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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 Prmt Shows tlvrouW I P u i S jigfeggjfet H C3S5 I f TECH L -- J JJ IT I tirtt p333331 i w jZjj3crcrcr ra cjgg - lit TOLUME RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAECR 7 1888 NUMBER 38 iff AFTEEfl White Gooffs ever brought to Richuioml usy Bee Cash Store Has Just Opened the Most Extensive Line of Lacas NEW PRICES ANNOUNCE THAT THEIR GOODS ARE FloiciBE Haiiris STYLES or - s - Mm im- Â¬ hiuI Ibeir Popular Cash Price have been placed upon etteh awl every pfeetr of the new portation You can buy any thing you may want iu the above Hue of goods from in 26 per eet ehettper than anybody else sell them nil OUB IIBJ22 OS SPRIEST at once is complete aud consists of everj ITS BRE2SS GOODS call ami see thing that is det Irable both in Dress Fabrics ami Triwrniugp lbee N OW OPEN FO Jtt INSPBCTIO N The public is cordially invited to call and examine these goods and learn prices His consists of the latest patterns and best materials Men Youths and Boys of all sizes can be furnished with everything in the Clothing and Furnishing goods line H Hi I READY M ADE CLOTHING The EIDREDQE B ii sold with tho guarantee of feeing the BEST that caa be MADE Xlg Mo 8 AGENTS WANTED ELDREGBE MANUFACTURING CO BEIVIDBUK from an Overcoat to a Necktie Eat men and thin men need not fear thai they cannot be pleased 1US Ieb 22 Cm A Every kind and style of Hat from the finest silk to the cheapest felt Delightful Stock of Hats Library Lamps rrorc M ftuiu ri4 Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positivrlr cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guar- Jun22tf anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded STOCKTON WILLIS auc24 ly Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ We have added to our CAI1PE1 STOCK this seswn ami how lwve Hie most eompiHe ml bjt h ciid STOCK We can suit in style and juulily awl pf ies are leund to auk as tiMy are Uw clieiieit ever ottered We enrry tlie lifat and most complete Mock o TrunkVlfae3 Window StwoVs Hiea ami Bw CtotMwx imI Notions oi all kinds ever brought to Kiuhmond mid weexii s ave joh money oh each ami every line of good we entry Dont fail to jret our Popuhir Cash Prices 011 Clothing Itoota aiid Shoes ee beAwe purchasing a you ssamt m your own light if on do We iliunk our many friends aud patrons for their past iavois hih earnestly requst j on all to call and see our Spring Very Respectfully Stock of Goods and save money for yourselves OFCAKPElS in Riolunontl RAMSEY QIBHAIZ Proprietors Busy Bee Cash ilor Ta WT uyPvsfir mw HARDWARE NEW PRICES HEW STYLES AS WELL AS A HEW YEAR STOCK OF HOUSE Gentry ikirts in Profusion and Great Variety No house in Central Kentucky carries a stock of shirts better A SPLENDID LINE The Psisee W OF NECKWEAR M BROHANT TAILORING MITCHELL feb8 ly Then these offers are on th Nmkj o e icd and if it is found that tho plaintiff recovers by his persistent suit as limci or more llim he offorcd to take b firc the court of conciliation ho should bo entitled to all Ids costs if ho roiover less then ho should pay the costs of the defendant If tho judgment is for a sum between the ofÂ¬ fers of the two part jos each pavs his own costs Tho popularity of these courts and the excellent results of thoir establish ment make it scorn strango that they have not been copied moro generally by all enlightened nations It appears that in the five years from 1871 to 1875 inclusive there woro 116 483 cases brought before rourts ot conciliation 74742 were in Dannwrfc Of thes Be adjudged and reconciled tween 180 anu lootf there wcro 190 g36 cases presented of which 121970 woio settled betoro theso courts and only half of tho re- Â¬ mainder were ever carried to actual litigation It thus appeirs that by means of this instrument of reconcilia- Â¬ tion about lvo sixths of all the dis- Â¬ putes arising in the K ngdom of Dan mark are kept fioni final trial in tho An economy regular law courts financially and morally so remark ablo ns this u mild warrant a mora comprehensive rcf rm than the simplo establishment ot an authorized tribu- Â¬ nal bfo e which two parties at a misunders anding can present their In tho grievances as man to man adjustment of labor disputes these By courts aro simply invaluable-means of them alone in fact may wo expect toseo arbitration elevated to tho dignity of a common mothod of legal Courts of conciliation procedure ought to bo found hereafter as a part of tho legal and judicial system nf every progressive State SL Paul Ptonecr Pras ask you to call and see them in their elegant new house on They can not he surpassed in style or upper Main Street site of the old one that was burned last workmanship at August THEY HA YE THE Very hest material employed in their man- Most Complete Hardware House in Central Kentucky ufacture They have more room more goods and more desire to sell than they had in their old quarters ILilse uiiTuiinuuu luiiiui uu rn u u FH1QQ M flm m ihackelforcL Co Quta Â¬ ill if you see them because you cant help it Precisely Tm JMe22it A FIRST CLASS CUTTER of years of experience and a competent corps of tailors They Are together with a LARGE AEIB GKOIGEI STOCK OF SUITIOTG S in both Foreign and Domestic Goods enables Covington all houses everywhere till Avenue House anil Our stock of Queens ware and Glass- fe Apply LotA CE Clowers or Wliite AMD TTOUSE3RIBIGS ware and especially our Decorated Din- Â¬ G jiui25tf at DniR Store Mitchell to compete with ner and Tea Sets is full and attractive Â¬ 011 l lat Yi fait House And Lot For Sale for ASK FOR THE OL Where Are Yoa Qaag Wbmdo 70a Mart WbersfroB Hwmir in your prtT7 Wbat amoant c imfht o Wbut root do yem pfffer boggiiabaTeyoB Upon receipt ol n answer to tlie ot q tkMuyouiltbefjrniie1 Ireeofrxpetwwua ntti tb lowest phtet oc N1TCBM other rmJo AithMwUH abte Inform ET 3 h W wiH BHve trouble time nnd money Amt Parties not eaH hi person wiwre neoeuarr ready to anancr above qoestionn sbooul rwt on and preserve tab Bottee lor future wfcww Iu may beoooe ireriil Address C H Wa8E Geoeral Paseeoer Amot St Paul Mica P G Remsdy W an ti k COVINGTON TM and other Staple Groceries Goods Xi June22 A COFFEES SUGARS TEAS also Canned BEST GRADES OF HARRISON MILLER GUTHERSON LEXINGTON KY Lackey Salesman I K YARN tf VIND RIVER 6 3 FRillUGIS lias opened a Furniture Repairing ami Upholstering Shop second door from the Post office next to Hunlej Livery Siabls All work done at reasonable rates JAYi2a Carpets A Spkciai Minnesota Leads the WorW LEY STOCKTON Adens For sep23 lv WILLIS oek dairr and gr un product 2OUOooo ati w One Uat r hrtuinr aon fraxia laadA adjawout to fur suie rbeatp ou vy ttfM For maps prices rale ate address J Boot carter Land Comru woner oe C 11 Warrwi it aernl tf Wth her riiwd e t dtetf on Mail Son County jUHt mx an own ji-- pivt VtVES GRAVES the ISpglectfHl RestiiiR riaces or Faman Utrary People It is curious ami certainly Hot creJ- Ital that tVw graves of famous lijt rary people receive so little atten- Â¬ tion at the hamls of living relatives an 1 descendants even in the case of those whose present oomfortaue cir- Â¬ cumstances are chiefly the results of the hands that lie still in dentil Washington Irvings grave in quaint nnl ancient Sleepy Hollow cemetery is a dismal looking spot even in mid- Â¬ summer and in autumn nnd winter tho dreariness of the place is intonsi f d The slab that tells the visitor that he sta ids at the grave of one of the greatest writers Amerioa has ever Relic produced is badly damaged liuntTS from all quarters of the globe have clippel off large pieces of tho granite and although every precau Â¬ tion is apparently taken to prevent tandalism and a liberal reward of- Â¬ fered by the cemetery people the practice goes on unabated Tlie strict watch recently set npou the grave ha device by in a new resulted vlstors who how deposit small in found shells st nes and cemetery o Lrr parts of the on the grava aud resuming thoir walk for a brief while return and take away the stone or shell so that it iay be claitne I for the relic that it opc i ri sed on IrviBgs grave Helen Hunt Jacksons grave is kopt bright and attractive by the luany visitors who seek the rocky ami cvergreen bowered sepulchre of the author of Romona and drop flowers and Cher tokens of love upon it But for these attenl ons of tho outside world the grave would assume a dreary as forlorn and uncared lor A large number of visiting card and scraps of paper containing iaiprumptu v rses and eulogistic memorials are frequently found tucked in among the evergreen branches Fanny Osgoods n d Fanny Ferns graves at Mount Aubnrn near Boston receive only the Tsits of a few ardent admirers most-Â¬ ly elderly ladies Tho last resting place of the gifted Alice and Phccbe dry ou the brow of the hill at the entrance to Greenwood Broot ljn is sadly neglected now and were it not for the occasional garland or cluster of roses deposited there it Wuuld be a dismal spot Tho narrow iron gate is badly rusted tho ever-Â¬ green hedges are rapidly being obliter Â¬ ated and the large block of granite brna h which the gentle sisters UNMARKED jct sumler is ward and large holes undernoalh the n ommient are visible Horce Greeley tho wirm friend and adviser of tho Cary sisters until his doath kept his promise made when as pall bean r ho rs cpd to look after their lonely h mo and see to it that it looked 1 resectable to the many visitors but cow the once tried and aWo journalist is also the tenant of a silent tomb just boyon 1 the knell where his gentle two fnends lie and the r remaining rela Â¬ tives beem to eare mttfaing fur ita ap pcaranee MDonsd Clarke the raad B wdway ioet awl Uoc s ks who married Fanny tarns lovely daughter are also cncoflBned ia dreary plots of grounds at GfOii wood almost forgotten Oy tho wculd Mrs Lydia Huntler Sigour cy who her day ektrmed tlnmsttuds on b sides of the ocean with her de riM writiugs resta in Hartford gradually sinking down- Â¬ clearly the rcvorso of tho mcdallio That impersonality is not mans earth- Â¬ ly goal they unwittingly bear witness Artistic attractive pooplo that thoy arc their civilization is like thoir treo floueis beautiful blossoms destined never to bear fruit j For whatever wo may conceive their I impersonality to foretell in the far future of another life of one thing wo may be certain its immediate effect can not but be annihilating If they con tin no in their old course their earthly career is closed Just as surely as morning passes into afternoon so surclv arc these races of the Fir East if unchanged des- Â¬ tined to disappear beforo the ad Â¬ vancing peoples of tho West Vanish they will off the face of the cartli and lenvo the plauot tho oventual posses- Â¬ sion of tlto Tlwollcrs ii the days de cline Unless their nowly importcd idoas really take root it is from this FAR EASTERN RACES wholo world that J ipano33 and Kor- Â¬ Dreamy Nations That Will Disappear De eans as woll as Cilncse will inevit fore the People or the West Even now Nirvana Though a want of imagination has aby be excluded Already it has has come upon them been the cause of this Fir Kiteru im has helped wrapped Fir E stern Asia as with a personalitrhcvnirnoment Â¬ in the process Thoc peoplo hive shroud woven of thn paaceful death like beauty of theLindof the Dtys traveled very little A race diflors from an individual in its travels in Beginning nnd the land of its Morning 1ercival Lowell in Atlantic namely that while the Ctlm one rospec former lives off the oouulry in tho COURTS OF CONCILIATION case of the latter it is the country that is that The result An ImtltuUon Which Has Had a Uacful lives off him Career Iu arope while the individual reaps cosmopnli- The system of the courts of concilia- Â¬ tan ism as his recompanse a race is constantly driven in upon itself in its tion as in force in Denmark whore it struggle for existence and becomes has had the longost and most thor- Â¬ more personal as tho outcome of tho ough trial is briefly this Each local strife Tho changed conditions under community Is authorized to choose a which it finds itself necessitate tribunal called a court of conciliation which consists generally of one judge to adapt them mental ingonnity uuconscious- - and two assistants These are select- Â¬ influence it and To see how potent thpse or with rcfeicnco to their qualifica- Â¬ ly influences prve we have but to look tions to composo disputes and for the public constanding at that branch of the Aryan family their high This court in so constituted Â¬ fidence that for so long now has stayed at Dastituto of stimulus from has jurisdiction of every complaint up Â¬ home without tho Lido Aryan mind turned on which a civil action may bs based and no such action will bo heard in on itself and consu cd in metaphysics tho Imagination which has made their any of the logular courts of justico cousins tho leadera in tho worlds prog- - until it appears that tho case has firstÂ¬ Tho inevitable numb- - been laid before the court of conciliaress to day nees of monotony crept over them tion and referred by a disagreement Tho deadly snmonoss of thoir sur- Â¬ to the ordinary municipal county or roundings began to telL Tho torper district conrt for trial Thus every of the East like some paralyzing poi causo ont of which an action might son stole into thoir souls and they arise except iu criminal cases comts fell asleep and did but dream in tho first before the new body which it is land they had formerly wrested from proposed to organize The its possessors Their birthright passed tho proceedings in this court are in nature of a formal attempt to West into the The principals to tho ac- Â¬ That travel without imagination will arbitrate tion appear in person and not by produce personality the Altaic counsel No lawyer except those oa not peoples abundantly witness Tho Huns the bench have any thing to do with tho Turks and the Tartars have rc the matter Plaintiff and dofendant mained through all thoir wanderings thoir own stories in their own way nearly as impersonal as when they set tellthe conrt and witnesses may be to ont Both causes combined to keep called in if necessary When tho tho Japanese perhaps the most im- Â¬ case has heen hoard in full the court alL personal of renders i decision If this Is ac O le thing then this glance at Far cptcd by both parlIo tho di pato is has shown The onded the quarrel is sottlcd as by Eastern civilzalion soul in iu progress through this world nrWtratio fees and feelings are at least tends inevitably to individ Â¬ saved and the judgment so accepted ualization Grand as is tho great oon has the same forco and effect as a I ception of Buddhism majestic as is jrdgment in any nf tho ordinary the idea of tho stately Test it would erurts nf law If howover tho load us to the road here below is not deei ioi is UKsatisfaotoy to either one the life of tho world oan follow am he can appeal to the regular If oarthly existence ba an evil then 001 rt In this enso it hns been found Buddhism will help us ignore it ttik well fur tho composition of but if by an impulse we oan each party to o require ik- instinctively cravo not explain wo statement of a inn 111 ho would considerjudg- antivity of mind then the great gospel fair ten w h fi of Gautama ajipeiJs to us in vain As nul icaMiiuhlo This is kept scaled and too for Far Orieutals they but show scerot uijil the next court has passed 1 I 1 i I hor old home aTil altlnMili the attc Mark tion of ILirrict Biei her Six we Twain Chares Dtnller Uarner and oilier of her old time friends lias fre- Â¬ quently been called to the flmn cful condition of her grave and theS iharn desert like anpearance it nresents bv travelers yet nothing has been do ic to improve it Susan Warner also gained ttw risiiwt mill lnitt nf IIiniiKnmls hv anu ivnip Her Hwo worm lies in the military cem Qiioeoliy eterv at West Point with the sanction of the Secretary of War the gravo forgotten by all except her devoted sister Anna who shower lovo and flowers upon tho resting pace of her who was so clM3 a companion to hor in life and presenting an almost isoÂ¬ lated instance of posthumous family remembrances of tho grave of the lit- Â¬ erary dead X Y Graphic Kimarkable Discovery tn a Wyoming Ohasni Tho summit of one of the loftiest peaks cnviioning tho sourcos of tho Green river is ovor surrounded by a Tills vapor denso miss of tapor mass to tho uneduetted mountain eye means the sem bianco of a hugo fleecy cloud nnd as such many a nndering tenderfoot has marveled at tho fan Â¬ tastic beauty of its ever changing forms But the vapor is not tho vapor of tho upper air It comos from the bowols of the ear Hi and though tho fact has always boon known to tho Indians of tho region and tho mountain hunters nnd trappers tho place or means of the vapor generation lias ovpr been a 111 story unsolvablc But unsolvablo is now in the past tense This moun- Â¬ tain mysory is a mystery no longer The vapor source has boon discovered nnd tho vail of tho mountain peak has bon lifted Tho other day thore nrrivod in Lan ilor a sturdy specimen of tho wild wost With har and board em nmnhii of unkoiupt luxuriance a complexion upon which the western sun and wind had long and deeply impressad thoir dark seal a form loan lithe and mus- Â¬ cular an oyo like a litwk and grip like a grizzly n weather stained sinok lannod camp soiled canvas suit ami stout but well worn mocca- Â¬ sins tbi3 man with tho noseless active stop courageous front single heart simple faith and unassuming demeanor was tho Ricky Mountain hunter aud trapper the vanguard of American civilization and tho knight errant of Americas nineteenth cen- Â¬ tury It was this hero of cioso and deadly conflict with the royal mountain lion and tho lordly bruin who told iu simplcyot vivid and picturesque lan- Â¬ guage the story of tho solving of tho A New Illuminator encircling mystery of the peak the is tho name discovery of th source ot the clond- PortaWo snnljght given to a new illuminant of which like vonor About a mile distant from the base a public test has just been made iu Glasgow It is obtained by tho evap- Â¬ of tho vapor poak a hngo cliff blocks oration of creosote tar or other hy- Â¬ up a narrow and deep valley Into drocarbon oils and it produces an in- Â¬ this tuuuel like yallcy our hunter ono tense white Danio up to 3000 candlo day strayed nnd followed it to the foot power at a Cost of about 2 cents per of tho obstructing clifE Hero he per hour per 1000 candles Tho appara-Â¬ coived a chasm like cleft iu solid rock tus consists of a steel cylinder fur tho jnst where it left tho valloy soiL was barely wido opening oil tested up to a prcssuro of 200 The pounds to tho square inch surrounded enough to admit the passage of a by a cast irou jacket to prevent con- Â¬ man but the mountain adventurer un- densation and tho vapor is raised by I hesitatingly squeezed himself in Tho tho slow combustion of a coko firo en ism led into the solid oliff and soon placed underneath From tho cylinder bogan to widan Finding tho way tho vapor is carried through a tubo to moro opon and his footing more secure the combustinn biix on tho top into as ho advanced the explorer boldly which air is introduced in tho propor pushed forward and soon f jund the darkness surrounding him pierced tio necessary for proper combustion with the result that a dazzling light is with intermittent flashos of brilliant light whilo tho atmosphere bogan to Science produced grow hcatcl Experiment are being made on On he wont through tho passage In Prussian railways with axo boxo tho living rock with the light flashos fi ted with bearings of vegetable more brilliant a id tho boat waves parchment in place of brass Tim moro powerful until when half a milo parchment is strongly compressed be-Â¬ had boon travorsad thero came a great fore being used and it is thoroughly rush of hot air aud in a vivid blaze of dried to prevent subsequent shrink Â¬ light there burst upon our hunter a age Wooden rings are placod on tho sight which fillel htm with awe and a outside of tho boarlngs fitting tho col- Â¬ sentiment as noar akin to terror as bis lars of the journal An emulsion of stout heart cmld harbor He stood water and oU and all tho mineral oils upm thq odgo of a vast sub are used ns lubricants Tho parch Â¬ tonsinean geyser field F nr above ment soon becomes impregnated with hlmadHZZ tng v sta thore stretched oil and is ablo to go a long tirco witl geysers small in siz but countless in Public number out renewal of lubrlcatiou Those threw into the heat Opinion charged air constant columns of boll An Old HuntorN 1 1 ing water tipped wili fire wliich darted hither and thither among tho clouds of vapor As our adventurer stood upon tho edge of this extraordinary subter- Â¬ ranean gevser field I12 spodily real i7cd that he had reached the end ot his explorations The heat grow moro intense as he gnzed upon the lurid scene and a quick retreat was de Â¬ manded Bdfoic he retraced his stops how ovor he noticed a strong draught traversing tho hidden geyser fields and it was apparent these gcysors wcro situated under the vapor peak and that in them was generated tho vapor which had so long been a mys- Â¬ Wtnd lliver Mountaineer tery LONDON DOCK LABORERS strength Strong aiou Who Work Very Uartl for Very Ilttle Pay The dock laborers of East London aro ra hor looked down on by laborers Tiey are a rough in other work class of iiion upon whom tho econo- Â¬ mist frowns and who give tho philan- Â¬ thropist plenty of omploymont for his time as well as money J hey toil when they can get work from six u itil sx and oarn on an avÂ¬ erage about five dollars a week if they understand thoir business and aro Tho regular strong and capable hf ds are p lid ton c nts an hour avÂ¬ eraging about seventy cents a day throughout tho year It seems strange that London dock laborers have no trados unions or so- Â¬ Tho ciety for aiding each other trouble is they are antagonistic and careless and hnvo loss sympathy for one another than is to bo found in any other walk of life The foreman is tho great mogul of the docks before whom nil bow and as soon as his work is through ho hastens away from his u nsavory sur- Â¬ roundings to a neat cottage in tho suburbs or a secluded but rcspectablo baik street Tho question never agi Â¬ tates him or those beneath him as thoy go about their individual duties Am I my brothers kooper But the universal dislocation of the social life of E 1st London manifests itself iu tho docks not only by the ab-Â¬ sence of all ties botween employer foreman aud men but in the complete severance of the different grades of labor and among the moro respectablo nf the working class in tho isolation of the individual family Uho per- Â¬ manent man of tho docks ranks in tho s cial scalo bolow the skilled me-Â¬ chanic or artisian With a wago usual- Â¬ ly troni twenty to twenty fivo shillings a weok and an average family ho ex Â¬ ists above tho line of povorty though in limes of domostic trmiblo he fre- Â¬ quently sink below it H is perforco icspectuble aud his lite must noeds be monotonous Hs work requires lit- Â¬ tle skill or intelligence the ono ab- Â¬ solute condition is tegular and con- Â¬ stant attc id in co all the year through Hi hn3 even a vested Interest in regu- Â¬ larity the dock company acting as a b nofit society in sioknons and death an interest whioli he forfeits if hois di chnrgud for neglect of work By bo irregular ha ids the permanent is 01 ed upon as an inferior 11 a 1 foremaiand disliked as such orde spsed as adrnlgs IX e in his turn resents thu popular characterization of tho dock laborer as the scum of iha earth Thetjnly rvcowraeudstiou for em tho divots is physical If a sinewy man appeals for work who has just come out of jail he will be taken on just as quicklv as PreÂ¬ tho experienced dock laborer vious good character goes for nothing with the con trartor who would rather have a pugilist than a saint The fact that a man without a charÂ¬ acter can live by dotk labr has de- Â¬ cided man a one to choose the evil chance for life he course B it tha gets on the docks is suflicieut to damn him for other work The casual wot k or ticket men are recruited from the failures in other branches of trade When tho tickets are given out there is generally a fight for their possession as if life depended on it Jaek hat ing ccnred a ticket by a savage fight sells it to needier Tom for two jienee and goes off with tlto coppers to drink or to gamble Or if the resh of business forces the employers to tlear the gates many of those who on a slack morning would be 1111 st desperate in their de Â¬ mand for w rk will book off after the hare earned sufiicient for a pint of beer and pipo of tobacco and a nights lodging As the day draws on tho more re-Â¬ will disappear spectable element whilo its place will ho taken by the and dock cadger professional lounger A gentleman who has lived nnd worked in this district twonty threo years estimates the number of dock and water ido loungers at two These meu would not work thousand at any price Tliey gain thoir liveli Â¬ hood by potty theft by cadging tho earnings of their working friends through gambling or drink aid by charitable assistance The very systeu if dock labor has created this tlegra bil cla w It is tho result of the difficulty of obtaining regular uork and the oase of living without ir Uenlr oe roUer in Nine- Â¬ teenth Ceulnrif ployment a raft of logs bonnl log slier by wTfl gr if e vines an I er mjj I triumphant Â¬ ly under firo of th uitetny to the Another camp of the Georgia trooj Britisfc a puny day meeting he took his gun soldier on tho khmI from him and marehs I hint before into the G oria eump So great was the confidence of tKe colonists in her discretion ami valor that she was rnce left by Colonel of a command in Clarke and with fort filled worien of British A company children U- But kirti hors attarifil Nancy herself in uniform foreed the scared women to put on thoir hus Â¬ bands clothes and to show themselves on the walls whil she kept Hp so vigorous a tint from the old cannon that the enemy fled ami reported the fort to be fully manned at I eqHipl After the war Ebert Gnty was in Â¬ vaded by two or three peeaWe squat Â¬ ters Nancy fl d before them She packed Iit goods on a pair ot mules and emigrated into the wihltmesa of Kentucky declaring that Rwny no air to breathe neighbois left Aii ong her th seemlams hare been satesinen and soldiers Mneh of their physical and mental vigor donbthwa Nancy t amo from tho old huntress Hart Youths ComfmniH PURCHASING br other very old eastern prevails among The Babj many modern people lonians and Assyrians reduced it to a system At certain time every year the marriageable women were brought How Women Aro liougkt Amoeg Many boml ClTHil People Marriage br purchase wbirfc fa sm Â¬ hr Shoes for Slippery Roads tVe live ami lean The Gar mans They are an ingenious neonta liavo invented horseshoes for bad roads This is bow they do it The blacksmith when finishing i horse- Â¬ shoe punches a ho e in the two ends When the sh- - e is eohl he taps in a screw thread aHd screws into the shoe when on tho horses foot a sharp pointed sud of an inch in- length With shojs thus tiltrxl the horse trav- Â¬ els securely over tho worst possible Both riding driving and roads draught horses are shod in the same way When the horse comos to the stablo tho groom unscrews the pointed stud and screws in a button so that no damngo can happen to the horse and the scrow holes are prevonted from filling When the horse is going out tho gruo 11 takes ont tho button and screws in the poin ed stud There is no fear cf the h re coming baek with broke Knees or strained sinews and the public are spared the sight of horses down or slipping in all diree ions M Y LoraU - GEOKGIAS HEROINE A Woman W1iw S rree IIhto IfeTer Decu OtHehill U cognized of Oie of tho most p ciurosquc figures revolutionary days has never been admitted to the yages of history Nauoy Hart known throughout tho and tho the jiantess South as Sw lived in Heroine of Georga the wilderness of Elbert County and supported horself aad her children by hunting nnd trapping Nancy was over six feet in height awl with hor mop of red hair and crossed eyes sho A Nice Point of Law assuredly was not preposgosmng But writes ono of her contemporaries of justices were talking A Her voce was quiet a id foft and if shop couple ot them said Ono she had the courage of a man she had What bothers ma most is te arrive beneath it tho warm heart of a wom- Â¬ at a just decision where esse of the an nurdes is rieh and the oihei Sho ospoused tho Whig cause vehe Â¬ litigating poor mently from the first outbreak of the That dont bother meat ll said Six British sohliors when revolution but I fn I it real diigealt to her cabin the other pursuing deserters came to render a just decision whr both of and demanded food fcho cooked them parties are rieh and each a good dinner and while they were the litigating Texas the other it hid their guns drove away one tries to outbid eating Biftintfs their horsts and lrokiiig the doors t sent word to her neighbors I have A Plausible Reason trapped six bnso Tories come and hold them for me Lady who has a spasmodic hies th at During Jlie winter iu the disguse she can learn German Tits jrendws of a man he frequently entered the bother me dreadfully N w is German in Augustii aud carried the telephone British eanif is temiiiiuu Wf to Colonel Claikc th- information sho do you npme gainod there Ot one ccrnson when iftercnncwitrstettlhonghi Hnsban afreshot ruuUorwl th fml across the Poscibiv because it talks 3 riueh A Savannah river iHipnssal tct she tnado Y Skk 1 -- into tl e market place ami eventually put up at awetion The good looking brought a good price The plain altmmgn Ihey mar have featured been worth their weight in gobl found few bidders The iH faroreL on the other hand were given away with dowers ntade np from the lnuwuy pahl for their h tmkomer sisters Many African tribes follow eut the principles of this ancient praetlee ami that it is net wholly obsolete in Europe v as shown recently in a trav Â¬ elers account of a eurious marriagu custom arnon- - the Roumanian iu the The state Â¬ Westerly Carpathian ment was made that every year at the feat of the A pontics Peter ami Paul a marcet is hel I on the erest of live thousand from the Gain to six thousand feet above the level of ml here the marriageable the sea girls assemble with their parents in order to be viewed and claimed All the relatives on the female side con- Â¬ tribute to the dower of the young woman and this-- gees with the damsel to the market Tue jowag men abe bring the best they possess aad appear on the occasion gaily appareled There is a good deal of btirgaiNing at time and as cattle are included hi the gifts the place resemble a great fair When the betrothel is t fticted the pedge ef attachment fa not a ring but an emÂ¬ broidered handkerchief In Syria certain reeagoixed articles are handed over to the brides father as a symbol of purchase The articles are usually a carpet a nose ring a neck chain bracelets and a camel bag They must be paseed over to the father purely for forms sake as ihey become eventually the property of the young st and simplest The fhe wife traieaeion of ihe kind appears to pre-t xl in Lapland It k said that if one Li that country asks the father ef a mam g table girl t take a drink and the off r is accepted the widen taad ing is that the person giving the treat is accepted as the girt s suiter Sn gfiak Jfrywttw A miser troubled with heart dfceose anally deeited to anil a physician After the preliminary Doe rramination the patient asked tor how much is it going to east Thanks but youre Net a see O to too kind I ought dont trouble yonreU Yonr heirs Jndqc wHl see that I am paid Hew many b rthdavs do you one pi rsou was think I hare htT heard to say to another in the hone car Oi ibwit for y sTen aanard ed the person ml Ir setl O tly one birthday The res havo been anni Â¬ versaries was the explanation aad the car suddenly stopped n i lit A Fine Mod There is ageod deal in the remark Stone walks do not a prison make nor iron bars a asiri D Tib 4a goo I deal in cage It Its h A fuil of wisdom Wh re dhl you hrar ii he was asked I harl FeaihrU- - siy k That Feftihi rly is a might jotuigfal t towf PJL stttk35- - gWTirT -- ymiif5KK THE CLIMAX PUBLISHED -- EVERY WEDNESDAY BV THE Climax Pxintikg Co FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE J - Editors PKICB TEU YKAB MARCH 7 150 tSSS WEDNESDAY The Lexington city election on IrsI Saturday wont Democratic by good majorities New York and Illinois are said l be the only two States that pay more internal revenue than Kentucky Â¬ The Prohibition State Executive Committee has agreed to call a 3Iaes Slate Convention to meet in tle cky of Louisville at 11 oclock a x Thursday the 12lh day of A Mil next at Liederkranz Hall Market street between First and Second to select delegates to the National Convention which assembles at Indianapolis the Oth day of June and to appoint an electoral ticket for the State Â¬ DXE BILL EVERY TEX DAYS Â¬ The Kentucky Legislature pass ed its limit CO dsjs with six general bills or an average of one every ten days During that 1oriod however it passed three hundred and fourteen local bills This is an alle argument for a ew constitution AH the general business transacted by the Legislature in sixty days ought te have been done in three weeks The six general bills passed are To call a constitutional convention to provide for holding county courts when the Judge is absent to fix the compensation of grand jurymen to limit the number ol guards employed in conveying prisoners to the penitentiary to change the lime of meeting of the S4ate Board of Equalization We ca not recall the other general act Except the first act tlte six passed are of minor importance yot they cost the State probablv Â¬ Â¬ upon the Councilmen and other municipal officers A bill gives county surveyors a lion on all papers of the survey until payment for service is mnde It is proposed to pay the Stale Librarian 1200 per year A bill for the better protection of females provides that whoever shall under promise of marriage seduce any female under the age of twenty five shall upon conviction bo declared the legal husband by the court trying the case Any female under the age of twenty five who shall have been seduced under promise of marriage after the passage of this bill shall have a right of action against the seducer and if it appears to the satisfaction of the jury Hint snid purpose was accomplished under promise of marriage the jury shall so find whereupou the Judge shall cause to be entered an order declaring the plaintiff the legal wife of the defendant and neither can marry until n divorce as been procured A bill to make persons who sell or give liquors and the owner or owners of premises on which such liquors were sold or given liable for damages done by the intoxicated persons A bill to amend Chapter 29 of the General Statutes provides that whoever engages in or is employed in cock fighting Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ dog-fighti- this will add from Woodward Harbisons great sale 5000000 to 10000j000 to the revenue so that the next reducluring last week the city was crowd tion of the revenue proposed by ed with strangers from every section of the bill will not exceed 45000 the country and Canada lo the great accordingly Â¬ Â¬ 000 of our committee that the revenue of the Government should be reduced not less than 70000000 We have therefore left 25000000 to be disposed of by charges in internal revenue taxation majority GOVERNOR I think it is the opinion of the McCREARYS IMPORTANT RILL PASSES THE HOUSE OF CONGRESS 4000 bear baiting pitting one animal against another or any other similar cruelty shall be fined not less than 10 nor more than 100 and imprisoned not more than thirty nor less than ten days Additional restrictions are made A bill has passed the Senate to pay assessors 15 cents per list The Pharmacy bill passed the house Under its provisions druggists in towns of 1000 or more inhabitants are required to hold diplomas or certificates of competency from the State Board of Pharmacy The lien bill passed the House as follows If the labor performed or the materials furnished shall be performed or furnished by contract with the owner or lessee but for a contractor or no lien shall attach in favor of such laborer or material Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE MATH ELDS ing Courts TIhj maximum compensation is placed at 2 per day A Senate bill proposes to abolish the Suprerior Court A petition from several hun dred citizens asking that the Legislature enact such laws as will give married women the same property rights as married men Tire pistol bill imposing a fine of 100 failed in the Senate A bill passed the Senate amending acts protecting owners of States agent property from damages by fire Requires comTHE SffiAK MEX AND THE TARIFF from steam cars panies operating steam cars to use RKIirCTIOX the best devices for trapping sparks or fire ami preventing the A gentleman who usually knows whereof lte scattering of such sparks or fire hjteaks says it is not conceivable where they will likely do damage iMi ihe mgar huh we mean the TAKIFF KHF0RM me engaged in raisins sugar who receive incidental benefit from the revenue tax mi sugar will The tariff reform question is opHtee a reduction of 22 per cent now before Congress for solu0 this article Tlte depression tion the committee having reportof the sugar interests in this coun ed a bill for reduction The two try has been due largely to the great political parlies are divided vport bounties from European There are Democrats for a id governments In one year France against the measure and the 1ms paid Germany same is true of the Republicans 5000000 over 9000000 Austria S000 What will become of the measure 000 Holland 9330000 in all in Congress we do not know a total of 45000000 or nearly Many fear that the divition will oqual to our total revenue from lose the Democratic parti the this source This burden is too next President But it will not great and there is a strong proba- The wool men of Texas are but a bility that these bounties will be handful of the 100000 Democratic repealed These nations see the majority in that State The rice folly of a policy which compels men of South Carolina are too them to pay the sugar bills of too few to carry that State England and other countries and for the Republicans The iron will abandon In view of this men of Virginia Tennessee and situation the sugar planters Alabama and the factory men of can bear with considerable equa Georgia can no more govern those nimity the proposed reduction of States than the rice and wool 22 per cent in the sugar duties men can theirs There are not Besides the sugar planters 1100 sugar planters in Louisana would much prefer to submit to a and that State is Democratic by reduction of 22 per cent than to several thousand But all the have a total repeal with any kind sugar rice wool iron and factory of bounty They are shrewd men are not high tariff men For onough to know that the bounty instance the proprietors of the would continue not longer than Eagle Phoenix Mills at Columtwo years when we would have bus Georgia the largest mills in absolute Iree trade m To the South are low tariff men suppose that the Louisana dele The wool men of Ohio are Repubgates will fail to support the bill licans and Ohio is Republican is to suppose that the gods have In tne great North west Westand made them mad preparatory to South west where iron rice their destruction sugar and factories are few and far between the Republicans TUE LEGISLATURE are tree traders So the tariff division in the two parties cuts Mr Phelps has introduced a both ways and we should not be bill to have a vote taken in Ken surprised to see the result largely tucky on the 4th Saturday in in lavor of the Democrats May 18S9 on the sale of intox Â¬ Mr Mills the chairman of the icating liquors If the majority committee thinks probably four-Â¬ oppose the sale then any sale teen Democrats of the Randall thereafter except by druggist school will vote against the meason the prescription of a regular ure two Jrom Pennsylvania two physician shall be unlawful and from New Jersey four from Ohio subject the seller to afiueof 100 four from Louisiana and two from California He thinks though and imprisonment A bill has been offered their votes will be offsat l3r eight tliat any otlicer olocted or ap or ten Republicans mostly from Mr Mills says pointed to any place of trust or the Northwest profit or any clerk agent or em I think the bill will pass by a ploye of such officer who while slender majority I said that the as such shall become di aggregate reductions proposed lv rectly or indirectly interested in the bill were about 50000 We my contract for the purchase of intend however to re enact the any properly or fire insurance for old package clause providing for the use of the State city town or a duty on packages which was village shall be guilty of a felony omitted from the tariff act of 1S82 aid imprisoned in the penitentia This clause as you are aware does rv not less than one nor more than not lav a special tax on packages ive years and fined not less than of different kind but merely pro- 100 nor more Uian 00 or both Tides that the Value of the goods cnisilar restrictions are placed and duty be assessed upon them Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Judge liarr of the U S Court Louisville has decided that the Hat fields and McCoys are lawfully detained by the State of Kentucky These families scattered through Pike county Ky ami a portion of West Virginia have for some time been murdering each other A man named Phillips went over into West Virginia and without extradition papers arrested nine of the gang brought them to Pike county and lodged tiiem in jail They applied to Judge Barr to be released as they had not been extradited Judge Barr decided that Phillips did wrong in arrest iug them without a requisition from the Governor and bringing thorn into Kentucky but that is a matter in which Kentucky is liot concerned and now that the men are in Kentucky site has a right to hokl them on the warrants against litem for murder or as Henry Clay said being as you are Iiereyou had as well sit down They have recourse against Phil lip personally but not against le State as Phillips was not the man tlierefor unless notice in writing is given to the owner within thirty days after ceasing to labor or furnish materials that a lien will be claimed stating the amount of said claim If the owner shall fail to pay upon notice the property shall be in lien for the amount lie ought to pay not exceeding tlte amount of his original contract But the liens authorized by this chapter shall not attach if security shall have been taken for the labor performed or materials furnished A Senate bill provides for reg ulating the holding of Examining Courts and fixing the fees of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ County Judges Justices of the Peace Police Judges and other officials when silting in examin Â¬ Tariff-Refin-- The Washington correspondent of the Courier Journal telegntpiieri on Tliurdny that Gov McCreary called up Ida bill authorizing the President or the United Slates to arrange a con- Â¬ ference at the city of Washington hi 16SJ for the purpose of promoting ar- Â¬ bitration and encouraging reciprocal commercial relations between the United States of America and the Re Â¬ public of Mexico and of Central and Smith America and of the Empire of Iirazil The Governor ppoke lor near Â¬ ly an hour in favor of the bill and his ept ech was kindly received The bill passed the House by a unanimous vote The countries embraced by the bill uhne governments are to be invited to send delegates to Washington are the Republics of Mexico Guatemala Honduras Salvador Nicaragua Costa Rica Columbia Venezuela Ecuador Argentine Republic Peru Bolivia Uruguay and the Chili Paraguay Empire of Rrasil These countries cover an area as large us the whole of Europe aud the United States com Â¬ bined and have about 11 fly millions of inhabitants They lie South of our Republic aud are connected with us by laud the narrowest ilit being the Istlimui of Paiiamii They are nearer 10 our Republic than any other com- Â¬ mercial nati m of the world Most of the Republics are no further away than San Francisco is from New York All of them except Brazil have by stupendous efforts aud many sacri- Â¬ fices fashioned their government after ours They recognize the superiority of our manufactures inventions and agricultural products aud are anxiou for more intimate social and business relations with our people Gov McCreary said that our neglect of these countries i t only equaled by the ignorance of many of our people as regards their resources progress Im Â¬ provements in seir governmeiit aud remarkable advancement in internal He showed that while improvements tlie annual mechanical aud agricultural products of the United States are valued at eleven thousand millions of dollars we have seldom sold more than seventy five millions worth of these products per annum to the reo ple of these countries who are our ueaiest neighbors and who buy in Europe at least five limes as much as they buy from us While we raise in the South from five to six millions bales of cotton the people of Central aud South America buy eighty per cent of ail their cotton goods from the merchants and manufacturers of Eng- Â¬ land He showed that the people of those countries need the products of our manufactories furnaces aud farms and that they need everything of which we have a uurplus aud we need almost everything they pro Â¬ duce and the lat National Democratic We favor an Convention declared Ameiicai continental policy based niton more intimate commercial aud political relations witli thclifleeu feister Rqrtiblics of North Central and South but entangling alliances America He also spoke in favor uith none of aibitratiou for the settlement of international rii agreemeuts aud dis putes furnishing many utterances iu support of the arbitiatlou of inter- Â¬ men national disputes of such as Thomas A Hendricks John J Crittenden ex President Grant aud others aud declared that aibitratiou is one of the most popular aud powerful words of modem times and that it rings throughout the civilized world as a harbinger of better days when peace 011 earth good will to man will be the benediction of the age Â¬ Â¬ HarbUon sale of Messrs Woodwurd It was by far the largest attended sale ever held by this enterprising lirmand well bred and meritorious animals realized good prices That our read Â¬ ers may have an idea of this great sale appended will be found a table of the classes of horbts sold the prices and av Â¬ erage they realized 123 head or standard trottersSS02G0 00 701 30 Average 112 head of 11011 standard 30640 00 273 55 Average 222 head business horses 50050 00 Average 252 50 4 saddle stallions 2480 00 C20 00 Average -- 5175430 461 head made 00 350 50 Average Lexington Live Stock Record profusely Illustrated us Is the one oil Thd Mora n and Buliot eclhfug exhibitions are reviewed aurl all the minor departments of this excellent Price ia magazine are ably sustained 23 Union cents Montague Mark Square N Y dog- - Pianosand Organs Steinway Softs Hazleton Bros Christie FOUND AT THE CASH GROCERY OF HOUSE Harpers Magazine For March opens with an article by New England and other Pianos Chicago PIANOS j ii That are Irauglit wiui great interest t the purchasers that visit our store in beard 2 LITERARY NOTES The Kalevala The great national epic poem of the Fiulanders which Max Muller in his Lectures ou the Science of Language places by thesldeolthe Iliad of Homer is now for the flist lime iu complete translated Into English the form translator being Dr J MCrawford of Cincinnati It is shortly to be pub Â¬ lished Iu two octavo volumes the poem being great in magnitude nearly 32000 lines as well as in character Apart from the literary merit of the poem which is pronounced by all critics to be extraordinary it has a curious fascination for American stu Â¬ dents of poetry because in it is seen as In a mirror the inspiration which enabled Longfellow to produce hN famous Iudiiu Edda HUwalha Indeed because of tlie close resem- Â¬ blance In many points Longfellow was by some critics Uoii the appearance of Hiawatha charged with pla Â¬ giarism though his friends claim that more than legiti- Â¬ he made no mate use of the literary mateiial lanstudy of the which the guage and mythology of the Finns gave him The present edition will for the first time give curious readers the opportuuily of personal investiga Â¬ tion and should the points of simi- Â¬ larity also the translator will be able to leap a small fortune It is to be publi hed by John B Alden New York mid Chicago Â¬ Â¬ Edward Bo wen Prescott on Spanii u art and artists which is not only In- Â¬ structive but Interesting In the high Â¬ est degree Fortuity Zamacois Alva- Â¬ rez and Villegas are names known to hundreds of Americans who have been privileged to see the interior of the principal private picture galleries of New York as well us to all artlHti The Vanderbilt collection is especially ricli in the works of the Spaniards For a long time Spain seemed to have no modern art but suddenly Mr Pres Â¬ cott poluts out Fortuity and one or two otheis sprang to an eminence which they have ever retaiucd Mr Pre cotls article Is profusely Illustrated by numerous full uaKe reproductions of the pictures of the leading workers The Lat Scene whom he mentions painted by Barbudo iu Hamlet serves as a frontispiece for this number of the magazine It is the New South we hear about most of the time now Â¬ adays and the bit of the old Old South sketched in Harpers Magazine fur March is therefore an agreeable varie ty The title of the article written by Frederick S Duulel is A Visit to a The plantation de Â¬ Colonial Estate scribed lies between Richmond Va and the sea It Is owned by the Lee family and abounds iu reminiscences of Washington and the Custlses Tin description of Washingtons festivities is charming and has a touch of poetry about it The numerous illustration are of the Ix st quality Cottage Organs AND OKGVNS IOK KENT Rent applied as part payment DYKES ON J D of White Goods Laces Embroideries Clothing Boots Shoes Hats We could fill one side of a newspaper that would not describe the merits or intrinsic value of our exhibit yet the Write For Prices and Terms 8 and 10 June 22 tf LUKE U MILWARD W Main St Lexington Ky North Second Street A full and complete slock of STAPLE AND FANCY ANNOUNCEMENTS yon CITY JUDGE GROCERIES Pursuant to a time honored custom hereby announce my of my party pplf a candidate for re election to the ofllce of Police Judge of the city of Richmond Ky subject to the actinu of the Democratic party Election 1st Saturday Iu June 1688 Respectfully H C RlCE Jau25 tde FOIl SHERIFF to anuounee authorized JOHN HISLE a candidate for Sheriff or Madison county subj ct to the action of the Democratic party mur7 tdo We are FOB SHERIFF Confectioneries Canned Goods YOU MUST COME AND SEE THEM Green and Dried 2suit We are confident of a just verdict and plenty of every thing in my line This house is l We are authorized lo announce J candidate lor Sheriff of W BALES Madi on Omiity subject to the action mar7 tdc of the Democratic paity i Strictly -- Bum SS ON A- - WHITE GOODS -- SUCH AS- - Louisville tobacco maeset Glover FURNISHED BY Dnrrett LonisTtlle Ware Honse Tobacc THIN COLUMN We are lor Hlsle aud Bales forSher ilt Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ He CLAYS CHOICE Robert T Lincoln the Strongest Candidate for President CASSIUS M Relieves 1 Â¬ it -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tjlccal Dispatch to The Chicago Journal New Yojik February 25 The fol Â¬ lowing letter from Hou Casslus M Clay ot Kentucky addressed to a friend has just beet made public here White Hall Ky Febreary 18 My Dear Frund Yours of the 14th instant whs received yesterday in continuance of our correspondence Events crowd upon us which bring not only surprise but anxious thought The most biilllaiit aud representative leader of the Republican parly declines Presidency lor the nomination Whether his motives are political or personal it is not for us to inquire and without further light we are left only to speculation I have sometimes thought that Blaine could curry New York while no other Republican could In this I may be mistaken but one thing is sure no aggressive rival of Blaine can carry New York or the nation All history proven that the passions of men are stronger than their judgment and this our parly must now the field being clear decision not forget I agree with ou that Robert T Lincoln is the man to win He lias no livals and no enemies If any man liesides Blain can carry New York Lincoln is thalmHii aud more he Is the only Republican who can carry a Souther btate So that without New York even he could be elected I have for many jeais been of this opinion I believe in the breed of men as well as dogs and Bob Lincoln is good stock on both fides of the house as all of us know J am fur him because he is the son of his father not that he is as great as the immotal Lincoln a cen- Â¬ tury of time is needed for the gestation of such another But be has lived long enough to prove hi own right to the love of all men who believe that noble sentiments as principles are the sure foundation of a living party Ye I agree with you Lincoln can be elect Â¬ ed Your life long friend Cassius Makcellus Clay Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Gkbe DemocrnLl M Clay pub lished iu thfi Globe Democrat shows that 7Syeais ol a somewhat checkered career have not robbed the distinguish Â¬ ed Keutocklaii ol his clearness of mind ami vigor and picturesqeness of lan guage lleit one of the few Republi Â¬ cans now living who were conspicuous itt the time of the organization ot tbit wirty With the sole exception of Jdm C Fremont he is the only man still alive who reoeived a vote for the Republican Presidential nomination iu the Convention of 18C0 Clay has cared little for iwilitioal stutiou His residence In Kentucky however dur Â¬ ing large part of his life would have been a till to any political aspirntioff which le might have so tar n regards conspicuous elective poeltiou ItK Louis The letter by Cassius Â¬ Â¬ We are for Bales and Hisle for Sher- Â¬ Burley continue light and fairly repre Â¬ sent our market for Burley tobacco iff 8 00 3 6 00 Dark Trash and Bro dealers Colory Trash Covington Arnold 7 O0wl3 00 jnn4 tf in groceries queens ware wool wheal Common Lugs not Colory 12 0014 00 13 0015 00 Good Lugs coal lumber elevators aud hotels Common Leaf uot Colory 10 0013 00 15 0020 00 Home and Fireside is the name of GhhI Leaf 20 0027 00 a creditable periodical just ibstietljrty Fine Leaf soiled Willip We presume it is Stockton Local Produce Markets to fill a long felt want Frenzy is what tLey CORRECTKD WEEKLY BY COVINGTON ANNOUNCES Transitory TO THE TRADE ARNOLD A BRO GROCERS MAIN that he has a large aud well selected call It out West when one man kills STREET RICHMOND KY line ot another not in self defense aud theu The Magazine of American History Richmond Ky Feb 28 18S8 they turn the fellow loose For March contains a most agreeable Beef Cattle Butcher variety of entertaining and scholarly French Tipton had something iu Hogs 4Skc this week that Sugar Cured Hams papers The freshness and timeliness Ills Thin Column be used on his feet a hatchet Bacon Hams Country Ml and of themes considered in each issue of ouuhi to Paris News f this priceless periodical are phenome Â¬ The News mail expects us to kick uUticr 3040c nal The leading article this month him nest time we see him hence his Chickens t 50 t 752 00 entitled Historic Cannon Balls aud icmark 80c V nCui is an animated desciiption Houses A young drug clerk took a walk into Flour of the invasion of Connecticut by the Corn per barrel British iu 1777 The portrait of Gen the country He came upon a tumble Â¬ Hay per 100 Hs 405oc uaw a hog Oats in sheaf per 100 lbs David Wooster who fell in this en- Â¬ down maw stuck He soundly sleeping under the edge of the Lard counter forms tlie frontispiece to the nai2tc c 3 traw Thought he would have Mime Tallow number it from a rare and handsome look Beeswax I5joc Inn out of that hog Slipped along 1776 picture made iu Loudon iu The Feathers 3S assort New York ami OhioV with hat iu hand aud with all his Meal second article 758sc Eta in which you can rind the aoCAzoc by Douglas Campltell is might brought the hit down with a Oats per bushel Centennial Grass ioSi se a stirring account Then comes a cratli and jelled like a commauclie Orchard Millet German 00 75 The hog was dead paper by Mrs Ole Bull on Lief Timothy Seed 5J oo3 25 Eiiksou an interesting aud inform- Â¬ 5 A main street man had the front of Clover Seed sheaf ing discussion of the statue recently his houe painted He wrote I lie Oats in blue grass seed Choice fS7S LATEST STYLES erected in Boston Gen Alfred E words Paint c iu Red top seed Freth Paint Louisville S 4UJ T 75s Lee writes 11 delightfully readable large letters on white paper aud pin Â¬ Sweet Potatoes 1 25 paper on Central Ohio Seventy Years ned them conspicuously all over the Irish Potatoes 1 2a2 00 andthkLOJVEST PRICES Ago John J Morris goes back two frout said lie Now there cant centuries in sketching incidents in the be aiy excuse for getting ngiiins t tiiis LIVE STOCK MARSET BEPOHT life and times of Captain Silvester paint as he turned to cpeak to a CORRECTED WEEKLY BY Sali bury who figured in the conquest hieiid Then iu a nionnnt he leaned He does not Intend to be undersold Rev William up against the paint witli one shoulder ofNVw York in 1U81 LOPER CO DATER and to hi customer he fae he will Birrows D D contributes a valuable talked for a minute aud turned his give you full value for every dollar In Live Stock Commission Merchants at Methods of Teaching broad buck srjuure against the paint I hi per 011 the veted with Mm ami he urge you to Cincinnati Union Stock Yards and gve him an early call History R 8 Robertson lieutenant then the other t houldrr and one arm Covington Stock Yards governor of Iudlan i tells of the The friend who all the time noticed B Ecpe of Grant and Meade from what was transpiring finally said to CINCINNATI OHIO MARCH 5 ISS8 riding into the enemys lines iu 1S64 the man hadnt you better be careful At McKebs Old Stand Call your attention to their commodious and elegant houe With Rev W W Campbell adds June 23 9m might ruli those little white jou SHIPPING CATTLE Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky Hon Alex papers oil i ou have pinned 011 your Good to Cortez in Mexico 1510 S iS Extra 5 oa ander Hamilton writt s about hN por- Â¬ house fuzzy overcoat is now rair to trood hat 4 oo 47 aud tlie diversi- iu the repair shop Common and Rough trait of Washington 3 25 3 75 Good to Extra Oxen Ur i fied departments oveiliow with bright 3 75 4 50 Fair to Good Oxen 3 ob 3 50 aud readable data A- - usual the num Ridpaths Finely Illustrated Cyclope Â¬ Common and Rough 2 75 2 oo Of There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearr ber is a specimen of typographic beauty dia of Universal Hittory is a classic in IJUTCHER CATTLE and the quality of the goods they ofler is in keeping with the I Held dorsed by many of the ablest scholars of Good unexcelled in the Magziiie to Extra f 4 3i 4 5 AND They have the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddle t Price 5 a year 748 Broadway New our country Fair to Good 4 io 4 25 City Extra Fat Steers in their shop of the best materials They have York 4 oo 4 25 l ROM TIIOS ARMITAGK D D NEW YORK Fair to Good Steers 4 00 3 75 Mr Riilpath has used the abundance Good to Extra Cows 3 85 4o The Manufacturers Record Fair to Good Cows 35 of new material which modern discovery 3 75 I with to return my most sincere thanks Common Cows 2 7j 2 25 With this weeks Issue the Manu- Â¬ lias put into his hands from every de Â¬ Rough Cows and Oxen 1s 2 50 for their liberal patronage during the past home made and city inade partment of modern research with rare nickle silver or gold mounted TIw facturers Rt cord of Baltimore enters hkill while his style is simple it is ornate 17 or tS years and hope that in the future BULLS upon its 13th volume Its circulation as in the past I may in a measure prove stock of Buggy Robes and Lap Cloths embracer variety as well astk and terse it is transparent besides being Rest Shipping 35 35 worthy of the same gance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen ami rubber which extends through the whole fillcJ with lite The work deserves and llest Bologna 2 85 3 10 I beg leave to announce for the coming country aud especially iu the South will command a Urge circulation es- Â¬ Fair Bologna fc Buggy whips of whalebone riding whips of cowhide waoi wli 2 7s 2 season that I have purchased and shall the 3 oung 2 40 2 60 is now much greater than ever and pecially anions it fullness whose minds Fair to Good Feeders of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in vanet keep daily the largest and most select furnished Irom of acts will Common and Thin 3 40 2 25 the journal continues to improve in t e enrtched for any puruit or calling stock in every respect that has ever been Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups FEEDERS AND STOCKERS every department Its principal mis shown in this vicinity and at prices that Good Extra Steers Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and nr iy 4 oo 4 25 absolutely sion is to make known to tlie world FROM J It BAYLISS LL D CINCINNATI Fair to Good Steers 3 50 3 75 shop made and city made the wonderful resources aud progress 2 75 3 25 Dr Ridpith is a brilliant writer His Good to Extra Heifers of the South Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse L In Its columns are language U elegant and appropriate and Common and Thin Stockers 2 25 2 75 In fact I have bought so many goods that toe weights girts found letters from all over the South is as charming as it is instructive and ac- Â¬ c brushes curry combs snungee COWS AND CALVES unless we have a genuine boom I am setting forth the things to be found curate His history passes before his Best Grade J 45 oo50 00 liable to have a good many left unsold so A lull line of collars names trace chains buck bands home well painted there aud the work that has been readers like some country so panorama rairtoviooa 30 oofifo 00 I commence the CUT in time plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wa He describes a that you can Nice Wall Paper worth 15 cents now 15 ooJ5 00 done If you want to keep Misted on see it and tells you of the migration of Common Best Veal Calves 6 75 Nice new gilt paper irom 15 7 25 10 cents LIM the South read the Record people in such a way that you can al- Â¬ Fair to Good 6 50 cents per roll upwards Curtain rolls in TURFMEN CAN FIND ANY THING IN 5 50 most hear their footfalls as they go by Common and Heavy 3 50 5 00 Cherry Mahogany Walnut and Ebony Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appoiat He tells you how the early nations too cheap to name prices Nice Window SPRING LAMBS emerged from the shadows and you can Wide Awake sadalery and iiarness house 6 50 6 75 Shades complete with fixtures each to almost see them as they come into the Good Extra Heavy Pictures and Picture This artistic aud literary gem for dawn of the primitive day Remember the place llerndous Corner Main and K Good Butcher 6 oo 6 50 cents and upwards t rames cheaper than you ever dreamed Streets March contains a variety of excellent His viow is a broad one 5 oog 5 75 of He begins fair ttutcners In regard to Mixed Paints with an matter It is wonderful how so ele- Â¬ with Egypt and ends with the nineteenth Common and Tail Ends 3 50 4 oo actual practical experierrce of more than CO HOGS gant aud voluminous a periodical can be century and it is graphic in his account o years in the mixing and spreading of of tiie first as of tlie last There is no Select Butchery jann ty produced for so small a price 210 a monotony in the story S 6o paints 1 think I can claim ta know tome 5 55 and wherever the thing about Paints Never buy cheap 5 2S 55 year To subscribers of The Climax reader opens any one of the volumes he Fair to Good Packers Good to Extra Lights 5 2o 5 30 mushy soap paint made of water whiting only 2 10 The contents of the March finds something to interest him Light Pigs S oo 5 15 barytes benzine and other cheap materials number are A Stray Shot Justice Roughs and Scalawags 3 So 3 75 which the monufacturcrs of same direct to vs Poetry Bobs Breakfast A Winter flow on Why i Because ifyou rub them FROM MRS R A TltORNENEW YORK out as any good paint ought to be applied Morning She Thought It Was a K they not having tlie necessary body will Roads Poem Bostons Expel Imeut Retri Author or Treasury of Thought Mothnot cover So buv a bution Chinese Concert My Uncle er Home and Heaven STRICTLY PURE Florimond Where Theres a Will The History of the World is not only Theres a Way One of the Proudest the best peoples hstorv and a superior Moments of My Life The Lost Chid one for the stuJent but it is also that lias the body and made of a proper adapted to QUICKESr MOcJT DIREOr AND FAVOR IE LINE TO An Indian Letter The Sea Shell for personal readingthe home circle either thickness so that they mttst be rubbed or for a book to read Coaching Party in Java In tne Still aloud out in order to obtain a satisfactory job The author seems to have a Absolutely the best mixed paint ever night Story of the Bradford Powin happy faculty of giving all the small de made Read the guarantee the strongest New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanoog ger Wool Gatherlng Family of tails about every thing that is strange or one ever offered to the public Thomas Jellerson Kilcolmaii Castle remarkable The work is so finely and profusely illustrated thit it is a veritable Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the Those Cou ius of Mable Bessies Text picture book entertaining to oung My First Suow Storm Caraway Pin Â¬ and old From the illustrations the that the paint contained in this package cushion Astronomy Luck The Con- children turn to the text for the expla Â¬ is Strictly Pure in every respect It is nation and in thi vray read what other Â¬ composed of strictly pure white lead and tributors aud the Children Tangles wise they would call dry Children wll pure zinc combined with pure linseed oil Mother Gooe A Family of Precious llm e books Thev will read sometmW dryers sufficient turpentine to Injure prop- Â¬ Stones Literary Albums The Egyp Â¬ Why not give them history No mother er working and such pigments as are re- Â¬ tians From Fall of Gracchi to Pom of average intelligence can take up Dr quired to produce the various shades It Ridpaths Universal History to rend does not contain Gasoline Benzine Alkali peys Death Ac aloud to her children without having an Water Soap or Barytes When applied attentive little audience and at the same strictly according to directions on each THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC C0ASIJ time beinjr instructed and entertained The Art Amateur can will cover more surface excel in appearance and surpass all other paints For February gives a delightful colored herself Facts of history learned early are rarely forgotten not excepting strictly pure white lead portrait study of a little girl by Ellen It is sold only by subscription and on Will not peel crack or chalk off If not Welby decorations for a plate La very easy terms found as above stated we will forfeit the and TrimroJ I a lamp sun flower France roses SSLgSS1 Morning and f MMi tn iLrl value of the paint aud the expense of the the Important Cities of theUonm without abatge TARIFF REDUCTIONS and a fleh plato 11 striking study ou application of same Tills pnwtler never varlc A marvel of purity KtrengtH and wlioieiomenesx Morn orchids by Victor Daugoti numerous economical irmn the ordinary kinds nnd models for wood carvlug embroidery The new Tariff bill proposes cannot be old In nomnptltlnn with f lii mnl nuVKJSL thhouoh cars to Jacksonville hoiu Vrlliy JLUIie TWBSTT BiaUT 1I0UR8 tlfades or low testnhorfwelglit alnra or plios designs for a cushion ami a clmlice reductions as follows phntn powders Hold only In cans Rorxx riiwiiEn 10 1U6 wall HUN Y veil and a page of monograms in Q Chemical m INTERIOR DECORATOR t rt 730000 uAKinu 22 t Jruie tf 1 Articles of special practical interest are China and glass uiJUlildl 1600000 Painting and Paper Hanging Com- dolr UiuTettrandPulltnunM Finest PakteeltoBttSteaiMr State neomfMUru tluw e 011 animal imitiiliif ilmrO uilll - Cotlnns T Â¬ o 277000 n it work tha hs revolutionized luxt petentWork sent to any part of the counHfe painting fUlt world rinrlntr the painting in wnter ProvHoiia try 600000 half century Not least and at most done in most artistic manner Xnnvlv All t1n Tnncliilr PnilvAnilc own ieet wHh tl reasonable rates ciihirs wiMnt arvliig mid e liureh em marytf ntnnni AIim umiHaM r Wmlen tjoods 123000CO Inventive procres U h method and nyttcm of Oraml Central Union Depot In Clieinatr ruenirr bobllng tteketa vl broid rj Mi Wheeler tell how one Sundries therefore snved iraiwfor across the CKy and are Msxtted a loamey iemtel v 1000000 countrynun unu ue permrineu an over the wist comfort aud cenveulsnce may become an artii t with the needle Paper workers 200 from thlrwithout feuiiratlnjc the nun mm homes Pay liberal nnv Mr Hlingio disc nurses on Japanese tsugurs work elthrr 11000000 do the ability required sex youneor old uo Npeclnl CHpllal not needed 8word guard Theodore Child and Hemp Flax and Jute Phinrwque 1S00000 you aro btarted tree Cut tnls out and return via- - Queen and Crescent the Mrn States Ii Contractor and nt to us and we will send you free mineiing goxxip ibotit in Paris ami Metal Oreta - 1600000 of rent valus and importance to ynn that j Bot111 and Note Free list- wllltnrlyonin business nhlch Miiilt2ilinns 22260000 yon In more money right away will brim Is prepared with an experienced set of GiMicral OmeesSUPaul BnUdlog- - West Fourth Mt C litem aUOhto than any hands to do all kind ot hou Bool Is fillet as usual with piquant UiiiiKeisMln the world Grand outfit free snd repairing Give htm a cull c building -JllWJM1 Pamencer A1 Jenernl Mnnmror Ueneral pnragruphe Au nnicl on beds U loii It CARROLL V WAV 6800600 nov a IY iftfdti mar7tf Ueneral bupsrlnteudtut fJn3tUj Ad4atOeeral PaweK Sales on our market for the week just closed amounted to 1188 hhds with receipts for the same period of 6S9 hhds Sales on our mnrket nince January 1st amount to 18040 hlid- The offerings of both old aud new INDIA LINENS in plain striped Strictly CASH Basis checks and plaids The best goods are MULLS in stripes checks and plaids kept and sold on very SWISSES in stripes checks and plaiik PIQUES in plain cords plaids and close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOUSE strmes EMBROIDEEIES in Jackonet Sww A TEIAL and Mull LACES in Torchon Medica rlatt Seville WB WHITE Eemnants of White Goods and Embroideries a few that will be sold REG ARBILESS OF VALUE CLOTHING 2J5C HATS TRUNKS 45 itaxise5 BLEACHED and BEOWN COTTONS in all widths 10 4 Sheetings in plain twilled 10 4 Linen Sheetings IffAPKIlffS and TABLES lallffSKSJ We want to make this the Greater White Goods Sale ever known Priei that speak for themselves 1 BEST GOODS Come and at them Now is the time for large ment of White Goods and Low Prices at H J STRENGS Mammoth oot I THE CORNER SADDLERY W WHITE Â¬ 1 Â¬ TO THE Â¬ People Ian Ji NEB Other Counties Every Style and Variety of Harness Â¬ DEFY COMPETITION 1 THEIil W C GORMLEY QUEEE AffD CEESCET EOUT Â¬ Â¬ Cincinnati Southern and Associate UNSEED OIL PAINT Â¬ WE GUARANTEE Â¬ AkiK6 PricpMis Soii Eas tu Soiitt POWDER Absolutely Pure Night Trains 3 geomwillging Â¬ llUllljUInnREivinmriiiiimv 1 -- iii -- i-r 1 r Builder Travel vuuu iHBBBBBPWHIBHBBHIIIIBHBB MM ConnSy Ccnrt uay Monday was a miserably mean cold sloppy day two inches or snow having WEDNESDAY MARCH 7 fallen the night before Small crowd In town Auctioneer Z E Bush re- Â¬ Co Jim IirKka is up investigating ports only 100 cattle on the market Puievill aud ouly half of them aold the price m V1im up the gaa well or whoop It ranging from 21 to 31 cents Twelve grade calves sold at 24 a head down rather A few nice horses sold at 110 to 5140 Mondity was Hie muddiest couit day Plug horses 25 to 565 Thirty broke of the winter mules 65 to S150 J De Witt Miller or Chautauqua Mixed fame i Itl lecture here next week Last week a paragraph concerning Now for a ww Kentucky Central the elevator soon to be erected by the deKt Htdtrannil needs ouc badly fJoal Elevator Lumber Co at the The Louisville Southern will be depot got bitched to the tail of tbe running to Rtohniond in less than a new hotel article making it appear that plans have been adopted the yetr brick purchased aud work will beglu T Ambrose continue at once on the elevator at the hotel Messrs H lo iuirve their new grocery on First Doubtless work will soou begin on the ttreel hotel but sooner on the elevator at The large grocery tirui of Tritible fc tbe depot aud it will be as large as a Mr Tribble re Â¬ great big hotel Blount has ditowlved THE CLIMAX Bro Dan iS tiring tention to VJ him Collins call your at Â¬ Youui George elsewhere J rm - fci in thl isfciie Kaymoud Shearer Jr Doyleurllle has bought a 200 acre fHrin at Jack- iou Ferry Lvt the Kentucky Central give Richmond a new and larger ptmseuger depot building contractor and Mr W H builder makes an auuouucement else where in this issue Mr Albert Lulor Las made a fine record to date with his new house and new goods on lower MhIu street The colored ladies gave an extensive Ltap Year party on last Friday night that reflected much mi their Ideas of hi Kellty fettle and general make up The new gas cuiniwny will begin u brick btiihliug 45x85 feel on their roperty m Main sAreet tliis week for a ware room for coal lime c N B and 1 T Gentry have pur Â¬ chased about 20 yearling heifers for 25 and 30 widen they will ship to Pres cott Arizona for breeding purposes Craft and J W Jones of London have been awarded contracts to carry mail from Richmond the former to Irvine and the latter to Doylearille The residence on Tate and Main sfet t known as the Dr McCreary Ircperty was Mild oil Wednesday last Dr J M Foster and Mr J B Wilns for 55000 J A in Mr S A Deatherage returned from Atlanta a week ago He told nix hun Â¬ dred and eleven mules at satisfactory price The market has been fluctuat- Â¬ ing unpleasantly since the holidays Shelby Irviue sold 3 Jackson One to Mr Embry of Penn sivjnia for 81250 one to Mr Firkins of Garrard county forS25 cue t Mr It C Boggs of this county for eso lI I Monday J DeWItt Miller of ChatuUuqua Imminence will lecture in Richmond on Friday night of next week He is a wonderfully humorous man and a line talker so we are told by those m h have heard him A choice vodhI and instrumental concert by Mile Bredelli assisted by The Interior Journal says t Bro Dan Slaughter Is nut in a huge band Gtrn Is worth 3 per barrel Judge C S French of Winchester bill iu which he fires- some lint shot was here last week Couslderable scarcity of cattle feed into Rev Pond ami others who want Miss Callie Chenault is visiting Miss Mrs- - Nancy Hortlill of this vicinity to keep him out of Mt Tabor church Jennie Fox at Mt Sterling was 93 years old 011 tbe Slid Inst The colonel is a Barueslte was bap Â¬ Mr Warren Green of Louisville visittized by a Campbeilite and is always Almost all of the farmers will plant iu for a fight wheu he thinks he Is ed friends here Sunday Bd Urge crops of tobacco this spring imposed upon Miss Mollie Fife visited Miss Mollie James Gates aged 44 years died of Muir of Fayette last week pneumonia near hereon the the 16th Bit Snake Mrs J I McKinney of Alabama is ult Mr Pat Cunuiugham a plasterer of among her friends in Richmond this place went nut lo the home of James Champ has been confined iu Mr R P McCord iu the Brookstowu Miss Susie Cromwell of Lexington is bed with pneumonia for the last six community last Tuesday He accom- Â¬ the guest of Mrs J B McCreary weeks panied two boys Into the field to haul Uncle Billy John on i down with Mrs Lida Miller of Missouri is visiting a load of fodder When they had cancer Not expected to live He Is gotten a shock partially removed a her mother Mrs Tihtha Chenault 80 years old Miss Annie Duerson has returned from snake thrust its head up out ofn hole John Bowling Is improving having iu the ground that was under the Prof Secrests school at Pleasurcville been several weeks down with brou shock and bit Mr Cunningham on the Mrs Stanton Thorpe Jr who has been ankle just above tbe shoe top He dangerously ill is said Jto be much better chills uud hemorrhage of the lungs ran to the house and Mrs McCord Wheat is very much injured by the Mrs May Viley Jones of Woodford gave him an antidote to rub on the freeze of the past winter aud a good B McCreary this deal wouud He limps a little yet but will visited Mrs James will be planted in corn this not die although he was scared badly week spring License for Felrnary enough This thing of a real snake Miss Addie Hunly and her visitor There Is qujte a split in the Baptist The following marriage licenses bite In February is of rare occurrence Miss Keiser of Illinois are visiting Chat Church at Mtt Tabor and there exists Josh Billings said When I see a tarioogai were issued duriog the past month Very bad feelings iti t he membership snaik in a hotil I say to myself that Wm Bennett Nancy Wormeth Mrs Joseph Brinkcr of Denver Colora- The case will be up Iu tbe association George W Taylor Mary P McCord hoal belongs to that snaik do is visiting her mother Mrs Tillitha next August George Tevls Floreuca Walker Chenault For SheriiTi Allen N Reynolds Mary F Loug BLUEBANK John Hisle Is anunuueed elsewhere Mr Thomas Phelps who hSii been Jas S Winn Harrie J Miller Thos In this issue of The Climax for Sher- Â¬ dangerously ill with pnenraonia is reW Taylor Callle D Harris Isa estxll coojrrY H Brock Elizabeth Cornelia Baber iff of Madison county subject to the ported milch bettQr Mrs Curtis Richardson gave a ball action of the Democratic party Mr Wm A Rupard Rebekah Freeman Mr Richard Cobb and Mrs Bettie ou tbe night of the 23rd John C Kelley Sarah Jane Carpenter HIsle is known all over the coun- Â¬ McKinney of Stanford were guests of ty as a good citizen an industrious T Mr C M Gum a very popular W Miller Frank Maggie aud prosjerou8 farmer and a hard Mrs Thos Phelps this week Roberta young man of this distiict has offered woiking Democrat He was born and Mr and Mrs James Winn of Win- himself up to hit party as candidate reared iu the Uuion precinct for years chester spent Sunday with her Wallace Luxoh parents for Magistrate Mr C C Wallace a young business tbe banner precinct of Democracy Mr and Mrs Robert Miller G F Edwards is closing out his man of this place and Mips May and has always 11 veil there until re Mr James Benton of Winchester bu lness lo go West He has sold nut cently he bought a large boundary of Luxnn daughter of Mr and Mrs W bis interest In the store of Davidson E Luxunuud who is one ot Richmonds the late Jason Walker estate and re- Â¬ proprietor and editor of the Winchester Co of Drip Rock Tiie firm will be was in our sanctum on Court- Mr HIsle Democrat loveliest girls were married Tues moved near Richmond known hereafter as F R Davidson day March 0th lbSS at tbe home of has done as much as any other man to day Co the brides parents on Main street at build Union precinct up to Its present Hon W T Tevis spent several days and long standing high Democratic 1 oclock The dirt rod3 here have been almost Mr Wm Arnold aud Miss He is always active iu at Frankfort last week where he is just past traveling Several drummers Mary Boggs Mr Wm Farley and majority as popular as when a member of the passed through a few days ago on Miss Ella March were the atteudauts county Democratic conventions and HOUse in all other efforts to advance tbe in- Â¬ horseback One of them was heard Rev C P Williamson performed a Messrs L Bright and P Breclc of to remark that the bottom had fell ceremony beautiful The happy terests of the Democratic party Richmond spent from Friday until Wed out of tbe road about this place couple left on the 145 train for Cin Leap Year Storm Party nesday with V K Brooks Midway cinnati aud other points in the East The matrimonial fever seems to be Once the social top in Richmond is Clipper raging in this vicinity the past few started to spinning the young gentle- Â¬ Leap Year On Thursday the 23rd at the men aud ladles pull the string alterMessrs M M Harber and John W days Leap into the bushes was the nately uutil the poor top topples over Crooke Jr will go to Lily to morrow to home of Mr Thomas King Miss Louisa origin of Leap Year In the year from sheer fatigue after a two weeks assist in organizing the mining company Turpln to Mr Radford Fayue Atten 12S8 Scotland actually pa ed a statute dants Miss Rinda Fayue and Mr whiz Ojr little city has been filled at that place giving an unmarried woman every 4th with lovely visitors C F Thorp from neighboring Mr Caleb Shearer wh has been with year the privilege of asking the man cities m since the grand Leap Year Mr D M Bright as salesman left yester she would like to mary her and it he masquerade party DIED every night and day for his old home and is going to refused to take ber to be his wife unless has been takeu up with dances ger farm and trade this year he could Miow he was bethrothed to mans tens smnll card parties and another woman he was subjected to a calling On last Tuesday Susie Daulton wife of John Daulton Mrs and Miss Harris wife and daughevening a very heavy fine Of course many most delightful Leap Year storm ter of Senator John D Harris passed died at her home near Speedwell on ladies popped the question to men un- Â¬ party occurred at Mr and Mrs through here Wednesday from Florida en Sunday Feb 36th 18S8 congenial aud nothing was left for Samuel Benjamin Ellin died at the home of Bennetts Jr on North street route to Frankfort Lexington Press them but to be fined or leap into the his uncle Mr Wm Rucker near Waco The young ladies put the young gen- Â¬ Mr Armstrong of Louisville the inbushes Bourbon News on Monday Feb 2jth tSSS tlemen to shame by their courteous surance man who fell on the Icy pavemanners soft speeches and polite ment some days ago and dislocated a That Striking Similarity Mr James Benton died at his home in nothings as beaux Yes the young shoulder is Irvine Wednesday Feb 3gUh 18SS Mr in Richmond again on busi Referring to tbe HoIIiugsworth case men did enjoy being rushed and Benton was well and favorably known ness last week and the great similarity of literally beamed with satisfaction here and was for some years proprietor Adums to Holllngworth Tiik Climax Dr L J Frazee left Monday for the of the Estill Springs when a fair partner would raise her fan said that Win Adams and Wm and tvo eyes brimmiug with fun mouth of Green River for some duck Hollinsgworth were in town together Little Jemmie H Hay infant son of would only be visible as she said shooting He was joined in Lexington presented the watch at Mr Rufis store by a party of gentlemen among whom Alonzo and Mary H Hay died at 3 may I have this dance please together were both drluking aud one oclock Thursday morning 1st day of The dresses were gems of art was W S McChcsney fell iu front of the store Tbe article The music good and March On that beautiful spring morna more pleas- Â¬ should have proceeded to state that Miss Anna Frctivell of Paris who ing the sweet bud of earth past so quietly ant evening never enjoyed Mrsthe Man thought to tie Adams Bennett was so much admired at the Leap Year to rest to bloom once more but not on was Hollingsworth and like the Clay and and her visitors Miss Alice party was thrown from a buggy by a earth He is now a little angel Dear Miss Pearl Chenault or Lex flowers that bloom in the spring ington were equal to the surprise aud runaway horse Thursday and was con- parents you would not call your little siderably bruised about the face hud uothing to do with tbe case Your greatest consoladecidedly charmed guests Jemmie back Â¬ -- PERSONAL PA1XT LICK Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Washington Iti Its report on the stock of the country estimates thenumler of horses iu Kentucky at 3SOOO0 val Â¬ ued at over 28010000 The average Valuation In Kentucky is only 72 per head againtt an uVerage of 107 per head In Massachusetts The report also says that in nearly ail parts of Which we will sell at Keutucky farmers are devoting more attention than ever before to the im- Â¬ provement of the quality or tbeir live stock of all kinds but particularly the The balance of this week horse The great boom in blooded STRBNG stock which has been rising mid cul- Â¬ minating Iu Central Keutucky during feb22 tf LOUISVILLE STOKE the past decade is now rapidly extend- Â¬ J F Stone ing to all other parts ot the State Has the Singer Cos Automatic chain even to the mountains noiseless sewing stitch slngle thrrad machine strong aud elegant Ladles NEWS PARAGRAPHS specially iuvlted to call feb22 5U Daniel Hatcliffe eon of the late W Horses Shod H Rutcliffe of Cynthiaua has been Road Horses Trotters aud Runners appointed elevator boy of the House or Congress at a salary orl000 per year shod in any manner desired I have an extra lot of The Commencement or the Medical second growth timber for repairing all Department or the University or Louis- Â¬ kinds of vehicles Repairing machin- Â¬ ville was held at Macattleys Theatre ery a specialty All work guaranteed degrees Fridiiy afteruoou being Shop back of Brookss drug store conferred upou 100 young gentlemen Sfebly S L M1DKIFF George Fotberger a stockholder has J S Collinss petitioned the courts for a reclver for the Krebs Lithographing Company of Is the Headquarters for Nice Furni- Â¬ Cincinnati putting the assets nt 100 ture Lace Curtains Window Shades Carpets c janlS 3m 000 and Nubilities nt 160000 5 CENTS HJ We have a few pieces of Dress Gesghams- Five Gexris a Yard 0RES gLgin Wilshss C3 The Main St Jeweler Is the plaee to go if yo want anything in 9 YOUR Diamonds Watekes Clocks Jewelry Pine GokMIeadetl Silk Umbrella GoW Headed Cae Fine Kassors Fine Pocket Knives Domestic Sewing Machines AKD ALL KINDS OF SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES BRING IN Texarkana Tex Â¬ Mr and Mrs James McElmore of are n thrifty aud enlerprlslug couple They have been married three year and are the par euts of nine living children who ur rived iu triplets William Allen died near Paris K on Motidny He was brought to this country from Virgiuia and his family has papers which trace his age back 120 years He was formerly n slave of Ben Allen deceased Pay U The milling firm ofE Format Son having changed to that of For man Chenault Co all persons in debted to us will please call at once and settle Respectfully 4t E Fokman Son Mrs J F Stone Beware of Ointments for Catarrh that Contain Mercury Â¬ Â¬ As Mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole S3 stem when entering it through the mucous surfaces Sucli articles should never be used except on prescriptions from reputable physicians as the damage they will do are ten fold to the good you can posiibly derive from them Halls Catarrh Cure manufiicturcd by F J Cheney Jt Co Toledo O contalus no mercury and is taken Internally and acts directly upou the blood and mucous surfaces of tbe oystera In buying Hulls Catarrh Cure be sure that you get the genuine it is takeu internally and made in Co Toledo Ohio by F J Cheuey Sold by J J Brooks price 75c per bottle febl51m Old Gold and SILVER and get new goods for it or the O L S JA HEJ GROCERY qualities Hig-g-in- s OH DPPEB 11H STREET New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands ad i Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ their Â¬ of Lexington and Miss Cambell of Richmond will oc- Â¬ cur on Friday night the 10th in Rich Â¬ mond Mis Williams A weather prophet ot r lntiford dicts a heavy Irosl on the 25lb or 26ih of Mucli that will kill ull the garden track that the eager planter may JjHve put out He prophesied the re cent cold MiHp to a day Â¬ pre- Â¬ deaf and dumb pupils 3u the Asiluin at Diuville 73 girls an I 59 boja Madison ranks next to Jeflrraou in pupils Jefferson has 13 Ma liHou has 7 There are thirty hj I ia in the colored detriment Thi le are 132 Mr F C Hays who had a dry goods n FirM street for sometime and who recently moved into the building itjoiuing the Post office has removed Ins stock of goods to Georgetown and will engage in the dry goods business at that place store The rejhirt of transfers of real estate in laud made in Madison county for the mouth of February amounted to S4512291 Tiie report of transfers for town lots made in Madi u county for the mouth of February amounted to 23555 Dr Ik J Frazee has received a commission from the Independent Order ol Odd Fellows as Mhjur and Assistant Surgeon General of 4th JJrigadeDivishiu of Ohio The appoint Â¬ ment was conferred by Jen T J Akeix of Paducali and is for three years Mr W H Wberritt showed us a tu 1st ff tobacco which was sent him by Lis W M Bogle from Claikbville Tennessee Ills pure to bacco and looks like a young saw log measuring 3 feet 2 inches in length and one finit in circumference Lancaster News Â¬ The Loaiswlle Southern C1 Beuuett Young says in a letter dated the 3rd that all the Legislation in regard to Madison county is com Â¬ plete As soon as I return from Washington we will take up the mat Â¬ ter juid come to some understanding The DepofDos Tli ere is a remarkable dog at tbe Richmond depot When we asked to whom he belonged the reply was Tom feeds him and we all claim Mm He stopped in at the depot one cold day and liked it to well he to--up bis permanent abode He gets on the train every now and then goes down as far as Red Hous and returns on the next train and all without anybodys suggestion or ooin pauy He knows when the train is due and always gi es out lo meet It Far Sheriff W Bales is announced elsewhere in this Issue or ThkCumax forSheritt of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Bales cime from Virgiuia located at King fctmi iu thu oounty after the war and married there He came without a d d ir but by industry and good judg Â¬ ment has prospered and become one rf the solid citizens of his community H- - Las always lent a Iielping baud w lieu there was a Democratic log to r J He lias been of great service to tie farmers of the county by the pur-Â¬ chase and tdiiptneut of their stock He expends thousands and thousands of d 1 11s auuualiy in that wayaud iu tbe 8anKthet awl most satisfactory man- Â¬ ner J Mrs Coleman and Mrs Boone of To- Â¬ The Cinderella German ronto Canada sister and neice of Mr W During the month of February par- Â¬ The German Club gave a special E Luxon and Mr P P Ballard Jr and ties Itought tickets at the deot iu in honor of visitors in sister Mrs J P Jarman of Trenton Mo Richmond as follows To Washing Â¬ German Glasgow Mo 2 St Joe the parlors of Dr and Mrs A W attended the Wallace Luxon wedding on ton 10 Bloomington Mo 6 Illinois 14 Smith on last Friday evening Ten yesterday couples participated in the dunce and 1 Champaigne Farmer City Iowa Prof Joe P Bianton has been selected Iilinoi- - 5 Danville Ills 1 India Â¬ a most delightful evening was enjoyed to deliver the annual address at the Mis- Â¬ by nil The figures were called promptÂ¬ 8 napolis lud St Louis Mo 2 The Rogers String souri editorial convention next June The Wichita Kansas 1 Temple Texac 1 ly at 930 Bind furnished the rnu ic Ten Fig- Â¬ selection was a surprise to Prof Bianton 1 Springfield Ills Kansas City Mo ures were danced viz Over and but this fact will not prevent his address 8 Tolono Ills 2 Paris Ills 7 Chil Under Fan and Parasol Snake Ar- Â¬ being one of the ablest most entertaining licothe Mo 2 Humboldt Kansas and scholarly ever delivered before the 1 Quincj Ills 1 Roodhose Ills 1 bor Contest of Graces Whips Hand Â¬ Press Association Mexico Mo Intel- Â¬ kerchief Swallow Swallow Prize and 261 Frankfort Total 70 Lexington AH of the figures were ligencer Labyrinth 27 Louisville 38 Prof B is a brother of Rev Dr Bian- Â¬ graceful and pretty especially the fan ton of Central University Sale and parasol while a couple wall zed Auctioneer Z E Bush reports the a gentleman waltzed after them and Rev C II Lockwood of Bsattyville side of Chas J Walker on Thursday twirled a Japanese parasol over the who recently held a weeks mission at ast its follows L irge crowd anil fair datcing couple or fanned them with a the Episcopal church this place returned prices farming implements old well huge fau Hie swallow swallow fig through here last week from Anniston lard 12 cent ure caused much merriment Two Alabama where he had been on business bacon 12 cents 15 9 heifer per gentlemen were led before a young He found Alabama a remarkably live yearling head milch cows 15 to 35 1 extra lady seated iu a chair and each given State Railroads are extending all over 1 yearling colt 112 a square piece of spongecake the one it and the mines forests and other re- Â¬ saddle horse 106 5 cattle at 30 per who swallowed the cake first danced sources rapidly developing Mr Lock filly 72 1 mare with the young lady The favors were wood is an entertaining and forcible head 1 1 107 216 hogs very bright and attractive pluk and speaker and the numbers who went to hear colt blue satin flags with little bells small him in Richmond increased the longer he sold for good price Corn in crib 322 per bbl The farm of 230 acres sscliet bags pint with small birds staid In Alabama he found a church was rented to Mr C T Wells for the cigaretts tied with colored ribbons where the congregation was composed gilt stars with rosetti of pink white mainly of gentlemen year of 1888 for 1015 and blue satin Mr W R Shackelford Mrs J B Francis of St Louis Discharged assisted by Miss Lizzie Bennett led are stopping for a few days with MrsS V Jackson and Wm Hollingsworth the Gernuti Mr Wm Hume was Rowland on Broadway She is the wlio were takeu to Louisville as was appointed leader for the next meeting mother of David R Francis who has stated iu last weeks isue of The This winds up tiie season of gayeties Climax for the robbery of the post for Richmond and once more the made quite a reputation in Missouri and is office at Berea appeared before the town will pursue the even tenor now in the lead as a candidate for Govenor United States Court at that place on of its way after two weeks of constant of that State In speaking of him The Sayings of St Louis last Sunday among last Tuesday lor their examining trial dissipation other complimentary things says The aud were discharged on account of in Â¬ A Flea of Desertion day has passed when the distinction of sufficient evidence for detaining them Mrs James Kirkendull of Wolfe a gubernatorial term in Missouri meant Messrs A J Hanson McCoIIum county was in Richmond on last Sat Â¬ the limit of political preferment and who D P Armer A D Ruff aud E T Buruarn were summoned as witnesses urday aud was really an object of pity shall be heard to say that he who is fitted The HollingHworths are still under as between sobs she related her story to rule in the pivotal Commonwealth of the indictment to appear before the March of wrongs and desertion Mrs Kirk Union is lacking in the qualities of mind term of the Circuit Court iu the watch endoll is a woman of some twenty and character demanded by the Presi Mr Francis went five or six years aud tells the follow Â¬ dency of the nation case ing story She was a waitress in a to Missouri from Madison county this Otvensboro Jockey Club boarding bouse at Ford aud met one State Danville Advocate Hon George V Trlplett a former Jas Kirkeudoll witli whom she fell student of Central University has very much in love her affections were RELIGIOUS been elected President of lhft Owens reciprocated aud the couple was made boro Jockey Club Tliesuiumer meet Â¬ one in Winchester last fall After the No services at the Epsicopal church ing will te held June 13 14 15 aud 16 wedding all did not go as happy as a The membership embraces Owens marriage bell aud she went to her to day as Rev Mr Sheppard will preach boros leading business men and capi- Â¬ home iu the mountains and he to in Lexington talists and is a strong institution It wont near Whites Station on a farm Rev Dr R L Breck will preach at is an honor for so young a man to be After waiting for her husuaud to come the First Presbyterian church on Sunday the head of such an important concern to her for weeks aud months and as next morning and evening he did not appear she left her home The Climax has been favored with Evangelist J A Munday who for a an entry Ixxilc and if any of our friends in the mountains to fiud bim She have horses they desire to place in the told a sorrowful tale just at the time time preached in this city is now in summer rueetlnz call and take advan- she had a claim to call ou that husband Knoxville where his peculiar methods tage of the book Excellent track at for kindness love and support he told Iiave led to an attack upon him in a local ber he had applied for a divorce aud paper for which the evangelist says he terminus of the street car lice lie wanted nothing to do with her will bring suit for libel Mr Mundays and he wlslieJ her to tkip Noted Madison Connty Horses Alone style is said to be worse than that of Sam In last Fridays Register we find without friends or money and among Jones Wc hope this statement is not the subjoined information concerning total strangers the woman was thrown libelous but admit that it borders on it Courier Journal upon the worlds mercy unprotected noted horses trotttrs aud runners been produced in Madison She applied to the County Judge for that have The Kentucky Christian Sunday aid and he said never was a more School Association for the District com Â¬ county Money was posed of Boyle Lincoln and Garrard Harry Wilkes bred by W R Letch- Â¬ pitiful story told him er 213 price 25000 Tony Newel given lo take her back lo her home counties will meet at Junction City Kirkendull March 9 to and 11 The programme Wm Collins 210 10000 Susie 8 and she left Monday was heard ou the street Monday to tell will be as follows Henry Trainor 20 Saturday 9 a m refused 20000 Crafton J C Miller 11 different tale and says his wife de- Â¬ Devotional Exercises 920 Reports before 22L Trial 215 miIiI to Bonner for ceived him appeal her marriage Her from the District ioco Organize the to the heart of every District 15000 Kentucky Wilkes Jan T distress will 1100 Address The Model S10000 Shackelford 220 Lizzie true man if her statements are true Bible School Afternoon 1 p m aud something should be done to rem Â¬ Studying and Teaching soo Duties of Wilkes Jas T Shackelford 223 edy the evil Scholars 300 Address to Children 4500 Lnoy Fleming Will Parrlsh 2241 5000 Garfield Jas Hendren Sunday All 400 Question Drawer MATRIMONIAL visitors are requested to remain over 2218000 Andy MersionJo Phelpt Sunday 900 a m Song Service 93b 225 died Sunshine B H Neale 228 died Odd Fellow 230 3000 1 Mr Frank W Miller and Miss Maggie Bible School 1030 Scrinon by Pastor The King R BTerrill 219f 6000 N Roberts both of this place were 1130 The Lords Supper Afternoon Gambetta Wilkes R B Terrill 220 married on last Wednesday Feb 29th 3 r M Address to Children 400 Questions and Answers 5000 Conut Wilkes R BTerrill 1S87 at the home of the bride6 parent Night 700 4500 Tommy Wilkes W R Mr and Mrs E Roberts Rev C P Sang Service 800 Addreu Danville Williamson officiating Advocate 2500 Total 118500 Letcher Â¬ Â¬ three-year-old They Do Travel with a gold head makes a handsome present for a lady or gentleman and Armer has a large CONCERNING FARMERS line of them AIo a new lot of Dia- Â¬ monds Watches Jewelry c Go ami The first Texas cattle drive of tbe see him mar7 t season started north Saturday from San Antonio There are 12000 two and Svcy VV alwy have V Ackers Baby in the drive wich will Soother at hand It is the only safe be divided into four herds of 3 000 each medicine yet made that will remove all infantile disorders It contains no Opium The cattle ate iu Hue condition or Morphine but givea the child natural Onions are often put out in March 4ate from pain Price 25 cents Sold by as they are luirdy aud endure quite a W G White Prescription Druggist severe frost The sooner they can be put out and made to rapidly crow tbe J S Collins better as they do not make rapid prog- Â¬ Will sell yon ynm carpets at a bottom ress after the begiiiulng of warm figure He Sews and LaS them for weather you and Huh rids you of the trouble D C Terbune of Boyle county sold In Matching them Call and see to L W Hudson 18 mare mule colts at him janl8 3m 110 per head to be taken May 1st A Vote to be Taken He also bought 18 lung yearling mules And it is thought that a huge majori- Â¬ of P B Bright for 1370 and 7 of Jerry Sand Idge of Boyle at 80 per head ty wjll be in favor of trading at Whites Prescription Drug Store ou Second street These were shipped to Tennessee near the Garnett House Jan 18 tf Danville Advocate During the past two weeks 727 Order left vlth Covington Arnold Bro oral Madison National Bank borsts have been sold at unction iu Lexington besides a u umber of pri Â¬ for coal will receive prompt attention vate bales for the euumerous sum of 4t Coal Elevator Lumber Co 276100 a grand verageofS379 This Do you want pure drugs and the best is unprecedented in the history of the You world A large number of the horses brands of tobacco and cigars have been purchased by gentlemen can find them at I J Brooks June3J tf from other States CoimT Day H R Walts auction- Â¬ A and reliable Medicinoa are thebest eer reports about 5t0 cattle on the VJ vv todependnpon Ackers Blood El Â¬ market mostly of good quality Twen Â¬ ixir has been prescribed for years for all ha poritiesoftheBlood IneveryformofScrof ty nest feeders brought S440 per hun- Â¬ nlons Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases it is dred plain feeders 23 lo 30 per invaluable For Rheumatism his no equal head A lot of good yearling steers Sold by W G While Prescription 2105 each scrub yearlings brought Druggist from 10 to 18 several left over un- Â¬ 4 wouwl Joy y dinner sold sous and 23 pigs sold for 54 oV and by Dys Â¬ Small crowd and bad day Winches- Â¬ pepsia use Ackers are preventedTablets Dyspepsia ter Democrat They are a positive euro for Dyspepsia In Â¬ digestion flatulency and Constipation A T Forsyth auctioneer reports We them 25 and 60 cents sale at S W Galtskifls in Bourbon Sold xuAinte G by W White Prescription Tuesday as everything selling well Druggist Large crowd in attendance Work 47 to 164 60 cows 2750 to mules Carpets 32 50 calves 16 25 cattle 1425 per You will find the biggest stock the head sows 11 per head shoals 075 Prettiest Patterns tbe Latest Styles cents per head sheep 690 r head corn 280 to 305 per barrel aud 2 50 and tbe Lowest prices at J S Collin jnnl8 3m to 2 75 per stack fodder 23 cents per stack aud everything In proportion The Louisville Southern Nipper setau elegant dlnuer railroad is certaiuly coming but A dispatch from Detroit dated Feb- Â¬ Whites Prescription Drug Store is ruary 24th states that Senator Stock already here Second street near the bridge has sold to parties iu Lexington Garnett House jjn18 tf Ky tne brown colt Bell Boy 2yrsoId A Question 1 record 226 full brother to Bin Ja Rose 3yr old record 210J St Bel 2241 aud Where are you going to buy your Chimes foaled 1885 233 bred drugs and books this year I Invite by Lelaud Stanford by Electioneer your trade dam Beautiful Bells 220 by The W G White Moor 2d dam Nellie Clay by Cai slus Druggist Second street near Garnett M Clay Jr at a reported price of 30 House jan18 tf 000 Live Stock Record Orders left with Covington Arnold Moudty was a very cold luclemeut Bro or at Madison National Bank day aud the attendance upon court day at Versailles Whs not as large as forcoal will receive prompt attention Coal Elevator Lumb er Co usual Mr Beuuett Brauliain reports 4t 200 cattle on the market about He Orders left with Covington Arnold made the following sales 11 calves Bro or nt Madison National Bank 162-- 5 calves 12 5 heirers 300 per forcoal will receive prompt attention cvt 3 calve 305 per cwt 2 calves 4t Coal Elbvatok Lumber Co 19 25 calves 13 steers 10 C heifers Sll S Alderney citlvea 1n CAM 7 25 hogs about 120 pound 475 i Has tbe latest Improved Lockstitch per cwt l grey horse 115 Ml I way Clipper ucnB tO iMBciiiue which is - acKttuwi- edeeii be XUnnrtr In nnt- mnnlttx The Department or Apiculture nt ever offered to the public itU22 4t three-year-ol- tion is that he is released from his pains and sufferings and is at rest in his Saviours arms who says suffer little children to come unto mcand forbid thm notforofsuchis the Kingdom of Heaven There is something in Heaven for children to do and little Jemmie was too pure for earth As I looked at him in his little white casket I thought what a beautiful flower for Heaven Mary C Â¬ Orders left witli Covington Arnold Will have on exhibition about March 1st a full Hue of New Millinery at her Bro or at Madison National Bank for coal will receive prompt attention old staud on First street No 13 Coal Elevator Lumber Co feb22 tf 4t W H Kelley will build you a good house cheaper than any man In town Remaining unclaimed in the Poat mar7 tf oflice at Richmond Ky week ending 18S8 Mr W H West having bought of March 6 Burnside Hallie Huls Abn I D Todd his stock of goods at Speed- Â¬ Boler D C Hume Sue well and consolidated them witli his Berry Dr B F Linu R T Letcher Mis Bettie own over stocking his house Is Clond Rachel Neal Mark selling at special low prices for thirty Crocket Charlie Powell H T Embry Thos 1 days Dowed John Shepherd James Turner George The most powerful nation on the face Gibson Nannie Gunepocks Miss Turner Eva of the globe is America und the most Hutchins W M Yost Mrs Nannie powerful remedy on Iheearthforchlck HilbertJohn Advertised matter will be held two en cholera is Gauters chicken cholera cure sold aud warren ted by Stockton weeks after date of advertisement and then if undelivered will be sent to the iAVlllis It dead letter office Post office hours from 0 A M to 7 1 Excursions M Money order and registered letter Business men and settlers looking hours prompt 7 A M to G p jr for new location or investments can J BWILLIS pm teach all principal points iu Minneso Â¬ ta and Dakota at a cost or one fare fur Of the round trip by availing themselves or the excursions announced via the The partnership heretofore existing St Paul Minneapolis Manitoba Ry under the firm name of Tribble from St Paul Minn Tickets good Blount grocers on First street Rich Â¬ Very low excursion rates mond Ky is disxolied by mutual for 30 days have been made also via this line to consent T J Tribble retiring AH Helena aud Great Falls Montana claims agnlnit the firm should be pre- Â¬ to the continuing partner V tickets good for four mnntln Further sented M Blount and all debts due the firm particulars Can be obtained by ndllrres should be paid to him ing C H Warren Gerlefaf Passenger fob 4t T J TRtBBLE W M Blount Agent St Paul Minn or H E Tun per Dlst Paseuger Agent 232 South Clark Street Chicago eow STAPLE FA1HCY GROCERIES LETTERS Queensware Glassware IVoodenwre Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches c Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs auglO 1 T033A OOO 33 OIG AUS 1 y a e d a E B WALLACE WALL Alt The public are invited to call on roe for K S c e II it AND- 19 Notice Dissolution GOMTTR BUILDING ACT OR Kind Is prepared to do an of 1 oots and SI iocs s AND CONTRACT which I am now selilngat very low prices to maVe room for my immense WORK AT THE MOST t c Reasonable and in the best manner Rates A i ilk umbrella fn CURES WHEfiE All ELSE FAILS Best Cough Syrnp Tastes good Use in nme bold dt arargists Mafrai3iMiii I believe Pisos Cure for Consumption saved my life A H Doweix auor enquirer jtuen ton N C April 23 1SS7 TV He is a which I will have on in about thirty days educated Carpenter I carry the following celebrated custom thoroughly and builder and those contemplat- Â¬ made brands wmch are guaranteed r ing building will do well to secure J N Cloys Ladiea Childrens an estimate from him Ziegler Bros Ladies fc Gents Office at his residence on Hallie Drew Selby Cos Ladies Irvine Street JutlC3J tf N nest Bros Gentlemens n B AnUionies Childrens Edwin Cfapps Gentlemens A D RUFF Alien Flaggs IleRYy Goods The best Cough Medi Â¬ cine is Pisos Cube fob Consumption Children take it without objection By all druggists 25c CURES WHERE 111 ELSE AILS 0TCaM and I can show better than I can ten yew that I am setting CHEAP Respectftmy C C WALLACE Laundry solicited r s 1 EcstCcrashSrnip Tirtea trood rjg lnuxne ooia uyamsziaza am agent for X Y Steam Ladle nd Gentlemens work jan j it iafcm 4 Dr 11 mar7 flm l Waiehmaker OF CINCINNATI and Jeweler IN DIE SPECIALIST UEALKK Watclie Clocks lewelry Silver and 1 Catarrh - Flnted ware Mc SpecUl attention given to f J Throat and Lung Attecuons DIAMONDS and all Chronic Diseases of the Stomach Liver Kidney and Blood Diseases of u omen Nervous and spinal AtiectionGeneral Debility etc will return to AND OTHER PKECIOUS STONES Richmond about April 1st anil remain one week First day of visit will be devoted to treating Piles Cancers and Tumors exclusively Promptly done and in a workmanlike Send for Circulars Testimonials etc manner H- - MOORE D 31 address J SETTING REPAIBIPJG P O Box 971 8feb-eow-2- tn Cincinnati O Cash VST Paid for Old Gold and Silver W L DOUGLAS GLNTLKMEN Dont loritet Hie place next door to the Post oflice liicbmond Ky jan 4 1 S3 SllOG -- h warranted is because it Is the best Blood Preparation known It will pod lively euro all Blood Diseases purifies the whole system and thoroughly builds np tha constitution Remember we guarnteo W G White Prescription Druggist f it YAZOO I RECORD 240 Patronize JJ Brooks the druggist trifle with any Throat or Xung Disease Ifyoahava a Cough or Cold or the children are threatened with Croap or Whooping Cough use Ackers English Remedy and prevent further trouble It is a positive core and we guarantee it Price 10 and 60a W J White Prescription Druggist TrvvOV AJVJW n BROTHER TO YUBA 221 By Harold 1st dam by Belmont AJambrino Ohief 2d u Roebuck 3d Whip 4th Will stand at Silver Creek The only fine calf 3 Seamless Shoe in he world made without tacit or nails At strlUh ami durable as those costing 5 or6 and having no tacfcs or naiU to wear the stocking or hurt the feet makes them as comfortable and well fitting as a hand sewed shoe Buy the best None zenutne unless stamped on bottom W L Douglas 3 Shoe warranted W L DOUGLAS 4 SHOE the oripinal and only hand sewed welt f 4 shoe wh ch equals custom made shoes costing from 6 to 9 W L- - DOUGLAS M SMSE k unex celled for heavy wear W L DOUGLAS 2 SHOE is worn by 11H Boys and is the best school shoe in the world All the above goods are made in Con tresg Button and Lace awl if sot sold bv vour dealer wriss W t naiiUIlC Brockton Mass A fat JACK FKEE3IAN KMiixmj Ky Â¬ Madison county Ky at 40 To Seeing a Dollar Insure A Livixo Colt For fur- Â¬ Some men can see a dollar a long way off but everybody can save a ther particulars address 11s at Sil dollar by trading at Whites Prescrlp ver Creek tlon Drugstore on Second street near T S BURNAM CO the Garnett House jan 18 tf feb20 3m febt tf ROOM FOR RENT Nice front room up stair over J 8 Collins furniture store Apply to W H Smith MB feb29 2t THE FAMOIM MULE JACK Low Bates to Paoifie Coast The sew agreeaeat between tha tntmcoaH cental Maes aatbettes a lower isle to JPseMe coast foists Tt the MiwHot FacUs nmto than Is mads via any other MM Frequent ex tsrtloas AccoeiiBoAMtoiis tost etaec Fttc rates maps sail other partiCBizs apply to U WABUX 6 Passenger Areet 9t juraPast J4 tea I YQUm Maiden of W GEOEGE - orL J Frazkk Ahruoklr 112-year-o- ld CARRIAGE REPAIRING Wash- The old friends f Lou Smith wlm lesenf returning niiy time during the PATEHTS derson iit V c horn eil ncton need any Carriage Repairing can tm j eaxon mioiiui mnre iiruve not to be iti S Patent of Examining C psc him at L O Schmidts ld MiuuL foal Bring nhiiigvwur mare nml a 5 OMce- 17 vears Send cvKnence where he Is prepared ti do all kinds of William if you want a good mule cull Carnage Repairing Painting Ac WJ COLUNH utility Correspond muc apikited feb393m x l At at5 the Season Payable time of service with mat Sin J Collin- - three mileeatifItIulimond on the Union City tlk Will matte tin present season at tiie rm nrivl- - Procured Wm r Hen J5 7dccM wStttttttUSMttUtKtKKKtOKttKKBSSfv v- - J VFT1 THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON Wm AT THE CAPITAL FACTS FOR FARMERS ROMAN CATACOMBS GWHITE MICE TER YEAR MARCH 7 1S0 1BS8 WEDNESDAY CONSTANCY love I barest ehaacai I love as feetHy Bev as ever And lliosgli a eea dl vUe h Oar pHgWed vows It Bend set ever A efeaBgedeHgbts Dame Katare Bat ebange hetdelh far me tie piesere Tl eaiy to eenstaRoy We fled troe UHas to fell est smmhc Wbeean net leve ia ataettee The same ef lever lie dtacraees After or Bear or presest AH other uasH thy name ettsplaee -- aiaBgerfino FertheCuxAxJ Oh I think set leve I have ehatiged I leve as feadty sew as ever The eeeaa partetfa set hearts Though yen from me it aaiy sever where KG KaArr NEWS PARAGRAPHS Mrs FlereiMie SoMhih of Jsew Yrk celebrated the one iiumlred anilfceconil anniversary of her Wrtli TuesJay The dates had been authenticated and their i no legal doubt that the good old lady lias passed the spring ohickeu eriod Could the LeKistalttre be induced to tackle the school book ijHesUwi earn Â¬ estly in fact prayerfully One gooil general bill on tills aH important sub Â¬ ject would cover a multitude of local WHs wRh a mantle of fitrgiveuess Covington Corntnonwealth W H Kinnuinl ami Geo Dciiny Sr have been to Laurel county where they have about 8000 acres of rich coal lauds They were met there by a firm from Richmond Ya u Ira eon template purouasing The firm 11 amply aWe as Jay Goulds ton is a member arxl we bojie the etiie will be made for a lttudome sum if our men deske to sell Lancaster News Mr Wm Reed an autliorky on lie tap raising in this county is going te put iu a larger crop tltau ever this epriug He says a great deal of hemp laud is going iu tobacco widen of course will curtail the supply ttf hemp aud make better iwices He thinks that Kentucky raUers of White Burley vfM gtet the market Urxt season Harredsburg Democrat The Superior Court decides that the verdict of S209 rendeied in the Rock Â¬ castle Circuit Court iu favor of Wihey against the L fc N for SSS00 because a conductor put him oQ the train for cause is so excessive as to make it appear that the Jury was iufluenced by passion or prejudice The principal plea of the plaintiff was that the act of his expulsion caused him great raor tlfieatiou and injury to his feelings Â¬ Senator Web Wright has widely ex teuded his correspond euce with the ladies by offering a bill providing that married women shall have all the rights aud privileges of single women te trade make contracts sue and be sued acquire and own property iu their owh naaies and sell aud convey the same He expects to pass the bill in the Senate and if it shall become a law be will at once acquire a wide Â¬ spread Mpularky which will remove the itoseiWiity of bis ever being called a bakl beaded buetiehw again Courier-Journal The horso that has bran reynlarly Washington u C March 3 1SS8 will never become constipated Farm- Â¬ ers Budget Congress is disposed to net upon all Wo are glad to notico a growint public bills with as much dispatch as demand that fairs shall have no feat possible so s to lake up the tariff und urcs of a questionable character X pass the best tarifl bill possible befoie E Farmer either convection meets Legislation Make a harness fit properly and a lor public buildings is receiving more hrose can wear it without distress attention than at any time before aud provided that it is also kept decently this will put money luclrculntioo in clean and comfortably soft Dry road dust or earth should bo allections ot the country aud please workiugmeu Sofar all ot the many gathered for use in tho hen houso dur Â¬ bills of that diameter that have come ing winter A supply of sawdust is up for action have pawed iu the form also excellent for spreading upon tho reported by the oommittee but very floor A larger per cent of interest can little opposition being made to any of them The total amount appropria- Â¬ be realized on 500 head of steers worth ted in uue day for buildings was about 30 a head thau there can bo from 1000 hoad worth 15 and the sooner 1600000 The thing above ail others our ranchmen keep this fact in sight that is troubling Mtmbers the most and breed and run their stock to that just now is the sitting of Congress up end the bettor it will bo for them N to the time of the meeting of the Na Â¬ Y Witness tional Conventions This being a long Having exported their pest of spar- Â¬ sesfclou the adjournment according to rows to this country the English aro custom would not be until August but complaining of tho introduction of the the meeting of the Democratic con- Â¬ American rod- - winged starling into vention in June and the Republican their own fields They say that tho convention shortly afterwards makes bird with its sharp bill kills both the Members Impatient to get away to small birds and thoso considerably engage iu the thickest of the fray largor than itself and inflicts dam ago upon the grain fields Aud now that the day of meeting has Farmers who have an insurance Â¬ been fixed the Ways aud Means Com- on farming tools and household fur- Â¬ mittee and this will aflord a good niture would do well to havo a plank for the platform The utmost schedule made of tho tools and articles universal opinion here is that Cleve Â¬ of furniture U11t can bo amended land will be the nominee and the se Â¬ occasionally to insure accuracy so lection of St Louis is accepted as that in case of fire there may be no finally settling the question Senator dispute in making an adjustment of Vest wIk is a warm friend of llin tho loss New England Farmer Pigs must bo carod for in bad President made a roost telling speech before the National Committee and weather or else you cant expect the forciWeness of his speech aud his much of them They should havo close relations to the Executive are warm dry beds to sleep in if you can not get any thing better good dry conceded to have influenced the com- Â¬ straw will do to inako their beds ot mittee iu deciding ou St Louis All but leaves are much bettor Sleeping Â¬ of the S Louis delegation in Con in straw especially if tho straw bo gress except Representative Burnes wet will give them tho mange SL are strong Cleveland men and suv Louis Republican ib t St Louis will be solid for the For a movable roost tako a 2x3 Presidents re nomination or 2x1 scantling and piano it then The Government Printing is being nail legs to it after the stylo of a Investigated but the developments so carpanters trestle If it should ever get lousy take it out of tho house far are favorable to the administration of Iheoflke than otherwue Govern- Â¬ poor kerosene all over it and set it ment Printer Benedict says that he afire Good byo vermin Tho flame will flash all over tho bench with a has nave 5150000 by the reduction of scorching hoat but quickly goes out 12000 per annum by the labor roll leaving it in a purified condition a change hi the system of paying the Indianapolis Journal employees a swing of many thous Â¬ It should be tho aim to increaso ands of dollar in obtaining the dis Â¬ the yield of the crops every year counts allowed in the purchase of type There should be no average yield ami a still further saving iu reducing on a farm but the farmer must keep the waste of paper The investigation up the fertility so as to socuro more is still iu progress liut as yet it can not When the yield increases tho value lie predicted what the final show Â¬ of the manure is also increased Too ing and comparison with previous much maiure or fertilizer can not be applied on laud that does not increaso admiuiiratHHis of the office will be Although the House Committee has its yield of crops every yoar Cleve- Â¬ land Leader reported favorably the bill admitting Tho Calislogian givos this pre- Â¬ Dakota Molilalia Washington Terriscription its wariuojt indorsement If tory ami New Mexico to Statehood it you have a horse that is in the habit is not expected that they will be ad Â¬ of kicking put him in a narrow stall mitted this Congress While Repub Â¬ that has both sides thickly padded licans would control some of the new Suspend a sack filled with hay or States still upon the whole the Demo Â¬ straw so that it will strike his heels crats would gain more than the Repub Â¬ and let the horse and sack fight it licans and obtain control of the Senate out Be sure to have things arranged ami hence the Republicans will oppose so that the horso can not hurt him Â¬ The sack will bo victorious the admission The four go together self and the failure of ones means the defeat every time and in tho end the horse will absolutely refuse to kick the sack of all H or any ICorrespondeBce Climax -- Skeleton or Kurly Christian That AM Even Now Well Preserved The Roman catacombs aro Ions and narrow passages or cross gallorios exÂ¬ cavated in tho bowels of tho earth in tho hills outside and around the city thing else W R Robinson Johu S aud John R Poor have returned from their trip to Florida ami constitute the centre of attraction around wbicM the peotde eitfeter to bear them teM of the beautiful flowers which they saw iu bloom and the fresh beaux ete which they ate iu mid Messrs GW Â¬ li Â¬ winter Tttey are pleased nilh tlie ricJi produetive soil and we are glad to learn tlutt Col 15 M Burdett is reaping many of its Unents Xew Tlfe Poiiee at Cairo picked ut a sprightly lookiBg hoy oh the street last Wednesday He had iu his os session h letter of reeommeiulation from Thomtt9 B Ford or 270 Morgan street St Lew He also had a small vaK e with him OHitaining a lot of very valuable jewelry and upon being fjuestioHed as to Iww it eame in his possession ho eoufes ed tlmt he stole it from Mrs Ford whose lwiband Itad written the letter of recommendation The letter stated that the boy was Herbert Helm sou of Rev Dr Helm the weM knowH Episcopalian minister of this eky Louisville Times Pat Hooligan while slating the roof of a very high building In Chattanooga last week lost his footing and fell Over and ever lie went until within twenty feet of the pavement when he strusk a telegraph wire aud managed te grasp it first with one hand and then with both Haugnu foryourlife Pat shouted bis fellow workman and the bystanders rushed to the nearest dwelling for a matress Pat held on for a few seconds when suddenly with a nry of Slitaud from under he dropped and lay senseless in the street Whiskey was used aud Pat finally came to When asked why he did not hold out longer he feebly replied I was afraid the wire would break and let me fall The ease of Charles Henderson oharged with swindling J B Burke of Beyle county out of a large amount of money in September was decided Saturday morning at Danville the verdict being one year iu the peniten- Â¬ tiary the lowest term The evidence for the prosecution was considered flimsy contradictory aud unsatisfacto Â¬ ry to uearly every one None of Hen dersoHx attorneys were iu the court reom when the verdict was rendered aud Henderson risieg from his seat May it please your Honor I said wM answer for my attorney I at k n me the Court te past sentence and send roe te prison immediately ee that lean begin serving my time out The husband of a woman in Shef field England having got oltofuork Â¬ a few months age went to Australia and on his wiy out made the acquaint Â¬ ance ef a wotnau who formed a great uttaehment te him Fidlug that he was already married she suggested that possibly his wife left at home would seM him to her and he jokingly asked her to write aud see She did write and the wife not only wrete that she was witting hut named her jiiu e 590 The figure was loo high ami after a little bargaining 2100 was ac pled The money was feut and it a document draun up in legal wi f riu setting forth that for the sum 11 named the wife relinquished all lulure claim toiler husband Tlih was sign Â¬ ed by the wife and sent back In Aus Â¬ that the tralia The latest report niau aud womau have sluce married 1 Only a small part of tho nutri- Â¬ Took long steps my chelld said you vont vear oml tive eloments of apples is expressed Solomon Isaacs your shoes uearly so quick Detroit with tho juice while by far tho greater part remains in the pomace Free Press Hence the latter if fresh and clean is The competition to the Western more valuable food for all farm ani- Â¬ Union moooHry has gone up And mals than the same bulk of apples by a pieture que coincidence so have Fresh aud eeah pomace has sufli cicnt nutritive valus to pay for drawing telegraph rates Philadelphia Pi ess quite a distance but Orchard and Now the bse e ball umuire takes a Garden advises care in using it for rest and the strong language applied feeding purposes aftur fermentation In any to him through the summer mouths is lias actually commenced case it is too good to be wasted and given to the opjioilioii candidate too offensive to the nostrils of people Boston Globe in the vicinity to be left to rot near Chairman Exali of the Texas Dem Â¬ dwelling houses ocratic committee is authority fur the A WORD ABOUT HOGS statement that his State enjoys the ir Given a Chance They Are ai Clean as solitary distinction of not having a Other Animals land boom Lucky Texas No panic The hog can probably endure as to fear Exchange much hardship as any of our domes- Â¬ ticated animals but is this any reason The Hotel Mail is responsible for thf why it should receive abuse or be sub- Â¬ statement that a certain tin town jected to hardship in any form Wc clerk never attends a Itinera because think not No ono of our animals his habitual smile is so fixed that he more promptly responds to kind treat- Â¬ couldnt look sorry if he tried ment and clean surroundings than the hog It is popularly considered filthy Youkers Statesman This arises from the fact that the hog The moment a man arises to an is usually confined to filthy quarters nounce that he is just as go d a man Is this the fault of tho hog or of tho as there is oh the earth thcofteiier he owner Why arc its quarters filthy slioutd be knocked down for being the They were clean when tho hog was biggest loafer for four counties arouud first put into them Was it tho nat- Â¬ Detroit Free Press ural filthinoss of the hog above other animals that mado his quarters filthy Stanley is waiting for the latest ad or was it owing to the narrow limits vices from America before proceeding in which it was confined What could into the heart of Africa Hecorrecllv it do in such qarlers bat make them judges that it would be indiscreet to fifthy True the hog likes to roll in mire in go further if he should really prove to the hot weather so does tlie cow like to be dead Chicago Herald stand in the running stream pond Geo W Cable the Novelist has been or mire in hot wetther The called to fill Dr Merediths place at hog will take to clean water if it cai the head of the Union Bible class of got it Both do this for tho same rea- Â¬ the Temple Boston at a salary of 10 son because of tho grateful coolness 001 per annum Thus it pays to be of the moisure and the fact that the portions of the animal organism under truly good Memphis Appeal water arc free from tho annoyance of It is a lonely day in yellow dogs life flies This hog like the bovine also likes to lie in tho cool shade Givo when uobody kieks him Puok both a fair chance to keep clean and Boulanger has been arrested Can they will do so Confine them in too It be that he was whistling his own narrow limits and they will got filthy Give equal chances and there is not march Harvard Lampoon much difference between tho two But President Grevy too has his Dan the custom is to crowd tho hog Into but unlike our President he has no narrow quarters aud compel it to re Â¬ main there Lacking human reason reason to be proud of him Tribune it may not do the best thing possible Barbed wire is not popular in Ken- Â¬ to keep clean in its confined home but tucky unless it is in the form of a in this respect it will not display much Boston Commercial Bui moro lack of reason and nog souse corksetew than its owner in not providing moro let 11 ample room and Letter nat-Â¬ See the corn curing hero comes ural facilities for keeping clean is the way iu whieh a traveling chiro Â¬ Givo the hog a clean bed with freo podist recently placarded a western locomotion and it will keep it clean Give it a wild field of clover to roam town and root in and it will kcop itself We suggest that when Panama clean lioalthy and thrifty Both tho Canal securities are quoted they should hog and the owner will be benefited be celled Insecurities Philadelphia by the comparatively wide range and tho succulent nitrogonous food avail Â¬ Inquirer able for the use of the hog A littlo De Lesseiw no v believes that the cornitoal and it will havo all it neods Panama oaual will be open by 1880 or aud bo as happy and respectable as lSfl he isut btire whioh Umaha well bred hogs should be It will put on muscle as well as fat and develop World a healthy moat for the food of the genus 0 do not complain of tho filtb VctMiscan be seen with the naked homo eye at present but it wont do to tell iness of tho hog and condemn it to Anthooy Cemstoek about It Pitts Â¬ wallow in uncloanliness untilyouhavo given it a decent chance to be a decent burg Post hog Fraohoal Farmer As between the cigarette atul the The Discipline of School grade crusting it is an open question whieh Is the more fatal Philadelphia It is ploasant to seo tho caro that is Inquirer now taken by our bast teachers to have their pupils conform to tho Several years ago the city of Lex Â¬ Bicctios of discipline Much depends ington seut an ngeut to New York to upon having all things in school done sell five refunding bonds of the Big decently and in order tho coming in Sandy railroad issue of 1853 In some the goiug out tho sitting down tho manner the bonds were lost and alter rising up Children with all thoir a fruitless search new ones were issued uatural impatience of resraint soon Recently the old IkhiJs amounting to come to relish and approve tho dis Â¬ cipline of a gentle and resolute 12600 turned up ami were presented teacher Every thoughtful parent for payment by the Adams Express will assent cordially to tho recent re Â¬ Company The Mayor has advised mark of Bishop Huntington that the City Council not to accept tbem tho whole apparatus of education believing there has beeu fraud nud from top to bottom fails unless i the Express Company propises to chastens and molds the mind to order briug suit ft r the auiouut iy methods N T Ledger for tho burial of tho dead They are dark and gloomy with only an occa- Â¬ sional ray of light from above Tho galleries havo two or mora stories all filled with tombs and form an in- Â¬ tricate net work or subterranean lo Small compartments labyrinth culi for tho reception of tho dead were cut out hko shelves in the per- Â¬ pendicular walls and rectangular chambers cubicula for families or They wcro distinguished martyr closed with a slab of marble or tile Tho more wealthy wern laid in sarÂ¬ cophagi The ceiling is flat some Â¬ Space was times slightly arched economized so as to leave room usual- Â¬ ly only for a singlo person tho aver Â¬ age width of the passago3 being two and one half feet This economy may bo traced to tho poverty of the early Christians and also to thoir strong senso of community in lfo and in death The littlo oratorios with altars and Episcopal choirs cut in tho tufa arc probably of later construction and could accommodate only a few per- Â¬ sons at a time They were suited for funeral sarvices and private devotions but not for public worship The furniture ol tho Catacombs is instructive and interesting but most of it has been removed to churches and museums and must bo studied outside Articles of ornament rings mirrors seals bracelets necklace buckles car picks tooth picks rare coins innumerable brooches or of lamps of clay terra cotta bronze oven of silver and ambor all sorts of tools and in tho caso of chil- Â¬ dren a variety of playthings were in- Â¬ closed with the dead Miny of these articles were carved with tho mono- Â¬ gram of Christ or with othor Christian Tho lamps In Jewish cem- Â¬ symbols eteries generally bear a picture of the golden caudlostick A groat number of flasks ami cups aro with or without ornamentation also found mostly outsido of the graves and fastened to tho grave lid These wcro formerly supposed to havo been receptacles for tears or from tho red dried sedincnt in them for But later tho blood of martyrs archaeologists consider thorn drink Â¬ tho used m vessels ing A super- Â¬ agapas and oblations stitious habit prevailed iu the fourth century although condemned by a council of Carthage 397 to give to tho dead the eucuarishc wine or to put a cup with the consecrated wine into tho grave Tho instruments of torture which the fertile imagination of credulous people had discovered and which were mado to provo that almost every Christian buried in the Caacoubs was a martyr aro simply implements of handicraft The instinct of naturo prompts tho bereaved to deposit in tho graves of their kindred and friends thoso things which wcro constantly nscd by thorn Tho idea prcvailcl also to a large extent that the future lifo was a continuation of the occupa- Â¬ tions and amusements of the present but free from sin and impcrfec ion On opening tlo grave tho skeleton frequently appears evou now very well preserve L sometimes in dazzling whiteness as covered witli a glisten- Â¬ ing glory but falls into dus at tho IoucIl Prof Fhiip Schaff in Century POMEROYS Practical PHILOSOPHY In Search of for Tho llitpplne44 aitl ConteuU A ROYAL SAVAGE The Ksldnce or Klus Otorsi tt Kulep of tho Tonbn Iland Wo called at Tongatuba tho princi- Â¬ pal island of tho Friendly or Tongan group aud learning that the King was then in residence determined to pay our respects to the celebrated old man of whom we had heard to many and such strange stories His house we found was a very nice looking two storied wooden building closo to the sea and stood ia a good si7ed com- Â¬ pound fenced in on all sides Passing through a handsome pair of cast irou gates we arrived at the mansion itself the veranda of which appeared to bo used as a coach house for there was proudly and snugly stored away tho royal buggy rather an anomalous sight for a palace and a strange posi- Â¬ tion for an equipage of state There were no signs of life about tho place and failing to wake any one by repeated knocks at the front door we decided to circumnavigato the estab- Â¬ lishment and did so finding it chill and lifeless everywhere till we camo to a row of cool houses and upon a carious sight There ju tho veranda of ono of them squatted an ancient and dusky person with only a scant cloth fastened about his waist and bending his head obediently before an old woman who was literally plastering it with lime As soon as tho curious pair becamo aware of our presenco the process in operation was arrested and pcrcciv inir this wo wero about to address them to explain our presence and ask a few questions when tho gentleman of tho limy head roared out something in a truly terrible voice and at the samo time a fine young Tongan very oily and three quarters nude camo rushing out from the iuterior toward us With much politeness and evident agitation he conducted us away from the veranda and back to the big house where in broken English backed up by much gesticulation he revealed to us the ap- Â¬ palling fact that we had trespassed upon tho privacy of no less a person thau his majesty tho King Having humbly apologized for our innocent intrusion and received a re assuring answer wc were ushered through tho window iuto a sort of drawing room a well furnis hod apart ment with a number of led velvet chairs set around a long mahogany table one chair a little higher than tho I rest acting no doubt as a throne Here wo waited for about half an hour when his majesty entered accompa Â¬ nied br an interpreter aud was graci- Â¬ ously pleased to accord us a formal in- terview Ho shook hands very plcas- ant v with our party and wc all sat down on tho red velvet chairs the in terprctcr squatting on the floor be- Â¬ tween The King seen at closer quarters was really a noble specimen of a semi savage standing quite six feet four inches of wonderfully well propor- Â¬ tioned and athletic build upright as a dart and moving grandly in spite of his advanced age London Globe HOW TO KEEP APPLES Some Valuable Advice Based on Practical Experience AwEeST Smith T above Secoud Professional Cards DS OFFICE Main street two door june22 tf KEHTUCKYCEHTRALR R LOCAL DIRECTORY LODGE DIRECTOKY TIME OF HOLDIM COL NT V J ARTE r URT Quarterly Con t January April Jjv aad the ffH iith M d y BLUB GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route FBOJt MASONIC J C MORGAN June 22 DD Sw Richmond Lodtfe No 25 meet and 4th Tuesday in escU wenth R C STOCKTON W D J Newlon-- Secretary 3H1 k Jnly month County Court UCU1W1 us CJauns 2rA V it TiMg or CITY COl p Mndh SSrOFFICE Mam street overKy son National Bank Richmond tf CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL-- POINTS DR J M POYNTZ BURGEON AND PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second strtet next U june22tf White Drug Store Richmond R A Chapter No 16 meets trd Tucsdav in each roMMb J SrEED SMITH H P V E Hay Secretary RICHMOND COMMAXDERY NO IO First Satorsfcty in rj mnr A COVXTY OFtlCkRk North East West and Southwest BKTWEEN County JjHJge I C Ch na County Clerk Thomas Th CewrtY Alteroejr J A Sulh Sheriff N B Dealherage JaWer G W EVANS M D SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN OFFICE Hecoud street june22tf Lexington and Cincinnati Schedule in Effect Jan 20th No 2 Ex Hua No 4 Regular meeting first Tuesday in each Coroner Alexander Norn month Visiting Sir Knights are courte Stirveyw B F Creole ousljr invited to attend Asoosoor Isihti Wr Mi Pliers Supt Pwblic School Mr J SPEED SMITH Eminent Commander MitBon D P Armer Recorder Madison Lodge No 1S3 at Kirksvilte meets Saturday evening before the fuH moon in every month W P PREWITT W M M Smith Secretary CITY Gewje V Maupm 1SS8 CityJsKlgeHC Rice Cfey AttMey A J Reed officers DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetover Dykes juiie22t Grocery Store BOUTII IJOUND Lve Covington bnlmuuth Le Cynlbliiniu Dally- - No 6 ExJStjn Cky Collector K A Bar City Cferi Wm G Wh f CITY POLICE D Feeney and Everett Bi v J J DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Ltixoiis Up Stairs Residence-- at Willis House June 22 tf Arr larls Jve Arr Arr Arr Arr Ie SGC03 An Lexington Offers ids professional services to the NORTH EOUND public Office in drug store on lower Main Julj27 ly Street Richmond Ky IJvlugslon Le Bcrra lve Arr Hlclunonil DR U- - C AMBROSE DR PHIL ROBERTS Winchester IMchtmmd laa caster Uianforil Richmond Arr Herea tonArr Livings Jarls le - am SZS pra zujo pm am 93S pm 338 pm a ra ZOC24 pra 430 pm Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston 1105 1140 am 1050 pra 510 pm meets Saturday evening bctore the Ml pm 1130 pm 610 pm 13 30 moon in every month 11 50 am 1055 pm 5o pet BALES W M J 1135 pra fcos pm 35 P pm 200 pm 720 T C Witt Secretary 510 pra 600 pro Waco Lodge No 3 jS at Waco meets 305 pm 4U1 Saturday in every month pm 320 W V RUCKER W M 5 45 pm 8y city eovxcit D Mitchell WadJ Stone Wa r Srcmd WardG W Ear- Third Wr Owen Mikt First Fourth Ward W Mayor Cij LSTICaW Or TNI PKACfcV PLACES anb times OF Hi ru Ct7RT MONTH W T Fieluer Secretary FgmHAKY MAY Jl No No John D Hamilton Lodge No 57S at Richmond District No 1 D P Union Citv meets 2nd 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PHYSICIAN AND SDKGEON f at Waco 2nd Siurdav MadUon Lodge No 4 I- - O O F Moore at Waco 3rd SUurJ MAYSVILLE BRANCH KY WHITE HALL meets every Monday night at Odd Felksws Oldham Constable N11 9 No II Hallon Alain Street Offers his professional services to the Yate District No 5 T Dolly Dully KORTII ISOUND WFFARLEY NG augi lyr public Kingston 4th Saturday L Ex Sou Ex Sun Secretary Frazee 3 1 No 5 NOVEMBEK - -- t v T DR T J FAIN Purrishx Iia mlttltf Offlce at Powell UNION CITY KY Offers hit profesioual services Aug 17 4 tt Lve Covington Lexington ran Arr Mtilerxbarg 7 35 OrlMe - Johnson Maysyllle SOUTH BOUND Lve MhjsvUIo JnhlwHl CarlMe Mltten bunr Arr la r Ik Lexington Covington No 1010 am 1045 am oi6 am 835 am 85a a m am tf MC J F Cornelisox Heath C0RNELIS0N HEATH Practicing Physicians Exfeun 555 am 630 am No 10 Dally -- KENTUCKY RICHMOND professional services to the offer their Ijiiiily public 748 am 815 a m 9C15 r2 am am am 1135 DR publie GILES HARRIS WACO KY ervlces to the Offers bis professional Lidi Dostroy ignorance and let progres Â¬ sion progress The greatest fod of all is ho who fools himself Every utterance creates sumo kind of an impression Drop your ba 1 habits and thoy can not lower yon Those who go for bjnia should not retreat from briars The man who doss not provide for his family - not its head Every lim- - you help a lay person you rob yours If and your family Loss argument ami moro w ork will mako any person hotter of Geuius beckons a man and if ho at temps to climb will help him How few aro thoso who really under Â¬ stand what tho mind is good for He who docs not engage in tho quarrels of others will havj few of his own Pi ayers without work and a nolo without a signature aro alike in value The sooner you cut looj from ono who deceives you tho better off you will be Tho world was never so full of op- Â¬ portunities for young man of good thoughts as now Tho moro willing you aro to let others enjoy thoir own think tho clearer will bo yours The sooner you begin training your own mind tho sooner you will havo a mind to train Those who oan not readily under- Â¬ stand sense aro generally tho most op- Â¬ posed to nonsonse You will learn more from reading good books and papers than by talk-Â¬ ing about your neighbors Young man cultivate j our gifts rather than the mouth of a bottle aud you will succeed bettor Happiness has no time to slay long with thoso who interfere with tho pri Â¬ vate affairs of others Taking interest from the poor and taking interest in the poor are invest- Â¬ lot ing for difforcnt results Fuimrogs These experiments wc think go to Advance Thought show what should be done to prescrvo the apple the best and most valuable NECESSARY TOOLS of all our fruits Yet we think a cool A Mendicant Whose Pltiablo Condition and moderately dry cellar with proper Aroused Genuine Sjupatlix attention will keep tho most of fruits I beg your pardoi said a nervous during winter in good condition and somewhat seedily drossed young Fitz in iV Y World man but can you do any thing to French Speaking Statesmen assist mc a littlo to day No sir 1 can not promptly re- Â¬ Many of the leading statesmen aro plied the business man I dont be Â¬ lieve in encouraging beggars sir good French scholars Edmunds reads You are able to work whats tho French easily Hoar has many French books in his library Allen G Thur matter been burned out roans amusements lio in the reading No sir Sickness in tho family nine chil Â¬ of French novels and John Shermans library is full of foreign books of dren to support finance and ho reads the French O no though he does not speak it Thnr Forest firo sufferer or Charleston man learned the FrcnchVatthesamo earthquake victim time he learned to snuff Itwas when Neither sir he was a boy A French professor No blind parents to support no who had a very pretty daughter asked property swept away by speculation Thurmans mother to tako charge of wasnt reduced in circumstances by a the giil and she did soon the condi- Â¬ broken bank eh tion that tho professor would givo O no nothing of the kind young Allen French lessons Prattling What is the trouble thenr was formerly a loader ot society with the maiden and taking lessons of I and havo been thrown by tho doath of tho professor he got a foundation in tho my father onto my own rosonrccs If language which is not surpassed by I could only get money enough togeth Â¬ that of any of our public men Tho old professor snuffed and tho bov er to buy mo a Hold on I understand broke In hegged pinches of the titillating powder tho business ma- - with emotion I between the sentences and thus ac- Â¬ didnt suppose your case was so badl quired tho habit which has stuck to You aro excusable in applying for him through life and which added to charity if any ono ever was Tin re his big nose and the gorgeous hand Â¬ tako that hi added after scratching kerchief which he uses to wipe it has with a pen a moment take It and given him the title of Knight of tho Chicago Eerald God blest you its an onler for a Red Bandana s spike tail coat and a high collar Pm Pumpkin Soap Peel and cut into always willing to assist a man in ob Â¬ small pieces three pounds of pumpkin taining tools to carry on his business put it in a saucepan with water enough JL Carrtdh in Chicago Tribunu F to cover it add a littlo salt let it boil s Deerskins are in demand among gently until soft drain and pass it glovomakors who find tho glove made through n fine colander put three of this material very popular just pints of milk into a stewpan and ihis Thoso skins when mado tip with it tho strained pumpkin let it uow look liko undressed kids but aro ex come to a boil add very little white sugar pepper aud salt to taste seive tremcly soft and pliable i- It is very important that fruit growei s should know moro about the means of keeping their fruits during winter The knowledge gained by experience on this subject is valuable and any who knows something orchardist gained in this way should not withhold it from those that aro interested Tho losses from ignorance and inattention can hardly bo estimated and orchard products are greatly damaged aud profits lessened by these causes Wc will briefly state what we know by experience on this subject Many years ago wc had a spring house dug in the side of a hill 10 feet by 10 and 10 feet deep and had it properly walled with stone and moilar This was a cool and useful place for many purposes with water pure and cooL In the early part of the next winter wo had a considerable lot of late winter apples Limbcrtwigs and Genets sorted barreled and placed on poles in this spring house Tho barrels wcro not opened until spring when they were found to bo in a mushy condition with not one sound apple in tho wholo lot The barrels wero emptied around and near tho house and from the seeds trees grow up bearing fruit somewhat similar to tho fruits above named These arc late keepers but of a quality inferior to tho original fruit More recently wo had dug near tho apex of a slaty hill an icehouse somo twelve or fourteen feet deep The same winter we filled it with ice but by mid- Â¬ summer the ice had disappeared in consequence of water rising and melt- Â¬ ing it The next fall we stored and covered a lot of apples on tho board floor abo e the ice room They rotted badly with a loss of about half Tho next summer wc had a drain dug that prevented tho rising of water on tho ice This was an improvement but still the ice docs not keep well Wo tried apples hero again They kept belter but still rotted considerably Not far from the icehouse is a log cabin on high dry soil set on the ground well cliinkcd and pointed board floor about ono foot from the ground with two small windows which were opened Our crop of lato winter occasionally apples was deposited aud spread on tho floor with some little straw beneath Will practice iu MudlMiu and adjoining As winter approached and before ex Â¬ counties ami In the Court or Apieal treme cold weather we added a fov Office In Master ConiniIsloHers leaves As lato as tho first of April office over Circuit Clerks office there was scarcely a rotten applo in the June 22 tf V itlmr ntlout fatei t Daily Except Sunday BAPTIST NOTE Tralns3 and 4 are Ualty between Winchester Lexington ami Cincinnati other Cane Spring Calvinist mt Saturday trains nre dally except Sunday SM DR Direct connection Is made at Winchester and Sunday Pat tor Rev Wiliarn Ru with Chesapeake and Ohio for 31 1 Sterling pard PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON V Va Aohlaml llnntliigtou Charleston Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and und Eastern Cities KENTUCKY FAST LINE No 3 and i run via Wln Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson RICHMOND Tour Attention i fruit to - f chci4erSolld Trains with Pullman Sleeping Gilead 4th Saturday and Sunday Pas- Â¬ euasras tLo atet i ie of t sr janly Cars tietwcen Cincinnati and Richmond Va Office 011 First Street tor Rev L P Johnson and Winchester ami Washington I C A Dictionary Through Tickets and Rjegage Checked to Hays Fork 3rd Sundav and preceding any destination reached bja railroad ejoBSalnlng Sf more vnrds nml r any Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribbfe For particulars M D agent fullthe Companyaddress orcallnu 1 H BtoKratioae thin any ottwrAaur of or Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday U MORSE SF II II RACON Pastor T L Lawson PHYSICIAN and SURGEON A Gazetteer of the Worid Oen Passr Act- Trav PassY Agt Brick Churchjth Saturday Kirksvillc Covington Ky Lexington Ky RICHMOND KY and Sunday Pastor Rev Preston Blake altoaaaaaTiUtitnioniiCnr tier FRCARRAgt OFFICE Second street next door to H K HUXTINGION Republican 1st Saturday and Sunday rcnyiIeNi jil Richmond Ky Geul Maimger Whiteo Diug Store and Sunday alter 4th Saturday Pastor General OUlces Covlngon Ky A Bfegraghicajjjicticnar Snecial attention given to Microscop Rev Preston Blake examinations of ical and Chemical Richmond ift and 3rd Saturdays and giTing pronnneMtion of ram a- - t-tissues aud fluids of the human body Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each ceBeerBiag marly inoc0 rel 1 nL- TarincjuUe girin Taluat lcf Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night Pastor Rev Dr Stewart supply AH in One Book PARRISH Richmond Predestinarion Services 2nd WebeWs Unabridged Dictionary ir- Saturdav and Sunday and 4th Sunday ed by tlie State SupvriQtendeois f S j Attorneys At Law Pastor Rev E II Burnam States aad by leading College Pr 3i - UBked StotM aod Canada It is anda-J I 1st Saturday and Sunday SiHer Creek RICHMOND KY thorlry with the Uaned States Si- Pastor Rev L P Johnson aad ia toe Government Printing i J Special attention given to abstracting beenseleeiediaeTerycaMhreA l - 1 Union3rd Saturday and following Sun- Â¬ bare tees made for ScIkoI- - an titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky i day Pastor Rev J I Wills ary apoa which Hearty all the tzLol c SE -- a Office in Climax building Beautifully Illustrated 25cfsS3aYear Viney Fork 2nd Saturday and Sunday Comer Main and ekcond StreeU up Paftor Rev J I Wills June 22 tf stairs Get the Latest and Best 6COPE ITSprfrtnc toTHK AMERICAN DdMAOAZtXK Waco United rWea ctioaI topic hi bestcoe nd day Pastor Rev 2nd Saturday and Sun- It is an iaTaJoaWe companion m er Undird Proton Blake it hWatar ni rt r rf tbt BURNAM aad at ery Firnl Soeciaei r r F Armaj American irrittr All It pcr vitb a wid Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ rarioty ol into etUnff iktchMof irelanaiTnt teMlmoaials irpaid on ar r co intaof vices 3rd Saturday und following Sunday Published by G feat MEHHIAM CO decrtitnt tonal and bort alriM women C oarfaraarjironatmnen and bnef eiMja on SpriagnoW Macs C S JL in each month at 1 1 oclock A M anJ ane foremost problem of tba panod aadtia aaorW thia Mcarmeis RICHMOND KENTUCKY also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor Distinctively Representative of Elder M Campbell A R Ihn F OFFICE with American Thought and Progress on Fiit Street June 22 It iiam CATHOLIC Is acknowtdgad br to it Mt popular and tba pri aad rabic ike b tho co - alica cntcrtalalaa of Richmond Service 1st and 3rd Suncluaa monthlies ir- i- Pastor Rev Father days 10 A M J A SULLIVAN 1 s a 1 S 7 iatf h Haley im RimieaH ur iaiTUM11 Illustrated Irfmlam IWi mo ft Kprclul In EelantMsss anl DISCIPLES OF CHRIST A dnmnia la Caia or br nlublea rrrmlnmt mm- ns1 to Cliitt ICalaera will Fek ant receipt of 4 1 RICHMOND KENTUCKY Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding paper la mentioned ISct If v 111 aturday Pastor Elder J C Walden HHKKKOUi OFFICE on Firt street same ne Judge E3 RraponalUIe and energetic persons formerly occupied by Count 5th Sunday PastorEld J W Harding wanted to aallelt ub o fpSlons Writ at m 16 Iy Miller Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ once Tor exclualve lenltory v m rwH 34 11 ten 11 day Pjtor Elder Colier AfifiBESS in 11 it w 17 17H1 MSMl S3S Kirksvillc 2m Sunday and preceding THE AKSBICAN HAGAEI2TB CO i4- - J SCOTT Saturday Pastor Elder Jo- - eph Ballew id I J 749 Broadway New York Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sundays and artwmm Kn i WMI7 nifij- aa preceding Saturdays Sabbath school to A M Pastor Elder B C Ilagerman RICHMOND KY i fij --571 81 a 11ti wu ui 11 9 n 41 Mt Ziqn 1st and 3rd Sundavs and 1 7 Otllce 011 Second Htreet juie 22 tf BPII Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor n ai zi Jl 3JlIs Reynolds Elder L H 1 Jut t 3194 3 Richmond S CS Services eery Sunday M UKU14HSS loll U Sunday school at 950 A M Prater Hi r Ji jtt Z meeting Wednesday evening Pastor V Prof C P Williamson RICHMOND KY Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur Office on Second Street June 22 if day lastor White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor A Elder L II Reynolds --- 15 leaves Lexington 800 p rives Paris 842 p m No 8 leaves Covington 450 p m arrives Falmouth 650 p m No 7 leaves Falmouth 600 a m arrives Covington Soo a m Â¬ Â¬ George Young Constable 4 35 Glade District No 6 Jame M 520 at Berea 3rd Saturday Joh 5 47 kway at Whites Station t t 611 7 05 R G Ballard Constable 740 KirlsviUe District No 7 J V v Kirksville 2nd No 12 Richmond Uniform Desre Camp No at at KirkhviHe Sturdi Dally Ray Ex bun 3 meets second Thursday in each month Fowler Constable 3rd Satud atUua fellows nan I Pooey District No S J R A BARLOW Captain 1250 pm at Cottons Store 3rd Mondai v pm L T Frazee Clerk r5 Chandler at Reagans Store 3r i r 219 pm 3 43 Pm S D Carpenter Cormtabl KNIGHTS OF HONOR pra w Million Ditrict No 9 J M I 610 pm Amity Lodge No 515 K of H meets 00 pm A Stanos Store trd Tuesday everly Friday eening in Odd Fellows Ku t If UaIomiii nail at 7 o ctocic m ar lames A Harvey CoostalVe W B BENNY Dictator James Tevis Reporter 300 pm LJ Maupin at Speedwell 2nd U Boone Encampment N040 meeto every pm pm first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows Pm Hall on Main Street Richmond Kv pm W D ALVERSON C P pm L J Frazee Scribe pm I I CHURCH DIRECTORY WEBST--- 3 jau4tf lz LETCHER W BRIGHT THE TURNER AMERICAN AAGAZINE -t- -- 1 -- Attorney at Xaw7 ET Â¬ Attorney at Law T po RTANTsbpreir BS3 i 1 i i- t 7iu -- Attorney at Xxaw Sil wi5 ti I uj aii Attorney at Eaaw J REED POWELL ia33i bS3Sl luim J Attorney at Lava- CtALT - HOUSE KY EPISCOPAL Richmond Protestant Services every Sunday morning and cening and on Pastor Rev W Y Friday eening Sheppard LOUISVILLE REAX J ESTATE AND Asciit Ths FoTralr Tlnn yintnrno- - Cincinnati Tk Eatlrt Indianapolis nnd INSURANCE SPEED SMITH Hells J Tnlu ICI THIOCCH ITitlut Osart Pullman Sloeploy Cars andBlegantRa dining- Chair Cots on Xight Trains Magnificent Parlor Cars on Say Trains BXTWEEN CHICAG 6 X LAFAYETTE RICHMOND KY rents or exchange all kinds of Real Estate 011 reasonable terms and represents firft class Fire and Life InÂ¬ Cincinnati ftand St Blr Foris Lou Ti tie C St L Balhrir rtallman Ballet Sleeping Cars rullman Heclinlnjp Chair Car New Fim Class Coaches Second Clata Coacbes and Baggage Cars alt run through Tulhoat change between Cincinnati and SULoiia surance Companies Office iu Covlngtou Clothing Store june22 tf CHAS SPOWELL I ad TiadtUs Uae C Mitchells Elegant Reclining Chair Cars The Largest and Finest II in tho city Centenary M E 1st Sunday morning and 4th Sunday morn- Â¬ night Praj er meeting every aling and to 4 Per Day ternate Wednesday night Sunday school eery Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F According to roonGnder M E South 2nd Sun- Â¬ College Hill Turkish and Jtu8ian UaT day morning and night Prsw er meeting every alternate Wednesday night Sun- Â¬ Ilotel Pas- Â¬ day school every Sunday morrSng oct26 Iy tor Rev D P Ware Kiksville Pastor Rev S W Peeptes Providence ist and 3d Sunday morning Pastor Rev J A Henderson Sou tin Richmond Sunday school 930 T J Scott Superintendent Services every 2nd and 4th Sunday mornings at 11 A Mand every Sunday night at 7 P FIELD M Pastor Rev I A Henderson METHODIST College Hill Â¬ Rates25o - f Â¬ -- H Hi HiTSJ GRASS AND m Largest ami nmt romnlete t PRESBYTERIAN mtnil Konltu Vv Diir mrlii E Bethel Meeting House 2nd and 5th C 1 St 1 ft C tad r B A W Short Tln Goods and Lowest Consistent Fr ces Sundays P CARROLL Fornians Chapel 4th Sunday Commodious Reclining Chair Cars - Kirksville 77 and 79 V Mail s and 3rd Sundays Pastor Lexixoiun Kt Jan 1 1 iy Iadimpoli FeoriIlfc aad gestae Irca RevWm Crow Richmond First Services every Sun- Â¬ Via SHELDON day Prayer meeting Wednesday nights C I St Iu ft C tad T P ft W B Bdi Richmond Second Services 11 A M ltChJeairo8tIOBlt aad Teerla close and in Bediatt caBBtrtloBi are stad with all Lines to and 3 P M Pastor Rev Hamilton We represent the following Insurance and from the Korthwut TTf st and Socthwtit Siher Creek Chapel ist and 3rd Sun- Â¬ TiroBfli TUtiti tad itrpri iecti U ill rrfcdf al rtati Companies and solicit your patronage days I t Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St L rrwK ruotn aver vn unitca Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 1030 A C RV also via this lice at all Cocpon Ticket for rent Apply to Guardian of LondonAssets 2 5603323 00 M and 4 P M Sunday school 3 P M Offices Ihrtmghout the country jan-u-lWG1VIII Queen of Li erpool 1365325000 Pastor Rev L II Blanton D D JOHN ECANOcalPsiiandTktigent German of Freeport 316611400 CIKCDriraTIQ Commercial Union of l Rewarded are tho u 8febly 1 1701193 00 i London tMttaod then a I Firemans Fund of Cal - en 2048842 00 MADISON COUNTY DIUEGIORY anA Imaorablthat wilt Botulto t tlielr Irawas aa4 rnmlliei The r rjt- I r Total Fund CIRCUIT COURT HSWt nindeond are bov ihcIhz aeraa An Excellent Eonte dollars a month lib wwy tor Judge J R Morton JpSfPowells office on Second Rtrect rta ru Tourists DDstness xaen tetllers and others make 5 ami Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brors tins 10 uorb miwanh J desiring to reach any place I u Central or North Â¬ and Formans at Bonanza Roller Mills ywix Btlhr E u ern Montana Dakota Minnesota or Pnget ton not nettled we start tal dec 28 iy Powell Foxman new No fprtl sMttty riU Sound and Pacific Uoast points should lnTestl Master Commissioner J R Burnam cate regarding the rates aud advantages ottered render enn dn It aswcU aa nj j Clerk W H Miller to Baatoaee far toll piiK oiar by this route A rale from Chicago or Bt Paul to Puget Sound or PadSc Coast points f COOlower mail free Address iHIbkob TIME OF HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT i Maine taanviafuiy omer uue is Kuranieea Accom- Go moda tlom STpaul Monday in March and Seotem- Third clam Drst MINNEAPOLIS Hea Wondr exist In tannic Helen Great bcr are Mirpasjf FalU ana DEEP lorms bat lnTeniioii i COMMON PLEAS COUlT JTort TiilB inurveti or The Bond issued in payment of sub- ton are IB BAILWAX d of etr0Url Judge T J Scott scription of Mad Won county to LouUville tana Watertonm Aberdeen laknitla Fnrt eaabedene while HviTKt honw s r OBeeend iBoiradilreNHIitHalKi anr4 nTflcHvtll Bolord aud Bottineau Dakota are a lew ot ths TaI oast Master Commisioner S E Scott PSlrn4rt Atm tn a bUlUtJ AHasaasu uut tawi jiMmo Hiwi Treeire iree i ri principal poin ts reached via recent extensions ot Clerk W H Miller April July and October 1S87 and 18SS U n how either t 3 of all gf this road Foe jnps or other information ad Â¬ from A tot3perdHv amlup a a r dress C H Walutcy General Passencer Agent TIME OF HOLDING COMMON PEAS COURT tliey Mve Yoo w fn e 3r 6L Paul JUnuor II E TupperJIst Passessjer National Bank Richmond Ky First Monday in January Agent 23J Sooth dark St Chlcaco Monday reeHlred Soma kv nie vi iaJuSledayatthtoworb AUsuccteti C D CHENAULT Com tf Sena tor new asp o Xorthirtst in June and 3rd Monday in October nov JO Iy GEO Y FORMAN POWBLLFORMAN Cincinnati and Peoria HI TIA TJII Fire Imrance lt OUce fer Bent -1 l sr Madison Bids iw Â¬ mmiim nifon L jt stnl 11 iii aftvv Miii5w tk r -