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J- r r n3 4naw- fi i uXw It if f- uht tLl t f X- - - f - I - iL tv YUJLiUiMJiiia r or r - li if xe 3X3 RICHMOND Ih1t MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 24 1887 NUMBER 10 reserwufon bek1nging to confederate of our distinguished fellow citizen 0F1XI0XS OF OTHER EDITOFvS Ingmaii pays in taxes direct and in- Â¬ country Some of the charters were bands of CMse Wallu Walla uiI Gcueral W T Sherman direct is not n fifth of his expeues so drawn that vested rights accrued PUBLISHED BVBRYWBDIjDAYrUUlUUa JlltliuilB and a large part of It comes hi tlie rent upon the happening of certain events Within fifty miles of Pnducah ii KESOKT KOH COLORED PEOriB BY JIIB --JL j i W QkJJunii of his dwelling whih would cost more or the performance of certain acts and ai iumnteof the Iax- - Hardin county Illinois a dozen men EnnelJNC Progress were all the taxes laid on land Or iu such instances the lauds are gone ington Aayluni eteaped several days Co g a lew days have been ordered out of the county The increasing numberoficplored course the men whoilalk litis nonsense from the people forever but those char- Â¬ afterwardsran alien- - and killed because they didnt go by people demanding n summer t resort about the abolition ofitpoverly by a ters that were forfeited by non usur Hf Mp Asylum called at the res PRICE FER YEAH 200 a regular organized baud of Ku Klux suggests the Idea that an enterprise device so inadequate are - uwicjMir either fools or or misusers and have since been for- Â¬ Xluooln J this being of recent occurrence and looking uiiw JJiitin FRENCH TIPTON - Uounty In nrch of Hie to the supply of this demand knave8 pencrally we presume they mally forfeited by act or Congress or Editors ti unfortunate more men than have been killed iu Wm G WHITE f soon Ar1V1jllvHlo a ytftrenmiip un- Â¬ Rowan county on both sides in two willOUf proved wonderfully profita- Â¬ aim at abolishing their own poverty construction or a Cabinet officer are or ble by talk rather than work round Lnnciislcr Journal no force o pass the land grants lo the years Why does it seem to create grabbers It is estimated that over NEWS PARAGRAPHS MrvCJ niint Pirrish nf f iiiiiinrI muuli greater stir for these killings tol 200000000 acres have been forfeited DANC1EUOUSMAN dfed Ibt week of cottHimntiiui As our be carried on iu Kentucky Till ELFOTION Very few or Mrs Robert Clark in Bour- Â¬ readers and opened o homestead settlements Jlaru Atlanta Constitution Louisville Republican remember her home wVre newspapers have paid tho least attene bon county burned burned a short time bine and it is tion to the Illinois aflur and the Rowan It is certain hat a man whoae head The official figures which the Repub Â¬ Ihcfeiglii Hie excitement anil exposure county filed has been harped about nil is heated with drink nud whosepocket lican gives this week show the extent THE NEW WAY Natural as has been M ruqk at fier- t at tliHVnie lnfMeiietl Her death SliM over Hit United States Hardin county Is weighted with a pistol is as danger- Â¬ or Bradleys magnificent I r souville Indiana New York World triumph mt t1 T r ous nud pretty nearly ns Irresponsible He has exceeded ho vote or his party I Secretary Whitney has written on- DyerfUirg Ky lias had a 87000 cr me tiHimv in iiu i nrnsn a iiroth Ills borders on the Ohio river too as a dog with hydrophobia and his in the last Presidential race by over other letter hat will shock he bureau- Â¬ of Uajit Sm Tarriah or tliis city while Rowan s away up iu the moun- Â¬ file involving eleven houses Winchester Demoemt tains and almost out of civilization the fangs unmuzzled seven thousand votes something en- Â¬ crats who have been accustomed lo the James Bowen was killed by Jiilui tirely uuprecedented His opponent ways or he Kobesnu Chatidler navul The original imprisonment of a ne- Â¬ only difference avoring Its notoriety Bowen at Owentou last week fulls as much or more behind the PresINDUTRIAI INDEPENDENCE administration under he policy of gro convict Henry Km It h who killed seeming to be that it is iu Kentucky idential vote or his party The details repairs The Monocacy was recom- Â¬ St Paul Pioneer James A Farra a promlnentifariuer flmnfyof hisjcpupiy wliile guard- Â¬ Paducuh Dally News of the Labor vote hi Kenton and Camp- Â¬ mended for repair at a cost not to ex- Â¬ ing a Jut of convicts In Rockcastle of ajelte county uied last week JmfB Breckinridge Waller a The varying resources of this country Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store Richmond Ky June 22 If county will expire next week On the wealthy and prominent citizen of are such that it must certainly iu he bell counties show that it was drawn ceed 525000 Secretary whituey finds SlaHord for Mtootiug Mulligan whs more rrom the Republican than from hat this steamer originally built at end whether by fostering legislation tried iu Clark county and held with expirtttion of hi t euteuce he will be Chicago a native and for Aeveral years arreted fur the murder of Ball and it a citizen of this State died at hU res- Â¬ or by a process of natural development the Democratic party The Fox vote an expense of 325000 could now be bond or 1000 came mainly from tlie Democratic duplicated for 250000 During the ii to he hoped he w ill be hung for it ilience near this city He was a soii provide for most of its own wants and party as was Hon John Watts Kearney formerly Wiucnetiter Democrat natural afer Foxs unnec- Â¬ live years from 18S0 to 1S85 there was look with less interest upon either ofWillium S Waller cashier or the imports of Louisville has been iiiiimiIiIIpiI iit 93000 or the or exports than was common essary abuse or the Republican party spent on her S175000 or Kentucky for 43 years and A proper consideration or these facts amount being paid nut in 18S1 The Goy Jreen IiiKpeot or General ofllitj Near EniineuceOtis Tuckej white bank among the old mercantile nations 1 TenTWiUon coTflreuTwerelIowii grandson or Kev William E Waller show that the Republicans under report or the Construction Bureau National Guard of New Jersey Â¬ r UI nremaliireT exnlosion while an eminent Baptist preacher who emBradleys leadership made posflive in- Â¬ states that the extent to which she is V Mr Polly A1JOIISII THE CIOAltETTE Died In Clark county igrated from Virginia in 1781 Wil UlMfBK Tujktr aM l roads on the Democratic strength damaged can not be told until after a aged 0 years franklin JUm- - twohours and Wlfcon Philadelphia Bulletin Black can not recover iSnmS Waller was married January thorough examination The Secretary oK--tro jra Those young men who suck at the iuargarei Tucker had a premonition or danger 17th 1810 to Miss Catharine Breck instead or ordering tlie expenditure to at tlje country seat of Na- Â¬ nasty cigarette and who think It is all xiaiiinuii ngvo ou yruia juiui xurKe anj jlas LIGHTNING i time refined to so to iurnlge oblige some contractor after the good aged 61 years Enquirer work unless accompanied by his wire thaniel Hart near this place His nonsense to say that there is any harm old fashion of the departments directs son James B was also nnrried in in the offensive little nuisance should Jesse Logidou aged seventeen yeat54 The lightning was very careless dur- Â¬ that the boat be docked aud be care- Â¬ At Mijrehend Thursday a case or this comity His estimable and derot study the case of young Mr Kueval ing the storm of last evening and fully inspected before any work is done Iirs leen sentenced to two years iuUhe guns and ammunition addressed to A ed wire who survives him was Miss in New York whose death according moved about as if it was quite imma- Â¬ eiiitentlary by the JInrt Circuit Court J Whitejwas seized by order of and that an accurate statement of her the Lucy Alexander daughter or Robert to the doctors was accelerated by his terial to itsplf for a criminal assault upon a whether it hit or missed condition and of he cost of putting offieqr commanding the State forces at Alexander and sister or R S C A habit or smoking vile cigarettes girl It walked into he third floor of he her iu order be awarded to him It is llmt Miiut These are supposed to be and A J Alexander of Woodburu Enquirer office tackled an electric highly probable that he Monocacy - of a jiarge X- - Page me guns anu equipmeuts He leaves nine children Versailles book keeper ponioii oi J lump wire aud doused ull the glims on will now cease lo be a placer to con JtAILAVAY MANAQlINT Montreal houe taised a S2o03 check i recently purchased by A T Young Sun that floor without hurting any body tractors ChlciiKo Times fortTie protectinu or himself and his to Sij000 cashed it and skipped wit When they have equipped v well or any thing outside And that seems EC Foiters liogs had lieen trou Bucket shop speculation is said to have followers bltd by dogs so much that he and his watered railway speculation witli cheap to answer a question often asked to KENTUCKY TOOK A NAP led to his ruin ThoNInlli Kentucky Cavalry or the brother were watching them on Friday wooden bridges AJLX everything else or the wit Why are thunder storms in Rev Wm Martin claiming Ken Confederate army commanded Now York Herald by night and proportion lo the material exposed so about two oclock Saturday poorest class they are kindly permit- Â¬ tui ky as his home has diMippeaied Col W Mr Stephen W Dorsey who has a WE SELT A FULL Breckinridge held a morning his brother less destructive in a city than in Jams who was ted to leave them without watchmen muchcountry LINE OK from Lincoln Kan where he victim- Â¬ reunion at CynthiRiife genius lor imaginary mail routes is Weilncsday Because the city is on he other side of the creek saw Jim or guard to rot to be undermined by the ized many confiding church people The regipieut politically speaking a daisy in Hill at its iirst lmttie had SOU Turney colored approaching leading n rains to bo burned by prairie fire- and corded ill over with goul conductors besides forging a note on a bank bloom men iu line ntHie sirreuder at Wash lines the telephone o precipilate travelers at the rate or The telegraph horse when he hailed him and asked It is ins present notion that when all Mr Woodford Dunlnp lias Severed IukUhi Ga there werej 125 survivors lines the electric light lines present to What have you there The answer sixty miles an hour into eternity the back couuties of Kentucky are with the Danville Trib- Â¬ Yesterday seventy two or these met to was a pistol thrust In his face and fired his connection the destructive fluid an opportunity to r j uune and gone back to Lancaster fight their battle oer again expend its energy without working se- Â¬ heard from it may be found that the the ball striking linn in the neck and BItiegrass State has gone Republican anotiiei coram Siefeors Walker Fry and Walter Nich Â¬ rious mischief In the country town Mrs Sarah Ellen Mcintosh eldest passing around and out the other side some or the leaders of his party had Boston Herald ols have control of the paper now or hamlet or farm there are no con- Â¬ If daughter of the late Washington C Turney left at once without waiting to had he opportunity to handle he re- Â¬ E A F BRECK WIGGINS It would be just as easy to make ductor so that the bolt from heaven The barn or Silas Barclay or Mont- Â¬ DePauw of Indiana has tiled her pe- Â¬ see whether or not Foster was dead oleomargarine or n piuk or n brown tears and rends and starts a conflagra- Â¬ turns pt rh p i o When a Republican gomery county formerly or Clark tition to have her fathers will set aside Fortunately though stunned and Lleed counts lie always wins Voters are county was burned by iightuiug Sun Â¬ Tlie cetHte involved an stated In her iiiir he was able to get to the house color as o make it yellow like butter tion See it nothing but the manipulation of re-Â¬ Coloiing matter has to be used it any day night The barn was tilled with petition amounts to 8000000 Vrom with a 100 pound sack or grass seed turns that is what decides lie battle iuetil altomyb are engaged by the that fell from tlie horse Some one case and a pink or brown dye can be tobacco which was jmrtly insured ONE CENT POSTAGE We learned that lesson when William employed that is quite us harmless as Albany Express E Chandler went to Florida to count At Stanford MondHy Frank couteotaiit and there will be probably came to the horse afterwards to see if a yellow one But ir oleomargarine ii - everM made in Mr F was there The supposition is was A peculiar plan by which a portion that State for Hayes and telgraphed Standard an l his wire quaVreletlltwileii ndlafn l farf thus distinguished we need that the thief found one of his three You can oi he governments surplus money for money lo do it with hie wire procured a pistol and shot him sacks of seed gone and came back to hardly say thai it would find relatively may be used is proposed iu the sugges- Â¬ count iu a great many things if you in the back can sing a eerlmls wuiitid The Lfxlogton Gtrzette says The get it and learn the eliect of hi- - shot few buj en tion that letter postage should b j re- Â¬ have spot cash and no one knows it Surgeons have been unable to find the death of John M Clay called to the AND At the examining trial Saturday Turduced to one cent Tlie postal depart- Â¬ beer ban Dorsey or Chandler The ball mlrtd or the Rev WiiurGnnn the ract ney was held iu default or 5700 bail GOOD OrD FOOV TIMES ment of the government has never pro- simple truth is the Kentucky Demo- Â¬ Adolph Vieiiiinan a young notion that his tfuiher hiiiI his twelve sons 1 he Feed was stolen fiom D McKec San FranciM o Bulletin duced a surplus itl revenue and has crats can wipe he field with their opÂ¬ voted on the same day in 1SS4 ror Turney was brought hero and lodged hand living near Wut luiut Ky it is only when production gets far never been run for such a purpose ponent at any time They stupidly The elder Giinn said he in jail by Deputy Sheriff McCarney was tied to the raiirimd track iu Hint Presfcrenl ahead of consumption and must there- Â¬ The policy has been to reduce postage went lo sleep under Ihe impression vicinity by three tramps on last Tues- Â¬ was not like some eople and did not Saturday night He tried after incar- Â¬ fore cease Tor a lime because in the county and will furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion at cm riu 1 the mark- Â¬ as soon as the revenue began to ap hat matters would come out all right Kept crave a large family atid was perfectly ceration to escape in consequence or We are also prepared to do ROOFING and will guarantee to give yon tlie best and mot salisfarfi r day night and narrowly eicaped a tattled with the IS pons and daughters w Inch he has been heavily manacled ets orihe world are glutted that the piuximato expendu tires The policy anyhow They were saved by naerly Job you can get anywhere We carry a large stock of best brands of ROOFING TIN PLATE and wul h iriible death laborer separated from the machine proposed orotic ceilt rootage would be 20000 majority which is pretty nearly the Lord had given him We also carry a nice line of This negro is decidedly a tough citi sighs for the good old inies or hand Â¬ tlie most extreme yet pursued by Rut next not delay your work Ten shares of Clark County National the by the skin of their teeth Mr J C S Blackburn Jr met zen and no btmnger to pri on walls made goodsr when production could Post Office Department The part year they will have their eyes open stock were sold by the adminis Bank trators of Jas Bush deod JUHJ with ijuitc a narrow escape from and ha erpelrated many crime8 A never bo much iu advance or the con Â¬ which cheap postage has payed iu the never you fear There is an old adage department or the past twenty live if a man cheats me once it is his Yire bought live shares at S1S0 anil J drowning WtuesdHy at tlief bridge reporter ot tho Kciiluckiaii Citizeu sumption Which we warrant for one year liesides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware Garden Implemen ti whsif iu thfcf HewasHiiiiliiig interviewed him iu jail Monday and W 1iiviiter live shares attlie yeais is not generally realized There fault if he cheats me a second time it Farm Wagons Seed Strippers Mower Twine Binder Cultivators Grain c Drill on the edge or the barge or the Grace he confessed to having been impiison my fault The people of Kentucky can be no harm hi continuing in the is Ince I It K I AND Mflrri wlffti in some manner Im Iot cd before upon charges of kutiluxing same direction still further One cf have been pondering that adage and Prof AuguMus Wright has begun his balaiHy railing between Hie lxmt vagrancy iouis iilu Post hog concealed weapons in 1SSS they will snow the opposition june22 tf7 IROX MANTELS AND GRATES FIRE BRICK AND FIRE XU leiehiiig school on Harris Branch iu and the wliHif Fortunately some stealing attempted murder etc He or Dublin declares tiie chief advantages to be derived from Mr Cochran a change to one cent postage would be under iu a very effective way Prof Wright lias been Wends weie near who rescued him is now held for shooting with intent to that the Irsh agitators are living off of Clark county to largely do awuy with postal curd- teaching at that Kiiut at intervals for from a very dangerous position kill grand larceny and concealed tlie money that comes from America The extent to which these are Used at the last tliiity years a fact which FniukiurtCuitttnl is our money that keeps up and tliatlt EUROPEAN SITUATION weapons Paris Keiituckiau Citizcn pre ent shows that one ceut postage sn aks well for his ability and the agitation iu Ireland So let it be would be Enqulier appreciated ifled Hpt waslHttW dwdhfrfr mur patrons appreciation Our money cannot be put to belter use The European situation lias furnish- Â¬ 1 eK LiiKe tfliv muiwiay tlie CONCERNING FARMERS- - than to the aid of Ireland It is only IOC leW J Ul h 1 IC UUU N Hill- ed amid the continuous racket of the lawsofUlah Territory permitting tjie CONaitKSS IS R15PONSII1LE by continued agitation that oppressed lienlay afternoon gave a reception to past year nothing so interesting and coiRleiHtoen a elioice letweeii hanging country will ever get its rights aud Xew York fjtur Mr Wattersou at the club rooms iu phenomenal as the late utterances rfiills1itJtHiIHe9it with n cigar m The Kentucky Trotting Horse r S America should be glad to keep up Ihe Thus far nil Indications point to lie or the German official press toward avru nocau nl Wl l his mouth a ro clte pinueil over his of Lexinglon decided agitation tiller Inadequacy of the measures Denmark And bear in mind this is nnd a deal of very pIoHsaut speukiug as target and jMising as ir for a to ofler a puree of SI 000 for n adnpleil l y he Treasjiiry Department something nbout which tlie cable cor- Â¬ ll indulged iu by the distinguished geu- - heart s photograph while the firing sqmul of for the purpose of urre ting the accu- Â¬ race to be rotted on the fourth day tlemeu present It It ACCIDENTS respondent can not exercise his cus- Â¬ five atnied and fired He had been of tlie coming fall meeting which will mulation or surplus There has lieen tomary capacity for pure imagination Iioulsvlllo Commercial Dan Haukins a negro living near four times convicted of the crime for Tall on October 13 Harry Wilkes some willingness to accept anticipated What the German official papers say The air Is full or suggestions or how Franklin La horribly mutilated the Kvhieh he died PAtroii Glingstoue and Jay Eye-See interest payments but the relief afford Â¬ is a matter or record ami not In be to run a train without murder lnxiy of his stepdaughter and lied to ed in that way is oO emporary in jls Marriedj at the Palace Hotel iu On- - are barred improved upon and what hey say itig the passengers Until eveiy rail the woods Pursued and captureil he nature to be of any perceptible benefit is said Willi- tlie foreknowledge anil cinnati on Wcslnesdny the lOtli inst road man is soler intelligent and coufes ed and asked to be hanged with TIlfifiOTH iC91jdjarti5fiL h variously The interest would have i nine due dur-Â¬ consent of PriHce Bismn c Will which reasonable reijuest his captois at Mr John M Dickerm to Mis Mary etimutel rrom 2000000000 to 400000- - sleepless until every rail is sound ing the nextMX ueeksin the natural B Ray donghlcr of Dr Wm Ra- - of must stop once complied 000 busliels Taking the reports from every culvert safr every brid ic strong order of thing- - whereas he accumula- Â¬ hey say that Denmatk hey highand Ryckeye Ky Mr Djckerpon brought foriirv hm Copenhagen Illinois ns a thicsis the arop will be the and every rain dispatcher infallible tion of surplus money goex on at the er declare with fierce frankness that The marriage or Mr7T C JjH his bourne bride back home and tin- we will continue to be more n prominent attorney of tiBi1llBHBtriyTtaUlMilliirJiilie cozy smallest for several years while other and there is no way lohavo accidents- rate or 1 2000000 or SISOIOJOOO per in c ise of mi aggreivn alliance mayÂ¬ prevent them tween Franco ami Russia it estimates make it nearly as large an to MisaJiizricjlaughterJol th monlli without any reference In that nogH Jwhe aJ aIr3yf aJaUI ier rt that or 1SS6 1700000000 bushels become a maritime necessity for Ger Â¬ It should be the duty of jjvery railroad utBWraiwn iook pnee ai owl IJflrlJ e and happiness to Dajton Journal management to reduce the ciiances or ivs lor ine project oi imytng Hie 4 per many lo absorb and annex the King Â¬ oclock Weduesday ovening at the d cent bonds in Ihe open market litis dom or Denmark These papers have Jieflr J JU lf disaster lo a minimum llau church Paris Wlilor T K i v restoring money lo circulation and a simplv told the truth Germany lu 7mary ineiuW nr this iieigbborhood A J Alexander or Woodburu rarm fur Denmark ns Rii oUlciating Svicnej the same time extinguishing be public long Ihirstnliuople and as Austria sit iLaucasier Journal for has sold lo G W Beverly of Provi- Â¬ for Constant CHEAP CALIFOIINIA WINK debt ii is now quite clear that the mouth of he Dintibe She needs dence R I the bay stallion yeailiug Ded ot her home on North Main JMr- - Elizn Kinds and- - Mrs Luzie Philadelphia ledger that The holders or It neeiN it badly Can she gel it by Araphahoc Lord Russell full Ktrei t in this city Sulurduy Aug 13lh Kmds tup In n wliite womeii beanie to brother to Maud S 20S Some of the growers receive only such bonds are not as a rule willing Not without lighting all Europe dam Lk Jackson iu the seventieth Mrs E few years at lust llie feea Kings town ednesda5 slmpjijug and wlIdle Tweedle by Woodourn Mambrino sixteen ceuls a gollou for good wine to pan witli ilium except at rates daughter Alexandra will lie Queen or j ear of iter age Deceased was the Miying o small Dill ot gooits at Chas which tlie Secretary of jhe Treasury Great Britain n power which lias Ion daughter of the late Dr Sam gel Martin Detringd drygifods store took from second dam Tweedledum by Pilot Jr chiefly because they have no cellarage would hardly feel justified in piying held a practical protectorate over the and are obliged o take wlint is offered dam of and the wire or the lamented Josiuh ljf cyuijter and slipped into tlie sacks third dam Twyman mare Another Princess Danish Kingdom j only- - are these bonds extremely Tornado The price was pri- them by local dealers who unite 3u Not Steeles is tlie will or an- Â¬ Jackson Winchester Son they were carrying goods to the vate but known to lie better than keep down the price Great wine eel iietiratne properly nut the holders no or Denmark orTlivra Victoria the Duke of other son lars are now beiug constructed and it doubt look forward lo a refunding Cumberland A third Princess or tlie Iist week the new thresher or J W ninuit of odU air Ueenng had 2200 Versailles Sun is expected that bpforc many j ears scheme something like Ihe one that same line Is the wile ot the Emperor or Chiistian ofChilesburg wiisdetnyed them arreted anil louiid the goods In One of the most successful wheat growers will get more for their crops produced the 3 percent whereby they Russin A fourth is closely allied to theÂ¬ uiey wqretrieu lv snmp nor nmiriiisr coaloilon It uieif j posfcewwn or Frances Oneofthe Den vveunpupy y conig oy auuge runups growers in Davidson county Tennes- Â¬ their wine will be better cared for and may convert their bonds into new ones ex roynlty and setting it on fire the dftif Waa mark PiinceR rules over Sw ptlen and w JMI fof three dftys Uhe see made 5450 bushels of winter bar- Â¬ its reputation improved running fir a much longer lime Norway another is King or Greece WV Mr Chrlsllan offera a i about SCOO but try to Very likely Mr Fairchild did not ex Let tlie Hoheiizollerns reward Tor the perpetrator Winclles- - WomeiiTdlfctiaV how to touch the ten- Â¬ ley from 00 acres He commenced plowing for wheat iu August and sows pec any grea results rrom these ex- Â¬ take possession ot hat little set lJer hert strlng3 of the judge ter Sun they will find THE SIZE OF IT ILL 7rthe first week in October three pecks Nicholasville Journal periment The aw gives him very coast Kingdom and -M arrayed ngiiuat them such a coWashington Post i Filtz wheat to the acre M Kuykeudall anj51if42Caiinic J Turns ids little latitude nt lie best and it is alition ns Europe never saw The urent Last Suturday Miss Nannie Judy land with Oaseidy sulky plows three The difference between tarifl reform- Â¬ notorious hat the present emergency Nanoleou tried it in the zenith or his Little or Fortl were married Saturday QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO in the County Clerks office by Judge Jlio charming daughter or Co Henry inuies anu fays no would rather pay ers and internal revenue nbolisliers has was not contemplated iu the formula- Â¬ power 1807 and lie effort contributed also cost Den Â¬ his ruin Jones It seemed lo ben case or love Jurtyflflafc county arrived iu MU 6 per acre to have land turned in been rather pointedly put as being one tion of our existing financial system greatly toor her navy It and eight days WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga mark all trade that e haven large at first sight as the parties weref mar i StorHugona visit On Sunday eve August hau turned in October Tor between those who favor a free un- Â¬ The Secretary has simply done his bombardment Mi little or Copenhagen Meridian Vicksburg and all the Texas B ber sweetheart Albert Strrer of nothing rie1 in less tlisn a week from ihelrfirbt Sows barley last week iu taxed sidebiard and those who favor a duty in resorting to every expedient Since then the Kingdom has been aud well selected line of J 11113 oeuiity look herout to church at September one bushel to the acre free untaxed wardrobe Thoso who authorized by law Tlie fact that these practically a Britisli dependency but r i ii if iuiiiiiAitt1 a LsnjjyIi lick On Monday morning oppose reduction of the tariff are for are not beneficial or suffioienC ts one with powerful alliances all over the continent Germany can never approMr Alexauder Durr died nt his home tlrflylouk west bound train Air Cin Yesterday was a slight improvement free liquor and those who propose lo for which he is clearly not responsible priate it without first whipping all in Washington county Irom the eilects cinnati anil iu the evening they were on the two preceding Court days In continue the tax on whisky arc for J1 The issue reverts to Cuigreas The Europe Mr Durr enjoyed the made husbundnipi wife On Tuesday point of attendance and Iho amount of giving tlie people free untaxed cloth- Â¬ of a carbuncle TIIE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO TIIE PACIFIC C0AST- law miikiug branch or tho government reputation of bein the heaviest man they returned here and immediately business transacted but tho day was ing instead Thats about the size of is he only one that can apply a rem- Â¬ ffHftMHAtl MMl IXlBffOn Itl In his average went lo the ieidcnce of Mr Richard dull enouuh About 60 head of small it iu Central Kentucky Local Produce Markets Mornins and Nfclit BnOct cans I nmris alt edy Tor the lamentuble and perilous South without changa weight Ijeiiig over 400 and at tho time iitorer father of the groom They were cattle were offered for sale but were llie Important title of the crisis in our financial condition Tariff CORRECTED WEEKLY BY E K MCCANJT of his death be weighed 383 ound Aiil JUUIU TWENTV KIOHT HOURS TO JACKSKfVTLLE FLORIDA IS to be married Out 13 by consent or all not sold The top of a lot of 600 sheep UIIIj T inn RITNNINH THUOUHH CARS legislation hascrcated this vast excess HOW TO REDUCE THE SHHPUIS GROCER MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY partiescUoeoed Jind why thoy fo wore withdrawn at 2JK per head nud r Cnnninl llUULO--QUKK- N Travlrt hwvf rtmlet nt twa knl of sreplng liun of receipts through taxation or the Sexeral hundred persons rosideiiMIJ Lsudilcnfy oonuludedltu jfssuinc PhlladelpIiiaTtccd KfcgiiDt OJJUliltll Vrvfinn marital one lot of 105 head were told by Mr Richmond Ky Aug 19 1SS7 dnlr lWflet Oraml Pnllmnnri Hiks IVthtee Hulfet iHtfvr Utnle Ruom 1iutera people Coilgress must como lo the pensions quarterly Jrpjnj Ireland draw btfndrHiid wirj they went to Cincin Â¬ The net surplus In the Treasury on peoplesrellerwlth cither tarifl legisla- Â¬ the United Stales for services In the nati is their own secret Mt Sterling Duncan of Wayne to Wm Robinson Nearly All iSS ftTrl Leading Railroads Since there is tion wiser more democratic- - That Beef Cattle Butter ut 232 Hie mule market was dull Aug 1 was S46C9S594 Gram Centra Union Defot In UHejiitmU pumoimwi bottling llkeli via Ihlx line re army during the late war The United 45C therefore saveiltranHferaefOHS he City ad an aswHeil s Joamey altemiett wHli i ei Sentinel Democrat 1 Surar Cured Harns and prices were off a shade A few no portion or ihe public tlobt to which Is lie Only way out or tho dilemma X2t4C Eta in which you can And Ihe comfurtiaml eenvvnlewee States is said to be the only Govern Â¬ Bacon Harns Country were sold at from 70 oS150 per head the surplus may be applied its volume ment in tho world that pays petitions LIm of the The Pope has sent the Golden Cured Tia Queen and Crescent must rapidly increase before he close 124C Danville Advocate lo iereoiis who do not reside within its Ruse Ur Mis Culdwll daughter ot I2frICC Dutter General Offlees St PhuI BnlMlse West Ponrtk St ClMtanatl Ohio of Ihe current fiscal year unless Con LAND OHAKTS 1 Chickens boiders - the ialeWfinlSA- - Caldwell or Louis-vlllc 50 JOUSCGAUtT HCOLIBRAV 752 00 The best quality or fat shipping cat gress shall make provision for its abate- Â¬ General Manager bUQOC tmitntl FnaseuKir Aaat LduJsyiIIo Times Ky the lady yho made such a tle in the blue grass country now go off ment R t AUBOLL R X RYAN LATEST STYLES Co66c i nea The legitimate nud practical Mrs Betsy Stevens of Camdenville Genera Snperlntemtent jneStf Amtfldmt Owners P ttMogrr A munificent gill to he proosed Cutlio- - nt i cents per pound This about means of reducing 5 Secretary Lamars decision hi the Flour at Mills from- 00 surplus revenues Anderson county aged eighty years ll TtttlMriil v Tim frililoii TrkQnl la and tup LOWEST PRICES J5 per barrel 00 crumples up the business like n soiled are to be found in lessening Atlantic uul IaoKic railroad land Corn tuiolde committed lbs 4osoc gUl napkin and throws it into he dirty taxation upon raw materials ofsurplus Â¬ grunt restore to the public ilomtiiii I Hay pcrioo per indusFiilay Her mind is nrouhtSRlmaintm 1IK 100 iis Uats in meal 8 Willi IONM UJIUII lltHIIlUII clothes basket There is but one way try and necessities of living 25000000 acre an nn a bUglily great- Â¬ Lard osg ioc U conie unsettled by brooding overfall i IlllgiyO We bnHd TRACTION and lOBTABLE ENOIKB3 or all Mae TIM tuaoas blesseil by he Pijpe on Ifitare Sun out oi it ami that way the Chicago Fat lis er in extent tlian the State of Ken- Â¬ Tallow We do not intend lobe UNDERSOLD -- suaaniv xtuicsiin iawaaoamttaxreicTfcrBaaTanMii Trti iiijiiiiiuiiiarv AMnt1 uuuui II n iitc v Lday iinddewgiieil to be sent t those Lxuutnt 1h kiir lltl i Stock Show blazed for us The proof tucky The Secretarys opinion Is on Beesivax xve say we will ovuivutuai An atoi4aacaaAK mifiiifs our customer nud to Ml I 3 - UflWWI he land on which her iimUIicr liuu persons ot royal blood or to iT tWrlte fer Free Circulars jm such cities was conclusive that it pays belter lo io35 HaHOAT 1 ABOLISHED FOVBUTY you lull value for every dollar in- aer only 11 legal const ruel ion of a Feathers wyvjr RCB1NGON jand reside CO i Meal 6575c give wiin 11 aim we urgs you 10 vesieu ns have remit eil great service to the sell a Boston Herald Rkaranofid KSUlVsiLLrzZBX Y- weighing lj200 lo l r statute but It is more for-- the reason Oat per bushel tiHr 50c give iu an early call Irxaana Rev Henrj W Cleyelnitd of Louis- - church This is the second time it lias 1400 lbs thau a three or four year old Gnus 25 It would be amusing were there not that public sentiment is opposed to the Orchard Millet 1 20 vdle and Henry T Stanton of Frank- - beeu mii outside the ranks or royalty of greater weight Push the cair piwli a painful sldcto It o hear men talk subsidized roads Tlirse subsidies were German Timothy Seed 2 40 The first jierson the 3 earl ing and sell Ihe fort have been appointed l j about abolishing he and to an Ameiicii poverty by shifting granted during the war or immediate- Â¬ Oats in sheaf on Ihtaside ot the Atlantic must be the order of the day Farm- Â¬ the bearing of one of our JIghlest bur- Â¬ ly subsequent to Its close ulien the Choice blue grass seed President a Commission to appraise so At MoKfluQld Stand and allot certain lauds In Hie Umalilla j wtis Mrs Eilu Ewi ig Shcrnian wife ers Home Journal dens At the outside what the work lobby was the power that ruled the Red top teed June 22 0n THE OLIMAX FOLLOW THE CROWD TZELTS Climax Printing jfl WEEK Â¬ Low Prices will Astonish You RAMSEY OLDHAM Â¬ 1 -- aa Shackelford Gentry Go ba ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR u fr All Kinds of HARDWARE STOVES and TINWARE -- seven-year-o- ld i CP - Blacksmiths and Wagon ICakers Supplies Roofing Guttering and ail kinds of Pin and Shest Iron Work Done in the most Workmanlike Manner NONE BUT THE BEST OF WORKMEN EMPLOYED WORK WAllKISTIiiFarming Implemenst Known To The Trade TllO -- Call and Examine our Stock before Buying We Can Please 1Tti W ort WIGGIN cfe B -- Attention Contractors WE KEEP THE LARGEST BEST SELECTED STOCK OP Â¬ Builders Hardware and Bnilding Material LEXINGTON BELLE COOK STOVES and RANGES 9BLASTING POWDER AIV1 DYrsAHTLEsr terl v free-ror-a- -- - I i Â¬ r -- 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 junetr GHESCE3ST WFW tfTlOIl QUEM A3ra vw j 4- Â¬ j ct4 E0TJTE T57 Wk miiwininttrTmwi Â¬ CLOTHING Pmc iualPois Sol East Trains ai Som W SrVr i- V HATS TRUNKS VALiISES the -- -- j BEST GOODS Travel Z2 25j 4o5oieSrTOEt r JIC iSfc 1 oaso two-year-o- ld rJ J two-year-o- ld l hord iTi Uffrff-W- - THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON WEDNESDAY Wm G WHITE 24 1887 AUGUST There was a heavy frost at East Tawas Michigan on Friday General Simon Bolivar Buckner ivill be inaugurated Governor of Kontucky on next Tuesday Aug ust 30th An Inman steamer was bunied at son when five days out from Now York The Passengers were roecued by a passing steamer Â¬ Another of those remarkable idiots who shoot the wrong person first showed up at Hnmraondsport N Y on last Friday Charles Knight shot his wife and then himself The Bourbon News says that The Climax has no more regard for the truth than Bill Bradley or the Louisville Commercial The Climax could have even less than Joe Mulhatton and then have more than the Bourbon News A Key West dispatch of Mon Â¬ day said that one new case and one death from yellow fever oc curred that day The total num ber of cases to date is 254 still sick 40 discharged cured 1G0 deaths 53 Â¬ The Tajior county bond trouble is to be aimicably settled At a meeting on last Saturday the resident holders of bonds unani mously agreed to accept twenty five cents on the dollar on the face of their bonds and the same Him on all past due coupons in new G per cent bonds of the coun- Â¬ ty at par An agreement to this effect was reduced to writing and signed by all the bond holders Â¬ Â¬ South colored boy killed a child with a shot gun and wounded his sister The colored vouth of South Carolina as we instanced two or three weeks ago seem bent on exterminating the human race An armful of hickory limbs would do more good in South Carolina than in any State in the Union Corolina an eight-year-ol- In Lancaster county d three-year-ol- d Mason BrqvnTHoii B F Buckner and Judge Jamesjj Pirtle Courier Journal A wagon wasjstruck by a railroad The Mobile Register is convinc- train near Newuau Ga aud tfiree ed that a good many Democrats colored Methodist ministers Rev in Kentucky voted the Republi- Green George Itev Ernest Caldwell can ticket Well have it as you and Rev Daniel Isreal were killed please gentlemen The full re- Rev Wm UpsbftWj the other occupant turns show an increase of 8000 in of the wagon escaped with his life but vote compared to is expected to die Bradleys Buckners vote falls Thirty years ago Jacob Pettyjohn Blaines short 9000 of Clevelands vote was sentenced to death in Forsyth while Labor and Prohibition get county Georgia for a murder Petty 13000 John escaped from juil and went td If we admit that 8000 Demo- Indian Territory where he has been crats have voted for Mr Bradley all the time He lias just been traced and against revenue reform we by officers of Forsyth county t aud the find nothing in the supposition to Sheriff has started after him make a change in the Democratic Two members of Jeflerson Davis platform men who oppose rev- Cabinet are living They are Reagan enue reform men who favor free of Texas Postmaster General and whisky but oppose free clothing Watts of Alabama Attorney General who have no faith in the State in But one man survives who was a mem Â¬ her wealth in her energy in her ber of Lincolns Cabinet Hugh McCul future and who insist on protec- lough who was Secretary of Treasury tion on a policy which robs ten under Lincoln Jounbtoa and Arthur persons for the benefit of one According to the report of the First men who hold this faith belong Assistant Postmaster General 13079 with the Republicans postmasters were appointed during ths There are 144000 who hold fiscal year ended June 30 The total views directly opposed to those number of iostinastera appointed since held by the 8000 who have gone President Clevelands inauguration Is into the Republican camp shall 45373 while the number of offices in We oppeiation is 5S157 144000 surrender to S000 think not On the contrary we William MShaw aStar route con- Â¬ believe there is a reserve strength tractor of Jonesboro Tenn was ar- Â¬ in the Democratic party in Ken- rested charged with rifling letters tucky which has never yet been He was placed under bond which he brought out Our Stale platform jumped Officers pursued and surÂ¬ has always been explicit enough rounded him in a barn but rather titan no more explicit this year than surrender lie cut his jugular vein dy- Â¬ before but when our Representa- ing almost instantly tives and Senators have gone to The following is a telegram from Washington to fulfill the promises Chatsworih the j cene of tlie awful of the party they have been railroad accident thwarted by a small but obstinate The supposed remains of Mrs Maliala Clay that were intered at minority When the National Democratic Eureka have been identified as those aud the unidentified party shows that it is in earnest of Mrs Hicks No 12 has been ex body known as lor reform when the President humed aud identified as Mrs Clay recommends and the caucus ap- and was taken by her daughter to proves a genuine reform bill a Eureka for interment to night bill according with the Kentucky and the Ohio platforms the Dem- CONCERNING FARMERS- ocratic majority in Kentucky will The cotton crop is estimated at 7500 again soar above the fifties Put any Democrat on a Virginia plat- 000 bales oOOOOU more thau Were ever form and the Republican nomi before grown in a single year nee will carry Kentuck We do May Overton of Tennessee last not fight in ambush in this State week purchased a suckling colt by STAND TO YOUR OPINIONS Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ merly of thisT place visited Mrs Mary v Stockton last week Miss Constance Banister of Grant county who was visiting Mrs Gilbert Dudley has gone home M Green editor of flic Rigis Mr ter has gone to Dansville New York for Uic remainder of the summer Mrs Carrie Jones Tribblc of Shelby county who was visiting relatives at her old home in this county has gone home Prof W D McCIintock has returned from Chautauqua and will fill the pulpit at the Christian church Sunday morning and evening Mr J Ellison Brock of StLouis visit Â¬ ed relatives here last week in this his The world appears to be native count using him well Capt T B Shearer was at home on Sunday after a stay of several weeks at Maysille He goes next week to north- Â¬ western Ohio for a sojourn Mr A G Bush a prosperous mer chant of Hopkinsvilie formerly a mer- Â¬ chant in this place is here on a visit accompanied by his wife Mr John M Alverson of the Treasury Department Washington D C who was at home on a visit to his mother has returned to the City of Magnificent Dis- Â¬ MATRIMONIAL- - Tohn Davis Jr son of JohnDavis Sri near Red House and Verrillcs Davis widow of his deceased brother Daniel Davis ran over to Winche ter on last Wednesdays morning train Svere mar ried bv County Judge Tones in the Clerks office and returned on the afternoon BJkX IS FOUND OF AT THE Public -- - Sale CITY PROPERTY CASH GROCERY OF HOUSE train I will on THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15 87 As Trustee of C Stafford THIN COLUMN- - Having determined to go West Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ KENTUCKY DIAMONDS Electioneer 3000 dam Beautiful Bells for llowan county Circuit Court lias cleared laylor Young of the charge of conspiring to kill the Logan boys The court is doing nothing of importance and soon as the soldiers leave the war will re open There is one way and only one to settle the Rowan county trouble Withdraw the soldiers and let the factions fight until all are killed ofi The State can spare them From numerous counties even from far away Lee county comes information concerning the ap pointment of committees to The Â¬ represent said counties in the Industrial and Commercial Conference to be held at Louisville in September Has Malison county a committee We have not heard of it Full information concerning the Conlerence was published in The Climax two months ago Will Madison be unrepresented in that important Conference But wait till we strike gas and Madison will be heard from Â¬ however rendered it desirable that they should be intelligently sought for and upon the invita tion of Mr J R Proctor the State Geologist of Kentucky we were sent by Major J W Powell the director of the United States Geological Survey to make the inÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ In Clark county CS hogs 150 pounds The New York Tribune says sold at 4 cents 15 plain cattle 1300 that a paper was read at the pounds 335 2 yearling Mary heifers recent New York Scientists Con 100 each 40 tons old hemp 53 vention by George F Kuntz expert TheElizabethtown News thinks HarCo for Tillany entitled Is din county will not raise over 25 per tnere a Diamond Field m Ken- cent of an avarage corn crop aud that tucky The paper is as follows is mostly in spots where showers of The great similarity of the rains have fallen peridotite of Elliott county KenIn Bourbon county J W Ferguson tucky to that of South African sold 100 cattle 1000 pounds to Moses diamond fields has attracted con- Kahn at 4 25 Other fat cattle sold siderable attention and hundreds at 4 cents best feeders ot prospectors moved by interest- 3 cents stock ewes S3S5 ing probabilities have visited the For an opening day the first day at region in search of gems and pre- Rochester might be railed fair Three cious metals In May 1SS5 when records were broken and over 60000 the peridotite of Kentucky was passed into the pool box while the studied in the field the character book makers voted it the best day of of the diamond bearing rock in the season South Africa was not yet fully The Kentucky Trotting Horse Breed understood and consequently no ers Association has decided to ofler a search was made at the time for purse of 1000 for a race to diamonds Recent developments be trotted on the fourth day of the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ two-year-- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ free-for-a- ll coming fall meeting which will fall on October 13th Harry Wilkes Patron Clingstone and are barred Jay-Eye-S- ee vestigation The Stanford Journal continues to remind its readers that there was something wrong with the late election It says In 1S7G Kentucky gave Tildon in round numbers 03000 majority In 1S7G she gave Blackburn 4S 000 Knott received 44000 in 1SS3 Cleveland 81000 in 1SS4 and now Buckner gets in by a beggarly 17000 What do you reckon is the matter with nannah Hannah wants to be State Commissioner of Agriculture Horticulture and Statistics Â¬ COMPREHENSIVE The Universal Peace Union in at New London Conn passed resolutions looking to the establishment of arbitration in stead of war between nations also favoring woman suffrage prohibition justice for Ireland conciliatory policy with the Indians and denouncing capital punish ment Strange to say the Union utters not a word indicative of its attitude toward either the baseball or tight lacing questions Courier Journal What about the Rebel Flags and chewing tobacco f session Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE GAS 15AL00X Louisville Cummeralal Our plan was to search by sifting and carefullv nanninr the stream beds receiving the drainage directly from the surface of the peridotite and to enlist the services of the people in the neighborhood to scrutinize the steep slopes where gems weather ed out of the peridotite might be exposed Particular attention was directed also to the examina tion of the solid rock and residuary deposits which so closely resemble the diamentiferous material of the South African mines During a careful search over a small area for nearly two days no diamonds were found but this by no means demonstrates that diamonds may not yet be discovered there The remarkable similarity between the peridotite of Kentucky and that ot Kimberly and other diamond mines of South Africa is very striking and when this alone is considered the probability of finding diamonds in Kentucky seem correspondingly great But when we reflect that the carbonaceous shale and not the peridotite itself is the source of the carbon out of which the diamond is formed and that the shale in Kentucky is much poorer in carbon than that of the South African mines the probability of finding diamonds there is proportionally diminished Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Whatever makes glad the heart of our thriving little neighbor Jeflersonville sends a corresponding thrill of joy up and down Louisvilles spinal column She is greatly elated over the discov- Â¬ ery of natural gas at her doors and a small sized boom is begin ing to fill her mental eye Jefler- Â¬ sonville must not become unduly excited So far the prospects are medium but theres many a slip betwixt a natural gas well and a fortune The capacity of this wonderful well has been quoted at one hundred thousand feet Have the excited stock holders stopped long enough to calculate how really small an out put that is The Economic Heating company have been sinking wells down in Meade county Ky They too have struck gas in quantities far exceeding that of Jeflersonville More than one million feet ol gas wds produced but not less than ten million feet would an swer their purpose Unless the Jeflersonville company can strike gas in larger quantities and secure a continuous flow the find will not be worth the hole that is drilled in the ground The Commercial hopes that the discovery is all that the reporters are iTmagining it to be If Jef fersonville has natural gas to spare what is to prevent Louis ville from sharing her good for Â¬ tune If we can not get it any other way we will be in favor of bringing it over in jugs Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS Pror Spencer F Baird of the United Suites Flsli Commission died at Wood ball Mn Monday Cholera appears to be on the increase In Southern Italy and Sicily A num Â¬ ber of suspicious cases hayo appeared in Rome Wm C Morrill for seventeen years treasurer of the Western and Atlantic railroad of Georgia died Monday Boston in Eeau Sims a mute of Indianapolis aged twelve years yesterday shot and probably killed his nephew Bassett Sims aged nine years noted phre Â¬ nologist and lecturer died at his home near Sharon Station Conn Friday after an illness of only thirty six hours Oliver Atkins five years nfngeiound a levolver which he pointed at Willie Hawkins aged three with the usual result The tragedy occurred at Mem- Â¬ phis Mr Joseph Miller Commissioner of Internal Revenue Is seriously ill with Bright disease and fears are had that he will not recover He Is at Warm Springs Ya Prof 0 8 Fowler the Â¬ Â¬ The United States revenue cutter Bear it is believed has been lost in Behrlng Sea The Bear was one of the ships which went to tiie relief of Lieu Greely In the Arctic Ocean Hon William Preston has been elect d Vice President for Kentucky of the American Bar Association The State Council consists of Huu John The directors of the Lincoln County Stock Fair have declared n dividend of 1 on each share of 10 aud Treasurer Baughmau was distributing checks yes- Â¬ terday This is doing first rate con- Â¬ sidering all the disadvantages under German American Catholics are to which the directors labored aud shows hold a meeting at Chicago September 6 And the The Babies Cky Fok what can be done if we go at the busi for a consideration of differences existing old folks laugh when they rind the pleasant California liquid fruit remedy ou a larger scale next year Stanford between German and Irish Catholics Syrup of Fig is more easily taken mid Journal Fitzgerald editor of the Christian Dr more beneficial in its action thau bitter Dwytr Bros were in luck at Mon- Â¬ Advocate says of the Texas election nauseous mediciues It is a most Val- Â¬ mouth Park Hanover won the Went wet wet with the tears of drunk- Â¬ uable family remedy to act on the Champion Stakes in 238 defeating ards wives and children whose natural bowels to cleanse tiie system and to Volatile and Firenzi Distance li protectors have been snared and ruined dispel colds headaches aud fevers Willi Kiugfish they won the Junior by the open saloon Manufactured only by the California Champion Stakes with 10000 added A correspondent of the Courier Journal Fhs Syrup San Francisco Califor Â¬ money in 115 with Los Angeles writing from Stockton Kavanaugh camp ground nia F01 sale Ly White second Distance J of a mile The says The religious services at Kava Â¬ odds on Kiugfish were 10 to 1 and on naugh embrace almost the entire day Saiutaris Water brought direct from Hanover 6 to 5 The two stakes Mrs Buhop Morris a Christian of deep St Clair Spring Mich Kept only amount to 25000 experience and of high intellectual cul- Â¬ by J C Hughes july22 tf Crop reports to the Pioneer Press ture leads meetings for the ladies con- Â¬ state that the late storms have result- Â¬ tinuing each day for an hour and also for Now is the time to buy your Cloth ed in considerable damage to wheat the young people for an hour She has Inir while the crest inducement is more particularly from bleaching few equals in such peculiar work as this offered by J C Lyter Julyi3 tr Some sprouting is also reported The A man from Chicago was in greater portion of the damage in both Muddy Dakota at the confluence Little of the Minnesota aud Dakota has been south Little Muddy and Missouri rivers near the Sjrrup of Figs of the Hastings and Dakota railroad Montana line last Sunday and attended Manufactured only by the California where rains have been specially church When prayer was offered the Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Cal Is copious North of this road the dam Â¬ Chicago man knelt very devoutly and Natures Own true Laxative It is the age is mostly In spots Most of the was astonished to hear the minister shout grain Is now in the stack aud thresh Â¬ Here you feller with the coat on none most easily taken aud the most pleas- Â¬ remedy known to ing is somewhat delayed Conserva- Â¬ o yer gettin down behind the pew tryin antly effective cleanse the system when bilious or cos- Â¬ tive judges estimate tills years wheat to draw a gun on me If youve got any Â¬ tive to dispel headaches colds aud crop of Minnesota and Dakota at 80 thing agin me jes pull yer weepins while 000000 bushels considered a low esti- Â¬ yere upn sight Im healed an ready fer fevers to cure habitual constipation mate The barley crop in Southern ye I plugged the last man that tried that indigestion etc For sale in 50 cents Willis Minnesota is better thau anticipated game on me right through the pew an I and 1 00 bottles by Stockton Mr Samuel Lee has sold to the Lex Â¬ ortcr sen e 3 ou the same way Dakota ington Cemetery Company the Lee Bell STOOE HARZET EEPOST farm of 105 acres for 40000 cash The Second District Convention of the LIVE This laud adjoins the present cemetery Womans Christian Temperance Union CORRECTED WEEKLY BY aud most of it lies within the corporate will be held in Lebanon beginning Wed- Â¬ WEBER LOPEK CO limits of the city When we first re- Â¬ nesday night August 31st and continue Live Stock Commission Merchants at member this place it embraced the through Thursday and Friday September Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and present cemetery aud the Lee farm 1st and and Mothers Meeting Juvenile Covington Stock Yards and belonged to the late Thomas Bos Work Social Purity Sabbath Desecration well What was known as the old and other practical topics connected with CINCINNATI OHIO AUGUST 22 th 1887 Williams raco track was embraced in our work will be discussed Mass meet Â¬ SHIPPING CATTLE this tract of land Stockholder and ings at night have been provided for and Paragon ran their match for 2000 will be addressed by some of the ladies Good to Extra 4 oo 4 25 3o 3 85 each four mile heats over the Williams present All women interested in this Fair to Good Fair Common to 1 75 3 35 track Oct 27 1S25 which Stockholder great work are invited to attend and help Good to Extra Oxen 3 00 3 25 won in 810 800 In 1820 the present devise ways and means to protect our Fair to Good Oxen 1 25 2 75 Common and Rough 2 00 I 50 club of the Kentucky Association was homes and community from the ravages founded and moved to its present loca of the giant liquor crime BUTCHER CATTLE tluii Live Stock Record Good to Extra Mrs L M Dodge Cor Sec 3 50 3 75 fair to Ijooa 3 oojg 3 40 Â¬ A Cincinnatian speaking of Mrs Mar- Common to fair 3 oos 3 25 tin one of the leaders of the Perfectionists Good to Extra Cows PERSONAL 3 25 3 50 1 to 2 75 I have heard as you Fair to Good Cows of that city says Cows 2 75 2 25 know all the famous evangelists and great Common 1 oo 1 50 Mr June Walker Rough Cows and Oxen Sulphur preachers in the country men who could Springs HULLS j sway thousands but I have never heard 2 40 2 to Prof Charles McClintock spent Sun such utterances fall from human lips as Best Shipping Best Bologna 22 2 25 Jay here from Mr Martins Her modesty and Fair Bologna 2 00 2o Good 3 oo 2 35 Mr Newlon Jones Jr has gone to dignity arc unequaled and sometimes for Fair to and Feeders 1 50 1 TIdn 75 five or six hours together this little modest Common Kansas city to locate FEEDERS AND STOCKERS woman bold through God has thrilled Mrs A D Rash of Winchester is and uplifted us as no 3 75 3 00 merely human Good Extra Steers Good x 75 visiting Mrs Mary Stockton 2 50 power could do She has fulfilled the Fair to to ExtraSteers Good Heifers 2 25 2 Mr A W Hart and wife of Conway conditions and she is Gods tabernacle Common and Thin Stackers 2 00 2 50 25 were in Richmond on Monday You remember the tabernacle of the COWS AND CALVES 30 oo4o 00 Mrs BurgunJer of Philadelphia is Israelites in the wilderness covered with Best Grades Good 20 oo3o 00 visiting her daughter Mrs S Prague- - goats skins and badgers skins without Fair to 10 ooic 00 and fine linen and pure beaten gold within Common racr Best Veal Calves 6 00 5 50 and when the high priest had fulfilled all Fair to Good4 50 5 25 Mrs W C Fitzpatrick of Silver the conditions then the Shechinah came Comincn and Heavy 3 00 4 ce Creek is visiting her old home in Shelby in and filled it with glory The human SPRING LAMBS county soul is this tabernacle and when we have Good Extra Heavy 6 00 5 75 Mr D R Freeman and sister Miss fulfilled the conditions God will come Good Butcher 4 75 5 35 4 00 4 50 Ann arc in Cincinnati viewing Rome and I say it rcyerentiy is glad of the Fair Butchers Common and Tal Ends 2 75 3 50 chance to fill the soul with Himself under Nero HOGS Then His life becomes ours He sees Tne last heard of Mr Rankin Mason Select Butcher 5 40 5 50 speaks acts through us and we are His Fair to Good Packers he was in Boston with his eye fixed on 4 90 5 25 temples The mystery of godliness is Good to Extra Lights c 20 4 90 Scotland Ta finished here and His completed work T ink Trv Roughs and Scalawags 3 oo Mrs Dan T Smith of Cincinnati for unveiled on this planet 3 50 Krom Luang Devawargso Varopraker the new minister from Siam has been pre Â¬ sented to the President It is probably necessary to remark that tiie President is yet alive Henrei Bruegmann editor of the Lin Â¬ coln Nebraska Staatz Anzeiger has whipped Mr Klench editor of the Frie Both men sup- Â¬ Presse of the1 same city posed to be crazy Sam Woo a iaundryman has sued the Detroit Free Press for 10000 damages The Press stated that Mr Woo fought sparrows in his laundry Woo d you sparrows good Lord Sam Jones is sick at his home in the eastern suburbs of Richmond Jeff Davis of Whites Station subscribed for The tances Frank James of Climax last week Mr John Parks brother of Mr George Jackson county was already a subscriber W Parks of this county is here on a visit So was John Morgan after an absence of thirty five years He Mr Schalhausen our next door neigh- Â¬ was delayed seeral hours by the Chats bor tells us of a man in Columbus Ohio worth disaster who went into the bath room in the dark Mr Josiah Lipscomb of Tuscola Illi- Â¬ and took a bath without a light as he did nois is visiting relatives here and else not w ish the additional heat of the gas where in the county after an absence of and the annoyance of candle flies By twenty two years His brother Mr Joel mistake he got hold of the stove polish Lipscomb of Kansas City visited here and used it for soap When he emerged recently after an absence of thirty years into the bed room black as der tcufel Metsrs Newton K White Huntsville his wife ran out on the streets Alabama S D GofT and Prewitt Van Meter Clark county John Faulkner DAUGHTERS WIVES MOTHERS and Win Owsley Lancaster Jeff Cock rcll and Waller Chenault Mt Sterling attended Miss Harris party Tuesday Be your own pfcvsieian A lady who for years suffered from distressing evening weaknesses etc Rev W T Poynter of Shelbyville female complaints so common to her sex and bad de-Â¬ came to Richmond two weeks ago and spaired of a cure finally found reme- Â¬ stopped at Squire J H Powells He cured her completely was taken sick with a dangerous case of dies which Any suflerpr can use them and thus Cholera morbus His sister and brother physi- Â¬ in law Mr Hiram Shaw and wife of cure herself without the aid of a cian Two recipes treatise aud full di- Â¬ Lexington came over to see him All Address Mrs rections fiec Sealed went home on Monday W C Holmes 658 Broadway N Y Madame Bosbyshell who has met with 13jul lyr Name this paper such gratifying success with her dancing classes in Richmond is in the city for a few days making arrangements to open A Novel Bet While I am not a her school here in the fall She has betting rami said F J Cheuey of the added a number of new dances and in firm of F J Cheney Co I considered struction in calisthenics to her course of it my religious duty to make that fel- Â¬ low a bet You see he was about dead instructions Lexington Press Prof James Rice A M for some time aud 1 guess lie would have died before located at Kingston this county has Spring if I had not got him ou the accepted the position of Principal of bet You know some men had rather Watson Seminary Ashley Missouri loose their lives thau lose a hundred is a native of this county but well he was one of that kind and wo Prof Rice for the past twenty years lias taught both came near being out but I saved at New Liberty Crab Orchard and other my hundred and it only cost him ten He sent for me point He leaves at once for his new dollars Hows that position and we expect to hear good re oue day and said the doctors had alt given him up to die with the catarrh ports from him I told him that I would bet him 100 that Halls Catarrh Cure would cure RELIGIOUS him or I would give him 100 if it failed He took the latter proposition This The Louisville Conference will meet at was three months ago 3 011 see how lie 2S Hartford Sept looks now dont you as well as any Bethel Church in Owen county sus- Â¬ one and a dandy American Toledo pended 13 members for not contributing O The Georgia Evangelist continues at the Court house He delivered a pay Premium Bread lecture last night Messrs Covington Arnold Bro Rev R L Thurman after serving Grocers oiler a premium of 10 on the fifty three years as a Baptist Missionary first day of the Fair for the best loaf of Agent in Kentucky has retired to private wheat bread salt rNiug and one of 10 life for the best loaf of wheat bread yeast The Kentucky Conference of the rising to be baked from their cele- Â¬ Acma flour made by Bo Â¬ Methodist Episcopal Church South brated will meet in Covington Sept 14th nanza Boiler Mills Richmond Ky Juiyi3 tf Bishoji Granbury will preside -- I will on DYKES ON SaMajto 2087 sell at public auction on the premises on Third Street my corner in the town of Kichmond Ky proceed to expose at public sale to the highest bidder the following described valuable real estate Ito wit The Nortli Second Street A full and complete stock of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Canned Goods Crreen and Planing- RioEiyconsrD ey- - Mill Build- Â¬ HOUSE and LOT Oozifecfioneries also make Household Including Grounds Office and Mill ings and Machinery and Kitchen Furniture I will This plant is almost new having been built awl in operatvi only about two years is thoroughly equipped with all the most nvA ern improved machinery and in complete order Also opportunity offered to thing in ray line old mill lot buy an elegant home This house is Dwelling House and Lot on Main Street with all modern improve- Â¬ - Business Fronting 77 feet by 272 feet deep This is a very desirable loratio StrMy ments It has on it two good cisterns and all necessary outbuildings such wood and coal house cabin stable crib and carriage house JOE S BRONSTON OX A aug 10 2t XSried Fruit a clean sweep without reserve The best and plenty of every TWO NEW FRAME COTTAGES containing five rooms on the S E Corner Uallk Irvine and Orn streets and Lots No- - 7 8 9 10 11 29 and 30 in the Estill addiiin One lot on Irvine street near Formans Eolkr ilill rx m t Strictly CASH Basis The best goods are close margin for cash GIYE THIS HOUSE Terms easy and made known on application and on day of sale 10t 13Ju J STOXE WALKER Trustee Your Account kept and sold on very ofs -- Was Due July i The same is made out ready to be receipted paid Money I must have so please call and settle at once and oblige Yours Truly Geo M Willging juy20 4t PA3STIC HLJ MB Bad i A TRIAL E38 jgg HB m SEEDS GRASS AND FIELD P CAltliOLL 79 V Main St ADRUFF wJ B I am simply over stocked and must reduce same Largest and most complete stock In Ce11tr1l Kentucky Our motto Best Goods aud Lowest conMstent Prices 77 SO NOTE THE PRICE Finest Embossed Gold Paper worth s and dec Lexington Ky laiyr SEED WH3S AT 1000 BUSHELS of Michigan Fultz Seed Watchmaker Wheat for sale by the and Jeweler IKit IX 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 10 cents 15 cencs reduced to Richmond Bro aug 114 Call on Covington Elevator Co 1 KA Arnold SON Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and or E FORMAN 2t 1lated ware etc Special attention given to Everything at REDUCED PRICES REMEMBER we hang your Paper on the wails at 10 cents per Bolt and on Ceilings at 15 cents per Bolt Call early in order to get choice selections as goods are bound to go quick at prices named Â¬ SETTING DIAMONDS Boarders Wanted OR Rooms to Kent I Call ou 2L AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES RBFAIRIIffG Promptly done ami In a workmanlike maimer Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver 8S7 Dont forget the place npxt door lo tiie Iost omee lUcrmoml Ky Mns T B Siieareic Shearer Houe GEO M WILLGING juivi3 tr it Your City Tax is past due If not paid by September 1st 10 per ceut will be added according to the luw R A BAILOW City Collector Office at Second National Bank augl7 tf KmcncEiMii BLUE GBASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest lioute FROit NEW GROCERY Announce to the public and especially to that large class who buy groceries that they have opened a fresh lot of ELLIS HIGGINS PUBLIC SALE property of M Barlow Richmond Ky ou valuable STAPLE PAITCY GROCERIES O Dont forget to attend the sale of the in CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO AM POINTS QueenswarCj Glassware Woodeirwre North East West and Southwest And other articles kept in a complete grocery house at their New Store on Main Street nearly opposite Figgs livery stable Ellis Iliggins is not a new firm but has been in existence fr BKTWEKN The property consists of about nearly twenty years- They invite all their old friends and a gvi Lexington and Cincinnati share of other people to call and see them New Goods fresh from the cities New House and New Prices On Main Street near tiie centerof the Schednle in Effect Feb 28th 1887 They have returned to Kichmond to soil goods and mean to sel City A line them They know how to buv and how to sell and what the peopi BRICK DWELLING aug 10 vr want CALL AND SEE THEM No R No 4 No 12 Wednesday Aug 31 1887 - Six Acres of Land witli two superior cisterns of water located near the center of a 4 acre lot filled with ornamental and fruit trees c Adjoining is a acre lot on which is located a superior Brick Steam to ill of 50 bbl capacity Com Mill a never failing supply of water The property will be sold in 14 lots and then us two lots as may prove best Sale positive at 2 P M ou the prem- Â¬ ise on a credit of 12 months SOUTH BOUND Lvc Covington Uve Kalniouth Lvc Cyiitlitauii Dully Ex Sun RrTd Dally Ex Sun 240 429 515 Dully Ifhnri 11SM iLtn SiUpm 1024 MS pm Arr rnrl Arr LpxIiikIoii- Arr Richmond- Arr ljinaistcr Arr Ilowlnnil Arr liereu Arr Ltinjstoii NOItTII BJUND 1140 ISsiill Springs TIIE TIME TO GO TO TIiIh well known summer reort now itpen for the nteptHrti of pn- f it- - wutr Tiie medical ijunliiie iinurKissel by any utlier hi tins -- te Winchester Arr lrlt le Richmond lV U IK3U 1160 pm nsa mo um 105 p m pm pm 1IS 636 715 3S K50 fc in i i 2tMpm 5 8S ang7 2t BS SARXaOW No 3 No 11 No1 -- FOR SENT- - I will rent to a good and cnreful biam zz wlncliester 215 tenant the beautiful aud comfortable Arr lan Arr 33 home recently occupied by Joe S Lve Lexington 245 p Sla um in 75V Brouston for one or a term of years Lve Purl htSi Persons desiring to rent will call upon Ive Cynthia mi 30 859 Lve Fnlmouth 18SJS 417 rxi3 or my father T S BrouBton Im Â¬ 11 Arr Covington 6 10 mediate posicsion given M -- Lvo IJvingston i90 nm Lxe liorrit Arr Ulrhinnml J 1145 73111111 Lve llOWlHIKI fdMnm IS Ive I meaner Ml 6SSG Arr Richmond lISM Lve llichmonU pm The looatiou is eoo ami tleliglilfiil As to accommodation we reff r tl Co R B Stone John AlJeH Welling ton Payne and Hon C J ISrooetuu of Lexington For further particulars address Â¬ Jamks Bkntox AND GET ONE OF HIS Jul6 If Or B H Irvine Ky CO as Sale 245 310 518 643 pm Spring Saddles CliUDE Sh1Tl 4I7 - HAVE OPENED A NEW 4 NETTIE A BltONSTON aug24 4t MAYSV1LLE NOUTH BOUND BRANCH- Hardware Store ouWest Main Street They carry a general line of pin -M No 52 No 51 Dally Dally Ex Sun Ex San 7r25 Lve HivliiKton inriYEESITY TIIE NEXT SESSION WILT OPSX- j rtriK Arr jMlllersburg rnrlMe Johiiwn Miiyxvlllc LexlhRton- - 815 8t nm 4ta 20 418 812 200 9j05 857 1035 52 70 715 Hardware Tinware Stores and Groceries They have the newest aud best swhK nnd will sell for CASH at ike lowest prlcus iayhile - SOUTH BOUND Lve Miihvllle Johnson- CarllMe Mlllon-bur- No No 54 Daily Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun On Wisikj Sept 14 J87 Pro-fej-so- ra 5s55m 747 tfclO 11SI5 1250 pnt - CoiuitjrSchool ail that can be desired NOTE Trains 3 nnd 4 nro dally between Our aim i3 to prepare boys for College Winchester Lexington and Clnclunatl other uHfiiAiHuumij exvcpi ountiay mid at the same time give a thorough Direct connection I made Winchester practical education to those who can with Chesnpenke and Ohio forat Hicrllne Mt Ashland IlQutlnstou Charleston W Vu not take Die regular course und Kitsteni ntles FAST LINK No 3 and 4 rnn via Win clicstcrSoIld Trniii wllh Pnllman Sleeping EXPENSES Cars octwecn Cincinnati nnd Richmond Va and Winchester and Wiwliliigton I c Tuition tu College Classes per term of Tlironzh Tickets and niissHun dun knl m fcwciifcjr na iu puj uuit III HUVaiCIfJi UJ any destination reached by n railroad Tuition In lrcpnrulory Dcpaitmeut for 1 nil particular address or call ou any CIhmjw per term of twenty weeks acentot the Company or S F B MORSE D A FEELY Incidental Kcc In College Xor the year P it Gen Pasr Apt Mltfili In mlvniu Trav Pawr Act Lexington Ky Incidental t Jki In Preparalory Deport EB mm for tlio year payuble In ndviircn S 00 II E HUNTINGTON A5t- - The Preparatory Department under the supervision of the Faculty will receive thu undivided attention of Irvine aud Crooks and no pains will be spared to make ilih Madison jtt Loxlnirton mns Covington 43 Jio - 7S3 ft5 216 315 ftOO 223 At bottom prices Mr Smith in a practical He also has a severnt years experience andtinner i f he do all kitiila of tin work rooting ami lull line of repairing iu the beat style at lowest rate June22 ir I0 single ana double first class ma Ire Lexington 800 842 p ni arr Paris terial and best of worlc Saddles and Harness M graduf REPAIRED NEATLY AND PROMPTLY June 22 tf In beating them all making the best BAEIOW KjyKy22 cotulogue apply to SPFor further information and L Hk BLANTON CnANCEUIOK nug21 6w Patroufzo JJ Brooks the druggist The Bonds issued in payment of sub- Â¬ scription of Madison county to LouisviHe and Kashvile Railroad due in February Covington Arnoltl Bro waut to ApriSt July and October tSS and buy 100000 buaheis of wheat for which will be paid on maturity at the Madison Iliey will pay the highest njarket price National Bank Richmond Ky June Itvcelver Illclimond General Olflco Covlugtou Ky liioflCo Ky tf Bonis HE HAS A BIG STOCK ON HAN D AXSO A tf Meal and Coal Pays highest oaslt price for JulySOtf CD CHENAULTCom WHEAT June 1 U if D Pari ih followed with re Moral Instruction iu The unfortunate individual here Oueot the most interesting under discussed formerly clerked in School the dum store of Mr T Ramsey of featuresnf the institute was a lecture by Mr H F Turner on Public this place The Institute Paper edited At an early hour Friday morning Opinion an officer nrrested 0 H Bishop by Misses Dejarnetl Frazee and wa3 rtad by Misses Frnzee and and E S Hood at Houstonville 1 for violating prohibition law Simmons The report of the Committee the in- They were tried at once before Justice on Resolutions was then read Handsome Present 1st That we the members of the MoKee Traynors Susie S won Tuttle when Bishop was acquitted but Everybody wjio attended the bril Â¬ a nice at Mnysvllle JaVt week the proof being deod miainst Hood in Madison Comity Teachers Institute n liant party at he Madison Club rooms three cases he was fined the full extent hereby tender our thanks to Prof O D Fattle will sell hid liou eliolil noticed the ilegnnt gold and wine of the law 150 He was given nil day Leonard for tho able and efficient man Â¬ and kllclien furniture to morrow portferre that separated thfe double to make a bond fur the amount but lier in which lie has conducted this In- Â¬ none of his friends would come o his stitute Geoiqe P Parker of his county hat parlors Mr Frank H Adair of this 2nd That we tender thanks to nur rescue and at noon Saturday Deputy been added to the restnrntlpnnnd In place and his sister Miss Julia Adair orQarlNc are the donors and a right Jim Cook delivered him to Jailer Superintendent Mrs- A T Million crease uettelou list royal present it is for which the Club Owens aud the heavy doors of the fur the kind manner iu wnich she has Richla W Parke will sell ills farm extendi a vote of profound thanks prison shut him horn the world anil treated each and every member of the nnd olher properly near Eliislon on its temptations to violate the law Institute 3rd That we tender our thanks to live 15th of September Elliott Institute This is pretty severe medicine but we Miss Mattie Peyton and Mr Wallace hope it will be given to every man This school located at Kirksville There was a special train last Sun Â¬ will open on next Monday with Elder caught in the nefarious business If Owen for their efficient services as day to camp meeting at Paris and M Elliott as Principal Prof E W Mr Hood has not lost all self respect Secretaries 4th That we tender our thanks to there will be auotner next Sunday he must feel very keenly the disgrace Hopkins of Eminence educated at he has brought on himself It is to lie the members of the Presbyterian Kentucky University will havecharge Mks Neltie Brontoii wishes to rent of the Intermediate Department hoped that the example will deter church for the use of their house during SCOURING- - OUT OLD SHOE GL OT out her very desirable residence on Prof X D Laughliu a graduateand the Institute others from following his footsteps of 5th That we tender our thanks o Third street Seeadverti ement Stanford Journal College Ohio charge of the Hiram Primary Mis Minnie L Elliott A friend of Mr Hood at this place Dr H W Bright Messrs A J Reed OF1 The Richmond liievator Company daughter of the Principal is teacher of tells us nu entirely different version of J A Sullivan S D Parrish H F liave 1000 bushels of Michigan seed music and Miss Mamie McCann of the affair In the first place Mr Turner and others for their most in- Â¬ wheat for Mile See advertisement Hood was not given a day iu which to teresting aud Instructive addresses de- Â¬ Uncjunuti odueated in Europe is secure bondsmen teaeher of art If this bad been the livered before the members of this In- Â¬ The finebt tomato we have seen this we have been informed that there stitute case In Arnolds Building next door to Stouffers year was grown by B Dudley Miller Gth That we tender our thanks to were a number of Stanford and Huston liner Improvement Weight 1J pounds The flavor was ville physicians among the number Miss Aim ie Frazee for furnishing the The annual reiort ot MaJ Amos flue tlie very ones who had given he pre- Â¬ music for the Institute Stlckney Corps of Eugineers upon The institute then adjourned scriptions on which account lie was Mr George V Bdlew Sr now In the river mid harbor works under his arrested who woultl have gone on his Miss Mattik Pkyton l Secretaries the S7th year of his ag Is dangerously charge has just been received at the WAUACF Owns bond or if iu no other way could m m War Department He snys that con Â¬ feick at his home near Itogersville title have made his bondsmen secure by siderable work not endangering navi Â¬ OBITUARY county means of his drug store He could gation is required on the five locks and Smyrna Mr Will Simpson must now own up Whether it was Itip Van Winkle or dams on the Kentucky river during that at last he is irrevocably caught have either done this or have tele- Â¬ Leila Bush Tevi s wife of Hon Wm graphed his father at this place who the Wandering Jew who came next year and to repair the locks nnd Miss Keltic M Robertson having could have undoubtedly reached him T Tevis died alter a brief illness at dams and extend slack water naviga- Â¬ through Richmond Sunday afternoon for worse on within a days time Mr Hood has the re idence of her husband iu Ricii- Â¬ tion for a draught of six feet by the secured him for better is the question the 14th hist at Jamestown New of course not lost nil self respect and mond Ky at 4 oclock A M Augist construction of additional locks at York TO SUM- Â¬ certainly does not feel a pleasure in 2nd 1S87 aged twenly threo years its Nettie Broustoti bought lie Beatlyvillc will require the expendi- Â¬ leaving nu infant daughter which she One of the enterprising livery men being jailed Lancaster News 3011 OF MER GOODS IN handsome residence of her brother ture of 500000 during the next fiscal lias spruced up noticeably lately anil had named Lucy J three days old to Judge J S Bronstuu at public sale on jear MADISON COUNTY TEACHERS INSTI- Â¬ bless her memory and console her is frequently seen hiding his face be- Â¬ last Saturday Pilce 53250 TUTE husbatd and loved one Her funeral hind a dainty folding fan while his Hotel Monroe aii3T services at the First Presbyterian rosy blushes glint down his golden Chicago July 29ihlSS7 With eleven churches and two opera AUCJ 10 TUESDAY Church of Richmond of which she was face be Â¬ mustaches for theres another Iron es in Richmond the Court house Editor Uwmax hind that airy screen What shall the The Teachers Institute met in the a devoted member conducted by Rev lias lobe wswi for preaching Give lis The 1uiublaj TJigitre Company harvest be basement of the Presbyterian Church H Glass were attended by a large more churclies or fewer praohei lake pleasure iu announcing the open Â¬ number of relatives aud fifend and Tuesday morning Girls did you see Mr SIiiiiPh tan Â¬ Richmond Ky ing of the Hotel Mbnroe Monroe and dem team yesterday evening He August 10 1S87 with thirty five teach- Â¬ her remains wen interred in the fam- Â¬ Phelpi and Smith Collins bons of Dearborn Streets on Monday August had a man iu riding with him loo ers in attendance After the organiza- Â¬ ily lot of her liu b iikI hi Richmonds 3Ir Win J Collin saw twenty eight 16th This Hotel will be conducted on The perfect idea The above fell tion enrollment of teachers and music beautiful cemetery Leila is dead white cranes in one flock while hunt the Euroetiu plan gently upon the ear of our scribe yes Â¬ an essay was read by Mr L Z Taylor Sorrow has entered u happy Iioine Every room will have elect ric bell terday evening as the events of the on that subject which interests us all As these sad words ring through our ins on Otter Creek one day hirt week and direct communication with the day were being di cussed by a bevy of An Institute Prof C A Leonard ears it is hard to realize that in the Messrs Dunn Curtis have Iwught office through speaking tubes beauties on om of our popular friends conductor of the Institute then gave a happy home blessed by her bright aud of W C FIMi the Harris jack and The best beds that money can provide piuzu loyiug presence her bright and cheer- Â¬ How is that John talk on the Objects of Institutes paid for him SS00 This is a big price will l furnished Passenger elevator after u Inch an adjournment was made ful voice ami form shall be heard and Ei cuing Parties lor a JHck but not for the Harris jack heat iu every room and all modem for dinner The afternoon session seen no more but shall be missed so conveniences On Thursday evening of last week opened with n Lecture on the History much by those who loved her But one AN OPPORTUNITY TIIAT PRESENTS ITSELF Ool D W Tribble has a riok of cord Everything eutirely new Miss Mary B Harris entertained in her of Education by Prof Leonard who short yearn wife idolized by her hu wood even a mile long near Silver ONLY ONCE IN A LIFE TIME For rates and other particulars ad Usual charming way at Blythewood Â¬ traced with conciseness the rwgiess of baud peculiarly happy iu tho unCreek Af to whether he wood sell dress hi honor of Miss Lucy Siniins of Pari Me- Â¬ reserved love and allection of his chil Â¬ education through the Ancient it we cannot My that he wood or wood Daxiki Siiriuv Manager Ihe spacious rooms the long verandas diaeval aud Modern ages up to the dren to whom she had become a not and extensive grounds at Blithe a ood The discussion iu Pen Â¬ second and loving mother she has present day 31 r J on os are peculiarly adopted to entertain- Â¬ manship came next in order by Prof been taken from him and them and S D Pirri h bought the Todd place Concerning the Democratic Repre ments especially iu summer allordiug CJRoberts and others followed by her own babe hi the prime of her youth out on the Big Hill turnpike and swap Â¬ sentative elect from Jessamine county the guests an abundance of room and a talk from Prof Leonard as to How aud beauty when she was jut euter ped it to Lyman PnrrWi for a small the Journal says Mi5 fresh air Harriss paities are to Teach Composition and the Expres- Â¬ iug upon the arena of a happy and larm down on Oiler Creek at mouth of useful life with every earthly promise Mr Jones one of a family of ten uniformly brilliant aud this lust one sion of Thought to Young Children Stony Run children wa- born iu Madison county wasi no exception A delightful lunch The Institute then adjourned fur the Of a long life of happiness and useful- Â¬ ness before her She was a true faith- Â¬ Auk 0th I860 Ho removed to this a baud of music and dancing were day J Mr W French and daughter county at the age often with his father features of the evening A good num Â¬ ful trustful christian from her child Â¬ AUG 17 WEDKKSDAY Mist Tda went to Blue Lick Springs Thos Jones whrf now lives at East ber of visitors and home belles aud up accomplished beautiful On Wednesday morning after roll hood last week In getting oft the omnibus Hickman At the age of 18 he was beaux were present and all went home graceful always ready t discharge and reading of the minutes Prof Mr French fell struck the buck of bit grailuated from the High school in much happier for having been present call Leonard gave some very beneficial every duty incumbent upon her iu head and was piiufully hurt Luwreueeburg He then went to the On Wednesday evening Mrs C D instructions iu Teaching the Proper- Â¬ every relation in life in such a cheer- Â¬ UL Kentucky University iu Lexington Clienault entertained iu honor of her ties of Numbers after which Prof ful loving manner ltd to merit and win tfff Will open in a few days a line of NEW FALL JACKETS Mr Thomas E Bald win and family where he remained two years Iu the guests Miss Sarah Holt daughter of Sectestof Pleasureville Normal School the love nnd admiration of all who c Come and see them will remove to Richmond next week winter of 1882 lie wus graduated from Judge Holt of the Superior Court and talked on The Study of a Reading knew her How such a one will lie and occupy Mr W R Letchers place Commercial College in Lexington Mi s Callie Chtuault daughter of Mr Lesson August 21- - tf The next thing on the pro- Â¬ mised and mourned by her parents f Julys If Isi n S3 A b DC in the southern part of the town Mr Always ambitious and industrious Mr Wm O Clienault of this county Hie gramme was an essay by Misj Nannie and brothers ami sisters and relatives Baldwin will continue to run his farm Jones has made a success of everything guests were principally visitors in Rich Â¬ Harcourt subject The Advantages who survive her and how such a wife he undertook He has been a farpier mond and the elegant double parlors to the World from the Art of Painting aud such a mother will be misled and wounded hearts alone can Six centlemen whne given names n trader and until recently for four were ooinfmtahly filled The lunch followed by Prof Leonard who ex- Â¬ mourned but her life full of were John happened in front of the years he has can led on an exten ive gro was deliglitlul and dancing claimed a plained briefly the Best Methods of tell or realize loving kindness aud good deeds should NatHnial Bank anil nobody else cery and tobacco manufacturing busi- Â¬ large share of the evening The chief Teaching Spelling Putt Prof S A Kirk yas present Ah one of them walked ness feature was a pretty song by Kit a man came next in order with instruc- Â¬ be regarded and remembered as a away John Smith came up daughter of the tions as to How to Teach Common saintly benediction to them a bright petite hostess I00P Fractions Prof Secrest then conclud light shining from the lieaienly shore SPEED SMITH that Maupin have shipped more Das before neat invitations had ed his remarks on Reading by giving And witli the eye ofsee faith which Bales The members of the Somerset Lodge they can her an angle RICHMOND KY than one hundred cars of stock to Cin- Â¬ No 288 L O O F were highly favor- Â¬ been issued for a pArty on Friday us the Best Methods of Conducting a washers thai the beautiful Recitation in Reading after which wailing to welcome them to gone cinnati since last April and the aver- Â¬ ed on last Saturday night with a visit night at Maplewocul Hells rents or exchanges ail kinds of heavenly home to which she has Real Estate on reasonable terms nnd age jHirehase price lias been about 750 by A J Reed D D G M or the country home of Miss Mamie Baldwin Prof Leonard instructed us How to where she and they may dwell represents liirt cliisij Fire and Life In- Â¬ Music or a total of 75000 for the season so Grand Lodge State of Kentucky who complimentary to Miss Jessie Williams Teach Geography by Outlines surance Companies B forever far delivered an eloquent lecture replete of Cuthiaua The evening wns an and adjournment for dinner then fol- Â¬ Offlee in J C liters Clothing Store Since the writing of the above tribute Â¬ with the principles of this grand order entirely pleasant one aud the attend- lowed The afternoon session opened the little bab bus been called to jime22 tf Natural gas was struck at a point be Â¬ and he also gave a clear elucidation of ance was large Tho veranda the with the Query Box and u talk by Prof away with her tween Waco and Kentucky River the unwritten work all of which was halls the parlor and the drawiimroom Leonard as to How to Teach U S join its mother and laid In her new made grave were tilled and a happier time was History Ui while boring for nil some years ago listened to with wrapt attention by the An exercise in Current D When the immaculate History was also given by the con- Â¬ and for a time afterwards would blaze members present at the conclusion of never had DRIP ROCK up eight or ten feet high when lighted which the Lodge tendered a unani- lace portierre was drawn a beautifully ductor An essay was then read by -- UEAIKIl IN FJNE- vJACKSON COUNT decorated dining room was disclosed Miss Hatlie March subject Purity mous vote of thanks for the treat u liicli was a of Thought Hughes Bronston sou of Charles J was to richly enjoyed An election of On the large table iu the centre after which Dr H IWn totlie wife of J T Alcorn a Bconston of Lexington was kioked in olliceis was held for the ensuing term miniature artificial lake banked witli W Bright gave a brief but interesting tile face by a suckling mule last Week which was duly Installed by D D G flowers and a pyramid of flowers iu the lecture on Physiology and proved by girl Linda On the tete-a-tetables experiment that Electricity and Nerve while at the home of Mr Cooper near M Reed and the enthusiasm kindled middle Died Aug 7tli 1SS7 of caucer of tho Donerail It was at first supposed tho by thWj wprthy officers visit will not around the room were cards bearing a Force were separate and distinct breast James Cox Mr Cox suUercd jaw was broken built is a bad huit be allowed to waue Somerset Bepub butonuiere theiiame of the guest who Prof Leonard next talked to us on the with the cancer for over three years Tills powder never vnrles A marvel of was to wear it and the word souv Â¬ Care of tiie Health The programme nnd death wus u great relief any way purity strength anil wholcsomeness More llcau ecoimnlcal than the onllnary kinds anil The supper was a choice one for the day closed witli music aud the enir cannot Iwwlil In comDetltloii with the mul Â¬ Mrs John P Kelley and hw sons titudes of low text tthnrlwelgh l alum or phosand charmingly served by the skillful Query Box A W Cushman who came here Mr phate powders Sold Ofly In cans RoYAI been sick with Walloped Again Turner and John have hands of Mrs TE Baldwin Mrs Sam Powbeu THUBSDAY AUG 18 from South Carolina a few months c Baking 22 tf Co- - 106 Wall StN Y fever but are convalescing- R D Anthony Lackey The sjioojing of Miss Lucy Gilbert Mise ago and has occupied the cottage on Jnue opened on Thursday The Institute There is rpjolcing over the railroad the corner of Main Street and Tales editor of the Leavenworth Times by Wagers and Baldwin Mrs John Mc witli Reading and Prayer by Dr Bar- Â¬ elt c ion iu Eslillaiid more over S B Street RichmondKy decided to return William W Emory a colored man Roberls ofStaudford and Mrs Dennis Creek Avenue has -I WILL- and the subse- Â¬ of Louisiana Miss Mamie Baldwin bour After roll call and reading of liucuiier success as Governor jimp 22 tf to S mill Carol ina He made a good native of Richmond the mluutes a poem The First Set Â¬ killing of Embry by another assisted by Miss Bella Harber was ever c citizen and was pleased but his wife quent Mr 1 R Phillips representing the party will be recalled by many here- Â¬ watchful in seeing that everybody met tlers Story was read by Miss Mattie became dissatisfied Co m well known house of Uiirter Uro PMnupoifUTRno abouts Anthony is a brother of Susan everybody else and that nobody Peyton followed by Prof Leonard CHICKEN of Louisville Vas in town a few days uiJJMfliiooiuiifia o B Anthony of Womans Rights fame for anything As at the other who gave a Select Paper on Brain wanted Meeting Dr W T Sexsmilhj qMhe Prof C J ago and gets walloped periodically Gen parlies duueiug claimed a good share Forcing hi Childhood Foxtowu neighborhood on the street OF DESIRABLE UrS Cholera Cure James C Stone formerly of lliii place of the evening Besides Miss Williams Roberts and others then discussed tine day last week he Informed UrTlhat was Mental Arithmetic after which Prof PERKINS the first man to whip Anthony were Miss Stella Clienault Miss Jennie although he returned from Kansas was during the war and since Fox Miss Lilian Samuels Mt Sterling Leonard instructed us as to the Best several mouths ago and resumed the that everybody iu and around Miss Mattie Lester Washington Miss Method of Grading Country Schools Rev Milton Elliott preached to a practice of medicine at bis former that time Leavenworth who wants to whip Sarali Holt Frankfort Miss Mary Mc Miss Tillie Adams came next in order large and attentive crowd last Sunday yet some of his old patrons had home somebody straightway pitches into Kiuuey Stanford Miss Jessie Atkin- Â¬ with some very interesting instructions at Autioch church on Tates Creek not heard of bis return So much for Anthony and mops up the earth witli son Lexington Mo Miss Bessie Mil- Â¬ on Geography The final and best ex- Â¬ Protracted meeting begins at Bethel not advertising in the Climax His CasMus M Clay PlaintitT J Notice of ercise of the moruing session was a Christian church Sunday seems to have fact Sale cinl appears this week iu another him Iu to Anthonyunless somebody ler Miss Mattie McDowell Miss Miu lecture on Physiology by Outlines vs it and gotten used vn Phelps Miss Bettie Arnold Miss A nice rain lias refreshened every- Â¬ Pauline G Rodes HYsUerts InEquity column illustrated with the anatomical chait knocks him down once or twice a Minnie Letcher Miss Callie Clienault considerably of judgment nnd The afternoon ses- Â¬ thing month he is unhappy Last week he Miss Delia Ramsey hli a Maggie Clien Â¬ by Pi of Leonard Wheat BY virtuethe aMaditon Circuit order of Couit of The tobacco crop what little there of the city ault Miss Ollie Gregory Miss Alice sion opened with music and the Query criticised Billy Bond Chicago 60 cents Baltimore rsf rendered at the March term thereof 18S7 using suoh epithets as double Bioustou Miss Mary Burnam Miss Box followed by a talk on School is looks Hue considering the diouth council in the above styled cause the undersigned a vicious dog distilled scoundrel Lila Clienault Miss Maggie Ray Government by Prof Leonard An LnstSaturday niglif Frank Parrish will on Tobacco a snake which he warmed into life burn Miss Mary Rice Miss Bessie essay was then read by Miss Tillie nnd Arthur Madden tried to force their In Louisville Burley Irash 596 an iugrate to be dispised because lie Rayburu Miss Annie Clienault Miss Adiins subject Teaching Temper-Â¬ way into Willie Richardsons house Sept-- 1st 1SS7 good lugs 017 medium Iug Prof aud a Mariawillie Smith is coarse brutal and cowardly Besides n large ance In tho Public Schools which resulted iu Richardson shooting Thousands of dollars worth of lugs io12fr common leaf 1213 Thereupon Bond got n cow number of home gentlenien there were Roberts next gave a talk on Teaching Madden with a shot gun the shot about the hour of eleven oclock AM Â¬ chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ skunk premises in Madison county Kengood leaf medium leaf 14317 after which taking eiiect in the lmnd while Par on the Elementary Grammar ItTde met Anthony on the streets aud Mr Johnson and Mr Ljcurgus Broad tucky about one mile south of Richmond era It is more fatal to chickens than selections 2427 Por Leonard read some humorous se- Â¬ riMi skeedaddled Richardson has got on Big Hill turnpike proceed to expose to all other diseases combined But the proceeded quiolly though seriously to dus of South Carolina lections from Mark Twain on English out a writ for Parrish public sale to the highest bidder the fol- Â¬ discovery of a remedy that Jwsifoefy Hthrash him lowing described property viz A RESI- Â¬ cures has been made and to be con- Â¬ The Gas Well as She is Taught Prof E P Benton ESTILL SPRINGS it Mii s Bell Hunt is holding protruded DENCE and feet has next gave a brief talk on How to The depth of seven hundred vinced of its efficacy only requires a An Honor Mrs N H Trimble and daughter Teach Measurement meeting at Lands Chapel iu Fayette A resolution been reached aud boring continues at trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for Montgomery Ball Club The Marguerite of Mt Sterling ColT S regarding an amendment to the Com Â¬ county a rapid rnte A pocket of swamp gas composed one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ of the young men of that Moberley and wife Master Nevile and mon School Law was put before the anteed If after using two thirds of was struck one day last week Thejj county will give nn elaborate ball to- Â¬ Mies Geneva Dr A W Smith wife house by Prof Benton answered by a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly men employed do more work inless morrow night In Mt Sterling to the and Master Elliott Poo Smith and his Mr It is one of the satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken known as Woodland J A Sullivan After some discuss- Â¬ Remaining unclaimed iu the -time with less effort and Jess noise than young people or Mauison county vallet Joe Ltcher Capt R B Terrill ion it was rejected and the Institute most desirable and attractive homes in the Cholera return it to the undersigned any men who haye been here fcipec nt Richmond State Situated on a good tirnriike road Ihe invitations are handsomely gotten and your money will be refunded Mrs D W Klrkman Wm Uroclcmnn the circus men erected the Tilden pole up They bear a monogram M B C and Wm G White of Richmond are adjourned for the day not exceeding one mile from Richmond Barali Uivwn S 1 uroustou here 11ml Lnnn The house is Uree and well built The Jack okc 19 FKIDAY AUG and around it are the letters M C and Mr Waller Quissenberry aud Mr Millie MnuplU 2 Cornell Chennult I land is rich and productive and lies well Not Music Mary Miller R S C which bland fur MadisuD Club Gibson Taylor of Clark couuty aud some of it situated not more man nan The Iustltute opened on Friday Millie Uimbell William Miller O M Campbell The latest music received Js a song and Richmond Social Club Also the R E Smith of Louisville are also here morning with Reading and Prayer by Mm Annie Church The land is sus mile from city limits Kkoot MomlnK Moore Fannie Author Pavldfcon ceptible ot division into three or more and chorus written and composed by motto of Kentucky United we stand Dick Owens Prof Leonard An interesting talk on F V Fflgln Messrs E E Mitchell W T AI parts upon which suburban houses might Mrs Marsrcc Parrish Kdwnrrt t Francis that noied author Will 8 Hays It is divided we full with the State design Some Boys and Girls I hnve Taught Maggie Iurtces be buUt and will be offered in parcels and Kvn Harrix Rogers Tuley and around it the wnrdsMontgome y verson and Edgar Parley came up on was also given in by the conductor May Slcgon Steinway Sons entitled Minnie Turner J V Holnday also as a whole AVTSeaton bicycles Saturday night making the Fannie lye Hunt Co publishers Louisville Tho Invitation reads Madison The tract nearest Richmond and frontAlexander Stone next thing on the programme was Claray Ilyntt Hazleton Bros re- Â¬ The HanryTodd ing 418 yards on the pike contains 60 Nnnnle You are cordially invited to attend a run In two and n half hour and Thered no one like Mother to me an excellent discussion of the Duties Charley Irvine J nine Jtle Walker 2 acres turned Sunday evening Christie is a new song by Charles Ai Davis anil ball giveu by the Montgomery Ball Manda Walker Obligations aud Requisites of a good J M Johnson The home tract with residence front- Â¬ Roger Lavln U M niAckburn Miss Cora Sawyers of Barbonrsville Co published by J C Groene New England Club on Thursday evening August Harriett Melton ing 836 yards on pike contains 6i acres Trustee engaged In by Maj A J MlhSH Italian A J Million Cincinnati The residue fronts 675 yards on pike 25th 18S7 in honor of Hie young peo- Â¬ Miss Cora Pigg and Messrs G O Iteed nnd others Mr J A Sullivan M1 Mattie Brown Bettie Rode Daniel Carter and other Pianos and contains 100 acres Pigg spent Sunday gave K A Hoche Mmllsoii Ciirnes ple of Madison county C Cyrus Tur-Â¬ Prnncis and the members of the Institute Charluv Cobb Harry SintuM For further description see survey and H1IIH President T J Bigstaff Dr B here ner A aingsie Found Dead some profitable suggestions iu regard fjird Kindles plot on file in this case Chicago Cottage Organs Tail Judge J E Cooper and family W to the Law providing for the monthly I H mill Line UamDlironLcMle Turner Sale will be made on a credit TERMS MrxJwcpli HeatbmmiEdnu RV Whitlock iv merchant at D Bosworjli committea This is a of sis end tweh c months The purchaser unprecedented jjeweuer Alien yyuiiis T Havens and family both of Mt payment of the teachers salaries tiuninan also Htore Round Hill near Kirksville com splendid compliment will tc required to give bond vitbap by so far ns we know and was brought Sterling were here the first week iu spoke of the progress of Education in i mitted suicide on last Thursday proved security for the payment of nhe iUSOS AND ORGANS FOR RENT royal treatment received August Madison county after which the Insti- Â¬ The attention of all poultry raisers Is purchase money to haye the force and efHad been drink Â¬ forth by tho Rent applied as part payment taking morphine He interest ing considerably of late and had fald by the numerous Montgomery countyj The water is just as refreshing the tute adjourned for dinner The first directed to the advertisement of the fect or a judgmen- bearing legal reserved Write Fost Prices andTerms from the day of sale with a lien lliat he meant to take his life He was young people who were present at be ried chicken just as brown and crip exercise of the afternoon session was a big rooster It tells of Qnnters Chicken upon said property until all the purchase LUKE U MrMVARDr large nnd the wnlks talks c just as of old talk by Prof Leonard as to How to Cholera Cure which is sold on the money paid f uud dead is in his bed and had Riciimond Fair We hear that a 8 and 10 W Main St Lejungton Ky TA3 R BURNAM plan by Stockton JUr Win Willis More visitors here this year than Teach Grammar evidently died In convulsions He was party will go over to Mt Sterling from june 29 tf MCMC une 00 f aug 10 4w this place to morrow then gave the Institute brief address Wilis for several years past about 50 years old and married H Rccenly5Capt Sam H Stone fold a lot r lambs n Bales Maupin They Mild one of he number n March lamb to SqyJroJennhig It was weighed Man shot on Tates Creek See Per last week nnn pulled down a clear mi liins items Jmndred and dirty live pounds Miss jfluoyjGilbert sold one to same parties Governors ball at Crab Orchard mac weighed 131 pounds- - J Friday night r ff j - THE 0DJM3MX WEDNESDAY AUGUST j47 wy Lambs Central University Run In Mr R J This school will open Monday September 5th witli the subjoined faculty Letters and College of Philosophy Science J V Logan D D President and Synods Professor of Ethics aud Evidences and Professor of Psychology and Logic L G Barbour D D Walters Professor of Mathematics M Willson Gr ek WM A Language and Literature O A Ken Â¬ nedy B S Chemistry and Geology J T Akers Ph D English and E R CarichofT Modern Languages A Wilkes M A Latin Language Smith D D S M D Lecturer on Physiology R Tate Irvine A B Head of Pieparatnry and Adjunct Professor of Mathematics nnd English C G Crooks B with two assistant A Tutor in Hebrew Mr Kennedy is a graduate of the class of S4 nnd for two years was Professor of Chemistry and Geology In Rugby School of Louisville then one year in Hospital College of Medicine making a great success of the work He occupies the chair of chemistry only temporarily 9 Silvery Slnsh People about Richmond and espe- Â¬ cially those acquainted at the Garuett House two or three years ago will recognize one of the names iu the sub Â¬ joined cholera producing paragraphs from the Jacksonville Florida Times Union which we clip from the Cin- Â¬ cinnati Euquirerof lust Sunday We return thanks to Mrs D P Smith for some luscious pineapples The fruit was sent her by her hand Â¬ some son D Perkins-- Smith of Kew Â¬ Â¬ marksion W THE m i n TO - TJ jVEIVCEIR THE PRICES I IN RICHMOND SWEEPING REDUCTIONS thFpalace GOODS HOUSE MID DRY SCRUBBING OFF THE VALUE Closing Out the Old to Make Room for the New at F ngwgfaiji J3Lt SkxqPph Clothing House sTiEinsrcs OODS s ij MM LOUISVILLE STORE 1 EVERYTHING THAT PERTAINS THE WAY Largest Store Largest Stock Lowest Prices BRIT BOOTS SHOES HATS CAPS IMAGES call and con Â¬ Will he pleased to have vince yourself that GOODS can he bought as cheap as in cit as vciy few are able to compete with me buying and selling for cash onlv TRUNKS CARPETS SffOTIOlffS c NOW IS YOUR CHANCE The Bargains are so GroflMLoi come early If you want some of them must have the room The price will tell at I STREWS LOUISVILLE STORE 0 u n r0 u Oj ffiffillift ffigppM Intl FiriibliL GOODS H J STRENG REAL ESTATE Â¬ INSURANCE J Ascnt Â¬ I te Whiskies Brandies Wines First 01 AND AFTER Absolutely Pure Cigars July 1 87 -- A oalb mm on if AHTEE Coiitinuc to Sell at BHCEFANL GREAT REDUCTION MY ENTIRE STOCK OF S9j Thursday EftSF CLOTHING - l25j FOR GASH UNTIL IT IS- LETTERS 222 Acres of Land Pianos and Organs CLOSED OUT Â¬ JW HOW IS THE TIME TO FIND OUT HOW CHEAP YOU CAN BUY CLOTHING FOR THE MONEY Ee Sure and Give Me A Call if you want a Bargain Cj or o jLi jla iiijkc r FULL OF FUN NATURAL GAAT WINCHESTER KNIGHTS OF HONOR THE KENTUCKY ELECTION Amity Lodge No i K of H meets Tho Chinese High Est crrtiorwrf everly Friday evening in Odd Fellows Democrat A thinks ho doc3 a good stroke of work 1 Hall at 7 oclock The New York World 5011 alns the Mayor Garner is organizing a stock irr tw W B BENNY Dictator following interview with Mr Wtttcr- - company to boru for water mid natural when ho chops off twenty hcas CSTOFFICE Mala street two tlnors minutes James Tevis Reporter son t above Second gas at the abaudoned well of S P Kerr june22 tf The Captain of tho Moscow dTiis CHURCH DIRECTORY How is it Mr WaUerson the on Main Street This well was bored sia Bicycling Club is named KominoH reporter as kedf when there was little some seven or eight years ago by Mr but of course he has got over that C MORGAN D D S hope of a Democratic President Ken- Â¬ Kerr to get water to ruu hi large mill BAPTIST ow New JTavcn New gave 50000 Democratic majority After Khig to a depth of 831 feet with Â¬ It is hard to find anccuto- - lit a hay EfflOFFIUK Main Ktreet over Mrtdl Cane Spring Calvinist 1st Saturday tucky and now that we actually have a Dem- Â¬ out striking water Mr Kerr abandoned mow of course but it isnt a circum eon National Batik Richmond Ky and Sunday Pastor Rev Wiliam Ru juno22tf ocratic President tills Democratic ma Â¬ the enterprise pard Iu those days natural stance to what it would Txr to findm Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and jority is on by 17000 gas was hardly thought of except lu haystack in a needle Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson Ah good evening Mrs Brcwra Ir Much more attention is given the Pittsburg district and the fact that Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding result in Kentnckyitlinn it jusjly de there was a considerable flow of gas yonr card full No Mr Smytno PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble serves1 Mr Watterson replied- - It is from this well attracted tiotliiug but but my escort is and if you would Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday J OFFICE Seeonil street over Mmli would 1 so Ode Idlerurloslty Mr Kerr went so far as kindly take mo home I without Tiartlcnlarslgnificaiicc son County Drug Store jnne22f Pastor I L Lawson obliged Life much Kirksville Brick Church Saturday set of theorists seek to strain it to the to light this gas and the flow was sent tho foVi A G EVANS M D and Sunday Pastor Rev J A James conceit that it is n protest against what abundant enough to feed flame for lowinschinaman recently Pacific cjast telegram to a 2nd Saturday and Sunday In the face of these call free trade The World made several hours they Republican I shippce you two PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON and Sunday after 4th Saturday Pastor a conclusive auswer to this when it facts the well was stopped up and aban Â¬ railway official catchco pass No carload hog OFFICE Second street over Mndl- - Rev recalled the circumstances that during doned It is now proposed to renew Whattco matter AhFook son County Drug Store june22tf Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and all these years of overwhelming Dem- Â¬ the boring aud to sink the well a thous Â¬ A farmer smashed all the windows Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each DR TAYLOR Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night ocratic majorities in Kentucky the and feet deeper if necessary with in a schoolhouse becauso tho teacher Pastor Rev tariff issue was even more pronounced the double assurance that if gas is not refused to accept his attentions There Praotltiouer in Medicine and Surgery Richmond Prcdestinarian Services 2nd than it showed itself in the canvass struck iu large aud paying quantities Is no tclli g what a tender hearted RICHMOND KY Saturday and Sunday and Sunday just ended Another set of thorists water will be aud the latter will pay a man wont do when ho is thoroughly OFFICE Hecoml street over Mniti Pastor Rev E H Burnam 4th would ascribe tiic falling oft iu the handsome dividend on the investment grieved on County Drug Store june22tf Siher Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday vote to a feeling of difsatlsfactlon with It is our opinion based on geological A recent copy of a German milling Pastor Rev B S Hunting the President This Is equally uu research that before live hundred feet paper contains the following advertise Â¬ Â¬ Union 1st Saturday and following Sunerror witli the other The Kentucky are bored an abundant flow of gas will ment Will sell or rent my windmill MAIN STREET day Pastor Rev John G Pond A respectable man can Viney Fork 4th Saturday and Sunday Democrats discharged their displeasure be secured If so the projectors will at Tcrschnow Next Door to Luzons Up Stairs Pastor Rev J A James with the President of their State con- Â¬ have struct a stupendous fortune and get mill by marrying ray daughter june22tf Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sun- vention and platform resolution and Winchester will have made another Fran Hoffman day Pastor Rev A dude in D in vcr is oner who bangs having done this as a matter of jus- Â¬ louge stride towards being a great DR Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ tice to themselves they thought little city his hair a la burro wears a sombrerc Offers his professional services to the vices 3rd Saturday and following Sunday on the back of his head is seltlom public in each month at 1 1 oclock A M and more about it In a general way they without a toothpick In his month and Office same as Bennetts lmv office like the President well enough es also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor KIRKSVILLE takes Ins whisky liko ho docs nts tola upstairs over Herudons drug More Elder M Campbell pecinlly what they conceive I1I3 inten- Â¬ corner of Mam and Second streets without any water The Earth tions I dont think directly the Ad Â¬ juiy27 ly CATHOLIC Richmond Ky Francoisc why We wout say VHowdy luck to Madame toMiid lost us litany if any Richmond Services 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ ministration because It is so late Dut to tne do you clean my boots with my tooth- Â¬ C AMBROSE votes It simply made us none It you Pastor Rev Father days 10 A M Madame Maid to Madame parts well given little brush would be perhaps fairer to say that it folks of other Haley of news and olds and hots and the fact is the other brushes are so bait cut little figure either way FORD KY large and tho mhdames boots are so DISCIPLES OF CHRIST To what then do you ascribe the colds and things of chance aud fate small London Globe Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the afSir Humphrey Martin lately moved Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding loss Boards at Mr J C Lickey ternoon Speaking about tho arlist who Saturday Pastor Elder J C Walden with his wife and children four aud june 22 tf To a variety of causes ForniTuiy occupies painted fruit so naturally that the PastorEld J W Harding 5U1 Sunday neat Locust Grove Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ years in Kentucky and elsewhere Y T SEXSMITll M D Miss Curry mid Miss Yautis both birds came and pecked at it said the day Pastor Elder Colicr who have no from Lancaster so they say have since fat reporter I drew a hen that was PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kirksville 2nd Sunday and preceding great masses of menbeen rpecial affinity have voting and with Humphreys folks made quite a so true to lifo that after the sage threw Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph Billew acting together 011 accuuut WHITE HALL KY of some pleasant stay But they returned on it into tho waste basket it Inid there Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sundays and single issue or pressure Peabodj Reporter Offers Ms professional services to the As these ex Wednesday last pttMic When you see a woman just itfiout ag 7 lyr preceding Saturdays B Sabbath school 10 ceptional influences are weakened town have since aud all the boys in C Heeerman A M Pastor Elder observed a solemn to step oft from a moving open horSo Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and those whom they held begin to all fust with under lips hung down J FAIN car while she is facing the rear dont Saturday preceding 3rd Sundav Pastor nway seek their natural belonging G T Burton pedagogue has gone call out to prevent her It will bo Elder L H Reynolds UNION CITY KY Commonly their first step iu this direc Richmond Services every Sunday at tion is not to vote at all Iu the South to Sulphur Well to stuff the urchin a nearly a month before the regular cir- Â¬ Oileres his professional services to over there with thiugs the sliool books cus comjs and then it will cost you 11 A M and 730 P M Sunday school the jiuMic at 930 A M Prayer meeting Wednes- the tendency works against the Demo- Â¬ tell fifty cents to go In Somerville Jour- Â¬ Aug 17 tf day evenings Office at Joe Gentry crats in the North against the Repub- Â¬ 715 Pastor Prof W I Wilmore aud Miss Spicy H nal John McClintock licans Where there is an overwhelm- Â¬ to Nicholisville did go to visit D A European earthquake sharp has N Hardin W Bright A H M D Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ ing majority theie is likely to be a Arnolds folks and others whom they discovered that tho earth is slowly ap- Â¬ day Pastor lack of friction or a laxity of organiza- Â¬ PHYSICIAN and SURGEON know Last week they went uud proaching the sun and tho moon is White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor tion This was notably in the late you may bet they havent come hack drawing near the earth Being thus RICHMOND KY Elder L H Rcj nolds Kentucky canvas The Democrats here till yet warned any body who is in the way OFFICE Second street over Madi Â¬ EPISCOPAL were on dress parade The Republi- Â¬ is hurt when either collision oc-Â¬ son County Drug Store Big Tom Arnold Sunday last slip Â¬ and Richmond Protestant Services every cans felt that deprived of Federal curs will have nobody but himself to ped down here from town and stole blame Boston Transcript I want it distinctly understood that I Sunday at 11 A M and at S P M am the only one In Richmond that un- Â¬ during the summer months Friday at S offices it was a ground hog case a march on several boys gallanting No Pass No ride thought they might catch a girls around They derstands the thorough use of the P M Pastor Rev W Y Sheppard It might be safe and Nomoretwlxt rails of Iron laid Microscope ami Chemistry as applied weasel asleep and they very nearly save a ride to stay at home aud soak Oer field and moor and tallow METHODIST to examinations of tissued and fluid did Anemones will bloom and fade his hide of the human body I only mention And daisies white and yellow College Hill Centenary M E 1st 50 you acquit the President of this for honest protection My signa- Â¬ Sunday morning and Mrs Elkiu of Louisville is at her No mo e between the ties will grow mornture will be attached to eadi examina Â¬ ing and night Prayer4th Sunday any responsibility for the Democratic fathers home and Mrs S L Jones The weeds and tangled grasses meeting rvery al23mchly Theyll all be dead all trodden low tion ternate Wednesday night Sunc y school decline toOweiisborough gone last week By people without passes every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F Chicacjo Tribune I think that the supercilious be- Â¬ A few who went to the Stanford G rider havior of some of the heads of the fair youll find in the list below Yes business is Eastern Man College Hill M E South 2nd SunBake Walker Simmons Ben and very brisk out my way Western At Law day morning and night Prayer meeting Government at Washington and a Man You refer to real estate of every alternate Wednesday night Sun- certain indifference in the relation of Walker blow RICHMOND KY Well In my town wo ex- Â¬ day school every Sunday morning Pas- the Administration to the parly have Of Course hell see without a light course Special attention civen to abstracting tor Eld D II Mammon produced a lassitude iu Democratic that this was said to make rhyme pect to build one thousand houses this laiHls in Eastern Kentucky titles to Kirksville Pastor Rev S W Pecples parly spirit everywhere Thats nothing Why in This lias right mid will not deign the maxim summer Offiee in Climax building SE Pastor doubtless had an Providence every Sunday unconscious effect in show truth is right whereere you my town there is one lot in tho business Corner Mala and Second Streets up section that has already been bought Rev II B Cockrell stairs June 22 tf Kentucky But I do not think it has go T S Hagati William Prewitt and sold one thousand times Richmond South Services every SunOmaha day at 11 A M and 7 P M PastorRcv gone the length of a purposed protest and daughter Ida too Tom Walker World BURNAM agaiust the President who is regarded well I guess by that youll find the W E Arnold Mrs Blank Is generally of a very with n kind of complacent good humor list istliruuuh PRESBYTERIAN amiable disposition but sho said a hot- Â¬ Now if youll freely grant the space ter thing the other day She express- Â¬ Bethel Meeting House 2nd and 5th as a well meaning and obstinate favor- Â¬ RICHMOND KENTUCKY Sundays ite of fortune who caies very little Ill take a Hue Oh lu to tell the ed the awful wish that Bridget might Formans Chapel 4th Sunday A R Bur OFFICE with t F happens so it dosent happen to Heralds Foxtowu man Id like to one day be well enough off to hire a Kirksville 1st and 3rd Sundays Pastor what June 22 It nam on First Street him buss his jaw Fierce darts we at each servant herself The poor girl was RevWm Crow Richmond South Services every Sunother flung when Hog Wash was at quite broken down and cried like a How do you mcau A SULLIVAN P M Prayer day 11 A M and 7 Just exactly what I say You par perhaps some wounds we both baby Boston Transcript meeting every Wednesday night Pastor Little Peter U scvon 3 cars old will observe that in all of the Presi Â¬ received but not one left a scar Come Rev H Glass now the hatchets buried deep be Â¬ lie is very intelligent but a little Richmond North Services 11 A M dents utterauces the oue exclusive sub- Â¬ RICHMOND KENTUCKY and 3 P M Pastor ject of Interest is the administration neath the earths green face O come obstinate The other day ho persistedÂ¬ OFFICE on Fin t street same as Silver Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ yea freely give one in not saying good bye to his grandformerly occupied by County Judge days He never has a word for the Demo- Â¬ and give long and loved embrace Just oue mother and for this reason it was deÂ¬ octG ly Miller Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 1030 A cratic parly It does not seem to occur embrace but one I ask O dont refuse cided to deprive him of dessert at din- Â¬ M and 4 P M Sunday school 3 P M to Ills mind that there are any ghouls ner He thought how he could avoid S BRONSTON Pastor Rev L II Blanton D D lying in wait for the party which put it dear so much sofince my heart doth this punishment Finally when he him in the While House They are feel that thou art so near But Lang was at the table ho said Mother if MADISON COUNTY DIRECTORY only lying in wait for him It is at ford if thou failist to come Ill know I did not say good bye tograndmothor RICHMOND KY him not at the party that the wolves thy love so great that thou didst start it is becauso I was too overcome at her CIRCUIT CO URT Office on Second Mreet next door to Then ho added with a and the panther are howling All but overcome down on a rock hath departure Judge J R Morton June 22 if Garnett House aud thy clear voice rings on the triumphant nir Now I can haTe Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brons his complaints are those of an individ- Â¬ sate 2f Y Ledger Hurrah for Buckuer he got sonic dessert cant I air ton ual not of a party leader 1 am some- Â¬ SCOTT Master Commissioner J R Burnam times led to suppose that lie is still there Clerk W H Miller THROWING THE SLIPPER afraid ol the p9rly that elected him COMMON TLEAS COURT President and that considering him KY RICHMOND HENRY CLAYS FAMILY Origin or a WeUcIlnfr Cuitom That Has In Judge T J Scott t elf as he Is t o often told by the Mug Â¬ Office on Second Street June 22 tf Tailed Maur Lands Master Commissioner S E Scott wumps stronger than the party he Throwing an old slipper after a brido Clerk W H Miller Referring to John Clay who recent CS purposely keeps it in the background and bridegroom when starting on thoir TIME OK HOLDING COMMON TLEAS COURT To my mind this is both dangerous ly died ut Lexington an exchange honeymoon is supposed to have taken First Monday in January 1st Monday its origin from a Jewish custom and and ungrateful because the party and says in June and 3rd Monday in October RICHMOND KY Mr Clay married Miss Irwin daugh Â¬ signifies the obedience of the wife as the Administration are one aud in Â¬ TIME OF HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT W- - H Russell of Missouri woll as the suprcmacyof the husband Oflice on Second Street June 22 tf separable must stand or fall together ter of Col Third Monday in March and Septem- Â¬ and as I have always regarded the about eighteen jears ago His wife A shoo is thrown for luck on other oc- Â¬ A ber casions Ben John- Â¬ reuomination of the President as inevi- Â¬ was a Catholic and Mr Clay joined son saysbesides a marriage QUARTERLY AND TIME OF HOLDING that church soon after his marriage table I want to see him pursue that Hurl after me an oil shoo COUNTY COURT They had course wMclfirill warm and stir the and died in its communion Til bo merry whatever I do Will practice in Madison and adjoining Quarterly Court fourth Monday in uo children counties and In the Court of ApjieaK It is related that many years ago when January April July and the 2nd Monday Democratic heart and fill It with the Henry Clay had fhe sons and two lotteries were permitcd tho custom of Office in Master Commissioners in October instinct of victury daughters one having married Mr Ir- Â¬ throwing a shoe taken from the left office over Circuit Clerks office County Court of Claims 2nd Monday win and the other died at Chillicotlie in July June 22 tf foot after parsoas were practiced for County Court first Monday in each O while returniug from Washington good luck This custom has existed THE DR STANDIFORD TROUHLE month tu a stage coach aud is buried there in Norfolk and other counties from LOCAL DIRECTORY HOLDING CITY COURT TIME OF Young Henry was killed by a Mexican time immemorial not only nt wed- Â¬ DIRECTORY LODGE First Saturday in every month Btiuiford Journal lance at the battle of Bueua Vista dings but on all occasions where good luck is required A cattle COUNTY OFFICERS lisville Commercial tells a while receiving a charge of the enemy dealer required his wife to Ilo MASONIC trull her He was 11 Lieutenant Colonel of cav- Â¬ County Judge J C ChenaulU sensational story iu regard to the mar Â¬ Richmond Lodge No 25 meets 2nd left shoe after him when I13 started County Clerk Thomas Thorpe riage of Dr Staudiford aud Miss Scott alry Tuesday in each month ami 4th a County Attorney J A Sullivan James B as a Democrat defeated for Norwichhe to purchase his lottery J SPEED SMITH W M ofPaducalt Itbays that during jin Sheriff N B Dealherage drove off on ticket As errand B J Newlon Secretary Jailor George W Maupin amateur ierformance in that city Mur- Â¬ Roger W Hanson a Whig for Congress he looked round to see if his wife had just before the war and died shortly performed tho charm and received the Coroner Alexander Norris ray Keller the doctors Richmond R A Chapter No 16 Surveyor B F Crooke who was occupying u box with the after Hanson was killed as a Brigadier shoo in his face with such force as to meets 3rd Tuesday in each month W McPherson Assessor John W F FRANCIS H P Mrs Amanda doctor got to flirting with Miss Scott General in the Confederate service at black his cj cs Ho went and bought Supt Public Schools D P Armer Secretary Million who was one of the actresses The Stone river James was severely criti his ticket which which turned np a CITY OFFICERS doctor asked who the woman was cisedtfor teariug down his fathers old prize of six hundred pounds nnd ho NO 10 RICHMOND COMMASDERY his to the extra City Judge HC Rice smiling at aud Keller told him lie had homestead and erecting the present always attributed holuck Regular meetinp first Tuesday in each doso of shoo which got The cus- Â¬ City Attorney AJ Reed mash on her This one at Ashland on the oldite evidently made a month VMting Sir Knights are courte City Collector R A Barlow Theodore another of the boys died tom as it originally existed is dying oustv invited to attend tickled the doctors vanity and he kept City Clerk R G Dunn our for whereas our forefathers threw J SPEED SMITH up the fun He did not meet her then in the lunatic asylum where John M old shoes after tho wedding equipage CITY POLICE Eminent Commander was confined at several dlflereut times however but going home and getting we in this more luxurious age pur-Â¬ J D Feeney and J A Mcrshon D P Armer Recorder drunk he went nil the way back to chase now white satin slippers for tho CITY COUNCIL The origin of this custom purpose Paducah Jatid sc cured an introduction THE 3IAN WHO STAYED DOWN Madison Lodge No 1S3 at Kirksville Mitchell Mayor J D Ward Stone Walker may bo traced from the words In to the lady proposed was accepted aud meets Saturday evening before the full First J Over Edom will I cast Psalm cviii raoefl in every month returned to Ioulsville leaving her to Second Ward G W Evans ISoslou Travellers London Letter T E SHANKS W M out my shoe meaning thereby that inform him by telegraph the day she Third Ward Owen McKee J M Smith Secretary Just beyond Crosby Hall passing success should attend tho methods Fourth Ward J W Caperton would set for the mairiage The doc Â¬ under an arch we found Great St used to subdue the Edoniitcs It is JUSTICES OF TIIErEACECONSTABLESAND tor remained nu tiie spree and his fam Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston Helens nue of the oldest churches iu not unlikely therefore that tho super- Â¬ TLACES AND TIMES OF HOLDING ily getting wind of his intentions tried stitious custom has arisen from this meets Saturday evening before the full COURT every way to break off the match In Loudon and were well repaid for our construction of theso words All the moon in every month It is simply a square divided Year Bound FEBRUARY MAY AUGUST AND his lucid moments the doctor himself trouble MONTHS JAMES M BOEN W M NOVEMOER realized tliat lie put his foot iu it and into two aisles by massive pillars its J C Witt Secretary District No 1 D P Armer offered Jier 20000 to let him off It floor an ancient pavement of stones a Richmond Already Provided For Waco Lodge No 3S at Waco meets at Court House 3rd Wednesday Wm I was refused and the doctor continuing part of which are gravestone Hav Â¬ 4tk Saturday in every month Willis at Court House 1st Saturday ing been iu very early times connected his ppree filled up a check for 100000 D G MARTIN W M Esmcrclda Longcoflin to Birdie Mc Lyman Parrish Constable witlT a nunnery the stairs leading to Ginnis We girls are getting up a pic Â¬ W T Fielder Secretary Foxtown District No 2 G B Million and offered it to a Louisville lady to 3rd Monday Richmond marry him When the wedding day thetlonnitories lead directly into the nic at the Bee spring and wo have ohn D Hamilton Lodge No 578 at at Kings Store Buffalo school house Kanatzar in 4th arrived Dt Sluudiford went unac Â¬ church and nt one side stone gratiugs invited Gilhooly Hpstcttcr McGinnis Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every Saturday J S Chenault Constable companied to Paducah nnd was so are shown where the nuus came in to Koskiusko Murphy and several other HILL W M month JOHN Union District No 3 Aibertis Parks drunk during the ceremony that he listen to the service There are many young men to taka part in it Dont G Taylor Secretary John at Union City 1st Saturdav John A was only able to mutter Incoherently curious ancient tombs here one being you want to go along Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox Turpin at Doyiesville 2nd Saturday am engaged to a young Birdie edifice btandltig I do I doJ to everything the preach- Â¬ a very large square lllliug one of the man from I town meets 3rd Saturday in every month N Lanter Constable Houston and he might ob- Â¬ SANTKORD OLDHAM W M Elliston District No 4 Wm Benton er said The family claim that Miss nut into and about ject at Waco 2nd Saturday Jolm W QHiff friiMW nf thp ilfwfiirfa nnnditlmi aisles at that pointy Being very Jacou II Shearer Secretary Eimcrclda I didnt know that you Waco 3rd Saturday Chariest Mooresat asfmpy remarled tfhfa1a S mat peculiar we questioned its meaning wero engaged OJ course if you have Berea Lodge No 617 at Betel meets Oldham Constable and were told that it was built by a n sure thing of a husband you dont of business The widow lias noti Â¬ 1st Saturdar Wm M ADAMS W M Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at ter Bancroft for himself need to go on picnics at all I J C Davis Secretary Lceland D fied the children that she is mistress at Mr Francis Kingston 4U1 Saturday Maupin at Speedwell 3rd Wednesday the Fourtii avenue mansion and they that his coffin was to be put there with wouldnt want t j go on a picnic cither I00F George Young Constable quickly took the hint and left Suit the lid so that he could lift It as lie had if I hail a husband already staked out Madison Lodze No 14 I- - O O F Texas Sifliiigs Glade District No 6 James M Wood will be instituted to contest her right a great horror of coming to life after meets every Monday night at Odd Fellows at Berea 3rd Saturday John G Gal- Â¬ to a third interest in the estate and thu burial He nUo hud a key to tho tomb Hallm Main Street loway at Whites Station 1st Saturday Valuable Information M B ARBUCKLE N G good name of the doctor will be dragged and oue to the church left there nnd a R G Ballard Constable money L J Frazee Secretary Kirksville District No 7- JMjCotton in the dust to save the children n few vessel of water nnd lie also left jDoctor What is tho matter with Alexander at Kirksville 2nd Saturday to be- - to certain men to vltit the tomb once you Boone Encampment No40 meets every Ray at Kirksville 3rd Saturday J M thousands of dollars It U hard He is a year But as our guide said Here such stories of a man who stood liticnt I find It very difficult to first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows Fowler Constable only a dry skeleton now ami has not breathe with my lungs Hall on Main Street Richmond Ky No 81 N Hendren os high as Dr Staudiford aud it is to be been vlsiled for fifty jears Vnnt v District W L FARLEY C P Doctor My friend you would find it at Cottons Store 3rdJMonday Wm A J toped that the newspaper has gone be L J Frazee Scribe still mora tlifiicult to breathe without wliancicr ai ncagana luic jiu inuaj yond tne record in preparing nsaiaoious a Schatb Do you want pure drugs and the best your lungs d Mi for the scandal mongers nnd play- Richmond Uniform Degree Camp No S D Carpenter Constable Sadio Moyor of Lansford Pn Is You Million District No 9 J M Long at inginto the liaitQs Of those who will brands of tobaccos and cigars meets second TiiHrsdsjt in eadi month 3 ten 3ears old weiglis ono hundred ind Statins Store trd Tuesday A B New at Odd Fellows4aU - It has f can find them nt T JBrooka nUictyfivo pounds and is taking on ly at Holmans Store 3rd Saturday j try to prove In court all that R A BARLOW Captain Junes 2 tf printed James A Harvey Constable fat t tho rato of two pounds a wcek- I J Frazee Clerk Professional Cards Wilkes rnithDTDTs -- 1 DOUGLAS L Li Ud NEW BAR ROOM I have just on ojteiied a KirtM J Jew Bar Room Fine Street IdrTj W m poyntz Ul ill WHISKIES BRANDIES CIGARS ETC Constantly on Have just received and opened a large stock of East Trenton Avcli Hand 1 selccted OALL AND SEE MB TJ Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets and Toilet Articles Also a large lot of Glassware and Water Sets of all kinds and styles Is prepared to supply liis customers witli the best CS f r 3TrC John McEenna tie22tf NOTICE dr johnm foster PHIL ROBERTS Tke Butclier Our accounts fur 1887 to July 1 1 un ready nnd those n are itHMrftil to m wfll I call anl -- ell at o Â¬ Rotes Silver Plate fl tees anil Forts COETEES SUGARS ATTHE LO WEST PRICES june22tf Fork Sausage and Mutton j j Covington Ahnolr Bko X R Those who owe m for 1 will nve eifet by catting at wee Julj6 tf CA 1k i L B WALLACE AND drTu pursier ar Â¬ and all kinds of Canned Goods Juncu- - f FOR SALE Â¬ BUIIiBEH JGOIffTR ACTOR Is prepared to do all kinds of A GOOD STOCK OF DR T Â¬ POPE F WEBST E Fl FARM WAGONS IS THE AGENT AT KICIIMOND KY FOR THE CELEBRATED MERCHANDISE BUILDING AND CONTRACT GENERAL WORK at the best country stand in MadWe will be glad to ison county AT THE MOST show the stock to any one wishing to buy ELLIS HIGGINS jun22tf Silver Creek Ky and in the best manner He is a thoroughly educated Carpenter and builder ami those contemplatL ing building will do well to secure an estimate from him CtNTutMCPtfir Oflice at his residence on Uallie SKAMLKSS The only 83 I Shoe In the wurlil Irvine Street pfwt fit anrl Tlnoit Hair Reasonable Rates 3 SHOE t ss or v luii nrAsS6sP o silUKexreis jr tin flUM UU J DOUGLAS Â¬ warranted ConttTcsa Button and Lace all tjles tor As flaf TZJ5- The are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them -- t4 tiHe co J AU1 40 iv Jf w C C 5 Kac lfcVBf IR -a V JU1V23 U 1 1 the 3 Sboes advertiel by oilierUTLU J rV aT I TT e 3 ef3 SfiWJ in - PSTEtil TBUSS BOD HID TUBULAR ULE -- - Boyi n wear the W T DOUGLAS 83 SHOE If Toar dealer toa not krrp them send ynnroameon potUl to W I DOUGLAS Brockton 3Iua MUJi4kMllMilMl in ne 22 Â¬ Â¬ 1ARRISH TURNER Manufacture all styles and sizes which they offer at tf jfH Mexican Mustang Sciatica Lumbago KEEP CQQL I John Dykes will furnish ice to the citi- Â¬ of Richmond and vicinity Urn season Now is the time to make contracts for de Â¬ livery His headquarters arc at the grocery store of J E Dykes on North Second St zens Attorneys Â¬ Â¬ ESPECIALLY LOW PEICES M Wagons The Best Material Â¬ faratod For One Year apr 13 tf Â¬ The Easiest Terms BETTER THAU Attorney at Law J ET Call on Mi Pope and examine the Whalebone or Horn wagons Dont buy before doing so WEBSTER WAGOH June 2l tf CO cronus Contrncci Scratches Srrainf Strains Stitefecs JCuscI Lin s Â¬ Bhemaatim Bsrnsi Attorney at Law Attorney at Law Attorney at Law POWELL TJ JOE W aa O PEYTON K1TB Scalds StiffJeisti Eatkacfec Galb Eruption KocfAU Straw S nnney SmIum Gaij Stings Bite Bruises Bcniecji Coma Talented Feb 81887 Warns Ssztt Spavin Cracks Files BY Guaranteed NEVER to treak STBOUSE THIS GOOD OLD STAND - HAS RECEIVED A Banufattnrers FOR SALE BY CO S Bwar 5 T accomplishes for rrrjbody eaarfy what iarlaiirt 1 forll One ettbereasew far U meat pojmlailtj t tho Mttstan Unlaws b ffwwlHlU mitre raul Bamberger Bloom Co LOUISVILLE KY applicability KTerylKlrBlioch amThe InmorrninnnteJa It fat ea ofaci I TilcCannlcriteedanarMalcaBMaBdt beech n ThcIIonCTtrelltforieralfarTUK The iltcchunlc neetfo H-t M always oav aia T-- -- s - june22tf HgPi fTTf The aHncrneeJaKtacaaeef ThclIonccrntK-eaataa4toiK5Ui- wra sun Xr Â¬ Attorney at Law Attorney at Law J REED OF THE CELEBRATED It in liberal wpplr aaoatasd aaarwr The HorsefaiKicr McOa H It ti 11 Irlesd and aafeat reuaaea The felock croirer naati M H wll tc Mm tboosawia of dUan aa a world of trnebli- long as his life Is a roaad of aeeMeata and dan - rj The HttcUTTOoilsman aeodstt Tbrn l a aBttdote for the immn to Uf lnglike I as limb and comfort which sarroaifMl the ploun r The Merchant needs Maeoatt Ms store w tils emplTjees AeeMents wW hapftew and w n a u theseconistheXaataBeLtelBaemtlBwaiiUdar The Farmer nttihi KhMi baoar hu st an J hit stock yard The Steamboat stun or Mm Euattiwau The RailroidzuanDeatoltaaMlwUPfl is iSHl iS superio g UUIUIllClUiai UUUGgC LEXINGTON KY dieapist Best Business College in the Yferld l nicktat rUr u4 614 XcJal trtr an tT Ctnrftt d WtrMi ExolUea r Bnta f BakKerplac la 800O 3rm4aatra Oeacral Bulmi EdacatUa 10 ratityrl Cant rfTallateat llalaja Italatnloctmdla aal TillKt Sutkarn Caarao fcrt Writlar k TVlrcraaar ijKrtaM1 a Yatmtlaa TrrtHaw Oralaal GaaraaMtd Paecasa T Eatr nnMnrnNl ntlretKY UNIVERSITY economy Keep a Hot tie iu the House TJ tb U C Itr use In eas of accident sarea tlrcalaraxUrauWllBarlUatftfcriti tLcxJaxtaaKj jnne 22 tf Keep Ji Bottle In the Fneicrr Italawediarc rata aad lna of wg Keep n Battle Attrnyaia the Stable far Bse when Tranted PRINTOTG I The Climax Tristing Company np stairs corner Main ami ond Streets Richmond Ky is prepared to do every variety of Sc son-in-la- w CTOB IFIRJUtTTIZLsTGr promptly and at reasonable prices MITCHELL WAGONS JFor which he is sole agent for the counties 10 HOUSE IH CENTRAL KY DOES BETTER Ml ProÂ¬ The latest styles in material and work always employed fessional Men Merchants Farmers Stockmen Tradesmen and every body else can find at Tub Climax office precisely wlmt tfcey want of Madison and Estill This wagon has Here is a partial list of the things printed at The Climax oflice Â¬ r 1 Envelopes Letter Heads Note Heads Bill Heads Statements as all who have used it can testify Sale Bills Horse Bills Jack Bills Hand Bills Posters Dodgers The material in this waon is warranted Circulars Programmes with fair usage for twelve months I can Invitations Catalogues Briefs Sell You A Goocl ThimMe Skein Pamphlets Business Cards Visiting Cards Prescription Blanks Labels Judges Clerks Sheriffs Marshals Magistrates Constables and other officers will FOR find at The Climax oflie a full line of Legal Blanks such as mo WA oN Â¬ Sixty One Dollars Warrants of Arrest lOjHk Kmr JkttMm Summonses t Persons wishing to examine this wagoii can do so by calling at ray store on Main street Richmond Junp22 Subpoenas Deeds Mortgages Affidavits Bonds Attachments Notes Supercedeases Capias Pro tf OL ZFESTTTOIsr Fines Executions ccc T make a long story short everybody andmnybody can find evety thing and any thing wanted 0