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Digital page images are linked to the text file. riot S koWs through -- - OlJdlJ ill - 4 ii -- fi itzry H - latin i N -- V Its iif 4ftJ fl S iw-i- - Ii fM J f 1 5 ill11 Ii T ft nr fv YOLTJMiIrtfr t TUB CLIMAX rl BUSHED 3VBRV RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7 1887 ter however Mr Randall received Hie support of the Texas delegation1 for Speaker but it was not lqng before they found out he was fooling them The people of Texas are a confiding1 aS well as generous people but he neyer cheated them again NUMBER 12 VyyiESDAy v BY THCt- - rTAY M Wm G rJiIItlllfbrt Editors PPTVTTWn bO PRICE PER XEAT200 FRENCH TIPTON WHITE of tiie county and spent two years Jul OPINIONS OP OTHIIR EDITORS iho Literary and one iu the iWTSe MJ Ertjatntjjf Ann Arboi ri JLHQh He isji TKXAS rnOIIIBlTIONlSTS Bieuuer spare made jounc bachelor or easy and pleasant aildfesfl Austin Dispatch as a fl1eakerllls without experience He The prohibition managers are not to epiluuiaaue and ready andnTlT discouraged but say they will proceed make aood business member orih at once to effect a permanent urganiza next HftusdBesttyville Enterprise tion and continue the fight two years hence CONCERNING NEWS PARAGRAPHS MKs Bessie Bullock of died In Lexington last week FARMERS Danville I irk Morgan a well known black Â¬ smith of Lexington died la9t week Zimmerman late of Danville and who graduated last June de at DaytonKy last week ElJer Evans of the Shaker com Â¬ munity at New Lebanon Columbia entity X Y has just celebrated his ijIi birthday For 65 years lie has a tallied from eating fish and flesh Kev Moses Rogers died at River Saturday aged 94 years IhatlL He had served in tlie Alelliodist minis- Â¬ try fur 70 years ami was a direct des ci mlent of John Rogenf who was turned at the stake iu England in the 1 -- Miss Nolen I1 u century The danger of a premature burial wis illustrated a few days ago iu a cjs at Paducah A colored woman apparently died on Saturday and was to have been buried on Sunday The body was prepared for the grave and all arrangements for the funeral made As the neighbors were gathering for tliP s ad rites the supposed corpse sur piiMd everybody by sitting up in her ciftin The Jews in Russia have a liard ex- Â¬ perience As fast as the great Mus-t-V- it Empire annexes a fresh slice ot territory the Jews whose families may have been settled there for generations receive notice to quit The latest in Â¬ stance is the annexation of two prov Â¬ inces in the Don Cossack region A great proportion of the Hebrew popu lation u ho are driven out are coming to America Henry George and his Anti Poverty mules to W B party should move to Iudiaua That Leonard of New Orleans at 155 per State is dead broke and any effort on head his part to raise the wind would meet P T Gentry sold toKratz Saturday with hearty co operation 147 head of fat cattle at 4 cents and a premium They are extra and will f IT ALL DEPENDS average about 1700 pounds Danville Boston Globe Advocate Senator Frye of Maine is authority totenms Alexander living near for the statement that James G Blaine Wolff Greek ha3 D acres In grapes ami same State may stay abroad a year will ship this year 10000 pounds He and may return iu November It all sold them at 0 cent per pound Breck- Â¬ depends upon that little boom inridge News WHERE IT WILL STAND Kratz bought 52 cattle averaging 1 050 pounds from Geo W Duganat Galveston News S415 C C Fox bought in Garrard 20 The New JiTork Tribune announces feeding cattle weighing 950 pounds at that the Republican party stands now 25 per head S B Caldwell and J where It stood in 18S4 And it should W Irvine bought ofjHudson Smith have gone ou and stated that it will of Adair 125 scrub ewes at f8 per head stiiudlu the latter part of 1SS as it DaifWe Atff 8cate now stands away from the fleshpots M T Threkeld bought of Dr Kyle 40 hogs from 150 to 200 pounds at 4J JIECANT BIDE TWO HORSES Philadelphia Times Major Campbell bought 18 head of In addition to being too much of a 1200 lb cattle from the Shakers for socialist for people who are not social- Â¬ which he paid 3J cents Robinson Hugueiy have driven quite a thriving ists Henry George seems to be not trade iu breeding ewes for sometime enoiigh of a socialist to suit socialists Thfy have sold in the last two weeks A man who tried to ride two horses 1200 eW atprlces ranging from 2 50 going in opposite directions once came to 8 and have 500 mi hand for which to grief they paid S240 Harrodsburg Demo- Â¬ sold 100 two-year-o- ld ---- James Guthrie of Shelby county INDIANA CAN HAVE THE3r Baltimore American The retirement from active business to Zach Sellers for 3000 Versailles cf Daniel Swrker for thirty five years Sun President of the Mohawk Bank at Nearly a yearjjgoT J Goffof North Fonda N Y on account of a physical infirmity he being ninety years of age Middletown bought of G W Rash 42 leaves Colonel Samuel Shoch Presi steers at 5 cents a pound They were dent of the Columbia Pennsylvania delivered last week and weighed 1523 National Bank beyond doubt tlio old Â¬ pounds Mr Goff sold them to Geo Becker at 4 cents Lem Rush sold est Bank President in this country Colonel Shoch was ninety years old on Monday to Moses Kahn CO cattle the 2StIr day of last Slay having been weighing upwards of 1000 pounds at 4S26 S P Kerr has bought about bom in Harrisburg in 1707 00000 bushels of wheat at an average There has probably not less than price of G21 cents He has shipped lot 000 acres of mineral privileges ex Â¬ none of h but is grinding it at the rate changed hands iu this county within or 500 bushels per day Winchester the past sixty days as a result of the Democrat possibility of a railroad being built in At the Court house door at Versailles the near future The current price is 50r 75 cents per acre the donor always Monday fine farm and a distillery retaining the right to mine coal for were ollered at public sale by the heirs hnu ehod purpose Greemay Litch of the late T J Sellers The farm field Barrett Trigg are I believe oflered was one containing 25Tacres 5 miles from Versailles good laud and Hie largest buyers withT A Stratton It was purchased by of Chattanooga Tenn a good second improvements Judge Kilgore of Wise county Va is Joseph Sellers at 5275 per acre on the conducting the buying for the former same terms as above - The distillery Fifty thousand acres were donated to capacity 3 barrels per day with about the Chattaroi railroad in the event 90 acres of timbered and arable land said road is built to Fikeviile and was sold to Zack Sellers at 3000 oilier points in lie country by the first Midway Clipper of October 1868 Pike County Cor The sale of Mrs A E Govert effects Rev George O Barnes created a yesterday was poorly attended but s iiation Sunday night in his sermon fair prices were realized The house Â¬ at Morel lead when he snid Dear hold and kitchen fnriilture sold at remarkably hich friend- - do you know why I am here prices Horses I ansver for you no but 1 will tell brought from 55 to 75 you it Is because I got a letter from a mules 05 25 yearling mules 71 jack 200 milk cow 2B 75 cul man dated the 8h of June and h IIiBt I could have only been here milk cows and oolves 25 to 37 50 bi ure that fatal 22ud when the writer yearling steers at 3 05 stock hogs 4 IM his life In that letter he invited GCMta mountain ewesl 95 The farm me to come to Morehead bring my of 70 acres was sold io Will Murphy at fmnlj and slay at hi9 house and it 80 20 Stanford Journal uoiildnot costmea cent The letter Several of our hemp growers have 1 refirlo was written by CraicToliver machines for purchased cutting Jti t before the speaker sat Boone hemp It will be remembered llixt who had killed the desperado L iau He turned deathly pule and seeing that during the cutting season last ycartlfe negroes struck for higher wages and all eyes were centered upon him he arose and walked quietly out of the farmers were forced to import lalxir from other counties The machines are chruch siild to be a fcuccessj their cutting Miss Annie Kilson the young lady capacity is said to be about ten acres w ho was shot and seriously wounded per day Winchester Democrat by Bill Taylor died of her wounds A Texas newspaper says that there Sunday at her home in Monterey Owen county Ky It will be remem are only 60000 cattle under contract bered that last February Taylor in a for the trail against 100000 a year ago drunken ppree and from no apparent and that cattle that sold for 50 three cause shot his sweetheart Miss Annie years ago only bring 33 now The Kiison and inflicted what has proven reason assigned for this is that the up to be a fatal wound The citizens of country grazers instead of buying cat- Â¬ now take Owen county at the time of the shoot tle for breeding purpos ing became so indignant at the outrage only fattening steers whice will bring that Taylor was 6ent to Louisville or them quick returns safe keeping and has ever since been Mr Kahn shipped last Saturday 348 lying in the Louisville jail to await the head of beaves oue of the finest lots result of the girls Injury Taylor was that everJefl here He paid generally very much distressed at the news of his 4c with premium for extra lots He victims death says lie thinks lie got of J W Ferguson 120 averaging deserves hanging h595L Ardery 83 averaging 1635 Money is very tight In the Louis- Â¬ J W Harmon 20 averaging 1020 ville market at this time said the Jno I Moore 82 averaging 1575 handsomest and most gallant of the Jack Wrlgli 20and Jollu Tate 17 averaging over 1450 Paris Ken young bank Presidents this morning The cause of it Is that nearly all the tucblaii available supply is used by the tobacco Notwithstanding the terrible drouth people There I 60000 thousand hogs Â¬ aod alleged destruction of farm pro Â¬ heads of the weed being carried by the generally throughout lhe yest banks of this city at the present lime ducts fhe exikirts 6fbreadstufnviu July reach Â¬ When the article was very low pur- Â¬ 15730218 an excess of foar millions chasers went into the market and ed a quarter over thosVof Uuly 1885 bought liberally and as it lias advanc- Â¬ and while the exports of beef ptirk and ed rapidly and prices are expected to UJiirjf products reached 8577451 an go higher holders will not sell and the increase ofubout a million dollars over money market remains light Ifthere month those for the corresponding is any further advance it is likely that last year a great deal of tobacco from Europe will be brought back One of the stables atLatonia Jockey Ky What is money worlli4iow containing Club Orvlrkfori Seven per cent to regular custom- Â¬ twenty eight stalls was burned Wed ers Other than these we have no nesday morning Mrs James Burgher supply of accommodations Post Glendale O had four valuable trotters burned namely Paragragh record Representative-Hon H B Hogg the J31Uy elect JlocrelUrs3acJd for the counties of 4layr 240 30 Miss Burgher Rogers record 23T0j Owsley and Jackson was born iu These Booneville Ky July 27th 1863 beÂ¬ andtfouutry Jake rerd3222 four were ValuetlatflOOSbt A number ing eligible by only four days at the lime or his election Mr Hogg is one of sulkies harness and blankets be or twins his twin sister Mrs Dr Jas longing to different parties were burn Â¬ Olass is living in California He Is the ed eldest eon of Mayor S P Hogg form Â¬ erly Circuit Clerk of Letcher county Do you want pure drags and the best oi d grandson of Hpn Hiram Hogg Yoo who served many years as Representa brands of tobaccos and cigars tive from Letcher county this State can find them at I J Brooks Junesj tf Mr Hogg attended the public schools Â¬ Â¬ I Â¬ crat Judge L H Parrish in the capacity of auctioneer sold at the Court house door Monday the property of Johnson Sellers decM I he farm known as the Jim Singleton farm situated 3J miles south of Versailles ou the Nlch olasville pike was bought by Jerome Sellers at 00 per acre The home farm containing about 250 acres was bought by Joseph Seller at 25 50 per acre The distillery property was sold INCONSISTENT DENUNCIATIONS Patersou Daily Guardian The New York Tribune denounces President Cleveland for turning out all the Republican office holders The Sun denounces him for keeping them in The World denounces him for both Is it not perfectly clear that de nunciation is the main tiling with all and that whatever the President did would make no difference to journals which are agin him for political and personal reasons TKA1TOKS TO TIIE REPUBLIC Richmond Dlsiteli word but is it not true that the northern Republican leaders are traitors to the republic In order to gain or retain the offices of the gov Â¬ ernment they are willing to keep the country iu a state of unrest and turmoil from one years end io another Twenty two years after the war be Â¬ tween the States ended they are found pummeling the defunct Southern Con Â¬ federacy and striving to perpetuate a solid South as a means of perpetuating a solid North TIIE TRUE DEMOCRATIC TOLICY Philadelphia Record It is a harsh V Itis better to keep up the whisky tax to pay the soldiers pensions and tobacco tax to pay the interest on the war debt By so doing the tax on the ntcessaries of living and on the crude materials out of which we make metals cloths medicines and the like may be lessened and the lot of poor men and workingmen be made comfortable That Is the Cleveland policy and it is the true Democratic policy IS TnE CAUCASIAN PLAYED OUT St Louis Dispatch The platform of the Iowa Republi- cans declares it to be the intention of the Southern people to degrade the negroes into a servile form of cheap but the same platform is as labor dumb as an oyster about the Pennsyl Â¬ vania coal miners who receive about half as much as Southern negroes doing the same kind of work If is a tenet of Itepublican fail htlmt an oppressed laoorer is entitled to relief only when he wears a tjluck skin and is the Caucasian played out Â¬ AN OHIO TEST Boston Herald The Columbus O Journal says that the returning of the rebel Hags is a Â¬ lest question of patriotism iu Ohio Then we fear Ohio must be in a bad way But our impression is that the people of Ohio are all patriotic or so nearly all that it is not worth while to make note of those who are the excep- Â¬ tions This flag business Is really the test of the IacK of intelligence or the extent of prejudice that remains among her people There may be still some left who are influenced by it but for the credit of the State we hope they are not mauy in number THE EHERMAN FOKAKER FIGHT St Louis Republican John Shermans supporters in Ohio are convinced to n moral certainty that Foraker is in alliance with Blaiue and there support of him is on this ac- Â¬ count far from enthusiastic Shermans persistence in forcing the Presidential fight into the State Convention makes it impossible to keep it out of the State campaign and there is much suppress- Â¬ ed ill feeling betweeu the Sherman and Foraker factions Itis understood ou both sides that if Foraker could be elected by an increased majority Sher- Â¬ mans chances of controlling the delegation next year would not be worth Â¬ considering HE WAS FOOLING THEM Philadelphia Record When Mr Randall wasa candidate for Speaker toucceed M C Kerr of Indiana ho wrote a letter to the Gal- Â¬ veston Cham ber of Commerce for the purpose of quieting the suspicions of the Texas Representatives as to his soundness on the tariff question In that letter he was somewhat vague and In general language he expressed himself Iu favor of a change of policy The country he intimated had out- Â¬ grown the industrial conditions then existing and what is needed most in hisjppinlon was an outlet to the mark- Â¬ ets oflhe world As the old maxim has if Treachery lies hidden in gen- Â¬ On the strength of this let eralities -- Â¬ Â¬ Well no wpntier add thogentle- - extension Is made another to Lancas ujuu CAauillllllg ii u is IlHIU and at Lancaster the Mie Urtvill follow editorial page of the letlger Life i Chesapeake4iiil Ohio systetri will be tappedi- Altogether tUe probability is What is that terrjIeJckeaou asked a Whitehaller as lie passed a great that Louisvilles deV outlet to house on Queen street and heard a the South will quickly spring- into child yelling at liie lop of Ps voice prominence by reasoii ofita important Oh thats nolhingi exclaimed his1 connection CLEVELAND AND HILL companion if is simplv w woman Few EVIDENCES OF PROGRESS perpuseice3tPrthose who live Enqulrerj oaugiug ner iieir wnitemu Times alolig trio line have any conception Most men who write several columns One thing said iufaorof bicycles1 each day have necessarily written a observes thePblladelphiaNorth Amer- Â¬ of the magnitude ofthe work that has great deal of nonsense This statement ican is that a man was nevetf known been done on thellueof the L6nfsville Southern1 indeed any one who has is Intended to Include Mr Henry Wat to come home druti on one of them terson But when Mr Watterson Perhaps not hut he- has been known watchedtheworK from itacommence wrote that Governor Hill of New to come liome looking as if he had ment until ilrtw will be astonished at the rapidity witli which it has1 moved York could not for a moment think of been on a six weeks tear aud in seeking the Democratic Presidential several fights after having been on one if he wllltake tlie trouble to ride - overM J thb rfoht rif WaV nomination Without the consent and of them Norristown Herald SbelbyvIIIe Lawrenceburg and Har approval of President Cleveland then The Waco Day asks who ever heard rodsburg the three principal towns he wrote very good sense But has it ever occurred to Mr Watterson to of a man smoking his way Into along the route have caught the The News wout undertake spfritvof progresi from the approach think that such consent and approval heaven may be given Stranger things have to answer the question but wHlslmply oftlienew enterprise ami are getting suggest that the Gtod Book tellsus ready for the arrival New houses-- are happened Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store Richmond Ky June 22 tf that the prophet Elijah wento heayeii goiug up alone with- - tlie price of town m in a chariot of lire and where there lots and business lis preparing Jor a FEDERAL AID IS NOT NEEDED was so muchiflre there must iiave been boom Courier Journal 7 some smoke Deuison Tex Nes TltE PACIPld RAILWAY STEAL That Federal aid is not needed for Spacious hotels witli broad piazzaSji the blacks is freshly shown by the speech upon 8tate a flairs wliichjGJjy over which in moonlight and sunlight Philadelphia Times Lowry of Mississippi delivered at fffirwdiiren drinh gIeamiilK6urmiTeT iMany able and earnest men have costumesU Thirisu western puft for Vicksburg last week Mississippi is mado battle againstthu gigantic Pa Â¬ oue of the three Southern States in a summer resorl Boston papers local- cific railway steal to get a chance which the negro imputation exceeds izmg wjII save themselves from the charge of plagiarism byJnterpolating for an honest account between those the white the figures for 1880 belog corporations and the Government that 650291 of the former to 47939S dr the something about the reflected light from the eyeglasses Waltliam llmesl gave them life credit and fortune latter and if thelilair Bill were needed Instead of giving the Government for any State it would be needed for Pears to me said lluele Pete as opea books and honest accounts the Mississippi But Gov Lowry o speecli he leaned his hoe against the corn crib men who controlled the Paclflo shows again as the reports of superin- Â¬ and extracted a pebole from itis shoe few railways have- - systematically robbed tendents of- - education have shown pear td me like Uar was some kind Government amassed fortunes before that Mississippi is able to edu of misdecomporishum in all dis talki the rating up in millions for themselves catcher children black as well as about babies cuttmteef pp wayIseJ and lavishly employed the Govern- Â¬ white without turning beggar 0ur cum o look at it hits jde teef clittin ment nloney to corrupt Congress and common schools he said are in a de baby Leaswlse dats de way hit accounting officials thereby hindering ob1 cnllud chtdeu far better condition than they have looks hi tlte case just settlement been hitherto and I may safely assert Exchange Senator Thurman was successful in ZuJL that there is uot a boy or girl while or An old farmer came into a suburban breaking through tho corrupt nnd black that niay not get a a fair educa- village oue day this week to hire help powerful lobby that has long besieged WE SELL A PULL tion by availing themselves of schools LINE OF for mowing But Ihey wereuob to bet Washington to prevent accountability convenient to them for if is the object bad at imy price and the old granger by tuePacIfic railways for the millions 37XXO of the law making power of the State left disgusted saying It beats all they Obtained Worn the Government to so establish the schools that every uaturfIielpaInHinirTloimnTTiTfwalAfter a most desperate battle with child can be reached I may say in days and rthey want twice asbhuch the lobby and with corruption In too that under the connection this Tlljsl Vobln atid out of Congress the Thurman Bill wages as liertrwuth system adopted by the present State will tax the jumbo Intellects to tiud waspassed in reasonably fair shajie Superintendent we have a better class what Providence but although years have elapsed the there wuth of teachers than heretofore The Journal operations of the Tliurman law have J3 A BRECK WIGGINS Governor reported the higher institu Â¬ been systeinatiqally defeated The A farmer stood at thelthlca gas well tions of learning also in a favorable millions of wealth acquired by indi- Â¬ condition saying of the oue for colored yesterday and sadly declared that it viduals who misappropriated the mon Â¬ youths The Alcorn College for col was just ruining liible prophecyjoditrl ey and credit the Goverment gave to ored boys is prosperous and succeeding such things On being asked Io ex- Â¬ the7oiranit gas is tho Pacific railways have been ued admirably Its President and faculty plain he said without atlut to control the politics of are working in harmony together aud all pumped out of the ertlidonjt it the Pacific States aud to purchase the trustees who are composed In the stand to reaspnjhatjnere wilfbejiotl United Stales Senatorshlp3 and elect lug lelt inside for tlie liual burning up main of the citizens in the vicinity protect the organized look after the finances of the institu- Â¬ of tlie world It is just spoiling Bible Cougressmento robbery of tlie Government Among prophecy and ought to be stopped tion AND OF the millionaires who have bought Elmira Gazette Serialofships out of tjie Pacific railway W1IAT THE FUXXY PAPERS SAY Mrs Goldleaf newly grodiiatedfronij plunder is Senator Stanford who was a very numoie spnere ot ine is lonu oi lately a witness before the commis tiou A occtilist says that only one man using a French word now and then that is now Investigating the question Kept in the county and will furnish from the smallest Cottage to the finest Mansion at crrr prices in GOO knows how to take care of his and this she always does with strikiug by direction of Conxresn We are also prepared to do HOOFING and will guarantee to give you the best and most satisfactory eyes Thats lucky for you sonny effect As for instance when speak- Â¬ For tlie first time since tlie Govern Â¬ We carry a large stock of best brands of ROOFING TIN PLATE and will ing of some duty her maid servant had ment has attempted to obtain an ac Â¬ job you can get anywhere Boston Herald We also carry a nice line of left undone she remaked In a light count witlithe Pacitic railways it has not delay your work If it were as hot in Central Africa as airy manner Pauline is a good ajcommissiou of investigation that not it is iu New York one would see each and Hottentot grow hotter and totter N servant a very good servant but I only means to Investigate but that must confess she is apt to ber neglige know how to Investigate When ex Which we warrant for one year besides a fair line of Tinware Shelf Hardware Garden Y Commercial Advertiser Implements Harpers Bazar Gov Pattison was placed at the head Farm Wagons Seed Strippers Mowers Twine Binders Cultivators Grain Drills c The most afflicted part of the house of the comissiou it ment not only ABostunphysiciarUellsnfncasp nq 11 is full of panes and is the window ISTD an attack of hay fever that was arrest honest inquiry but fearless aud search who has uot seen more than one win- Â¬ june22tf IRON MANTELS AND GRATES ed by tlie Jatlent breaking his leg inn inquiry and when Senator StanfFIRE BRICK AND FIRE CLAY dow blind American Inventor Hay fever victims who go several turn- - J ord- informed the ex Governor that The country may as well make up its uitqiuiies iruui iiuiiitvuu escaiKj Miei his questions were tingentlenianly and mind to the inevitable Jefl Davis or disaasesbould ciitthis oof aliil paste It declined to answer because he wanted the forgers of his letters do uot propose on their handkerchiefs If breaking a to know exactly what had been done to give it a rest Dallas News leg should fail to eflect a cure iu some with Government money the commis Â¬ applied to the JTuited sion It is estimated that there is one Cow cases breaking the neck would be cer- Statespromptly Court for an order re- Â¬ Circuit to every four persons iu this country tain to go right to the spot Beware of quiring the Senator to answer The imitations NorristowH Herald The young lady with the J court will doubtle grant the order always gets her share Philadelphia Tell me lie- - wliispered with tlie a3 tlje Government H directly iutev Ca I hoarsenessqfemqllon wlifsperedjis ff estpd in tiieexpeudtureofthe Pacific lie icoi TIh npvpr Ion liitp In do trnnil utiiijuuMyli VU UK1 corporation and then the Senator will Reckon thats why so many waitunlil catch tlie questjoljaiul eaj it to some either tell the truth aud convict him- Â¬ you ever self and his associates of employing they ate goiug to die before they begin other ears to do good Kentucky State Journal loved Government money- - to plunder the She trembled She hesitated for nJ Govern en t or he ill land iu prison Did it ever occur to you that the mnineiit andh thought he felt jier Tlie - Government is fortunate in woman with the new bonnet and the blushes glowiuto his eyes She trem Â¬ having so fearless Tnlll capaple a head man with the new shoes always occupy bled and iu a still- soft whfsper gentle to lite Pacific Railroad Commission Youkerg a4hesummer breeze answered the- front rows at church asex Governor Pattisori aud there Id Statesman Not this summer San Fruicisco now forthe first time a fair prospect roTiiole f an investigation luat will thorough A poor little college does not make a Ch Twiri fijends lartftfwalkiifj along thej jvestigate and render an honest ac- Â¬ man bigger by giving hima title that is to be added to his name aud becomes sitreetj one oi inein count between the Pacitic railwaysand rroiiiing a nuisance forever Nev Orleans house saysriTheresAabeautifulipIace tlie Government Scores of millions Picayune but illirnouglltu make apnqn sid to have been- literally atolen by these He What a lovely complexion yoti look abif- - Why s8rCHu account railway combinations nnd the stolen of its history for despite its calm and moneylargely used to corrupt authori have Mis3 Maud but we ought to be lovely it cost 1 8ereiiesurrouuiliics it was built iiuou ty and prevent an account She It tjlroaiis tears waiiijiiyidiblodlfj seem at last fo be wlthni sight ofopei i u box Detroit Free Press widows orphan old men and strug books with tliiit hitherto invincible and The Chicago Journal sayg Jliework gling women iou dont say mi conscienceless Pagiflg railway1 rings of tlie funny man on the newspaper Is Wasjit built by arailrosdmonopolist certainly improving No reforrn ever Ohiio by a deutist 7Arkansaw FEMALE GUM CIIEWERS t had more room to slash round in lraveler Chew- - It ha be- Â¬ Chew Chew Lowell Courier fcl A MillUll and he or sha M come a National habit V iVM is i i i LOUIS VILLEOUTHEBN If you can show us anything prettier nv - who has not a mouthful of gum or I lt- - i yt Oil ill J at this season thau a girl of 10 with ii tobacco upon which tlie energies are june 22 tf golden hair rosy cheeks ruby Hus and expended is an exception in social Courier Journal vrB f Wir wrvan dressed in white tulle with a blue rlr gatherings on the street car at public The raefchauts arulither business boti around her neck letusseeife it is the same ever- Â¬ men of Louisville are deeply interested entertainments Boston Courier lasting wagging of the chin Wax in the building Of the LOuiavilieSoutii figures of the people of the present will No mau knows bow much he really ern It opens npto therria fertile ter- Â¬ be mads a thousand yeius from now womau until she has presented ritory from which loves a they have hitherto with a perpetual motion machine hid Â¬ o him with the worked- canvas far the QUICKEST MOST DIRECTrAND FAVORITE LINE TO den in the mouth to keep the jaws natty traveling bag and ho adords sides of a moving in order to be a realistic repre Â¬ them a competitive connection Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga T5 AVISH TO ANNOUNCE TO New has paid 7 or 8 for having it made up with the Itfortlt Sout1V ami JfiasU sentation The figure would be a car- Â¬ the tnide tlvwt we have a large icature without it Happy is the gum Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the Lowell Citizen There is no doubt that altectiie Wt manufacturer iri this day and genera Â¬ and veil selected line ff There are several ways of maklug a ofnext February Cinciunat i Southern tion forthe cry is still for more of- his bustle of newspaper of wire or other trains Will come into Louisville liver7 products Retiiied women can rival material But the largest sized aud the new road and the freight1 tariffs of the most Inveterate Like the their power of chewing most complete bustle Is made by the lie older ihorouglifare from RuVgiri to flowing of Tennysons Brook their Toledo Blade small boy who lets a live rat loose iu a Louisville wjil be glyen to the younger jaws wag on forever TIIE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST- ins - The prospect Is excellent that the sewing bee Texas Sittings iJ T with Frankfort- Paris and GeorgetrM n rail- Â¬ Morniiii and Trains from CIdcIbbMI dim Leilftgtoa an 01 jmBeiuaniiBCttny Local Produce Markets Wont some of our kind friends road wJU be extended frpmFraulfirt the important Cities ot the ttontli without ctiaDge H giMOCANN please send us a photograph of a dollar RUNNISO THROUGH CARS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IX to Lawrenceburg The peopje iof An- - CORRKtiTED WEkKIY- BY TWENTY EIGHT HOURSJ KJIllJ It has been sVfougsince weliaveseen CRdCEBtAWSTREET RldllMbNDKY TravrIer ha vo a choice of two kinds ot Sieaetog Cwr oa XTrvf Inn drtnninl 1 a dollar thatwearo afraid wo will uot put up all the money that Is required OptLItU It O UtU QUEEN AND CRESCENT KOUTE Hnmiir giegMX Boa Richmond KY Sept 7 1SS7 lolr Buffet Car and PnllmaaV Finest Palace Buffet Sleeper State Room Pattern know it when we see one again if to secure it It liiis-- already secured Beef Cattle Butcher- Nearly AU tlie Leading Railroads we ever do WoodstocK Virginian subscfipl Jonslo tle abnouol of SOfjQd 4iOg9 passengers boMlsg llekets rta this Mne are Grand Central Union Depot in Cincinnati Cured llams therefore saveit transfer nercsstbo City and are assured a Jeuruey attended witk speed There Is a church in OIney III inFranklin and Bourboi couiUiesaud Sugar Hams Country comfort and cenvenlence in which yon can find the Bacon Eta hypocrite in it The other the likelihood Is that Scott county will without 120 i4C Une CuredMiY55iVr via- - Queen and Crescent Is m jjunc Sunday the clergyman iS5 iStm invited the -1 ooi General Offices St Paul Building Wet Fonrth Ht Cincinnati Ofate Chicfcn assured fast and its connection wlfen hypocrites to stand up and shovvJIbem 50752 JOHNCUAULT ILCOLIRAN if i ioI2C selves and not a single persoiiXarose built- with the Louisville Southern General Manager UeaeaU FMsencer Aeat 62UIA1C -Wlieat R CARROLL RXRYAN The pastor must havebeeu greatly vJbuld be a great thing foHLbuisville General Buperlntenamt Flour at Miilsfrom- fjneatfj Assistant General Passen gee Agent xl LATEST STYLES pleased Detrot Free Presa There is also gtropg probability tlfatj Cortjpexbarelv j5qgw 00 and Tire LOWEST PRICES 1 4ofucoc a branch of Hie Loulsvillo Southern Hv ner 100 Itis You musut call me a salesperson iri tjieafjperiboibs will be built to Lexington by way ol Oats 4050 said a prettyHop glrjrirridliujj a la a Versailles If that branch shouhile ijard otsioc Tallow 7HTT aJ53C rather elderly co worker We build TEACTION anil PORTABTS TTMnTNT rn t rh builij it jwljl affordMri uitpgtQif We do net intend tobeTJNDERSOLt Theu youshoulJnt have told Mr opportunity RSV0LVIHa3XBAWSTACTrBSKrd4WJDLL3 ClUsapeaKe Io brug the and to ourcu3tiiihers wasay we will Crash that it was very appropriate jjut writs for Free Clrealus L- Wantad A r 575c RlyenuU vauejor eyery dollar in Â¬ and Ohio road into- - Louisville on- - the Meal per j JTfr f Co Robinson me at tlie remnant counter tlng bushel Oats 71 was 50c vested wiili aiiil irs irRe you to most favorable terms as hewburd tlieli Orcn4rdGrassVftjii mt nu Sivi3RlchmontirLlAZJJrSSSvLJ li the indignant jrepiyLife ui5 give us an early eall haVe his choice of two toadil i y German JMilIet I sl In I io A hopeless case 3 40 -Waals the matter ItIs0 nearly certain that be Louis Timothy bub Inquired a Philadelphia citizen YilIeSoulbern will bo extended from Oats in sheafirt jvi ta- Choice blue grass seed of a little boy who waV crying My Harrodsburs to Danville that It may Rti top seed Wy At Mcat3ss Old Stand 7S5s v k klte wont Qyfi sobbed the lad berBefdown as an ussared fttcr If thia Swett Potatoes 25000 June 22 Oiu - FOLLOW THE CROWD - - THIS WEEK - Low Prices will Astonish You RAMSEY OLDHAM Sha cKeiior -- G entry Co3 AEE HEADQUARTERS FOR- AU Kinds of HARDWARE STOVES and TUTWARE Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Supplies Rooliiags fs ntieilngj snd all kinds of Tin and Siieet Iron brie 15one in the most Workmanlike Manner NOKS BUT TI3E BUST OF WORKMEN EMPLOY SB WORK SAJEfcliiVTEr Implemenst Known To The Trade Boss Farming Call and Examine our Stock before Hiiying j2Ltf We Can Please Yon W F Â¬ fIf BRECK Attention Oontr actors WE KEEP THE LARGEST BEST SELECTED STOCK WIGGINS Builders Hardware and Building Material laEXIMSSTOEI BEZXS COOK STOVES and RAttTES JBLASTINa POWDER XTrsAIIIXE W T EDiyrJkRpS red-sha- wl- lVll-mo-li- - toa - I - - The Enterprising Young Merchant on Eirst Street carries a full line of Staple and Eancy Groceries His goods are the best and his prices the lowest i HEW - il QUEEH A1TD CRESCENT EOTJTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads W tobacco-chewere-l- Principal Poin is Soni Eas Nislit ana SonMes t mm HATS TRUIffKS ilnlv TiA 0S 1TA3LISSS JdSShSZ gbeismwaorerrpad - Jrii ERglsIvJi4t--- BEST GOODS eatoiEs f Travel ltCT 35J fi FcatlieswB L ojaso MijJ i 4qo ftm u beedj jri nt t i w bwhete i IMjVir THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 7 18S7 Robinson defeated Jones in the red hot primary election for Sheriff of Montgomery county Our Lexington correspondent says ten thousand girls were at the Fair on Friday all chewing To lu The Strange Adventures of a Oanal Boat is the fantastic title of William Blacks latest novel soon to be issued Mrs E D E N Southworth lias written more novels than any writer in this country She has just completed her seventy first wife a dime to buy a box of hair Â¬ HIS CHEEK ESCAPED pins or a gum ring for the baby it looks about seven times as big Glasgow as when he planks it down for Col Billy Bradley News thrown out was beer of a buggy last week and his eye in Col L D Baldwin and W T jured That wonderful cheek of his Jones Representative elect have however escaped unhurt loughl the Jessamine Journal HOW THE GOV GETS THERE Col H M McCarty ex assistant Shelby News Secretary of State will assume the editorial mantle Heres our Gov J B McCreary was around mixing with the people- on the fair hand gentlemen grounds yesterday In answer to a We propose that the George- question be said that the exhibits were town Times and the Lebanon magnificent the attendance simply Standard and Times trade compli- wonderful the ladies beyond compari Â¬ You have both burned son the men true Keuluckiaus and the ments out lately and have both started perpetuity unbounded again without the intermission of Dr John M Foster and Miss Lizzie D a single edition Lots of nice PERSONAL White were married at Castlewood the things have been said about you beautiful home of the bride at 1 1 oclock and we now propose that you trade George Borders has gone to Lexington on Thursday morningSeptember 1st 1887 compliments to attend school Prof W D McClintock officiating Only were present Tlere is a division in the Miss Ella March is visiting Miss Sallic After the immediate family took the train dinner the couple Patton of Jessamine county Christian church at Winchester for Washington City where Dr Foster on account of the introduction of Miss Callie Chenault visited Miss Sarah attended the International Medical ConThe Holt of Frankfort last week an organ into the church gress They are expected home by way opponents of the instrument claim Mr Robt Bailey of the Garnett House of New York and Old Point Saturday that its introduction is due to the has gone to St Louis to locate and will take rooms at Mr T S Elliss possession of itching ears on the The groom is a well known physician Mr J John Connerof Louisville is visit- of part of those favoring its admisRichmond and came from Lexington sion its frionds claim that the op ing her daughter Mrs A J Reed about five years ago The bride is the position to it comes from the lack Miss Annette Van Meter of Clarke only daughter of Senator R J White of ears altogether or to the pos count- is visiting Miss Nettie Stockton They took their numerous friends greatly session of very long ones Dr Will Jennings is attending to Dr by surprise Yet they are wished a long Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - nature that when a man gives his It is a singular phase of human will make us safe and give us value received for our money Havent our lawyers therability to frame such a proposition as will bind the railroad to fulfill their contracts We say then we are not afraid of a railroad If it is a fair square clean cut proposition one that the county can accept without oppressing her lax payers that will bring in 200 for every 100 ex- Â¬ pended then we say as sensible men we should accept it If we dont get such a proposition let us reject it Until a definite proposition is laid before the people you can not decide for or against We lay these thoughts before our readers and when a proposition is made we have an abiding faith that the good sense and sound judgment of our people will assert itseJf and that time will show the decision lo have been for the greatest good to the greatest number of our people Â¬ Â¬ take charge of the Carlisle Academy He opposite side of the street were broken by the Intense heat That the coon who dropped a keg upon securing the services of Mr Rhodes of horse shoes be was carrying out of He is one of the most thorough gentlemen Shackelford Gentrys and burst the we have ever known was a good student keg just on the curbstoue made frantic at college and won the respect of all who efforts to pick all of them up before the knew him Success to you Professor fire caught tbem A small TJ 8 flag pnt up over the door of DiuelUs Odd Fellows picnic BORN day moved and fluttered and had a At Waco Ang 30th to the wife of high old time while the Opera House was burning and although the flames John P Lannen a girl were all round over above and behind it the bouse bad nearly all fallen be- Â¬ DIED fore it disappeared and then some boy knocked it down On Sunday September 4th at his late That a Main street man threw a residence in this county of catarrh of bucket of water on bis plate glass to the stomach Mr Geo W Ballew in the cool tbem off and broke tbem into six-Â¬ 86th year of his age His remains were teen thousand pieces buried yesterday morning in the family That Col D V Tribble had sold burying ground two hundred and fifty cords of wood at Silver Creek aboard tbe cars at the low sum of SI 50 per cord will be assisted byiMiss Sallie Mclntyrc We congratulate the citizens of Carlisle LIVE STOCK SAEKET BEPOBT OFFICE OF s9ioWonD Gram- CORRECTEE WEEKLY BY L5pER CO WEBER DEALEIS IK JLive Stock Commission Merchants at Cincinnati UnionjStock Yards and Hardware Stovesjinware and Agricultural Covington Sock Yards Implements f - L gt v 5 JSm - Public -- - Sale I will on to St- - As Trustee of C Stafford CINCINNATI OMOjSlPTEMBER 5U8S7 SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 15 87 Richmond I 4 00 3 S MATRIMONIAL MOTHERS WIVES DAUGHTERS Mr J P Bicknell and Miss Serena J Van Winkle were married at 9 oclock Sun- Â¬ day morning at the home of the brides father in Berea Ky by Rev Jno Fee On yesterday aiternoon at 5 oclock Mr H L Johnson of Birmingham Ala was married to Miss Ides Quigler of Louisyille at the residence of her mother on Third Avenue Prof Williamson performed the ceremony Mr Johnson is a brother of Mrs Williamson and Miss Laura Johnson Mr Willis Brown of Chicago and Miss Mamie B Wines of Spencer Indiana were married on Thursday morn ing September 1st 1887 at the home of the brides brother Mr E C Wines near Richmond Rev W Y Sheppard offi- Â¬ ciated The couple took the afternoon train for Chicago Be your own physician A lady who for years suffered from distressing female complaints weaknesses etc so common to her sex and had de- Â¬ spaired of a cure finally found remeÂ¬ dies which completely cured her Any sufferer can use them and thus cure herself without the aid of a physi Â¬ cian Two recipes treatise and full di Â¬ rections fiee Sealed Address Mrs W C Holmes 658 Broadway N Y Name this paper 13JuI lyr firm of F J Cheney Co I considered It my religious duty to make that fel Â¬ low a bet You see be was about dead and 1 guess he would have died before Spring if I had not got him on the bet You know some men had rather loose their lives than lose a hundred well he was one of Ibat kind and we both came near being out but I saved my hundred and it only cost him ten dollars Hows that He sent for me one day and said the doctors had all given him up to die with tbe catarrh I told him that I would bet him 100 that Halls Catarrh Cure vould cure him or I would give him 100 if it failed He took the latter proposition This was three mouths ago you see how be looks now dont you as well as any one and a dandy American Toledo O A Novel Bet -- While I am not a betting man said F J Cheney of tbe 3 50 Common to Fair Good to Extra Oxen 3 oo 2 3 40 Fair to Good Oxen 3 I 25 Common and Rough BUTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra 3S oo Fair to Good Common to Fair 90 Good to Extra Cows 65 Fair to Good Cots 35 Common Cows 75 00 Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS Best Shipping I 3 50 3 65 25 3 35 Best Bologna Fair Bologna 3 OO 3 35 3 35 3 O0 Fair to Good Feeders 1 25 t 59 Common and This FEEDERS AND STOCKERS 3 65 2 75 Good Extra Steers 2 65 3 50 Fair to Good Steers 2 oo 2 40 Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin Stackers 1 75 3 00 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 35 oo40 00 30 oo3o 00 Fair to Good Common 10 oot8 00 Best Veal Calves 5 00 4 75 Fair to Good 4 50 4 oo Common and Heavy 3 50 3 00 SPRING LAMBS Good Extra Heavy f 5 6o 5 75 Good Butcher 5 50 5 oo Fair Butchers 4 75 4 35 Common and Tail Ends 3 75 35 HOGS Select Butchers 5 40 5 30 Fair to Good Packers 5 25 5 35 oo Good to Extra Lights 5 5 15 Light Pigs 65 4 90 4 Roughs and Scalawags 00 3 3 50 4 3 2 3 Ky Shptemuhk 1st 1SST Dear Sir jOn Uie night of August 29th our building with the greater sale to bidder expose part of our stock of Hardware Iron Tinware c was burned We estate following take this means of advising you that we have bought the stock of W 0 Peyton aud have rented his store room next door to McCanns and will have in a verv few davs acomnlete stock all inshane We We hope our friends will bear in mind the change ot location take this opportunity of thanking our many friends in the county and town as well as customers in others counties for their liberal patronage in the past Assuring them that we greatly appreciate it we respectfully ask their continued patronage in the future for Office Build- Â¬ we need it after our misfortune more than ever We hope those indebted to us will see and appreciate our need This plant is almost new having been built and in operation of money and call and pay us only about two years is thoroughly equipped with nil the most ml Very Respectfully Yours ern improved machinery and in complete order Also in the town of Bichmond Ky proceed at public the highest described valuable real the to wit The Planing KIOBCM03SriD D Mill and Mill Including Grounds ings and Machinery SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO TWO NEW FRAME COTTAGES containing five rooms on the S E Corner HalKe Irvine and Onuu streets and Lots No- - 7 8 9 10 11 29 and 30 in the Estill addition One lot on Irvine street near Formans Roller Mill bein old mill lot iaion Go Bonds FOU -- The Bonds issued in payment of sub- Â¬ scription of Madison county to Louisville and Nashville Railroad due in February April July and October 1SS7 and 1SS8 will be paid on maturity at the Madison National Bank Richmond Ky tf- C D CHENAULT Com AT THE Dwelling House and Lot on Main Street feet by HOUSE Fronting 77 two good272 feet deep allThis is a very desirable locution necessary outbuildings such a cisterns and It has on it wood and coal house cabin stable crib and carriage house Terms easy and made known on application and on day of sale 13Jul 10t M GROCERY OF not Your City Tax is past due Bemainlng unclaimed in tbe Post paid by September 1st 10 per ceutIf will offlce at Bichmond Ky week ending be ndded according to the law Sept 6th 1887 B A BABLOW City Collector John BreckinridgeMlttie Lewi Office at Second National Bank Bobt McAlister Nan Block 2 augl tf T BMcGIenn Nannie Bowlln LETTERS LAST CALL J STONE WALKEK Trustee DYKES --49p ON 3 isr -- North Second Street A full and complete stock of IIS i ol B W BurmenB MissBessieRBurliiiMrs Foitcrs patients during theabsence of the life of greatest happiness and prosperity The railway builders having girdled the earth and gndironed all of Europe and most of Ameri ca with their steel tracked roads now have their eyes fixed on China and Eastern Kentucky which places seem to be the only ones in all the world not having yet learned the importance of railroads in developing the re sources and building up the com- Â¬ merce of a country Â¬ latter Mr Lewis Bybee has been very ill with fever We are glad to note that he is improving slowly RELIGIOUS Gen R M Gano is holding a protracted meeting at Leetburg Â¬ Â¬ This office thanks its exchanges and its readers generally for their appreciation manifested in their nice little speeches of our Climax Extra issued last Tuesday morning at 4 oclockjgiving an account of the We confess to the weakness fire of liking to hear nice things said of us Saying nice things and liearing nice things making others feel happy and being made happy ourselves wont pay printers bills yet it is half of life and we like to indulge occasionally How do you like Governor Secretary of State lion Geo M Adams of Knox county Assistant Secretary ot State Hon Willis Ringo of Hickman county Buckners Cabinet Ilere it is Miss Annie Lynch has returned from a Rev Geo O Barnes and family are two weeks visit to Mrs R P Hopkins holding a meeting at the Olympian of Bourbon county Springs Miss Cora Sawyer of Barbourvillc who Rev Benjamin Urton closed a meeting has been visiting Miss Cora Pigg left for at Benton Baptist church with 28 ad- Â¬ home tills morning ditions Harrodsburg Democrat Miss Sallie Ellis will take a position as Eld Jno A Ganoone of the oldest and teacher in the Deaf and Dumb Institution best known ministers in the Christian at Danville this fall church of this State is in very poor Mrs Dr Poyntz has returned from health Mt Sterling accompanied by her niece The Religious Remembrancer at Phila Â¬ Miss Eva Gatewood delphia September 4U1 1813 was the Mr BJ Xewlon has been confined to first religious newspaper published in this his bed with fever for ten days past He country is now convalescent Rev H C Rogers of Dr Dr John Barbour of Louisville has gone C C Smith preached in the Second home after spending a week with his Presbyterian church Sunday morning and fathers family at this place evening Messrs C S Turner D T Apperson Rev E Forman preached at Mt Zion B Samuels and Dr Benton of Mr Sterchurch last Sunday filling the pulpit of ling were in town last w eek Eld L H Reynolds Eld Reynolds will Mr Robt Farris is home again after a be there next Sunday weeks recreation with friends at Brooks Harrodsburg seems to be an unpopular Kyand at the Lexington Fair place for preachers Elder H T Wilson Dr C S Holton has gone to Chicago of the Christian and J J Chisholm of the to take a special course in surgery He Presbyterian church have both tendered will be absent about two weeks their resignations son-in-laÂ¬ Harrison county And the Evans Harris Taylor old folks laugh when they find the Mattie Holland Harvle Veges Wallace Walker pleasant California liquid fruit remedy Arzelia Irvine Eld J I Wills Byrup of Figs is more easily taken and Maria Irvine more beneficial in its action than bitter James E Karner Mr Joney White P O bours from 6 A M lo 7 P M nauseous medicines It is a most val J B Wiijjs P M uable family remedy to act on tbe bowels to cleanse the system and to dispel colds headaches and fevers Manufactured only by the California Fig Syrup Co San Francisco Califor One good two horse wagon and har- Â¬ nia For Bale by White Stockton ness has been used only 3 months aud is as Rood as new Syrap of Figs Will be sold cheap for cash B L POTTS Apply to Manufactured only by the California Whites Mill Ky Fig Syrup Co Ban Francisco Cal is ep 7 2t Natures Own true Laxative It is the most easily taken and tbe most pleas Â¬ antly effective remedy known lo cleanse the system when bilious or cos- Â¬ The Babies Cry For it Maudy Bush Louis Moritz Mr8LlvinnieCerriueTony OConner Jordan M Carter Margeret Price L H Beynolds E P Dennison Eads Rose Frank S Evans Dr R A Stapp J P Ferguson Vm Green John Smith Susie Gurton T C Sullivan Rev AV T Hall Miss Virginia B Henry Mason M Mack STAPLE AND FANCY UinVEESITY GROCERIES THE NEXT SESSION WILL OrEN OfiWcdnosdaySepti487 The Preparatory Department under the supervision of the Faculty will receive the undivided attention of Professors Irvine aud Crooks and no pnins will be spared to make this Madisou County School all that can be desired Our aim is to prepare boys for College and at the same time give a thorough practical education to those who can not take the regular course Â¬ FOB SALE and plenty of every thing in ray line Fine Gold Papers worth 50 cents reduced to 30 cents This house is 25 cents reduced to Uncnnnf in Nice Papers worth Strictly 15 cents -- Confectioneries I am simply over stocked and must reduce same Oanned Goods SO NOTE THE PRICE Green and 1 Dried Fruit Finest Embossed Gold Paper worth reduced to 50 cents Adjutant General Hon Sam E Hill of Ohio county Private Secretary Mr Will R Mr John Cheeny of Welsford Kansas was in town this week He had been on a visit to his mother in Estill county Â¬ By accident the name of Mr E Tutt Bumam was omitted from the list of genGriffiths of Daviess county Tim Commissioner of Agricul- tlemen who attended the Mt Sterling ball ture holds over until January Dr J M Foster and wife are stopping 1SSS and the three Railroad Com- at the Riggs House Washington D C Â¬ Â¬ missioners until May next RAILROAD They will be home about September 10th a Col Jno K Faulkner left last week on business trip through Central Kentucky The following letter was hand Â¬ Miss Kate Clark of Winchester visited ed us last week but in the confusion incident upon the fire it Mrs J P Herndon last week on her was by accident omitted from our way to Beattyville to teach in the Epis Â¬ in the interest of the Pennsylvania Mutual Life Insurance Company columns Louisville Ky Aug 271687 Mr Bichmond Ky Dear Sir The engineers are now somewhere betweea Xicuolasville and Richmond As soon us they have made survey aeross from Richmond to Bergen we will be able to talk definitely about We are not afraid proposition of any reasonable conditions in the proposition We will be ready to put them in and as soon as we set surveys made will come and talk business Yours truly Bennett H Young Messrs Bennett H Young Pres- Â¬ ident and Thos W Bullitt direc- Â¬ copalschool at that place Mr R M Shaw Depot agent and Postmaster at Fort Estill left on Thurs- Â¬ day to attend the Fair at Alexandria Campbell county his former home Foster are representing the medical profession of Madison county at the Medical Conven- Â¬ tion now in session in Washington D C Miss Susie March has been visiting friends in Jessamine county for three weeks past She took in the Lexington Fair one day andcame home last Thurs- Â¬ day M Dr H W Bright and Dr J tor of the Louisville Southern Railroad were in Richmond sever- Â¬ al weeks ago and at a called meet- Â¬ ing of the citizens of this county discussed the building of the road from Louisville to Beattyville by way of Richmond At that time they were not prepared to shape a definite proposition but the outline of what their proposition would be was laid before the meeting and to all appearances seemed fair and right and such a proposition as we could safely accept As indicated in the above letter they will soon be in position to make a definite proposi- Â¬ tion Such a proposition must be reduced to writing and placed before the people of this county No man who has his own interest or the best interest of the county at heart can decide either for or against the road until he has seen the proposition and carfully weighed it Many people are afraid of railroad are afraid of any proposition railroad a We are not Rail- Â¬ makes make roads like individuals trades they can the best but railroads like individuals are bound by the laws of the land to fulfill their contracts If we make a contract hi which we get worsted we can not blame the railroad That is our fault If we havent brains enough to protect ourselves in making a contract that is our misfortune We are not compelled lo accept the first proposition they make us Havent we got brains enough to aemanu bucii a proposition as Â¬ Editor French Tipton Richmond Ky passed last evening en route to itoba for a season of cinnati Enquirer of The Climax through the city Winnipeg Man- Â¬ recreation Cin Â¬ Prof E R Carichofl of Central Uni- Â¬ versity has returned ready to begin the labors of another year He spent most of his vacation in Virginia and visited Boston and other eastern cities Wm L Moore and family of Butte county California are visiting his sister Mrs L D Maupin near Kingston He left here twenty years ago and this is his first visit back here He married in California Dr H W Bright left on Thursday to be present at the International Medical Congress in Washington City the largest gathering of physicians ever known in the United States Many eminent physicians from Europe are present Mr Robert Portwood of Saybrook Illinois who had spent several weeks among the scenes oT his boyhood in this county left on Thursday for home accom panied by Mr Dillard Cox who will probably locate in that county Â¬ Mr Wm Crutcher clerk at Stockton Willis Drugstore has gone to visit his brother Dr Howard Crutcher of Chica- Â¬ go He will not return to Richmond but will enter the senior class at the Philadel phia College of Pharmacy the first of October Mr E J Shackeltord formerly a resi Â¬ dent of Richmond but who succeeded Capt Kellogg as manager of the Conway Lumber Co at Conway Rockcastle county passed through Richmond on Thursday en route to Cincinnati He says that by boring thirty feet a fine flow of water was obtained which supplies all the region around about Mr H P Rhodes a student last year of Central University has been elected to aug21 6w Chancellor Now is the time to buy your Cloth Â¬ Tuesday September 20 ing while the great inducement is I am prepared to teach all the new offered by J C Lyter Juh13 tf dances including the American Gavotte Innovation Salutaris Water brought direct from square dances Centennial and four new Is beating them all making tbe best St Clair Springs Mich Kept only Special attention given to children in grade of fancy dances and calisthenics by J C Hughes july22 tf m Call at Willis House for further infor- Â¬ m J S Collins wants you to call and mation Class will meet in room over court- Â¬ see his special drives in lace curtains room at the Court house and carpets aug31 81 MADAME BOSBYSHELL Greeuleaf Crooke represent nine aug 31 3t HE HAS A BIG STOCK ON HAND first class Fire Insurance Companies ALSO Insure with them before it is too August 31 2t Eld John I Willsregular pastor of the late Baptist Church at Union City assisted by CO ROD Tribble Blount headquarters for LIGHTNING Eld J R James of Kirksville closed a Pays highest cash price for tea sep7tf meeting last week at Union City It was FOUSHEE MELTON CO ii good meeting a 19 were added to the Proprietors J S Collins stock of furniture car- Â¬ church pets and Ince curtains is the largest 16 Market Street Lexington Ky The Madison County Co operation of ever in Bichmond and his prices the June 122 tf DEALERS in aug31 8u Christian Churches will meet with the lowest Richmond congregation Friday Sept Bods Fine Oranges Bananas and Lemons 30th and Saturday Oct 1st It will be received CLAUDE SMITH daily at Tribble CO Blounts an enthusiastic and aggressive missionary Cresting sep7tf convention HAVE OPENED A NEW Covington Arnold Bro want to Rev Wm Stewart of Winchester has buy 100000 bushels of wheat for which been called to the Pastorate of the Baptist Church of this place Dr Stewart is a they will pay tbe highest market price NONE BUT THE BEST MATERIAL USED July20 tf cultured Christian gentleman highly edu ALL WOBK GTJABANTEED onWest Main Street They carry catedand a man of whom the church may Estimates furnished on application a general line of Best quality Canvassed Hams be proud He filled the pulpit last Sun- Â¬ Breakfast Bacon and Dried Beef at 12 tf JAS WILKERSON Agent day morning and evening Tribble Blounts sep7tf What Was Intended Dont fail to see J S Collins 2 lace Stores and Last week we meant to say numer- Â¬ curtains aug 31 8t ous things which were forced to be left Groceries Every can of goods that you buy unsaid owing to the rippet about the They have the newest and best goods is guaranteed to from Tribble Blount fire For instance and will sell for CASH at the lowest That Tuesday August 30th wss the be of standard weight and quality prices sep7tf Mr Smith in a practical tinner of 25th anniversary of the battle of Bich Â¬ several years experience and lie wll mond Insure your property with Greenleaf do all kinds of tin work roofing and That the post office at Terrill Madi Â¬ Crooke the leading fire insurance repairing in tbe best style at lowest son county had been discontinued rates june22 tf agents of tbe city 31 aug 2t That Col aDd Mrs Wm M Irvine Notice of had returned from a sojourn in North Dont buy cheap light weight canned JOHN DONELSON Sale THE NEXT SESSION OF Carolina goods when you can buy standard RACHEL vs FORD InEquity That there was a ten acre grass fire goods at Tribble Blouuts for the As special commissioner of the Clark on the premises of Mr N B Terrill same money sepVtf Court of Common Pleas by virtue of near the fair grounds on Monday and The lowest prices In town on curÂ¬ a Judgment rendered at tbe July Term Capt Feeny Chief of Police lo9t one of said Court in the above styled cause -- WILL BEGIN ON- 1 will ou 8boe endeavoriug to subdue the flamed tains aud carpets J S Collins aug3l St That there was another grass fire on 16tli 18S7 the farm of Mr Bogga or somebody A full Hue of French goods at Tribble etee out that way the same day On the premises at Ford in the county sep7tf Blounts A full corps of competent of Clark and State of Kentucky pro That Sir Henry Hargis had sold his ceed to sell publicly to the highest bid Â¬ house and grounds on Main street op-Â¬ Greenleaf Crooke represent nine Teachers in all departments will posite the end of Tales Creek Avenue first class Fire Insurance Companies der be on hand Those having child Â¬ to Dr Phil Roberts for 3500 exceed- Â¬ Insure with them before it is too ingly cheap late ren to educate and1 desiring to August 31 2t Located on the North side of the Ken- Â¬ That S D Iarrish had sold a lot off tucky Central railroad and East side build up the material prosperity Finest Flour in town at Tribble of his brick yard purchase near the of the road leading from Ford to sep 7tf Boonesborougb occupying the angle of the city and county will do Catholic church to E B Wallace Blounts Ml formed by the two roads and amount Â¬ who will build a hoii3e ou it Insure your property with Greenleaf ing in all to about three acres well to examine our catalogue and bright lot of little Misses That a s irooKe me jeauiug nre insurance FOBD is a thriving village with four Miss Mary Pattie Miss Mary Hume ageuis 01 me cuy si aug zt large mills two hotels and a claims before deciding to send Miss Harber and Miss number of stores aud situated ou Ken elsewhere Bayburu attended the Lebanon bop Biver Ken Â¬ Blouuts tucky Centralat the crossing of mile of Just received at Tribble railroad within a That it was Allie W hillock and nut 600 dozen cans of Tomatoes Corn tucky O P WILLIAMSON Boonesborougb Richard V Whltlock who suicided at Peas Beans Peaches Pears Apricots historic also at same time and place aug3t at will I President Kirksville offer for tale and other canned fruits and vegetables That Miss Lillie Brinker or Denver Cheapest place in town bep7 tf 20 Head of Cattle 3 Cows Colorado who had been visiting rela- Â¬ BETTR THAN with young tives here all summer had gone home Thousands of Canned Fruits aud almost 1 thoroughbred bull yearling red calves thorough- Â¬ That Gen Field of Hot Spring Vegetables are being received dally at bred and tbe rest one and two year old or sep7tf Ark visited bis sister Mrs B X Tribble aud Blounts 2 good broods mares 1 yearling mule 50 barrels of old corn In tbe crib White the week before Greenleaf Crooke represent nine That Mr W C French who was FABM 180 ACRES- painfully hurt by a fall from an omni Â¬ first class Fire Insurance Compauies The Insure with them before It is too 60 acres good corn land balance In bus at Blue Lick Springs had returned August 31 2t grass with good bouse orchard and home considerably improved but not late m garden never falling waters and eight entirely recovered your property with Greenleaf tenant bouses will be rented for the Insure That George Phelps andJTom Curtis Crooke the leading fire Insurance coming year possession January 1st 1888 attended the Governors ball at Crab agents of tbe city 31 augSt TERMS The lots will be sold on a Orchard purchaser to Ibat the Irvine Rifles bad been reÂ¬ J S Collins1 2 lace curtains will as Â¬ credit of six months tbo give bond with approved security bear organized with B R Burnam Captain tonish you Call and see them 31ag8t lug Interest from day of sale until paid rtentedFh8iS8 and having the force and effect of a B E L Blggerstaff First Lieutenant Guaranteed 2TEVEB to break Judgment Dr John M Foster Surgeon Lace curtains In great variety at J g tiao to begin at 2 oclock P M KtlEB SIBOrSE 4 CO 4U BVay 5 Y aug31 8t That sparks from the big fire set two 8 Collins 2 to 16 JUasfactnrcrt hay stacks ou fire at Mrs Covingtons H C HABGIS FOR SALE B New SoaetMxg away out at the comer of Breckaud Special Commissioner Co 1 can give you tbe best lace curtains Bept7 2t Hill8lreet8 and consumed them the 2 to on tbe market for the money LOUISVILLE KY bay not the streets Brooks the druggist Patronise augSlSt june22f That a number of plate glass ou the 15 J 8 Collins tive to dispel headaches colds and fevers to cure habitual constipation indigestion etc For sale in 50 cents and 100 bottles by Stockton Willis DANCING EXPENSES Tuition in College Classes per term of fciO twonty weeks payable In nilvance TnlUon in Preparatory Depaitment Classes per term of twenty weeks 20 payable In advance Incidental Fee in College for the year 5 payable In advance- Incidental Fee In Preparatory Depart Â¬ ment for the year payable In idvancc 3 00 00 00 00 ON A- - Strictly CASH Easis Neat Papers worth 15 cents reduced to 10 cents in dancing to be organized on further information and cotalugue apply lo I am receiving pupils for another class L H BLANTON gSfFor The best goods are Everything at REDUCED PRICES kept and sold on very BEMEMBER we hang your Paper on the walls close margin for cash at 10 cents per Bolt and on Ceilings at 15 cents GIVE THIS HOJJSE i A juue22 tf TRIAL per Bolt Call early in order to get choice selec- Â¬ tions as goods are bound to go quick at prices named Jutyl3 tf GEO M WILLGING A D RUFF NEW GROCERY Announce to the public and especially to that large class who buy groceries that they have opened a fresh lot of BLUE GRASS Meal and Coal ELLIS HIGGINS WHEAT STAPLE Watelimaker and PAHCY GEtOCEHIES Queensware Glassware Woortenwrc And other articles kept in a complete grocery house at their New Store on Main Street nearly opposite Piggs livery stable Ellis Higgins is not a new firm but has been in existence for DEALER IN nearly twenty years They invite all their old friends and a good Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and share of other people to call and see them New Goods fresh from the cities New House and New Prices Plated ware etc Special They have returned to Richmond to sell goods and mean to e1I attention given to them They know how to buy and how to sell and what the people aug 10 lyr SETTING DIAMONDS want GALL AND SEE THEM Lightning Fencing etc Iron Jeweler etc Hardware Store Hardware Tinware AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES SALELOTS AIIB STOCK EFAIRXIff Promptly done and In a workmanlike manner Casa Paid for Old Gold and Silver E3 Dont forget the place next door to the Post office Kicbmond Ky june22 If AM BUM Fait LbLe Ul Ui Ui Have just received and opened a large lull Friday Sept Monday Sept 12 THE TIME TO GO TO stock of East Trenton well selected Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets and Toilet Articles 23 TOWItf LOTS AND GET ONE OF HIS Also a large lot of Glassware and Water Sets of all kinds and styles Spring Saddles Boiprs SilTer PlatBu COFFEES Knives ii Forks SUGARS TEAS andtf all kinds of Canned Goods June22 Whalebone Horn of At bottom prices single ana double first class ma terial and best ot work Estill Springs FOR HARNESS m He also has a full line of -- KENT- - Saddles and Harness Bamberger BloomS JJ NEATLY AND PROMPTLY juue22tf REPAIRED known Rummer rmnrl la for ilie rwilnn nf dumi I will rent to a good and careful TSie medical qualities of its water is tenant the beautiful ami aomfortable Unsurpassed by any other on this con Â¬ home recently occupied by Joe S tinent Boiiston for one-- ir a lcm of years The location w cool and delightful riireous desiring to rtHt wm ealtuin nle or iny father T S Sroaaton Im For further particulars address BjediatepossessieH given Well now This ODeu Jambs Beston July6 tf OrBH3ALE Irvine Ky Iiug244t NETTIE A BR0NST0 THE 0LB1AX WEDNESDAY JCo SEPTEMBER 7 18S7 natural pas yet The Hanson sale of land at Berea will take place on Friday September Up autl at itugaln Messrs Shackel- Â¬ 16tli instead of 19th as elsewhere ford Gentry Co lost almost their announced entire etock by fire They immediate Â¬ Stephens formerly a resident ly bought David out W C Peytou and rented on Otter Creek In Madison county his store room and moved In next See article morning was killed near Staufurd They have sluce bought a ekew here In this Issue great denl of new stock aud are See They say a coal mine has been dis- Â¬ thoroughly on their feet again co veictl ou the farm of Mrs Newton their letler elsewhere iu this issue and Todd near Union City this county look for their advertisement next week Bring on the Louisville Southern Mr Orville A Kennedy of this most wonderful remedy for place lias lately been elected Adjunct Tli chicken cholera ever discovered is Professor or Chemistry at Central Uni- Â¬ Ganters Chicken Cholera Cure It la versity and for this session will carry a guaranteed cure and is sold by Stock- Â¬ ou the full work of tne department pending the selection or a permanent ton Willis professor This is an honor most Miss Mabel Martin organized her worthily bestowed aud will prove most music clas at Kingston on Monday satisfactory to all parties concerned Those desiring to avail themselves of Mr Kennedy was prepared for college the opportunity of taking lessons at the Rugby School in this city where he graduated in 16S3 in the full course should enter their names at once He then entered Central University Son were Messrs V W Pigg taking the senior classes and made bis completely burned out They are en Â¬ degree of Bachelor of Science with deavoring to settle up their old bui-ne- -s high class standing in one year The and are making headquarters at following session he returned to the W C Gormleys store where they will Rugby School as instructor In the same be glad to see their friends and patrons department which position he has Mr P M Pope left yesterday to buy tilled for the past three years Mr bis fall stock of goods He has gone Kennedy has chosen medicine as his among the foundries to buy from first profession and with the thorough gen- Â¬ hands for cash a big lot of stoves eral grounding he has had and his There is a big boom at the Little Tin broad and liberal course at Central University followed by his after work House on lower Main street in the school room he will no doubt of Lexington give the fullest satisfaction in the re Â¬ Mr Jas Wiikerson is iu this sponsible position for which he has and son of uncle Billy county working iu the interest of the been chosen Louisville Post Blue Grass Lighting Rod Co of Lex Â¬ Bank Stock Sold ington Mr Wiikerson is a Madison Mr Roht R Burnam bought of C county boy and ought to do a jood business here for our people never B McCord 25 shares Farmers Nation Â¬ al Bank Stock furget a Madison man T Mr David Chenault brought to this ofllce ou Monday several specimens of ore taken from a land slide near Cane Spring Church Specimens have been sent to Fraukfort Tor analysis People living in that neighborhood thiuk coal can be found Investigation should be made Horror Litigation The first litigation growlug out of the Chulsworth horror cropped out last week in the shajHi of nineteen damage suits aggregating 127500 which were begun In the Circuit Court in Peoria Ten are for 5000 each all death cases The others are for injuries and demand various sums reaching in one instance 520000 Chatswortli Richmond Enterprise Messrs L E Francis nnd J W Spencer liaye in successful operation a broom factory on Orange Street They are turning out about 12 dozen dally and are meeting with ready demand for all they make Mr Spen cer was for some years a broom maker with the Shakers at Pleasant Hill this Shite The Shakers do certainly know how to make brooms Mr Spencer beiug an ex Shaker will make an ex- When ou buy a Shaker broom broombe certain it is an ex Shaker then youll know you have got the best Col acres The one mile east of town was sold on Just Thursday It was first offered iu three parcels The home tract of 02 acres brought 13750 per acre the 00 acres near town brought 14850 per acre aud the woodland of 100 acres brought 71 per acre Total amount 2460375 The property was then put up as n whole Maj J D Harris Capt Sam H Stone aud Mr Joe Boggs becoming the purchasers at 11690 per acre Total amount of sale 2601025 On Mon Â¬ day Inst the parties making the above agreed purchase upon consultation that Major Harris and Captain Stone should have 162 acres including the houseat 10555 per acreand Dr R L Breck 60 acres nearest town at 14850 per acre he taking the place of Mr Boggs in the original purchase Capt Stone will occupy the Rodes home aud Dr Breck will at once be gin the erection of 11 handsome resi- Â¬ dence Almost Killed Sale of IhoRodcs Farm Col Bodes terra of 222 Davis Wheat Show are the premiums awarded at the wheat show given by Col Johu Commissioner of Davis Agriculture George Shaw John E Judges Mile L FCompton and WT Gaines Red Wheat Premiums S15 and 10 First Marvin D Averill Franklin county second T J Tichenor Frank Â¬ lin county White Wheat First Thomas W Clark Shelby county second Sniu D McKee Franklin county Longberry Wheat First James M Smith Madison county second W P Malion Jessamine county The following Concord College The following are among those who went to Frankfort hist week to attend tlie inaugural oration of Gen Buckrier Gov James Ji McUreary ana wile Mrs T C Broustou Miss Callle Chen nult Miss Moss Dr Win Jennings Gin C M Clay Kobt McCreary George Phelp3 Prof R T Irvine It iltimu Thin Tipton the man of The CMJiAXIeft last Thursday 011 an extended trip through the West and North west He will be gone several weekp There will be no while he is special Thin Column Inine Rifles Attention away all 01 our columns win oe luiii All members of Hit company will enough meet at the armory in Court House Ml Monday Friday evening September Oth when In the fire at Lebanon on of sergeants and corpor- Â¬ night of last week lhe Standard and appointments als will be made Â¬ Tunes office was burned Ou Wednes day following by the courtesy of Mr Off For Missouri CE Wood editor of the Lebanon Bud Dunn sold last week to Missouri Enterprise it made its appearance in a parties for SS76 the fine jack Col lialf sbeet newsy cheerful and plucky Cobb He was raised by Maj John Mine hat disfigured but still in the D Harris aud is well known among ring stock men He will be shipped to The announcement has been made Missouri of the marriage of Miss Annie daugh Ceme to Hooks ter of Mr and Mrs John Buchanan Madison Female Institute will open of Crab Orchard to Mr John A Haide12ili September Central 111 in managing editor of the Louis Monday Univeisity on Wednesday September ville Times ou Wednesday Septem 14th one week from 10 dny Come ber Tth The marriage will take place you toy Thiuk of it residence on girls what do at Mr Buchanans boys aud make up your minds to go to 11 oclock Springs Avenue at school aud do n good years work Mr Martin Green ofUnion preoinot Iirick Store House Sold w ill be a candidate for Assessor next Under deereeof Court Commissioner time Mr Green has twice before been a candidate fur the same office S E Scott sold at public outcry on and has submitted gracefully to the Saturday lust the brick store house will of ills party in selecting others for belonging to Jir it 15 Turioy on that office Mr Green has exercised Main street occupied as a hardware Co Mr J patience and now proposes to exercise store by Claude Smith Â¬ Iereverance in again seeking the W Pralher one of the present occu nomination Patience and persever- Â¬ pants was the purchaser at 3521 ance should be rewarded Paris Fair JuJge French now fu progress None or those losing property have given up business hut are located iu other business houses as Who Was It follows Saturday night between ten an d G C Francis removed their LE eleven oclock Mr Richard Barlow was stock back to its accustomed place and on Irvine street near the rear end of resumed busiuess tiie nex morning Million Foxs livery stable Without TliiIfJiuildiug was but slightly dam- any premonition whatever of danger he aged was struck ou the left side of the face The Farmers National Bank re Â¬ The blow was a powerful one and placed their books and papers and brought him unconscious to the ground opened up as usual at banking hours He does not Know who struck him the next day He was struck with a sand bag It was Tiie Collectors office was speedily found near the spot next morning Mr rearranged and everything there goes Barlow is City Collector and has been on as if nothing linJ happened pushing collections vigorously almost Mr B W Turner stored Ills gopds In at the point of the bayonet at times the damaged building and awaits the This may have had something to do He action of the insurance company with the above cowaidly deed Dick will open up again iu a few dujsi is indeed a pretty looking object now mm Cp1Jboiight Shackelford Gentry but girls you neednt look at him any Married In New York the hardwnre and grocery stock of W more it wont do any good Dont Mr 1 leatou Owsley was n son of the C Peyton on the opposite side- - or the waste your sympathy ou him He is Mr Owsley who removed from Stan Â¬ street and rented his house wheat mortgaged and report says the mort- Â¬ ford to Chicago and was sb great a their busiuess wilt continue TIiei gage will be foreclosed this week Mr have a few tilings to say of themselves friend of Rey George O Barnes Owsley visited Hon James It Burnam iu tills issue which Is intefthig read A Cobb Dinner at this place some time ago A New lug The following received yesterday York telegram of Sunday says Covington Arnold fc Bro were the from n lady in Missouri will be of in Â¬ Miss Lina Harrison daughter of the heavy losers not saving any or their terest to many of our readers Mr and former Mayor of Chicago Carter H stock but in rour days were opened out Mrs Cyrus Park of Liberty Mo gave Harrison was married to Mr Heaton wjth a new stock and ready lor busi a novel dining recently in honor of Owsley of Chicago in Trinity Church ness In the building formerly occupied Miss Lula McKinney of Stanford Ky this city to night The ceremony was by M H Stockton liext door below The dining was appropriately termed a very quiet one Mr Harrison is now the post office They too have a mes Â¬ A Cobb dinner as all present were in Japan and Miss Lina decided as sage for The Climax readers which grandchildren of Jesse Cobb 8r who the lainily house is closed to be mar- Â¬ will be round on this pnge Sou are at present W W Pigg The Paris Fair began yesterday and was the father of Richard Cobb Sr ried in this city and sail for Europe to- Â¬ The following members of the Irvine rep- Â¬ morrow Among the persous present with W C Gormley and have their Rifles joined the Ousley Rifles of Lan- Â¬ will continue five days This Is one ot now of Stanford Ky There was per- Â¬ were Mrs H E Owsley the grooms headquarters in his saddlery store caster and went fully uniformed and the best fairs in the State Large resented Mr Richard Cobb in the Harry Owsley the twin That is also the stage office Monday morn amphitheatre good show of stock son of Ids grand daughter Miss Lula mother equipped to Frankfort The new opera house will not be re ing of last week by special train to hosts of pretty girls good dinner and McKinney Mrs Anna Cobb Merrill brother of the groom and Jay Guy old fashioned Bourbon hospitality all by her grand son Prof J A Merrill Owsley another brother Thomas E built for some time at eist aud Rich Â¬ exercises take part in the inauguration Messra M V Barlow Ed Blantnu go to make it a most enjoyable occa Â¬ Mrs Deborah Cobh White by Miss Tuttaud family of St Louis Miss mond is now without a hall Helm of Danville 111 MissRaber or The Irvine Rifles have their armory Pam Black J W Joflrion Parker sion The Kentucky Central sells MaryFrazier Mrs Mary CobbStofer by Mrs Mary Trimble and Mr Jesse St Lous a niece of General Sherman Iu a room in the Court house round trip tickets at reduced rales Gregory Richard Chirk Percy Breck Cobb by Miss Jessie Park The gath Â¬ The bride titteuded by her little sister R W Nefl Is still handling produce Charley Breck E M Huguely Wm County Court Day ering was as enjoyable as unique and Miss Sophie Harrison walked up the witli headquarters at the express office Oi lland and Tom Curtis Stanford center aisle or the church at eight Mr Z E Bush auctioneer reports one to be long remembered W H Douglas continues his meat Hugo Engel formerly engaged with about 200 common cattle on the mar- Â¬ Journal oclock At the chancel steps she was store at Crandalls old staud on Mc- met by the groom aud lier brother Keea corner his brother Emil Engel in the boot ket 100 changed hands at 21 to 2f Tales Creek Asssociation The assistant rector or Trinity the and shoe business in this place but cents Gentry Brothers bought 25 The Adams Express office has gone mules at 90 to more recently acting as agent both iu three and The Ninety fourth annual meeting Rev Daniel J ONell performed the back to the old stand on Second street Richmond and Winchester for the 152 per head 15 broke mules were of the Tales Creek Association of ceremony When it was concluded the Co are having the cor S Diuelli Christian Moerlein Brewing Co of sold to other parties at about the same United Baptists was held with the Mt bride and groom returned to the Mur- Â¬ tier room on Irvine street under tne The bride wore a Club rooms fitted up for their con- Â¬ Cincinnati was forced to quit business prices 100 caramon sheep were sold at Tabor church in Garrard county lost ray Hill Hotel on Wednesday last by reason of his 28 per head Plug horses brought week The weather was so warm and heavy grns graln silk with a long train fectionery and restaurant and will effects being attached by the Brewing from 35 to 60 Mule colts were here dry that it was deemed best to con- Â¬ and a corsage bouquet of white roses open up a few days Co lie was representing to satisfy iu abundance but few changed hands dense and transact the business or the A number of our enterprising citi Â¬ Jlystenous Association in two days iustead or claims of theirs amounting to SC30 zens are making arrangements to try Released We understand Mr Engel Intends re three as has been the custom hereto- Â¬ Saturday afternoon a negro boy aud effect the purchase of the lots upon Ed Hoods friends came to his rescue fore The Moderator J Speed Smith named Wallace Miller living on whjch stood the two opera houses and sisting the attachment last week nnd replevied tiie amount of and Clerk T T Covington were the farm or Mr T C Bronston build a magnificent hotel which will the Associa- Â¬ on the Lancaster pike went out to be a credit to Richmond This Is a Dr T Y Cooper of Cyntliiana and his fine 150 and he was released from both absent and was presided over by Mr A D Ruff of Richmond arrived jail He says that lie sold the whisky tion drive a cow up tor milking A short want long felt and every eftort In this here Saturday night ou a visit to rela- Â¬ on physicians prescriptions and that it D Chenault Assistant Clerk or last distance off there were two white boys direction should meet with the ap- Â¬ tives aud friends These gentlemen was at his own request that lie was year Twenty two churches were rep- Â¬ practicing with a rifle The negro boy proval and hearty co operatiouof nil are both expert riders of the bicyole bent to the caliboose He could have resented located in Madison Garrard received a phot presumably from the who are interested in the welfare and Â¬ t and greatly amused the folks by an ex Â¬ given bond but considerable excite- Rockcastle aud Lincoln counties The gun the boys were haudling inflicting growth of our city hibition of their skill Owingsville ment had been raised over the matter delegates from the Richmond Church an ugly wound in the left breast Dr and hepreferred that course It Mr were C- - D Chenault Thos Thorpe Frazee was called to dress the wound Outlook in the neighborhood of Huu- - Hoodsistatements to us be true he Thos Phelp3 and J F Stone C D There were several other parties in Parties was elected Moderator lcys stable who several days ago saw has been a badly used man Stanford Chenault sight at the time of the shooting but and Thos Dudley Jr Clerk The none of them seemed inclined to talk A Story ThatWiH Gome True cur genial jeweler taKe a ueauer Journal Association meets next year at Free and but little Is known of the affair into the Irvine street gutter are not A Xcw Depot dom Garrard county much surprised to know that his efforts The boy died Monday night Yester Â¬ lam Eatlsflefl every person liasreail What Richmond seriously needs is a furnished amusement for the Owings- day morning bis friends started to the my urgent call to cnll and settle their new depot building or the old one Is It A Clue viIllatiB cemetery with the remains prepared accounts that were jdueiast July There materially repaired The present Our readers will recall that about for burial When they reached town ia about three fourths of them unpaid Judge J R Brouston has sold his building is old and infirm and situated three years ago the post office at Berea Coroner Alex Norris stopped the pro and I nm going to treat nil itlike and if When cost you had best call residence aud Is settling up his busi Â¬ entirely too close to the track was robbed and the iron safe contain- Â¬ cession and had the body removed to you want to save ness preparatory to leaving Richmond there are thirty or fi rty passengers ing money aud other valuables blown the Court room and proceeded to hold aud pay up without waltlnjr for a futh er notice as you will not get it Hop after the September term of Circuit there Is not room enough iu which to open and the couleuts stolen A man an inquest The Coroners jury com Â¬ Jug you will comply early rnuch less to move The Court to mafce his home at Tacoma ou breathe Smith John Rldiiell I Remain as Ever named Hollingsworth was suspected at posed of Puget Sound Washington Territory plaiu truth t that Richmond has about the time but there was not sufficient David ONeil Joe Bush H J Streng J CV Lyteb Mr Broustou gives up one of the best the poo jtt building along the line proof to make a case against him and H L White heard the evidence law practices at the Richmond bar Give us a larger building and more Since that time no clue to the robbery but could arrive at no verdict and ad- Â¬ but feels that he is capable of better platform room has been fouud On Monday two journed to meet again this morning i things Jn the great North west He young men from the Berea neighbor- Â¬ Sheriff Deatherage went to the prem Young Jlen Attend this College has not secured neither has he asked hood entered Mr A D Ruffs jewelry ises yesterday afternoon to make a The Commeroial College of Kentucky for nor does he expect a Government University will have hundreds ot stu- Â¬ store and one of them proposed to sell thorough examination aud to find out position an the Courier Journal aud the movements of a watch Mr Rtids all that could be known regard iug the Â¬ other papers have stated He goes re dents from twenty fiveStatesIn attend- suspicion was at once aroused and affair Two of Tom Harris sons have or whom will be lying solely upon his ability his pluck ance this fall several upon examination of his register lie been arrested and lodged iu jail charg- Â¬ and his confidence in the outcome of from this county also from Cincinnati identified it as the movement of a ed with the shooting Coroner Norris Ohio Louisville Ky aud other large that country a young lady at very properly refused to allow the body While at the Fair next week watch he had sold to cities Â¬ The subject of the subjoined sketch at Lexington visit this College it Is the Berea Upon learning this the young to be buried without holding an in man became pale aud turned to leave quest The officers of the law will sift from one of our exchanges is a native cheapest best and highest honored of Richmond aud lias many relatives Business College in the world See the house without asking for his watch the thing to the bottom and fix the upon the guilty one and friends iiere who always rejoice to advertisement of this College in another As lie stepped from tiie door he fainted guilt and fell upon the pavement His com Â¬ hear of her achievements column aud write forparliculars to its David Stephens Killed Mrs Bessie Miller Otnn is creating President Wilbur R Smith Lexing panion called back to Mr RtiU saying his friend was sick that if well enough Anoth er killing haabeen added to the quite a furor in West Virginia She ton Ky later in the day he would call for the long list In this county John Payne ii tip gave a costume recitation at Capon watch that his name was HollingsÂ¬ killed David Stephens at Rowland fcat The Harlow Sale Springs Friday evening and scored a The Barlow property consisting of worth It was afterwards ascertained nrday afternoon The trouble Kerns to great success She was introduced by the homestead and he mill property that Ids name was Adams He was have been brewing ever since last Rev Dr Hovt of Broadstreet Presby paid was told last week It was first offer Â¬ placed under arrest nnd u telegram spring when Mrs John Orutcbfleld a terian Church Philadelphia who her a glowing compliment Mrs Otnn ed in several parcels then as a whole sent to Postmaster Hanson at Zierea daughter of Stephens began to abuse yo also Mrs Payne and accuse her of numer-Â¬ bad a most critical and cullpred audi- - bringing one dollar more as a whole Mr Hanson came at once and composed of did Mr W M Adams the father of ous efforts to Injure her and her prem Â¬ ence gathered irom all over the States than in lots A company young man Young Adams has ises She finally got out a warrant j Professors from Princeton D Ds J 6 Collin J B Willie C 8 Powell the He charging Mre Payne with throwing from Philadelphia aud scholars from J J Brooks and D R Forman was always borne a good reputation Mr Collins gets the says he bought the watch from a man litter Iu her yard but It never amount purchaser New York and they all expressed the Tills powder never varied A luorvelot T UolesoEfceue purity strength hemseives delighted Mrs Oton goes residence and grounds at 7000 The living on Silver Creek would know ed to anything The trouble between economical than and ordinary kinds Hon and the adjoining lots is owned ins face but does not know his name the women continuing Mr Payno went caunot be fold in competition wftU the mul s his week to Stmsburg Va to read for mill with the of low opinion prevails that he waB made to Crutchtlelds and tried to reasou tttmleapowders test nhortlwelclst triomorphosphate Sold only in aw IUnfAi ie Normal School and from there to jointly by the other gentlemen above The AKINCl PCWDEK CO 106 WalKtN Fortress Monroe to be heard for the named at 3831 The price of each Is diunk and has been imposed upon by with them and Induce them to stop In others steadjCrutchfleld grew angry and went Jnu 22 tf very low and time In Uie Soldiers Home four-year-o- ld Prof Abuer Rogers so well and favorably known here as an efficient educatoraud son of Mr Joseph Rogers takes charge or Concord College Owen county in September This institution is situated at New Liberty and had an attendance of one hundred and twenty To Rebuild five pupils last year It Is In a flourish- Â¬ Hunleys livery stable on Irvine ing condition has a handsome edifice street opposite the jail is being pulled ostlng 21000 and will no doubt pros- Â¬ down for the purpose of rebuilding It per under Prof Rogers management is a brick stable aud was built iu I860 Mrs Rogers will accompany him and teach vocal music for which she is so by Kred Myers Demo- Â¬ well qualified Harrodsburg Premium Wheat crat Prof Rogers is a grandson of Hon Mr James M Smith of this county received the first premium on Long Abner Oldham who many years ago berry wheat at lie wheat show of Col represented this county in the Legisla Â¬ John F Davis Commissioner of Agri- Â¬ ture Mr Joseph Rogers formerly re- Â¬ sided in this county culture of the State On Tuesday afternoon of last week Rufus aud James Lawson were dig ging a well ou the place of John Gumtn at Speedwell when an accident occured iu which Rufus Lawson came near losing his life They were renjo ing rock from the bottom of the well In a half barrel with a wind- Â¬ Tiiey iiad lass and chaiu attached raised the last load and were about to land it when the chain broke and the half barrel filled with stone fell to the bottom of the well a distance of twenty feet crushing Mr Lawson be- Â¬ neath it His bead aud face were badly mangled and his right hip and leg severely injured His right leg was broken just above the ankle and the ankle mashed It is estimated that the half barrel and stone that fell ou him weighed not less than 450 pounds Dr Poyntz and Dr C C Smith are attending the wouuded man He will recover Seriously Injured On last Thursday alternoon Mr Geo Deatherage and wife had been in town and were returning home ou the Tntes Creek pike When near the gale leading to their home the Mexican pony that they were driving became unmau gable and overturned the buggy throw Â¬ ing both the occupants to the ground Mrs Deatherage was very seriously in- Â¬ jured The most painful injury is a com- Â¬ pound fracture of the bone midway be- Â¬ tween the knee aud the ankle with the bone protrudiug through the flesh She is also thought to be injured Internally 81 nee the accident occurred until Sunday morning she has been un- Â¬ conscious Dr Heath was called to at Â¬ tend her aud at this writing Is unable to say whether amputation will be necessary ur not or what the internal Injury may result iu Mr Deatherage was considerably bruised His wounds are paiulul but not serious It is a sad accident for any one but especially for a couple as old as Mr and Mrs He is nearly 70 and she a Deatherage few years younger They have many relatives aud friends to sympathize with them aud all that loving hands aud tender watchcare can accomplish is beiug done lor hispi8t6irttinyetulfneiaVara8 theidoor Tlien lieinuddils wife came to town and swore1 out a warrant against Payne bill illey recalllTt be- Â¬ fore it was served Doc Stephens a liat brother of Mrsv lrutchfihl frequently taken a liunifju the quurrcr and a few weeks ago used very dirli and abusive language towards Mrs Payne Stephens 11 vesjn Garrard anq Saturday came over pretty well filled t with whisky He went to Paynes and Â¬ demanded of her the whereabouts of her husband saying he intended id blow a bole through him large enough for a dog to jump tlirbngh When Payne returned his wife and others olfi him of the threats He was sitting In his yard when od jnim David Stephens came along and said some pretty rough tilings to hjm when he told him to pass on as he wanted no trouble with him Pretty sooti Doc Stephens rode up on a mule and began to fire at bim Ho shot twice before Payne could get at his pistol audtheugettitig his mule between him alul Payne llretl tlfree more shots David Stephens then came up and going to Doc gbt n plstoj and advanced towards Payne who thinking he was acting as peacemaker let him get within a few feet of him when Stephens with both hands on his weapon took aim and fired at him To those who are indebted to us we desire to say we need money twice Payne then let loose at now and shall be glad to have them call at once and pay us their Stephens aud shot him in the tliigb accounts aud in the left side just below the Remember our location next door to post office and come to WEME NOW OPEN zTIEHIIE And 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 friends for their patronage in the past for their kind words of encouragement in this the time of our misfortune and loss and earnestly solicit their future trade IN RICHMOND THE PALACE D R Y GOODS CLOT AP SHOE HOUSE j In - Arnolds Building next door to Stouffers Clothing House C OF- - JEiJbL 5w heart Eight shots were fired in all and the see us early We shall be glad to welcome you All goods delivered free in the city limits strange part of it is theStephenses who are noted for their good marks mauship failed to ht their mark They seem to have been aiming at his head instead of his body a the bullets that buried themselves in the house were in a Hue just- - above a mans height Stephens lived about 40 min- Â¬ utes but before he died he asked that There his hoots be removed saying were eleven brothers or us ten have died with their boots oil nnd I do not wish to die in mine cpvnraraH 31 3mos Kext Door to Post Oilice Irvine Street aug Hf - Largest Store aeutold bro Largest Stock iSD RICHMOND KY Lowest Prices to you call Cl Immediately after the aflray payne PSl B n W H v2l came to town and delivered himself to Judge Varnon who placed him under guard Stanford Journal A Week I and conWill be pleased have vince yourself that GOODS can be bought as cheap as in any city as very feAV are able to compete with me buying and selling for Â¬ After The Fire Vj The smoke of the hig fire or AugusJ 29 has about cleared away and the great mass of fallen walls and other ruins give abundant evidence of its de Â¬ structive power Several or the losses have been adjusted by the insurance companies and other adjustments are cash only TO R DRY GOODS HATS EUSEX STX-M-JMLEI- I aUHJWWWWMl BV WI4V SWEEPING REDUCTIONS SOOUEING OUT THE OLD PRICES SCRUBBING OFF THE VALUE Clothing Notions i 1M 1 nvJa I I M 1 1 19 1 1 1 1 1 IrTa Closing Out the Old to Make Room for the New at SHOES July22tr I And Finiskiig streTgps IMM H GOODS ai Sc- - Agr t fr f i- S ac LOISILLE STORE 1 ijlij um 1 um nvu 1 1111m usi ifouiiB EVERYTHING THAT PERTAINS TO SUM- Â¬ MER GOODS IN THE WAY OF DRY GOODS iDIaOTHIETG BOOTS SHOES HATS OAFS LAGES7 TRUNKS CARPETS SJQTIOEJS c ON AND AFTER NOW IS 1TOUR CKAMCE AN OPPORTUNITY THAT PRESENTS ITSELF ONLY ONCE IN A LIFE TIME July 1 87 -- TlieBarpDseresorBarwniasiLfli If you want some of them must have the room come early I WILL-- The price will tell at I Continue to Sell at -- STREBfffS -- LOUISVILLE STORE A GREA- T- Will open in a few days a line of NEW FALL JACKETS Come and 6ee them c J- August 2t- tf - REDUCTION MY ENTIRE STOCK OF H STREET G TJ m POPE WEBST E Fl FARM WAGONS IP -t IS TUE AGENT AT RICHMOND KY FOR EaSF CLOTHING THE CELEBKATES FOR CASH -- The are about closing up their business and have on hand over 4000 of them - UNTIE IT IS- - i H men truss rod hub tubuur oil manuiacture an styles ana sizes which they offer at Wagons CLOSED OUT IS THE TIME TO FIND OUT HOW CHEAP YOU CAM BUY CLOTHING FOR THE MONEY Be ure and Give Me ESPECIALLY LOW PRICES Alt- POWDER Absolutely Pure fanned For One Year The Best Material The Easiest Terms Call on Mr Pope and examine the you wagons - Bont buy before doing so A Calf if want a Bargain i WEBSTER WAGOH June 4J CO tf J June 29 tf C LYTER PrintS ho Wstlwd 1 t NEW YORK FASHIONS ToUet Aeeeojoriaf Coctamss A MIGHTY Professional Oaxrds A Wilkes IsmiSTSTDTs KNIGHTS OF HONOR INAUGURAL ADDRESS SEED WHEAT FORTRtSS to Gib The Iteadtneu With Which She Under stood a Financial Object Lesson A man having large business interÂ¬ ests and a handsomo income married a lady who accustomed all hor previous life to the luxuries of wealth had never formed any clear conception of the value and purchasing power of money For some months every whim no matter how extravagant was promptly gratified by tho indulgent husband who always gavo his check for any amonnt of money asked Ono day tho bride of a few months to carry out some caprice reqnestod a check for so largo a sum that the gen- Â¬ tleman was somewhat staggered there Â¬ by Ho saw that such prodigality if preslsted in meant rain but not wish Â¬ ing to grieve his wlfo by a downright refusal he determined to give her an object lesson in the financial lino Ac Â¬ cordingly with a smilo of sedming ho remarked acquiescence that tho supply of chocks was exÂ¬ hausted but ho would send np the monoy from tho office About noon tho promised monoy came not in crisp 500 bills as was expected but in sterling silver dollars tne sum total Tho wife filling several specie bag was at first vexed and then amused and finally before the afternoon wore away became decbly thoughtful When her hotter half came home to supper she took him gently by the arm and leading him into the hall where the ponderous bags cf specie were still standing said My dear is this money I asked yon for tills morning It is my love was tho reply And did you havo to take this all entirely in dollar by CITY OFFICERS RICHMOND COMMAKDERY KO IQ It will also be a most agreeable Eighth To enact nnd enforce such your business dollar in the courso of was the next question J City Judge H C Rice Rcgojar meeting first Tuesday in each duty to co operate with other de- Â¬ laws as will tend to eradicate intem- Â¬ Yes my dear it represents the reÂ¬ City Attorney A JrReed VjiSuhg Sir Knights are courte meitffc perance City Collector R A Barlow partments ot the Government and Ninth To develop the resources of sults of many woeks of hard labor oiistv invited to attend City Clerk R GDunn he answered gently J SPEED SMITH with the people in promoting the he country by a wise system of Inter Â¬ Well then she said with tearful jEminent Commander CITY POLCE development of the wealth of the national Improvements eyes send around a man to tako it D P Armer Recorder J D Feeney and J A Mershon State and extending and diversify- Â¬ Tenth To protect and promote the bacKto the bank in the morning I CITY COUNCIL Madken Lodge No 1S3 at Kirksville American system of free common cant use so much money for so trivial ing its industries J D Mitchell Mayor meets Saturday evening before the full B purpose schools Buffalo Courier First Ward J Stone Walker raoeffis everymonth Profoundly sensible of my own Eleventh To adjust the relations Second Ward G W Evans T E SHANKS WM Third Ward Owen McKee How Paper Typo Is Made deficiencies I will endeavor to between labor and capital on a per- Â¬ Smith Secretary Fourth Ward J W Caperton fortify my own judgment by call- Â¬ manent basis of equity and Justice Type niado from paper is the latest JUSTICES OF THE rEACECONSTABLESAND Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston ing to my councils men command Â¬ The representatives and members of novelty A process has been patented PLACES AND TIMES OF HOLDING meets Saturday evening before the full COURT ing the confidence of the people the followingnrgnnizatioutf are especial Â¬ by which largo typo used for printing moon in every month ly ivited to co operate in the formation placards can bo made from pulp MV BOEK W M MONTHS FEBRUARY MAY AUGUST AND JAMES and who I believe will render the of the party viz Such letters are at present cut on wood NOVEMBER J C Witt Secretary State efficient and intelligent ser- Â¬ The Patriotic Order Sons of America The palp is desiccated and and reduced j Waco Lodge No 338 at Waco meets at Richmond DistrictjNo r D P Armer Court House 3rd Wednesday Wm vice And while I am not profuse the Order of United American Mechan Â¬ to a powdered or comminuted state 4th Saturday in every month after which it is thoroughly mixed with Willis at Court House 1st Saturday D G MARTIN W M in making promises I pledge the ics the JuuIorOrder of United Ameri Â¬ A water proofing liquid or material Lyman Parrish Constable can Mechanics the Order of Deputies W T Fielder Secretary Foxtown District No 2 G B Million people of Kentucky that to the Sons of Revolutionary Sires the such as parafiinooil or a drying linseed at Kings Store 3rd Monday Richmond extent of my ability I will execute the oil for instance This mixture is then John D Hamilton Lodge No 578 at Political Alliance the United Minute dried and subsequently Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every Kanatzar in Buffalo school house 4U1 the duties they have confided to Men the various Granges aud all In its pulverized state it is pulverized S Chenault Constable Saturday J month JOHN HILL W M introduced Union District No 3 Albertis Parks me with entire fidelity to their in- Â¬ other orders and organizations whose into a mold cf the reqatsito construct- Â¬ John G Tayijor Secretary at Union City 1st Saturday John A principles and sentiments will enable ion to produce the desired article type DanigLBoonc JLodgeNo 454 at Fox- - Turpin at Doylesville 2nd Saturday R terests them to work In the American party or block and then subjected to pres Â¬ town meels 3rd Saturday in every month N Lanter Constable I desire to return to the citizens on the foregoing basis sure to consolidate it and heat to ren- Â¬ SASsTFORD OLDHAM W M Elliston District No 4 Wm Benton iti der tacky or adhesive tho water-proofinJacob H Shearer Secretary at Waco 2nd Saturday John W of Frankfort my sincere thanks for CLEVELAND AND BLAINE Finally tho type ii material Moorcs at Waco Saturday Charles Berea Lodge No G17 at Beiei meets Oldham Constable3rd the kind welcome they have given cooled whilo in the mold co as to cause Wm M ADAMS W M 1st Saturday Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at me today and to assure them th at A Kansas City paper sent Inquiries it to retain iU shape and solidity J C Davis Secretary Kingston 4th Saturday Leeiand D Leslies Illustrated Weekly to prominent Democrats and JJepubli Maupin at Speedwell 2nd Wednesday I hope to convince theraduring I00P cansln Missouri and Kansas asking George Young Constable A Rushing Business Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F Glade District No 6 James M Wood my residence nmongst them of my their preference tor President From meets every Monday night at Odd Fellows at Berea 3rd Saturday John G Gal Â¬ appreciation of the kindly greet- Â¬ Missouri 270 Democratic replies were Druggist to easterner Thoro you Hallon Wain Street Station 1st Saturday received 231 of them being for Cleve Â¬ you are sir atwo contstaaip Can I M B ARBUCKLE N G A loway at Whites RG Ballard Constable ing they have extended to me I land 8 for Thurmaj 1 for Wade do any thing clsa for you sir L J Frazee Secretary - Kirksville District Nor Ms Cotton 7J Customer Well er would yon at Kirksville 2nd Saturday Alexander am prepared Mr Chief Justice Hampton and the rest scattering in Boone Encampment N040 meets every Ray at Kirksville Saturday J M Kansas 326 Democrats answered as cash a srall checkSare mo the first and third Thursdayat Odd Fellows Fowler Constable 3rd Pryor as a preliminary to entering follows Cleveland 806 Thu man 7 trouble of going to thebank I Hall on Mam street Kichmond Ky Druggist With pleasure Any thing Poosey District No SJ N Hendren upon the discharge of the duties Hill 6 remainder scattering The Mis Â¬ j WL FARLEY CP at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wm A elso sir L J Frazee Scribe souri Republicans 6ent 281 answers 125 Chandler at Reagans Store 3rd Friday of Governor of the Commonwealth Customer I believo I will put one of being for Blaine 77 for Sherman 41 these almanacs S D Carpenter Constable in Richmond Uniform Detrre Camn No of Kentucky to take the oath of for Liucolu the other scattering Kan Â¬ s all think bin my pocket and that morning t meets second ThurdavMHeach - mehthJj I Million District No 9 J M Lohgflat I l n r Stapps Store 3rd Tuesday A B New office prescribed by the Constitu Â¬ sas Republicans sent S02 replies 181 beÂ¬ Druggist thanks Wont yon have by at Holmans Store rd Saturday R AJJARLOW Captainn ing for Blaine 86 for Sherman 44 for a glass of soda water with me tion James A Harvey Constable L J Frazee Clark Lincoln and the others scattering bun Amity Lodge No 515 K of II meets A writer in Farmers Home Journal ercrly Friday evening in Odd Fellows General Simon Bolivar Buckner says Hall at 7 oclock W B BENNY Dictator It would pay us to be much more was inaugurated Govenor of Ken- Â¬ OFFIOE ffilaln street two tloors James Tevis Reporter careful in the selection of wheat for june22 tf tucky at Frankfort on Tuesday aboveiSecond seed than we are It Is possible CHURCH DIRECTORY August 29th 1887 He delivered to make as great an improvement by DDS the following address breeding plants as by breed lug animals BAPTIST When I review the long line of yet we trust almost altogether to Cane Spring Calvinist 1st Saturday CS OFFICE Main street over Mndl chance as it may produce a new vari- Â¬ scm National Bank Richmond Ky and Sunday Pastor Rev Wiliam Ru distinguished citizens who have ety for the Improvement in plants pard June 22 tf filled with signal ability the office By selecting the best seed each year Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and of Governor of this State it is we can constantly improve oar grain M POYNTZ Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lwson Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding with diffidence that I enter upon achieving a result the opposite of the BURGEON AND PHYSICIAN Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble usual one the runnlug out of the Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday the discharge of the duties to which seed It is doubtful if our wheat is any street over Mntll OFFICE Second june22tf- - Pastor T L Lawson 6011 County Drug Store I have been called by the people better than the wheat our fathers or Kirksville Brick Church Saturday of Kentucky grand fathers produced Would EVANS M D and Sunday Pastor Rev J AJames confidence they Grateful for the our not be ashamed to confess that our G have reposed in we Republican snd Saturday and Sunday AND SURGEON and Sunday after 4U1 Saturday Pastor me and actuated by a feeling of swine cattle cheep horses vegetables PHYSICIAN or fruitshad not been Improved since OFFICE Second street over Mncll Rev Â¬ juue2tf son County Drugstore Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and love and veneration for the Com- 1827 Sundays bunday school 9 A M each monwealth I desire to bring to Wheat for seed is best selected In the TAYLOR DR Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night the discharge of these duties a field just before it is cut Then the Pastor Rev purest aud best grain can bo Practitioner In Metllcine and Surgery Richmond Predestinarian Services 2nd purpose to merit as far as possi- Â¬ cleanest RICHMOND KY secured It there are a lew heads of Saturday and Sunday and Sunday ble the generous expectations of some other variety or of rye or of OFFICE Heoond street over Madi Â¬ Pastor Rev E H Burnam 4th june22tf son Couuty Drug Store Siher Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday the citizens of the State and to cockle they can be cut out For seed Pastor Rev B S Hunting promote as far as her chief execu- Â¬ I would select wheat with a strong but DR JOHN M llnion 1st Saturday and following Sun- Â¬ tive can do the interest of her not heavy growth of straw If the MAIN STREET day Pastor Rev John G Pond straw were so lotig or so weaK that It Viney Fork 4th Saturday and Sunday people The duties of the office had lodged Next Door to iJuxnns Up 5talrs I would be very slow to Pastor Rev J A James would be arduous under the sim- Â¬ select this grain for seed And I would une22tf Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sun- Â¬ day Pastor Rev plest form of Government they want grain that ripened evenly aud to DR Richmond Eirst United colored Ser- Â¬ are doubly so under the complic- Â¬ a bright gold and especially with long Offers his professional services to the vices 3rd Saturday and following Sunday plump head If the grain Is not se- Â¬ public in each month at 1 1 oclock A M and ated system which we live lected iu the field then select it at the Office same as Bennetts law office also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor The Slates originally invested threshing machine The selection cau- upstairs over Herndons drug store Elder M Campbell corner of Main and Second streets with all powers of government not so well be made at the machine as jdly27 ly CATHOLIC Richmond Ky have freely parted with a portion in the field but a much better selec-Â¬ Richmond Services 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ can the DR U C AMBROSE days 10 A M Pastor Rev Father of their former sovereignity by tion the be made atfact machine than bin In at no selections Haley conferring it upon a common gov- Â¬ worthy of the name can be made from FORD KY DISCIPLES OF CHRIST ernment of all the States reserv- Â¬ the bin Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the afIt is a mistake to take shrunken Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding ing to themselves the rights of Board9 at Mr J C L ickey a Saturday Pastor Elder ternoon grain for seed although a bushel of J C Walden local self government 22 tf June Each gov- Â¬ shrunken wheat will not sell for so PastorEld J W Harding 5U1 Sunday Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ ernment is supreme within the much as a bushel of plump wheat aud Y T SEXSMITU M D Elder Colier PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON day Pastor2nd Sunday and preceding limits of the powers granted to there are more grains in the former Kirksville Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph Ballew the one and reserved by the others than in the latter but It does now fol- Â¬ WHITE HALL KY low that from the former we will have Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sundays and and while Offers his professronal services to the preceding Saturdays it is the duty of the the more plants and the plants are the Sabbath school 10 aug17 xyr A M Pastor Elder B C Hegerman pabttc States to support and maintain in desideratum I believe that under Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and the General Government all the ordinary conditions we will get more -DR J FAIN Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor powers that have been conceded productive plants from a bushel of Elder L H Reynolds UNION CITY KY Richmond Services every Sunday at to it it is equally the duty of the plump grain than form a bushel of Ofleres his professional services to shrunk grain The bulk of seed is 11 A M and 730 P M Sunday school lie public at 930 AM lra er meeting Wednes Â¬ General Government to respect made up of potential plant food This Aug 17 tf day evenings Office at Joe Gentrys 715 Pastor Prof W D those that have been reserved by is a wise provision of nature necessary McClintock to the usefulness of the seed to the D Hardin W Bright Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ the Slates and by the people The perpetuatioin of the plant For the day Pastor line of demarkation betwen the little plant in the seed cannot use food PHYSICIAN and SURGEON White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor powers of these distinct govern- Â¬ from the soil until it reaches above the RICHMOND KY Elder L H Rej nolds ments is not always clear but surface as it can assimilate this earth- Â¬ OFFICE Second btreet over Madi EPISCOPAL ly food only In its foliage expose to the ton Coauty Drugstore Richmond Protestant Services e cry when defined by the highest judic- Â¬ light hence it must have other food to I want it distinctly understood that I Sunday at 11 A M and at S P M al tribunals should be recognized nourish It and build it up until it am the only one in Richmond that un Â¬ during the summer months Friday at 8 and maintained by the govern- Â¬ reaches into light and It is this food derstands the thorough use of the m rastor Kev w 1 sneppard Microscope and Chemistry as applied ments and by the people which is stored around it in some seeds METHODIST to examinations of tissued and fluid and In Its leaves is other seeds The of the human body I only mention Kentucky the first born of the ME College Hill 1st conditions uuder which it is brought tliis for honest protection My signa- Â¬ Sunday morninc Centenary and ture will be attached to ench examina Â¬ ing and night Prayer4th Sunday morn - constitution has ever been fore when placed in the soil warmth meeting eery al23mchly tion ternate Wednesday night Sunday school most in advocating the rights of darkness moisture nnd air make the every Sunday morning rastor iild J t the people in the National Coun- Â¬ potential food available and this at G rider cils and the blood of her children once starts the little plant to growing College Hill M E South and Sun what we call the germination of the At day morning and night Praj er meeting has ensanguined every battlefield seed It is necessary to kuow this in every alternate Wednesday night bun RICHMOND KY day school every Sunday morning Pas from the lakes to the gulf and order to understand why there may Brteewl attention civen to abstracting tor Eld D II Marrimon from Canada to tho plains and not be as many productive plauts from lands 111 Eastern Kentucky titles to Kirksville Pastor Rev S W Peeples a bushel of shrunken seed It is this Office in Climax building S E Providence every Sunday Pastor mountains of Mexico in maintain- Â¬ btore of potential plaut food which Corner Main and Second Streets up ing the just powers of government gives to the grain its plumpness and Rev H B Cockrell stairs June 22 tf Richmond South Sen ices every Sun and in promoting the independ- Â¬ the grain is not plump but sbruukeu day at 1 1 A M and 7 P M PastorRev BURNAM W JS Arnold ence prosperity and greatness of because nature has been prevented PRESBYTERIAN the United States Iier past his- Â¬ from puttiug the proper amount of this food into the seed Hence as Bethel Meeting- - House 2nd and 5th RICHMOND KENTUCKY tory is a pledge of her future devo- Â¬ amount of potential plant food the Sundays in a Formans Chanel 4th Sunday A R Bur Â¬ OFFICE with V F tion both to the cause of the peo- Â¬ shrunken seed is less than the proper Kirksville 1st arid 3rd Sundays Pastor nam on First Street June 22 It ple and to the Government they amount unless the conditions are ex Â¬ KevWm Crow ceptionally favorable the supply of this Richmond South Services every Sun- Â¬ have established for themselves A SULLIVAN P M Prayer day 11 A M and 7 food will not be sufficient to In the administration of the in- Â¬ plant up until it readies thebuild the meeting every Wednesday night Pastor surface Rev H Glass ternal affairs of the State many aud when the supply is exhausted it Richmond North Services 1 1 A M RICHMOND KENTUCKY and 3 P M Pastor questions of difficulty and of de- Â¬ must wither and die Undoubtedly OFFICE ou First street same as Sih er Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ formerly occupied by County Judge days licacy have arisen and others will this is the fate of many plants spring Â¬ ing from shrunken grains oct6 ly the grain Sillier Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 1030 A doubtless arise The State is in is plump the supply of food If in it may M and 4 P M Sunday school 3 P M debted to my distinguished prede- Â¬ often be more than is actually required S BRONSTON Pastor Rev L H Blanton D D cessor in connection with the Leg-Â¬ but the exce s acts as a concentrated MADISOX COUNTY DIRECTORY islature which has been convened agreeable fertilizer to stimulate the RICHMOND KY plant when such will under his administration for hav- Â¬ accomplish most and stimulation is a CIRCUIT COURT Office on Second street next door to the result Judge J R Morton ing settled some of the most im- Â¬ vigorous plant June 22 tf Garnett House Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brons portant of these questions on a ton SCOTT THE AMERICAN PARTY Master Commissioner J R Burnam satisfactory basis while others for Clerk W H Miller want of adequate authority in the A new political parly recently orÂ¬ COMMON FLEAS COURT RICHMOND KY executive department have not ganized In Philadelphia by its ExeJudge Scott call Office on Second Street June 22 tf Master Commissioner S E Scott been fully solved It will be my cutive Committee has Issuedbea held for a National Convention to Clerk W H Miller CS duty to Tecommend at the porper in Philadelphia on September 16 and TIME OF HOLDING COMMON FLEAS COURT FirstMonday in January 1st Monday time the enacting of laws which 17 The call Is upon all American in June and 3rd Monday in October will tend to a solution of all un- Â¬ citizens of what ever party or special RICHMOND KY affiliation with the TIME OF HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT settled questions in the interests sentiments who sympathize the polit- Â¬ Office on Second Street June 22 tf or are in favor of Third Monday in March and Septem- Â¬ of the common welfare and of tho ical objects of the new party to at Â¬ A ber peace and dignity of the Common- Â¬ tend QUARTERLY AND TIME OF HOLDING wealth In the difficult and vari- Â¬ The objects of the new party as set COUNTY COURT Will practice in Madison and adjoining Quarterly Court fourth Monday in ous duties which devolve upon me forth by the call are counties ana In the Court or Apieals First To emphasize aud perpetuate January April July and the 2nd Monday to perform I will endeavor to give the sentiment America and Ameri- Â¬ Office in-- Master Commissioners in October office over Circuit Clerks office County Court of Claims 2nd Monday mature consideration to every case cans June 22 tf in July i Second The restriction ot immigra- Â¬ County Court first Monday in each as it may arise and act to the best tion month LOCAL DIRECTORY of my judgment in the interests of Third A thorough revision of the TIME OF HOLDING CITY COURT the people ever bearing in mind naturalization laws LODGE DIRECTORY First Saturday in every month the fundamental principles of our Fourth Reserving American lauds COUNTY OFFICERS MASOXIC Government that office is a public for American citizens only County Judge J C Chcnault Rihmond Lode No 25 meets 2nd Americans County Clerk Thomas Thorpe trust to be exercised in the interest in Fifth The protection of aud sea in and 4U1 Tuesday in each month all their rights ou land County Attorney J A Sullivan SPEED SMITH W M J of society in accordance with es- Â¬ all parts of the world Sheriff N B Dcatherage B JiNewlon Secretary Jailor George W Maupfn tablished laws and that the chief Sixth To restrict and guard the Coroner Alexander Norris Richmond R A Chapter No 16 B F Crooke duty of the executive is to take elective franchise Surveyor meets 3rd Tuesday in each month Seventh To abolish polygamy in Assessor John W McPherson W F FRANCIS H P Supt Public Schools Mrs Amanda care that the laws be faithfully the United States Immediately and D P Armer Secretary Million executed TvrtlUe J J JMORGAN DR J W TJ FOSTER PHIL ROBERTS T AJKI A good many flat white and black leghorns are shown by tho milliners the white are trimmed with dotted point d esprit and white feathers Small flower bonnets dally grow more popular A pretty one worn by a girl with very black hair was of black tnllo with a wreath about the edgo of small popples without foliage and crashed close together To the left was a cluster of half opeced poppy buds Stockings this summer will bo worn of a shade to match the costumo a new fancy for having every thing match being tho expensive tendency this season They come in all shades to match the popular colors and will be worn with patent leather tics which bare tho uppers of soft kid These will be tied with a broad ribbon Parasols havo very long handles to allow for the holght of the hats worn underneath them and about half Way down the bandies is tied invariably a largo ribbon bow to match tho para sol in color Very handsome ones are shown of deep rich plaids in which and these blue and red predominate are extremely serviceable as they can be worn with almost any costume From Paris come littlo handkerchiefs of dark red silk embroidered with small fine ncedlowork about tho edges in white pale bluo or pink These moke pretty bits of color tacked into tho belts of whito costnmes The linen lawn handkerchiefs havo a narrower hemstitched edge than ever before tho favorite width being about half an inch wide These have two long slen- Â¬ der initials embroidered in the corner in the simplest possible letters Parses aro growing in siro that is in length as they still remain very narrow Tho handsomest are ot heavÂ¬ ily pebbled black leather with dull silver clasps and tho corners of the flap reinforced with a border of silver in egg designs For summer are shown others in all tho light shades of tan and gray while a few now ones aro silver colored and some a cream white For childrens wide straw hats the most inexpensive and effective trim Â¬ ming is a knot of ribbon that may be bought already tied in the hat shops These aro usually madoof two kinds of ribbon as for example navy blue with another of Oriental design but in which the prevailing shado is the same tint of blue It takes about throe yards to tie one of these and requires a skill- Â¬ ful hand to acquire jnst the richly knotted effect so dcsirahle When properly made they are quite sufficient la MlUlaerr sad Children Itestrlctlons trimming Young girls who have walking dresses opened at tho throat for a r PARRISH TURNER Attorneys Law Â¬ Attorney at LawJ ET cravat and sailor hat to match the suit left over from last season will find thorn perfectly wearable again this spring The effect of such costnmes was so neat and stylish and altogether comfortable to wear that it is very sensibly decided that they may be resusÂ¬ citated The sailor hat is becoming to almost all young faces and tho stiff white collar so liberally displayed and snowy tie is delightfully fresh nnd clean in appearance so that their reign begins again Littlo sailor costumes of white duck with long trousers flared at tho foot in nautical fashion will bo very much worn by young men from tho age of guns brought five to seven These suits have tho allies and that in tho outer harbor sloeves collar and the front edgo of were anchored forty seven ships of tho the sailor blouse trimmed with narrow line carrying tho ensigns of France and bands of bine with blue anchors em- Â¬ broidered in the corner of tho deep collars and on tho sleeves A whito or blue sailor hat of cloth is worn with it made with many rows of stitching and a ribbon with long floating ends about the edge On the front of the ribbon is the name of tho ship in gold letters K T World A mado out However this stay may bo ronowed after the expiration of tho AND timo limit Tho authorities prevent as much as possiblo any acquisition in This is to tho way of new residents tho town only Inside the limits of tho barracks no strangers are admitted after nightfall Tho officers however SPEED SMITH may introduce a friend for a period of ac- Â¬ RICHMOND KY b month bnt aro held in strict Justico count for all his actions FelK rents or exchnnges nil kinds of according to tho Real Estate on reasonable terms nnd is administered laws of England but thoro is a pro represents firvt cluss Fire and Life In- Â¬ vailing spirit of tho military court surance Companies Oilice in J C Ly ters Clothing Store martial in all tho proceedings of tho court The air inilitaire ii inculcated june22 tf in all pertaining to tho rock and is more than an apparent seeming Tho majority of the booses in tho D WEITH town aro built with flat tops which enable tho inhabitants to secure a con Â¬ -DEALER IN FJNE- siderable amount of rain water Tanks aro built under tho buildings and aro fitted with drains leading from tho roofs It is the water supply which hasilways proved of vital importanco to Gibraltar bnt tho authorities havo finally mastered tho question with good water Two large tanks ono containing nine thousand and tho other eleven thousand gallons aro kept constantly full with which to supply naval vessels c Gibraltcr stands o day tho key to tho center of the Mediterranean find is Street that line of fortresses which connects Great Britain with those enormous June 22 tf fields of wealth in the East Indies Tho strategclic importanco of this posi Â¬ tion was observed by tho Saracens as far back as 711 A D and under a leader named Lprik fen Lcyad landed CHICKEN and fortified the place in that year During a period of seven hundred Cholera Cure years from its first acquisition by tho Saracens Gibraltar was held either by Moors or Saracens and was a constant cause of war between theso two races In 1416 a Spanish forco under tho Duko of Medina Sidonia wrested tho fortress from tho Moors and so strengthened it as to bo con- Â¬ sidered impregnable But in 1704 tho combined English and Dutch fleets under Sir George Rooke and tho Princo of Hesse Darmstadt took the rock from the Spaniards and held it until 1713 when it was confirmed to Great Britain by the treaty of Utrecht Tho Spaniards would not let Gibraltar go without another struggle and attacked tho garrison in 1727 but a cessation of hostilities soon carao about on tho Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ signing of preliminaries ot peace be twoen Spain and England era It is more fatal to chickens than Tho noted siege which lasted from all other diseases combined But the 1779 to 1783 marks one of the greatest discovery of a remedy that fvsifrve annals in British military history and cures it has been made and to be con- Â¬ win greater troops did never vinced of its efficacy only requires a renown than tho famous garrison trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for that held Gibraltar against tho one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ combined forces of Franco and Spain anteed If after using two thirds of All tho implements of modern warfare a botde the buyer is not thoroughly I wore used by the besiegers but tho satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken rock proved impregnable Captain Cholera return it to the undersigned Drinkwater of the British army is and your money will be refunded authority for stating that ono thousand oug 24 ly to bear by the were raltar are Sarrouailed GBASS AND Thcro aro a great number of Moors Tnrtoaf it nil tunsf rnmnlptf f4nck in and Jews hero beside the English and All foreigners Central Kentucky Our motto Best not a few Spaniards visiting tho town are required to tako Gondii nnd Lowest consistent Prices P OaKKOTjIi out a permit de sejour and must find 77 and 79 W Main St Lexington Ky bondsmen to go security for their dec 221yr good behavior during tho ton fifteen or twenty days for which the permit is1 TVItli WMck Visitors FIELD DOUGLAS TCTQTXOIH a Our aeeoutite fur UB7 to July reaily ami tlHtse wHtt art inoVtxttl uh will please wN wl ettle t one Ovinoton Arnold tt Bk we w for lv N B Those by enMinir at onre will save lt Juij6 tf ett CAABpm RSSAZi ESTATE Asent E B WALLACE ASD INSURANCE J CONTRACTOR Is prepared to do all knxk of BUILDING AND CONTRACT WOKK I Is prepared to supply his customers The Eutelier5 AT THE MOST Reasonable anl Eate 1 Whiskies Brandies Wines Steaks Pork Sansage and Xuif on AT with the best THE LO WEST PRICES june22f in the beet manner lie is a thoroughly educated Carpenter and builder ami those eontemplar ing building will do well to secure an estimate from him Office at his residence on Hallie Irvine Street July22 tf Cigars First RichmondKy FOR SALE -- A GOOD STOCK OF pO MERCHANDISE GENERAL at the best country stand in Mad- Â¬ We will be glad to ison county show the stock to any one wishing to bny HIGGINS ELLIS Silver Creek Ky jun22tf mi u NEW BAR ROOM I have just opened a Xew Bar Boom on First Street fine iii n Jf iiff WHISKIES BRANDIES CIGARS ETC Constantly on Hani CALL AND SEE ME Mexican Mustang Lmirner B B UUJrCBS Sciatica Luxsbago BheriTnarmn Scratefcw Spraiaf Strain Castrate Huv Srapboaf Sorn5 Scalds StiteM EtiffJsisU Bftckact Galk Seras KMfAd Sormr Worr Swiaaey SaarttogaTj Pile Stings Bites Coras Bmhjs Bnaisas John XftcKienna uue22tf Sjvi Cracks THIS GOOD OLD STAM3 3V aeeerapMsacs for everybody ouartlr whV - a forK Oseot the the great poathe Mastass Tlnrmrnf fc SaoadiBlU nlrr- applicability Kryodj aeals uch a m ti KEEPCOOL John Dvles will furnish ice to the citi zens of Richmond and icinitr tins season Now is the time to make contracts for de li er y I lis headquarters are at the grocer store of J E D kes on North Second St apr 13 tf Â¬ rMtMr l bench The InmfeennaBnrdiltUicatPorafcl The IIouneiTlrenoedmHtrgj ni lirsmti The Cannier aiwH It roc hlatoamjiBj hi r- l The lleclianlc Beats tt alwajj oa k 1 Pianos and Organs Steinway Sons Hazleton Bros Christie and bis stock The Miner ateJstthienae of ewoergyn- rTherianeermmhili talofwii The Farmer Beete hi hie boa tt 1 t Attorney at Law JOE Spain The stubbornness of the defenders was wonderful fighting as they were against such odds but in tho end it brought victory ta the British stand Â¬ ards and immortalized Eiiot and his men Gibraltar Lor San Francisco Chronicle Kin Jbrzil sopeey afloat frtead sad tafcrt reltaaro thoasaads of dollars aad The Steamboat manor the Bwatiotam J mhnrr The norae fascler aoeam lt t U 11 jar New England and other Pianos Chicago MAKE HASTE SLOWLY SENSIBLE WOMAN Attorney at Ixaw TJ French Sergeants Tranquility Under Trying Circumstances A recent number of tho Bevue Bclro spcclive gives a new anecdote of tho Tho incident Duke of Wellington A Cottnse Organs PIANOS AND OKUVNS F0K KENT Rent applied as part payment Cheapest iBest Business College in the World Crilettl ItlthMt Honor ul Cold Bjtua BooL KmUC It lititl tt Worlds Expotltloa r 0OO irndnt U Central UiSikh EdocmMon ltnalnrfo i in 8ttioarry n4 Bnl Mlt tU CourMitnefoHncTBltleo Knert Iland Trpe wrranc SeeM Ttr Ka Vacation ni N i W y The 5toek 3Toirer arisi tt It win w- a world at trot- - ol The Railroad man seeds tt as J w lossuliUlUetsaroandof aecldBiaair4da The Backwoodsman aoaoalt There l lag like It a aa aatMola Cor the daars t - - bUllllllBlUldlUUliegC nuroJKTuuvERSin LEXINGTON KY limb and comfort which mrrooad the nk w Tho Merchant aeeds It about Sh rt ei hlj empfcrrees AerMents wflt haver anU n these come the Martasg Ltatettal is waotol it 1 mnhn Keep a Bottle in tho House TUthib--ecosora- r Attorney at Law -- TJ Â¬ Attorney at Xaw J REED POWELL Attorney at Law LUKE U MIL WARD woro pitched before Torres Vedros 8 and 10 W Main St Lexington Ky separated by a vineyard in which was June 22 tf Tho soldiers a cave containing wine from both armies met fraternally in Ono day somo English this cave C0TR1L B B soldiers found a French sergeant alono there They captured him and brought him to tho rear Tho sergeant stood calm and immovable Go said tho UeneraL No said tho man quietly Yon Shortest and Quickest Route have no right to hold niQa prisoner FKOJI Wellington impressed by his calm- Â¬ ness and moderation demanded what KENTUCKY he meant Tho cave was neutral ground TO AUi POINTS Your men took odvantagq of my isola Â¬ tion Soldiers ought to have better North Bast West and Southwest manners XrfXiTE Wellington laughed Very well BKTWEBN yon aro right Go dino with my at Â¬ tendants and return to your camp and Cincinnati The soldier bowed bnt did not move Do yon not hear me Oh yes General but I do not wish Schedule in EGeet Yet 28th 1SS7 to dine with your attendants And why not No 8 No No 12 Dally Dally No French soldier with tho same SOUTH BOUND Ex San Bx Sun Dally composure of manner can eat with occurred during the Peninsular war when the English and French camps Write For Prices and Terms HnluhddieuWiniurJLSinlUirru tLexliKtOBK June 22 tf KrfwOrlteGorel ii0Jj ir fu rvtl use In case of accMent Keep a Bottle In the Faelerr ltat mt pain and loss of w Keep a Bottle Alwaynln the stahlr se when wanted 1 r jWrre22tt PZUZVTXXwrG Si ulOIEWOul MwtSP CJvElWLn 1 KH1CIT BLUE GBASS ROUTE jciyl lirjorr JtfrfS- H1 feKrifeJ 3amura sWi Tr in t vt 3p L n j 3nlg mlw TwTrs ttebr mtw Tlr 11 1 1 CENTRAL g IS rm 9 to n a 13 u is vju n i 1413 rt t6i7iSi9x2iX3i7i8t9 33 2XT I 1 HH TT- I I Jrorara n o SlOO I JrAAlt Z f t 7 14 xi PAST a 1 IS I 10 17 I 19 13 34 15 J6 J4S134S rj u nu 117 ti a nl 3ol3i S IS IT gig olio j 9 3 I toiioqmsrf t m a rj mj I7dqt33j B 2 l gngnst UI15 15 It7li9n i Tin T yabmihrtr j C J 1 J ta sj - 18 19 ww rt a t B r ywvfc S v V V I ClKIO 9 Kjftvt s HXtrKb I - iSatrft 1 il iH I 3l4l50 T H 3 5 S n u 13113 ljKna N lOrtfioaorjuisioriCfw o 7 o 3 4 5ta il MS T 3o 3 1 Smrairr 3 1 3anr I X 3 11 rstnanrr Lexington W1 f 34 II I3i4isi6t7istgi3l3i4isieri3 np P iirjxTj lmia rj 345 I I p loiil nmsl I 3 s I a niiijn dtiannnw ii ntTP nniUisai7 ll 1 l 3 v j cu 1 5 f Ja3J 2 V J The Climax Printing Company ifp stairs corner Main ami Stv ond Streets Kichmond Ivy is prepared to do every variety of servants The General ordered a cover to bo laid at his own Lible nnd invited tho sergeant to dinner conquered by his tranquil gravity Wellingtons disllko of feverish ex-Â¬ citement or hurry was one of his strongest traits and perhaps gave him much of his power over his soldiers The Englishman as a fight Â¬ ing man seldom excels in elan in sur Â¬ prises or unexpected tours da force his strength is in hU staying power So much can bo accomplished in this pountry by forcible action and energy that tho American is apt to mistake a perpetual hurry and carelessness of deÂ¬ tails for these qualities Energy Is not Tho man who runs says the haste German proverb looses ground in the end The student who gives up his hours for sleep and exercise to his books in the Freshman year at college will usually break down or be com Â¬ peted to fall back a year Tho woman who keops house manages her chil dren and entertains her guests in an in Â¬ cessant driving hasto and fume leaves a long line behind her in lifo of looso Mako ends and unfulfilled duties baste slowly is a good motto for every ToutKa nervous poshing American Companion Arr Paris Arr Leslncon Arr Arr Arr Arr ATT 880 o m SSSpTO Lvc Covington Lvc Kalmontli iosji CyntlUaniu- - nut Lve 1140 MOjun 8 4 ive Arr Livingsto- n- 545 No Parte Winchester Richmond Lancaster Rowland Hiclimontl Kerea- - liitipm UJWam loRp 125 pm lls 2a f7 IttnO 1138 815 MI5 ui I0 2Bl m r JOB ZR promptly CENTRAL and at reasonable prices KY IZTIItTGr DOES BETTER WORK -- 63J0 UU - pm 85 836 715 llii HOUSE Iti 1 NORTH BOUND 3 No 11 NO The latest styles in material and work always employed Tio fessional Men Merchants Farmers Stockmen Tradesmen and even body else can find at Tub Climax office precisely wtoifc they want Here is a partial list of the things printed at Thr Climax offu e JL Lve TJvingslou K Mum lfc ive Berea Arr lUctnnnnii - 1145 7iJUuni fcOOnm Lve 1Uw1hiiu Lve Lancaster 618 bll Hlclimnuil 110 Arr Lve Hichmond laupin 446 ni 727 Arf Wlncliester 815 Arr Pari - Lve Lexington Lve Paris r Lve Cynlhlnna Lve Knlnmntli Arr Covington- - 15 MB 45 pm 215 p m 7rS a in 310 asw K5 4I7 850 ItfcOS 518 417 65 1123 b00 WIAYSV1LLE BRANCH- NOBTH BOUND Lve Covington LexiugtQU Pari Arr Mlllerttburg Carlisle- No 5L Noe2 Daily Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun 7j25 815 12 nrn J2S 200 fc4S pm r John son - 905 7 612 7 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 Legal Blanks such as Magis- - MuysvWe llK85 Agreeably Surprised My water pipes vha3 all frozen cop Nol Water pipes dont freeze in Do troit the last of May Vhell no water comes for me Let roc see Ah tho water wps turned oft two days ago because yon SOUTH BOUND j 715 No 52 No 54 Dally Daily Ex San Ex San 633 725 717 815 DUO -- -- g bo said at tho water office Lve Mnysvllle - jonnson ait Xo Carlisle Mlllersburc i uns Lexington Covington 45 55am 13 -223 246 815 610 1230 p in trates Constables and other offiers will N find at The Climax office a full line of Warrants of Arrest Summonses Subpoenas Deeds Mortgage Affidavits Bonds Attachments Notes Supercedeases Capias Pro tad not paid 70111 tax Und do vhosnt frozenoop - rvijr No Und no plumber baf to coma -i irohndt No ri Und nopodyhaftogo under der Itouse mlt alamp No VholL dct vas all right und bo inay shfciy liko he vas I vhos afraid if pome- troubles mlt him Detro1 jfrtt Press - J The most fashionable thing in Wall WhitefidU Times jWeet stock kings i NOTE Trains 3 and i aro daily between Winchester Lexington and Cincinnati otucr trains are daily excvpl Sunday Direct connection Is made at WlneheHer with Chesapeake and Ohio Tor ML Sterling Ahlaud liantlnston Charleston V Ya and Eastern Cltien FAST LIN B No land 4 run via Wln chcslerBolld Tralnswlth Pullman Bleeplng Cnru between Cincinnati and HtcIimondVa and Winchester und Yalilngtmil C Through Tickets and Bnagngo Checked to any destination reached by a railroad For full particulars address or call on liny sgent of tho Company ot D A FEELY 8 F B MOHSB Trav Pass r Agl Uen Passr Apt Covington Ky LexlngtonlXy E B CAIUt AlL H E HUNTINGTON Receiver nichmotid Ky UenejalOfilce Covington Ky lias lve Lexington 800 842 p m 80 arr Paris Juneau Fines Executions ccc To make a long ntory short everybody and anybody can niad every thing and any thing wanted