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Digital page images are linked to the text file. n X - 3 W NUMBER 9 VOLUME I RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17 1887 places would be filled by others that The in the race of progress by younger THE ORDER OF CINCINNATIS cant went before a special Judge IDEAS FROM LEXINGTON would They were told that if the who is now one of the Circuit Judges States qnd they want her to catch up Democratic party tame into p iwer the or the United Stales The defense rrnLisiiED every wedsesday They want the young progressive The Lexington correspondent of the The fifth annual celebration of mills and shops would be closed and maintained that a prisoner brought -- BY THE- Cincinnati Enquirer lias given his element to be represented In the man Â¬ the Order of Cinciiinatus open- Â¬ as a consequence the men be out of a back to this country upon writ of ex- Â¬ agement and control of Kentuckys Co job Certaiu Republican business men tradition could only be tried for the Views ou the recent State election As destines aud they protest against thn ed on Monday evening August he is a good Democrat stands in with and Republican politicians took their extradictable crime and they succeed- Â¬ military idea predominating where 1 at the Union Base Ball ground0 TRICE TER YBAK 200 men to the polls In droves aud literally ed in interesting the British Minister at the Stale Central Committee which business considerations alone should foot of Bank street Cincinnati committee exists mainly at Lexington forced them against their principles to Washington FRENCH TIPTON and through him our prevail From present indications A covered pavillion with twelve vote the Republican ticket The same own State Department hi the question antl has a largo fund of Democratic Gen Wm G WHITE J editors Buckner will be about the last thousand seats has been erected tactics will be resorted to in this city The Court sustained their plea and lore about him from which to draw in Â¬ of the war Governors of Kentucky aud a stage four hundred and this fnll in order to carry the State for held further that alter acquittal of formation we give ids comments here- Â¬ The next will be a young man some Â¬ twelve feet in length The subject OPINIONS OF OTHER EDITORS Foraker Tiiere is not an election the charge upon which he was ex Â¬ under and you can take them as you thing on the order of the Lleutenaut-Governor-ele- ct for presentation is Rome under national State or municipal In Ohio tradited the prisoner mut be allowed find them The artibts have been at Nero J W Bryan LABOR The returns from the election come but what the same tactics are resorted reasonable time without obstruction In concluding tills rather hasty re- Â¬ work on the scenes lor a whole Commerotal Gazette to These men should be ferreted out wherein to return to Canada before in tantaiizingly slow The State Cen- Â¬ One thousand three hun- Â¬ tral Committee whose headquarters view of the recent election it must be year Labor wns never better paid in Cin- Â¬ and punished and they will be if a he could be tried upon any other are at Lexington know very little said that the Slate Central Committee dred and sixty characters correct- Â¬ cinnati than at tbis lime There in repetition of the proceedings of 1880 i charge The doctrine has since been are represented more about the results than any other put forlii all its energies and worked ly costumed fact a scarcity of labor whether it be attempted sustained by the Supreme Court of the citizen who reads the newspapers At with a will for an increase in the Dem- Â¬ illuminated with one hundred skilled or unskilled and in both there United States and is now the law of Frankfort where there are people accus- Â¬ ocratic majority It is now said that if electric lights Nero reigned lias been a steady advance in wages A VERY CRUDE PLATFORM the hufd But if the Republican Senate tomed to considering and calculating they had not done so their ticket eighteen hundred years ago but Tbis U not the result of strikes or of the United States had not been op Â¬ election returns the authentic returns would surely have been defeated Their Piiiladelplila Ledger buildings palaces arches templef pressure of any kind but the natural The American party organized in pressed with a narrow partisan jeal- Â¬ already in have been counted and Secretary Mr Harry Clay had a her- Â¬ columns statues catacombs tow- Â¬ consequence of a demand that exceeds San FiaucNco has some good points ously such criminals as McGarigle those not in have been carefully esti- Â¬ culean labor Imposed upon him in the ers bridges aqueducts streets the supply in ilsphitfurm coupled with other and would long since have been subject to mated allowing the Republicans the Bending out of documents for popular Proprietors Busy Bee Cash S4ore Richmond Ky juno 22 If his- Â¬ extradition A new treaty with Great benefit of all doubts and the result is reading and a local paper claimed and passages are all as nearly inconsistent matter that will exjKJse torically correct as the vast re- Â¬ KNimrrs of labor waxing it to criticism and limit its following Britain including both embezzlement an estimated majority for Btickner of that he was worth 10000 votes to the Journal of Commerce and therefore its effectiveness Iu and larceny from 20 upwards among 17387 Beyond a doubt when the ticket General Buckner must be con- Â¬ sources and the experience of The can make We predicted that before it reached adopting a resolution that the law the extraditable crimes lias long been proper figures are known it will be gratulated upon his esecial good for- Â¬ Order of Oincinnatus As the action of the rep- Â¬ them aud its adoption lias found a stage where it threatened the pence should be so amended as to prevent before the Senate that the majority of Buckner tune resentation progresses the scenes of society it would full to pieces by its the coming U our shores of all aliens been delayed because Republican over Bradley will closely approximate change disclosing the Forum Ro OHIO AND KENTUCKY BUTTER own weight or if it did not Unit the who are criminals or paupers the con Â¬ Senators were unwilling that a Dem Â¬ the number here given should have ocratic Administration manum later the Circus Max fifteen or twenty millions of stalwart vention does not seem to know that There never was the least probability imus then the Grand Palace people in no wise committed to its such laws are in existence and that the credit ot it of Bradleys election but the result is Some of the winners at the New then doctrines would muke short work of it though there is dilliculty In enforcing an undoubted victory for the Republi- York Dairy Show have been telllnc of the Emperor Nero THE JUDGE GOT the Circus Maximus opens dis- Â¬ when it began to make rouble fur them a great many uudesirable immi Â¬ cans inasmuch as it enables them to the Rural New Yorker how their but closing a sheet of water with im- Â¬ grants are excluded under these pro Â¬ them claim with some plausibility Ken ter is produced L P Bailey Barns Arkansaw Traveler and active visions The new party alto proposes tucky as a doubtful State From what Â¬ I fed com meal mense ships in Arena isbattle Judge Whibbledon of the Twenty ever cause the reduction of the Cleve- Â¬ ville Ohio Jerseys a repeal of the naturalization laws and presented THE TOBACCO COItXBR still again the and clover hay aud gave the run of favors legislation requiring citizens to ninth Judicial Circuit is while on the land mojority by twenty thousand short young blue grass pasture from 10 with magnificent perspective ar- Â¬ rilMwrg Chronicle bench a man of severe dignity but In votes is a blow on the Democratic a m to 4 p m I used the Cooley rayed for a holiday of the people The truth is coming out al out the vote two thiugs that do not hang Â¬ Compulsory voting private life he Is known as a gentleparty and another like it will be a submerged process cream was all rais Â¬ of Rome It is historical biblical attempt by speculators to get up a well together man of many admirable social quali- Â¬ knockout Iu a dazed sort of way it is ed and taken oft in twelve hours and spectacular operatic and military corner in leaf totacco The crop this implies the necessity of having nil days ago the Judge went wondering what struck it and does not stood twelve hours more to ripen and at times as it develops year is light but enough was left over meu attend to their duties as citizens ties Several and com- Â¬ nut into the mountains to rest aud conceal its catisfactiou that time was from lttfct year when the product wbp a refusal to naturalize foreigners would at tlie end of that time nil was slightly prises after the opening an elec- Â¬ amuse himself aud had just dismount Â¬ called on that round The campaign acid It was churned at a temperature tion of consuls and a riot a camp far in exess of the demand to more create a constantly growing class of peculiar-lookin- g aliens who would have no right to vote ed from his horse when a was an extraordinarily aggressive one of sixty two degrees in a barrel churn scene a testival a sacrifice a tri than make up the deficiency There old fellow came along the rouuh on the part of the Democracy The No coloring was used The buttermilk triumphal procession is no excuse therefore for the ex Â¬ and would be quite as obnoxious on a palace that account as citizens who neglected path that wound Its way among the Central Committee which is for the was drawn off aud the butter was scene a bacchanalian feast with cessively high prics talked about Tlie old rellow upon first time located at Lexington felt It jagged rocks beyond the desire of a few gamblers to to do so The platform on the whole washed iu a regular form until tiie dances chorus and drill a naval looked spying the Judge stopped WE SELL A FULL make big fortunes at the expense of is very crude and is of public interest earnestly and then an odd smile crept incumbent upon it to inaugurate a water ran out clear The butter was combat chariot races gladiatorial LINE OF only as it shows the existence of a canvass the result of which would salted al tlie rate of one half ounce to consumes 8 combats athletic games persecu- Â¬ about the corners of his mouth and justify the confidence of Â¬ feeling that something needs to be r the conven- the pound in the granular form in the tion and burning of Christians the seeking ambush secret- Â¬ done iu the way of better regulation then us though tion iu the ability and patriotism of the chum It was taken out aud stood GROWTH OF CAMP 5IEKTIKGS of the ed Itself iu the old fellows whiskers of immigration aud naturalization All of the best speakers in twelve hours In stone jars and was burning and destruction committee Baltimore Sun Good morning the Judge pleasant- Â¬ the State were put upon city closing with an allegory rep- Â¬ the stump then put ou a Skinner butter worker ly called It has been the practice in some Costly feasts known as barbecues aud worked just enough to adhere well resenting the dawn of Christianity jur e22lf PB0HIBITI0N1N POLITICS quarters for many years to argue that Hi and burgoos were given to bring the together Then it was packed in asli Courier Journal Do you live about here there was no longer the same need for TEXAS CATTLE people together to hear the orators tubs holding thirty pounds each Ash religious camp meetings as in the Ah hah The result of the vote ou prohibition A F BRECK whose voices resounded throughout Ion salt was used WIGGINS E earlier settlement of the country w hen iu Texas is in the nature of a surprise Any fish in this stream Kentucky from the Tennessee to the Mrs W A Sudduth Flemlhgsburg A St Louis telegram of the 2Gth the opportunities for worship and so Â¬ An overwhelming majority for or Dtuino Big Sandy All the Kentucky Con- Â¬ The cows were fed dally says John N Simpson of Dallas ck 1 intercourse were almost impossible agHiust the new crusade was never Plenty of squirrels up there I sup Â¬ gressmen present and prospective Ky Jersey on new process Hosted meal oat meal Tex the largest cattle owner iu the But in spite of the multiplication of claimed by either side In Kentucky pose aud the two United States Senators and corn meal and were turned ou South is iu the city He wss afcked summer retorts and seaside retreats the Prohibition Dunno candidate received traversed the country proclaiming good Kentucky blue grass pasture for information about depression in where religion is not considered camp comparatively speaking no vole at all Think well have raiu Democratic doctrine according lo their The milk was allowed to stand iu a cattle business and said meetings continue to be held eveiy Yet under the local option law iu both Dunno notions of it while the hundreds of Cooley creamer twenty four hours was It Is true that the market is lower summer and have gone on increasing Texas aud Kentucky a large number The Judge somewhat disgusted local candidates joined iu the great then drawn oil anil the cream allowed than siuce 1SC1 but business is not as in numbers and influence away aud threw his chorus The Republicans could of counties have and enforce a law pro- Â¬ turned only to stand iu a cellar ut a temperature of bad a j reported That story about 50 Chug a stone put in hibiting the sale of liquors It seems line Into the water the field abjut a half dozen fair fifty eight degress twenty lour hours 000 head ou the trail being turned back AND OF that iu both States it is the judgment struck his cork He turned quickly speakers some of the best hi the Re- Â¬ OPIUM HABIT AND PREVENTION longer Tlie churning was done by to Texas Is false The entire drive this Â¬ of a large number of temperance ad but saw no movement ou he part of publican ranks sulking because Brad Â¬ Italics Tex Xews dog power iu a Davis swing churn year did not amount to more than 75- vocates that this liquor questiou is a the old fellow who sat on a stone with The opinion of Iowa is that opium local aud not a State or National issue his bauds shoved deep into his pock- Â¬ ley got the nomination Their work aud was worked on the Eureka butter 000 head and of this 50000 had been was effective Bradley began by put worker aud was molded with the already contracted for and sold aud Iihh increased consumption under All that has been accomplished for ets tiug the Democracy on the defensive Nesbit press The salt ued was Hi liquor prohibition One of the most 23000 was left for the market and as Kept in the county and will furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion sit city pkice the Judj e de upon local issues which reached the temjierauce lias been done under local What was that frequently ustd arguments on the anti regulation or restriction gaus Eureka one ounce to the pound my agent is with the drive I think 1 We are also prepared to do ROOFING and will guarantee to give you tlie best and most satisfactory When this manded understanding aud afiected the pockets There was no artificial coloring of the wculd be first notified If my cattle were job you can get anywhere prohibition side is that the consump-Â¬ We carry a large stock of host brands of ROOFING TIN PLATE and will plan is abandoned aud a larger field is What of the people The Democratic apolo- Â¬ butter its beautiful coloring was due turned back on the trail Curtis tion of light wines aud beer is favora- Â¬ Ad not delay your work We also carry a nice line of Something struck my cork ehqgen for a trial straightway there is gists somehow were unable to explain to good Kentucky pasture ble to a diminution of the demand for We never kins and Ikard Bros of Ft Worth nnd a levolt even among temperance men Dont know nothin erbout it the condition and the policy of the ardent spirits By parity of rea souiiig When this is not the case tiiere is in The Judge turned away aud the State Administration without firing had any coloring matter in our dairy Henrietta Texas failed lat week but freedom in satisfying the appetite with many communities no public senti- next moment another stone struck his The butter was put up in one ouud 1 think their liabilities are not much over the heads of the people as it were prints each wrapped iu a muslin cloth any form of liquor tends to prevent re- Â¬ greater than assets I dont think their Which we warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hard ware Garden Implement to sustain the law aud its vio Â¬ cork The Judge turned quickly but They were forced into ment intricate calcula- Â¬ sort to opium lation is Irequeut aud open Tennes Â¬ the old fellow sat with hid hands iu tions and double entry book keeping and then put up iu a tin box witli an failure will hurt any one else Iu the Farm Wagons Seed Strippers Mowers Twine Binders Cultivators Grain Drills Ac Icebox adjoining The butter exhibited past few days great herds of our breed- Â¬ see will shot tly vote ou a local option Ids pocketf VIVD with the net result of forcing a balance at tlie show was treated just like all ing cattle have been driyen over into Look lure sir I believe that amendment though Tennessee lias an POLIO Y THE PERNICIOUS PEX5IOX by increased taxation Many of the juiie22tP IRON MANTELS AND GRATES FIRE BRICK AND FIRE CL VY the butler we make and was taken New Mexico where breeding is carried excellent statute under which it lias you Democratic speakers including the from one of our daily churiiings of on to a great extent But Texas is BeotoB Herald Yas this is me beeu possible to restrict the growth of most eminent of them did not under The question is raised how far it is liquor traffic The law forbids any overstocked nnd the only depression 1 I say I believe you threw those stand the subject at all their slight ac- Â¬ twenty six pounds justifiable for a party to endeavor to can find Is that we grow cattle faster oiie to open a saloon within four miles stones quaintance with their own State affuirs make votes for itself by spending the of un educational institution outside than we do people Tlie usual drive BLAINE AND SHEIUIAX Which stones haviim been kept up iu the last eight people money Il is not meant by of incorporated towns As a result in iiorthwiird is 300000 head This year Those that struck my cork Dont or ten years mainly through the news- Â¬ this simply the adoption of a liberal many localities temperance advocates you do it again it is not over one fourth the average Philadelphia Times papers It seemed never before had olicy in the exiieuditure with a view aud the market is 33 per cent lower The Judge again devoted himself to the average Democratic politician con- Â¬ do much for the cause of education iu Mr Smalley London correspondent than five years ago to gain public favor That may be benighted his fishing but not without inter- Â¬ sidered schools in establishing that Kentucky had any gov- Â¬ of the New York Tribune telegraphed done with a conscientious belief that a neighborhoods Now that the Texas ruption for a stone came down and ernmental affairs that it was worth to Mr Blaine the rumor published iu liberal policy in expenditure is hi election is over the Teunesiee contest knocked his cork off NOT IIUSBAXD AXD WIFE while to look into aud scrutinize They Ohio during the late Republican State i beil right But when a large class of will be watched with interest You confounded old wretch Whats will not repeat Â¬ that mistake As to Convention that Bkiine would speedily men is found who either in themthe matter with you lie other causes that produced the cast nnd received selves or in their connection From the Chicago Herald Nothin Whuts the matter willi startling result ou Monday they may return homeexpect to return this replyÂ¬ SUMMER HOMICIDES many votes aud it is proposed to home unI do not There lire some few queer couples you be briefly enumerated In the first til next year nnd I have had no com in this world remai ked a Dearborn Now York Star grant those men direct payment of You old rascal place Kentucky sentiment is a long muiicition direct or indirect with real estate agent money from the National Treasury The other day a Thoughtful observers of events must you dont kuow how to treat a gentle- Â¬ way from being unanimous on the sub- Â¬ any person in Ohio since 1 came to man and woman called to see about with a view to the procurement of be impressed by the extraordi- Â¬ man ject of free trade Mr Beck has not there Is votes for the party appropri renting a 11 it ou the North Side The nary richuess of the crop of murder Never had a chance to treat one at many followers iu Central and Eastern Europp ating it thou alike it a moral and in suicide and general violence for the tall The idea that Illsihic would stampede woman did all the talking and turned Kentucky on that question The himself home because Sherman obtain Â¬ to the man for confirmation or cor- Â¬ a statesmanlike point of view the act summer of 1887 No morning paper of Dont talk to me that way You hemp aud irou interests are decidedly ed a rather reluctant presidential in Â¬ roboration He always agreed with is open to the most serious oljectjon any pretensions is nowadays complete dont kuow who I am opposed to It Neither is his argu Â¬ dorsement from Ohio one year in ad- Â¬ her and did it very meekly without a variegated menu of crime Yas I reckon I do The smile ment against the Blair Educational Well says the woman finally There is always a long Hat of sangui- Â¬ sprang from its ambush iu his whisk- Â¬ bill fully appreciated Eastern Ken Â¬ vance of the nomination must have IMMIGRATION originated in the head of Sime friend of I will give you 525 for the flat wont nary entrees such as wife beating ers and pranced over his face Some tucky needs schools The people of Louisville Commercial who murder a la Turpin time ago a Pasaommoir said the old fellow I was the rich sections of the State grumble Blame that hadnt hcuc enough to we John kuow Blaines sudden return Yesm replied the mail Mr Powderly is again cryiug out etc etc witli a significant piece de re-Â¬ a witness in yo Cout an while 1 wuz And Ill pay my rent promptly says sistance in the shape of a triple assas Â¬ tharyou let one o them lawyers ketch at the taxes they pay for the so called under Mich circumstances would be against indiscrimination aud pauper counties The Slate wont give simply idiotic and fiiirfdal too wont we John only those should le admitted who are sination withsfoccse draping Aud me iu a He an frowned at me an rid BlahieH Kuropean tour was well Yesiu csp ible of assuming the responsibilities the whole is illuminated and finished over me an hil me down an cleared these counties good schools and the And Ill take good care of the He says the off with weiid but attractive cuts of yo throat at me an done everthing politicians wont let the GeneralÂ¬ considered by himself and his iimM of Americau citizenship Government help do it out of tlie enor- trusted friend and it was the result of house wont I John couutry is now overcrowded and that deadly weapons knives rolling pins- you could to make me wush that I wuz mous surplus revenue Mr Becks the wisest judgment It is impossible But I inquired as usual iu such the working people are already elbow Â¬ axes razors pepper box pistols etc dead an now you must git argument that tlie granting of Govern Â¬ for Blaine to he at home and not have cases are you man and wife ing one another What do you mean ilr Powderly etc ment aid to education would interfere his tiiiKer in every political pie that exclaimed the Man and wife is needlessly alarmed and his pessimis Â¬ Mean that you must git mosey The most plausible theory is that the witli Stale rights nnd enable the I way frum here tic views are evidently based more weather is lie explantlou of all this my lime to Washington Government to meddle tiriis up He aggressive by nature woman sharply indeed we are not Its and takes a hand more or Jess openly are we John from the standpoint of a Knight of Willi the mercury exalted to dizzy alti- Â¬ make you feel iLean Drop that pole with tlie State autonomy is not regard- Â¬ In every political turn that comes along Â¬ Nom Labor than from that of an unprejutudes aud with conditions of great an git ed as sufficient nor borne out by That is all very well for Lieutenants not man and says I What diced observer There is a law against humidity prevalent it appears that I wont do it sir jUne22tr precedents but bud for presidential candidates wife pauper immigration which keeps out the young mans fancy lightly turns to Wont you Wall well see M MUIIIIIHI i When the surplus reveuue of the and Blame will Htiiy away for nearly a Not much Ill have you know those who cannot assume Ameiican thoughts of woman killing During He drew uu enormous horse pistol Government was distributed iu 183G year and return just iu time to lead that in this family we are wife mid citizenship au 1 while there may be the winter he delights in social obser-Â¬ Git I Kentucky took her share something his columns m the tlnal charge iu the in in aint we John too much competition to suit the vances aud Iu the spring his thoughts Look out I like 3KX000 about 1500000 of National Convention Yesm Knights r the more skilled Hborers are full of moonlight music love and Git which was set apart as a School Fund Blaine has done many foolMi things im- Â¬ song But as the summer deepens and there is still plenty of room in tbis Let me get my hat aud coat of Kentucky and the remainder was iu ioliticv but he isnt fool enough to mense country to accommodate all the dog star flashes in the central blue Never miud Git QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LIKE TO The rush home because Sherman has captur- Â¬ Local Produce Markets who are willing to work Kentucky lie lays aside his dancing shoe his The Judge got aud when he re- Â¬ spent in internal Improvements General Government never interfered ed a single outptct tliat Blaine will get for instance could take a few thou- - dude collar and his redolent hair crease WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO New Orleans turned home he told his wife that he Florida Birmingham Chattanooga t the trade that we have a largo States disposition of tlie when he needs It If Blaine wants CORRECTED WEEKLY BY K E MCCANX snd or a million even without any aud he spits upon a hand devoted hud given his hat and coal to a iwor witli theand Meridian Vicksburg and all the Texas the Kentucky statesman Ohio next year he will either get it or GROCER MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY and well selected line of undue jostling of its Inhabitants and thenceforth to the stiletto aud the blind man whom he had found In the money of that day saw nothing unconstitu- Â¬ lie will give it to Sherman with such Ky Aug 5 1SS7 the boundless wild and wooly West bludgeon Richmond hills It So could absorb a bllliou without a trace Ah Robert she said and she put tional in accepting a part of the surplus a cluster of prickly thorns protruding Beef Cattle Butcher revenue which had been raised in Ken Â¬ from the rose that Sherman wont be HoiIS of congestion This is a great country her arms around his neck your gen Â¬ 45C EXTRADITION Sugar Cured Hams If the dis- Â¬ able to handle it iQqc Mr Powderly Pennsylvania being but erosity aud benevolence will be re-- tucky as well as elsewhere Ml Bacon Hams Country Enquirer tribution of the surplus revenue was TIIE SOUTHEEN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST- a speck on the map of Uncle Barns do Â¬ 8 warded if not in this world 10 Cured proper in 1836 what Is the matter with Chicago is exercising its gigantic in- Â¬ main 0SE PECULIARITY OP TIIE IXSAXE Thats all right Mary The poor it Butter trnh aal Laxtngtnn all or in 1887 lawyers Constitutional Morninc and Chickens tellect in search of a method to get man needed help ft 50 1 75J 00 Curstosrlj c 1110 important niieM in inccoiuii wmiooi cnange will see an Immense diflerence but it Etigs McGarigle back from Canada Why youve torn your trousers aud Of SUPPRESSION AND COMPULSION Buffalo Express RIINNINH THKOOOH CARS T Wheat 6o6ic is difficult to convince the average fkillir JjIIIU TWENTY EIUUT HOURS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IK course he can not be extradited for tiie lo3tthe heel of one of your boots UIllJ s 25 00 One of the eculiar freaks of Insan Â¬ Flour ut Mills from Cleveland Plata Dealer citizen aud couvert him to that Travf ten tm vc a ebolee of two kind ml Olwlng cr a Q nnninl Yes I jumped hjto the water to crime of which he was convicted but 75 50 QOKKN AXDCKBHJBNT HOUrS Mua Slagam Bou Â¬ ity said Keeper Henry Moesr of the Corn per barrel 3iLlIU The continual howling of Gov For it is proposed according to yesterdaj s save a little girl view Hay per 100 lbs doir jufTet Our and lniilmuuH FlnttlulacwBilMteer State Room Pattern 40500 Erie County Almshouse is the seem Â¬ Oats in sheaf per loo tts aker Senator Sherman and other Re dispatches to rake up a charge of for- Â¬ 40050 You are a noble man Robert There is no doubt but what there was ing reversal of natural tendencies Lard Nearly All tho Leading Railroads Aiprc oKc publican leaders abiut the suppression gery which is an ollense within the Grand Central Union Depot In CliHdnnalT pemsengcni boMIng ticket via Ikta line ore a good deal of Democratic disafiection For example we have In the male Tallow therefore saved transfer BCOS8 the City and are aSHOted a JoarMjr atteudeU wllh speed of colored voters in the South is mere treaty and to bring him home upon Etc in which you can find the And the decreased majority is due very wards flue collections of comfort and ceuveuieuee I5ibc A GREAT TEMPERANCE ixtted plants Beeswax POWER gabble gotten up simply and soMy that If the movers in this scheme will much to thl- - As this is an exper- Â¬ and climbing vines which grow so Feathers tb Pteiaresqae ria- - Queen and Crescent SeaUreni States Line of the Meal for the purpose of stirring up sectional consult their attorneys and if the at Â¬ 6c7oc ience from the mourners bench the luxuriantly that they curtain the win Â¬ Oats per bushel General Offices St Paul Bulkllixr West Fuurlh St CluMttMll Ohio 50c prejudice It la the same old bloody torneys happen to be worth any thing Philadelphia Bulletin truth may a3 well be told The people dows Tho men tend thtso carefully Orchard Grass JOHN C GAULT t 35 H COLIJHCAN General Manager shirt that lias been flouuted in the face they will quietly be Informed that Uvnafal Aeet German I 20 LATEST STYLES AH over tne country there lias been are growing tired of having men put pluck away the dead leuves RiARROLL RYAS stir up the Timothy Millet RX AaatoUmt or the North for the past twenty years there is nothing in it that the pro Seed 3 40 - General Hiprintni3ent PB8ngac Agent jneKtfj n late years a remarkable quickening upas nominees for office simply be- Â¬ dirt In the pots prune the vine keep Oats in sheaf The colored voters In the South have position Is a veritable chestnut long of the moral seuse of Catholic congre- Â¬ cause they were Confederate soldiers and Tin LOWEST PRICES them carefully watered and iu divers Choice blue grass seed 45350 the same opportunities to exercise their since wormy and whiskered It came gations on the subject of temperance General Buckuer Is a geiuleman fitted other ways manifest Red top seed 752p5 the temlerest privilege of voting that any white man to adjudication first in our enterprising or rather of total abstinence There to grace any position both oy natur- a wntchfulltiess Not bo with Ihe women has The restraint of the colored suburb of Covington where a City perhaps has never beeu a time in the and education but he was handicapped Every attempt to introduce plants and T7o SUM TEACnQH- tad P0STA3TE ZRCmtBS af an ataaa T 30NANZA THRESHER voters in the South If any exists will Treasurer named Smith Hawes iiad history of the Roman Catholic Church In his race by tlie feeling much loo Do you want pure drugs and the best We do not Intend to be UNDERSOLD iWbeatOtSezeteverpeasauaaUKatiurfnaias we say we wilt INVOLVING ST3AWSrASEBS and aAWaIXS not compare for a moment with the embezzled a large amount of money when its young men have practiced loudly expressed that bo was running vine a a feature of the female wards brands of tobaccos nnd cigars You and to our customer twnia tor tco tarcaisc3 Jy Wastad Ay 1 l yon full value for every dollar in- Â¬ save hi the col t ige where he mildcL can rind give iJaVf t Tfl i Robinson Co f dictation and compulsion practiced by and had escaped in Canada Ttiey total abstinence to such an extent as more or less as tlie soldier candidate them at J J Brooks vested with n nnd we urge you to SI cases are confined have proved a Hat jRlchmondj Km I -- u certain manufacturers and business brought him back on a charge of for Â¬ they do to day Junc2i tf give ua an early call than any thing else The younger failure The women pull out the plants men hi the city of Cleveland In 1872 gery upon which he whs tried aud generation of Democrats whose knowie hy tiie roots tear down the vines and 8 and 81 when the laboring men igTery properly acquitted Then they Salutarls Water brought direct from edge of the war la acquired by trad -- manifest other destructive tendencies B Now la the time to bpy your Cloth Â¬ El fjffi were told emphatically that If they did fcought to try him for embezzlement St Clair Springs Mich Kept only tiou do not sympathize with this Veil Â¬ entirely at variance with the nature at ing while the great inducement is At NcKIees Old Stand ing They sec their Slate outstripped the ees iu general JOt vote the Republican ticket their of which he was unquestionably guilty by J C Hughes july22 tf oilere J by J C Ly ter ti June 23 Sm Ji Jyi3 tf THE CLIMAX FOLLOW THE CROWD Climax Printing THIS WIEIEIrS Low Prices will Astonish iTon RAMSEY OLDHAM FOR Shackelford Gentry AEE HEADQUA11TEES Oo3 Â¬ All Kinds of HASD WARE STOVES and TINWARE Blacksmiths andWagon Makers Supplies Roofing G utiermgji and all kinds of Tin and Sheet Iron Work Bone in the most Workmanlike Manns HTQIffE BUT THE EE5T OF WORKMEN EMPLOYED ALL WORK WARRANTED Implemenst Enown To The Trade Tlxo Best Farming Call and Examine our Stock before Buying We Can Please You W WIGGINS WE KEEP THE LAEGEST BRECK Attention Contractors BEST SELECTED STOCK Builders Hardware and Building Material LtEXIIffGTOltf BELLI COOK STOVES and JSTBLVSTITVO Â¬ RAIffSS POWDER DYNAMITE Â¬ - The Enterprising Young Merchant on First Street carries a full line of Staple and Fancy Groceries His goods are the best and his prices the lowest NEW FIRM QUEEN AND CEESCENT HOUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associats Roads W 2c boc 33C CLOTHING PrmciBal Pom is I ill oitt fc 2ic ii5c HATS TRUNKS tfislit Trains gMSlS in Vfinr lltltlU TTAXalSES 23S BEST GOODS oass--tB- Travel Â¬ i4 estifodei W Rsyr ert ft- v iJiJi2Sr t i WHITE OTttH mmmmsksamj0 AMtft MJaSJKtt sum m 4stitbaBa6 THE GLD1AX FRENCH TIPTON WEDNESDAY V G WHITE 17 1SS7 AUGUST J3uokners exact majority is Villein October The President will go to Nash Henry S Ives a fresh young man of New York lias failed for fifteen million dollars He monkeyed with Wall Street Assetts said to be about twelve million Â¬ The Sunny South Atlanta Georgia the only literary paper in the South is to give away five hundred dollars in prizes to its subscribers on the first of October We would like to see the Sunny South already a good paper grow to be the best in the Union Tlie Paris News says Democrats remained at home and that is why Thomas the Democratic candidate for the Legislature ran more than COO votes ahead of Buckner That is the lamest excuse of the season Dow a man could stay at home and vote for Thomas is what we cannot comprehend Â¬ Â¬ that 250 as the grand total vote between tions calling upon President Cleveland Buckner and Bradley is two to resign his office before starting on hundred and sixty thousand an what is called his electioneering increase in the grand total of only tour The Alliance object to the pay Â¬ three thousand while the increase ment of a salary of 51000 per month to of the Eepublicon vote has been Mr Cleveland or any other man twenty seven tho asand and the de- while he Is electioneering for a second office crease of the Democratic majority term of probably The Farmers Alliance be very angry were would twenty six thousand The thirteen any one to suggest that its members thousand Prohibition and Labor have been making fools of themselves votes account for half of the Courier Journal twenty six thousand but if Ave as to say that thirteen thousand more Renorts are cominir in inwpr the dis net or In flip rlni imrvQ ill fnrnlltm Democrats stajed at home Ave by the freshets often days ago Fifteen have a total of one hundred and seventy three thousand Democrats thousand acres of rice on the Carolina have or thirteen thousand more than side of the Savannah riverAugusta been destroyed and polled while the Repub almost totally of Avas ever twenty miles the inferior are for licans show up only nine thousand the third time uuder water Very more than any prior vote little rice ou the Savannah river will be It is said that figures wont lie saved and fifteen million acres ou the but they may be dreadfully mis- Ogeechee and five million acres ou tlie leading and puzzling Altamaha are threatened but not yet The most conspicuous facts in lost In the immediate vicinity of connection with the recent elec- Charleston there has been no loss aud tion are that Mr Bradley received it is believed that fully one half of the the largest Republican vote cast rice product of the State of 500000 bar- Â¬ since the Avar and General Buck- Â¬ rels of rice has been lost Â¬ Â¬ RELIGIOUS Elder C P Williamson is t holding a protracted meeting at Bethlehem in Bour bon county Rev Joe A Munday an evangelist from Georgia preached at the Court- Â¬ house last night Elder J R James will begin a series of meetings at Union City on Friday night August loth in connection with Eld AVills the pastor of the Baptist Jonn Church 3I0T1IERSI WIVES DAUGHTERS -- o epor 1st m- - 1 1 J Be your own pfcvslcian A lady who lor years suffered trom distressing FIRST NATIONAL BANK weaknesses etc female complaints so common to her sex and had deÂ¬ AT RICHMOND spaired of a cure finally found reme- Â¬ STATE OF KENTUCKY cured her IN THE dies which completely AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS Any 8uflerer can use them and thus cure herself without tlie aid of a physi Â¬ cian Two recipes treatise aud full di Â¬ o Address Mrs rections fiee Sealed RESOURCES 658 Broadway N Y W C Holmes 13ju lyr Loan and Discounts Name this paper 6218 78 - OF THE CONDITION OF THK FOUND AT THE CASH Public 5 -- - Sale GROCERY OF HOUSE AUGJ 1887 500110 I will on THURSDAY SEPTEMBERS 87 As Trustee of C Stafford 1 Deacon George White of Seymour Indiana was recently expelled from the church for declaring his belief that the world is ioooooo years old and that it is likely to stand for another 1000000 before tlie judgment day comes ner the smallest Democratic majority Be the cause what it may there is but one remedy promptness on the part of Democrats hereafter Â¬ RAILROAD HORROR The Courier Journal is of opinion that notwithstanding the returns so far received by the Secretary of State indicate a majority of the qualified voters of the State have voted in favor of a new Constitution that the peculiar requirements of the law under which the election was held are such that the exact result can not be deter-Â¬ mined for some time Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The most appalling railroad disaster the world has ever known was that at Chatsworth Illinois on last Wednesday night It far oxceeds the horrors of Ashtabula and Tay Bridge Whether the fearful tragedy was the result of accident or carelessness or fiend ishness on the part of robbers is not known At intervals of a few years these catastrophes of great magnitude occur and there seems to be no way to prevent them Â¬ m The Stanford Journal has not regained its equilibrium since Lincoln county went Republican and the entire Democracy of the State comes in for a share of cusein The Journal says The morning after an infamous decision by the Indiana Court of Appeals in a noted election contest a leading paper at Indianapolis broke out in a double leaded article which began D n their cowardly souls The same invective might be property applied to Kentucky Democrats using trifling in the place of cowardly Â¬ Â¬ On last Wednesday night an excur- Â¬ sion train ran into a burning bridge at Chatsworth ner Forest Illinois and the bridge giving way precipitated an engine two baggage cars and six coaclies into the ravine killing about seventy live people and wounding sev eral hundred There were nine hun dred and sixty passengers on board and the wonder is that the death roll was not greater The wreck took lire and had not the unhurt excursionists dug up dry eartli with their hands and splinters and poured it on the flames the horror would have been increased materially Whether the fire was the result of accident or the work of luceu diaries is not known The heartreudor ing scenes and incidents fill column after column of the dailies Whole families perished iu au instant Hus Â¬ band was killed leaving the wife mother was snatched from children and so the horrors ran through the long list of passengers From the fust car that went down only four persons es caped alive out of sixty As many of the wounded were at once removed to various parts of the country the exact number of deaths will never be This calamity exceeds in known Mrs John Shouse of Lexington has been elected President of tlie Christian AVomons Board of Missions of Kentucky The vice Mrs Richard Reid resigned board is composed of thirty nine auxiliary bodies located in diffcrrent portions of the State The Kentucky Christian Missionary Convention met in Muysville last week Gen W T Withers of Fairlawn and was in session three days Officers Stock farm Lexington has recently President John S Shouse elected made the following sales To B P Vice Presidents O A Bartholomew and Williamson Raleigh N C Honey Â¬ B McGuinn Treasurer Prof James foaled 1884 by J suckle bay mare White Secretary H W Elliott Assis Happy Medium dam Susan Brady tant Secretary George T AValden State by StradersU M Clay Jr for 51500 Evangelist and financial Agent B G To the same party Miriam bay filly Executive Committee Robert Clay foaled 1SS5 by Happy Medium dam Graham R T Matthews C L Loos Etona by Almnnt for 5000 To IJ W McGarvey Prof A Fairhurst Thomas Rouan Wyoming Territory AVhite Standing Auditing Com- Â¬ suckling filly three months old James bay mittee J B Morton J B AVallace by Aberdeen dam Jesse Pepper for The session was in every way satisfac- Â¬ 51000 To Wni L Lewalt Vincennes and the cause much advanced Ind Blackwood Medium brown stal- Â¬ tory lion foaled 1882 by Happy Medium DIED dam Bettis Blackwood for 5750 Â¬ Overdrafts U S Bonds to secure circulation and mortgages A Novel Bet While I am not a Other stock bon Js reserve agents Duo from approved Due from other National Banks Cheney of tlie betting man said F Due from State Banki mid bankers firm of F J Cheney Co I considered Ileal estate furniture and fixtures fel- Â¬ Current xpenses and taxes paid it my religious duty to make that rremlnmi pnld low a bet You see he was about dead miU of other Banks Fractional pnpercurrency nickels and 1 guess he would have died before and cents Spring if had not got him on tlie specie tender notes IjCshI bet You know some men had rather Redemption fund with UHTreus uroroper ceutof circulation J 11275 05 1200 11 0117 2 IWm 7J 735 77 60 00 Oil DYKES ON A full and complete stock of in the town of Eichmond Ky proceed to expose at public sale to the highest bidder the following described valuable real estate to wit The Ria-Ec-voLNrD 3JJ2 TiO 1STO 0U Hi North Second Street STAPLB AND FANCY I 6 5500 00 1WO0O loose their lives than lose a hundred well he was one of that kind and we both came near being out but I saved my huudred and it only cost him ten He sent for me dollars Hows that one day and said tlie doctors had all given him up to die with the catarrh I told him that I would bet him 100 that Halls Catarrh Cure would cure him or I would give him 100 if it failed He took tlie latter proposition This was three months ago you see how he looks now dont you as well as any one and a dandy Americau Toledo O Premium Dread 250H IGIjO 91 Totai LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits National Bank notes outstanding Individual deposit Kubject to cheek Due to other National Banks Due to State Banks and Bankers Notes and bills re discounted STATE OFKENTUCKYlt o 0000 00 5001 M 00 6078 71 45000 00 1718 82 GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned Goods Green and Dried ruit Planing- KY - Mill Build- Â¬ Including Grounds Office and Mill ings and Machinery I7J28 3SS0 114M2 5161530 91 This plant is almost new having been built and in operation only about two years is thoroughly equipped with all the moat mod ern improved machinery and in complete order Also County or Madisox j I J E Oreenleaf Cashier of tlie above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to tlie bettor ray knowledge and bellof J E Grehnleaf Ci sliter Subscribed and sworn to bofore mo this Stii day of August 1887 TWO NEW FEAME COTTAGES containing five rooms on the S E Corner Hallie Irvine and nui streets and Lots No- - 7 8 9 10 11 129 and 30 in the Estill addition One lot on Irvine street near Formans RoHer Mill beinj old mill lot ROBT BUBNAM N P and plenty 01 every thing in ray line This house is Strictly -- BEREA Mr T H Gerry has returned from a visit iu New Jersey Rev J G Fee spent several days at tlie assembly at Lake Side in Northern Ohio A new industry lias sprung up iu our midst in which mauy citizens engage It is water hauling as most of the wells haAe gone dry Bro Messrs Covington Arnold Grocers oiler a premium of 10 on tbe first day of the Fair for tlie best loaf of wheat bread salt rifting and one of 10 for the bet loaf of wbeat bread yeast risiug to be baked from tlieir cele- Â¬ brated Aetna flour made by Bo- Â¬ Millcy Cain wife of Gideon Cain nanza Boiler Mills Richmond Ky Mrs Julyi3 tf died on Sunday August 7th 1S87 after a long illness aged 75 years Cobbect Attest Dwelling House and Lot on Main Street Fronting 7 7 feet by 272 feet deep This is a very desirable location It lias on it two good cisterns and all necessary outbuilding such a wood and coal house cabin stable crib and carriage house Terms easy and made known on application and on day of sale J W CAPERTONIt X WHITE H U WHITE J y Directors ON Business A- SALE FOR OF THE ONE MOST DESIRABLE FARMS - Strictly CASH Basis uxot The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOUSE -- J STONE WALKER Trustee m I nm CENTRAL KENTUCKY Dr Stephen W Bates died at his resi- Â¬ The Babies Cky Fob E P Fairchild has tlie foundation completed for his new boarding house aud is now putting up the frame Mr Van Ryans sister Mrs Ruther- Â¬ has come to speud some time iu the place Mr T J Robinson lost a little daughter last week She died of flux Mr J Lusk died last Friday at tlie residence of his son Dr LusK of this place Mr Lusk has been in bad health for some time and came here hoping to get better but was taken ford of Tennessee dence on the Speedwell turnpike seven miles from Richmond in Madison county Ky on Tuesday August 9th 1887 in the Dr Bates practiced 87th year of his age medicine in Clay county for many years and removed to this county about twenty years ago He was a valuable citizen and good neighbor He was the father of Mrs H L AVhite and Mrs Ellen Gib- Â¬ son of this place Miss Mollie Bates and William Bates of this county and Thomas Bates of California The burial occurred in the Richmond cemetery on AVednes- day old folks laugh when they rind the pleasant California liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs is more easily taken and more beneficial in its action than bitter nauseous medicines It is a most Val- Â¬ uable family remedy to act on the bowels to cleanse tlie system and to dispel colds headaches and fevers Manufactured only by the California FIr Syrup Co San Francisco Califor- Â¬ nia For sale by White Stockton it And tbe magnitude any railroad accident that ever happened iu the United Slates and even in the world except perhaps the Tuy bridge at which the entire train went down and nothing wns ever beard of any body or anything con nected with it JOHX CLAY DEAD with flux aud soon passed away Â¬ Four hundred aud one convicts con fined iu the penitentiary at Nashville have signed au appeal to people of Tennessee to work for the adoption of the Prohibition amendment Chaplain Utley of the prison certifies at the bottom of the Ifct of names that the document was prepared by the con- Â¬ victs themselves and as a voluntary act on their part Â¬ tMrULUJBr JSLJLffl OF w on CITY PROPERTY PERKINS John the last surviving son ol Henry Clay died suddenly last Wednesday at his home near Lex ington in the sixty fifth year of his age Mr Clay never entered politics but lived the life of a successful farmer and breeder of fine horses Hisstablea were once widely known on the turf but fifteen years ago he abandoned racing and alterwards raised thorough Â¬ M Clay Â¬ Nice rain Monday morning which was greatly needed Water for slock had begun to get scarce THE COUXT majority in the State is 17000 Glancing back over the elections of the past ten years we find that Kentuckys Democratic majorities have ranged from 35 000 to 62000 This makes it obvious that there has been a Cleve decrease in the majoriti lands majority Avas 35000 The difference between that and Buck ners majority is 1S000 While a difference of 1S000 is rather conspicuous it is not so great as that between the gubernatorial major- Â¬ ity in 1S75 and the Presidential majority ol 1S7G the former being 36000 and the latter 02000 a difference of 26000 and that within a year whereas the lapse of time betAveen the Cleveland and Buckner elections Avas three years More than this there were but the tAVo parties in 1876 Avhereas in 1SS7 there were four The Prohibition vote in the late election amounted to S000 while the Labor vote was 5000 Add these together and you have a total of 13000 votes If they came principally from the Democratic side the loss is accounted for and from the regularity and tenacity Avith Avhich Republicans ordinarily vote with their party it is not an unfair presumption Again General Buckners total vote is in round numbers one hundred and forty four thousand while Clevelands was one hundred and fifty three thousand or a decrease of eleven thousand This differ- Â¬ ence is readily accounted for by the Prohibition and Labor vote So far the explanation is plain but is it satisfactory First is it fair to compare a State with a National election and if so why should voteri be deserting the Democratic and not the Republican party If this desertion con- Â¬ tinues how long will the Democratic party last But let us look on the Republican side Bradleys total vote is one hundred ard twenty seven thousand AAhile Blaines was only one hundred and nineteen thou- Â¬ sand Is this the result of Brad levs popularity over Blaines or the result of Buckners want of popularity as carapared with Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In round numbers Buckners breds trying to organize a vocal music class at Bethel which it stands greatly in waut of Mr Geo W Ferrell who has been running Ids steam thresher in Jessa Â¬ mine and Fayette counties will bring Jno H Herring is John H Jackson an educated col- Â¬ ored man a native of Kentucky but at present principal of a graded colored school iu Kansas City has been elected Principal of the Colored State Normal School located at Frankfort His find assistant Is C O Monroe principal of a colored graded school at Lexington A second assistant will be elected should the interests of tlie school demand it Having determined to go West I will Satiiay Am 2081 sell now prepared to offer Hearts Ease one of the prettiest best im- Â¬ proved uud best located farms in Cen- Â¬ Tbe tral Kentucky at n rare bargain farm contains 143 acres of a No 1 land lyin immediately at the junction of Louisville Southern aud Cincinnati Southern railroads 4 milts East of Harrodsburj 6 miles North of Dan- Â¬ ville and 28 South of Lexington Bur gin a station on tlie C S It W one mile North contains stores shops school church express telegraph and post oflicts o A pike passing the front yard leads to all these points Farm products can be shipped and merchandise received at either liurgiii The or the Harrodshurg Junction farm was improved about leu years ago by Crit Davis Esq tlie noted turfÂ¬ man with a view to rearing and train Â¬ ing trotters and has all the necessary appointments for that business includ- Â¬ ing a good mile track barn 40x80 c Other improvements are lieds the modern frame dwelling contain- Â¬ ing ten rooms three hills c cabin smoke house ice house coal housp carnage house and a tenant house of three rooms The fencing and gates are good There are two orchards and all varieties of small fruits If not disposed of promptly before that time I will on MONDAY AUGUST 20 1887 sell the place at public outcry to the highest bidder without reserve and at the same time nil the Stock Crop Farming Utensils Household and Kitchen Furniture c aug 10 tf B J PINKERTON 4f AMI Of -- IIS TRIAL ADRUFF I am simply over stocked and must reduce same SO NOTE THE PRICE Finest Embossed Gold Paper worth 81 Walehraakcr Watches Clocks ami Jeweler DEALEK IN reduced to 50 cents Fine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced to 30 cents Nice Papers worth 25 cents reduced to 15 cents Neat Papers worth 15 cencs reduced to 10 cents Jewelry Silver aud 1Ialed ware etc Special attention given to Everything at REDUCED FRIGES REMEMBER we hang your Paper on the walls at 10 cents per Bolt and on Ceilings at 15 cents per Bolt Call early in order to get choice selec- Â¬ tions as goods are bound to go quick at prices at public auction on M it over in Madison where he will thresh CONCERNING FARMERS- - the coming week a few crops that saved for him Avas LAST CALL Your City Tax is past due If not paid by September 1st 10 per ceut will be added according to the law R A BARLOW City Collector Office at Second National Bank augl7 tf the premises on Third Street my corner BARLOW SETTING DIAMONDS Is beating them all making the best grade of AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES REPAIRING Promptly done and in n workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver SF Dont lnrget the place next door to the Post orlice Richmond Ky Â¬ ReA Forman preached last Lords day at Silver Creek Chapel nug 10 it GJ While Son bought 2 good Dont to attend ilhe sale of the cotton mules 14 J baud atSSO per head valuable forcet property of M Barlow iu We are very dry witli poor prospects Richmond Ky on els of bluegrass seed to be delivered for rain Several of our farmers are August 1st 1888 at fitly ceuts per out of stock Avaten Am 31 1887 Wed bushel John Judy bought of John Several of the neighbors haAo fixed W Beau 60 cattle weight 1450 pounds The property consists of about at 4 cents Thus Lisle sold to John up the old scuooi nouse anu me Judy 20 cattle wheight 1200 pounds at Public school will be taught iu it instead of the Academy building Up 3 40 per hundred Asa Barrow Sou sold to W B Kidd lor Lehman to date Ave are iu au unsettled state in On Main Street near the center of the City A fine Bros 90 cattle weighing 1534 pounds regard to teachers at 4 cents Fine rains fell throughout Illinois and Wisconsin last week breaking the great drouth The agent ot Lehman Bros has bought about 300 cattle iu the vicinity of Mt Sterling weighing from 1500 to 1G00 pounds at 4 cent Laurel county holds her third annual Fair near Loudon 011 Thursday and Friday September 8th and 9th Sev Â¬ enty riugi Avith liberal premiums Speciul to the Evening Wisconsin from almost every portion of the State show that the ram storm was general and that the drouth stricken districts have been eflectually relieved Iu Clark county T G Barrow sold to T C Robinson two thousand bush Â¬ HOUSE and LOT also Household named Julvi3 tf KINCSTON Mr Mrs Tom Grubbs of Mt Sterling GEO M WILLGING and HE HAS A BIG STOCK ON HAND ALSO spent fair week with Mrs Pettus Gs sister AVHITE HALL KY Misses Eliza Lusk Jennie Faulkner Offers iiis professional services to the aud Lizzie Walker all of Garrard are public augt7 iyr on a visit to their aunt Mrs R L Breck Mrs J Hump Trlbble of Shelby couuty is visiting her brother Rich- Â¬ ard Jones W T SEXSMITH PHYSICIAN M DM AND SURGEON PCTBLIC SALE Kitchen Furniture I will make a clean sweep without reserve The best opportunity offered to buy an elegant home with all modern improve- Â¬ ments JOE S BRONSTON Meal and Coal Tays highest cash price for KENTUCKY CEHTBL R R NEW GROCERY Announce to the public and especially to that large class who buy groceries that they have opened a fresh lot of WHEAT I D -- BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Jioufa from ELLIS TOB--OOOS HIGGINS CIG ABSr DEALER IN FINE- - nesfc JF DESIRABLE- - Whiskies Brandies Wines Cigars c CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO STAPLE FANCY GHOCEEIES Queenswarc Glassware Woodenwarc AU POINTS Six Acres of Land BEIOK DWELLING ME1EFARI Cassius M Clay Plaintiff First Street RichmondKy vs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ from Chas McDowell 14 weighing 1600 Sam Moore 24 weight 1575 C P Cecil CO weight 1605 R D AE Logan 72 weight 1675 Card well Fox 48 weight 1025 N D Ingram 37 weight 1575 T M Lil Â¬ ian 27 1575 and 5 head averaging 1400 at 3 ceuts Also from Porter Sandidge 17 weight 1550 at 3 SO per Clevelands Next let us compare the last two cwU Lexington Press gubernatorial elections Knotts With regard to cattle there never majority four years ago was wus a better demand for well bred forty four thousand or greater useful Shorthorn bulls at moderate than Buckners by tAventy seven prices nud fancy pedigrees has gone by jousand Knotts total vote was but the Shorthorn breed of the cattle sly one hundred and thirty four was never iu better repute The lcusand or ten thousand less impetus that Las of late been given to than Buckners Morrows Re the dairying industry has helped to publican was ninety thousand create an improved demand for ani Â¬ or thirty seven thousand less mals which can be bred reared nud than Bradleys Thus it fol- Â¬ fed ou arable farmp generally where a lows that while the Demo- Â¬ course of mixed husbandry is pursued increased ten For Midi purposes we baAe always vote cratic thousand the Republican vote in- Â¬ maintained that there is no animal creased thirty seven thonsand The equal to the Shorthorn and we think has largest Democratic vote since ten the correctness of that opinio aLane demonstrated Mark war Tildens 1876 was one been fullyLondon Express The wheat crop of France Is good It is estimated that the yield will amount to 110000000 hectolitres against 105000000 in 1886 Russian harvest reports are satisfactory The crop is especially good in Bessaraoi and Podolia doubtful iu Vonynia Minck and Moheley owing to the ex- Â¬ cessive raiu fair in tlie provinces bordering the sea of Azof and the river Don and exceptionally flue in CharkoQ and Poltava Geo Kretz buyer for LelimanBros of Baltimore Las purchased the follow ing lots of cattle in this vicinity during the past few days at 4 ceuts per pouid From Davis Johnston of Lincoln 30 head averaging 1700 lbs from W F Davis 35 weighing 1650 lbs witli two superior cisterns of water of Begining to need raiu A gentle located near the centerand a4 acre lot fruit tree filled with ornamental shower would be very beneficial to the c Adjoining is a 2 acre lot 011 which com and tobacco is located a superior Brick Steam Mill ca of 50 bbl capacity Corn Mill Little wheat threshed in the neigh never failing supply of water borhood there having been uo sales The property will be sold iu 14 lots and then us two lots as may prove best made Sale positive at 2 P M on the prem Mrs A Tribble who was very ill he ou a credit of 12 mouths some weeks ago Is convalescing FORT ESTILL Pauline G Rodes HVsDefts Notice of Sale InEquity SOUTH BOUND North East West and Southwest And other articles kept in a complete grocery ltoase at their Xew Store ou Main Street nearly opposite Piggs livery stable PAST XjIIfcTE Ellis Uiggins is not a new firm but has been in existence for BETWEEN nearly twenty years They invite all their old friends and a good Lexington and Cincinnati share of other people to call and see them New Goods fresh from the cities New Uouse and New Priees Schedule in Effect Feb 28th 18S7 They have returned to Richmond to sell goods and mean to sell them Thev know how to buv and how to sell and what the people OALL AND SEE THEM aug 10 yr No ft No 4 No 12 want Dally Ex Sun Dally Dally Ex Hun 2AO Pianos and Organs i of the Madison Circuit Court rendered at the March term thereof 1887 in the above styled cause the undersigned will on sale T Y virtue J of a judgment and order of Sons Steinway Hazleton Bros Ivo Covington Ive Knlmout- hLvc Uymlilan- aArr larls Arr lxliicloi- iArr Arr Arr Arr Lvc 830 n in 825 fc35 1W3 - pic 1101 Thursday Sept 1st 1887 about the hour of eleven oclock A M on the premises in Madison county Ken- Â¬ tucky about one mile south of Richmond on Big Hill turnpike proceed to expose to public sale to the highest bidJer the fol Â¬ lowing described property viz A RESI- Â¬ DENCE and Christie Master Tommie Miller of Lancaster augl7 2t is the guest of Willie and Jimmle KL BARLOW New England and other Pianos Chicago Richmon- d- 2a pm 3i Arr Berea Arr Livingsto- n- 515 NORTH BOUND No 3 le Rowland Rlclunou- dIancasler Winchester- - larls 1110 U M pm U5U ftm 1235 1021 UtM1130 11x00 330 4v pjn pm I5 610 2a 51T7 pm 1123 n m 53 605 715 63J0 833 85 The Climax Printlng Company up stairs corner Main and ond Streets Eichmond Ky is prepared to do every variety of FRINTZNO promptly and reasonable prices 1 Sc No II No 1 CrOB PRI3TTInTC3 at tiO HOUSE IN hundred and sixty thousand Take Buckners vote of one hundred and forty four thousand from that and only sixteen thousand are left to make up the Republican in crease of thirty seven thousand 2Owirom whence came the twenty The Republican one thousand total vote lor the Tilden year Avas ninety thousand This added to one hundred and sixty thousand makes a grand total of two hundred and fifty seven thousand wliere Â¬ Mr Long sold a lot of 150 hogs at 4J cents Adam spence sold to J H McAlisler 50 ewes at 250 Jim Her Â¬ ring sold to Tom Woods 40 head about 14001b at 31 Len Hudson sold to Beu Robinson 60 cattle 1557 pounds Garrison is 10 at 3 and tlie rest at 3 the winning jockey of the season up to date He has ridden 104 races aud won 41 Stanford Journal Tlie Farmers Alliance of Floyd county Indiana has adopted resolu Stone STOCE MAEEBT REPOET The following have been the guests LIVE CORRECTED WEEKLY BY of Mrs Gregory the past few days R P Gregory Louisville Mrs Hart CO WEBER LOPER and Miss Pattie Brown Fayette John Live Stock Commission Merchants at J Goodloe Boyle Hart and Bent Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and Covington Stock Yards Goodloe Danville Miss Jessie Atkin It is one of the known as Woodland son Lexington Mo most desirable and attractive homes in the OHIO AUGUST 15th 1887 CINCINNATI State Situated on a good turnpike road not exceeding one mile from Richmond THIN COLUMN- SHIPPING CATTLE The house is large and well built The Good to Extra 4 25 land is rich and productive and lies well 4 oo 3 75 some of it situated not more than half Fair to Good 3 50 If some of the ladies who arc written Common to Fair The land is sus 1 75 3 35 mile from city limits up in our club party report will read the Good to Extra Oxen 1 50 3 00 ceptible ot division into three or more 2 is parts upon which suburban houses might 3 3j description they probably wont recognize Fair to Good Oxen 3 00 be built and will be offered in parcels and I 50 Common and Rough themselves also as a whole BUTCHER CATTLE Thp tract nearest Richmond and frontIf the truth were kuown Joe Mulliatton Good to Extra 3 75 ing 418 yards on the pike contains 60 35 is now on the staff of the Courier Journal 3 4 acres 3 O0 Fair to Good On Monday it announced that a million Common to Fair 3 65 3 50 The home tract with residence front- Â¬ 3 50 ing 836 yards on pike contains 6i acres 3 35 dollars stock had been subscribed for a gas Good to Extra Cows 3 75 3 50 The residue fronts 675 yards on pike well near Knoxville Tenn and one day Fair to Good Cows 3 35 and contains 100 acres 1 oo a bank at Somerset Common Cows Oxen last week said that 1 35 t 75 For further description see survey and Rough Cows and K3 was to be started with a tapial stock plot on file in this case BULLS TERMS Sale will be made on a credit of seven hundred and fifty thousand dol Best Shipping 2 65 3 50 of six and twelve months The purchaser 35 14 lar Best Bologna bond with ap Â¬ 3 25 will be required to give 3 oo Fair Bofogna The Lexington Observer consoles itself Fair to Good Feeders oo 3 35 proved security for the payment of the 3 to haye the force and ef 3 00 purchase money I 50 with the remark that notwithstanding Common and Thin fect of a judgmen- bearing legal interest Buckners majority is greatly reduced he FEEDERS AND STOCKERS From the day of sale with a lien reserved 3 75 was the only mon in Kentucky who could Good Extra Steers 3 00 upon said property until all the purchase 3 75 money is paid 2 50 have carried the state Now as the con Â¬ Fair to Good Steers 3 50 3 25 JA3 R BURNAM stitution prohibits General Buckners can Â¬ Good to Extra Heifers MCMCC 25 aug 10 4W Common and Thin Stackers 2 second time it is not fair to didacy a COWS AND CALVES presume that the state will go h w and c Best Grades 3 oo40 00 for tlie Republicans at the next Governors Fair to Good 20 oo3o 00 election 10 00 Common Best Veal Calves 5- 00 4 90 Fair to Good 4 oo 4- 75 Sjrnp or Figs 2 50 Common and Heavy 3 50 Manufactured only by the California SPRING LAMBS Co San Francisco Ca Fig Syrup la Good Extra Heary 6 25 6 50 Natures Own true Laxative It is the Good Butcher Due 4 50 5 00 most easily taken and the most pleas Â¬ Fair Butcher 3 75 4 25 co The same is mado outready to be 3 50 Common and Tail Ends antly effective remedy known to 3 HOGS receipted paid Money I must oleatvse the system when bilious or cos- to dispel headaches colds and Select Butchei 5 25 5 40 have so please call and settle at j tive Fair to Good Packers I 4 75 5 fevers to cure habitual constipation once and oblige Good to Extra Lights 4 85 5 5 indigestion etc For sale In 50 cents Ugtit rigs Yours Truly w4fc 4 7c 4 Qho M Wiu QIKO 3 75 and 100 bottlea by ctokton Willis I Rough and Seal a wags 3 00 jyy20 Cottage Organs Lve UvliigsUiu SrOOium 125 Iwe Korea Arr Rlrhinoml 1115 Lve Rowluuu 7U am Sl a m 811 Lve Lancaster 518 aaa Arr Richmond- - 11 JO CEHTRL KY DOES BETTER WORK Pro- Â¬ Â¬ 222 Acres of Land PIANOS AND ORGANS FOR RENT Rent applied as part payment - Write For Pricvs and Terms LUKE 8 and 10 W Main U MILWARD Le Arr St BJSAIa Â¬ ESTATE AND IKTSURANCE J SPEED SMITH A cut RICHMOND KY Hells Lexington KyJ Lve Lve Lve Lve Richmon- d- lajupui Winchester 215 Arr Iarn 3B ou Arr Coviiton Lexington - 215 pm 75 - 825 Paris Cyntlnuiia - 30 8t8 33U 10aK Knlmouth in too 727 815 iiaiu am 215 310 518 615 fessional Men Merchants Farmers Stockmen Tradesmen and every body else can find at Tub Climax office precisely what they want pm The latest styles in material and work always employed Here is a partial list of the things printed at Tub Clixax office II7 1135 WIAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND Lve Covington larls- No 52 No 51 Daily Dally Ex Sun Ex bun 7r Iexlngton Â¬ Arr Mlllertburg Carlisle Johnson- Slaysvilie SOUTH BOUND Lve Maysvillo 813 812 fcoi am OS 612 20 prn 5S 518 surance Companies Ofllce iu J C Lyters Clothing Store june22 tf rents or excliiinces all kinds of Real Estate on reasonable terms and represents firet clusa Fire and Life In- Â¬ 708 715 No 51 Dally Dally Ex Bull Ex Sun 10 X5 NoJ Johnson Cm lisle CLAUDE KHO A NEW Arr No Mlllersuurs Purls- Lexington Covington KI5 0JO 1135 75 717 6jSJ 555 am - tt50pni ja 23 218 V Envelopes Letter Heads Note Heads Bill Heads Statements Sale Bills Horse Bills Jack Bills Hand Bills Posters Dodgers Circulars Programmes Invitations Catalogues Briefs Pamphlets Business Cards Visiting Cards Prescription Blanks Labels Judges Clerks Sheriffs Marshals Magistrates Constables and other officers will find at The Climax office a full line of Legal Blanks such as Â¬ I5 610 ttW - HAVE OPENED oo2 Hardware Store onWest Main Street They carry a general line of oois four Account Was July Hardware Tinware Sltovcs and i Groceries prices They have the newest and best jzoods nnd will sell rbr CASH at the lowest Mr Smith ia a practical tinner of several years experience and he win do all kinds Of tin work roofing and reflalriug In the beat style at lowest JuneSS tf rateei it Fines Executions ccc To make a long story short everybody Covington Arnold Brn want to buy 100000 bimliela of wheat for which and anybody can iindeveiry thing and any they will pay tbe highest aXaSTithing wanted 45 lve Lexington 800 arr Paris 842 p m NOTK Trains 3 and i nre dally botween Winchester Lexington and Cincinnati other trains aro dally except Sunday Direct connection is mode at Winchester with Chesapeake and Ohio for MU Sterling Ashlnnd Ilantlnston Charleston W Vu and Baxtern rules FAST LINE Noc 3 anil 4 rnn via Win chestcrKoll J Trains ivllli Pullman Sleepingchiv oeivr eeu Clncimmtl and UlclimondV ami Winchester and Washington I C Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any uesunauon reacneo oy a raiiroau For tnll particulars addiess or call on any agent of the Company or V A FEELY MOrwE 8P Jen Fassr Agt Trav Passr Agt Covington Ky Lexington ICy H E HUNTINGTON E BCAKIt Agt lUchmond Ky Itccelver Uennrol Office Covington Ky nneSS tf Warrants of Arrest Summonses Subpoenas Deeds Mortgages Affidavits Bonds Attachments Notes Supercedeases Capias Pro a 0 Mrs J E Greenleaf white albatros Worsted embroidery MIsh SallleK C W W Adams Lexington Mrs natural flowers diamonds Brooks Muirs Statlou Miss Fannie Susan W Sherley Fayette co ters Messrs Minnies Marys Maries Mrs Samuel Bennett Jr white D White Lexington Mare colt A T Brown Fayette en AUGUST 171887 Mitdihons in print this week that we WEDNESDAY surah aud crushed rotes diamonds Linen embroidery Mrs Gaitskill J J Embry county are short of Ms We select a few only Mrs A W Stdith wine surah crepe Montgomery co Miss Sadla Wllgus Mare 1 year old and under 2 Ran The gas well Is now flown two liuu- - from the list above referred to dechlne lace diamonds Lexington dolph Bros Fayette co Miss Duncan Garrard albatros lace lred feet Mrs J B Cheuault white satiu aud Miss Lucia Bur Â¬ Silk embroidery Mare 2 years old aud under 3 John and satin natural flowers tule magnolia buds nam Richmond Mrs Sandals Fort T Hughes Lexington T V Boudiuol Save money by remllifgndvertiso Miss Spears Jessamine black lace Mrs Sallle Miller black vel vet lace Smith Ark county went Last Uall elsswliere in this pink surah sash diamonds natural diamond Hem stitching by hand Miss ReMare 3 years old and under 4 Pres pajier flowers Madam Bosbyshell black silk lace becca Bullock Falmouth Miss ReÂ¬ ton R L Larker Lexington T B Miss Wolebt Jes amine cream al So far Mr H B Tixhl has learned over dress flowers diamonds becca Bullock Falmouth 10 entries Muir Lexington nothing relative to I he burning of his batrus electric green plush natural embroidery Mrs The gentlemen were James Rich Â¬ Silk keushigton Mare4 years old and over McKee flowers two barns ardson New Orleaus E Field Miller Henderson Falmouth Mrs Theodore Traynor Richmond Whitney Co Miss Bright Danville blue mull Mt Sterling Mississippi James Heath Mr Dun Bradford Falmouth There U now on deposit in the four black velvet trimmings embroidery keushigton Worsted Sweepstakes Gelding any age W lap Mr McDowell South Carolina banks of Richmond to the cieilit of Miss Patterson Cytithiana cream W Adams Lexington Mrs Susan S G Sharp aud Mr Bra Held Lex Â¬ Mrs Theodore Bradford Falmouth individuals S1S2706 albatros black moire sash Sherley Lexington ington Samuel Phelps Andover Miss Rebecca Bullock Falmouth Miss Ethel Heacox Lexington Massachusetts John H Stuart Mare any age Whitney Co Mt Arrasslue embroidery Mrs Theodore Misses Alice and Lena Duerson Rave James cream albatros lace overdress Miss Mamie Sterling Presion Falmouth R L Parker a croquet party at their delightful S Winn Fielding Buh Hampton Bradford MistLIIirdLawrenceburg embroid Â¬ country home Saturday afternoon Fayette co Bush R C Gatewood S D GofT Baldwin Madison en ered mull natural flowers Ten yards home made jeans Mrs Pair matched geldings John T Winchester Rogers Reed James Miss Jennie Lilian Liwrenceburg Hughes Lexington The finest grapes the Climax lins Gatewood J M Crawford C C Cheu- Nannie Million Madison co embroidered mull natural flowers Ten yards home made flannel Jim seen this season wore left at this ofllce Matched mares Whitney Co Miss Brock Lexington inle green ault Squire Turner C C Turner C Deatherage Madison co by Miss Magggie May ML Sterling W W Adams Lexingyesterday L Gayle C D Orubbs M L Whit- Â¬ satin with over dress Mitchell len yards home made rng carpet ton Mij s Patlon Nicholasville heliotrope ney D T Apperson L Bridgeforth Best lady nnd gentleman rider Carroll Hamilton Mt Sterling Dr Mrs O W Hisle Madison Co Miss Dr Dlllard Price well known in the albatros with lace Mattle Covington Madison co special premium by J C Lyter MNs county lias re Mini Muir Fayette county cream Johnson Dr Letcher Georue Mn Uortberu part of this Pair home made blankets Mrs Wil- Â¬ Talltha Rogers county Miss Nannie Roberts William S Rowland Dan- Â¬ silk diamonds moved to Winchester ville R C Gregory Louisville J lis Hisle Madisou co Mrs Muhnln Maupin county Miss Eva Heacox Lexington cream Double team regardless of sex color B Brooks Frank Bedford Bryce Perkins E Tutt Barnaul TJ S Social Com- - albatros with lace over dress Pair wool hose Mrs Nancy Taylor or ownership W W Adams Lexing Â¬ Steele Paris W i in Miller McKee mUsloner is sending numerous viola- Â¬ Miss Rogers Georgia pink silk and hJuuiiird John K Faulkner Lan- Â¬ Madison co Mrs Theodore Bradford ton John T Hughes Lexington tors of the law to Louisville ace Trotting race on track 100 puree caster R T Irvine Lebanon J Falmouth Wool one half hose Mrs J F best 3 iu 5 Burnam More than three hundred passengers S Walker J C Hughes A W Smith Bennetts Yazoo bought tickets at the K C depot in county Samuel Masons Miss Hofp J B Cheuault J R Burnam J E Wagers Madison co Club ParO Gloves Mrs W A Bacon Paris -- 0 Boyle county Riuinioud on last Saturday Greenleaf D B Shackelford GW Rlohmond has never had an enter-Â¬ Running race on track best 3 in 5 Willis S H Stone J A Sullivan F entries son of Mr R tainment superior to that given at M Greeu Johu Bennett R B Richard Cotton hose Mrs J F Wagers purse 100 75 to 1st and 25 to 2nd Terrill L Gentry fell from the second story Madison Club on Thursday night of Sam Bennett Jr J B McCreary J Madisou c Mrs Theodore Bradford Charles Andersons Playfellow Fay Â¬ window of Sextons grocery on last week The great double parlors J Brooks E B Hume John C Miller Falrrroutb ette J M Isolas Fellowcraft Fayette the sjmolous ball room the ample Monday but was not seriously hurt Cotton one half hose Mrs Theodore co Dr Win Jennings F H Adair A F lining room the capacious hall aud THIRD DAY Maj B G Tlinmas the well known the several other rooms were brilliantly Dudley Dr John Foster J W Crooke Bradford Falmouth Mrs Richard HARNESS HORSES Jr N V White O H Cheuault W Pettus Madison co horse dealer of Lexington nuil broth- lighted and profusely decorated and B Bright George W Phelpsj Wni F Stallion under 1 year old R P Fox Cut flowers Mrs John S Park Fort er of the late Judge C B Thomas Trost Saxtons orchestra with its Frank aud Robert French Hume D W Tribble E Tutt Bur- Â¬ Smith Ark Mrs J Speed Smith county the circuit court is dangerously grandest mu ic inspired the of threescore nam W R Letcher F B Carr Dr niotimnntl county sick with Brighls disease belles and as many beaux whose elabo- Â¬ Hand bouquet Mrs J Speed Smillif Stallion 1 year old and under 2 mm M C Heath French Tipton Richmond Mrs John S Perk Fort lrviue Asbill county T B Walker Frank Maler the Journeyman tailor rate costumes and noble bearings com Bro county who attempted to kill his wife was bined with the splendors of the place Smith Ark forming an animated scene upon Stallion 2 years old and under 3 Mcfined S10 and coats and exceedingly PERSONAL Painted china Miss Florence Barlow Kee Traynor county Sam Johnson Richmond liglt punishment considering the which the eye loves long to dwell Those who had never ylsited the Club Oil painting Fred Dunage quality of the crime Rich- Â¬ Boyle co Miss Cora Sawyers of Barbourville is were astonished at its magnitude and Stallion 3 years old and under 4 mond Fred Dunage Richmond 7 Col T S Moberley leaves this week elegance and even its members had visiting Miss Cora Pigg John Davis Fayette co entries with Lis herd of Shorthorns for Ohio not thoroughly comprehended its Mrs AJ Reed is in Louisville visitStallion 4 years old and over BurWater color painting Mrs R B He will exhibit at a number of stock magnificence Twenty live visiting ing her mother who is ill county Robert Co Clark Madisou co Miss Georgia nam Bennett fairs in Ohio Illinois and Iudiaua ludies and more than as many from McAlister Lincoln en Moberley Richmond Miss Lou Burgin of Woodford county before he returns At these places he home with thirty or more visiting Brood mare Known to be a breeder Pencil work Mrs P B Clark Mad Â¬ meets in competition all the best herds gentlemen and an equal number from is visiting Mrs E Burgin R A Sparks county James Crutcli- Â¬ isou co of the country yet he always brings home gathered by the nihiouable hour Miss Sudie Davis of Nicholasville is Crayon Work Miss Nannie Maupin er Jr county home a liberal share of the honors to of 9 and until past 2 In the morning visiting Miss Rosa Alverson Rockaway more or gelding special Madison co Fred Demaite Richmond fray nothing about the blue ribbons and indulged in tie various delights of con- Â¬ Two pounds of butter special prem Â¬ premium by Million fc Fox W W Mr W D Oldham of Texas is visit the hard cash versation promenading dancing eat- Â¬ ing E 11 Hume ium by J J Brooks Miss Bessie Mil- Adams Lexington the family of Col T S Moberlcy ing and general merry making The ler Madison co J H Boggs Muditou county Mr Joe S Hronstou says he has de Misses Cora and Belle Bullock of Sweepstakes stallion any age Mc co termined to go West and cannot afford tabiu was prepared by an imported Falmouth visited friends here last week caterer and the delicacies and dainties Traynor Richmond Robert Two pounds cheese Mrs O W Kee to leave without selling his residence Mr John Doty of Lancaster visited Hisle Mudison co Mrs T J Curtis McAlister Lincoln co To the mind of the writer this is one of requisite on such occasions were pres Â¬ Handsomest double turnout regard the niMt desirable places in our city ent in abundance There was no rush Mr Charles Breck Jr during the Fair Madison co Whitney Co Mt Two loaves of corn bread Mrs Wil- Â¬ less of ownership It is indeed at small outlay of money or confusion or want or oversight the Mr A J Carver and family and Miss a country home and yet within a few progress of the evening being marked Rogers of Georgia arc at Mr R P lis Hisle Madison co Mrs J E Sterling by that regularity and ease observed in Roadster gelding any age J W Boggs minutes walk of any part of our town Foxs Two loaves of wheat bread Mrs Craiiiltdl Fayette co R F Faris You cant appreciate it until you see if houses much given to entertaining Lycurgus Broaddus of South Carolina John McKenua Richmond Mrs B Garrard co The ladies present and their costumes Dont let the opportunity pass and then is spending a few days at his old home C Gelding 3 years old and under 4 Potts wish you had bought it Somebody is so far as obtained wurer Mis Holt of Fraukfort white silk this county Saddle of mutton Johu H Peyton Sam Johnson Danville J V Myers going to got a bargain white passu m en t re lace and dia- Bourbon co Mr Wm J Collins left yesterday for Madison co Mr B Forest Itiddell of Evansville mnids Mare 4 years old and over John T Baked ham special premium by L Hot Springs Ark He goes to have his Ind formerly of this place isiu town Miss Turner Missouri bluok iace cars treated E nnd G C Francis Mrs B F Tevis Hughes Lexington this week He is in the Livery busi Â¬ dress flowers diamonds Mare 3 years old and under 4 Dave Madison co Sirs John H Peyton Hon J B McCreary has gone to ness and left home in pursuit of a horse Miss Simuis Paris black lace Wilcox county Madison co Washington to help invite the President thiel A mail hired a horse and fail- Â¬ dress natural flowers Stilliou 4 ers old and over Mc Â¬ Plate beaten biscuit special prem- Â¬ ing to return it Mr Riddell followed Miss Samuels Mt Sterling blue silk to Kentucky ium by J D Dykes Mrs B C Potts Kee and Trjyuur Richmond O H him found the man in Garrard county diamonds Mrs Dr Frazee of Louisville is visitMadison co Miss Mattle McDowell Cheuault Richmond and received pay for his horse He Miss Atkinson Missouri corded ing her nephew Dr L J Frazee on Madisou co Stallion 2 years uld and under 3 came on to Richmond tosce his friends cream velvet natural flowers pearls Second street White cake Mrs Willis Hisle Mad- Â¬ Wm Deatherage county here He is married is looking happy Miss Winn Mr Sterling heliotrope Boy Ride liest rider under 15 years Mr BosVey of the Winchester Sun and isou co Miss Mamie Baldwin Madi and is doing a prosperous business rilk luce diamonds old Joe Cheuault Richmond sou co Mr Walton of the Stanford Journal Miss Letter Washington black took in Race on track Gentlemans roadster Sponge cake Mrs Willis Hisle Mad Two Hops the Fair velvet and lavender surah lace and ison co Mrs Nannie Norris Madisou nice best 3 iu 5 John T Hughes The yenng men cave two elegant Mrs John C Ballard attended the co diamonds Lexington Sam Johnson Boyle co hops at the New Opera House Inst Miss Faulkner Lancaster pink satin Kentucky Christian Missionary Conven Chocolate cake Mrs Richard Pettus FOURTH DAY week Wednesday night and Friday tion at Maysville last week tule and pink roses Madison co Miss Auuie Urmston nialit They were well attended and SADDLE HORSES Miss Fox Mt Sterling pink surah Misses Ann Dcjarnett anJ Minna Richmond the specator were numerou- - The Sallion under 1 year old W S Dun- Â¬ pink passuuientre diamonds Jelly cake Mrs Willis Hisle Madi Â¬ can county Eugene Todd county Crutclier have gone on the excursion costumes were elegant and the music Miss Hood Mississippi white nuns from Lexington to Mammoth Cave son co Mrs Mattie Alverson Rich Â¬ I urnished by Trost Saxtous orches veiling white surah silk diamonds Stallion 1 years old and uuder2R E mond tra There was present an unusuilly Graham Fayette co Mrs T S Moberly has been quite sick Miss Park Cyuthiaua white silk large number of visitors The youuz Fruit cake Mrs Mattie Alverson Stallion 2 years old and under 3 M with flux for several weeks She is now ostrich feathers diamonds men in and about Richmond dont Miss Auuie Mershon B Arcuckle county Richmondconvalescent and is at Estill Springs Miss Muir Fayette county black Richmond do things in any half way manner Stalllou3 year sold and under4 Isaac velvet brocaded lace iridescent Misses Maggy Berry and Sissy Alvison Black cake Mrs Robert Miller Mad Â¬ Slipp Bourbon co Henry Meredith trimmings of Ford and Misses Salliu Broadhurstand ison co Mrs R P Fox Madison co Elegant Parly Clark co Miss Lackey Missouri pink brocuded Nora White of Winchester attended the On Tuesday night of last week the Gallon Ice cream special premium Stallion 4 years old and over O H Fair on Thursday Misses Broustou gave an elaborate silk duchesse luce by S Dinelll Co Miss Bessie Miller Cheuault Richmond J A JR Miss Williams Cynthiann blue party in honor of Miss Lester of Miss Lizzie Jett who has been quite Madison co S Dlnelli Co Rich- Â¬ Farris Garrard co Washington City tLeir cousin The nuns veiling lace diamonds sick at Frankfort it now convalescent mond Mare under 1 year old J N Hern Miss Walker Lancaster blue silk resilience and grounds were beautifully Gallon sherbet S Dinelll Co and is expected home to day Mrs J J don comity R P Fox county illuminated and the parlor halls lace nalurul flowers diamonds Richmond Miss Minnie Smith Rich Â¬ Brooks is with her Mare 1 year old J O Brooks Miss Brown Bourbon county slate drawing room and dining room taste mond county Miss Lucilc Lindner Lexingtons popufully decorated with vines and flowers silk velvet steel trimming Grape wine Mrs M Million Madi Â¬ Mare 2 years old and under fl John Miss Shelby Fayette county black lar songstress who has several times The supper was an exquisite one pre Â¬ son co Miss Lucy March Madison co E Anderson Garrard co Jake visited in Richmond has returned from pared by Diuelli and the delightful silk lace aud gold ornaments Blackberry wine T J Potts Madi Â¬ Shearer county improved in health Miss Cheuault Lexington blue silk the Northwest much mu ic furnished by Trost Saxton son co Mary Estill Madison co Mare 3 years old and upder 4 Ben To employ the words of a visitor it tule over dress natural flowers Peck apples Miss Nannie Black Prof C P Williamson and B J B gg county Miss Slaughter Danville ciel and was a love of a party too pretty for Newlon Esq attended the Kentucky Madison co Mare 4 years old and over C D description Among those present rose silk amber beads Peck pears W Mailers Madison co Cheuault Richmond E P aud J A Christian Missionary Convention at Miss Tucker Winchester blue silk were Miss Lester Washington Miss Peck peaches B C Potts Madisou McCord county Maysville last week Holt Frankfort Miss Cheuault ML mull lace diamonds co fielding 2 years old and under 3 Miss Bettie Embry of Louisville Mrs Rowland Danville black lace Sterling Miss Turner Missouri Miss Basket Grapes L Schlegel Rich- Bryce Steele Bourbon co S Taylor formerly of this county was a dcligatc to jet trimmings diamonds Williams Cynthiaua Miss Fox and mond Percey Breck Richmond county Mrs bteele Bourbon county white the Kentucky Christian Missionary Con- Â¬ Miss Samuels Mt sterling Miss At Peck irish potatoes Mrs James Gelding 3 years old and under 4 W vention at Maysville last week silk lace diamonds kinson Missouri Miss Tucker Win- Â¬ Keen Madisou co W R Hadeu Whitney Lexington W Ailaiii Mrs Turner Mt Sterling Xthademes chester Callie Cbenault Misses Rachel and Jennie Lillard of Madisou co Misses Co Mt Sterling satin natural flowers diamonds Florence Lawrenccburg who visited Miss Emma Barlow Nettle Stockton Peck sweet potatoes John Clark Gelding 4 years old and 0Vvt H C Mrs Park Arkansas black silk and Willis last week Mary B Harris Mattle Cheuault Min- Â¬ arc the guests of Misses Madison co W N Long Madison co Parvin Bourbon co Bryce Steele lace natural flowers and dkimouds nie Letcher Lula and Alice Arnold Kirksville this Blauohe Hart Bessie Peck tomalws W R Letcher Rich Â¬ Riuibon en Mrs Fesler Nashville black lace week Raj burn Rella Harber Mary Buruani SWEESITAKES mond Ben Blackwell Madison co Bessie Miller OIlie Gregory Harrie aud natural flowers Stallion any age Lsiac Slipp Bour Â¬ Peck turnips John H Peytou Mad Â¬ W Drawer and Richard Messrs J Miss Minnie Smith while and Milier Mamie Buldwin Anna Frazee Ciark of the Union Stock Yards Cin- ison co Mrs Mattie Alverson Rich Â¬ bon co O H Cheuault Richmond Mii nie Smith Lizzie Bennett Katie heliotrope silk crepe lisse natural cinnati were at Gelding any age W W Adams the Fair Friday shaking mond Phtlw Zenaida Embry Mary Mc flowers Dozen cucumbers Mrs Mattle Al- Lexington H C Pan in Bourbon co Miss Mary B Harris pink silk hands with all the stock men on the CorJ Delia Ramsey Mrs M M Mare any age W W Adams Lex Â¬ verson Richmond grounds Broustou Mrs J 8 Eronston A moire antique trimmings diamonds ington C D Cheuault Richmond Three watermelons W R Haden Miss Minnie Letcher pink crepe Among the former residents whom we number of gentlemen from other coun- Â¬ Walking ring mare or gelding J Madison co Tom Harris Madison co dechiue with corded velvet observed at the Fair were Mr Talton ties was present and a full quota from J R Fans Garrard co 9 en Half bushel wheat James M Smith A Miss Harrie Miller white velvet and Embry of Louisville Mrs T A Garrett Richmond and vicinity co James M Smith Madi- trie lace of Cynthiana accompanied by her Madison Combined ring mure or gelding W Miss Nettle Stockton red velvet husband Mrs Mary Smith of Shelby son co 6 entries Neasant Party rye Sid Taylor Madisou W Adams Lexington C D CheuHalf burhel cream gauze over dress natural flow- Â¬ ville nee Phelps accompanied by her ault Richmond co A four mile ride Monday evening husband Mrs Sam Brook of Scott ers SWEEPSTAKES with a pretty girl who shall liere be Half bushel oats Sid Taylor Madi Â¬ white surah county nee Todd j Mr George T Farris Miss Bessie Ruyburn Stallion any age McKee and Tray- Â¬ brought the writer to the coun silk nameless ofEastBernstadt Mr W O Field of son co Randolph Bros Lexington point lace diamonds try residence of Mr George Deather- - Miss Annie Frazee hand painted St Louis Mr E Field Miller of Mis Half bushel while corn iu ear J B nor Richmond Traynor Mare any age McKee age We have a few points for Tub March Madison co County Poor sissippi Miss Jessie Williams of Cyn mull pearls Richmond John C Hughes Lexing- Â¬ Climax First we note the beautifully House Miss Florence Barlow blue surah thiana Mr J Tcvis Wilkerson and wife ton decorated lawn leading to the house of Lexington Mr Irvine Blanton and Loaf wheat bread salt rising special silk and cream brocaded satin Gelding any age W W Adams wiIi its many Chinese lanterns giving premium by Coviugtou Arnold Bro Lexlugtou MissSullIeF Buruam cream silk wife of Cynthiana Dr Pigg of Florida J W Cromwell Lexing Â¬ to each and every comer a renewal of Mr A C Green Mr W S Norris Mrs Johu F Wagers Madison co ton gaiuett trimmings diamonds that cordial welcome that had gone out Mrs Mattie Alverson Richmond Miss Alice Brouston Nile silk lace Cincinnati 100 Mc- Â¬ Race on track 240 class with the generous invitations of Messrs yeast rising Loaf wheat bread gold ornaments Traynor Richmond Clark Kee Sam B and Will T Deatherage The special premium by Jovlngton Arnold Farls Miss Callie Cheuault blue silk crys- Â¬ Garrard PREMIUM LIST party was one of the largest we have Bni Mrs R P Fox Madison co tal passameulrie lace diamonds ever seen fully 150 persons being pres- Â¬ Miss Minnie Smith Richmond Miss Rella Haiber white albatros ent and was given In honor of their Of the Madison County Fair August Otli Best and fanciest pony under 14 with black velvet bodice guests Misses Spears Welch and hands high special premium by Stock Â¬ Miss Lila Cheuault white silk and 10th 11th 12th Duncan H was as some would term J Willis S Collins Richmond ton tule natural flowers it an old fashioned party old lashion- C T Fox Richmond Miss Delia Rutusey white silk natu ed at least so far as open liauded hos The first name after the thing ex Â¬ Best and fanciest model stallion ral flowers diamonds pitality and bountiful tables are con OIlie Gregory pink albatros hibited is that Of the person receiving mare or gelding J E J R Farls Miss cerned groaning under the weight uV lace front flowers the premium the second is that of the Garrard co Randolph Bros Clark co mat which refreshes the inner man Handsomest single turnout speciaj Mls3 Lucia Burnnra nunsveiling person receiving the certificate anj the girl too but we dare not say lace diamonds premium by P- Jb Pope Whitney first dvy that out loud for girls at partiesnever Silk patch work quilt Mrs Dr T J Co Mt Sterling Clifton Burgin Miss Katie Phelps pink satin and eat any thing Taylor Richmond Miss Rebecca Bal Â¬ Madison co velvet diamonds The Messrs Defltlierage were assisted Three minute class on track beat Miss Bessie Miller cream silk aud lard Falmouth by Miss Emma JDejaruett in doing the Worsted qiiilt MissSallie K Brooks three In five purse 100 Mckeo lace lienors of the occasion and so watch MiriVs Station Mrs H G Cundift Tray u or Richmond Samuel Johnson MissEluise Bennett blue albatros fully did they entertain that for pro Somerset Boyle co Inged chat or for love making the pink ribbons and diamonds Calico quilt Mrs Nannie Norris Running race best three in five Moss black lace flower Mfss Laura bo8 had no other alternative than to Madison Co Mrs Fannie Walluco half mile heats purse S100 first 75 topaz ornaments teil a ghl out of sight aud seek h walk Falmouth second 25 B B Millions Laura Miss Pattie Miller sea foam aud car- Â¬ or a seat under the mellow light of a Calico comfort Mary Estill Madison Johnson I Irnese lantern in the lawn Music dinal silk with luce SECOND DAY Co Mrs O W Hisle Madison Co lent Its charms to the occasiouand the piuk moire Miss Lula Bronston Mrs W A White counterpane HARNESS HOUSES eafy vice of dancing was indulged in antique lace diamond Anderson Garrard co Mrs D H Gelding 1 year old and under 2 Joe by the young while the older ones Miss Lizzie Bennett cream silk Myers Miullsbu co Jones county willingly practiced the laborious virtue crepe lisse trimmings Point luce linen handkerchief Mrs Gelding 2 years old and under 3 R of peeping In at the window Below Mrs W R Letcher black silk Ipce D H Myers Madison co Miss Hattle P Fax Jr county T B Muir we give a full list of tht ladies present and diamonds March Madison co Fayette co Tills powilpr never varletf A marvel of anj drets of each Mn J Stone Walker blue satin Sun bonnet Miss Frazier Madison Geldlug3 years old and under 4 Mrs purity stTKDKtli niJ whnlcfiODleness iloro tcunomlciil than the onlinnry kinds ami lin Climax begs pardon of lis Rhaileiiies diamonds co Mrs Nannie White CD Chenmilt Richmond W W cannot Iwt old In competition mIU IKc phos Â¬ mnl tltudesof JowlestsliorfwelKlil llumor nderslor omitting the list We con- - Mi J B McCreary blue satin hice Machine made calico dress Mis Adams Lexington Bold mly in itaux Rova phate powders glea tuliie truth We are out of Ms over drese velvet trimmings Uia- - Fuinife D While Lexington j Nannie Geldlng4 years old aud over special iuiusa rowoB V9i iw waniauiH it While Lexington lae borrowed all that our friend Hie fllPlKlh premium by Shackelford Gentry Jnueai tf Â¬ Â¬ m THE CLIMAX lUfglMer lias and still havent enough There are so ninny Misses Mr Mis mm THE RUSH THE CRUSH AND a3E3IE3 Â¬ Â¬ GENERAL EXCITEMENT -- IN RICHMOND ARE thFpalace DRY GOODS MM HD SHOE HOUSE Â¬ Â¬ OF-- 13P JlLJiL In -- BldP Arnolds Building next door to Stouffers Clothing House ld OF OUR- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Suimner Business The Whole Country is Glad Largest Store Largest Stock AND Lowest Prices Will be pleased to have you call and convince yourself that GOODS can be bought as cheap as in any city as very few arc able to compete with me buying and selling for Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cash only Â¬ Â¬ STREiLTG S MAMMOTH LOUISVILLE STORE DEY GOODS ilSlkAmi - Â¬ MUSIC MAKES OTHEES DANCE Wo have begun a crusade which must end in the discomfiture and complete rout of every interest not in harmony with our SMALL PROFIT SYSTEM Examine our drives and compare them with similar goods any where else and you will be bound in justice to yourself to ave- Â¬ Your Money With Lawns Lawns TJs mifot Â¬ Â¬ - cents per yard cents per yard Linen Lawns at 15 cents per yard former price 30 and 35 cents Handsome Dress Goods at 10 12 and 15 cents per yard reduced from 15 20 and 25 cents Ginghams for Dresses 7 cents former price 10 cents White Goods 5 7 10 and 12J- cents former price 7 10 15 and 20 cents Zephyr Mull Suits in Boxes at 4 reduced from 6 Elegant Box Suits at 1250 reduced from 20 Only a few left Elegant Box Suits at 1750 reduced from 20 Have only a few 3 5 A GENERAL REDUCTION ON ALL DRESS GOODS OF FIFTY PER CENT at at GOODS Â¬ July22tf I aii So Ak- - f r tc S oc Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Heavy Brown Domestic 5 cents per yard Bleached Domestics at GJ cents per yard Ladies Hose at 10 cents a pair well worth 15 cents Ladies Hose at 25 cents a pair well worth 40 cents Ladies Hose at 35 cents a pair well worth 50 cents Ladies Lisle Thread Hose at 50 cents a pair worth 75 cents Ladies Silk Hose at 75 cents a pair worth 125 Childrens Hose also at greatly reduced prices Ladies Kid Gloves at 50 and 75 cents a pair well worth 1 an J 125 Ladies Linen Hemstitched Colored Bordered Handkerchiefs at S cts Laces and Embroideries elegant styles and quality at greatly reduced prices Ladies Kid Button Shoes at 150 a pair worth 2 Ladies Kid Button Shoes at 2 a pair worth 275 Ladies Kid Slippers at 75 cents a pair worth 1 Mens Shoes at 2 a pair worth 250 Mens Shoes at 250 a pair worth 3 Mens Shoes at prices that will astonish you Our entire line of Straw Hats at half price to close out Mens Unlaundred Shirts Linen Bosom at 50 cents All our Mens Colored Shirts go at half price to close out All our light colored Mens Hats go at half price to close out ON MID AFTER July 1 87 -- I WILL- - Â¬ SPLENDID BARGAINS IN CLOTHING Mens Suits at 400 reduced from 500 Mens Suits at 500 reduced from SG00 t Mens Suits at 750 reduced from 1000 Mens Suits at 1000 reduced from 1350 Mens Suits at 1250 reduced from 1800 rBoys and Childrens Suits from 200 up to 750 reduced from 300 SL00 500 SG00 S750 81000 81250 Â¬ Continue to Sell at A GREA- T- Â¬ Â¬ REDUCTION MY Â¬ Â¬ We have made a general reduction in the prices of every thing in our House EHmE STOCK OP THESE GOODS MUST GO Our stock must be reduced to make room as we need it and are determined that the goods must go 7 CLOTHING o Â¬ J Â¬ THESE ARE ALL FACTS INDISPUTABLE FACTS Come FOE GASH -- - and See For Yourself Care- Â¬ UNTIL IT IS- - Examine Critically and Compare fully every thing is under price ALL KINDS OE CARPETS IHATTKffG CLOSED OUT 4KlHa ure RUGS and OIL CLOTHS CLOTHIIffC POWDER Absolutely BOOTSr and SHOES HATS arc away down in price at TRUKTKS DRY GOODS NOW IS THE TIME TO FIND OUT HOW CHEAP YOU CAN BUY CXOTHING FOR THE MONEY Be Sure and Give Me c you want a Bargain A Call if H lev- - tr Wf3xioi2fc XQiicrfriXli J STRENGS St J n SO tft C LYTER 0 Professional Cards AwHkeT Smith J DDS CHURCH DIRECTORY NEWS PARAGRAPHS Geu Wm Preston Is reported to bo BAPTIST a Cane Spring Calvinist 1st Saturday S OFFICE Main street two doors and Sunday Pastor Rev Wiliam Ru pard june22 tf Above Second Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and Pastor Rev T L Lawson C MORGAN D D S Sunday Fork Hays 3rd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble XOFFIUE Main street over Modi Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday son National Bank Richmond Ky Pastor T L Lawson June 22 tf Saturday Brick Church Kirksville and Sunday Pastor Rev J A James M POYNTZ DR Republican 2nd Saturday and Sunday AND BURGEON and Sunday after 4U1 Saturday Pastor PHYSICIAN Rev Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and OFFICE Second street over Mnrii eon County Drug Store june22tf Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night G EVANS M D Pastor Rev Predcstinarian Sen ices 2nd Richmond AND SURGEON Saturday and Sunday and 4th Sunday PHYSICIAN Pastor Rev E H Burnam OFFICE Second street over Madl Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday june22tf son County Drug Store Pastor Rev B S Hunting Union 1st Saturday and following Sun- Â¬ day Pastor Rev John G Pond DR TAYLOR Viney Fork 4U1 Saturday and Sunday Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery Pastor Rev J A James RICHMOND KY Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sun- Â¬ OFFICE Hecond street over Madi Â¬ day Pastor Rev june22tf son County Drug Store Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ vices 3rd Saturday and following Sunday 11 month oclock A M and DR JOHN M FOSTER in eachand 7 P atMn on Sunday Pastor also 3 Elder M Campbell MAIN STREET quite Va III at White Sulphur Springs W The remains of M Kathofl until his death the greatest of Russias editors were yesterday interred at Moscow Eugene Fitzgerald of Scott county has been held without ball to answer for the murder of Tice Hull at George- Â¬ town J W Lightning struck an oil tank in Franklin Pa and set fire to 14000 barrels of oil The loss is 20000 and three lives An eastern corporation representing 70000000 capital will build a large in opposition to the Standard Oil Company Thos G Stuart bought hist Saturday of Col Thos H Smith of Georgetown the well known High School property on Main street for S000 Winchester Sun The losses by Are in the United States and Canada for July amounted to S14000000 which is double the average loss for that mouth in the last twelve years oil refinery in PiUsburg gnu to lay again and iu due time got into the settiug humor for the second time Mrs Martin thought that was too much of a good thing so she fast Â¬ ened the ben up for a few days to get her out of the notion Then she lurucd her loose and the hen to get even with Lher pounced upon some newly planted seed iu the garden aud ate them up It was Mrs Martins time to get even now aud she did so by haviug the hen caught and killed In preparing her for the table her gizzard was opened and lo and behold the nickel swallow- Â¬ ed nearly four mouths before was found therein It hud worn to half its thickness by the operation of the grav- Â¬ el aud was reduced iu size almost to a three cent piece If anybody doubts this true story the nickel aud Alexs word ought lo convince the most scep- Â¬ tical Stanford Journal As announced iu our lust regular the second trial of the case of Mrs Lou Ballard aguiust the Louis- Â¬ ville aud Nashville Railroad Company was decided as we went to press last Thursday aud a verdict rendered awarding Mrs Ballard 3500 damages for haviug carried her past the station to which she had purchased a ticket aud belug compiled to walk back about a mile the alleged fatigue of which walk and the exposure intending it Impariug her health The clerk read the verdict as awarding 3500 and the jury endorsed it Later when the Verdict was examined it was fouud to read thus We of the jury find for the pluiiitifl aud fix ibe damages at 3500 three thousand aud five dol- Â¬ lars The words aud five before dollars had beeu iuterllued Pluiu tiirajsked that the Court award a judg Â¬ ment for 3500 on this verdict but ufier consulting accepted authorities denied the motion and fixed the judg Â¬ ment nt 3005 holding that the writ- Â¬ ten words must take precedence over the figures PlaiutiQ excepted aud will again ake the case before the Court of Appeals on this and two other points On the first trial Mrs Ballard wus awarded 3000 the suit was taken to the Appellate Court and the judgment of the lower court reversed ind then sent back on the second trial 3500 was awarded and while it is conceded that the jury intended to award 3500 the error in omitting the hundred in reducing the amount to wriliug has brought up a Cue legal point the decision of whicli will be looked for with interest by men of the law Lebanon Enterprise Issue IiARXES AT WINCHESTER USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE Good Pie Crust One cup of good cream one tcaspoonful of baking-powdand flour to mix soft This is Household splendid Tho richest soils under crude cul Â¬ ture and poor management fail to pro duco as profitable returns as do worn out soils cultivated by improved meth- Â¬ ods Mae your tea in an earthen ves Â¬ sel It may be poured into a wcll warmed china or silver tea pot after it Furm Field and is drawn if desired Stockman Mr Terrys example has been worth a bag of money to the farmers of this country in teaching them not to hog over their land but to farm little and farm it well Ohio Farmer Remove your old hoase plow up the pfacc where it stood and see how it produces cover a spot ten feet square with boards and keep it covered live 01 ten years and it is rich Golden Rule Yon can make your own Melt up four cement thusly and a half pounds resin one pound of beeswax and stir in three pounds Venitian red it will hold gas in In- Â¬ dianapolis Journal Put a large To Make Mucilage tcaspoonful of gum Arabic in a bottle which will hold about a tcacupful fill up with rain water and when it is dis Â¬ solved it will be as good as what you can buy for five times the cost If not thick enough to suit pnt in a little more gum Rural New Yorker Every farmer should keep a pot of paint in his workshop or still better a keg of crude petroleum to be applied to all the wooden parts of tools Keep the tools clean and paint and oil them This operation pays better than any thing which the owner can do with equal case Cleveland Leader When a finger or toe is bruised so as to cause a blood blister under the nail the nail should immediately be drilled with a knife or other sharp pointed instrument and the blood al Â¬ lowed to escape This affords instant i clief to an injury which may other- Â¬ wise become exceedingly painful Pumpkin Bread One quart stewed pumpkin run through a fine scivc one quart buttermilk one aspoonful of salt one cup of New Orleans molasses cornmcal enough to makes a thick bat Â¬ ter Bake in a Dutch oven slowly all Slight In the morning it will be baked thoroughly and ready for breakfast Farm Field and Stockman The Horticultural Times of Lon- Â¬ don Eng says that in spite of the quantity of applps imported from America home grown fruit brings one third more all round than the im Â¬ ported fruit and finds the reason in the superior quality of the home pro- Â¬ duct Here is a lesson for our fruit Cincinnati Times growers Young men who are starting on new farms or are starting anew on old should not poorly improved farms neglect to plant trees Tbey protect the crops give shelter to man and beast they furnish much needed tim- Â¬ ber and handy fuel they beautify and ornament the home and make the very home associations more sweet Prai ric Farmer Ribbon Cake Three eggs one and one half cups of sugar one half cup of butter two thirds enp of sweet milk three cups of flour and two heaping teaspoonfuls of baking powder mix all thoroughly Take out one third for the dark loaf add to it one half cup of raisins two tablcspoonfuls of molasses and spices to taste Bake the light in two loaves aud tho dark in one and put together with jelly or frosting er gas-fitte- rs SEEBS GRASS AND FIELD Largest Estill Springs Tljlawell known Mimntr rt complete etnek in now open for the rt ceijoii nf qHaliiU a of fVnlril Kenliieky Our motto Best The metlieal by any other its v n tnnnrMSseil Goods ami lowest consistent Price nnl timet jt - r f i 77 anil 79 V Main St I CIlROTiL Lexington Ky ilecfalyr Li Le U Ue Have just received and opened a large stock of East Trenton well selected Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets and Toilet Articles Also a large lot of Glassware and Water Sets of all kinds and styles Ro KEEP apr 13 CQQIg lineut The looalhm w exI ami iltlii As to accfHttnMxIatMMtH we r r Pol K R StoiiP J4H All- - Wi ton Payne ami Uun C J Bruti- Liexmgien John Dvles will furnish ice to the citi- Â¬ zens of Richmond and vicinity this season Now is the time to make contracts tor de livery 1 lis headquarters are at the grocery store of J E D kes on North Second St For further particulars addrt m James It m Jnl6tf OrlJ IIsmj Irvine K tf E B WALLACE AXD TUE TIME TO GO TO TJ GOIff TR ACTOR Is prepared to do all kirj- - BUILDING AND GET ONE OF HIS AND COSTRj WORK AT THE MOST Next Door to Luzons Up Stairs June22tf DR PHIL ROBERTS rlec MR ir Offers bis professional services to tlie public Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding Office same a9 Bennetts law office Saturday Pastor Elder J C Walden over Herndons drug store 5U1 Sunday PastorEld J W Harding upstairs corner of Main and Second streets Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ jdly27 ly Richmond Ky day Pastor Elder Colier Kirksville 2nd Sunday and preceding DR U- - C AMBROSE Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph Ballew Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4U1 Sundays and preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 FORD KY A M Pastor Elder B C Hegerman Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the af-Â¬ Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and ternoon Boards at Mr J C Lnckey d Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor June 22 tf Elder L II Reynolds Richmond Sen ices every Sunday at 11 Sunday school Hardin W Bright A M H D at A M and 730 P erMmeeting Wednes- Â¬ 930 AM 1ra day evenings 715 Pastor Prof W D PHYSICIAN and SURGEON McCIintock RICHMOND KY Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ OFFICE Second street over Madi Â¬ day Pastor son County Drug Store White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor I want it distinctly understood that I Elder L H Reynolds am the only one in Richmond that un- Â¬ EPISCOPAL derstands the thorough use of the Microscope and Chemistry as applied Richmond Protestant Services every to examinations of tissued and fluids Sunday at II A M and at S P M of the human body I only mention during the summer months Friday at 8 this for honest protection My signa- Â¬ P M Pastor Rev W Y Sheppard ture will be attached to each examina- Â¬ METHODIST 23mchly tion CATHOLIC OIlie Thompson the young Jad Richmond Senices 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ whose arm was mangled at the Clay days 10 A M Pabtor Rev Father City mill died on Tuesday morning Haley He never rallied from the shock of the sad accident DISCIPLES OF CHRIST David Hampton a sixteen-year-ol- d horse thief who escaped from Jail at Mountain View Ark was shot and killed at Melbourne in that State while refusing to be taken alive MM r-- Platett rii Urn w Foro ipring Saddles Reasonable Rates -- ssrzsiciAaiT Isaac II Vincent former Treasurer of the State of Alabama has been ar- Â¬ raigned at Montgomery to answer thirty indictments chargiug him with embezzling oer 200000 from the State Chattanooga having given the Wm Wood Reaper and Mower Company 125000 and eight acres of ground for a plant that company will move their works from Youngslown Ohio iu a few days Mentor Smith aged ten years shot and killed his father Herson Smith at Fulton Missouri last Friday The boy claims that his father did not treat him well and had whipped him for re Â¬ maining away from home at night TEAS and all kinds of Canned G oods June22 and in the beet manner II thoroughly educated Carp and builder and those conten r r ing building will do well to s an estimate from him Office at his residence on II i Irvine Street Jly2i tf -- tf NEWBARRDOM 1S3S IS TUE AGENT AT RICHMOND KY FOR At bottom prices He also Iia a I Iiave juit oenetl a New Bar full Jine of on First Street R Fice ItOM re Ik td W e will t estfe persot Reform rU NwY Mi oral swlmo1 cation affatc c preu he df Brother Barnes meeting at the Court house during the last ten davs have hardly marked the epoch in re ligious life Hereabouts which was anticipated when his coming was first announced His audiences have been BURNAM Rev H B Cockrell fairly large especially when the ex- Â¬ Richmond South Sen ices every Sun div at 11 A M and 7 P M PastorRev treme heat of the weather is consider Vf E Arnold ed but curiosity and a spirit of criti RICHMOND KENTUCKY PRESBYTERIAN They order some tliingsstrangely in cism rather than religious zeal have A R Kur Bethel Meeting House 2nd and 5th OFFICE with V F France The New York Herald of impelled the attendance There has Sundays nam on First Street Juue 22 tf Formans Chapel 4U1 Sunday July 14th contains the music of a pop been a lack of responsive enthusiasm Kirksville 1st and 3rd Sundays Pastor ular French march dedicated to Boul contrary winds have kept the ardor A SULLIVAN RevWm Crow anger The office of the Herald in 01 ine people coolPd aud the current Richmond South Services every Sun- Â¬ feellug has been against the preach day 1 1 A M and 7 P M Prayer Paris was taken possession of by a of meeting every Wednesday night Pastor commissionnry of police mid all the er Some person than whom there RICHMOND KENTUCKY Rev II Glass are none better or more pious m ilie papers of that date were seized 11 A M Richmond North community have visibly warmed OFFICE on First street same as and 3 P M Pastor Services John Doors was fatally shot at a pic- Â¬ their hearts to him but the rank and formerly occupied by County Judge Silver Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd Sun- nic in Calloway county octG ly Miller Saturday by hie of the people have refused to lay days Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 1030 A Frank Collie After being shot Doors hold of his doctrine aud to follow his S BRONSTON M and 4 P M Sunday school 3 P M cut Collie several times and then fell teachings His failure if we may call Pastor Rev L H Blanton D D dead Collie will probably die also it 11 failure is not we faucv attribut Doors was manager of the picnic and able to the personal shortcomings of seeing Collie mis behaving attempted Hrotlier Barnes MADISON COUNTY DIRECTORY RICHMOND KY His hearers would to eject him be willing to condone these personal Office on Second street next door to June 22 tf Garnett House CIRCUIT COURT It is stated that the attorneys for faults if they could warmly accept his Hugh Maxwell Brooks the St Louis teachings It matters little iu these Judge J R Morton J SCOTT Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brons trunk murderer have secured a writ latter days if a preacher is undignified ton of error from Mr Justice Miller of the ami conceited as Brother Barnes is Master Commissioner J R Burnam Supreme Court of the Uuited States so that he preaches from the Bible aud Clerk W H Miller RICHMOND KY Brooks father is now in the Uuited not from speculations and unwarrant COMMON TLEAS COURT Office on Second Street June 22 tf States and thoroughly convinced of ed assumptions jn fact we get our Judge Scott ma ouirs juuoceuce win use every ideas of the proper bearinc of our CS Master Commissioner S E Scott J preachers from the Bible and so long means for waving his life Clerk W H Miller as a min confines himself to that A special dispatch to the Courier TIME OF HOLDING COMMON TLEAS COURT piecious book lie is above and beyond RICHMOND KY First Monday in January 1st Monday Journal from Owensboro announces criticism his manners right aud his that Geo ADotts au j gent for the Offlce on Second Street j due 22 tf in June and 3rd Monday in October bearing proper The people expect Greenup Music Company nt No G14 TIME OF HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT A West Market street had committed stability and steadfastness in their preachers more than iu any other class Third Monday in March and Septem- - suicide at the residence of Dr I A ber of men the laity to a very great Able three miles east ol Owensboro extent submit their spiritual keeping Will practice in Madison anil adjoining TIME OF HOLDING OJJARTERLV AND The trouble which led Doots to take to counties ana in the Court of ApjteaN the ministry and expect their COUNTV COURT his life was the misappropriation of Office in Master Commissioners Quarterly Court fourth Monday in about 225 of the companys funds preachers to build them up and con- Â¬ office over Circuit Clerks offlce tinue them iu faith 111 which thev have January April July and the 2nd Monday Dotts swallowed June 22 tf an overdose of mor Â¬ in October phine and soon died from the effects of started not to change them about County Court of Claims 2nd Monday in July the drug He was married onlytwo from one to another as may suit the LOCAL DIRECTORY whim or mood of some eccentric lead- Â¬ County Court first Monday in each weeks since to the daughter of Dr er The eternal salvation of our month souls LODGE DIRECTORY Able at whose house he died Is too important a matter to be tuktm TIME OF HOLDING CITY COURT Gen Harris mention of Trimble offand put on as we do our raiment at MASONIC First Saturday in every month county recalls the statement recently night and morning Richmond Lodge No 25 meets 2nd The preacher COUNTY OFFICERS and jih Tticsday in each month made that fewer crimes are committed who goes about the world trying to SPEED SMITH W M County Judge J C Chenault J there than iu other counties of the lead men in one direction one day B J Hew los Secretary County Clerk Thomas Thorpe State The rtcord made by Trimble Is and another the next will beget the County Attorney J A Sullivan remarKabie and should onset some of impression that he is himself a blind bhentt N B Deatherage Richmond R A Chapter No 16 meets 3rd Tuesday in each month Jailor George V Maupin the shame which Rowan has conferred btaggerer and unfit to lead the way Coroner Alexander Norris W F FRANCIS H P upon Kentucky The lawyers all starve for others And yet we find Brother Surveyor B F Crooke D P Armer Secretary to death in Trimble Frequently when Barnes one season pinning his hope Assessor John W McPherson Supt Public Schools Mrs Amanda Circuit Court convenes there the dock- Â¬ faith and all ou the Presbyterian doc- Â¬ RICHMOND COMMAVDERY No IQ Regtrfar meeting first Tuesday in each Million et does not show a single criminal case trine The next year he is leading the month Visitins Sir Kmcrhts are courte- CITY OFFICERS and the civil suits are not much more higher life going about telling people ously invited to attend City Judge HC Rice uumerous The people confine them Â¬ that he verily believes he is going to J SPEED SMITH City Attorney AJ Reed selves chiefly to farming and market heaven in a cloud of glory He has Eminent Commander City Collector R A Barlow gardening and 1I0 not lose enough cut himself loose from the church and D P Armer Recorder City Clerk R G Dunn lime from these quiet pursuits to In- Â¬ is despising churchly teachings and CITY rOLICE Madison Lodge No 1S3 at Kirluville dulge in quarrels with each other again after a short time lie is bending meets Saturday evening before the full J D Feeney and J A Mershon Trimble for law and order is the bau every effort to get into the church of moon in every month CITY COUNCIL England and now he bobs up again ner couuty of the State Courier-Journ- al T E SHANKS W M lull of hate fir everything that he used J M Smith Secretary J D Mitchell Mayor to believe and raising his voice in loud First Ward J Stone Walker The excursion on the Kentucky river Second Ward G W Evans Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston Wednesday night last was one of the ridicules of modern theology bidding Third Ward Owen McKec meets Saturday evening before the full most pleasant and enjoyable entertain- Â¬ defiance to the church and all its learn- Â¬ Fourth Ward J YV Caperton moon in every month ments that has taken place iu Wood Â¬ ing ascribing more powecto Satan JUSTICES OF THE PEACECONSTABLESAND JAMES M BOEN W M ford this season The occasion was in than to God and using language in the J C Witt Secretary PLACES AND TIMES OF HOLDING compliment to Dr 8 M AVorthlnglnn pulpit that is of questionable propriety on the street Waco Lodge No 33S at Waco meets COURT of this place by his friend Mr Pres Â¬ 4th Saturday in every month But in spite MONTHS FEBRUARY MAY AUGUST AND ton II WilliauiP The steamer Grace us witii his of nil tins he impresses D G MARTIN W M zeal aud conscientious Morris with a barge for dancing lert W T Fielder Secretary NOVEMBER honesty of purpose He is earnest- Â¬ Clifton at half past eight oclock filled Richmond District No 1 D P Armer John D Hamilton Lodge No 57S at with as fair a company of ladies anil ly at work but his energy is misdirected Wm Union City meets 2nd Saturday in even at Court House 3rd Wednesday gentlemen of Woodford society as was aud calculated to do harm if his labors Willis at Court House 1st Saturday month JOHN HILL W M may be judged by the light of theology Lyman Parrish Constable ever before assembled G Taylor Secretary The night was John and the Bible Foxtown District No 2 G B Million beautiful and cool and the trip down Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox at Kings Store 3rd Monday Richmond to Frankfort was delighful Dinclug town meets 3rd Saturday in every month Kanatzar in Buffalo school house THE MONEYLESS MAX 4th and music from Trusts Lexington SANTFORD OLDHAM W M Saturday J S Chenault Constable band were enjoyed After a stay of an Jacob II Shearer Secretary Union District No 3 Albertis Parks hour at Frankfort he party returned A Washington telegram relates this Berea Lodge No 617 at Betel meets at Union City 1st Saturday John A Turpin at Doylesville 2nd Saturdays R up the river to Luck No 5 and singular coincidence A citizen of Lex 1st Saturday Wm M ADAMS W M from there back to Clifton where all ington Ky wLo Is one of the chiefs N Lanter Constable J C Davis Secretary Elliston District No 4 Wm Benton arrived safe and happy at 4 A si The Iu the Land Office happened In to hear I00F at Waco 2nd Saturday John W nflalr was not only an enjoyable one Rev Dr Haddaway of the Mount Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F Moores at Waco 3rd Saturday Charles but really charming and to Mr Wil- Â¬ Vernon M E church That gentle- Â¬ meets every Monday night at Odd Fellows Oldham Constable liams all of the many who were pres Â¬ man Iu his discourse recited The tiauon Alain street Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at ent lire Indebted for a royal lime a Moneyless Man The reverend gen Â¬ B ARBUCKLE N G M Kingston 4U1 Saturday Lecland D night by moonlight ou the beautiful tleman repeated the poem without a L J Frazee Secretary Maupin at Speedwell 3rd Wednesday Kentucky river Versailles Sun break or a mistake After the sermon Boone Encampment Noo meets everr George Young Constable while several of the members were rst and third Thursday at Odd Fellows Glade District No 6 James M Wood Mr Alex Martin showed us a rem admiring the poem the Reverend fali on Mam Street Richmond Kv at Berea 3rd Saturday John G Gal- Â¬ uant of n nickel Saturday and gave Doctor remarked that he did not sun- loway at Whites Station 1st Saturday W H FARKEYCP R G Ballard Constable this remarkable history of It Lose pose there was a gentleman Iu the con 6LJ Frazee Scribe Kirksville District No 7 J M- - Cotton March one of Iris children was feeding gregation who knew who was the imond Uniform Degree Camp No Alexander an old hen with grains ot corn from his author of the poem The gentleman eete second Thursday in each month at Kirksville and Saturday Ray at Kirksville 3rd Saturday J M hand and for fun ofiered her a nickel referred to spoke up aud said that he fellows Hail Fowler Constable She swallowed the money with the not only knew who J C CHENAULT Captain the author was Poosey District N08J N Hendren same avidity as the corn FRAZEcClerli at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wm A prised child made futilenud the sur- Â¬ but that he was iu the city now and attempts to that If the KX1GIITS OP HONOR Chandler at Reagans Store 3rd Friday make her disgorge The bpu went on bring Maj minister desired it he would Lraitv Lodge No 515 K of H meets S D Carpenter Constable Stanton around and Intro Â¬ nr irrway evening in Odd Fellows Million District No 9 J M Long at about ber business laid the usual quota duce him This delighted Mr Hadda Â¬ Stapps Store3rd Tuesday A B New of eggs then went to setting hatched way and It is unnecessary tn say the WBBENNY TVrf by at Holmans Store 3rd Saturday out a brood of chickens and raised meeting was onefrouglit with the Breat Jxuza Tkvis Reporter Jarne A Harvey Constable them TJUstluty performed she be-- est pleasure Â¬ College Hill Centenary M E 1st Sunday morning and 4th Sunday mornPARRISH ing and night Prayer meeting every al ternate Wednesday night Sunday school Attorneys At Laiv every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F Grider RICHMOND KY M E South 2nd Sun- Â¬ College Hill Special attention given to abstracting day morning and night Prayer meeting titles to lauds in Eastern Kentucky every alternate Wednesday night SunOffice in Climax building S E day school every Sunday morning Pas- Â¬ Corner Main and Second Streets up tor Eld D II Marrimon stairs June 22 tf Kirksville Pastor Rev S W Peeples Providence eiery Sunday Pastor TURNER Â¬ Lake City Â¬ A deputation of Mormons from Salt Is now in Canada lor the purpose of obtaining n grant of land in the north west territory with a view to forming a settlement The Dominion Government has the matter under con- Â¬ sideration WEBST E DR RE PAIEED FARM WAGONS NEATLY AND TIIOMPTLY TKb CELEBiwATED single and double first class terial and best of work Saddles and Harness WHISKIES maÂ¬ BKANDIES CIGARS Constantly on The are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them - PJTEtil TRUSS ROD AUD TOBOUB June 22 If ETC Hani iuiie laflisoE Co Bills Â¬ CALL AND SEE ME Winchester Democrat HIE John McEenna 3NTOnICSl Our accounts for ISS7 to July I t ready and those wno are indt ieI U3 will please eall and settle at l i ET Attorney at Law J Hon Chas OfTutt in dropping a note on business from Ban Francisco Cal says Speaking of booms let me tell you that the average American citizen does not conceive the meaning of the word in any sense until he sees how the world moves 011 this side of ths continent Â¬ Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at The Bonds issued in payment of sub scription of Madison county to Louisville and Nashville Railroad due in February April July and October 1SS7 and iS85 w ill be paid on maturity at the Madison National Bank Richmond- - Ky ESPECIALLY LOW PEICES tf CDC1IENAULTCom M fasons farriM For One Year DOUGLAS JI B Tboee wlio owe us n ill save eoet by exiling at occe Julj6 tf Covinotox Arnold V ft r CA LV The Best Material The Easiest Terms Attorney at Law JOE Call on Mr Pope and examine the wagons Dont buy before doing so fO Â¬ WEBSTEE WAGON June 22 CO Uouscliold tf Attorney at Lara T HOME POLITENESS of a Happy and Pleasant Family LI re Politeness among the members of a family is one of the requisites of the homo life No matter how luxurious tho home may be it is a failure if this one feature is missing while no matter how humble the home it is always a pleasant one where the virtue of po-Â¬ liteness is practiced among its people We have too many company manners and too few home ones Some people put on company politeness as they do their best clothes that is for special occasions and usually put it away in tho same closet Such people never think manners arc for every day use any more than they would think of dressing in silks and laces to work in tho kitchen They use the most elab Â¬ orate expressions when addressing an occasional guest with the idea that they are courteous when the contrary is really the case for true courtesy is never elaborate The use of extrava Â¬ gant expression is banned by many as a sign of insincerity in the person usin them which is by no means so in the maionty of cases but simply a habit thoughtlessly formed of using superflu- Â¬ ous expressions on tho very simplest occasions Such remarks as I shall One of the Requisites W C PEYTON HAS RECEIVED A g Attorney at Law POWELL mm USilil Etfen MBa beSbi TJ Attorney at Law J REED fs prepared to supply hia customers The Scitica Lunbago CUJbiES Scratches Sprainf Strata EtiffJoiBte BaaJucit Oalk Sores kmm Zca Attorney at Law OF THE CELEBRATED Steaks Pork Sausage and IVIutton AT with the best Bhcuzitins Burn Scalds Ersp 1 Sdtas He or A-- Sctsv S Ian- Stiags Bites Bruises Bunions Corns Spavin Cracks Pilf Saddle Vc THE LO WEST PRICES jnne22tf THIS GOOD OLD STANC S i la ccompHhesfereTei7betre3actirwhatb ferlt Ooeofthe reasesafer the great ppulani I the Uoltanj Liniment la ftnauIsU unlTcril HiSijcaesMiBii gfttiaaKawjf fflSniMM OT-JcE-t- FOR GENERAL SALE MERCHANDISE Â¬ applicability ETTfeo4riieUsi t TLe Lumberman seeda It u case f r fWRcn jlf Tlo Housewife TLe Casnler Beedc It for his car - u TLo Dleehuule BaetJa I - it beach j a never forget your kindness or Im a thousand times obliged to you in recognition of some slight sen ice ren jred seems ridiculously absurd to a who would much prefer hearing I thank j ou or I am obliged to you which if spoken simply and earnestly will carry moro meaning than all the extravagant ex-Â¬ pressions in the vocabulary Courteous pcoplo never make extravagant reÂ¬ marks and though to some they may appear cold in not using them they can never be a cuscd of insincerity If people wonld leave off using these expressions abroad and pay more at- Â¬ tention to tho use of tho simpler ones at home it would bo much plcasanter for all concerned They would not think of accepting the least service from an outsider without acknowledging it no m ntter how slight it might be yet in the home all services they accept as though their right making not the slightest return for such They do not mean to be ungrateful they would be indignant if you suggested such a thing they have been so accustomed to take all services rendered thcnrih the home since childhood as a mttcr of course that they have never given a thought to the acknowledgement of such If they would reason a little while they would ycry soon come to the conclusion that they ought to havo come to long ago that mother or broth- Â¬ er is as much pleased at a thank you as any of thoii friends and certainly is moro entitled to it In all homes snch words as I thank you and pardon me should be fre- Â¬ quently used There are always plen Â¬ ty of occasions for using these expres- Â¬ sions whicli will save the home many a jarring note Tho father comes in from his days work tired and a littlo out of sorts for things did not go as well as ho could wish Mother or some one of tho family brings his slippers ta him Ho is strongly tempted to take them without any comment but his better nature comes to tho front and ho says thank you and his ill na- Â¬ ture vanishes before the brightness of exprcsiou that comes 6vcr the childs or mothers face at the acknowledge Â¬ ment of her situplo service The mother has a nervous headaclieshe wants rest Lufc the baby will not go to to sleep the father takes him and Jpels well re paid with a quiet thank you Pa rente who aro courtcqus to each other seldom liavo discourteous children ai tlit little one learn moro by example tbn by rrcc pt Coiion fimlgrz oughtful person A GOOD STOCK OF jun22tf ison county We will be glad to show the stock to anj one wishing to buy ELLIS HIGGINS at the best country stand in Mad Silver Creek Ky Gome To Slay linvinc rented the Wj Have hia enployeea Aeeldnnts will these come the XaatansLlslfitlawaut econcmj- and bla staek jard Tfce Steambontmnn ortfer Bontmti tn It m IBeral repplr aAoatainl aatoore The norBe fuEclrr neodc H lt friend ami aaXrat rettaaee The StoaU srrowcrnee It It will thowaaua of dollan and a woe Id of in M Tho Itallroeil man ntoult an1 w It- Ions ik hH life ta a roam of acrUeitan The UackwooJauinn needs U ih Ibs like It aa as aatidete for the rl t rs Umb uul comfort whlek scrrouad tb pi u r Ths Merchant needa H about In on a i Tie ailaermwdslthirawof rnwn--- t Tie 1loneerBeetlatt eaatnetalM Tie Farmer ueeOa it ta fcla housi- v U i ml i i - MITCHELL WAGONS Eor which he is sole agent for the counties of Madison and Estill as all who have used Keep a Battle Iu tho Iluuac - Tlataa si Z shop formerly occupied by L O Schmidt in Richmond Ky is pre- Â¬ pared to do all kinds of The undersigned Uttso It ease afaecMoat auras patn aaai Keep n Bottle in tfaolnctery Keep a Bottle Alvrayaiu the ue when Trnutcd Thm Suili i - tr - jute22tf This wagon has Repairing Painting Carriage and Buggy Wcrk c BETTER THAN HO SUPERIOR it can testify The material in this wacon is warranted with fair usage for twelve months I can Sell You A Good Thimtte Skein W which will be done at the lowest fig Â¬ ures and in a workmanlike nmuner Orders taken for any stile of Vehicle Having communication with the leM Manufactories in the country can order any kind of Carriage iu a short time and guarantee perfect atis fictlon In all cases The people of Madison county know me and I hope to receive 11 fuiroluire of their putronaue with many thanks for ptvt fa voi s I am Most Respectfully A D SMITH Call for Lou Smith P July22 f Whalebone Horn Patented Feb 8 1887 M FOR O Sixty One Dollars 1ST 3locbl OUTJ Guaranteed USVSS to treak juiee sntorss itcoC bwit x x Xaaafaetnrcrx FOR SALE BY The City needs money anl must liave It Your taxes are pnst due save money by paj ing the Collector Office nt Secoud National Bank July6 tf R A Baklow EimbergerBIoomCo LOUISVILLE KY june22tf Persons wishing to examine this wagon can do so by calling at my store on Main street Richmond June22 tP aL 3 SHOE The only SEAMLESS Tinefct Calf perfect St and wwraiHw voxiresaxMiii4n ana uice ail styles toe jut a tu3ut unit anraor those eosrlnir W or C A v1 nrniAS r sxso bhoes adrer-- JsuuEuceu ine N nsea nr otaer - L DOUGLAS Ql rea Afr XlctWTytwtWflr 1x2 nof S3 ine troriu rCr MX1 o mrr 1 231 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