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Twflw IWJSSJSJMWTBS w h VM 4 fesSS I Z -- - -- ill 3 g f - VOLUME I STORIES OF ELEPHANTS Tlie aneieiiU who are sparing in their praise of the clog by far the larger part of Iho world has always abhorred him as the very type of uncleanness could Hot speak too highly of the ele- Â¬ phant The elder Pliny who was a diligent collector of anecdotes rather than an oberm surpasses himself when he treats of this animal He places him as Unquestionably next to man Intelligence obedience memory ambition affection honesty prudence ami justice arc among the catalogue of virtues which ne hStribes to these crea- Â¬ tures He even declares that they are religious worshiping the stars the sun and the moon an assertion in which he is followed by Piutareli and JEliftu The stories which he Ulls of thoir sa Â¬ gacity and aptitude for acquiring ao eottipiishments are marvelous That they should go through the motions of a dance or a gladiatorial combat is cred- Â¬ ible Busbeoq tells of one which he himself saw in Turke- - that danced and played at ball But our faith is taxed when we road of four olephants walking on tight ropes carrying another iu a litter Yet the testimony of the ancients as to this particular ac Â¬ complishment is very strong Possibly the funambulism of olephants is one of the 1 wt arts of antiquity Writing also is ai aecoiuplisdiment which we fear the animal no longer acquires Mucianu ths friend of Vespasian knew of an animal which could write a Greek hexameter not however out of its own head and we have a palhotic story of one which having been boatcu for being somewhat backward in its reading for tlie elephants own the human trait of having dunces among them was found diligently conning its task by night It was however in a sterner character lhan that of dancer or scfadar that antiquity best knew the He was a most formidable elephant implement of war The Carthaginians were the first so to utilize him in Euro- Â¬ pean warfare and it is a remarkable fact that they and they only have been able to educate the African sjieeies of the racj for hitman uses It may bj doubted indeed whether the military utility of the animal compen Â¬ sated for the enormous expense and trouble which he mutt have caused If Ilauiiibal had not lost all his elephants but owe almost before he began his cam aign he would certainly have found it impossible to feed them Their use in- Â¬ deed in Wetern warfare has not been One of the latest occasions frequent of their employment seems to have been bv the Emperor Caudius when he invaded Britain iu the third year of his reign They arc still found but for show rather than ue in the military But it is establishments of the E clear that they c mil not eist iii the London face of the at in of precision The liovtrm In Whleh thn Ilnjo Animals AVerr Hold by tlie Ancient How He A LAWYERS EICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APEIL STORY 11 1888 NUMBER 43 u A w SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY A machine of one hone power T1 Irop 27000000 watctHW ge4g Type made from papr is the A process has heea jvtcntcJ ui England hy which Urge type cm be aiade ftw jndp It is admitted by foreign olectri r in that the jtrngress mshUj m the TTi nl Si nes in the use of electricity is far in advance of that of any other Z3 rrrrrnteit ytturc lrnnit Woman From Suing for a Dlrnroe lVet norclty i a i ipcp on injurious ineeets J- - A Lintner placed the total of insect species in the world r Of these found in the United a fruit pests bv 7Jea t or SOW art the apple and 210 atuk a 3 v Sriraits claim that a title mill 1 J it the Bay of Fniwly would VYMlOuO horse power twelve p n -1 - a lnv litis distributed elect ri a J sold to every State in the r U- - i would save the coal supply v lit limes the pressure of an arte t -- f w of water results from a gas j cin in9tcnl of from a hifh head Dakota for instance bag cJ na ik r -artesian wells 1000 feet deep to 2S0 pounds pressure but u j are no hijh places near by to give t fc a 1 of water The Elcrtrtcal Meviete says that the s ncss of the lightning rod is be i n Sii generally miirstood that c t sz nt- - find their vocation a trying e Kwfr and fewer rods are ntantt 1 each year and the day will f c me when a lightning rod on a house Im ri yarded in the same liht as a is L ix ovci a mans door I t5 said that the big cattle ranches of h far Wr t and Southwest are I m ig up A jearago the Niobrara Iiti ill uid Catbj Cpany whh h I i w inie linkrapt refused 10UQ-- iis properti Instead of theb 1- - ei swallowing the ittle one t s thought that the teidewcy is i tTTiii the breaking up of the big riv Vs into Miialler ones lose from three to nix i fif en ta weight during the HrC four ti s x dsj lj the seventh day H should I iv jnmed its arth weignt lroin that o fifth month it ought to gain a ir fii c oiincei per week or aliout f i I i hnis a day after the tifth inotith u f inr drachma a day at the fifth i u oight to have doubled Us t - riht and in iteen tMiwth ji 1 it l cieniieal explasiation of Ire--- - Utre- - i that it i due to to - u c ubi enee p4atoe T1 ii a healthful luxury this ftxnl a pplie Ux little nutritimi to pipe other thin in a half-Tr a id dis Htiied eonlilion It IJc therefore that Irelands v - n Kl Ite sreatiy ro luctMi if the r soil ainl eiimaUt were ap j J t the growth if nutritive cereals rv of the lHbTS TI i Htet idea in the direction of rij if foot wear is a shoe made t v tmi cilfkin vamp seamless - n w hich is a vamp of thin r c iid Itetween it and the lining j of stout canvas The IfOttoni tt cJ c sho has a rubber iuterliniug be up oipcrand the inner soles ami t he vhoo is abuHt as near water t f as a leather feo can be 1 It is 5 to ver well ami priferve its -v iir iof pialitHM for an indefinite If - J ionnd i Siiin from a fug gives rj wrthv inieation of the direc l iti sourci A recent writer i ui cases i i his own eterim Nn iv port when the soml from a t f - hi at Beaver Tiil seeaieii to come f j rd directions ash ten or well f f 5 1erei s apart ami there L ie where a transatlantic New York i r 1IioWiwl to sounding hecgoing di r whittle and j i vicivd up a pil t who declared 1 Li a d ths biait ior half an hour a lint he steamer had beea sailing - Iuu in a circle r i - 1 -1 t -- 1 tt -- 1 -- f it 1 SpeeiaSr UIFE IN HINDOSTAN A ISatTalii N Y iMlr Write of Iter Home lu llin Jttliln - ia -- PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS Pm mg weivls is not w un4sant via innicularly when they grow on IitTl- - wi lows bonnet a Pnk -- Miir a broadcloth htirband owes I pi nty to the faet that he mar r - - gmgham girl Son FrHti09 Bu liru Tn iu n who have walkeil bare f p 1 over the burning --and of the v r know all about the times in ns soles N thiig i more pernicious than t o i i re of contracting del r k J a fatlier to his spendthrift son D Mjon think expandmg them is a I a kei the laUer IMs ori j hio D c - Some im ijde are so sanguine in t s world hat they think they can Iira a handful of seed in a - 1 gather a car load of strawberries BmUimcre li after the Sr- - thaw Am Tirin Ma did that comply vo saw last r- uako all tie folki ery Why r m dcir I never laugho I so much IVell p told Mr ii ll nw life J j everybody in the theater stt in -- Mrr 1 Jr i Would tlie ladhjs be in favor of a en f nil m image law do voh think ak 1 a ineuber of Cwgres of one ol sf - co ttitueate ami she replied Vrrj ikil if the unifiH n were a - Miss Mary Graybtel one of the mis Â¬ sionaries sust lined in India by the sect known as DUeiples writes vwy inter- Â¬ esting letters to her family in this city It is how over four years since she went to Hindustan in co npany with the Rev Mr Wharton formerly pa tor of the Church of Christ and his wife Tho place at which Miss Uraybiel is now htealel is in the heir ot India on the line of the railroad which is to be built from BiMubay directly across to Cal- Â¬ cutta The children of the Sunday schools of the dcniuiinaion in tlie United States contribute I a fund of some four thoua id dollars with which to erect a house f r this mission and in her last letter she niolestly tells how the work wa s done It aiieara that she had to serve as architect master Imilder ami general boss mechanic First she bought four yoke of buffalo to do the teaming then a few bij trcrs they are very scarce in that p rt of the country Siie employed a hutidre 1 nnth e- - cr nearly that num- Â¬ ber whom she taught to quarry idone which had to be hauled several miles and to make briek first trampling the clay fashioning it into bricks and then burning th m u ing the spare portions of the trees for fuel Tlie trunks of the trees were laboriously by hand sawed into b ard- - for the floors roof etc A stone foindation three feet thick was laid three feet lielow ground and as much above this olid Irase wall being deemed necessary to keep out the white ants which are a great pest of the Evidently a good job was country made of the wall fur Miss Graybiel in- Â¬ genuously relates that an Englishman visitor inquired wlo had been the on ineer awl expressed much surprise when h ttdd that she had directed the work liereelf It takes a Buffalo girl to hold her own siiHHig tlie heathen or any where else Incidentally Mis Graybiel states that tlw win of a-- German missionary living some fortv miles distant was killed by a tiger She attended the funeral makÂ¬ ing the jnuniey through ths solid jun- Â¬ gle in a Ciirt drawn by a pair of the bufialos willi the chance of being sprung upon by that or some other tiger at any moment Such is life in Buffalo Cour- Â¬ the wilds of Hindustan A well known Chicago lawyer re cently told the following story taking good care to conceal the identity of till parties at interest A year or so ago a married woman called at my office and requested a private interview She be- Â¬ longed to the best social circles and her husband was a man of means I had known husband and wife and the entire family for many years When we were aloito the woman said to me I suppose you know what I am here for I certainly do not madam1 1 replied Well I want a divorce and I want you to get it for mc My mind is made up and I wont stand it any longer I questioned her as to the cause of hor sudden determination learned that she had just had one of a series of rows with her husband growing ont of al- Â¬ most nothing at all and I told her to say nothing about her interview with aic but to call the next day when having carefully ronsidcrcd the matter I would advise hor as to the best course to pursue She left in good spirits and when she camo to my office the fol- Â¬ lowing day she was perfectly free from excitement She had loft it all to mc and had not worried about her cae confident that I would suggest an easy way by which she could rid herself of an uncongenial husbind I say uncon- Â¬ genial because that was the only ob- Â¬ jection to him Ho was a straightfor wanl level hea led man of dollars and cents while she was a brilliant high strung womiii fond of society After a few preliminary remarks 1 referred to the object of her calling and told her point blank that tlie was foolish to think of a divorce She had children nearly grown and had no tight to at Â¬ tach a stigma to their heritage She was obdurate for a long time Lut at length concluded to luave the cose in my hands and went away but at tho same time declared most positively that she would never again live with her husband Then I called on the husband and told him I had been retained by his wife to bring a suit for divorce against him He was angry and said em- Â¬ phatically that he hoped I would go ahead and win the suit Then I took him iu hand showed him the effect of uch a suit on the children he loved and the effect it miht have on their mother At first he would scarcely listen to me but presently blurted ou Thejre just like her They dont resemble mo at all Yes that is true I replied They arc as bright as any children I ever met They get their brightness from their mother uot from you and yon are justly proud of them for that very reason Niw I want you to give me 200 and I will send jour wife away for a time until this- - thing blows over I wont give you a cent Very well then the whole story will be printed to morrow Ujod day I havent got 203 in my pocket IIow much have 3 ou got Only about 100 Give me that now and I will call and getthn rest to morrow Very reluctantly lie coirited out and haudod me the in nicy The fol- Â¬ lowing day I called and got 100 more and in a few days his wife and children left the city to visit relatives and havo not sine rctirned although the hus Â¬ band and father supplies them with ample means through mc There may or may not be a reconciliation but at all events I have been the means of preventing a sensational divorce suit and have protected the good name of a most deserving family And yet most people sa and think that lawyers live by and gloat over domestic strife I feel better than if I had received a re-Â¬ tainer fee of S50DO in this case and 1 have not received ono cont Chicago Times Â¬ INDIAN TIGREROS How Thiy twnr Tama nod Jacuan la Coda lllea rot emu A couple of spears dn long and ond The Novelties and New Goods in every department cause all who visit the OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF ihortef made the equipment of thd tigrero Their dogs were big slouch- Â¬ ing light colored animals were evi- Â¬ dently related related to tho coyote Dangerous rather than savage not prone to bark they perform the role of house dogs badly The Don assured us that pnppics will not bark at all unless taught by others But they learn at once thus differing from the thorough- Â¬ bred coyote which can only howl and whimper in the first generation of domesticity and seldom succeeds in learning a true bark until tho third We asked why one dollar was granted for a slain puma and but fifty cents for a jaguar socing that tho latter ani mal is so much moro dangerous and destructive It appears that in tho fashion of hunting to which these In- Â¬ dians obstinately adhere tho less ter- Â¬ rible beast ctiisus the greater loss of life Tigreros go in couples the head man in advance with his two spears the subordinate following ivith his machete or chopping knifc The jaguar is easily tracked ami does not go far when roused So soon as it is thorÂ¬ oughly conveyed to his mind that these intruders wish to see him personally he turns with a roar thit always gives sufficient warning to such practiced shikaris A moment afterward ho comes trotting up The foremost In- Â¬ dian kneels holding a spear in cither hand the long one farthercst out his companion stands at the side The jaguar does not pause bnt gathering himself np clea cs tho air in a mighty bound his fore legs wide asunder and claws hooked to n nd Very seldom does it happen that tho long spears fails to transfix his unprotected chest or tho shorter ono his throat Such is not tho pumas conduct When disturbed he skulks swiftly through the brushwood and commonly escapes In following a jaguar dogs are seldom hurt fur he disregards them and they have no need to press him But the pnma turns constantly massacres a hound and speeds on again Even if wounded he is slow to stand but when brought to bay at length it is a more deadly risk to fi cc him For this combat tho spears are useless Springing with his paws crossed the puma would dash them aside His feet firmly planted knife in his left hand machete in his right He has the Indian stands forward one blow in midair If it fails if the skull bo not cleft like an apple brute and man roll over in hideous embrace At such a time thu comrade seldom wanted in jaguar hunting would be in- Â¬ valuable But when an Indian sets out intentionally to track a puma he goes alone So did his fathers and so docs he Very very rarely a jaguar springs with his paws crossed and then there is wailing in the tigreros hut For tho spears upon which ho relied are twisted from his grasp and the huge beat falls upon him kneeling If the cora padrc with the machete be true the ti- Â¬ ger has probably two victims instead of one The single chanco of these poor Indians lies with their dogs and it is but a very small one Jaguars witii this uncomfortable habit are scarce however if it bo more than an accident None of the rancheros In- Â¬ dians had seen a case though that fact proves little Witnesses of tho phe- Â¬ Belgravia nomenon rarely survive m m Spring8 G oods -- of surprise and pleasure Every line we carry is complete and prices NEVER WERE SO LOW FOR CASH AS THEY NOW ARE We have undoubtedly the prettiest line of Satteens ever brought to this ciu and every style Our Eastern importations of and price from the cheapest American to the finest French Satteens can be found in this Stock to utter exclamations BUSY BEE CASH STORE 2 CONSISTING OF MENS LiDlES MISSES 110 CHILDRENS SHOES are marvels of Beauty and Style that can not be excelled BEST BRANDS of CALICOES such as Manchester Merrimac Cochega Hamilton Pacific Etc All five cents per yard and new spring styles We hate just received a full and complete stock of have been coming in for the past week ME35TS BOYS YOUTHS and CLOTHING and will continue for two weeks when we and we earnestly ask every lady to examine this before buying CHILDEEFS save money stock bv so Mac- elsewhere as you will certainly will have on hand the most complete line of We lead the market in Footwear Furnishing Goods and Hats i Carpets Oil Cloths Rugs Lace Curtains Curtain Poiss Trunks Yalisss S We CAN SAVE YOU FROM TWENTY FIVE CENTS TO ONE DOLLAR on every Childrens Shoes you buy from us c 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 in mind that we handle the best brands such as J N Cloys Zeigler Bros N Hess Bro and other excellent brands that are iirst clas and warranted ggdi Anything we have in winter goods will be sold at greatly reduced prices mchsi iy SUCCESSORS TO C C WALLACE pah-- of Mens Ladies and RAMSEY Jun22tf OLDHAM Busy Bee Cash Store Proprietors THE CORNER SADBIiERY W B WHITE ANNOUNCES TO THE TRADE that lie Iwa a large ami wM selected line of SSI b B C L O TIIIIVGr corner of M Call your attention to their commodious and elegant house Mam and Second Streets liichmond Ivy M Is Library Lamp a Rollprs Silver P alga HATS There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance and the quality of the goods they ofier is in keeping with the house They have the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles made in their shop of the best materials They have TRUZVTKS VALISES Etc in which you ean find the m 8S nun ForKS They can not be surpassed in style or workmanship at Every Style and Variety of Harness home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted Their 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 of best Ieather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in variety Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and strong shop made and city made Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse boots c toe weights girts brushes curry combs snttnges iull lino of collars names trace chains back bands hame strings A plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners Â¬ BEST GOODS LATEST STYLES and thk LOWEST PRICES He does not intend to be nmtersoW ami to bH eiitomera lie sny- - he will give you full value for every deMar in vested with him ami he urge yon to gve him an early eall THE PRICES WE QUOTE Very best material employed in their man- Â¬ ufacture T2OTT SKTILJLmT-- JLmT3L HS X2 X3B if you see them because you cant help it Tig Are Precisely W jjn4 tf B WHITE OM At McKbks Stand Our stock of Queens ware and Glassware and especially our Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets is full and attractive lat You fait Â¬ Â¬ TURFMEN CAN FIND ANY THING IN THEIR LINE Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed saddlery and harness house pFRemember the place Uerndons Corner Main and Second Streets ADRUFF akrjstfgjLwJSfr5 xr-atm W C GORMLEY jann iy CO COMFORTABLE HOMES Interior ArransnnitnU of a Norwegian Tlie first impression of an ordinary Norwegian farm house is not very favorable A cluster of houses small and aged crowd around a largo dwell- Â¬ ing house which generally looks some Â¬ But this appearance what dilapidated is deceptive for tho walls being of wood they look old In a few years and become blotched and seared by tho weather The roof is of the same ma- Â¬ terial or in the case of the principal building cither of red filo or slab is Sometimes the dwelling hnuso painted while when the effect is to relievo the sohor aspects of the groups Tho walls are usually stout and thor- Â¬ oughly waterproof plank about four inches thick being used in their con- Â¬ Thc3o planks are placed struction edgewise on one another crossed and countersunk at the angles and calked in tho seams with dry moss A skin of thlp wopd is placed over tho outside while the interior is lined smoothly with boards Inside thcro is an air of comfort and cleanliness A tablo stands in the center of the chief room and along the wall a bench runs which serves for chairs of which there is usually a deficiency From pots on tho floor ivy is sometimes trained upward to tho roof givins tho room a festive and refreshing look Not infrequently the worthy farmer is proud to hare tho dnsses of his daughters hung in con- Â¬ spicuous positions in order that swains w ho call may sec tho damsels aro well provided with garmenfs in case of a matrimonial alliance The cow houses are generally an improvement on those usually seen in England and Scot- Â¬ land Tho building is larger and moro space is allowed to each animal whilo a clean wooden floor is ordinarily be- Â¬ neath tho cattle Little or no bedding is given The level of tho cow houso is in most rases raised high enough to allow a space beneath into which the refuse is regularly swept through an opening In the floor Chambers and other Staple Groceries Goods Junes J COFFEES SUGARS TEAS also Canned tf BEST GRADES OP oi f S3CsswIM VV BWK sa - WkTCK lm House L XS G FBABJGIS e Watchmaker TREATMENT OF BABIES Why rhn Kertrrii and rurultlr of XJttI One Mmuld Not lie Aroused J A Higg m M NEW GROCERY aui Jeweler IN DBALBR Watohes Clocks Jewelry Stiver atui Oil UPPER STREET ty Plated ware w etc Special attention given to ier r ia it 1 one and had a hattdWme man Te achcr ti proierb I gavpyou ywa ilayr J iv v riM Sneerh is siim 1 3 lwiatiiil I dtcmo mum k- JohBy doyn remam- - sooVe up a httld buy at the f t rf he clas- Verr wdl 3 i r i it Soneeh is flfer but r o - talks A1 Stm II iw ire yo and oir wife oobi a ked au Austin gentleflwn cf a colored man She ha run tae off bo s I Whatt the maUer is to V 4 nf Imss I g ire her a splen tll vLr jilk dres- - and den she got so I r ul lic had no use for we She sahl Ivitondark to match d drej Jn Tczat ifl Y i have mentioned several time rligb- - evening observed the word uneuto a lecturer F - i usis WonM you kindly inform ffie of is precise meaning Or ta said he it is simply a ehv cLentory and pleonastic cirjkt of or Vii sonnrosil circumscribing an -- o i Jf ldcalitv lost in verbal pro-f- JM A mmuh Father -- I wish you would f i w hat to to with my bor He 3 v ui diibtMUe it and surly I Jess li a down vrh a Imrsewhip a j 1 u a v i k and nometimea t- j u in the il hoiisc for half a iscipline- him bit i does no J P 3d Ii comes out - deh nt i ever Wi ies snch a li i 1J 2er Mr Suniice decidedly Hj ueedi a zZo of father Vi fa onf - i- VALUABLE ADVICE An IlXifTiiireu lie troll re Oners a Sajf gIion to HuBtekerper There are only ten persons in a thousand who when they hear strange noises in their house do not Inimedi- ately make a light to find out t tie cause said one of tho datoctives of a private This is the most absolute aoncy piece of folly a sane person can com Â¬ mit and yet it only teems natural But let me tell you that when jou hoar any noise that indicates the presence in your houne of a person wlw has no business there first take the precaution to put out the light Then if you want to search do o in the dark Of course you know the honse better than any iHtrudor and the chances are that if you keep quiet the intruder will expose himself either by showing a light ot stumbling over something Then you huvc the advantage of knowiug his po Â¬ sition without his knowing jours There Is mauy a murdered man In in his grave to day who would have been alive had this adrfe been fol- lowed What can lie raare prcpaster ons limn the idea of a ua in hw right Blind knowing that if a burglar is in his hmifl and is discovered ho will tako desperate moans actually offering him- Â¬ self as a target by appearing with a Monthly HHt in his hand wiiM h does uo 11101 e Mr and Mrs Marion Blackbora good than to bcray his presence as it is oulv natural that he can not seo three of Springfield O have a week oid feet bcjiaul the ras of lhe light Tak baby which weighs just a pound aad a the record of murder- - c mnutied where halt The boy is perfoctly formed and ary was i tendeiL and yoa Jooks healthy A ladys ring will go bur threequarters of them X d 3ik1 il leg to the body re -He to the folly of searching for the over a foot and up theand healthy Tho parents aro largo iv X Hun burglar with alight un-oa- sjwoll-lo-d- Little children beginning to notice and to bibble out their monoysyllabic utterances are so engaging that thi temptation all the time is to wake uj their faculties they arc alwaj s on ex hibition always being roused up to show thjjir pretty ways to admiring friends constantly on the alert tossec and dandled and played with wher they had far belter be loft lying quietly in the crib A very great ileal in the direction ol training can be accomplished by accustoming the baby to lie still in its cradle Anxious mothers on the when awake watch for evoty movement are far toe apt to take the child up tho moment il moves or awakens it looks so pretty and engaging too with the pink color in its little cheeks and the bright eyes opening with awakening interest It is very tempting to take it np and toss it around sing to If make all those many uncanny noises which some mothers think essential to its develop Â¬ ment ami baby is so bright and win- Â¬ some so smart as it is the fashion to sav or so cunning that few reflect how bad all this excitement and turmoil is for the nerves or trace a connection between tho noiy chirping and tossing of the play huur and the restless sic p in tho evening It isnot a wdrcoftfe fact but it Is a very pregnant one that the less babies are talked to and noticed the first 3 car tho better All success in training them indeed doponds upon this calm letting them alone leaving tho ncrvs unwrought upon and allowing the little frame time to becomo accustomed to the strain upon itif acquaintance with this rest- Â¬ less rioting world of ours Tho children of the workingpoor are in this respect far boter off than those o if later they miss of the much it the culture of good habits they are ns babies loft so much alone that tako thorn all in all thoy arc peaceable and quiet One rarely hears tho char- Â¬ woman or seniii8tres talk of walking up and down all night with a fretful excitable baby One of the compens- Â¬ ate is of poverty is that its children arc left in peace for the reason that no ono has the time to suoml on exciting them it may be a negative training that they get but it is the very bot sort of train ing for the baby under a twelvemonth and one that may ba very advantageous Â¬ ly copied ftr lucthers and nurses Janet E Huntz Hcu in Demoresli Â¬ New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and qualities J Etgin Walshes I STAPLE FANCY GEOCEEIES OICS 5l3ELS rzz 3li Ml The Main St Jeweler Is the place to go if you want anything in SITING DIAMONDS Diamonds Watches AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES Clocks Jewelry Fine Gold Ueaded Silk Umbrellas REPAIRING Gold Headed Canes Queens ware Glassware Woodenwre Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches c Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs auglO 1 TOBACCOS Fine Razors Fine Pocket Knives Promptly dune aud la a workraaBliks manner Casa Paid for Oia Gold and Silver S3- Domestic Sewing machines AND ALL KINDS OF - Dont forget tlie phiee next door to the Post omee ItiebraoBd Ky aii4 tf y AHTEEi CHICKEN zgX BRING m YOUR v SEWING MACUINE NEEDLES MJKy BgyyjSgoSiljSiSfc AndLot For Sale House and Lot on EstHl Avenge for sale Apply to A C Ctewere or W G White at Drug Store Old Gold and SILVER and get new goods for it or the Cholera hire jjn25tf CAS JEL SEWIKQ MACHINE ASK FOR THS G L P G Remedy- - qUEEH AD CRESCEFT ROUTE LINE TO Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST Ewlr Journal The Belliof Justice Hero is a beautiful story which may or may not be true but ought to be true if only for the lesson it conveys In AtrL one of the old cities of Italy which you will not find on modern maps so the story goes the King caused a bell to bo hung in a tower in one of the public squares and called it and commanded the Bull of Justice that any ono who had been wronged should ring tho bell and so call tho magistrate of the city and ask and re-Â¬ ceive justice Whon in course of time tho lower end of tho bell ropo rotted away a wild vine was tied to it to lengthen it and ono day an old and starring horse that had been aban Â¬ doned by its owner and turned out to die wandered into tho tower and in trying to cat the Tine rang tlie belL And the magistrate of the city coming to seo who had rung tho bell found this old and starving horse And ho caused the owner of tlie horse in whoso service he had toiled and been worn out to be summoned before him and decreed that as this poor horso had rung tho Bell of Jusiico ho should havo jiutire and that during the remainder of the horses life his owner should provide for bira proper food and drink and stable Golden Days talomtis MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE ffHl New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the GUTHERSON LEXINGTON KY LEY WILLIS STOCKTON Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from CholAgents For Madison Cooaty KoS era It is more fatal to chickens than sepSS ly all other diseases combined But the She 2XDBEDBE B is Bold with tho discovery of a remedy that positively guarantee of being the BEST Where Are You Going THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST- cures it has been made and to be conthat can be HADE Whenfcofii Hewmaay When do yon start vinced of its efficacy only requires a What aaooat ot treigiit or In your party for trial A 50 cents bottle is enough baKivgahaTOy 00 What roote do yott piefer abora Ucoa receipt ot an answer to theexpense ques Â¬ one hundred chickens It is guarwtta AGENTS WANTED tions yoo trill be fnrmshed bs ot Mornins and Night Trains m anteed If after using two thirds of inn lowest ES3us A V r the Important Cities ol ineHontu wmioaicnange a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly TO JACKSONVILLE FLOKIDA IN able tatorm- - 893 BUNKING TIIttOUGII CARS fattonwhJeti satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken ELDREQGE MANUFACTURING CO uniy Liine twenty eight hours irtl saTB trouble tftae aad bmumt AgentswHt Cholera return it to the undersigned Parties aoS ca1 to person wbera aeeewarr Cnr on cot oaS aJELVlDUIlIZ ILLS Travelers have n choice of two kinds ot and your money will be refunded Megant Boa icikdy to answer above qoeetioaa sbookl QUEKN AND UHESCENT SneCial is OtlCO and preserretbls notice toe taturs reference It Cur and Pullmans Finest Pulace Buffet sleeper State Itoora Pattern Bmy become nal Addiess C B Wxsosst WILLIS dotr Butftt STOCKTON Feb 32 6m Passenger Agent St Pmol Mis- Â¬ Hit PriGMFoMS Somas iu fliifes t Â¬ Â¬ 2iSSB5SwSS5rjrS KOUTB-lInnu-s aHt aug 24 ly General iaj 1 win u uen Pcureo derson 9S F St Wash D C Formrrtv inton I of Examining Corrise U S Patent I Office Scud 17 ears exoerionce skelch or model for retort as to faltn lability CorrespondtnM solicited FilTrilTO I I ft R I H KKXaEY Contractor anil Builder a Central tlereforesaetltraniferacrosaUielntyand comfort and cenveulence Nearly All DepotttiLeading Railroads SSScnSlbST the UnotnnaU puiweusers holding tickets vta ihH Union are assured a Journey attended wKta speei nne ffiBJS r Minnesota Leads the World kiry and grain pcodaeM 3400000 acre- tae cratber tanning and grwng a4eees to railroad lor sola ehoap oa For Baas Micas rates ete eaiy terns address J BoocwaMev Land CamsaisatoBsr or With fcer stoet Uzd3 PUiLlllU ydeciy Travel Tia- - Queen and Crescent guSWl WDd UM C U- - Warrea prepared with an experienced set of Genernl Offlees St Pant Bolldlng WeslFonrth8tClnclniiatl0nlo Paweogw Aatt St HCOLIJJRAN to o all knd ot hois building JOHNOUAULT Pall MIhh General Passenger Aent Oeneral Manager Give him a call fee BookS srnd repairing 4 T T TTIYAX iinm Fine 22 m Assistant General Passenger Agent General Haperfntendent I niarj tf band Han Sob A ppw1 wlJPif H 5 i Do you want pure drugs and the test BEAUTIFY Y0UII LiW DreuKsking Xooking nt It from a femiulnepolnt lucky River at or near Beattyville dues nt eacli stated meeting of the as- Â¬ You brands of tobaccos and cigars sociation of view a bridegroom i lway Ifaiig- - Miss Liale Wherrltt has returned througli the counties of said Lee Estill at J J Brooks Sec 2 Any member failing for two nlficant until lie become h widower from tbe winters stay in tbe South can find them The Republicans of Madison County and Madison through the oily of rUBLISHEB meetings lo pay his dues Sifting tf June2i arc requested to meet in Convention at Richmond and across the county of consecutive nd taken rooms at Mr John Marchs shall after duo notice from the Secre- Â¬ m m the Court house in Richmond on Satur- Â¬ Jessamine and thence over the Louis- Â¬ tary be reported as delinquent and on Lancaster avenue and Is contin Cwpeis Half Fare Excursions She invites her uing n Dressmaking day April 21 18SS at i oclock r M for ville Southern or its connections to stricken from the roll provided that You will find the biggest stock Ihe shall have the Executive The C I St L C Ry Kankakee friends nd tbe ladles generally to call Sec 7 The Governor and the purpoe of selecting delegates to the the city of Louisville Said company power to remitCommittee Prettiest Patterns the Latest Styles the Initiation fee and apr4 2t Secretary of State shall cause to Republican State Convention of May agrees not to use any part of any road the dues of any applicant or member tILlne will sell round trip tickets to and the Lowest prices at J 8 Collins FRENCH TIPTON I- - Editors be published each month in a 2nd and for the transaction of other now being operated in Madison coun- Â¬ when they are satisfied that he is un- Â¬ imany points in Minnesota Dakota janl8 3m WM U WHITE Dooelaon uses tbe best material that business which may be found necessary Nebraska Kansas Arkansas Texas ty as a part of the road it hereby agrees able to pay them paper at the seat of Government tbe market affords and the best work- Â¬ The several Magisterial districts will be to construct and agrees to erect depots OFFICERS and New Mexico at One Fare for the in PIUCE PER TEAR 150 and one the Louisville the state- Â¬Â¬ entitled to one vote for every twenty along Its lines in this county not more Art 5 Sec 1 The officers of this Round Trip Excursion datea for tbe men He puts up none but tbe best V ratasted Suck 12 6 ment of Treasurer and Audiwork shall be President fie votes cast for Hon W O Bradley than live miles apart nnd to furnish association Secretary a Treasurer Vice West North west and South west are to order Buggies carriages etc made tor and of the President or Cash- Â¬ at tin- - last August election apr4 lf and President WEDNESDAY ATRIL n 1S8S Callonbim FOR CITV JUDGE 24lh May 3 20th April and vote for FOLBiNS LAWK SE7Et ier of the depositories of the any fraction thereof of thirteen aor more facilities thereat for handling all Execulivn Committee to be composed March22nd June 53 and 19th IMS and Pursuant to a time honored customÂ¬ freights President Secretary and live and of Ihe The Green Front Millinery amount of receipts and disburse- The representation will therefore be as 41b of my party I hereby announce myEx Attorney General Brewster Tho Peer of all Lawit Soay At the same time that eaoh members who shall serve until their Tickets will be good tor return thirty Mrs Stone has secured tbe services self a candidate for re election to the died ih Philadelphia on last ments during the month and of follows one hundred and twenty five ihouaud KOcct snor are elected aud qualified all lays except to Texas and Arkansas the amount of Stale funds on hand Richmond 23 Glade 13 Fostown S dollars of said hoods are delivered to of wiiom shall after the present year which will be good sixty days For of the celebrated trimmer Miss Bur office of Police Judge of the city of Above owt represents onr patt Thursday Richmond Ky by in the depositories at the close of Kirksville io Union Poosey Elliston said Railroad Comimny the said trus Â¬ be annually elected April ballot on the full information please apply person ness of Cincinnati She comes highly of the Democratic subject lo the action Settee The only Settee ever nx t party Election 1st will adjust itself to uneven groat of each year Monday iu 5 5 second recommended by one of tbe best firms Saturday lu June 18S8 Respectfully Topoka Kansas went largely banking hours on the last day of io Million 6 Yates 9 C Light datable handsome an sr q T tee or Trust Company shall deliver A majority ol the Executive Commits I ally to nearest aeut C I St L apr4 2t of that city H C RlCE jati25 tde tee shall constitute a quorum The By the preceding month Painted bright red and onumcatec5 The Republican Committees of the to the County Judge of Madison coun Â¬ Democratic in the city election Prices Settees S1SO and 150 Skc S The Governor shall several districts are invited to call con- Â¬ ty a corresponding amount of said officers shall conduct tho business of last week and Jim Bell and Bank J C Tucker G W P A 121 Ran Â¬ Ladies wishing the latest styles in Â¬ Chairs S150 the FOR SHERIFF have authority to require at any ventions for the selection of delegates Railroad Companys capital stock to law association as provided In the by dolph St Chicago III Ilockers 300 each in Maeon have shouted themselves Green trimraiug will visit tlie We are authorized to announce They all fold flat time a full statement of the con- Â¬ but in default of such action the Repub- be owned aud held for tlie use and C S LaFollette W P A LaFay apr4tf JOHN HISLE a candidate for Sheriff MEETINGS Front If year dealer dont keep taem ufc dition of the Treasurer from the licans present wHl be entitled to cast the benefit of Madisan comity and any of Madison county subject to the action Art 6 There shall be four stated ette Ind him to order for you from If you want a nice buggy phaeton of the Democratic party meetings of the association annually It will be difficult to find a Auditor Treasurer and the depos votes of their districts D P A 8 E Cor dividends declared on said stock shall J H Martin AHSSICAK FOLDING CEAIE C3 or carriage On tlie second Monday iu Washington and Meridian Stst Indian- Â¬ rockaway barouche For the Republican County Commit- Â¬ lie applied towards the payment of the to wit successor to Mr Chas mar7 tdc Bron itories 1301 to 1323 N Mais St also April July October aud Janury coupe go to John Donelson apr4 t tee steR who will prosecute with Mr Harris made a personal re- Â¬ interest iu said bonds until the same such called meetings as may be pro- apolis Ind We are authorized to announce J ST MUs JI m E T Bursam Chairman are extinguished John Egan Gen Passr W BALES n candidate lor Sheriff of Tkt equal skill and ability But if he quest for an early consideration vided for iu the by laws 1T1 bll Announcement Madison County subject to the action L V Dodge Secretiry Ageut Cinclnntnnatl O Said Railroad company shall begin sees more profit in the practice lie has talked with numerous perFUNDS mar7 tdc I will have after April 1st tor sale of tlie Democratic party Richmond Ky April 7 i838 work upon its said line in Madison of law than there is in the office of sons on the subject all of whom Art 7 Sec 1 The funds of this 21 mar 3m a great assortment of Potted Plants of county within six months Irom the association shall be deposited in bank OoutmoRwoalths Attorney it can approved it and in addition sub- Â¬ THE RICHMOND NICHOLASVILLE IR- Â¬ FOR MAYOR Farmers of the United States receive every variety Will also furnish Cut the date of the subscription made by 6aid to the credit ofonly association aud t be expected that he continue mitting it to Auditor Hewitt who VINE AND BEATTYVILLE RAIL Â¬ on be drawn We are authorized to announce county to sld Railroad Company and shall President Secretary the order of more clear money from chickens and Flowers and make a specialty of m oMee It is not only a mans has been advocating some like and Treas- Â¬ the ROAD PROPOSITION J S COLLINS a candidate for Mayor B shall complete its road to the city of urer All claims shall be approved eggs than from any other one source Designs for Funerals ssKSK privilege his duty to do the method for a long time of Richmond subfect to the action of Mbs M H Stockton Richmond within two years after said by the Executive Committee before and it is a fact that Uantera chicken 4 apr 2t tdc beet he the Democratic party The Senate concurred in the cholera cure is dally adding to that period of six months ami shall com- Â¬ payment State op Kbntuckv house resolution to investigate Sec 2 The I Madison County Court that are fretful peevish j plete its road from Richmond to its shall be used funds of he association revenue Sold nnd warranted to cure W 19hIt HAS GIVEN BOND as follows Initiation April Term April 5th 18SS the affairs of he State Geologist J0VX9VV erosJf or troubled with It terminus at or near Beattyville within fees- - shall tie deposited to a separate by 8tockton Willis Windy Colic Teething Pains or This day ttppeured by Counsel in and Register of the Land Office shall only he be relieved Kentuckys new Treasurer and also agreed to allow the com April Court more than fifty of the resi- Â¬ four years from the dale of said sub- account anilrelief The dues used for Any one wanting Summer Under- Â¬ Stomach Disorders can Baby Soother may be scription at one by using Acker If either of the conditions purposes of Judge S G Sharp has given mittee assigned to the Institute dent tax payers of Madison enmity u ed for the legitimate and necessary wear Hosiery aud any thidg to be It contains bo Ophua or Morphine ns to time is not complied with said ImhhI and is ready to enter upon for of association and the Feeble Minded an expert and presented their written applica- Â¬ trustee or Trust Company shall not expensesarisinglietherefrom may bo anyÂ¬ found in a First class Furnishing 8toro hence U safe Price 25 cents Bold by surplus ad will save money by calling on the duties of the office The tion signed by iliem lenuebliiiK that W G White Prescription Druggist deliver to said Railroad Company the ded to the relief find bettdtftneH are the question of subscribing in behalf Covinoton fc Mitcheu- 0 W Fouchee Art 8 Sec 1 This constitution aprll 3t KAILR0AI COMPETITION ii W H Kelley will build you n good of Madison county for twenty five amount of bonds dependent upon the shall not be altered or amended except Milton lOHHg D 11 James John completion of tlie corresponding part by motion made in writing at a reg- Â¬ At the Green Front you can save house cheaper than any man iu town hundred shares of the capital stock of S Bhelps P P Johnston James of the road aud iu case said Railroad ular meeting of tho Association such money and get tbe prettiest Hat or iiieliniond JNicliolasville Irvine Company mar7 tf II Mulligan Mitchell C Alford In discussing the proposition theBealtyville Ilailruud fails to comply with either motion shall lay over until the next Bonnet iu town -- OF aprll tf Company be L M Land W D Nichols J W of building another railroad regular meeting when every member of suid conditions as to time the Donelson will make you as good a Rhodes J T Slade Jolm Ready through Richmond the consider- submitted to the vote of the legal tiustee or Trust Company shall said eHlitled to vote shall be notified in Many a man mounts the rostrum buggy or carriage as can be bought de writiug attend and the and John G Kogers filteen in ation of freight rates is important voters ol said county upon the terms liver the corresponding amount of alterationto or omendmec if shall proposed who hasnt real ability anywhere in America apr4 tf t receive and conditions contained lu said all Several of the gentlemen Every man woman and child those in wriiing the election to be held on the said bonds back to tlie County Judge a majority of two thirds of part pres enouah to warrant his going on the of this stump went to Judge Sharp and request the county is affected by freight Epoch If you want the lightest tlie whitest to be destroyed And said Company eut Us4riH then become u ed to be allowed to act as one of rates No matter whether he be 2Sth day of April 1888 Said applica agrees that said line of road shall be consttntion and best Hour in town go to T J Sec 2 This assoclatiot l shall adopt tion heretofore lodged in the Clerks Mrs J Speed Smith has received a large his sureties Mat Walton a a man of vast estate or AND genSImev by a man Office is now ordered to be filed and continued to be operated as completed such be laws for itw goverumeut as shipment of spring flowers and would be Tribble the First street grocer m28 3t Recorder of the city of Lexington who earns his living by daily toil spread upon the deemed necessary not to con Before said trustee or Trust Com- Â¬ may J S CoUinss to have her records Tlie only fine calf j beamier Moe 1 has indorsed on the back of the he is interested in securing as low By authority of an of this court Â¬ pany shall deliver any of said bonds fiist with the provision of tills consti- Â¬ glad price them friends and patrons call and act of the Gen- to tution The influence or aprn it the world made without taclvs r a Is the Headquarters for Nice Furni- Â¬ bond that the bondsmen are a rate of freight as possible said Railroad Company the inter Â¬ this association as a body sympathy of shall never As stylish and durable as th eral Assembly of the Commonwealth u est coupons gnod for 400000 be enlisted The season is only iu its infancy ture Lace Curtains Window Shades I 100000 more used in 5 or 6 and having no tacks n- - a At present as for several years of Kentucky entitled An act to shall be cut that have then matured political oror religious fivvor of any yet Carpets 4c janlS 3m organization wear the stocking or hurt tlie fn oil and destroyed and if the Green Front Is thronged than the sum required by law ies past tlte bulk of freight to and incorporate the Richmond Nicholas any of said coupons whatever nor shall any political or them as comfortable and Hell ti an have partially religious discussions be permitted in daily by admirers of the beautiful T J Tribble makes a specialty of from Richmond is hauled by the ville Irvine and BeattyvIIle Railroad hand sewed shoe Buy the bev V WHMEX IX COUNCIL iu tbe Millinery Art matured said tiustee or Trust Com- Â¬ its meetings aprll lt fine Hams Breakfast Bacon and genuine unless stamped on bo m X approved March 10 18S8 Kentucky Central Railroad We Company I wish to return my most sincere thanks I Douglas 3 Shoe warranted pany shall enter Art 9 This shall have for rd mar2S 3t unhesitatingly say that the Ken- iu response to the aforesaid written the part that has credit thereon de- Â¬ power to receive associationany properMrs L D Maupin hat the latest styles and hold for their liberal patronage during the past Y L DOUGLAS I SHOE the or a lite following official statement tucky Central is a good and re- application and upon the motion of livering same matured before ty real personal or mixed that may in bonnets hats laces feathers flowers sewed welt 4 he h 17 or iS the has been issued by tlte Interna liable road bringing in and taking said Railroad Company it is now or- Â¬ be donated by any person for the use etc I AM AGENT as in theyears I and hopea that in the future and only hand made shoes costing rrom rt at her Kingston store fj past may in april tf And said Railroad Company agrees of the relief fund or for other purposes measure prove equals custom tional Council of Women FOR THE to 9 away freight with care and dered by this Court that an election that the subscription need not be WMrmai vunun VI worthy of the same of the association made TRuas The International Council ol promptness and at as low a rate be held in accordance with the pro Â¬ Kit Mitch has tbe finest Line of E ABLEST W L DOUQLAS 254 SHOE U ux Women in session in the city of as any other road would do under visions of said Act on the 28th day o for Madison county until thirty days Neckwear In Central Kentucky at very WEARING I beg leave to announce for the coming celled for heavy wear THIN COLUMN have elapsed after said election W L DOLULAS low prices TRUSS on Earth season that I have purchased and shall Washington from March 25th to the same circumstances m b 2 SHflE aprll 3t To say April 1SSS to take the sense of the Clh Said company agrees that it 1 April 1st inclusive in closing further we are inclined to believe legal voters of said county upon the will furnish sufficient keep daily the largest and most select all Boys and is the best clix Call and see It Wheres Dick Tate Wheres Parrish the world cars to transport Bonnets and hats trimmed to order by question whether said county shall stock in every respect that has ever been make iniblic announcement that I hat tlie Kentucky Central being W G White AH the above goods are made coal to any of its depots in Madison i r To the mouth of Troublesome or Mrs L D Maupin at Kingston aprx t tf to the capital stock of iiAy three different organizations a home institution is more reason subscribe Prescription Druggist shown in this vicinity and at prices that gress Button and Lace and n -- II county from any point on its line or bust Bennett Young 2d St near Garnett House said Richmond Kicbolasville Irvine mai2Stf absolutely by your dealer write W L iMMtLS f women have been represented able than most other railroads Adam was first man to aell a race extension thereof at not exceeding Brorkten Mass Beattyville Railroad Company the There were fourteen exceedingly con- Â¬ Texas Si ftings on its platform by eighty seven would be in its place three cents per bushel of seventy six tJl8 Children are es sum of two hundred and fifty thousand JACK FKEEXAX Agent trary men among the county Magistrates kr from 3 VVVrlfc puddly iuw They laMea speakers and delegates pounds and that it will furnish suff- Â¬ But human nature is the same to Green Front Opening England France Norwaj Den now as it was in the beginning and dollars to be paid in the negotiable icient cars to trausttort lumber iron and febi tf Colds Congas Croup Whooping Cough Why tske anti fat you want to fall If We guarantee Aekara English In fact I have bought so many goods te Millinery Goods I shall display on mark Finland India Canada and ever shall be and the Kentucky bonds of Srfid county with coupons at- Â¬ stone from any point on its line or off and that in a hurry mount a wild that Beiasdy positive cure It mth unless we have a genuine tached Suid subscription to be made THE April 12 13 and 14 some of the latest hoars of aanxious watefcia the United States AH of these Central is governed by the unal- Â¬ boom I am extension thereof to any of its stations Texas pony Sold by upon the following terms conditions novelties in hats and bonnets organizations Ladies all V G liable to have a good many left unsold so but four are of terable rule ofdemand and supply in Madison county at not exceeding Gentlemen shall we stand supinely on White Prescription Druggist Mrs J F Stone I national scope and three are of which forms the groundwork of and limitations viz I commence the CUT in time four 4 cents lier hundred pounds and our backs and make no effort to develop invited 1st That the county of Madison To get a Flrst CliualVatel aprn it Horses Shod national value Tlte subject of political economy It is entirely slack coal at not exceeding S1000 per this great country twenty five hun Â¬ Nice Walt Paper worth 15 cents now is in ocr Co Operative Class education Road Horses Trotters aud Runners philanthropies legal correct for tlte gentlemen who shall subscribe for of the capital stock par of 35000 pounds and futther And Sraithkius plays in the baud dred 2500 shares A man writes from an Indiana town agrees that there shall be no discrimi luteins nice new gut paper Irom i conditions temperance industries operate the Kentucky Central to of shod in any manner desired Why he couldnt blow a hot potato said Railroad Company cents per roll upwards Curtain Poles in organization social purity politi charge and receive every cent for hundred and fifty thou aud beine two tion against freights destined to orig Â¬ that two or three men here doubt that Thats what he does he blows the I havo an extra lot of dollars of Cunningham snake story and I ask you AT TEE inating at any of its cal conditions and religion have their work that demand and second growth timber for repairing all Cherry Mahogany Walnut and Ebony tuba Tid Bits sup said stock and pay for the same in ison county and if stations iu Mad for information too cheap to name prices Nice Window LOWEST CASH PRICES kinds of vehicles Repairing machin been ditcussed it shall violate negotiable coupon bonds of the ply accoru tiiem It is to be ex- the Do you want to get fat Ail work guaranteed Shades complete with fixtures each en While no restriction has been pect that they charge the lull rate said county to be taken at par payable any part of this agreement the person Covington If so go to Mitchell is headquar- Â¬ ery a specialty cents and upwards Pictures and Picture injured thereby shall have a right of the grocery and invest 12 cents in a pound ters for the leading styles iu hats Shop back of Brookss drug store 3 placed upon tlte fullest expression allowded them by circumstance thirty years alter date but redeemable 3t Frames cheaper than you ever dreamed action again t the company therefor ot lard A couple pounds of bacon cut 8febly n S L M1DKIFF of the most widely divergent If you can better afford to pay iu uhole or in part at the option of Thousands of tlio best of In regard to Mixed Paints with an Ice aud any judgment so obtained shall from the side of 400 pound hog would do views upon these vital questions tlte Kentucky Central 37 Gold cents a the county at any time alter five le a hen prior to any incumbrance 0t tto S001 kings of this actual practical experience of more than ling Watch ever made are soi- Â¬ I am prepared to deliver ice to any Nk said in his sermon Easter A minister of the age it is cause lor rejoicing hundred on certain freight from years said bonds to bear interest at VUXV lifo m aorrowiully let 20 years in our Co operative Clubs that the sessions both private Cincinnati to Richmond than to the rate of five per cent per annum mat may hereafter be placed upon the Sunday that when the Savior comes on part of the city regularly or on short alone on account of Dyspepsia Ackers paints I in the Imixing and spreading of and only co TbJaistbe2tf Chcnpct Xost Cormfi think can Dyspepsia and public have been absolutely have it hauled in wagons it is payable semi annually the principal load and this company further agree earth the second tmc you will all know it notice Will make contracts for supply Â¬ Indigestion Tablets will cure Dyspepsia thing about Paints claim to know some- Â¬ The watches operative t em ts ti jm v are American LcTtr and Constipation told on a that they will not employ convict and he wont be the son of some Dutch- Â¬ ing families offices business houses shops containing eTery essential to nccuni without friction poaitlTo guarantee at 25 and 00 cents by Witty and hare in addition nmrnrvi p but right tltey sltoukl charge that and interest to be payable at the Louis- Â¬ labor in building said road throughout man out here in Illinois 1 It does not pay to buy a cheap improvements found and other places Orders left a Dykcss W G It is the unanimous voice ot rate no matter at what lower rate ville Banking Company iu Louisville Madison county White Prescription Druggist mixed paint that lias no reputation absolutely tbe only In no other waich TVara grocery on Second streeet will receive and Dnripprocf Hor the council that all institutions of they could haul it and still make Kentucky But if said county shall menta made jx tho World and are Having nothing else to do but collect 7th It is therefore ordered that the prompt attention Armer has a nice new assortment on the market Why Because throughout with UHXUXXE JtlBJfHji rel il Tt elect to pay any of haid bonds after the learning and of professional in money Patert Stent lfiua and Set b the slffr imd Sherifl of Madison county shall open Lyter has gatliered the subjoined cabinet of diamonds that he Is ottering very the same lias never been tested by Simplest made aprn tf J E Dykes They are flt y q tut struction including scltools of We assure you that if there were expiration of five years and before the a poll at the several voting places of laughs which he donates to The r ap Â¬ long use and that alone is a fair pearance accuracy durability and lerrite cheap and they are the very best iu expiration of thirty years it shall theology law and medicineliould but one newspaper in all ITnleh Onrco Call in and examine the celebrated ti Ita the give thirty days notice in writing to this county on Ihe 2Stb day of April Climax Dudes ha ha farmers ho ho test for a good mixed rmint We to 4 4t marl Drrngstbem within thereachoncretii n in the interest of humanity be country and that were the Climax said batik prior to the next succeeding 18S8 for the purpose of taking tlie teamsters haw haw balloonist hi hi Yeoman hat nt Covington Mit Â¬ have a mixed paint from 60 cents feed dealers liay hay women he he as freely opened to women as to you could not get the KEYSTONE You will get first class groceries at chells aprll 3t a 2nd day of January which shall be sense ol the legal voters of said it per gallon up to our men That opportunities for in Â¬ year You well know at 150 CO T J Tribbles WATCH county as to whether or not tho marSS St Here is a pessimistic contribution to were the ilay iu each year iu which such dustrial training should be as gen- there but one grocery inthat it St 96 Chest- - PhilaPi Madison payment can be made unless it falls on aforesaid proposed subscription shall the Thin Column STRICTLY PURE Fresh Oranges Lemons Bananas P O Bos UAHRVV erally and as liberally provided county sugar could We refer to wiv C m SGEUTi not be bought Sunday when it shall be upon the 3rd oe maue to tue capital stock of This life is all a night of gloom Apples Nuts of all kinds faucy and oenwlAgr for one set as for tlte other and at C cents a pound as at WiHTD For mans oppression given present of its intention to make the payment said railroad company of which wil plain Candies Ac will always lie s N8Sa3Sr Clues Ccnstiitlv Formiat tlte representatives ot organised If there were and election said Sheriff shall give He wades through sorrow to the tomb Join New and Save Mont but one dry goods found at T J Tribbles mar23 3t womanhood in this Council will store calico would be higher than and the amount thereof The bouda notice by having this order published that has been on the market and WET HAUC ACINCIES IN EVERY UtHCZ CltT And then dont get to heaven lowest in number shall be the first re-Â¬ TO WANT ACCNTS EVERYWHERE Meadity demand that in all avoca Â¬ it now is in each of the county papers for at Particularly if he is a bachelor I have a remedy guaranteed to cure in use for over twenty years all mch l ar deemed least two issues of said papers imme- Â¬ tions in which both men and Chicken Cholera and other diseases over the United States aifd Canada Two railroads in Richmond 2nd If a majority of the legnl voters The city of Oskaloosa Iowa has elect- Â¬ diately women are engaged equal wages would among fowls I will refund the money and stands at the head of all other make competition in of said county cast at said election ana uypreceding aiii day of election ed a woman for Mayor and a Council shall be paid for equal work and freights and competion mixed paints for beauty of finish in every case where th remedy fails is the are in favor of said subscription then this order iostiug printed hand bills of composed of women The first city or- Â¬ at finally that an enlightened society life of trade W G WniTE covering qualities and durability Goods waree and said bonds shall be executed aocordiug Richmond the Court house door iu dinance enacted was that no woman and in one or more public sltould demand that only adequate merchandise would come Prescription Druggist Every package shall wear her spring dress or bonnet be- Â¬ at a to the provisions of the charter of suid 2d St near Garnett House inar28tf expression of the high civ- Â¬ lower rate and stock and grain railroad company and deposit witli places in each election district of this fore Other women have had ample oppor- Â¬ couuty for ilization which is its office to would go away at a lower rate a Trustee or Trust Company to be said election at Ieat ten days prior to tunity to purchase and get theirs ready GUARANTEED Officers shall be appoint- Â¬ establish and maintain an identi hereafter selected as the charier pre- Â¬ ed to Why do numbers of farmers in hold said election aud make teed ItisapositireenreforniersErnp to give entire satisfaction cal standard by personal purity Madison drive their mules and scribes and to be held by snid trustee BrxiOMiNGToN III Sept 18 I8S2 Prices tioMOr Syphilitic Poisoning It purifies the return thereof to the County Judge and morality for men and wom- Â¬ horse to Lexington to or Trust Company until suid Railroad Messrs- F J Cheney whole system and banishes all Rhemmtio extremely low quality considered C Toledo O ship them AND as in case of ordinary elections and en ana neanigte pains we guarantee it Have takeu Halls Catarrh Cure Because there are competitive Coniwny may be entitled to the same tlie County Clerk shall provide there- Â¬ Bold by W G White Prescription roads at Lexington and rates aie nccordiuj 10 the terms and conditions with poll books in which the votes Hail catarrh all my life am 48 years GEO THE LEGISLATURE- Druggist hereinafter set forth And at the Bhall bo old Had asthma 19 years aud a lower there than here same time-- that said bonds are deliver- Â¬ scription recorded for the railroad sub Â¬ dreadful cough for five years Have Is prepared to do an Kinds of Why do parties going to remote aud agaiust tlie railroad sub- Â¬ Green Front Millinery INTERIOR DECORATOR In the Senate Mr Harris was states go to Lexington to buy ed to said trustee or Trust Company scription taken everything went to the Hot New goods from New York an ex- Â¬ BUILDING AND CONTRACT Springs granted leave to bring in the fol Â¬ their tickets Because the rates certificates for twenty five hundred I have doctored with the Painting and Paper Hanging Com- Â¬ A Copi Attest perienced trimmer from Cincinnati petent 2500 shares of the capital stock of doctors litre I have done nothing lowing bill and moved its refer Â¬ there are lower workmen sent to any part WORK Titos Thorpe C M C C house reflnished and every thing new country Work done in most artisticof the said Railroad Comimuy shall be de Â¬ but take medicine for 19 years When manence to the Committee on Banks By J S ilioiUK D C M C C Richmond wants competition in posited by with said trustee ner and at most reasonable rates mar7tf and neat First street AT THE MOST I commenced using Halls Catanh and Insurance Pursuant to freight rates Every farmer every Comjmiiy it be held until saidor Trust lt-Mrs J F Stone to county Madison Countythe alaive order of the Cure I was almost dead I sent for the This powder never varlt j A marvel of 1 Sbctiox That the Governor trader and every merchant feols is entitled to the same according Court a poll will b purity strength nnd wbolesomeness More to open uud an economical than the ordinary kinds and and Secretary of State shall bien the need of Patronize J J Brooks the druggist election held at tho sev- Â¬ doctor the day I got Halls Catarrh cannot be void in competition with the mul Â¬ the conditions hereinafter mentioned Cure 1 ot low nially select one or more chartered alum We have before us a rate book AndSaid Company agrees not to con eral voting places in Madison county way and told him I would die any titudespowders test BhorilwelEtil cans or phos Â¬ Sold only In J S Collins aud that I would try your medi Â¬ phate This Fine Saddle Stnllion will make National Banks of the State which of h railroad giving the rales on solidate with any other Company on the 28th day of April 18S8 Sakjnq Powder uo 108 Wall BUN Rotas Y cine I was very bad How I suffered lie is 1 Will sell you your carpets at a bottom the present season at my stable on the and in tho best manner N B Deatiiekage S M C bank or banks shall be the deposi Â¬ freight from Louisville to points without the consent of the Madison Jnue 23 tf for 9 yeais figure He Sewa and Lays them for Richmond and Lexington pike 7 miles thoroughly educated Carpenter I could hardly breath April 5 188S tories of tlte public moneys ol the in the South At a glance vou County Court from Richmond at the low price of and builder and those contempht at times 1 saw Halls Catarrh Cure you and thus rids you of the trouble State lor two years from the first can tell whether a own has one 3rd Said trustee or Trust Company 10 To Insure a Living Colt ing building will do well to secure advertised in the papers and commenc- Â¬ In Matching them Call and see Excursions of January next succeeding such railroad or more than one It is shall deliver one hundred and twenty A CALL ed taking it I would have been under The money due In all cases when a an estimate from him Business men and settlers looking him janig 3ln selection provided that the said conspicuous that the one railroad five thousand 125000 dollars of said mare Is parted with nnd a Hen relat- Â¬ the ground to day if it had not been for for new locations or investments can Office at his residence on IlalLe Governor and Secretary of State towns have invariably a higher bonds to tlte said Railroad Company JZdllor Ctimax ed upon all colts until one year old for that 1 have not had one bad cough- Â¬ reach nil principal points in Minneso Â¬ THE FAMOUS MULE JACK Irvine Street the payment of the service may at any time change the de Â¬ rate of freight than those towns or to its order when it slmll have com Â¬ at Knowing W C BiggerslaflT Wink ing spell since In breathing my ta and Dakota by n cost of one fare for round trip Iune22 tf DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE positories having competition The rate to pleted its independent Hue of road of and appreciating his worth and believ- Â¬ head feels well and I am well It has the the excursions availing themselves of announced via the 1 b 2 All public money of Bowling Green Vapf WaJker Jr- yeara old standard gauge from a point iu the ing lie would moke a good officer wo done me a thousand dollars worth of St Paul Minneapolis a one railroad 11 Manitoba Ry Hpriiig black with a little white on the State when paid to the Treas- Â¬ town is four times what it is to line between the couuties of Wood call upon him to become n candidate good There are ten of my friends on from St Paul Mian Tickets good nose 15 hands high heavy body good 30 days for Very low excursion rates Will make Ihe present season nt the urer shall immediately be deposit Â¬ Nabhville yet Bowling Green is lord and Jessamine near Keene Sot Sheriff seeing what it had done for me taking have been Jlyle strong bone and good inu cle made also via this line to W J Col tlir heavy Many Kikksvilie Dejiookats ed in said depositories for which only half way between Louisville across the county of Jessamine and it and it is helping them I only Helena and Great Falls Montana 8talleS Richmond on the Union City racker mane and tail A flue walker and trotter I wish to sell privately tha if the Treasurer shall take duplicate and Nashville The rate to Cal- Â¬ across the Kentucky river at a point wish that every one who has catarrh tickets good for four mouths Further pike my farm known as the From his pedigree you will see receipts one of which he shall file houn Georgia not far from Chat- Â¬ within one mile of the mouth of Paint THE CONFEDERATE ASSOCIATION OP asthma aud a bad cough could see me particulars can be obtained by address Â¬ he Is miles from Red House Owens p ice o r ing C station k r t0 the 0 celebrated Central Railroad so ihat I could tell Ihem to take it Agent H Warren General Passenger with the Auditor and said public tanooga and a one railroad point iiick Creek or Tates Creek or some KENTUCKY Madison coir i the aker St Paul Minn orHETun pMS tbe 0d Canadian road leading All Ihat know me here know how I per DIst Passenger Agent 23a South from Otter Crcc I money shall not be drawn out ex- Â¬ is 102 while to Jacksonville place between these two points and Payable at time or service with privi Â¬ have suffered I have been here since Clark Street Chicago cept on the check of the Treasurer Florida it is only 89 cents The thence across tlie county of Madison to forlrosa3welI ns saddle Creek The boundary contains eow lege of returning any time during the Capt Walker is the sire Al a meeting of Ex Con federate 1858 and say to me city of Richmond and shall have of the dam of countersigned by the Auditor I am so glad season should mare provs not to be In rale to Greeneville Tennessee is the o Loutevllle on Monday you found Gen Garfield 221 something that could euro foal Brill alone vnnrmar Sac 3 In making selections of 115 to Fernandina Fla only SO placed Its line from Richmond to the so6162nJ the subjoined e Bristol Girl 298V ot rWTT and is well improved haing a good April county line under contract with constitution you wlllJnm if you want a good mule colt Jr hmTwrrrV Everyone says how much such depositories iHHwe cistern garden barn the Governor cents To Meridian Mississippi Esill 1Bl ai a Act ou workmen upon Ml3 dopled WalkerJ by J Cnpt Walker fy Pilot buildings good fences and and aKidani better you look The doctors say COLLINS an by Old and Secretary of State shall take 87 cents to Algiers Louisiana a sufficientto number of its speedy com- lecumseh a Canadian last pacer 2d supply of never failing water AH ot the tame guarantee they are glad I fouud Halls Catarrh rnar7 2m into consideration tlte best terms 75 cents To Hot Springs Ark pletlon and shall have graded itn road- - Article 1 constitution dam by Copperhead by This association shall be Cure as they i OF CINCINNATI Hal a land is in blue grass and has bcei lr could not cure me offered by any such bank or the same as it is to San Antonio bed to the Estill county line twenty five years The trac en and shall jmuSy FfjUrate Aci- - I can not express my gratitude lo rrolau M dam by Old Capt YVulker be plowed with ease andentiresuitanle tot THE SPECIALIST is banks and may contract for a Texas And so it goes throughout tiave caused a train of passeucer cars 2d dam by Donju 111 by you for the good Halls Catarrh Cure tobacco Can sell either filtv or oe ArL 2 TJj8 of rate of interest on the average the South And the South is no drawn by a sleam engine to be run slmll be the cultivation ih lssoclltm- has done me You can use Burthune Mulr Trojan byWarflelds hundred acres The land islimest M KT as much iroislal relaBrlgnolh by Brands Brig deposits and to that end the exception to the rule ash sugar tree and walnut tmber W1j from the city of Richmond across the ins among those uho were honora- - of this letter as will do the afilicted Mambrlno Chief M dam ml la by Terms easy Governor and Secretary of State We have never seen a factory coualies of Madison and Jessamine bl nSagel in theerviee of the Con- - good Publish this to tlie wholo world by Tom AND p arc corp shall advertise for proposals by of any importance where there through Klcholuville over its own It is all true and they should know It b apt- - Walker- - 1st mchJl tf ties Throat and Lung Red Hoj c K a not less than four weekly inser Â¬ was noff competition in freight rtiad to the Woodford county line nnd serte ine fraternal thoseof comradeship Ellen by old Canadian Pilot the 10 aid and assist JOSEPHINE CHRISMAN of its member Affections dan of Doniphan tions in a newspaper printed at The freight rate from Lexington thence over the Louisville t outlieru ho from disease misfortune or 2d dam by Parrtehs 4U0 East North Street The undersigned would respectfully an- - Medley 3d dam by a Stomach lle Miltles ot gi iay become iu- - rSST Sold by J J Brooks Price 76o and all Chronic Diseases of theDiseases the soat of Government and to Frankfort is nearly as great as Railroad and its connection to the city capable tors- Liver Kidney and Blood of of supjMirtniK themselves or thC building another paper printed at Louis- Â¬ that from Boston to Lexington of Louisville iiumen nervous ana spinal Affections per bottle JAS that they are 21 mar lm families to py n decent respect to the tjencral Debility etc will return to UUILDINCS prepared tocontract for Said Trustee or Trust Company ville before making selection niir28 4t remains and 10 the memory of those The freight rate from Frankfort OF EVBRY DescRimoir Richmond April 2nd and remain Jen L The Governor and to Richmond less than a Hundred shall deliver to said Railroad Company who die and In see tint no worthy days First day of visit will be devoted Satisfaction guaranteed P0feJlete elwrllyevw ltfome an ob- - Remaining unclaimed iu to treating Piles Cancers and Tvmurs Secretary of State shall select miles is half as much as that or its order theremainlng one hundred J of puUlo bU Estimates made free of charge The BUYE23 GUIDE la the Post furnished on application on short Plans and tweny flve thouud 136000 ulllot t Itiehmoud Ky week eudiug exclusively such depositories for this current from Louisville to Galveston issued March nrt notice S Att Member shall be April 10 1888 iIhIIrim wi moli r ii f each year It ia an eacy Send for Circulars Testimonials etc LONG COLEY weweii uy iMUloi at the stated met-t- caionaar year without auvertise- - 1400 miles Tlte freight rate road Companyii liUu Jclopedla of useful iafor shall Imve completed itat of the ttwufiatiiui and 10 one Darker MUs Kannie Gentry Marv aprntf Contractors and Builders j iimuKE a uf ment as above provided snatloa for all who pur from Cincinnati to Richmond on Hail tr ifie Tm iMiiikjunn oaaso the luxuries or the r o Box 971 KtW r Nn inL-- for public 4th class matter is 33 cents ner Its indeieitdet line of road Irom tlie shallv be holloled for 111 less rcoiiiineiil Cincinnati O Brauciianin I I Lytic William nscesftiA nr t ue MWK latlon JWi ncibera WHOIWC can clothe you and furnish ii Blanton money shall be drawn upon such hundred pounds while the same oJty ot Richmond aertMS the county Hind Magee Win you with of Marfison all the necessary and line in AM Btary Thomas Mitchell Rose depositories except upon the from Cincinnati to Mobile Ala the direction0 the Bealtyville thence Valk- - ffiTJtoSJ of McIIonc Ned Confederate service and that helm Blew Arena warrant of the Auditor drawn bama is only 42 cents anl to aprosi the counties of Estill OiveOX VccVv Rill Perkins James aud Lte to brought no dishonor on tlie service ChrUman C ad ia various aW tJll7 ttad VC upon the Treasurer as now or New Orleans is only 32 cents Prehl C F thousands Buffering from Arti a point on the Kentucky River at or rJl hiV Just flcuro out The MaduonCoanty Court of Conant M A Sutton R G Co BumptioaCbnghsetc Claims Have we not said enough to near Beattjville and shall have satis- e 2 Five black Lulls shall reject Dozier juay be hereafter provided lor by Did yottever trr Lizzie Walker Mary Eliza i6thTsW1neeton MondV April pphcttoD law convince you that competition in ed u train of passenger can draw by Fenly Ellen KENTUCKY WhittakerMrs IJettie pxeparatloninown for all Long Trouble sit for ne XdfCH inUe JuuTEBS orrrrveT wiuuu wceic Forbes W P Co aolcfoa a posits Will DO seat upon Six G The depositories se freight rates is vyhat tichnjqnd u claims aerintt th to be run over its tionbai Ol JU to pay postace V5Z Bold by W G White Preoption county will present them during CARRIAGE time Jeotod as Jierein before provided i wants t jermiuttH on the Kmx of 5 tmq jjie further sum uf J ns J 8 WILLIS tf T C ClIENAUTT CO Prugglit 1U iVASviwtKY WARD Michigan Avenue ChicisoTlu I County Judge J JOHN DONELSON mch 16m THE CLIMAX Climax Feinting is i shall execute bond with good surety to the satisfaction of the Governor and Secretary of State EVERY WEDNESDAY conditioned that they will safely BY THE keep and pay only according to Co the law the public moneys REPUBLICAN CONVENTION ftfiiiiiiiiisa ANNOUNCEMENTS J Â¬ w Â¬ J Â¬ m Â¬ ch bt rVt Â¬ TO THH m PEOPLE KHslfliaMi DOOSLAS Â¬ now-a-da- MADISON Other Counties L S3 Shoe Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ f Â¬ I II DEFY COMPETITION Riinl Â¬ rtf Â¬ iikies Â¬ UiiBj siojjyp Week S v -- sstH lnt - ant5 fer Â¬ e4i ill LINSEED OIL PAINT d E WALLACE FULLY Â¬ BUILDER AKlH6 I W1UG1I COItfTR AG TOE POWDER Absolutely Pure Â¬ Â¬ it Capt Walker Jr Rates Â¬ bc YOUNG GEORGE FARM for SALE At 5 the Season WJJ8 rintw aa ferf S5 SJr 3im mtteiW 2Fofg Wl215 r ir 103 Acres IjantU BUILDERS eiteBP8 i rW Gatarrh CONTRACTORS r P WHITE Nmn Fine arnages Sc SETTERS 2 Rf I euy S j SlSTS iiifi Sfeb-eow-2- m It TO May Concern JflahV0 atha -- av steamy rd ZZl J1010 r WORKS Wfl A r yp wjj feJeJ Pip er l WE SELL TI3E CELEBRATED THE CLIMAX WEDNESDAY APRIL n iJS an Sere tut v i i of Claims next Mtuidity MHelielld 1 c iiigton uiferueii Farm fir stile near HMiiutni aJwitisciiieiit Two resulrtteea are building m the Powell addition Tin1 wi 1 ctnie arm in tu hotel and the tiew railroad hi hi Tlit re are iiiue residences lu CMiree cf c juftnictMrti iti UtekHMMtd A number rf imrties wnwt Squirt J II Powell to btand fur Mayor of Kithiii Id I he LegiaUUwe Ims changtd the liutMif holding Cwmiiiwi Pleas Curt in tlas county Mr II B Dillingham wants an u iv fi r his law east of lwn hi will gel It and fjcasiiS terms with j O Nsvtr employ a hwHr h1h Is mi aH tmderiaker M i gtin Critic J Reed will deliver O F MMiivetsary Ihe 2ih infi T the Hd4res at Mt I re i i cm uuly Ctiurt f Claims meet on TiewsHt IStli Moiday nii gaint ihe euuuty Ail f t longest ietrcii on i j j e A t i fretglit train we have tlie KenlHeky Central lir ugh IlMiiMimd tjuiHltty Valued al 5WW the IMmperty K 11 Terrill died il It dis U Tic Acorn Jouisville ontiirra Judge 1uckncr in Court he i ame of a monthly wukt Work Is irogrehijr rtpidly upon In legal circles yesteiduy tlie illMHtf etlhed ami Mihiishtd by the Beally Ihe Iitdnville SiHithern mail ntiit Is nfiviiversjilinn v11 a stilt III Clmnctry ville fiehool It U printed ctHctcd that the last rail will be laid by Col It W Woolley agaiimt Judge at- Tiik Cukai fflee and la a most by May 14 Slelb vllle one of the B F Htickner who until recently was newsy well ediletl j ui nal hamliMiinest and nealthiest towns in IiiU partner The trouble dates back In the Sae will uelemue tlie comple time of the dissolution of Ihe part Â¬ Kfctil 8rin tion id the w rfc iu Irue Kentucky nership in January 1SS7 ami there Mr J M IhoimiH of Pnii- tart style with a liamjuet mid s peeches were uiitrrences previously uuiy a owner id K tiliyiKin msseil through and a graud hurrah Cottrier Jnurual few close friend however had any here yesteiday goinK to Irvine He intimation of Hissilile litigation Tho sold the building- and grounds would prayer of UI Woolleys petition is that CoMDMHtlcry Offircr8 In put iu good ordr kim hiiumibI In the court appoint a receiver to take RlccuVm of otKcers Richmond Com JiioementH offered the public mandery No if Knight Templars April ohargc of the assets property and lxok of the late firm pending the JlectiHS f Hx Cenfederalos 388S By order of l he Exeeutlve Commit Sir D W TribWe Eminent Com- trial of the action and to collect and preserve Ihe same subject to final toe Dr Will Jennings Pnhieut re mander Judgment It is further asked that the quests a hill meeting of the Sh- R C Stockton General Comman partnership be hilly aud finally setyihliers al Ihe Conrt hmKe in der tled under orders thai the plaintiffs this city on Saturday AihII 14th al Sir W F Frnnck Capt General bilniice lie ascertained that be be 2 nolock v M ImiHrtant matters Sir J A Hrggms Prelale given a judgment for the amount ami are to be attended to Sir C I Chentut St Wardcu that he be adjudged a lieu upou all the Sir Win Bennett Jr Warden Sliet Uerseir assets and property of the firm for the Sir J E Gree nieaf Treawirer payment of such balance aud for what Â¬ On last Frltlay morning before sunSir D P Anner Recorder ever amount may be necessary lo make up lire James Xtrwby allenilel to Sir J J Brooks Standard Hearer him equal with the defendant in the uominilMdeide at her hoine on T tw Sir E D Ihulard Sword Hearer division aud distribution of tlie assets Creek She placed the miiiole td a Sir J M RMdeil Warden aud property of the firm It Is further rifle under her chin and Hied The Sir J Sp eJ Smith Capt General asked lhat all ihe asuetn of the firm ball cut away the totn ueand pateed nut bo collected ami dl Hsed oi to the best at the oiN iier of the l ft eje Slie wa rest OISrtS advantage Ihe Hon Walter Evans it perhaps 45 year- okl Cause utikuuwn Madl on county has n greatemiimber Col WooIIeya attorneyLykr Apiiii of post ofllees th in one would think Ir J c Lifter Itss rental ihe who has not coiiMered the qiieliun lsawte u Stroud street nest ikmr to TlMsre are nearly two dozen Kich PERSONAL the Uametl HoHre jn t vaatei by niiHid White Htll Cleveland Kel EttRle tiro hern ami will iieit up a Moii c Fonl Union City Dnj lesville Mr Malcolm Lackey has returned from Mock of clothing Mnies He has College Hill Waco Drownvjlle Speed Ioton been lo iiievilk well CotulK TVrriil CiiattKiiMM Harris White Mr W O Parrhh of Lilv w as here mrngtHiin DeCttHr ami ebewhere SMioii Beiea Paint LickWallatvtoii twt ims deckled to pi his faith to Silver nek Kirksville Cotntishtirg this week ItkjhiiHHHl He sees t jMikiville Edeiilou Itiiihlon Million Peikius Miss Hallic Owens of Bath county is Smthern drawing mw and coming But Cleveland is ju t aertss the river viMting Mrs Dr Pojntz near in Fayette enmity ye ii ptroniil is Dr W Walker of I This iti DIED Currcn C daughter of J Speed and Mary B Hmiih died Irt Rich- Â¬ mond Ky on Thursday April jtH i983 Burial iu the Richmond cemetery wllli seivics bys Rer Preston BlakS of the Baptist church Owen Parrish died at die home of Ids H J Lynch in Riclimonfl Ky on Sunday April 8th t8SS aged 70 years Burial in the Richmond ceme- Â¬ tery Deceased had been an invalid for several years son-in-la- j weCELEBRATED jans sell Star Shirt Waist Ujioil - i Star Shirt Waist Â¬ - - -- Â¬ Â¬ on-fedenite - Â¬ Â¬ Mrs Mornin Taylor died at her home on Silver Creek Madison bounty Ky on Tuesday April tdthj iSSS aged 69 yeais Her death was the result of paralysis The maiden name of deceased was Million and the funeral will occur to day Elder Owen Young officiating and burial in the Million burying ground She was the mother of ex PosTmaster John Taylor of this place Mrs Sally Dcatherage died at her home four miles nerth of Richmond in Madison county Ky on Friday night April 6lh 18S8 aged 94 years Her maiden name was Phelps and she was born within a short distance of where she died She was married in 1S11 and from that time resided in the same house She was the mother of ten children nine sons and one daughter six of which sons arc living -- AT Covington k Mite e s I The Fine Tailors and Clothiers - - Hatters and Furnishers and examine their Immense line of SPRING and SUMMER GOODS Their stock is complete embracing all the novelties of the season A-- Ir She joined the Baptist churoh about 1812 but went over to the reformation in the earliest days of Mr Campbells preaching in this State The funeral occurred on Sunday Prof Hagerman officiating and the burial in the family burying ground 1 duiprock Corn Is scarce at SI 50 per barrel F B Davidson is in Frankfort this week on business Curried about 700 logs down the river -- LATEST STYLE IN Their Merchant Tailoring Department THE FINEST LINE OF i i jt t lat J week aMd tHu Mherd are 1ms Mrs H Sjed tSmilh iSHlWVl tNMkjHHKHt which s be t Whju iHMdl received of JHlHg to in- warks at ii t Wa tv iu cant buy a uJiUis a pdery ai the Mme figures yaw They a oMrail- UM 1 opthw im iltv A D millinery window wh ijewMtd if joti want to free a thins rf jiir B Kleririe Lisfct Mefe-r- K Kiirnmii Sk owners of Bmimhm 4Iill liaii cwutriK ttd with a Cincinnati house Jim- an Edisin eleetrkj light to he jtut into the mill whkiti is extensively H rated day and night by FtH iuaii Cifeuault The ilant oosts 300 exclusive or the miHw jMwr which iwwer will be fur dished by tln mill The light will be turned on Iu about two weekf Isnt that enterprise Lst the IX X I IJ u ll conie on - much by tlie la ople of Madison as ihiwe of Fayette Ami while is Ford across the liver iu Clark county yet a number of Mddi Min eple get their mail theie Paint IdcU is just over the creek iu inrrnrd county ImiI the same may be said of it as Cleveland and Ford Altogether it is obvious that Madison U well sup- Â¬ plied witli posi tiiiices J Jackson county was in Richmond Maj Hampton ing his daughter this place last week of Uooneville is sit Â¬ Mrs II C IlargU We the citizens of Drip R ick have built an extensive Pontoon bridge Messrs W T Brooks Jno T Hintom across South Fork Creek E Parsons and G C Lockhart of Paris were here la President and J W Walker Secre- Â¬ yesterday tary Born to the wife of Noland Webb a months sojourn among the hospitals of March S7tha boy Born to the wife of New York City Jess Richardson March 2Stii a boy Mr A C Green of the extensive cigar Born to the wtfe of Charlie Bell house of Fritz Bros Cincinnati was March 30 a girl here last week and secured a number of Rev J G Parsons has returned orders home after a stay of three mouths in Mr W H Polk editor of the Lexing- Louisville nt the Southern Baptist ton Drummer was here last week He Theological Seminary and will en Â¬ has a number of readers over this way gage hi the work of missionary for the Baptist church in Eastern Ken and is getting out a live paper Rev J B Parsons of Jackson county lucky who studied at the Theological Seminary Mr Patten Liltle of Drownville Louisville during the winter spent a was visiting friends and relatives here sherl time here lat week on his way and said that if a man belonged to the home Baptist church and was a good Democrat that his chances for heaven were Mr George A Lewi proprietor of the Roundabout Printing House Frank- Â¬ good and that his chances depended fort was here yesterday He had been as much on his being a good Demo- Â¬ up the river and says the Go eminent crat as a Baptist will this summer put in a lock in con- Â¬ Of In le red t Krerybaily Who Drives or nection with the Bcatty villc dam Rides Â¬ Â¬ NECKTIES RI C H O N D IN 1ST is complete consisting of the FINEST and BEST FOREIGN and DOMES- Â¬ TIC CASSIMERES and WORST- Â¬ EDS c Tlieir NECKWEAR IN RICHMOIVD HT Rdj Hadt Clothing Department Dr John W Foster has returned from is complete in every particular em- Â¬ bracing all grades from the cheapest to the finest I t uti j - v Adams Sllvei Cieek w in Ciii iiirclia ing a huge Mock of m1 l HamiMuM MtkiaH tttr ti J ir o I i I D A1mw4h lias retHrned meuiiMti and with a delightful tif millinery lw ojitmed a store slim - a K j iait s of Winchester National lli vuik at 10 er bhro ttrflauu 11 au- tjono fr it 1 1 lj L - Sn- J- - II Powell Mikl lui t week lias KeMgMH Kev H T Daniel late pastor of the ilaptist Chnrch this plaee Int- - resigned his charge at Utagiw Ky on emtnt id ill health Mrs J A Higgin this place bister of Mrs DmioJf was at Ulasguw l st week and tells us that Mr Daniel is dangerously sick awl was thiHtght to be ttesd for twenty iniuules- hut revived He is exeeed iiisly deiieate ami will take a season of recreation Hw numerous friends heie wili be fcorry to liear of litemfe fiHtmie anil wish lim a spcidy re- overy - - Elizaiwlk M Iilick Since the pnldieatiMi in last wedt Utothtrt bouts ami toes litwho have lived in lkliionri Cuxax f the aitick on Eliyibetii i tut- past several year removed oh Zine a native of Winding W Vh and the heroine win savetl tlie hn t jt e 12 u M Sterting frHn Uh- Indians in tlie early days of i unrtiuewenl hy JtHttmoil- - Cincinnati we learn that ylif was mi that he aunt of Alexander Campiieli founder Alloilley brought of ihe CJnistin church a s t recign in Jnne i By the way a jnrHis i tuiulKr tlmt dMiigui hed genllentan lias a been decided traiHl dughter and a grand niece iu L iltr vote ll Kfahmoud Mrs Prct llageimau and t ii a lhal Iteteaher whkkey shall her cousin MissCamhell the vtKjalist Uineiii imiiM l a i j irj us agni who in a daughter of tlie editor of the i t uiumercirfl Citofcetle ia Wheeling Intelligencer and who sec - iis Jhntn ls Â¬ I j i j KORrlHley onded tlie noiiiiuatiHi of Uarfieki for il itltuli Ptesident ill Ihe Cliicog i WHivvutiuii nieli i i ii tiKice tei Im JrAIIg4l i n i c AUtMly Fire aiu it lurieil a rill l Alnmt 8 ochxk TlmrMlay evening j A 1 1UH Hint I rtt i late of ihin in wiidig to v nit sub ennthm itHuaik tltal r ma w lit-- tint Ixiby are well and hi I It N KeMelson iutt oi Kitwxviik tb I liick Itainl CoiiOert ooHtan at 1 i uil liuuce iH xt Momktt Ajoit I i tiLiter l ne aucjiios f lite Al E t ircn IrRe SO and tii cento lk I t 1 a I Crf kloil -- Wllllen over ie rat iaienjjer train r8iaitied bmijiille mlein iotl t i 1 1 as V II AleBciyeT ami frtoiily n j arty of frkiMl Irom Ilarrod Lurj to IawreiicetHirK Tlmrwlay F c lie t fire iiiMiraifce firm f Powell ved and a new firm mil uas di of Cajt J Sjeed Smith ami S Powell lias lieeH formotl sanie a Powells law idHer Mr iieil i Oife J G nit- - lite broke out in the itir of Mr James llennctls lesklenoc on Main streel But ihe file dt iHUtment and the citi zens generally respoinied l caddy ami only the wooden annex was destroy til It eottiaiiitd a quantity of meat atd Los several hundred otlier things didlarsBut the lume jirojier wa clearetl tf its c uileiits ami likewi e llialot Judge J W Bourne For a short lime it looked s if the entire hhick including the Willi- - House and Ihe Wlieniit pnterty wmdd go lad the wind ws from thctSonth and the Are oriKinaUd on the Korlh side Mr Bennett tenders his wannest thanks to the larxe number of persons who so nobly fought the flames The little engines did giMtd work hut there wight lo be a some more practice aud better liaeidhte in tlie fire department The fire vas tlie work of an inciu dbtry - Ctaniy Court Praccetlinss As per summons the eighteen Mag Â¬ istrates of the county met in the courl hottee on Tnedy County Jtnlge Cheiiauli presided The pcti tiHi of more than fifty lax iiers VVK8 preaenteil asking that Ihe proposition for Madison ciHiuly to subscriltc 32o0 O to the capital stock of the Rich Â¬ mond 2sicholtsville Irvine lieatty viile llaiiioud Ik- - submitted to the vote id the ieopie Afier a ooiisidcalion of the subject lasting through live or six hours the proposition fount else wheie iu this isue was formulated d Benuett Young aud Judge A E Kk hards of Ioufville retreciiliiig tlie lMii ville Southern were present and announced their willingness to answer any question lhat any one w Mieil to a k Julge Ch iiRiilt au nonneed that he w i hed every man w hether MaKi trate or not to eay any thing desirtd or to ask any question of the Court or OfHiiyUaly else that would bear uhiii the subject Ik fore Ihe Ctturi Squire Armer said that he ob Â¬ served iu the audience several gentle Â¬ men who were opposed to the road and he wished they would stale any objections thei might have to the road or to Uie Huhuii oinn of the proposition Messrs William Arnold Thomas D Chenault Dr Willium Jennings and Squire Parks npoed the submission id ttie question to Ihepioplc Tne princiml olijeetion wis Unit the amount was too great Mr Arnold vHke at length aud denounced railroads generally Mr John D Gooit loe Squire Coyle and Squire Woods of Ihe Olade precinct Senator Heunett Hon Curtis F Buriiuu Judge C II Breok Mr A It Buruam Squlie Willis ami otlei s made remark They fivored he submi-o-iito the e pie Thei thought the proportion well yiianied and reasonable Tlie vote sttMel 1 1 to 1 hi favor of submitting The fonr adverse votes were the two from Union oie from Foxlown ami one from Kirksville Mrs A LARGE AND HANDSOME LINE OF FXJRIffISHIX -- The largest line of SUMMER UNDER Â¬ - GOODS WEAR ever shown in this city HATS IN GREAT YAJRIETY from the cheapest to the finest Yeoman Hat a specialty The 0No trouble to show goods We guarantee our prices as cheap as the cheapest ami in harmony with quality of Goods Respectfully febS ly KIT Nest Door to Madison National Dank MITCH RELIGIOUS Rev Mr Hurlbut of Detroit Michigan who preached a series of sermon at Berea has gone home Â¬ Rev Preston Blake has ben holding a series of meetings the past ten days at Waco Baptist Church Rev Mr Lee of Ohio preached Friday Saturday and Sunday at the Baptist church this place The Kentucky Chautauqua Assembly will meet at Woodland Patk Lexington June 26th and continue until July 6th Rev C P Williamson closed a three weeks meeting at Newport on last Fri Â¬ day with forty eight additions forty four by confession Mrs Laura E Francis preached on last Sunday afternoon at her residence in Richmond on the Fulfillment of Prophe- Â¬ cy She said in tubstancc that for thirty years the had lived by faith and hope but now the fulfillment of prophecy had come and the Savior was on earth that she had been to Illinois and seen him and she did not merely believe but knew him to be the Son of God A fair audience was present Mrs Francis will preach every Sunday afternoon and the public is invited They reached Ri chmond on Monday and are at Maj CF Burnams Vrtut atnl the President Mitchell wlw killed Haley iu The Till Pawily iirecinct several years ago ami The large amlienoe who last eve uas miii to the H4iHentiary died in ling rilled Plymouth Church were I al institution on tiwnday niflitAlirti agreeably MirpriMMi hy a oonoert of a aijd was buriei in this eounty lat most miHiue aud original eiiaraeter week The HII Family known as the ltoek Â¬ Hiii James French Winn of Win- - Hand Concert Company filleil a pro gramme every number of which was ctfter was here last week He is a enthusiastically encored The strange ran miate for Onmrnonweahhs At which stretched the plat- Â¬ tcriey and think Madisu ought to instrument form composed of several pieces of fctnu I by hhn as Clark stood so nobly gray roek airaused like tlie keys of a l Judge Scott piano excited great curiosity but when II rticullure is taught in the ooui the most IhjuhI and delicious music n u schiHds d Geriuatiy Tlie jwiiils was caused bv tapping these veritable cn rtquiied to bud graft transidaiit boulder stoned the i nitres was intense 1 ant seeds etc anil lliey are given These Cumberland stones seemed to il Trm lions on the sutjrct of daut contain the very poetry ami music of K th adaptatimi of varieties of soil the lake district and of Wordsworth c uiute etc Coleridge and Souihey who made tlie beautiful region of Skhhluw aud vocal with lr Win Long formerly foreman Derwentw ater their Rl liichmoml Planing Mills lias song M iiiyniid strange instruments iwere performeJ on during tlie evening rcunied to JlkditHond and ag dn upuu the wiwrk of eonlraetinaud Daily Staudard Union Brooklyn LMjiug Iieatid Ir Charley Cotey K Y January 11th 1S88 forroetl a imrlnerthii Both are Of Interest ts Wibaesscs gJT workmen The folSpu lug rule iu regard to wit Thomas J Sett wrote an netsRes was made by Judge Morton at u ti of five tlMHt iiiid words in tlie he late term of Ihe Circuit Court C riuiraii huheas eorjms case in Mib-- Hereafter witnesses for the Common Â¬ iee that a Magistrate can not law Â¬ wealth iu a felony case niti l claim for fully set aside a decickm of the Court attendance during he trial at iis r f Apjieala of Kentucky Corneliaou doe or when tlie case is conliuued was thcreuiim reuianduti to jail in attenilunce upon tlie WltueKBcs Court I wt not presul in the room nt Mr larjck attorney at law Jack the conclusion of tlie trial or the con Â¬ i Ilreallutt dKiuty was in Ulcb tinuance of the case and who do then wtjud last week He says the Louis Â¬ claim attendance will not he terniitted ville Southern will meet wHIi a warm to claim or oiler any excus e for not wdc me in his county Wont us being iH esent aud claiming for attend Â¬ MudiMiti county neonle have delight ance after the day main wnkh tlie ful fire- - when w get that Tniuble trial closed lhat i after the evidence fcoait Cieek cane coal from Breathitt ou both sddes Is funiishetl or tinoti the Among the gentlemen mentioned day the can li oouliiiued If a wit Â¬ In connection with the oaudidaoy for ness has been in attendance in such Commonwealths Attorney are Mr case but jib ent the day the case Is J A Sullivan ami Hon James II oontlnut d he will mit be allownl to his absence aud Hiniam of Ihin dace Hon James oiler an excuse F Winn of Winnhealer Mr Emiuett claim for ids attendance until at the Ison ind has Hanson of Paris next term of the Court at the time of Mr Cnitrlier of NlekolafvlMe aud dl3jHsioi thereof i iiher by trial or WiiuesstM iu nil ci cs continuance iiij John It Allen of Ltixlngtou when tiny fail oohiim a tic tiuit of Plant Trecs the trial rcunUiiuaneeof a case miM iw is tlie time l beainify apjdy to tlie Court for allowance for Br umln by planting trees Trees not attendance through tiilier Ihe tom ailirn ynur itemises Init render mouwealths Attorney or Cnunty AtXitaue more ideet utnt and hrtil hful torney The Clerk will on and at tlie itftnost beautiful oitte towns Vil- beginning of each term oiilietouit lages- and o hi ii tries huve Irre There post a copy of llila ord r in thrpe of ile i sn abundance m room in Kiohtnund rnost conspicuous places about the ues Ltt o Jmye lret ijrt f iuufee UegUter li ie 1 en-tir- Jge Â¬ fr yr Â¬ Kiimerous iteisons iu Riuhmoud will recall Mrs Marie Wright the stylish and versatile correspondent of the MATRIMONIAL Sunny Sotiih Atlantas great liter- Â¬ ary paper last fall lion Jas R Burnam of Richmond The New York Worlds special Washington correspondence of last and Miss Lula Gay of Clark county Thursdty says Mr- - Maria Wright were married on last Thursday morning Rev Mr Van n well known correspondent of this at ShrevcportLouiiana city to night enjoys the distinction of Lear late of Winchester pronounced the having been suved from a violent ceremony Miss Gay and her mother death or at least n grave injury by went South in the winter and Mr Bur- Â¬ President Clevelands heroism While nam took advantage of the situation out riding with a fileud near Oakview brought her home and made a bridal the Presidents country place yester- Â¬ tour both at once Mr E Tutt Burnam day morning her horse bcame un brother of the groom was present The manageable Taking the bit iu his party reached Winchester on Saturday teeth he dashed up the road towards Miss Gay is one of the wealthy and at Red Top making every effort to tractive young ladies of Clark and will unseat his rider Mrs Wrights receive a warm welcome from Mr Bur strength was fast deserting her and a nams numerous friends here serious accident was imminent when WACO from the little lane leading into Wood ly Ijane rrad from the Teiiualcytown wad were seen emerging Ihe President Died near this place little son of and his Minister of Finance Secretary William and Nannie Turpiti aged one Fnirclnld on horseback Taking In year the situation nt a glance the Chief Mr George T Grinstead of Bybee Executive put spurs lo his horse and towu has completed improvements on like a knight of old galloped to the his house fair one In distress With a slurt and Kev Preston Blake la holding a perilous stop he drew up in front of protracted meeting at Hie Waco Bap- Â¬ tlie now frantic beast upon which Mr Wright was struggling This action tist church seemed to fairly mxtlden the horse Lee Todd has returned front Louis- Â¬ and he pitched aud reared alarmingly ville where he has been purchasing Dismounting with a hurried emit ion his spring stock of goods to iho lady to keep cool the President Died on Saturday March 31st grasped the horse by the mane and mid a desperate encounter en- Â¬ Faris Scrivuer aged 17 years crippled bridle sued which left the succefsioii to the sou of Mat and Fannie Scrivner first office iu Ihe land for a moment iu The farmers in this section are very doubt Cleveland luck and Cleveland busy mowing oats and planting gardens pluck prevailed however ami hy and preparing for planting com degrees the man acquired the mastery Died at Bybetown Monday April By this time Secretary Faircbild and 2nd Russie Coyle infant son nf A S Mi lilmorn had come up from op and Katie Coyle aged two weeks oeite directions the former hastily Mis Bessie Bniiiiistark of this place dNmnuiiled to assist his chief As Mrs Wright was evidently worn out is visiting her sister Mrs Rev W 8 the resident surrendered the bridle to Grinstead of Chaplin Mason county the Secretary and uw assi ted the Mr John Butirnstark has about thoroughly exhauded lady to alight completed his new store room here Willi great fortitude she refrained from and Miss Bessie Bnumstark and Miss exeicising her womanlv prerogative Em ni a Poer will open up their new of fainting though the temptation stock of millinery this week in said was great as she laughingly asserted house tc uhilit With courtly grace Mr E H By bee has been appointed Cleveland inquired her pleame asit- Deputy Clerk at this place by Tho ng her if she desired a less precarious conveyance back to the cily placing Thorpe County Clerk He will always his stable and himself nt Iter dlspoal be teady at his store here to wait on With thcgiitcf her ltfrthlalid how any one that wants to make deeds or ever she announced her delermitiu- - mortgages of any kind tion to conquer the beast and ride The Bybeetown M E Church holds hack to town us she had ridden forth clrtst tueeting first Sunday morning at the rider of her own horse Touching 10 oclock and preaching first Sunday IU hat polhelv the President remount- - nt 11 oclock a jr and 7 oclock p M J and rode off as cool b as though he Rev Fret Grlder Pastor Sunday weie in the habit of saving lives every school every Sunday evening at 330 day and had re lly done nothing D Zlttle HupJ Prayer meeting every j Saturday evening at 730 lpiisiinl Â¬ Â¬ I Every owner and traiuerof trotting horses and every man who drives a will be delighted to fast horse gaze upou the windows of the elegant saddlery house of W C Gnrmlej A Co ia Richmond The massive French plate glass have lie hind them an Artistically arranged variety of goods especially adapted to trotting horses There you will see the latest aud best articles such as clipping machines clipping scissors and combs fancy elastic surcingles Maud S plus cooling blankets Paris dusters peerless lialturs toe weights shin aud ankle boots scrapers sweat blankets scalping boots shin ankle and pastern boots elastic stocking oil skin ankle rollers speedy cuts tunnel boots aud many other things used on harness horses Saddle horse outfits in variety Ihe Whitman suddle riding whipspockat spurs ladies spurs riding leggings English bridles fancy saddle blankets and numerous other requisites for exqestriau outfits They hae buggy robes lap cloths o whips harness lor buggy and carriage use The large plate glass show cases are filled with goods skillfully manufactured from Ihe best material and the wall cases are filled with saddles and harness that can not be excelled any where in Kentucky W C Gormley Co have the finest saddlery in Kentucky aud everybody is Itivittd to call aud see it Â¬ -- SELL THE WECELEBRATED ArE SELL THE CELEBRATED Star Shirt Waist Star Shirt Waist N--- T SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO 13 of V B Goods Laces That are fraught with great interest to the purchasers that visit our store in search DEtlODBCIWIOnsriD IBLaHuSTTTTOECY White Embroideries Clothing Boots Shoes The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricul- Â¬ tural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Richmond c IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR M0R IN THIS TOWN We keep constantly on hand a large stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE of all kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE- Â¬ RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of aH oods m ether lines t we handle Special attention given to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts Ac fee Tobacco Barns We are the agents for the roost celebrated Hats Ammonia In Baking Powders From the Scientific American We could fill one side of a newspaper yet that would not describe the merits or the intrinsic value of our exhibit YOU c BLEACHED and BROWN COTTONS in all widths 10 4 Sheetings in plain and twilled 10 4 Linen Sheetings lyTAPKIIVIS and TABIaK LIS TEMS rind We want to make this the Greatest THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS White Goods Sale ever known Prices Call at onoe and take a peep at Kit a TIN oMwectkm with and ontr emptor the that speak for themselves Come and look mostWe also runWorkmenSHOP hiMr Gentry bemg our basieessmechanic MnwctT wflt competent Our Mitchs Immense Line cf Neckwear a practical give special attention to all wad done at tbat line ROOFING GUTTERING just opened at them Now is the time for larere assort PAIRING C as ha has done the past aprll 3t Our long experience in our btKines enables m to be well up in it in the war 0 Real Estate For Sale ment of White Goods and Low Prices at markets and buying our goods stricjy for cash enables us to bur at fc Anioung the recent discoveries in science and chemistry none Is more important than the uses to which com- Â¬ mon ammonia can be properly put as a leavening agent and which indicate that this familiar rait Is hereafter to perform an active part in the prepara- Â¬ tion of our daily foot The carbonate of ammonia an exceedingly volatile substance Place a small portion of It upon a kuife aud hold over a flame aud it will almost Immediately be entirely developed and pass off into the air The gas thus formed is a simple composition of nitrogen and hydrogen No residue is left from Ihe ammonia This gives it Its superiority as a leavening power over soda and cream of tartar used alone and has Induced its use as a supplement to these articles A small quantity of ammonia in the dough is effective in producing bread to be lighter sweeter and more wholesome than that risen by any otlier leavening ageut When it is acted upon by the heat of baking the leavening gas that raises the dough is liberated Iu this act It uses Itself up na it were the ammonia is entire- Â¬ ly diffused leaving no trace or residuum whatever The light fluffy flaky appearance so desirable in bis- Â¬ cuits etc and so sought after by pro fessioual cooks is said to be imparted to them only by the use of this agent The bakers and baking powder manufacturers pruduciug the finest goods have been quick to avail themselves of this useful discovery aud the hand Â¬ somest and best bread and cake are now largely risen by the aid of am- Â¬ monia combined of course with other leavening material Ammonia is one of the best known products of the laboratory If as seems to be justlv claimed for It the application nf its properties to the purpose of cooking results Iu giving us lighter aud more wholesome bread biscuit ami cake it will prove a boon lo dyspeptic humanity and will speed Â¬ ily force itself into general use hi the new field to which science has assign Â¬ ed it Â¬ Â¬ MUST COME UD SE THEM Farming Implements and Machinery We call attention to a few that we keep and are agents for The Walter A Woods Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers The Buckeye Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers The Celebrated Oliver Chilled Plows over 1500 of them having keen seW by as They have no equal Meikel Steel Plows and Double Shovels None better James H Halls Steel Hill Side and Turning Plows The Celebrated Browns Walking and Riding Cukivaters The Celebrated Big Injun Sulky Plow only hag to be seen to know that h b the best in the market The Keystone Disk Harrow that U pronouncedthe best in uee The Only Reliable Corn Planter Vandiver Rotary Ask a wha nave used them At least 100 of them in ue in the county The Evans Corn Drill the only one that has proved a perfect Mtccats Have sold them for years The Celebrated Bell City Feed Cittter both for power and hand Nana aaaal la it Also a full line of other kinds of Feed Cutters The Celebrated Old Hkkory Farm Wagon We have also taken the agency for the Croker Fertitfaer and Chemical Cas Fer- Â¬ tilizer lhat is pronounced the best in the United States Try k an anm tahacce potatoes and wheat in fact anything that grows 5fiyWe keep a KU of aH Farming Implements that we sell and wJka bars them and any one that wants to satisfy hknsek as regards satfefhetie that they give can ask parties using them We are confident of a just verdict WHITE GOODS -- SUCH AS- - checks and plaids MULLS in stripes checks and plaids SWISSES in stripes checks and plaids PIQUES in plain cords plaids and stripes INDIA LINENS in plain striped Seville EMBROIDERIES in Jackonet Swiss and Mull LACES in Torchon Medica Piatt and Remnants of White Goods and soiled Embroideries a few that will be sold 1 ARE DETERMINED 10 KEEP GOODS FOR EL Tlie Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairy The Farmer can find all he wants under our roof Machinery Trace chains Homes Hay forks Shovels The Carpenter and Builder can lind all he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the aaly complete stock of Iron Horse shoes NaHs and Wagan Makiial In the town We of course cant enumerate aH the goods we handle but art all to come and see for themselves the stock of goods we keep in our 137 foot store house They will RE- Â¬ Richmond Well Improved with good water For terms inquire of Joe Bush marJMiu A farm of 100 acres 4 miles fritn on the Lancaster pike JEE STRENGPS JMammoth the bottom arice and that benefit we give to our customers Dont forget that vou can always find the lowest prices and the best good at old reliable house of te Louisville Store SHAQKELFORP QENTRY BKlVHfr QQ -- ttm wvs LOCAL DIRECTORY LODGE DIRECTORY KJeJ JENNY TTta Fkp cr LINDS SYMPATHY Unman delicate health neglect elircss and griof marked tho early life of Jenny Lind bat instond of CTirt7 Swedish Xlffhtlncae SIpollloa of the Fuou -- i t f 1 5 geaereHsiy to remain silent save on specific nights but Jenny Lind would nse her voice in charity work when awl where she pleased A writer gives two anecdotes illttstrativc of her sym Â¬ pathetic nature and hor determination to have her own way She arrived in a small town in En gland where she expected to rest for a day er two before going to a large oMjr To her vexation she discovered that she kml been announced for a monster concert that tickets had been s4d ami a hall hired With the sternness thai was natural to her when lindignant she demanded of the man Â¬ agers an explanation of this conduct in robbing her of the expected rost They apologised ami admitted their error hit begged her not to put them Mo mertifieatiea and loss by withdi aw Â¬ ing the tickets Just consider Mist Lind said ono Qucrie of them seeing that she remained un VINTAGE lN CYPRUS aSeoted Crowds of people who never will have a chance of hearing A Clever Dodge bj- - IVhlch the Cunning Cjpriot Evades the Gaucer res again bought up all the cheap seats think of tho disappointment to The first days of August open tho them general vintage although the grapes Hew much have yoa expended V from the warmest spots are sold and she sotd cehliy The amount was eaten from the end of May onward named semothing under a thousand and its duration of some six weeks is doMars Jenny Liml wrote hor cheek due partly to the widely differing alti- Â¬ for the sum and dismissed her man Â¬ tudes and aspects of the vineyards agers Within an hoHr she was driv Â¬ and partly to tho custom of first ing about the town to find what chari- Â¬ gathering and pressing the inferior table institution was most in need of grapes and leaving the best until tho money She discovered that the hos Â¬ end of October to overripen and grow pital for incurables was the needy in Â¬ sweet for the choicest wines They are pounded with flat mallets on a stitution Immediately by her orders sloping hard floor before pressing the town was placarded with bills an neBHCHig that Jenny Lind nonld sing and the deep red must ferment in imÂ¬ mense inverted pear shaped stone Â¬ the next night at a charity concert The managers were furious but helpÂ¬ ware jars half sunk in the ground less for Jennys lime was at her own When the jars are at the end of somo six weeks covered over the wine has disposal The hall was crowded for by Jannj s directions a large number become lighter in color Tho jars of seats hail been pluced at a nominal which are baked so large as to hold price for the of the disap Â¬ from twolve to twenty barrels Lave The act of the great been made probably from all antiq uity pointed people vocalist net only replenished the treas- Â¬ at the villages of Lapithos Eorno ury of the hospital but called atten Â¬ aadVaroshia The custom of bury Â¬ tion Ut the charity and the result was ing those holding the best wine in that within a year it was placed be Â¬ deep trenches has long furnished tho cunning Cypriot with a means of yond all need of private donations evading the gangor Boing por- Â¬ One day while staying at a hotel she overheard a servant lamenting to ous these jars are coated with pitch another that none of them could af- Â¬ or with a compost of pitch turpen Â¬ ford to hear Jenny Lind sing The tine vine ashes sand and goats hair next afternoon all the servants of the This applied boiling penetrates tho hotel assembled at her request in one substance of the j ir and never quite of the public parlors and listened to it and partly accounts for the repul- Â¬ Jennys singing of Swedish Scotch sive taste and smell of almost all tho English and GirmaH ballads Her coarser and newer Cyprus wines But sympathy dictated the selections and the chief cause of this tar flavor is the they touched every heart The listen- Â¬ transport of the wine in skins which ers were se enthusiastic that Jenny are also stanched with pitch within was obliged to tear to pieces the laces The churning of tho wine in these and ribbons she was wearing that each Hnder an Eastern sun during a tedious one might have a souvenir of the hap-- journey completes tho ruin of tho wine for a European pala c and it takes w y-Tho One of the English Princesses her-Â¬ it ten or fifteen years to recover self known for her willingness to local taste of course approves and it promote by her presence a deserving is no worse from a hygienic point of view than Berkeleys once famnus tar object remonstrated with Jenny Lind water which is still unheld horc and after she had become Madame GoW schniiilt for her readiness to sing fur there at the table dhotc of tho French and Belgian bagmen The only radÂ¬ every charity Your Ryal Highness said Jenny ical cure for it is to make roads prac- Â¬ we must make use of ticable for carts into the wine districts with a smifc- onr royalty however it is conferred so that the merchants of the towns as mnch for the public good as possi Â¬ for Mohammed must go to the mount Â¬ ble The fact of your royal birth ena Â¬ ain can send up pure casks and bles yon to do mors for others than bring down the wine thcmsolvos money conld Mr royalty comes with Some efforts have lately been made in my voice aid I feel that I have no this direction near Limassn and wine more right to withhohl the exercise of now in some places comes down in It than you feel to refuse to grace a wood on ctmels instead of in skins on ftower snew or open a school or even donkeys and mules but the vast ma Â¬ stand by feme hospital patient a few jority of the communications arc all mountain paths moments to give her the satisfaction but impracticable of knowing that her Queens daughter anu mHle tracks which drive tho peasants to the me of the wine skin was at her side The more fastidious residents of tho So sermon said the Princess in teMng the story ever meant more to Salas have long leen accustomed to me than the quiet argument of Jenny send up the large glass demijohns LndV that ones advantages or tal- Â¬ Arabic damn una cased in wicker ents are so many moral responsibili Â¬ work on donkey back to bring down their household wine in cleanly fashion ties LijfHMUS MdtfHUHt from the vineyards and the wino keeps better in a damc jeanne than in THE THIEVES MARKET wood but then they are fragile So long as the wine was worth little or How BursUnand Otlirr Grl Kid orThelr nothiHg the jntch did not mattor SpuHt in Kuhsta The most interetius shops in Russia many a Spanish village was plastered are m what is called the thieves with mortar made with wine as boing market where yon may be sure that handier than water but now that Frances difficulties have given Cyprus every thing yon see is stolen property There k a law under which a merchant an opportunity we ought no longer m the thieve quarter is permitted to to have Cyprus wines offered in a posi Â¬ ony at his own risk from any one who tively repel ant condition asthoy wera comes to sell ami after a certain time at the Colonial Exhibition last year has been given the owner and the It is curious to find that so long as police to recover his property he may ono hundred and twenty years ao some winomakers from Provence esÂ¬ expose the article for smI to the pub lie The pawnshops are conducted by tablished themselves at Omodos to the government and therj all unre Â¬ eradicate the pitching practices and deemed plelges are sold at public found a good foreign market tor their auction after a year ami a day have produce Saturday Review expired but the purchaser is not al Â¬ BY RAIL TO ALASKA lowed to examine the goods nor pwehasc what be wHis All articles A Stupendous Predict Outlined by an Enterprising Newspaper are put up in the order of their num- Â¬ The great proj ct of building a rail- Â¬ bers Mire unclaimed packages at an express wffirv and if one wants to way across Siberia now boincr pushed to completion by the Russian Govern Â¬ bW en a particular article he must wR till His reached on the list In ment strongly holds out tho idea that the thieves market however thore is in the very near future a great iron no pawning Every thing is purchased belt from this side of the world will outright or left by the thief with the meet it half way and travol by land from the new world to tho old will merchant for sals en commission Great rail Â¬ Usually a thief who has an article to have been accomplished sort is oempcled to wait thirty days way corporations arc now seriously before he receives his pay and in the looking into tin as it seems stupond- meantime the owner has the right to ous project but in reality not as croat an undertaking as Eastern pcoplo be Â¬ recover by proving his property lieve The country that will neces Â¬ through the pidice ami paying the sarily merchant a fee for his service but Britifh have to be crossed in west- Columbia and central Alaska very shrewd means are taken by the is far Jews that infest this quarter to evade many from being tho frigid zone that believe it to be the recovery of such articles The Tho lino would undoubtedly in its thieves with articles for sale are usu Â¬ course north strike tho hoadwaters of ally the servants of the higher classes the Yukon river thon keop down tho whe pilfer their masters and mistresses mighty stream to within ono hundred of ornaments clothing china books miles of the coast at or noar Nulato and other articles which are not whore it would leave tho river and missed tlM long after lite limit running nearly wst would terminate of exemption from recovery In these at Cnpe Prince of Wales within about thefts the hunter can find fifty slaiue miles of tho Siberian a mine of curios ami jewelry that can coast Wry little difficulty except be purchased very cheap I found perhaps in crossing the ranges at tho china that had been stolen from the headwateri of tho Yukon would bo Winter Palace ami other imperial resi Â¬ apprehonded from deep snows in win Â¬ dences and was told that aflor an cn ter The climate along the Yukon is tortainmont the thieves quarter was dry and but very little snow falls always fHH of it the waiters carrying there from eighteen inches to K away under their coats We knew two feet in dentil it was geuHiue by the marks and the Extreme oidd from seventy to oighty patlom for we bad been IhroHgh the degrees bolowzero only prevails about china closets of the palace the day be-Â¬ two mouths in midwinter and this fore AH foris of clothing hats would be the greatest drawback to boots fchoes shirK cravats drese winter travel liim nse forests skirts stockings ami every conceiva Â¬ the r utc nearly to the coast skirt and Mo that enter into the use of about midway down th Yukon ble art arc men and women can be purchased in probably the greatest coal banks in the the thieves qnarierand the buyer need world Branch lines would tap all tho ask ho question At nrtielo exposed coast settlements and the rich mineral for sale there that laa not bcoa stolon sections of the iniorior With such a is as rare as an honost dealer W C fair country before them it will be Curtis in Cktmgo Sew wonderful indeed in this onlightonod and progressive age If work has not OF MOSLEM ORIGIN commenced on such a Hue within a A Story Kentln- - la Ilia lutrtxluellon of very short time Junoau Alaska tho nourf Free rrot Â¬ Hughes stales the rosary was bor m s During the mouth of Saptcmbcr rowed by the Crusaders from the llo hatnmedam who probably borrowod 2607723 rabbits were killed In New --Dictionary South Wales aid yot ths pest is In- Â¬ it fioru the Buddhist verba Rosary but from creasing I S uth AusriUa a dis Â¬ of Islam the following s ory it would appsar to ease which has attacked the rabbits 1m an independent invention of the is killing them off in great numbers Allanli Moslems The Prophet being greatly hardening her character and making It cynical and selfish these early trials made the great singer a noble woman sympathetic and charitable to all who sttflen d in mind or body When she had become the dim to whera all Europe was open and who was ooartc4 by managers she insisted that no engagement with them should prevent her singiHg for any charitablo pat pose Thy would hare pah her perplexed by the number of suiters for the band of his danghter Fatima declared that on a certain night Zohroh Venus would descend to the house of him whom Gjd wished to be the happy man andto bim according- Â¬ ly Fatima would be united At the i appointed time all the interested parties were on the gut vive The star was seen to leave the Hoavens and Fatima who with her father secretly favored the suit of her cousin Ali bogan to pray that it I should fall on Alis bouse By the Allab-ho-Aj itime she had repeated thirty four God is great ibar at Ali s i times the star had alighted idoor Then in a transport of joy she broke out with Alhamdo lillab and by the time Praiso be to God islie had repoated this ejaculation Ithirty thrco times the star bogan to ascend Then tho girl ejaculated V holy God thirty three timos that is until tho star was lost to view Fatima was Jnow wedded to All while tho rejected suitors bowed submissively to the will of God At the same time the Prophet believing or seeming to believe the inspiration of his daughters ejacula- Â¬ tions constituted them a prayer which he said would always be ac- Â¬ ceptable to God A string of ono hundred beads was then introduced and received tho name Tasbih in Persian and Subkah in Arabic Tho first beads were made from tho cliy covering tho martyred body of Ham zeh the Prophets uncle Kola and k- SIAMS METROPOLIS Bangkok is entirely different from all other Eastern cities I havo seen Elsewhere tho houses arc compacted together so as to cover as littlo spaco as possible and tho people massed as in hives This city however with Its 350000 people corors nioro ground than Canton with Its 1600 00 a There are but few streets but they arc Tho canals run in every quite broad direction and are so numerous that the Siamese are proud to call their capital tho Vcnico of tho East Houses project ovor those canals with open balconies and both sides of tho river for sir or more miles aro lined with floating houses used not only for rosidonces but for business People do tlioir shopping in boats and whilo a woman soils to her cus- Â¬ tomer in open view for all houses have open fronts hor lazy husband fishes sitting upon a box of goods and his children bathe and swim around the house In rowing or beÂ¬ ing rowed about there was nevor a moment that I could not sec some whore a bather and just at sundown all the common world sooms amphibi- Â¬ ous The panoong is retained on when in the water and is then oilhor exchanged for a dry ono or left on to dry Rivers and canals are always filled by freight boats fort to sixty feet long by small peddlcr boals by canoes of all szts from ten feot baroly holding a man up to a hundred or more feet with fifty or more pad dlcrs moving in state with somo high official I saw ono long canoe with noarly a hundred rowers Each ono would dip his paddle and than lift it on high a curious sight thus to see nearly a hundiod paddles in tho air at tho svne time There arc quite a largo number of small steam barges in tho city Those dart about very rapidly In fact all boats seem to do so for tho tide runs very swiftly a id boats going with its curront move in the channel while those going against it stick to tho eddies Tiiis makes the river a very lively one especially toward the cool of the day Trees abound throughout the town along streets along tho canals and about tho liousos many of them of good forest size Looking down from a high pagoda one can scarcoly realize oneself in the heart of a groat city The ordinary house is almost entirely lost in the mass of greon Here and there ono pocpg out looking cool and shaded Bnt tho lofly snow white pagodas tho tall steer roofed temples roofed in tiles of many colors many of them in gilt the beautiful kiosk turrets of the palaces tho gilded royal wat and cenotaph and the white palaces themselves make the city from an ominence look like a vast royal garden with princely palaces and oriental temples nestled among orna- Â¬ Carter IL Dar mental tropical trees rison in Chicago Mail GOOD NATURED PEOPLE Are They a Intorehtlnc Those of a Positive Deposition As a genoral thing original peo Â¬ ple pcoplo with wills and opinions in other words interesting people arc not I am inclined to believe of a very easy going temper Tho man who has a mind of his own usually wishes to havo his own way and is therefore not likely to Iks rogarded as in any conspicuous degree pleasant When it is said of a clergyman Oh ho is a very good man all church going persons at once get an idea of very dry sermons For the convey- Â¬ ing of such compliment as this all tho vowols and consonants together arc not equal to one left handed inflec- Â¬ tion The most interesting character in M lions Paradise Lost is unques Â¬ tionably the arch fiend himsolf and in the modern newspaper epic poems being long out of date no class of person unless it be polilical candi- Â¬ dates cut a greater figure than the criminals There is no doubt of if good nature and oven a good charac- Â¬ ter which things I comfort myself with hoping arc not exactly the same do tend to grow somewhat monotonous Hu- Â¬ and tiresome man nature is like an apple all the more palatable for bMng a trifle tart No husband and wifo ever lived together in greater mutual affection than did E ia and her cousin Bridget concerning whom we read neverthe- Â¬ We aroe pretty well in our less tastes and habits yot so as with a difference We are generally in harmony with occasion- Â¬ al bickerings as it should bo among near relations Our sympathies aro rather understood than oxpressed and once upon my dissembling a tone in my voice more kind than ordinary my cousin burst into toars and com- Â¬ plained that I was altered A li tie flavor of individuality and self will is oxceleut for preventing in- Â¬ sipidity Thus I theorize Aud why not If a man is fond of his own case and his own way alwars notional often out of sorts and never very ami Â¬ able why should he not shape his theory to the facts All tho while however I am con- Â¬ scious that I could find much to say on tho other side There used to be a funeral hymn it may have gone out of voguo ore this beginning Sister thon wast mild and lovely tho word lovely boing employed I take it in the old fashioned dictionary sense of lovable not in tho new fangled boarding-school senso of boautiful and I can not help feeling that mildness gentleness of spirit is one of the traits which most pcoplo liko to attribute to their friends at least after they aro dead It would sound rather odd and incongruous would it not to sing about the coffin Sister thou wast irascible and interesting And even in tho case of the living I must con- Â¬ fess to a proforciice for an equable and obliging disposition especially in a woman I may be whimsical but I h avo never seen many who affected me as uncomfortably sweet tempered Railway An Oriental City Which Hat Baea Called the Tenlce of the Kast SOUTHERN CALlf ORNIA ProfessiibnalCard8 AWilkes Smith D D above Second TIME OF KEHTUGKYCEHTRaLR R QUARTERLY HOLDING COUNTY COURT AND THE TWO 5TALLBKS kalino waste cighty fivo degreos in March and say ono hundred and twenty degrees to ono hundred and thirty degrees in July It docs not matter The few peoplo in tho far apart stations live in houses that havo a second detached roof put on like a fly of a tent and the heated desolate passage is a providential arrangement to lower the spirits of a traveler to the enj ymont of tho irrigated country recovered from the desrt in Southern California It is a veritablo paradise as really such as tho oasis of Fayoum in Egypt Hoavens how the human eye does cravo the groon color how grateful it is for a fiold of barloy a straight eucalyptus tree vines and roses clamboriiig over the houses tho lustrous foliago of the orango groves starred with globes of gold This Pcr is paradise And tho climate potual summor but daily rising in Thore is no doubt of this price when vou reach the San Gabriel Val- Â¬ ley Pasadena aid Los Angelos Avenuos of eucalyptus pepper and orango trees two three four rows of them sevon and eight miles long vast plumed fields of oi augo- - the vino stubs in the grape plantations beginning to bud bailey fodder the substituo for hay well up the verdant palmettos and other semi tropical plants and all tho flowers and shrubs and vinos gay rampant vigorous in dooryards gardons trees and liousos surely it is summer There is snow sprinkled on the bare ashy hills but everywhere in the plain is water from tho unfail- Â¬ ing mountain springs running in wooden conduits and ditches You can buy this water at so much an hour All you need to buy is climato and water the land is thrown in It is warm in tho sun tho thormometor may indicato sevonly degreos it is evon hot walking out through tho endless orange plantations and gar Â¬ dons that surround Los Angelos but there is a chill the instant you pas3 into tho shade you still need your winter clothing and if you drive or rido in the grip car3 over the steep hills you require a winter overcoat Tho night temperature throughout Cal- Â¬ ifornia is invariably in great contrast to that in the daytime nearly every Â¬ where fire is necessary at night the year round and agrecablo nc rly all the year even in Southern California I doubt if it is ever pleasant to sit or on the piazzas at night though it may be in the hotter months in tho southern portion But it is very confusing to the mind of the new- Â¬ comer to reconcile his nccossity for winter clothing to what ho sees and almost feels in short to get used to tho climate The invalid is thrown off his guard by apiearances aud I should say that thore is no country in tho world whore a person needs to use more care about taking cold Yet this must be said the air is bracing and life giving I did not in any part of tho State in walking or taking any sort of exorcise fell tho least fatigue A cold therefore for a person in ordinary lioalth an I condition is not the dragging noarly mortal expe- Â¬ rience that it is apt to be in tho East Then the crowning advantage of the country even if the climate is treach- Â¬ erous and needs watching in its tffeds is that one cm be out of doors nil tho timo nearly every day in tho year Meantime ho can eat oranges if he is not particular about tho variety and get rich selling prospective or real oringe groves to E istern people But he will never get over lire surprises and contrasts of the country Atlantic cver-bloom-Iovor-run-nlout-of-do- and Mohave desert a sldmmeriug al Charles Dudley Warner Dticuasci Its Cll luato aud Ileautles But it is seldom cold in tho Needles S OFFICE Main street two doors june22 tf BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest lioule FBOH MASONIC J C MORGAN juue22tT D D S TO Mam street over Madi- Â¬ son National Bank Richmond Ky 8OFFICE CENTRAL KENTUCKY AIJ POINTS Richmond Lodge No 35 meets 2nd and 4th Tuesday in each month R C STOCKTON W M B J Newlon Secretary meets 3rd Tuesday in each month Quarterly Court fourth Monday in January April July and the 2nd Monday in October County Court of Claims 2nd Monday in July County Court first Monday in each month TIMEOF HOLDING CITY COURT First Saturday in every month COUNTY OFFICERS Richmond R A Chapter No 16 ALIOIT BLfl DR J M POYNTZ BURGEON PHYSICIAN AND OFFICE 8econd street next to june22if White- - Drug Store North East West and Southwest BETWEEN J SPEED SMITH H P W E Hay Secretary RICHMOND COMMANDERY NO IQ Lexington and Cincinnati Schedule in Effect Jan 29th SOUTH BOUND Lve Covlugton Ive Falmouth Lve CynthiniiH Arr runs A rr Lexlngloi kve 1arls Arr Winchester Arr Richmond Arr I iucnslcr Arr Sintifonl Ex Sun 83a am iocoj a is 1105 1140 G W EVANS M D AND SURGEON Hecond street 188S Nn R Bx buu Regular meeting first Tuesday in each month Visiting Sir Knights are courte- Â¬ ously invited to attend J SPEED SMITH Eminent Commander D P PHYSICIAN OlFICE jUllr22tf No 2 No i Dally Armer Recorder DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner in Medicine ami Ktireer RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second ntreetover Dyke june22t Uroceo Store an a iry 1150 1235 DR JOHN M FOSTER Residence ut Willis House 200 510 00 MAIN STREET Door to Ltixons Up Stairs Next june22tf NOUTH BOUXD Lve Livingston- Arr 205 320 5 pro 1130 pro am 1055 pra PBi 1125 pro pro pro pra pro pro Madison Lodge No 1S3 at Kirksville meets Saturday evening before the full 3 P 3 2 pm moon in every month IOC24 pBM 130 pra V P PREWITT W M pro JCIO pra 1050 835 pm 200 pro 610 520 6 05 720 pra pm pra M Smith Secretary pra 45 P Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston meets Saturday evening belore the full moon in every month J W HALES W M T C Witt Secretary Waco Lodge No 3 1 at Waco meets 4th Saturday in every month W D RUCKER W M No3 S 00 am 1025 aiD 1145 ara No 1 No 5 DR PHIL ROBERTS Offers his profession services to the Lve july27 ly Arr public Street Richmond Ky Office In drug store on lower Main Le Lve Arr Lve Lve Lve Lve Ikrmwu ltlclmioiul Ulclimonil- T Fielder Secretary blantiiru Lancaster - 720 ara 810 ara 1100 ara DR U C AMBROSE PHTSICKYiJfcT I FORD -- Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the af-Â¬ ternoon June 22 tf Lve IUchmoiu- lVans Lexington 1urts Cyntlimna- Falmouth Arr Covlugton Arr Winchester 130 225 325 300 3 40 406 451 600 pra fc5 am pro 7 35 an pm 820 am pm 725 am pro 830 am pm 859 am pm ioco3 ara pm 1135 am 3 Lodge No 578 at fohn D Hamilt Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every month JOHN HILL W M John G Taylor Secretary 00 350 430 525 650 pm Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox pm town meets 3rd Saturday in every month pm SANTFORD OLDHAM W M pm pm Jacob II Shearer Secretary Berea Lodge No 617 at Beiei meets 1st Saturday JCDAVIS W M S W PlGG Secretary I MAYSVILLE NORTH BOUND BRANCH No 11 Nh l Dally Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun 725 am 825 am 8 52 am 916 am W T SEXSMIT1I M D PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON WHITE HALL KY Offers his professional services 0 0 P v public aug17 iyr Arr Mlllerburg Carlisle Johnson Miiyavllle Lve CovingtonLexington to the Purls- - - 200 425 520 547 DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY Offers nxioara 611pm pm pm pm pm Madison Lodge No 4 I O O F meets every Monday night at Odd Fellow s Hallon Main Street 1045 am 705 pm o pm LJ WFFARLEY NG Frazee Secretary bis professional services to 17 SOUTH BOUND Lve MhjmIIIb Johnson- Carlisle Mlllen burg -Arr Paris Lexington Covington No M No 12 Dally Daily Ex Sun Ex Sun am am am am am 915am 1135 am 555 630 724 748 815 1250 the public Office ut Powell Aug M C tf Piirrislif F Coknelison -- -- Hiath HEATH Practicing Physicians J C0RNELIS0N 125 219 243 310 10 600 pm Boone Encampment N040 meets every first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows Hall on Main Street Richmond Ky W D ALVERSON C P L J Frazee Scribe pm pm pm Richmond Uniform Degre Camp No pm pm 3 meets second Thursday in each month pm at Odd Fellows Hall KENTUCKY RICHMOND professional services to the offer their 4anly public L J Frazee Clerk ar15 leaves Lexington Soo p m rives Paris 84 p in KNIGHTS OP HONOR No 8 leaves Covington 450 p m arAmity Lodge No 515 K of H meets rives Falmouth 650 p m cverly Friday evening in Odd Fellows No 7 leaves Falmouth 600 a in arrives Hall at 7 oclock Covington Soo a in JOHN TAYLOR Dictator No Â¬ Â¬ R A BARLOW Captain DR GILES HARRIS WACO KY Daily Except Sunday Oilers his professional services to the jau4tf public DR S M LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON KENTUCKY RICHMOND jatily Office on First Street H W BRIGHT M D NOTE Trains 3 nnd i are daily lietween Winchester Lexington and Cincinnati other trains arc dally except Sunday Direct connection Is made at Winchester with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling Ashland Huntington Charleston W Va unit Eastern Cities FAST LINE Nos 3 and 4 run via Win cheterSolld Trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars oetvfceu Cincinnati aud Klclimnnd Va and Winchester aud Washington I C Throngh Tickets and Ilaepuia Cheelied to any destination reached by 11 railroad For full particulars address or call on nuy agent of the Company or S F B MOUSE E H BACON Gen Pasr Agt Trav Paxsr Agt Covington Ky Lexington Ky F B CA BR AgL H E HUNTINGTON Richmond Ky Genl Manager General Offices Covington Ky Ed Rowland Reporter CHURCH DIRECTORY BAPTIST Cane Spring Calvinist 1st Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev WiLiam Ru pard Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev T L Lawson Gilead 4th Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev L P Johnson Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble Pilot Knbb 2nd Saturday and Sunday Pastor T L Lawson Kirksville Brick ChurchJth Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev Preston Blake Republican tst Saturday and Sunday and Sunday after 4th Saturday Pastor Rev Preston Blake Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night Pastor Rev Dr Stewart supply Richmond Predcstinarian Services 2nd Saturday and Sunday and 4th Sunday Pastor Rev E II Burnam Silver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev L P Johnson Union3rd Saturday and following Sun- Â¬ day Pastor Rev J I Wills Viney Fork md Saturday and Sunday Pastor Rev J I Wills Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sun day Pastor Rev Preston Blake Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ vices 3rd Saturday and iollowing Sunday in each month at 1 1 oclock A M and also 3 and 7 P Mn on Sunday Pastor Elder M Campbell Â¬ County Judge J C Chenault STAXDAR County Clerk Thomas Thorpe County Attorney J A Sullivan Sheriff N B Deatherage Jailor George V Maupln WW Hte tHe setMn of S3 at he sa- - e Coroner Alexander Norrfc Surveyor B F Crooke Trajrnor i n of MeKee Assessor John W McPherson Richmond on the Irvin turn f Supt Public Schook Mrs Afmntda moot Stacker wilt stolid at fj- Million a livrng cott and jphaWilkes at j CITY OFF1CBR9 with usual privilege of reti rn City Judge H C Rice mare is not parted wkh City Attorney A J Reed City Collector R A Barlow Almoot Btocher Standard re City Clerk Wm G White mile track j j 249 trial on stow CITY POLICE hill brother to Kir Call 2 1 4 Ahucitt Bhteher w a seal bro t J D Feeney and Everett Berry i88e ha one white fw t May CITY COUNCIL and one in fttmt 154 hind- 1 J I Mitchell Mavor First WardJ Stone Walker upighs 1100 pottiid i when in G W Evans Second Ward tion Sired by Athlete si e 01 I Third Ward Owen MeKee 2rjiJ Isaac G 236 Athel ar W Citperton Fourth Ward f 235 Athlone 3 year old 23 v JUSTICES OF TIErBCBC WSTABLRSAMI year old 2464 Geneva MaiJ r PLACKS AND TIMES UP HULIHMO 240 Mar Josephine 4 naro 2 r J COURT cart and Matty others that a MONTHS FEBRUARY MAY AUGUST ANU AtMete b Almo 33 by A 1 -NOVEMBER - a Abdillah 15 by Rsdyks Hamj D P Armer 10 Richmond District No at Court House 3rd Wednesday Wm Ahnoot Btucher s ttd m Lad H fst Saturday Willis at Court House j- dam of First CaH 221 Lyman Parrish Constable and sire 01 W u -Bellftnmder No Foxtown District No 2 G B Million at Kings Store 3rd Monday Richmond Gill 227 and the dams of ten 2 j Kanatzar in Buffalo school house 4M1 Lady Btncher is a remarkable Saturday J S Chenault Constable se She has produce ducer Union District No 3 Albertis Parks and all of them show a high rati at Union City 1st Saturday John A but two have had a davs train rw naa Turpin at Doylesville 2nd Saturday very fact road mare hertelf W A William- - Constable Richards BeDfewKJer by Hu Elliston District No 4 Wm Benton at Waco 2nd Saturday John W bv Bhicherby Daroc Blucher Moores at Waco 3rd Saturday Charles Young Mil ers Damsel by Hamh t Oldham Constable by Messenger Yates District No 5 T J Coyte Jt Almont BlucherV 2nd dam P Kingston 4th Saturday Let land D Maupin at Speedwell 2nd Wednesday Vermont Boy son of Hill Blacl 1U George Young Constable sire of Ethan Allen 225 Lan t Glade District No 6 James M Wooa Young America 223 et a 3rd djat Berea 3rd Saturday John G Gal- Â¬ thoroughbred loway at Whites Station 1st Saturday a i Almont Biucher is a very hand RG Ballard Constable e Kirksville District No 7 J M Cotton perfect horse promises to be a sire at Kirksville 2nd Saturday Alexander and speed his produce are large j Ray at Kirksville 3rd Saturday J M with perfect leg and feet and show a Fowler Constable i s of speed with excellent di p Pooscy District No S J N Hendren turn Three of Bhtcliers produce tan at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wm A Chandler at Reagans Store 3rd Friday worked some little for speed Spic 0 S D Carpenter Constable rs Tickler and the West filly All Million District No 9 J M Long a could beat 3 minutes in their 2 Stapps Store 3rd Tuesday A B New form and were handled ery I1 v a by at Holmans Store 3rd Saturday yearKngs and Speedmont oud g lames A Harvey Constable mile in 1 115 with ease the other t ti their mile in 2142 and 43 and Tumt- - i re T has revoialionlxed the ior 8oo cash Others of i p li wnrlil lurlitcr th lnta Il Im If century Nut lease good all of which are from conm L or amoDc the wonder Almont Bmcher has inventive progress is a method and system of mares -wotk umi cnu oe perinrmeu an over tne races and never lost a heat with country without sepanitlnK Ut worker 1 months training He is a from thlr homes Pay liberal any one can 3 do the work cither sex jouncor old bi hi6 colts as well as his breeding a oueclnl ability required Cardial notneeded yon are started free Cut this out and return he will transmit the same qua to us nnd we wilt send you free someihiHfc sire Athlete transmits speeJ - u of erent value and importance to you tlmi wilt start you lu business which will brine Lady Blucher transmits speed Al- you in more money right away than uy thlmcelse in the workl Grand outfit free 33 his grand sire transmits sreeJ o- - Ausnsta Add ess True Maine g sire Alexanders Abdallah trar nov 3U Iv Npeed his g g g sire Rysdyks HaT a Ionian transmits speed so there i 1J0HN WILKES 1 2h 1 bR -- jo j ie r -- i PHYSICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street next doorto WliiteV Drug Store Special attention given to Microscop- Â¬ ical and Chemical examinations of tisues Htul fluids of the human body CURES WHERE Alt ELSE FAILS Bert Cough Syrup Tastes food Use inume cola Draruccists Illli s e limn 2a24SKS S 30 31 FtK 3 4 l 2 3 41 5 ft 7 9 W 11 K 13 14 COTTON DRESS GOODS XuTeltlos OflVred on tlio Counters of Dry Goods Krtablisliinrittd TURNER PARRISH Attorneys At Law RICHMOND ripeoinl 111 I beliovo Pisos Cure for Consumption saved my life A II Dowell Editor Enquirer Eden ton N C April 23 1887 1213 5 7 S 14 11 mt lii 9MH Tl R ii liii 5c lellRU14 it 31 34 2trs ise 23a rr tWI 1 8111 8 m 1 miting ft link 4 2 3 4 7 Ahnont Blucher k a show horse a- as a trotter having been showi times and got six 1st premiums aro twice i 1 W 17 IS Mft tl Ik ItefhVs 4 Si 4 IA UlElIHUKi UB323 aa s 9 wji Afd 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 M 11 12 13 14 9 II IS S 7 lit 13 llUVIS 17 18 It 2B 21 2223 24 S I 4 iir Qd S 3 4 Si 6 71 SI I Mil 121314 1 Cp 1 23 34 25 KY 3 j Volapuk bric-a-br- ac To him who in the love of nature holds communion with the railway trains she sponks in various lan Â¬ guages Sometimossho speaks through the conductor an I says briefly Tix or Fare Sometimes tho train butcher interprets for hor and thon 6he talks of books that nobody reads and fruit that nobody cats and things that nobody buys Sometimes again the brakeman intorprots and then she voic s her thoughts in a weird mys-Â¬ terious pathos that sounds like some- Â¬ thing you never heard and you learn when it is miles too late that Kyor dltpnnn Chair oar fp Blroomfld moant Carrollton Change cars for Again she employs the Bradford hackman at the station and he roars Bus forriip town Going ritup Hack Kavahack kavahnck kavahaok Bus for Thanierica Kbnse Merchant Sotel Tiiis sway for the Plantor Seuse And still again the passongors hold con- Â¬ Directory Man You say you verse with you anl one man asks you have ouo boarder Whats his occupa- Â¬ Whynt you gone to stop off at tion Mrs Mulligan Fall h an I which you understand to dont think lies got auny Htt do be Envcr moan Why are yoa not going to stop all the tolmo schribblin on bits o pa- Â¬ off at Denver And yet anolhor be Â¬ per Oh I sect Hes a sort D M -Djvtell you bout of lltcrnteur gins his narrtivo Mrs M Bagob I the time etc which by interpreta Â¬ dont know phwit ihni lnauos but tion is DM I ever toll you etc And hes the divtl to II iter a fl re BoUon so the way of the travel is Polyglot Budget Burdclie is Brooklyn Big e m al z d ft Col A E ci n Brow ning - id to bo the favorito faxCL or O per b nslvitlg ior English author of Gerniauys Crown three cent w rib of sug r and ton tiering in paymout tlnco onoceat rriacc stamps 1 i- The most bewitching nbsorimontsof zephyr ginghams salines and cam Â¬ brics arc now offered on the counters of the shops in the various citios Practical mothers usually purchase these goods early and have thorn inado up before the house cleaning and gen Â¬ eral renovation days of April in tho quiet of L lit or early spring Zsphyr cottons or ginghams will succeed satino during the coining season Imported ginghams range from forty cents to sixty and seven ty fivo cents a yard and there are a few which will be re- Â¬ tailed as high as a dollar and a quar Â¬ ter a yard These are the finest col Â¬ ored cottons which have ever boon offered on the shop counters The old colors of Scvros china aro reproduced in those goods the pale turquoise blues the creamy tinted Dubarry piuks a favorito color at present with lovers of old Moisson porcelain tho yellow and the cream tints of tho china aro all reÂ¬ royal French vived on these daintily striped and figured ginghams which are somctimos called Scotch but aro mado by French manufacturers It is a fancy of the season to give a silken effect to all cotton goods and a large proportion of tho now ginghams arc figured with stripes of lace or all Thoso now over pattorns of lace goods aro not found in the conven- Â¬ tional patterns of ginghams but in striped and figured designs There aro stripes of several or more narrow bands tho width and pattern of a No 1 ribbon with a feather odgc A palo blue or rose pink stripe of this kind on a cream ground is made up with a plain cream colored zephyr cloth A pale blue or dolicatc pink ground striped with white or bands of laco work is mado up in combination with a pink or blue zophyr in solid color There aro lovely lace striped zephyrs in blue cream white or silver gray with the laco stripe shot with lines of Combinations of two gay color shades of gray and while aro fre- Â¬ quently seen this season Tho most costly zophyr cloths aro in largo laco cross barred or ftriped patterns figured with raised rings which look liko plush or gay palm leaves simulat-Â¬ ing Indian embroidery Satin os are passe but arc still shown in geomotric patterns and convention- Â¬ al stripes an checks Old flower pat- Â¬ terns have cimpletoly disappeared Tho revival of the polonaise for goncr al woar this spring is ono of the cer- Â¬ tainties of i he coming styles and it is probablo that the now zophyrs will be generally mado into simple polonaises with striped underskirts Domestic ginghams aro shown in old patterns of chocks and plaids Fino chocks in black and white azure blue and white or gray and white aro always in deÂ¬ mand for serviceable morning dresses which aro charming mado in tho simplest style trimmed with whilo cm These ginghams in fine broidery qualities from homo manufacturers cost from flfloii to twontv and twenty five con ts a yard Helena Lowe in Good Housekeeping Corner Mnln and decoiul Streets June 22 tf atairs attention jjiven to abstracting Eastern Kentucky titles to lands Offiee in Climax building B E Xij 330 -l-- l 11 Ul171Sn 224 5S3SS7 lll4 K T 1 In 5wl II Dee 4 KMBsaa 3 2 3 i 4 nru 9MT1I 7 1 2123 s up The best Cough Medi- Â¬ cine is Pisos Cure fob Consumption Children take it without objection By all druggists 25c CURES WHERE l 3 4 5 a a ia ti l 2S3S IS IS 17 34 3B31 18 324 1 s v Attorney at Eaawj RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Hur F OFFICE with June 22 tf 11am on First Street E T BURNAM 39 31 lot 3i 9 3 4 2nS334 Mill 5 13 17 11 19 1SISJC123S 21 12 13 14 HI 8 sSnt 17 i 1 By Red Wilkes sire of 13 with re from 216 to 230 1st dam b Mo V den by Mambrino Patchen the - reo thirty two sons and the sire of h performers and hk mares have pr i twenty five performers in 2 30 or r 2nS3 542528273 171S19 71 8 14 IS I Z 9 K 30 1 --- -l 3 41 5 7 8 Mil 12 13 141 M17M19 22llS 22l25ia277a13 31 9 111 EtSE Attorney at laawj KENTUCKY First street same ns lormerly occupied by County Judge oct6 ly Miller RICHMOND mi J A SULLIVAN BestConghSyrnp Tastes good Use OOIQ DT nmgmiT 1U lime fill CATHOLIC Richmond Services 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ days 10 A M Pastor Rev Father Haley DISCIPLES OF CHRIST Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Elder J C Walden 5th Sunday PastorEld j W Harding Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ day Pastor Elder Colier Kirksville 2nd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph Ballew Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sundays and preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 A M Pastor Elder B C Hagerman Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor Elder L H Reynolds Richmond Services everv Sunday Sunday school at 930 A f Prayer meeting Wednesday evenings Pastor Prof C P Williamson Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ day Pastor White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor Elder L H Rej nolds YAZOO I RECORD 240 iuar7 6m OFFICE Attorney at Lara RICHMOND KY Office on Second Street June 22 tf T J SCOTT BROTHER TO YUBA 22U By Harold 1st dam by Belmont 2d Mambrino Chief 3d Roebuck 4th Whip Will stand at Silver Madison county Ky at 40 To In sore A Living Colt For further particulars address us at Sil Â¬ of and sire from 215 to 2i94 Mambrino Patchen have sircJ tl oaTs of Silveron 219 Charley P j 2 - a two years 233 Lennie two uc LUJU Patchen Orphia 227 years 237 Dynamite 228 Liri u c Second dam by Oii 229 mont son of Bonner Boy 1 2 the dame of the Ki 22 4 dair a Wilkes 226 and a number of others John Wilkes k 16 hands r igh a bea t ml bay with two white feci behind er heavy mane and tail and as a show Iiose has taken premiums at Richmond Louk and every place where he wa 33 shown JHorses handled at reasora- - e price but no responsibility for accdcnis or escapes mar4 3m McKEETRAYNf1 Creek FOUND AT THE CASH GROCERY OF HOUSE C S Attorney atKYLaw RICHMOND Office on Second Street POWELL ver Creek T S BURNAM feb29 3m GALT--HOUS- CO June 22 tf The Popular Lino between LAFAYETTE counties ana hi the Court of Appeals Office In Master Commissioners office over Circuit Clerka office june 22 If Attorney atandLara adjoining Will practice in MiidlMin A J REED E Cincinnati Pullman Sl XnJianapol and lYUljt EPISCOPAL Richmond Protestant Services every Sunday morning and evening and on Friday evening Pastor Rev W Y Sheppard LOUISVILLE KY The Largest and Finest Hotel in the city ESTATE REAL AND IWSURAMCE J SPEED SMITH Hells Agent RICHMOND KY rents or exchanges all kinds of Real Estate on reasonable terms and represents tlrct class Fire and Life InÂ¬ surance Jompanles Office in Covington Clothing Store june22 lf CHAS S POWELL J Mitchells GEO YFORMAN POWELL F0RMAH nn insurance 2 5603323 We represent the following Insurance Companies and Eolicit your patronage Guardian of London Assets Queen of Liverpool German of Frecport Commercial Union of London Firemans Fund ofCal Total Fund 13653125 00 00 216611400 11701193 00 2048842 00 55172723 00 fifiSTTowells office on Second Street znd Formzns at Bonanza Roller Mills dec2S iy Powell Formau College Hill Centenary M E 1st Sunday morning and 4th Sunday morn- Â¬ m rk v to 4 Day ing and night Prayer meeting every alternate Wednesday night Sunday school Lou is every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F and According to rooms Ti the CL St L 4 C EsIlTrsy Bis Grider and Ysadtlia Lint Turkish and Russian Baths in College Hill M E South 2nd Sun- Â¬ Fnllman Bu5et Sler ping Cars Pidlmsn Reclining Chair Cars New Mrst Class Coarhe Second day morning and night Prayer meeting Hotel Class Coaches and llaggage Cars all mn thicutta every alternate Wednesday night Sunwithout change between indnnali and be Louis day school every Sunday morning Pas- Â¬ oct26 ly Elogant Reclining Chair Cars tor Rev D P Ware BSTWItM Kirksville Pastor Rev S W Peeples Cincinnati and HI Providence 1st and 3d Sunday mornvia Tni ings Pastor Rev J A Henderson C I St T C nq I n A W Rfcflrt Ma Richmond South Sunday school Commodious Roclinlng Chair Cars 930 T J Scott Superintendent Services every 2nd and 4th Sunday mornings at Indianapolis FesmIHs asd Se Iowa 11 A M and every Sunday night at 7 P Via SHELDOIL M Pastor Rev I A Henderson C I St L A C nnd T P A W IX IM Largestand most complete stock in PRESBYTERIAN it Chicago St Louis and Teorls cloxo and im Â¬ Central Kentucky Our motto Best mediate conDfftloni are wrde Tilth all tints tc Bethel Meeting House 2nd and 5th Goods and Lowest Consistent Prices and from the orthwet ITcit d Sealhito Sundays P CARROLL IlrMgh Ilttrti tnt Earpi CbttU to til rrLccirsl Mali Formans Chapel 4th Sunday 77 and 79 W Main St Inn be obtained at any TicVet Office CI Ft L Kirksville 1st and 3rd Sundays Pastor C UTaUoviathisllnc stall Coupon Tick t jann iy Lexington Ky Offices throughout the coanlrr RevWm Crow Richmond First Services every Sun- Â¬ JOHN ECANaenm5s3dTttlacit ciifciirariTi0 day Prayer meeting Wednesday nights 8febly Richmond Second Services 11 A M and 3 P M Pastor Rev Hamilton Silver Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ Front room over Whiles Drug Store days Ford 2nd and 4th Sundavs 1030 A for rent Apply to LOW TOURIST BATES M and 4 P M jann tf Sunday school 3 P M W G WHITE Pastor Rev L H Blanton D D For 17C0 a flrsUJass round trip tlctft nood lor DO days with stop orer privilesce can Rewarded aro those who read be obtained trom St Paul to Great Falb lion they will RICHLY iinsunu men actemployment tana the coning manufacturing centre ot the find honorable MADISON COUNTY DIRECTORY a OnlySSCOO northwest B a itifmh 111 uui mne uiem irom their homes and families The profits are and return gj R JTQBH StsBtUrre CIRCUIT COURT auction B33 hauvy tTTiJrora points dollars a month It b ensyKiciai imiiueru for any one to east and sautlt Bates correpondiotly as low Judge J R Morton wm u r uuj-- wno its will Bill bo named to points in Minnesota and Da Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brors InKfowork Either Kexyoiijroi old eat kota or upon Paget Sound and ttw PaeiSc tal not needed we start yon Bverytlilns 011 Coast 1or turtr porTrnlr addrs K- - B now No spertal ability required yon Topper District Pat r j i - Prunh Master Commissions- - f R Burnam reader can do U aa well an any eae Unlr lark Street CMeapo LI or msa ull piieunn whteh we tlerk H II Mil General Pat nrnntr Agent bt Pajl a mil twtBuw Purtl and Elegant Tie cllnlnff Chair Cars on Night Xraica magnificent Foxier Cars on Day Trains plrifr Cora O OISICiLG aue Th Eatln Trcinj KCI TEtOCCH DYKES ox METHODIST BQJUtP North Second Street A full and complete stock of Ti7p Rates250 Per Cincinnati St STAPLE AND FASCY Â¬ GROCERIES cmfeciozieieS Canned Ooods Srssn and Dried Fruit Peoria Â¬ t M GRASS AND FIELD SEEDS OHlee and plenty of every thing in my line This house is for Rent SI- - Business Basis OX A Strictly CASH uv The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOrSE ntowefr f- iaflison v t o Go Bonds 1 tnt F fl li N- - lsv III p t A T rRIiIUKllEPRIX v lerk W H Miller 1 Til A I f J ii II j I i A hui - wil be mud on matunty at the Madson Is ational Bink Richmond Ky C D CIIENAULT Com tf 1 carnage Bepalrlng Painting reboani wllere he is prepared to do all kinds c onerkend ilielr addreoi lollMlleltto Port- Â¬ land Maine and reeeve foil lnformn U n how either sex of ffe age alt cab earn from of TIME OF HOLDING COMMON PLEAS COURT Miey riveo 126 per day and upwards wherever You First Monday in January ut Monday required Homo are started free Capital not bavs over 6a in a in June and 3rd Monday in October slngledayatttitsuork made All succeed nov 30 ty u iivu Hiblew rls e wliv living ir home shouldthat mi t ti ive iri cvi Th u j oy - he wlm H dM1S nA A ouiatbly KxeuistonB have been arr EiX ta tor thB tooad trip to ail pnts a v and Silnaeaota Tiakctsflr t cass aJlwo0 3dajs VorBtapsaadtoxthczpsz in aTr 11 Ajant General 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