtheria has increased at an alarm- Â¬ porcelain plate into the lower section ing rate in Newport and tho Highlands Tho liquid then contains all the secro- - Tho physicians report a great many tory products but is freo from all living cases some of which have proved fatal or dead germs or reproductive soroa The schools in tho Highlands will close and is the lymph as used down until tho epidomic has subsided AxoYiirii large distillery is to be add Â¬ Rer McGynu Recants ed to tho famous Anderson County nest Rev Dr McGlynn is soon to be rein Â¬ of corn mashers stated as a priest of the Church of Rome A School KIXDEKOAliTEX DO This is learned upon good ecclesiastical opened soon at Bowling Groon will authority Bishop Moore of Ausrus Paris has raised nearly all tho re- Â¬ tlno Fla has been working in Dr Mc- quired stock for an ice factory not rely Â¬ Glynns behalf constantly His efforts ing on tho predictions of a hard winter have at last been so far successful that publishing company Dr McGlynns case will soon be reopen Â¬ ed at Rome Whether ho repudiates with SOOOS re ital stock has been or n the George doctrines in so many words vanizcx Ax ilnt empany is nearly and openly or not his reinstatement in ow the Church will be equivalent to a re-Â¬ cantation of these doctrines inasmuch Failed for a Million Dollars as they have boon declared heretical by Co Tho failuro of P W Gallaudet the Church sinco McGlynns excommu- Â¬ No 2 Wall street New York has been nication announced In the Stock Exchange and tho firm ha3 made an assignment to C Still Practicing the Ghost Dance Gent ral Brooke and his command Elliot Minor Tho assignoo states that reached Pino Ridgo Agency Thursday tho liabilities of the firm amount to about asorarag Two troops of cavalry that 51000000 Tho failure is duo to the ac-Â¬ have been patroling tho north sldo of tion of several banks in calling in loans tho reservation all summer joined the to tho firm- command Friday The Pino Ridge In- Â¬ Italians Want Protection dians are greatly oxcited and continuo An Italian Catholic priest oditor of intheir dancinr General Brooke is an Italian newspaper in Now Orleans formed that bands of Indians aro en has issued a call on tho Italian Govern- Â¬ route from Rosebud Agency to join ment for tho placing of a in those at Pino Ridge There is no truth the Mississippi river for tho protection in the roport that sixty Sioux Indians of Italian residents of Now Orleans wero killed Wednesday in a fractional flght Hospital for Cousumptlyes W K Arkell of New York has agreod Up for Life Rub Smith Goes Rube Smith the train robber conyict to erect a hospital for consumptives if tho Koch treatment is shown to be a cd of mail robbery at Jackson Miss when he Burrows and Jackson held up success the train at Buckatunna was Tuesday sentenced by Judge Hill to imprison- Â¬ ment for life in the Columbus O peni- Â¬ Highest of all in Leavening Power tentiary Ho is serving a ton year sen- Â¬ tence in tho State penitentiary but Governor Stono will turn him over to the United States officers Â¬ 1 ATIENCE I hear his step He is coming up the stoop Now ho is fumbling around with the key hunting for A the keyhole nice state of in- Â¬ toxication he is in most prob-Â¬ ably I wish I had never been born but I will not op o n my mouth Not ono syllable shall he I will hear treat him with silent contempt Yes just as I 1 PERRINS GLOVES MILLER HAT n 1 LYONS UMBRELLAS h lli W B BRIGHT W S HUME I Â¬ He has laid himself down on expected the bed without even saying good evening Well I have never been insulted as badly as that in my life And what a smeH of tobacco miserable woman that I am Whats that You ask wha I am going on so about And I was onso fool enough to believe that you loved me You fooled me poor In- Â¬ nocent deluded creature that I was but you never deceived my dear good mother Sho always warned me against Â¬ B BRIGHT CO W SUCCESSORS lilJIOiHT 1 I I DZAUM IN FINE SHOES iHigh Grade Furnishing Goods k-- you Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ She sized you up at tho start She always said you were no good What You say you aro sorry that my mother did not have more influence over me That is a nice thing to say to your wife and the mother of your children but what do you care about my feelings as long as you can go to your club room and beer saloons with your chum and boon companion Piependeckel He is a nice man for a respectable married man to associate with squandering money on him as If you owned a bank and had no responsibilities whatever You say you only loaned him two dollars That makes it all tho- worse Ho whi is not saving in small things will be wasteful in larger affairs but I dont believe a word you say If you say two dollars it must have been twenty at least If it hadnt been for the littlo bit of money I got from my mother when 1 married you wo would all be in How I feel for the poar houso now tho poor children Tho money that you squander on Piependeckel would have bought them decent clothes but now they will bo hounded out of school and have the finger of scorn pointed at them by children whoso fathers do not lavish their money on Piependeckel Poor children I feel so sorry for them but it is not my fault that their father wastes his substance on vagabonds like PiepeiideckeL Yes I say it again Pie- Â¬ pendeckel w a vagabond and those who O associate with him are no better yes Pependeckel can get all the money he wants but your poor devoted wife - 204 WEST IVI nicJiinvxorsriD - - - KESNTUciiY -- IMroltTED MENS UNDERWEAR lvs imJt NECKWEARt j - FULLDRESSSWRTS v a v CCZ V v- - r -- 3r OLIVER PLOWS - 5r V a 4 I WILL GO TO MY MOTHER Â¬ Iht her worn out saoes while Piependeckel lines his stomach with tempting viands at my ex- Â¬ pense I will go to my mother What You advise me not to go until it stops raining as I might get my feet wet n my old shoes Well I like that That corresponds with what my mother told mo I had to expect from you You dont want when I married you me to get sick because then you would have to pay tho doctor tho money that goes to Piependeckel Just keep on flinging yourself around Just swear and go on You will not hear a word of reproach from me but you must not suppose 1 dont kni why you go to tho beer saloon Ive heard about th e bar maid I know every thing You say I must know a lot O yes you want to change the conversation You dont caro to talk about the bar- Â¬ maid You prefer to talk to her Whats You say you cant fire her out tha into tho street when you go to the sa- Â¬ loon Thats some more impudence but Ill have you know Charles Augustus that you cant bulldoze me bar Â¬ maid or no bar maid As tho poet Schiller wrote I am no slavo even If I do wear chains What Yotsay that Schiller also wrote that some women were hyenas So you compare me with a snake Whats that Pre all mixed You say that Im think- Â¬ ing of a hydra Worse and worse I suppose that young lady who brings you your beer at the saloon is no hydra Sho does not try to reform you by kind- Â¬ ness and gentlo words as I do She does not darn your stockings but then she is no hyena but dont you flatter yo trself I care for I dont Well I declare Just as I was going to got in a word edgeways ho begins to snore Well Ill wait until to morrow then he will have to hear what Ive got to say Now I am a hyena awhile ago I was his turtle dove Just wait until tomorrow Alkx E Sweet can go around with holes in 7 s35JE- S iF - - Y Goofe SHACKELFORD -- FOR JSI152 BY GENTRY House DEALERS IN ALL KINDS Or Hardware Tinware Mmm AND WAGON MAKERS FurnisMns BLACKSMITHS TOOLS AND MATERIAL Roofing and Guttering Richmond Ky March 19 1890 Workers in Sheet Metal of All Kinds 4 CmiftGESjP NEW BUGGIES NEW PHJETONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES HcJwErLsuo HAGAN marm KENTUCKY P0WR cor maix axd RICHMOND - The Only Coal Yard id Town Only a square from the Court noose You dont have to semi away out to tbe depot solicit a share of your trade Â¬ man-of-w- NEW SULKIES Answared Correctly They keep Uncle Jake I stick on to It Cunnel at deres nothln at hasnt a reason fer My vt hides are all new nnti of the DRUGS BOOKS it ef youll only steddy It out Fact Is very latest patterns They are f r aalt at nigh on to any question kin be an on the most reasonable terms If yon STATIONERY svered afo Its axed perwidln you set want a veuicie come aim see me ami you wont go home without one yV mind on to It PERFUMES 5- Colonel Ipton Unole Jacob Ill test JOHN DONELSON off Now why Is that boll that right SOAPS DYES r nging Uucle J after a moments deep Well sah ef my Intel taought El Faints Brushes locshules aint adrift on de ocean of on lot 40x120 SWISS COTTAGE 5 rooms tclief an seein as It are not dinnah tlme by a houah yit its cause some to 10 foot alley Orchard Street new QUEEN ANNE COTTAGE s rooms and every tiling ele in the Drugfool is a shakin of de handle of itlot 32x150 to 10 foot alley Hallie Irvine gist and Sundry line and Orange Streets ii Delivered - m Soft Coal and Anthracite Nnt and Lump Coal Now open at MyeiV old lumber yard Ssecond Pr sbyterian i hurch Quickest delivery iu town Lowest prices Try u- 20- T 7TELLS St 30 FOR SALE TWO FRAME DWELLINGS seperatc or as next to Is Â¬ - For Sale or Rent I desire to sell or rent privately tbe large two story new IT S Govt Report Aug 17 1809 6 rooms each Hillsdale Avenue lots all well finished 40x150 feet a elegant Smiths Syrup of Black Cohosh Â¬ Threb Elegant BUILDING LOTS Firth Street whole on Mrs President Palmer Mrs Poller Palmer was Thursday unanimously elected president of tho Board of Lady Managers of the Worlds Columbian Exposition Ths Comet Prof Charles N Thornborg of professor Â¬ engineering at tbe Vanderbilt University Tuesday night located tho comet which was first seen in Colombo Italy November 15 It Is the comet E of 1800 and will bo visible from the earth for several months and will prob Â¬ ably be visible to the naked eye before long As it is now the nebulsa are vis- Â¬ ible BfclfcSH AaSOUUTEl PURE on Walnut Street Poweils addition 50x160 feet each tsar For prices on any of the above inquire of MRS E W WIGGINS 48- THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS for coughs and colds a specialty Keep a bottle on hand for the situated on a good corner lot in Ellia winters use We wih also to re- ton Ky knoan as the Hog in proper Â¬ H H COLYER mind our patrons that our im- ty mense stock of Â¬ STORE HOUSE - HOLIDAY GOODS is now j NOTICE TO CREDITORS South Downs Tor Sals I have a lot of No Bucks for sale 61 - JOHN F WAGERS arriving from the eastern A haTing cUm8 G w markets and will be opened for Willi or ajfainst Stocktor are your inspection about December hereby notified to present same to roe Southdown 10th vSd iStyo or tbe tame will Come and see these ex- - fore December istfor payment on or be-ceedingly nice gods be barred J B WILLIS TruaaBa 38- - 2 THE CLIMAX The Climax Printing i have been slightly In favor of the Go- Â¬ Equal Right Chamber of commerce on Tuesday CONCERNING FARMERS pher In 88 and 8J the result was quite The annual meeting of the Equal Rights night The occasion was a festive one 1 do not believe that tho noticeable A few days ago an effort was made to despite the anxieties natural to the con Â¬ use of the new diggers and cutting har Â¬ Association of Kentucky will be held in FEEDING THK NATI - - Editor prevent the transmission of a Western dition of the money market during the FRENCH TIPTON rows is to be condemned unless they Richmond on the 3rd and 4th days of De- Â¬ Tune Marching Through Georgia cember at the Court House The people mer-Â¬ On the rich and wide expanse of Uncle Sams are used without a plow preceding them few days Representative per through the mails U eause it past 11BllSlIKl EVERY WEDNESDAY BY domain work of my own I of this community are most earnestly recontained a reference to a raffle at a chants I tankers and financiers of New fanners till the fertile soil and raise the In experimental have noticed that cereals gave most golden grain quested to attend the meetings of this as- Â¬ Hrper Ra r Co church fair on the ground that the publi- Â¬ Yofk momentarily forgot the cares in a htllside la the East as well as favorable results where tks surface soil home Giving the as well as And from the plain cation wats a violation of the lottery law feast which was one of reason was compacted Rut I interpreted the sociation of men and women which is orWestern Wm G Whhf Chas S Powell 11 grfiu u me r a- - ui Ihstin They are now feeding the nations recently passed hy Congress Yesterday the palate and the appetite results in this wise The soil had been ganized for the purpose of persuading men tration- - Esahion had simply com- Â¬ to extend to women an equal protection of well plowod a roller speakers supplements ar YEAR 150 Postmaater Hashing of Augusta Uato re guished to speak were there Chauncy Hurroh Hurrah i chorus Is the man pacted tho soil at tho surfco firming the laws with themselves in the enjoyment The fanner Reciprixity in of Depew fusetl to allow the Augusta Chroicle home dres nt Deny it If yoircan Hurrah Hurrah it about the seed and leaving a fairly of the privileges and immunities of citizenmodiste President Klliott of Harvard QTelnesiay - - November 26 1890 mailed to subscrilK rs liecause in an article Trade That In lifes great battle here he ever leads firm wall of soil about tho plant stem its arti tie attiv van the on the races of the Augusta Jockey Club to speak of Education la Its Relations posi Â¬ ship in obedience to the command of God to aid it in maintaining an erect dcr Its di For he Is feeding the nations to do unto others as they would like to William Curtis to George to Business it stated that jxxils are sold every night tion at maturity The soil five inches and thuuo sokt the famous New From the pine clad hills of Mafne to Calt- - below was not compacted and in this have others do unto them in all things peak of Commerce and Literature and its la rtai n place The Postmaster-Gen-eral- s shore fomias wit and hut attention was at once calleil to the and fVhuri to Bpoak of Commerce with From the lakes to Mexico one thousand the roots could easily spread In con- Â¬ whatsoever thing is inc clusion I fail to so how tho use of now Mrs James Bennett miles or more Foreign Nations Among the galaxy her IVnioxrati matter and he promptly telegraphed Post women Durii Honest f armors willingly the soil keep turning diggers anl cutting harrows Is to bo President of the Richmond Equal Rights tnall majority of 144 master Menning that the puhlication of of orators of national fame Mr Cleveoer condomne unles i tho breaking up Association If you intend buying anything mentioned below it will pay 22 z5 feeding the nations Still to be the result of horse race or jxxil wiling iu land appeared not to respond to any plow is to a entirely discarded CHORDS iTTwKNEY BrOXSTOK you to COME AND SEE STRENG Here is what he has to say not set toast beeaane it was adenaood that connection with bora races Tho Kansas Experiment Station has interi ohiinns Kuij iu the season fall and profits all been Hume are agents for first Burxam making some experiments In list- Â¬ route within the provisions of the tottery he came as a guest simply and would Though the crops one I an in Art and are blue r veuton apiinst the act and therefore dOM not rendera news not lx called apoa to Speak and because Try them meas- Â¬ class insurance companies Thousands on the earth below would not ing wheat A long parrow plat wer paper unmailable silica artlotiim 2uring a trlflo more than one half acre know what to do It would not that it of that understanding Mr Cleveland IVS4 of ftn arrp1 was liatod with whnat farmer willingly begins his work anew ought not to retprire anv message from said he came and ate and enjoyed him- But the be feeding the nations StUl to of tho Zimmprman varietv for eomnari- CHORUS Rut it Tobacco Market -- itelelliiKTUic Washington or anywhere else to make self immensely as a listener son with an adjoining plat of drilled Louisville Durrelt Louisville Tobacco essioaal delepition such a proposition ohvious to ilea the chanced that an allusion by New Yorks When the dark days approach and the light of wheat In his last annual report Direc- Â¬ By Ulover hope grows dim HARPER PERIODIC The lottery silver tongued orator Mr Depew to stupid of postmasters tor E M Shelton described the method Ware House ratio 10 to L sad a Dessa- stain near are making Mr Cleveland as the presidential candi- Â¬ And the merchants far and and results as follows Three small profits slim tod the coauag law was intended to suppress lotteries Irar market for the week bat Sales minlaturo listing closed on our to not neMsiiaiers hut many of the subor- date of the Deaaoeraay of lwc elicited The dependent millions then must put their double shovels 2222 lihds with receipts IIARPKRs BAZAR plows wero secured to the frame of a for the amountperiod of trust in him Sales same dinate oiiicials of the Postuilice lepart such an outburst and tenx st of enthusi 713 hhds HARPERS M Who is sttll feeding the nations Buckeye one horse drill in such a man- Â¬ on our market since January tst amount of ment appear to imagine that its design asm and applause that as soon he could HA RPEHS U Johs P iuixi CHORUS deep furrows to 13634 1 hids ner as to make six inch HARPER insets Alliance was to establish a censorship of the press make himself heard Mr Dapaw endeav Honest farmers do not fear tho work you have in advance of tho three discharge spouts And upwards worth fully 25 per cent more than asked The sales of the 1S9O crop on Our marklieme ami many of the and to lodge in their hands the power of ored to recover himself by naming with to do of the drill The Implement put tho et up to this tune amount to SS hhds the f I him hut be MM eleitel deciding whether such and such publicawordsjol appropriate eulogy Mr Blaine But while toiling here below Just keep this seed wheat In furrows eight to ten great bulk of which has been of inferior thought in view n the first tions are detrimental to public morality Inited N as the opposing candidate of the That there Is a bettor life when earthly cares inches deep and about fourteen inches quality but a few fairly good hogsheads i apart are through have offered and the highest price thus Alisurd applications of the law to cases it Republican party When the regular During tho growing season thero far realized has And you quit feeding the nations 1700 per 100 The w ill simple peaked had finished in reply to urgent make it was never Ohio Farmer was but littlo apparent diflerenco be- Â¬ new crop promises good body but will no Hx Jobs H Wilkok the only Pt-- odious and aimed at Whether this is and protracted ceils Mr Cleveland took ineffectual Col J W S Ridley of Maury county tween this listed wheat and that which doubt be lacking in color and will bt from Kentueky saaaa time so or not jxistiiKisters should Ik governed the floor and happily retorted apoa Mr Tenn sold to Gentiy Rros of Kentucky was drilled with tho exception of a dark as a rule vr hy lw t han 4000 majority Depew Be recalled that prior to MM a fine lot of mules The aggregate amount slightly darker green color of the for-Â¬ by common sense in their enforcement The following quotations fairly represl the district hy for three xeais back mer and that it attained the same de- Â¬ sent our market for hurley tobacco when he was Governor of New York at a was SJ 1000 of its provisions and should constantly a failing off of nearly will gree of maturity about three days later Trash Dark or damaged tobacco 2 00 xar in mind the fact that this is a free dinner in Albany at which he was presR M Pern- - delivered to Levi Weni express fires ol lUiean majority Tho previous to 350 than ent Mr IVjicw had done precisely the worth on Saturday 700 turkeys which he year the drilled wheat country with a free press and that the freight do Colory Trash 400 to 5oo it was noticed that a similarly tor 7 k pel Common Lugs not colory 3 30 to 5 00 lix08BKm in the Cmsti tyranical iiictlixls and narrow interpreta- same thing had suggested his nomina listed plat frrew much more vigorously bought at 7 cents per pound on foot Colory Lugs Soo to 14 00 as the Deaaocratic candidate fJtvraftown Timr Cloth Cases for ea oJ the tiovinmrV tions which might suit a Russian censor tion And upwards worth fully 25 per cent more than asked than drilled wheat and that it had a Common Leaf 700 to 000 lor Dinuinjj will bv se for decided tendency to lodge the presidency had also nam stated are not applicable to this country to 1600 Medium to Good Leaf Convention has The Constitutional paid on receipt ol to This year it showed no tendency sjxiken of and given a glowing descripf thf Attnie Good to Fine Fillers 16 00 to 2 500 created a Baraaa oi Agriculture Labor lodcre nor was the straw taller to any Remittal THE Al STKALIAN STKIKE tion of what the Republican should be Select Wrappery Tobacco 25 to 3300 lithy men beim convic Office Money Ordei In noticeable degree It was cut Juno 25 in statesmanship in reputation iu orato- and Statistics its comniis doner to 1M the Governor tion than An ex chance oi with the followlnjr result We have liecn so busy with our own ry Rut there said Mr Cleveland the elected by the people STOCK MAEKET EEPOET file that man LUt d Drill i Ojin by LIVE Â¬ affairs that the tremendous strike in Aus- parallel ceases On the present occasion bus Fmbrv of Silver Creek bought in By tiREENK KMliltY jut I t LMing lump 2983 651 LI P Stock Commission Merchunt i at Clnclil ss3 tralia against the employment of non- Mr Depew had named his candidate this county in the last few days about IHK Bushels per acrelbs II RPtS per acre i340 Straw 33a naii Union Pnk Yards and Covluglon per bushel lbs union men bv the shipping ocaapaaiai ress Stock Yiinli HAR Lt5 to Straw per struck bu lbs 58 u the former one it wis before the cattle ranging in prices from 63 63 Wgt Niw York has attracted but little notice Yet it in- Chicago convention in 18M Mr Depew 325 LmauU r ifdeocofe 0 niemlKTs It will be seen that whilo tho wheat ioM will Ik- a eaadv volved eoaaasaaaoss so serious that the had left the candidate of his party unos Haas has bought ab nit XJ500 tur- sown in the ordinary fashion falls a SHIPPING CATTLE il it is helieved Loveniment had to interjxise to maintain named probably said Mr Cleveland be keys during the past few weeks at from Uttlo below thirty bushols tho listed Cincinnati Ohio Nov 24th 1800 Mellxjurne was par- cause overwhelming 1891 despite the the peace Trade in nnxlesty prevented 6j to 7c per poend Twenty five hundred wheat yielded thirty five and one third Good to Extra 4 so9 4 15 Worth fully 15 per cent more than asked Hiring The in- - alyzed the colonial coasting trade him This sally of the ex President was were killed last week for the Eastern bushels to tho acre This is a gain of Fair to Good 4 2it 4 40 fivo and one half bushels in favor of tbe lhn YAm fectually stopped for a ceusiderable time received with unbounded laughter and market PsnwTfi lifim eti 2 503 3 23 Common and Rough Should further experience Good to Extra Oxen listing S3 25 3 50 will U- his BepabticM oppo- - and a bald attempt was made to check applause TT iT i U For once the great and only James PadetWOOd bought in Madison bear out this result it will bo a distinct Fair to Good Oxen 2 50 supplies from reaching Melbourne from Chauncev had the tables completely county ti mare mule colts at S7N and one step in advance in our method of culti- Â¬ Common and Rough 1 2 25 75 llWf the interior To help the general strike turned on him vating wheat It is a question if the brixxl mare for 140 He sold to lliggin II ITEJIBY 1TKM II tanas W BUTCHER CATTLE subscriptions money was contributed by listed plat would have dono equally Mr Cleveland showed that he could le bothain of Garrard a bach of fat aViJ Wyyw 1 well had this been a wet year with con- Â¬ the dockers who had won so striking a as ready and quick in repartee as New Good to Extra 3 508 3 75 cattle at 3 cents SsaeWd Jbarnof tion the victory in Loadoa and by a number of sequently a heavier growth of straw Fair to Good OfAllEials 3 2511 3 0 Yorks aveaaoat and favorite after dinner YOU The sale of registered Jersey cattle Wo might then expect it to lodge more Extra Fat Steers oo 3 2j trades unions although the sums sent to 3 or less with tho inevitable result of a Fair to Good Steers House the Australian strikers were far less in seaker and thus established one more from the herds of D A Giveae f Cyn 2 5o 27 light crop of grain claim to the admiration of the bright wits It would lodge Good to Extra Cows 2 54 ingle Cant be bought elsewhere under an advance of 25 per cent no inregale amount than they exacted and choice spirits of the dinner loving thiana and G P Simmons of Lexing more readily for tho reason that having Fair to Good Cows 2 2 oo duty or during the long and Tsistent struggle ton at Treacv iV WOeoas stable more space in which to spread a largo Common Cows 7 y Ladies SIisss speech making metropolis Thus Mr Mother the resulted in a total of 293 fora total portion of the straw starts out at tho Rough Cows and Oxen bot 25 needed Outside of the union Cleveland gains and makes friends upon that they r in a third the duty oa it of thirty one head base at an inclined angle and if heavy time was the general opinion that the strikBULLS every appearance The story is indi r twine The ers were in the wrong but the feud The Mason Telegraph says that any it will tho more easily break down Â¬ le told that when there was talk 2 5O Best Shipping When wo have an even stand of broadd oil lead sugar A act which tends to set off the Farmers t ween them and the emplovers 2 25 2 2o of holding a Democratic casted or drilled wheat the straw Beht Bologna artistic lu meeting in tan the unpopularity 1 hitter and uncompromising that no ap- a certain county and it was suggested Alliance as a sejiarate party will lie a grows almost perpendicularly upward Fair Bologna or descriptive at 2 00 I oO and Cnildrea3 and will contii- Wrong to the thousands of farmers and can thus bettor sustain its own Fair to Good Feeders peal lor arbitration was made nor would that then- were difiicultk in s the way of I 75111 2 00 It is too early to expatiate on Common and Thin who entered the order without thought weight it have beea listened to by either side securing a large attendance at the time of nn Who i ould It was one of tho benefits of this method of culture Cant be bought elsewhere under an advance of 25 per cent A a prejudicing their standing as DemoFEEDERS AND STOCKERS thaw determined tights togivethe poor which though lasting far weeks to the proposed Suppose we can get Mr crats or of weakening the Democratic but it seems reasonable to suppose that will as he Cleveland to attend it was jocosely it will be a success in Kansas in or- Â¬ Good Extra Steers 3 25 3 15 osary clothing ietriment of trade and commerce Baked wont your people turn out to party 3 10 3 oo dinary seasons on all but very low Fair to Good Steers Smh a proposal if could have no end but by and welcome vis 2 ooi 2 25 Good to Extra Heifers the complete hear him L M Quieenberry of the West End land Orange Judd Farmer I wouldnt have Mr e the price of nndcr- 2 00 Common and Thin Stockers 1 75 surrender of one of the parties to it To Y reports the sale to J sturgeon of Eye Openci An English writer has had his atten- Â¬ hread the people of Melbourne it was of such Cleveland come to our countv on any acHARPERS PERIOD mkj v mil COWS AND CALVES count was the reply our people just Rowletts Station Buna county the tion called to the loss of life this season dliats iihsorbing interest that they were finally tstroosen farm on which Mr QuiseBberry now lives caused by bots the larvae of the gdfly L et wild and shout themselves hoarse at IVr Year It V Best Grades llg 42 00845 00 One instance came under his notice c impelled to take art ill the psstracted the bare mention of his name already If consisting of 131 acres for 10000 equiva- where a fine young 25 00040 00 cart Fair to Good HARPERS WEEKLY struggle It becsase ia theis opinion a they were once to get to see and hear lent to cash Five thousand was paid gelding died from them It had been Common 10 00U20 00 wourii A HAM HARPERS MAGAZIN Dont forget to come and see me It will pay you paramount necessitv to bring the strike him they would never get over it 5 75115 6 00 Saturday and the balance on Jan 1st at work apparently In good health un- Â¬ Best Veal Calves HARPERS BAZAR s 50 Fair to Good 5 ob to a done aaua the coal miners joined when possession is given lasaaiBe Aess til the day before its death The cir- Â¬ HARPERS YOUNG PI Worth Urn i an cxpreasian 2 S Common and Heavy o2 3 THE WKAUINlihr BEAKliS the strikers and left the city almost bare rut cumstances of its death were that the a ho do not know its Post horse keeper found it in the yard first of fuel and the gas stokers joined them HOGS 1 crowd A fairly grx attended Mrs K thing in the morning apparently suffer- Â¬ United States C and there are few srfso Edward Leigh writing to the Pada for several B Jones sale Tuesday aad good prices king A dam - a small leaving the city in darkness 3 85rtr 3 00 ing slightly from Its water so he at Select Butchers cah Standard from Frankfort has the folnight- - and in danger of Wing plundered were realised The household and kitcli once fetched a drlnlf but on leading it Fair to Good Packers 3 boui 3 7 The Volume in the coun- iirrent lowing reflections uixni the wearing of almost with impunity by the crowd oi 3 40 it 3 6a with the tir- ea furniture and farming utensils brought to the stable it fell dead Examination Good to Extra Lights ital to - 5 3 55 ear When no loafers and thieves whose predatory in- lx ards showed that it contained about a pint Light Pigs satisfactory prices horses S7o to SI7 a rupee or ah mf one 1 have often wondered what caused the scriptiotis stincts are aaarpeaad whenever such op of bots and that they had eaten through brood mares 90 to 200 yearling steer SPRING LAMBS money The phraa ir rent at the time the walls of the stomach thus allowing Then it was change in fashion whereby ft nan inns of si unities are presented fat heifers U cents i slinien IMirt saoaal Bound V Harper r 6o j some gallons of water to escape which Extra height of later years allowed beards to grow on aB Melbourne rose to the r324 milk cows 30 to ISO for thr corn drowned the heart Tho bladder and heir sense of an that faces The pioneers who distinthe occasion Such non union working their in field Sl hay per ordinary sized all other organs wero healthy Another rthleaBMSB men as the shipping companies were ahle guished themselves sufficiently to hand stack 15 Sumon Jwini tree of cipcSSC Instance happened within two miles of in and down their pictures to succeeding generdoes not to aaaaffje were protected by trixr the former case when a valuable mare n ladly misconstrued A Winchester court J A Ramsey aucfor 7 oo per volume ations almost without exception had IS OUR- from tire athletic assxiations suddenly fell down and died Again me by niist people kO volunteers r each cleanly shaven faces and flowing locks tioneer reports 000 cattle on the market examination showed the same results for bin mean an orthographical profanation or the clulis the universities and the clerks Abraham Lincoln was the first President The following public sides were made About a pint of bots were found in the of mercantile houses offered their services on receipt ot t so l gaily a thing leaders weight 1200 pounds paunch a hole through which a couple who wore a beard and I behave Got Re he worth the waste of not oniy as militiamen but its substitutes Powell was the first Executive of 135 2 good feeders weight 1150 of fingers could be placed had been Ken for the striking labirers It was this OSes Money Order or Draft to lining it This kow- 27 plain feeders weight eaten through and about two pailfuls pounds 07 chance general uprising of the citizens that broke tacky to be so marked The busts of Clay of water had escaped causing death as 1100 poaa lreiv the wrong meaning of 27 light feeders before the back of the strike and forced the men and Jackson and the oil portrait of Isaac weighA better feeling pre It is no new thing that bots should engaged in it to abandon their demands Shelby which beam down upon me Hakpkr i Bkothi w rite show clearly the lineaments of the vailed and all offerings sold fully 25 cents eat through the walls of the stomach and resume their several occupations MIX Eh Address per cwt better than last court Luge but as unless death actually occurs HARPER ft BROTH face without the mark of baud Of the The jsjint gained in this particular in New York the horses seem to suffer very little in many faces preserved of men famous in crowd in town i he concession that any man imond Climax doai The Bac-health they are not looked upon In a The Laurel County Fair association Kentucky history in the earlier books in very serious light Frequently losses re prslucing several of who is willing to work was not to be preoH the honor Â¬ portnaa m different parts of the capital have purchased new groundsfor their fu- do occur however but as examinations 1891 aragrapbs in last issue but heated by anv combination against him or graven on the tombstones in the ceme- ture exhibitions on the road leading from are not always mado they are not al- Â¬ was in crediting two of PKESIUENT CLEVELAND AS AX AF ideal tery of Pxxmc Clark Shelbv Kenton London to Pittsburg immediately on the ways detected and they are not looked HARPERS YOUNG PEOPLE them to a neighboring contemporary ILK DINNER SPEAKER and Stewart the explorers of Humphrey railroad snoot one mile from the London upon In the serious light they perhaps Both the method and results not like to g t our friends in AN ILLISTKATLU WIIKL1 R M Jackson inform us that should be and small means are taken Syrup of Figs is taken it is pletwai Marshall and Rutler the historians of depot to prevent their spreading Wbon the trouble Oaa of these paragraphs has When General Hancock wasthecan Prentice and Penn and Rradford the edi- the contract for the grading of the animals aro infested with them it is aud refreshing to the taste and cc Btroveray and it may In- dinate of the Democratic party for the tors all alike show the absence of that grounds and the trotting track has been very bard to make them move as it is gently yet promptly on the Kidneyi The Twelfth Volume of Harpers ite journal tliat is credited with it tency the anti Cleveland organ in hirsute adornment w Inch is the pride of let and everything will be finished in difficult to get at them as their heads Liver and Bowels clcrnscs the sys Yoi v P Kortr beg will out for an explanation New York damned him with faint the men of the h sad are enveloped in the lining of tho stom- Â¬ tem effectually dispels ccM gjTJTJTXirLiT rtruTJTJXrUTJXnrUTJlJT present day through cood st le for the exhibition next fall would Is a little awkward for ail praise by referring to him as a gixxl man weekly in the world ach and tho bodies are so hard that acbes and fevers and cures habitus which the wind is popahttty auppuuiJ to lasaasaai JBoto LaneaaVr Accord concerned sents a rich anJ medicine has little effect on them and constipation weighing alxmt IfSO pounds The same continuously blow in is ti Syrup of Figs mournful cadence In fiction there will be C The street were in a miserable contli though physic is occasionally given it The e itr of the Kccord should not paper and that class of politicians gen- Kven ouly remedy of its kind ever pi John C Rrcekinridge whose luxu- tiou on Monday and several Story of the Plains bv Kikk Mi s vr ailt his jiaer to loik so strikingly erally who affect to admire what a live times the is doubtful whether much good is done duced pleasing to the taste and a Men of Iron a ron rious moustache other paper and then we Democrat should e are in the habit of distinguishable makes his picture easily crowds were driven jadoori by the rains Fresh green food such as ryo and tares eeptabls to the stomach prompt i ie Pvi among a thousand ap In spite of 1 the bad weather it was an av- Â¬ Is popularly supposed to hasten their its action and truly beaefiew 11 i g itten them confusetl Flvinaj Hill Kami bv S eisparaging Mr Cleveland bv references expulsion but it is difficult to proven iu earl ierpiet urea devoid of this ixurs The Moon Prince bv KK Minimi erage Court day in point of attendance ther paper lning called out effects prepared only from the r10 to his avoinlupjis and suggestions that adornment that it actually does It WANTS THE 5 trick and Yeilowtop sad stock sales ansae About 190 cattle ater entirely with the nihil his mental faculties while undeniably While tho Idea prevails the writer healthy and agreeable subrtaiiecE i I rememiier to have asked my father Bronson Kiac In addition were offered and generally sold The says that they aro harmless very many excellent qualities corataetid i doesnt seem to concern solid lack the quickness ami vivacity serials there will be stories in when I was A child what caused the endeavor will bo mado to check to all and have lurcle it the mo annexed repirts from auctioneers will little or the Record parts bv TitiNi which should characterize the funny man change of fashion and he replied that t show the condition of the live MAR HjORTll BoVESaa EtUVlN Lil stixk mar- them but means might certainly bo popular remedy known of a political circus Apart from the was VHEKE AKE THK TIN PLATE FACTO Â¬ taken to do so with advantage Tho in his younger days the mark of a ket TER BY N NEK H KRIKT PSES Nat S iftutt sold 15 yearli Syrup of Figs is for sale iu 5 are most gambler to wear fact that the American aaaall fly deposits the eggs on tho lips arms kiird Mary E Wiuuas Nor Peers RIES beard but this answer from 1000 to 1110 pounds tlrtu weight at from knees and body of tho horse and thoy aud vi bottles by all lctnii and other likely to prefer solidity and qualities of did not satisfy me nor have I She 171 ever been Any reliable druggist wh to S31- and best yearlings atiOo per are licked off by the animal and find gists science hUtorv travel adventure the solid kind in their Chief Magistrate ahle to get what I deemed a Now that the election is over we hear sufficient cwt Mule and horse trade dull and but their way to the stomach where thoy may Dot have it on hand will and sports with hundreds of the tin plate factory that was there is abundant evidence to show that reason Gov Knott told me a few days little done in that line Dennett Rranham are hatched of the highest character will render II s- Â¬ it promptly tut any one wh Mr Cleveland is not lacking in any of ago that the wearing of upers YoiM Pao PC I tor 1891 um so industriously Hipping up here and a lieard first be sold to 14 cattle of 800 pounds weight yellow eggs are very easy wishes to try it Do not accept sj at to The littlo and which go to make came prevalent as a miscellany of tl dl over the eaaacrf a few w eks the accomplishments if a thin solution of substitute detect in Kentucky just after 246 per cwt 14 weighing boys and girls 1000 pounds paraffin or other obnoxious dressing of a public M ad of diffusing innumerable up the necessary equipment the Mexican war The youiur Kentuck CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO Bt2Je l7at2J0 IS of 1200 pounds were applied to the coat of tho horse in man The ability to make a gixi speech ians who went Waaangs everywhere it is now nowhere out to serve S1N FRAtCtSCO CA 4 The best weekly publication is one ol them the autumn in all probability the fly It so happens that with- in that brief but eventful their country weight at S2i 10 yearlings at 272 LOUISVILLE AT ly can afford to o into the tin plate NEW Y0PK I f war deserting 17 long yearling- It nee or tho horses 10 calves at would bo kept away in the past fortnight Mr Cleveland has making business with the new duty of the customs of their fathers came back S2S3 and 2 calves at j2U 10 at scrupulous care and atter would not lick themselves on the parts made two speeches essentially different with tion and entertainment aremin antea pig tin That was haardi aa their faces made more and 20 at 2X6 per cwt Fat hogs mentioned Tho fly should bo killed 350 character and Itoth remarkably gaod luxuriant by well understood baiomtaaeanaaaa whenever an opportunity occurs and The in the ears growth in the a few sales reported at 375 leorgetwm of shaking well and happily in June and July when the bots are of new factories was circulated The faculty land of the Montezumas Being the flow same time to develop Time is a still rarer gift and for the most part voided any that are seen should be de-Â¬ if paaaada to counteract er of the State it ens little wonder that er the Obiet irr X oniy by a few of natures 1 Jos Haas has boagka aliout 3500 tur- stroyed therefcre a lookout should be rCiuley tariff on tin plate possessed dama the younger men should begin to ape dinrtjTjiriJTjiririjUUijTnji kept with that view Mr Cleveland has choicer spirits their youthful cavaliers until there grew keys during the past few weeks at tU to 7 TE11MS ie protectionist lownto Postage Prepaid rtrlsar As they are so hard to move when demonstrated tliat he possesses this rare up a cents jer pound F W Handman with- Â¬ once thoy are fixed In the stomach and It is not cause but it was ineffectual race of Warded men Vol XII begins Xoz ember 4 improbable that this odious feature of the gift also Whether there lx- other reasons for this drew the 101 acres of land advertised by as they make perforations through the ant of the speeches to which we refer I of Har Â¬ Volumes VIII X and am not prepared to say and if then are him at 8475 Ha gave 90 three years walls the only means of avoiding the law will Ik- lapaaled within the next two is that which Mr Cleveland made at the pers YoLXt HeDo Tom Glsd to sec yon old Mow I ago J M fnieanbtrii sold his farm of evil seems to be to feed tho animals so yeora Fvcrx body is now sick of it ex- any of the Standards readers consumed Sit r incc we t by mail lid wi that their stomachs are not unduly dis- Â¬ fta lmot ten years experiencewrre marriedIlowt Thurman liammet at Columbus No re- with a desire to Iiwn Ijts have an meeting W Pittsburg men that had it in- find out more on this 131 acres in the West End for SvOOO cash tended for if they aro they are much re out of 3 50 each The other the wife t cent utterances of any public man have George Givens bought Monday of Mr d Oh I shes f o ao name as nmal always want subject they may look for it like I did of print taoro likely to rupture Food which is gone s straight to the jKpular heart and iny cimMtiii7 I cant afford Rupel 5 cotton mules at 00 Wyatt liable to ferment on the stomach should all intelligence as the remarks of Mr CleveMil NG MEN COMIMJ Tu THE FRONT It is in the Yalley of Tennessee a Hughes sold to Mock Ronta one hun- thorefore bo avoided and nothing is got Well weyou want something more than areve y Dont Specimen Cofy sent on receif Yea but I guess want will be my mat I land on that occasion It was no remark name synonomous with the rich plant- dred barrls of corn at 22o in the field moro likely to do this than stale or cent ttm started to keep down expenses and now LI aays of Mr Nathan Mat- ratorical effort it was the simple ers before the war TlR nominai Im mean1 and shes tired of saving and snu that the greatest John Tewmey fc Son bought a car load of moldy corn especially If It is in the Single Simbers Five Cents each to show for It I naw your if alTthine ISoston by the apeal of an earnest thoughtful man to developments in the new South an ap- sugar mules at Rowling Green this week form of meal fresh off the stones Ike down street aud she looked as happy as a qui tu Remittances should be made by Moldy hay and freshly cut tough straw I think she la and we are economical 00 ther prxif that the the plain paapls of the land It is safe to parent Dayton a city of 6000 surOffice Money Order or Draft to avoid dipt R D Logan bought last chaff should al3o not bo used have to be My wife on make a little so further than anyone 1 ever knew yet shes slwayi swr sing to the front in say that it reached almost every home rounded by an inexhaustihle supply oj week in Washington county tvt feeders chance of loss prising me with some dainty contrivann thai Mr Matthew sis Chairman of stead and fireside in the land and that coal iron and timlK r is the Gem Citv averaging 1370 jiounds at Ne aspafers are not to cofy tiis ader hdiN to the comfort and beautv of our little Knee The U0 100 HEWAKD 100 and shes always merry as a lark When I ask tisement without the express order of J the Massa- - it found a sympathetic resjxmse in nearly of the Valley and often unparalleled cattle market was considerably off Mon Itow she manages It she always laughs anil sava Harper 13k Oh Units my secret But 1 think Iv Hi iiocratic fState Committee every American heart Nothing could opportunities to Northerd men money day from last court prices ranging from 2 coyered her secret When we married wi both Address HARPER BROTHERS and during the past year he has In en have been more dignified and effective and brains Two furnaces are now in to 3 cents and the rain mterferrcd with kuvw we should have to be very careful but she The readers of the Climax will New York made one condition she would have her M2iziro qsaaf the Ktate cam- - than his rebuke of the shallow flippancies full blast and behind in orders Among street sales One lot of Kansas mule colts be pleased to learn that there i at And she was right I wouldnt do withoirtlt mr clf for double the subscription price Wn re ii rn in Boston in 1VI of President Harrison McKinley Lodge the other industries now in nail itlmi sold at S40 per head Native mules and least one dreaded disease that science It together from the title page to the last Tord that cheapness means mistiness was graduated from Harvard College with are two flour lnilis pump works planing the stories keep our hearts young the sy sold readily at 75 to 150 Ikm has been able to cure anl in all its stages of important events and scientific matters - in that cheap coats make cheap men and mill and brick works with cast iron pijK i Me Aditfdt and that is Catarrh Halls Cata rh me posted 90 that I can talk understands jly of liat is going on my wife is always trying some a special studv of politi- women and that frugality and simpliciLeipsic making works a stove foundry and a huge rollCure is the only positive cure flow known aha rciT idea from the household department Prof G a Plumb of Lafayette Ind makes all Ucr dresses and those for the children cal economy and jurisprudence Hespent ty are not virtues to be cultivated but ing mill under way A strong northern says I Catarrh being ami she gets all her patterns for nothing w th the consider a plow of first im- Â¬ to the medical fraternity undersigned have formed a partner Nothing could have syndicate has been formed to promote portance on 1 be despised two and one half years at the Harvard Magazine and we caved Joe when he was 10 s ck the farm of greater Im- Â¬ a constitutional disease requires a con- Â¬ Kith THE to sell all kinds of Coal and Lumthe cronp by doing just as directed in th ffrfcpqjj and was admitted to the been finer or more timely than his ap- Â¬ the interests of Dayton and under their portance than barrow or cultivator Law stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh sunltnnan Department But I cant tell you half rber at the lowest market price and re-- -t What wonderful Magazine is it r ar ia 1880 He is a trustee for a peal to the memories and influences of auspices a grand public auction sale of Further I fail to see how one of these Cure is taken internally acting directly a liberal patronage from lk moreets Family Magazine and tools can take the place of another great many estates and while himself a innumerable humble American homes lots will occur at Dayton Dec 3 4 and 5 What Why thats what Lil wanted upon the blood and mucous surfaces of bad the public The vards are located on snd I told her it was an extravagance man of moderate moans as trustee or and to the lessons of thrift and frugality To accommodate those desiring to at- Â¬ If tho plow has not been used in the the system thereby destroying foundaUS A CALLASDWE WILL GIVE YOD A BEX Orchard Street Thrd Street Well my friend thats where yon made a ICIVE same year within a rcasonablo period warehouse upon the agent for various estates is one of the learned in them Mr Clevelands after tend the sale the Cincinnati Hamilton 1 grind mistake and one yond better rer if y r do not believe a harrow will do to pre- Â¬ tion of the disease and giving thj patient o m ai yon can n of the new ra roau to mis Ill take your sub righ here largest taxpayers of the city He was one dinner 8eech at Columbus was full of Dayton R R will sell excursion tick- Â¬ pare the ground for tho growing of farm strength by building up the constitution - iccouct shes bound to have N T place our tin wedding next of the original members of the Young matter pregnant with instruction even ets at one fare for the round trip from crops We have used a harrow here for and assisting M M HARBER ntture in doing its work was the premirm 1 got Mens Democratic Club of Massachusetts way befitting the occasion and the ail jioiuts on the line on Dec 2 and 3 a number of years known as tho The proprietors haye so much faith in its upacl Heros a copv with th n thebk rrestthi and was for two years one of the Execu- - speaker and should be read hy every For rates and further information call on Gopher This has cutting flange like curative powers that they offer One blades For soveral years this has been tive Committee In 1888 he was Chair- - man and woman in the land I Agent or E or address any C II compared with the Albion and the com- Â¬ hundred Dollars for any case that it fails man of the Doraaiant Coaunitte and had Fqually good in its way although of O McCormick General Passenger mon corn plow in cultlvatiig corn 1 The to cure Send for list of testimonials oJ and s irprise charge of getting out and practically an entirely different character was his Agent Cincinnati Send for a hand- Gopher blades are flat anc scrape and sst willsai Address I have 100 mule colts for sale at reason Â¬ tS wrote much of the tariff distributed in speech at the one hundred and twenty some album of Dayton Ample aecoxn- - cut somewhat like the hatd hoe For The Only One Price Gash Clothiers F J Cheney Co Toledo O Demorr e Eart Hth able pr j three yearsln cultivating that campaign econd annual dinner of the New York modations at the hotels lor all r a specloiso copy con ainis 3- the results Sold by Druggiats 21 24 H H COLYER ARE THEY MAKING THE LAW ODIOUS ATTRACTION S Harpers i - Ba2ai I Â¬ -- Â¬ ItfTEEESTING TO EVERYBODY Streng Makes 8 It So -- Â¬ 1 s Â¬ 33-3- Â¬ 500 600 J OVERCOATS AT Â¬ 900 1t 1000 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f 8 500 i of CLOTHING AT JSxxits Â¬ 600 700 800 900 1000 Â¬ -- Â¬ too 8150 LiO Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ BOOTS AT Mens cb B07 s i Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ 300 350 Â¬ f At Prices HARPERS WEEKLY aTKATED IliM Wnm that will Astonish 2- 1 1 f 6 Â¬ Cloaks al ni Â¬ - 1000 Â¬ f Flannels Â¬ Shawls four-year-o- ld Jeanse I Â¬ H J id STRENG Â¬ Â¬ J THE BEST for Your Trade 1 Â¬ Â¬ OIVIS ENJOYC i Â¬ Fall and Winter purchase was made with a view of offering the best qualities at lowest figures Our prices may startle but they will not vex the careful buyer ci 3 Â¬ Â¬ VrTTHi WHOLE IVOfiLDJ a S3 a Â¬ 1 IH HI 0 0 Ibbst m 01 Hi 0 I u 0 0 0 3 i Â¬ en Tj Â¬ 0 fcvi 0K M fZ f PI Â¬ o C3 r Â¬ - IF SO COME AND SEE OUR NEW STOCK OF - Â¬ Â¬ Mens and Boys Clothing Boots and Shoes Hals Gents Furnishing Goods Etc Etc Â¬ Â¬ t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I TIEIIIEIISSQITIEIT9FTIESESII So Great in Assortment Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ So Pleasing in Style So Honest in Quality So CHEAP in Price ItICIIIC coil m m o co Â¬ Â¬ 1 VORIES SCHOOLFIELD C0 mu 17- mi m sale Â¬ B 75c ae Freouoia List rfcrngTi i ij SUPPLEMENT tjj ljl VOLUME ATTORNEYS r- H IV RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 26 1890 I r- ff -- I1 ci- CjJrv rsSTV JH silently went away leaving them alone to Mother Crano and hor son They looked their last on it when the morning after that sorrowful night catno They turned their tear stained faces toward the far West of the Pacific slope and be- gan lifo anew lamenting the mistakes of tho past and atoning for it by the good and true lives they led in tho future th mother with no grievous sins of hor own to atone for helping her son to make atonement for his own Zenas Dune in Drakes Magazine Camp Freedom is only a memory now I CENTRAL Wednesday Lending lo B rja altfrWgrrfei rgt r M yy X L jw L 1 I nfep Sy1 g A1LM lik i 1 1 1 ivygg- - P NUMBER 24 - Or to s- - W 1UKNAM A TTORXEJS A TLA W Kentucky Richmond F ft E T - FARLEY One of ho oldest - SJ 51 lay across the fields was only about a half a mile distant Five years later almost to a day as old Pap Kaper himself declared and about the same time in the day ho and some of tho neighborho xi buys were sitting on tho back porch talking and waiting for the train Finally it camo thundering in stopped at the station for an instant and was off again almost before the little knot of loungers on the platform had had time to seo whether oir U BSSWNBra ISuiliiiiip Flnt 3- ALTS J AXLL1VAN ORXET-AT-LA- THE HAPPY GLEANERa houses in of l 1M1T KY RAMSEY fIFE RICHMOND A 4 oo 4 oo 4 oo oo Sjchosi c i Kentucky mini Kentucky WBOUGHT smiths THANKSGIVING SONG Published through The American Press Association Music by nf Con spirito R NEXT SESSION OP Wiih to inform Um puliic that T Ramse v - no longer con Neeted with the MKoawp Corner I r seliinc his interest to W D Oldham but ii now mail keeps ROM a variety for Sept 10 1890 juifi- tinier s formerly oc- - - black II WELL BT-AT-LA- W WHEELS ATTORN SPOKES supplies for Kentucky HI Ms ud other GRAHAM HARyEY iim -- CHAtfP HEATON Tho Story of Hie Western Trip in TEH52 COLLEGES Foortecra Bc partaasrits ef Staiy Casssical Scientific I THE PALACE Ik Dry Goodi Store No First Street in with okl corner at the red P ami wants his old frien ladies and gentlemen and the public generally to call and Letters Courses A A M wagon makers I Best makes of Fine y fcu m- - Search of Wealth on B S and r ot bURGKRY FARMING IMPLEMENTS lot of HAMP m J A WILKES SMITH Jiws tad AMMUNITION SURGEON ding r by KllHMIV K the vol-- r J RJCMMi XV m Offlee - Headquarters for FIELD SEEDS LINE of HARDWARE and best brands ofSTAPLE GROCERIES SALT LEME and CEMENT ffflTVome o ftHH r1 t3 Ti rff g r--- ---i Tf7l in i tut I ho far- - mr F 4 reaps his gram But still a pit - tancc God has sent Tho - E iRf I j i p 1- p - iP p Who - build pompous in bearing loud in voice and largo of IIEAT v Degre tive l L A fa - Also on men ieaced Dartment r- mtn Attendance i r- unim Territotie - v 3 Still round the rear well p3 we may flnd FWo bear in mind How much to Him we owe dressed in in eer pro vide that Uble Pott- - KENTUCKY MUMS Ll I t j ost void National tlje house where and grandfathers Von -- -fit t 4 iEI which wero a I a hickory shirt tho sleeves of self ass ertive manner ffJmm us IM New Gymnasium More than 100000 added to the enuwinent last year - to Expenses moderate if0 for tuition board washing and servants him tie can sell attention rolled up above brown overalls no shoes on his feet and a battered old straw hat 01 his head sat on a nail keg on the back porch of Pap Uapers store at MiddletoVs Station It was the aft-Â¬ ernoon of a hot July day and as the back porch of tho store was used as a landing patform for passengers and freight by tie railroad company and as it was also located l the north end of the store it was a favorite resort for the country side loafers who when they could get a half a day off from their farm work InHnir tho in utjjiu Dear son delighted to congregate there to wnuue tocnat oyer neighborhood af fairs and to watch for the passenerer train from the east which came in at six oclock But on this particular oc- Â¬ casion Champ was alone for a wonder there were no other idlers about Pap Raper himself was inside tho store exchanging dry goods and groceries for a lot of butter and eggs which a small boy and gir had brought in from a neighboring farm Champ sat on tho nail keg and whittled industriously While doing this he was also meditating and that very deeply Occasionally ho would pause in his emplo ment and would gazo Intently up tho track whoso rails glis-Â¬ tened in the bright sunlight and above which the rays of heat shimmered and danced in a manner that was both daz- Â¬ zling and painful to the eyes Onthoothtr side of the track and opposite to the store stood the blacksmiths shop through the open door of this and from when ho sat Champ could see the blazing fire on tho black- Â¬ smiths forge- - could see tho shower of sparks as thoy flow like stars from his hammer and the iron he was welding and although ho did not realize it per- Â¬ haps could hear the musical clatter of a mowing machine that was running in a meadow not a dozen rods from the store A quail flow up on the fence down the track and began to whistle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PREPARATORY DEPARTMENT his elbows your fathers i f ilnrriirr i l CllJiY of RS W BURGIN Kentucky Iry hmin store on occupied b Dr Kis- 4- DENTIST bought their goods half a century r t der fioll ro v to o main iir tuii Cr 7 - - -- I 5 rriMiii j Thn-Han-c-te i -i- r-r-yo -- n i -- J I r u yi fe Then -- J g -nizi 0-- wo will - J CREED D KIRKSVtLLE KENTUCKT W 1 W S1 a L PAELEY to John Farley W 0 l9 are warrnnicd ind pair I Pttm nlnmtM d on botium r it t 1 -- trztr - szrMzzz - L z we will g0 - P- - -- d J ing f ii t v - iVrAo I tjikhes sevkkal of em bout nFIK anybody had got off or not A large and dignified looking gentleman well he asked Ho was told that Can any of you ProfR L Pi iiivm M A Principal and two a- divided atten tion to the thorough instruction and discipline ot pup I he new m contains a larce Â¬ go Each reap as we shall sow - - F q 3 Then we will go Tnen glean we will go Each Klniiell rentiittoe EverjtliiiiK feHzESl-feE--E-- F k 7- --h r - I to u- nt lliVslrJANs J I CADTIOV JM rui ind led st We IOYNTZ fAN A AD SURGEON Kemickv - yailltunr tl fhi nm i -- ri Scmpreff t Ergzfc N 3uur fi flul MR- it VV I Vhiic Drim ur ed vi sor 4- - 0n Vnn Ww Msttrlr i n k I 9V wit -- lUh0 t grateful feels To Him who deals Supplies to high anl low Then 7 a i - 9- - f wo will we will go Then EYAXS M IK SURGEON KrMUKV vnr K i V AND H75 c5 -- ffq -- i H 9 to high and low Then wo will go we will go The grateful be To Him who dak SuPPi i iÂ¬ we will direct me to tho Hea ton farm Wall said Pap Raper which Hea tou farm do you mean theres several of em bout here I think said the straneer that the man I want to seo is known as Uncle Billy neaton Wall volunteered the old store- Â¬ keeper he lives only bout half er mile from here if you go Croat the fields if you go round the road its a little moren a mile I guess I think I can find the way said the stranger and he at once started off in the direction which had been pointed out to him In a day or two it was the topic of iho conversation of tho neighborhood that Champ Ileaton had come back and that he had brought with him dead loads of money however found Champ plowln for wheat as usual on his father farm He had stayed longenough in the Black Hills to make a stake that is enough to buy a new suit of clothes and a first class passage home To day if you were to drop off at Mid dlotons you more than likely would find him sitting on a nul keg on the lit- Â¬ tle platform at the back of old Pap Ra pers store Ed R Pritchard in Ar kansaw Traveler MACHINE A it was ply to gymnasium and go through daily drills under the direction ot a Professor Oratorical drill throughout the vear For further particulars or catalogue ap L H S JJS cheaper than I them before We h cured the services ot Mr ireen as salesman and M Ilazelwood and Mr salesladies and genera protection and children Now is the time to btiy ra low to mark them u in place of down on hand and a splendid st d BLANTON Cltawcd FnipuillaBBtktayi I idies am 1 A D RUFI Clothing Trunks in thing kept in re We call tion to our - V BOYS CLOTHING at 125 torn Made Alterfoi i id other enstom- loi made best brands nf Sin all very cheap A splendid - lia That fall c Y f J TAYLOR Practitioner in r - r JCTCCKY MedLine and Surgery line of all kin Siiirler and Under Iron to S the best ami 10 cent Hai kerchiefs and Uosiery in ll Ladies1 - I iver li kf fir mi Mi I IOUN M FOSTER SURGEON I W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE GENTLEMEN Flur cxcillenre and vrcarlnR A fhoe In ttcr shown than b ih- Mrnne endorse I IU ttiiusands of rooatanl arers K- Unnd rn rlrcant and V mends liself 0O rd Well A fine call Shoe SO60 lShoodvcar WiIi li the t iandard dres f at a popular prler S050 rolircataa enrlre K evjetcdally adapted I finners All Tin- NTCIViKBUffELEB kkaiki in Watches Clocks city White 1arly Calf and Larn Wairrpronf Crain go Kach grate ful - I fa To Him who deals Supplies to high and low Sup - plies to high and low rrinot v- - Kfnthky cen -O I liKir lo liiinns cor Main miii Tales i go r 4 TZim -- i prtJ -- i c r r - t high and H H- r j Pfl PB Jewelry Silver and MILKING Kid J rashes from v t per yard les than Calico 4cts Challies 5 cents l s than cost Lace Bed Beta 91 25 4 a N L Plateil win rta BpaeM Each grate ful feels To II im who deals Sup plica to low hy I ress Hut ton aud Lace n Sup - plies to high and low IXSMIIILM I fAX AND SURGEON 53 SS SHOES lafds Inlr iiirod T zPTm -- Kemicky lo II dim mMiti inakt- - tbem superior r IValer mn1 if ra mot supplyvou pend i CZZ - cj it yat imb- - W i i j 1 i i iilan DOUGLAS i auwiiTu ic ui lirorkloj Mau j a MOTHER CR AXE How She Found Her Wayward Boy at Camp Freedom Ml KTCUER N AND SURGEON Kentucky - Sold by Jack Freernon Mnii Strei- II - L - I X KlNTlVKY 11 WE KELP IIIfiBK STO i tfi -- HEN women Hetty all the and most of the men had left Camp Mrs Freedom iaii7 II Ml li i H iluii AND ZntTiT t- - stayed on She had been the first woman to come up tho steep and rocky do so lato and forlorn Crano house shall have their woral tone low- Â¬ ered by living in dirt and catins food that would ruin the stomach and tem- Â¬ per of a horse to all of which Hale said amen for he was himself a lover of cleanliness and good living Hut Mrs Crane was as silent as the Sphinx regarding herself and at tho end of six months Hale and his men knew no more about her than on tho day she first rode into the camp They did not know from whence she camo nor where she thought of going in time to come She seemed to be a theyd ort to hang him then pore devil Lcmmc see his names Peterson aint Hes been goin by that name but theyve found letters on him that proves that ho went by the name of Hugh Dayton back in the States and interrupted Mother Crane rising from her seat at tho head of tho table and leaning eagerly forward with parted What did you say his name was feElAfc w i 4 J j i ii ui ii n i camp and now It seemed probable that 6tie wouio oe tho last to go down Kkmukv tho rocky mountain slope leaving tho H fa - rcial at deserted little camp behind ii km id willli li inl aU Bldl The miners who had remained in m irea Camp Freedom still cherished the fond ll t I ii but delusive hope that the little camp Our Goods arc of txecOetri quality and would yet have a regular boom liut - JENNINGS A GIBSON PRICES KKASON ABLE j tho boom did not come At no time were there any more than four or five Physicians and Surgcsns hundred people in tho camp and in tho narrow and gloomy gulch below and Kemicks Eepsiring c Tinware at LawRtes but one or two of these had struck it One of these fortunate men was rich a uioil liryco Hale His mino the Day Star 11511 was a few rods above Camp Freedom L A I LIZ l I TFlL Tl THIS IS CIMFOIIT and was the only one in the whole gulch A SIECZALTY OF that had developed into a paying mino woman without a past and without a TSICIA X A ND SURGEON Eridgefortli Cooking and Heat- He gave employment to tho twenty or future liut she was not sullenly re-Â¬ Kl H N twenty five men who stayed in Camp ticent She was always smiling and ing Stoves Freedom when all tho others disgusted cheerful with ever a cheery word for Uutnam and discouraged packed up their few tho men and a heart full of sympathy poor possessions and wont away to more and kindness when they were sick or promising fields leaving their few when misfortune of any kind overtook LM BLACK CLAUDE CO cabins and abandoned claims behind them so that in time although some of as silent witnesses of hopes unrealized the men wero older than herself all of PHISICIAN AND SURGEON and of fair dreams that come to naught them began to call hor Mother Crane They feared she would go when the Mrs Hetty Crane a small tidy smil- Â¬ L Hii Mors- - KY ing woman who had passed the fortieth other women in tho camn becran to c o rune stone ol Hie seemed to have come before the long dreary winter set in CAR HAS HOOKER J In I 1 wr rt lnrr iuu a uies y uu pur- - but she did not and when Novemhr v je rw nlnlAn1 TO poselessly like other nomadic and came sue was the only woman left in VE TERINAB SURGEON unsettled elements of humanity who lno camP- - ana all the men had gone ox GRADUATE ONT VET COLLEGE S wander restlessly from place to place in coptinfir those who worked in the Day Star mino searcn 01 iney Know not what try nd Sterility a Tho nearest town was ten miles Mrs Crane who wore faded and Kiciall- frayed widows weeds did not seem to away a id the men from Camp Free- Â¬ iiKIirr v in i iijiax office I Commencing Julv ist tlierc will be es have any definite object in view building Kieliiu Ky 4U- when dom seldom visited it When they did tablisbed a through line ilr she came riding up Camp Freedoms one go they went in a body for tho express tibuled ISkU in aril Waunpr n - of havin r what Hi Sharp narrow and Cars daii iti Dayton stage coach crooked street on top of the wildest spirit among them called the at the close of a fair day in a HARRISON D Uctrit Mackinaw Citv and al June nrincioal rt P nncnl high old time Thoy went on Satur- Â¬ Like most of tho other new arrivals day ofMichiKartvijitheCll V I R R stayed all night and came back she spent the first few days in looking Sunday and Michigan Central to Mackinaw afternoon bringing with them aivl Furniture Repairer Car around although one could see all the news and gossip jiers will be attache to trains leaveager ears ialtr All work neatN ing Cinciai o p m daHy except there was to Camp Freedom In a very had heard while gone their came home They few moments e Mackinaw at Sturdav retail one wild and stormy Sunday night in lent 2nd door from Pot otUee j a m daily excrp Suudav She wandered up to the Day Star mine Ihe advantage- sei u ed by purchasing one day and introduced herself to Bryce uecenoor exhausted with their long through ticket via h - route composed Hale He was tho best known and most stiff climb up tho mountain side through the drifts that had formed during the ot such favorable ani well known lines as influential man in the camp and Mrs day the Cincinnati Hamilton ic Dayton R R Crane said she thought he would bo tho Mother Crane had as usual a pot of and Michigan Centra RVwiact be appar person to ask about her probable strong ent to al first class travel No other line best success if she should open a boarding supper fragrant coffee and a piping hot can offer such advantages as to accommo waiting for them BURNAM Hations and route allowing top over at house in Camp Freedom 1 tell ye this iaxomfort said Jack Now the Irish man cook who had Toledo d Detroit then continuing our Hixon as he stretched his long logs ft DMM of tho long low to the most Aacricaa journeycan continentslovctf resorts on the charge of the kitchen Halo and most of under tho tablo and handed up his cup log house in which An er for a I toll ye his workmen boarded was a shiftless Mother third cup of coffee For iatmhl I ertiiiirir to Mkif Crane he said it does all of Island and oilier summer rwoiti reached Inefficient fellow whose cooking was us M6RTH AMERICA fellers good go via this line write to fast ruining the digestion of Halo and down to Quartz to leave homo and be- Â¬ City once in awhile R R or to E O McO his men and instead of advising Mrs cause SPRINGFIELD were alius so etarnally glad to Genrrwl Pacseng r and Tiik- t Agrn No Crano to open a boarding house 0of x- her git back again I dont bleeve theres oo W st Fourth Sti IT nnati O he advised that she take charge of a cabin in tho owd mountains quite so com- Â¬ his for the present fortable as this cabin and I know by PENNSYLVANIA After ten minutes reflection Mrs Judge dont git no sich grub NIAGARA Crane agreed to this proposition and nowherethat theywe else as git that night Hale and his men ate such a said Clem Thats QERMANIA hearty supper as they naa not eaten ani well so Jack man what Likes CO lynch the tries to in the whole history of Camp Freedom j Mjis Crane was unanimously voted a tke Moth er Crane away from us by MERCHANTS brick and tho men blessed the fates matrimony or by other means thats JOCK BOTTOM what we will Sanitary Plumbing Steam that had sent her to the camp Speakin of lynchin said Jack Tho dreary and offensively dirty old f fori- Ive an idee that young hold up theyve irfHu ib a nit Gas Fitting ix L cabin took on a new look before three got in jail down there in Quartz City A11 order- v filled and work days and at the end of a week Mrs will hang fore daylight Hes the first BURNAM lc HUME Crane had transformed it into a marvel one J all gas pipi theyve evor caught and the boys of neatness and cleanliness Jing to the ruk say theyre goin to make an eggsample I think that tho moral welfare of Ltioni ot the Water and Light Com CoUry Ktore of him no matter if he aint but twenty W Main Street men depends largely on their surround i KiperiT spt ciMitira 27 ndon Post office ad- ings she said to Bryce Hale and I or twenty one years old young that asked another dress I ock Box 15 iy dont intend that any of the men in this j of Is he men asWell Im blamed if the liomeopithic Physician and Surgeon HARDWARE XPoi trail to the leading mininc e SJ L little Sale i or Â¬ b SMITH 3 THROUGH LINE -- r viii MACKINAC sli tiii t HILLER - INSURANCE HUME rgct Â¬ niCEEAIOiVD PLUMBING RATES 1 inlr0 -- liifl Â¬ lips and pallid face Hugh Dayton repeated Jack Hixon Hugh Dayton Mrs Cranos voico sank to a whisper as she spoke the name Her breath camo in short quick gasps She grasped at the tablo for support and said again in a whisper COOLINU TIIiNiia CFF A LEETLE MITE Hugh Dayton And theyre going to for its mate a ribin sat singing in a big hang him you say to hang him Why yes thats the talk down in elm near by anl a crow went scream Â¬ ing and cawing towards the woods Quartz City They haU not Mother Cranes which were only a short distance away but still Champ sat and whistled and voico was loud and clear and firm now He was oblivious to the Boys she went or listen to me thought I have done what I could to make you sights and sounds by which he was sur- Â¬ happy and more comfortable in this rounded Neiter tho beauty of tho dreary place and you have proved your landscape the iong of tho birds nor true and hearty friendship for me in the musical tink tink of tho black- Â¬ many ways prove it now I know how smiths hammer had any particular charms for him just then At this time old Pap Raper having gotten through I I I I with tho juvenile customers already mentioned came out of the store with a sprinkling can and began to dampen tho porch in order as ho said to cool things off a lectio mite With a lavish hand ho played tho can and in so doing gave Champs baro feet and legs a liberal drunching with the ice cold water which ho had just pumped from the well Much obliged said Champ as he ratner hastily arose to his foot much obliged Pap but you neednt to have put yourself to no much troublo Oh no trouble er tall Champ re- Â¬ plied the old fellow yor looked sorter hot an worried bout suthin an I jess thought a loetlec this nice cool woorter would liven you ud a bit Well I do ned stirrin up a bit he answered anthits jess what Ive been a thinkin about for some time BOYS LISTEN TO ME Pap Im goin to git out o strong and bravo you are Are you he continued Handy Derrick strong and brave enough to go back to here WhatP the old man gasped yer t We are indebted to th Fi tt Tm Quartz City on such a night as this and bring Hugh Dayton back to mo his haint goin ter leave us aro you for the following description and cut of a handy derrick for farmers use It is mother I am his mother my name is Champ Thats what Im goin to start for Martha Dayton I have been searching designed to facil for him for two years Ho wrote me tho Black Hills tcr morrer mornin itate the tedious The Bla U Hills Why boy theres that ho was coming to Camp Freedom work of butch- Â¬ and I have stayed on and on to meet Injuns out there aa plenty on em ering by com- Â¬ him I did not know where else to go too pletely doing I know it bat theres gold too It is four years since ho loft his home away with the Champ take my advUt an stay hero a young and untried loy ignorant of heavy straining the world and its temptations work of lifting Ho In olo Ingeanny Its a mighty sight drifted into Leadville and I heard noth- Â¬ better place than the Black Hills Sides It Is cheaply ing from him for two years until ho wbatll your pp and mother say constructed o f wrote me he was coming here and I Champ three bass wood Yes Ingeanny is a purty good placo camo on to meet him and save him from sticks thirteen the evil companions I feared he was for somo folks an Id like to stay here feet lontr Th with Go and bring him to me now but Ive made up my mind to go to the roller for windlass Is four feet between I kaint bearings and three inches in diameter He may be innocent of this crime be Black Hills an Im ergoin may be guilty But innocent or guilty come back enny poorer than I am now and can be either constructed at home bring him to mo his mother He is my an I may come back richer an I may or what is better turned from good never come back at all but all tho same sound maple or other strong material Bon my only child Bring him to me In ten minutes she was alone in tho Im a goin at some shop-- Any blacksmith can The old store keeper made no reply mako the hooks bolts etc Two pul Â¬ cabin her head bowed on the table and her sobs and half spoken half silent for a moment but stood looking up the leys and about twenty feet of prayers the only sound that broke the track in tho direction from which the rope will e all that need evening passenger train would soon be be purchased silence of tho little room Any carpenter can con It was almost daylight when the due derrick by referring to the 1 tramp of many feet was heard outside Then lie tnrnad o go back into tho cut herviost beeves rs well as the I ard Mother Crano opened wido the Champ H rhtest iat s cm bo easily raised for door and peered out into the darkness 1 hopor dre j0 luck but let me rvi-nr her face ghastly in Its pallor and hor tell you youll rty sharp Sams Causa trembling lips refusing to cry out the round Little Roger What makes you walk t t one question she longed and yet dreaded vou dont k Tp your lame Uncle John to ask Uncle John There was an accident eyes skinned youll get taken in right She could see the forms of the men on tho bridge to day and I got caught smart as they approached over the snow but in the jam I she had eyes for but one form and one pap I reckon kin hold rayown with em Little Roger I got caught in the jam IVe never traveled much thats face When within a few yards of the er fact but Ive allu3 read the papers once and walked lame for a week cabin the men halted and one man Puck alono came haltingly forward with an while theyre gittiu a whole meal Ill manage to git enough to keep me Bricks YVcra Scarce bowed head and trembling limbo Jimmy said a visitor at the Jay Tho mother heart of tho waiting from starvin Here a customer called tc the old man smiths how is your papa going to woman told hor who it was and she ran forward to meet him with aery of from the front of lhe store and ho hur-Â¬ ouiia nis house There are no bricks ried in in answer tj the summons coming to the city now iiugn my son my son Champ shut up his jackknife put it Oh replied Jimmy mamma says They went slowly into tho cabin their arms around each other and the men into his pocket and started off at a brisk papa brings homo a brick in his hat walk for hishome which as bis course every night Munseys Weekly ll l Jj Scotchman Who Thinks lis Ilaa 8uc cissfuljr Aecomplahed It It is a Scotchman this timo that is trying to milk cows by machinery From the Kilmarnock Standard comes an account of a patent milking device by one Murchland Tho apparatus briefly described is as follows An air pump at one end of tho cow stablo is connected with an iron pipe which runs along over the shoulders of the cows high enough to bo out of reach Over each cow is a branch of rubber tube which connects with a closed milk pail When in use the milk pail is swung underneath the animal and strapped to It by a broad band over tho loins The top of tho milk pail terminates in a neck from which radiate four rubber tubes ending in little cups which fit on the teats of the animal to bo milked Each teat cup is provided with a stop Cock When the pail has been properly planed and tho teat cups attached tho stop cocks are opened and the air exhausted by moving tho lever of tne air pump At once four littlo jots of mint pulsating with each beat of the animals heart begin to flow and in eight or ten minutes the udder is empty Ono attendant is supposed to manage several machines Tho inventor claims that by this method the natural milking of the cow by the calf is imitated So much for a description of the machine The lead-ing question is Will it work satisfac torily We have been told that the suction of the air pump will draw blood from the udder if tho vacuum pressure continues after the quarter has been emptied To avoid this the stop cocks are turned before tho milk is quite all Tt is useless to have one at- drawn tendant for each mrrM e for then ho misrht as well do th- - milkino- - himself Since tho milk flow is not usually equal from the different quarters of the udder we cannot see how an attendant can al- Â¬ ways be on hand to turn tho stop cock just at the right timo A single mis Â¬ take now and then ould bring more trouble than the whole ystem is worth There have been many milking ma- Â¬ chines put on the market aid all have failed Ingenious as is this Scotch de Â¬ vice we fear it must go tbo way of all the others and hand milking continue Unfortunate it is yet some procosses in our agriculture seem incapable of being materially shortened by machinery Breeders Gazette -- attention giraa to Curtail cheap and Comforts ents Tan to 7r I Curtain A IV p FETTINQ DIAMONDS SToVFS all- - AND OTHER PRBCIOOH O JL REPAIRING Promptly ilmie ami in a wirkiuaiilike manlier Cash Paid to O -- A - fr Hi Gold and Silver until v We will have in a few day- lli line of best li in Richmond ai many other s in goods If you will and look we will show you all through Dont luret the place -- next door the Posi olDcr Kielinoinl Ky 30- - ck GGRMLEY 11 Ramsey ssssssaBassBasMssMVBSaaaaaavssaaaHisssaassaaanBBasaaasaaasiSt I Fife pi s TIIK MADISON Monumental Works RICHMOND KY FINEST LINE 0FI Saddlery AND t n Fit-- - djk tLsssrV 1 HCjfLsSSSsi BSSSSV Trotting be Outfits Every -- - Character MONUMENT STATUARY RICHMOND HAS EVER HAD and grade of Monumental Work Irom the smallest stone to the moot mm OR MOST T ri djLutii1 vjl I11K tX IV C4 VO ELABORATE AafcTTEIt CHICKEN ysfSL Cholera Cure fc s Our prices compete with city house Designs famished on application Imported Native Marble on hand and GRANITE alway and sec me A D FLORA l Proprietor jiy School for Girls IE three-foirths-in- BAUBOrii will take a Class of fwonty I I i For instruction in English Latin French and ierman Term Thousands of dollars worth of other particulars will be chickens die every year from Chol- known in person or by circular is Â¬ one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded era It more fatal to chickens all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positively aires it has been made and to be con- Â¬ vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for M1SSCAKUIE BABBOCB having returned from the cinnati Conservatory ol will take pupils in vocal and instrumental music at her room in the new rear ot the Fi Chur Â¬ STOCKTON BROOKS It It DAIRY VAULT Clean Cool and Cheap It I A Kaslly In siimmpr is tho time of year when the housewife and dairy maid strive al- n rain to keep milk cream and r at the right temperature fresh tweet and palatable Not every one can have a cellar and as a rule a cellar is not a proper place in wbich to keep nets for they are all Treat abeorbants of whatever impurities tfcere nay be in the surrounding atmos- iimrucf I phere ter n these impurities us an avenue is opened by which al diseases are conveyed into the u ng them There are which milk and butc n be kept in excellent condition 1 Â¬ im way here illustrated Is consid Â¬ ered by the writer superior to all other arrange merits yetdovised for exclusive any thing BARN PLAN It b Octagonal la Shape ami It lteitcpS to Do Away with Some Other Build Â¬ ing That Are Commonly Hand This octagon barn has many good points It is a well known fact that a circular wall will inclose a larger space than the same amount of wall placed in any other shape This barn is 36 feet on each side giving a capacity of fi257 square feet to each floor This makes a large barn but a general purpose barn must necessarily do away with some other buildings which are commonly used A barn 150x40 feet would give nearly tho same amount of room as this one but would require 104 feet more of wall one 125x50 giving about the same room would require 02 feet of extra wall Tho wall used here would build a barn 00x30 and a driving house 30x24 and then wo would have a triflo over two fifths or not quite one half as much room as with the octagon barn As will SKmgWSSMESSWSh A GOOD j I He l flp J I I n I I trifling cost over which tho wlro netting could be stretched This would allow the water to pass freely and yet prevent the passage of tho seed A gunny bag 6ack might bo used irstead of the wire basket if more convenient Now dip the basket of seed in the first vessel After a moment lift it and when the water has mostly escaped plunge it into the water again repeating the operation several times The object of the lifting and plunging to which might be added also a rotary motion is to bring every grain in contact with hot water Less tban a minute is required for this preparatory treatment after which plunge the basket of seed into the second vessel If the thermometer indicates that the water is growing cooler pour in hot water until it is at 132 degrees again If it should rise higher than 132 degrees add small quantities of cold water This is tho roost effectual method of keeping tho proper temperature and requires only the addition of two small vessels one for cold and the otber for boiling water Tho basket of seed should soon after its immersion be lifted and then plunged and agitated in tho manner dea Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Either ono or the other of the fol- Â¬ lowing preparations must bo used in dressing imported or infected sheep Ton a ceo Atro sTTtrnrn Quantities Ono pound of sound loaf or manufactured tobacco and ono pound of flowers of sulphur to five gallons of Â¬ THIS YEARS Year CROPS SEE OUR LINE OF The Yield Compared With That of Last V XV Cfjk I I Tq A jy v A RtMMKl PAIRV VAfLT Â¬ milk and butter use where one can not have access to ice and the use of refrigerators It is made as follows Select a cool spot with good soil drainage and exca- depth of eight e the bottom and a mortar of gravel cement i uild a four inch wall with brick laid in cement auwlai extending the the surface to und prade and provide top vault Cement le wall after th 2x4 scntlings of vault and place n in the illus i m in the grouting of wood fitted post either or -e s narrower to the which tho Mr is two than the vault all rich plank ittened on J 2x4 k the vault where possible Put in tened ips of r and i fasten at each noes The uprights ha be 2x- - inches by four pieces on rm is laid by spikes or i tform fitted close 1 A frair inch material ides other oundation for platform nough slant to The 2x4s on top ut in cement vermin Loot is made out of red on under id Tvith pulley or opened are lean the windlass frame CV iagc JiidJ Farmer ring to CORNSTALK DISEASE Srrenil of the I was called recently to layette to investigate a serious Injury to corn present in many fields and suspected to be duo to insect at tacks I expected to And either the In Â¬ It rroml- - to S riuly Affect the Cora W extern States e or corn root borer pros umination of a large stalks showed that while mentioned insect was at work nal plants It was not near ly abundant enough to cause the mls- Ni rot birers of any kind were thercorn insects number of Â¬ pres--ab- le nun eoon became satisfied i 1 that the injury origin and on split ting ojen the stalk found at the Itase istakable evidence that the dam age was due to a bacterial disease -- tcly attracted considerable ti Illinois Nebraska and other Western 8M It was first found by Professors Forbes and Uurrill in Illinois and was described by tho latter in u recent bulletin of the expert of that Sa Prof Hurl-is ll says that his attention was first called to it by Prof S A Forbes in l1-and in succeeding years It has Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It is therefore with much delight that an enemy is announced upon the dreaded thistle that may work tho downfall of tho vegetable arch fiend in tho grass and grain field While rusts smuts blights mildews and molds havo como to bring ruin to tho grain crops spoil the potato Cold and destroy tho fruits of the vineyard and orchard tho triumphant thistlo has reared its unmolested head and spread its prickly foliage to add insult to injury over wide areas of our host farm land However it has not proved itself proof against tho whole host of fungi that prey upon higher forms of vegetation Last year we were pleased to obscrvo that a rust had fallen upon the thistlo and did severe damago to a few plants in tho vicinity of New Brunswick N J Other observers havo occasionally met with using a post or two and bars Although the rust upon tho Canada thistlo in forthe basement should bo banked at tbo mer years and in tho old country It has north side spaces should be loft at tho been known for a long time One of tho most interesting points in windows to admit light In tho plan for tho barn floor tho connection with this enemy to tho openings marked B admit roots whilo thistlo and friend of man is tho fact that marked A is for cut fodder Tho that it spreads with considerable raLast year in some patches of ham should be framed so a team and pidity wagon may pass around it on tho floor thistles not moro than one out of fifty Havo as few inside posts as possible and plants was affected but this season no breast beam to interfere By this fully half of the shoots In tho same The rust arrangement tho barn could bo filled patches are badly diseased with few hands the east drive floor lives over tho winter in tho plant and only being left empty and this could 6hows its presenco in the thistlo shoot havo a mow overhead Tho hay and as soon as the latter has como above the grain should bo mowed away so there ground At tho time of writing tho will be free passage to tho feed boxes rust can be detected several rods from As the shoots arise below after threshing if not before In the infested patch the meantime a space could be left at the diseased ones are more rapid in the south end of each opening from their growth that is tho stems grow which the fodder could lie carried to tho faster but fail to put forth as large stock from below The openings for leaves as those stems not affected by The longer straighter the fodder should bo covered by trap tho fungus doors with hinpos and rings each door stems with smaller leaves with aii parts being just long enough to bo easily of a palo color make it easy to distinlifted by the ring attached Tho fodder guish the sick from tho healthy plants should then pass through wooden chutes As the season advances the leaves be to the mangers below A hay fork come of a rusty brown color upon tho could be used in the barn by hanging under side and rapidly shrivel and die the track from tbo rafters and pieces whilo the almost leafless withered joining them at a proper distance from 6tems remain behind with reclining tho plates with a curvo in tho track at heads the picture of distress to those who havo sympathy with the viio thistle The brown or rusty coating to the under side of the leaves is due to a vast multitude of spores Those spores while very small aro designed for tho spread of the disease and when they fall upon healthy plants induce disease and in time the unfortunate plant becomes rusted That tho rust spreads with ease there is no doubt that it hibernates in the underground parts of the host in winter seems beyond ques- be seen the sizes of tho apartments of irregular shape are jiven b- - striking the average of the two uneven sides The horses may be taken to the sta-Â¬ ble either from the driving house or from the yard On removing the har Â¬ ness It may lc hung in the closet with doors tightly closed The horse stablo gives room for tho horses required on a farm of 100 acres and leaves the box stall for colts mares while foaling eta A small oat bin Sx3 in a corner of tho stable is filled by a spout from a bin above as fast as the oats are fed The bottoms of the bins in the granary up- Â¬ stairs should slant toward the center and be provided with a spout for each one under which the fanning mill may bo placed in tho lower granary thereby saving labor in cleaning the grain The lower granary may also be used for commercial fertilizers etc The hog pen should be entirely inclosed by walls of some kind to isolate the hogs as much as possible Tho basement has a stono wall between tho horses and cows across tho collar and around the driving house but a suit- Â¬ able number of strong posts woul 1 an swer and be cheaper than the walls If rows were placed in front of the horso and cow stables they would leave a wide entry between Any of tho pens or box stalls could bo divided into two or more parts If necessary by simply Â¬ Â¬ scribed above and tho operation re- Â¬ peated from eight to ten times during the immersion which should be con tinued fifteen minutes In this way every part of tho seed will be subjected to the action of the scalding water Immediately after its removal dash cold water over it or plunge into cold water and then spread it out to dry Treat another lot in the same way until all the seod has been disposed of In this way tho following precaution Keep tho water at should bo observed Ml decrees F Dont let it rise higher than 139 degrees nor below 130 degrees This is not difficult if a thermometer and hot and cold water are kept bandy See that the amount of scalding water is much greater at least six or oight times than of the seed put in it and never fill the basket so full of seed as to prevent the free movement of tho grain in the water This method was originated by J L Jensen of Don mark CANADA THISTLES Frospect of Their Destruction by a Kat- oral Enemy the Rust The Canada thistle is synonymous with all that is evil It steals its way Into tho richest soil by having tho wind carry tho minute seeds or gains a still better entrance unobserved in tho grass seed for the coming meadow When once established it is with great difficulty that its deep wido reaching roots can be extracted or otherwise killed Tho spinose forage of tho post is not relished by live stock and is a severo test upon the patience and morals of tho person who must needs work among its Â¬ dry piercing prickers in the harvest field rj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HifflMHill OCTAGONAL UAKN Â¬ iso been discussed by WHEAT SMUT Method of Treating it with Mot Water The hot water treatment when prop- Â¬ erly carried out is quite effectual It is as good says Farm and Home as the copper sulphate solution without injur ing the seed as the latter often does This hot water treatment consists in immersing the tho seod infected with smut for a few minutes in scalding water The water must be hot enough to kill the smut spores but the immersion must not be long enough to injure the germ within the seed coats If the water is at a temperature of 132 degrees F tho spores will be killed and yet the immersion if not continued beyond fifteen minutes will not injure the seed The smut snores mav nowtlhlv be killed by ten minutes immersion but fifteen is recommended The tem- Â¬ rnngly healthy On the surface perature of the water must vary but when carefully freed from dirt brown little from 132 degrees in no case rising corroded spots can be found some higher than 135 degrees nor falling be- Â¬ tiroes strictly bordered again diffusely low 130 degrees To preserve these conditions when treating large quanti As to remedies for the disease I can l of seed the following suggestions only quote Prof Uurrill again who are offered Provide two large vessels Wc know too little of tho disease as two kettles over a fire or boilers on ays able to suggest a remedy There a cook stove the first containing warm appears to be in a considerable number water at 110 degrees to 120 degrees and of cases more injury on land which baa the second scalding water at 132 degrees been planted with corn the preceding The first is to warm the seed prepara-Â¬ r though the rule does not always tory to dipping it into the second Un Â¬ hold good In one case tho worst re less this is done it will be difficult to cults followed when timothy sod had p the water in the second vessel at been broken up and corn planted there Â¬ lemperature The seed to on while a timothy pasture not far dis Â¬ be treated must bo first placed in a bar tant treated in the same manner gave or other largo vessel filled with tborouguly healthy crop of corn water and stirred until all the Trains Grass and weed have been carefully ex Â¬ are wet The smutty and imperfect amined without finil tion- - that grains will rise to tho ton and must be he same disease affects tfceai Irob skimmed off The srain mav remain n actcria livo o in the me water irora fifteen to thirty min Â¬ If this is a fact then young corn utes Then it must be removed and to suffer when growing placed half a bushel at a Â¬ on land upon which the preceding croc sel that will allow free time in a vesentrance and was diseased When it is definitely exit of water on all sides know whether any thing besides com U purpose a bushel basket made For this of heavy d we shall bo better able at least wire can be used orer which stretch o theorize upon a cure Clarence aL wire netting say twelve meshes to the Weed in Ohio Farmer inch or an Iron frame could be made at ut -Â¬ j I Tho disease in shown by tho sickly lition of the plants which are checked in growth soon after coming the lower leaves turning yellow and ng According to Prof Uurrill the first indication of this disease in a field corn as noticed in ordinary observa Â¬ tion is tho dwarf condition of the young plants This commonly occurs in spots of various sizes from a few rods to an acre or more and often though by no means always on soil of different from that of tho rest of the field It seems hard to do Â¬ nate what special condition or qual- Â¬ ity of soil is most usually associated with the disease but upon the whole it is found in rich spots rather than se of poorer quality In many cases it is upon the lowest ground whether or not water has temporarily stood in hollows Young diseased plants des being smaller than the healthy e uniformly yellowish in color urrr worst When plants are pulled from the ind they are found to give way too y in consequence of the death of the oldest and lowest roots In se Â¬ at one half the roots always the lowest are injured and usu--- J The bottom portion of the is likewise affected and will be iJ dead or dying If split longitud- Â¬ inally through tho middle tho inner this lower part is seen to have a uniform dark color and a similar dis radually becoming less and i pronounced appears in the next ng nodes or joints while the Ma between them intcrnodes are lings in Nebraska bulletins Ir F S Bil Â¬ each angle to allow turning Ventilat ors convey damp and foul air frora the cellar up at each side of each post and through tho roof Tho Implements could be stored on tho barn floor above the workshop Tho water from the whole tf the roof should be led into a tank into tho cellar about two feet from tho ground Pro vide it with a tap and let a pipe lead in front of ail tho stock and to tho trough outside The yard should be hollowed In the middle to let tho liquid manure drain to the bottom of tho straw stack Frank Uowoli in Farm and Ilomo seems evident we have a stanch friend in this rust of the thistle it becomes us to study its habits and favor it in our thistle fields provided it will not grow upon our crops and spoil them also There does not seem to bo any reason to fear that it will harm other plants than the thistles and means for it3 propagation upon tho thistle are in ordor It seems to us that the host way will be to transplant diseased roots into fields that are still free from tho pest If for example there is a single square rod of rusted thistles in a large field these plants could be employed to infect the whole area Tho spores go with tho wind but it will doubtless facilitate matters to set out the rusted plant Something may be done in this direction at tbo experiment stations Let us extend tho warm hand of welcome to this rust onemv of the cursed Canada thistle SCAB Tn SHEEP Â¬ tion If as The corn crop will be between four and five hundred million bushels loss than last year according to that very the conservative authority water American Agriculturist This is a Infuse the to Mode of Preparation off of fully one fourth from bacco tho night previous to dipping by falling last years enormous production and tho water and adding tho to- means boiling tho highest prices now bacco in a proportion not exceeding ono current that be well sustained Wheat must gallon of water to ono pound of tobacco is also comparatively short both at Allow tho infusion to stand all night In home and abroad while oats are a poorthe boiler well covered over Mix tho er crop than for several years and bath with hot water to tho desired heat prices must be higher Potatoes will Thor- Â¬ and strength in tho morning be a short crop the acreage having oughly mix tho sulphur with tho hand also vessel with water been reduced in the West and drouth in a bucket or other cut tho yield throughout the to the consistency of gruel before put- having and Western Middle Statos A ting It in tho bath and keep it well of potatoes is promised in Now fair crop England before immersing the sheep so stirred and tho Provinces but as the crop is as to keep all tho particles of sulphur blighted In Ireland and Scotland tho afloat foreign supply will bo small and HYDRO SUIIHURET LIME ANT SULPHUR Cotton prices here must advance OF LIMK crop is an excellent and will Tako in tho proportion of ten pounds exceed somewhat last of sulphur to five pounds of qulcklimo doubtless years production of seven million a largo proportion partially slacked But the demand Is so active boll in ten gallons of water keep mixed bales that tho better prices paid for last by constantly stirring for about ten min should sustained under utes or until a clear dark brown orange years crop system ofbemarketing cotton a judicious supervenes colored solution Then grapes are make up tho dip or bath to tho required The larger fruits except apples being nearer quantity by mixing ono gallon of this exceedingly scarce ever before known total failure than solution with three gallons of hot water bo There is about half a crop of apples In If rock or unslacked limo can not procured use double tho quantity that the Annapolis valley N S less than hardly in is equal proportions of lime and sul- thatper tho Ontario apple licitcommerten cent of a yield in tho phur cial orchards along Lakes Champlain DIRECTIONS FOR USING TnE RATH and fair crop on Temperature Never allow tho tem Ontario Erieslope Huron aa phenomenal but tho perature to fall bolow 110 degrees nor yield Pacific comparatively small area In a to exceed ISO degrees Fahrenheit Duration of Path Never less than about Kansas City Tho almost utter fifty seconds for tho second and not failure of apples in New York State and less than eighty seconds for tho first Michigan and the poor crop abroad and third dressings Tho whole body means four or five dollars per barrel for In tho leading Eastwith tho exception of tho head to be choice winter fruit but kept completely immersed during that ern markets and pricea small surplus for Peaches are a time Tho head to be immersed on tho export at any pears and plumbs are failure while sheep being placed in and takon out of very uneven and not half a crop taking the bath Never allow tho shoep to bo exposed to rain for at least one day the country over except on the Pacific slope and In small and scattered localiafter dressing ties Beef cattle and hogs are less in number than for two years and with the A Portable Hennery Only those who havo tried tho ex- short grain crops bees and pork must periment know the advantage and bene- command fair prices Farm and Homo fit derived from having poultry in an SALTED VS UNSALTED CUTTER orchard or being able to pasturo them just where ono chooses This object is A Dairymans ideas as to the True Test of a Cows Kxcellence attained through the medium of a In recent issues of your valuable paportablo hen house ono form of which is shown in the sketch It is about ten per I find several largo butter tests of Holstein Frlesian cows reported one going over thirty four pounds for tho week Unfortunately the value of these tests for accurate comparison with yields of cattle of other breeds Is almost destroyed by their being given in un talttd bviter A long experience In dairying and comparison of several hundred reports 29mfczlKPlzfj3E of butter tosts have taught me that tho only safe and reliable basis of compariPORTABLE HEXNERT son is that of butter salted one ounce to feet long and five wide and Is provided the pound and worked out ready for Ono slat at market In very rare Instances unsalted with stationary perches each side projects eighteen inches as at butter gains in weight by tho addition a a a Theso aro used as handles for of salt and the extra working Nino carrying It about A small door may teen times out of twenty it loses and the loss may rary fnm a little as tiro or bo hinged at tho front end if desired If bens aro kept in this for a few days threi per cent t mrc tian thirty per cent I recall one Instance and fed well they will soon loam it Is ofthegros wight the official test of a Jersey cow their homo and return to It each evening In moving about it should not be where a yield of thirty four pounds uncarried a long distance at a time only a salted with thirty four ounces of salt few rods so that they may not lose added made finally but twenty two knowledgo of tho location lly an ar-Â¬ pounds twelve ounces of marketable rangement of this kind large flocks of butter which the gentleman who poultry are kept during tho summer at owned the cow informed me was of inferior quality In an experiment of my pasturo in some field near tho buildings and not only do they fortlllzo tho own with two samples of butter churned ground but destroy immenso quantities on successive days from the milk of the of insectrSico these portablo houses same cows one lost about 4 per cent by aro mostly used In orchards nesting ealting tho other abou 15 per cent Tho latter was the worse of the two boxes should also bo placed inside What tho public want to know con Rural Ntv Yorker corning any breed of dairy cattle or tho HORTICULTURAL HINTS cows that are put forward to represent Dried asparagus which is asparagus it U the exact amount of merchantable butter irlftd in the tun i3 said to be very ly If that they will produce Evidenttheir yield is stated only in untoothsome In winter If you have a choice ornamental tree salted butter this can not be ascertained By the rules of remember that it needs waver as much Cattle Club tho the American Jersey yield must be stated as any other plant first in butter as it comes from the Gathek pears before they are ripe and churn the amount of salt to be added is put them away to ripen and see if they fixed at one ounce to the pound and tho trc not of bettK Sivo butter is then to be thoroughly reTin consumer pays for potatoes these worked and the result stated In butter days and will likely continue to pay for ready for market If our Holstein tbem But the grader is not getting Friesian friends will adopt tho same bis share of the profits rule we can compare yields moro satisTimely warning Do not permit anyfactorily Campbell Brown in Breedbody to gather your fruit who thinks ers Gazette that a bruise does tho fruit no harm RYE AS HOG FOOD Handle fruit a good deal as you would He Thinks Homing - Is the Dent Meth eggs od oi Feeding If the weeds havo been permitted to John M Jamison Roxabell O writes ripen theirseeds the only further injury they can do is to furnish cover for mico to the Orange Judd Farmer For more and insects They had hotter be burned than a quarter of a century wc havo used or It would sometimes arpear that any ryo for been familiar with the use of thing in the shape of a cantelope or custom hog feed It was formerly tho with members of our family muskmclon would sell in tho market Uko every thing else the test where they had a field to seed to grass but to sow about five pecks of rye to tho brings tho best price acre sometimes at If Instead of buying lightning rods ing at others afterthe last corn plowtho corn was cut tho farmer for all theso years had having successfully sown It as late as bought bull dogs to protect himself the 10th of November The timothy from dishonest treo peddlers he would seed was sown in tho fall and clover in have saved more money the spring Tho crop was usually hogIt is claimed that fig culture is a great ged down This was an easy way to success in Northern California But keep up tho fertility of land tho that of course is no reason why any- early sown furnishing a the amount large body should conclude that figs can of succulent fall winter and spring profitably be grown in tho North pasturo for the hogs There la no bet The number of agricultural papers ter winter pasture for them it has no that are now giving remedies for the tendency to scour the animals like fresh cucumber bug is large There is noth- and succulent grasses ing eating tho cucumbers at present To got the best good of rye by hog except men women and children ging it should bo straw broken so tho If the orchard or garden is to bo fer- grain may soften by lying on the tilized there should be a very definite ground Whole dry ryo Is very poor idea of what the soil and the plants to hog feed as tho animals will not mastibe grown need However it is safe to cate it sufficiently to make It digest apply the home made manures on any properly A field without any grass In Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FALL WINTER I BE ON YOUR Ps Qs OVERCOATS LOOK AT 01R vMJ41 -- you make up your mind to purchase your Fall and Clothing Furnishing Goods Underwear Hats Caps WHEN Etc and get only the best your amount of money will buy To get the best for the least money there is only one place tor you to go and that is to the old and reliable house of C YI r1 X A MITCHELL the largest Retail Clothiers in Central Kentucky They keep in stock everything that is new and stylish and you can not ask for anythiiii in the way of gentlemens or boys wearing iji The fall has been a little back parel but what they have it in stock ward it is true but it will be a long time before we have sweet April showers and we advise one and all to prepare for the Ions 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 but we do adver You want lise to sell them as low as anyone quality considered t elaM well mode Clothing and we want your trade M Lri fir call inspect our magnificent stock learn our prioM and we an lident that you will not go away without being convinced that w vertise the truth Talk is cheap but low prices and honest square treatment wins everv time Diut forget that we have the largest and best selected stock ever in Richmond a 6 HLC0ViN8T0N cJefore Southside COVINGTON S MITGHELL MITCHELL Clothiers and Furnishers Main Street Bsfcr Tea Bay near Hotel Glyndon HUtWilE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FINE CLOTHING You need a new suit of Clothes or a Coat pair of Pants Vest or a light Overcoat Â¬ Â¬ I Have the Very Thing You Want Have just received my FALL STOCK and it embraces the latest styles ami goods and I am selling at EXCEEDINGLY LOW PRICKS best Plnnfc Â¬ QTirl OUUCD CtllU ClVirce Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ all sizes qualities and prices Try a pair of BRILLS CELEBRATED SHOES I can compete with Cincinnati or Louisville in quality and prict Mats Shirts rnraOnrlc Ciins from the cheapest np Collars andin abundance Neckwear Handkerchiefs Hose Gloves and Suspenders TTviaflaOYfTTiOCI T LigLt medium heavy plain fancy cotton woolen vv kjumx w S1ik Etc Etc Winter is coming and nothing is more sary than a good pair of Boots or Shoes neces-J-PUUL- O I have Hats TTnTnlGlllno vwvikj ui xiiujijixg iiviui W -- Au Â¬ 30- - FOW Corner Moliees 1st Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GRAND FEAST OF BARGIANS Having determined to change our business January Â¬ Everything in Our Store Will from This Day be Offered at Cost Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ EVERY lie ARTICLE A GENUINE BARGAIN1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ soil fruit culture this year Perhaps have not looked the matter ovor to If not lo so at once for knowing kca and avoiding them in re Is progress it is however of little value to aid in What mistakes bave you made In digesting the grain there should bo you see our Western Rural e the Ilome Made Root ltrter The accompanying engraving is so clear that it scarcely needs explanation The beam Is of hard wood two and a half by three and a half Inches and five feet long to which the handles are bolted and braced In front is an inch hole through which pajes a round iron Remedies Used In Australia to Core This Dreed Disease On this subject an Australian corre Â¬ spondent of the Breeders Gazette writes to that papor as follows As Australia is the only sheep country which has effectually stamped out scab in sheep it may well bo permitted mo to offer ad Â¬ vice on the subject to other countries I inclose copy of instructions issued by IXEXPKVSITE ROOT LIFTEB me to my staff of inspectors for tho rod forked at the lower end to hold the dressing of sheep Those are insisted whool which may bo of wood or Iron on by the governments of each of the The upper end of the clevis is turned Australian colonies and have never up and a threaded hole cut In it to re-Â¬ been known to faiL ceive tho thumb screw which holds the Tho tobacco and sulphur cure is wheel rod In place Tbo iron lifter is equally efficacious with that of tho inserted In a mortis about midway of sulphur and lime cure but the latter is tho beam and held in place by a key preferred for tho reason that it is much as shown In the engraving The foot the cheaper and is more easily pro is of five eighths inch Iron throe inches pared wide with a 6mall wing of 3tecl riveted You will notice that we Insist on to tho lower ond- - The roots to be lifted using tho dip at a high temporaturo aro first topped as they stand with a Tho reason for this is that we find by sharp boe throwing two rows of tops actual experiment that whoroastho scab into oao This leaves tho foot free to acarus will live for some minutes in tho work without obstruction mixture when cold it succumbs in about forty seconds when tho temperature is Gkoijok Pentos of Doxter Wash Â¬ 110 degrees Fahrenheit tenaw County Mich says tho Farmer It is essentially necessary to a perÂ¬ of that State has a golden russet apple fect cure V a the sheep swim or float in treo In his orchard that Is ten feet In tho bath so that every p irt of tho body circumference two feet abovo ground shall bo In contact with tho mixture tho branches spreading fifty four feet the head should be pressed under just Height of tree thirty nine feet Tho prior to the sheep leaving the bath tree Is still productive bearing nearly Many hundreds of thousands cf shoop every year bave been cured in tho Australian col A Mom or Ida means of the above dips with Mrs Snodgrass I Rhould think tne los3 by doatb of a sInSlc shoeP- cinnamon bear would be tho easiest to 1 havo not known a sin rlo dressing carefully prepared to fall but our hunt Snodgrass Why Legislature compels threo dressings In Mrs Snodgrass It would be so easy to tho case of all thonp Imported from ly other countries whether diseased or not follow the scent Muns Â¬ Vg ready when a few weeks feeding will put them in the best market condition Ground rye made Into slop makes splendid feed for growing and fattening hogs but when used alone for slop it should not Invground fine as it is sticky and unpleasant to handle but if the grains are well broken or crushed this difficulty is obviated for when mixed with bran it is easily handled We have often used ground rye alone for slop bat our hogs have always had the run of tho pasture This is necessary for tho is too rich in carbohydrates to make a complete ration for hogs confined to close quarters bran should be mixed with the rye Hogging rye appears to bo falling into disuse I think to the loss of many farmers for their lands can be speedily built up by grow- Â¬ ing rye and clover and hogging both abundance of grass clover is the most desirable No dangernced bo apprehended from the beards as they are softened by ly Â¬ ing on tho ground We do not attach much valuo to whole rye soaked as It will be voided without the grain being broken Hogging ryo is a splendid way to prepare stock for a finish for market on new corn putting the hogs on the rye as soon as ripo and letting them remain thero until the new corn Is Â¬ Stock Consists of a FULL AND COMPLETE LINE of Fall and Winter Dress Goods Flannels Table Linens Lace Curtains Un derwear Hosiery Etc This stock is also for sale as a whole Crooke Bennetts Urmston Aygual 27th 1S90 FREEMAN more lhan half a century the name of Freeman has FOR before the public Dont you recollect that your Lher 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 Now Freeman continues pocketlKkk and lus ideas of value He also has a first class line of to make boots and shoes CUSTOM MADE BOOTS AND SHOES in stock and can fit all sizes in all grades Freeman keeps also a fine line of GROCERIES including Van Iloulous famous Cocoa that is now the rage every where 19- WCall at No 2 First Street lYAZOO RECORD 227 BR0THER TO YUBA RECORD 224 1 2 WHILE IN FOAL ro We offer the services of YAZ00 fc he season of County Kentucky at -- WORTY i if at er - DOLLARS LIVE STOCK TO INSURE A LIVING COLT I HINTS Tli Good nice fat cattle will bring the feeder money this winter as uro as you live Pti tho horso well uot deep but use A horse appre Â¬ good clean material ciates a tidy bed Perhaps now that tbe com crop is short the animals will not bo burnvd up with a steady diet of corn Wiikv a cow begin to couh and run at the nose the condition is not neces Â¬ sarily dangerous Sc has a cold KRVKB require a horso to drink or eat from a filthy pall trough onrsscr It is a very fastidious animal idicato a wrong condi Â¬ tion of tho blood as well as some other thinjr to tho 11c appli- I1S j Money due if mare is Darted with otherwise when colt is Coaled Mares kept re ularly on grass at ten cents a day erain fed if desired at reasonable rates every care to prevent accidents or escajes but will not be responsible for either stands at 300 Yazoo is y Sarcld sic of Maui S- - 2C3i and in 2C more 230 parlor and Yaoo s3 IN B30K XEEPING SHORT HMO TYPEWRITING THOROUGH INSTRUCTION PENMANSHIP AT THE BRYANT A STRATTON BUSINESS COUESE SOUTH WEST TELEGRAPHY ETC ETC 10RNER THIRD AND JEFFERSON STREETS LOUISVILLE CATALOGUE FRJE KY m ist dam Yolaada dam of Yuba recoi Belmont Nw of Nutwoodand thirty two re rA - Iiiie n foal J in r- Turkeys Wanted lj Important Notice f MillMSSOta Piir itn Childe Harold two mile record in 504 in England Consuela tri Nora Lee trial 232 in foal Voltigeur trial 230 naught record 22 sire of Lady Thorr Ghtaf trialr- WiilJJ t UW im rf - vir 230 r I rrl o sire of Bess KCCOrU - of C by 3CamB Brisbane Queensland Qobdos Chief Inspector of Stock P E The instructions referred to in tho above letter are as follows farm for seme hogs but tho number that can be kept to the best advantage must bo gauged by the different conditions under which tho farmer is working There is room on every The London Chronicles Hernn cor respondent s v3 that Germany Is not indisposed to relax the prohibition of American pork on condition that the United States agrees to a concession in regard to German imports Â¬ Si 3id dam by Roebuck a pacer 4th dan by Whip a thoroughbred ont M H be superbly bred The above pedigree shin 1 YSSOO Tebi8 due McKke ATkaynok for i I i sires - us 31 ttiAiu iiv tilt mi Mr Geo WJudy will coinmerjpe dress- Hie f rvirv of Hinlliotis serving mtres IiO 1JICI jiai niuu i ing turkc s for u in Richmond about in 1867 1868 ISM ma6 ISM must be Young Portia his dam and grand dam are illutrious matrons with a pacing All mures bred foundation where can you beat it Nov 1st and will pay the highest market paid to Owen KcKee 18SU by McKee Traynor prices for good turkeys delivered at pens farmed in Creek Mad on county Ky SfBook now open Address m having colts living at weaning time Tor prices and further particulars address will be paid for by Owen McKee CO BRENT owner of tbe colls April 14 1890 G1LMAN S BURNAM 43- 1S 29 44-Paris Ky OWEN McKEE w-- T THE CLIMAX Vadaaaday - - Kovembex 20 1690 Etta Keed Etta Reed t ti More Robberies la la t nijrht uiit at the Court House resideiiee fur rent New ami beautiful Bee local n your door at nijlt and keep a guu almut your place BR ami see Etta Keed She comes highly recommended by the iress The fascinating Etta Heed will please the citweus of Richmond for four nights commencing to night Be If any gentleman wants paov aeh xil apply at Thk Climax orlicc we know of laoaacr not far from town repertoire eoaa- iinnienees a four nights engago rt Ho - to night It K teacher of the colored Kirksxille completed the term week and will be married 11 it it ludley Wilki AoL of Jailer Wilk- - beaa lined 100 to jail M days for car a has ar- charge of the Biehaaoaal erieaea Clay w a sick last week r hi- - nephew Ir C C Smith him a dose of medieim Qeaenl baa taken for fortv He is nearly well now M locked but just why Mr Hamilton and his wife did not wake is a mystery The robbers also went up stairs and searched the pockets of the Ix vs takinjr a nickel from one of them A club and a rock were left on the down stairs fhior The same ni ht robliers entered the house of Mr Thompson Keen ami took from the jKickets of his jiants hanging on the foot of his bed one dollar On the wall not a step away was another pair of pants the pockets of which con tained one hundred and twelve dollars The same night robliers entered the house of Mr Zena Kruce at En ion City and went up stairs but Mrs Bruce awoke and frightened them away beiore they secured anything The qaeatioB arises were the thieves local tines or are they from some other locality It is something new under the sun for a whole nejgbborbeod in the country to be robbed of money in a single night Lock your doors and keep a good gun in your house Â¬ Howard it is some times to get bar Prof 15 C Hagerman will fill Elder near Union City ami taking his pants license for Second street Williamsons pulpit this place Sum ay Iran under the head of his bed carried A good many turkeys that have been Kev C P Williamson preached on them into the yard and took from the hid out for a month will come home day Sunday before last in the Sam Jones pockets s to sis The doors were not after to morrow The dog denies that he bit Jake Bron ston says theres tm much fresh meat to be had now to take hold of old bacon Bruce Champ is authority forthe state ment that the shortest sentence contain- Â¬ ing all the letter of the alphabet is pack my bos with five dozen liipior jugs We are willing to try it Mr McKinley was married at Cynthi ana last week to Miss Tondvine Bev Mr Kittle officiating Bat it wasnt Bill McKinley or McKinley of hill fame We are not acquainted with the other party Tie- goose case in quarterly court Moll-da- attracted a food deal of attention It seems that Bad Carmicles geese were in the habit of getting into Ambrose Bhrouts wheat and doing a good deal of damage Shrout was accused of killing tin anil sued for their value Carmicle got judgement for nineteen geese at Ill cents apiece while Shrout was given a verdict for six bushels of Wheat at 90c a bushel Verily if you go to law for damages you Hie Temple of lame The weather last night was all that are apt to get em Sixteen witnesses Oniwowitfc Outlook could have been desired for the enter- claimed attendance tainment by home talent for the benefit COKRESPONDKXCK of the First Presbyterian church and the house was crowded court couaoi iini The throne and surroundings were a Eld Rainy commenced protracted servbrilliant scene of themselves made up of choice fabrics upholstery carpets and ices at the M E Church Wednesday night rug- - and lighted so as to have a decidedly pleasing effect and when tilled with the The young mens debating club is get aaeea and maids of honor was absolute ting to lie quite interesting and is largely ly bewildering attende Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 FriLiy night robbers entereI Mr John D Hamilton I THIN COLUMN RELIGIOUS The EIGHTY YEARS OLD TO DAY- - Annhfrsary of the Birth of lassius M Editoi of Kentucky Waafelaataa Pottj n to morrow Lost Clay the 19th tabernacle at Norfolk Ya to an audi ence of three thousand five hundred He went there in the interest of the Y M C A and pleased his audience so much that he was invited to return and give them another sermon He will dedicate the new Christian church at Shelbyville next Sunday Dr iucrrant of Lexington and Mr Hopper of Fen yville on Wednesday evening last closed a most successful protracted meeting which had been in progress for some ten days or more These gentlemen conducted service and preached to our people twice each day during the continuance of the meeting and many heard the message and came out on the Lords side On Wednesday evening a branch of the Presbyterian church was organized and in a few minutes subscriptions amounting to 1020 were obtained to be applied to the erec-Â¬ tion of a house of Worship for the new congregation ami for all who may be plcaaed to assemble with them JIkiiii rttle Ewtngrmt Â¬ Â¬ of Philadelphia Â¬ Â¬ Mr lake llronston was in town on Monday aid said that the Friday before - epherd dog apmaad t be and hit him through the haml I He to Mr Clifton Bargina mad-and it stuck four times Keep in mind the fact that the Madam r1 Company will aiear at the House next Tuesday night umlcr - ol the ladies of the Episco- Drcfa The company comes well tnd should be well patronized The grading is aboat done on the rfcs road betaeeji Biehaaoad ine and nearly done from Irvine to Winding Stairs lrom the Stairs to ville the grading ia three fourths Kails are laid six miles cast of ond ur eaterprising r of Mr W II ri la to dkimatk rnaaoxAn a of Fame Mrs Jason Walker Maids of Honor Misses Bella Barber -- Sallie Shackelford Delia liamsey Mary Hume Alma Haganaml IV sie Kayburn- Middelton and Shackel Pagi ford - just Smith prop- iV Co at An- - handle their entire on commission They to U the finest fruit of that BBC-Week Kiy- - that aoaiething is drop very aooa Life Mr B C Insarantr Ajceat Potts has beea appointed of the New York Life Insurance of the finest in the World I wry one etter olicj issued from the plain or- liie to the Lti pavnient life en- d atribution all nonfor- 1 lOckSdd in the lieorgetova npanr were sold publicly on Sntge V Payne was the 7 xr share who let Mr - uo nharea of it The to the parcbaaer at once per wee of an additional nd of 30 per cent or more before f tin Timet Tur In xnating Thursday I - proclama- - h v Kovctabei day 1h it the Kentucky Central rail excanaoa tickets Human from all stations at low jhm to return until and A k your tick- eXov for rate and la- sure to inform r inely low ratea ill in effect T - Nv Mr A ii U Agent Louisville arrived on last Fri- t the Three Forks was truly pathetic in Richmond The entertainment was doubt He - at preanat or an office hut that will financial success Prof B De Roode of Lexington was at an early day by a ataat The foundation is already pianist Mr Berry thinks the telegraph PERSONAL tichmoad by January A Sunday train has been put on It A E Boardman is in the city t in the morning and returns at Mrs Gov Eagle is comii the weekly schedule time missioner to the Worlds Fair at Chicago Mil luihi s for the Iuor of liarrodsbu rg MiM Vive Forsyth I h Taylor has returned from a is visiting Misa Bella Harber nil weeks in the mountains Miss Mary McQneeuey of Lexington the place- - she visited was liv is visiting friends and relatives in this at u hich point she found city lady who money and built a Mrs Lizzie Ixwis and her daughter church Thi- - lady informed Mrs Taylor Mis- - Estelle are Ktteata of Mrs Curtis F number of families were in aha Bantam ant for clothing She hits accord Mr F W ligg of Cnaaberland Cap of oll omlertakea to collect a pen the past few days with clothing and ask- - that all petaona who relatives here spare and an Williams has Bev J ae the same with her and ndianapolia F after a sojourn returned to of several ill forward the lox to Livii months in Colorado it you aid the w rk Mis Richard Gbbb Jr of Boyle county who wls visiting her sister Mrs W J kajahajagj Against llir lusur of Bonds Collins has gone home An order has lx eti entered in the Illinois Mi s Lackey of Bloomington of lain county enjoin and Mi s Jennie Lackey of Lancaater are ing the trustee from delivering to the visiting Mrs W M Miller Forks railroad the 100000 in Mr Richard Powell and wife of Clark hv the county of Estill The county came over last week on a visit to recites that the anbaeription was relatives in this their former county procared by arongfal sad illegal Mr Allie Yelton of Milldale accompa hv fraud Col Tom Turner of nied by his wife formerly Miss Grace Mt Sterling Batlflll White Will Lilly Bob Fluty Jim Asheraft and V P Million sKiit the past week with Mr Jmith of the Irvine bar are retained hy William M Ballard this puce the county as attorneys and are to he Prof ShefT after a prosperous stay of two weeks at Armers jewelry store 00 if they win bat fitting glasses to afflicted eyes baa nothing if they Ion it W Ya to visit his It is sale ti say that theyll never to Moiindsville r This is the second visit of the smell a cent of that live thousand anr to Biehrnond A Cousin of Tlie Hm hesa Mrs C M Owens and little son R B The last Thb Climax merely of Morristown E Tenn hare moved to nteatioaed that the Duke and lnichess Richmond where they will reside in the of Mariboruagfa hal recently visited future Mrs Ovens is the wife of C M agtoa and were entertained by wens one of the comjiositors of The IcOoaatt at Ashland the home of Climax Henry lay The distinguished couple Commissioner Bennett of the Worlds visited I d other jilac Fair left last week for Chicago accompa were royally r Miss Jennie Faulkner of Lancas- Â¬ aaU of Ir Wil nied hy Dachaai and Miks Sallie Holt of Frankfort liam Jennings of Kichiuond being a ter n all of Mrs Gov Cantrill daughter of tl Navy and commissioners r Jennings Price of Laacaa- aboul broke the stallion record at ter The mot lrice Stockton Cab Novcmlier 2ttth trotwas a sister of Dr Jenuii father ting the mile on a circular track in bay Marl- - 211 J Stand nil is a lion by Sultan now the property of Ilka Sarah being one of the W H Wilson Abdallah Fark Cythiaiui r of Marl- - K v He made a i during this BBS ho com- ordsmao led the English Nelson on Octo- s manv tattle- ed him 1706 and ity Did made a rding to old Cas- - ber 25 al r er was ry record The pre- es was the g with of New York and was 211 J X I Â¬ i Bobert Hums Will Crow Maud Matter Miss Ban Hacker Jepthas Daughter Miss May Turner Miles Siandish Bobert Hiirnani Mdme Adalina IV ttie Arnold Little Ld FauntleroyMissMalielleTerrill Qeeea Victoria Miss Mary Bennett Yum Yum Miss Mariawillie Smith Michael Angelo Daniel Chenault Judith Shakespeare Man Eatette Lewis scar Wilde French Tipton Qaeen Isabella of Spain Man L Bennett Mrs Partington and Her Son Ike Mrs Stanton Hume and Al Curtis Miss Mary Neale iitas 1 Columbus Flora Lief Dr A E Aultz Mis Mattie McDowell Mary Anderson Buffalo Bill Samuel Kcnnett Sister of Charity Mrs I C Hagermaii Mary Queen f So tt- - M iss Minnie Letcher Mother Goose Man Lacy Crow Portia Mi s Mary Barnaai Kate Greenaway Mrs Sam Dennett lent Harrison and Baby McKee lolies and Kayliss Ben Ilur Frank Kean Susan 1 Anthony Miss Lite Fclan t i rover Cleveland D P Armer Miss Carrie Anderson Maria Theresa Queen SSenobia Mi Susie Lagan Annie Louise Carey Mis- Rollins lhirnam Mrs Jason Walker looked a queen to the queens taste and bore the honor regally A lovelier group of maids of honor could scarcely have been found The pages demeaned themselves courteously and the applicants for the wreath one and all presented their claims attractively and looked strikingly like the distinguished persons they represented The most laughable presentation of the evening was that of Mrs Partington and a Ike The old ladys very ap-Â¬ pearance was mirth producing and one could not look at Ike without a smile Mis- - Logans remarks were in Greek The singing of Mrs Bennett Mrs Bur iiiiii and Miss Arnold was roundly encored At the opening of tbe Conrt of Fame the pieen stated that she would hear the pleas for a laurel wreath ami when the various applicants had passed before her she decided in favor of the Sister ol CharHagerman was especially Mrs ity adapted to the character anil her appeal Fatti--Mis1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Charley Trible of Ikattyviile is visit- Â¬ ing his friends ami parents at this place Will leave in a few days Mr Louis Bradford and Miss Bettie Williams of FainviUe wen- guests of G F Edwards and family last week Farmers have commenced gathering corn killing hogs and hauling in their winters fuel Ooing to enjoy the winter Fox hunting is getting to be a very popular pastime with some of the young people of this place Charley Campbell better known as Blue Jeans makes it hot for em The ladies of this place have recently organized a sewine society imposing a line o live cents on every member who tatties or talks gossip Although they have been organized four weeks the treasurer has purchased a new safe with numerous other office fixtures and has a surplus ol s o at present loss thing isn t it Mohawk lx -- i Â¬ - i uu-th-- I Â¬ Â¬ I Dr II of Mid dleaborough are at Alexanders Hotel They were married early yesterday morning at the brides home in Richmond and are going South on a bridal trip Dr Cohan is a prominent and wealthy physician and is a brother of D G Cob soii the Kepuhlican Committee Chairman in the eleventh district His bride was Mi s Nannie BoggB of Kichiuond r Journal The society event of the season in this city was the marriage Thursday night 0 Walter Jackson and Miss Fannie Ander son Morton at the Presbyterian church The church was handsomely decorated with flowers and plants for tbe occasion and everything moved as smoothly and harmoniously as could Ik4 desired The building was filled to overflowing with relatives and friends of the contracting parties Lohengrins wedding march was beautifully rendered by the choir The bridal couple was preceded bytbeattend ants Mis es Lela Bean Annie Suddutb Addie Hodgkin and Ix ila Croxton of this city Bessie Barbour of Kichiuond and Jennie Morten of Shelbyville Will Massie Joe K Robinson Sam A Jeffries Kobt Gay this city John Van Lear of Shreveport La and K Tate Irvine of Big stone hip Ya The words which bound them for life were pronounced by Kev J J Chisolm in a very solemn and impressive manner and were beautiful and well chosen The brides costume was of white siik with diamond ornaments and bridesmaids were also attired in white and carried bomjuets of roses and smilax The hap Â¬ py couple left at once for Ix xington where they took the train for the grooms home at Shrevcport La The bride is one of our most accomplished young ladies while the groom is a thorough hus ines man and holds a lucrative and re sponsible jiosition with the Union oil Mills of that place II tw hater DtmocrmL The marriage of Miss Sulie Wicklille of this city and Mr Edgar BoggB of Richmond was consummated at the Methodist Episcopal church Wednes day evening 19th at 5 oclock The church was neatly and tastefully arranged the principal decorations being ferns and chrysanthemums The altar railing was covered with cedars ami mistletoe a bank of ferns and chrysanthemums was formed in the back while over all was suspended a veil of cedar The fioor and pulpit was covered with white fur rugs Mrs Otto Lcbus presided at the organ in her usual graceful style At the appointed hour the bridal party en tered to the lovely strains of Dihen grius wedding march the ushers Dr Addams Otwell Erazet Kobt Wicklille and Will Mclntvre of Millcrshurg preceding them to the altar The bride ensured on the left on the arm of her Maid of Honor Miss Christine Kieckel the groom on the right on the arm of best man D M Chenault of Kichiuond When they reached the altar Miss Keickel entcicd the left arch Mr Chenault the right the bride and groom the center where they were met by Kev Dr Cooper who with a short but impressive ceremony made them man and wife The organ then pealed forth Mendelaaohns wedding march The bride went oat on the arm of the groom the Maid of Honor with Miss Wicklille is a mo t InSt man and the charming blue grass belle daughter of Mr J C Wickliffe an ex Mr Boggs fe dry goods merchant fine young business man of Richmond The bride was attired in a stylish green velvet suit the Maid of Honor in a ruby velvet suit the groom and his attend ants in the usual style Mr Bug ler was married to Dr Colston on Wed and came down to the f morning wedding when they all left for Lewav ville on the morning train Cynthinna Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ MATRIMONIAL c CYJaon and bride i Â¬ i four-year-o- four-year-o- j i000000 Gen Favette Hewitt and otbj Frankfort have booaht the tamous Kentucky Mfllitary Institute situated mar Tin consideration WM Frankfort The grounds comprise 125 acres of fine old forest land Gen Hewitt Tresi ooaapany expecta to raise tacky Military Institute to a high scientific and military school and expects to by liberal advertising in the South and in Mexico and tei that will South America to b equal any school Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ inrtant the Hon Cabana M Clay of Kentucky the most historic personage in America now living will be eighty years old The story of his long eventful and stormy life reads more like romance and fiction than the true and faithful histoiy of scenes incidents and events in which he was a participant Coming from a Insure with the N Y Life grand historic stock cradled in Yirginia over a hundred million 427 he inherited their will and courage and Wlint Intcnl was endowed with all the attributes ami lie When 1 was at the theater the qualities that make Dp the highest type of other night I could sec nothing hut lar American manhood dies hats Mole than titty years ago Gen Clay Census Figures Well what else does She surprised was the wealthiest young man in Ken According to the bulletin issued by any one go to a theater for -- Munseys tucky Blessed with a finished education the Census Office Kentucky municipalWeekly and scholarly attainments with an im- Â¬ ities have a debt of 6502300 in We wish to wind up oar posing personal presence and bearing of the r resounes against id iS551 in the honored name of Clay there was no in 880 The tiiriires for the principal business by January 1st and office within the gift of the Common Â¬ indebtedness are as follows Louisville hope aii parties indebted to us wealth which he could not have secured 8189000 Newport Sl072OOS Dayton if he had identified himself with the pro will favor us with a settle- Â¬ 138114 OwenslHro fajCfttOlatfeffaV slavery sentiment of the State But he 000 Frankfort 2- 241500 Danville ment of their accounts before sacrificed all hopes all ambition all hon- 800 Hopkinsville Danville 25000 or by that time ors and dedicated his time talents and llopkinsville Paris and Richmond have princely fortune to the cause of emanci- Â¬ resounes in excess of their indebted Urmston Crooke Bennett pation Standing singly and alone in the LiziiKjton Leadi r 23 r Â¬ In the last issue of the Western Rec- very campa of the enemy he periled his Insure Look well before you leap order will be found some resolutions of life as no man has ever periled it upon DIED Y with the N Lite The strongest the Tennessee State Baptist Convention tbe battlefield Life Insurance represented in the Coun- Â¬ on the temperance question which we David Hudson died on Wednesday He spoke for free speech upon his na24 commend to the careful perusal of the tive soil and with eloquent tongue plead- Â¬ Nov 10th at his home mar Bcrea in ty rantankerous people woo want to do by ed the cause of human liberty and the Madison county Ky aged 07 years WANTED legislation what the church can only shackled slave Denounced by both of Interment at the McWilliains burying nceeaafafly accomplish The resolu- the old political parties bitterly assailed ground near Menelaus A position as book keeper or salesman tions oppose the adoption of anything by their party press and public speakers Miss Willie Gibson daagbtaf of the with some good clothing or dry goods that will in any way be reasonably in- Â¬ pursued bv irmed men determined to late Robert Gibson of Sunerset and house in Richmond Have had twelve terpreted into converting the Baptist de either silence him or destroy him he niece of William GibeOB deceased of this years expeience at practical Book keeping nomination into a political machine stood up in their presence unawed un Â¬ piace died recently at the home of her and retailing goods For particulats ap- Â¬ looking to low or high license to local daunted and fearless of their threats or sister Mrs Robinson at Meridian Miss ply at The Climax office 23 24 State or National prohibition and its their assaults He was brave courageous of typhoid fever A Wne Irecantinn ministers are requested not to identify and a stranger to fear and amid dangers Rev O D Henderson died at his home Miss Cptown I Colonel Creytop themselves with outside organizations to ana penis tiat rew men WOUIO Have en on Stat on Camp creek in Estill county would like to introduce an old fries 1 of injury but devote their time to countered he defied his assailants and their on Tuesday Novemlier 25th 1890 aged mine a soldier one of the 15alaklava preaching the morality of the gospel often met them in what seemed to him a years He had been in feeble Six Hundred about confident to tbe solution of this partic- Â¬ deadly conflict Miss Cptown One of the AEs Hun- Â¬ He was a minhealth tor some months I hotter soe ular feature of intemperance as well as He was a Republican before there was ister of the Christian church and the dred Oh Colonel hadnt Life mamma first all intemperance is in the constant per- Â¬ a Republican party and alone laid the Rich highest Mason in Estill county sistent and never ceasing business of foundation of its principles on the soil of Wer comma coming right along The mond Commandery was notified to attend preaching repentance toward Cod and Kentucky people are no fools They know where to Â¬ the hmeral to morrow at the home buryfaith toward our Lord Jesus When the war came Lincoln intrusted ing ground He was a giMxl man and get the best goods for the least money F Journal - 5 Co Sen Clay With the defense of this CapiWcckesser will lie much missed His mu ic and will ami courage were To day The Post concludes its series of tal New RaaataBM for Rent Memorial articles on the Cincinnati church census eipial to twenty regiments of men with About December 1st I with to rent my Iu honor of Isaac J Faubus died cto by showing our growth in the peat ten glistening bayonets When dangerpassed residence on Broadway now in course of years According to Lot Wrights fig Lincoln commissioned him to Russia the ber 18 1890 at his residence in Jackson Seven rooms two large construction ures Cincinnatis population in the past greatest empire on earth and all men county Kentucky halls bath room cistern etc At a meeting held by the members of ten years has increased in round num know how sU aily Clay held the Emperor Edgar C Boggs the bar at McKee Jackson county ujion as the linn fist friend of the Fnion bers from 250000 to 296VD0O again of qo bunches of bananas for Christmas KK During a visit to this Capital last year motion of C S Martin the Hon Bobert The church membership The Iost as- being in perfect health and blessed with Boyd wis elected chairman and Chas G week at 5 10 and I5 cents per dozen at secretary whereupon it Weeks 425 certains has increased from Hii74 to a well stored mind and great intellectual Miilzeniergh was moved that the chair appoint a com139886 a gam of 431912 This ap power manv friends urged his appointDonelson has a quantity ot new Sulpears to be an abnormal increase ment as minister to Russia and he was mittee on resolutions and the following kies Surries and Buggies of the newest cream By glancing at the table which willing to go for a year or two as he de Â¬ membei s of the bar were appointed as nd most popular pattern and at very C 8 Martin James folows it will be seen that of the lli7 sired to revisit the capital where a quar- said committee viz reasonable figures Cincinnati churches 142 report increas- ter of a century ago he rendered his coun- Â¬ M Sebastian W II Clark A H Clark all we care We dont want the earth ed membership while 21 have held try such valuable service But it was Henry C Haalewood John L Jacobs for is your pocket book F Wei their own and only four have lost num- said he was too old although there were who offered the following resolutions J Co foafraf by the Jackson County A general summary of older men in public life in this country erical strength How chivalrous and ap- Bar that we learn with deep regret that the articles of The Post series which be and in Europe for your family in the event of Provide preciative of Clays services was Senator in the c mrse of human events one of the death Insure with the New York Life gun last Saturday is as follows lie remarked that he Would be memben of this bar has nana called from See B C Potts 290300 Hawley Population in Cincinnati 24 27 willing to send him to Russia even with his labors and leaves liehind him the Persons elligible to church mem candy at We ks 5000 pounds of French memory of an honorable and well spent bership 205000 the risk of his dying at sea to be sold at 10 cents a pound 24 5 If the Kepuhlican party can afford to life Actual membership KKS8ti Hon I J Faubus the subject of these tin774 treat with neglect and ingratitude Eipertentl floret Nan Female membership resolutions has been a practicing lawyer Ned Bunco in alarm checking his 2s- - man who stood guard and sentinel when Manual workers in the churchHold Bill Skinned that Ii Viso its young life was in peril Clays fame for shoot thirty five years before his confrere Average church attendance will tower grandly above it all and out- death which occurred on the 18th day of duck onco last year I remember him Increase in the membership hi 10 well vears 42912 live the petty politicians of the hour October 1880 in Jackson county Kv at Bunco Bill Well whats the matter Lincoln trusted and honored him and his boaae at the ripe age of 88 vears His Dont you suppose the man has earned incinnati Just those who steadily followed Lincoln as relations to tbe fraternity were alwavs any money since Life Communicated Important religious revivals are in well as millions of the race whose fetters kind and he was generous to a fault As Littles Barber Shop Uemowl he aiiied to break will enroll his name a husband he was kind he left no chil progress in many parts of the Northwest dren of his own but was a father to the George T Little has removed his barThe wave of political excitement that with that of the martyr President poor children around him and his kind- - ber shop down street to the house former October is 1800 Jams II Embby preceded the election seems to be followbenevolence was often felt in ly occupied by Sanders cigar store sec ed by a deeper and more earnest con- Â¬ many an humble home He has lieen a ond door from Herndons corner He NEWS rAKAGRAlIIS viction that there are other interests beconsistent member of the Christian invites his old patrons and the public gensides those of mere money making that Customers pr 50000000 foreign capital has been in Â¬ church lor niany years and died in the erally to call demand our consideration One of the Everything ch an atui vested in Virginia during the last five triumphs of a christian faith We ex- waited upon most important of these religious awak tend to the widow of the deceased our class and the best of work done 13 enings was in the town of Oberlin Ohio years fraternal svmpthyand condolence in her Ed Joms baa been sent to jail at Ilar where under the labors of Mr D lay We are still here and if the Lord is willrodsburg lor one year for cursing in the bereave lent Mills more than seven hundred ing expect to knock competition higher i nVadafd that the Echo and CunA2 than a kite about Xmas Weckesser expressed their determination of hading rmirt room be requested to publish these resolutions another life Both there and elsewhere Co The Hon Harvey Wattenxm of Louis24 25 and that the same be spread at large on there was entire unanimity among all ville is the sole survivor of the Twenty IS C Potts agent for the N Y Life the records of this court and that the Christians in the different denomina fifth Congress clerk be requested to transmit a copy of has written over 0000 since tbe 20th of tions in their devotion to work of reforCharles Good paster 12 yearn old waa then resolutions to the widow August in the county 24 27 mation Indeed Mr Mills maki killed in Montgomery county last week n motion of C S Martin the court ad- Â¬ Why pay one horse dealers two prices condition of his laboring with the by a rolling log journed or the day in honor of the mem when Week offers you bitter goods for churches that they shall heartily unite n Thursday last John Stepp a George- Â¬ ory of the deceased almost half the money in the work 24 25 C S Martin- It must be obvious to all thinking per- town colored boy was killed on the race Mr Geo Horatman Piano Tuner of A HCi k sons that Christianity lies at the basis track at Nashville Tenn J AMKS M ISKHvSTI v Mil ward Co of Lexington will visit Tbe Merchants Rank of Paintsville of our civilization The conversion of Hsxm C llAZLKwoon r111Richmond once a month Orders at W HCAKK with a capital of 10000 to be organised men to Christ and a higher and better Whites Drug store will receive prompt J L Isaac s of Christian character here before long PrntHtmntte Paragraph development 21 24 On motion of Henrv Haalewood that attention among professed Christians would do James A Saunders died suddely while Ladies when in town shopping will find more than all othei things to increase on the way home from Lancaater last these resolutions be adopted as a whole and the motion being seconded the same the elegant Ladies Dining Room at Weeks He had lieeu for a doctor for individual happiness and promote the Thursday a pleasant place to rest 24 25 stand adopted as read questions his wife welfare Political general ClIAS Ci MfLZEXBERoll For Ovpr Firiy Yum nseil for would lie of vastly easier solution and Dr Louis S McMurtry of Danville Has WrraixiWs StKTHii Syarp has been rotary iver fifty years by milllis uf mthrs for their party politics far purer and better if only was elected President of the Southern chlMren while tecihliiir with pcrfret iikh It soothes the child soft 01m the trams allays men were actuated bv the Christ like Surgical and Gynecological Society at At- About four thousand car loads ot or Â¬ cures wind colic ami Is the best remelv Is it not time that Kentucky Spirit lanta on Thursday anges says the Michigan Farmer will rhcea I will relieve the poorInlittle sufferer Imevery part of the mediately Sold by DruKtrlsts world 2S cents a bottle Re sure and ask for Mrs Christians should undertake with re Col Jack Chinn sold 12 tine fox be shipped from California this season Wlnlowt Soothiwr Syrui and take no other kind and will bring into the State about two newed ami greater earnestness the hounds this week to Col Tub Rroderick A groat many new million dollars Too Kislty for Him work of winning men to the service of of Chicago at from fSO to 90 each groves have been planted so that the Uncle Humstfil Xo James I cant our Lord Harrodtburo Saying trees from homo nurseries have been stay all night with ye Id like to but II II H Bcrea Ky Nov 20 exhausted and thousands imported from New York is an awful dangerous place Clifton A Gteea druggist at Mitchells and I must be gettin home A novel creation has been completed burg Boyle county let bis gun fall while Florida James Upton New York dangerous by the Pullman works the only church getting over a fence and it discharged Gratifying To AIL How do you make that out uncle on wheels m the world It is construct- shooting him through the wrist His The high position attained and the Uncle II urns ted Why I see there ed according to the ideas of the Rev hand was amputated universal acceptance and approval of the were over two hundred thousand myste- Â¬ Wm D Walker Episcopal bishop of pleasant liquid fruit remedy Syrup of rious disappearances here this year Wednesday evening about 11 oclock the diocese of North Dakota and is in- Â¬ in Dock Baileys saloon in Proctor James Upton Where did you get your En Figs as the most excellent laxative known figures tended for u e in the small villages gene Dickeraon of this place was shot illustrate the value of the qualities on Uncle Humsted From the Federal along the railroads in that section of the ami killed by John sizemore of Proctor which its success is based and are abuncensus Puck From each ride midway the country dantly gratifying to the California Fig Beattyvittt Enterjn two extreme- - is a slight projection If you want to buv a Sulky Surrey Syrup Company The Cincinnati Southern sleeping car Buggy or Carriage call on Donelson for Gothic in form which rises to the Lookout for a drop in Holiday Goods at he has the latest best and cheapest 5- height of what is known as the second that was demolished in the late w reck at Junction Cityjaaaud through ieorgetown Weeks 24 25 deck This Bishop Walker says is for Dont fail to look at our toys Weckes- Â¬ IO VouWant a Situation the purpose of giving the car more the Thrsdav afternoon for Ludlow It reser Si Co 24 25 quired three can to haulthe debris of the The car is io appearance of a church Then qjalify yourself for same by atwrecked deeper Timn Sbeep For Sale feet long and 10 feet wide Its interior tending the Commercial College of KenA patriotic neighbor of Fayette county I have 2300 sheep for sale including is finished m oak after the Gothic style tucky Univerity Lexington Ky Nearly At one end is a room devoted to the has a quilt which when completed will be 400 graduates of this famous college the 1000 select ewes 10- II H Colver bishops use The main body of the car a perfect map of Kentucky The counties past year are keeping books three securcontains a chancel altar lectern bap arc marked by colors their names being ing positions in Lexington banks last week To Loan Money for mortgage on tismal font a bishops chair and a cab embroidered and the rivers are worked and two nore sought by merchants at a first class real estate inet oran There are seats for 7o peo- It will be a curiosity well worthy of a salary of i 000 each Large number of Mrs K G Higgins 2- 2I first conceived the idea said conspicuoua place at the Worlds Fair in graduates of the phonographic and teleple taes about six years ago Bishop Walker graphic departments also secured fine po- Â¬ when 1 began my labors in the diocese Kentuckys taxable property this year sitions Send for illustrated circular FOR circuit cocbt clerk There are a number amounts to 512100000 The tax on of North Dakota Wilbur R Smith President B O POVFII of little towns now practically barred this is i of Speedwell Is a candi cents on the 100 and gives Lexington Ky v date tor Circuit Court Clerk of M idison from church privileges It is for these the State a raven on of something like county subject to the action of tlie Demo Toys until you cant rest at Weckesser cratic party io- people that the church on wheels has 2176400 In 1880 the total revenue Co -- 4 5 It is not possible to for general been constructed governmental purposes NEW ADVERTISEMENTS NOTICE as igii a misionary or rector to these scliool sinking fund etc reached s CMCttJUM OLD bTRYIXU towns They are too small to support HH7TU 1 1 fonder GRUIND one My cathedral car is by no means James 11 Howell of Rooneville while This is not the only bringing home a lot of cattle from hast denominational Notice is given to persons who have re- Remaining unclaimed in the Post Otfice in the world For a Tennessee was killed near Cumberland latives or friends buried in the old buri ing at Richmond Kv week ending Nov 18 church on wheels 1S00 ground or Main street in Richmond that Appleton year or more a great church on wheels y a young man named Simmons McDonald Sallie J W Aunenkoir-Trms-Caskia- n has been operated on Jen Norton Ant Howell lived long enough to say that he we will proceed to have the remains of all Ballard Tenex M railway going back and met a young fellow carrying a musket persons tlerein buried removed at our ex- Black Allen Pace J B l Price Amelia forth between ObOOU Ada on the Cas and wearing a blue coat after he had pense to be cemetery unless removed by Bradley Jiles Kaisden Naihan pton and Bokhara serving the Rnadan gone a few steps he was shot in the hack relatives or friends Done by order of the Ballew Hannah Reenes Willie Ballard Kittie soldiers and government employes and Simmons was arrested on suspicion and city council WMMILLER Bogie Allie F Richardson Ellen railway men along that 1600 miles Executor Malcolm Miller Campbell Nannie Stanley Frank 23 24 Collins Nannie Mrs Spears Wallace of desert road The nominating list for the great Terre Dixon Robert After four or five years of unsm Spears Fannie F T Mrs ecting for oil in the Sandy Valley Haute M 1000 purse for foals of 1S90 to Duncan William Jo C Scott cx Bourlion and Hugh and just when moat all oil men had given be trotted during August IV4 numbers Ford Thomas M Win Scott ex Clarkite now both of Gorden Ellen Triple Siielp up in despair the Vincent oil Company MS There are fan it full brothers and Harris Patv we asked standing together Todd Ann l mck a fine quality of lubricating iiiiny of the phenomenal record Harris George Walker Jacob T Well What kin art you two Washington Matilda The Vigo association is to be Herndon H D oil at Blaine Lawrence county which breakers fathers were twin brothers and our B House D Wag Bell en were Bieters Misses Spahr Three of will yield HX barrels per day at a price congratnk Unl not only on the great suc Johnston Thos Weate John mt hae vindicated its enterprise of perhaps 1350 per barrel Land has tt brothers married the Miller J 8 Williams E S - sagacity that dictated it KJ Miller Tyler per but th Whitley Henry We were both reared in Clark increase in value from Spahr Be EtUerjir Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p m but since shes gone Republican we dis One car load of Florida oranges due for Money own her until si 0 K things u the the Holidays at your own price F prompt orderm and 6registered letter hours to p m 7 a oktan Weckeessor Co J B WILLIS f 1 -Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Christ--StanforÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ being heard but none funnier than the story of Fleener Giltson from the headwaters of the Big Sturgeon creek in Jack- Â¬ son county Fleener came here 200 miles to testify against a man for sidling a pint Witness was of all kdlj in a graveyard placed on the stand and told to proceed with is story as to why the whisky was We He said sold ii a graveyard wcry i buryin of old Mrs Marcum who died of the fever and hit were cold and Bob Lincutn he let Jack Gibson have half a pint 1 seen hit myself and done drank Considering that hit were some of it cold and that they were a burvin of Commissioner Crail old Mis Marcum dismissed this case on the general principle tin t a little moonshine at a burying LewavtBe 1unt is not out of order Â¬ DRESS MAKINti 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 those heretoSatisfacfore employed in Richmond tion guaranteed Mrs Stones line of millinery surpa any thing she has ever before offered at this season and asks that the ladies come and inspect her display Â¬ 1891 HOG KILLING Ilarpers R ft V Miitifuzine tv TIME 15 AT HAND The important series of papers on South America by Theodre Child wUI be du continued in Hasm ring the greater articles on eiouthern California Dudley Warner will also be contin- Â¬ ued Attrac- Â¬ Among other note tions will be a novel bv Charles Eobebt Craddock a collection of original draw W M now pub- Â¬ lished for tl s novel and illustrated bvGKOKGB D M airier a novelette by William Df and a series idon Tixkray tod can mv voir by In the number and variety of illustrated papers and ether art timelv inter Walter Uesant V Batcher Knives character mainta which it llAams M ha- - Meat Cutters Lard Kettles Lard Cans HARPERS PERIOD Prr HARPERS MAGAZINE II HARP HARPERS YOUNG IRPKRS WEEKLY co 4 00 4 PI 00 c LuiteU States Camaaaamd Hex The with th year current at ri in tie Hnrper P M POPE Cheaper find I for bin paid than you can Index to 1 them elsewhere These good were bought before the McKinley Bill got in its work o Remittances should be trade Office Money Order chanc by to avoid Harper I Brother HARPER BROTH HAVE A FINE SELECTION OF Address New York HEATHS COOK AND HEATING IiOALYAR STOVES -- My 1 JUST COME IN- - All Ends All of Coal Â¬ Nut Ltinip and Anthracite Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BODOHT THEM TO SELL DELIVERED Parti of the City Â¬ 5- Â¬ Â¬ 1 C VLL Â¬ Â¬ AM SEE ME ery DER S or M II P M POPE NEXT DOOR TO POST OFFICE IHiitt rrfif Mh BET r 1 HMLWII iimu - Double Daily Except Sunday SCHEDLLK Â¬ P is in Â¬ The FIVE CENT full blast now S COlNTER I WEST - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North East West and South west FAST LINE BETWEEN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Riclini Â¬ Lexington SrlnMluIr- Cincinnati lV 111 Effect Ex No 2 pith No i Dally 1V1 H CityLots forSale I Â¬ Â¬ SOLTH tsolNl 8a ji Â¬ Ivt lVi Arr Inetn I i retxly for fully u 11 have a few id m for fently ed of Â¬ Paris Arr Lexington Ive Paris Arr Wtnchenter Arr llKtiniont Arr Lancanter Arr Hianforil Ive ttieliiuood- Arr Btrsn Arr Livingston NORTH BOUND Lve Livingston raliontli Iw CylithisillH Lve i 1210 pm j 111 121 135 pm 51 j 1 5 4 1100 pm - any in pm m m 35 pm MMBMB Persons who I will do well to ex will only place a m round plot of I nt I bare at Dr Poyiils olTi e T S BRONSTON 7- the city the ElSuuKiSuo1 800 am m 1025 1145 am No ft No I Daily DISSOl TION NOTICES The firm of Collins v - in Furn dertak da v dissolved bv mutual cor en Deatherage ret ed to tl Iavments mav be ma Ma Deathei I r Cn- - Â¬ Arr Richmond Lve stnnfonl Lve Lancaster Arr Richmond Arr V Ive Bsflm zzz a T77Zr Mr 700 am 10 j Lve Richmond joam jSN am 3j IS4pm u5p 6 10 7 Ait Winchester - a m ZZZ17 am - - Lexington Lve Paris Lve yulhtunu Lvo Kalinoiitli Arr Covington Arr Cineinimli Ive pm 2 245 pm 315 pm 411 pm 540 pr yn pm 754 am 824 am 91s am 105c am an HER AGE 4 The Richmond Piano Compinv A F Thornton J N I Deat Â¬ MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND Lve CliK innall Lve Covington Dally lx Sun Ex Sun 700 755 819 843 933 mutua PJoll J M S CO N il U A1HERAGE Â¬ Paris Arr Millfnburg Carlisle 44 IxinKton am am am i REMOVAL I Johnson ilaysvllle am am 1010 am 625 pm 716 pm 755 pm HAVE MOVED MY SOUTH BOUND Lve Maysville Tarlisle Millersburx Arr Paris Lexinitton Covington No 10 Dully Daiiv Ex Sun Ex Sun 520 a m 650 am 57 Blacksmith Shop to mv new building on Third Street j the where I have every facilir best of work more rapidly than ever be- Â¬ fore Will be pleased to see all my old pa-Â¬ tron and many new ones jTjBRemember I have moved to Third Street bet Iivine and North Sreets 11- Â¬ Â¬ Johnson 150 320 345 410 610 fcj7 ps pm pm p m Â¬ am 75 am 740 1044 835 a m pm pm Cincinnati 1050 a m Â¬ - MIDRIFF Â¬ Â¬ cinnall Puns No No No H No -- Kuusduily from Lexfnxiou to Cln Arrive Â¬ Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS Â¬ Â¬ LIST OF LETTERS Â¬ Leaves Cincinnati ri p m Arrives 70o p in Exrepl Sunday Leave Falmouth tow a iu Arrives Cincinnati 7ij a in Except Sunday TltAlN MjTKS No I runs dIly except Bauda between Lex uuatl No 4 runs d iHy between Cincinnati and Lexintctou HOT rutins No tj ami Kilmouth Ae romruolation No now depart from new 011 1th below John Si Nu IK Trains No and Falmouth Ac Â¬ commodation No 7 now arrives at new Ith St Depot on Itli below John St Nox 2 and 6 make connections at Winches- Â¬ M V Ry ter for points 011 the N N IMPORTANT Trains of this line now ar- Â¬ rive at and depart from the Centrnl Union Lexington IfeOOam iVIiivs llinpt Humliy io4o a m 7 BIBLES FOR EVERYBODYf The Madison County Bible Society has Bro at the drug store of Stockton Richmond a lare number of Bibles and Testaments They otter them at extremely low prices to those who are able to buy way to all who and propose are not able to buy out the county are requested to see that the poor of their respective v supplied W L CRUTCIIER President Mad Nat B- 49 48 Falmouth 1 Â¬ I iit rtli Lust and West Through Tickets tnd tfcuiuntje Checked to any rssxBtd by a iut iroud m or call on any agent of the Cum pan W L ML Nsun Trav Ptuwr CiucluuHtl O S F R MOUSE Jew Pass A Cincinnati H E HUNTINGTON V Pres lien Manr F R CARR Agent Richmond Ky Ueneral Offices Chamber of Commerce Build lug Cincinnati O Passetif ueti ion for 10t EAST MAIN hTUKET We have opened a first eiasB shop trjd e th elegant f and sharp razor 43- throughout M 11 ser Nil ve double cm n ys between daily train Cln- - - C MOO J EL THOMAS B AYRES 1 I have moved my Blacksrritn and Wood Shop to my two story buiding on Third Street and am prepared to do blacksmithing and wood work in a true M Esute I CoIIeeuns Agenc RICH- - TTAVING RETURNED TO Â¬ 1 workmanlike manner empoy sSilled workmen Bring your work to or me and I will guarantee satisfaction cou u S L MIDKIFF s MEMORIES Th r r HMki al uri - I es- - r Bjft rtn- - Th- poor old foaail you Oh have a little patience will yon You envy me my visitors I look upon it as something Just take another look at that right eye and see if you think it has improved fearful to have a woman fussing about An- - pM r a i j But this woman Well when the boarders came in to din- W IMs m tme tkmmt I tell you Jackson theyre all alike Al 1M trr alh of the Well Im roing bone Suppose Ill be towt Go- Â¬ in torrrents until Kate goe back ccs w hear where the pine trees ing too I tell you Jackson itll never arc siptir do never sir Never let a rattle T the BOB at a day that has Hed brained woman break into ones business affairs is my motto Heres your car Froci ccmoiiec eaee that we IbbiiiiI were You go down while I go up Good sassal -Â¬ D 0 o sat ir - m ibbbI Bt s B- IHktfAtl I ti Bosh JacVson when a man begins to call a woman a regal creature bo shows evident signs of mania Theyre all alike Jackson every one of them They all want to trap trap trap And Men nothing but men what Go home Jackson and sleep it off You would glide rapidly in the direction of the floor The rack seemed human it was so malicious The pegs seemed to be greased But it didnt black yonr eyes and I asked impa- Â¬ lay you up did it tiently Fifteen minutes later John Warner was warmly greeted by a beautiful woman his sister Kate Kaie for Loavens sake dcnt choke ear r Biscunar me to death Im glad to see you and Aaa we thick of the past aad we learn of the ped as his eyes fell upon BB1 I the other occupant of the room She at the tUe fat the future to be -- la ot the creams pleasant was petite a blonde and had dimpling And hear the wild lauasm BBaqi la from cheeks lovely eyes and a shy reticent taesaa air that was innocence and simplicity Their lires linked with oars a the aaaeaeata itself Sometimes love take years to spring blossom that grow bb4 the I John Warner the plain man of business was enmeshed in tariBBatl lha at aalaai - laaaaa u JACKSOS WAS IX BED i- bbbw rpeB Hjxsob Is Ptiladi A MATTER OF BUSINESS ner they would put their hats and coats on that bat rack The racket you heard was caused by that infernal Jerusalem how that arm hurts How long does it take to heal a broken an Go on with the O I dont know After dinner two of the boarders Flyma went to get their coats and hats Now there is bad blood between those chumps all on ac Â¬ count of both of them being sweet on Maria my da At last I will hear the story 1 mur- Â¬ mured beinaer reached Well when - his hat that fiendish bat rack He re Coor slid four otherand simul placed them all but taneously the lower row of pxgs shed ug there Pick that hat oop don quick said floor Flyrn join tin to - How Two Ladies Visit to New tk Terminated HE one particn-aon in his i Iter puzzled John r as he leaned his arms upon his and read desk and Bp WHKS HIS 61S TER IXTBODrCEP HIM I It ran i- - ROAD MAKING a Very Impor Â¬ tant Sabjeot The following extracts from The En- Â¬ gineering and Building Records prize essay on road making by S C Thomp- Â¬ son New York contain many valu- Â¬ able facta A man can walk up a slope of 100 in 130 and a horse or mulo can ascend an incline of 100 in 175 and it has been found by experiment that a horse pull- Â¬ ing his maximum load on a level can pull but four fifths as much if the slope is made 1 in 50 and this gradually lessens until with a slope of 1 In 10 he can draw but one fourth as much as his level load The maximum grade es- Â¬ tablished by tho French Government board of engineers is 1 in 20 The Holy bead road in Wales uses 1 in SO as a maximum except In two cases The road over the Simplon Pass averages 12 2 on Italian side and 1 to IT on Swiss side with one case of 1 to 1 3 and in this State several turnpike roads are limited by law to 1 in 11 In laying out a road with regard to grades have a continu- Â¬ ous inclination in one direction and do not allow any counter grades for in as- Â¬ cending each foot descended on a coun tde means just so much more ri3e to be overcome Whero the road way is too wide it usual- Â¬ ly results in no part being kept in good repair while if it was narrowed the whole could be kept in first class condi Â¬ tion at less expense and a we road of even twenty feet width is far preferable to a road but half maintained of double the width In laying cut it may be advisable to take a strip con- Â¬ siderably wider than the intended road- as to provide for possible con Â¬ tingencies in the future when the land becomes more valuable Lay out suffi- Â¬ ciently wide but build only so much as can be kept in thorough repair Tho al requirements of a good road Â¬ bed are that it shall be practically un yieldingsmooth on the surface and impervious to water and without requirements there can be but littlo Some Practical Hints o Â¬ CHEAP HURDLES They Are Easily Made and Suitable for Either Sheep or Poultry The illustrations represent a very cheap and convenient form of portable hurdle for sheep and also one for poul- Â¬ try The first shown in Fig 1 Is mado of inch boards sixteen feet long and three or four inches wide nailed at each end to an upright cross piece of similar Diagonal width and four feet long PEACH TROUBLES A Dl -Remedy Crl n - r 77 FIG L s 2u s a u Â¬ BOARD HURDLE braces of the same material are nailed on each panel as shown in the engrav ing When the posts have been driven into the ground where the hurdle is to stand tho panels are carried and fast-Â¬ ened to the n by light flexible wires The panels are light and effective In Known ProL L H Bailey in Bulletin XIX of the New York Cornell Experiment Station on the condition of fruit grow- Â¬ ing in Western New York gives the follow ing of general Interest on peaches which he says have suffered from three enemies The chief cause of the loss of fruit this year in Western New York is he says undoubtedly the curl leaf a fungous disease Taphrina drforman also written Exo itcu Aeforaum and Ateomyet Fig I shows a dtforman diseased The leaves become leaf curled crumpled and distorted early In the season and soon fall Nearly all the leaves fell from peach trees last spring over a large extent of country This loss of foliage caused the death of the young fruits Tho disease soon runs its course and new leaves appear In vigorous orchards it seldom Injures Its most seri Â¬ tho trees to any extent ous feature is its indirect effect upon tho young fruit in cases of bad attacks CnrcaUo Yellow for Which aa Yet No Lf b g Georgia and has been used by millions of people with the best results It and herbs Purely entirely of roots forests of from the DO YOU KNOW a vegetable compound THAT CURE5 All manner of Blood diseases from the pestiferous little boil on your nose to the worst cases of inherited blood taint such as Scrofula Rheumatism Catarrh and W C HAVE FITZPATRIGK PRECISELY WHAT YO0 WANT IN KITCHEN WE REFER TO CO SKIN OINCER tree Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed Swift Sracinc Co Atlanta Ga THE UNSURPASSED Â¬ HUMPHREYS Da HraTHRKTs STKriFics crvfiillr prepared prescriptions used for many years In prl late practice with sacceaaand forever people Krery tingle Spe used by deed the sovereign rcmedicsef tneWorld are scientifically and the thirty Tears named ctacle a special cure foe tne illaradrugging purg These Specifics core without ing or reducing the system and are in fart and I FIO 2 LATH nUBDLE case tho ground Is so bard as to render it difficult to drive the posts the work may be facilitated by the use of a crow- Â¬ bar Fig 2 shows a form of movable fence for poultry It is mado of laths nailed to strips of inch boards twelve feet long It is wired to the stakes liko the other 1 FIG 2 YKLLOW SHOOT LKAF FIG i i or Teething of Infants ryiar Colic Children or Adult Oiarraea of rip ing Bilious Coll lyentervMorbas Vomiting holera Bronchitis toagha coidToothache Faceache Nearalgia sick Headache Vertigo Headaches Bilious stomach fvcpsia suppressed or Paiafal ferieaa 1 Von OonsinMon inflammation rm FeTcr Worm Olio Wersae W ana ecus 1 salt Kkeaessa Erretpelaa Eruptions Rheumatic Fains Khrnsnafi 1 too Profuse Ferhl kites Cough Difficult Brcathlni FEEDING CALVES A Canadian Farmer VI ho Successfully Cses kim A very successful feeder in Canada uses the following mothod in raising calves on skim milk Tho calves are fed by hand all the new milk they will take three times a day until about a week old Then skim milk Is addod only a littlo at first but tho quantity of skim milk is so in- Â¬ creased and that of the new milk so re- Â¬ duced that in two weeks from the commencement of this change skim milk only will be fed The skim milk is fed only when It is sweot as when sour it produces scours and injures di- Â¬ gestion in other ways The skim milk is fed at the temperature of milk just taken from the cow In beating it a portion of tho milk is put on the stove in a pan or pail and heated gradually till quite warm It is then poured into the portions respectively set apart for each calf The ealves get tho milk three times a day for say a month from the beginning of the change to skim milk but a less quantity is given at noon and if fed regularly they may get all tho skim milk they will take without injury to them When the change is being made from new milk to skim milk ilax seed is added to tho milk It is prepared as follows For two calves take half a tea cupful of flax at night pour on two quarts of boiling water allowir steep till morning It is then warmed and added to the milk the qsnatl the flax maybe gradually but slowly inÂ¬ creased until three fourths of a teacup- ful of flax seed steeped in a proportion- ate increase of hot water is given to each animal The flax for tho night meal is put to steep in tho same way in Milk is fed until the the morning ealves are seven or eight months old They should have access to all the clean water they will drink at all times They get all the meal they will eat up clean twice a day The mixture con- Â¬ sists of one fourth ground peas one fourth ground oats and one half wheat bran this is mixed with good hay run through a cutting box The proportion of the hay to the meal is increased as the calves get olderlWhere meal of this kind is not to be had boys give your calves oats which you may feed whole and you need not mix them with cut hay When autumn comes oat sheaves are sometimes cut in the chaffer and the meal mixture added but not so much of It In quantity as when the cut oat sheaves are not fed They get what long hay thoy eat up clean In winter and green food of almost any kind in summer They are kept in loose box stalls in the stable all through the first summer which are kept dark in the season of flies They may get a good supply of sliced roots in the season for these Western Rural CUBlv lik No remedy is yet known and even if we knew one it would probably not 1 generally used as the disease is uncertain In its attacks Burning the diseased leaves may bo practiced in small plan-Â¬ Â¬ FeTer and Agae Chuh Xalarta Piles Blind or Bleeding Catarrh Inftuenaa Cold tnthe Head heaping Coagh Violent Coiigha Debility limrrnl Disease Fhyelcal Weakness Kidney 1 Debility I frian Weakness Wettlnc Bed riaary DiseaseaorthellcartPalpitaUoBl - durability -- J M coming -- C man of i Sr - its tantalizing and fascinating folds at first sight When his sister introduced it ap-- tim dainty girl his heart peared queer bobbed and he felt a peculiar sensation -- la throat and his hand trembled John a r and wealth should like a 6chool boys as he felt the soft 8 palm touch his A pleasant dinner a few brightglances nnd again the more reared from the cost bewitching pair of eyes - and then John War i ched a p ner went to bed to dream dreams n thai was cu nable and a few neematurely from a batter ho had ee- - Who pecks bcimer youd petter call the servant to peek it up Guggenheimer was about to walk away when Flynn hit him a twister in the jaw In less time than it takes to tell It fourteen upper cuts and twenty two body blows were delivered and as I rushed in to separate them every blow landed on me Good gracio As the hall it npT said Guggen Â¬ Â¬ Kates 6 place to a man so wholly absorbed he was at followed were filled John found it Try easy to tear himself away from his office now There was one thing however that worried him Jacksons frequent ma He mentioned it carefuLy to him once or twice but Jack- Â¬ son The point wa reached one morning was dark and it was just my luck to have them mistake me for each other and as I had tripped I marry sh I hate all the office said atial clerk entered carefully closed the door and Shes a lever woman I I to some - of clubs and O Id marry le nephews and But ppose she old too Five Non- I marry - step at my - - So do I Jackson you and I have been friends for a good many years - Ive made up my Ill t mind to marry this woman myself Im sorry if yon placed your heart I have She loves mi r rose from his chair Was he only doomed to see the dawn of M day sink into the gloom of over tkw j were making short work of me when the servant entered with a policeman Too bad Just shift that splint a little and e bed My dont sit on ankle is out of joint Flynn stepped on it when 1 was down As soon as I get my arm out of a sling I am going to chop that measly dod gasted hat rack I 1 ever get any Into more boarders I am going to have a hook similar to the ones used in butcher stalls with the boarders name above I am thinking seriously of having a gas jet over each hook which will be kept burning constantlv Going Y Im - Before j t hand me the bot tle of medicine Thanks When I reached the hall I found my hat and coat on the floor where they had been deposited by that infernal hat rack Lewis M Sweet in Texas uneoancio- nking rk had - rneath a leads I i him news- - say she loves you Yes surely she has a right to give bbbi she pleases she loves me too Jackson W in a sister You 1 SO Bow He Got It A How did you get that black eye B Got that from standing up Standing up Yes I stood up to a fellow at the gymnasium for a couple of rounds last night Oh he was a good un Texas let hose my V h Ivato has promised to be down Jacklisten to me for a moment - wmm and broke in be-- son wa- aess i ways been J a fcMsr alked a good bo tineas man eh re- - Im glad to say so Mr Warner ackson PPd the whirl of business Jackson quite correct Kaftaa a business woman e Lever had the Vol a roc of Water The strict meaning of an inch of Little Daughter Say mamma wont water is a statutory inch that is a volyou take me to Cousin Janes funeral A DEADLY HAT RACK tua No petite you went to the ume of witor which will flow in one I through an inch square orifice and a party last a Y How It Caused Trouble In Jack- Â¬ mustnt have too many en- - underit five inch pressure For irrigaappears to bo the volume of tion e X Y Ml tertiinme sons Boarding House water which will flow through an inch opening through the season and SSaara Reaionio XE day last Johnny Papa do the good die young Is considered in Colorado sufficient to week while rift Fapa Yes my son to one aero but is inaccurate A In my room Johnny after a pause Well accord foot of water is that volume which will thinking idle in to that what a bad man poor old flow during the irrigating season thinks and sip- grandpa must be lies so old X Y through an orifjee one foot square ping ice water I Sun This will water was startled by about fifty four Too Manr Eatertminmonts To Meatare Â¬ Jackson your hand Kate is a queen t was the other H S Kel--- n Yankee lllade Sittings For surface draining ditches should be provided along each side of the road having anflkaaat fall to promptly carry away any wator that reaches them Where it becomes necess try tocarry the water across tho roadway culverts should bo pruvided All drains should have a continuous fall throughout tbeir length and the size will depend upon the inclination and the amount of water they are expected to carry In onaatry where gravel is obtained a very satisfactory road can be made by making the surface for a greater or less depth of gravel Pit pan the foundation so as to allow uipt drainage and shape as tho finished road is intended to be make the side of the road planes and not curves and then roll thoroughly to get foundation Put on a layer of gravel from six inches to eight inches in thickness sprinkle thoroughly and roll until very compact and firm Next spread another layer from four to six inches of gravel and sprinkle and roll until the desired hardness and smooth- Â¬ ness are obtained If the gravel has no binding material in it a sufficient amount may be incorporated in the last layer to cause it to take a good bond Where it is possible to get blue gravel or hard pan and clean bank gravel tho two can be so mixed as to give a surface almost like concrete in hardness When the two are used together a two horse grooved roller for the first layer will be found very effective and the material should be quite wet while rolling The surface c n then be finished with a steam roller or with a smooth roller sufficiently loaded to give tho requisite In completing the surface of a gravel or other road where rolling is required tho weight of tho roller should be as mu h per inch as the weight per inch on the tire of the heaviest vehicle likely to pass over it For ordinary traffic a very durable and economical surface can be thus produced I Prof Scribner suggests as an experi- Â¬ ment a spray of sulphate of iron in spring before the buds swell What- Â¬ ever fruits ran tho gauntlet of the wero attacked by curculio the In Â¬ sect which produces the worm in tao fruit This pest is becoming very abundant and growers must persistently fight it or give up the growing of peaches It is readily held In check bv the familiar process of jarring onto sheets Paris green at the rate of cno pound to three hundred and fifty gallons applied several times beginning just after tho blossoms fall will un Â¬ doubtedly be found useful Tho third enemy to peach growing in the State of New York and by far the worst one is tho yellows The cause of thisdiseise is not definitely known but it a trees of all varieties and ages and unler all conditions and it spreads from or- Â¬ chard to orchard Tho only remedy is to cut out every affected tree This must be done systematically and thor- Â¬ oughly or peach culture is doomed I find that the law is not being enforced as vigorously as it ought it can afford cu-1-lÂ¬ Â¬ tations Sold by Druggists or sent postpaid on receipt HI of price DaTHrwrnaeTS- MAtiiimailed pages free richly hound In cloth and gold Y HassphreysMedicineColtFulionStN Lexington SPECIFICS lile AND M m i YES ITS COOK STOVE FOR YOUR HALL E XCELLENT N I WE HAVE TIIA Y IN1 1 A Brent Foil PWETTS BASE BURNER And we are readv with our THIS IS THE SEASON I RIDGES ARE COMING APACE WE IIA1 COLD WEATHER nARRAINS Guns and I A AND IOD CAN HAVE Contractors and Builders l FIG 3 PEACH VELLOWS TCFT Â¬ M WILL FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPLIES as Eats TIUNIUG A SPECIALTY j is now offered protection to peach growers and no ef- Â¬ fort should be spared to apply it Yellows may be termed a constitutional disease It progresses somewhat slow ly in the infected tree and for that rea Â¬ son it is usually neglected It does not of course cause the falling or the blasting of the flowers or the fruit but as it is becoming a serious menace to peach culture in Western New York it may be considered here A complete diagnosis is not necessary The disease is readily distingulshJd by premature fruit which bears deanite reddish spots that extend into the flesh and usually reach the pit If tho tree is not in bearing tho first symptom will be the appearing of thin yellowisi and small leaved short shoots on the body and larger branches At first these shoots may appear singly one is shown natural size in Fig 2 Soon however those willow shoots as the are called in Western New York appear in bunches and each one bas a ten- Â¬ dency to branch the first year iig 3 shows ono of these clumps which pushed out on a limb an inch in diam- Â¬ eter Cpon trees in regular bearing these shoots are tho second symptoms of yellowa A yellows tree socn be- Â¬ comes weak and yellowish throughout the leaves are small and in about three years it dies Yellows must not be confounded with yellowness The former is a specific disease the latter is caused by any thing which lowers the vitality of the tree Orangt Judd Â¬ Â¬ at prices which make ns beyond iiuestion the L L fr CASH CO TOWN hSl 1KICE HOI SE IN quality considered Â¬ Above us stands no competing stock below us he no com petini prices We have ele pant goods and plenty of them have all the lead- Bing and representative FnLL W C FITZPATRICK 1 Aj m CSACQtTAITrD T -- rm V WINTER STYLES Gents1 and Chil 7 TTITH MUCH VALtJAKLT ITFCai O l kl AM CF THZ THIS Â¬ for Ladies1 f H J r m r Tho Mi of tho Figure an unusual noise I love to sit before a blazing fire and in the house watch the figures in the flame to mine Yhell said Isaacs Dher Measure which is occu- man ob dot dependts larch ly on dher insur X Y Sun anze named Ju who A DK1SUT DETECTIVE acres An inch of water is employed in ordinary engi- Â¬ ear to the wall was not the proper thing to do under ordi h I confess nal y circumstances but the disturbance became so violent that I was warranted in so doing I could bear dull thuds interspersed with such remarks as Take that Igh Leggo my hair Take your finger out of my eye etc Directly a servant rushed out and returned with is rvrEiy a kattec of Busrana a woman of great tact but shes grow- Â¬ ing the bump of sentimentality an her old ace Old ager Yes shes thirty Jackson Kate advises me to marry Dont be alarmed that I for a moment seriously consider a - idea However now ich I detaini for the bu- for Kates coming to pay me a visit going to I ter to seis Im too busy to meet her at the train Jackson vou must go and bring the pair from the part of one cubic foot Fnited States standard The usual r of gauging the vol- Â¬ ume of water flowing in a stream is by the Weir method Place a board at right angles across the stream with a ular crifice cut in the top of it as shown in tho illustration The total quantity of water In tho stream is compelled to pass through this opening Tho two factors upon which the estimate is mado are the width and depth of water passing over tho gauge Iarm and Home h Â¬ Â¬ neering and is 1 HORTICULTURAL NOTES The Massachusetts Ploughman says Grass is about the last of all crops suitable for a fruit orchard The counv tllions of grassroots leave little moisture for the trees in a dry season and usually they need all they can get But the idea that grass is suitable for an orchard is hard to kill harder in- Â¬ deed than the trees are Horseradish in the good old times has been known to yield from three to six tons per acre and sell at from 100 to 300 per ton says the Michigan Farmer It is not likely these profits drens wear Our prices are a bomb shell for competitors r th p but a blest Our prices may startle but thev will not vox the careful uuver Are t JHlsJ - taWX rabM tic Are the imi Priia I i Ma N any object to eon it I - matter of business more Jackson just t e same as ycu would to Go atsee about a consignment of til wool Irop a line bose IV Albany party to the effect that to the his order for British half hose will be shipped by the first freight in the morn - rm not a ladys man v a Warner tanaed his revolving chair to the desk and Jackson left only to enter at train did yos aay he asked it freight in the morning an what train did yon expect the ladies to come on - at the Union depot at 430 not know Kate always wears red very red sad very bright Brunette sad stylish Oh aever fear yonll be sure to know Kate Tne door closed sad Warner wss once Bi be hanged if I will marry force ns into any such trap aa Kales a ft SB al Cant that John said other harsh things about his things not necessary all the while be felt like a poor lonely man shoot to be am Â¬ bushed sad led to the slaughter by savan passes He harried oct for s lunch rushed himself among his papers books reÂ¬ ports sad the many things that busy a man who attends in person to his busi jsess affairs The light waa struck la his office the clerks separated sad the nfght watehanan entered still John Warner remained thinking fc Mil sister laspeak of Kate to here It van a queer life be led IrssJness all h Inear pssh from daw till dark thiiKrg w momenta of iwspits from labor Little time for plessnre only bis first niffhts his short stop at the club for sa iinaaiwisl ebat with a fe fri nds Hat ftssrenaasBaaaa J ckwn iMksaj IbS BSSOI younger in all my life QiaiUiB yonr vial tors Mr Warner I envy yoc Shes the The cactuses are very peculiar plants as peculiar structurally as they are bizarre and grotesque in outer appearinspector of Police Why didnt yoi ance They h ave spared no pains and report at eleven oclock as I told you to shrunk from no sacrifice in accommodat ing themselves to their niche in nature It is after twelve now Detective Confound it sir one of In the first piac3 thoy have no true those pickpockets I was shadowing has leaves What looks like leaves in cer- Â¬ tain jointed cactuses are really flattened stolen my watch Puck and extended stems If this seems at first hearing a hard saying the analogy of Oa an Oatin the common stonecrops where stem Spectacled Schoolmaam to farmer Do you think that bull over there will and leaf are hardly distinguishable will help to make it a littlo less incredrun after me Farmer Well if he does miss just ible In other ways too tho stonecrops or sec urns as the gardeners call them let him get a good square look at you throw much light upon the nature of hell be satisfied to go away then the cactuses Munseys Weekly All these rock haunted or desert WHAT HE WAS IX FOR plants naturally get very little water except at long intervals after occasional showers Hence only those can sur Â¬ vive which form themselves as it were into living reservoirs to retain all the moisture they once absorb As soon as the rain falls in the arid haunts the roots and rootlets eagerly drink it up in a greut hurry and store it away in the soft and spongy cellular tissue of which the main part of tho plant is wholly formed For this purpose both in stonecrops and cactuses the stems have become fleshy and succulent and being IX TO SKPAAATX THEM also green and leaf like they resemble true leaves But they am covered exÂ¬ stairs where I found Jackson propped T ternally with a thick skin which resists ifi r a up in bed his head bandaged up his evaporation and keeps tho moisture arm in a sling and both eyes in deep cree collected at the plant disposal mourning for an unlimited period In short the How did it happen I asked in as cactus does as a plant just what a camel tonishment does as an anmaJL North American Be-Oh what tough leck he moaned Prison Missionary My poor fellow view You know what a large number of boarders I had Well theyre all gone what are you in- here for Hew Mr Hempen Get late Trouble Pri-not bavin enough po now Look at that right eye please William Bumpers Maw was yon ever sad tell me whether you think I will litical influence to git me out Life an actions Mrs Bumpers bridling The ideal ererbe able to use it ss an organ of sight Waaaaii iw oisoa again A good story is going the rounds of Certainly not -W Bumpers Then why did you dress It looks pretty bad but I guess it the German papers about a rich French will come around all right in time What man who always pretended to be a like a ballet girl caused the fuss Mrs Bumpers amased I never didl great friend of the legitimist claimant A measly little hat rack of the French throne It was p inawiil Whats got into the boy A hat rackl W Bumpers WelL paws got a pho Â¬ to get up a loan of twenty million francs Yes About a month ago my wife to aid the claimant An agent called on tograph of a ballet girl and when I pour a little arnica on that bandage for the rich legitimist ht him looking at it be said it was who replied pom me will you about a month ago my pously your picture wife bought a hat rack and put it in the Mrs Bumpers with deadly calm My blood is always at the service of balL O why did she do it why did she bis Majesty Oh yes to be sure William tell your do ltr he moaned piteonsly Yos but we are not going to start a paw I want to apeak to him West I was about to remark that abe prob Shore sausage factory replied the agent ably did it to make the hall look more Texas Sifting fcairacktive but a wee small voice with Wifo sitting up three hours for in me whispered not to that the man me to be coming home was miserable enough already Scribe What does Haker write for jsbani had but one At first it was a good serviceable your paper glass of compound known as whisken- bat rack bat after a week or two the Scribbler Hes on the editorial force warrsj Guess not Un- pegs aoquired a downward slant Scribe Thats fanny maam aufl person walked through the hail four or Scribbler Why I heard clock just now struck one five hats would slide off and U ha tritd Scribe Because your paper has n struck sbeveral time Lawreno editorial force American Stationer American Â¬ Â¬ a policeman who took off two men who looked as though they had been struck by a street car As I knew Jackson Intimately and aa I a large amount of curiosity se ereten in my composition I went over to see bim and find out all about the MBc The servant at the door who took my card u to him informed me that Mr Jackson was in bed and it waa doubtful whether he would see me 1 was finally told to come up and hanging my bat and coat on a hat rack in the hall followed the servant up-- CACTUS PECULIARITIES It Does aa a Plant Just What the Camel Does ae an Aaimtl hi lyj r Â¬ A Connec- Â¬ could be realized nowadays ticut man grew four tons to the acre grated it put it on the market and sold it for twelve cents per pound Plaxts liko the aster verbena phlox and pansy are benefited by transplant- Â¬ ing once or twice says Good Housekeep-Â¬ ing It makes good stocky plants of them while poppies candytuft mignon- Â¬ ette are tap rooted and the seeds should be planted in the beds where they are to grow Tap rooted means that they have one long root and but few short roots while an aster or pansy bas many short roots near tho surface which bold the earth when they are taken up After the ground gets warm and the cold weather is really gone the seedlings can be set out in the beds Choose a cloudy day or after the sun goe3 down for this work Asters and verbenas should be set ono foot apart and they want plenty of room After setting out water and shade when the sun Is ont for three or four days uncovering at night If yon wish annuals to bloom well pick off all faded Cowers and do not let them go to seed As scon as thoy do this their mission is done any inducement KsaaffiL- tt rfsi3- JjaaJnVl 1a laTT r--- iaN ig a J v- - If so come in and take a lookl at our splendid new goods the BARGAIN ASSORTMENT OF TEE SEASON So great in assortment So plea nig in style So hon est in quality So reasonable jive us a chance in price and we will give you for yourj L V ftinji Jew j Ti I Farmer Selecting Treea THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLfiND PACIFIO iiiibIiii HA H There is nothing gained in selecting large trees for transplanting Young thrifty trees are easier to transplant will make a better start to grow and in the end make a better tree Many purÂ¬ chasing trees for an orchard make the d mistake of selecting trees under the impression that they will come into bearing that much sooner With tho same idea in mind they fail to cut back the tops in proportion to the roots and the consequence is that tho tree is slow In making a itart to grow and loses in this way filly as much if not more time than a younger tnree-ysar-ol- Including main lines branches and r City to Rock IfiUad UEA ROUTE io Spirit Lake Pipestoce V-to WTi Mrneaoolis St Pau and trr ehort tiirect route In connection v LousbTiUe Haatssrn anJ Kansas Ciy it also cc and - money more Boots or Shoes orj Hats than any other house in town It traverses vast areas cf the richest farminfcr and world tor rrrtng popular and transportation tothe speed and orado and tho Indian Te Hansen Cirr ano CeJdweil Paacu THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND TV THE MISSOURI RIVER WEST F r -- - P1 tree It is very important in select irg trees to get those that are vigorous and healthy With the majority of varieties of fruits trees will give more satisfactory results thai older two-year-o-ld 1IUCES16S Leading all competitors in sclendar of equipment hy steam from the locomotive m winter well v leave Kansas OKy and St Joserjh c and Southeast Tt ith eiSgaat Dav Coaches aBsScaaa MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXSS Sup TRAiNS r - Reclinir Desrtr CcirLc Â¬ 1 Senator John B Gordon John B Gordon was elected to the TJ S Senate to succeed Hon Joseph E Brown from Georgia The Senate vote first and Gordon got twenty five votes to nineteen for the field The House voted at 12 oclock and Gordon on the call of the roU received eighty four votes There were a great many changes and Gordons name swept through the House like a cyclone amidst the wildest excitement and en- Â¬ V 5 -- thusiasm Â¬ j j Iy is hourly growing more and more adverse to Mr ParnelL His retirement from the leadership of the Irish party is being called for by Gladstonian as well as Unionist papers Parnell himself is disposed to stand fast but he does not appear to see the decision does not rest with him He can not fight against the ridicule and opprobrium of the long course of de- Â¬ ception practiced in the OShea house Public opinion PncUc Opinion Adverse to FarnalL ones Cut back the top in proportion to the roots in many cases it will pay to cut off the whole top leaving the straight stem then as the branches start out select those that are the most desirable and rub or cut off all others A better shaped and a more vigorous tren can be procured in this way Such trees cost less in the end are more certain to grow and are mere desirable n many ways than larger older trees A good plan in many localities is to purchase what trees are wanted in the faU and heel them in caref ady then set them out where they are to grow as early in the spring aa the condition of the soil will admit This avoids to considerable extent the risk of fall set ting and if put out early leetens very materially the risk of spring planting Farm Field and Stockman Â¬ j WW GLASS ALL SIZES ALL KINDS Stock the Largest ble cf and Si Joae at anawonBhin hours and atfinnan moderate pricesv THE ROCK ISLAND IS THE FAVORITE TOURiST UNE j nitou Pikes Peak the Garden CM Fans Idaho Springs the mountain parks m easBBl grounds ana recrt hunting1 and fishing- are equipped ai Its Vestibule express Trains that can add to safety co coe They clsomaka closo connections at tsrmfc Depots with the D Denver Texas and ort Worth and aU othe K nt stations west Cicy orado c - For Tickets Maps Time Tables Polders issued month dasirad informs E ST JOHN CHlCUiO II MADISON Female Institute id session of this noted school for young ladies and girls will open on PALACE HOTEL L KLEIN Prop Cji- C 3 0 Liaestcae Strt LEXiNCTON KY Furniture Wew Lighted and Ventlato Well m -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ farm and extra good farming to yield six per cent on itha capital invested Consider this be-fore you borrow money to buy mere land Soxz Pennsylvania f rpit growers raise icco in their orchards and do it j eassfuliy But they dont allow any weeds to grow there except the tobacco read As birds hare a fondness for good fruit especially cherries and strawber Â¬ ries better raise enouirh for v nrml them also as you cant afford to do j It takes an extra good - - i The scarcity of ice this season has vastly increased the labors of many a With patent creamers farmers wife and ice near the barn or stable the wife had little to io with the milk until the ice suddenly eave out They under- bettaf than ever how bless s fly The first mahae nine or eajsriy wel- rill Tuesday Ssrrbs H 3th Â¬ ui A full corps oi competent teichers Trices reasonaAdmirable Curricuium Centrally Located- OD BAR ATT A ty For Catalogues or other particulars call on or address o- RATES J J BK 2 and250 per W- - - - B C AGERMAN Irin ftJaCBK ck - on Gorge r Here waiter exclaimed oldGorger take this stuff back It isnt fit for a On- J A 6 WILLIAMSON Civil Engineer and Surveyor BROOKS CHENAULT without birds m m All Hedem Improvements rona You never have ups out here I sup-11 we tied o West a two boss thieves last week Sent sare you must not eiit eet re plied tho waiter and Oorger wondered why everybody Munseys smiled Weekly An IMu treUoa Can a part of a thing be eijual to the whole of the thing asked Johnnie Well I dont know retimed Hen peek with s glance at his sife Tve known a tongue to be e wargin H Â¬ Prices the Lowest CeoJJi Igini 309 W Mais Purveys made fr Rallws ptkra Roadway Estimates e Farm itrainnjj GENERAL LAIS Lioe- retraced - lal Estate Broto vY vrith ial iEc Y Baa Stukt Branch office DrattSlore at octw J MEMORIES cry rte c ia tfco u of the lcnjrtaaaaaa ncq yt-j- Ml no MBCI Mi poor old fossil you Oh have a little patience will you You envy me my visitors I look upon it as something Just take another look at that right eye fearful to have a woman fussing about and see if you think it has Improved Hut this woman Well when the boarders came in to din- W think of the tie of I tell you Jackson theyre all alike At toe breath of the rose or Well Im going borne Suppose Ill be flower In Go until Kate goes Alan arc voices we bear where the pine trees ingtormentstell you Jackson back never too I itll arc sighing - aong do never sir Never let a rattleÂ¬ of a day that has fled Awl op from oar hearts come the echoes ro brained woman break into ones business ne affairs is my motto Heres your car From memories once that we fancied were You go down Good while I go up Â¬ Died out Is Uu rush of the gathering tears There are perfumes so rare the yet linger 1 Bosh Jackson when a man begin9 to call a woman a regal creature bo shows evident signs of mania Theyre all alike Jackson every one of them They all want to trap trap trap And what Men nothing but men Go home Jackson and sleep it off You would glide rapidly in the direction of the floor The rack seemed human it was so malicious The pegs seemed to be greased But it didnt black your eyes and I asked impa- Â¬ lay you up did it tiently Fifteen minutes later John Warner was warmly greeted by a beautiful woman his sister K te ly a wanderer lazily strumming Kale for Leavens sake dont choke Some air of oar childhood upon his guitar me to death Im glad to see you and we think of the past and we learn of the Then he stopped as his eyes fell upon the other occupant of the room Sho Anil we dream of the rife la the future to be was petite a blonde and had dimpling evening pleasant As v breakers sweep in from cheeks lovely eyes and a shy reticent the sea air that was innocence and simplicity Theaked with ours as the moments Unit Sometimes love takes years to spring blossoms that grow mid the desert Into existence but John Warner the r bloom plain man of business was enmeshed in ALii filching It fragrance round even the And Boa the loved faces of youth from afar - TVe scent the wild flowers and we hear the bees night JACKSON WAS IS HED as anas B Hycson Id Philadelphia CaJL A MiTTKi OF BUSINESS ner they would put their hats and coats on that hat rack The racket you heard was caused by that infernal Jerusalem bow that arm hurts How long does it take to heal a broken arm O I dont know Go on with the 6tory After dinner two of tho boarders Guggenheimer and Flvnn went to get their coats and hats Now there is bad blood between those chumps all on ao count of both of them being 6weet on my laughter Maria At last 1 will hear the story I mur- Â¬ mured Well when luggonheimer reached out for his hat that fiendish hat rack lie re- Â¬ slid four others to the floor placed them all but Flvnns and simul Â¬ taneously the lower row of pegs shed all the coats that were anjrinjr there Tick that hat oop dom quick said Flynn vofatiag to his bat on the floor 1 How Two Ladies Visit to New Ycrk Terminated HE one particu- Â¬ lar clause in bis fSYI - - Jr its tantalizing and fascinating folds at n all senti first sight When his sister Introduced mentality it ap- - him to this dainty girl his heart peared queer bobbed and he felt a peculiar sensation Ileallv John a in his throat and bis hand trembled man of your position and wealth should like a school boys as he felt the soft little palm touch his A pleasant dinner a few bright glances i it again and again the more - it appeared from the most bewitching pair of eyes josition he had ever seen and then John War ner went to bed to dream dreams utterly factory 1 I l MfL tor puzzled John Warner as he leaned his arms upon his desk and read it for the third time It ran as fol lows brief and to the point and coming from a spinster who had Â¬ iuus lev ROAD MAKING Some Practical Hints oa a Tery Impor- Â¬ tant Subject The following extracts from The En- Â¬ gineering and Building Records prize essay on road making by S C Thomp- Â¬ son New York contain many valu Â¬ able facts A man can walk up a slope of 100 in 120 and a horse or mule can ascend an incline of 100 in 175 and it has been found by experiment that a horse pull- Â¬ ing his maximum load on a level can pull but four fifths as much if the slope is mado 1 in 50 and this gradually lessens until with a slope of 1 in 10 ho can draw but one fourth as much as his level load The maximum grade established by the French Government board of engineers is 1 in 20 The Holy- Â¬ head road in Wales uses 1 in 30 as a maximum except In two cases The road over the Simplon Pass averages 122 on Italian side and 1 to 17 on Swiss side with one case of 1 to 12 and in this State several turnpiko roads are limited by law to 1 in 11 In laying out a road with regard to grades have a continu- Â¬ ous inclination in one direction and do not allow any counter grades for in as- Â¬ cending each foot descended on a coun- Â¬ ter grade means just so much more ri3e to bo overcome Whoro the roadway is too wide it usual- Â¬ ly results in no part being kept in good repair while if it was narrowed tho whole could be kept in first class condi- Â¬ tion at less expense and a well kept road of even twenty feet width is far proferablo to a road but half maintained of double the width In laying cut it may be advisable to take a strip con- Â¬ siderably wider than the intended road- Â¬ bed so as to provide for possible con- Â¬ tingencies in the future when the land becomes more valuable Lay out suffi- Â¬ ciently wide but build only so much as can be kept in thorough repair Tho essential requirements of a good road Â¬ bed are that it shall be practically unyieldingsmooth on tho surface and impervious to water and without theso requirements there can be but littlo Â¬ CHEAP HURDLES They Are Easily Made and Suitable for Either Sheep or Poultry The illustrations represent a very cheap and convenient form of portable hurdle for sheep and also ono for poul- Â¬ try The first shown in Fig 1 is mado of inch boards sixteen feet long and three or four inches wide nailed at each end to an upright cross piece of similar Diagonal width and four feet long E PEACH TROUBLES ssssssss S m is V sr V S V FIG 1 BOARD IIUBDLE Â¬ braces of tho same material are nailed on oach panel as shown in the engrav ing When the posts have been driven into the ground where the hurdle is to stand tho panels are carried and fastÂ¬ ened to them by light flexible wires The panels are light and effective In aCTUutTLnjLrLrLnriJTn A Diseasa Carl Leaf Curcallo Yellows for Which ss Yet No Remedy Is Known Prof L H Bailey in Bulletin XIX of the Now York Cornell Experiment Station on the condition of fruit grow Â¬ ing in Western Now York gives the following of general interest on peaches which he says have suffered from three Tho chief cause of the loss of enemies fruit this year in Western New York is he says undoubtedly the curl leaf a Taphrina deforman fungous disease also written Ezoasru defarmant and Ateomyees deforman Fig 1 shows a loaf diseased The leaves become curled crumpled and distorted early in the season and soon fall Nearly all the leaves fell from peach trees last spring over a large extent of country This loss of foliage caused tho death of the young fruits Tho disease soon runs its courso and new leaves appear In vigorous orchards it seldom injures tho trees to any extent Its most serious featuro is its indirect effect upon tho young fruit in cases of bad attacka DO YOU KNOW THAT a vegetable compound entirely of roots and herbs from the forests of Georgia and has been used by millions of people with the best results It Purely CURES All manner of Blood diseases from the pestiferous little boil on your nose to the worst cases of inherited blood taint such as Scrofula Rheumatism Catarrh and W C HAVE FITZPATRICK PRECISELY WHAT TOO WANT KITCHEN WE REFER TO IN GO roi SKlN CdlKER free Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed Swift Specific Co Atlanta Ga THE UNSURPASSED n rrrnrniLfLnjiinuijir im HUMPHREYS Da Or PRTXCIFAI SOS CURES VmJ carefully prepared prescription unetf formsny yean in private practice with saccesaand foroer Ihlrty years used by the people Every single Specific la a special cure fur the disease named purg Â¬ These Specifics cure without drugging ing or reducing the system and are In fict and deed the sovereign remedieseftheWorld iHsiHKKrsSPKciFicssreiclentlflcslIysnd i FIO 2 LATH HURDLE case the ground Is so hard as to render it difficult to drive tho posts tho work may be facilitated by the uso of a crowbar Fig shows a form of movable fonco for poultry It is mado of laths nailed to strips of inch boards twelve feet long It is wired to tho stakes liko Â¬ 10 11 1 the other FEEDING CALVES Yh Succeisfully A Canadian Farmer in Canada uses the following mothod in raising calves on skim milk Tho calves aro fed by band all the new milk they will take three times a day until about a week old Then skim milk is added only a littlo at first but tho quantity of skim milk is so in- Â¬ creased and that of tho new milk so re Â¬ duced that in two weeks from the commencement of this change skim milk only will be fed Tho skim milk is fed only when it is sweet as when sour it produces scours and injures di- Â¬ gestion in other ways The skim milk is fed at the temperature of milk just taken from the cow In heating it a portion of tho milk is put on tho stovo In a pan or pail and heated gradually till quite warm It is then poured into the portions respectively set apart for each calf The calves get tho milk three times a day for say a month from the beginning of the change to skim milk but a less quantity is given at noon and if fed regularly they may get all tho skim milk they will take without injury to them When tho change is being made from new milk to skim milk ilax seed Is added to tho milk It is prepared as follows For two calves take half a tea oupful of flax at night pour on two quarts of boiling water allowing it to steep till morning It is then warmed and added to tho milk the quantity of the flax may be gradually but slowly in- Â¬ creased until three fourths of a teacup ful of flax seed steeped in a proportion- Â¬ ate increase of hot wator is given to each animal The flax for tho night meal is put to steep in tho same way in Milk is fed until the the morning calves aro seven or eight months old They should have access to all the clean water they will drink at all times They get all tho meal they will eat up clean twice a day The mixture con- Â¬ sists of one fourth ground peas one fourth ground oats and one half wheat bran this is mixed with good hay run through a cutting box Tho proportion of the hay to the meal is increased as tho calves got olderWhero meal of this kind is not to be had boys give your calves oats which you may feed whole and you need not mix them with cut hay When autumn comes oat sheaves are sometimes cut In the chaffer and the meal mixture added but not so much of it in quantity as when tho cut oat sheaves are not fed They get what long hay thoy eat up clean in winter and green food of almost any kind in summer They are kept in loose box stalls in tho stable all through the first summer which aro kept dark in tho soason of flies They may get a good supply of sliced roots in the season for theso Western Rural Cses Sktm Mlik A very successful feeder u 13 FIO YELLOW SHOOT IJCAF FIO 1 CVBXe IK M iO 1 No remedy is yet known and even it we knew ono it would probably not lie generally used as the disease Is uncertain in its attacka Burning tho diseased leaves may bo practiced in small plan- Â¬ 7 8 Hi Fevers Congestion Inflammation Fever Worm folic Worms Worm orTeethlng of Infants Crying Colic Children or Adult Diarrhea of Bilious llysenterv iriplng VomitingCoUc ii Morbus Cholera Cold Bronchitis 53 Coughs 3a Neuralgin Toothache Faccai he 3 Headaches Sick Headache Vertigo Dyspepsia Bilious stomach Suppressed or Paintul 1erlods Ji Whites tio Profuse Periods 2 Difficult Croup Cough FrvslpelasBreathing Eruptions f als Rheum M 33 iui Rheumatic Khcumnti Ague hills Fever and or Bleeding 38 Piles Blind t 50 Catarrh Influenza Cold In the Head 30 Violent Coughs Whooping Cough ou ncbiluvFhyHcalweasuess ineral llineane Kidney SS Nervous Debility 30 I rinary Weakness Wetting Bed Palpitation 100 Diseases of Ihelleart u-te FKIFS durability tations CaM K TV Lsts or sent postpaid on receipt 141 pages Da IHMrmtFvs JIAXIil e richly hound In cloth and gold mauea rn Y Fulton St Humphreys MeiclneColu9 of price Prof Scribnor suggests as an experi Â¬ in Â¬ WHKS HIS SISTER INTBODUCEn HIM premature Â¬ eyond a do o a fashionable lighter and nal toddy with a few chosen bat irryl confounded bosh Kates ul in her old acre and quite a man at that Shes a ette I believe and they weather 1 I marry MMel Its all rubbish I hate all women all but said I love her clew woman I So do I Jackson you and I have married to some nt of clubs and been friends for a good many years Ill tell you frankly Ive made up my O Id would marry lot of little nephews and mind to marry this woman myself Im i ng all over me and fishing sorry if you placed your heart I have She loves mo I r pennies but U h what i or at least I suppose she John Warner rose from his chair Humph Im old too Five Kon- - Was he only doomed to see the dawn of ban she I marry think cf such a step at my his sunshine day sink into the gloom of -- out of place to a man so wholly absorbed in business as be was The days that followed were filled with brightness John found it very easy to tear himself away from hisofflce now There was one thing however that worried him Jacksons frequent visits to his house He mentioned It carefully to him once or twice but Jack- Â¬ son only blushed The point was reached one morning when the confidential clerk entered Tce carefully closed the door and despair 1 Who pecks it up said Guggen Jielmer youd petter call the servant to peek it up Guggenheimer was about to walk away when Flynn hit him a twister in the jaw In less time than it takes to tell it fourteen upper cuts and twenty two body blows were delivered and as I rushed in to sepa- Â¬ rate them every blow landed on me Good gracious As tho hall was dark and it was Just my luck to have them mistake me for each other and as I had tripped over the fallen overcoats they were making short work of me when the servant entered with a policeman Too bad Just shift that splint a little and dont sit on the end of the bed My ankle is out of joint Flynn stepped on it when I was down As soon as I get my arm out of a sling I am going to chop that measly dod gasted hat rack Into splinters and if I ever get any more boarders I am going to have a hook similar to the ones used in butcher stalls with the boarders name above I am thinking seriously of having a gas jet over each hook which will be kept burning constantly Going Yes Before you go just hand me the bot- Â¬ tle of medicine Thanks When I reached the ball I found my hat and coat on the floor where they bad been deposited by that infernal hat rack Lewis M Sweet in Texas nconsciously thinking d his confidential clerk had hoard him etter underneath a news Come in in Albany sends a let Bsj airing about that last lot of hose ms n 1 give her ard to whom she pleases Hat she ioves me too Jackson Which is natural in a sister -- Wh what Your sister Kate has promised to bo my wife Â¬ You say she loves you Yes surely she has a right to Siftincs A B How Us Got How did you get that black eye It Got Standing up that from standing up r Jackson your hand Kate isaqneen down Jackson sit down and H S Kelto me for a moment broke in I thought it was the other ler in Yankee Made Business be ad always been Now it seems it is all Yes I stood up to a fellow at the gymnasium for a couple of rounds last night Oh he was a good un Texas Siftings Too Many Entertainments For 6urfaco draining ditches should be provided along each side of tho road having sufficient fall to promptly carry away any water that reaches thorn Whero it becomes necess iry to carry tho water across tho roadway culverts should bo provided All drains should have a continuous fall throughout their entire length and tho size will depend upon tho inclination and the amount of water thoy are expected to carry In portions of tho country where gravel is easily obtained a very satisfactory road can be made by making the surface for a greater or less depth of gravel Prepare tho foundation so as to allow for prompt drainage and shape as tho finished road is intended to be make the side of the road planes and not curves and then roll thoroughly to got a solid foundation Put on a layer of gravel from six inches to eight inches in thickness sprinkle thoroughly and roll until very compact and firm Next spread another layer from four to six inches of gravel and sprinkle and roll until the desired hardness and smooth- Â¬ ness aro obtained If tho gravel has no binding material in it a sufficient amount may be incorporated in the last layer to cause it to take a good bond hero it is possible to get blue gravel or hard pan and clean bank gravel the two can be so mixed as to give a surface almost like concrete in hardness When the two are used together a two horso grooved roller for the first layer will be found very effective and tho material should be quite wet while rolling The surface c n thon bo finished with a steam roller or with a smooth roller sufficiently loadod to give tho requisite weight In completing the surface of a gravel or other road where rolling is required tho weight of tho roller should bo as mu h per inch as the weight per inch on the tiro of the heaviest vehicle likely to pass over it For ordinary traffic a very durable and economical surface can be thus produced spring beforo the buds swell Whatever fruits ran tho gauntlet of tho cul loaf were attacked by curculio the insect which produces tho worm in tao fruit This pest is becoming very abundant and growers must persistent- ment a spray of sulphate of iron SPECIFICS Lentoi Belle Range AND Â¬ Â¬ ly fight it or give up tho growing of peaches It is readily held in check by tho familiar process of jarring onto sheets Paris green at tho rate of ono pound to three hundred and fifty gal lons applied several times beginning just after tho blossoms fall will un- Â¬ doubtedly be found useful Tho third onemy to peach growing in the State of New York and by far the worst one is tho yellows Tho cause of thisdiseiso is not definitely known but it attacks trees of all varieties and ages and under all conditions and it spreads from or- Â¬ Tho only remedy is chard to orchard to cut out every affected tree This must be dono systematically and ttor oughly or peach culture is doomed I find that tho law is not being enforced as vigorously as it ought it can afford YES ITS COOK STOVE FOR VOIR HALL OR ROOM WE BATE THAT EXCELLENT NECESSITY FK WINTER M A Great Fall JEWETTS BASE BURNER And we are ready with our THIS IS THE SEASON FOR DOVES AND TOE RIDGES ARE COMING APACE WE UAVJ P COLD WEATHER 4 DARGAINo1Guns Theres no room tor further argument Oar choice stock of and AND Ammu Yor CAN HAVE THE FUN Contractors and Buildeis AVILL Boats Shoes dM j Â¬ FIND ALL NEEDED SUPPL1 TINNIITG A SPECIALTY for CASH son was puzzled Johns motto oawathing A DEADLY HAT RACK How It Caused Trouble In Jack eons Boarding House NE day last week while sit- Â¬ ting in my room Im called a good business man eh Jacks plied Jackson Im glad to say so Mr Warner re- Â¬ topped the whirl of business lor sentiment eh Jackson 1 should hope not ou ever rrect Jackson quite correct meet my sister Kate It is a pleasure 1 have never had Humph Kates a business woman i ji jfr iir an unusual noiso thinking idle thinks and sipping ice water I was startled by Â¬ Ax fa X33 in the house next to mine which is occu- Â¬ pied by a man named Jackson who uses it as a boarding house By holding my ear to the wall which I confess was not the proper thing to do under ordl- - To Measure the Volume of Water The strict meaning of an inch of Little Daughter Say mamma wont water is a statutory inch that is a volyou take me to Cousin Janes funeral Mamma No petite you went to the ume of water which will flow in ono matinee yesterday and a party last second a through an inch square orifice For irriga night You mustnt have too many en- under five inch pressure to tertainments at a time N Y Mercury tion it appears flow bo the volume of water which will through an inch square opening through the soason and hnnja Reasoning Johnny Papa do the good die young is considered in Colorado sufficient to irrigate one acre but is inaccurate A Papa Yes my son Johnny after a pause Well accord foot of water is that volume which will in to that what a bad man poor old flow during tho irrigating season grandpa must be Hes so old N Y through an orifjee ono foot square Sun This will wator about fifty four The 8ize of the Figures acres An inch of I love to sit before a blazing fire and water is employed watch the figures in the flame in ordinary engi Vhell said Isaacs Dher Measure neering a n d i s 1 ob dot dependts larchly on dher insur S lTJSth part of ono N Y Sun anze cubic foot Initod S t a t os standard A ISKIUUT DKTECTIVE Â¬ Â¬ 4K naiy circumstances but the disturbance became so violent that I was warranted in so doing I could bear dull thuds Interspersed with such remarks as Take that Igh Leggo my hair Take your finger out of my eye etc Directly a servant rushed out and returned with a policeman who took off two men who looked as though they had been struck IT IS PrKEIY A MATTET OF BUSTSTESO by a street car ft woman of great tact hut shes grow As I knew Jackson intimately and as bump of sentimentality an her I hvi a large amount of curiosity se old age Â¬ Tho usual method of gauging tho vol- Â¬ ume of water flowing in a 6trcam is by Place a board at tho Weir method right angles across the stream with a rectangular orifice cut in the top of it as shown in the illustration The total quantity of water in tho stream is com- Â¬ pelled to pass through this opening Tho two factors upon which tho estimate is mado are the width and depth of water passing over tho gauge Farm and Home Â¬ HORTICULTURAL NOTES TnE Massachusetts Ploughman says Grass is about the last of all crops suitable for a fruit orchard Tho countless millions of grass roots leave littlo moisture for tho trees in a dry season and usually they need all they can get But the idea that grass is suitable for an orchard is hard to kill harder in- Â¬ deed than tho trees are Horseradish in the good old times has been known to yield from three to six tons per acre and sell at from 100 to 200 per ton says the Michigan Farmer It is not likely these profits Â¬ CACTUS PECULIARITIES It Does as s Plant Just What the Carnal Does as an Animal Old age Yes shes thirty Jackson Kate advises me to marry Dont be alarmed that I for a moment seriously consider such a nonsensical idea However now business which I detained you Kates coming to pay me a visit going to bring aloug the country parsons ter to see the city sights Im too busy to meet her at the train Jackson ust go and bring the pair from the de- pI see about a consignment of all wool boss Perhaps yojd bettor drop a line to the Albany party to the effect that his order for British half hose will be shipped by the first freight In the morn ing Warner turned his revolving chair to the desk and Jackson left only to entor again What train did you say he asked First freight in the morning mean what train did you expect the ladies to come on He at the Union depot at 430 But I might not know Kate always wears red very red and very bright Brunette and stylish Oh fear youll be sure to know Kate The door closed and Warner was once Â¬ 1 rm not a ladys man It is purely a matter of business just that and nothing more Jackson Go and do it the same as you would to more alone Ill be hanged if I will marry Cant fares us into any such trap as that s a fool John said other harsh things about bis clever sister Kate things not necessary to speak of here all the while be felt like a poor lonely man about to be am Â¬ bushed and led to the slaughter by smart women He hurried out for a lunch rushed himself among his papers books re-Â¬ ports and the many things that busy a man who attends in person to his busi ness affairs The light was struck in his office the clerk separated and the night watchman entered still John Warner remained thinking thinking thinking It was a queer Hie he led Business all business push from dawn till dark w moments of respite from labor Little time forpleasure only his first nii hta his short stop at the club or aw occasional chat with a few nhntin I -- - door opened and Jackson entered looking ten years younger I never met a more charming woman U all my lit- - Mr Warner I envy you - vtora Shes the moat re4 The cactuses are very peculiar plants as peculiar structurally as thoy are creted in my composition I went over bizarre and grotesque in outer appearto see him and find out all about the Inspector of Police Why didnt yoi ance They have spared no pains and The servant at the door who took shrunk from no sacrifice in accommodat my card up to him Informed me that report at eleven oclock as I told you to ing themselves to their nicho in nature It is after twelve now Mr Jackson was in bed and it was In the first placs thoy have no true doubtful whether he would see mo leaves What looks like leaves in cer1 was finally told to come up and those pickpockets I was shadowing has tain jointed cactuscsaro really flattened hanging my hat and coat on a hat rack 6tolen my watch Puck and extended stems If this seems at in the hall followed the servant up- first hearing a hard saying the analogy of On an Outing the common stonecrops whero stem Spectacled Schoolmaam to farmer Do you think that bull over there will and leaf aro hardly distinguishable will help to make it a littlo loss incredrun after me Farmer Well if he does miss just ible In other ways too tho stonocrops or sec urns as tho gardeners call them let him get a good square look at you throw much light upon the naturo of hell be satisfied to go away then the cactuses Munseys Weekly All these rock haunted or desert WHAT HE WAS IM FOB plants naturally get very little water except at long intervals after occasionMlflliMte al showers Hence only those can sur i vive which form themselves as it were into living reservoirs to retain all tha moisture they once absorb As soon as the rain falls in the arid haunts the roots and rootlets eagerly drink it up in a great hurry and store it away in the soft and spongy cellular tissue of which the main part of tho plant is wholly formed For this purpose both in stonecrops and cactuses the stems have become fleshy and succulent and being AS I HUSHED I TO SEPARATE THSH also green and leaf like they resemble truo leaves But they are covered ex stairs where I found Jackson propped ternally with a thick skin which resists np in bed bis head bandaged up his evaporation and keeps tho moisture arm in a sling and both eyes in deep once collected at the plant disposal mourning for an unlimited period In short the How did it happon I asked in as cactus does as a plant just what a camel tonishment does as an anmal North American ReÂ¬ Oh what tough luck he moaned view Prison Missionary My poor fellow You know what a large number of How Mr Bumpers Got Into Trouble boarders I had WelL theyre all gone what are you in here for Prisoner lor not havin enough po- now Look at that right eye please William Bumpers Maw was you ever and tell me whether you think I will Htical influence to git mo out Life an actress ever be able to use it as an organ of sight Mrs Bumpers bridling The idea Mosey Wknieo riot moon again A good story is going the rounds of Certainly notl W Bumpers Then why did you dress It looks pretty bad but I guess It the German papers about a rich will come around all righ t in time What nobleman who always pretended French like a ballet girl to bo a caused the fuss Mrs Bumpers amazed I never did great friend of the legitimist claimant A measly little hat rack of the French throne It was proposed Whats got into the boy A hat rack W Bumpers Well paws got a pho Â¬ to get up a loan of twenty million francs Yes About a month ago my wife to aid the claimant An agent called on tograph of a ballet girl and when I pour a little arnica on that bandage for the rich legitimist who replied pom- caught him looking at it he said it was vac will you about a month ago my pously your picture wife bought a hat rack and put it In the Mrs Bumpers with deadly calm My blood is always at the service of haU O why did she do it why did she his Majesty Oh yes to be sure William tell your do it he moaned piteously Yos but we are not going to start a paw I want to speak to him West I was about to remark that she prob-Â¬ sausage factory Shore replied the agent ably did it to make the hall look more Texas Siftings batracktive but a wee small voice with Â¬ Wifo sitting up three hours for A Sufficient in me whispered not to that the man him Pretty time to be coming home was miserable enough already Scribe What does Haker write for Four oelocV Husband had but ono At first it was a good serviceable your paper glass of compound known as whiskon hat rack but after a week or two the Scribbler Hes on the editorial force warra Focklosk Guess not Un pegs acquired a downward slant Scribe Thats funny fortuly for yon maam courloulonuff person walked through the hall four or Scribbler Why I heard clock just now struck one five hats would slide off and if he tried Scribe Because your paper has n struck sbeverai tiaesLawrence editorial force American Stationer American Â¬ iC---r Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ could be realized nowadays A Connec- Â¬ ticut man grew four tons to tho acre grated it put it on the market and sold it for twelve cents per pound Plants like tho aster verbena phlox and pansy are benefited by transplant Â¬ ing once or twice says Good Housekeep-Â¬ ing It makes good stocky plants of them while poppies candytuft mignon- Â¬ ette aro tap rooted and the seeds should be planted in the beds whore they aro to grow Tap rooted means that they have ono long root and but few short roots while an aster or pansy has many short roots near tho surface which hold the earth when they aro taken up After the ground gets warm and tho cold weather is really gone the seedlings can bo set out in the beds Chooso a cloudy day or after tho sun goes down for this work Asters and verbenas should bo set ono foot apart and they want plenty of room After setting out water and shado when tho sun 13 out for throe or four days uncovering at night If you wish annuils to bloom well pick off all faded Cowers and do not let them go to seed As scon as thoy do this their mission is done U S FIO 3 PEACH YELLOWS TtFT protection to peach growers and no ef- Â¬ fort should be spared to apply it Yel- Â¬ lows may be termed a constitutional disease It progresses somewhat slowly in the infected tree and for that rea Â¬ son it is usually neglected It does not of course cause tho falling or tho blasting of tho flowers or the fruit but as it is becoming a serious menace to peach culture in Wessern New York it may bo considered here A complete diagnosis is not necessary Tho disease is readily distinguished by premature fruit which boars definite reddish spots that extend into the flesh and usually reach tho pit If tho tree is not in bearing tho first symptom will bo the appearing of thin yellowish and small leaved short shoots on the liody and larger branches At first taese shoots may appear singly one is shown natural size in Fig 3 Soon however willow shoots theso as thoy are called in Western New York appear in bunches and each one has a ten- Â¬ dency to branch the first year F g 3 shows ono of these clumps which pushed out on a limb an inch in diam- Â¬ eter Upon trees in regular bearing thoso shoots are tho second symptoms of yellows A yellows tree soon be- Â¬ comes woak and yellowish throughout the leaves are small and in about three years it dies Yellows must not be confounded with yellowness Tho former is a specific disease tho latter is caused by any thing which lewers tho vitality of tho tree Orange Judd Â¬ Â¬ is now offered at prices which make us beyood question the LOWEST 1KILE HOI SE IN TOWN quality considered Above us stands no competing below us Im no com stock We have elepeting prices gant goods and plenty of them We have all the lead3 ing and representative Â¬ WC FITZPATRICK CRfACQUAniTED WITH THE GIT0GHAFHY OF THE COUNTRY WSJ MUCH VALUABLE EIFCHMAT A STUDY OF THIS M II CO FALL WINTER STYLES MMM rj t Oents and Chil drens wear Our prices are a bomb shell foe competitors init a blessing for the people Our prices may startle but they will not vex t lie caretul buver for Ladies A I 9oTvli T ri2 iL JW T I Are the Lowest Prices any object to von Are the hi Ouliti any inducement I Â¬ BS5u3cs If so come in and take a look at our splendid new goods the BARGAIN THE CHICAGO ROCK ISLfiND Farmer ASSORTMENT There is nothing gained in selecting OF THE SEASON large trees for transplanting Young thrifty trees aro easier to transplant will make a better start to grow and in So great in assortment the end make a better tree Man pur So chasing trees for an orchard make tho plea ing in style 80 hon mistake of selecting So rpnnnnlilo est ill nualitv trees under tho impression that they iive us a chance gin price will come into bearing that much sooner With tho same idea in mind they fail Oand we will give you lor vour to cut back the tops in proportion to f money more Boots or Shoes or the roots and the consequence is that fg Hats than any other house in tho tree is slow in making a utirt to town grow and loses in this way fully as much if not more time than a younger Â¬ Â¬ tnree-yer-ol- d Selecting Trees PIG3FI0 PJJLWiV Including- main lines branches and ex Missouri River lo all pomw East North City to Rock Island Davenport Dts M LEA ROUTE to Spirit V Pipes town Minneapolis St Lake and toro Paul in snort direct route In connection v u St Lou Louis viiie NashviUe and Eastern and Southern poinui con Kansas City it also constitutes It traverses vast areas cf the farming- ar world forming the speediest richest popular ad most transportation to and from sil citi s to v orado and tho Indian Territory BR Kansas City and Caldwell E Palace Slaepingr Cars to and from Wichita an THE SHORT LINE TO DENVER AND THE WEST FRQtf THE MISSOURI RIVER v r- - 7 lands ison Puiai tree It is very important in selecting trees to get thoso that are vigoroui and healthy With the majority of varieties of fruits Â¬ Â¬ S elected to tho TJ S Senate to succeed Hon Joseph E Brown from Georgia The Senate vote first and Gordon got twenty five votes to nineteen for the field The House voted at 12 oclock and Gordon on the call of tho roll received eighty four votes There were a great many changes and Gordons name swept through the House liko a cyclone amidst tho wildest excitement and en- Â¬ B Gordon was John Senator John B Gordon thusiasm Public Opinion Adverse to Parnell Public opinion is hourly growing more and more adverse to Mr Parnell His retirement from the leadership of tho Irish party is being called for by Gladstonian as well as Fnionist papers Parnell himself is disposed to stand fast but he does not appear to see the decision does not rest with him He can not fight against the ridicule and opprobrium of the long course of de-Â¬ ception practiced in the OShoa house Â¬ more satisfactory results than older one Cut back the top in proportion to the roots in many cases it will pay to cut off the whole top leaving the straight stem then as the branches start out select those that are the most deferable and rub or cut off all others A better shaped and a more vigorous tree an be procured in this way Such tress cost less in tho end are more certain to grow and are more desirable in many ways than larger older trees A good plan in many localities is to purchase what trees are wanted in the fall and heel them in carefully then set them out where they are to tow as early in the spring as the cond tion of the soil will admit This avolls to a considerable extent the risk of fall set-Â¬ ting and if put out early lessens very materially the risk of spring planting Farm Field and Stockman trees will give Leading- all competitors in splendor of equipment coo toy eteam from the locomotive in winter v ell v leave Kansas Ctty and St Joseoh on a ond Southeast with eleg ant Day Cdailv FREE Reclining Chair Cars RUNNING THRO i Denver Colorado Spings and Pueblo tervening- stations in Kansas and Cole rrak venient stations west of Kansas City and St Joseph turirii deiicioas a MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Hi GLASS ALL SIZES ALL KINDS Stock the Largest at seasonable hours and at moderate prices THE ROCK ISLAND ES THE FAVORITE TOURIST LINE To Manitou Pikes Peak the Garden of t Gods Cascade camps Springs Falls Idaho the mountain parka mining arl cities resorts hunting and fishing rrrounda anu Its Vestibule Express Trains are equipped with every modern improvaiaaP that can add to safety convenience comfort nnd luxurious erne They also make closa connections at tern Depots with thf Donvmr and Eio Grande land Union Denvor Tex3 axid - orr Worth and all oth For Tickete Maps Time Tables Folders copies of the Western Issued monthly or further desired information addreoe - - ST JOHN C era Maaarcr CHICAGO HA JOHN SEBASTIAN PAL ACE HOTEL remale institute L klein proprietor Dfl The thirty third session of this noted school for young ladies and girls will open on madison Limestone It takes an extra good farm and extra good farming to yield six per cent on tho capital invested Consider this be Â¬ fore you borrow money to buy mora land Some Pennsylvania fEpit growers raise tobacco in their orchards and do it suc- Â¬ cessfully But they dont allow any weeds to grow there except the tobacco veod As Brrtos have a loudness for good fruit especially cherries and strawber- Â¬ ries better raise enough for yourself and them also as you cant afford to do 1 The scarcity of Ice this sewon has vastly increased the labors of many a With patent creamers farmers wife and ice near the barn or stable the wife bad little to ic ith tho milk until the Ice suddenly pave out They under stand r than ever how blessÂ¬ ings brighlen as they fly Tho first cod next akes nine or I will bo eagerly wel- Â¬ Tuesday Ssptsmbsr 9th A full corps 01 competent teachers Prices reasonaAdmirable Curriculum ble Â¬ Central RATES 49- - street Op C 0 LEXINCTON iV few ouiiiuuy anu riu Well Lkhtedand Vkxtu -- GOOD CAR ATTACHED Locate Day- - For Catalogues or other particulars call on or address 9- 2 andfs250 per - B C HAGERMAN Irin J On on Â¬ jTa T WttLIAMSON V J J without birda m Hero waiterT exclaimed ole Gorgor take this stuff back It isnt lit for a pig to eat n sare you must not eat eet re-Â¬ plied the waiter and Gorger vondered why everybody Munseys smiled Weekly liiTicr ENlilNEER Civil Engineer pikes Roadwayo and Surveyor Etiiiiate for Rallw BROOKS CHENAULT Prices the Lowest Geo Purveys made Rea Farm irini t Town Mr Rroffi hMgl ce GENERAL LAND All Modern Improvements Visitor in Arizona You never have any strikes or tie ups out here I sup- pose I j - tied i thieves last week iont hey Well we lilutratloit Can a part of a thing be eqv al to the whole of the thing asked Jot nnie Well I dont know retur led Ben peck with a glance at his wile Ive known a tongue to be e wagirin An Y Sun Ml Line- i rrinrr J to to fanux irHcl i maj- - m 209 W J HI w 8- 1 nonti