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KJfr ggywwy-Tp-- sjr ityiijifmrm IS tgMMffH u piifr-1prc- - siwv t 7 fwegpjitgir i t saw 3 A c cf lr rcf a nB 5trgt wsjyuiJ ST Wz v -r-- StJ1 J ii t -- tS3 r r WS35rSs 7 i - f siegeiF cr 7 i3ii- - 1 WJ TOLTJME 1 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 1888 TJ ress NUMBER 42 ovelties and New Goods in everv department cause all who visit the Every fine we carry is complete and prices NEVER WERE SO LOW FOR to utter exclamation of surprise and pleasure e CASH AS THEY NOW ARE We have undoubtedly the prettiest Hne of Saltecn ever brought to this city and every and price from the cheapest American to the finest French S itteens can be found in this Stock Our Eastern importation of BUSY BEE CASH STORE V AMOUICE SHAT TEEIE GOODS ARE WtaiisWffi Wis Bo 3 n is sold NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION The public is cordially invited to call and examine these goods and learn prices iJfc WSh AGENTS WANTED DEUIDEKE ILLS ffl t I TH EIR READY MADE CLOTHING from an Overcoat to n Necktie Eat men and thin men need not fear thac they cannot be pleased The EUrHEDQE S with tho guarantee of leing the BEST Ihat can ba MADE consists of the latest patterns and best materials Men Youths and Boys of all sizes can be furnished with- - every thing in the Clothing and Furnishing goods line ELDREDGE MANUFACTURING CO Feb- - 2 6m Thousands of dollars worth of and we earnestly askinevery ladv to examine this stock before buying elsewhere as you will certainly save money by to doing We lead She market chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than Oil Cloths Rugs Lace Curtains Curtain Poles Trunks Valises c all other diseases combined But the Carpsts discovery of a remedy that posithvly tSTWe CAN SAVE YOU FROM TWENTY FIVE CENTS TO ONE DOLLAR on every pair of Mens LaJies ad aires it has been made and to be con Childrens Shoes you buy from us vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guarProprietors Busy Bee Cash Store anteed If after using two thirds of Jun22tf 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 GL WILLIS STOCKTON Â¬ Â¬ wn JWwa ug 24 are marvels of Beauty and Style that can not be excelled BEST BRANDS of CALICOES such as Manchester Merrimact Cochega Hamilton Pacific Etc All five cents per yard and new spring styles We have jut received a full and complete stock of MEFS BOYS YOUTHS and CHILDRENS CLOTHING RAMSEY OLDHAM THE CORNER SADDLERY i ASK FOR THE P C Remedy A Delightful Stock of Hats Library Lamps Ii the the Hat Every kind and style of from finest silk to cheapest felt ly H AKTD Bo SilYer PlatBQ ShirtsNoin Profusion and a better stock of Variety Great shirts house in Central Kentucky carries A tees ill Forte Call your attention to their commodious and elegant house Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky corner of CUTHERSON LEXINGTON KY i LEY They can not be surpassed in style or workmanship at STOCKTON There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance and the quality of the goods they ofler is in keeping with the house They haye the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles made in their shop of the best materials They have sep2S WILLIS Agents For Mmli m Cetmty ly SPLENDID LINE OF NECKWEAR THE PRICES WE QUOTE ufacture Very best material employed in their man- Â¬ Every Style and Variety of Harness Â¬ MERCHANT A T AILORING Mitchell to compete with TOU TZSTTlLnT if you see them IrK cant help because you Yon XE3E3M it FIRST CLASS CUTTER of years of experience and a competent corps of tailors Tley Are Precisely together with a LARGE AIB CHOICE STOC5K OP SUITINGS AISB TTOUSERIZffG S in both Foreign and Domestic Goods enables Covington all houses everywhere Glass- Â¬ Our stock ware and especially our Decorated Din- Â¬ ner and Tea Sets is full and attractive IMl and fant of Queens ware also Canned mTin Their home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted stock of Buggy Robes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as elegance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber riding whips of cowhide wagon whips Buggy whips of whalebone General Passenger A sent 8t Pant MiaL of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in variety Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups Minnesota Leads Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and strong With her took dairy the World and grain pro tact made shop made and city 2000000 ftiw fine timber faming and gnu lands adjacent to railroad for sale cheap oa Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse boots easy terns For maps prices rates etButtress j wojTOHr uaa 4MnWUBW0D0T oc toe weights girts brushes curry combs snunges c v a w anwn i eiienu n PSfteBBftr AaMkt Jfc ft A full line of collars liames trace chains back bands hame strings iNfTOBA -4V UUUa J plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners Where Are You Going WbtadoyouMart Wbirefrem How near hi your party T What aatoont of freight or baggugs hava youT What ro ite k you pnfer Upoa receipt ot vi answer to the above qn aa tiosa you will be tunuahi free ot exftesfle with the lowest B ahoA111mips time ft abla Inform III fnationwMeJt wiH save trouble time and money Agents will caR ia person wbere nwesary Parties not ready to answer above quest ion sbou d art oat and preserro this notice for future reference H may beconts u ul Address C H WiB ait - - Cm m COVINGTON TM MITCHELL feb8 ly and other Staple Groceries Goods June22 tf COFFEES SUGARS TEAS I S3 BEST GKADES OP TURFMEN CAX FIND ANY THING IN THEIR LINE Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed saddlery and harness house -Remember the place Ilerndons Corner Main and Second House And Lot For Sale Streets Lackey Salesman G C FRABXCIS links together and with solder the union is perfect Th b iit used is a t mulhv cut fron h nil Each link is attached to the b i bv 10 twine and an attraetiv bait is offered with honks part lit ly roacnahd anil an invis-Â¬ ible snood This tackling possesses great strength for sharks nine feet in length have been raptured with tho rig Jacksonville Flu News Herald W C GOEMLEY jann-i- - CO House ami Lot mi Es4Hi A vewe Ah Ie ApvJy to A C Ctowers w Vf G White at Drug Store jui25tf aiul no breHlifit or dinner is thought to be complete without them There is no reason why ihey bImhiUI mitbe on the table f fanners They aru very easy and they oonribute much tc to rai a niv of tho table th A paragus is a cheap luxury that the majority of farmers deprive themselves j of Rhubarb or pie plant is another and celerv is a third Their consump tinn in cities has increased greatly during the past few years and they should be lu general use in the country The Concord grape can b- - raised as far north as most kind of apples will ripen and is very desirable for the breakfast table A varioty of condi Let- Â¬ mont3 can be raised by farmers tuce peppers nasturtium cress pars- Â¬ ley sage summer savory and thyme should bo raised In the garden of every farmer A bed of water cress on the bank of a stream the margin of a pond or the side of a spring will fur Â¬ nish one of the most desired condiments during half the year As a relish for eating with meat or with bread or but- Â¬ ter it has no superior Sweet potatoes are much more easilv raised than most farmers suppose ami enough to supply the wants of a familv can be produced on asqnaro rod of rich oll The best substitute for them is the HuBbard squash baked on the half shell The cooking of meat in farm houses could be greatly improved by substi- Â¬ tuting the broiling iron for the frying pan It could also be improved by cooking it a shorter time Fiue beef is ruined by too much cooking Its flavor is destroyed and its digestibility les- Â¬ sened if it is cooked till all its juices The majority of the are destroyed country people seem to think that beef should bo baked or fried in the same manner thnt fish arc They never learn to eat raw beef Frying moat and fish is much mire common iu the country than in cities probably for th reason that the soft coal cooking stov is in General use It offers no good place for the brollintf Tron while the fuol used makes no suitable coals The best fuel for broiling is charcoal which farmers in many part of the country obtain at a reasonable rate or can pre- Â¬ pare themselves IU value in domes- Â¬ tic economy is not appreciated ia moat parts of our country as ills abroad Chirxigo Times A Very Natural announcement conveying fearful in Â¬ SCIENCE ANO INDUSTRY THE GREAT TARPON MHT KIS MATCH ODD EXPRESSIONS telligence to tho gallant tars who fre Something tj 111111 eriraeiit3 hvc shown A Ilek Astit Inrii4 n Ita lroad Office quent this iwrt Sailors vitals cooked t A riorldi Fnrtmn TVUOTeti An Amun Collfdlon tr Verbal llnlls and Atxjui Ti 0iny Hni4 i Wertl 1 pilUrs remain nearly tip ISltimlrre here t hi tarpon Is As a drcssexl A rather hot ad sustain Ujr loud in verybeml a larg- bookshabbily bU arm mau Tith Curious ways of expressing ideas ia A boarding house keeper announces and hs raultcr feats must lcunequalled aerial seen to be inserted under vhile thH of wrought irtm English may be expected from foreign Â¬ in one of the newspapers that he has a On one occasion my a bis a e into tha oriSci through which ers as for iiintnncc when the French- Â¬ cottago to let containing eight rooms appreciattd degewt xsto U valueless subi Â¬ milrnad tickets at the Union Depot at man wm paid a call in this country and an aero of land A dealer in choap friend G and a companion were rowDOitiTS ing through Salt river a tributary of are sold en tree gnm is an exwlatieit Austin and was about to be introduced to a shoos was equally ambiguous when ho the Iloniosassal in a sixteen foot White- Â¬ asked Pete What can J do for you a ire --J of that name and occurs 0 Ah ze ladies Zen I counseled in one of his advertisements family said hall boar A tarpon was sunning him Â¬ nv ntl lump With water ia Lattitre Uie genial ticket agent vould before if you please ish to pur-Â¬ Lidics wishing these cheap eloos will self in tho grass and being disturbed Ii it is only p u ttaily IIow much does a ticket to Diltas ify mine hands and to sweep miuo do well to call soon as they will not luble it made for deep water Finding the f ia a thick mueilase This is Hot cost TIv3 svw mtv ba said of j Waler shallow and th boat in the way hair astloag diHars ami fifty cents Seen This h tcl will be kept he endeavored to cloar it at an angle But tho various nationalities of the the following 3 di miniercUHy Wei Ive got all but the seven dol- Â¬ British islos arc sometimes not a whit by the wilow of th3 former landlord E ociricity on nulroasis will surely Tho head of the fish cano into contact - be long in eomiag We are at the lars behind in verlul hulls and blunders and who died last summer on a new and with the side of Gs companion which harJly enough vc J greater change than we hare Thats in what niaj- generally be described as improved pi in deflected him from his course and he Look liere ny friend Tm a booh odd ways of putting thing seen The New York street ear It is said A Scottish blacksmith boing asked passed under one of the boat seats A c 1 an experimetttiug wltfc a prowte agont and I got roped into a little that when Constables aunt was dying the meaning of matnphvsic replied pocket knifo was used to scttlo his t i aiacdiate action Julien game of poker ami want to get out of the good doaf old lady said The Anne When the pirtv wha lirtons disna ken hash but it would not penetrate the a at preet meets with most town Niw if I srfjy here Ill have to if 1 should be spared to bo taken away what the party wha spoaks disna ken ivory lke armor of the fish Oars were r In trope elMjtrie lines are a drum and Tin a terror Ive talked I hope my nephew will get the doctor what ho means himsel thats ruota used to dispatch the prisoner but it lots of people i ito the lunatic asyliiw to open my head and sen if any thing phcosies - iJ d success on a small seale was found that if ho were interfered An important to You dont want me to talk you silly can be done for mt hearing asftouBrement Perhaps as odd a way of putting with the boat would suffer from the do you -- zi-ti is tile recent synthesis of A Scotch publican wa complaining things as any of tho foregoing exam Â¬ vigorous blows of his head and tail G S ippose you try i or rrap Hgir ly Drs of his servant maid that she could never ples was furnished by a little Parisian seated himelf in the stern and his com In the interest of the psople of be found when required F a and Tafel at the Uiversity of Shell gang mendicant who foHowing a gentlr panipn iu the bow and fur the timo the IVurz ur A remarkaMe attribute of Austin vou want to help me leavp this oot o the house tnonty ninn said said he Monsieur give mo just fish was awarded the post of honor un- Â¬ here a week will times for once artificial imxluct i that nnlike town My staying shell come in molested When peace was Jeclarcd a ponny Fm an orphan by birth uars of the same composition retard its growth ten 3ear A Welsh landlord who for ome time The deGnition was worth ten centimes the gentlemen resumol their oars but vealiy a biok agent had So you are - nil cot rotate a beam of polarised the one who deflected tho silver king in been annoyed by an obstroperous to her London Spectator What book are you sellinj a his course found that he could not guest walked aero1- - Iho room to him Mace the first appearanee of the NEVER HEARD OF EM A galvaniued smile spread over the and striking tho table iwth his fist paddle his own canoe for several of Zr i red spot on the planet Jupiter mans face like a lot of butler on a shouted very volubly G rowed the You haf kick A Farmers Sad Rxprrlenco In n Detroit his ribs were fractured m nine jears ago Mr W F Den- - hot batter cake aad in a sing song llarnr hhop boat to Jones L inding on tho Homo up a row all day ere to night We was the well knowR lgtkh astron- - voiee he remarked Theres yer old robe exclaimed a sassa and the tarpon was weighed not intorfere with you do we Efery rr has made about three hundred I am oftering the public in seven Â¬ man here mind his own piziness yes farmer as he entered a Michigan tipping the scales at 153 pounds The rv itions of the phenomsnon lie teen volumes D ILimbleoees Ob- Â¬ by Jink no avenue harness store yesterday and above statement is not in tho least ex Â¬ a bok tliat ri s the red spot to be a feature of servations in Pibntiaa aggerated mixed who flung down a goat skin The beggar Jos atmasplMre and Hot of the should be id every huosehol I a book thus accosted awas verbally Sir would I havent lost my robe replied the Among other instances cited ono in pissesr by s rf u of tiie planet that not only contains the views of the you please give mo a little money to dealer which tho captain of the Water Lily It till scents to be an unsettled earned savant on what he taw in the buy a bit of bread for Im so dreadfully Ho I reckon not but I have Tvo suffered is remarkable The captain uestoTi Hltether wod can be ignited Holy Land but numerous speculations was seated on a chair in the center of thirsty that I dont know where I am to been flim flammed bunkoed and ly the heat of steam pipe in contact and theories about what he did not see get a nights lodging out of seven dollars the forward deck with his back to the w h it and somebody has got to make it pilot house on tho steamer while en It is AimiUtd theoretically altogether forming a complete library The same may lie said of a country 1 it is impoMMe for wood to take of deep research pure theology and yokel who went to the menagerie to right route from Jacksonville to Maysport Cre rt a temperatm e of SIS degrees or 1 am uot selling this My friend what is tho matter ehate imagery As the boat was passing St Johns examine tho wild beasts Several gen- Â¬ Jnl what higher but it k well known incomparable encyclopedia but am tleman expressed lite opinion that tho anxiously asked the dealer bluff a frisky tarpon leaped from the tL t there hare beeu a large number Look at that robe Fur all comirii water cleared the guards and landed iving it away at a rhWcnlously low orange outang was a lower ordor of the jf c ises of fire reported as oeeuring figure human speeios llotlc did not like out by the handful I boiighf ithure a in the captains lap The captain was frj n this cause and the eridenee is knocked over by the shock but the The agent paused He expected that this idea and striding up t the gentle Â¬ j car ago only a year vcrycflictiag But the moths have been at work briny vanltcr was secured weighing the ticket ajeat would be boced but he man expressed his oonteuipt for it in Aerding to Besuier leprosy is was aot Oa the contrary be seemed these words Pooh hes no inoro of on it Its entirely ruined sixty eight pounds J eil nrtpiJIy Sinee the extension to be amused ami pleAsed The capture- Si a arponwith a hook Jist what I said Seven big dollars the human species than I be jf the Freneh colonial possesions sol and line is a difficult undertaking please Hadnt you better give mo a ticket Mamnia is that a spoiled child 1 crs s iilors trailers and missionaries instead of having mi talk you tn But you let tho moths get in last Every summer ma y are hooked but asked a little boy on seeing a negro tare failen victim tn it in large Bum deathf summer I am not responsible for tho few are landed I have badfpa many babv for the first time brs Bsnier therefore exhorts phys- Why man alive writes Dr Kenworthy TtiWr me tn death occasions damage An amusing announce mont was issued I fell these lish seize my bait and run witb What moths M n all eountries to stady theooun---- I like to hear it Say that over They by a corn oulter from Leige a -s in order to Ind means of Say it over queried the bewildered extarct the corns vidout the litest pain Why the insect which destroys futa 1 lightning like rapidity for- - twenty or a ng its raragw ftr it has active book agent hundred yards then leap into the air Cut nnles deformed vitch spreds ia tho and clothing r s of iafesttoa in evety part of the Never heard of em Seven doH anu snaKB uieir ilea it 11 no a terrier Yes I was a book agent myself be Â¬ lleisch by a new mothode vidout pain 5h shaking a rat and expel the bait Tho lars please fore I went into the railroad business The spokes French Anglish Italien An electriem beating store in- - and what you is music to me It Spanitcii Portogeese Dutch and Gar I shant pay it You ought to have colored gontry have learned by ex-Â¬ 17 ia France presenU some intcr- - calls back hallowed memories of the man vid equal fluency and rites dem known enough to pack it awaj and perience never to iutorfore with a tar- Â¬ and past and makes me want to 30 on the of arrangemewt pon whie in his playful moods for one moths out lonts bridge in Georgia is the fol- Â¬ keep the Over a f In it the c ondnodng wire road again Why man alive I could What do 1 know of insects or ninths of their number while fishing in Trout this person - 4 through aperta es in plates of lisMi to you all day I wouldnt have lowing Any pace driving over walk I say shouted the farmer Giramo creek a few years ao had ths sinker faster than a ctury clay and plumbago d in you leave AaUn for any tiling Come bridge in a thrown at his head by a fristy member shall if a white man be fined five dol them seven dollars or therell be x of the familr The ibn had taken the w i h wine bobbins are placed as part around everyday and we will swap ex-Â¬ lars and if a negro receive twenty five cvelone here c th clectrie eireuit To carry out periences Two workmen camo in from the shon bait and pished off only a fow rods lashes half the penalty to be bestowed is plan the bobbins are heated by the and linlnad nut him out and he went when ho vaulted into the air and throw The book agent eloso I his book with on tho infonror fossage of the crruut and in turn across tho street sat down on a boi the bait sinker an 1 all clear into the and faded away like a beauti- Â¬ n at ths air whcii is allowed to pass a bang In a small town near Avignon the dream in the direction of i saloou houses lu the suburbs became flooded and flung tho robe over his shoulders tho boat striking the man on his hoad ful fclv thrHivh tw 9unarftfita and when any ono stopped to ask what He never attempted tho experiment where they set out free luuch He hac s leutUts arj asid to tell why met his match for once Texas Stfl up to the level of tho first floor An was wrong ho replied again enterprising resident distributed among The Me writer continues in this a iat ha be n densely shaded or ingt Sold mc this Feller over there his neighbors the following cards JL ere Took seven big dollars ouU r me strain to g ve his evp vienees and final ti d froii the sun by piles of luni- Out of tho Swim is Brochet professor of swimming a c- nple description of a liiak wik1 stoie or any thing Moths got in Want my monev back i Jy gi prepared to givo lessons at the pupils He r f r a fe c iri always beco Jies wont pay Waiting for him to barbarous and wis u n inhko rig for YoongMr Waldo of Boston Art residence The professor may be r than i tj iceut 1 uid that has not you goiRS tat soeieiy very much Uik come out If yon see a big cloud of the capture of hi- - noble fish He Ubes said to have taken fortune at the flood snow hovering in the air -- round here rnthaa tliiie or prtcied It is season Miss Bre3t ire and makes three j drs six A shop cxMbita a card warning purty soon dont git oxcitcd Its ien in oh 03 long an I tiree or f mr inches in Vni that a gieal number of facts Very lit Breexy of C3iic t t itp bjen etillejted showing thas there tlfUiMr Waldo My health is so f w every body against unscrupulous per Â¬ him Tin on top Detroit Free Pi tss length H solders the j dnts tins them to uroroiit rust an I itciches a brass doabt f enrichment of land fri liljust that our Jamil t phvsieiaa sons who infringe our title to deceiveÂ¬ We are afraid the shop It is said that ivhibky is being ma lo swivel two and a Ii if inches in length 1ijtectf i fnoi the sun for any has clii me againt undue exiitn the public Anj clothes observer Two hooks are sol lored in ca h liik say quite wh it ho mean from old rags lerabU p r k1 of time bat that ment An occasional nve o cioeK tea man does aIMj two lines of h any more than the proprietor of n eating- will remember instances where whisk has 3cplaaatkauf the phenomenon Hi arj printed of bwakfafrt is the onliv social -house near the docks on the door has made rags Yonkers Statesman yhwi completed Plenty of fine copper -- c bMn ewfA lu JT K SdisrfpaUon I iadulge J I lylcs is usejj which may uo reau tuo lottowmjr ia wrarmlu yio lioojjs aud 1 -- HELPS TO GOOD LIVING Choap lnxnrlrs or llhlcli the- Slsjorlly ol farmers DeprlTe Thcmselrr The bill of fire in nioU farnihowes Â¬ W B WHITE ANNODNlES TO THE TRADE thai be has a large and well 6eleeed line of f rj t- 1 1 1 Po io te rel i - nt might be greatly improved without incurring any additional cxponsc The great trouble with it is its uniformity Not only are the same kinds of food served during several months in each yoar but they are hrdinarily cooked in the same manner People living on THEY NEVR DECLINE farms become tired of kinds of food Womtn Viho ava evrr I5n Knotrn tc that rank as luxuries in largo towns Keru4e 1111 livlditliifu There are uuqiestioiajty some wo Â¬ and for which the country boarder men living in this an 1 every great and manifests a strong liking because growing city who were they upon tho they have thorn in so great abundance couch of de ith could conscientiously Among them are rich milk fresh eggs People who say I havo fmgat a god fijht I and home made bread have darinj a sooiaty experience ol live in farm houses do not care for milk five or ten ye irs aac ptetl every invi- Â¬ to drink and eat but few eggs while tation that I ever rceidiL I have the bakers hi cad that is despised in taken in the od fahionel general cities is regarded as an article of part its successor ti3 five oclock tea luxury In eating as in almost every- Â¬ and the prevailing at home I havo thing else people care little about the never refuse I an invitation to lunch thimrs they can have for the asking dinner or b ill I h tve always been on but are very desirous to obtain articles hand whan it was only g dng to be an that aro not at hand The dairy res- Â¬ informal affair as well as when every taurant at which milk cream hulled My friends havo corn and home made brc id are served body was going always put me on the list of those who is very popular in largo towns but it are sarc to co nV I naer wa3ted a would recoivo no patronage in a cent on a rore card in my life 1 country village There would be no would not know how to write a dedica- Â¬ demand for buttermilk in a country It has been saloon though much is sold in city tion of an invitation to go to three drinking places hard sometime or four entertainments on the same On the whole the living in cities is day but I havo managed to do it My much better than in tho country chiefly omuiprcsenco In the social circle has for three reasons There is a much been my strong point for nobody ever better variety of food more condiments appeared to b s irprtsad at seeing me and better cooking It is practical for and yet in this my last hour I recall farmers to supply thoir tables with a tho singular fact that I was tlway3 much greater variety of food without asked tho next day if I was there any additional expenw Generally they Tho strange put of it is that I have have no fresh fish nnless they happen been an invalid tho greater part of my to live near a lake or river and have social existence I h ive been a profit Â¬ time to go a fishing It is practical able patient f r ma iy physicians my to have a fish pond on most farms in delicate coni lfrin Iia3 been tne winch carp can be raised It is not tho source of constant anxiety to myself best sort of fish but it is much better and of assursd interest on tho part of than none and it can be raised at little my friends I hive bsen obliged to cost now that breeding stock is dis- Â¬ An occa- Â¬ to mako others do nnre for ni3 than tributed by the Government their share of lifes hard work but sional change from meat to fish is very there has never boon a day so cold that desirable It is alike promotive Ml 1 got loft when it came to being present health and pleasure Farmers should at party bill or any of the social fesÂ¬ keep a few sTwep if for no other pur- Â¬ tivities What I chiefly regret in pose than affording mutton for home to oach is that I cant tak consumption Mutton is the best fresh mv oailing list with me that I have meat for farmers during warm weather got to bagin with an entirely new set as it keeps longer than beef or pork on tho other side of the dark rivor and Farmers who raise turkeys ducks and must wait awhile Iieforo I can be gen can have orally introduced Buffalo Convner geese in addition to chickens as good a vailuty of fowls lor tne tame cial Aivertuer as ctty people have A Remarkable Texas Plateau Farmers generally have better green This celebrated plateau comprising coin potatoes green peas and beans about teu acre- - and rising sixty feet thau city peoplo do for the reason that above the surrounding prairie and they can obtain them fresh from the ninety feet abovo tho lovol of the sea cardan and field Tisey do not how lies six miles northwest of Columbia ever ordinnrily have a 1 irgo variety of It is covered by a fertile soil with a red vogetiblos or those that are of clay foundation resting upon a sub- - a KOO1 qJajity The list is genorally stratum of shale which is richly COninei to beets onions and cnbbagu charged with sulphate of iron magiie- - yttuc0 radishes egg plants andoaul- sia lime and other salts usually found flower woi 1 be regarded as curiositios in mineral waters emerging from slates j soan i gjnlena in most parts of the Thissnale disintegrated in water and Punrv Most farmers raise cucum- steeped possesses medicinal propertlei ani gnashes and sometimes the alue A vet ljwcr stratun hoys 01 the plitcj an nihiwod to plant of i a o lpact liniestnue yield n few 11 n e d on tho site of an old cousi ingagKd qunliiy of lime There fa hail c or dung heap No attempt but lHledoiUt that the mound is ot however is madjto sett a large sup seismic origin Deep crevices abounc rhciee melois it w onld seem into th pi of Daiiug the past of several varie pcnetruing Uftecn years tho very bowels of the earth as a stout us tniiptd in can be hoard striking introduction of melons lias produced ne iinst the ledses oi rook until tho re- ouire a revolution It living in citi s vorberations are Inst in the mysterioui On the tables o restaurants hotels Old Capital depths bolow lunl MMWS private houro aro inckws ye 1 pi mm HATS TRUNKS VALISES Etc in which you on 11 find the BEST GOODS LATEST STYLES and the LOWEST PRICES He does not intend to be BHtlersohl and to bis customer lie say be wW give you full value or every dollar in- Â¬ te vested with blm and he urge y gve him an early call W June 22 9m B WHITE At McKbbs Ok Stand A D RUFF Mistake gjgn et 1 Herr Klimper is a very stout man weighing upwards of two hundred Watchmaker and Jeweler pound He is a professor of music and gives lessons on the piano He is also -- UEAI-Ha IN- somewhat of an inebriate He recently fifth story of a moved into rooms in the Harlem apartment house He cele Â¬ Watebes Clocks Jewelry Silver and brated his moving into new quarters by Plaled ware etc Speobil getting drunk Ho came home about attention given to twolve oclock and the fact that it took him three quarters of an hour to ascend DIAMONDS the stairs to his roonis proves that he must hilvcbeen having a very nice time of it with his boon companions AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONBS Next morning two old ladies living or tho floor boJow conversed about the new tenant Havo tou seen tho now tenant Herr Promptly dnae fiM H hj a we rkmaBftke SEFMG BEPAIRIIffG aniUfkaBrT fLimiHT - No Tve not seen him but it is very ixHin iderate in him to have his piano brongi up into his room at twelve Casi Paid for Oid Sold aad Silver o clock at night dMifrbing the board place next door wil eis It mnt bo an awfnl big piano by SttT DPtwt forget the nfilce ItletOBond Ky VA Kt la1 vliV It Tffi 0 the t jii VWU J jMJ tf J5sj Tj riSirieiiiw- - mvr t r wjrJBpJisi II RfJ THE CLIMAX rtlBUSIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY found on inspectioSl H Climax Prixtwg J Co FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE -- Editors riUCE PER YEAR WEDNESDAY APRIL 4 150 iSSS 1 The Legislature Las offered a reward of 5000 for James IV Tate I Lis own lifehence his long silence S G A belief is gaining ground that Treasurer Tate iias taken of Lexington ana sum sucsianuax woric ma already been done that we are forced to the opinion that the best interests of the State require an additional appropriation The administration building magnificent structure is coinpleted except Ike Ihside work the lower and front steps This building is intended for offices for the warder room for the guards and a residence for the wardens family Uere followed a detailed description of the work to date lwo Hundred and seventy thousand dollars have been appropriated and expended and there is an unpaid balance of 80 000 still due to contractors and others We estimate that 250 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ luat so much Â¬ 000 more will be needed to complete the work already begun and Sharp Ohairnian of the State Democratic build kitchen dining room wash tantral Committee has been ap house chapel and hospital and furnish heat light and water to pointed State Treasurer Â¬ Â¬ Congressman McCrearys bill for a Congress of Nations which we have heretofore mention as having passed the House unanimously has now passed the Senate FOR VICE PREMDEXT The Warrensburg Mo Journal Democrat is for David IL Francis nephew of L E Francis of this place and Mayor of St Louis lor Vice President That paper Two years ago the great says city of St Louis chose from ont the ranks of her active successful business citizens a young man for major Iroud of her wealth ami resting easily upon her finan cial stability St Louis had seen new cities spring into power and magnificence within her very With indomitable will bfcadow with princely fact and honest pur Â¬ pose this man has iufused new life into her sluggUh veins In the presence of great corporations he has remained true to the peo ple With tireless spirit he has spread the words of welcome to the iarlhest parts of the Union and right royally maintained them With dash and pluck and Ihtuhs he has lifted the great city up awl under the quickening touch St Louis has liegtm the march toward the wonderous destiny that awaits the city of the I row Crown in the heart of the valley of the Mississippi Such a man is David IL Francis and under his guidance a like destiny awaits Missouri Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the inmates We are of the opinion however that by a judicious use of money to be used only in the purchase of such building material as convict labor cannot produce and in the payment of the wages or a limited number of skilled mechanics whose places cannot be supplied with convicts and omitting for the present the power on the administration building and the rooms designed for a residence and substituting plank for stone steps in front and brick for stone Â¬ Â¬ usual bour on Frldny and Justice Mil- Â¬ ler the Senior Justice after announc Â¬ ing ilie death orthrfr Chief adjourned Hie court for one week ilie court room was crowded and profoubil eor rovfr prevailed in the quiet chamber The Benate and House both adjourned over out of respect lo the memory of the distinguished dead The bill as recommended by the Committee on Rivera and Harbors appropriate 19432763 and of that sum the Southern States get more than they have at any time heretofore The Western Slates also Ret a very gener Â¬ ous portion of it and while the amount is considered very large still the In Â¬ dications nt the Cnpltol are that tiie Senate wilt add still more to it when he Rets there Great excitement is prevallug here over the discovery that 10000 worth of good mail bap have been stored away in tiie damp cellars of the Post office and allowed tu tot While every year calls have been made for more bags It 15 charged that this wrong has con- Â¬ tinued fur i ears past aud is brought to light now only by the removal of the Superintendent who has had charge of hut branch for 23 years fte use The article adds that he has 1 Impure Food pat H STATE CONVENTION DEMOCRATIC Â¬ in building inside cell walls and the house mentioned above and leaving all grading and construction of roads to be done by con- Â¬ Â¬ vict labor that an appropriation of 150000 will be sufficient to place he branch penitentiary in a condition to accommodate 414 convicts with cell room for each TllA nniffntinrr miirlif ITiaii be leased upon the condition that the lessees shall erect such build ings for shops and make such plants of machinery as may be agreed upon the cost of same to be deducted from the amount of rental to be paid by the lesse In a multitude of counsel there is wisdom but in successful exe cution there must be unity The glaring want of harmony among the three Commissioners of this prison suggests the necessity for their relief and the appoinmeut of one Commissioner at a fixed salary to take charge of the works at this THE LEGISLATURE H i t Mr Cisuey of Muhlenburg about whom it has been slanderously said that he could neither road nor write otrered a bill to make the playing of foot ball town ball or base ball on Sunday a misdemeanor punishable by fine anywhere from one hundred to live huiHlred dollars Tiie House passed the bill creating the branch penitentiary at Eddyville a State reformatory and fixing the salary of the Sup erinteiHlent at 2500 a year Senator Harris called up a bill regulating and limiting the amounts which counties may vote in aid of any railroad It limits i lie amount to be voleu to 4 per cent ot the assessed value of the real and personal property PassÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ prison If this Commissioner 8 G SHARP should be selected with reference Cinun State Central Committee to executive ability practical H C Clay Secretary knowledge of building and civil SOUR WOODS engineering the services as well as cost of an architect might be dispensed with To he Editor of The dfrnax I have been requested to write in AT TIIE CAPITAL vindication of the a bo ire named locali- Â¬ ty The reason for the request is on Correspondence Climax Washington D C March 31 1SR8 account of an editorial that came out It is nut at all likely that the Senate iu the Register which reads about this way bill providing for erection of post otlice Headquarters Democratic Central aud executive Jomtnltlte Lexington Ky March 20th 18SS 7b the Kentucky Democracy At a mass meeting of the Demo Â¬ cratic State Central aud Executive Oimmittee held in this city the foi hie was adopted You are hereby requested to meet in a delegate convention in tbU city nf Lexington at I oclock P Mf on Wed- Â¬ nesday the I6lh day of May 18S8 for the purpose of selectiug delegates to the National Convention to be held at St Louis on the 5th day of June ISSS In appointing delegates to the State Convention it is recommended that the vote for Buckner and Bryan be takeu as a basis and that the ratio of U oue delegate for representation every two hundred of tsaid votes aud oue for each fraction of oue hundred and over It is further recommended that the delegates shall be selected hi every county on the same day to wit the 5th day of May and in such niau uer as the County Committee may pre- Â¬ scribe But if for any cause the Coun Â¬ ty Committee bhould fait to take ac- Â¬ tion looking to the selection of dele gates they shall be choseu by a mass meeting of the Democracy of said county or couuties to be held at the Court House at 1 oclock p m on said Saturday hot sworn off from getting married good chough for OtitJle All this From it we can readiiy Jlinhiy infer that there is a woman lack of it He Is no doubt desperately in love aud the Idea ot his future marriage and blis of course makes him leel young and much better Since he has given his experience na a chewet I presume you will allow others theirs I propose to give you mine and use no Mulhattan tuQ in it either All who have known me from a boy know full well that I have been seen iu Richmoni especially 011 county court duyc with either a huge cob pipe sticking out of my mouth or with one cheek double the size of the other containing a big chew of the weed I was an Incessant smoker aud chewer expended and for thirty 3 ears a great deal of money for the worthless article I quit chewing over five years ago because 1 had a wife I quit smoking last September because I had a little bany girl who I thought was worthy of all the money I had or ever will have aud because I was convinced that smokiugaas both expensive and injuiiuus to health 1 then weighed 164 pounds aud now I weigh 181 and us Uncle Jimmy cays I feel much better aud I can add that my pocket book feels much heavier too To those who wish to quit either smoking or chewing my advice is lo sop and never let there be such a word as fail If they really tfcp they will feel much better The frequency of fatalities among cigarette unokers is on the increase and is a misfortune which parents should teach their hopefuls to avoid Respectfully M Exceeding caution should be exercis Â¬ ed iu the purchase of a new article of Many recent cases ot serlmw food Illness have been rejiorted from the use of the new patent foods for infant and from untested baking powder cheap flavoring extracts The desire for rapid wealth Induces unscrupulous manufacturers to place any thing be- Â¬ fore the public that will sell at a large profit without regard to its use- Â¬ At present fulness or healthfulnes there is a great rld upon the baking ponder market and so many impure and adulterated articles of this kind have been found peddled about the country that the authorities in several of the States have taken the necesary actiou to expose them The report of the Ohio State Food Commission has thowu that a large number of he brands sold here are made from alum phoMphaies or a cheap aud adulterated cream of tartar The danger to the public Is still greater by the unblushing eflrontery with which the proprietors of these impure powders advertise them as perfect claiming for them all kiud of false aud impossible endorse Â¬ ments The official report of the Ohio State Food Commission gives lie name of a number of these impure powder and tiieamouut of impurity and inert mat Â¬ ter iu each as luliows Per Cent of m Impuritle etc iuq xr t rice s sterling Pearsons Scioto alum Forest City alum- Ciown alum Silver Star alum De Lauds Herefords phosphate- Kenton alum 1439 18 25 Armers Is the place to get you a nice silk umbrella with a gold head mar l4 4t THE TWO STALLIONS Do yon want pure dniga and the best You brands of toliaccm and cigars can find thrm at I J Brooks JuneJJ tf The weather U too warm for toboggan cap Call at Mrs Floras on Second and get a new spring hat m2i 3t Street OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF ALWT BLUB at the place to get jour plated Knives and Forks cheap Armers Is STANDARD Spring1 Goods CONSISTING OF marl4 4t Carpets IJOHN WILKES the stables Traynor iJa miles from Al Richmond on the Irvine turnpike montBiucher will stand at 25 to insure h a living colt and John WilVes at 3 with usual privilege of return in So if mare U not parted tith record Almont- - Blucher Standard mile track 236 and 2UO trial on slow full brother to First Call zl Almcnt Blucher is a seal brown foaled May soth 18S0 has one white fcotbehind and one in front 15K ands hIBh atd Â¬ weighs 1100 pounds when in stud condi sire of First Call Sired by Athlete tion A thel 3 year old Isaac G 2 26 22 Athlone 3 ear old 235 Mabel 4 235 old j ear old z Atyz Genoa Maid 3 jear May Josephine 4 year old 244 to 240 and Many others that arc first cart Athlete by Almont 33 by Aexanders Abdullah 15 by Rsdyks HambleUKvan of McKee 1 Will make the season of SS You will find the biggest stock the Prettiest Patterns the Latest Styles aud the Lowest prices at J S Collinss j ml8 3m have been coming in for the past week and will continue for two weeks when we will have on hand the most complete line of illS UDIET MISSES HUD CHILDREHS SHOES Footwear Furnishing Goods and Hats i 00 2401 2509 31 88 32 52 AKlH P0WD TO THE 10 TL 3649 38 17 CONCERNING FARMERS T S Burnam Co of Silver Creek had their stallion Yazoo at Lancaster court day Four hogsheads of Clark county leaf and lugs sold at the Farmers Hous Louisville at 13 12 1023 and 6 80 200 cattle Court Day at Lancaster ou market 23 sold at 3 cents also one cow aud calf 40 1 cow 35 1 horse SoO 35 2 mules 200 2 mares A Hickman county hog when killed weighed 685 pounds when dressed its sides weighed 171 pounds hams 108 pounds and the lard taken from it weighed 180 pounds Georges combina- Â¬ tion horse sale at Cyuthiaua Wednes 185 day the horses averaged the highest price 550 It was a dreadful rainy day and the attendance was not as large as it thould have been It is a common occurrence in Lon- Â¬ don between the mouths of October and January inclusive for 50000 bar Â¬ rels of American and Canadian apples to be sold in a single week England now pays yearly 40000000 for for- Â¬ eign fruit for which leas than 5000000 was paid in 1843 Not ouly will coal ashes furnish a flue place for hens to roll In but if At Ferguson fc Â¬ 4003 Patapscoalum 5868 One Spoou alum The Impurities iu the powders above mentioned were found to consist of various matters more or lees hurtful In Dr Prices powder the principle impurities were lime aud Rochells salts which were found iu large quan tities The impurities in Horsefonls powder were composed of phosphate of soda lime etc but none of the uitriiious phosphates without which its manufacturers claim life can not be sustained The impuiities found in the other powders named were prin Â¬ cipally alum and lime From the report of the Commission it l P evident that the RoaI Baking Powder is of the highest degree of strength aud purity Â¬ This powder never vHrlex A marvel of purity strength anil wliolesomenewi More economical than tiie ordinary kinds anilÂ¬ cannot be fold in competition with the mul- Â¬ titudes of low lest Kliortweiulil alum or phos phate nowdere Sold only In cans KorAL Young Millers Damsel by Hambletonian AKlhO Powiieb CO 1U6 Wall bU N Y by Messenger Jnne 22 tf Almont Bluchers 2nd dam Polly by Vermont Boy son of Hills Black Hawk Lancet 225 sire of Ethan Allen 2 25 Absolutely Pure ty Richard dam of First Call 221 Bellfounder No 63 and sire of Western Gill 227 and the dams of ten 230 trotters Â¬ Lady Blucher is a remarkable speed proShe has produced seven foal ducer and all of them show a high rate of speed cay s training w L but two haxehada Her sire very fast road mare herself Richard Bellfounder by Hungerfords by Blucher by Duroc Blucher was out of Almont Blucher s utd m Lady Blucher We have taken in Central Kentucy special pains in selecting this stock to get the most Stylish Durable and Comfortable Shoes in the market Bear jn mind that we handle the best brands such as J N Clos Zeigler Bros N Hess Bro and other excellent brands that are first clas and warranted fglg Anything wc have in winter goods will be sold at greatly reduced prices JONES WALLACE mcli2i i - SUCCESSORS TO CCWAL At E PEOPLE OF MADISON AND B100MINQT0N Messrs F J Cheury C Toledo O Have taken Halls Catarrh Cure Iu Sept 18 1882 ed Mr Hendricks called up Senatxv bill Jo oJl for completing so much of the Eddyville branch penitentiary as will accommodate at least 418 convicts It provides ior the appointment of one commissioner to carry out the purpose of the bill who shall receive 250 per month and also pro vides lor appropriating 200000 to do the work contemplated A mil making it unlawful for any corporation or person to give or for any person or firm or corporation to receive a share or fchares of stock or any other prop orty or money in consideration of services or influence in obtaining charter privileges franchises or grants from this General Assem bly or from any municipal Council in this Commonwealth Any sch transfer shall be void and the person linn or corporation making such transfers and the jwrson firm or corporation receiv ing the same shall be fined not exceeding 1000 The House Committee Church H Iilakey Chairman and Messrs Briscoe and Chenault that went to huuyville have agreed upon a report as follows Your committee appointed to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ft vital and inspect the Branch Penitentiary at Eddyville to ex examine the work so far as completed 10 estimate the probable cost of completion and to report back to the House with such recommendations as they may deem proper beg leave to report That in company with a like committee from the Senate we visited the branch penitentiary at JSUdy vine to examine the work so far as completed to estimate the probable cost of completion and to report baclc to this House with such recommendations as they may deem proper beg leave to re- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ port That in company with a like committee from the Senate we visited the branch penitentiary at Eddyville examined the works under construction and found them to be of the most substantial and durable character though more imposing in appearance and architectural design and more costly in construction than the limited appropriations heretofore made would seem to warrant yet conforming to the plans of the architect as adopted by the Sinking Fund Commissiouors Though situated in a stones throw of a navigable stream Cumberland river and in three quarters of a mile of railroad depot yet its remoteness from commercial circles and from the great body of the State renders the site an unfortunate location and some for a penitentiary members of your committee went to Eddyville with the feeling that the work ought lor the present at least to be discontinued but we Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ buildings iu size and cost proportionate t the t ize of the place will ever be- Â¬ come a law The bill is the outcome of a large number of bills which have paxxed the House this session for public buddings hut even the Senators see so mauy nt jections to the proposed plan that the expression is all against its passage So lrge a number of bills for public buildings couid not have passed the Houe but for the fact of the large surplus in the Treasury and the reduction of revenues that will follow upon the passage of the tarifl bill The members see that now or never is the lime to get their public buildiiiKb aud so the golden opportuni ty is taken and the buildings go up Senator Vest is very much worried over the widely circulated rumor that he intends not to accept another elec tion as Senator and will retire from politics The Senator has no such intentions and will accept a re election unless he lie appoiuted to a Cublnet position uuder Clevelands second administration The latter is not at all impossible as the Senator stands very high in the estimation of the President and he as well as the State of Missouri may be honored by the bestowmeut of a Cabiuet position on the able Senator The Senate is up in arms against the claim agents aud an investigation has been ordered into the ways and means devised by some of them to work up his business Some of the Senators complain that they are In frequent receipt of letters from con- Â¬ stituents transmitting letters from Pension Agents urging the soldiers to appeal to Congress for relief aud saying that now is the time as on the eve or the Presidential election both parties in Congress will by favorable legislation seek to get the soldiers vote Tiie Senators are indignant that it should be even insinuated that they are influenced by such motives aud the investigation into the methods of one of the Claim Ageuts whoee circulars have been largely circulated will reHult iu tucli a report and action that others will be deterred from pur- Â¬ suing be same methods Senator Colquitt has introduced a bill to submit to the popular vote of the people in the District whether we shall have prohibition or not While it is probable that Ihe prohibitum 1st would carry the election ntill there is not the slightest probability of the bill passing Coiigresw at least at this session It has been introduced too late in the Session lo receive consideration in the House even though it should pass the Senate The division among tiie Republicans in the House on the Internal Revenue question has caused grave doubts as to concert of action between the Republi- Â¬ cans when the subject comes up for consideration before the full house The vote iu Committee on the abolition of the tobacco tax was looked upon as a test vote aud the vote of Kelley aud Reed for the abolition and theothertwo Republicans Burrow and Browne agaiust it is at the House regarded as very slgulficaut Â¬ Â¬ Washington DC April 2nd18SS The House Committee on the revisi- Â¬ on of the laws has agreed lo report a joint resolution providiug fur the elec ion ot TJ S Senators by a district vote f the people the same as members of The resthe Houseof Representatives olution may pas tiie Houe but the judications are that it will never get through the Senate Senator Rlddleberger is still peg- Â¬ ging away at his hobby for open Ex- Â¬ ecutive Sessions and if the change docs not take place this Conicrrs it will not be for the want of persistency on the part of its champion The Supreme Court convened at the Â¬ As usual the hard lot of customers seen ou tiie first days of Circuit Court were in town on Monday aud Tuesday They were from Red Lick Coon Hol- Â¬ low Bear Wallow the Glades the Slashes the Sour Wood and other like localities and they seemed to en joy civilization immensely Iu the next column opposite the editor has this heading Fatal Shoot- Â¬ Now if murder or the shedding ing of human blood is what he means by civilization he U laboring under a grand mistake wheu he thinks the people of this community enjoy It The people around here enjoy a civilization where they can every Sunday morn- Â¬ ing hear the glorious gospel of the Son of God proclaimed by some worthy diviue and then iu the eveulug at Â¬ tend Sunday school where we can join our voices iu songs of praise to the Holy One of I rjel iuvestigate and study Hiss blessed works of truth and where we can enjoy friendship love peace and harmony among ourselves and with all the surrouuding commu- Â¬ nity without auy fear of being shot down This U the kind of civilization we have out here and we enjoy it very much Now Mr editor search the records of the grand juries and courts back for tweuty years and see bow many indictmeuts have gone up from this locality I have eeu a resi Â¬ dent here for forty eight years and in that period of time I can not call to memory at present but oue killing that has taken place in what is called and that was the Sour Woods thirty three years ago How does the killing record of Rich mond compare with the above I im Â¬ agine if the alitor of the Register were standing on Main street and all of the host of skeletons of human beings killed on the who have been streets and iu the suburbs of the city in the last twenty years were to rise up instead of believing that he were hi the most civilized place on earth he would think himself sur Â¬ rounded by some cannibal tribes in Central Africa and that his bones were just about to be picked To those who think the people of the Sour Woods are heathens and barÂ¬ barians I would just say you are mis- Â¬ taken As a general thing they are poor so far as this worlds goods are concerned so if being poor auiphoneot is a crime we are guilty Within four miles square there are rive churches good substantial buil- Â¬ dingstwo of them brick the other three framed beautifully painted and well flubbed Services are held regu larly in all these churches Then there is preaching about twice a month at Broom Sage Academy the place that is looked upon by outsiders as the very heart of the Sourwoods In the same boundary there are fivepublio school houses wiiere school is taught from five to ten mouths in the year Iu the vame locality there are flveSundny schools that meet the year round aud at Broom Sage there has been the last year nn average of thirty five or forty pupils and sixty iu attendance the year round aud the oilier schools have been well attended Now we ask is Uiere another locality in the county outside ot Richmond that can fihow forth better facilities for acquir- Â¬ ing information and knowledge than the much despisedSour Woods Â¬ allowed free access to them they will eat the small partly burned blu of coal that come througti the sieve It is one way that he hens have of getting olid material iu their gizzards with whicli to grind their food Ten tons nf Texan cotton wed were recently shipped from Texas to Zanzi- Â¬ bar Africa An experienced planter ticcompauied the seed for the purpose of instructing the natives of Zanzibar iu the cultivation of the cotton plant This event marks the introduction of the cotton plant 011 the eastern coast of Africa At the sale of G W Myers near Bright CliieP Sharpsburg lnft week was knocked oil to A B Barnes at 293 which was regarded as cheap other stock howeverbrouuht f ilr prices milk cows selling at from 40 to 50 Oats brougnt 55c a bushel aud wheat 91c a bushel while iucon sold at 16c a Mund COUKT DAY AT MT STERMNCJ A smaller crowd than usual and the market dull J W Wilson reports 150 cattle ou the market mostly three-year-old Tatterdemalion ABOUT CHEWING TOBACCO Editor Climax z Danville Ky to read iu yesterdays Climax that Uncle JImmie Gentry had sworn off not from drinking but from chewing the weed after a constant use of it tor more- - than sixty years and that be feels much better since be stopped I was surprised March 29ib 1888 as well an delighted mountain stock Two and steers brought from 20 to 30 he fern 18 to 20 calves from 8 to JOSEPHINE CHRISMAN 15 about 20 yoke oxen sold from 50 406 East North Street to 85 a yoke about 50 mules brought Sold by J J Brooks Price 75c 21 mar lm from 85 to 125 horses brought from per bottle 80 to 100 Ml Sterling Gazette Half Fare Excursions In 1886 Wm Domegan of MontRy Kaukakee The C I St L gomery county purchased of Douglas Thompson of Bourbon county 1 C Liue will eell round trip tickets to S a trotting hone paying for him mauy poiuts in MInnesotn Dakota 4600 He has won several races and Nebraska Kansas Arkaiifaf Texas now has n record of 222 hut the and New Mexico at One Fare for the liorse is now sulleriug with chronic Hound Trip Excursion date for ihp diarrhea and Domegan has sued Wefct North west and South west are Thomas for the purchase money March 20th April 3 and 24th May 3 claiming that the liorse was unsound and 22nd June 5 and 19th 1888 Tickets will be good tor return thirty when sold days except to Texas and Arkansas Capt J C Glazebook auctioneer which will be good sixty days For reports the sale of personality of Ben full information please apply person- Â¬ Isaac deceased by bis administrator ally lo nearest agent C I bit L V Cleland Purdom last Saturday as Ry Horses 53 to 110 per ht ad follows J C Tucker G V P A 121 Ran Â¬ cows 16 to 2350 heifers to 11 80 15 dolph St Chicago III calf 15 21 shoats at about 4 per C 8 LaFollette W P A LaFay cwt corn 358 per barrel oats 3 10 ette Iud per hundred bundles reaper and J H Martin D P A 8 E Cor mower 25 wheat 89 cents per bush- Â¬ Washington and Meridian 8ts Indian el Lebanon Standard aud Times apolhi Ind John Ekhd Gen Passr Tkt J A Ramsey auctioneer reports 400 cattle on the market 30 head Agent Cinclnninuatl O 1050 Ilx weight brought 4500 20 21 mar 3m head plain feeders of 1050 weight A lovely line of artificial flowers for 3660 10 head medium feeders 1000 evening wear at Mrs Floras t lbs weight 3700 57 yearling 2500 20 common yearling 2025 12 plain C C vvcvw ould enjoy year dianr 29 00 About 100 broke Vj prerentod by Dys ad atDyspepsia Tablets Â¬ mules oiTered wime of which sold at pepsia ma Aeiera prices ranging from 120 to 175 They ara a poaitlra enro for Dyspepsia InÂ¬ digestion Flatulency and Constipation Work oxen scarce and iu demand at We xuanntes them 25 tad 60 cents good prices Winchester Itemocrat Sold by W G White Prescription Eugene Lynn Bpntts nf New York Druggist left for Australia last week taking Tobacco Market with him thirty six rabbits inoeculit Louisville ed witn an unerringly fatal and con ByUlover Darrelt Louisville lobacco ware tin use tagious rabbit disease He goes on a commission from the Premier of New Bales on our market for the week South Wales In the hope of being able juct closed amount to 1204 hhds with to exterminate the rabbits there which receipts of 499 hiids Sales ou our have become such a pest that the market since January 1st amount to Government has offered a reward of 24363 lihds The market has shown 250000 for their extermination The more activity during this week and millions of them which are now devas Â¬ prices have improved some on ail tating the fields have all come from grades of Hurley both old and new four ancestors taken to that country It now seems evident that the prepara Â¬ from England In 1847 tions for the next planting have been Mr Robert Bonner owner of the considerably retarded by the decline stallion Nut bourne found wheu lie of February and March The following began using that horse In the stud quotations fairly represent our market that he imparted his own color gray lorBurley tobacco Trash not colory and tobacco dam Â¬ to neaily all his foals As gray is not now a fashionable color an experiment aged by freezing 3 60 to 300 Colory Trash 300 to 12 was tried with a view of remedying if Common Lugs not colory 800 to possible the evil Accordingly during the stud season of 1881 a bay horse 1000 Colory Lugs 10 00 to 1400 was led in rout of the mure as Common Leaf 1200 to 1400 soon aa she had been served aud Medium to good leaf 14 X to 1800 the result was that a majority of the Select or wrappery leaf 18 00 to foals of 18S5 were bays or chestnuts 2300 Exchange Had catarrh all my life am 48 years old Had asthma 19 year and a dreadful cough for five years Have takeu everything went lo the Hot Springs I have doctored with the doctors here I have done nothing but take medicine for 19 years When I commenced using Halls Catarrh Cure I was almost dead I sent for the doctor the day I got Halls Catarrh Cure and 1 told him I would die any way and that I would try jour medi Â¬ cine I was very had How I suttered for 9 years I could hardly breath at times 1 mw Hall Catarrh Cure advertised in the papers and commenc-Â¬ ed taking it I would have been under the groiiud to day if it had not been for that 1 have not had one bad cough- Â¬ ing spell since In breathing my head feels well aud I am well It has doue me a thousand dollars worth of good There are ten of my friends on feeing what it hud doue for me taking it and it is helping them I only with that every oue who has catarrh asthma and a bad cough could see me so that I could tell them to take it All that know me here know how I have suffered I have beeu here siuce 1858 and say to me I am so glad you found something that could cure how much Everyone says you The doctors say better you look they are glad I found Halls Catarrh Cure as they could not cure me I can not express my gratitude to you for the good Halls Catarrh Cure has done me You can use as much of this letter as will do the afflicted good Publish till to the whole world it la all true amt they should know it Other Counties I wish to re turn my most ktneere thanks for their liberal patronage during the past 17 or 18 years and hope that in the future as in the past I may in a measure prove worthy of the same I beg leave to announce for the coming season that I have purchased and shall Veep daily the largest and mot select missing link stock in e err respect that has ever been Almont Blucher is a show horse as well shown in this vicinity and at prices that as a trotter having been shown eight absolutely times and got six 1st premiums and 2nd twice Young America 223 etc 3rd dam a thoroughbred Almont Blucher is a very handsome and perfect horse promises to be a sire of style and speed his produce are large and firm with perfect legs and feet and show a fine turn of speed with excellent dispositions Three of Blucher produce hae been worked some little for speed Speedmont Tickler and the West filly All of them could beat 3 minutes in their 2 3 ear old form and were handled ery lightly at yearlings and Speedmont could go hk mile in 115 with ease the other two went their mile in 242 and 43 and Tickler told lor 800 cash Others of his produce are good all of which are from common bred mares Almont Blucher has trotted 3 races and never lost a heat with less than He is a trotter and 3 months training his colts as well as his breeding prove that he will transmit the same quality His sire Athlete transmits speed his dam Lady Blucher transmits speed Almont speed his g 33 his grand sire transmits g sire Alexanders Abdallah transmitted peed his g g g sire Rjsdyks Hamble- Â¬ tonian transmits speed so there is not a iPlfW The Main St Jeweler Is the place to go if 3 ou want anvth nga Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Fine Gold IIeaded Silk UrnlrellM Gokl Headed Canes Fine Razors Fine Pocket Kmvej Domestic Sowing Machines AND ALU KINDS OF SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES BRING YOUR- - m DEFY COMPETITION I I In fact I have bought so many goods that unless we have a genuine boom I am By Red Wilkes sire of 13 with records liable to hat e a good many left unsold so I commence the CUT in time 1st dam by Mat Hay from 216 to 230 den by Mambrino Patchen the sire of Nice Wall Paper worth 15 cents now sire of thirty two locents Nice new gilt paper trom 15 thirty two sons and the Curtain Poles in performers and his mares ha e produced cents per roll upwards Cherry Mahogany Walnut and cnony twenty five performers in 230 or better too cheap to name prices Nice Window and sire from 2156 to anojf Sons of K Shades complete with fixtures each 50 sired the dams cents and upwards Pictures and Picture Mambrino Patchen lme Frames cheaper than you eer dreamed ofSiheron 219V Charley P 225 Ella Lenne two ears of In regard to Mixed Paints with an two years 233 actual practical experience of more than 233 Orphia 227 Lulu Patchen three 203 ears in the mixing and spreading 01 year 237 Djnamile 22s Lmnettc some Â¬ paints I think I can claim to know c- Second dam by Gills Ver thing about Paints Never buy cheap a94i mushy soap paint made of water whiting mont son of Bonner Boj 123 and of New bar tes benzine and other cheap materials the dams of the King 2 294 Gambcita ju amies which the manufacturers of same direct to flow on Wh t Because if ou rub them Wilkes 226 and a number of others John Wilkes is 16 hands high a beauti- Â¬ out as any good paint ought to be applied they not ha ing the necessary body will ful bay with two white feet behind very not cover So buy a heavy mane and tail and as a show horse has taken premiums at Richmond St Louis and every place where he was STRICTLY PURE Â¬ vmsw 6--- SL- JJPTJSKraFJrraRil iil and SILVER and JScWt222vFJIl get new goods for it or the Old Gold sTkP ELiggiiis OH UPPER EI GROCERY Hi STREET and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and STAPLE MTCY CmOCEMES Quecnswarc Glassware Woodenivre shown LINSEED OIL PAINT that has the body and made of a proper thickness so that they must be rubbed out in order to obtain a satisfactory job Absolutely the bebt mixed paint ccr made Read the guarantee the strongest one ever offered to the public Jp0Horse handled at reasonable price liut no responsibility for accidents or escapes mar143m t McKEETRAYNOR Â¬ WE GUARANTEE that the paint contained in this package is Strictly Pure in every respect It is composed of strictly pure white lead and pure zinc combined with pure linseed oil dryers sufficient turpentine to insure proper working and such pigments as are re uired to produce the arious shades 3oes not contain Gasoline Benzine AlkaliIt Water Soap or Bar tes When applied strictly according to directions on each can will cover more surface excel in appearance and surpass all other paints not excepting strictly pure white lead Will not peel crack or chalk off If not found as above stated we will forfeit the value of the paint aud the expense of the application of same Â¬ FOUND AT THE CASH GROCERY OF Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches c Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs au TOBAOQOS OIGAHS sioir HOUSE QUEm AETD CRE3CEFT E0TJTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Eoads J ON D QUICKEST MOST DIRECt AND FAVORITE LINE TO North Second Street A full and complete stock of New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the GEO I WILLGING STAPLE AND FANCY Â¬ INTERIOR DECORATOR Painting and Paper Hanging Com petent workmen sent to any part of the country Work done in most artistic manner and at most rcatonable rates mar7tf Â¬ PnraPii is SoM East GROCERIES llt it Soutl ft mch-2i-3- two-year-o- ld J Confectioneries Capt Walker Jr Canned Goods Thin Fine Bnddle Stallion will make Crreen and tiie present teatum at my stable on the Richmond and Lexiugtou pike miles Dried Fruit from Richmond at the low price of 7 THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST LexIngU LlUHlStJiecpiBsand Baflet Care iUUlllllln UUU Ni lMallL Trnino fTm Cincinnati and lo nearly the Importaut Cities ot IlieHoUii without change SlOTo InsureALivingColL Tiie money due in all caes when a mare is parted with and a lien retain- Â¬ ed upon all cola until one year old for the payment of the service DESCRIPTION AXD PEDIGREE and plenty of every tiling in my line This house is running through cars On UIIIJ Ajliie TWENTY EIGHT HOUIW to Jacksonville florid1 viui SnPfMfll WWJ 1Pf A Vi Tmveers haTe a eltnlee of two kinds of Sieerins lX QUEEN AND CRESCENT IIOUTB Manns tiegsn V jruiimaai riueal raiaco UOEel Sleeper State Room Pattern uuuuuirauu Â¬ Grand Central Union Uepot In Cincinnati Capt Walker Jr will be six j ears old paeEer hefcHng tlekets via lM this Hpriug black with a little white on comfort ana ceuveuieuce nose 15 hands high heavy body good atyle strong bone aud gcod muscle heavy mane and tall A title walker Line of via- - Queen and Crescent rveker and trotter From his pedigree you will see he is tdosely related to the old celebrated Paul Building West Fourth fet Cincinnati Milo HCOLLBRAN J01UVHAI ManAfrr Capt Walker aud the old Canadian uimerai rassenzer a- Pilot two crosses of each which make R CARROLL General Superintendent him bred for trotters as well as saddle One 22 tf J Assistant General Paonpr9 1 Capt Walker i t the sire of the tlam of Harry Wilkes 215 Gen Garfield 221 THE FAMOUS MULE J Alt I STTUTP Prcured Wm G Hen--JHrblnl Girl 228V elo Capt Walker Person 9 j3 F St Wah I I rfl Jr It by Trojan Jr 1st dam by Pilot tt SLil 10 ington D C Formerly Walker by dipt Walker by Old of Examining Corpse U S Patent GIVE THIS HOUSE Uecumseh a Canadian lust pacer 2d Office 17 years experience Send dam by Copperhead by Thus HhI a sketch or model for report as to paten- Â¬ fast pacer Tinjan Jr sired by Muira Will nmta Ilia nrociant SMSOO I31 tability Correspondence solicited thrre Trojan 1st dam by Old apt Walker wi t n 7deciy 2d dam by Donjtmn by Wortields eaxtofRiohMondpn the furon I jau4 tf Burl liu ne MnlrTnlm tiy Carklya pike Brlguolhi by Brands Brignolia by Mambrino Chief 1st dam by Tom CARRIAGE REPAIRING Crowder byld Canadian Pilot Pilot CHEAP EXCURSIONS For ths benefit Walker by Capt Walker dam with I1 w t 1 njpnoie si tune 01 crnT Lllen by old Canadian Pilot the dam looking tot new locations or investments serai 1 he old friends of Lou exennlons hare been arracsed at 8mlth wbo legeorreturnlnsatiy vme UMw g i of Doniphan 2d dam by Parrisha monthly tb ronnd trip to all MlnUlnbitota tare lor need any Carriage Repairing can flHd reason ImmiM mare prove not Medley 3d dam by a Naraganset horse and Mlaaeaota Tickets Art and ood tor aodayi Voraaps and further partfailarsai him at L O Schmidts old stand foal BriHR along your man 9 where he is prepared to do all kinds of lento JAS if nanl a rood 0B General Patsenget 1M iter00 Carnage Repairing Painting c amr2S4t VJ J 8 COLLK feb292m xm stlTh 2m Strict Business Xnnvlv All fin Tnnltnr 1oUrtolo connect with the qCtg 1 Strictly CASH Basis Travel The best goods are Tninr10u8t kept and sold on very close margin for cash 13S AT YOCJHG GE0RG lii lt At 5 the Seasoi 1 1 P WHITE ca j mart Jbeir wraFjsicw- a JpiT rf THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY Mr where in this Issue as a candidate fur Mayor of Richmond subject to the action of the Demooralic pnrty Mr Dr Thornton la etrlotftly sick uear Colliua is too well Known as a good iYoxtown citizen and excellent business man fur now has the best gas In comment here He would make a Richmond Agood Mayor Kcu tacky- - J Collins for Mayor B Collins ta announced High Slindcd Hens else- Â¬ APRIL 4 i8SS Auctioneer Z E Bush reports Fair crowd in town Dull day 100 joatrumenU head of common cattle on the market m Mr Tliod Covington lost Mh brood about 75 disposed of at 2 and 3 ceuts niar Mollie by Waxey valued at 300 A few plug horses changed hands prices ranging from S27 to 508 A few on Friday last Rood horsts sold at 135 to 175 Broke Cpt Billy Wllkenton jailer of Fay- mules brought from S5 to 140 One ette county is slowly recovering from bull calf bold for 25 a dangerous illness Honri and Susie S Jake Collins pays he is going to run Reports from the headquarters of is going lo git thnr for Mayor and Houri 219 and Susie S 220 are to Eli with no defalcation the effect that both uf these flying Mrs H I While and Mlro Laura fillies have wintered well and promise Shackelford were thrown from a this summer to have a renewal of their phfeton on Monday but not seriously famous duel at St Louis last fall Although busie S is yet to be beaten hurt owner of Hourl hays that filly will surgeon of the Dr Lewi Veterinary clip her wings this summer while on Wades Mille was here Monday and the other hand Susie SV owner says lid a good business He tliiuks of lo Â¬ he fears no rival and believes his Tilly cating here will this year wjjie out all 4 year old and Mrs Gerald Willis have records Kentucky Stock Farm Mr Tented the old lerter residence of C Mmfl and the President D Chenault on Main street and are A gentleman who was in Jacksonmow keeping house ville Florida when President Cleve Â¬ Sli rifT Deatherase Samuel Bijrgpr land and wife were there the other statl Everett Berry and T J Potts day tells us 1I1M John Shull the in- Â¬ left yesterday with tlie twelve priso- imitable old boy who used to clerk at ners for the penitentiary the Garnett House iu Richmond got out n dining carriage with six There ill be a special term of Cir white horses and took the President cuit Court Hit for May the 1st with 011 a swell drive around town Mr Judge J R Morion presiding to dis mm in The Kichmond Telephone Company organizing end will put iu Bell is re Court Da Soother at hand It is the only ufs The Peer of all lawn Scats All the old cows of this place are medicine yet mado that will remora all infantile disorders It contains no Opium Mr Hanna of Shelby ville is the guest dying from some unknown cause or Morphine Above cut represents oar patented Â¬ IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY but gives the child nature of his sister Mrs Prof Wm Willson Last week several of ihem went where ease from pain Price 25 cents Sold by Settee The only Settee ever made that will adjust itself to uneven ground AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEM Light durable handsome and strong Curran the youngest daughter of Capt the Match wind bloweth no more W G White Prescription Druggist mn Painted bright red and ornamented Mr F K Davidson of Drip Rock and Mrs J Speed Smith is dangerously IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 Prices Settees 150 and a JO Mrs Flora will furnish 7011 with hats passed through this Week ou his way ill Chmtrc 3130 YEARS OR MORE IN THIS TOWN Jlolhattans Male mch2i 3t Rockers tQO each home from Frankfort lie reports the and bonnets for Easter Miss Morgan of Lexington who was They all fold flat A mule turned up his toes to the log and lumber market fair at present Horses Shod HacVer has gone If your dealer dont keep them as daiseys on the corner of First and visiting Miss Dora One Blue Bank merchant wants home Road Horses Trotters aud Runners him to order for you from Irviue streets on last Friday afternoon We keep constantly on hand a large stock of BUILDERS HARDWARES AMEEIOAH FOLDING CHAIB C paper Guess we had belter in desired all kinds as well s IRON an I BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE- Â¬ It is rumored that tiio mule was Mrs I Shelby Irvine returned from an a weekly Court house over and erect a shodhaveany manner lot of 1301 to 1323 N Main SL au extra RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all goods in other lines that we I thought to be dead and was being extended visit to her mother Mrs Hood move the ST UOV1S in handle Special attention given to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts c for Tobacco Iaruo hotel put up electric lights aud second growth timber for repairing all 6m wagon to be hauled oil of Lebanon apr4 loaded into a Barns We are the agents for the nwt celebrated have street cars at ouce kinds of vehicles Repairing machin- Â¬ but In rolling him up the plunk onto the Mr W P Baxter of Richmond is All work guaranteed wagon the mule without a moments spending a few days with relatives in the - F M Kerby better known as Dock ery a specialty walked loo uear a mules heels yester- Â¬ Shop back of Brookss drug store warning jlHl walked oil which great Â¬ county Anderson News 8febly S L M1DKIFF day and this morning when he awoke ly shocked and surprised the natives We call attention to a lew that we keep ind are agents fer MUs Nettie B Lewis of Red Lick who lie neked if lie was thunder struck or He did not go far however before the Armers Is the place to get you u ink- has been Uiting her cousins Misses Bet blown up by dynamite Only mule nice Th- - Walt r A Wo f Twin l - ier w Mowers dixxiuess of death seized him the He has a new watch cheap tic and Jennie Garrett of this place has kicked p r m1 Mmws second time and ids muliuess stiffen- Â¬ The Uuckeie Twn slock on hand and they are beauties ed into rigidity So tlie second at Â¬ returned llomci The Celebrated Oliver Ctvilnsd Plows over 15m ot them having keen seM by its Â¬ marl4 4 Curtis Richardson of this place was tempt was niwde to load the remains Mr R M Dudley left Saturday for chased by a mad bull und hud to They have no equal A of the mule After much wink the Harrison New York where he will con- take lo a tree to save hU life The iu VJ VVA and reliable Medicines are thebest I lamWmSKAmmmW2X Kette better Meikel Steel Plows and Double iflwivch todependnpon Ackers Blood El- Â¬ bKly was raily to be hauled away tinue his position with Rexford Bros furhited beat kttt him up there until ixir has been prescribed for years for all ha H Halt Steel Hill Side and Taming PJows James when fur the second time tlie mule Hart railroad contractors Â¬ his fiugers and ears were badly Irost puritiesoftheBlcod IneTeryfonnofScrof nlons Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases it is blinked his eyes and jumped oil the The Celebrated Browns Wafting and RWtng Cufcivaters grad- Â¬ bitten Dr Gibson of Virginia a recent no equal Invaluable For Rheumatism wagon For proof we have a Dr and 11 The Celebrated Big Injun Sulky Plow only hac te be seen te was here last week W G White Prescription Druggist Â¬ u Rev What was the mutter Cata uate aof Vanderbilt MATRIMONIAL best in the market with view of locating He is related to lepsy April drink somnambulism A new stock of millinery at Mr Flo- Â¬ the family of that name here The Keystone Disk Harrow that is pronottneed the beet m use Cleveland remarked us he alighted fool or what was it is tlie question Mr John F Williams and Miss Litha ras on Second Street Latest New York of the chancery cases The Only Reliable Com Planter Vandwer Rotary Ask ait wJte nave Â¬ ioe Mr Jas Tevis returned from Cincinfrom the carriage John you oau be Later the mule is dead sure enough mch2t 3t Ragan eloped from Shelbyville and were ttjles nati Wednesday and says the whole m May he rest iu peace them At least 100 of them in Use in the county The Till family with their wonder- Â¬ Consul to Sant Xezalre or Mirrimeshce married by Ju tice Kegrin ofJeffersonville Armer will sell 3011 a genuine Pebble metropolis is busy discussing the Cincin- Â¬ The Evans Corn Drill the only one that has proved a perfect iiicoct Have ful musical roek under ftlie nusnlces wheiiever you want anything from on Thursday of last week The groom is Spectacle for S3 and warrant you a fit Easter nati Centennial which will open July 4th of the ladies of the M E Church the me lS years old and the bride is a beautiful sold them for years iuarl4 4t Easter Sunday dawned bright and Mr Robt Dunn formerly of this girl of 15 summers IS b are impatiently awaited The Celebrated Bell City Feed Cutter both for power and hand Newt siyial to For Congress beautful making a perfect day for place was in the city representing Bur 11 Armer has a nice new assortment W Louisville Thursday March nd In it Also a full line of other kinds of Feed Cutters Mr John Donelson the experienced The Danville Advocate says Gen Easter rejoicings after the long Lenten ton Price Co of New York last of diamonds that he is ollering very carriage bulkier is turning nut excel- Â¬ Green Clay Smith was iu town last season The churches of the various week but was taken sick and had to be 1S88 at Christs chu ch Miss Lelia Mil- Â¬ The Celebrated Okl Hickory Farm Wagon GENTLEMEN ler to Dr Edward Pearce of that citv cheap aud they are the very best lent and stylish work There is no week attending the Prohibition Coun- Â¬ denominations were all well filled carried home Fer- Â¬ We have also taken the agency for the Croker Fertitiaer and Chemical C tnar4 4t Miss Lelia is a sister of Mrs Dr A W need of going from home lor good ty Convention The General has up The decorations at tlie Episcopal The only fine calf 3 Seamless Shoe in tilizer that is pronounced tlie best in the United States Try it en em tofcaceo Col J K Faulkner of the Penn Mutual Smith and is very well known here to date received the instructions from church were simple and elegant A work You will get first class groceries at the world made without tacks or nails As stylish and durable as those costing potatoes and wheat J in fact anything that grows a number of couuty conventions to be large cross three feet iu height filled Life Insurance Company is here He is having often times visited her sister The T J Tribbles uiar28 3t Rev W E Keller of Lebanon said the Prohibition 5 or 6 and having no tacks or nails to candidata for Con with exquisite flowers stood ou the one of the finest talkers in the State and wedding was a quiet one owing to a stocking or hurt the feet makes SVe keep a lUt of all Farming Imptemenk that we wsN and who Intjrs them incidentally iu his wrmon at the First gress A representative of Fresh Oranges Lemons Bananas wear thecomfortable and well fitting as a the man who does not yield to his persuaserious illness in the family Â¬ center of the communion the Advo them as table with and any one that wants to satisfy himself as regards satKctie that ther give can PreibyteriitH church Una placeSuuday cate asked Apples Nuts of all kinds fancy and hand sewed shoe Buy the best None him if lie was going to two smaller ones on either side The sive eloquence and take a policy must be Miss Pearl Lancaster was united in night that the only way to get rid of unless stamped on bottom W ask parties using them race The Generals an- Â¬ marble front wu3 beautifully dressed obdurate Stanford Interior Journal make the marriage Thursday night to Mr D M plain Candies fcc will always be genuine L Douglas 3 Shoe warranted iron weed ii to grub them up mar28 3t found at T J Tribbles Miss Lancaster is the hand swer was rather evasive but he was with butteicups in memuriam with B Arbuckle returned last Dodge Jr Mr M W L DOUGLAS fl SHOE the original the distinguished and On last Monday aboul tlfty emi confident lie could defeat Gov Mc the initials M C done iu blue bells week from a visit to Danville and Har Fome daughter ofMr George Lancaster sewed welt I4 shoe which retired merchant 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure and only hand grants landed Ford from Estill 1 Creary if lie should decide to enter the Potted plants were gracefully and ar- Â¬ rodsburg At the latter place he isited of Lexington Mr Dodge is the well Chicken Cholera and other diseases equals custom made shoes costing from f 6 GOODS FOR ALL AM DETERMINED 10 to 9 tistically arranged within the chancel the stables of Crit Davis and saw John- Â¬ known lumber merchant of the firm of and Lee counties They tool the K contest among fowls I will refund the money unexIV L DOUGLAS 250 SU0E is and the whole was brightened by son the great racer record 2o64 and Dodge and Tarr of the same place C Railroad en roule to Montana Fair For 1S88 celled for heavy wear Miss Pearl is well known by sev- Â¬ iu every case where th remedy falls The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairy spring flowers Richmond has rarely Prince Wilkes trotter record 216 when they propose l establish a colo Â¬ At a meeting of the stockholders of If ever heard such sweet music as was W G White W L DOUGLAS 2 SHOE is worn by eral of our Richmond young people ny The Farmer can find all he wants under ow reef Maehwiory Trace cha Prescription Druggist all Boys and is the best school shoe in E Grecnleaf of Richmond was here the Madison County Fair Association rendered by the m mi choir consisting of onJ 2d St near Garnett House mar2Stf the world c Hames Hay forks Shovels The first uuthin for a week on held In the Matlisoa National Bank ou Sunday to see his mother Mrs Lucin DIED All the above goods are made in Con Thursday evening brought nut the Monday last the lollowing officers Mrs Samuel Bennett Misses Jessica da Grecnleaf who met with a serious The Carpenter and Builder can find all he waate gress Button and Lace and if not sold Campbell Mary Forman and Messrs fair mtidens and handeome matrous were elected and judging by the ofll accident on last Friday by falling and The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the onky compfcte atcefc af Iron Mrs Carter died iu Lexington last XJVJVv v Lung Disease IfyoahaTO by your dealer write W L DOUGLAS A D Flora F Adair Spencer Sweets are Brockton Mass Iu jcreat numbers eerv the Fair promises to be one of of Richmond fracturing her left leg She has suffered week Her sou was formerly of the a Cough or Cold or the children And Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material m the town Mrs Leu is Book- Â¬ threatened with Croup or Whooping Congh all nature rejoiced to see the sun once the best Madi on has had for years and E Palmer with considerably and is likely to be confined firm of Ellis Carter grocers this use Ackers English Remedy and prsTent JACK FREEMAN Agent Richmond Ky rendition of the er as organist The We of course cant enumerate all the goods we handle but ak aM to emm and President C D Chenault Vice Presi Â¬ sore to her bed for some time Lancaster place posture enrey farther trouble febi tf Tedeum and the jubilate were es- Â¬ The will 127 foot store hotuc sec for themselves the stock of goods we keep in News and we guarantee it Price 10 tad 60a John J Crtruellfton is before Judge dents G W Evans H B Dillingham pecially beautiful and offered great Mrs Minerva Cox died at her home find THE TixMuaa J Kcott at ML Sterling on a C F Buniam R B Teriillaud Wm scope for tlie fine voices Rev W Y Mrs Prop Winn of Winchester ou the Four Mile Road in Madiou Sold by W G White Prescription W R Letcher Director Druggist writ of habeas corpus The point made Dizier Â¬ formerly Miss Fleming who used to visit hheppard rector of the church delivercounty Ky five miles from Rich Â¬ GOODS Uthat he is unlawfully detained be- Wm Arnold W H Harber B F ed a line set mon on the KetUrrection Miss Caty Walker this place is sojourn mond ou Saturday March 31st 18SS ircen Front Millinery Tevie M F Arbuckle J Stoue Walk- Â¬ cause Squire Stofer bus heretofore so To get a rint CUMWaich ing in California She writes that Dr aged 74 years Her husband Daniel SveiSS New goods from New York an ex- Â¬ bin ourt OprUTClBMi er 8 H Stone J B Parkes and J A Superb Catalogue MM decided Walker of Virginia who was Cox preceded her to the grave only We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only employ the perienced trimmer from Cincinnati W Einbry Secretary J P Herudou on the Kentucky Central Rail two weeks Tim Climax has printed for Col T furgeon Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic hwiurtf wHl dying ou the ldli of lioue refinfched aud every thing new most competent workmen Mr T 8 Elkiu ut Garrard county Treasurer J E Grenileaf WTCHES give special attention to all work done in that Kne ROOKING GUTTERING RE- Â¬ S Moberley a Catalogue of tlie Forest road during its construction through this Match aged 82 years They Were the writes a friend here to send him mime aud neat First street as he has done in the past C PAIRING AT IBS Grove Herd of Snorthorns To begin county is out there has grown cor- - parents of Mrs William Harber near Pats Profit Mks J F Stone If lip itufl Immediately us lie had a 2 Our long experience in our business enables us to be well up m it in the way of LOWEST CASH PRICES with Forest Grove Herd is the finest pulent and is otherwise prof perous Red House tills county of Dillard w that had presented him with a The Climax announced the other markets and buying our goods strictly for cash enables us to bur at the bottom price Patronize J J Brooks the druggist Mr Wm Crutcher son of Elder S W Cox of McLean III late of thii coun- Â¬ Jitter of IS pigs Craddock trot out day that Pat Cunningham had been iu Kentucky and its proprietor Col Dont forget that you can always find the and that benefit we give to our customer Moberley is a thorough shorthorn Crutchcr and ery well known here as ty and of the late Mrs James Nolaud lowest prices and the best goods at the old reliable house of bitten by a snake on the farm or R P your Bourbon kjw J S Collins Both interments iu the family burying McCord this county Joe Mulhattau man Tub Climax did justice to the he was with the drug firm of Stockton Thousands of tho best tJUbOO SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO- The Messrs Hay are building a neat came along and seeing the item en- Â¬ combination aud got up the most Willis last year graduated at the Phila Â¬ ground Will sell you your carpets at a bottom Bold Watch ever made nro sell- Â¬ cottage on their hit adjoining the Dr larged and improved upm it and sent elaborate and couipletest catalogue delphia College of Pharmacy recently figure He Sews and Lays them for ing mch2i tf in our Co operative Clubs A CALL McCreary hrt mentioned two weeks it in to the associated press wiiich ever produced In tlie county and the He was valedictorian of his class and by you and thus rids you of the trouble This is tho Beit Cttapnt 3Xost Convenient ago Mr Bush Wallace is erecting transmitted it to all parts of the coun- Â¬ only one with extended pedigrees Iu hard labor won the Proctor and Alumni iu Matching them Call and see nd on cooperative System of ECllicg watches The watches ore American Lever Stem Winders The Ex Con federate soldiers of Mad him pretty cottage on the Estill addition jaulS 3m containing every essential to accuracy and duratry Among otlier remote regions that fact we have never seen among the medals both very handsome and of gold bility and hare in addition numerous patented and John Kmilh one on Hallie Mreet it iieuetrated was Iowa and now comes numerous catalogues of Central Ken Alto the Nearis medal which was a 40 Non county are requested to meet at improvements found in no other watch They era the Court house in Richmond on Sat- Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS- tucky a fintr one than this that bus pair of scales absolutely the only Imt and Dampprovf Slorf igSj Q Mr C Rupe of Silver Creek seri- Â¬ a letter from the administrator of Joint tnentj made in tho World and sro Jeweled urday the 15th day of tlie present just been issued It contains 138 pages The throughout with UEXUINE JIUB1ES ously burned his baud laxt week Cunningham who died without wife RELIGIOUS FOB CITY JUDGE month ut 2 oclock V 21 By order of Patent Stent II ind and Set ia the strongest and The administrator hail 7x9 inches 011 superior book paper and while putting out hi wires dress or children tiapleat made Then ore UIi y tqual for ap Â¬ the Executive Committee is bound iu leatherette ith gilt letters Pursuant to a time honored custom pearance accuracy durability and tervite which had accidentally caught on been searching for Pat forsome months The presswnrk is n model of neatness The series of meetings held at the Chrishereby announce my Â¬ to any 7S Watch Ourco operatlTcClubSyrtcm of my party Will Jennings President fir Mrs Rupe was not burned Two and this snake story revealed him and the Winchester conducted by self a candidate for le electiou to the brings them within the reach of every one slle is second to none we tian church in of Paris closed Thursday office of Police Judge of the city of the KEYSTONE of Mr Rutws fiugers were nearly Pal is asked to come out and claim Dressmaking have ever seen It demonstrates con Â¬ Eld Sweeney au estate of 3000 acres of rich soil Richmond Ky subject lo the action burned off night with filtecn additions WATCH OLUB GO Mi s Lizzie Wherritt has returned of the Democratic party Election 1st clusively that Mr J J Adam- - the 92S Clicstnut SU stay iu the South Saturday Iu June 1SS8 Respectfully foreiiMii of the Climax oliiee is au The Missionary Baptist church has from tlie winter Grand Jury The names of the two early blooming PtolliuFiu PO BJSCS jaii25 tde H C RlCE T7erfertonrConi l AGENTS called Rev Frank Williams of Gallatin and taken rooms at Mr John Marchs chrysanthemum that have been so The Grand Jury adjourned on Friday accomplished printer I WANTED jnerculsencx I lie catalogue is an encyclopedia of county to the church at this place much talked of in the flower world afternoon after a nine days session It is on Lancaster aveuue and Is contin- Â¬ Clnta Constantly ForainS FOR SHEKIFF Join Kow and Save Honey aretheubiteehampinor the world and the evil doers who have eseaped Shorthorn knowledge and one that believed Rev Williams will accept the uum in Dressmaking She invites her We are authorized to announce every large City and the shower of gold have Both will be their clutches are basking once more should be In the possession of every call His father formerly lived near friend- - and tlie Indies generally to call JOHN HISLE a candidate for Sheriff WEI WANTacinous in EVERYWHERE ACE NTS Waco man at all interested in shorthorn apr4 2t county subject to the action freely advertised ami for sale by florists in the sunshine of freedom and unre- Â¬ of Madison mch ia 6m of the Democratic party of thix city after May straint The boys about town have At a glunce the exact blood and re- Â¬ Donelsnn will make you as good a l roij v iucuarvcy nas received a mar7 tde of the numerous animals can letter from an lations eminent publishing house buggy or carriage as can be bought Mr 8 C Stanton of Chicago repre ceased to turn around corners and into be traced Col Moberley spent mouths to know upon what terms lie will go to We are authorized to announce J alleys suddenly and their hearts have c any where iu America apr4 tf enting the St Paul MinueaiKill W BALES a candidate lor Sheriff of in the compilation of the work nud Asia Minor and write censed to crawl up into their throats m a book upon his Manitoba Railroad was here lust week Madi on County subject to the action exhausted the American Shorthorn travels Thomas Nast the cartoonist has had of the Democratic party lie has not yet indicated his de- Â¬ mar7 tdc in the interest of Ids road He tells u when they meet a Deputy Sheriff Record American Herd Book the termination a mountain out West named after him knowing they have 110 summons that more than fifty people have left English Herd Book and otlier stand Nast U still a mountain to something FOB StAYOR this and Estill counties recently for After questioning many innocents and ard authorities The Christian church at Danville has He has gone buck to Pittsburg Chronicle Telegraph sinners 5S indictments werp filed in homes in the North west We are authorized to aunnunce called Elder Wm Stanley of Nicliolas three reports to the court Among the beginning of the shorthorn family Douelson uses the best material that J R COLLINS a candidate for Mayor Judge Morton pronounced a sentence them were 6 cases of hog stealing 7 and brought it all along down the line vilte to succeed Eld Bartholomew who subject to the action of AND the market aflords aud the best work- Â¬ of Rlchmoud tde Ihe Democratic party of one year iu the penitentiary ou a for concealed weapons 2 lor house to the present time making a genea Â¬ has terminated his engagement with the men Ho puts up none but the best church at that place It is generally un- Â¬ colored boy for getting money under breaking 10 for unlawful sale of liquor logical work of it derstood that Elder Stanley will accept work Buggies carriages etc made false pretences last Friday The netfro and liquor to minorsG for petit larceny loonier CjII on him apr4 tf riiilamalheau Entertainment the call at an early date aid yea sir and when he sat down and 3 for grand larceny Is prepared to do all Kinds of Remaining unclaimed in the Post The Chapel at Madison Female In- Â¬ laughed as happily as If be had just Aiatic cholera kills people by the office nt Richmond Ky week ending PERKINS stitute witnessed a perfect j mi on last BUILDING AND CONTRACT Mixed in Gender if Net Mors heard the most joyful news wholesale aud thete is no cure for it March 27 18S8 The Stanford Interior Journal says Fiiday evening aud standing room Green Loard Married at the residence of the but Gauters chicken cholera cure Allen Rev H H WORK Mr C J Reagan representing P Hanes George A fellow calling herself F J West was away above par to hear the en Â¬ brides brother Mr Andrew Broaddus restores the chicken that is down tn Allen Mrs Wm Carroll seedsman of Lexington was brcoke and claiming Stanford as his tertaining program given by the young AT THE MOST Berry Sarahar L Newan Lucy Miss Patlie B Broaddus nud Jas L perfect health It is warreuted by Bennett Mrs MaryPotts Henry in Richmond on Monday and fold home has been working the citizens ladies of that institution Central Sowers on WeJnesduy Marcli 14th Stockton and Willis It Blew Mrs Irene Smith Jas two car loads of shelled oats some ofKirksville for insurance He repre University was well represented ayd Warren Sallie Y Cambell Sidnev clover seed and other things He ad Â¬ sents that he is ageut for the U S evidently their appreciation hud set- Â¬ by Rev J N Lion Attendants Miss If you want a nice buggy phtcton Cobb Sallie White Barbra Susie Herring and Mr Jake Burruss vertises in The Climax and has con Â¬ Mutual Accident Association and re- Â¬ tled iu their feet as they made the carriage rwkaway or Cobb Charlie White Susan barouche siderable trade oyer in this country coupe go to John Donelson apr4 t Post office hours from 6 A it to 7 p and in the best manner He is a HARRIS quires that each person who takes out room ring with their marshal tread m Money order and registered letter thoroughly educated Carpenter M a policy shall my 5 down No such and outburst of enthusiasm The -The birds have came and sang Ladies dont forget to call at the hours prompt 7 A M to G Y it and Builder and those contemplat- Â¬ man lives here and Westbrooke Is evi young ladies were greeted with a meu are preparing a Green Front for Millinery goods The tobacco The buttercups have bloomed M B WILLIS It The J burst of applause when the curtaiu large acreage for the incoming crop ing building will do well to secure raall boys have invested iu five cent dently a fraud whom the people should was drawn bickand the interest never The Green Front Millinery an estimate from him fihlng poles and the bull frog has shun Mr A Tribbie one of our oldest and Such a person calling himselfby wavered one moment during the most successful farmers is reported Mrs Stone has secured the services Office at his residence on Hallie tuned hi rich sonorous voice to this although the people of the celebrated trimmer Miss Bur apriug medley But hark yd Be Â¬ that name has been soliciting for two uhule evening Irvine Street Contractor and were packed like sardines iu the rear very ill with pneumonia ness of Cincinnati She comes highly ware of Aprils smiles they generally insurance companies at Kirksville Tuneaa tf The wheat is looking flue iu the recommended by one of the best firms Is prepared with an experienced set of and contradicting letters have been re- Â¬ of the hall The young ladies were bring tears or worse still icicles by their numerous friend- neighborhood and the farmers are of that city hands to do all kinds ot nouse building ceived about him from Grant nud remembered apr4 2t and repairing Give him a call Mrs L E Francis who has return Bl ughter State agents for the United aud baskets of flowers fruits and can- Â¬ getting ready and auxioiis to plant Lndles wishing the latest styles ia d from a visit to J O Schwelnfurth Shites Mutual Accident Company of dies in great profusion were placed at corn mar7 tf trimming will visit the Green at Rockford Illinois is thoroughly New York He Is also representing the performers feet by the young RECORD 240 d A stray two or colt apr4 tf eatUfied that he is the son of God His an Insurance Company When they had was found in the pasture of Mrs Front of Bloom gentlemen ushers BROTHER TO YUBA 221 The BYEa OUIDE is mother has lived a tiuless life and Incton and his applications to that finished their duty Messrs Archie Gregory one day last week The own Â¬ Announcement issued Harch and Sept there are many oilier characteristics of Company have been reported favora- Â¬ Campbell and Clarence Williamson er can have same by proving prop Â¬ By Harold I each year It ia an ency I will have after April ltd for tle the Savior He is a patron of the bly He is a man aboul 50 tears old officiated as u herw and took great erty and paying charges jelopedia of useful tafor 1st dam by Belmont Fmation for all who pur a great assortment of Potted Plants of Batemaus a religious Kect of that witli a good face and a manner that pleasure in delivering sweets to the chase the luxuries or tne 2d Mambrino Chief every variety VJIH also furnish Cut SILVER CREEK The first on the program necessities of life We country inspired the Kirksville people sweets has Flowers and make a sptcialty of can clothe you and furnish yea with 3d Roebuck was Greeting Glee Chum by the with confidence all the necessary and unnecessary At the Sir Knight banquet in Mt The sunshine days which we have Designs for Funerals music class which was greatly en Â¬ 4th Whip appliances to ride walU danco eloc Hterling on Tuesday of last week the Mrs M H Stockton Circuit Court eat flsh hunt work CO to church joyed 2nd E way What Next by had has put the boys to fishing with 4 apr2t or stay at home and in variom sizes following Sir Knights of the Rich Â¬ Will stand at Silver Creek Circuit Court adjourned Saturday Miss JeauieFelaiidwas an essay show Â¬ moderately good luck styles and quantities J tut ilgnro c mond lodge answered toasts Grand after two weeks sitting which about ing much thought what is requirod to do all thcia li Madison county Ky at 40 To and beautifully Messrs Forman Chenault Co COMFORTABLY and you can oal Commndry of Kentucky response cleared away tlie docket The follow Â¬ read 3rd Instrumental Solo perform Â¬ or the Bit Insure A Living Colt For fur- Â¬ is warranted Is tho best 6ra HStone Christian Knighthood ing cases were among the number con- Â¬ ed by Miss Iieno Baxter in a most are shipping eight thousand bushels or Blood Preparation because It Itis will posi estimate of tho valuo ba rent i GTJXDE which will known ther particulars address us at Sil wheat which they had stored at the y Dr Kavanaugh Richmond Cora receipt of 10 cents to pay n tinued to the September term Com creditable manner 4th Correspond Â¬ Warwick elevator to Richmond to be lively care all Blood Diseases purifies the ver Creek MONTGOMERYWARD whole system aad thoroughly builds up the mandary by Judge T J Scott and a monwealth vs Joe Mauphi Com vs ence Misses Lulu Campbell and Laura 011 111 Hicnlg an Avenue Chict ground at their mills constitution Eemembsr we guarantee it T S BURNAM CO number of prominent Sir Knights Joe Wages Com vs Ballard Bronston was filled with wit and huPrewitt V G White Prescription Druggist mch 21 Cm from adjoining counties Mr A K Doly U S Storekeeper at Â¬ Com feb20 3m The ban vs Leslie J King Com vs mor and a glimpse of the future 5th quet was a most enjoyable one and J Holliugsworth Sheriff Nathan Instrumental Duett Misses Mamie this place has been removed by Col- Â¬ A full line of ribbons ruchings glov es will long be remembered Deatherage left yesterday witli 12 pris Â¬ Btldwiu and Mary Hume was exe- Â¬ lector Bronston to Greeubums dis- Â¬ handkerchiefs collars and cuffs and other tillery In Jessamine county and Mr attractive things for the ladies at Mrs oners for the penitentiary Eleven cuted with skill 0th Dialogue Conntj Ccort were convicted this term of Court aud Practice What You Preach made a Mosley Storekeeper at that place wjll Floras on Second Street mch 21 3L Five wills were admitted to probate Bob Ellis made the twelfth He got great hit on Tiih Cijhax aud Regis Â¬ take Mr Dotya place here I wish to sell privately that portion of The joint will of JImmleand Winnie an appeal on his case aud has been ter by Misses Luoy Gregory Racliael Armer has an immense stock of Mr J Hume Embry desires that I my farm known as the Uwcns place four Gentry The will of B W Broaddus mar14 4t jail for one Ford Annie Stone and Maggie Pow Â¬ should present his thanks lo The Silverware lying In the Richmond miles from Red House station Kentucky Mre Bmaddua renounced the will Central Railroad Madison county on the year making really six years confine ers 7th Vocal Duett Barcarolle Climax for the notice given last week W H Kelley will build you a good road leading from Otter Creek to Muddy The wills of Parker Powell Minerva ment when the original sentence was by Mioses Maggie Chenault and Maria which has greatly increased his stock house cheaper than any man in town Creek The boundary contains Ccx and also the will of Ann Peyton man- Â¬ willie Smith was sung very sweetly for only five James Lowry of old knives The pistols however mur7 tf colored J slaughter 3 years George While Sth Recitation The Three Lavers which lie was the most anxious for as Artnera is the place lo get a good and is well improved hayinir a good Taylor was reoitod well by Miss Mattie Mc Â¬ he wanted them for a friend of his in malicious shooting 1 year Marriage Licenses for March house cistern garden barn and other oiit marl 1 4L Sanders malicious cutting 1 year Dowell 8th Instrumental oI MIjs Danville are not comiHg so lreely He Clock clienp buildintr g o fence a d n armnsm Wm Rings Margaret Stephens Colored Glp Stone grand larceny 1 Mluua Crutcher with fine execution Is not particular as to the kind of supplv of n ver- - in wi of it If you uant the lightest tho uhitext Wm Abner Belle Â¬ dstenP Foun year James Wright money under 10ih Original Poem Richmond n pistol so It is well broke it will suit and 1 land is in 11 bet flour in town go to T J tain Land Sallie Laud Brinkley false- pretenses 1 year Wm Palmer by Mis Minva Phelps was splendidly him He is also engaged in the col Â¬ twent fhe e s fhnil trjc c n KENTUCKY Tribbie the First street grocer it28 3t Harris Nancy Ellen Burros C C hog stealing 3 years Wm Tanner reud be plowed with ea- - and s uitafr 11th Instrumental Irio lection nf old one eyed cats and hopes Cn tnbcco eiti r fitt c hi Wallace May B Luxon Hiram D 2 years John Diggs house breaking dleigh Bells Misses fiadie WilliamS Coilinss your readers who may J that any of The Ian I U hundred acres GARRIASE Bnlln Fannie Stewards Jab L Sow 3 years Geo Turner rape 10 ears son Ollie Baldwin and Mary Tribbie ish sui3 tree an t walim timbtr j have a surplus of such stock will Is tjie Headquarters for Kice Furni- Â¬ e Pattle B Broaddus Pleasant Jack Fife hog stealing 3 years Grant received a roaring applause 12th The kindly call ou or communicate with ture Lace Curtains Wiuduw Terms easv Shades JOHN DONELSON R P McCORD Conner and Armlldml Cain Ross hog stealing 2 yenrs Society Paper read by Miss Maria- - him LouisyIUs Carpets janl8 3m PjKHltlKTpK mchi2i tr Red House Ky Birltf Down on Tates Creek at Perkins llreH Milton Mize a mirket man A neighbor was at the Mize place the other day and noticed n hen away up iu the top of a tree cnckling She was 85 or 40 feet from th ground Upon Inquiry MIze raid that half a dozeu hens had u nest on top of the tree where years ago it was broken oil by a storm Sprouts had grown up around the Out top forming a sort of basket One day Mize discovered the nest and found 36 eggs in it He cant account for this freak of the fowls except upon the hypothesis that they knew he was a matket man and feared he would habitually rob them This is uo sur- Â¬ mise about Mr Mize and his mlserley hens fur Mr F Million is allying witness wlllie Smith was the crowning efforts ofpatho poetry wit politics newt guSAip BLUE BASK rtud scandal personalities gleaned from the members of the soci Â¬ ety after tlie Kyle of the newspapers of to day 13th Instrumental Solo by Mits Waltz or The Flowers Mary Huls was rendered with great expression The President of the so- Â¬ ciety Miss Nanule Burgess thanked the audience for their kindness and attention and Elder Elliott dismissed I hem with prayer ESTILL COUNTY Robert H Riddel of Ibis place has been nppointed School Commissioner to fill the place of Nathan Elliott de- Â¬ ceased T J Trlbble makes a specialty of fine Hams Breakfast Bacon aud Lard mar2S 3t gaPXTEXTvunurej W BEAUTIFY YOtnt JvAWKS SHACKELFORD GtMTRY k CO PERSONAL Mr C E Smith is in Kansas City Johu Winn has lost several head of the past mouth several of them being very flue Jerseys valued at one hundred dollars each Asher Wiseman one of the oldest men and one of the first settlers of Estill couuty died Marcli 20th at his Calves AGENT FOR THE EASIEST WEARING TRUSS ou Earth Call and see it AM Filiated Mtrch 33 87 I lEZJCOIOUCOlOTD DBLE33NTTTJ03BLTZ L Â¬ W G White Prescription Druggist 2d St near Garnett House mar2Stf FOLDING LAWN SETTEE The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricul tural Stove House Eurnisliing and Tinware House in Richmond home one mile east of here Farming Implements and Machinery Â¬ f hj lnwKkk Â¬ ud L DOUGLAS S3 SIlOG Â¬ it Â¬ 1 KIP itut or Â¬ Â¬ 8Sf WAY IE Only THREE FLOORS PULL OP USEFUL 1 100 a Week 1 Â¬ iSwij Â¬ That are fraught with great interest to the purchasers that visit our store in search of uma fllf B White Goods cos A lt Embroideries Clothing Boots Shoes m L WALLACE Hats We could fill one side of a newspaper yet that would not describe the merits or the intrinsic value of our exhibit YOU LETTERS CONTRACTOR MUST COME AMD SEE THEWL 1 We are confident of a just verdict Â¬ Reasonable Rates WHITE GOODS SUCH AS- - m r OT H KELLEY Builder three-year-ol- YAZOO I checks and plaids MULLS in stripes checks and plaids SWISSES in stripes checks and plaids PIQUES in plain cords plaids and stripes EMBROIDERIES in Jackonet Swiss INDIA LINENS in plain striped and Mull -- LACES in Torchon Seville Medica Piatt and Remnants of White Goods and soiled Embroideries a few that will be sold Â¬ Â¬ REGARDLESS OF VALUE Fine Ca IMS - BLEACHED and BROWN COTTONS FAUM for SALE in ail widths 10 4 Sheetings in plain and twilled 10 4 Linen Sheetings KAPKIIffS and TABLE LIKTSIffS We want to make this the Greatest 03 Acres t Uancl9 White Goods Sale ever known Prices that speak for themselves Come and look at them Now is the time for large assortment of White Goods and Low Prices at 11 th Â¬ WORKS c H J STRENGS Mammoth Star J3 Tr9iWr f TT hi vm 4gLgir--- j faKpsfi yTf jnw wi gyy h OLD SQUtftE BEASLEY MARRIED BLESSEDNESS li UDlelalInc Sruliu of tha Famous A Sensible Chapter on tlio Pleasures and Urctna Urcen of America Pattes ot Matrimony 1 Tho viHage of Aberdeen 0 directly We do not hall this compulsory opposite this city has become famous competition for telf suppotliy wom- Â¬ j wkbia the last quarter of a century aa en as a wholesome sign for it is not the Gretna Green of America More There is a remedy that is in tho couples are married there in a yoar hands of joung its than in many large cities of tbe coun- Â¬ use depends Upoik nion Perhaps cer- Â¬ ajgjuuug- tho try It is tbe haren of runaway lovers tainty of work ana the stability of from Kentucky although couples go wages and perhaps loo those- must there from Ohio Indiana Illinois and follow its us Win can tell even New York Aberdeen is a pretty This remedy is in wife seeking by inhabit- Â¬ young men We place of about nine hundred do not agree that a ants It k situated oa the Ohio river married womans life is one of de- Â¬ sixty one miles above Cincinnati and pendence for it not In the man- Â¬ k reached by steamer and ferry Â¬ agement of Iterkhousehold and the boat The town is a leading tobaoeo nurture and culture of her children market Runaway marriages hare be Â¬ she k self supporting in a higher MMMtun iata it come so frequent at Aberdeen that tbe sense titan when working for wages Greea Sponge Cake Two teacup people pay no attention to tbem There Â¬ ft mgar mm of cream tare of Hoar are sometimes six or seven weddings a merely to support her own necessities Withdrawn from the wage foaregxc mm teaspooafoi of baking day The veteran marrying Squire is working ranks tbe disappearance of oae teapooaal extract Massie Bensley who is now seventy her competition adds to the volume of bake quickly seven years old He has held his pres- Â¬ wages the between the margin --Xerer act the lamp mbob a red ent ofliee continuously for twenty years cheaper tho higlier wages if ycatyan not had tiate to and is always re elected without oppo- Â¬ of a manlabor aad inftuoree upon tho a greea lamp mat pot a piece of sition Every grade of society appears temperance and her ami frugality of Iter hus- Â¬ eara hoard under the lamp ami before Squire Ileasley to have the hyÂ¬ band usually so far restrains h13 use- Â¬ yea will find the reflection apoa your meneal knot tied lie is a good hearted less or vicious expenditure so as to week much more agreeable to the eyes old fellow and if the pair have no net in the volume of wages an amount than that from the red corer money to pay the fee which is often equal to what she would earn Creamed Apples Pare yoar fruit tbe ease he dkmises them with his As a social force tending to a bet- Â¬ ami either scald or hake it natil saf blessing Some of tbe couples arrive ter and more orderly life in the man MtimmAy aoft to pain it thr as a colan in carriages and are dressed in silks who inarrie I Iter she becomes a most der ssreetea to lasts fill your gta 6 and broadcloth Others enter his office I important agont of tbe st te She tfccee partt fall with it taea plentifully barefooted and in rags but the Squire stands ia the pines of prison and --at able in eme powdered eianamoa never turns tbem away no matter how j policeman of judge and jury So lite pat a good layer of rich whipped cream forlorn or pitiable their condition He j married woman k crowned with much a the lop and sift white sajr r over it marries people at tbe dead of night honor awl her life k full of gkwy A little eal stirred into a pail of when they are in a hurry to escape the The sdvice to young men to marry water gnreg it a relishabls flavor and wrath of pursuing fathers or brothers is not limited lo those who confess indawe a cow to drink more besides Squire Beasleys office has furnished themselves wage workers but k ap affording some additional nourishment many sensations which never got into plicabo to tltose w ho boast tf belong- Â¬ 3f the temperature of the water U first the newspapers On two or three oc- Â¬ ing to the salarbnl class clerk rabed to seventy or eighty degrees it casions the wedding has been harshly book keepers solicitors agents fire- Â¬ k all the better since the eow will interrupted by the arrival of pursuers men bosses etc driak mere warm water than she will jnst in time to prevent the ceremony A man can ninny sensibly and Tbe age of applicants for his services safely oa 10 a week At 80 a week he is without excuse for celibacy and Te prepare caate curraa ts for cake makes ho difference to Mr Beasley pat them ia a colander set the colander He has united boys of thirteen and at a wage above that hk abstontion In a large pan of water and unless girls of eleven but up to this time he becomes almost a crime against so- Â¬ ciety He is almost sure to be wast Â¬ liter ant Anus ia the san J and stems has never been involved in any trouble wiH aH sattle ia the pan If you Tbe oldest pair to enter matrimony beÂ¬ ing a large share of hk earnings upon wnehthe cornutte tboronhly ia this fore the marrying Squire was a man the mijir vices II is a menace to war yea will beaarpriaed at the of eighty and a wonan of seventy two virtue a promoter of debauchery a Matte as it takes le time and water It had been a wonder how many mere danger to tbe stale If young men will not marry tho aa ia the old way and it u so mack children could be wedded without aasier to rah them clean making tbe justice liable to fine and upright girls in their own station who It seems that Beasley are willing to help found a home they The bona of a well bred well fed imprisonment nag arc said to present only about one k a law unto himself He asks no must expect w meet these girls in the tweatJeth part of his a weight Aa questions and aims to make every body struggle for self support as wage naimalef this aatnre mat neceMarily happy without reganl to age or color workers in an increasing competition cany a great deal of fat bat the impor Most of his patrons are from Kentucky which adds continually to lite evils of tnneeof making it well muscled to and the marriage laws of that State society that flow from a lack of Ihe normal percentages f marriage keep k from complete degeneracy k are decidedly crude and indefinite Finally wagt s adjust themselves to aoK erteeal te any tloaUUul person Within tbe last five j ears West Virginia has sent many of her young people to a celilmte st ci ty In one of hi de- Â¬ mmee iaaamach as the natural tenden Squire cisions jniohtug a iiesion of labor T ftkehojris to fa feelers shoald Aberdeen to be married make ita paint to eoMtertet the evil Beasley has tied the knot for 1163 and wages Justice Field has wisely by mmmg the most uatrithias feed to couples in the sixteen years of his said that wages n this country should be adjusted not to the sUnilmd of career in that time His predecessor the exclusion of fat forming fool self -It weald hardly pay the farmer to Squire Shelton who has been dead self 3ii pjmrt for tho wagr worker him- Â¬ Jltey should lie determined by ougaare in the poultry basinet beyond many years married 50 X couples in j his life In thirty years nearly 10003 the higher sinudnid if his ability to the keeping of two or thre dozen fowls maintain er family mc unless there shmld be pairs of lovers have been made happy children iesMCaby his wife and his 1 o i ovale for them a cim or mkerable in Aberdeen emeaeabint the place who wonbl forlaMe home a hieh lie owns and the Squire Bealy youthful in spirits make it a special business to look after means to enjoy tie vorshiip of God the poaltry and like to do it Some Â¬ being a man of fine social qualities times the sen ice of a good steady boy Ilk omce is at his residence a two ami its elevating influences and lo scooliig and culture whok a natMnd fancier may be seemed story brick just on tbe outskirts of the seek proper ultercd law and at a saudl east and all of kktiwc may be town There with his only son Cap Â¬ Therein haupon lite issue which thoÂ¬ pri ptcts in proftaUy employed in earing for 900 tain Tom Beasley he krcps bachelors volves not oili the domestic happi Â¬ hall The room used for matrimonial ra00hens or if be be experienced ness of the individual vbut IhejJnfety jmaheblyM or 60 X la embarking in purposes k large and attractive It and greaUtjss of tlc state San the Intone it is best not to fctart out contains an oM fahionod bMik cass Jrattcitco A bi and table cozy arm chairs a bedstead m too large a scile ami tbe Squires pot mocking bird AM AWFUL THREAT The experiences of Mr lisasley prove ABOUT MANURING that people will undergo alntost HHy Kow an American A toHiilirU Hie Officers Tfcc Use fftmwwtal IVrtlfem aad the ot tuo xiuk o r dtsiiHii hardship to get married The run- Â¬ Itw K Fftrr tt ClawA story i t told ef Washington Con Â¬ aways knock at his doors at all hour nor Jay Ia opening this article I submit these Goulds old partner in tlte general propositions VveA to grow a of the night in the worst of weather stoek brokerifjo business which illus- Â¬ They come on horseback and on foot trates tha j roetivity of the vwmf ex any kind profitably it is neces- Wall street ry to hare saffir lent plant food in the frequently being only a few minutes man to play pranks in sole inn pl tece ahead of the infuriated father aa available form to produce a Connor during a sijmrn i i L ndon The records of the Squires office presented a crop becond Uus mar lie 25 Bulk of E gland by the attuliratioa of mannre show that Lwis County Kentucky note which like our own currency sends the most runaways to Gretna is simply a promisu to pay nr eaauaereial fertilizers or on soils to tho which hare plaat food in an unavail Â¬ Green although every county in that bank fur redemption in gold The able form in the sabs til clover plowed State k well repr sented in hi register banks custom on tbess occasions is lo 4ewa will hare the same effect Clover Ohio conples are rcq lired to produce a require tbe jwrso i presenting lite note is a woaderfal renovator of the soil I license aad in this way Mr Beasley to ind- - rso it idorse it said Con- Â¬ am not of the opinion however that it saves himself from being amenable to nor when the ride was read to him tbe laws of that Stale adds aay f rdtizia mamai to the soil I dont know altout tlat Im a little Although Sqairo Beasley is a jovial carefil what I i idore bat readers available tbat which k in This is the soil and pumps np tbe plant food fellow he is aggravating- reticent a note of haid Tlte astonish Â¬ about his carper as a dispenser of mat- Â¬ ment of the official could not easily in the sutistls I am in favor of making taring aad applying all the rimonial bonds He has refused le be depicted in winds I dont beÂ¬ inaiiure that can be made upon the peatedly to be interviewed on the sub- Â¬ lieve TH indorse it at all 1 dont know yon Besides it aint necessary firm and believe in sowing clover ject and will not have bis jnettire taken ut i au uiiaweiana wnereU k abene- - The Squire keeps his records not in a Give mc th gold and tako your pa- Â¬ -- Bu book but on slips of paper He says per 1j tin- sil sir its our rule I it k nobodys business who the people dont care any thing about your rulc I tin ii favor of green manuring are that come to him to get married Isitt tlte pajier good Good G kmI f fir - it ran be practiced adraata jri Tiie troabie with bararard and be will not reveal any of the many Is a Bank of England note good Are -- Well if interesting secrets of which he is the you niad man v uiiir- - i that there k never enough its good I --Who are newspaper man once want tbe money on it lii riulie with clover and green ma- Â¬ poscssor aA 100003 for two of his yon You must be an American Q lit ture iN Uiat while they are good so far offered him as they gt they do not go far enough pictures and an interview but be posi Â¬ your fanning man aid indorse it on naturally thin soiis to amount to tively declined to consider the proposi Â¬ Tbe fficial gasjel nearly pur 1 s in mark ia the way of fertilizing the soil tion Mr Beasley has made several the face Connors countenance did Jar a crop ithoot the previous applica thousand dollars as the result of his not change Ainuscla Ill not indorse reputation as the marrying Squire of it lie said And as its a o aiminn tion of manure or commercial fertil Kg Cr Ct note if you dont pay it Ill protest iser I think therefore that commer Â¬ America MayavUU i Tribmnt Protest ill Protest the Bank of cial fertilizers hare coaw to be a neces Â¬ c ooa Kiglaiul Goo 1 heavens Yes pro sity iathksscitos of country especially LUCK IN A HUMP lest it and b fore night The clerk ia the growing of wheat oats and rass 1 taliere in carefully husband Â¬ A Mnsalar SutwUttmi PrenfHtag AfMonc climbjtl down from his stool and ran into a baek roo v II- - ieturne 1 im 2r4tMiiliHl Uamblem ing all the manure we can make I I will let loarab raj-- hump with mediaeiy with two elderly offieiils also believe it U economical and good Cjnnor farasntg to apply this on land to be put yoar gold if you give me a franc said all ihrec greatly excited in corn potatoes and other crops that a hump backed girl to me one night ia calmly reduced the new comers to a are to be plauted ia spring and use tbe gambling saloon at Monte Carlo panic by rcpoating his threat ami commercial fertilizers on wheat and I looked at her somewhat astonished at after enj ying tlte spectacle feigned wts Those who have a soil on which the remark but she seemed so much in a snddeu understanding of the case iertilizers can fo used with success will earnest aad so desirous of the small ami indors d lite note and get his rite Hod it to their adranUge to follow this piece of money that I gave it to her eaarae Of coarse every farmer mast aad rubbed her hump for luck put the The Picturesque Mule bebkowa judge according to location money on 14 and lost It was the ail etc bat I speak of farmers situa Â¬ strangest piece of tipping that I ever Few of us reaiixt what an import an ted similarly to those in this section of encountered ia alt my European trav- Â¬ factor of army lf in its iitctnreeque country We are distant from aur els yet there are three or four bump aspecs was afforded by this ungainly large cay aad mast therefore depend backs who are haiiitiicaof tbe gambling slab- - dad creature with ijs discord Â¬ saloon at Monte Carlo an I who make ant oice ready hinds a Mseral farming I submit some and tremendous ami to aliow the correctness of posi- - a living by letting the superstitions rub reserve of encrgr Kcall any picture their lucky hump with money of camp or march and if your mom I remember an experience once in ory k reWsirlv of such details you The expense of hauling aad epread iag barnyard manure is a big thing America of the same kind but it was will lie pretty suie lo find a pair of long poiuh d cat a and serious half Jteaales ia the busy part of the seaeee not for a tip that the hump was rubbed slow process My estimate k A friend once told me to rub the hump dUooiirnged nule-ey-- s somewhere on ior 33 tw bme wagon loads per acre of a hunchback with money not letting t he can vas K I win Frbrs 4ms intro- Â¬ Ida not kaoT what it costs others but him see you do it and it was good luck duced I hum twxeeeut advantage in I have carefully estimated the time for It was race week and I thought I would hk admirably etc od series of sketches team aad hands at differ nt times ami try it so slipping up behind a Hole of life in the Grand Army which lie m aa average it costs in labor 30 cants hunchback who was going through tbe made in the till J and save where a load or 4750 far SS toals Some of corridor of a prMninent hotel in Wash Â¬ actual fighting U in rogress tliey are I it has to ba hauled a half mile and ingtonand pretended to be taking off my almost of nec ssity part and parcel of eoat hiving moiey in my band the FCMte Not that the quadruped aoaae of course but a short distance liiindivd pua ids of bestfertili--i17- J accidentally as it were let that hand was indspo8il to take his place in tho ir hit the liMMchlMck and thus rub tbe forefront of battle when duty eallol per li lb eostS8 money on the lucky hump But alas him tbem Not at all the lkt of u in i c t4 p lbs k 11 cents the man turned around ami I had to j killed wounded captured and miss Â¬ iip m it at ijcenu per acre is fi long ole er - making a total of 753 uiIa apologize fur thus seeming v assaulting ing mules is aco iiptctcd and would be if it could be tlte steed abcr wordi it coa mu U to apply him Of course I knew then that no luck w as as a rule far immpb willing to go tin- ruinuie after it is nulj a it does to lin hml and ailv 433 lbs of the would come from the oontaet of the into action than was hk no driver American Mng rtine - o inui rcia fpnilizjrs TUat is money with the hump and so dkl not vu all The frilizr vill jwoiluoc put any oa tbe races and perhaps saved The Lightning Courtesy iiubl th aniotint of what and ju t b it Bit at Monte Carlo it seems to a- uriii vrra- - it ii i 1 ftfi-a mftalow be re ersed for yon with the knowl A recent reception at the White i plan is to i ml out tl manure edge of tbe unfortunate rub your Ho3se was alyfst at an end when a money up against them and very often lliique little th iri fro ii tlInn without coin- entertainment was fur i to the tK U on wuicj I exjvet at least the tell me so the person wins nUhed thos who stood behind the re Â¬ Cor LcmavUlc Courier JoHrnoL 1o plan corn en paio3 during the ceiving line A fair young girl was f presented to tlte President As he took uiitr ai - ciily spring ind Forest Destruction in Russia ji Mer hand she duci d don n six inchs k it upon li- s at tbe rate of 2 to 3 toi- - wr ii- - I uow this kI 5 According t the Moscow Fesfeioff the movement might ha term d a c x or poL itoes ii the iianks of the Svr Djria not more lightning courtesy The same action in u i a - f tilio n owing andfTwd than tuentj y ears ao were so thickly 1 precisely was repeated a moment later n IM bnefit of the covered tUi woods that the operations wMrs Clereiauul shook hands with j I ii vitag-Kvl in plantofol of the Russian armies were tliereby her She remained oiwUing with the 1 n w tli i How awfully i - in i apply from 900 considerably iruie hd So great how wife of the Prnsideat ti iinnjji a - f a i lick acting c er has been the destruction of tim c unlry What part of Idaho do n i na fi rt i was tho F h tue oats ber in reccit jears that there arc now 3 ou suppose -- hu came from t pounds of extensive areas of from 5000 to 8000 comment at my elbow on the light ii mil i v n l it - iuIi iiing coiirtesey That is the notod f 17 or meal and square rail- - tiotalilj around Perovsk in ii SOSF Hi KTjll iJlliaO Ill to the old Ak McUhot fortress in the Bo tones prof soiil beauty and i ij l the out n the greai s wihl ct ony of biil ling ti at trick is me latent iglish custom i Minted to people of nole o i mew u diicJ owr luaaual but bf ordinary bi u ii lire oi b in j id or h nil grisi with timothy wood To rctnody this Ohate of affairs lite movement k a difficult one and l io ji i in n pi t ire A aid the use several cxperimcadl foresters have been there will bo mnci humor in town if ft l - containing Carolina receiih invited by General lliscnbach the nniacir b aulies determiaa to iask ifto t Cril e If th tfiiT management of the to VMtt Centra iU and t take steps jdupt it k r hc I I think no one will for the immedknsf formation of exten- Â¬ Siu Frnei co pot iconic i say they sive plantations of young trees in ihU the investment n v r- - t r have luver sccu a drunken Chinaman and oltcr districts of Turkestan C i igtrLM n Vfao Farmer j FARM AND FIRESIDE Th iin stioi m not what could lie done if w i-- hul certain other things but w hat can we do to make the Bioit of what e bate A shoep well fed and protected during the winter wiil yield in th ramv of wol tfc H spring two pan oue that bw btui h rf s rved When Irati r is albert in the churu in jrnuinHr form it is mtw overchurned P uu ling hatter R k ia a lump or larg nia5 k what erer churns it Warm water pot ia the eeJlar m cold nights to pro eat frMatag ftko M Ik- - in closed vewb which warm up the air making it dryer wft KMt evapor-a-M- jr I I i- 1 Â¬ goid--rmi9f- SOCIAL ATTamly lu AMDIT1QN said a well known physicitu laUly among ray friends was a family named Burke Tuey lived in a modest littlo cottage in Orange Mr Btirko was cashier in a basiuess house in the oity and drew n small but as- Â¬ sured income Hd was an enthusias- Â¬ tic naturalist ami spent his leisure lime collecting specimans of moths and insects His wife was a pretty merry little woman happy in her hits baml her children and her home They had a few educated congenial friends who liv d simply like them Â¬ selves They would oft on i sk me to spend an evjijpig with th- m We would have a comfortable littlo sup- Â¬ per some good music ami friendly intelligent talk I always came home cheered and refreshed In 1870 M- - Burkes salary was HU wife urged that they raised should mora into the city Siu had social ambition They took apnrl ments in a cheap retontious build Â¬ ing Mrs Burkes pretty muslins were replaced by showy silks Biirko gavo up hk moth hunting and joined a lining club They asked me to din- Â¬ ner oeeaijnally when I was wgalod wih half war ti disies from the res- Â¬ taurateurs instead of Mrs Bdrkes well cooked suppers and ch ap wine in place of good enflec A traitor hi rod for the occason had replaced the neat little maid Xono of tlioir old friends were among the guests but instead a fiiw peudn fashionablo folk who talked incessantly of their wealthy acq iaiutanccs Burke ooi bjgan to spoculato in stocks and was successful They at once took a house in one of tho side streets and gave it to an upholsterer to furnish Mrs Burke set up hor wn coupe When ouoe a yoar I was hidden to a state dinnor I found tli sham fashionable friends had dis Â¬ appeared and in their place wero tho rich notables of win sj acquaintance they had boasted Tim dinner was from Djlmouicos but Mrs B irkes own footman served i Btirkos in- Â¬ come every b dy knew would not half cover his outlay But what mat-Â¬ ter We are making our way into society lis told mc with a haggard anxious face which lie ray od how great was the traii ujioii him In 1876 he made a large rniount by They bought a Iinuso a speculation on Murrav II II and emulated the wealthiest families t that neighbor Â¬ hood in sjloiidor ami exravagancc I was once asked so a ball i i their mag- Â¬ nificent house and saw Mrs Butko paying court lo a so called Rtssian IViuoe whom sho had secured as a J hey were still prshing their guest way as anxious and discontented aa at first There was a sudden collapse on Wall street Burke lost in a week oven dollar he owned Ihe shock iu his rxhaust d nervous c mdition bronxlit on an incuraMe c rubral dis oase Ho still lives almost imbecile a mere wreck of hU former self His wife would rot r turn to yovcrfy and sim plo modes of living again She oponctl lxtarding h juse and a fashionable drags out a hard worked miserable life in debt on v ry Ftde Not one of her fashionn le friends recognize lior on lltj street ami that is rhaps the bitterest drop in hercip By the time a lenn readies middle lie his Â¬ age says Jicob Mathurin tories of his contemporaries furnish him with moral lessons more signif Â¬ icant than any sermon Th moral of such lives its that of lite Burkes is a common one anil is easily read In every ci minunil y the ma l ot woman who saetif ees real happincs lo the ambition lo be fashionable finds soon Â¬ er or later that ihe irrss of potlagc for wliiili a great birtbrigh has been sold is but nall aid btlcr to th taste This is not Iiecanse fusiionalde peo Â¬ ple are naturally mora selfish or cruel than other- - it is because th tie be- Â¬ tween litem is not that of guiune if feciou or res ee or f mutual inor cst in any nole cause or work It is avowedly simply amis-m-- nt and emulation i i displi Wh n the new Â¬ comer who is pn hi g his way is no longer able to amusj or to compete in dispiav he if necess rdy pushed aside Every reader will cxrv or late hate lo decide upon hk course in society Let himrememlier the Burkes and their false ambitions Youths Companion triioIIjipiiiVnSrIflcoil tio ttnltvlt of Kaiilu Wien I trs c m ti Nw York need thS firm and Brand petition Use Dr Swindlers plllf We want an active agont In caca town taroocbout the Slate The Eirlh Professional Card s rVWilkes Smith T D above tiecoiul HEHTDCKY CERTBiL R B LOCAL DIRECTORY LODGE DIKECTURY TIME OF 1I0LDIKS OJARTIR-CiM-XT- Y S AND MARRIAGE An Ablo AiKirnr to an OSil and Ilicoed GIRLS lncly Silly Quculloiu FFICE Main street jiniH2 ir two doors BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route Fnoir Qoarterlv Cert January April Juy and m October COIRI fourtu -- Sj tit n i MASONIC moty our ot Claunv lire M Tho old question Why dont tho men mnrrx is u w up for its regular annual dUcussion and tho columns of the newspapers tho country over aro filled with i It is even surmised that some anxious mammas are also dis- Â¬ cussing it in those lectures popularly stipposod to have been originated by the late Mrs Caudle Not only is tho old discission up bnt tho same old As usual tho conclusion is reached alame is put upon Ihs girls There is about as much nonsenso conoentratid in ths as can be put Into tho same spaco on any other question and it is so oivsy to throw thi whole upon tho girls that responsibility editorial and othor moralizers tako advantage of it lo render thus simple their work But bo no more mis- Â¬ thero could taken idea That there aro foolish girl3 is very Irtie Nobody ovor could or would dony such a proposition but that there aio from two lohaf a dozm foolish young m n lo whom the fool- Â¬ ishness of girls is almost as nothing is not only easy of assertion but much easior of proof Much of this talk about tho great ex ravaganco of girs is nonsense The majority of young women brought up in gc od respect- Â¬ able American homes with honorablo parenlage ard good lineage aro will- Â¬ ing enough to go out from those homos and make thus i ff thr ir own with men who havo the pluck tha manliness and ability to do this without asking that they shall start where tlioir mothers aro just about to leave off Tho Irtith is that this country over there aio not iu ai y c mmiinity largo or small enough of bright enorgotic holiest straightforward young men lo marry the good home loving and pru- Â¬ dent young women to be found tliore So that if ihe girls marrv at all about a third or i haf of them must bo cheated not bcuise they wish to be but b2cause they can not help it Tho young men are not worh marrying So this cheating is inevitabc The truth is th ivs is no reason why any young man with ordinary business prudence and with thn good sonso to make his way ii the world should not marry if he wauls to Ihero aro of girls plenty in his own circlo ready rnd willing to holp him make a home But the trouble is that Ihe arcrago young mat doos not want to give up a few expan Â¬ sive luxuries or mnrj expensive vices in onlcr to down He wan s what ho is pleased to term his liborty and if ho does not have this ho is will- Â¬ ing and anxious to throw himself into the market and lo k for money with the inevitable result that if ho gets it he is likely logo boa Hong to ihe dogs carrying every body else possible along with him It is about time Ihatthis nonsonso which has frown into a cant that American girls are so extravagant that 3oiing nion can not affird to marry them shotld be exposed with some- Â¬ thing of the severi y which it dosorws The young men do not marry either boraust tlioy do not want lo or be Â¬ cause they aro so littlo worth it that the girls will not have thorn Keia J C MORGAN DDS TO SrOFFIVE Main Mreet over Mndl soir National Bank Richmond Ky June 22 tr CENTRAL KENTUCKY AUi POINTS Richmond Lodge No ii meets 2nd ami 4th Tuesday in e ch month R C STOCKTON W M Secretary B J Neu Lwimv C iirt first Mjmin month - ln time y HuLiuNo DR J M POYNTZ White- - Drug Store North East West and Southwest BKTWEEX Richmond R A Chapter No meets 3rd Tuesdav in each month WE 16 First Saturday 4n every mont COCSTY OFFICE cm Mlli J SPEED SMITH II P llAYSeeretry NO IQ County Judge J C China County Clerk Thoms ror CoMMtT SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street next lo juiie22if RICHMOND COMMAVDERY Lexington ami Cincinnati Schedule in Effect Jan 29tli SOUTH BOUND No 2 Kx Sun No 4 Dally 1888 G W EVANS M D PHYSICTAN AND Heron d street SURGEON Exjuh No 6 Reguter meeting- first Tuesday in each month Vfeitfng Sir Knights are courte- Â¬ ously invited to attend J SPEED SMITH Eminent Commander D P Akmer Recorder Madison Lodge No 1S3 at Kirksvitte meets Saturday etening before the full moon in every month W PPREWITT V M J M Smith Secretary Mtn Sberist N B Deatherage JaHor Georna V Maup n Corosser Alexander Noir Sirveyor B F Crooke Asutaor Joba W MPlrr Swet Public Schools V CITY OFFICERS AttoteyJ AS c -- i ObFlLE jutn22tf DR Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetover Dykes june23t Grocery Store TJ TAYLOR K30 aa lujP Lve CovlngWin P Knlliioulli- - iccojaai 93 pm y8 psa am ioe4 pm 43a pm Lvo CynllilHU- n1149 am locsopm cio pm Arr Iarls- CitrJdeH City Aiuarney Ie Arr Arr ijmcBsler Arr ijniifortl larl le Winchester Arr Arr Illcliinoinl Arr lere- Arr Livlnpiton Lexington- - tis pm - 123a 1150 C Rue A J Rcv Cky Collector R A Br City CJeHt Wm G t 1 113a pm ecio pa pm Pm am hcjs pm i DR JOHN M FOSTER Resilience lit Willis House pine 22 tf lr ICielnuond- - P roopu pss seoa pm rjas pm 35 i P 5110 S J D Feeney and city rouiF jaopm city - Ecat Et- - t u COVNCII MAIN KlREEr Next Door to liiixonV Up Stairs jp 545 pm NORTH BOUND Lve ltvlng-Kni- No3 No 1 No5 Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston meets Saturday evening before the Aril moon in every month J W HALES W M T C Witt Secretary Waco Idge No 33S at Waco meets 4th Saturdav in every month W D RUCKER W M W T Fibldbr Secretary J D Mitrhell Mayor First Ward J Stone W Seeond Ward G W fca5 ThiVd Ward Owen Mckee Fourth Ward J W Car ei PLACES AND TIMES OF COCRT II - JUSTIC S OFTIIEF EACECf N5TC - DR PHIL R03ERTS Offfrs hk pubbc flfiice in dttig 6lore on lower Main Jiil27 ly Street Richmond Ky professional tervices lo the Arr Richmond lve Ilerra- - DR U C AMBROSE ItirlfnuindLe WluclienlerArr Arr Pan Arr Richmond- Ie 1025 1145 ij am Lve Ijinenster tanfuul- 720 am 1100 am 6us am 35 am 300 350 859 am 430 10C03 am 535 1135 am 650 MOSTHk 8k am sEcsr sic ia 2r Office FORIi KY bourn 2 to 4 oclock in Ihe af- Â¬ ternoon June J2 If Lve tillmoutli Arf Covington MAYSVILLE NORTH BOUND Lve Covington I ixingloii Pjtri Arr M I Herx urg Carlisle Jnhnson MHysville lve LexltlKton Lve PiiiIh lve Cjntlimna 130 pm 315 pm gas pm yn pm 340 pm 406 pm 451 pra 600 pm t iB 715 am goan pm pm pm pm pm BRANCH No II No 9 Dally Dally Ex Sun Ex bun 715 815 85a 916 1010 W T SEXSMITil M D PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON WHITE HALX KY Offers his professional public services to the aug17 lyr am am ara am am aH 415 pm 510 pra 547 pm 705 pm T V Pra o pra pra u DR T J FAIN SOUTH BOUND UNION CITY KY Oilers his professional fervices lo Lve Miijsvllle Jilinsoii lie public Carlisle ParrisbV Office hi Powell Jllltcnliarg Arr ParisAllj l tf lexlngton Covluglon MC Einn 555 630 714 74 815 915 1135 No 18l Dally Ex Sun No 12 Dally r slte Lexington Soo p m arrives Paris 842 p m C0RNELIS0N HEATH No 8 leaves Covington 450 p m ar Lrncticing Physicians rives Falmouth 650 p m KENTUCKY No 7 leaves Falmouth 600 a m arrives RICHMOND Covington Soo a m r their professional servicen to the olb Daily Except Sunday ijuiily public NOTE Trains and i are dally between Winchester Lexington and Cincinnati other nre daily except DR GILES HARRIS trainsCueMipeiifeeitud Is Sunday at Winchester Direct connection made 15 leaves Hkath J F Coknemson am 1250pm am 115 pm ara 319 pm am 343 pra am 310 pm am 610 pm am fanpn No John D Hamilton Lodge No 578 at RiciwsMMid District No Ip Union Citv meets 2nd Saturday hi everv at Court House 3rd Vrdn j month JOHN HILL W M Uillii at Court Houi e t John G Taylok Secretary Lyman Parrfeh Consable Foxtown IMstrict No 2 G P v Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox town meets 3rd Saturday in everv month at Kings Store 31c Mop U Kanatzar m Buffiilo schn SANfTORD OLDHAM WM t Saturday J S Cbenaut Cu Jacob II Shearer Secretary Union District No 3 A1- Berea Lodge No 617 at Betel meets at Union City 1st Satur 1st Saturday J C DAVIS W M Turpiu at Do Vrs iile in S W Pigg Secretary W A Williams Constable r Elneton District No 4 U I00F r at Waco 2nd Siturdi Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F Moores at Waco 3rd Saturu v s meets every Monday night al Odd Fellow s Oldham Con table Hallon Main Street Yates District No e T 1 WF FARLEY NG Kinsion 4th Satunly LJ Frazee Secretary Maupm at Speedwell nd Vt Boone Encampment Nojo meets every George Young Constable Glade District No 6 Janes M first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows at Berea jnl Saturdav J Hall on Main Street Richmond Kv lowav at Whites Station 1st W D ALVERSON C P d R G Ballard Coo table L J Frazee Scribe Kirksville li4rict No 7 J Mi v e Richmond Uniform Deare Camp No at Kirksville 2nd Saturda Ray at Kirksville 3rd Sauili j 3 meets second Thursday in each month fowler Constable at Odd Fellows Hall Pooey DMiict No 8 J N I R A BARLOW Captain t at Cottons Store 3rd Monday L J Frazee Clerk Chandler at Reagans Store r rJ S D Carpenter ConstaW KNIGHTS OF HONOR Million District No 9 J M Amity Lodge No 515 K of H meets A everly Frla cxening in Odd Keilows Stapps Store 3rd Tuesday by at llolman- - Store r v Hall at 7 oclock fames A Harrev Constahc JOHN TAYLOR Dictator Ed Rowland Reporter 1 1 l- FEBRUARY MW MOVEMIFR A WACO KY Ollern bis professional nervices to the jan4tf public DR S M LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON KENTUCKY RICHMOND Office on First Street jaiily HW BRIGHT M D York rrevi AMERICAN COWBOY PHYSICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second fctree next door to White- - Drug Store Special attention given to Microscop- Â¬ ical and Chemical examinations of lismes and fluids of the human body THE HOW TO BE A POET O Tricks of tho Trail When I first dolor nined u bscomo a poet I us d to lie beneath shady trees on pleasant hillsides and dream the day away I would bo a p iot I would not write fir publication My eenas was loi sou d to lie exchanged for wre cited gold I would bo a post for my own grat ficati m Well did I know that should any nierennary pub- Â¬ lisher discover thai I was writing poetry my life would be rendered mis oraitle by the den and for my work AsJI sayl u ed to id y and now as my thoughts go lmck I can remem- Â¬ ber lite first poem that I really loved It began dr--a- Yar orKxiiurl ns lr Louraeil by itka ii i - om-batant i - 1 -- fr hfii i 1 1 i fi tij g-er J I cherished fiis ji e n in my bosom nice over Irculi Clerks oniee fully many a dav u itil ono day an un- Â¬ June 22 tf worthy idea came into my brain What if I should send it to a publisher How and would it look in print This baseidoa TU the C L St L r Rillrr Elg Four grow on me more day aftor day it ad Tinil lia Lias FVllman Batfet Slerping Cars P- - Hmin ItccltnIA would come up in my mind until I toji-hr- Chair Cars Ne Second could stand the strain nolonger Isent Class Co cbrs and Ilaggige Cirs all run tliroM h ii ilhout change between I inciiuutU I got it back again Tlu poem d -- ULoun was accompanied with a polito noto Elogant Reclining Chcir Cars from the oditor saying that he was SPEED SMITH sorry but that his paper was a strong Cincinnati Tcoria IU Northcri paper and the words warm- Â¬ via Tnt RICHMOND KY CI w Short IIas er State leaned to much toward tho lentury Hells rents or exchange all kinds of Commodious Recllnlntj Chair Cars South I felt badly about this but I DITWHS Ileal Estate on reasonable terms and determiner that no fawning publisher Tims Enough to Lie represents first class Fire ami Life In- Inliiipdi Fem Ill ad should get the best of me I would surance Companies Yl BTTRTTinTT turn that poem into a humorous of There is a young man studying law Office in CoviiiKton Mitchells C I St E AC sad T P k XT E F s fusion and let it appear in some funny in a Ttxas lawyers flioe and the Clothlitr Store AtfhltsroSt I sis Pwrls rtoe nd Im paper I sat down and ohnuged that young man is not very regular in his juue22 tf Bediate csaaMilmis sre ad ulth all I to t - inia mi nonnw poem It read habits Yesterday tho old lawyer mil snq said New tbe leaves are neatly falling Tma Tiditi u tijjxjt fhttti ti til rrkdjit rcbSi I CHAS SPOWELI CEO V FORMAN Let them falL in d oniainea si sny TlcKct Offire T5 Why didnt I soo you in court yes- Â¬ I Ab4 tbe meadow i rk ts oallteg iC UVjalso via thislinert allcoc loupou Tick t terday Offices Ihr ngliont the Let bun call lrr Bi cause I wasnt then 1 rocknn To bis noisy senseless resiles little mate JOHN ECANCirsiadT Out Sosannab Jones lover I was confined to ny room With tho ciscnrwAxi0 Let aim love 8fel lj-toothache was therespoiiSB of tho Near ber sde will cease to borer incipient B aclsUme Cecae toborsr For ber pspa uul tbe tU Cog gwarttbe gate nop-Come said the lawyer LOW TOURIST HATES I sent litis h m iwtv fully know- Â¬ good naturedly sop thai You will 1 hal do io vidence to my ing that havo plenty of time to lie after you We represent feelings but I dd it for revenge Tho have passed your examination and Companies and the following Insurance For 54750 a Erst class lound trip tietrt solicit your pationage good lor 00 days with stopover piivifceea can ptibisher had enca refused me they been admitted to the bar Texaz bo obtained bom fit Paul to Great Falls Mon sin ul I i ow obs rvj my jiower of sar Siflingi Guardian of London Assets 25603323 00 tana the coming manufacturing centre of tba northwest an OnlySSOOO mwui cisip I waited stsveral weeks with Mueenoi Liverpool 13S3S German of Freeport andrrturS AE51 TDSiS Stmilarr iiltleiringfriil tho publisher but at 216611400 A sick child iu Oaea County anctionaBca juilvatc fafrom points last t tie pi mam liaec It was ac Ky has sirpnss il the foat cf tho Commercial Union of enst and soatb Bates correspondinsly as Jor London 11701193 00 Kill be named to points ia Minnesota and coniaiel b a tcco id joiito note hog human aid otherwise who Firemans Fund of Cal kota 204842 00 Coast or upon Piigst Soand and tha Iadlk saying th itlto poem wasgod bnt sought d simetlon by eating thirty For Inrthe particulars address II K Tnppsr Utotrlct Paasci Agnt 232 Pouth almost too pa he tic fir their purjK s s quails in thirty days Total Fund D Duall 5SI7722 00 Clart Etrvet I iiicno 1 ot IX H Wijuust I got mad then 1 propose I to havo offered hk littlo g ri oencral Pusse Tir Ag Qt bt Paul lUnn if she would 5ffPQweirs office oa Second Street that ivem-- ncbiUiied if as my friend cat a pirlrils every da f r thirty Wnu K nonll say it took a days believing that I lie nourishing and Formans at Bonanza Roller Mills dec28 iy Powsti Fokmanlog 1 w nt at it agai i and I did get it food would do her good Sho ate tho puLlish tL Not only that but it filled birds and gok ihi money but on tho my pck U wi h shekels ao I thongh I twenty six h d iv sho paid the part Â¬ may not have a mneh fame as 1 1 oped ridge louked ao bg an a lurk Go The pnrlnerslilp heretofore existing I should I have n orj foo 1 J ho poom under the llrm name of fribble in lis rorfsa 1 fi rm wa Blount grocers mi First street Rich Â¬ A i enterpris ugelothi r adverlis- Now Use leaves are slowly falUas U riishohed hy mutual Tlie Bonds issued in payment of mb mond Ky guaranteeing a wife to en r man w h Oa the cold damp ground content T J Tribble retirliiK All scription of Madison county to Louisville fuys a suit oi ii tlies Sliis is no iu and Nashville And tbe meadow lark is calllni Railroad due in February claims against the firm should be pre diiccmont at al1 Wlntvotll do fur April July As he hunts around and October 18S7 and 18SS senled to the continuing partner W 5Yr bis hoarse ana cboked np cUlly little thk country befer woul I be a Â¬ M Blount and all debts due Urn firm guar will be paid on maturity at the mate antee of a suit of c othes to ovcry man National Bank Richmond Ky Madison should be paid to him If youd keep In goed condiUia who has a wife fcl7 4t Aad avoid Bll eartbl ms T J Tbjbblk London Tid tiila C D CHENAULT Com tf W M Uloiint Now the leaves are slowlj-- falfiag And the meadow lark 1 ealliag Calling softly calling to bis gentle mate TelliBK her tbe year is dybu Aad tbe Ume hut come forflyine Plyin quickly fi jug to some warmer State Singly or iu twos or throes thoy g allop lhcr wiry littlo horses down tho street lheir lithe upple figtiros erect or swaying slightly as thy sit loosely iu tlu saddle while their stirrups aro i lo i that tlnir kneos aro hardly lunt tin b i ll s mi taut enough ti Icci tin chains from clanking Tliey nis snil r and leis muscular than the woilders of axe and pick but tiny are as hard and self reliant a any moi who over breathed with hro izoi et face a nl keon eyes that look ail tho worll straight in tha fsco with iit firiehiir as they fltsh out from uiilor the broad brimmed Las Pjril and hardship t il bokju by and years of lot weeks of ltr tt il dissipi im draw haggard liis acro s tluir eager facs but iKvrdiu lheir rerklesi eyes nor brea tlioir biaring of defi Â¬ They do not ant solf c mtiildnce walk well p r ly because I hey so r irely do any wori out of the saddle p irtly hoc niso lheir chanerujos or leather overall tlnm when on tho gr u 1 but tlwir ajipaara ica k s rikini for all tlnifai 1 pic urosqu too wKh lheir jingling spurs Ihe big revolvers stuck ii lheir belts and bright silk handkerchiefs knott d loosely aroun I tlidr nclcs over tho onen co 1 irs of tin fl iiiiul shirts Wh ti drunk on he vilinino is whisky of the froni r lowus the cut mad antics rdiiir th ir horses into the saloon firing tin ir pistols right and left fr m Imktcrous ligh hoarlednoss rather than from my vcouhiuss and indulging too often in d adly shooting alTrays brought on ei h r by the atci deu al coniact of th mo n ut or on account rf s l ni 1 ing staidinggrndg or perhaps bjcausj of Ial blond lo twecn two rrclms or localities hut except whil cm s fch sprees they are qiiat rather self contained men per Â¬ fectly frank and simple and oi their own ground truut a stranger wh tho most w hoc 3ulo 1 hospitality doing all in ther ow r for hin a d scorn Â¬ ing to Inks any row ard in return Although rompt lo resent an in jit y they are not at all apt lo lie ru le o outsiders trea ing them with what can 1 iitst be called a gravis ooitrlosy They arc nitili bettor fe lows and ploasanter companions than small s farmers or ngricilturil nor are the mech tiiies and w rkingmou of the great ciies to bu mentioned in tho jamo breaIi Theodore lloostoeit in 1 An KlQcjticut Detoiiftn of a 2tuci Abilsod Class of llirtl Workers with Ohio for Ml Sterling CHURCH DIRECTORY Aslilntid Huntington Charleston W Va and Knsterii tiles FAST LINK Nos 3 and 1 ran via Wln cheterSulld Trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars nelweeu Cincinnati and Richmond Va BAPTIST and Winchester and Waolilngtou I C Through Tickets anil Baggage Checked to Cane Spring Calvintst ist Saturday any destination reached by a railroad For full particulars address or call on any and Sunday Pavtor Rev Wiliam Ru ageutot the Company or pard Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and 8 F B MORSE E H BACON pHsr Agt Uen Trav Passr Agt Sunday Pastor Rev T L Law son lovlngton Ky Lexington Ky Gilcad 4th Saturday and Sunday Pas- Â¬ II E HUNTINQION F BCARR Agt tieul llamiKtr Richmond Ky tor Rev L P Johnson Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding ieneral OITlces Covington Ky Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday Pastor T L Lawson LUKtS HtHt AIL tUi IA1LS Kirksville Brick Churchth Saturday Best Cough Sjrup Tastes good Use and Sunday Pastor Rev Preston Blake uou esiia oj am esisis Republican 1st Saturday and Sunday 02l--E-SiS Pianos and Christie Organs Steinway Sons Hazleton Bros New England and other Pianos Chicago Cottage Organs PIAX0S AND ORGANS FOR HEXT Rent applied as part payme Write For Prices and Tepv -- nnssnsMi I TURNER PARRISH Attorneys At Law RICHMOND KY Special attention jiiveii to ubstructiiig titles in iiuuls in EuMeni Kentucky Ofliee in Climax building S E up Corner Main mid Second Street June Hi tf Mails believe Pisos Cure for Consumption saved my life A H Doweia Editor Enquirer Eden- ton N C April 23 18S7 W 1 LLIJUUQ Attorney at Saaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Hui- F OFFICE with It June iiiini on Fin t Street E T BURNAM Tho bmt Cough Medi cino Is Pisos Ccre FOR Consumption Children tako it without objection By all druggists 25c fJKt niitlit All tlot tAUS BestConehSrap Tastes pood in lime BoklbrdnKrists t iSL2rsr3Yr 1730 and Sunday after 4II1 Saturday Pastor Rev Preston Blaks Richmond tst and 3rd Saturday s and Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each Sabbath Prater meeting Thursday night Pastor Rev Dr Stewart supplyT Richmond Predestinarian Services 2ml Saturday and Sunday and 4th Sunday Pastor Rev E II Burnam Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sundav Pastor Rev L P Johnson Union3rd Saturday and following Sun- Â¬ day Pator Rev J I Wills Vincy Fork 2nd Saturday and Sunday PastorKev J I Wills Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev Pre ton Blake Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ vices 3rd Saturday and following Sundav in each month at 1 1 oclock A M and also 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor hlder M Campbell Â¬ LUKE U M1LVVAII a S and 10 W Main St Lt June 22 lf in llinillHl II I work that ran be performed country willtvMt miIiu lie mm thir hmiKW Vy liberal iv do Hh wmk either sex tuunj Mp111t n Hfeelal ability reiuired you are Marled free fat tins on 10 us im we will send you f n e orreul vnlth mid Importance t will -- tart you in boiiu iK nhioli yotiih mre money rlzhtawav u the world brand Add Augusta Maie nov ewTnwils i 1 11 lllnnlllii lYiryMTin h revot ai 111 wrviriii uuilig ll U 11 Iilf reiitin r liMLI HimniK miT 7 pv- - n lhlsefiH air ts asa Richmond CATHOLIC days Haley Services M 10 ICO Â¬ c Attorney at J A SULLIVAN Eastim- inr7 Cm - A and 3rd SunPastor Rev Father 1st sn li RkC 3k-- mm s 9111 BOM 4S - 4 R 111 F 1 i IS IS IT I - hanr RICHMOND KENllCKY OFFICE ii Fin t street same as formerly occupied by County JuiIkc oct6 ly Miller DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding Saturday Ptor Elder J C WaMen 5th Sunday PatorEld J W Harding Glade 4th Sunday ami preceding Saturday Pastor Eider Colier Kirksville 2nd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Elder Jo- eph Rallew Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sundays and preceding Saturdays Sabhath school 10 A M Paetor Elder B C Hagerman Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and Saturday preceding 3rd Sundav Pator Elder L II Reynolds Richmond Services every Sunday Sunday school at 910 A M Prayer meeting Wednesday evening Pastor Prof C P Williamson Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ day Pastor White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor Elder L H Rej nobis Â¬ - JLttoroegCS T J SCOTT - 3ai CTII iiiaiiiMiT ltsnasistiti 1 iKBMKWnil itf iasaiMs 7 11 9 5J Kll S S Ti mil 7 11 at HS Wsl S W11I HCvH IaaT7tr Ifd H55fi JttllRUUL 1 124 114 II K ij 11 II M K IT IS 34 layutii- - m W s 7 4 BICHMOND KY Olllce on Second Strict June 22 tf Attorixey at KY RICHMOND Ofiice on Second Street POWELL ggfHg fThfli TViTYT P3Bai4 T1 iMIMHI-tlr-L- ii B 1 i 11 1 ban mas 34i Jem I lB llllll s a 1 Sr a iM3- i Stc I ni is 4 14 tr - Jt MlIlXUllUM laaCT Tns siasx raans 2IJ4 3SU M 17 911 WCT14 VTWll ia -- irsn an j me 22 if -- TTtia 4it - In Minli oii counties ami Iu the Conrt ot Apxnl- Olllce Iu Master Commissioners Attorney atami adjoining Xaw Will practice AJ REED Cincinnati Thi Eotlra Inaianapolis and HTl TtTltlirclf REAL ESTATES Cincinnati Curs end Sleirant Tta Cara on liight Tralruj SSaBmiflcantFaxlT Cars on Day Trains J estwes cltnlng- - OHIOAC3 0 Klllt ullaaaSl8ilxT Tntm r LAFAYETTE C ALT -- - HOUSE KY M EPISCOPAL Richmond Protestant Services everv Sunday morning and evening and on Friday evening Pastor Rev W Y Sheppard LOUISVILLE in Cair JSOI3 IfSXIC METHODIST Centenary E 1st Sunday morning and 4th Sunday morn- Â¬ Prayer meeting every al ternate Wednesday night Sundav school cry Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F ci Hilt M St Louis College The Largest ami Finest II tha city 2 ing and night Rates 50 to 4 Per 1 Day 1 INSURANCE J lab-u-or- tout and KtTralMl Â¬ Mm bout-iTl-- POWELL F0RMAN Fire limuraiicc tlEt Â¬ According to rrKinis College Hill M E South 2nd SunTurkish and Kussian 13 day morning and night Praier meeting Hotel every alternate Wednesday nilit Sun day school every Sunday morrinPas- - oci26 ly ior iev u tr ware Kirksville Pastor Rev S W Peeples Providence istand3d Sunday morn- Â¬ ings Pastor Rev J A Henderson S-EB-EIRichmond South Sunday school DS T J Scott Superintendent Services 930 every 2nd and 4th Sunday mornings at 11 A M and every Sundav night at FIELD 7P M Pastor Rev 1 A Henderson Largeat andkRtot complete stx- rRESBYTERlAH B Central- Kentucty Our motio Bethel Meeting House 2nd and 5th Goods and Lowest Consistent Pr c Sundays PCARROM Formans Chapel 4th Sunday Main st Kirksville 1st and 3rd Sundays Pkstor KT Lexinc nn iy RevWm Crow Richmond First Services every Sun- Â¬ day Prayer meeting Wednesday nights RichmondSecond Services 1 1 A M and 3 P M Pastor Rev Hamilton Silver Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ days SJrt Front room over Ford 2nd end 4th Sundays 1030 A for rent Apply to Whites Cliff M and 4 P M Sunday school 3 P M janii 11 W G WH T Pastor Rev L H Blanton D 1 unucr Â¬ GBASS AHD 1 72JftW Ojffice for Reat f Bewanlml HADlSOX COUNTY DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT Errs Dissolution Notice laifli Judge J R Morton Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brons ton Master Commissioner J R Burnam Clerk W H Miller TIME OK HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT lk twill nnltatp fi 4 rKiiu ft vm HI an ulrl my n dotlaiaa month Il la ty for lnekennd upAvnnlft per das wti m iueiowotk Bliher ex yong or Kv tat not need w start you new jo snti ability mureuorreader can do H as well nkuimiiir inn imnicuiMi- - lfito iiim are tl ose wto and honorabl- - imp e J I X c L hiij Bois Ma tue nc Third Monday in March aad Septem- Â¬ ber COMMON -- PLEAS COURT Judge T J Scott Master Commissioner S E Scott Clerk W H Miller TIME OF HOLDING COMMON PLEAS COURT First Monday in January 1st Monday in June and 3rd Monday in October m Wosuiers exist In th i ia but are urv of inniloii re iu men 04 pniDwiinc - ncan be done while living hi home sn -f ii oiicf5uu ineir HiltreH iuilmi full jsj v jrVT mfmJ9NlltfBIKI - ll tt M liAlit lirfnll- - S tO Jtlf tM l IltV AtMl OUWH U vtsrei lliey Hve Yon are freePlt r sjiTi rsvi l lma iris in mauD s er Uib iiiiiii AUsuc DUFS IW D rlM i -- htlt mI - DOVW I THE CLIMAX Supplement adopted We apjifove the eall of a Con Â¬ vention of lle partv to meet in Slate Convention Ht liOUt Ville on the 2nd day of Iay nexl to ehom e an electoral ticket to im1 delegates to the Nation al Iteiaildieau Convention at Chicago the M of June ami prepare for a thorough organization of ihe Itcpubli caii party of Kentucky in view of the approaching Presidential campaign 2nd We re attirm the jMiti eI prin- Â¬ ciples enunciated in tlie last Presi deulinl Mini Stale platforms am look hopelnlly to a time in the near future when they s4iall triumph ami our ad Â¬ ministration lie elected oy tlie Ameri- Â¬ can iieotile to carry litem into full effort Tlie ineaiMtciiy of tlie party now in power wisely to manage either State or national affair anil their disregard of the be- - interests of the peo Ile have lieen hi marked a to aure us tlii- - hoe will lie realized in the next Presidential election 3rd We instruct iKir delegates to vote for the Hon John Jtennett for deleuale to the National Con ven lion from tlie Sth Congressional District and Hon W O ltradley fordeieKate foi State at larxe llh We appoint hi delegate to the Louisville Convention tlie following Phil Richmond A It 1 Surinam Koberts J W Jaiierton 1 P Bal lard Sam H Stone Green B Miller Alternates 15 T lluruaiu Jmihki Ben- Â¬ nett J Sjeed Smith Joim J Jen nett Henry Haigis and Madi ou Camp- UliaililllOUpIV On the first of this week there were four freight boats of stoneware tltat left the mouth of Drowning Creek to go up the REPUBLICAN OOXVEXTIOX Kentucky River to Beattyville Booneville f Madron county and Jackson About two car loads by At a meeting RciHlMtetitM lleld Ht tile Court house Bautnetark Zittle and CorneUson This in JtleliHiond hi Saturday April 21st shows how we need a railroad through 1888 Gen ahM M Clay waw eleeted this section There is no end to the sand Chairman mnl John Taylor Secretary and potters clay of the best quality and e re Â¬ all would be shipped out if we had any The folhiwiHK resolutions ported by O V Huruain JS n and transportation Vote for the railroad J O lt foxtowx Corn planting day id the order of the Georgia has been Million- - Mr Haynee of visiting at Mr G B Notwithstanding weather fruit injured i- the very unfaviH-a-lil- thought to be un- Â¬ e Win Oldham has gone to Frankfort treated for to hear Sam Jouee ami rheumatic gout 1 Several nice ftsh have been taken from tlie river at Clays terry and sttll the fun gne hi AI Half Fare KxciirMons Ry Kankakee The C I St Ij Line will sell round trip ticket to many point in Minnesota Dakota Nebraska Khiihns Arkan HK Texa ami New Mexico at One Fare for the Round Trip Excursion date i for lhe We4 North west and Smith went are March 20th April 3 ami 24th May 3 and 22ml June 5 and 19th 1SS8 Tickets will lie good tot return thirty day except to Texas and Arkansas which will lie good sixty tlaya For full in formation 4eae apply to nearest agent C I St Ij C Ry J C Tueker G W P A 121 Ran Â¬ dolph St Chicago III C S LaFollelte W P A Im Fay Â¬ ette Iml J H Martin D P A S E Cor WanliingtiHi and Meridian Sta Iudian apoli Iml John Kgau Geti Ps m Tkt Agent Ciuejiimiinuti O 21 mar Sin To get a Firrs CUtsiVait is in our Co jpersbve Class 8Sf WAY FIBE THfc illS AT THt LOWEST CASH PRICES SIJ olcl i Week Tliottsands of the best 80 Watch ever made are soil- Â¬ ing in our Co operative Clubs Tbisia the B m CUenprm Hoi CuHrmtrnt and nnly cooperative System of scilinR watches The watches are American lever btetn Winders containing eery esscnikil to occurucy unt durability ana hae in addition nomeruu patented Â¬ nnprovements found ill l oilier watcn They are absoluely the only Mand lymmmrmf rr m nil made m the World and aru Jeweled throughout with UKSVXHK RUBlli i The fa the strongest and lt4snt str M simplest made They art ful y rtputl for ap MMllsr the fmwtffter ftccnrafdttribiUtjt Sff Arrvicr t nn 75 Wntrh Onrco operatieC1ub3ystcni brings them within the rach f every one sil WATCH Bo- - KEYSTONE CLUB SO Ire Â¬ I am prepared to deliver ice to any Thornton whose lllne Dr J hhi mentioned in a prevHru letter part of the citv regularly or on short -ami who wax thought to he recovering notice Will make contracts for supph ing families offices business houses shops N again tpiite low and other places Orders left a Dykes Dr SexMiiith called lo the bed grocery on Second streeet will receive Mr FMhaek prompt side of hih father-in-laattention in Clark comity last week Tlie old J E Dykes aprii tf Vcs8jif mch W PO FkHa Pa T rrfar to uy Cos- - ASENTS rl IWMTfED Mtncr Olrha i onstantiy Tenting Join Yo w and Save Hoaey Ota ChestaiHt St Bir hvc Agencies in WE WANT ACEfT3 hi Â¬ u 6m evert lare City CVCSYWHERE BEiTJTIFlr YOLIl LAWDb gentleman m daugeiously sick Mr Joini Shearer will ad vert Ne for a farm either for sale or rent lo and WWOrEarvEnnuTED TRUSS Why HE from which there is no road till tbu HesV Johnnie DRIMMHJK lr Corn is scarce G F Edwards left here this morning 2d Ht for home visited this place on business will locate in this vicinity AM AGENT FOR lHE W EASIEST Bl WEARING TRUSS ii Em tli Call andtjee it W G WllITK Piescriptioii Druteist niu28tf near Garnett Hou e I Lji M ralented March 31 ST Patton Lyttte has bought land here and F0LD1N8 LAWN SETTEE New kihhIk from New York an ex known He lierienoed trimmer from Cincinnati as the great 1oliticUner The Peer of all Lawn Scats hell luaise reiini hed ami every thing lies Rev J G Parsons left here a few davs ami neat M Clay FoXTOWX Win Baxter C First street Above ertt roprrsnts our patented ItlKS J F Stonr Settee The only Srfee ever made that Abraham Gum llenj ago oa his way to Virginia and will be Alternatestf gone some time on a preaching tour will adjust itself so uneven ground ChetMiuit tor plwire or Light durable handsome and strong Union William A Powell Alter- Â¬ Messrs G E Lilly and Thomas King All travelers either Im iiiews agree in this That fur con Â¬ Painted bright red and ornamented Talbntt nate W passed through this place a few days ago Fricos Settees 139 and 238 venient trains complete ami Chairs St SO Eiiibton W D Uetier L G on their war to McKee to look after some equipment splelidhl voachetf eiegant tpikk They allHookers 9M oueh - ami II Owens fold fiat Or ikkAlternate land near McKee which is becoming it id iKfifeet MMd hed the C I St K O GrinWead John Moore lfecp If your dealer dont keep them ask very valuable on account of the vast time Kfciikakee Line ii the him to order tor you from A l Ky YATMB Geo W Parkes T J Ooyle amount ot coI in that section Your cor L eetliest safest and liest road lie AlESaiCAM FOLDING CHAIR CO and J M Hendren Alternates W respondent would say having Tsonal 1301 to 1323 N Maia St ttwtt country it cannot he tweeii Cineiiiuati ami ChiCKo H Bennett John Kennedy and Hen know ledge of ST mollis Jt apr18 ot Why is it that beat for coal and timber son Rodes apr4 8m Dodge Dintel the R R has not been made V Gl AliB L Alternates P Moore ami K Moral A race Iiralle D Dodge J BurlettaiMl Cha Irvine Â¬ KiKKSVHlit Jerome 0UHi Wal Â¬ ltiwtou Itnlletiu KKCOKU 210 ler Itennett ami George Denny Al- LIVE STOCK MARKET REPORT BROTHER TO YUBA 2Hi Henderson Wheeler II G ternates CO By IJJVKH IIATKK Jones and James Jloss U v Mock Commisstoii Meietutnts at Cincin By Harold nati Uniou Stork Yards am CovlORton PooSKY John P Long Alternate Â¬ ards bumts IrtwH HraHt Millinery a lieek-aiid-lie- Â¬ Â¬ All kinds of Ladies Misses and Childrens Kid Kangaroo Dongola and Goat Shoes at Jack Free- YAZOO I 1st lam by Belmont J N Bnatddwn Mmnbrino Chiof 2d Million W D Sanders Alter Â¬ Cincixsati Ohio Aran 25 188S nate Wm Taylor SHIPPING CATTLE RoelMtck 3d Harses Sli4 Itewdved TJiat the prs ediiig of Good to Extra 4 75 4 65 Whip 4th llil- - meeting Ite printed in Tub Climax rair to Good 4 401 4 10 Road Hooee Trotterx ami Ruunere Will stand at Silver Greek Ctitswon and Rough 1S 4 00 sIhmI in any manner desired and Register liewwpers AdJoHmetl j 4 00 Madison county Ky at 440 To 4 35 C M Ciay liahman I have an extra lot of to Good Oxen Fair 3 25 3 75 Living Colt For fur Common and Rough Johx Tayir Secretary - ym 3 00 seeoml Krowth timlier for repairing all Insukk A tlier particulars address us at Sil BUTCHER CATTLE kind of veliMe- - ReimlriiiK maehlii WACO ver Creek Good to Extra All work guaranteed 4 35 ery a specialty 42 CO 4 00 4 is Shop Imck of Jnokss drug more T S BURN AM Mr MoIHe Berryman died on the 19th Fair to Good Extra Fat Steers 4 oaQ 4 it SfehJy S L MIDKIFF wife of Dillard Berryman feb29 3 m 10 uoon ateere rair 3 75f 3 V 3 75fc 4 8S Mia Bessie BaumstarK and Miss Emma Good to Extra Cows W H Kelley will latild you a Rood Fair to Good Cows 3 3 75 Poer have opened np their new stock ot Common Cows THE FAMOUS MULE JACK man in town iHtose elieaiier than 26 2 IS millinery in the new store here Rough Cows and Oxen I 2C 2 OO mar7 tf BULLS Rev Fred Grider preaches at Bybee DtineliHi will make you as good a s cow 1 t town Church 5th Sunday in this month nest anipmmr Best Boloena htuotv or carriage hh can lie lmijht Will make the present season at the t 4o3 7s instead of the 1st Sunday in May Fair Bologna 2 qttib 2 75 any where in America apr4 tf stahleaof W J Cnllinf three miles eat of Richmond on the Union City Robert Elkfct formerly ot this county Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin 1 Intve a leinedy guni uiteed to cure tdke WK from Chester S C is vtMting FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Chicken Cholera and other diseases Elkin his soa near this place He says Good Extra Steers 4 24 4 50 amotiK fowl- - I will refund the money good down South Fair lo Good Steers the male trade has been 3 75 H uu in every case where the remedy fails Payable at time of Mrvfee with privi- Â¬ Kjooa to extra lieilers this spring 3 003 3 25 W G White lege of returning any lime during the Common and Thin Stockers 2 25 2 75 Prescription DrngW Our little town k on a boom as we are penon should mure prove not to he in COWS AND CALVES inarSStf foal Uring along jnur mare and n N 21 St near Garnett Hnuee looking for the railroad and we will have Best Grades 00 4 william If you wnnt n good mule colt a turnpike road from here to the mouth of Fair to Good 30 0040 00 DoneVoii Uses Ihe tiest material that WJ J 8 COLLINS Red River as we had an enthusiastic Common 15 0025 00 the market aflnnls and the best work- Â¬ mar7 2m 6 turnpike meeting at College Hill on the Best Veal Calves 4 75 4 up mine btit the best 4 joa 5 55 men He put from C L Searcy Fair to God 14th rast Spe 1 Common and Heavy 2o 00 work Hbggtep carriages etc made 4 and Dr J Ars and others Elected apr4 tf SPRING LAMBS to order Call on him SULE HOUSE President Dr J Ay Extra officers as follows 10 00 era Stcretari and Treasurer C L Sear common to oood Â¬ Kanka8 ooit 00 Ry The C L St HOGS cy Directors Geo W Gnnstead W D kee Line with H connections makes House and Lot on Estill Avenue for c jtffl r 8j Rucker David Chenault Sr C L Sear Select Butchers the faMest time from Cincinnati to sale Apply to A C Glowers or V c 4rrtt 1 Fair to Good Packers 70 c Rev Fred Grider Enough money was Council Willis Omahn St Paul Min Â¬ Good to Extra Lights c 40 56 G White at Drug Store made up to run from here to College Hill Light Pigs 35 neapolis and the West ami North- Â¬ iat OU west nr LjAiwgs and will begin work here jan25tf npr18 ot i 5uld 4 nuuiio aiiu c - mans aprl8 3t hj YOUm E0EGE At 5 i he Season 000 Â¬ 0t LC LF0B ori i GARDEN CITY KANSAS CONCERNING FARMERS Iioi dOr a Kentucky horse won the readers of your paper the race at Memphis Friday Doubtless Pociiliontns the mare that Bonner would like to bear from tlie above point which is situated on the North paid 35000 for many years ago is Until cured for medical services in all curable cases and in no case bank of the Arkansas River 402 miles alive aged 29 years It has never will our bill be more than half that usually charged by skilled Southwest of Atchison 419 miles from been possible to get her in foal iu Willis We are working for a reputation in this locality specialists Kans as City 67 miles east of the Colo Â¬ which Bonner has been very unfortuWill remain 13 days returning every GO days line and 216 miles from nate as a colt from her would be valu- Ilouse Richmond Ky rado Btate Queen City of the South- able indeed as she is by Ethan Allen Cure of All Forms of Piles and Rectal Diseases Guaranteed Pueblo west is the name which has been giv- Â¬ dam of the famous pacing tnaro 1och en to our youtiR and prosperous city houtus Nature is true she displajs uer signs and and it deserves the lofty name for Lucky Baldwius string of flyers signals the approaih of the grim enemy of Look sharply into your mir- Â¬ only a few years ago where the en route to the spring meeting East life disease DOCTOR STUART jnd deceived for town site now Is was the home of the while on the road the train met with Specialis of the rors be notmean weaknessthese signs Tha eminent nervousness buffalo wild horse and antelope two accidents one at Yucca resulting different Hospitals N Y City symptoms wakefulness indigestion head Â¬ irritability -Starting from a settlement of less than in no damage the oilier at u point has hU na inc ster aches forgetfuiness partial HOUSE nbty melancholy hysteria paralysis con- Â¬ a dozen ten years ago it lias become west of Ash Fork Ariz where a draw AT THE WILLIS tne sumption catalepsy St Vitus wasting fits de- Â¬ The Doctor is agraduareut dance a city of the secong class and enjoy head was drawn and the curs contain leading Colleges and has been Man rangements insanity and suicide ing a certainty that in a few jears it intj the horses flew the track Stewof the best ladies especially young ladies are so timid connected with 3 be a great city It has a popula- Â¬ art Harold iu charge of the horses Hospitals on the continent as and excessively modest that they hesitate will tion of 8000 inhabitants now There j states that several sustained injuries his diplomas and certificates and put off calling on a physician until they will show and has been Highly can be no discount about this growing and ppruiii iu the joiuls but not suf Honored by other Colleges and are past curing Mothers should learn more of their daughters ailments banish to be one ot the most thriving cities ficient to prevent them frnin being Universities as well from their minds a dread of examination for is sur- Â¬ entered in the race Hehas ladies do not have to tell their complaints The finest of the in the Southwest because it His Reputation i Internatio rounded by 19000 square miles of as Mock Volume Wondeilund and Lil practiced nearly a quarter of a century He to Dr Stevart no unpleasant ques- Â¬ are asked no objectionable examina Â¬ the Eye ant liar all good hind as the globe can produce Iltu who me entered iu the largest treats all diseases of Chronic Diseases and tions are made no painful local treatments tions Specific Nervous question of the Eastern people is stake ure all right The in most cases ladies can use Deformities of men ami women He never are given invariably What have you to make The Fanners Kliifumss Se il fnm asks a patient his disease but by a peculiarÂ¬ our local remedies themselves where it is method reads and tells eery disease com- needed The question is very easi- - pmy if Kellucky lus a big city orsaIlIzi better than the Chronic Vaginal Iicucorrlioca Jy answered ny any pernui wiiona WUu j w prt1t President T O plication and symptom patient can and that without akmg a ques been here long euougli to form a sen- Â¬ Hnbiusoii Vic President and It Pen tion It is Is one of the most common di Â¬ sible opinion There are no stumps to liixlni srCieMri allj Treasurer The seased to which females are obnox- Â¬ TRULY ASTONISHING Even physicians wonder at it and take ious few escaping an attact of it at lie pulled no clearings to be made no Boaid Diieciurs is compiled of h critical cases to him for a linal decision some period of their lives Thous Â¬ rock to be blasted out of the way and D Glt T C it lM i B G Prewitt How The question with them is no swamps to contend with The soil I C Vanmeler hih I J Quisenberry Does great It The internal part of a ands of women let the disease run He Do has been giveu a fair trial and the The cupltal iucK is 10000 divided patient seem to be as clear and plain to him from year to year rather than sub- Â¬ production of com oats wheat and into shales if 1011 racli all of which as the external but just how he obtains such mit to treatment from a doctor and his patients con- Â¬ rye and all kinds of grasses can not haj been taken and Imlf of which has a marvelous know ledge ofunderstand or be the disease is devoloped into ulcer- Â¬ surpassed in any country Any been mhl in Must ol he slock is held dition tono one seems to he does it in e erj ation of the uterus which is much be able describe That In the chronic city is dependent on the surrounding iu this cHiut 1 lie couipuiy has case no one doubts Some seem to think harder to cure country for its success and good farm- Â¬ purchased of George M Goosey about that the Doctor is gifted with supernatural form of the disease the patient ex- Â¬ could give ordinary ing countries always produce success 8J aeies of lmd on ihe C and O road powers that no descriptionsman strangers as periences a colorless or whitish disof such remarkable ful cities Beiug over 200 miles from a neir the LexuiKiou pike for which he does Be that as it may this curious charge from the vagina varying in competing point and surrounded by a they pmd SlbOO cash fhey will at feature of his practice alone is bringing quantitj and of a bland character flue farming country Gardeu City is once pioceed to erect a warehouse him thousands of grateful patients many of generally having an acid reaction his wonderful diagnos Â¬ I have seen it of a brownish color bound to succeed and become a whole- Â¬ build a swileh eic The edifice will whom declare that in peforming cures is tic skill and power and acid excoriating the edges of the This city first started be provided with the mos approved sale center Positively Miraculous If the discharge is ver from two families who did much to muchiiieiy for cleaning blue grass teed The most skeptical pre convinced and as- Â¬ vulva profuse considerable weakness i aid in rearing the town to its present and will have a cupMCity of nearly tonished Sufferers from Nervous Debility and induced with great weariness after standing The people of the South Â¬ 1000 bushels ier day This will be Blood Diseases and complaints of either sex Aching In the back and west are indebted to such men as Jims the largest uilu of ihe kind in the requiring Special Treatment cured in a few exertion J Jones John A Stevens V D Ful- Â¬ State and will control Ihe trade ol davs or weeks about interfering with their loins and after the discharge ha continued long dyspeptic S3mp ton J It Holmes and others for the Central Kentucky Winchester Sun work toms appear nervousness lassitude HUNDREDS Or MEN interest they hjianifesteil in help Â¬ Iu Hie burning of Senator Stanfurds are afflicted with benifnal Weakness Sper- Â¬ ing to make UiiiTlowii and country a stables iu California lust Wednesday matorrhea and Impotency brought ou by and palpitation of the heart Uterine Lcticorrhoea suoees A few years ago Garden Cit the following bu es weielost ChIi arums causes such as veneral excesses and diseases occupations requiring a straining Or Whites is a term applied to a small village but by the foruiu Brlle four was uld dam Clui especially the un ieurs designate the Uterine from Vaginal aid of iudu trious and energetic men loel by Abdullah Star 2 20 Kexfoid and stoopine position and natural abuses of the sexual functions the grown to be one of the most three tills has dam Jtebeccu by Gen soli rARY HABIT so often indulged in youth LeucorrhcaaJ and is the result of 3 eui old morbid action of the lining mem- Â¬ h ithout knowing the terrible results important places West of Kansas City Beiilou 224 Maiden Look this matter oung man Stop The e bountiful benefactors are pniiid dam Mary Queen by AlexunderV square in the face think consider what you brane of the Uterus and Vagina both combined That either ol to see this place in such a flourishing Noriuuu 2 28 Norniiiine yearling are duni Waste no time and money with finclitinn and the growth of tbis duni Normal by Alexanders Norman ignorant or unskilled pretenders who tnic these portions may be thus effect- Â¬ with you month after month treating symp Â¬ ed we should naturally expect from coming metropolis is indebted to them O SI I mUi lliu lt li i toms only w ith Bromide of Potassium com- Â¬ mem- Â¬ T C Adams April 10 18S8 Troubador Lowell and Howard Two pounds that impoverish your blood deadens the anatomical fact that the con- Â¬ brane lining of both cavities is horses are el alive but they are badly jour nerves stupefy your mind and relieve tinuous and in ail eases of vaginal PAYMENT OF F1IKGED CHECKS burned They are Palo Alto dam nothing but your pocket hook Such pois- Â¬ leucorrhrua of long standing the onous drugging Dame Winnie by Plant 2201 and uterus becomes more or less invoh MAXES YOU WORSE deliver- Â¬ MaiiZHiiila diim Mayflower by St The following opininion was We can prove by hundreds of cases on ed with ulceration of the neck of Clifton record lhat bromide mixtures so often given the uterus ed by Judge Barbour of the Appellate Clair fastest to diite 21G All the S3mptoms of Belle one of the mares lhat perished for its and lost manhood seldom if ever Court lust week cure its but almost always dbstrov man vaginal leucorrhoea are seen in tin First If a bank pays a forged cheek was Hve ems old had a record of itooli and run the minu Bromide of uterine variety the nernous symp- Â¬ drawn upon it to an iuiioeeiit holder 224 and was valued ul S10000 Uex Potassium and Gelserainum are the main toms are increased hysteria in all who has paid for the check the bank furd was five years old hud a record of remedies used Given for seminal weak- Â¬ its forms is produced by this di- Â¬ c control SYMPTOMS CAUSE or can not afterwards recover the money 224 aod was about the same value ness them to They never touch thewhile you sease inability to sleep a sense of take The drawee is bound to know Kurmaiue though only tun years old effect a CURE of him 1 he unhappy vicnm goes on heat and weight in the pelvis The the drawers signature and having was considered worth 20000 A year from bad to worse reaching at last the most hypogatrium becomes tent and admitted its genuineness by pacing ago she made the fastest time on rec Â¬ deplorable and horrible condition uf human- Â¬ sensible to the touch The womb A Lost Mind a helpless the check is estopped to afterwards ord for a yearling 231 It is believed ity imaginable maniac made so by the seems to press down on the pere idiot or raving deny it to the detriment of an inno Â¬ that Azinore and Hiuda Uose were hi action of these poisons on the blood and uium The patient experiences pait of the stable which burned The brain as well as by the disease In fact dragging about the loins extending cent third party Second Even if the rule were latter had a three- - ear old record of these remedies are worse eTen than the to groins hip sacrum and thighs Let Them Alone 50U0 had been refused for disease otherwise ttie bank could not recover 218 and In all such cases we guarantee a speedy There is a frequent desire to pass case on account of its delay her She whs seven j ears old In this Standing and moving tre restoration to healthy strong and vigorous water Microscopical examinations of very painful four months in making the discovery The track at Ihe Kentucky Associa manhood This state is ire We urine made in all of the forgery In Midi a case it is mil tion is iu peifect condition and the the kxpkhimknTs andthese casesfailures make quently accompanied by a nausea We very few so necessary for t lie holder to show that twli hundred and thirty horses in train Â¬ guarantee all curable cases lassitude and molaire sometimes li- - has been iniired by the delaj The ing present a beautiful sight in their Electric Medication and the NEW method by pains in the joints morning work On account of the TKkATMtNT enables us to effect wonuufcl law presumes damage For weak and feeble women and Third A check drawn payable to a unprecedented number of horses iu CUKES those who are not in a condition to DISEASES OF WOMEN ficticious payee is in the bauds of a training who haie not gone South Doctor Stewards Every maid wife and mother who has rear a fumihy hwiri filp holder who acquired it iu the Association has undertaken the dragged an aching back and head through WOMANS FRIEND will prove a ignorance of the fact in eflect a check construction of one hundred and weary years deserves our utmost sympathy blessing indeed Nearly e three the most careful and may depend on getting paable to bearer and may be m treat twenty fetalis additional Half of skillful and successful medical treatment thousand ladies have called or sent It ed by the holder Therefore where these have been completed aud the that can be givn Twenty jears study and for it and used it successfully the hank the drawee of such a check remainder will be finished the coming practice in diseases of women both in is the greatest remedy known in which lias been forged pays It to the week The immense stabhuir fucili- - Europe and America has convinced me Europe or America for Female that eight out of ten American women suffer innocent holder it cannot recover the ties of the city of Lexington and the from some of the following complaints weakness call now befokk it is too money of the latter upon the ground uew improvements will afford ample p cuuar to the sex Irregularity of the men- Â¬ late Extrordinary oases requires he had no title by reason uf the fact room for 400 horses expected to as ses too free too scant or painful leacorrhea Â¬ extrordinary skill and experience ulwhites Health and strength will make that the indorsement of the payees semble here on May 7 on which date cerations vaginitis metriti endometritis the falling of displacements was forgery the Association a maguillcent pro womb anteiersion retroversion laterover you happier and more independant name on the clHk The foreuoiiiR decision whs rendered gramme consisting of four stake races jon ante and retroflexions producing con ihan money stud yourown inter- Â¬ in the ca e of the Deposit Bank ot includiug the two great colt and filly stipation or produced by it uterine ami est delays are dangerous the Doc- Â¬ Georgetown vs Second National Bank trial race embracing the best of Ken Â¬ ovarian tumors fibroma and sarcoma cystsÂ¬ tor will give jou an honest opinion cancers of the womb or its appendages freTo these four quent or scanty urination with burning of the curability of your disease of Lexington The checks referred to tuckys youngsters stakes 3700 are added One hun- Â¬ jour terms will be made satisfactory were those forced by John Wolf son dred horses now at the Memphis meet Â¬ smarting or itching tenderness of soreness to all of Omntv Clerk Wolf who was sent ing will arrive here after the bloating and backache eruptions the skin meeting Consultation and Examination to the penitentiary for Ills crime and Arrangements are being made loae pimples blotches brown pts yellow spots or to ecape was shot by the commtdate a tremendous utteudauce red spots greasy pastv waxy of chlorotic free Offlce hours from 8 A m to attempting skin the appearances and diolorations Lexiugton Drummer p guards and killed Lexiugton Press withbuiior dark urcles around the eyes 8 at Â¬ Â¬ TO THE SI6K oe Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ -- thiee-eurs-o- ld Â¬