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W VOLUME n BUSHED I Co 200 war horse as claimed but neither has the last Mr James Bro6k of Brooks Station in Bullitt county has a horse which he rode while an officer in the First Kentucky Cavalry C S A His age is not known but he is still almost as frisky as when he served in that noted regiment of which Gen Joe Wheeler once said that it could have fewer meu on the inarch and more in a fight thau any other regiment in the army Rev Richard Hunt a colored shep Â¬ herd who guards the spiritual welfare of a small flock near Nashville want Â¬ ed to hold a revival The expense was light but the congregation was too poor to pay anything Accordingly the over zealous pastor visiud a neigh bors pasture and stole a cow which he drove to Nashville and sold using the money to carry on his revival He had seoured fifteen converts anil had six promising subjects on the mourners bench when a constable stepped in and spoiled it all by arresting him for the theft of the cow Sunday morning an insane young man about 24 years of age giving his name as William Dunn arrived in Midway He stated that he had been incarcerated in the Eastern Lunatic Asj lum at Lexington for four months but made his escape Friday morning by removing the iron bar from a win- Â¬ dow He spent Saturday afternoon and night at Fay wood coming here on Sunday He was not violent but very restless and his mlcd continually dwelt upon trotting horses He had a prepossessingappearance and was a of Judge M C Suufley of Stanford He left Midway for Davis Bros farm where he spent Sunday night and on Monday morning went from there to Harpers Dr Claik was notified aud an attendant of the Asy- Â¬ lum came for and took Dunn back to the Asylum Monday evening Mid Â¬ son-in-la- w RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 31 188T as well as Democrats If Republican leaders think their party can afford to R Weston New York City lias join a small minority of Democrats inÂ¬ boughtfrom the estntt of Alden Gold- Â¬ obstructing and defeating tax reducre smith Washingtonvllle N Y the tion and at the same time escape gen- Â¬ sponsibility let tnem try it One stallion Domestic 6185 foaled In 1880 bay by Volunteer 65 dam Godiva by eral election will open their eyes wider Godfrey Patcheu 32 2d dam Faustina than ten years of preaching by Volunteer 55 price 56450 OUR KKIQHBORS AND OUR RASCALS P McMillan New York City lias Chicago Journal bought fom the estate of Alden Gold- Â¬ The Canadians are fond of the rascal- Â¬ New York smith Wasliingtoiiville the stallion Sentry 6186 foaled in 18S3 ly money stolen by our boodlers but hay by Castellar 1062 dam Lively by they detest the rascals They hate and Woburn342 3ud dam Silvertail the despise the fugitives but they hate dam of Driver 219 by Seelys AmerÂ¬ with an intenser hatred the country Â¬ from which the fugitives ran away ican Star 14 price SI 400 When they can they will protect the The raising of grasses or hay Is be- Â¬ outlaws from American officers of jus- Â¬ coming more and more common in the tice but they do so uot for love of the West every year Many of the States outlaws but from detestation of their which were called Western States are pursuers It would seem that under no longer such now Wide expanse of these circumstances for a boodlerand prahire has been cut up into farms thief an Americau prison would be a aud what was called an inexhaustible more pleaeanf resort thuu a Canadian soil is to day admitted to be like all city of refuge soils capable of exhaustion On these lands many farmers hae come to CORNELL realize that continual cropping with New York Star grain is final Impovershmeut aud they The friends of Cornell University are adopting the practice of raising grasses to a greater or less extent as will greatly regret the decision of the have their ancestors in the New Eng- Â¬ General Term iu the suit to set aside land States for 100 years and in the the will of Mrs Jennie M McGraw mother countries for centuries Farm Fiske by which 1500000 wa3 lelt to that institution It will be remember- Â¬ aud Home ed that Professor Fiske and the rela- Â¬ Oats of this seasons growth until tives of the decedent based their action thoroughly dried are laxative So on the fact that the university by its also is new hay The two together are charter was only permitted to hold apt to give horses the scours when property to the value of 3000000 and changed suddenly to them from dry that its endowment exceeded that sum feed It is better where new hay is without this bequest This is the view fed to pay an increase price for old held by the General Term aud it is be- Â¬ oats and thus keep the team in work- Â¬ lieved that it will be upheld by the ing condition The higher price is well Court of Appeals This is peculiarly repaid in the increased nutrition aud unfortunate for the university strength ihat old oats will give a work- Â¬ way Clipper ing team Where horses are not at FRANK IIURD AND OTHERS Charleston Courier On yesterday afternoon at about 4 work they need few oats while a little laxativeuess while resting does not Frank Hurd will go Into the fight oclock Miss Susie Hardin was sitting in her mothers room at the residence hurt tliem It is while hard at work next year with renewed vigor because of Mrs E M Farns worth writing a that inferior feed has Us worst effect in of the declarations iu favor of tariff re- Â¬ vision in the Democratic Stale plat letter She desired to burn a paper reducing condition and lighted u match to do so She In some localities the black smut in farm and the Philadelphia Times is carelessly dropped a match in the com is often the cause of serious loss patting itself on the shoulder with lie folds of her garments and was not re- Â¬ It is worst on land where the crop has notion that Carlisle Morrison aud minded of its presenco until she saw been planted several years iu success- Â¬ Watterson will join Hurd in the cam- Â¬ the mother hubbard in which she was ion showing that the germs live over paign and swell Forakers majority by At all events they can clad in a flsme Shrieking she ran to winter in the soil where they fall It is thousands the next room where her younger sis- Â¬ a fungus hard to get rid of where it lias not expect to accomplish more than ter Mfc Ilallie had sufficient presence a foot hold The ears or stalks affected was accomplished by Mr Randall in of mind to throw a comfort around her will lie found early bursting with sap Pennsylvania where with a platform Mrs Famsworth hearing the noise and as the spores have not yet ripened that suited him as he asserts he car- Â¬ came running up stairs in time to so as to become easily detached these ried the Slate by a majority of 80000 Beat that if you throw some bedding about the form ol diseased specimens may be removed for the Republicans the screaming young lady thus com- Â¬ without much danger of spreading the can old fellow pletely chocking the flames She was infection Later iu the season the burned on the hand arm aud shoulder fungus bursts and its black dust is scat- Â¬ NO REGRET and on the right side from the hip to tered by winds whence it gets on the Boston Herald the shoulder She sultered great pain stalks and into the manure pile Harpers Weekly is rigid we believe going into one fcpasm after another but The success of many farmers Is as says that no friend of reform the physiciaiis think her hurt not much due to their arefullues in sav Â¬ when it regrets voting for Mr Cleveland We dangerous and hope Hint the bums ing odds and ends and making the do uot know one There are no re- Â¬ will eventually heal without a scar It most of what is considered of little grets on that account We should be was a narrow escape from death value as from regular crop These glad to see the ciuse of civil service re- Â¬ Winchester Democrat by products having less competition form advanced more rapidly but we are often the most profitable It pays did uot expect it All that we expect- Â¬ CONCERNING FARMERS- - to be on the lookout for such chances ed of this Administration was an hon Â¬ having of course due regard to soil est execution of the specific civil ser Mrs Mary B Duke has sold her location and general adaptability of the service law We have had that and a D farm of 51S acres in Scott county to farmer to attending to little matters little more Now let us brace up to ask Fourth District Cold well Gritteuden This is after ail the secret of success iu for the extention of that law to other Rufiis Lisle at 570 per acre and Webster F W Dirby D neaily every kind of business as well parts of the public service Let us hold Fifth District Henderson aud Union Mrs C E Smith of Louisville has as farming Doing tilings by whole- Â¬ what we have got as we have held it W F Berry D purchased 200 acres ot Waverley farm sale seems very tine but in most casts through a change of politics in the Sixtli District Cliristiau and Hop- Â¬ near Spring Station without improve- Â¬ it is counteracted by innumerable los National Administration and steadily kins J H Lunsford D ments for SI 5000 sps iu the smaller details American reacli for more Niuth District Logan Simpson aud Co Morelund fold 1650 extra Cultivator LAMAR SECRETARY Todd Judge G Terry D mountain ewes to Wm Robinson of Washington Star Eleventh District Warren and Al- Â¬ Mercer and Robert Clemens of Fay- Â¬ OPINIONS OF OTHER EDITORS Seretary Lamar is preparing to step len D W Wright D ette at 5260 per head Danville Ad Â¬ Seventeenth Di triot Laurel Pulas- Â¬ out of the Cabinet if lie is to step out vocate at all amid applause from men of all ki Whitley Bell Knox and Jackson THEY ALL SUPPORT HI3t Paul R Rratz purchased H A HeadleyaJ parties for the course he lias taken in Atlanta Constitution bunch or cattle Saturday at 5415 per Nineteenth District Barren Met- Â¬ the cise of the Atlantic and Pacific The New York Sun asks if there is railway indemnity lands The decis- Â¬ calfe aud Monroe A L PetcrmanD hundred pounds There are 44 head Â¬ Twenty seCUid District Woodford and they will average about 1700 lbs any reason why the Democrats of In- ion rendered yesterday let us hope diana aud Georgia should not suport will be the precursor of a long line of Scott aud Jessamine Sam T Leavy Danville Advocate Mr Cleveland on a straight out Demo- Â¬ similar announcements that the Gov- Â¬ D M T Thrclkeld sold two work mules cratic platform There is no reason In ernment has uot set apart lauds for Twenty fourth District Kenton cou- Â¬ for WO He was offered 5i a b trrel for the world nor is there any reason railway companies as a free gift but as ntyWilliams Goebel D 500 barrels of corn fed out on the place why the Democrats of every State Twenty sixth District Bracken Pen Â¬ tlie consideration of a contract entered but holds for 5250 Mr ThrelUeld has should not support Mr Cleveland between the corporations and the dleton and Grant W W pickeistui into SO acres that he believes will make ten people in each instance and that the barrels to the acre FIVE POSSIBLE CANDIDATKS failure of a corporation to carry out its Thirtieth District Nicholas Harri Russian dairy products have made Missouri Republican share of such contract absolves the eo son and Robertson IJ F Reynolds their appearance in the English mar- Â¬ Ben Butlet haa not yet joined the ple from confirming it iu the possession D ket aud the prospects are favorable for Anti Poverty Society This is liable to Of its lands This is a very simple Thirty third District Perry Letch Â¬ a large and iuci easing trade in butter menu thnt there will be five presiden- Â¬ principle when applied to the law that er L slio Clay Harlan Floyd Pike and cheese with Russia tial candidates in the field next year is daily administered between man aud aud Martin A H SUittrt R Magoffin Thirty lourtli District In New York City low grades of but- Â¬ Willi a Democrat Republican Anti man and its logic is irrefutable Povertyite Butler and a Prohibitionist Breathitt Johnston Menifee Morgan 11 to 12 cents are in de ter say from Wolf Owsley Powell and Lee R M maud for export to the continent of in the field the most fastidious voter ADMINISTRATION REFORM PierattD Europe There seems to be less of this will have a chance to find some one New York Times Mugwump approaching his ideal TllIriy Hih DIsfrIctA KoWij Buli poor butler made than formerly It is safe to say Ihat throughout the Carter and Fleming J P Hufilt departments in Washmgtun and in C K Wormley Mendota III has THE LOVE OF TITLES Thirty sixth District Jeflerson counmost of the great Federal offices iu bought from G C Cecil Danville Boston Olobo Dem ty ami First and Second Wards of other parts of the country new vigor Louisville Samuel E Eiiglhu D Ky the colt Lord Palm one year old It may as well be admitted that the by Mambrlno Startle dam Lady love of titles is inborn in human and efficiency Iiav6 been introduced District Third Thirty seventh Palm by Thomas Jeflerson price nature The Jess reason there is for old abuses have been rooted out and Fourth Fifth Sixth and Seventh the better methods tiave beeuudopted Wards pf Louisville R G Hays D 5500 conferring or wearing them the strong- Â¬ and that there has been far less infec- Â¬ Thirty eighth DIstriet EighthNinth May Overton Nashville Tenn has er the desire for their possession For tion of the service with partisan pur- Â¬ bought from John 8 Clark New a people professing rigidly Republican poses and the spoils idea thau had been Teuth Eleventh and Twelfth Wards Brunswick N J the filly foaled in principles and peculiarities we lavish the case for years before the change John McCanu D I8S7 by Alcantara dam the dam of these cheapening destructions upon one This does not argue the superiority of by Pilot Jr prjee and other iu a most wasteful way for the Democratic party but it shows that Jaj -- Eye-See House of Reprcscntaties the preservation of their shadowy a change was needed and that the de Â¬ 52500 value Adair W W Binliam It mands of public sentiment have ad- Â¬ A dairyman says that he has found Allen E Seott Brown R vanced wonderfully iu the last few sorghum cane cut fine and fed to cows Audersou Thomas H Hanks D MAJORITIES years And whether the relatiou of w beat bran quite beneficial with He Ballard and Carlisle John M Nich Â¬ Covington Commonwealth parties may be to the improvement says the rnilK was not only increased ols D 1876 62510 the administration of Mr Cleveland by this feed hut was richer also 1878 Barren C R Wilson D 43017 is entitled to 1880 42754 aud his official advisers Bath and Rowan J R Nesbitt D J Smith New York City lias bought 1882 44434 the credit for a good deal of substantial Boone J S Hoggins D from the estate of Alden Goldsmith 1884 24389 administrative reform BourlKjii Claude M Thomas D Washlngtonville N Y the mare Re- Â¬ lOOi 4 lo9 Boyd and Lawrence J A Hughes turn foaled in 1883 bay by Rifle 1663 And yet the leaders of the Demo- Â¬ EXPORTS OF FOOD STAPLES R dam Godiva by Godfrey Palchen 22 cratic party go on blindly in the same The Epoch Boyle S S Fry R price SI 050 old way putting up the same old meu The exports of American breadstuils BracRen J A Walton D pulling the same old stiiugs and driv Â¬ G E Russell Piltsfield has bought I Breckinridge Chas Blanford R ing the laboring men from the party which have showu a tendency to de- Â¬ from M- - V Wagner Marshall Midi cline of late years have been picked up Bullitt ami Spencer N W Coch- Â¬ the colt Casino 4072 foaled in 1SS5 very rupidly sluce the beginning of rane D dam ISSUES DEAD BEYOND RESURRECTION black by Black Cloud 217 1887 The figures for the last seven Butler and Edmonson G C Turner Zella by Magna Cliarta 105 price Plttburg Dispatch mouths are 100000000 against 81000 R 51025 It is consideied remarkable by the 000 for the corresponding period of last Caldwell J D Leech D Calloway Tip Miller D Capt B B Campbell bought last Chicago Herald that the New York year and the Btatisticinn of the De- Â¬ Campbell John P Newman D Friday from Harvey Riker 7 fat cattle Tribune should expend its editorial partment of Agriculture finds that the averaging 1 100 pounds at 3 cents Mr wonder on n Buffalo phjsician who wheat imports to the United Kingdom Harry HIIHanl L Carroll Prentice Meade 1 Campbell says there heems to be a de Â¬ brought a patient back to life after ha from the United States is resuming its Carter and Elliott Roily Fannin R springing up all over the coun- Â¬ hail been dead sume hours while the old place That is to say we are furnish- Â¬ mand Christian E GSebree R ty for fat cattle Harrodsburg Demo Â¬ Tribune itself is regularly engaged iu ing seventy three per cent of nil the trying to revive political Issues that wheat and flour imported for British Clark J P Gay D crat have been dead some years But the and Irish use instead of barely sixty Clay JucRsoil and OwsToy H B Judge J F Afckew Commissioner Herald fails to observe the difference one per cent as was the case last year Hog R sold publicly on Monday the H C J between the success of the physicians Russia lias fallen nil in the competition Crittenden nndLiviiigstoii W R Page farm of 140 ocres on the Paynes effort and thai of the Tribune The for the Britisii market and so has Bush D Depot pike for the debt S78G830 doctor brought the man back to life India albeit the interests of Great Cumberland and Clinton George W He Mrs Page was the purchaser - - Britain alt lend lo the encouragement Burchett It also sold the James Hamilton land on of the Indian grower Davless R H Taylor D J H WHAT THEY WILL IH Rays Fork 55 acres lo Richard Hen Rudy D Washington Post age at S14 per acre The H H FerÂ¬ REPUBLICAN TAXES Esllll aud LeeR C Hill R President Cleveland and Secretary guson larm of 16fcres on North 321k Lock port New FayelteP C Johnson D honi was sold publicly by Special Kairclilld will appeal in December for The Pensylvaula platform is a pro- Lexington Y H Mulligan D Commissioner George V Payne and purchased by Mr J T Hughes of Franklin county at 53560 per acre Cnpt Nat S Offult auctioneer NUMBEE 11 THE CLIMAX EVERY WEDNESDAY -- BY a substantial reduction of tho taxes to a Congress composed of Republicans THE- - Clizax Feinting PRICE PER TEAE TRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE J editors SWEET DREAM TO LAURA I V By swiftly flowing Where H3 jbtms aim ipusKea green are irrnwinc inle the pale moonlight Is beaming uf my darling l am ureamiuc he n the dewdrops are shining In the raorn a mooutalu htreatalet By this sottly murmuring stream Or the day Is declining into silent ulght TV of her I fondly dream lig light Tlicre her Image comes before me In a dream so bright and gay W hen the midnight sky is brightly gleam- lug An J the weary world Is sweetly dreaming And the angels never sleeping Over her a watch are keeping When In his midday beauty shines the golden sun By this sweetly flowing stream Ai tread the path of duty or my work is done btill of her I fondly dream I nm dreaming of her ever Dreaming every hour and day I Mail cease my dreaming never liile sslie is so for away Wxliibux SKKee Ky X Ululcthenlguteflgalcslngsoermr Sweetly from the forest uray NEWS PARAGRAPHS A meeting of the Nicholas County as held last Thursday G is Company and additional bteps taken touards getting the necessary amount to Uging the work of boring iVr gns The Supreme Council of the Ameri can Legion of Honor held the flrtt mglit mvmoii of its biennial Â¬ convention in The last Wednesday Washington Supreme Council consists of forty tix delegates representing a total mem bership of 62000 The order is carry Â¬ ing a benefit insurance of 183000001 and has collected and paid in the course of the last two years about 54000000 The late freshets in lower South Carolina have damaged the rice crops greatly in Mine places completely mining them The most serioiu result however will be the lo s tf the labor-en- who will be compelled to seek em- Â¬ ployment in other fields and the con sequent abandonment of rice planta- Â¬ tions by planters who attempted to Sam Itansdell murder his wife in Mercer county has been held in S5CO0 bond to answer for hit appearance fulling to give which he lias lieen taken to the jail at Frnnk f rt to avoid a mob Mrs Itansdell has filed a suit for divorce almony and the custody of her children M The Louisville Southern Railroad Company executed a mortgage which was recorded here on the Louisville Southern ltailway property entire for SlyjOOOO The mortgagees were The Louisville Sftfaty Vault and Trust Co and Thos H Shirley Trustee The Trustees of the M E Church North have sold their church on Broadway to Miss Lilla Morrison for Miss Morrison will convert the 2500 building into a school for which it is admirably suited by its location The property originally oost 57700 ami the prce at which it is now sold is just tiie am unit of the debt on it Danville Advocats Whipp the Wilkin Hotel lottery man who was paraljzed the other day gels mighty little sympathy from the new spajters and public They My he ought to be in the penitentiary for perpetrating a hiigh swindle to die at the end ot a rope at the completion of his term for the murder of His clerk Stockton Ex Gov Blackburn lias a to Certain degree recovered from his recent attack and n dUpatch to the Courier Journal states that lie may live several months or suddenly expire during a recurrence of the attack He still receives his friends and retains a lively interest in political affair Thursday was taken up in the Cir Â¬ cuit Court with the trial of Lindxey Smith charged with the murder of an unknown white man who was found dead last fall near Windom a small town six miles north of here The cise wa3 given to the jury just before noon and after being out three hours brought in a verdict of guilty of wilful manslaughter and fixed the penalty at twenty one years in the penitentiary Jessamine Journal The will of the late John M Clayhas been addmitted to probate and recorded The instrument provides that all the property of the testator both real and personal shall be given to his widow The estate is worth from 560000 to 580000 and consists of a firely im- Â¬ proved bluegrass farm one mile from Lexington on the Tutea Creek pike besides a fine stable of racehorses There are over 14000000 head of cat- Â¬ tle in the Argentine Republic that run on the pampas the year round without any feed but the native grosses They are poor beef cattle being long and lank and lean and valuable only for their hides Cattle on the range are quoted at 56 per head Notwithstand Â¬ ing cattle are cheap good beef Is very scarce and 50 per cent higher than in America Geo T Baker who kept a store at Bishopton in this county disappeared Iron home on election day and his creditors are now figuring their losses Baker had a faculty of buying oxen and other goods and chattels on time and either selling them for cash or mortgaging them mid he is said to have accumulated a neat little sum beÂ¬ fore taking his deparlue for Missouri He wrote back from Clilllicothe in Hut state n few days ago that some people here didnt like him much and they could go to li 1 Danville Ad- Â¬ vocate clamation to the American people that Fleming R S Hudson R they can expect no relief whatever Floyd and Johnson John W Laug from the unjust burden of tariff taxa Â¬ ley R tion from the Republican party A Franklin J A Scott D policy which favors an effort to supply Fulton ami Hickman P J Oliver all our wants from the products of our D home industries will favor keeping up Gallatin Addison Gibson D the duties which pay into the Treas- Â¬ Garrard W A Anderson D ury about 550000000 u year or as we Grant Tim G Needham D have shown a little over sixteen cents Graves W W Worrell D a pound for our home production of Grayson Wm Bond R sugar This country can never pro- Â¬ Green and Taylor J M Wood D duce even half the sugar we want be- Â¬ Greenup W J A Rardiu R cause we have so little territory adapt Â¬ Hauccook E R Duncan D ed to II but according to the Republi- Â¬ Hardin D L May D can plan we must keep on trying by Harrison C B Martin D insisting that the people must pay two Hart JTPrice D cents a pound upon imported sugar Henderson G V Norman D This is also true of the silk industry Henry John E Abraham D for which the people pay about twenty Hopkins J W Holloman D six millions a year and here are many Harlan Bell Leslie and Perry D other things that we are taxed to pro- Â¬ G Colston R tect that we can nevjy produce in suf Jeflerson E D Briscoe D ficent quantity at home without pay Â¬ Louisville ing a great deal more for them thau First District J M Letterle D they are worth Second District John Bartman D o Third District Jacob Hoertz D THE LEGISLATURE Fourtii District Arthur Wallace D Names and Politics of tho Members Fifth District Henry Kremer D Sixtli District John Ryau D SEMATORS HOLDING OVER Seventh District A II Charlton Seventh District Daviess and Mc- - D Jessamine W T Jones D Lean R S Triplett D Kenton Harvey Aiyera D W E Eighth District Muhlenberg Ohio Eagun L C E Coleman D and Butler SE Hill D Knox and Whitley John Lay R Tenth District Breckinridge Han- Â¬ Larue J M Sallee R cock Edmonson and Grayson A Y Samuel Laurel and Rockcastle Byers R Twelfth District Hardin Mejde and Ward R Lewis SGHIIlis R Bullitt H T Kendall D Lincoln G M Dayion R Thirteenth District Hart L true and Logan C H Blukely D Green D II Smith D Madison A T Chenault D Fourteeuth District Spencer Nelson Magoffin Morgan ami Breathitt G G Gilbert D and Shelby Fifteenth District Marion Wash Â¬ Wilmore Kendall D Marion H P Cooper D ington aud Tjylor f S Grundy D Marshall ami Lyon W M Reed D Sixteenth District Cliuton Cum tier Mason A P Gooding D Russell aud Wayne W land Adair MeCracken M Weil D F Neai B JUcLenu R M Ward D Boyle Eighteenth District Liuooln Meade G W Richardson D Garrard aud Casey F G Riguey D Mercer D J Curry P Twentieth District Anderson Frank Â¬ Metcallo and Monroe T W Comer lin and Mercer L W McKee Law R reuceburg Montgomery Menifee Powell Wolfe Twenty first District Henry Old- Â¬ J M Oliver D ham Trimble and Carroll W M Cra Muhlenberg C W Cisney R vens D Nelson Ben Johnson D Boone Nicholas and Robertson E Kenton and Owen J B McDauell D Twenty fifth District Campbell A D Oldham aud Trimble W D Cole S Berry D man D Twenty seventh District Fayette Owen E E Settle D M C Alford D Ohio H B Kinsolving D Bourbon Twenty eighth District Pendletou F T Wallace D M Clay Clark and Montgomery C Pike Letcher Martin and Knott T D Jr Twenty ninth District Madison Es- W Xew berry D Pulaski Eli Farmer R till and Rockcastle J D Harris D Russell and Casey J L Phelps R Thirty first District Masou aud Scott Johu E Pack D Lewis E L Worthingtou D Shelby J J Long D TLIity secocid District Boyd Law- Â¬ Simpson J M Dawson D rence Greenup and Elliott F T D Todd N B Riley D Wallace D Trigg Wm Wharton D Union S P Spaiilding D SENATuRS ELECT Wairen Wm Cook D WTCox First District Hickmin Fulton and D Graves John R Kemp D Washington W T Newkirk R Second District McCraeken Ballard Wayne W I Souther uid D ant Marshall T T Glenn D Woodford R H Gray D Third District Lyon Livingston Webster A J Moreheud D Calloway and Trigg J K Hendrick Â¬ iti Â¬ w tP TJdLilj K ow D ksj g r ra THIS VsTIEJIEIES Prices will Astonish You June 22 tf RAMSEY OLDHAM Busy Bee Cash Store Richmond Ky Proprietors ihaekelford Gentry ARE HEADQTTAETEES Co FOE All Eins of HAEDWARE STOVES and TINWARE Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Supplies Roofing 3xii crlng and all kinds of Fin and Sheet Zon Work Done in the most Workmanlike Mmsez ISOSJS BUT THE BUST 05s WORKMEN SMFI5f 22D ALL WORK TVJLI2I2AISTEr Faming Implement Known To The Trade i j E Call and Examine nr Stock before Buying We Can Please You wtr W WIGGINS A F BEECK WIGGINS HI ECK Attention Contractors WE KEEP THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCK OP s ardware and Building Material COOK STOVS1S an RA5TGES AJSJ0 Kept in the county and will furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion at city muces We are also prepared to do ROOFING and will guarantee to give you the best and most satisfactory We carry a large stock of bet brands of ROOFING TIN PLATE and will job you can get anywhere not delay your work We also carry a nice line of EsSXIIgT3I BEIsIaS IROX MANTELS AND GRATES SAMUEL RANSDALL SHOOTS HIS WIFE Which we warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware Garden Implements Farm Wagons Seed Strippers Mowers Twine Binders Cultivators Grain Drills Ac Harroushurg Sayings Last Saturday night Samuel Rans tlull living near McAfee went home considerably under the influence of liquor aud attempted to kill his wife with a hatchet but she escaped to a neighbors where she remained nil night Next morning she returned home aud was told by her husband to take a seat ss he intended to kill her He then proceeded to get down his shotgun aud began loading it The wife fled ftom the house aud was following by the still drunken husband who rested the gun on the fence and as his wife lied up the lime toward a Â¬ WBLASTING POVDER jime22 If DYNAMITE FIRE BRICK AND FIRE CLAY W T EDWAmS V Â¬ church where services were in progress discharged both barreN at her The shot struck the woman under the right shoulder and passed through the left lung Several men on the outside of the church attracted by the report of Ihe gun came o the womans re cue when the inhuman husband fled Ser- Â¬ vices at the church were immediately closed and a parly went in search of He- was found in the yard Ransdall near the wood pile aud although armed with a pihlol and hatchet made As there was strong no resistance talk nf lynching the prisoner was brought to Ibis place Sunday night and indued in jail Ransdall b about thirty-five j ears of age and is the father The case was called of five children for examination in the police court Wednesday as tht county Judge is absent from lite state On account of the condition of the wife the ca e was continued by agreemeut of attorneys until Tuesday next - - The Enterprising Young Merchant on First Street carries a full line of Staple and Fanejr Groceries His goods are the best and his prices the lowest juoeitr bAillUUJ MAH0NE Enquirer Senator Mahone makes a great talk but Iiis political days are none the less numbered The ease with which the Associated Press is manipulated for Repub- WT3 WISH TO ANNOUNCE TO tnulr that wo Iiuve a largp lican political purposes is evi- and woll selected Hue of denced by its sending four tlious and words of the Mahone address No one could be economically lined to read it and few are foolish enough to print it toils FURE 1SH1NG Goods Â¬ NEW FIRM QUEEN AID ORESCENT ROUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINK TO Â¬ New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the CLOTHING- ftiEGiBalPoints THE SOUTHER T Sonti East anft Soutli West ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST- ClBetnnaO wxl Lextngtos wtth miDat uus 10 atmnj an ot Â¬ Local Produce Markets CORRECTED WEEKLY BY E E MCCANN GROCER MAIX STREET RICHMOND KY 1SS7 Richmond Ky Aug 26 Beef Cattle Butcher- Hogs Suga Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter Chicliens HATS TRUNKS TTjELIalSESS Etc in which you can find the the Important Cltlea of I ho h onth wltboal change Morniiis and Niglit Trains from dolr BnflM Car and VnllmHii RPNNINU THKOUUII CARS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IX ltlA TWKNTY EIQHT 1IOUKS liae a rhntcenf two Gnnninl JCniinn - Tinnriers ANDCKKSCENTHOLTK-Mub-kinds ot Sttaftmg Or otl KJrga QCKKN OUUHill XlOlltUb-s 1H V- KiiMstt Palace Buffet Steeper State Reem PltMeni I2tC I2I4C 45C Eggt Wheat Flour at Mills from Corn per barrel Hay per 100 lbs OaU in theaf per too Tallow ucc ix Feathers Meal Oatx per bushel Lard- m i - 1 5 t i6i8c 752 00 VgOC 5i 2 2SJ s 53 4Soc 45 Qioc 62064C LATEST STYLES 00 BEST eOOBS and the LOWEST PRICES trand Central Union Depot In Cluciaoatr paroomw holding tlnllXB via Um iitu a therefore saved transfer actott Um UHy aeU are ixtMired a loarHar attended with i cmV comfort and convenience Ue PteareMioe Line ot lira via- SeottiMa States General OOees St Fanl laiMlMr Wast PotMrth St- - ClaeMwatl Ohio JOUNUOAUU ILCOUJUtAX Uetienl Manager Uwtnl Passenger Aent R CARROLL R X RYAU Qa St ttj General ttaperlnleadittit AUtaat General Passenger Agent Nearly All tho Leading Railroads SKTciSR Queen and Crescent ENi rS Travel r - Several localities have recently claim Â¬ ed the last stirring war horse of the rebellion It may be that each has a Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed in sheaf Oats Choice bluegrass seed Red top seed t Sweet 1otatoes Wo band TSACTIOaT and PORTABLE KNOETES of 11 ikM The fccuss aft Mtbgiaiav BONANKA THRESHER Hf7taaXoat3fiaxver peas Wo do not Intend to Ik UNDERSOLD Y and to our customers no say we will AIViiVifiUaifUin OAAWJIKJiUHiaAW areolars tVrlte for Frse 6575c idve you full value for very dollar in- at waateaax iRosmsoN A Co 50c t vested with u and vq urge you to yM TjRIchraondACV I 7r- -TfiT 25 MvM tahMfcfall nffl H V wiriy caH jL ltKig na F t 20 give 15iSc -- un 37ijil jr y T RJI p5t 2 40 ItM i50oo 4550 75 W B WHITE 1 S June 23 Oiu At McKKUsi Old Stand Prmt ShoWs tUxoW 1 WIVESJIrDAJL0HTERS THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON WEDNESDAY 100 each ing rocks eases Wm G WHITE 131 1SS7 AUGUST Three young Fellows were lined at Danville for throw Â¬ at a passenger train AVlmt a glorious institution a whipping post would be in such feet and offered him places for his political henchmen When Mc A Creary walks on Pennsylvania avenue the Washington wires echo the thunder of his foot steps When McCreary calls on the President there is a bulletin hung out at every telegraph office in the State McCrearys biography can be written in a sentence lie is a smooth oily long headed wealthy politician Â¬ 6010 II -- The Most DestruG tive Richmond has had for Thirteen Years S A Deatherage 4000 Jirley 3Ciauie zvuu xw it ournam 3500 We are assured by Mr S K Turner who was a loser in the fire mentioned above as having occurred in 1855 that the year was 1852 A 31QTHEBS COMMISSIONERS 1 -- Â¬ THiNCOLUMN- - President Cleveland writes that he will be in Madison October 9th Madison Wisconsin deceased The fire Georgetown is waking up to the company performed better and more importance of retaining the satisfactory service than ever known Baptist College and has raised a and saved the buildup before one end fund of more thtm 25000 for the ofit was destroyed The los however it rather large as there were 30000 purpose ol its retention bushels of w heat besides a lot of house Â¬ About fifty mechanics have left hold plunder in storage there There Richmond and gone to Winchester were 12000 bushels of the wheat on Houses are building all over the floor consumed or badly damaged around about inside and outside belonging to John E Miles valued at of that town on account of the about SS000 aud fully iusured Col proposed road to the mountains Barry South lost all his household Richmond doeent want any thing effects without insurance aud the thank the Lord but natural gas colored Normal School a lot of schoolÂ¬ Bloeged is lie who expects noth- Â¬ furniture wortli about 5200 fully iusured The damage to the building ing c was about 1500 with full insurance Col FIRE IX FRANKFORT September is here and yet we hoar nothing of a committee to be sent from Madison county to the From some unknown cause a lire Stale Industrial and Commercial broke out early Friday morning In the Conference to be held in Louis- tliinl story or he large warehouse near the tuuuel belonging to the estate of ville Â¬ Beyourown pbvslclau A lady whoi for years suffered Imm distressing female complaints weaknesses etc so common to her rtx and had Ie-spalred of a cure finally found reme dies which completely cured her Anyjsuflerer can use them and thus cure herself without Ihe aid of a physician Two recipes treatise aud full di- Â¬ Address Mrs rections fiee Sealed W C Holmes 658 Broadwny N Y I3Jul lyr Name this paper Â¬ or DESIRABLE - SiteOTODr I IoMuEMI Cassius M Clay Plaintiff 1 V t 1 11 knir AT THE CASH GROCERY Public -- - Sale I will on As Trustee of C Stafford HOUSE OF Pauline G Rodcs HVsDerts virtue o a judgment ind order of sale or the IMadison Circuit vouit rendered at the March term thereof 1857 in the above styled cause theundersigned vs NotTcsof Sal- eInEquity THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15 87 in the town of Richmond Ky proceed to expose at public sale to the highest bidder the following described valuable real estate to wit The py Jere South The recent excursion to Niagara Falls gave a 7 50 round trip rate from Winchester but taxed Rich mond 10 notwithstanding the regular fare for the round trip from Richmond to Winchester is only 1 40 The Winchester people re largely of that class denonii nitfed as hustlers and dont hesitate to ask for any thing they want Â¬ SENSATIONAL INDICTMENTS The Grand Jury fur Jes sn mine coun Â¬ ty relumed into Court the follow iug list of fcenatlonnl indictments against prominent Democratic politicians and civil aud revenue officials James Barkly United Stales Storekeeper and Ganger concealed weapons assault anil unttery anu brauuibinug weapons to the common nuisance of all good citizens aud against the peace aud dignity of the Commonwealth of Ken Â¬ tucky L D Baldwin United States Deputy Collector same charges Wen- ley Jlocuer AIcKinuey Mow Dick Mos and W H Phillips Judire of Jessamine county same charges W T Jone Eepresentative elect for car rying a concealed weapon Henry A Welch Jailer of Jessamine county and Judge of the election for knowingly receiving other than a legal vole The penally is 500 fine and forfeiture of office George Martin Henry Btgers James Young and George Bryant il legal voting ORPHAN URKJADE SOLID SIX lEK CENT Many tax payers have an idea the six per cent to be added tu all taxes not paid by September 1st to morrow means six per cent per annum That is not correct It means straight six per cent on the face of the amount For instance if you owe 20 tax and do not pa it to day the amount will be 2120 Do you catch on I i hat Â¬ THE CLIMAX EXTRA Yesterday morning at break fast time our readers of this citj as well as of Lexington and several other central Kentucky towns had before tlieni The Climax Extra giving a brief but comparatively accurate account ot the lire which raged so fiercely from 1130 P M of the night before until 4 yesterday morning We con- Â¬ gratulate ourselves upon having such a faithful and efficient corps of workers in our press room When The Climax foreman printers deviT and all makes up its mind to do the nice thing Jl Is just the same as did Â¬ Â¬ -- CKlELTY TO UNFORTUNATES A oommittee has investigated the Ward Insane Asylum New York and reporters that the charges of inhumanity and cruelty to patients by the attendants is justly founded The Tewksberry Massachu setts poor liouse case in which the hides of inmates had been tanned for glove leather will be recalled to sav nothing ol asylum accusations nearer home Yet there are people who think nobody but con victs are ever mistreated and only those who are leased Do the opponents of the convict lease system undertake to say that any system could be invented by whieh the convicts would not be as liable to harsh treatment as the patterns in asyiums anu poor houses Â¬ A Bardstown correspondent says of the re union This venerable capital of noted Nel Â¬ son couuty was decorated in warlike army yesterday the occasion being the sixth annual reunion of the famous First Kentucky Infantry brigade bet- Â¬ ter known as the Orphan Brigade Flags and bunting were everywhere notably adorning all hotels stores and principal residences along Main street The special train bearing the old sold- Â¬ iers accompanied by Schneiders band arrived at II A M Col Cripjis Wick lifie with an admirable reception com- Â¬ mittee welcomed the guests Lieut S B Buckuer Brig Gen Jos H Lewis Col J C Wicklille and Chap Â¬ lain J D Pickett mounted on horses headed the procession formed of the Second Fourth Fifth Sixth and Ninth Kentucky Infantry regiments Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the First Kentucky Cavalry and Cobbs Battery a long line of carriages con Â¬ taining the ladies wives daughters aud relatives of the soldiers brought up tilt rear After a match of fifteen minutes the ancient llardstown ceme- Â¬ tery was reached where as the col- Â¬ umn passed through the gateway each man was handed a handsome floral oflering by little children dressed iu white Schneiders band ceased play Â¬ ing Dixie and began Home Sweet Home aud keeping step to the these tender strains the veterans marched through the center of the grave yard and over to the half acre allotted to the Confederate dead where a hollow square was formed aiound the sixty five graves Aftor a pause Col Wick- lifTesaid Break ranks boys and procession two miles long allow Â¬ ing twenty foot of space for the movement of each horse and cart Tin- silver in the same vaults v ighs S896 tons Measuring it in raits as in the case of the gold jl voukl require the services of horses and carts to trans p rt it sikI would make a over twenty one miles in length Most of this vast amount of money lying useless and producing no increase represents un necessary taxation of the people It is money witlidrawii from cir- Â¬ culation and business by the oper ation of a war tax tariff that is constantly bleeding the people and yet so silently that they do not feel tlie process and are not likely to until the moment of collapse The people are being drained of their moans of doing business and carrying on their affairs to increase the enormous and worse than useless hoard at Washington - decorate graves This command was quietly obeyed the clean kept graves receiving every one a rich covering of Stiavrie Cornier flowers As tho old soldiers stood The Now York Tribune informs around he graves with uncovered the country that the gold held by heads Pror J D Pickett whose mel- Â¬ the Treasury in its vaults at low voice had leen heard on every Washington weighs 519 tons If battle field of the Army ol Tennessee packed into ordinary carts one lifted his hands to heaven saying ton to each cart it would make a Let us pray He prayed long and A WORSE THAN USELESS HOARD 70 pro-co-jio- h thrilliugly Bonks were then formed again and all marched to Hie great shady campus ofSt Joseph College a venerated in- Â¬ stitution within whose walls the la- Â¬ mented Col Phil Lee Col J C Wick lifle Maj Thomas H Hays and many more of the Orphan Brigade had spent their scholastic years On the speakers stand which had been built under the large tree near the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ college door way were seated Mrs Gen Boger W Hanson Mrs Gen Ben Hardin Helm widows of Brig Â¬ ade Commanders Gen Simon B Buckuer the first aud Gen Joseph H Lewis the last Brigade Commander Col J C Wicklille Col E Polk John sou Capt Thos Speed U S A Judgo John A Fulton Privales Wm Am- Â¬ brose Jolui O Jackson and others Around the speakers stand on oliairs aud benches were seated the members In of the brigade After music Col Wick llfTiiitroduced Judge Fulton who de Â¬ from day livered the address of Welcome sleeping Dr Fosters horse escaped but Dr Morgans burned The entire square was burned in 1855 This is the most destruc- Â¬ tive fire since 1S74 when the square below First street and a portion of the square opposite the Court house were burned At this hour 4 A M the fire is entirely under control The streets are filled with damaged goods Sjrrtp of Figs E FORMAN SON Manufactured only by the California aug 24 2t Fig Syrup Co Sau Fraucisco Cal Is Natures Own true Laxative It is the most easily taken and tho most pleasIKTsLniedL antly effective remedy known to cleanse the system when bilious or cos- Â¬ tive to dispel headaches colds and Mus T B Siikaicek There is considerable talk about feVers to cure habitual constipation Call on 2U organizing a Fair company aud it is indigestion etc For sale in 50 cents Shearer Huue more than probable that a movement and 100 bottles by Stockton fc Willis will be started iu a few days to raise n guaranty fund for that purpose Win- Â¬ chester Democrat Your City Tax Is past due If not R W Davis West Williamsfleld pan by September 1st 10 per cent Will Wafclimaker and Jeweler Ohio has sold to J H Goldsmith be added according to the law Washington ville N Y for another R A BARLOW City Collector IKALBK IN party the black stallion Atlantic Ofllceat Second National Bank Watcheo Clucks Jewelry Silver and I am receiving pupils for another class record 22 J by Almout dam Isabella in dancing to be organized on aug7 U Clay by Kentucky Clay for 6OoO Plated wnrc etc Special Cox Tuesday September 20 Cowley of Atlanta Georgia attention given to bought in the Bowling Green market I am prepared to teach all the new 17 head of good saddle aud harness dances including the American Gavotte SETTING DIAMONDS M M Ilarber loss on box horses averaging 140 round aud Innovation Centennial and four new square dances Lyons of Augusta Georgia houses occupied by It W Neff Pedlgo Special attention given to children in AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES and W II Douglas SG00 insur- Â¬ bought in the market 7 head of large fancy dances and calisthenics mules at 130 rouud Call at Willis House for further infor- Â¬ ance 400 THE NEXT SESSION WILL Or EN mation K W NefF loss on produce The Agricultural Department esti- Â¬ n 3 MADAME BOSDYSHELL Promptly done and iu a workmanlike 750 no insurance mates that 10000000 acres of forest are On Wednesday Sept manner 87 W II Douglass loss on meats used yearly iu this country for fuel and THE NEXT SESSION OF not known timber Fires it Is calculated destroy Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver S T Green loss on opera house about 10000000 acres more The for Â¬ The Preparatory Department under CST the supervision of the Faculty will to Dont Jurget the place next door Loss est area of the country is less than 10000 insurance 0000 the Post office Iticbmoud Ky receive the undivided attention of Pro- Â¬ on furniture 1000 no insurance 450000000 acres but young forests fessors Irvine aud Crooks and no pains june22 tf C Iv Dotj loss on blacksmith grow up rapidly WILL BEGIN ON- will be tpared to make this Madison Couuty School all that can bu desired shop 700 Considerable old hemp has been pur Our aim is to prepare boys for College beveral colored people occupied chased iu this vicinity during the past aud at the same tune give a thorough the second story of the shop but week It H Davenport purchased practical education to those who can saved their property twenty tons at 5 delivered at Midway A full corps of competent not take the regular course Capt W H Smith and Wm on the cars and Mr Russell McRery EXPENSES Bolton occupied the shop and of Frankfort purchased about ono hun- Teachers in nil departments will saved a large portion of their tools dred tons at the same price delivered be on hand Those having child- Â¬ Tuition In College Classes per term of JO twenty weeks payable In advance 00 and material I have just opened a New Bar Room Preparatory Department here Midway Clipper ren to educate and desiring to Tuition Inper term ot twenty weeks Classes S Dinnelli Co restaurateurs on First Street Fine payable hi nilvanco 20 00 Shipments from stock Fee In College for the year in Greens opera house building in the last ten days the Parisfollows pens build up the material prosperity Incidental In advance payable 5 00 are as M Fee In Preparatory Depart Â¬ were considerably damaged by Goldsmith SO car loads last week aud of the city and county will do Incidental the year payable in advance 3 00 ment tor removal but insured 16 to day These cattle are destined gjHFor further The Adams Express office also for thediglish market aud weigh from well to examine our catalogue and cotulogue apply to information aud occupying a room in Greens opera 1500 to 1600 pounds Price 4 cents claims before deciding to send L H BLANTON liouse building slightly damaged Geo Beckuer 10 car loads of cattle elsewhere ClIANCELWUt aufi24 6w by removal 2 of hogs and 2 of sheep Pads Ken C P WILLIAMSON L W Turners stock of dry tuckiau goods was greatly damaged by Preswent J H Bacon Fort Madison Iowa aug3t at removal insured Constantly on Hand has purchased from Theodore Huston The Farmers National Bank Blaudiusvilie HI the Duke bull 7th Is beating them all making the best CALL AND SEE ME Senator Bennett Mr S S Parkes Duke or Hilldale 74085 red calved grade of and the Internal Kevenue office January 22d 1885 by 2d Duke of removed but without damage Brant 55479 dam 3d Duchess of Hill iune22tf G C Francis removed dale by 22d Duke af Airdrie 16695 her and L E a portion of their stock diun 7th Duchess of Hillhurst by 2d Mr Joe Pigg was burned on Duke of Hilllhurst 12S93 for 2500 I will offer to the highest bidder on HE HAS A BIG STOCK ON HAND the neck before he could escape Good rains iu Middle Tennessee from the office of the stable where ALSO have revived grass and brought the Tuesday Sept Gtli 1SS7 he was Â¬ opera house NefTs produce store Douglass butcher shop and Greens opera house the Adams Express S Dinelli Cos restaurant and Smith Boltons shop were consumed entailing a loss of probably 00000 and so far as we can learn only 30000 insurance It looked as if rhe entire block would go and at one time there was great danger of the fire crossBut tho wind ing Main street was from the Xorlh east and the flames and sparks were carried rather to the rear of the buildings The chemical engines played an important part toward checking the fire but a steam fire engine could have saved all except the stable new opera liouse NefTs Greens and Douglass houses opera house held out nobly and it was not till nearly 1 o clock that The it was hopelessly on fire chemical engines could probably have saved it had not their un divided attention been required to save the remainder of the square The losses and insurance as hurriedly ascertained are as hereunder given W W Pigg Son loss 10000 nsurance 4000 Bro loss Covington Arnold 12000 SS000 on liouse and 4000 on goods insurance 87500 Co loss Shackelford Gentry on goods 12000 insurance 6500 Buckeye Machine Co loss on goods 1000 James T Shackelford loss on house G000 insurance S4500 Stockton loss Hnrber Brooks G000 on the new opera house insurance 3000 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Cincinnati Times Star says that A Novel Bet While I am not a Paris green and Russian purple are betting man said F J Cheney of tiie favorite remedies for the blues firm of F J Cheney fe Co I considered A man has been tried in Fleming it my religions duty to make that fel- Â¬ county for giving a man named Brandy a low a bet You see he was about dead drink of whisky The jury disagreed and 1 guess he would have died before Tuesday August 30 4 A M The Ewalt House at Paris advertises Spring if I had not got him o the that it is the only second class hotel in bet You know some men had rather the world and advises the guests on loose their lives than lose a huudred going to bed to whet their teeth ready for well lie was one of that kind and we At 1130 oclock last night a fire both came near being out but I saved broke out in the livery stable of a tough beefsteak next morning only cost Iiim ten The Chicago Tribune is evidently well ray hundred and it W W Pigg Son on Main street Hows that He sent for me posted on tilings about Atlanta Georgia dollars and in the shortest time possible one day and said the doctors had all so rapid were the flames the en- Â¬ for it says The Atlanta Constitution has begun given him up to die with the catarrh tire stable with seven horses told him that I would bet him 100 the bulging hip fifteen vehicles and much other war on the man withopportunity for a I Here is an pocket that Halls Catarrh Cure would cure property were in ruins The crusade which may become general with him or I would give him 100 if it failed alarm was sounded and the engines proper encouragement and which will He took the latter proposition This any crusade brought rapidly to the scene but accomplish more good than the Atlantic was three mouths ago you see flow he or issue now afloat betw een the conflagration could not be sub- Â¬ and Pacific is likely to do But the great looks now dont you as well as any question of the hour in Atlanta is What one and a dandy American Toledo dued unlil Covington Arnold a Bros grocery Shackelford Gen- Â¬ makes a mans hip pocked bulgelaw Is itof O consequence of the or try Cos hardware house new the lestive revolver prohibitory habit wfton i JL- - JL jLSteJLJ rO Thursday Sept 1st FROPHECLIimTRil about the hour of elecn oclock on the premises ir Madison county Ken Â¬ tucky about one mile south of Richmond on Pig Hill turnpike proceed to expose to public sale to the highest bidler the fol Â¬ lowing described property wz A RESI- Â¬ DENCE and 1SS7 AM North Second Street A full and complete stook of STAPLE AND FANCY 222 Acres of Lad It is one of the known as Woodland most desirable and attractive homes in the State Situated on a good turnpike road not exceeding one mile from Richmond The house is large and well built The land is rich and productive and lie well some of it situated not more than half The land is susmile from city limits ceptible ot dnision into three or more parts upon which suburban houses might be built and will be offered in parcels and also as a w hole The tract nearest Richmond and fronting 418 yards on the pike contains 60 acres The home tract with residence fronti ing S36 yards on pike contains 6j acres The residue fronts 675 ards on pike and contains 100 acres For further1 description see survey and plot on file in this case TERMS Sale will be made orta credit of six and twelve months Ihe purchaser will be required to gie bond with ap- Â¬ proved security for the payment of the purchase money to hae the force and ef feet of a judgmen bearing legal interest from the day of sale with a lien reserved upon aid property until all the purchase money is paid Â¬ Â¬ GROCERIES Confectioneries Oanned G oods 3 reen and X2ied Fruitfj and plenty of every tiling in my lino This liouse is a Planing IIGHCOIsrTD KY ings and Machinery Including Grounds Office and Mill Mill BuildÂ¬ r This plant is almost new having been built and in operst only about two years is thoroughly equipped with all the most m ern improved machinery and in complete order Also TWO NEW PEAME COTTAGES containing five room1 on the S E Corner Hallie Irvine and Onu streets and Lots No- - 7 8 9 10 11 29 and 30 in the Estill uddiK lot on Irvine street near Formans Holler JCill lxri One old mill lot 4 Kenton county undoubtedly has a large Mexican population as indicated by the subjoined paragraph from an exchange Wednesday a prize fight was fought be- Â¬ tween a scrub bull and a scrub jack at Kenton postoffice in Kenton county the stakes being 50 against a sorrel marc that the jack could whip the bull in tv enty minutes The jack was newly shod with long sharp calks on the shoes and the combattants were turned together After a desperate fight of an hour and twenty minutes both received death wounds and were killed by the spectators to end their misery The referee ga e the stakes to the owner of the bull because the jack failed to whip him in twenty minutes And the old folks laugh when they find the pleasant California liquid fruit remedy Syrup of Figs is more easily taken and more beneficial in its action than bitter nauseous medicines It is a most val- Â¬ uable family remedy to act on the bowels to cleanse the system aud to dispel colds headaches aud fevers Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Co Sail Francisco Califor- Â¬ Stockton nia For sale by White Salutaris Water brought direct from St Clair Springs Mich Kept only july22 tf by J C Hughes Now is the time to buy your Cloth- Â¬ ing while the great inducement is offered by J C Lyter Julyi3 tf The Babies Cry Fob it Strict -- Uncnrifictc ON A- - Dwelling House and Lot on Main Street Fronting 77 feet by 272 feet deep This is a very desirable local kn It has on it two good cisterns ami all necessary outbuildings such wood and coal house cabin stable crib and carriage house Terms easy and made known on application and on day of ale i -- 1 Strictly CASH Basis The hest goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOUSE june22f 15Jull9t J -- STONE AVA LKER Trustee aug 10 4W JA3K IHjIOAM C M C M C SEED WHEAT 1000 BUSHELS of Michigan Fultz Seed Wheat for sale by the FAN IN- X O CONCERNING In Clark county sold at 4 15 FARMERS 1550 lbs 28 cattle Two largo barns of William Miles fc Sous near Hastings were Minn burned Twenty Norman horses per- Â¬ ished and 700 tons of hay were burned lo s 30000 Wm Wilkin Cambridge O has soiu to A Welch the brown mare Lady Wiikius record 227 Ambassador dam Sleepy Jane by Invincible for 2500 Richmond Elevator Call on Covington Co Arnold Bro or ADRUFF iiiismi I am simply over stocked and must reduce same SO NOTE THE PRICE Einest Emhossed Gold Paper wortli to 30 cents Nice Papers wortli 25 cents 15 cents SI Boarders OR Rooms to Rent reduced to 50 cents Eine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced reduced to reduced to EAST CALIi DANCING Neat Papers worth 10 cents 15 cencs 1 Everything ai RISDUGSD PRICES REMEMBER we hang your Paper on the walls at 10 cents per Bolt and on Ceilings at 15 cents per Bolt Call early in order to get choice selections as goods are bound to go quick at prices named Â¬ CENTRAL UNIVERSITY II GEO M WILLGING Julyij tf -- NEW GROCERY groceries Monday Sept 12 NEW Bad ROOM Â¬ Announce to the public and especially to that large class who ln that they have opened a fresh lot of ELLIS HIGGINS OX 3r STAPLE FANCY GROCERIES j 2E5 WHISKIES BEANDIES CIGARS M BAIWLOW ETC UBLIC SAL John McKenna And other articles kept in a complete grocery house at their New Store on Main Street nearly opposite Piggs livery stable Ellis Iliggins is not a new firm but has been in existence for nearly twenty years They invite all their old friends and a good share of other people to call and see them New Goods fresh from the cities New House ami New Prices They have returned to Richmond to sell goods ami mean to them They know how to buv and how to sell and what tlie people want CALL AND SEE THEM amrioivr 11 303SAOOOSj Queensware Glassware Woodemrrc S PERKINS Dry and cool JIcCREARY 1 The Louisville Commercial is evidently sluek on our Con Arthur Madden who was shot was gressman for it editorially says not as badly hurt as at first reported He is a born politician It it ovidently probable that he shook J John W Herring will commence bands with the midwife a few his series of music lessons at Bethel on moment b after his birth Certain the first Sunday In September it is that he has been shaking Dr T hands ever since And what a side ofJWood Hood removed from the Taylors child n needle warm pervasive lingering hand which It had swallowed a mouth pre- Â¬ shaking he can give livery twist vious of his wrist is worth a vote And McCrearys smile loo It begins Jam C8 M Hill had a horse o fall into about the corners of his mouth a well on his place but by the assist Â¬ ripples over the broad surface of ance of friends and neighbors he was Jus face and wimples off into his brought to the surface safe raven locks in merry waves ol Quite a crowd gathered at Uolhel infectious mirth His oyes sparkle Christian Church Sunday but they like a debutants and his teeth are were disappointed as there was no one white enough to do duty as a So to tell them the glorious tidings of sal zodont advertisement It is a vation Preaching there Sunday Sep Â¬ pleasure to look into McCrearys tember A countenance One can see ones self mirrored in its shinning Insure your properly with Greenleaf depths Life lias been one round Crooke the leading fire insurance of big dinners and easy victories agenUof the city SI aug 2t for him lie has laughed at the Something New world and it has smiled back at him He bowed his way through I can givo you the best lace curttuns the departments at Washington on the market for the money 2 to aug316t aud the Secretaries knelt at His 15 J 6 Collins Â¬ I Â¬ Some of the tobacco growers have commenced to gather their crops addition to the above account The Climax extra of yestermorning we this morning have little to sa3 The insurance will roach 37500 The origin of the fire is not known Pigg Son lost six horses Dr Heath one Dr Morgan one and Drs Foster Heath and Holton thoir buggies Pigg Son lost all their books accounts but their money and perhaps noteswas in a safe They will rebuild Joe Pigg lost his gold watch and clothing Bro have Covington Arnold S000 insurance and they think thev will find another policy of the 500 They have rented Stockton liouse next to the Post Â¬ office Co Gentry Shackloford have bought tho slock of W C Peyton rented his house and are moving into it They ask us to express their unbounded thanks to the large number ot people who helped them at the fire Tliey will rebuild B W Turners loss by removal Mrs M is not yet ascertained M Bronstons loss on house occupied by Turner about 400 Alfred Douclas A O Glowers town ou cur- Â¬ R E Edmonson Auctioneer The lowest prices aug31tf and Nathan B Turpin lost 50 tains and carpet J in Collins S each in carpenterss tools in their aug31 8t shop in the rear of Greens J S Collins 2 lace curtains will as- Â¬ ojpara house Greenleaf Crooke represent nine tonish you Call aud see them SlngSt The local insurance agents Jose first class Fire Insurance Companies Orookej Insure with them before it is too Lace curtains In create variety at J Greenleaf as follows 6S00 j late August Sl 2t 21200 J Speed Smith aug3l St 8 Collins n to5 Â¬ twists out of lute com Vegatables ot all kinds are scarcer and higher in My farm stock crop farming imple Â¬ ments household aud kitchen furniture Nashville than ever known at this The farm consisting of season of the year Beans 6 00 a 150 per bushel Irish barrel tomatoes potatoes 150 per barrel sweet pota Â¬ toes 250 per bushel squash 125 Lies on the Richmond ami Lexington turnpike near Walnut Hill 11 miles per barrel from Lexington 15 miles from Rich- Â¬ mond and 1 mile from Athens where Greenleaf Crooke represent nine there are good churches and schools Half or more of the farm is in excellent first class Fire Insurance Companies grass and clover Fencing Insure with them before it is too great portion of it being new good a Three late August 31 2t springs of never failing water are situ Â¬ ated so as to give water to the entire premises Good ci lern at kitchen Flour of fine quality at Tribble door The dwelling is a handsome Blounts frame building with six large rooms Every poultry raiser should keep on two small bed rooms and bath or dressing-halls porches pautry and hand a battle of Ganters Chicken room kitchen The house is situated near is guaranteed to cure the center of the farm in a lovely yard Cholera Cure It Willis Sold by Stockton tilled with grateful evergreens orna- Â¬ mental and useful trees some very J S Collins wants you to call aud rare Near by is an orchard of the see his special drives in lace curtains choicest selection of fruits Taken all together there is not a pleasauteror aus31 St aud carpets more desirable home in ail this section Crooke represent nine A macadamized drive is made- from Greenleaf main turnpike to dwelling door first class Fire Insurance Companies through yard and barn lot Good out- Â¬ before it is too buildings meat house coal house new Insure with them hen house and turkey house of three August 31 2t late rooms capable of holding 200 turkeys Canned goods a fresh lot at Tribble large cabin buggy house aud barn Blounts It Stock coiisists 1of 3 mares 1 rockaway1 horse 4 cows bull 3 yearl heifer 1 do J 8 Collins stock of furniture car- Â¬ ings 7 calves 3 sows steer pigs 20Â¬ and pets and lace curtains is the largest shoatj good quality aud stock ever in Richmond aud his priced the condition All Crop of acres of com 18 aug31 St lowest 1 large rick of clover hay 2 stacks of n timothy and 1 of oats aud rye Covington Arnold Bro want to Farming implements consist nf one buy 100000 bushels of wheat for which McCormlck twine binder 2 wagons 1 they will pay the highest market price cultivator 2 two horso plows and other farm implements all of which are mo July20 lf ful and In good order also ouo buggy il aud a rockaway I will sell also a nice Collins S2 lace lot of fowls The usual land payment Dont fail to see J will be given Terms ot personality aug 31 8t curtains will be given ou day of sale Sale to Insure your property with Greenleaf commence at 10 oclock q m For Crooke the leading fire insurance further Iu formation address tne at Wal- Â¬ nut Hill 31 aug 2t agents of the city J H CARROLL Meal and Coal Pays highest cash price for THE TIME TO GO TO But Will Continue Business We desire to inform our former customers and the public that we have rented the house adjoining the post office recently occupied by M H Stockton and will in a few days open up a new and complete stock of Groceries We shall keep the stock as full and fresh in all its details as we did in our old stand which now lies in ashes and ruin We kindly thank our frieuds for their patronage in the past for their kind words oi encouragement in this the time of our misfortune and loss and earnestly solicit their future trade Â¬ 128 ACRES WHEAT June 22 tf CUUDE SMITH CO AND GET ONE OF HIS HAVE OPENED A NEW Hardware Store oiiWest Main Street They carry a general line of Soto Saddles Hardware Tinware StovcsVaiul Groceries They have the newest and best Roods and wilt sell for CASH at the lowest prices several years experience and he wil do all kinds of tin work rooting and repairing iu the best style at lowest - Mr Smith la a practical tinner of juue22 tf rates three-year-o- ld two-year-o- ld I BETTER THAN Whalebone Horn To those who are indebted to us wii desire to spy w used monev now and shall be glad to have them call at once and pay us their accounts Remember our location next door to post oflke and come to At bottom prices He also has a see us early We shall be glad to welcome you full line of All goods delivered free in the city limits single ana double first class ma- Â¬ C0VINGT03JF ARNOLD Next Dcorto Post Qilice BRO terial and best of Avork Saddles and Harness Irvine Street auif3t 2tnos RICHMOND KY -- NEATLY AND PROMPTLY June 22 tf Fel 8 Patented H1TEE 1837 Guaraiiieed NEVEB to fcreafc SXItOUSE ft CO 4M Braj 2C TL JUcufgCtarert FOR SALE BY lata tf Estill Springs FOR RENT I Â¬ Bamberger Bloofn Co LOUISVILLE 1 This well known summer resort la refjl now open for tlie reception f gusts a Reed ami I will Tent The medical qualities of fu water is f Aitatit tli a 1la iitl fit nl WimnTM n unsurpassed by any other uu thi cou- - lltnrav recently wpm1 by Tfie Bonds issued in payment of sub tineur scription of MadisOn county to LouisilIe - The location is cool and delightful Pn rU Ttil- Persons dertK to VeiU and NashVilMTRaitroad due in February Rmuuia mftnlimv fijfiij Forfurtlier particulars address April July and October tSS and iSS ImedJiUe iwhcsjwii give Go Bonis Je C K wftl be paid on maturity at the Madison Jrli jimetf r 3- - JAB8 iJBSTSKr Ur Uc CD CHENAULTCom Juj6 tf Hi SATK Irvine Ky EPTrEABIl0lsTST0N J Prmt ShoWs through Snake Storj Killed PERSONAL DIED iimi Miller Steve Ross d A Paint Lick correspondent says Fox went Ashing down at 6aKs mill Tuesday evening WliinTrii Vearren W ED NESDAY Mrs Of hmttltStotnl wuoJWOaW G AUGUST 31 1SS7 Mrs E York j Uainin Muddy Croek one uhlifc laxtH was killed accidentnllv hv anistol shot ran Stout died at her home in RichmmJ viHing Mrs J Stone Walker t Weilt TIlBV GfiULiltMltiinllrmaw Inu unm Ho Tnln TiL d UIM -- nj IIIIUM A tF f tri flUU Tlr nillUIU J IU An UlliVjr Bir fire at Lehanen Monday night outer tish and saw a blind snake six Dive Evans were on tiieir way home Mr A C Clower whp jhap beqn ill aged abqut cars rlemains taken tp 27 feet long and as large nroutiU as a from Lancaster where they had been with Malarial ferer is now- convalescent It Tl Carlisle L iwrenceburg had a 528000 fire last peach can They 1 i T trO shot at it and ran summoned before the grand jury Mr AV N Reeves of Montgomery veek insurance 518000 TiU iflll fi Q1 t StumpFnjAarued that fifty men were They had their pistol lying on tlie seat county was in town on business thisweek 4 NEWS - PARAGRAPHS r Tlie express ortlce has returned to Us seining ttffiijlglHTfore and caught of the jagger under them for they ex- Â¬ nL r f I A J Tlnnnrl Mrs I G Mead and daughter of more tliat aUiousanU pounds jof lish pected to be attacked by the Best boys oh stand on second street U yf rtl 1TW county are guests in the family of Diagrams furnkfipd on application i Simpson Dean dJjpdinjCIqrkcpnptylvl alauy time When they had got near HenrySarah Dejarnelt Crouke Fire Insurance Greenleaf Mrs Jerry Higyinss about three miles from aged 72 yeara j u wM i Agents of this city ioJe3l200J XK C Extension Judge R Y Bush wife and daughter tills place John Lackeys pistol fell from TbekaViCaHfiefiiifrrlnwhldh Stephen K As ltlqy of Berea has l Mr Jas Eriiest of Covington lira the seat and went off the ball striking Miss Edith who have been visiting lfon J At Ijpt 7 tij pern lr n tictiit returned from Cumberland Gup where Will Wearren just below the right ear V T Tevis will leave tins week for their the police horses were Keht was set dn been granted a neufcieii he has been buying real estate and fire and depjroyedfour hjonjeSjOitd qmy home in Hawesville Ky killing him instantly man peiugpijiurpelto tjeajtjiy The i Now for a great big opera house and viewing therouteaf the extension of Capt J J Carson well known to irot latter nas laIterujitd3UHl to be G7CJ the Kentucky Central which will toon a lug hotel on the ruins Welcome 3Iadison of pur readers was in town last week Grayes LIeutetintCvonGl of ha be pushed to the Gap to meet the The Climax announced last week He is living at Eldorado Kansas and is becond Iowa- CHwlEyduriug tboyjnte Miss Mary B Miller will receive Knoxville rfcad which will also be that the Montgomery Bull Club won Id much pleased with the country so lar as war and Brigadier General of tbp 1 ujiils 111 ftni in Irwin September StljaU built to that point Knoxville a few entertain the members of the Madison business is concerned but otherwise would Kansas National Guard during- - thoj om Lanoasier Avenue lir reidief days ago voted S500000 subscription Club and the Richmond Social Club prefer Kentucky He says Kansas will ndmlnlstrutiqiiBf Gov fiuek Boys Central Univerhlty will open for that roafl with but 13 disseuling at Mt Sterling on Thursday uight be a Democratic State in the near future on Wednesday treptemher 14th votes Paris News The marriage of frwOv1tjgtoi the The afternoon train in pursuance He reports Mrs Carson and the- children Think the tubject over and see If yon elderly mlllmfialredf Purls aud pretty thereof contained a splendid party of in their usual good health Iis8 Qeoigla Maize of Ihls city Is He GoIhs do not want to attend will Mudion county people bound for Mt Tlie subjoined imrsgranh from the Stealing pnu Judge H Si Douthitt of Howard be solemnized early 1i namely Mrs John D OUT OLD Mr Bums Lisle of Payette pur-- Danville Advocate indicates that Mr Harris Mrs C D Chenault Mrs Kansas called at our office on Monday sear mount i veiouer j1 win ce a tlused the farm- of Mrs Mary Duke Charles B Mjcml lule of this nlace Thomas Pholps Mrs T D Chenault last Judge Douthitt was raised at Col- grand wedding iu every detail and VALUE1 SCRUBBING- c iiMsimg r oih aeresnear Georgo J1 oiug to BoyleLCounty it i t Mrs Samuel Bennett Jr Miss Nettie lege Hill in this county and is a graduate willrgive fcociftty sometblugrt Ihlpk B Moore vrliTiIuv vAiii in n rt Stockton t iwn at 7fl jer awe lust week Miss Liia Chenault Mis of the Law Department at Louisville of about and lalkaboui for many Jny McConl of Clark county Ids farm Mary B VtrsaillesSuH w Harris Mis Katie Phelps Central University The frierids of his It la understood that there will fee known as tlie old DicK ftdbet place Miss Callie Chenault Miss Delia Ram early manhood in this county will be glad about twpnty attendants and dhvhhl S Kerrllms bought about 00090 bing about three inileS fcowth of Dan- Â¬ sey Mis Mary Burnum Miss Annie to know that he is doing well in tie prac- Â¬ display of I ihel j of wheat at an average price of ville and containing abouT 200 acres CliPiiault Mia Mamie Baldwin Miss tice of law his chosen profession Mr Jno L Burke who lives hi tlii He lias shipped none of It but is price 6 per acre Possession given Lizzie Bennett Miss Mattie Chenault Hon James B McCreary our popular county near Pleasant Hill was gpju giniJiiig it at the rate of 5W bushels October 1 - Miss Eloise Bennett Miss Mary Congressman arrived last night and w ill to Washington county on Thursday of4 pcrdaj Winchester Democrat Mr McCord was In Richmond Chenault ex Senator John Bennett to day attend the Fair and meet hun- Â¬ last week when within n mile of Perry i Barriers continue across Second yesterday and says lie shall remove Judge Thomas J Scott and Messrs dreds of his friends of this county the ville about 7 oclock he was halted bjt about the tlret t at corners of Irvine and Moberley His propertylatter part of this month R T Irvine J C Hughes R H woods being just full of them He has four armed men who demanded hit here ii for sale Hms large culvert in the hollow McCreary W S Hume W R Shack not misseJ attending the Lawrenceburg money There behig no other alternu t ira ts elfdniW R McDowell O H Chen Fair for a number of years and we echo tive the Judge bunded oveV hif tsUil uiidergning repairs All passage Lands For Sale aiilt H W Bright T J Smith Jr E the wishes of everybody when we say pocket book containing S21- uhdnVal w ay of First and Third street- 1 As special commissioner in the lease B Hume Harvey McDowell F B heres hoping he never will Lawrence- Â¬ uablegdld watch H diUirtil Peuog Natural gas was discovered nearMu of John G Hansons administrator Carr Harvey Chenault C B Hume burg News nfze any of tlie paviy iiinfodsfitlrg c against Elizabeth Hanson e- St llmg before the war while boring r Sayings Mr Samuel G Hanson will on Fri Â¬ DBSnckeliord Sam Bennett Jr foreman Mr T D Newlon re- Â¬ Our f r oil and the roaring produced by its day September and French Tipton Also Mr Wm Jonathau Bell an eccentric citizen 19th in the town o OwsleyS turned last Saturday from a five weeks rushing from tlie well could be heard of Lancaster is dead iged eighty vacation at Chautauqua N Y and has of Georgia at a distance of two miles says the Berea sell the lands owned by Johti TO SUM- AC Winchester a special train was nutnbpriif years ago ljejiad iisrCQpU G Hanson at Ihpjtlrne of his deulli resumed his duties on The Climax Democrat Seiiintl waiting and no time was lost in prostipukUii tejog that OF consisting of four tracts 48 227 fuO While Chautauqua he was engaged as maile the only m A one at chief compositors on the As- Â¬ itshould lie Wuter tightTitisiavJug Mr Brutus Crooke of Kansas City acres and a lot in Beren Also several ceeding to the city of destination of the delegation met the guests at the depot heen6ucCessfulIyestabllclietlJieiwItnlyT Mo is visiting the family of his broth- Â¬ tracts hi Roakonslle county sembly Herald the official organ of the and sooner than we cm tell it all were awaited tlie timd when hie should occih er Mr John W Crooke He was At the same time S D Parrlsh will C L S C and a journal of the highest formerly Cashier in the banking house sell 2G acres of the Lee tract near distributed among friends or taken to order and now brings to this office a py his1 ularrow Iiduse Many df those the hotel f Walker Co that afterwards be- Â¬ Berea Pre Â¬ Georgiatis who lutve come after the did At 9 oclock the spacious ball room valuable experience in the Art is a man and have engaged hi the tiewspa came what is now the First National Mr Newlon in Masonic Temple was filled witli the servative of Arts Louisivllc Southern Bank Mr Crooke went to Kansas and moral and per business in that State art udder guests from Madison and their hosts gentleman conscientious stood to have had their coffins con- A Danville gedletryiu while in City about twelve years ago firjt en is one of the best news and job printers guing in mercantile business ami NiaholusvilJe tesA weefcliada conver- Â¬ and hostesses of Montgomery Mrs in the State With his services at hand Ktrurtd of Hrp nrrtnf mafprril i f f i Miss Lulu aiter iards in real estate Like all sation with Major Ruggles divi iou en Â¬ Dr Poyntz and Miss jLester Bronstou Â¬ we feel we arc prepared to execute the The rejiort of tlie State Boards of accompanied by of Wash Gni r Madison county men- - wiio have gineer of the Louisville Southern con Â¬ highest class of fine printing It was Equalization Tor the prefenl yeap guKto Kansas City Mr Crooke is cerning the progress of work 011 the ington had preceded the MadisonÂ¬ through his activity that we were enabled places the iiuniber7 orucres lif laud in liKidi pleaded with tlie city He ays road and the promised routes to tlie parly Among those from Mont yesterday morning at day light to furnish tlieStafeof ftehtheky Jit twehty tlvO the Iiad tliirty five thousand inhnbi mountains Major Ruggles stated gomery were Mis Stella Chenault our readers the Cijmax Extra ghint 111111011 an increase cil one iniiliotr Miss Jennie Fox Miss Lilian Samuels over former est jtnates Tlie ciUli val- Â¬ tiuts when lie went there and now lias that he was prejmriug to survey a line Mrs Squire Turner Mrs Charles Car- Â¬ an account of the fire from Lawrenceburg to Nk holasville two hundred thousand ue olj Fayette Comity lih U placed at penter Mrs Tom Fox Mrs James via Versailles thence to Richmond 70 per acre that of Bourbqn and RELIGIOUS Heme UHilcr Xero Apropos to Danville be said that he Gatewood Mis H R French Miss of Jllers9n 604 or WoodfordutgCp AN OPPORTUNITY TIIaT PRESENTS ITSELF Cora Tipton Mis Willie May Bean Tlie last excursion over the Ken Â¬ expected to locate the road between Kenton 55 of Campbell ami Misoii Wc hear that Miss Mcrriman preached o0 of Boyle and tucky Central to see Rome under Nero hereaud Hurrodsburg us soin i he Mis Eva Gatewood Miss Edith Baer NLY ONCE IN A LIFE TIME Jesanilne io the last balance of w ill occur on next Saiunlay at 2 for finished the preliminary oflhe line to Miss Fannie Reee Miss Nancy Trim- Â¬ a series of sermons at Doylesville the counties ruijpiugjowtr ble Miss Fannie Fritz Mias Gertrude week D anville Advocate the round trip Can return some day Richmond Breathitt Perry Leslie and Letcher at Baer Miss Dee Stevens Miss Lou List iterfuruiauee of the great attrac- Â¬ Elder J W Harding and Elder Mor- Â¬ 150 The hlnthoP the entire State is Reese Miss Mary Magowcn Miss Ida Xcarly Drowned tion rison are holding a protracted meeting at assessed at an average of U0 per tent of -iA Washington siieciul of Wednesday Laub Miss Haitie Loyal Miss Sarah FlatwooJs Fftecn additions to Sunday its casli vulu says A WashiiigtoniaH who ha re- Â¬ Holt of Frankfort Miss Pearl Lan Â¬ Quarterly Meeting night A gigantic whisky motiomjy has Tlie pastor W E Arnold assisted turned from Capon Sjtfiugs bring the caster Miss M Hawley Lexington Air Mrs Jason Chenault Louisville Rev P T Hale reached home on been consummated under the ille uf infirmnlion of the lecent nairovves by Presiding Elder J W Fitch held quarterly meeting at the Methodist cade from drowning of Mrs Goodloe John H Stuart of Winchester was Wednesday last greatly improved in the Distellers ami Cattle Fteders UYust with a capital of 40000000 church of tins idaee last week Mr the wife of Mnj Goodloe of the marine the only visiting gentleman besides health by his trip to the old country tlio e already mentioned Messrs Damille Advocate d daughter of Senator Beck It will be upoli parwith the Standard rP Kirby and wife and Mrs Mink R C Oil Company and the Americait Cotton were received into the church by letter she uas bathing with some friends in Recti Rogers Bob Gatewood C C Tur- Â¬ Elder L H Reynold and Prof C P d Mr C W the ladies pool which ii very deep in ner D T Apper son Corroll Hamil- Â¬ Williamson arc conducting a protracted Oil Trut At Ihe meeting in Chicago and Mis Mattie IVylon on Saturday a Bdaidnf Directors ww the ton C D Giubbs H W B Snnel Cobb by bat4fciii Mis Peyton was some places While ascending meeting at Pond church It will hold slippery stone seps that leads into the C C Chenault and L Bridgforth wre over Sunday Two additions Sunday elected to serve uirliT Artin8tlf next immeived in the laqti try at tlio ILip is fell into the gentlemen who seemed to be poo her fool slipped tit church Saturday evening and Mr deep water ami as ami she to extri- Â¬ charge of the ufiiir and that Is equiva-inÂ¬ night Preaching day and night 1030 and itthe vestellwith1theiiwertiseledt jflPWillQpen iu a few days a line of NEW FALL JACKETS djstillcis tjiose lluC gaiV prd from i unable Cobb in Mr Bronstoiis ond Sunday and 730 duce the cheapest Vpiiiti qiid order couple of workmen lent to sa ing that it could not have Como and see llioin afternoon the -- bapiMry being not in cate herxslf A Sam Jones has a brother named John them luiim their full capacity The We also iiearddiic srmms of the other holies been done more satisfactorily woi King order at that time August 21- - tf niidjlHliMiiiK in tlie door of the build- Â¬ observed Messrs Jeff Cockreil C and said to be a better preacher than Sam distillery of Jhe ctiuutry at least Uie is to conduct a camp meeting majority of them will be iu control of Dancing ing plunged into tlie watar and were Ed Grubbs Charles Gay Tom Fesler The latter Bob Loyd Edgar at Bentonville Ark Sept 9 and will the triifl thus rendering a break up Madame Bosbyhell will organize justln lime to reseue iter They were Frank Samuels dancing A both liberally rewardtd by Mj Good Â¬ Batun Ed Beau Jim Crawford Clar- Â¬ trot out his brother in a new State for impossible The main nljeclialo keej in class another down production --and it is claimed ence Judy Tom Bigstafl John Roberts the first time both round loe A number of new dunce Ray Currey David Thurston Ben assisted by Rcv that about eiclily per cenh of the dissquare w ill be taught Special at and Re J DSimmons XMUsrlew Free Bosworth V L Guyle T G Julian J I Wills is conducting a series of tillers throughout the country will tention given to children in fancy j MiltBatlnw the famous Kentucky Robert Winn D C Tulbott J Turner meetings at Powells Valley church in join tlie association Of Wmrse the dancing and caii tthenics minstrel who has been in Ludlow White Waller Chenault C C Hamil- Â¬ Powell county Later The meeting twenty per cent balance will besmash- Portfalie Fouud Jail New York lor seven ton Judge Howard French Judge closed Sunday night with fifteen additions- - eu uy iieirioweriuiuppoiieiiiiijti inua Street iii spite of popular prejudice another ear Union City a week or two ago mouths lias obtained a writ of habeas Squire Turner and others whose names Winchester Sun monopoly of immense proportion apd wii found a large portfolio one side eorpue calling upon tlie Sheriff to pro Â¬ w e failed to obtain G At pier boanl and the other oil cloth duce him More Judge Donohue in tlie The ball room was tastefully deco- Â¬ Krecn Evansville Ind Rev Thos died objectionable features has sprung tdto a prominent Baptist minister Covington Commonwealth existence It coutakts several maps and diagrams Softremo Conrt CiiHinbers Bailois rated and on the wall in massive letters A InthisState of paralysis aged 72 year ivd i of Richmond Silver Creek Foxtown wife caused his imprisonment Shu wrought of cedar were the words Mrs Sarah Jackson died at The he had charge ot churches at Louisville e artistically dene brought suit far divorce lust March Welcome Madison Muddy Creek week the latter Hermitage near Kusliville-lastDancing began at 930 oclock and Maysville and Hopkinsville and belongs either to mi inMUVnce At lhd lime Ihtrlow ran a minstrel Funeral at Hopkins- Â¬ aged eighty one leaving two children for 25 yearo agent or a Government officer An troupe with Thacker rrimnse West everybody had everybody elses name place H A Col Andrew Jackson of WeacPfiiuti envelope and letter heads containing during which lime his wife and chil- Â¬ on his or her program an exquisite ville who was un aitillery otticer in tlie htt irl Iti can of Linden House Pulaski Teunes- - dren traveled with him Mr Barlow eight page bit of printing and gilding Elder J C McQuerry formerly of this war on the Southern side and made see James A P Skilimau Proprietor 1 beetMHeJentotw of Miss Kitty Hall of adorned with satin libbon and petite county but now of Yates Center vh6 a reputation and Mrs Dr John Law Â¬ GETrie t are among tlie papers Call at Tub Hall Bioodgoods burlesque troupe pencils is visiting his family and friends in this rence I l One son Samuel was Willed at l II I i U At midnight the entire party was State has just closed a weeks meeting Chickajnauga and leaving him brought suit for di- Â¬ Climax office Mrs Sarah Jackson She obtained an conducted to the great dining room at Republican church in the county now remenibered by iul few people vorce at Rochester I il r i i t n T i The Gas Well order directing her husband to pay her elsewhere in the Temple and a most with 37 additions He left on Tuesday was for four years or nearly foil ryeirsj s i I ft iT and bus now Boring continues engage tlie most prominent Jady S0 a month temporary alimony He tempting lunch was fouud more than for Estill county where he will ois the hmu iin in j r readied a depth of about eleven hun Â¬ could not pay it and was lodged in ample for tlie large number of partici Â¬ in another scries of meetings Lancas- Â¬ the mistres of the Wliitu House I ii i t dred feet Neither gas uur water of Ludlow Street Jail Mrs Barlow got pants The luuch was prepared by Miss ter Journal of Gei About the commencement hJm consequence has been struck The bar divorce April SOth and Bar Â¬ Emma Calk proprietor of tne Turner The South District Association of Bap Jacksons second termdiis adopted soli small pocket of gas found some days low was ordered to pay her 1500 a House doyn on Main street by the tists convened in eighty fifth annual ses Â¬ Andrew Jackson Jr marriedliss I t vJj 11 ago continues to fill the well suffi year alimony Barlow says business big church at which hotel the gentle Â¬ ayuiiug sion wiUi New Providence church in this Surah lurk of Philadelphia ceiitly to blaze up momentarily when a reverses left iiim without a dollar men from Madison all stopped Mis s of rgid Also- - aj county on Tuesday the 23rd and con- Â¬ lady uf accomplishments match is applied Another thousand Paris News Calk directed her numerous waiters in tinued in session three days J L Bruce faihily aud jgreat personaTf beauty y w feet and probably five hundred feel to such a skillful manner that everybody was elected Moderator andG R Waters The adopted son wlnj was a nephew that will be bored unless water or gas 31 was waited upon in the shortest possi- Â¬ F I Clerk There were twenty six churches of Mrs Jackson brought hii young is sooner fouud OnMpnday Selember 12tii Madi Â¬ ble manner and the lunch was pro represented showinc a membership of bride to the White Hpuse whereUe son Female Inslilule will- - opou for the uouncetl superb Heat Iteeortl The sessions of the body was received by the Puiideut- wiio Dancing continued until 5 oclock about 3oco says that Wm M Tay- Â¬ scholastic year A full and competent LThe costumes were exceedingly elabo were largely attended and were of unusual wus a widower Mrs Jacksoii liiiVlng An exeliange been employed died after his JirstkeIeqtion and before interest Danville Advocate lor of Lexington has kept nil accurate corj of teachers has rate and a happier time has not been She proved to he became President for fifteen Prof C P Williamson as President had since that royal old time when tlie report of the thermometer We dropped over at Versailles to the be a mostdevoleJ dauchler aud loving years He says the months of July and ami principal teacher heads the list fatted calf was killed meeting We heard close of Bro Barnes HagermanT A Ms for ten wife for Jieat Prof BC August are unprecedented There was not a crowd two discourses Ntms vfwrs at Bethany College and late- - of during the time he has kept his night Brb in afternoon but great jam at College is Professor of Latin Trost Saxtous orchestra made the B closed by saying he had quit asking for record He thinks that for two months Hamilton i and Greek Prof W D McCliutock music u i past tlie thermometer has averaged as confessions as he was impressed by the or lCliautauqua Uuiversiiy - The lioitest dity A M Hon Thomas Turner tho well general objection that too many persons i high as 09 degreewhen Lecturer in English M1h Conie D known former Richmond man could made no further effort He hoped all had on ids record is in August A ST0UY Anderson of Virginia live enrs Lady not conveniently attend the ball but tlie thermometer reached 105 impressed by his discourses to lead PriuciMil Female Institute Charlotti scut his wife two daughters and seven been Come- better lives and if they feel they would June2J tf Sale of Town Lots ville Teacher of History Rhetoric and sons five of the sous being on an aver to do so Paris read i itpi tntlslffil every person huscom Miss Nellie Gaugii of Lex Â¬ ago more than six feet tall and we honor the cause of Christ As Special Commiasioner in the case Grammar nty urueiit cjiII to call and settle Kcntuckian of Donelson against Ford Mr Henry ington Principal of Primary Depart Â¬ think the gentleman ought to be ex- Â¬ nccouuis that were ilue lastJilly There The new church at Woodbine is a large in nhiuit flirpo fiiurthiif ihem uunald CHargis will on Friday September ment with MI- Knlie V Payne of cused for non attendance commodious one peat and tastv and ib and I ii m ohi to treat idj alike and if I Miss Fannie 16ih sell publicly to tlie highest bidder Fayelte as assistant The Madison boys say they never Teacher of had as fine a time it ail their lives speaks for the enterprise and liberality J yuq want to suve bost you had tiestVall twenty eight lots in the town of Ford Lauder ol Lexington and pay upwlthuut waltiiitrrirhfiiti Â¬ on Kentucky Central Unit road at crdsS rMtheuialiwiudasiautJn Natural There were fifteen Cheuaults iu the of the citizens of that place It was ded- er notice tut ou willtlnfget it Hoji t i inn of Kentucky River The lots lieJ HipUiry and Latin Miss Annie Howell ball room and nine others who were icated free of debt and strange to relate Hijf you twill comply early 1 Itctnaiti as JJver no collection was taken up as s usually IS TUE AGENT AT KICHMOND KY FOR by the railroad1 of AfubHuiaf Art Ioflclier Mfss Mollie related to them in the corner formed i ij Jj LYTEK and tlie new turnpike that rims to Kyle of New York IVacherof Music A large number of spectators occupied tlie case on such occasions This is tlie j i - t v t l Ford is a live town Tile uififortnly excellent management tlio dress circle and gallery and look- Â¬ third church built in tliat village in a Boonesborough A time and they are now calling for iheretpfiirciobserved under tlie preslden ed on approvingly short with four large wills a fifth An tApn- main-taiyetwo hotels a churcii cyof ProY Williamson will be temptation As evidenced by the Club party in a school One gentleman offers to take a school a number of Stores etc Richmond so tlie Mt Sterling ball in- Â¬ 2000 stock in a college to be located if dicated that traius are more popular there Williamsburg Times After Thpu U HJIH Clei eland aEd Francis than heretofore For sometime a djvision lias existed in Deputy Cdlector W E varnou A St- - Louis telegram announces that Mr Hedden of tlie Gazette the Christian Church of this city in re- Â¬ says he intends to prosecute in f the UArKnrfiit Cleveland and wife i rill ami pres- Â¬ gard to the use of instrumental music in two reporters were S Court every man convicted nf eachjthat city on fcaiuruaj- uctooer ent fashion platiug the lady partici- Â¬ tlie church and Sunday school services laling the prohibition IuwsJn Uliilfand proceed immpiiiHtely to the pants Tlie Benliuel Democrat man A majority of the members were in faydr oountv il he finds that a case can be residence of Major D R Frauds had gone up to Rowan county to look of it while a large minority ivere cori- j made agamst him He has Ieady rliose gaftts they will be until tlio after Taylor Young scientiously opposed to it This diversity tn - r t n nr rni gotten out the papers agafust the Utvd Tollowlrig Jdmiday- - wiieii Ifiey will te The Moutgomey county people can of opinion culminated Sunday in tlie AXLE Kings Mountain Avhisky sellers in jail move to the Southern Hotel The St comb over to Richmond whenever withdrawal by letter of the following per- Â¬ BOD and they will likely be taken to Louis Louis KetfuWlcnirliie priuolrial Demo they find it convenient the bars are sons i A C BamwV and wife J W ville as soon as their fines nrejserved cratic newf paper of the West sumo down Hardinsr imd wife Jas Nelson and wife Mr Varnon lias investigated the base time ago suggested ClevehUnl and G W Proctor G M Proctor tanS jpel against Ed Hood and find that it Is Franci U8 tbeitiqket for 18S3 and this Bpwn W F Ncal and wife W M v A Card not sufficient to warrant a icuerai prosHarding and wife Mrs Nancy 0vseyj visit mny fead lo a con sum mall ou of We desire to express our thanks tb Mrs Lizzie Smith ecution Stanford Journal tliosalieme As Mayor Frnncis is n Jonathan TrowbrJdge fur the S Aatiye aiil former resident of- - Ricli- - J Speed Smith forAgenfpromptness Home W K Harding Misses Mamie and Mag Â¬ with gie Harding John G Locknane wife and the Thi Snm IIppb Ppfp mond it is probable that a good large Insurance Co s nr 1 tvliTolt ItfAi nfltostml J t I ntlrliwu mid Tinfff two daughters taaViug a total u -j---- ri atsiegimon wiw gowinfo ot of twenty u3 y We agree wlih lhe rblfisvllle Pst in same being paid within one week three persons Some tof these members subiiiiucd paragraph Eyungelisj see liuw me rresmeui nuu wnu wu 10 the from time of adjust meut will unite with the various churches in the Baruepreaching at MOreliead il kMadlsou county irtturs house The Respectfully j In progress county and others will form a separate real St Louis Fair will be not sooner comply gretsthat he did Material- LPSANrjEESCO congregation in this city It is probable fien L8Cigtupul rty even larger It Willi Craig Tolllvers invltatiph tovlslt pbUat I J Han the uneihat went Ito Mt Sterling ywniiiBWu3uauijrUu rwt tl WttIVinf lhi flncra ttmiRfi ivill h ftecurpd for that place and exclaims - BhlnAl ttm jB T rM ft Att t i i rawhne until other anihgeinenU can be could have been here before tlial fatal rwe ae mr uieveiuuu ami x j proceed to choicest hrauda fresh from the mnr- - made Services will be held pext Sunday i TliU powJt neper Tnrlo A nio jyolror i r riiar tnsfr his Tne Presidential parly will - v 4 a Lti vi tiitim nr ii iiic it ji doing4 hets at Trlbble Blount It at 1 1 AM at tlie residence of Eld J purily ttrengUi and vrholewmeness Slore tcoiomlcatJhan tlie Ontlntry KuH anil liri ri vlrtvvfTMMiiieveuUitlafi - Madison Wisconsin where Uity Will Cannot UevOld In corapcUtlwl ttjtlitiiq mul Harding Winchester Democrats exlremelv fortunate thing for Ken- he the guest of Secretary Vilns thence titudes or low test sliortrelaluuluin ofpjios Insure your property with Greenleaf J nlmte TKiwdorsr StfltS only In tnus UnVAL iimtr flmf lm mountain cxhorter had to Nashville Tennessee wherq tltey BAXiNOiowBKit Va olOSt WU St t y Crooke the leading rire insurauco Patroiifze elsewhere on will be the guests of Senator ilowell t Brooks the druggist aniri pressing engagements Tuns j tf J 81 aug 2t agents of tlio city JrillC52 tf irv 1 n Juoksou that fateful occasion THE JbBVIAX Titt as Jp Z cMkSjc L -- Ei Ej -- Z Kyrf3nanth m 1 -- j-- - 1 TO it 1 IN RICHMOND - L SWEEPIHGREDUCTIOHS THE PRICES OFF THE - ierouii SCOURING Â¬ thFpalace D RT GOODS USE CLOTHE fe Ai SHOE OF-In r drcssIuR--LjuisvilIfriru- thn Closing Out the Old to Make Boom for the New at Arnolds Building next door to Stouffers Clothing House M - MINUTH LOUiVslLLE STORE Â¬ EVERYTHING THAT PERTAINS MER GO0tS IN THE WAY Largest Store Largest Stock AM Lowest Prices Will be pleased to have you call and convince yourself that GOODS can be bought as cheap as in any city as very few are able to compete with me buying and selling for Â¬ DRY OOD BOOTS SHOES -- cash only -- OARFlSTS DRY GOODS STQTIOXiJS c iliim teBlLS5 i The Miis are so W llSLuStLiHig it 1 n IT n If jrou want some STftENGS of them come early I must have the room The price will tell at LOUISVILLE STOEE T SHOEB Juij 2 r Anil Fiiriisllii GOODS K J3 STRUMS I ii S Aj I S k Â¬ 1 Li Li U Us - just received and opened I M a large 1 stock of East Trenton well selected Decorated Dinner and I 01 10 AFTER 1 1 jTa Sets and Toilet Articles all lands and styles largflldtof Glassware and Water Sets of July 1 87 -- - lifers Silfer Plit Mires anil Forte I WILL- - Continue to Sell at ll That Vill True T all kinds of Canned Goods --A GREA- T- REDUCTION MY EFTIEE STOCK OP - 1 TM SEAS CLOTHING -d ar -- g The re ibout closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 ol them 110 TIB1UI WEB3TEK FARM VAGONS tanifacture all styles and which they offer at sizes THE CELEBEATED FOE GASH -- UNTIL IT IS- - f CLOSED OUT TIME TO CHEAP YOU CAN BUY CLOTHING Ee ure and Give Â¬ 1 - ESPECIALLY LOW PEIG1S - 1 POWDI EB Absolutely Pure Efapiis The Best farritBu For One Year The Easiest Terms r- - 1 1 1 1 - L -- Call omMiv Pope and examine the you soi svagotis Doiit buy before A Call If want a Bargain j- - Â¬ -- Hi JJ tr ummWffl co -- mw j sY June 28 tf N is - Xj jl jl iii XwiiiSSTDrDTs OFFICE above Second -- Professional Oarcls KNIGHTS OF IIOXOU THE TOTAL VOTE SEVEN TO F0UK Courier Journal DISCIPLES OF NIHILISM rowerfot Secret Organizations Conapos4 of All Sorts of Pcopte The recent desperate attempt upon the life of the Russian Czar which took place on or near the very spot on the Hewsty Prospect where his father wai murdered six years ago shows that the desperate spirit which prompted that net still survives This is the fourth or fifth time at least within five years that the present Czars life has been threatened and there is probably no one of his immense number of subjocU who leads a more thoroughly anxioui Che would be assassins as on Ufa previous occasions were found to be long to the vast and secret society of the Nihilists a society which has long been the terrov of the palace and oi peaceable Russian subjects everywhere Some of the leaders were promptly ai rested They were found to be not from the lower or ignorant classes o society but military officers university students and men and women too of good education and social position Even a policeman was found to be con IN THE HOLY CITY JeruÂ¬ J C MORGAN Amity Lodge No 515 K of H meets everly Friday evening in Odd Fellows GOVERNOR Hall at 7 oclock W B BENNY Dictator S B Buckncr Main street two tloors James Teyis Reporter W O Bradley june22 tf F T Fox Jr CIIURCH DIRECTORY A H Cardin D D S At the recent election in this 143270 120476 State the Democrats carried seven 8404 Congressional districts and the 4484 16794 3906 BAPTIST Cane Spring Calvinist 1st Saturday 5 OFFIUE Mam street over Madi Â¬ son National Batik Richmond Ky and Sunday Pastor Rev William Ru june 22 tf pard Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and M POYNTZ Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson Hays Fork 3rd Sunday arid preceding BURGEON PHYSICIAN AND Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday OFFICE Second street over Mndl Pastor T L Lawson juue22tf bou County Dnig Store Saturday Kirksville Brick Church and Sunday Pastor Rev J A James G EVANS M D Republican 2nd Saturday and Sunday SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN and Sunday after 4th Saturday Pastor OFFICE Second street over Madi Â¬ Rev son County Drug Store juue22tf Richmond 1st aitd 3rd Saturdays and Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each TAYLOR DR Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night Pastor Rev Practitioner in Mediolne nml Surgery Richmond Predestinarian Services 2nd RICHMOND KY Saturday and Sunday and 4th Sunday OFFICE Hecond street over Madi Â¬ Pastor Rev E II Burnam june22tf son County Drug Store Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev B S Hunting M Union 1st Saturday and following Sun- Â¬ MAIN STREET day Pastor Rev John G Pond Viney Fork 4th Saturday and Sunday Next Door to Luxons Up Stairs Pastor Rev J A James June Mf Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sun- Â¬ day Pastor Rev Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ Offers his professional services to the vices 3rd Saturday and following Sunday public and in each month at 1 1 oclock A Office same as Bennetts law office also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor over Hemdons drug store Elder M Uampbell upstairs corner of Mnin and Second streets july27 ly CATHOLIC Richmond Ky Richmond Sen ices 1st and 3rd Sun DR U C AMBROSE Pastor Rev Father days 10 A M Haley FORD KY DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the af- Â¬ Flat Woods 3rd Boards at Mr J C Lnckey s Saturday Pastor Sunday and preceding ternoon Elder J C Walden June 22 tf PastorEld J W Harding 5U1 Sunday Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ D W T SEXSMITH Elder Colier AND SURGEON day Pastor2nd Sunday and preceding PHYSICIAN Kirksville Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph Ballew WHITE HALL KY Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sundays and 04ere his professional services to the preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 patMic aug17 lyr A M Pastor Elder B C Hegerman Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and DR J FAIN Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor Elder L H Reynolds UNION CITY KY Richmond Services every Sunday at Ofleres his professional services to Sunday school 11 A M and 730 P M tle pubiie A M Prayer meeting Wednes- Â¬ Aug 17 tf at 930 Otfiee at Joe Gentrys day evenings 715 Pastor Prof W D McClintock Hardin W Bright A M H D Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur day Pastor PHYSICIAN and SURGEON White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor RICHMOND KY Elder L H Reynolds OFFICE Second street over Madi EPISCOPAL txm County Drug Store Richmond Protestant Services every 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 derstands the thorough use of the P M Pastor Rev W Y Sheppard Microscope and Chemistry as applied METHODIST to examinations of tissued and fluid of the human body I only mention M E College Hill 1st this for honest protection My signa- Â¬ Sunday morning Centenary and 4th Sunday morn- Â¬ to each examina Â¬ ture will be attached meeting every al ing and night Prayer 23mchly tion ternate Wednesday night Sunday school every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F Grider M E South 2nd SunCollege Hill At Law day moming and night Prayer meeting every alternate Wednesday night SunRICHMOND KY day school every Sunday morning Pas Â¬ Special attention given to abstracting tor Eld D II Mammon titles to lauds in EitMern Kentucky Kirksville Pastor Rev S W Peeples Ofliee in Climax building S E Pastor Providence every Sunday Main and Secoud Streets up Corner Rev H B Cockrell 22 tf June stairs Richmond South Services every Sun- Â¬ day at 11 A M and 7 P M PastorRev BURNAM W E Arnold Buckuers plurality- Bucbnera majority- LIEUT GOVERNOR DR J James V Bryan Matt ODoherty Wm L Gordon O N Brndburn - 142277 121960 7734 5517 Republicans four The majority in each Congressional district is shown in the following table The Labor ticket cut no figure except in the Sixth district where it polled a considerable vote FIRST DISTRICT Â¬ Brynns plurality- Bryans majority ATTORNEY QENETAI Democratic vote 20317 Republican vote 7uoo Democratic majority- 143075 123473 SECOND DISTRICT 14346 7418 6938 12449 9749 2700 11378 13759 2381 13730 11882 1848 12855 9950 2905 12139 7034 3846 5105 1259 W A T Wood Joshian Harris- - P V Hardin Democratic vote 7720 Republican vote - T J Hardins plurality Hardins majority TREASURER 16602 118S2 Democratic majority THIRD DISTRICT James W Tate i At XV i George Smith x ur AJj a 143359 jooUo7 QJ1 Democratic vole Republican vote - - 5566 Republican majority FOURTH DISTRICT DR JOHN FOSTER Tales plurality Tates majority R D Davis A T Henderson- John McMurty - 20300 Democratic vote 7043 Republican vote - AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS Fayette Hewitt DR PHIL ROBERTS Democratic majority 143703 FIFTH DISTRICT 123280 7656 Democratic vote 5542 Republican vote eJUio Democratic majority SIXTH DISTRICT Hewitts plurality Hewitts Majority Joseph D Pickett S D Pinkertou SUPERINTEDENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION D W Stevensou- R M McBeatu - Democratic vote 143510 Republican vote Uulou vote 123437 7712 Democratic plurality 4530 Picketts plurality Picketts majority REGISTER LAND OFFICE Democratic majority 20073 7831 143332 SEVENTH DISTRICT Democratic yote Republican vote K T H Corbett T J Tiusiey J D Barbee Uatio Henry - 122029 7727 5533 T 21303 Corbetts plurality Corbetts majority 8043 From these figures despite the supposed unpopularity of the Hewitt revenue Bill Gen Fayette Hewitt the author of the bill ran Â¬ way ahead of the Democratic ticket by the following vote More than Gen Buckner 433 than James Biyan 1426 than Gen Hardin G2S- - James W Tate 344 than Joseph D Pickett 193 than Corbett 471 Corbetts plurality and majority over his opponents were the greastest The constitutional vote though carried without a doubt is in such condition that it cannot be made up yet for a week or more It is an immense task to tabulate the vote as it has been returned THE SLAYER OF JESSE JAMES ILas Vegas N 31 correspondent City Times PARRISH TURNER Attorneys Â¬ Kansas Â¬ Attorney at Isawj RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Bur OFFICE with C F june 22 tt narn on First Street E T PRESBYTERIAN Bethel Meeting House 2nd and 5th Sundays Formans Chapel 4th Sunday Kirksville 1st and 3rd Sundays Pastor RevWm Crow Richmond South Services every Sun- Â¬ P M Prayer day 11 A M and meeting every Wednesday night Pastor Rev H Glass Richmond North Services 11 AM RICHMOND KENTUCKY and 3 1 M Pastor OFFICE on Fin t street same as Silver Creek Chapel l6t and 3rd Sun formerly occupied by Couuty Judge days oct6 ly Miller Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 1030 A Attorney at Law Attorney at Iaw RICHMOND KY Office on Second street J A SULLIVAN JOE S BRONSTON Sunday school 3 P M M and 4 P M Pastor Rev L H Ulanton D D 31ADIS0N COUNTY DIRECTORY CIRCUIT CO URT Garnett House next door to june 22 tf Attorney at Law Office T J SCOTT Judge J R Morton Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brons ton Master Commissioner J R Burnam Clerk W H Miller COMMON RICHMOND KY on Second Street june ILEAS COURT S E I saw Bob Ford the murderer of Jesso James at Las Gerrillos a mining town near here recently He is penniless or about so his blood money having been exhaust- Â¬ ed long since by riotous living He is a hanger on of saloons and gambling dens and manages somehow to make a living He is cordially detested by the people and miners generally who them- Â¬ selves often very rough in ways and deeds are too brave to do the cowardly trick that removed Jesse James irom earth He is alone in all the desolate sense of the word and it will always be so Dick Liddell is also here but he is reformed and is receiving the assistance and moral encouragement of well disposed people He is a nice looking man very much unlike the brutal Ford in appearance actions and words He married a woman of the town who also reformed and the people helped them to Btart on the right road Â¬ Â¬ 15373 10515 ous The Nihilists moreover do not seem Democratic majority 4858 to be a single compact and united or-Â¬ ganization bat to compose a great EIGHTH DISTRICT Democratic vote 13682 number of societies the purposes and Republican vote 14266 methods of which widely differ from each other Some of thcie societies Republican majority- 584 arc moderate and patriotic They do not wish to bring about anarchy They NINTH DISTRICT desire to get rid of the galling and Democratic vote 14507 dreary despotism of the Czars and their Republican vote 13835 Government and to obtain by means Democratic majority 672 of a constitution like those of other European nations the political freedom TENTH DISTRICT of the Russian people There are also Democratic vote 12841 other societies which are constantly Republican vote 14300 engaged in plots to commit nets of Republican majority 1459 murder incendiarism and other deeds of violence They are composed of ELEVENTH DISTRICT licry and desperate spirits who arc Democratic vote 11289 ready and seem indeed almost eager Republican vote 13 802 to sacrifice their lives in order to attain their bloody purposes Republican majority 2573 The Czar lives in constant dread of these desperate conspirators He never goes abroad except under the It will be observed that the Re- Â¬ escort of a strong guard Ilis palaces publicans polled their heaviest are constantly watched by spies and vote in the the Tenth district but secret emissaries If he travels every got their greatest majority in the foot of the railway or road over which Eleventh district The heaviest he is to pass is under the survcillanco Democratic vote was cast in the of gendarmes and police almost with- Â¬ Seventh district but the First dis- Â¬ in speaking distance of each otiier Â¬ minute precaution is in trict gave the largest Democratic Everyto hold his person safe taken the deed from majority In the Eighth district attacks of the secret and resolute which gave tne Republican ticket enemies who are known to be always 584 majority the usual Demo- Â¬ at hand watching their chance Every cratic majority is about 1500 and day of his life is embittered by the it would be almost impossible dread of a sudden attack which may for the Republicans to carry it in come at any moment in some unex- Â¬ a Congressional election At any pected way and from some unthought quarter rate as long as Hon James B of This the penalty the Czar McCreary wants to represent that pay for is absoluteness of his has to the rule district in Congress he will see to Cruelty injustice tyranny raise a host it that it always rolls up a Demo- Â¬ of unseen enemies who under such a cratic majority Government can find or at any rate The Ninth district which has will employ no other outlet than vio- Â¬ never been represented by a lence for their discontent Such a Democrat gave a Democratic ma- Â¬ state of things can only bo brought to an end to take jority at the recent election of 672 a share by allowing the peoplePolitical in the government That district has always been freedom affords a safety valve for the carried by the Democrats in State utterance of disaffection So long as and Presidential elections but the Czar remains a despot Nihilism or the local factions in the party somo sort of secret and dangerous have prevented the election of a combination will continue to exist Youths Companion Democrat to Congress Â¬ - cerncd in the plot This is a striking feature of the Rus sian revolutionary movement In most countries conspirators against the state have been unlearned and usually poor men who have had nothing to lose by anarchy and who imagine that they havo much to gain thereby But in Russia the Nihilists seem to belong almost altogether to the upper and middlo classes The great mass of the Russian peasants still venerate the Czar as if he were a being more than mortal They would regard the raisÂ¬ ing of a murderous haml against him as worse than sacrilege It is in the universities in the wealthy country houses in the palaces of nobles in the quarters of army officers that Nihilism seems to be most rife and most danger Â¬ V Bishop Wattorson of Columbus O who is horo after a protracted trip to Ihe continent and to tho Holy Land gives his experience in Jerusalem Ho fcays After spending nearly a month nt Rome I landed at Alexandria and left Egypt filled with feelings of intenso eagerness to ba among tho historic Lauding at scenes of the Holy Land Jaffa I journeyed to Jerusalem whero I venerated nt sacred places both in nnd around the Holy Citv I said mass in tho Chapel of tho H dy Scpulchor and was obliged to sleep in the church all night to be able to do so as Tnrk ish soldiers closo it at certain hours in the evening and will not allow any one to enter until a certain hour in tho morning I then- went on Samiria to Nazareth through taking country routos everywhere one misses otherwiso for The many very interesting localities only evidence of modern civilization I conld see in tho Holy Land was a tele-Â¬ graph running between Jaffa and Jeru Othorwiso tho salem nnd Nazareth country is just as it was two thousand years ago as far as progress is con- Â¬ Children nnd grown peoplo cerned wear tho same cut clothes and every Â¬ seo maidons where one could dressed just as we aro familiarized with pictures of the Virgin Mary On one occasion I telegraphed to Nazareth for horses whero they aro less used and therefore fresher than at Jerusalem- After four days tho horses came in charge of a dragoman who had formally been a Bsdomn but who has for some years been a convert He was a very good fellow but too anxÂ¬ ious to spare his horses to satisfy my notions I was continually obliged to keep in tho lead in order to press on One day I said to him I seo now why you becamo a Christian yon aro too slow to be a good Badouin Ho laughed and said nothing but on tho last day of our journey from Mount Carrael to Nazareth when I was push- Â¬ ing on to get under shelter beforo nightfall he said You told me tho other day that I becamo a Christian because I was too slow to make a good Bedouin All that I have to say is that I could make as good a Bedouin as you do a bishop I appreciated the retort none tho less because it took him so long to con- Â¬ sider it What were jour most striking ob-Â¬ servations in the Holy Land Ah that would take a book to tell sighed the Bishop It is impossible to convert the people from Moham- Â¬ medanism under the present form of government The Turks aro as watch- Â¬ ful to day as they were three hundred years ago All the converts havo either to be taken under iramedinto protection or sent off to France or Italy There can be no progress in any form for the Holy Land until the TurkÂ¬ ish Government is got rid of It would never have existed wero it not for the apathy of Christian nations Russia is very desirous of possessing 1alostinc and she is making more headway there than any nation Tho sisterhood which has obtained a footing in the Holy Land is growing in in- Â¬ fluence Mohammedans and Jews alike attend their schools but tho nuns are not allowed to teach religion During my whole four weeks in tho Holy Land I could see nothing to indi- Â¬ cate that this cradle of Christianity en- Â¬ joyed ever so slight a share of its in - IVliat an American Isistiop Saw In salem and Vicinity SEEDS GRASS AND FIELD Largest nnd most complete flock In Oenin1 Kentucky Our tnolto Best Qmil t and con istent Price DOUGLAS NOTICE July 1st are Oht accounts fw M87 reaily and these wwi are tmit btet t us will please 8flH am fettle t nttee 0iVJNTOK ARNOLD A Bk N B Tlwee who we m fir will fftve eofet by enJIlHjr t oree C A A Km Julyfi tf Loet 77 and 79 W Main St Lexington Ky P CARROLL dec22Iyr REAL ESTATE E B WALLACE AND INSURANCE J SPEED SMITH Agent RICHMOND KY Fells rents or exehaimes till kinds of Real Estate on reasonable terms and represents lirvt claw Fire and Life In- Â¬ surance Companies Office in J C Lyters Clothing Store june22 tf CONTRACTOR Is prepared to do all kinds of BUILDING AND CONTRACT WORK I D -- KIHEIF DEALER IN FINE- - It prepared to supply his customers The Suteher AT THE MOST Reasonable ami in the beet manner Rates Whiskies Brandies Steaks Fork Sausage and Mutton AT with the best Wines Cigars june E3 THE LO WEST PRICES june2lf He is a thoroughly educated Carpenter and builder ami those contemplating building will do well to secure an estimate from him Office at his residence on Hallie Irvine Street July22 tf c First Street RichmondKy 22 tf FOR A GOOD SALE I A an A3SFTEE CHICKEN Cholera Cure O STOCK OF MERCHANDISE GENERAL at the best country stand in Mad- Â¬ We will be glad to ison county show the stock to any one wishing HIGGIXS ELLIS to buy Silver Creek Kj jun22tf W L DOUGLAS Tho 3 t a 8 cgJiFr r J fifca K9B aj- onlr 83 SEAMLESS Shoe in the vrorltl warranted uDercss Button and Lace all styles toe As eV Illimi 4UJ11 uuioun 5CjS rJ s those eottlar S or V o iwirrrcTAS iv iHBExi f 1 StJiO StIOK the SS Slices adver tised Dy otber onus excels W s Oit3 sss 1 iIHU -- e Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made and to be con- Â¬ vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded aug 21 ly Â¬ Â¬ rs it Mmmm Mustang ummm Sciatica ss irn a Lanljago BhetiTnatJTn SeraUkss Spraiai Coatratd Xiudc Eruptions Hoe Ail Strain Stitches StiSJmato Boys an wear the TV If your dealer does not keen them nend your name on postal to W I DOUGLAS Brockton Mast 5 FXm m4 in IMJWlMrfHtknN I- - DOUGLAS 83 SHOE Bnrnsi SealdJ Stiags Bites BrutMS BtckciM Galls Scire Woras Swiaaey june 22 tf Sent Sfavm Cracks SaidbQaEj Pils BY Bunions Corns KEEPCOOL John Dykes will furnish ice to the citi- Â¬ zens of Richmond and vicinity this season Now is the time to make contracts for de Â¬ livery 1 lis headquarters are at the grocery store of J E Dykes on North Second St apr 13 tf aecofspMshts for eer j body eaactty what lela m 1 forlt Oae of the reaMBttfK Mm sjzest popular the Itajtaas Tlnlnnnf ts ftassnttaits aiyiml applicability Bwybxlr mi srrh a medk iy The Lumberman necia Htm ease of nccHear Th e Ilonacwtfe noeots H for uwwralf mly n Th e Cannier needs It for his tenons and bis men nlwaas on his w -- i Tho Mechanic needs beach The Miner needs Kin caw and bis stock yard nor-e-fanel- er THIS CCOD OLD STAJiD heritance When in Jerusalem Bishop Wattor Â¬ son and another prelate assisted the Patriarch of Jorusalcm in the ceremony of tendering to tho young Prince of Naples tho Crown Princo of Italy a religious reception inco tho Holy City which tho young man according to ancient custom entered on foot It was a great sight an immense proces- Â¬ sion of monks and tho religioii3 ac-Â¬ companying tho Patriarch and tho Bishops London Cor N Y Herald THE SUMAC FAMILY Beautiful Flants Which Sometimes Attain a llelcht or Thirty leet The staghorn sumac is so called from tho young growth being covered with a detiso velvety brown hair like tho newly grown horns of the stag It is the largest of our native sumacs some- Â¬ times attaining a height of thirty fuot and a diameter of a foot We sec it growing in groups and masses along roadsides in pastures and among young birch growths The foliage is so luxuriant that the branches aro hid Â¬ den from sight especially on a new and vigorous growth and in orna- Â¬ mental grounds such a growth should always he kept up by occasional severe pruning This and tho smooth sumac r glabra are among the earliest of our native shrubs to color in the autumn and they will retain their foliage with its brilliant colors for quite a long season Tho smooth surmae grows from three to twelve feet in height and is similar to i typhna in appearanco tho now growth however is covered with a whitish bloom that easily rubs off leav Â¬ ing a smooth and glossy surface There is in cultivation a cut leaf variety of this species the fcrnlcaf sumac It is a very graceful and fine- Â¬ ly cut leaf and makes a pleasing addi Â¬ tion to a group of shrubs Tho dwarf or mountain sumac r copallina will grow from ono to six feet in height the foliage is glossy and dark green whilo that of the two pre Â¬ ceding is a dull green the stem be Â¬ tween the leaflets is winged whilo that of the other species is smooth It is not found so common as its large growing relatives occasional clumps are found along roadsides and in pastures Tho autumn colorings are exceedingly bril- Â¬ liant tho gloss on tho surface of tho leaves bringing out the tints like a coat of varnish This is one of tho prettiest of the genus Tho fragrant snmae r aromatica is quite distinct from tho other varieties named both in habit flowers and foliage It forms a rounded spread Â¬ ing shrub with slender flexible branches covered in early spring with tufts of bright yellow flowers and in summer with thrco parted leaves approaching in outlino those of tho poision ivy r toxicodendron but not poisonous Tho leaves tnrn to a brilliant hno in autumn It really isde sirablo for tho lawn or border as it does not throw up troublesome offsets and in ao open sitiuation makes a neat and well clothed shrub Vieks Maga-Â¬ zine Tho Tipping System According to information which I rc gard as reliable tho family grocer butcher and baker who does not ex Â¬ tend occasional small favors to tho do Â¬ mestic finds himself in the same fix as tho tho horse shoor who who declines to tip the coachman Although it scorns hard that such grievous things can be it would not appear hard for servants who are ntrustcd with the purvoying for largo families to reduce tho tradesÂ¬ man to a complete state of subjection What conld bo easier than forasorvant to relinquish a butcher who refuses to comply with tho general custom How simple a matter for Iho servant who has not biten subsidized to spoil a good Pianos and Organs Steinway Sons Hazleton Bros Christie TbclIaDcernedstt cantaaaSaBswUiia Tne Farmer needs K la Ma fcoaao has uaU The Steamboat man or the Cnniwr It In liberal sapfiy afluataxt linirf Bowks J BoIbhh nr New England and other Pianos Chicago Cottage Organs PIANOS AXI 0 KUANS FOIt IIENT Rent applied as part payment Commercial College successive in three Write For Prices akd Terms LUKE U MILWARD and 10 W Main St Lexington Ky June 22 tf S Cheapest Best Business College in the World CoHr nicheat Honor nl 614 Hedal orrr n World CxpotlUoa r Sjilra of Book keenue aj 8000 Ormdnatea In General llatlneoo Education employed of Fnli llaalaeM 10 Taebr ltnAlneaa Cot Cfume Indmdlm Taltten 8lmtfoay 8hrt irand Trpe Writinr ft TtlecropnT bmIUm Jec 2o Vacation Xntrr Sow OrlntoGrmnloedSceio Ky Islington HrcaUriilrtiiWUarltSniUBrrtrt june 22 tf ffiSSS onbt it U hb best The friend and safest reliance The StoeU crotrer boo Mm win sarc ni thousands of dollars aad a wM of Irble Tbe Kallreid man eds Hand waneedu v lac r longashlsllfeUaromdofsecidentsacd The UnekwoodsniaH nowtstt There Is Idee H as aa aatMote for tha dangers to L limb and comfort which ssmnad the pioneer Tho Merchant needs K abort bis store aT n bis employees Aertdents will happen and w n these come tbe Kostaag Uatasest Is wonted at one Keep a Bottle lathe Ilonse TJa th best of economy Keep a Bottle in tho Factory Its tsnme llstc nso In case of accMeat saras para and loss of wases use Keep a Bottle Alirnya In the Stable for irhca wanted juit2tf 22 tf C S Attorney atKYLaw RICHMOND Office ou Second POWELL Street Judge T J Scott Master Commheioner Clerk W II Miller TIME OF HOLDING COMMON Scott PACIFIC RAILROAD PROSECUTION campaigns The Eleventh district appears to be pretty reliably Republican though Gen Frank Wolford it he keeps his health will probablv defeat Judge Finley in that district next year If Wolford is unable to run Gov Hindman will make the race and it is believed he can be elect- Â¬ POWER OF A VOTER TLEAS COURT First Monday in January 1st Monday in June and 3rd Monday in October TIME OF HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in March and Septem- - Cleveland Plain Dealer june 22 tf Quarterly Court fourth Monday in counties ana in the Court or Apjeals January April July and the 2nd Monday Master Commissioners in October Office In office over Circuit Clerks office County Court of Claims 2nd Monday June 22 tf in July County Court first Monday in each month LOCAL DIRECTORY TIME OF HOLDING CITY COURT COUNTY OFFICERS LODGE DIRECTORY Law Attorney atand adjoining Will practice in Madison A J REED ber TIME OF QUARTERLY HOLDING COUNTY COURT AND First Saturday in every month County Judge J C Clienault County Clerk Thomas Thorpe County Attorney J A Sullivan Sheriff N B Deatherage Jailor George W Maupin Coroner Alexander Norris Surveyor B F Crooke Assessor John W McPherson Supt Public Schools Mrs Amanda Million CITY MASONIC Richmond Lodge No 25 meets nd and 4th Tuesday in each month J SPEED SMITH W M B J Nkwlon Secretary Chapter No 16 meets yd Tuesday in each month W F FRANCIS H P D P Armer Secretary RickmoRd R A RICHMOND COMMAKDERY NO IQ officers C Rice A J Reed G Dunn Regular meeting first Tuesday in each month Visiting Sir Knights are courte- Â¬ ously invited to attend J SPEED SMITH Eminent Commander D P Armer Recorder Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirksville meets Saturday evening before the full moon in every month T E SHANKS W M J M Smith Secretary Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston meets Saturday evening belore the lull moon in every month JAMES M BOEN W M J C Witt Secretary City Judge H City Attorney City Collector City Clerk R R A Barlow CITY TOLICE J D Feeney and J A Mershon CITY COUNCIL J D Mitchell Mayor First Ward J Stone Walker Second Ward G W Evans Third Ward Owen McKec Fourth Ward J W Caperton JUSTICES OF THE PEACECONSTABLESAND PLACES AND TIMES OF HOLDING COURT t MONTHS FEBRUARY MAY AUGUST AND NOVEMBER Richmond District No 1 D P Armer Waco Lodge No 338 at Waco meets at Court House 3rd Wednesday Wm Saturday in every month 4th 1st Saturday Willis at Court House D G MARTIN W M Lyman Parrish Constable W T Fiblder Secretary Foxtown District No 2 G B Million 3rd Monday Richmond John D Hamilton Lodge No 578 at at Kings Store Buffalo school house Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every Kanatzar in Chenault Constable 4th Saturday J S month JOHN HILL W M Hon Union District No 3 Albertis Parks John G Taylor Secretary at Union City 1st Saturday John A MONEY Darnel Boone Lodge No 454atFox Turpin at Doylesville 2nd Saturday R CONGRESSIONAL EIGHTH DISTRICT neels 3rd Saturday in every month N Lanter Constable -REPUBLICAN W M ORD OLDHAM Elliston District No 4 Wm Benton - krer Secretary The seven central banks of at Waco and Saturday John W town Moores at Waco 3rd Saturday Charles Europe held at a late date 572 -SAN t IlnM irMl Oldham Constable The Republicans carry the 765000 worth of gold and 457 Jacob H S- hjmSj w M Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at 745000 worth of silver against Eighth Cohgressial District by 584 Leeland D Kingston 4th Saturday Berea Lodge No 617 594740000 gold and 425637 majority The majorities in each Maupin at Speedwell 3rd Wednesday 1st Saturday Wm M JVDA Constable e Young 000 silver on July 1 1886 There county are as follows J C- - Davis Secretary Bradley Boyle 33 Garrard trict No 6 James M Wood is a galnof 32108000 silver and n 316 Jackson 714 Laurel 505 Muruay I 0 0 F John tx a loss of 22775000 gold The Geob 1st Saturday Madison Lodge No M I OO F Glade L- present holdings ot 457745000 Lincoln 35 Owsley 467 Rock- Â¬ meets every Monday night at Odd Fellow s at Berea 3r2 u Total 2358 M Cotton Lof silver certainly constitute a castle 228 JfelLon Main Street -lowavaat Whites Biickner Anderson 396 Jes- Â¬ nder rather solid stake in the principal M B ARBUCKLE N G R G Ballard Constable Miancial institutions of the world samine 221 Madison 119 Mer- Â¬ L J Frazee Secretary Kirksville District No 7J Alex- Saturday at Kirksville 2nd further departures adverse cer 151 Shelby 450 Spencer Boone Encampment N040 meets every f Ray at Kirksville 3rd Saturday J lu p silver money More- - 437 Total 1774 first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows Fowler tosiauje silver in 1886 on Main Street Richmond Ky againb- Hall Poosey District jfo 8 J N Hcndren W L FARLEY C P Kv 35000- - r Do you wont pure drugs and the best Store 3rd Monday VJu Am to the use o at Cottons -L J Frazee Scribe Store 3rd Friday over the coinage nt of nranas oi jooaccosnsna cigars xcu Chandler at Reasons can rind them at T J Brooks exceeded kaX of gold Uniform Degree Camp No S D Carpenter Constable Richmond luness tf Million District No 9 J M Long at 000 and exceeded he outp Thursday in each month 3 reet second Stapps Store 3rd Tuesday A B New at Odd Fellow Hall 210 by at Holmans Store 3rd Saturday the worlds mines by R A BARLOW Captain 000 James A Harvey Constable Frazee Clerk J-Ual--tio-- ecute the Pacific railroad managers who have insolently defied the Government and disregarded the rights of the people it is only proposing to do what the people have long been convinced ought to be done That there has been crooked financiering in connection with the management of these roads nobody has much if any doubt and that vast personal fortunes have been made while the roads themselves have been loaded down with debts upon which not even the interest has boon paid is a matter of notoriety Investigation into the affairs of these roads has been difficult as all sorts of obstacles have been put in the way of every attempt to get at the truth and the magnates of the roads have openly and impudently refused to answer questions relative to their operations and the management of the roads Nevertheless enough has been elicited to establish a presumption of crookedness and to justify a more searching inquiry into the affairs of these roads with a view to bringing to justice all men great and small identified with any unlawful proceedings in connection with their management If the Government has evidence enough to justify pros ecution the wealth and high standing and political influence of these men ought not to save them It would be a very excellent thing for the country if a few of these millionaire robbers could be brought to justice Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is indeed true that the Government is preparing to pros- bs elected there is somewhat Â¬ If it Hcnres Showing the Belatlre Inflaenca of Votes in tho Different States In the general election of 1884 the total number of votes cast in the coun- Â¬ try was 10018061 Tho number of Senators is 76 and the number of Rep Â¬ resentatives is 325 With these num- Â¬ bers and the total vote of each State ed The Republicans seem to have in this election the following table has in figures strong grip on the Third district been computed givewhich the power of a of the columns relative and the outlook for a Democrat to votes in the different States dis- Â¬ Alabama Arkansas Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia HllnoU California Colorado FRIHTIH G Kiiicsipmnefi r gr3yvyT3yyryy-g-Z5ggy-rt-y BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest ltoute FKOII alimfrar Jxmurj sM - dpriL igggga 3al3 SrtotfT T St 11 h t Iw t niu T r a Itlrr oiao wTjra couraging The Tenth district is a doubtful one Taulbee has car- Â¬ ried it very handily in the last two elections but it is rumored that he will not again be a candi- Â¬ date If he does not run Matt Adams is the only available candidate the Democrats have Adams is very much disinclined to re enter politics on his own ac- Â¬ count but he could not refuse to lead his party in a Congressional contest if the nomination was offered him Â¬ Senator-- Sepraen- - Pretblen- tative ial tial yovecr power potrer 55 65 M 105 68 199 86 439 1 CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO AM POINTS iiSlh t 100 f iv I l NrM in a 5- iH nmin 113 9 T 6 s IS WMM gngnst Jttrazrj 6 7 13 14 40 31 29 S3 33 TO SO IS Indiana Iowa Kaosas Kentucky Louisiana Malno Maryland Massachusetts Minnesota Mississipp- iMissouri Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New York North Carolina Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina Tennessee Texas Vermont Virginia West Virginia Wisconsin Ohio Oregon MlcMgan 92 20 27 35 00 43 121 102 71 41 S3 70 110 SO 9tJ 86 29 26 40 65 31 33 40 27 SO S3 41 43 44 100 67 84 S3 30 SS North East West and Southwest past 2iits BETWEEN No i Ex San Dally No 8 fWWS 3WjWy C I IS - iMrj454a34a5aaS 93P 7 l io 34sit345Hd o I fnndr 1 n ii x9 IS 3P Xsanshrr J-J 13 7 3IM J aa obrbSbef 4 S 1 H T rt m i h8 Wi5 9 n i n M ojii 51 - tg 2e 2I aeJCV I 41 S - 7 U S 4 7 H I 9U- S St6 J j5 Jy 7 g 5 mj Bl J B r V LtK330sv SiSS CJlWjkj fl tHatcfc 1 June it n - Lexington and Cincinnati Schedule in Effeet Feb 28th 1S87 t j 7 lyfisFO KlrnPI S 1314151617191913x3x41s 303x133x43536 i q 20 i 7 7 I 7 3J 10 4 5 57 1 3J ojaolix 10 i 33I34 4 3JBJi - 367 s - 3B3r3DJ Jj H H H B StyUmbsx I 71 DtctmStr 5 B i 9 ao txjsa 3jjS 7 3039 3 13 u3 aia4Saaaaaia34 j nnsio suis1 v A 8 9 M l H 3 - H H 3 IS 9 J J 31 47 73 48 43 4S - j s 7Z a gZh y a a AKa a a Jm Â¬ SI 37 75 36 87 234 47 34 31 41 29 57 32 122 86 45 40 67 42 45 SOUTH BOUND Lvc Covington Ivc Falmouth Lve Cyntliiuui Arr IHrls Da til No 12 Dnlly Ex tSau 2 Wpjn 839 -- 1001 150 51 11 There is no sort of question that Republican sentiment is growing in the mountain counties It is highly probable that the next congressional delegation from tnis State will include four Republicans If such a calamity should befall Kentucky it will be due in a large measure to the question of Federal ahi to education The people in the mountains generally favor Federal aid The appropriation made by the State for the benefit of the public schools is entirely inadequate and the com- Â¬ munities are as a rule too poor to supplement the State fund by local taxation The statement that increased Republican sentiment in Kentucky is caused by opposition to tariff reform has no foun Jation in fact The people who- live in the strong Republican communities care little for the tariff They are revenuereformers where any interest at all is taken in the ques Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 49 17 251 15 403 144 51 41 223 47 100 41 53 32 22 78 21 27 29 31 27 19 SO 61 The Climax Printing Company up stairs corner Main and Sec ond Streets Richmond Ivy is prepared to do every variety of 103 IISM 1110 830 nm S2Sptc 935 Arr LexliiKon- U 1150 pm nm Arr IlictiiiMiml Arr ijuiCHMer Arr Itowlunil Arr llerea Arr Lve Paris Arr Winchester lililm KWJ 1410 1130 liKa 615 fclO 3 i 57 115 pin 5cspm fe05 715 SS JOB liO HOUSE ZFIRaHsTTIIIsra- promptly and at reasonable prices KY 70 S3 34 34 35 30 28 lve HiclimuuU Livlngtonl s ao 5stt Mpin Si5 II CEHTRR DOES BETTER WORK Pro- Â¬ Â¬ 3t NORTH BOUND Lve Livingston Lve lietvn Lvc ltowlumi Lve Lancaster Ulcliincinil No 3 800 10S5 1113 7SiO No 11 No1 In many of tho States the conditions are such that a full vote is rarely polled The smallest per centage of voters to males over twenty one years was in Rhode Island where it was less than 43 per cent In Massachusetts and Mississippi tho percentage was about 60 In Florida it was moro than 90 per cent Notwithstanding this defect the tablo shows very well how political power is distributed among the voters with respect to tho legislative and ex- Â¬ ecutive branches of the general Gov- Â¬ ernment It will be seen that the dis- Â¬ tribution of this power is much more uniform in the Ho use of Representa- Â¬ tives as was intended and this fact will evidently be a sxmrce of power to this House in its conflicts with tho other branch of the- - Legislature On the other hand tkcdifferenco of the Sen- Â¬ atorial power ol voters in tho States has become very marked Thus a single voter in the State of Nevada has as much Senatorial power as 91 voters in New York and a voter in Delaware 89 times as much as ono in New York and 9 times as much as one in Kentucky The New England States have mora than 9 times the power of New York Asaph Sail in Science Â¬ fessional Men Merchants Farmers Stockmen Tradesmen id every body else can find at The Climax oflioe precisely what trey want The latest styles in material and work always employed um 518 Here is a partial list of the things printed at Tiik Climax office 00nm 80 Arr Klcliinnmt Arr Lvc Illchinund Arr Winchester 110 130 215 330 811 pm Arr Pans Lve Lve Lve Lve Arr 77 8 15 6256 nm 310 117 518 615 Lexington pm Purls- 625 330 CynUitnua 359 HHB Knlmnutli 417 oovlngtou- 1135 00 -- 7am tlS pm MAYSVILLE BRANCH- NORTH BOUND Lve Covington No 52 No SI Daily Dully Ex Sua EX Sun 7tfS 815 903 - Ixlngton- i nns ArrMIIIerhburg mu umc Johnson MnysvHIe SOUTH BOUND nm 100 425 5 S pm tea 9a7 715 No 51 No 52 Dally Dally Ex Hun Ex Han 10S55 612 705 Envelopes Letter Heads Note Heads Bill Heads Statements Sale Bills Horse Bills Jack Bills Hand Bills Posters Dodgers Circulars Programmes Invitations Catalogues Briefs Pamphlets Business Cards Visiting Cards Prescription Blanks Labels Judges Clerks Sheriffs Marshals Magistrates Constables and other officers will find at The Climax office a full line of Legal Blanks such as Â¬ Lve Maytvlllo Carlisle JHIternbun Arr rnris Lexlimton CovingtonNo Johnson 717 -I5 723 633 55am -- 12s - 9 10 218 315 610 tfcW izzi 23 pm 1135 if A German inventor has recently introduced improvements in the treat ment of wood to render this material less liable to the Influence of moisture HUaystcm is of special value for wood Tho blocks are first treat Â¬ pavements ed with a solution of water glass and thon impregnated with a mixture of Xiicco of moat In tho cooking and so fiuo silicfc acid and somebitumlnous bring down tho wrath of tho head of Boston Budget compounds lha family1 on tho innocent butcher If and my informant scums by which blind itba truor pretty of ii Wlicro is tho persons are enabled to print the raised system certain of bounties gingtoend C5if universally used by thorn cage Jetters now Jouiiak -- trains are daily except Sunday Direct connection 18 made at Winchester with Chesapeake nnd Ohio for ML Hlerllng Ashland llonllnnton Charleston W Va und Enstern cities FAST LINE Noo 3 and i ran via Wln clicstervklld Tnilns with Pnllmati Sleeping Cam between Cincinnati and Richmond Vu and Winchester nnd Washington I C Through TIclteU and BaegiiKO Checked to any destination reached by n railroad For ull particulars addrera or call on any nseutof tiio Company or 8 K B MORSE I A FFELY Ucn FasVr AgL Trav Passr Agt CovlnstonKy Lexington Ky H E HUNTINGTON E II CAIUl Art- Receiver Richmond Ky Gennral Office Covington Ky arr Paris 842 p m NOTE Tm Ins 3 nnd 1 aro dally between Winchester Ixlugton and Cincinnati other 45 lve Lexington 800 Warrants of Arrest Summonses Subpoenas Deeds Mortgages Affidavits Bonds Attachments Notes Supercedeases Capias Pro bis been invented Jnn23 ti Fines Executions c c c To make a long storyi shorfcr everybody and anybody Gan find ejfery thmg and any thing wanted LJ WJWWWW Professional Cards OFFICE above Second -- KNIGHTS OF HONOR THE TOTAL VOTE GOVERNOR SEVEN TO FOUR Courier Journal DISCIPLES OF NIHILISM Fowerfnl Secret Organizations Composed of All Sorts of People The recent desperate attempt upon the life of the Russian Czar which took place on or near the very spot on the Newsky Prospect where his father wa murdered six years ago shows that the despeYate spirit which prompted that act still survives This is the fourth or fifth time at least within five years that tho present Czars life has been threatened and there is probably no one of his immense number of subjects who leads a more thoroughly anxious Ufa The would be assassins as on previous occasions were found to be long to the vast and secret society a the Nihilists a society which has long been the terror of the palace and oi peaceable Russian subjects everywhere Some of the leaders were promptly ar rested They were found to be not from the lower or Ignorant classes o society but military officers university students and men and women too of good education and social position Even a policeman was found to be con Â¬ Â¬ IN THE HOLY CITY JeruÂ¬ Amity Lodge No 515 K of H meets everly Friday evening in Odd Fellows Hall at 7 oclock W B BENNY Dictator Main street two doors James Tevis Reporter juoe22 tf CHURCH DIRECTORY What an American IJlshop Saw In salem and Vicinity SEEDS GRASS AND FIELD Largest and inost complete stock In Central Kentucky Our motto Best Goods and Lowest consistent Prices 77 B Buckncr O Bradley T Fox J Se C MORGAN D D S H Cardin- Jr - 120476 State the Democrats carried seven 8404 Congressional districts and the 4484 majority 143270 At lie recent election in this BAPTIST Cane Spring Calvinist 1st Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev William Ru pard Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and M POYNTZ DR Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson Hays Fork 3rd Sunday arid preceding BURGEON PHYSIQIAN AND Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday OFFICE Becond street over Madi Pastor T L Lawson son County Drug Store juue22tf Saturday Kirksville Brick Church and Sunday Pastor Rev J A James G EVANS M D Republican 2nd Saturday and Sunday AND SURGEON and Sunday after 4U1 Saturday Pastor PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street over Mndi Rev County Drug Store juue22tf Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each DR TAYLOR Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night Pastor Rev Praotitioner in Medicine and Surgery Richmond Predcstinarian Services 2nd RICHMOND KY Saturday and Sunday and 4II1 Sunday OFFICE Hecond street over Madi Â¬ Pastor Rev E H Burnam june22tf son County Drug Store Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev B S Hunting M DR Union 1st Saturday and following Sun- Â¬ MAIN STREET day Pastor Rev John G Pond Viney Fork 4th Saturday and Sunday Next Door to Luxons Up Stairs Pastor Rev J A James June 22 tf Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sun day Pastor Rev DR Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ Offers his professional services to the vices 3rd Saturday and following Sunday public in each month at 1 1 oclock A M and Office same as Bennetts law office also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor upstairs over Herndons drug store Elder M Campbell earner of Main and Second streets july27 ly CATHOLIC Richmond Ky Richmond Services 1st and 3rd Sun Â¬ DR U C AMBROSE Pastor Rev Father days 10 A M Haley FORD KY DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the afFlat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding Boards at Mr J C Lnckeys Saturday Pastor Elder ternoon J C Walden june 22 tf PastorEId J W Harding 5U1 Sunday Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ Y T SEXSMITH M D Elder Colier PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON day Pastor2nd Sunday and preceding Kirksville Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph liallcw WHITE HALL KY Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sundays and professional services to the Offers his preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 aug17 iyr A M Pastor Elder B JMHMIC C Hegerman Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and DR J FAIN Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor Ider L M KeynoWs UNION CITY KY Richmond Services every Sunday at Ofleres his profefeSKHial services to 11 A M and 730 P M Sunday school Die nubile A M Prayer meeting Wednes Aug 17 tf at 930 Office at Joe Gentrys day evenings 715 Pastor Prof W D McClintock M M D Hardin Y Bright A Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ day Pastor PHYSICIAN and SURGEON White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor RICHMOND KY Elder L H Re nolds OFFICE Second street over Madi EPISCOPAL ton County Drug Store Richmond Protestant Services every I want it distinctly understood that I Sunday at 11 A M and at 8 P M am the only one in Richmond that un- Â¬ during the summer months Friday at 8 derstands the thorough use of the P M Pastor Rev W Y Sheppard Microscope aud Chemistry as applied METHODIST to examinations of tissues and fluid of the liumau body I only mention College Hill this for honest protection My signa- Â¬ Sunday morning Centenary M E 1st and ture will be attached to each examina Â¬ ing and night Prayer4th Sunday mornmeeting every al23mchly tion ternate Wednesday night Sunday school every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F Grider M E South 2nd SunCollege Hill At Law day morning and night Prayer meeting every alternate Wednesday night SunRICHMOND KY Pasday school every Sunday Special attention given to abstracting tor Eld D II Marrimon morning titles to lauds in EttMern Kentucky Kirksville Pastor Rev S W Peeples Office in Climax building S E Providence every Sunday Pastor Center Main and Second Streets tip Rev H B Cockrell June 22 tf stairs Richmond South Services every Sun- Â¬ day at 1 1 A M and 7 P M PastorRev BURNAM W E Arnold OFFIUE Mam Mreet over Mndl boii National Bank Iticbmoutl Ky June 22 tf Buckuera plurality Buckners majority- LIEUT GOVERNOR J James W Bryan Matt ODoherty Wm L Gordon O N Bradburn Brynti a - The district is table The Labor ticket cut no figure except 142277 in the Sixth district where it poll121060 ed a considerable vote 16794 in each Congressional 3006 shown in the following 7734 5517 FIRST DISTRICT Republicans four Â¬ Bryans plurality- majority ATTORNEY GENETAL Democratic vote 20317 Republican vote 7066 Democratic majority- 143075 SECOND DISTRICT 14346 74U8 6038 12449 9749 2700 11378 13760 2381 13730 11882 1848 12855 9950 2905 W P W Hardin Joshiau Harris- - Democratic vote 7720 Republican vote 16602 11SS2 143359 153059 7691 sn T J Hardins Hardins plurality majority TREASURE Democratic majority THIRD DISTRICT James W Tate J It Puryer It K Dyas George Smith Democratic vote Republican vote - 5566 Republican majority FOURTH DISTRICT JOHN FOSTER Tates plurality Tates majority R D Davis A T Henderson- John McMurty - 20300 Democratic vote 7043 Republican vote - AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS Fayette Hewitt Â¬ PHIL ROBERTS - Democratic majority 143703 FIFTH DISTRICT 123280 7656 Democratic vote 6542 Republican vote 20423 7 225 Hewitts plurality Hewitts Majority H Democratic majority SIXTH DISTRICT SUPERINTEDENT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Democratic vote Joseph D Pickett 143510 Kepublicau vote D Plnkerton D W StevensonK M McBeath - - 123437 Uuiou vote 7712 Democratic plurality 4530 20073 7831 143332 - 12139 7034 3846 5105 1259 Picketts plurality Picketts majority REGISTER LAND OFFICE Democratic majority SEVENTH DISTRICT Democratic yote Republican vote T H Corbett J D Barbee Gano Henry - 7727 5533 T omIOifO Corbetts plurality Corbetts majority 8043 From these figures despite the supposed unpopularity of the Hewitt revenue Bill Gen Fayette llewitt the author of the bill ran Â¬ Â¬ way ahead of the Democratic ticket by the following vote More than Gen Buckner 433 than James Bryan 142G than Gen Hardin G2S- - James W Tate 3U than Joseph D Pickett 193 than Corbett 471 Corbetts plurality and majority over his opponents were the greasiest The constitutional vote though carried without a doubt is in such condition that it cannot be made up yet for a week or more It is an immense task to tabulate the vote as it has been returned THE SLAYER OF JESSE JAMES Las Vegas N correspondent City Times 31 PARRISH TURNER Attorneys Â¬ Kansas Â¬ Â¬ of Jesse James at a mining town near here recently lie is penniless or about so his blood money having been exhaust- Â¬ ed long since by riotous living E T He is a hanger on of saloons and PRESBYTERIAN 2nd and 5U1 gambling dens and manages someBethel Meeting House RICHMOND KENTUCKY how to make a living He is Sundays C F A R Bur Fonnans Chapel 4th Sunday OFFICE with cordially detested by the people Kirksville 1st and 3rd Sundays Pastor june22ti nam on First Street and miners generally who themRev Win Crow Richmond South Services every Sun- selves often very rough in ways J A SULLIVAN P M Praj er and deeds are too bravo to do the day 11 A M and 7 meeting every Wednesday night Pastor cowardly trick that removed Jesse Rev H Glass He is alone Richmond North Services 11 A M James from earth RICHMOND KENTUCKY in all the desolate sense of the and 3 P M Pastor OFFICE on Firbt street same as Silver Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd Sun- word and it will always be so formerly occupied by County Judge days octG ly Miller Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 1030 A Dick Liddell is also here but he M and 4 P M Sunday school 3 P M is reformed and is receiving the Pastor Rev L H Uianton D D JOE S BRONSTON assistance and moral encouragement of well disposed people 3IADIS0X COUNTY DIRECTORY He is a nice looking man very RICHMOND KY much unlike the brutal Ford in CIRCUIT COURT to Office on Second street next donr appearance actions and words Judge J R Morton June 22 tf Garnett House Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brons He married a woman of the town ton who also T J SCOTT reformed and the Master Commissioner J R Burnam people helped them to start on 11 Miller Clerk W the right road COMMON TLEAS COURT I saw Bob Ford tho murderer Las Gerrillos Attorney at Law Attorney at Lara Attorney at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ cara Â¬ 15373 10515 ous The Nihilists moreover do not seem Democratic majority 4858 to be a single compact and united or-Â¬ ganization but to compose a great EIGHTH DI8TKICT Democratic vote 13682 number of societies the purposes and Republicau vote 14260 methods of which widely differ from each other Some of these societies Republican majority- 584 arc moderate and patriotic They do not wish to bring about anarchy They NINTH DISTBICT desire to get rid of the galling and Democratic vote 14507 dreary despotism of the Czars and their Republicau vote 13835 Government and to obtain by means Democratic majority 672 of a constitution like those of other European nations the political freedom TENTH DISTRICT of the Russian people There nre also Democratic vote 12841 other societies which aro constantly Republican vote 14300 engaged in plots to commit acts of Republican majority 1459 murder incendiarism and other deeds of violence They are composed of ELEVENTH DISTRICT fiery and desperate spirits who aro Democratic vote 11289 ready and seem indeed almost eager Republican vote 13802 to sacrifice their lives in order to attain their bloody purposes Republicau majority 2573 The Czar lives in constant dread of these desperate conspirators He nevcrgocs abroad except under the It will be observed that the Re escort of a strong guard Ilis palaces publicans polled their heaviest are constantly watched by spies and vote in the the Tenth district but secret emissaries If he travels every got their greatest majority in the foot of the railway or road over which Eleventh district The heaviest he Is to pass Is under the surveillance Democratic vote was cast in the of gendarmes and police almost with Â¬ Seventh district but the First dis- Â¬ in speaking distance of each other trict gave the largest Democratic Every minute precaution is taken in Â¬ his person majority In the Eighth district deed to holdthe secret safe from the attacks of and resolute which gave tne Republican ticket enemies who are known to be always 584 majority the usual Demo- Â¬ at hand watching their chance Every cratic majority is about 1500 and day of his life is embittered by the it would be almost impossible dread of a sudden attack which may for the Republicans to carry it in come at any moment in some unex Â¬ a Congressional election At any pected way and from some unthought rate as long as Hon James B of quarter This McCreary wants to represent that pay is the penalty the Czar has to for the absoluteness of his district in Congress he will see to Cruelty injustice tyranny raise a rule host it that it always rolls up a Demo- Â¬ of unseen enemies who under such a cratic majority Government can find or at any rate The Ninth district which has will employ no other outlet than vio- Â¬ Such a never been represented by a lence for their discontent Democrat gave a Democratic ma- Â¬ state of things can only be brought to end to take jority at the recent election of 672 anshare by allowing the peoplePolitical in tho government a That district has always been freedom affords a safety valve for the carried by the Democrats in State utterance of disaffection So long as and Presidential elections but the Czar remains a despot Nihilism or the local factions in the party somo sort of secret and dangerous have prevented the election of a combination will continue to exist Youths Companion Democrat to Congress - cerned in the plot This is a striking feature of the Rus Â¬ sian revolutionary movement In most countries conspirators against the state have been unlearned and usually poor men who have had nothing to lose by anarchy and who Imagine that they havo much to gain thereby But in Russia the Nihilists seem to belong almost altogether to the upper and middle classes The great mass of the Russian peasants still venerate the Czar as if he were a being more than mortal They would regard the raisÂ¬ ing of a murderous hand against him as worse than sacrilege It is in the universities in the wealthy country houses in the palaces of nobles in the quarters of army officers that Nihilism seems to be roost rife and most danger-Â¬ Bishop Wattcrson of Columbus O who is here after a protracted trip to the continent and to tho Holy Land gives his experience in Jerusalem no says After spending nearly a month at Rome I landed at Alexandria and left Egypt filled with feelings of intense eagerness to bo among the historic Lauding at scenes of tho Holy Land Jaffa I journeyed to Jerusalem where I venerated at sacred places both in and around the Holy Citv I said mass in the Chapel of tho H dy Sepnlchor and was obliged to sleep in the church all night to be ablo to do so as Turk Â¬ ish soldiers close it at certain hours in the evening and will not allow any one to enter until a certain hour in tho morning I then- went on to Nazareth Samiria through taking country routos everywhere misses ono otherwise for Tho many very interesting localities only evidonce of modern civilization I could sco in tho Holy Land was a tele Â¬ graph running between Jaffa anil Jeru- Â¬ salem and Nazareth Otherwise tho country is just as it was two thousand years ago as far as progress is con- Â¬ cerned Children and grown peoplo wear tho same cut clothes and every Â¬ where one seo could maidens dressed just as we are familiarized with pictures of the Virgin Mary On ono occasion I telegraphed to Nazareth for horses whero they aro less used and therefore fresher than at Jerusalem- After four days the horses came in charge of a dragoman who had formally been a Bedouin but who has for some years been a convert He was a very good fellow but too anx-Â¬ ious to spare his horses to satisfy my notions I was continually obliged to keep in tho lead in order to press on One day I said to him I seo now why you becamo a Christian you aro too slow to be a good Bedouin Ho laughed and said nothing but on tho last day of our journey from Mount Carmel to Nazareth when I was push Â¬ ing on to get under shelter before nightfall he said You told me tho other day that I became a Christian because I was too slow to make a good Bedouin All that I have to say is that I could make as good a Bedouin as you do a bishop I appreciated the retort none the less because it took him so long to con- Â¬ sider it What were jour most striking ob-Â¬ servations in the Holy Land Ah that would take a book to toll sighed the Bishop It is impossible to convert the peoplo from Moham- Â¬ medanism under tho present form of government The Turks are as watch Â¬ ful to day as they were three hundred years aijo All tho converts havo either to be taken under immedinto protection or sent off to Franco or Italy There can be no progress in any form for the Holy Land until tho TurkÂ¬ ish Government is got rid of It would never havo existed were it not for tho apathy of Christian nations Russia is very desirous of possessing 1alostine and she is making more headway there than any nation Tho sisterhood whicli has obtained a footing in the Holy Land is growing in in- Â¬ fluence Mohammedans and Jews alike attend their schools but tho nuns are not allowed to teach religion During my whole four wcoks in tho Holy Land I could sco nothing to indi- Â¬ cate that thi3 cradle of Christianity en- Â¬ joyed ever so slight a share of its in Â¬ heritance When in Jerusalem Bishop Wattcr- Â¬ son and another prelate assisted tho Patriarch of Jerusalem in the ceremony of tendering to tho young Prince of Naples tho Crown Prince of Italy a religious reception into the Holy City which tho young man according to ancient custom entered on foot It was a great sight an immense proces- Â¬ sion of monks and tho religious ac Â¬ companying tho Patriarch and tho Bishops London Cor Nl Y Herald - DOUGLAS 3NTOTICDE3 Our accounts fw 18ST Ut July 1st are reaily and these wm are todetaerf i us will please oall ami fettle at otie Covington Aknold Bko If B TlKise who owe tta fcr 1S8 will save eofet by eaJHn at oce July6 tf C A A 15i and dec 79 22 W Main St Lexington Ky Iyr i cvimoiiii R3SflIa ESTATE Aj ent E B INSURANCE J SPEED SMITH RICHMOND KY Hells rents or exchanges all kinds of Real Estate on reawumlili terms and represents lirst cliihs Fire and Life In Â¬ surance Companies Ofliee in J C Lytere Clothing Store june22 tf WALLACE AND COKTRACTOR Is prepared to do all kimk of BUILDING AND CONTRACT WORK D -- VE DEMiEIt IN FINE- - Whiskies Brandies Wines Cigars june 22 and in the best manner He is a Steaks thoroughly educated Carpenter and builder and those contemplat Pork ins buildiiur will do well to secure Sausage frnm liitn at his and RXuttoni officeStreet residence on Hallie ATTHELOWESTPRKlEsJ Irvnc mi Aslimatpt Is prepared to supply Iiis customers with the best The ButeIier5 AT THE MOST Reasonable Hates june22lf July2 tf c First Street RichmondKy tf PJ1 ttfl FOR SALE AETTEK GHJCKEN A GOOD STOCK OF Cholera Cure tfrfsfSy MERCHANDISE GENERAL at the best country stand in Madison county We will be glad to show the stock to any one wishing HIGGINS to buy ELLIS Silver Creek Ky jun22tf Â¬ V i The 3only SEAMLESS SHOE Shoe In the world lit L DOUGLAS wiBKIGan CJl yi 83 iiiciY MTr SKF 1 T4 stm ran 9 4lk5Q evd IS SwslP nJH DO rfS and Lacei all stTlea toe As Mjrifeli an1 durable as b loose eosutur v or 90 W L IMIIIULAS tSSJSO SHUrJexctts We 33 boes aUicr- ttse1 Dy otner onus u rinrnt Calf perfect lrarranieu congress ubhou and v Thousands of dollars worth of HocAil snomsm - rr SfciiE chickens die every year from CholSCTOT Scalds MaiOMtHM EttfJants 83 Werxas Backache era It is more fatal to chickens than ItBoyj all weaxtheWI DOUGLASyoar SHOE Stings nsraeoa your dealer does not lcren them Rend Swiamey GaBt all other diseases combined But the postal to IT I DOUGLAS Brockton Mass Bites SmUlaOatti Strez Brsiaos discovery of a remedy that posihrfy June Fifes Spavin Â¬ IBoaions cures has been made and to be conCracks vinced of its efficacy only requires a THIS GOOD OLD STAMU BY is enough for trial A 50 cents bottle aeeomptMie foreTerybody exactly what Wclaimt one hundred chickens It is guarforte Oaeot the roiiKm for taw great popaUrlty I using two thirds of anteed If after John Dykes will furnish ice to the citi- tbe MHStBg- LteliMBt Is ftsndiKtrs aalrcnal scch medlolsa bottle the buyer is not thoroughly zens of Richmond and vicinity this season applicability Eetybiy moW case ofaacci ir The Lumberman aeeoteKsa satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Now is the time to make contracts for deTb e Hon scTtlfe awta It tor gosnialf mly v Cholera return it to the undersigned livery His headquarters are at the grocery Th e Cannier needs K for his laaaBsaad cia men store of J E Dykes on North Second St The Mechanic seeds it arwajs ca his w i and your money will be refunded apr 13 tf beseb auij 24 ly The Miner needs ttmcawf earn nny Â¬ Â¬ Xhiilri0HlP Jii Jcrs 10 VJ rJ wt i biiiil c aaai jj ymZi r c- jfo w - F una smimo B -- UJX1 Ealliiil win p E Sciatljs l7iTnhin - scratiaoiT Gcatrartd Hc5dc3 2raptioa5 Saeaatun ntnc Strains KEEP COOL Â¬ - Â¬ -- Pianos and Organs Steinway Sons Hazleton Bros Christie and bis stoek yard ThcrioncerBeedslt caatcetateeswuUi u The Farmer needs It ta Ms Ikons hat oUL New England and other Pianos Chicago Cottaj Organs Commercial College deepest 8c Best Business iSvfflSSS Bslo THE SUMAC FAMILY Deautirul riants Which Sometimes Attain a Height of Thirty Feet The staghorn sumac is so called from tho young growth being covered with a dense velvety brown hair liko tho newly grown horns of the stag It is the largest of our native sumacs some- Â¬ times attaining a height of thirty feet and a diameter of a foot We sec it growing in groups and masses along roadsides in pastures and among young birch growths The foliage is so luxuriant that the branches are hid Â¬ den from sight especially on a new and vigorous growth and in orna- Â¬ mental grounds such a growth should always bo kept up by occasional sovcro pruning This and tho smooth sumac r glabra are among tho earliest of our native shrubs to color in the autumn and they will retain their foliage with its brilliant colors for quite a long season The smooth surmac grows from threo to twelve feet in height and is similar to r typhna in appearance tho now growth howpvpr is covered with a whitish bloom that easily rubs off leav Â¬ ing a smooth and glossy surface There is in cultivation a cut loaf variety of this species tho fornloaf sumac It is a very graceful and fine- Â¬ ly cut leaf and makes a pleasing addi Â¬ tion to a group of shrubs Tho dwarf or mountain sumac r copallina will grow from ono to six feet in height the foliage is glossy and dark green whilo that of the two pre Â¬ ceding is a dull green the stem be Â¬ tween the leaflets is winged while that of the other species is smooth It is not found so common as its large growing relatives occasional clumps arc found along roadsides and in pastures Tho autumn colorings aro exceedingly bril- Â¬ liant tho gloss on tho surface of tho leaves bringing out tho tints liko a coat of varnish This is ono of tho prettiest of the genus The fragrant sumac r aromatica is quito distinct from tho other varieties named both in habit flowers and foliage It forms a rounded spread Â¬ ing shrub with slender flexible branches covered in early spring with tnfts of bright yellow flowers and in summer with threo parted leaves approaching in outline those of the poision ivy r toxicodendron but not poisonous Tho leaves turn to a brilliant huo in autumn It really is de Â¬ sirable for tho lawn or border as it does not throw up troublesome offsets and in an open sitiuation makes a neat and well clothed shrub Vicks Maga-- PIANOS AM ORGANS FOR RENT Rent applied as part payment College in the World Htdal BookWeeplne nia hMt IToor u CM BjM mrn n Uitr Mlirn W orld of Exposition i ftOOO Graduates la General 1 ol nn Edneatlon llojjneu lOTMchtrstniTlojed- - Coot ofFall abootSSO Conrac loelailac TullUn sutlsnery sal Board Telegraphy peelallijo Tyse Writlac UaarsatndSoeenL Joe Ho Vacation Inter Vow Or t f friend and safest reliance The StocU crotrer needs It It win sav -- 1 thousands of dollars and a wort of tnmble The Rallrotd nina needs It and irUceMU v long as hu life Is a round of arx ldears an The Unckwoodsmnn nrsisslt There Is atag like It as aa antMote for the dangers to limb ar d comfort wbiea sarroamd the paonT Tho Merchant needs H abaci his st re a- - nr his employees Accidents wtU haapen and it a these come the Mustang Liniment Is waau d at tc Keci a Bottle lo the llonse Tis tba best it ecoaorry Tho Steamboat roan or UeBeoiimaBes It la lSieral sapply tfluataad run on The noroefaneier swats H a U U tt l Attorney at Law RICHMOND KY Ofliee on Second Street June 22 tf JudgeT J Scott C S Attorney atKYXam RICHMOND Office 011 POWELL Master Commissioner S E Clerk W II Miller Scott PACIFIC RAILROAD PROSECUTION campaigns The Eleventh district appears to be pretty reliably Republican though Gen Frank Wolford it he keeps his health will probably defeat Judge Finley in that district next year If Wolford is unable to run Gov Hindman will make the race and it is believed ho can be elected successive in three Write For Prices and Terms LUKE U MILWARD S ibcaUtsaJclreuWllnarlUmltfcrratLexJaxtaaKT june 22 tf ltt nsa In ease of accident saves pain aad loss of irsjci Keep n Bottle Always In the SMnhlv fer Keep allattle In the Fact cry ItsbauneJlste use rhcn wanted JUIe22tf POWER OF A VOTER Figures Showing the Belatlre Influence of Vote In the Different States In the general election of 1884 the total number of votes cast in the coun- Â¬ try was 10048061 The number of Senators is 76 and the number of Rep- Â¬ resentatives is 825 With these num- Â¬ bers and the total vote of each State in this election the following table has been computed in which the figures of the columns give relative power of votes in the different States Saiator- - Bepmenpoxcer - and 22 10 W Main St Lexington Ky june tf HITlCnCEtTULOll BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest lioitte FKOJt FRINTOTG I tm 5 r wrrrs MjJl IbEQ y 1 Â¬ TIME OF HOLDING COMMON TLEAS COURT Second Street June Itf Quarterly Court fourtli Monday in counties ana In the Court of ApeaU January April July and the 2nd Monday Office in Master Commissioners in October ofliee over Circuit Clerks office County Court of Claims 2nd Monday june 22 tf in July County Court first Monday in each month LOCAL DIRECTORY TIME OF HOLDING CITY COURT LODGE DIRECTORY Attorney atand adjoining Law Will practice in Madison A J REED First Monday in January 1st Monday in June and 3rd Monday in October TIME OF HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT Third Monday in March and Septem- Â¬ ber TIME OF HOLDING OJIARTERLY COUNTY COURT AND Cleveland Plain Dealer is indeed true that the Government is preparing to prosecute the Pacific railroad managers who have insolently defied Â¬ If it Â¬ First Saturday in every month COUNTY OFFICERS MASONIC Richmond Lodge No 25 meets 2nd aad 4th Tuesday in each month J SPEED SMITH W M B J Kewlok Secretary Richmond R A Chapter No 16 Tuesday hi each month ts W F FRANCIS H P D P Armer Secretary RICHMOND COMMASDERY NO IQ Million County Judge J C Chcnault County Clerk Thomas Thorpe County Attorney J A Sullivan Sheriff N B Deatherage Jailor George W Maupin Coroner Alexander Norris Surveyor B F Crooke Assessor John W McPherson Supt Public Schools Mrs Amanda CITY OFFICERS Regular meeting first Tuesday in each month Vifkiog Sir Knights are courte- Â¬ ously invited to attend J SPEED SMITH Eminent Commander D P Armer Recorder Madison Lodge No 1S3 at Kirksville meets Saturday evening before the fuH moon in every month T E SHANKS WM J M Smith Secretary Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston meets Saturday evening before the full moon in every month JAMES M BOEN W M J C Witt Secretary City Judge HC City Attorney A City Collector R City Clerk R G Rice J Reed A Barlow Dunn CITY TOLICE J D Feeney and J A Mershon CITY COUNCIL JD First Mitchell Mayor Ward J Stone Walker Second Ward G W Evans Third Ward Owen McKec Fourth Ward J W Caperton JUSTICES OF THE PKACECONSTABLESAND PLACES AND TIMES OF HOLDING COURT MONTHS FEBRUARY MAY AUGUST AND NOVEMBER lit 1 D P Armer Waco Lodge No 338 at Waco meets at Richmond District No Court House 3rd Wednesday Wm 4th Saturday in every month Willis at Court House 1st Saturday D G MARTIN W M Lyman Parrish Constable W T Fielder Secretary Foxtown District No 2 G B Million John D Hamilton Lodge No 57S at at Kings Store 3rd Monday Richmond Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every Kanatzar in Buffalo school house 4th Â¬ Saturday J S Chcnault Constable month JOHN HILL W M Union District No 3 Albertis Parks John G Taylor Secretary at Union City 1st Saturday John A MONEY Dantel Boone Lodge No 454 at Turpinat Doylesville 2nd Saturday R Saturday in cveiy month N Lanter Constable -- 3rd word OLDHAM W M Eiliston District No 4 Wm Benton The seven central banks of irer Secretary at Waco 2nd Saturday John W town b Moorcs at Waco 3rd Saturday Charles Europe held at a late date 572 SANi BaoAtrocets Oldham Constable 7G5000 worth of gold and 457 Jacob H Sh IMS W M Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at Kingston 4th Saturday Lecland D 745000 worth of silver against Berea Lodge No 6i7 594740000 gold and 425637 Maupin at Speedwell 3rd Wednesday W MJUJA 2 st Saturday e xoung consume 000 silvqr on July 1 1886 There C Davis Secretary J Mrict No 6 James M Wood is a galnof 32108000 silver and c iturday John G Gal- I 0 0 F Ge0l a loss of 22775000 gold The tion 1st Saturday Madison Lodge No 14 I OO F Glade i- present holdings of 457745000 meets every Monday night at Odd Fellows at Berea 3rd w M Cotton Lof silver certainly constitute a Hallon Main Street -iowaytai iTnues Ow nder rather solid stake in the principal M B ARBUCKLE N- - G Â¬ RG Ballard Constable L J Fraee Secretary Â¬ Kirksville District No 71 nancial institutions of the world Alex f further departures adverse Boone Encampment No jo meets every at Kirksville 2nd Saturday f silver money More- first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows Ray at Kirksville 3rd Saturday J 1 Fowier Constable Hall on Main Street Richmond Kv silver in 1886 ngainw compounds Boston Budget Poccy District No SJ N Hendren W L FARLEY C P H Do you want pure drug9 and the best 9 at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wra A to the use o 35000 L J Frazek Scribe Chandler at Reaeans Store 3rd Friday - printing press by which blind the coinage ut of brands of tobaccos4ind cigars Vou can rind them at T J Broojks Richmond Uniform Degree Camp No S D Carpenter Constable persons are enabled to print the raised exceededo of gola u Million District No 9 J M Long at letters now universally used by them Tuneai tf 3 meets second Thursday in each month Stapps Store 3rd Tuesday A B Ncw 000 and exceeded the outp at Odd Fellows Hail bis bcea invented the worlds mines by 3100- bv at Holmans Store ud Saturday R A BARLOW Captain j James A Harvey Constable I J Frazee Clerk 000 Fox--neets -- the Government and disregarded the rights of the people it is only proposing to do what the people have long been convinced ought to be done That there has been crooked financiering in connection with the management of these roads nobody has much if any doubt and that vast personal fortunes have been made while the roads themselves have been loaded down with debts upon which not even the interest has been paid is a matter of notoriety Investigation into the affairs of these roads has been difficult as all sorts of obstacles have been put in the way of every attempt to get at the truth and the mag- Â¬ nates of the roads have openly and impudently refused to answer questions relative to their operations and the management of the roads Nevertheless enough has been elicited to establish a presumption of crookedness and to justify a more searching inquiry into the affairs of these roads with a view to bringing to justice all men great and small identified with any unlawful proceedings in connection with their management If the Government has evidence enough to justify prosecution the wealth and high standing and political influence of these men ought not to save them It would be a very excellent thing for the country if a few of these millionaire robbers could be brought to justice Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and the outlook for a Democrat to bs elected there is somewhat discouraging The Tenth district is a doubtful one Taulbee has car- Â¬ ried it very handily in the last two elections but it is rumored that he will not again be a candidate If he does not run Matt Adams is the only available candidate the Democrats have Adams is very much disinclined to re enter politics on his own ac- Â¬ count but he could not refuse to lead his party in a Congressional contest if the nomination was ofÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Republicans seem to have a strong grip on the Third district iv I ilUP S HrMtiyjLrjr J QsKHlaSii ir -3ag3- t alzXXCLV i TwTlra mlr wt r 13 ksKiKS aL -- iigcry r rr s K jj W S3 j - 3gt- w toCT I s ial SO power SX tatiot 40 SI 15 S3 S3 S3 TO PretUIen- - CENTRAL KENTUCKY North -- power 65 tial M 41 Alabama Arkansas California Connecticut Delaware Florida Georgia lUlnois Colorado Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan 105 83 199 96 439 221 92 20 27 S5 GO AII POINTS East West and Southwest TO J457 S4l5T9 3437 0 xj irji I 3MiSI n u t3wi5iaiirji4JSrt 6i7i93z17 5S aottnt Q 3435363783930 si naJa aim SO at pJ 334Srri9 iiM g ai p18o i awi f i it SSKkD 3 5 j lajtSl iijt w t r mnTwT rls 71 7 9 a CtflrOs LD 9 io xi IS U - Sf9 a7aSJ93 -- ISg 17 wt JJ Ul - 39 S a 44 Si 33 30 5 FAST LISTS BETWEEN tS I 1 I I lOO I fG WjHJCj nniT 1 Jrfenarg 7 IS M I I A Cy9 CVr 13 14 3C 31 I V0 i R IJ 17 24 34534SJ7S mil rt nl I 9 S jagg 14E3 - j gggnst 2 -- I 7S - 5 1 3333 39 3 19 so 36 IT ta 13 14 gj g 3 1 rf U 8 9 15 1 3M- 2ll2334a5367 9S 7 39 3C3i - 13 n 11 o so 17 i 4I 5I ft 9 13 14 Xtwter ljaJ3 43 S 7 9 i iit d 7 11 9 3B33 34 J s gj pt 353 I J y 3 100 67 30 88 C9 SS Lexington and Cincinnati Schedule in Effect Feb 23th No 0 Ex Sun 1SS7 STCtKJlNO w S m trdsl 0 rftMn T lJvwAI W jgattfe 3ngr 1 6 7 I I n B J t ji3M5ir79334i5rfi7iS ll B 303x3333343536 1930313333435 B H l 4 s145 io ii n 3738393031 3637303930 B 48 121 102 fered him Nebraska- Minnesota Mississippi Missour- i- There is no sort of question that Republican sentiment is growing in the mountain counties It is highly probable that the next con- Â¬ gressional delegation from tnis State will include four Republicans If such a calamity should befall Kentucky it will be due in a large measure to the question of Federal ahi to education The people in the mountains generally favor Federal aid The appropriation made by the State for the benefit of the public schools is entirely inadequate and the communities are as a rule too poor to supplement the State fund by local taxation The statement that increased Republican sentiment in Kentucky is caused by opposition to tarifF reform has no founJation in fact The people who live in the strong Republican communities care little for the tariff They are revenue reformers where any interest at all ia taken in the quesÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New York North Carolina Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina Tennessee Texas Vermont Virginia West Virginia Wisconsin Ohio Oregon - 71 44 33 70 110 30 93 1033 150 51 11 49 17 251 15 40 65 31 32 40 27 20 53 32 22 78 24 27 29 31 27 19 80 CI S4 47 73 48 43 4S 32 37 75 30 37 234 47 34 41 29 57 32 122 93 40 40 67 42 45 31 eStcmiixr Dwnabr I A il H 3 9 7 4 5 k 43M7I ji7 13 if In rj 14 5 4 T iim tttifj aa 33 33 M 39 aao aa 33134 389 3B - as ad ifbfl 39 sab 3ta I nt SOUTH BOUND Dliy No Dally No 12 Dnlly Ex bun SA 4S The Clmax Printing Company up stairs corner Main awl Sec ond Streets Richmond Ky is prepared lo do every variety of Â¬ si Arr Ixhiglonlive Lvc Covington 30on 825 ft35 Ivc HBlmonlh 103 H21 Lvc Cynthtnu- u- UaM 1110 lOSO Arr IHrls pic pm 403 141 51 41 223 47 100 41 Arr Wlnrliester Arr Rlrlummi Arr I nncamer Arr ltowlanU Kiclimoml Arr lierea Arr LivliKton lurls - UaHpm 1198 llaO liiipm 2a few 613 K10 nm Urao 1125 52pin fc05 715 SdB JOB HO ZPZEIZDNTTIElSrCr promptly and at reasonable prices 76 33 34 34 35 30 23 lve 57 28 ptn 32M s 855 HOUSE IH CENTRAL K DOES BETTER WORK Â¬ Â¬ n NORTH BOUND Lve IjYlngslou lve Berea -- - No 3 8 00 Ifcffi No 11 No1 if In many of the States the conditions are such that a full vote is rarely polled Tho smallest per centage of voters to males over twenty one years was in Rhode Island where it was less than 43 per cent In Massachusetts and Mississippi tho percentage was about 6a In Florida it was more than 90 per cent Notwithstanding this defect the table shows very well how political power is distributed among tho voters with respect to tho legislative and ex Â¬ ecutive branches of the general Gov- Â¬ ernment It will he seen that the dis- Â¬ tribution of this power is much more uniform in the House of Representa- Â¬ tives as was intended and this fact will evidently be a source of power to this House in its conflicts with tho other branch of the Legislature On tho other hand tkediScrenco of the Sen Â¬ tion atorial power of voters in tho States has become yeij marked Thus a EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT single voter iniho State of Nevada has as much Senatorial power as 91 voters REPUBLICAN in New York and a voter in Delaware 89 times as much as ono in New York The Republicans carry the and 9 times as much as oncin Kentucky Eiglith Congressial District by 584 The New England States have moro majority The majorities in each than 9 times the power of New York Ataph Ball in Science county are as- follows Bradley Boyle 33 Garrard A German inventor has recently 316 Jackson 714 Laurel 505 introduced Improvements in tho treat Lincoln 35 Owsley 467 Rock- Â¬ ment of wood to render this material less liable to the InQuence of moisture castle 228 Total 2358 Buckner Anderson 396 Jes- Hi systcm Is of special valuo for wood samine 221 Madison 119 Mer- pavements Tho blocks are first treat- Â¬ cer 151 Shelby 450 Spencer ed with a solution of water glass and tbon impregnated with a mixture of 437 Total 1774 fluo silicfc acid and some bituminous Â¬ m The latest styles in material and work always employed Professional Men Merchants Farmers Stockmen Tradesmen and every body else can find at The Climax office precisely wlmt they want ara Here is a partial list of the things printed at Tub Clixjx office Arr Richmond U 7 SUa in 500 nm Ive ltowlumi 811 Lve Ijmcnster 518 ear Arr RlclimnnU- - 110 LveriUcliinund S0 pm fc6 nm Arr Winchester 77 8 15 Arr 1nns S0 1 Lve Lexington live lurls 2i pm 3SSU Lve Kalmnutli Arr Covington lve Cynlhlnua 350 417 6 03 7S5iani 215 310 tS5 pm 1WB 80 I7 1135 518 615 W1AYSV1LLE BRANCH- No 52 No 51 Dally Dally Ex Hun Ex Sun north bound Lve Covington- CarllKle Ixliigton iHrii- Arrlllllcrxbnrg Johnson Mnysvllle 7riinm BIj ma ite 203 p m fcSO 1a 318 The Tipping System According to Information which I re gard as reliable the family grocer butcher and baker who does not ex Â¬ tend occasional small favors to tho do Â¬ Â¬ SOUTH BOUND Lve Slnyvllle Carlisle Mlllersburc Arr Pnrla Lexington Covington No 715 No 52 No M Dally Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun 633 9a7 612 7C6 Envelopes Letter Heads Note Heads Bill Heads Statements Sale Bills Horse Bills Jack Bills Hand Bills Posters Dodgers Circulars Programmes Invitations Catalogues Briefs Pamphlets Business Cards Visiting Cards Prescription Blanks Labels Judges Clerks Sheriffs Marshals Magistrates Constables and other officers will find at The Climax office a full line of Legal Blanks such as Â¬ - joiinson 55nm -- 1230pru 218 315 610 6 ovr - mestic finds himself in the same fix as tho tho horse shoorwhowhodeclincsto tip tho coachman Although it seems hard that such grievous tilings can he It would not appear hard for servants who are entrusted with the purveying for largo families to reduce tho tradesÂ¬ man to a complete state of subjection What could bo easier than fora servant to relinquish a butcher who refuses to comply with tho general custom How simple a matter for tho servant who ha3 not boon subsidized to spoil a good pieco of moat in tho cooking and so bring down tho wrath of tho head of the family on the innocent batcher If it bo true and my informant scums pretty certain of it -- Whero 13 tho system of bounties going to end CJif cago 717 815 010 11S35 725 223 13 - Lexington 800 arr Paris S42 pm NOTE Trains 3 and i nre dully between Winchester Islington and Cincinnati oilier trains are dully except Sunday Direct connection Is made ut Winchester with Chesapeake mid Ohio for Mt Sterling Ashlnud IlDntlngtou Charleston W Vo and Ensteni Cities FAST LINE New 3 and 4 run via Wln chesterVSotid Trains with Inllinan Sleeping Carn hetweeu Cincinnati nud Richmond Vu and Winchester nnd Washington I U Through Tickets and BttzfriiKa Checked to any destination reached by ii railroad lor full pitrtlculars address or call on any assent of tho Company or 8 F B MORSE Ii A FEECV Ocn FasVr Agt Trav Passr Agt CovlnstrmKy- LesltiRtonKjr H E HUNTINGTON E B CARlt AgtV 45 lve Receiver June 22 Warrants of Arrest Summonses Subpoenas Deeds Mortgages Affidavits Bonds Attachments Notes Supercedeases Capias Pro Journal ieneralOiaceCovlucloaKjr 1 Richmond Ky Fines Executions e c c To make a long story short everybody and anybody can find eytjy thing and any thing wanted --