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Digital page images are linked to the text file. jecr - - j - rj 5 V C flllpnmaaj I lib lOflji Hiki tt- t -- V i-r- T5Kc3C53 j ty-j- Id NUMBER 44 VOLUME THE I facilities therpat for liandling nil fielghts 4tli l the same lime that each one hundred and twenty live thousand dollar of Mid bonds are delivered to said Itailroad iViniiraiiy the said trtis tee or Trust Company thrill deliver to the County Judge of Madison coun ty a eorresnniliug ninouiit of said Hailioftd Companys capital stock to le owned and held for the use ami benefit of Madi ati county and any dividends declared on said stock shall le applied towards the imminent of the interest in wid bomN until the same are extingui lied Said Itnilroad companj shall liegin work upon its said line in Madison county uiiin six mouths Irom the date of Ihe subscription made by said county to said Kailroiid Company and shall compbte its road to the city of Richmond wiihin two years after said period of sis months ami shall com- Â¬ plete its road from Richmond to its terminus at or near Ileatly ville within four years from the date of said sub- Â¬ scription If either of the condition as to time i not complied with said trustee or Trust Company shall nut deliver to said Itailroad Company the amount of bonds dependent uihiii the completion of the corresonding part of tlie road and in ci e said Itailroad Company fails to comply with either of said conditions as to time the said trustee or Trust Company shall deliver the corresioiidhig amount of sail bonds Imck to the County Judge to be And said Compiiii agrees that said line of road shall la continued to be operated as completed Before said trustee or Trust Coni pmy shall deliver any of said bund- to said Kttllrnad Company the inter Â¬ est cotipins that Iihvo then matured shall lie cut oft ami destroyed and if any of said coiiHns have partially matured said itistee or Trust Com tauy shall enter credit thereon for the part that has matured before de- Â¬ livering the same And snlil Railroad Company agrees that the subcriptioii need not be made for Madison county until thirty d iys have elapsed after haid election Â¬ Â¬ EICHMOND thing in fact we have to sell thus stimu- Â¬ lating the poor men and women offering to help them in their efforts The liond do not bear any interest until tliey are delivered as directed in the order of suWription and after five 3 ears the people can pay all the bonds if they dc sire but if it is best any one or moie of said Ixmds can be paid after five cars at any time the people may demand When the bonds hall be paid and in what amounts is left with the people Isnt that fir These bands bear 5 per cent interest The value of all propcity will be en- Â¬ hanced the facilities for tlie farmer will be increased the laborer will have more to do an J at better prices our 3 ouug men and women can tind some chance at home and Madison countv by the road will reap the rich harvest which is sure to come from the development of the mineral region ju t by our fide Thi- - is our opportunity If we fail now our neighbors will get what by reaon of our no ation and wealth we ought to have This Company agrees not to employ any convict labor in the construction of the roid Read the proposition Study it in the light of the prtsent and the future and if you desire the progress of your countv its property enhanced its vigor and manhood dc eloped its poor helped anfl that it should be abreast with the spirit of the limes then give the order your support Â¬ MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 18 1888 XICHOLASVILLE IR RICHMOND RAIL- VINE AXD BEATTYV1LLE ROAD PIMirOSITlOX ojuit Court ni rr than Hfty of the lX payers of MhiIIxhi entity mill piereiited tlieir writ I en appliuu tmn signed ly llitsm rwiutsJiiiK that lfc cnWng hi behalf the fjtiesiiHi of nf MniIimhi coMiity for twenty five hUiiIrcJ shares of the cnpiHl btock of tlie IllchmoiHl fkieliehipvillr Irvine Beattjvilte Railroad Company le rn1 uiitiid to the vote of the legal count j hihui the teims iieri of contained in t ukl an l ciitKlitiott4 wn iig the electHin to be held on the Said apptiea 2SU ilay of Ajiril ISSS lii lieretof we lodged in tlieCIeik Ortice is huw onleretl to Ikj rlletl ami j irad upon the records of this court By authority of an act of llic Gen eral A wembly of the Commonwealth entitled An act to of Kentucky iii3riorte the Kiclimoiid NkjIioIus iilr Irvine awl Beattyvllle Kailnmd ajjroved March 1 ISSS unpany in repone to the aforesaid written ami hmhi the inolliin of I J lL Hticm ii ICnilroad Company it is now or dered liy this C mrt that an election Iw held in accordance with the pro k1 Act on the 2Sli diy o vj1iijm of Â¬ Statk of Kksttckv Maiumin County Ctiuirr v J April Trrm Aril 5h ISSS Tint ilay appeared ly Counsel in f j KXAUST0X KAXSAS Â¬ Editor of the Climax I take liiis means of informing your readers of the country of which tlie writer is a citizen Only a few days have eiap ed since my arrival and I am desirous of telling those who have never heard much of the Garden State of its richness grandeur and wealth Perhaps everybody knows Miere is a Kansas but I doubt if they know of Its value as an agricultural late else this country would lie HmmI eil with emigrants from every State in fact I learn that a large percent ot the inhabitants have originally come from the E iat And why I answer bemuse of the growth of towns the cheapness of lands and for the manner in which farming is conducted I will tell something about how tlie lands i ield I learn that the soil is adapted to the growth of oats millet cane barley and wheat Of course garden ing is canied on extensively but I cant call this a place fur corn although there is a prediction by many that this will be a Paradise for this pro duet in a few jear- - I am writing from where I am located oul Kiunej count but I have been Informed that the entire State is us productive as is this part On old laud oats will yield from 75 to 100 bushels to the acre while on sod or ueiv land 15 in M is a small count Millet fields from 35 to 40 bushels per acre Cane grows well ami the seed without cultivation bring 5J per bushel when threshed Oats are worth 50 cents and millet 100 per bushel Sweet potatoes grow well From three to four hundred bushels to the acre is a small e timale The soil i a very rich dark -- andy loam witli clay suti siil I would like to say more of our funning fHciluies but wilt defer the matter until another lime I have not been here long enough to blow the country as I would like to but for fear I ill grow to be leuder-f-Hite- d I will say 110 mure than this In my next letter I will say something of Garden City our county seat concern- Â¬ ing its rapid growth population c wiihin the last three years I have said enough about the country to con- Â¬ vince any Keuiuckian that I am struck on Kansas I will write again T C ADAMS Â¬ 1 April 18S9 In take the t enseof the legal voter of t aid county upon the cjueotion wlietlier paid county fellall caHtal htock of NklMKVille Irvine faiil UicIIikmhI BeaMjville itailroad Commny the to the fUinof iwo hundred ami fifty thousand hl in the negotiable dcllar to lie liuiiils of said county uiili coupons at Â¬ tached i aid futi eription to be made conditions ii on tlie following terra aiil iinIiatiouK viz l i That the county of Madison Khali Mibcrilie for tenty rive hun Â¬ dred 2500 bhares of the capital Mock f raid Railroad Company bein two hundred and May Ihnti aud dollars of ga d Mock ami my for the name in iiegotlaUe cooti bonds of the 3 aide Mid c uiiiy to be taken at iar tlirij J ear alter date but redeemable in uliule or in pari at the oHlon of tle enmity at any time alter five 3ear s aid bond to bear interest at tlie rale of five ikt cent ikt annum pajaMe hemi aiiHHalty Hie principal sul niiereit to lie jMiyable at the Ioui if IWnking Conjaiiy in Ituiaviile Kriiiuck liut if mid county sliali c eet t pay any rf HHi IhiimIs aftel the exj ir II hi of live yeaif ami befote Ihe ex ra I n of llorly vt- - it hhall days notice in w liiins to ihiri fa I ti ink piior to the next Mluceelill Z I Iij of jHuwary w hksh s hall le ij in enci year in uhicii Mich tlf I ijinti t ran be maile Hiilc it fulls mi hell it rloill tte iimhi the 3rd idi intention to make Ihe m nieiit if r the amount thereof Tlie bond I Aet in number siitdl be the first re ucnle delret te best licks He lias plowed ami sewtd e lv and Inle lie finds his land in splendid condition It turns up mel- Â¬ low and liiht His garden is in fine fix His wife has been busy arranging h r beds for seeds and flowers whi c all nature has seemed to conspire t -gether to assist biin He stretches bis tired limbs on his bed at night and b gim to calculate huw much corn the north field will produce what will be the outcome of the hill field ii oats bo v the wheat wilt pun out aid what will he the prtce How much Joe Bale is going to give him for his Iambs this time w hat cattle are Oh the due cattle have gone to thuudei and then be turns over and thiuks ol the Jim Keens and lhil Armotns and all the other mean chaps that gtt up tlie corners in wheat that rules the ling market to suit themselves thus gobble up every thing by means of their Boards of Trade and the Ex- Â¬ changes and tlie dickens knows what else while he must toil day after day in the sun while his hands be- Â¬ come hard and brown and bis face sun burned witli hardly time to look at Tim Climax or any thing ei e while the e fellows walk along the street twirling their canes and smok ing their fine cigars and pbittiug to get hold of his hard earnings and then lie remembers Willi a groan and a curse maybe how his wife lias pulled steadily by his side tor twenty years how she has saved and pinched to help lilt that last note bow ids child- Â¬ ren have guile barefoot nnd how tluir education has been neglected bow that Toiumie is near manhood and wants a new saddle and u suit ot clothes that Annie Is a yol m lady witli a young lady desires for like things in tbe parlor ami nice flowers in the front yard with nice dresses ami bonnets and ribbons and frills and oh gnodue s be cant think of it all and he turns over once more wi u lers if things will never change goes to sleep and gets up in the morning re Â¬ freshed forgets tlie sharks and sharp ers names bis labors put in aiiotbet bard day and then repeats the formatice of the night before 1 m -- in ovelties and New Goods every department cause all who visit the s pring u oocLs CONSISTING OF OTJR IMMENSE STOCK OF- - of surprise and pleasure Every line wc carry is complete and price NEVER WERE bO LOW FOR CASH AS THEY NOW ARE We have undoubtedly the prettiest line of Salteens ever brought to this cit and every style and price from the cheapest American to the finest French Satteens can be found in this Stock Our Eastern importations of to utter exclamations BUSY BEE CASH STORE eE SLDIS HISSES BND CiJILDREHS SHOES are marvels of Beauty and Style that can not be excelled BEST BRANDS of CALICOES such as Manchester Merrimac Cochega Hamilton Pacific Etc AH five cents per yard and new spring styles We hate just received a full and complete stock of rss have been coming in for the past week and will continue for two weeks when we BITS BOYS will have on hand the most complete line ofj and we earnestly akiuevery lady We lead the market YOUTHS and CEILDEEFS CLOTHING to examine this stock before buying elsewhere as you will certainly save money br so doing Footwear Furnishing in Central Kentucy Goods and Hats Carpets Oil Cloths Rugs Lace Curtains Curtain Poles Trunks Yalises c We have taken 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 Zeiglcr Bros N Hess Bro and other excellent brands that are first clas and warranted gg Anything we have in winter goods will be sold at greatly reduced prices CAN SAVE YOU FROM TWENTY FIVE CENTS TO ONE DOLLAR on every pair of Mens Ladies and Childrens Shoes you buy from us tWe BLAMSEY Jiin22ti OLDHAM7 Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store THE COHKER SADBLERY W BWHITE j ANNOUNCES TO THE TRADE that he lias a large ami well selected line 01 CLOTIIITVC Call your attention to tlieir commodious anil elegant house Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky WMLGE mchsi iy SUC gO2E corner ol Ill S Eb ORS TO C C WALLACE Library Lamps illlli HATS There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance and the quality of the goods they oiler 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 TRUNKS VALISES Etc in which you can tind the M ir 0th Said company agrees that it MOM SOUTH CAROLINA will furnish sufficient cars to triiRspnrl home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted Their LATEST STYLES coal to any of its deMts in Madi on stock of Buggy Robes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as ele county from any tiint on its line or Mr A W Cushmaii who resided in and THK LOWEST PKICES gance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber extension thertsf at not exceeding Richmond for some time but returned three cents per buliel of seventy six riding whips of cowhide wagon whips Buggv whips of whalebone to Miiiilmurciici tjoutli Carolina in OjSLS3BC- Itoimils and that it will furnish suffi- Â¬ of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in variety writing to Iiie Climax to renew Ins cient cars to transport lumber iion and Miliscripiiou sus He does not intent to be HtwtofsoW Silver plated nickie plated and wooden stirrups stone from any point on its line or ay lie Allow me to say to my Richmond ettstomers Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate ami strosg ami to Iimfull value orteevery dollar will Â¬ extension thereof to any of its stations in Rive you acquaintances that I am still ii the shop made and city made vestetl with him awl he urge ytm to in Midisni county at mil exceeding laud of the living and bo e to meil Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse boots eve him an early eall four 4 cents per lmndrrd Huud- - and them again at some future time toe weights girts brushes curry combs snunges ifcc 1000 per slack coal at not exceeding I arrived home safely with my B car of 35000 iotmds and fuither family lust fall and found a line crop A lull line of collars hames trace chains back bnmls liame strings agrees that there shall lie no on my farm just ready to be galnered At McKkks Old Stand plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners against fniglits destined to orig The yield of all kinds of crop and jant If imiting at any of its stations in Mad- especially cotton wis very Hue iu this TURFMEN CAK FIND ANY THING IN THEIR LINE iton county and if it shall violnte section of tlie State hist i ear The any p irt of this agreement the terni n Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed auriculturil outlook is brighter here at injured thereby shall have a right of this time than it has been before since saddlery and harness house action against the company therefor the war but just how long this con- Â¬ Glass- Â¬ 2FIlemember the place llerndons Corner Main and Secoiid and any judgment so obtained shall dition of allairs willcontiuue of cotiise oei meil he a lien prior to any incumbrance Â¬ Streets 1 crop thi 110 one can tell as a shot JinI If a majHity of tlie voters that may hereafter be pi seed upon the p year or a large ciop sold ut a low fig- Â¬ fi Xr e J - r cJ said county ci t at tM elecinii road and this oouiaiiy further agree ure would set us back where we were JSS 0 V11 Wi f -jaiu iy l sulisciiiMlou yv s tlieu that they will not employ convict cifcJ bre in fiver f a few years ago We are planting sa ixiuds Mlall lie exeeoled aucordlog labor in building said road throughout more extensively tliis season than ever provisiotwi if the vliHrler f -- hm Madison county tj m vi AUaaaMiTB before in this county and i we nius and lep it with ranrnai comimin a full crop nnd sell it for a good price 7th It is therefore ordered that the to lie a Tru lee r Tru d HHpm you may look out fur a boom down this iSheiiltof Madison county shall open Itreafter seh eted as the charter pre a way toon Our neighbors just across ioH at the several voting places in scniies ami to Ik hehl by said trustee the river over in Georgia iiave this county 011 the 2Slh day of April r Trust CoiiiHtny until Miiil Ituilroml concluded to boom their State a little j ISSS for the imrM e of taking tlie jiiipany may beentllled to the same sense ol tlie legal voters of said next foil They propose to hold au ex- Â¬ nciardina to tlie terms and condiiioiis county as to June22 tf position in the city of Augusta next whether or not the KINGSTON And at the j Iereinafter set fortli October I expect to attend and if aloresuid proosed subscription siiail same time that said bonds are deliver Â¬ be made to the capital stock of The little child of Frank Maupin your Slate is represented 1 would be ed O said trustee or Trust Company said railroad company of which mil didon last Sunday aged about six glad to meet there some of Madison certificates for twenty live hundred count h worthy sous I shall ever re- Â¬ DEALER IX- and election said Shcrill shall give mtmtlia 2500 shares of the capital stock of member with pleasure my short stay notice by having Hits order published said R ulronl Comp iiiy shall lie E quire Coyle made a iuii at his iu Richmond and her citizens will Watcbes Clocks Jewelry Silver and in each of the county papers fur at by it Hilh sakl tiustee or Trust least tuo issues of said wipers imme- Â¬ dictillery 011 last Fiiduy Our school- please accept my thanks for their GROCERY UPPER UK STREET Plated wtire tc Speeial Cumpan to be held mitil said ciHitity kiuduess towards me and family diately preceding said dy of election fellow Mtrnt Denlnini is attentioii given to is entitled to tlie same according to while there I shall remember Mr and by posting printed hand bills of the conditions hereinafter mentioned ELm this order at the Coiirt hmise dtior in Mr II II Lane who lias been vis Henry HargH Mr William Pigg Mr Aid sid Company agrees not to cou Richmond DIAMONDS SETTING and in one or more public ititiir his cou in Uiclmrd Boulware William Arnold Sr and Mr B B -Is the place to go if you want anything in New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and Company tui idate with any otiier Million not as acquaintances alone places ill each election district of this hi returned to hid home iu Bloouiiu wihout the consent of the Madison Diamonds Watches but as friends and should any one or qualities AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES cotin y fur lit least ten days prior to ton III County Court Â¬ nil of them and yourself included at Â¬ Clocks Jewelry Fine said election Ollieer shall be appoint There was m entertainment at tend the expositieu you will notify 3rd Said trustee or Trust Company ed to bold said election ami make Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas shall deliver one hundred and lueny return thereof to the County Judge Kingston liiuh tchonl on lust Friday me when you expect to arrive I will Gold Ueaded Canes evening by Mis Andersons pupils for meet you iu Augusta five thousand 12SXU dollars of said as in case of ordinary elections and Promptly done and in a workmanlike and will take tin purpose of delHing the expenses pleasure iu showing bunds to the said Railroad Company Glassware Woodcmrro Fine Kazors Queenswarcj manner ott around the the County Clerk shall provide there- Â¬ of Ar Nield the temperance lecturer city I would be pleased to have or to its order when it shall have coiu with poll bonks in winch the votes Fine Pocket Knives piLted its independent line of rotd of shall lie recorded for the railroad sub- Â¬ who was present Cask Paid for Old Gold and Silver you all visit me at my home which standard gatig Domestic Sewins Machines from a point in the scription and against the railroad sub- Â¬ on could conveniently do ae I live HEItEA j line between the counties of Vmm1 scription Dont forget the plnee west deoc only a short distance from Augusta AND ALL KINDS OF to the Pobt otliee KwbmoBd Ky 1 rJ and Jess inline near Keene Attest Itev Mr llalbert of Detroit M ch With the best of wishes for tbe future A Cop c across the couHty of Jesgnniiue and jaul tf SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES Tjios- - Tiiokpb C M C C closed his srries of meeting last week career of The Climax I am scrum the Kentucky river at a minl M C C and returned home Respectfully Yours By J S riioiciR D C wiilin one mile of the mouth of IaiHt A W CusmiAN Pursuant to thealiove order of the Sale And Lot Mr MnLolhim for two years auglO 1 y kick Creek or Tat en Creek or some Madison County Court a olI will be open and an election held at tlie sev- Â¬ eogaKid iu business in Chicago Ills plscc between these two points ami YOUR-Father Tommy does your teacher thence across the county n Madison to eral voting daces in Madisnti county returned to llerea day of A 111 ISSS u e a switch House and Lot oa EstrH Aveatw he the cfy of Richmond and shall have oil tlie2Sh Mis E L Keiby nho ehip was so V0J3D81 Tommy Wlmter you givin u pa K B Dkatiikkagx S M C its line from Richmond to the seven ly hint n few weeks ago is ale Apply to A C Ctewws or W lacel -April 5 ISSS Hes a man Burlington Free Press Rvml M I ZSfjfcM Esiil county line under contract with xrnduilly recoyering G White at Drag Stoe CHICKEN a sufficient numlier of workmen upon This order protects the county and The convict is naturally iu a good and SILVER and Miss Hat tie fjcott sNter of Mrs jan25tf when lies breaking out the same to guarantee its sjH eily coni there is no chance to delraiw the people humor eec new kpods for by commencing the road ami then get the Hunting left Moudii morning for Whitehall Timet Cholera Cure I tiuu and shall have graded its road Â¬ it or the bonds of the county and fail to complete by Dr Amlersinu megtielic bed to the E till CJUiity line and shall tbe road Not a bond is to be delivered trentmtriil physician of Ohio Somehow men really seem to enjoy have caused a train of passeiicer cars until cars arc ruuning to Richmond and graded dran by a steam engine to be run road bed pay to Esiil county line No Miss Jennie Biynn mu ic teacher it when then their tailors give them road no tits Detroit Free Pres frim the city of Richmond ncro s the Tlie proposition is a liberal one The t the coll ge who was called home SEWING Ciiuities of Madison and Jessamine road go through the county and through by the Mekuess of her father relumed A muiis life may he like tin open tlirmih KiclHilasville over its own that part which has not heretofore had a last week book hut it is bound to be closed Depot stations aivd cattle pe r ail to the Wixslford county Hue and railroad Mis L A SI tan is agtin at her part New Orleans Pic tvuue When the road is com every five miles Roads llifiice over the Louisville Mititliem peted on- - million bushels of coal will be of duty Her mothers lingering sick H gave me some pointers said irrra RaiirnaJ and Its connection to the city consumed in Madison county and at pres ness and death kept her by the bed Â¬ the tramp of the farmer be jabbed f LuuiKVille ent prices this would cost from 130000 liy thii road ms same coal side for many weeks me with a pitchfork to f 150000 Drift QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO Said Trutte or Trust Company will cost only Soooo The Sunday school at Ihe Glade Self iimdicg St Peter will open wide the gate for Another market will be given for our tall deliver to said RaHroail Company New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga or is order tlie remaining one hundred wheat tobacco hogs and cattle and com- Â¬ church has reorganized for the season the man who in winter here on earth LEY GUTHERSON petition nill redue freights This will Judge Jondloe was elected Superin- Â¬ always shut the door Journal of edu- Â¬ anil twenty five thousand 125000 help live farmer giving him more for his tendent and Mr V C Baugh assist Â¬ Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the LEXINGTON KY Â¬ dollars of said bonds when said rail- produce and flock and less freight to cation road Company shall have completed market The largest shipper of hogs in ant STOCKTON Thousands of dollars worth of Getting up with tbe suu is a com- Â¬ its Independent line of road Irom the the county tajs that this road will insure Air George Ame S 8 Vice Pres- Â¬ chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ Agents For Madison Cooety from 10 to 30 cents more No 3 cdy of Richmond across the county to the fanner for the GladS precinct has mon practice where there is a teething era It is more fatal to chickens than sep23 ly their hogs and that from ident per Iwndred boy baby in the family Detroit Free of Madison to the Estill oounty line In all other diseases combined But the Xho ELDREDGEBi3E0ld with the 10000 to ii000 hogs arc shipped 3 early tirrnugril for a precinct convention o the direction of Reotlyville I hence from Madison county This will give to be held nt Wallace Chapel the first Press discovery of a remedy that positively guarantee of being the BEST Where Are You Going across the counties of Estill and Lee to the farmers for their hogs from 5000 to Sunday iu May THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST- - WhendoyoartartT Where Irom T How raasr No of course we dout want our aires it has been made and to be con-Â¬ IhatcanloEADE 8ooo more per year requires a point 011 the Kentucky River at or In youx party r What amosat ot treigbt or Competition will make freight on catte The large new bell iu the College wheat receipts to fail oil Dont vinced of its efficacy only batago have you Wbftt roote do you preterT ear Beattyvllle and Miall have caus Â¬ less by at leaet per car There are Chapel has a very clear pure tone amount to much but kind o goes trial A 50 ccnts bottle is enough for above qaes to rtcelpt 500 friu Ctnctnnatl and Lezingtea wHh Upon you Trill ol an answerbee therzpeoee vrtti ot one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ ed a train of passenger cars drawn by over Jooo cars of cattle shipped per year tloaa be fomlstied AGENTS WANTED MOrillHSJ and ilgllt lTainSaieeplnganUBanetCarateBeartyalloI and is a great improvement over its ugaluet tbe grain Dulutb Paragraph srimut the low est b n anteed If after using two thirds of a steam engine to be run over it road from the county This will save the farm predecessor the Important titles ot the South without change V4iui Atblespa was suffering er which phlets or fOT AHllUSgA other vate- a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly from Its said terminus on the Ken era 10000 per year Cheaper the freight more the buyer can afford to pay for the from the Inlirmaty of age FLORIDA IK RUNNING TtlllOUOH CAUS TO JACKSONVILLB will savn trouble tia and money A rots wW Small potations pnyluce smull po- Â¬ satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken ELDREDGE rVSAKUFADTUBSNG CO tBcky River at or near Beattyvllle cattle Ulliy Jullie TWENXV BIGHT HOURS m m Parties not eaH In person wbrre aeeeuary Cholera return it to the undersigned tatoes is an Anarchist motto through the counties of said Lee Estill New Another market wHl be opened for our cat one qaestkms of Sleeping Car have a choice of JJEVV1DEKE 1LXS SILVER CREEK Vntlnn Travelers AND CRESCBNTtwo kindsMrbhk KttatBoQ-oa- ready to asavrer above Address shooedWxaJCoi and your money will be refunded wheat and tobacco rnd this means quick- Â¬ aadfevierve tMs notice tot tutors relerrnca It IHOIICD ROUTE ODRRS Haven News and Madison through the city of H C stay borae owlnL I From Rich WILLIS STOCKTON ilolr Baffet CXirana PultmauH Flnel Palace UofTet Sleeper State Room Pall era Gaseral Passenger Aem St Paul Vtea Iticbraond and across the county of er sales and at better nricesroad is only During the past few dnys the wealh- mond to Louisville by this 97 Is said that Ihe poet Goethes oug 24 ly It Jessamine and thence over the Iouls miles giving us the best market in tue er Iibs beert all that the farmer could QUKKN Railroads Nearly tlie death was hastened by his hearing au ia uie I2e Southern I wish or its connections to Sute withm five hours run The nn has ueii frlilulng Depot In Cincinnati panseiigere hoMlns tieseis vte tliM iibb r Minnesota Leads World Grand Central Union pronounce his name The construction of this road for 371 tbe city of Louisville Said company therefore aveil transfer acros the City and are assured a Journey atteBded with fet e birds singing sweetly lha American lWHly -Vrth liar stock Mry aad grala froaaete Procured Win G Hen Life comfort aud eeuveulence agrees not to use any part of any road miles in the countv will caue to be pent Iiiiubs frisking gnly nnd even IjDUW cm floetisaber tarntiag as4 cnuiag the old for labor and supplies at least 400000 PiTEHTS derson 975 F St Wash- - Contractor tor oa laads uiiaeent to ow being operated in Mndisou coun Â¬ Our people mH get the Benefit of this and 1 hou e hat has had such n hard time In Queen and Crescent gSuSSSSHIi9 UM otu eiv Unas Per muroail Boees sale efeeapeta inrton l t ionerll rates aau ty as a part of the road it bereby agrees when tht road is completed it will be taxed a-uas J RoeknaMerXaad Oommiasioaer or Corpse U S Patent of Examining through looks up gratefully When is a theater manager like a C M vv uwit unsnls a A -experience w Send Is prepared with an experienced set of - r J Office to coiifctruct and agrees to 17 years ww r-f-- vi General Offices St Paul Building West Ftrarth St cmoinnau who v I J sjeino to aersyL that the good timet dog iiwjiir Asm scfti stimui A efetrt depots r II ITIIImtAN bonds we issue to build it a xinn t letch or model for report as to ialcu- - hands to do all kinds of nhoue building JOHN V IAULT ug its lines in Ibis county net more Ueneral PasseuRer Aent Mi AH1TDH12 General Jlunugw Answer AVheti lie lies about the lability Corresptmdence solicited apd repairing Give hhn call A market will be made for our chickens bas came at last nw BYAfl R PAKROLL RX Aulstant tieaoral rasMDitr Aaeat AiifcrBootn tllHD five mtlee Htisrt nod n furnish eggs gecsc butter and lard end every UneSatfJ The farmer bos bevn putting In bit boue Texas Slhlogs Oountt Mupsrtatendcat 7deeiy mir tt Sflw FM Knifes 81 1771 1 UlJiO They can not be surpassed in style or workmanship at Every Style and Variety of Harness BEST GOODS tS Â¬ THE PRICES WE QUOTE ufacture JPOtt Very best material employed in their man- pe you itvilXj xxs s xKcusiyi if you see them because you cant help it They Are Precisely W WHITE ti 1 Iel Our stock of Queens ware and ware and especially our Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets is full and attractive lat Yon wan t ADRUFF -mm -iV W 0 GOEMLEY CO 1 te BEST GMtVTER3 OF and other Staple Groceries Goods COFFEES SUGAKS la E also Canned TEAS fii r r TtJZsQWpJSs9z Isf ftvy O jFjRAITGIS - I I J J3 Hinrg- XXXkD mmmmm -- m Â¬ M Ol r BT7i TO YiJiss The Main St Jeweler STAPLE MTCY GEOOEBJES REPAIRING Canned Goods such as Corn Peas Beans Peaches TOBACCOS CIG- jS3EIS Tomatoes JT Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs BRING m tec k A33TBRifl Old Gold kh 1 ikJsM t WSOY GiL PO Remedy ASK FOR THE tWINE QfOBEET A2TD CE1SCEUTT ROUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate W9 fr Piiciiial Poinis flii Easi id SOtflrWO it WILLIS Fcb-2J-6- nl All leading 5SSfJ2S4 ta and Builder Travel via 1 fl I A -- l is v - Jf - Z If xpcy- - If HE GLIM AX rUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE i Climax Printing FREXCII TIPTOXl Wm G WHITE f Co - EtHTSRS PRICE PBU YBAIt APRIL lS 150 1S8S WEDNESDAY Grub Orchard Springs are to be lighted by electricity Jmie 1st The Legislature is not exerting iteelf jh particular It ought to to go heme Mr Ohenault voted against extending the session of the Legislature to May 4th Â¬ Ex Mayor Claude Ji Johnson of Lexington has been appointed Agent for the Pima Indians in Arizona The various Kepubiican con ventions in this State are generally indorsing Mr Win 0 Bradley for Vice President Â¬ G P Gooch Dudley TrlbWe Harris Thorpe Jee CoMinc N B Deatherage Anderson Chenautt Wm Arnold Ira Seudder L J Frazee Boyle Doty James Tevls J P Simmons Owen McKee J W Crawford J D Feeney J P Tria- Â¬ ble and The Thorpe Motion was made and adopted that the organization of this association as made at the February meeting be and is now approved The following committees were appointed On permanent organiza- Â¬ tion W T Tcvw Dudley TribblcJ P Simmons N B Deatherage and L J Frasee To confer with Richmond Cemetery Company and buy a lot c Wm J enniogf Wm Arnold and C S Cotey To solicit subscriptions J P Simmons Joe Collins Anderson Chen auk K B Deatherage J D Feeney and Boyle Doty On motion it was ordered that the Secretary provide a book tc be kept in his office in which to enroll the names of the members of this association Nrielvett That we request the county papers to publfeh these proceedings The association then adjourned to meet at the Court house on the third Saturday in May and request all the county to meet with the association that time Dr Wm Jexnixcs PresL Thos THORI E Secy Â¬ DOYLESTILLE The wet weather has set some of the farmers back a little Mr Jackson Wells has gone to CliK iunati to buy bis spring stock of goods There Ia a great deal of sickness In Mr John Kaile this neighborhood wife and oue child have pneumouia PERKINS There will be n larire aorease of lo baeeo planted in this vicinity this sea Â¬ son Preaching at Bethel Christian chureh the fourth Sunday and also Saturday night preceding the fourth Mrs M Jones were visiting Mrs Polly Land eighty years old and while there she related the following facts That she was of the above age had been mar- Â¬ ried twice and unto her was born a sou by ber first husband that she had always done her own household work cooking her meals on the hearth for a son who lives with her and two or three farm hand and she has her dinner at 11 oclock and supper at 5 oclock Has always lived n truly christian life KINGSTON J Sowers and Mrs Collie The Democrats of Clark county have recommended Mr II P Thompson for delegate to the St Lotiis con vent ion The State Prohibition Conven last week indorsed Gen Green Clay Smith for President of the United tioH ih session in Louisville AT THE CAPITAL ICorrospondcnec Clim ax Washington D C April g 10 1SR8 States The dead lock in Congress on lite direct tax bill which had lasted lor a week was broken by the Democrats on last Thursday The consideration of the bill now goes over to December session of the Kentucky Lesteiature has been extended to MaV 4th That will make 120 days at 1000 per day or 120 000 The Tennessee law which pays k legislator nothing after the Jim sixty days would work weil H Kentucky lite The Legislature has adottted the minority report of the Rowan Investigating Committee exouer ating Judge Cole That part of the report recommending the dismemberment of llowau county ws referred to the Judiciary Committee Â¬ AX AXTIRAIIHOAI WtXT ARGIMCXT THAT W We have heard several farmers say hat the railroads have killed all the profit that formerly existed lit the taking of stock to market Thev y that thev always made money when they drove tlieir slock through to market but now they Jose money lecause they liave to ship by rail to marWhen aeked why Ihey dont ket continue to drive tltey say all the x4and along lite old drives have fallen into disuse and ac commodations are no longer to be had If this be the actual condition of shipping there is one thin and only one that is wrong the Jtetght rule ts too liyh How can the freight rate be low By voting against all other ered railroads No The country wants more railroads Competition is the life of trade If the railroads wont allow you to drive your stock to market or haul your goods here in wagons then make them take away your stock and bring your goods at as low a figure as possible and the only way to make one road do a thing is to get another road to help you 1 Â¬ Â¬ IWjITICAIj By MMkorkr m me vested as Chatr- - i Democratic Committee of County the following Com mittee k hereby appointed as a Dm cratic Committee for the citjr of Rich mond for the etmring ver First Ward K B Creole Sosml Ward J B WiOfc Thfcd Wafd W B White IWth Ward T T Covington City at Large C Htmley tfce rmn ef MwMion Â¬ The lead look in the Howe on the tltreet tax kill prttetk Blly put a Mop to all lntsitH--- in that hratjCli of Congress niter Tuesday Even all night ses sions foiled until every psiliamem ex Â¬ to bring the pedient wns eshHiue Whenever a members to a vote quorum ws found to be lacking Ibe 3Gitatitti to tlte Kergeant st Arnii were cent twt in eeurch of absentet s ami wlteu found Ihey were brought iiji before the bar of the House to furni li tlieir excuea for alwence without leave Many of the members were taken from their beds at midnight ami later carried before the IIum where they were made the Mibjeets ol much s pori by the other members The work of the committees was aleo MTtously interfered w itli by the detttl loak as the members when a short reees tj was taken were too fa Â¬ tigued to atteml the meetings ami none of the commitleea had a quorum lor bttiuefcs Special days had Iteen a iguetl for eoiw4lerathHi of tills reported by cer Â¬ tain committees but a4 the legislative day of Wednei day and nothing but the direct tax bill uwler consideration eouhl be called up the committees lost the days assigned to them and will find it difficult to get otlnrdays fixed as the other assignments will have to take precedence Up to the present time the Houe has eoHsidered ami passed some 700 private bills but it is probable that only a few more if any will be ibMd at this i ewem lite calendar is pt crowdel with otlier measures of a luMic diameter that very many of tlteni will fail for want of time ami as between measures that effect otily one person ami those which eflect many etm ttituents tlie members give prefer Â¬ ence to the latter Tlte Committee on private claims alone has over 4000 Wlio referred to It many of w hhjh will never have m much as a report made thereon The Committee however ha- - a live ener xetic ciiNirman ami wKh very few imlnstritm hard workiim exception members and so nteritorhms bills as a rule do not remain long in Committee Where tltey fail of action Is in the House where s o raueh time is lost in debate So far only three ajtjropriatio lulls have been disposed of and that fact lias given rise to the repurt that the othets are being hehl Itack for the purpo e of antagonising the tat iff bill with them The propritttioii bills must have cHiskleratHHi otherwise the ttheei of government will be stopped for want of necessary lubricant and so they are always entitled to the right of way It follows that if Itepiesen tative Randall is so disoed he can at the proper lime bring an appropriation bill befcue the House and so have everything el stooped for its consid- Â¬ eration As very much time will le con Â¬ sumed in discussing tlie tarifl bill and not much be left for coiibhltraiiou of othvr mutter- it uil be seen how well founded are the feais of the friends of laritt reform at the power held b the high tariir etwirmau of the appro JI prhuioii cjunnittee - Miss Mary Lee Boen who attended the normal school at Eminence finished her course and returned home last week R J Patton will leave to day with his He takes family for Cynlhiana to live a position to sublet mail contracts Elder G L Suiber will preach next Sunday at 11 oclock at Mt Zkm Rev Wm Crow will preach at Kingston at the same time Shelby Tudor and sister Miss Nannie spent several dajs in Lexington last week to see their father who is not expected to live but a few weeks The concert came off last Friday evening and was fairly attended The exercises were well rscetved and well rendered and were worthy of a larger attendance PAINT LICK oflloials are surprised at the large amount of lime slid alum goods found It is a suggestive fast that uo bakiug lwdrr excejrt the Boyal has been found without either lime or alum and may contain both Dr Prices baking powder has been found to con Â¬ tain nearly 12 per cent of lime Cleve- Â¬ lands 11 per oent ol impurities the phosphate powders over 12 per cent of lime The chief services of lime is to add weight It is true that lime when subject to heat gives off n certain amount of carbonic rohl gas but a cpiick lime is left a caustic of most powerful nature A small quantity of dry lime upon the tongue or iulhe eje produces painful effecis how much more serious mint thes efiVuts be on the delicate membranes of the stomach intestines aud kidneys moie particularly of iufapts and children aud especially when the lime is taken into the system day after day and with almst every meal This is said by physicians to be one of the causes of indigestion dyspepsia and those pain- Â¬ ful diseases of the kidnovs now so prevalent Adulteration with lime is quite as much to be dreaded as with alum which lias heretofore received the moat emphatic condemnation from food analyst physicians and chemists for the reason that while alum may be partially diolved by the heat of baking it is impossible to destroy or change the nature of the lime so that the entile amount iu the baking powder passe with ell its injurious properties into the stomach The large profits from the manufacture of lime and aluti baking powders lias placed many of them in the mar- Â¬ ket They are to be found in the stock of almost every retail dealer and are urged upon cu Uomeis calling for baking powders upon all occasions Because ef their well known detrimen Â¬ tal character it is desirable that prompt means to be taken to suppress their manufacture Pure baking jwiwders are one of the chief aidt to the cook in preparing per Â¬ fect and wholesome food Wbilelhose are to be obtained of reputation like the Royal of vhoe purity there has never beeua question it is proper to avoid all others TO THE - Vvf Jt - - PEOPLE -- I tK naaaaaafliil OF MADISON AND p - - - Othei Absolutely Pure fGounties W L II BOUOLAS FOR I wish to return rny most sincere thanks GENTLE3IEX for their liberal patronage during the past The only fine calf 3 Seamless Shoein Tills jioviler never varies A marvel of years and hope that in ths future punly strength and wlioIeKomeness More 17 or lS the world made without tacks or nails pconomtcal than the onllnarj- kinds and as in the past I may in a measure prove As stylish and durable as those costing cannot lie old In competition with the mtil alam 5 or 6 and having no tacks or nails to tltwlesof low testshort weight cans or plios- - worthy of the same lloVAt powders tioUl only In wear the stocking or hurt the feet makes 106 Wall SUN Y akjn u rowriER Co I beg leave to announce for the coming them as comfortable and well fitting as a None Jnue 22 tf season that I have purchased and shall hand sewed shoe Buy the best on bottom W keep daily the largest and most select genuine unless stamped L Douglas 3 Shoe warranted C1IAS S rOWKLL J STEED SMITH stock in every respect that has ever been W h DOUGLAS 4 SHOE the original shown in this vicinity and at prices that and only hand sewed welt 4 shoe which absolutely equals custom made shoes costing from 6 to 9 250 SHOE is unexW L DOUGLAS celled for heavy wear 2 SHOE is worn by W L DOUGLAS In fact I have bought so many goods that all Boys and is the best school shoe in unless we have a genuine boom I am the world liable to have a good many left unsold so All the above goods are made in Con We represent ten of the strong- Â¬ I commence the CUT in time Kress Button and Lace and if not sold by your dealer write W L DOUGLAS est Fikk Insurance Companies in the world We represent the Nice Wall Paper worth 15 cents now Drockton Mass Company that has the largest locents Nice new gilt psper trom 15 JACK FltEEMAX Agent Richmond Ky capital in the world the Company cents per roll upwards Curtain Poles in febi 6m S3 Skoe Call and Price OUR SMITH k POWELL Fire DSNCel DEFY COMPETITION Â¬ GOODS W ARE- - Cattle feed very ccarce and high A flock of wild geese passed here a few days ago going m a south eastern direc- Â¬ tion The Methodists are on a traJe with D G Slaughter for a lot to build a church- - house I C Rucker has received a car load of com from the city and selling it at 70 cents per bushel Fifteen snows have fell since the first of December last with the aggregate depth of 13 inches M Lutes sold his farm of 104 acres to E II Ballard for 4000 possession given next December 8oe down balance on possession r The sale of personal property of John Gates stook place on the inst Prop crty sold high Corn 4 60 per barrel oats in sheaf 3 00 per hundred Other property sold high ith ML Tabor Baptist church appointed at their last church meeting a committee to review and report their troubles at their next meeting J Speed Smith W O Chenault and Rev Preston Blake are the committee IiLUE BANK KSTlIJj COUNTY Mr G F on business Edanls Is at Frankfort John Winn his lost several more of his Jersy Calves this week but not as valuable as some tliut died several days ago Over five hundred river hands passed through this place this week all live- Â¬ ly and iu good spirits Dr M P Seott has given up his practice as a physician and goue to farming The doctor intends 10 niaKe liis bread by the sweat of his brow the ground to day if it had uot been for that 1 have not had oue bad cough- Â¬ GREAT CRYPTOGRAM ing spell since In breathing my FrancU llacons Cipher in the so called head feels well and I am well It ha1 Shakespeare Ilays by Ignatius Donnelly W E Sir w Co General Agts done me a thousaud dollars worth of 306 W Jefferson tt LouUwhe Ky good There are ten of my friends on apriS tf seeing what it had done for me taking it and it is helping Hum I only he 3JTJTJ3K8 GUIDE 13 wi h that every one w ho has catarrh issued March and Sept i osch yscr It is an ency asthma and a had cough could see me Sclopedn of nseful infor- so that I could teil them to take it motion for all who par- All that know me here know how I chase tao luxuries cr tne necessities of Ufo Wo have suffered I have been here since can cotUo yo aa 1 furnish you witti 1668 unnecessary say to me I am mi glad aud d do ace tsair 2C9 eleep to you found something that could cure niiaacihu tn loTi1 coC to church cV i A says Everyone you how much vsricni ttaj at c VCS alidrro rad inJusb fisuroiae out The doctors say Jit3d all thcs3 thins Ietter you look 1 to 3 roTir Ihey are glad I found Halls Catanh 3UTDBS Ll tUo raluo of btho sent upoa Cure as they could not cure me 1 1 I 2 Loi will I can not expie 8 my gratitude to t of 10 cents to pay postage you for the good Halls Catarrh Cure CO WSCMTGOMERY WARD lias done me You can use as much ill 114 MichlE Avonue Chicago 111 mch216m of this letter as will do the alllicted good Publish thii to the whole world it is all true and they should know it THE FAMOUS MULE JACK JOSEPHINE CHIUSMAN t-j- AXD not pay to buy a cheap Why not Insure in the Best mixed paint that has no reputation 3 on the market Why Because house and contents the same has never been tested by Insure your Is prepared to do an Kinds of and sleep soundly it will be too long use and that alone is a fair BUILDING AND CONTRACT B100WINGT0N III Sept IS 1SS2 late after you are burned out test for a Rood mixed paint We Co Toledo O Messrs F J Cheney Our Companies have over J0 WORK Have taken Halls Catarrh Cure 000000 capital and over 100 have a mixed paint from GO cents per gallon up to our Had catarrh all my life am 48 years 000000 assets viz AT THE MOST old Had asthma 19 yeara tmd a Liverpool London STRICTLY PURE dreadful cough for five years Have Globe Assets 40976 673 taken everything went to the Hot Commercial Union 34476165 LINSEED OIL PAINT Springs 20603324 I have doctored with the Guardian has been on the market and bo6ii3 that doctors here I have done nothing Home He is a Lancashire 7289 85 in use for over twenty years all and in the best manner hut take rued setae for 19 years When Queen 6050025 over the United States and Canada thoroughly educated Carpenter I commenced using Halls Catarrh Hartford 528604 and builder and those contemplat- Â¬ 2187173 and stands at the head of all other ing building will do well to Cure I was almost dead I sent for the German secure 2181025 mixed paints for beauty of finish doctor the day I got Halls Catarrh Firemans Fund National 2006857 covering qualities and durability an estimate from him Cure and 1 told him I would die any Oflice at his residence on Hallie way and that I would try your mediTotal 119121514 Every package Irvine Street cine I was very bad How I suffered apriSom for 9 yeais I could hardly breath FULLY GUARANTEED JullC22 tf at times 1 saw Halls atari li Ctue to give entire satisfaction Prices advertised iu the paper and commenc Â¬ ed taking it I would have been under extremely low quality considered FOR THIS that has the largest paid up capital in tlte world the Company that hits the largest assets in the world the only Company in the world that pays its losses without discount and does not make you agree in its policy to wait sixty days after a lire to get your money All Companies charge the same rate then Â¬ Cherry Mahogany Walnut and Ebony too cheap to name prices Nice Window Shades complete with fixtures each 50 cents and upwards Pictures and Picture Frames cheaper than you ever dreamed of In regard to Mixed Paints with an actual practical experience of more than 20 years in the mixing and spreading of paints I think I can claim to know some- Â¬ thing about Paints 1 GOIffTR A SB LLING T OR It does 003 Til w a w Li 1 JL tlu aprlStf Next door o Garnett Uouse Â¬ Agents Sifcmied FAUM for SALE I wish to seil privately that portion of mv tarm known as the Owens place four miles from Red House station Kentucky INTERIOR DECORATOR Painting and Paper Hanging Com- Central Railroad Madison county ou the petent workmen sent to any part of the roau leading trom utter Jreck to Muddy country Work done in mot artistic man- Â¬ Creek The boundary contains ner and at most reasonable rates mar7tt and is well improved haying a good house cistern garden barn and other out buildings good fences and an abundant supply of never failing water All of the land is in blue grass and has been for twenty five years The entire tract can be plowed with case and is suitable for tobacco Can sell either fifty or one nunarea acres ine laml is limestone with ash sugar tree and walnut timber Terms easv R P McCORD Â¬ 0 1 fflLLGluG 103 Acres cf Land Fine Carriages B White I a B t mchjl tf Red House Kv liti BUILDERS KENTUCKY AND the purchasers that visit our store in search of Goods Laces That are fraught with great interest N -- T-S to 4u6 East North Street 8i Sold by J J Brooks Price 75c 21 mar lm The boys are having a lovely time per liottle Will make tho present season nt the Nick Scott succeeded iu fithing I hive miles xtnblea of V J Collin ANNQUWCEiViENTS outcliitig a very large one of tlte pike inst f Richmond ou the Union City pike family which weighed tbiily uiue K FOR TOtnSTC E0EGE CARRIAGE arrl tf WORKS PltOPSUKTOR OOBXTRAGTORS Real Estate For Sale KMJiids ami four ounces CITY JUDO C D Chexault CONCERNING FARMERS Chaiiiiian Dem Co Com Richmond Kr- - AprH i6th iMS Mr James Martin of Paint Lick The Committee organized by electing has soil to T U Bright of Garrard J B WMI CkamtMn and F B CrooU county a gixwl soddle mare for 5200 Secretary Thej- - calted a Convention Geu W Williers I wish to correct a mistake in my of my party hereby announce my la t communication The one Blue self a candidate for le eleclion to the Iayablo at time of service with privibank merchant who wanted a weekly office of Police Judge of the city of lege of returning any time during tiie Richmond Ky subject to the action eeiion should mare prove not to be in pajier did not want it jrtibli hed there of the Democratic party Election t foul Bring along our inare and n So he only wanted to sub cribe for a Saturday m JunelSSS Refitect fully williHiu ifyiat WKtitugnod mule colt jrtn25tde H C Rice weekly paper J advice him to take V J J 8 LOLLIXS Tjik Clijiax m a 7 2ni Â¬ PurMiant to a time honored custom At 5 the Sasosa Â¬ The undersigned would respectfully an nounce to those contemplating building inai incy are preparcu 10 contract tor Buildings ok Every Description Satisfaction guaranteed Estimates made free of charge Plans A farm of 106 ncres 1 miles from furnished on application on short notice Richmond on the Luncaster pike Well improved with good water For LONG COLEY terms inquire of Joe Hush marll lm Contractors and Builders aprntf JOHN DONELSON Embroideries Clothing Boots Shoes Hats c We could fill one side of a newspaper yet that would not describe the merits or the intrinsic value of our exhibit YOU for Saturday May 5th to nominate can dtdete for Mayor KuKce Judge and City Democratic Committee were together at Madfcon National 16th day of April J B Willi Chairman F B Creole Secretary C Ilnnley Treasurer An election was or Â¬ dered to be heW by vote of Committee May 5th to select candidates for the omces of Mayor City Judge and Coufl CMmen for the city of Richmond votes to be taken in each of the four Wards called Bank OPFtCERb OF EIBCTIOX P First Ward W W Pigg and H L White jnd es A I Dudley cterl Second Ward Geo PkVek and J no Dyles judges Ed Ilunley clerk Thri d Ward Wm Ballard and Ed Rowland ledges M V Barlow clerk Fourth Ward J W Crawford and C Cotey judges J A Uiggms clerk Qualm ed voters are those who have been acting heretofore with the Demo- Â¬ cratic party and those who become 21 years old before the regular election and those who have lived m the city twelve WMthc before the regular election Polk to be opened at 7 A M 2nd closed at 6 PM Sgeed Ms 16th day of April F B Crooke Secy J B iSS Willis Cams JtBETIXH OP EX COXPEDEBATBS At a meeting of the Ex Confederates Association of Madison county held at fir IK I i the Court bouse in Richmond Kentucky AprM 14th I66 the meeting was called to order by Dr Wm Jennings stated the objects of this association was ist To create a fund with which to buy a lot in the cemetery for the purpose of acmoring the Confederate dead and burying them therein d That no member would be com Â¬ pelled to contribute to said fraud but that aM contriouuont should be volun Â¬ tary 3rd That the Ex Cenfedcratca be re nurted o have their Barnes enrolled in tmd association Tlir following named Ex Confederates Wm enrolled were Jcnrungs viz Reuben Turner W TTevjgC SColey One F M Kerby while under the influence of liquor went to n ball where he met Leslie Stacy There already lieiug an old grudge btlween them Kerby became abusive which has sold to J E raised Siscya Irish He went for his Ciaj of Pari- - Ky Mahl of Aberdeen intruder with murder painted in hisee b f yearling b- - Atierdeen dam by and managed to plant his list over his Almout Price 1000 antagonists eye Kerby caught his B J Traeey of Lexington has sold Imlauoe after the blow and then cut to M Dougan of CiueiHnati0 the br dirt iu regular race horse style Stacy Maud S could uot hold u light for a Foisome foaled 1867 by Fayette him Wilkes dam Lady K by Gen 28J Geo H Tlwnias seoomi dam Lady DANGEROUS POOD ADULTERATION Crane by Fosoletta price lOU0 To T E Wood Pendleton IimI the b c 1887 by Rel Wilkes dam Young The Fraudulent Use of Alum aud Liac in Cheap Baking Powders Foxey dam ol Lady Fogey 221 J by the Breed Horse price 20 To If consumers prefer to buy au adulMeCormaek PRe Gayhtnl Vat h c four years by Fayette Wilkes liret terated article of food because it can be dam Lady Jarraon by Neelya Henry had at a lower price they undoubtedly Clay second dam by t ehamyl price have the right to do so provided the 000 The bay yearling filly Sophia adulterants are not of a character in- Â¬ Lakemaii by Fayette Wilkes dam jurious to health If such articles are not falsely sold ns pure and the cus- Â¬ Lizzie Abdalhili dam ot King William 220 by pacing Abdallah second tomer is uot deceived as to their real dam bj Taylors Messenger to Ed- Â¬ character the transacton is not illegiti- Â¬ ward Pyle of Humboldt Neb price mate But the great danger iu the Ira file SI 000 In adulterated food arises from the 1HXTS TO C0RRESP0XDEXTS deception that is practiced by manu- Â¬ facturers usually classiug such goods Drip Rock Ky April liltb 18SS as j wire This is almost invariably done when the adulterant is one that JMttor Climax Your friend and well wisher would is injurious to health For iustance say iu the way of advice to correspond manufacturers of alum and lime bak Â¬ ela that some ludicrous blunders are ing powdersofuot only fail to inform the leal character of bring made occasionally Now and the public then I see minted some occurrence their goods but carefully conceal which does uot stand on solid facts I the fuot that ihey are made from these think and honestly think that the poisonous articles Most of these man- Â¬ editors are not responsible for all the ufacturers also claim that their articles mistakes made and to do u paper are pure and wholesome while some jostfceIft a jper have its columns fill go still further ami proclaim boldly ed wftli uatu reasons I4e facts and truth that they ate cream of tartar goods and not have so many peofde saying or even the genuine Royal Baking the lying edilois e I Insert this Poider itself No consumer will buy little paragraph for the ennxtderathiu alum baking powders kuoAiugly for it ef some of the oorrespoudenls of that is well kiiown that they are detrimental to health The sale of lime ami alum valuable paper known as IHBCjimax baking powder as pure and whole Anon some articlrs is therefore criminal and It Is satisfactory to notice that DRIP ilOfJrL several perjoos engaged Iu such sale have already been brought to justice iu Marshals visled these mountains the courts looking for lllieil distiller and found The official analysis have recently some of the fluid extract been active in the pursuit of these T Tl t XAVIWOtl 1 P A HHA A di honest aiti Ies The baking pow X UtU JJWUC LU UHIIU fort witli a flue lot of timber The ders of the stveral St ilea b ive been river Is nearly blockaded with timber carefully ami critically examined fho We are authorized to announce JOHN HISLE a candidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to theactiou of the Democratic party mar7 tdc We are authorized to announce J W RALES a candidate lor Sheriff of Madi ou County subject to the action of the Democratic party mar7 tdc for SIIKUirF 1 WW B TAZOO I REC0UD Us 1ST COME M D SEE THEM BROTHER TO 240 YUBA 22H s8 By Harold 1st dam by Belmont FOR MAYOR IklambriiiQ Chief 2d We are authorized to niinnunct-- 3d Roebuck J S COLLINS a candidate for Mayor th AVhip of Richmond subject to the action of the Democratic aity tde Remaining unclaimed in the at Richmond Ky week ending 1888 The CI iliier AT McKEES OLD STAND We are confident of a just verdict WHITE GOODiS -- Cor Â¬ Apiill Â¬ Lena T S BURNAM CO Keller John Kuman Lena feb29 3m Cooper Kill Robinson M attic Curtis Edward Todd JelT Fitch Kinnie Van Winkle Will Floyd Nina Walker Jas Post Office bourn from C a r to 7 l Money order and registered letter M This Fine Saddle Stallion will make hours prompt 7 A M to 6 1 v the present teHnu at my stwhle on the R WILLIS r X J Richmond aixf Ixingtmi pike 7 miles frtnu Illehmoud at the Inw price of Baker Bake Benna Muten Broaddus Sidney Hancock -- Madison county Ky at 40 To Ixsurk A Living Colt For further particulars address us at Sil ver Creek Vill stand at Silver Creek First and Main Streets Richmond Ky SUCH AS- - checks and plaids teaom a INDIA LINENS in nlain string Capt Walker 10 To Jr HATS CAPS GEHTS THE TWO STALLIONS ESCORT AND Insure a Living Colt FIIIISIIU GOODS KENTUCKY CHIEFJR The former a saddle horse and the latter a harness horse both unexcelled for blood and breeding will make the season ot 1SSS at the Fair Ground K tables at 20 and O II CmufAUir 15 to insure Â¬ The money due in all CHes when n mure is iwrted with nnd a Hen retain- Â¬ ed uioii all cdt8 until one year old for the payment of the service DESCRIPTION AND PEDIGREE 1MB 1UJSES MULLS m stripes checks and plaids SWISSES in stripes checks and plaids PIQUES in plain cords nlaids find stripes EMBROIDERIES in Jackonet Swiss and Mull LACES in Torchon Merlins Plntf ml Seville Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats c Â¬ v Â¬ ucse 15i liHiids high heavy IkhIv good 8miig bone and pood musole heavy mane tmd tnll A tine walker racker nnd trotter From his pedigree you will sec he is closely iUted to the old celebrated Capt Walker aud the old Canadian aprlS 2tn Pilot two cro sv8 of each hlch snake him bred for trotters as well as saddle Capl Walker ii Hie sire of the dnm or Harry Wilkts 215 Gen Garlleld 221 Bristol Gill 2281 etc Cnpt Walker Jr i by Trojun Jr 1st dam bv Pilot Walker by Capt Walkr by Old rUBLIC TRIAL 2i6V PACING leonmseh h Cnuadiiui last pacer 2d Sired by Gov Sprague 2jo3a- - irt ilHtn hy Copjierhend by Thrw Hal a datn by George Wilkes zd dam Vandalia fust paeer Trojan Jr Hired hy Mula by son of Vandal 3d dam by on of Trojan 1st dam by Old Capt Wiilker 2d dnin by Dunjuin by Wnrlields American EcVipe and so on back lliirthuue MiilrnTniJan rv Barklya thoroughbred I times I had rather lave filly colu by Vasjdai Hrigunlin by llranils Urigmilla by Mnmhrliio Wilkes to keep for breeding purpces Crowder hy Chief 1st dam y Tom old Canndinti Pilot Pilot for roy own use than from any stallion in Walker bv Cpt Walker dnm Kentucky liecaue he can pace faster Ellen ty old Canadian Pllit the dam than any ttaloou in Kentucky that will of Diiiuplian 21 dam by Parrlshs compare with h m in high breeding Sledley 3d dam by u Narnganset horse Will ftard at 25 To Insirk a Living Colt B H NfALE JAS mar2S 4t styli- - Capt Walker Jr will be six years old tlik spring biHek with b little white on Remnants of White Goods nnd smJpd Embroideries a few that will ba sold REGARBESS OF VAXiUE fAIDAL WILKES lt P WHITE BLEACHED and BROWN COTTONS A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men in all widths 10 4 Sheetings in plain and for lean men for tall men for short men twilled 10 4 Linen Sheetings Clothes for all kinds of men IffAPKOTS and TABLE LKffEltfS We want to make this the Greatest Call and see my Spring Styles and learn White Goods Sale ever known Prices prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all that speak for themselves Come and look other kinds of suits Underwear in pro- at them Now is the time for large assorfusion Prices to meet the demands of tment of White Goods and Low Prices at the times H Â¬ Â¬ Handkerchiefs Hosiery STRENGP3 JMammoth Louisville Saw r qf pS tWSJWW Prntshow5th Touk J200 Majerity In JcMuriu put lo tie v in ettmiji iHt sturdaj APRIL S ib S l JMMA Hkel500w Mck hi the ItttliMiomli KidinW ille I vine attj T re are ihw rteieeH In lUllroed carried by Uie We B inrj villi iritj 11 RlCilHtwud of OIIlnM-UtoM 13BQ cr t ErWy iciitet in lite omit j J D Feeuey te building m S1 ti maj jlty ii div r of the nwl m in ivnowsr m- - there Mere iuy rnnft in the TSitiiU addttisnt 7 g America and r early 2 000 in foreign Bcrmo is will coit liue ever Simdav Covlnginit fc aiUehel id headquarÂ¬ i i iiis iotiole In ni w Inch gave aft ters for Ihelaadlbgtylea ltr I wis t Airs H i way u nstji uhI reputation Appa ntment of G- - L Surlier for M id j Cull at oitte mol hike a iep at Kir at this eaily use as wrilteti at the II Mitchs Immense Line of Neckwrnr M Zion i on count kiiggejjion of Mtt Harriet Lahe inj April jsnJ Pond Lordsday tnorn just opened aprll 3t Church Lord Mre Holowajs friend afterwards SL3EJjSTTTJOBLS Cull Iu and examine the celebrated Hrrtett Lane Johnson the niece of day night April 2nd Tiat Wood MitPresident Buchanan Mr-- Hnlloway Moodaj nigut ApHI Jjrd Union City Yeomuti hat at Coviugton April 2lh Glade chells Tttiiklay nujlit I was a gue t at the White IL ue dur Â¬ aprll St ing the two yeaisshe was ettgiigt d iu WedneMlay night irpril Jjth Speedwell Kit Mitch has thellueet Line of The now Dry Goods mid Merchant Tailoring firm of Crooke Â¬ Mrlt raging at 8tte4wM Tkf WI txi vl for ide MMliMm ctiwiit writfng lids Iicmk which Dr Benson ThursJ3y night April 2ilh Coriiitli Ncckwenr In Central Kentucky at very tetn CKMt bet Wra Jen ttwt haye re-- wit give 806 tnttjirliy Bennett Urmston invite tho public to inspect UHjIr J Loosing the lii torinti of the Presi Friday night April 27th oth Kirk6vllle low prices uprll 3t LonUdsy inorntog April Antioch dent dtcirel would he ft rover Lorisday night April 29th Tsrnado Any one wauling Summer Under- Â¬ with the history of the Repub Â¬ cloc after fefly- y sis f Tl c low The Kev F Walpole Warren came from wear Hosiery and any thing to be Among the many charming Caut IVitmlHyvicinity or Hptedwell wm mi lic ut jttHir is m hale needy nt j wf mt week devastated by u IxNiks FHinlxIiIng Store ass M writlin by Mrs Ilollowny are England to accrpt the pastorial care of found in a help H f Itaiw tLe I fteiee wind The Ituck s wt nmrr Adelaide NeiUm the Rwuitiful Ac Holy Trinity Protectant Episcopal church will wive money by calhni on St MitcueMj Covixarox r ttiiwni AiimiM i4iiped i oar of than a htiiidrttl yaujs wide but ex Irexi hnrlotte Rruiite or Flowers in New York City the engagement or aprll a t Atlanta ks t week tty Mr leiMlBilveri mIkjiuKs um 01111 try Irom Yorkflilre Mo r IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY tI Mownrdttbe his fcervices being perfected before his Do you want pure drugs ami the best which was carefully selected in the eastern markets by an toward Whoo Tbe h linux m juw ChiistUii Soltiier Jake ttM lilt HMtl kH - dull CliineM Gordon arrival The Scottish American Society brands of tobaccos and cigars You AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN experienced buyer Simirx Ljiiih w s twaiiy dPrnoIltdHtl the Uncrowned King Mothers of r lilted the point that Mr Warren had can find them at J M vi Fa jImo Smith lias bought a lot with ue nit J Brooks httlldinC but as the 11 Great Men and Women violated the law prohibiting the importaand Mie IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 n Laii lady tiled June22 tf H jic Jniif R- - Mi Itr iriac Hl fan nobody whs living ali o edited Miss Cle elnnds Poems tion of foreign labor and he together with er jeiiue and will unild thereon cat YEARS OR M0 R IN THIS TOWN in me niHise Kmecs trees barns and of George Elliot the efctrymcn an J warden- - of the church Carpets Htitli has been re the like wtae carried afty jje For twelve years Mtv Holloway 1ms been cited to appear in the United You will find the biggest stock the Cati j Speed Klflep trtk IHy through the Iwairtifii Jiliu was the associate of the lute Thomas States Circuit Court to answer the charge 1 1 iJ 1 it mIh of the IrviHe Prettiest Patterns the Lstest Styles Spewl Kmllli yrd hiul eleven of the Kinsdla on the Brooklyn Eagle We keep constantly on hand a large stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE of which The penalty is a fine of looo which the eo CVtam R Ti JJurttniH rescued ill kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGOX MAKERS MATE- Â¬ the Hlntely tree were Unwndnuti IxMiion the filled until Mr Kiiifellas church must pay if the facts stated be and Ihe Low est prices at J S Golliiifcs janlSflm The attention of the ladies is especially called to our superior RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LIXE of all goods in other hoes that we the house was left a few Jlr V II Butt WM ill Iuh j ts in death iu 1SS1 wheu she made at een proen isndle Special attention given to rurniithing Nails Hinges Bolts c for Tobacco Hks Icr was owe -- We ami the barn jtatf on c icri j the months tour through Europe Esj pt A andreliable Jledicineaarothebest line of Dross Goods embracing the most fashionable Fabrics to Ik tarns We arc the agents for the moot celebrated vvv to depend upon Ackers Blood El Â¬ DIED raciired iti February by a fall ether side Ii and Persia with General Oliver Otis ixir has been prescribed for years for all Ira had in New York re i Howmd Tfee Kher poritiesoftheBlood IneveryforraofScrof Mrs Pasia Ann Ktnnady died at her ulons Syphilitic Mrs Hollouuy re ides in a luxurious or Mercurial diseases it I3 Jack FreeWH ami Kd Rww Tlie apjfniHatiot rf ottly 1S00Oj home Xorth west of Union City in Mad Â¬ Invaluable For Rheumatism has no equal home in a feidiioiialilu part or Brook reeeivtd 4aH8 umi nxiS iH lite CHrrt nt IUveraud i I We call attention to a few that we keep and are agents for HarbT Bill Iju and with her resides on for the imn her only sou ison county Ky on Thursday April W O White Prescription Drutgi it i mi i f r their ww rtshUiK ovenieiU of the Ki nliicky The Walter A Woods Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers iSSS of cancer of the face aged 65 itii L im avenue is beiOB very generally and jutiy ayotmgmonof twenty four who was XV H Kelley will build you a good Her mtiden naiie was Vet The Buckeve Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers named for General Georgo II Thomas jean Krttnibled at by the papers in die val- Â¬ va a remarkably kind woman to her house cheaper than any man iu tow 11 r Jake Hat ketl U bull JIhr a reai The Celebrated Oliver Chilled Plows over 1500 of them having bees sW by as of the South In appearance Mr ley of that limg and imMrtaiit stream rjiur7 tf dt -- t n the Mte of the Sqttire Uaek Holluwjiy has u brosd intellectual neighbors in case of sickness and other They have no equal Ii ii icurcely recttgntzetl that this river dktrcss i ue Uiitt wiw banted amiv lumtll Donelson will make you as good a None better Metkel Steel Plows and Double Shovels penetrati l the very heart or that face large brilliant brown cjes a i utM Ked Hote e buggy or carriage as can be boight EUEM0X m mi marvcius JaiHl of mineral and timber coaiplexiou of trainipirent purity a James H Halls Steel Hill Side and TanOsg Plows yoico of rare svicetno vs aud a graceful any where in Americi apr-1-t- f A iit gni wouihii Mhtfily MartiHwft i uetilth the development of wlileh is The Celebrated Browns Walking and Riding Cultivators Kirlii h figure die is an accomplished Mrs Sallie Davis is recovering from 5150 ImmmI for bteatiHS to n Kentucky in the very front It under a The Celebrated Big Injun Sulky Plow only hat to be veea to knew that k k e equistrlenue anil like all Southern a riidiitli of severe illness J S Collinss John ltwhert of Ihtlt rank of Slate It is absolutely cer- Â¬ 5 i I rt ni women thoroughly at home in the Messrs Thomis Walker Bars Is Ihe Headquarters for Nice Furni- Â¬ We have in Laces Ribbons Collars CuTd Handkerchief Gloves and jest in the market on Muttday t JJi Cttuntj tain that when the Kentucky river fIibII sS saddle Horace Greely James Gordon Walker Col Faulkner and Mr White ture Lace Curtains Window Shade The Keystone DUk Harrow that is pronounced the best m use have leeti tinvigibfe to the Three Bein Parasols all that can bo desired T o niuie reideitee lire ett Henry J Riymoud George were down lishing the other day oh c Carpets janlSSm Kork it w ill he one nt the mint val The Only Reliable Corn Planter Vandwer Rotary Ask all wfco have tssed Mrs Ward and D Prentice and James WaUon Webb caught a good lot of t lie finny tribe and t e I- - ili AdJitHMt uable hern At least 100 of them m use m the cettnty Wjgiiif lids makes eleven in IJnked omonierchd highag in the were among her mot intimate jour- Â¬ went home rejoicing rnniiiini a Bate I AM AGENT be eHHi44td nalistic friend tjiTii i at vnil and Florence Night- Â¬ The Evans Corn Drill the only one that has proved a perfect soccer Have TJIEkiJKes FOR THE fmPATEIirVMnLtTEO ew Mao Lirk Water ingale Emily Faitlifull Frances Pow- Â¬ Fatal Accident old them for 3 ears PR TRUSS g3 EASIEST Wnkes k HUotimetl b i Jm fr ptrks er Cobbe Mrs Harriet Beechsr Ktowc hive Haw kin Mefcrft Ji- - Wag t ref idefion Alillra lii The Celebrated Bell City Feed Cotter both for power and hand Xeae eatlai to el ewhere ii Howard WEARING Tr Henry Waltcrsou Dr Talmage Pres placed the agency for the lamous Blue TItXMSoii Em Hi t - ivut lie la a t iHiruMghbrrd and Creek ISctllt OoiHiy was funtid dead ident and Mrs Cleveland t Also a full line of other kinds of Feed Cutters Ms Roe Lick water under the management of TAt 1L At Call and see it in the yatd of a ty anlii lKue at With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the best New oit cf tli bft hKe in Kelek The Celebrated Old Hickory Farm Wagon Elizabeth Cleveland Mrs Hayes Mrs Mr F II Adair In Richmond He Kntnkfor on last FrWty iimriiint York school of art and design in ent35 garment experienced in the W G Wnnr We have also taken the agency for the Croker Fertitiacr and Chemiesd Cos Fer Â¬ sjri Rice bt rihh le HtKk oti HU ntek wat hrokeu and ii head in- - Gartield aud a host of other eminent will contract to supply fumilies or Pre iePonages aie included hi her circle of business ltou c and has arranged to 2d St nearGarnett criplion Dniuiw best houses of that city and versed in every detail of the business tilizer that is pronounced the best m the United S4tet Try k oh eon toboeeat 11 additkHt tit make tHe Hiil- - jttred tie i ut It lo not kiMnvn luw he came mir2Sir Hoie allow customers a liberal price for all I i k He lias a mrtehitte frnii lo iiis death Ode theory is ili tt in fiieud potatoes and wheat in fact an thing that grows aided by on elaborate stock of fevcral years fgo Mr- - Holloway barrels aud casks return 1 it ni for hi ikittg jweiMid briek hU lei p he Hetit out of liN room uii e keep a Hst of all Farming Implements that we seM and who bnys Ifcem Â¬ S jlers ilawkiuo Sparks hn e re thvv mi top ofn tiu HMded rch aud ilelivtrid a lecture iu all the large cities eiitilltil The Perils of the Hour modeled and refurnished the L i Rue M iiiu John IlnWttMHtd Hvmt felt to the ground a distance of men ami any one that wants to satisfy himself a regard satisfaction that they give can Â¬ tHnue at Blue Lick Springs and al n win eMt Ute mlerwlh fee He was a jjimm eilen ami wa Â¬ or Womans Place in America wk parties using them I s Tjiiniv hi lids eoHHly left esler- - in Frankfort imi Im ines Tiie re which Henry Ward Bieohtr declared changed the name to Pnviliinn Hotel j in tie fiM for the Mtmmer maios were hrntight thriHili Rich to be the moit elucpient lecture ever If wid be open to the public June 1st toj moud that sftertHUMi He Mas ab ut delivered to the women of America All travelers either for pleasure or TO KEEP GOODS ALL Tiie Mibject of M rs HoI1oviuh lect- Â¬ Â¬ of rt 4it and a broilier-in-lji1 aHd mer- - M i xttiiMve dry That for con Â¬ bu mess ngree in tliiture in Washington before the le Htnith ami Kev Mr 1iMtli lr lau c taiiii log lirm of lrike Reuueit Womans International Convention venient train complete and eJegsnt The Housekeeper can find all he wants for kitchen or fairy fplctitlid eoachtp quick I tu on iiHM a wurd witli o eise- - er of jIih ptwje equipment We are putting fortli suio equal to tho best made in this country was entitled Woman in JouruatL m The Fanner can nnd all he wants under our roof Machtnory Ttaee chain 1 w tr i tins i Mio that j4hM reeetve time and perfect road bed the C T St Horses Sliotl X Y Graphic JxHtisvillc and Cincinnati cannot excel us c Lwhnllk Sefltlitra I lames Ilay forks Shovels Ij j t iii n C Ry Kankakee Line is Ihe Eoail Horses Tiotlers ami Runncis With the conripletHm of tiie Ttuh t and best road lie shod and Builder can and aM he wants speediest slfe The Carpenter iu any manner deeired li aitrc hauls f ltehMHMl are Hot vilte S uthcrii taiitond to Simpson PERSONAL tweeu Cincinnati and Chlcigo The Blackjunith and Wood workaan can ind the only complete stoek of Iron I have an extra lot of - ear old f Louisville in lite evettt the llle a diotance of t went apr18 ot veil mile second growth timber for riairiiig all J u - ihi t Hny aird hoe w Imi Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the town t Mis Pattie Miller i vi Stinj Iicr sister ot of the city Col Henuett H Yo4ik kinds of vehicle Retmiring maehiu had better pxtemletl i that Goosebore foretells tho weather ki Tho We of course cant enumerate alt the good- - we handle but a k aM to eeme and an invitation to IhedircoiorH Mrs janves VrwiB of Wsnchcter All work guaranteed triHih hut who can tell wheu you will med ery a specially we keep in our 127 foot store house Ther wilt many merchants to HttCklHkler MUs Moliie Dougherty Neck Wear Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Shirts laundried and see for themselves the stock of good of Winches Â¬ Gunleis chicken cholera cure Keep Shop buck of Brookss drug tore 1 take a ran over tlte line Consequent Â¬ ter k ihc Kr SitHlly tT Utd rind iitin relatives in RiclnnonJ Sfebly S L MIDKIFF a utock on hand for theres no telling unlaumlrietl Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc I v hi liy the JdUiHf of hie ly lite party was made up Wednesday it If it rails lo Mr W II Ycit of SpceJwclI has when you will need GOODS Mo diy evetHtg an It I -- ip was aitd the triji Mas taken Oim of Hie yy jvvy would enjoy yoar dinner to Cuicionati tor his second stock of cure your money will be refunded h sndare prevented by Dys Vl At alUK im the form of Mr ne coaches of Iheljoui ville Stnilliern gooe It Willis pepsia nso Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets Stockton u a tdao d at their difpoal and the spring goods Ue li rKe iney are a positive euro lor JJyspepsia in-Â¬ He engine Harrj Welaainger at Ry Mr Man D Cia ic turned ket week We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our but in end and only employ the of the C I St L digestion Motto Flatulency and Constipation r ii Keniwcky Citiei Jr are tackHdit it At 198 oclock the tram from Owr Mr Gentrv being a practical mechanic hnscf wnt most competent workmen Ann Arbor where she ha been Safety comfort speed aprlS of W e guarantee them 25 and CO cents line ROOFING GUTTERING RE- Â¬ in in ti tlnewbere itt ihw itte piMI iot from the Union depot spending the winter in great quantity hm1 variety from the cheapest to the most give special attention to all work done the that W G White Prc enption Druggist past PAIRING C as he has dons in m a ii if bS C J O II UIhjh- - aid a Moioierlullv level truck for u The unceremonious way in which The Mrs Richard Cobb Jr of Hoi le coun- Â¬ Cum ax dumped a whole church congreIts mitldtiK htt the Ik s new road Mas lound all the May out I have a remedy guarantied to cure elegant embossed gilt Our inatr experience in our business enables us to be well up in it m the war of gation on a prominent citizen of the West Chicken Cholera and oilier h visiting her siter Mr ty W J i I lie beet bloud markets and buving our good strictly for cash enables us to buy at toe bottom price diseases The ballasting ua Firm ami bolld and Collins end of this place last week took the Dont forget that you caa always find the and that benefit we give to our customers near Richmond Wc beg amoi g fowls I will refund the money the gentlemen were all ery much dilapidated fabric off the btisli lowe t prices and Ihe best goods at the old reliable house of HE BENNETT A URMSTON ib nt matter vt bettor joh i Mr Milo Baxter of the Bicokstonn jour pardon Major iu every cae wiiere th remedy fails pleaded over the ooodithtu or the road v r itiii i the railriMd for it country is sojourning at Aspen Colorado W G WiinK SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO n v ul ein il the v4e is in Cor Slain and Second Sts Ilichmoml Ky a loag way from Foxtown apllS tf a 2d SI nc r Gai Pre I cription Dnigniid ABglets mchn tf r ntaiSStf net Hmise it w t Mwne nf iheiu say feUirduy as Mich a bright beaiitiful Mi Molic Muir of Geirgetewn and 11 jtuikiiou Zu nmd iwm da that it lined miu t or the ouog Ms Mamie Scott of Nicholas lile are VVj vxV trifle with any Throat or -v Lung Disease Ifyouhavo I i teitfe f the ttiM it tot lie various Kmdt Uie guesu of Miss Moliie Fife n litendetl ilMewitrn CELEBRATED a Cough or Cold or the children are CELEBRATED i i i mx 5 i threatened with CrouporWhoopingCough hear Yes reapers and htieaiiKs Tor fidiiug I5rly on Sat Squire P T Phclp who has been ordHV mnriihtg long opting wngous use Ackers English Remedy and prevent a m ui inaeidtHftt rufited thecomt further trouble It is a positlvo cur filled with ioaiig people lishiiig tackle sojourning in Ilole county for some i 1 iiiinpikei and even nehwdi It Â¬ tnontiis is at his eld home again and we guarantee it Price 10 and GOa f n to damage whole atol ed4Ues wore to bttjbeeit leaving knomt Mr C A Reinaking of Ioaiswllc is town Many a Urge hat partially Con- Â¬ Sold by W G White Pies cripthm i le Druggist beaming face as seated iu in Richmond rcprerenting the great New ciHtcealcd a the party were awaiting York Mutual Lie Iiuurancc Company Ike Rock B iimI Cwueerl ComiHiny the Green Freat Millinery laj a eroHdefl ItOH e Monday night for Mime tarday member to emerge New goods from New York an ex- Â¬ Miss Alice Girardeau of Gaheston 1 ruks gave ftMth most dehghtful through the doorway armed witii a Tex and Mr R C Campbell of Wheelperienced trimmer from Cincinnati apr 18 3t iuir and the entertainment Has all dainty lunch basket ami a fishing ing West Virginia are visiting Miss house reflnislied and every thing new o H c lined to lie an excellent and pole About thirty fctrong composed Jessica Campbell The Nobbiest Neckwear in tow- n- and neat First street ti e UrtsliiHH Ht Thanks lo the a most delightful party toSilver Creek If Mas J F Stone J C Lyter tf just received la Ater ii liing about tliree hours and Mrs F W Miller returned Monday f he MetlHliM churcli irom a deit to relatives in Lexington Patronize J J Brooks the druggist Artistic Homes catcliiug well it Mould not betufe to H e Nahvile Hiimer bjienks a say how m Jiiy pounds of fish the accompanied by her ulster Miss Octavia We have received from George W U l the Harlow pititetariutu that i outig people epread no elegant lunch Miler of Frankfort oo 3 and 4 Mtflot Block Myers No I a t iieen ereetwl in ooe of tiie cd in tne large ooul ware hnue of the Mr Win Campbell who some years Detroit Michigan an elegant book tn that eit It ws pulled to Hume distillery The aroma ft oni the ago rcmoed to this county from Mercer of plans aud iietlgus for residences I during tite war and hid xuaj thousand of bairels of wiiisky stored 1 county but removed to Woodford county Every st j le and hue from the lovelj ii- road to Florida Cpt llarlou in the racks uas ptrtioularly appe Â¬ has gone to Wellington Kantas to li e cottage of three or lour rooms to the apr 18 31 I i i together aiol tMivcred a letaure tizing and exhiharatlHg aud amide many chambers is Mr Milward Brown who has been for stately mansion of a tr uioniy to the lout liero and ju t ice was dona the tempting engravings with thread with the Adams Express set forth by the fine t Ire In the Hftenioon all adjourned to tiie some time details ol plans The book costs only accepted position the I am prepared to deliver ice to any lMdlabie hoiiic of Mrs Hume and a Company has 01 Formana Cherrault in Co 25 cents It flouring mills moet Hcabnut afternoon was sjient part of the city regularly or on thort and Mr John Edwards has succeeded W Literary Note ine a negto bv wlto uaittj datieiwsin the grounds Feylouscave him n the Express office notice Will make contracts for supplv -j i Mr BliKiufh sroeerj-- diHrd 90 was taken iu eu roue for home In the deshable spread of good ing families offices business houses shops t ti ol the tafe TtturMlay A number of people left Saturday cheap literature it may be mentioned and other places Orders left a Dykes tn enint and Another large il biug party made a I fi r Krjl iy morniHK for Liexjngloii day of It at Hie beaulifuT place of Mr morning for Lexington to sec Kcene in that Macmillan Co will issue grocery on Second streeet will receive lt III unt folio nod aitd eaoKht hlin Tmw Phelps Othello A nong the number were Mrs in Ihe early spring fifty cent paper prompt attention E Hume Mrs Bowman Ma Higgins editions of Mr Isaacs and Mnrzios aprn tf J E Dykes lanteB Elfctiw m Misses Sallie Miller Laura ShackclforJ cruoiflx The latcr CclIegtale Contest a two of Mr F Marlon Crow Donelson uses the best material that T Prs iiUr aiuual t4ee4liH of the The much talked of conte t bat ween Mary Forman Mary Hume and Annie fords most popular and In eonie res- Â¬ line the market aflords and the best work- Â¬ tT ers rjintoii UiehmiHid Xh X I O the five different college viz the A Bright- It pects most Interesting stories GOODS men He puts up none but the bet t O 1 Iatr artlia Mithaot was held on M and the University of Lexington Mr W B Smith and wife Veal to Kanka- Â¬ work Buggies carriages etc made U Ky is The C I St L IJi iiUladjv iinthf fNiiiviM V It Centre Odlegcor Danville the Cincinnati last Thursday where they kee Line with its connect ions makes to order Cull 011 him -apr4 tf f Lieutenant alldefe L I town College and Central University 1 inct their and daughter Mr time from Cincinnati tn g G V FtekeU Accountant wilt take place in the chapel of Cen- Â¬ and Mrs John S Pak of Fort Smith the fastest Ladies wishing the latest styles in Council Bluffs Omahn St Paul Min- Â¬ J V Htnolon Clerk L J Fraaee tral University on Friday evening Ark who were on their return from neapolis and Ihe West aud North trimming will visit the Green THE FINEST LUTE Tlieir Merchant Department April 20th There is a great ileal of Europe- - Mr Packs health is astly Front ipr4 tf npr18 fit weft Prsf Tripp 1 interest and excitement ainnug the unproied and the trip generally was 0 OF IN Iliit tine leeturer uril noon deliver a young gentlemen comjHteiug ttie dif- Â¬ ptctaat tliiey encountered some heavcy Hats and all other goods regardless If you want a nice buggy phtoton is c -- e cf lecltirerM in Richmond Lytbu J u ferent literary societies and each Is sea on tlicir return of cost or cirrlnge barouche rokawuy DOMES- Â¬ Fra te anil Kurope t inee 1S48 coupe go to John D uelso n apr4 t confident that their representative will Observe what i our old friend Lyter WORST- Â¬ TIC jr cf residence in that oountry en lie huece mful The prizs tillered are 1N RELIGIOUS has lo say in thunder touts elsewhere a t c htn to be intensely Interesting 330 iu gold to the first speaker aud 20 ii t onies from Bostonnod jiasgteat in gohl to the second speaker Rich Â¬ Fitly additions to Rcw Fred Hales iu this issue is warranted is because it is the best ft of recommendations fnnu mond will be filled with stronger as Baptist meetiug at Mai sviile Blood Preparation known It will posi Â¬ t t eopIe tively cure all Blood Diseases purifies the Tiicir Ready Mado Clothing Department about four hundred visitors are ex Â¬ A Biptht mission will be established Soother at hand It is the only eafo whole system and thoroughly builds up the pected from Lexington alone A at the depot this place constitution Remember wo guarantee it medicine yet made that will remove all ItjfkHcr oa the Charter special train will be 111 n for the em- Â¬ infantile disorders Opium It in Prescription is Dr Henderson will preach Sun- Â¬ er Morphine but gives contains onatural Sold by W G White Sil 0 ivernor Duekmr the other octiAiiin On Friday afternoon the Rev tho child Druggist grades3 all -- y t a Richmond hihh that is the Centre College buse uall nine will play day morninand niglfl alike Methodist ease from pain Price 25 cents Sold by t M riilnud charter - W G White Prescription Druggist Bonnets and hats trimmed to order by I eyer saw and the Georgetown College nine on the 1 J reope up there ought to build that ii Mrs L D Maupin at Kingston apri 1 tf base lull grouud Mil tiie campus On Rev Mr Williams on Sunday ac- Â¬ Shirts cheaper than you can buy the 1 i There is no danger of losing isaturday morning the Central Univer- Â¬ cepted the call to the Baptist church A LARGE AND HANDSOME LINE OF elsewhere J C Lyter aprlS tf clolli 3 Jr money and getting no road or of sity At the Green Front you can save nine pluy the Georgetown nine ou tht place i money and get the prettiest Hat or C money two or three timeto one 5 the same grounds The students aie At the semi annual Mormon Confer- Â¬ c Bonnet iu town tiprll tf auj How does that strike you doing all iu their power to make it Â¬ line SUMMER ence held at Salt Lake Sejmour B agreeable for the visitors and the latter Mrs L D Maupin lias the latest styles Young came out for polygamy which he Col- - Uen aan Des4 part of tills w eek promises lobe very in bonnet hats lsce feathers flowers C Charles E RowmiiH of J3an gay Mr D M Sweetsof Elizabeth charactei ized as one of the mot true Â¬ etc at Iter Kingston store apri 1 tf and glorious principles revealed through lV fnnt rly CotHmllottor of Agri low u will represent Central Uul verity the prophet Joseph Smith cunn but more rroettily an official Iu the col test-Half Pare Excursions in tl e fc Interior What is religion and the church com C Ry Kankakee died The C I SI L Mrs Laura C Holloway t Frankfort mi lal Thuday Col ing to when people flock to hear a man in Liue wilt sell round trip tickets to Rovmau was well known iu Kan whose the pulpit make such a declaration as this Laura Carter Holloway many points iu Minnesota Duknla gSP No trouble to show goods We guarantee tuck warm hearted awl iwpolar a picture The Graphic presents iu ctui Anybody who will swear will steal Nebraska Kansas Arkatfas Texas our prices as cheap as the cheapest and in harmony r of literature ami art iwpular neettou with the sketches of the Wo Â¬ For further particulars sec Rev Joe and New Mexico at One Fare for tbe Respectfully with quality of Goods J - J a ho it of frietHk He was a mans Convention in Washington Round Tiip Excursion dates for Ihe Joocs sermon at ashlandKy last week 1 Ah- J t Democrat aod always looked was born at Nashville Tenn on Courier Journal West North west and South west nre to Ligraduated at thel March 20th Aprils and 24th May 3 febS ly Xext Door to Madison National Bank ir38 interests Hfeoigewas irost 22 1818 was Seminary in June Tiansjlvanta Presbjtery was in session Nashville Female icars and his disease was dropsy and 22nd June 5 and lOtli 1SSS at Danville last week Revv Dr L G 1ST2 and In August 1862 at the axe Tickets will be good tot return thirty Barbour of Richmond and Rev II Paid Witkeat a Word J S Collins of fourteen was united Iji marriage lo Glaftc as alternate with Ruhng Elder days exaept to Text9 and Arkansus iIr T L ArmstfeHg ppeciai agent Junius B Holloway of Jflohmond Dr Will wll you your carpets at a bottom which will be good sixty days For Meyer of Danville as principal and 11 tU Nurth Ky Mrs Holloway Is a leseeounut Elder A K Denny alternate were figure He Sews and Lays them for full InformatiOu please apply person- wefetern Mutual Life Iu family her 1 Jratee Company was iM Richmond or an aristocratia Southern agent C I St L J elected Commissioners to the General you and thus rids you of the irouble ally to nearest Iwst weekand paid over to the o tale of father tho Hon Satuuel J Carter Assembly which convenes in Baltimore in Matching them Call and Fee Ry tlj- la 8amiiel IS Fox tbe amount belli one time Governor of Tenueesee jitnl8 3m him J Tucker G W P A 121 Ran May 19 it licieK SSfWO Ofe ot the pM ami the Intimate friend of Andrew You can buy a r ult or a pair of dolph St Chleago III c j 4100 had been istietl only a few Jaokemi As per announced Mm L E Francis C S LaFolIelte W P A LuFay pants at your own price Pauls for mid tady rme payment had ettc IitJ Laura Holloway began to con ti Unite preached in her parlor on Sunday after fat men pants for lean men a made by the deceased yet the lo Southern periodicals ut the age cd i noon to a good audiance Though only J H Martin D P A S E Cor J C Lvinn c n pay without a word of eom- - eleveii and iu 1570 when but twenty- - her second sermon she acquitted herself Washington aod Meridian Sts Indian1iuiit jiajd ihe c mount V Ry sell through apolis Ind The C I St L to the two J ears old wrote her famous work i a creditable manner Among oilier UELEBRATJU CELEBRATED per pailies John Egau Gph Pasnr The Ladies of the White Houce or things she aid she was ss white pure tVUp a to all points via all routes and Tkt Mr Edar Turley at tot Second National Bank Is local j the Home of tbe Presents of whhjh j and poles as the lily and as holy as j checks baggage through to destinnUon Agent Clncinrinnall O L 21 ttttir 9m apr18 St over 110000 copies have been sold in I God himself was when on earth The j THE CLIMAX ttve Jeiai nJitn The iHinm -- IKEUOI GENTRY k CO JRIOECMOKTO - - irl Fin-t-cJH- ttneva mni si The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricultural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Richmond it Â¬ DRY GOOD Choice Silks Henriettas Serges De Boges Cashmeres c aijs bt ftt f Farming Implements and MacMnerj hu c Lace Flounces of all kinds m White Goods in great quantity -- lkil Â¬ jr Xle Merchant Tailoriiii MA Eilii aid Â¬ 4 All kinds ofLadies and Childrens Kid Kangaroo Douglas and Goat Misses lincaii Site gi - Shoes at Jack Ereemans apr8 3t HID M j-- -e L xe GENTS ftJEIISHIIC-- GOODS iil WALL PAPERS WE SKLJL THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL Â¬ large shipment of W L Douglas 8200 8300 and S400 Hand Just received 1 TIIE VE SELL TJEIE - I aaa sewed Shoes in Button Lace and gress all widths at Star Shirt Waisi Star Shirt Waist Â¬ Jack Ereemans mm--- Itj -- Kangar Shoes for tender feet Mens at Jack Freemans AT Covinrjton Mitchells mm The Fine Tailors and Clothiers Hatters and Furnishers son-in-la- of and examine their Immense SPRING and SUMMER Their stock complete embracing all the novelties of the season EaiiTSST STYIsE Tailoiii opr-18-- tf W aso fcAa HICHMOND complete consisting of the FINEST and BEST FOREIGN and OASSIMERES and EDS NECKWEAR RICHMOND crchv complete bracing to the finest every particular from the cheapest received a large lot of Ladies Just IPURIJISHIE OODS r Iertmet and Childrens Newport ties Newport button and toe slippers which Misses we are selling very UNDER The largest of WEAR ever shown in this city HATS IN GREAT YARIETY from the cheapest to the finest Yeoman Hat a specialty The sii low Jack Freeman apr-18-3t KIT MITCH a Â¬ -- pr-13-- lf Â¬ orf --WB SELL TPIE- - VE SELL THE Stat Shift Waist Star Shirt Waist ir jif T3 gPT4 fVfrim -- wy p niwfr1 - CREOLE ECONOMY FACTS FOR hARMERS WINTER RAILROADING LIGHT HOUSE LIFE STARS AND STRIPES FULL OF FUN JProfessi onalCards ATwilkcT if n i it N i ii4 M I thing In a Smith D D S Dancers of the TJno Described by an Ex Â¬ Difficulties In the Way or GetUn Sup lbs Story of Their Origin as Told In 8aa ihis Tho air brake is the groat drops morcury conntry Whon set Coxa Hook perienced Knglnoer piles to the Keepers fifty degrees St needs something of Our life is not ono round of pleasure Thera is ono romance connecting I know at least ono man in this f FFICE Main street two doors S at any time 01 Ihj year 1 can assure country who is ablo to livo cheaply America with tho Orient and roliglon that kind to soften the falL Fara above Second june22 tf Shortest and Quickest Jioute you but in the winter season it bo and get paid for doing it all because with patriotism which should be re- Â¬ grapher co mos exceedingly hard Weve got We are ex-Â¬ ho lives where tho cost of getting bis corded It involves tho Star Span- Â¬ First Chicago Child FROM C MORGAN D D S Socond C posed to many dangers which only food fuel ami light to him is about gled Banner I warn myroador that a new baby at our house KENTUCKY thoso who havo been there can realize contemptuously Thats noth- Â¬ five times as much as the original cost with this sedate subject of religion I C -Madi The sudden changes from boat to cold of tho supplies themsolvcs and ho am about to associate a patriotic inci ing Wovo got a now pupa at ours OFFIE Main street over Ky Â¬ TO ALI POINTS BLUCHER son National Bank Richmond make the iron exceedingly brittle and lives not more than thirty miles from dent Tlie Washington family has Boston Courier June 22 tf liable to break This renders ex-Â¬ Boston at that said tho captain of a been traced back to tho timo of tho Economy is wealth but tho North East West and Southwest treme caution necessary on tho part vessel in tho costwise trado between Norman Conquest and to tho north of most economical person yet hoard of STANDARD M POYNTZ DR of the train mon The winter brings New York and Portland Me It Humber Tho princely see of Durham fs a shoo dealer in a small town in many otlior difficulties with it aside seems queer that a mau can got along had a prolate who was a foudatory of M SURGEON AND who stops his clock when he PHYSICIAN BETWEEX from frosty iron The strong head more economically on account of the tho Conqueror Ho was a warrior closes his store at night in order to street next to OFFICE Becond winds which wo encounter on many high cost of getting supplies to his priest and had many feudatories under save time Boston Budget Will make the season of 8 at the stabe june22lf Lexington and Cincinnati White Drug Store of our trips make it almost impossible home than be could if the cost were him Among tho rest was tho knightly Traynor ijj miles irew of McKee What in tho world are Boggs to run on schedule time Oftentimes less don tit But its a fact all the William D Hertburn who in ex-Â¬ you going to do with that piano Richmond on the Irvine turnpue Effect Jan 29th 1883 Schedule in EVANS M D G wo have to face a gale which would same Forinstance aton of coal costs changing his village of Hertburn for Spoggs Going to chop it up into mont Blucher will stand at 35 to fcr more than counterbalance the addi- Â¬ about 6 in Boston If it costs no the Manor of Wossynton gavo not firewood and save on tho coal bill I PHYSICIAN SURGEON AND No 4 No 6 a living colt and John Wilkes at fjo No 2 tion of two extra passenger cars to tho more than 6 to lay it down in this only tho first recorded link in tho fam- Â¬ find it pays to practice a littlo econ- Â¬ SOUTH BOUND Ex Sun Dally Euaun with usual privilege of ret jrn OFFICE Hecond streeL in 3n ur train This difficulty we of course mans bin ho would have to pay for ily but the immortal name of Wash- Â¬ omy these hard timos Buffalo Drift june22tf marc is not parted with havo to meot by putting on ex both coal and del ivory and his coal ington furthor west O not a maiden far or near Almont Blucher Standard tra stoani and doing Lve Covington 830 am 835 pm 300 pm The Ottoman dynasty had rison to a harder would stand him 12 for every ton On either side the water reccj TAYLOR Lve Kalmonth DR 1003 am 938 pm 318 pm Could eer compare in loveliness work trial on slow mile track 2 3 1j In the wintor months The same in proportion forniidablo power and Richard tho with his Lvc Cynthluna 1105 am 1034 pm 430 pm 249 With old Macgregors daughter am locjapm 510 pm full brother to First Call 3 j 1 J it requires fully one third more beef and his pork and hispotatoosand Lion Hearted had pawned his patri- Â¬ 1140 Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery Arr Paris Yet not a lover dared to como Arr LexlPgtou 1130 p m 1130 pm feio pm RICHMOND KY coal and water than at any other time his flour and his oil But just because mony for a crusade and had boon im- Â¬ Almcnt Blucher is a seal brown hiti With compliments to plague her Lye 1arlM am 1055 pm 520 pm of tho yoar and the handling of this it costs in tho neighborhood of 30 a prisoned on the shores of tho Bos For twas not safe to venture near OFFICE Second streetover Dykes Arr Winchester 1150 pm 1115 pm 603 pm Majr 20th 1SS0 has me white foot bei 4 1x35 Tho castle of Macgregor june22t 200 pm Arr Richmond gives us just so much extra work Grocery Store 70 pm and one in front i ton to carry his coal from Boston phorus tho story of tho Plantagoncts hands high a j Arr Lancaster 510 pm experience meet Â¬ In a Boston Another reason why trains are late as to his bins and 6 oo pm corresponding had beon played beforo tho world Arr Htanford weighs 1100 pounds when in stuj ccc M a rule during tho cold months is tho prices for his otlior supplies he stately and warliko scenes in the west ing a colored woman aroso and DR pm KlclimonU 305 lve tion Sired by Athlete sire of First CC I thank tho Lord Arr Uerea 320 p m liability of the tires on the car wheels gets the whole business for noth- Â¬ mid cast had como and gone and tho spoko as follows MAIN STREET Arr Livingsto- n- 5145 pm Isaac G 226 for what He has done for mc Ho is 221 Athel 3 jcaroli to crack and thus ondanger the safely ing His flour he gets froo and his namoof Dj Wcssynlon after illustrat- Â¬ Nest Door to Ltixnns Up Stairs 2 36 Mabel 4 of the whole train The engineer is beef and bis ork and his potatoos ing many heroic qualities had died always good to mo II j has always 235 Athlone blessed me I am thirty suven years Residence at Willis House obliged to be very careful when start- Â¬ and his oil as well as his coaL Tho out from tho chivalrio rolls ot Durham No 3 NORTH BOUND Nol No 5 year old 246 Geneva Maid 3 jearo l bine 22 tf ing the train if the wheols are full of entire out lit dont cost him a cent and but it was preserved in tho cloister by old and havo buried three husbands 2140 May Josephine 4jrcar od 2 44 3 frost The roadbed too requires he gets miy be 1000 a year for slay- Â¬ a doughty abbot Tho stock was di Â¬ They were all bad men and bless the cart and Many others that are rit DR 800 am Lvc Livingston care at litis time The section hands ing where he is and receiving tho vided into various branches Itwas Lord Ho took all of them away erea Athlete by Almont 33 by Aciandtrt 1035 am Offers his professional services to tlie live Richmond Miss Do Socioty O mother public are required to give extra attention to annual donations 1145 am Arr scattered over Eiglaud About tho Abdillah 15 by RTsdyks Hamblc am Lve Mtanloril Olafaras the rails so they may Da suro that 730 Office in drug store on lower Main Lve Lancaster It will be quoor now if you aint timo the great grandson of tho con- Â¬ such news Thoand their havo lost all 810 am each rail rests on a solid foundation head dish- Â¬ Street Richmond Ky jjly27 ly queror of Constantinople Suleiman their money Arr Richmond 1100 am thinking to yourself that this man Almont Bhtchcrs istd m Lady Bce Lve Richmond otherwise when a henvily loadod train am speaking of has a soft snap Woll I tho MngniPcent had raised his realm washer has fallen heir to a fortune 130 pm 645 am Arr Winchester by Rcharii dam of First Call 221 335 pm 735 am C AMBROSE How fortunate wo DR U passed over it when the rail is full of may bo ho has He is a light houso to its acmo of fame ono of tho Wash- Â¬ Mrs Do Society Arr IariH 3S pm 830 am West--Gi- ll frost it would break as soon as it felt keeper ington Laurence was practicing law heard of it in time When wo call at Lve Lexington pm r n am 3x0 pm Bellfoundcr No 63 and sire of Ho lives on a big rock at 300 Lve i urt the weight The section men havo Capo Ann No seagoing vessel can at Grays inn Whon tho Sultan Ibra- Â¬ the Olafam residenco this afternoon 340 pm 830 am 350 pm 227 and the dams of ten 2 30 trctri FORD KY Lve Uynthlana pm 406 pm 850 am 430 also to be very careful about remov- Â¬ got within aquartcr of a niilo of his him was trying to foil tho intriguos of wc must remember to go around to Lve faimnuiu 451 pm 1003 am 535 pm Lady Blucher is a remarkable speed jr Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the af- Â¬ Arr Covington 600 pm 1135 am 650 pm ducer Omaha World ing every particle of ice and other ob-Â¬ homo No loaded boat can reach his tho eunuchs Colonel Henry Washing- Â¬ tho back door She has produced seven f j ternoon structions which accumulate on the abiding place in safety ton was dofonding the city of Wor- Â¬ The advertising signs on the plat- Â¬ and all of them show a high rate cf tttZ To got a ton MAYSVILLE BRANCH June 22 tf rails at evory crossing Unless this of coal to his bin which is perched on cester for King Charlos against Crom- Â¬ forms of the Brooklyn Elovatcd rail- Â¬ but two have had a days t aimti wat t No 11 No a is done a swiftly moving train is lia- Â¬ the W T SEXSMITH M D rocks above high water mark it well Happily for America England road led to a funny incident the other Dally Datty very fast road mare herself Hcrs f NORTH BOUND ble to be thrown off the track by a must As a train was slowing up PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Ex Sun Ex Bun Richards BelHbunder first be shipped from Boston to became uncomfortable for the cavaliers evening by Humjerfj it small pieee of ice or a little stone as near tho light houso as the vessel who had fought for tho Stuarts and a lady asked a man near her tho name by Blucher by Duroc Blucher was ou of WHITE HALL KY which could get between the rail and can approach tho brothers John and Andrew of the station Ho looked out of the Lve Covington- 300 pm Tlie coal is in bags Lexington- 735 am 435 pm Young Millers Damsel by Hambicr Laa flange of the car wheel Although and these are placed in small boats Washington emigrated to loyal old window and then replied slowly Otters his professional services to the 835 am 530 pm by Messenger Purl lie re are many extra dangers to be and taken to Well madam I aint quite suro public Virginia aug17 ivr Arr Mlllenibarg John sottled near tho 853 am S47 Pm the edge of the shoal CarllMe 916 am 611 pm with on thi railroads in the wiu water inside of which they dare not Potomac met Almont Bhichers 2nd dam PoKji t His grandson Auguslino whether It is Castoria or Carboline at Werk 1010 am 705 pm Jolmon ter season yet by the extra cntor Tho bags aro then carried was born there There ho lived mar- Â¬ Maysvllle 1045 am 740 pm Vermont Boy son of Hills Black Hawi DR Your father is looking very J amount of caution used by ashore on the backs of the crew who ried and died Of his sons George bad said the teacher SENATORIAL NICKNAMES has he failed Lancet 2 j No 10 No IX sire of Ethan Allen 225 UNION CITY KY SOUTH BOUND Dally the engineers and section men the wado ashore through the shoals Dally was tho eldest But as the gonealogy in business again No not quite Young America 323 etc 3rd dan t Ex ban Ex San Appellation Appllod to Noted SolooB In to Offers his professional services serious accidents to life and limb are clambor up the rocks with their shows although ho was out of tho di- Â¬ replied the smart bad boy tho cred- Â¬ thoroughbred the nay of Long Ago the public not more frequent in the wintor than bunions Prankie Siockbrtdge was I doubt and empty tho coal rect line he had inherited the stamina itors got onto him this time and ho Almont Blucher is a very handsome irj Lve Maysvllle 555 a m 1350 pm Office at Powell fc Parrish they are in thesummcr But the most in tho Johnson not a good fellow in Maine where he 630 a m 135 pm perfect horse promises to bea sire of light house bin The of tho stock What of all this now and had to pay eighty -- four cents on tho Aug 17 tf pm Carlisle dangerous time which we have to con- Â¬ other bulky supplies aro dclivored here 734 am 319 Tliere is a iother George Wash- Â¬ dollar It broke him up so that he was bora and dish Davis was one f Mlllcnburz 748 am 343 pm and speed his produce are Urge and C tend with is in the spring of the year 10 xne uapo Ho ssiys tho world has grown to bo so all Arr Vnrt 815 am 310 pm the bst natural buys of Henderson Y Ann lignt Kooper in ington living at Constantinople Lexington when the frost is leaving the roadbed the same way and tho Government 915 am 610 pm with perfect legs and feet ami show a ce F Coknelison the chaplain of tho British legation killin moan thems no inducement M C Heath J is Y Eddie Walthall was a lean gaunt Covington 00 pm turn 1135 am of speed with excellent dtsposUori At that time the rails and ties are con- Â¬ pays tho expense May bo ho has a and by no means mule if not so for an honest man to go out of busi- Â¬ ungainly sort of yonth ami Jimraie C0RNELIS0N HEATH No 15 leaves Lexington 800 p m ar- Â¬ Three of Bhichers produce have Icea tinually moving and have to be looked soft snap but glorious as his American namosnkc ness Burdette George was his mothers own boy and Id rather be on my rive Paris 8142 p m Practicing Physicians after with the greatest of care It is vessel tossing and pitching on tho He is in the dinct line from tho worked some little for speed Speedxo- he grew manly before his time in hav Â¬ said a beautiful girl Pipa I then that you will sse the seclion men heaviest sea that his light evor shone De Wessyntons of tho Conquost In found several cigars no o leaves Covington 450 p m ar Tickler and the West filly All of Ccn ing to take care of her Frankie KENTUCKY scattered about RICHMOND rives Falmouth 650 p m constantly traveling along the line could beat Ceckrell would not have taken the minutes in their 2 jear cJ out upon than to be firmly grounded his kcoping is the crest of the family tho front yanl this morning Did yon offer their professional service to the No 7 leaves Falmouth 600 a m arrives form and 3 and every now and then stopping to on that Cape Ann rock like ho is What is the romance to which I have drop them prize at the baity show and George No they dont belong public were handled very light y at 4Jituly Covington 800 a m drive a thin pieca of wood or iron un- Â¬ Wouldnt yon adverted Nothing loss than the in- Â¬ to me Vest was an nndnrsize boy who was responded the old man yearlings and Speedmont could g3 r s t Daily Except Sunday der the rails so as to bring it up to a chosen to thrash any strange boy who Shortly aftcryoung Simpson left you But this man isnt the only one comparable growl h of a gr at Western mile in 115 with ease the other two vrrt ADVICE TO GIRLS NOTE Trains 3 and are dally between level and give it a firm resting place the came into town and did it Charlie DR GILES HARRIS Winchester Lexington 4ami Cincinnati other their mile in 242 and 43 and Tickler f J Government supplios with tree nation directed modoratcd onorgized last night I thought I hoard a noise trains are dally except Sunday Manderson was one of the youths who How to Make Tlieir Rooms Iooli Neat upon the tie With the many new in- - coal light and rations at its light- Â¬ and inspired by a descendant of tho outside and I shouldnt bo surprised tor JSoo cash Others of hi produ e are WACO KY Direct connection I made at Winchester ventions for detecting trouble along houses Whenever the Tasty and Comfortable never got left and Airy Paddock with Chenpeake and Ohio for ML Sterling good all of which are from common keepers aro martial and priestly family whose if Nero had boon shaking him for the There i always a period in a girls the line the number of accidents on located at stations where tho siock is noted in tho stalwart folk of cigjirs Evidently tho dog won Izi Ashlaud liutitlnstou Charleston W Va never received his full name of Alger Â¬ 2f Offers ills professional services to the and Eaatern IltlM cost of mares Almont Bhicher has tr3d j Northumberland and whoso branches Y Sun jau4tf public non until he was grown up Senator life when she craves all sorts of dainty the railroads has been reduced to a carriage exceeds the cost of supplios FA8T LINE No 3 and 4 run via Win On many of the roads the races and never lost a heat u ith test an chesterSoIld Trnlnx with Pullman Sleeping Stewart ef Nevada was called Bill by belongings and where she can have a minimum they are providod free but where tho are as widely apart as B sphorus and Heros a box addressed to you Cans tietweeu Cincinnati and Richmond Vs Rav G sorgo Washing- Â¬ said tho wife of a pro uitiont man He is a trocr a i bia fellows and he early dis-Â¬ room to herself it is her delight to rails are connected at every joint with cost of delivery docs not exceed the the Potomac 3 months training and Winchester and Wellington I C DR S M I a small wire so that there is an un- Â¬ price adorn it with many pretty things ton is an accomplished goutlomau and Tliroaifli Tickets and BHEgiixe Checked to his colts as well as his breedirg prove at played his money making talent of the goods the keeper is coin dont think youd better open if any destination reached by a railroad It is right too if possible a girl broken circuit between signals placed polcd to pay for IjoIl quite He bad a better coon dog than PHYSICIAN AND 8UROEON For full particulars address or call on any he will transmit the same qualty II What shall wo do with Thats a queer scholar Ho fis course friendly to Amer- Â¬ though should have a room of her own where at the different stations and if a rail rule but icans as ho should be it ef any the rest and the sire Athlete transmits speed tis da3 Government has many a tcl you well take it out Ill RICHMOND KENTUCKY her privacy should be respected oven should break tho circuit is also broken 8 F B MOUSE K 11 BACON firt money he made was ia the sale by her mother queer way of doing things Lady Blucher transmits speed Aljr t At all of I can not refrain from inserting hero and got tho hired girl to opon it She Uen Agt Trav rasVr Act and the danger signal is set thus the barren rock jaiily sent to of coon skins Hen Biair of New Covington Ky Lexington Ky 33ihU grand sire transmits speed hij liht honscj like a little nolo which ho card andmy wifeÂ¬ has lit the fire throe times with Office on First Street Given a plain comfortable bod and warning tlie engineer of tlw trouble Cape Ann It contained his own HampsMr e was a red -- headed boy doubtH E HUNTINGTON F B CARB Agf Mitiots Ledge and others kerosone this week and I dont think Uenl Manager Itichniond Ky g sire Alexanders Abdallah transau and Ms wicked fellows warmed their a little stove for warm tit the rest of ahead Worcester Wm Spy have even to be supplied less the arms on that card as has that dynamite will hurt her I the keepers Wash- Â¬ H M D speed his g g g sire Rysdyks Hambe the belongings can be fashioned out Ueueral Offices Covington Ky hands fver his bead and caused him with fresh water from the points o i beon often surmised if not proven ing ton Critic tonian transmits speed so there is rr a gave tho fust idea of the American endless troube by telling him that he of very plain material GUARD DUTY IN LONDON j the main land They cdlect a great PHYSICIAN and SURGEON They were riding in a bus from missing link S ar Spangled Banner I have in my recollection the memo- Â¬ muot have lieen out at Bight for the deal the station to the hotel at Glovorsville RICHMOND KY ry of one fashioned in one id of the Tito Sentries IVIio Krep Watch Over St but infrom rains iu cisterns and tanks 9 Almont Blucher is a show horse as tre dew had made his hair rusty And Tera January 19 1S84 most caes it is not sufficient in this Stale In this liitlc town James and the liank ol England Mrs Cix It might CURES WHEHE ALL ELSi f AILS as a trotter having been shown egvt Httle nervous Bill Chandler was a up stairs part of an unfinished house OFFICE Second street next door to for the needs of the keepers and the toDearthese quartering of Interest Mr CoxÂ¬ said he ihoy ninki all tho gloves Any one who has had the curiosity see BetCoseh87rnD Tuttscood Cm wliteh I was speakWhites Drug Store leader among his fellows Senator The rafters were covered with un- Â¬ times and got six 1st premiums and izi iu urns eoia dt arninrists to look in at the guard room of the supply from abroad must be regular- Â¬ ing to you the other evening You see the Almost every bod v is emnloyed at that Special attention given to Microscop- Â¬ Payne of Cleveland had woe as a boy bleached muslin as they burned wood JBJ1 J filMl f l J1 1 twice stars and stripes are there I hare always trade ly taken to them n matter what the Indeed I didnt know ical and Chemical examinations of Palace of St James will have boon and the part called lite room was cur- Â¬ story mentoned to you was in that hit father ownod a brickyard difficulties are in getting heard that the That Icarting Why the name ought to tell tissues ami fluids of the human body correct vz struck with the marked contrast be Â¬ cost or the A 1 about for a flag that and Mule II m Pay no had to throw tained off from the rest by curtains it there I believo Pisos Cure Shh when indeicMHlence had been declared the you Gloversville -To bo sure Now of course if you have com- Â¬ tween the accommodations for the of- Â¬ bricks now and then for Consumption saved Americans thought that they could not do bet And 1 sunposa thoy makn tights in fortable rooms this article will not be ficers and that of the And so K goes on Blodgett of bit life A II Dowkll ter than take their Generals family quarterings V i Jftrror Editor Enquirer EdenBy Red Wilkes sire of 13 vith recr Ji Titmvillc officers and privates as a foundat on Hence the ktars and stripes PARRISH Tho lux- Â¬ New Jersey was RHfy Blodgett in of interest to you There are some MUCH MONEY WASTED ton N C April 23 1887 With kind regards believe me yours very truly from 216 to 230 1st dam by Ma liar He was dotcrinnctl to go out at New Hampshire and tall and loan who must make a great deal out of a urious fittings and comfortable bed- Â¬ CiEOKdE Washington Attorneys At Law the cud of tvjry act Thrco acts had den by Mambrino Patchen the re of he was tilled with ambition Bill little It is to them I come To go rooms of the one and the cold pas- Â¬ Description or an Kxpennlre Hut 3IIsecU Tho quarterings leferred to are a been played and threo limes had ho strutted Iuultry Huiku sages and dreary walls of tlie other Evarts the boy stood the best in the back The bod was plain but very thirty two sons and the sire of thirty 0 RICHMOND KY I recently saw 011 a gentlemans os shield willi three stais at the top and scraped by and trodden on tho feet of Special attention given to abstracting debating societies and little Donnie comfortable and in lhec days of are very insructive At the officers performers and his mares have proJ zzi the stripes below running across the his neighbors poultry house At the end of the titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky Cameron of Harrisburg was a Sena cheap bed coverings could be made mess those in charge if the sections talc an expensive twenty five performers jn 230 or ber of the Queens Guard and the cavalry just reatly for occupancy It stands shield Abote the shield arc the head fourth act as ho wont crashing tor s son and was always treated welL very dainty Office in Climax building S E and sire from 215 to 2194 Soisef on a geiitle sloiw of naturally drained and wings of an eagle rising from a through tho narrow space a lady Comer Main and Second Streets tip There is nothing prettier than to guard come to dine in the evening Mattie Quay hohU to his boyish name Mambrino Patchen have sired the dssa June -- 2 tf of Mat Quay still 1ml Iham G Har- Â¬ have it snow white one pair of nice- - the government allowing an annual soil of the very best quality for a poul- Â¬ crown and below it tho motto In crnco in thoaislo Feat said in her most dulcet stairs ofSilveron 2lq B low all ii the name Charley P 2 25 Fs S sum of about 2003 for the purpose try run a id such as not more than glorior tones I trust I do not incom- Â¬ ris was never called Ishy Coke o szed pillows with cases upon it with two years 233 Memoirs of a mode you by sitting here o years Lennie The best Cough Medi Â¬ Texas had a good nam as a boy in only a good wkle hem with some little of keenins un the mess Tlie onlv ono poultry man iu a thousand cin George Washington Detroit BURNAM cine is Pisos Cure ior se Luhi Patchen 233 Orphia 227 Djck Coke but John Reagan never edge upon it fastened with tapes in Â¬ duty which these officers have to per-Â¬ find upon his premises Bat instoad Viplonat Free Press Consumption Children years got the nickname of Jack Daniel of side A white spread and across the form i3 to inspect a batch of sentries of giving the fowls tho beneiit of a bet- Â¬ 237 Dynamite 23 Ltrrc take it without objection HISTORICAL RELICS GREAT COMMANDhRS c- tor natural floor than all the skill of Virginia was however known as foot a scarf either of worsted or silk once or twice during the day Second dam by Gills er By all druggists 25c RICHMOND KENTUCKY mont son of Bonner Bo and to go tlie rounds Jack Daniel ami KuldleWger bad patch work once man has ever devised the house is Victories ortmi TV011 by tho Personal A R llur with C F OFFICE Ijy the Dressing chairs can be made out of in tlie night bis first name of Harrison contracted the the dams of the King 229 Gamfceti remainder set on posts from one to thrco foet Some of Tixxn Oivnml Society Now York lower of a 7tter nam 011 First Street Ulster nl June 22 It CUBES WHFBF 111 flSF fine to Harry Frank O Ccrienter While to tutilo a groat captain all Wilkes 226 and a number of others in a discarded one fro n the other part of of the timo being passed in lounging above the ground and provKUd with a The rooms of tho Now York lis BestCoccaSyruD Tastes eood Dm Wtuhingten Critic the house The legs sawed off a little to and fro botweon tho Guards Club plank floor Of ourso tho Jiouso can toricnl Society contain many in time 8oldbTdram7iAtii- John Wilkes is 16 hands high a bei- relics of the mental ami phj sicil qualities A SULLIVAN and the whole chair covered with some in Pall Mall and the guard room mess novcr be so warm in cold weather old New York whose value cau ful bay with two white feet behind vtr not be must exist in tho greatest possibles nor so cool in warm weather as if estimated in pretty cretonne or sateen and a The rank and file have to make thom MENS SOCIAL NATURE strength varieties of thrso in com- Â¬ mono For nearly heavy mane and tail and as a show txrse iuar7 Gni cushion for the seat of the same telves as comfortable as they can dur- Â¬ built on tho giouud without tho century the socioty has beon engageda bination to a grunt r or lcs3 degree The tiisoclabnity of ItuInri Men la has taken premiums at RichmonJ St floor Basics there are other disad- Â¬ in this work A box for sho s and stockings made ing a long droary day and night hare been po Mcsscl bv Generals of llusUieaa Hour RICHMOND KENTUCKY and tho fruits of its laboi Louis and every place where he was of a good siaed soap box with the with two hours sentry go every four vantages from this construction too arc well worthy of the time The social nature of the man of bus Â¬ expended less or greater repute in tho worlds OFFICE on Flrxt street same ns LOW TOURIST RATES shown numerous for mention now There Among the most noted history and minibr and intensity of Inrmerly occupied by County Judge iness may be said to be under a cloud lid to lift and the whole put on hours obj cts in tho Horses handled at reasonaie The Queens Guard consists of five is a groat doal more glass in the collection arc ovr 1000 paintings in these qualities in the combination give Miller during busine- - hour Under the pross casters oct6 ly jror 547X0 a flrst class round trln tfexrt price but no responsibility for accufcJ Two bags for soiled linen a large officers and one hundred and forty sunny side than is iu any the Flemish an 1 Dttch school of art tho General his relative placo in tho we of numerous and varied respon od lor q days with stop over privifcgea can list of great soldiers Some Gcnorals or escapes Tins is divided into manner conducive to good result 6iUHties his genial j laiities what Â¬ one ami a small one far collars and rank and file obtained from St Panl tn firm- - rJt There are SCOTT tana tho coming manufacturing centrs of the enffi The e should only be used tem Â¬ three sections the St James Palace There may not be sufficient hat from belonging alsoDateh tilo mantelpieces aro only brilliant upon tho battle- Â¬ ever they mar be are necessarily held to the Bjeknia i fanily and McKEETRAYNOR northwest B S rtmuL a Only SSI 00 mart4 3tn tho sun at any time in the wintor to forming restraint Expect nothing of him porarily and then removed to tlie Guard consisting of three officers part of thoir houses before field and snirc evon only in particular produce any ill effect of ilsolf but the tho Iowor four fifers and drummers three sor whon he is in hame save the gait laundry basket part of tho cfy- - htul to giv6 phases of a batile though thoy may duetionsBVl luitwt fHfrom polnta A dreing cabe made of a dry good RICHMOND KY possess certain qualities of a groat geants and sixty nine rank and file It large surfaco of g ass causes a rapid way to the domands of commerce east and soma Kates correspondingly as Io ami style ni action that belong to the will be named to points In Minnesota oox niceiy papered inside and covered bears in its charge for twenty four cooling of the air within tho Jiouse as standing ide by Da Â¬ loader to an extunt which amounts bucineco conrse Office on Second Street June 22 tf He k running side with valuable kota or opon Puget Sound and theand toast For farther particulars addreM raciflc against time and has no leisure for outside to match the chairs On this hours one of the colors of the roi soon as the sun loaves it and the dif- Â¬ marbles fr m Nineroli IIbim may be In its way to an exhibition of genius H K Tnpper District Pnssencer Jlg nt 233 South a large pin cushion a box for brush ment the Q teens colors on royal ference in toiuperature betwoon mid Â¬ found many enrroting other relics of old New as great as any great captain has ark AT THE CWraso I or C H Wituui C S General Passenger Agent bt Paul Minn Yew id or who drops in npon the and comb and one for little trinkots birthdays or if Hir Mtjesly is in day and the next morningniust always York in tho shtpe of Dilch bricks and ever shown Tito particular oualitv a iiair jHii bidder and a large bottle of town and the regimental colors on or-Â¬ bo vory groat often in bright cold stones which hnsine maw timing the lmrden and 01100 graced tha man- Â¬ which ma lc Napoleon seize the colors CftSH GROCERY dinary days when the Court is absent weather so much as sixty to eighty sions of many historic personages and iucito his troops to follow boat of the eomnH rcial day is apt to some kind of toilet water the I has revolutionized tast On one of the shelves inside can The other sections are the Bucking- Â¬ degrees A tall window always cools A quaint looking RICHMOND KY world during tho at tho bridge of Areola find him grHmpv Grumpy is an cb ck formerly him naif century Not least uorlhy of OF epithet which the D -- Nothings of the stind the bowl used for washing and ham Palace and Horse Guards each off an apartment a good doal more stood in the Bink of Now York is well Office on Second Street June 22 tf attention when not in use it can be out ofsiglif consisting of an officer a bugler inventive procress Is a method and system of world are rather fond of applying to and rapidly than a low one because in Wall street and of on decided as being at timos a most important Performed all over the pre eeenpied Mien nhose working If as in a great many homes the about forty rank and file The pomp tho first place it comes in contact the commotcial fate of merchants who factor in a battle Alexander and A i workers from thlr homes El liberal any one Pay and circumstances moments are toe j recioHSto be wasted water is lirought up only wheu Heeded attending the with tlie higher ami warmer part of had notes 1 moot It still licks in its Henry of Navarre were lenders whose do Ve S5k young or old rSo nothing i the line of toilet articles mounting of the guard and the troop tho inclosed air which iu the cuss of old special ability required Capital not needed in unnecessary ceremony methodical way In the library personal power 011 tho battle field may Ak the Ihj necessary Soap always but ing 01 me colors on the Queen s birth Â¬ the low windows remains unaffected untimely visitor if he was treated will of over 00000 rare volumes may bo bo said to havo diroctly influenced Will practice in Mitdlson and adjoining 10 us Vrtedfree- - Cut this out and ret rn send you free something this should be of a fine quality Tooth Â¬ day are well known to avorvconsiderabla extent anil in found wkh ineirlitv and he will probably brush Many of counties and in the Court of Apieal to you early works on the hi tory and many of their viitorios SflRlStrttfnni mPrt which will that ami naii lmish also astheseare the second place by contact with a wiJlKartroan Oi royal birthdays every member of answet- - --Why Office in Master Commissioners you geography of the country and a Dutch Napoleons liiutonants hail this in- Â¬ more money right away than brine in not exactly quite in I ispr usable nny- the guard under tlie command of the higher vertical column of the air It Bblo printed in 1477 The tons of stinct of loalorship Lanncs and Mas office over Circuit Clerks office whh incivility but Mr eUZa 2 C-worId- - Orand ontfll free was ox Now for earpet I will give you two Captain is allowed a sum of money cools it more rapidly and causes a pamphlets O- ASnata Maine June 22 tf short and abrupt iu his manner and I have nov Ml and manuscript documents sena to an cniinontdogroc Washing-Â¬ seen One was made of old to drink tlie health of the Prince or ouuugei ami ueavnr descending cur- Â¬ ton showed it iu tho power of his per- Â¬ he did not even invite me to sit down ownod by tho society havo been found Most worshipful sir whose object it is fashioned ooverlt ls in blue and white Princess whose birthday it is which rent along its face which is main- Â¬ invaluable in sottling many disputed sonal prcsonco to chango a rotrcat into Another was pleoes of all kinds of averages about four pence per man tained by a steady infliwing of tho an attack and Scott made a brilliant to kHi time while that of the gentle Co questions of this city and vicinity A full and complete stock of On Her Majestys birthday the sum is warmer air of tlie interior of tho apart- Â¬ an you were so uncivil as to annoy carpet sewed together in a Among these arc tho histories as far display of it at the battle of L indys way Bjth looked deasj and doubled Such has been tho wonder- Â¬ ment Lane Tho civil war shows but littlo is to make the mot of it lmw do you STAPLE AND FANCY - 4 Si S 7 411 1 a 1 4 s S 7 Jlr as can bo ascertained of all the neat 8 10 11 12 UK si 10 11 12K 14 In a clear cold dav whon tho sun lying in Trinity Clinrchyar I A dead of this dhSni gift General C F ful manipulation of royal Princes and suppose Mr would The Bonds issued in payment of sub- Â¬ U IS 17 IS IS it water U IS 17 IK IS All An girl- - right here let me say Princesses of late years and through hn herculean dally labors if tho leaves the window there may bo as color painting of the intorlor of tho Smith may bo said to havo had tho scription of Madison county to Louisville asTia that Fl b3BBUl Je were not hort and attriip in his ynnr whatever make shifts you do in cry is still they come that the sol-Â¬ much as eighty to ninety degrees Pirk Theater iu 1822 is a study All genius of balllo highly developed in and Nashville Railroad due in February 1 -ill P9 - 7 S --dih own home there is no use of diers are not without proof of bavin B1A II T Si I 10111 difference batween the insido and out- Â¬ tho faces roprosoniod aro April July and October 18S7 jind i8S questions and replies Should he ask 14 IS 1S17 IS K t u itisiis mis warranted him as was conspicuously shown at will be paid on maturity at the Madison -- 19 m t j 19 so sura 14 is Half an hour later every bore who calls upon him to sit aMrioghiing fur them to any one com- Â¬ before long to celebrate a birthday side temperature to bo pir rails of prominont persons tho battle of Fort Donclson It is not National Bank Richmond Ky 3527 3330 Jll e rsxtl down how nany chairs d you think ing in It is so mtch more beautiful every day in tlie year This is the with proper appliances three currents 1 1 living at that time and presonton tho always given to gonins to succeed in IF- 2 II 4 5 7 J to bow to your eircttuKtanea and make only thing wanting barring the ab- Â¬ of air may be easily dotcctcd tf CD CHENAULTCom IS lie would need in his flic in the occasion represented HE 30 H 1M IT Thn coppor these efforts Napoleon failed at tho S101112U14lJ IS 1J the most of what 3 011 have a id enjoy surd differauc s botween the accommo- Â¬ apartment a lop current toward St 71 IS 17 IS 1120 9 S tho globe of Ul pins made in 1512 giving bridge of Areola though it u possible Do yon imagine he would like to it than to j 2S24 p fret transact his private basinets in the i ense 01 name aboot ait or show any dation for the officers and that for tho window a downward current extend Â¬ the coast linos of this coiitinont has that the desparatj lighting around his OcT ifd 2 l 1 irait twhen stranger Imp men to make life in the service of tho ing a little way into the room from beon found of groat vttluo to person on the causeway kopt tho 7 si t lottrTu midst of a crowd or that if he ought iens to oome in and sees you as snuicnui -geogra- Â¬ you Household troops as noar perfection as 1110 winnow but strongest next it Hll IS 17 IS U 20 phers Ir was purchased from a junk enemy closely employed until another golden opinions from you or sweh as are If 3 a 23 24 22S2J it is all clean and neat it is poor hmuaii nature can wisli for and a bottom cumin t away from tho dealer who had bounlit it for old force had taken tho town in tho rear you by doing the agreeable when be all right I hope some 1 j - 7 u - iaki- - or - 1tt C one a be The bank picket has the finest time window No flock of fowls which copper Perhaps thoro is 4 s K v s km might be doing the priiitable be able to fix up a very c zy place willher- Â¬ U14luisi7itslnll nothing and that therefore his act secured his ill 12 M 14 uls17 -- v for such a house oan accommodate can much more interesting KY of it thouglu This extraordinary 20r212L2l 51 General every would achieve fortune or the ZaWy to a visitor groat victory self ChrittU Irv4ny in Farm and guard takes up its quarters inside 3 tat p7HS 330 JJ Z Smith in Noilh American Beview tho gonorata heat enough to counteract than of the bnsino4s world tho groat Egyptian J col- Â¬ Uttslaes men Firctide a 4 S 4 71 S 4 3 Si 7 2 Bank of England overy ovening at tho chilling influence of tho windows lections presented by Dr Henry Ab- Â¬ line 10 11 are the salt of the earth and they can 1011 - 13ul lsnn u seven oclock all the year round reÂ¬ Exporience shows that a window cx ist7iisi9 2a ih9 bott whoso features aro among tho Story of a Diamond notsfT nl to wa te their savor on the Tho Largest and Finest Hotel Transplanting Melons ta2432S7a maining tliere until seven the next touding across the sunny front of tho most striking in tho gallory ICC idle loungers who go roaming through ofpor A story is told in Brooklyu socioty in the city morning It is an officers guard and house not moro than two foot tall and iraits Against the shelves containing the commnnity in t earrh of places to California melons of any kind can consists of a drummer two sergeants placed as noar the ground as will works on Amorioan history rest of the sutlilon nponrnnco of a former kill Iihm in Ar Ledger be started oarly in hotbeds or glased Rewarded are those who to 4 resident with a largo diamond and an Day and over thirty men Each man re Â¬ permit the snn to shine in mid Â¬ many antiquities of Egypt a iiilHanil then act they will curious ambition equally glittering to frames and ransdaned by lbs fol- Â¬ ceives a shilling arable employment marry from tiie bank author- Â¬ winter woll across the floor givos tho juxtaposition -tho oldest known naÂ¬ a former Stranger 10 offica bo th t Did lowing method Take strong straw sweetheart if ho could Ho According to rooms l fi5 aS you loll the editor theres a man down board and make broad ritgs four ities immediately on his arrival a ser Â¬ host result in overy respoet and at all tion side by sido with the youngest htul iaer InT to Australia niado a pile SHe2dJnowklD8 veral hSnderd s airs what wants le knock him down inches in diameter and sx inches deep geants share being two shillings seasons A house thus glazsdis warm- Â¬ In this collection are about 2000 curi- Â¬ and been coming ensy uny Turkish and Russian Baths in make o and upwards wper daylorwho taone to was back to stay long Tlie officer is allowed a dinner laid for er in winter and cooler in summer osities The Apis or mummified will h drag him out OSes boy Yes bulls Set these m the beds dose together enough to get n wife givo her the di Hotel aro tho finest specimons in tho world air an he says will yen kindly stop on boards fill them with line rich soil two with three bottles of wine and is thau any higher arrangement for light tal not needed we start Everything Basis mond many her and tako her Dack new No special ability you have a house thus arranged which is yet they aro a most as rtinlred- oct26 ly up at onoc as he wants to go to din Â¬ or compost and fill the places around permitted to invite a friend Tlie I much hiddon tliere Unfortunately reader can It as well as anyone vfnta tlie girl of his guard is comfortably housed each always comfortable Tho ooldost night to day as thoy wore whon first sent to tons at once for mil ner Stranger somewhat milder them with sand or fine earth Plant choice was wintor tho mail free Address particulars which w being served out with about to WoM are r I dont want to take no the seeds one to three in each of those man and blanket Sentries a watch last door markingthermometer outsido this country Tourists who havo had marry The engaged andwent Maine tho Australian coat novSOly twenty dogreos bo are potted sadly tho good fortuno to visit this collec- Â¬ advantage of a man with an empty boxes and treat them as if thoy were away without having shown his dia- Â¬ during the night at the bullion house low the oggs loft in the nosts over tion assert that it is tho best and most very stomach Tell him F 11 come in again piaHted in the ordinary manner by and counting hoHse mond and in a day or two ho gave it night wore un chilled and the exst la thonwnds of parlor This is xorms but are surpassed by the TheBfwik Among to anothor old acquaintance proper watering When the plants vast improvement on St James Pal-a thing in tho house which showod only varied to bo soen anywhere DEEP marvels of invention Â¬ cash Then ho any tho books In tho library are tho fa Â¬ are large and tins season for out door ace but then those who pay tlie - I called upon tho lady of his choico to train nwf piper offoct of the cold was some milk in a mous collections of Rev Dr Hawks It is said that the man who in Â¬ culture arrived remove each box and choose tlie tHnc which mnkes all tho narrow iron dish attached to tho wall complete works on American history bid her good bye nnd sho told him U1Ie vented Volapuk got his idea from hear- Â¬ set it in the open ground iu a woll Mlie5ddre tret tall CO PorUÂ¬ that sho had been thinking the matter Informa in tho coldest part of the home about from the libraries of Dj Ptystcr JilVManeBIldrece differences Modern Society GIVE THIS HOUSE Wil ing Bed Shirt of the Wild West show mannred hill not disturbing the box over and had found that sho loved Largest and most complete stock in SE bow either sex of all rdi can earn throe feet from the window At six Lins Morris and others tho g Pr J op Spanish him better than sho trying to spoak Frnuch Tid BUs which will afford protection against Our motto Capital not loved the man to Central Kentucky Best An tdd white horse that had oclock in the morning that was frozon collection of Buckingham Smith Con Goods and Lowest Consistent Prices i cut worms if rased an inch or so and made over K0 In over but so slighly that I easily grcsdonal works from the enrHeoi whom sho was engaged Back went served many yoars in hauling street nov8M ralthUwork- P CARROLL An unfortunate Maino baby that smeared with tar 01 the oHtside Aft Â¬ cars tho young man to tho girl to whom he thrust my finger through iL The rm I timo3 and all Jau4U was led along the 77 and 79 W Main St happened to be born on tho day of her er transplanting the mode of cuTtnro day by a little bey street the other imn is of chopiictl vegeables in another tory published works of American his had made a present of his diamond in Wyandotte by cither tho city or and janii iy Lexington Ky grandparents golden wedding was differs in 110 wsv from that usual iu Kas Every time cable c pcrsuadod CARSIAGE REPAIRING- Tort ir stopped part of the house showed no signs of ouiuj uner iiDranes may contain a and to tako its her to givo it to him growing these fruits But it is ad the animal uotild a named Anna Versarv worth in money or in If the simo window had moro assoned and variol collection of jump in front of it freezing CHEAP EXCURSIONS Tisnble to shade the plants for a few and another jewel Ho thon look the dia Â¬ bjen placid next the ceiling evory books but there is none In the only by force lie coul I bo induced The old friends of Lon Smith looking tor new locations or lnvesticijj coun- - mond A rcducedgentlcwoman In Now days af cr moving them by a cover of krrnfeLS Z to got out of the way When the cars f iwl in the hoiinc w ould qniio proba Â¬ try so historically vnluablo as that bo tended to llio girl for whom it was in need ny Carriage Repairing can whn find tare thle2rcnInnB trip to all TtauUiPfw paper or cotton Cloth im a am all frame glided on without Uoincs York earns her living by Bpcrluicud tor toe and she becniuo his ife and bly have had r fioxn eouiU O B him at L O Schmidt old aland and Mnnesat-round longins to this society M T Mail ho appeared flr- trlui and PXzZ - TVWt Y Timet leg aovlccj dinner rrtlcf thoy havo aallid for Australia Front room Over Whites Drug Store where he Is prepared to do all Y Triune Blitt in j ani Ezprtti 3udays iortaapsaad farther parp9 greatly puzzled tf kinds of dress G B SutU lor rent Apply to Carnsge Repairing Painting Ac Wiin M M1ThjjS A w g Prvpmrrd from Flan U Gen etmly Designated Weeds Tho Instinct of ccohohij is tlio birth Â¬ right ol the Creole mistress a legacy banded down from one ganoration to anothor Under licr supervision the dally bill of fare passes and with her awn hands she prepares mayonnaise bisque ices coffee nud the various dainties that grace her table With a few onions a little lard a quantity ef colory peppor salt and water she will brew a most savory aenp at a minimum of cost Tho tender stalks of the thistle when boil Â¬ ed awl served with oroam gravy do not astray their plebeian birth When pease are belled the pods instead of being thrown away are cooked to to palp maskel through a colander and served while hot with butter and pepper Pea pods and the cars of sweet corn form a basis of a delicious iHmor broth The coarse outer leaves ef lettHCe are cooked like splnaeh awl are scarcely less tooth- Â¬ some Lettuce leaves are also fre Â¬ quently fried in butter Nothing from a Crceles table is suffered to go to waste The fragments of meat chicken or fish left over from the noon meal will find their way to the tea table out small well seasoned and mixed with tomatoes rice potatoes or soiae other vegetable the whole dain Â¬ tily fried in a little lard or batter Bits ef vegetables Hnusd at first cook- Â¬ ing reappear in the form of delicious salads Tough meat is well minced and then mixed with bread crumbs and savory herbs rolled into btdetles and baked or fried to a delicate brown Out of fifteen cents worth of fish the Creole cook wiil bring forth a court beuClon fully equal to that t bouMalaisse whose praises Thacke Â¬ ray delighted to sing The Creole mistress is sot ashamed to own her famiiarity witbthe signifi- Â¬ cant economies of housekeeping Few things are without possibilities ia her experienced hand Pepper grass and a host of other green growing thiags which the uninitiated designate as weeds in her hands are transformed savory dishes into the CkrUUan Vry Dlh wt Smut in the feed of horses is Inju- Â¬ rious It impairs the appotite causes weakness and wasting and in considerable amount causes diarrhea and colic By concentrating his attention upon a single proluet or class of prod nets and that product favorod by nat- Â¬ ure the farmer surpasses competitors in other places The radish will thrive in any good soil but to bo crisp and tonder must be grown quickly If a continuous SHpply is wantcl make sowings every ton days or two weeks Half a row planted at intervals will be sufficient Rwt crops supply succulent food as a help to the dry provender Man- Â¬ golds arc said to promote the largost flow of milk and carrots produco but-Â¬ ler but do not increase the flow while turnips make more milk but impart their flavor As a rule the farmer who carrios the most grass on his farm produces the most stock And those countries which produce the most stock per acre of land cultivated are generally the richest in agricultural resources Badger Farmer More stock enri be kept in a good condition by catting on a given amount of feed than if the same be fed whole The principal item to be considered is whether the feed saved will pay for the capital invested and the labor required It always nays whether raising chickens for market or to keep as stock on the farm to have thorn hatched oarly Fowls that grow to a fair size and can besent to market oarly will nearly always sell at a much b tier price than those sent later and pullets hatched oarly will nearly always lay during the wintor while those hatched late will often not commence laying until in the spring Asparagus The roots should be planted at intervals of twelve inches in the row the crowns from four to six inches below the surface Tlie bi spring is the jtreferable tinrc roots should be used it is not desirable to cut asparagus for the table until two full years from live planting Afterward it may be cut annually Three rows will not be too much and will take 400 dant It is frost that gradually brings stones up to the surface especially those covared with newly stirred earth Frost pone I rate deeper in such pi sees A stone lying naturally seven or eight inches deap just below the reach of the plow will rise an inch a year until it is thrown upon the surface if buried at that depth though in its original position it might have remained for ten years without appar- Â¬ ent change Â¬ Two-year-o- XEhUHIIB THE TWO STALLIONS BLUE GBASS ROUTE CENTRAL J MOIT J 1JOHN WILKES ct W T J -- JOHN FOSTER t PHIL ROBERTS -10 1 T FAIN tlt 1 Â¬ LETCHER Par J W BRIGHT Kii Â¬ -- TURNER jomg wxikes PISO AttorneyJ E T at Xaw -- i23ardr Attorney at Lara T J JF Attorney at Law POWELL FOUND J D Attorney at Law J REED MH 5 hPxb8 1 Attorney at Law mr -- d y kiss GROCERIES isi tolisou Bonds iiiPifiiiiiBiii l 1-1 - North Second Street -o gt GALT - HOUSE l l l 2F ii J npct LOUISVILLE II f n7isaz l Usuz24 and plenty of thing in my Confectioneries Canned Goods Green and Dried Fauit lhis house is Rates250 Per I rii Stricfly Bnsiness Strictly CASH GEASS AND FIELD Thi The best goods kept and sold on close margin for ilifiJJjie-MoaJUredr- dr AU81 i A trial hhM - Office jntv r I y i for Rent WHITE mZ r fb2rn f 1X1 tn i gy3mjp yrvfJM upe- - mmsiZifliZFTmrr 3perr WSJV1 WW I ECONOMY Savory Dlstie Prepared ram IUants Gsn ermlj Delfiiatl as Wmlk Tbo Instinct of economy is thoblrtn ngbt of the Crcolo mistress a legacy handed down from one genoration to another Under her supervision tie iallj- - bill of fare passes and with her awn hands alio prepares mayonnaise bisque ices coffee and Iho various dainties that grace her table With a few onions a littlo lard a quantity of cclory popper salt aRd water she wiil brew a most savory seup at a minimum of cost Tho tender stalks of the thistle when boil Â¬ ed and served with cream pravy do not astray their plebeian birth When pease are boiled the pods instead of being thrown away are cooked to to palp maskcl through a colander and served while hot with butter and pepper Pea pods and the ears of Bweot corn form a basis of a delicious The coarse onlor summer broth leaves ef lettace are cooked like Bpinaeh and are scarcely less tooth eome Lettuce leaves are also fre Â¬ quently fried in butter Nothing from a Creoles table is suffered to go to waste The fragments of moat chicken or fish left over from the noon meal will find their way to the tea table oat small well seasoaed and mixed with tomatoes rice potatoes or some ether vegetable the whole dain- Â¬ tily fried in a littlo lard or batter Bits ef vegetables unased at first cook Â¬ ing reappear in the form of delicious salads Teagh meat is well minced and then mixed with bread crumbs aad Eavery herbs relied into bevlcltes and baked or fried to a delicate brown Out of fifteen cents1 worth of fish the Creole cook will bring forth a court bouillon fully equal to that bonlHalalss whose praises Thacke Â¬ ray delighted to sing The Creek mistress is not ashamed to own her famiiarity wituthe signifi Â¬ cant reeaomles of housekeeping Few things are without possibilities in her experienced hand Pepper grass and xl best ef ether green growing things which the uninitiated designate as weeds in her hands are transformed Christian into the most savory dishes at Wwk SENATORIAL Appellation CREOLE FACTS FOR hARMERS WINTER RAILROADING LIGHT HOUSE LIFE Strp STARS AND STRIPES - FULL OF FUN JProfessi onalCords -- Smut lathe feed of horses is Inju- Â¬ rious It impairs the appetite causes weakness and wasting and in considerable amount causes diarrhoa and colic By concentrating his attention upon a single proluet or class of prod Â¬ ucts and that product favored by nat- Â¬ ure the farmer surpasses competitors in other places The radish will thrive In any good soil but to be crisp and tender must be grown quickly If a continuous supply is wante 1 make sowings cveiy ten days or two weeks Half a row planted at intervals will be sufficient Root crops supply succulent food as a help to ihe dry provender Man- Â¬ golds are said to promote the largost How of milk and carrots produce but- Â¬ ler bat do not increase the oxr while turnips make more milk but impart their flavor As a rale the farmer who carries the most grass on his farm produces the most stock And those countries which produce the most stock per acre of land cultivated are generally the richest in agricultural resources Badger Farmer More stock cnri be kept in a good condition by catting on a given amount of feed than if the same be fed whole The principal itom to be considered is whether the feed saved will pay for the capital invested and the labor required Â¬ NICKNAMES In 1 k barn and C isli Davis was one f the bst natural buys of Henderson Y Y 4dic Walthall was a lean gaunt nagaialy sort of youth and Jimmie George was his mothers own boy nnd he grew manly before his time in hav Â¬ ing te take care of her Frankie Oeokrell would not have taken the prise at the bahy show and George Vest was an andnrsize boy who was chosen to thrash any strange boy who came into town and did it Charlie Mandersen was one of the youths who Hever got left and Algy Paddock never received his full name of Alger Â¬ non until he was grown up Senater Stewart of Nevada was called Bill by bis fellows and he early dis Â¬ played his money making talent He had a better coon log than any ef the and rest the first money he made was in the sila ef oeen skins Hen Biair of New HampsUr r was a red headed boy aad his wicked fellows warmed their bauds over his head and caused him oadless treabe by telling him that be mast have Iteen oat at night for the dew had made his hair rusty And little nervous Bill Chandler was a leader aatotig his fellows Senator Payne ef Cleveland had wee as a boy in that his father owned a brickyard and Mule II in Payne had to throw rbrveks new and then And Be K goes en Blodgett of New Jersey was Rufy Blodgett in New Hampshire and tall and lean he was tilled with ambition Bill Evarts the boy stood the best in the debating societies and little Donnie Cameron ef Harrisburg was a Sen- Â¬ ators sen and was always treated welL Mattie Quay holds to his boyish name ef Mat Quay still bnl Iebam G Har- Â¬ ris was never called Jshy Coke ol Texas had a good name as a boy in Dock Cake but John Reaan never Set the nickname of Jack Daniel of Yircinia was however known as Jack DAuleL ami Kuldleberger had his first name of Harrison contracted le Harry Frank 0 Cerumter in Washington Critic -- ws Fraakie Slockbridge was I doabt net a good fellow in Maine where he the ZayR of Long Appllod to Noteil Soloni Arn chickens for market or to keop as stock on the farm to have thorn hatched early Fowls that grow to a fair size and can besent to markot early will nearly always sell at a much b ttor price than those sont later and pullets hatched early will nearly always lay during the winter while those batched late wiil often not commence laying until in the spring Asparagus The roots shoidd be planted at intervals of twclvo inches in Ihe row tlie crowns from four to six incites below the surface The spring is the preferable time roots should be used It is not desirable lo cut asparagus for the table until two full years from the planting Afterward it may be cut annually Three rows will not be too much and will take 400 jdaiits It is frost that gradually brings stones up to the surface especially those oovared with newly stirred earth Frost pon el rates deeper in such places A stone lying naturally seven or eight inches deep just below the reach of tins plow will rise an inch a year until it is thrown upon the surface if buried at that doptli though in its original osition it might have remained for ten years without appar- Â¬ ent change Two-year-o- ld It alwajs nays whether raising ADVICE TO GIRLS How to Slake Tlieir Rooms io1c Neat Tmty and Comfortable There is alwavs a neruMl in a n irls MENS SOCIAL NATURE Tha Unsociability of Ilutlneai Men la Business Hours rt EH I The social nature of the man of bus Â¬ iness may be said to lie under a cloud during basinets hours Under the press lure ef numerous and varied respen jsiWMties bis genial qialities whal ever they way be are necessarily held ln restraint Expect nothing of him when he k in harnee save the gait aad style f act km that belong to the bucinuoo coarse He is running against time and has no leisure for V I Year jder who drops in upon the buoincjn man during the harden ami heat ef the otHMUH mMl day is apt to find him gruwpv Grumpy is an epithet which the D -- nothing of the werW are rather fimd of applying to pre eeeapied men whose werkin moment are too precious to be wasted tin unnecessary ceremony Ak the untimely visitor if he was treated with incivility and he will probably --Why answer in not cxactlv whh incivility but Mr was short and abrapt in his manner and he did not even invite me loslt down Most worshipful ir whose object it is to kHI time while that of the gentle raan you were t o uncivil as lo annoy is to make the moU of it lww do yon suppose Mr would g t through his herculean dally labors if Jie were not s hort and alnnp in his questions and redics Should be ask every here who calls upon him lo sit down how many chairs do yea think lie would need in his ffic De yea imagine he would like lo transact his private business in the midst of a crowd or that if he Aoaght golden opinions from yon or sach as you by doing the agreeable when he might be doing tho profitable be weald achieve fortune or the rspct ex i ne busmen world Ilusiues men are the salt of the earth and they caa net afl rd le wa tc their savor en the idle loungers who go roaming through the community in tearrh of places lo kill Urai in X Y Ledger so oHrvetiu neat life when she craves all sorts of dainty belongings and whore she can have a room to herself it is her delight to adorn it with many pretty things It is right loo if possible a girl should have a room of her own where her privacy should be respected even by her mother Given a plain comfortable bod and a little stove for warmth the rest of the belongings can be fashioned out of very plain material I have in my recollection the memory of one fashioned in one end of the np stairs part of an unfinished house The rafters were covered with un- Â¬ bleached muslin as they burned wood and the part called the room wis cur- Â¬ tained off from the rest by curtains Now of coarse if you have com Â¬ fortable rooms this article will not be of interest to you There arc some who must make a great deal out of a little It is to them I come To go back Tim bed was plain but very comfortable and in thoc days of cheap bed coverings could be made very dainty There is nothing preltior than lo have it snow white one pair of nice szed pillows with cases upon it with only a good wide hem with some little edge upon it fastened with tapes in- Â¬ side A white spread and across the foot a scarf either of worsted or silk pateh work Dressing chairs can be made out of a discarded one fro a the other part of the bouse The legs sawed off a little ami the whole chair covered with some pretty cretonne or sateen and a cashtou for the scat of the same A box for she s and stockings made of a good sired soap box with the lid to lift ami the whole put on casters Two bags for soiled linen a large one ami a small one for collars and cuffs Tltese should only be used tem- Â¬ porarily and then removed to the laundry basket A drening case made of a dry goods box nicely paired inside and covered outside to match the chairs On this a large pin cushion a box for brush and comb and one for little trinkets a hair pin hdder and a large bottle of some kind of toilet water Oh one of the shelves inside can stand lhc bowl used for washing and when not in use it can be out of sight If as in a great many homes the water is U oughtuponly when needed nothing in the line of toilot articles will be necessary Soap always but this should be of a fine quality Tooth Â¬ brush ami nail brush also as these are quite in Ifctimsable Now for carpet I will give yoti two I have seen One was made of old fashioned oovurk ls in blue and white Another was jtfeocs of all kinds of carpet sened together in a way Bjth looked clean and Dancers of tlie IJne Described by an Ex Â¬ perienced Engineer Onr life is not ono round of pleasure at any time of ths year I can assure you but in the winter season It bo conies exceedingly hard Wo aro ex-Â¬ posed to many dangers which only tho30 who havo boon there can realize The sudden changes from heat to cold make the iron exceedingly brittlo and liable to break This rondors ex- Â¬ treme caution necessary on the part of the train mon The winter brings many other difficulties with it aside from frosty iron The strong head winds which wo encounter on many of our trips make it almost impossible to run on schedule time Oftentimes we have to face a gale which would more than counterbalance the addi- Â¬ tion of two extra passongor cars to tho train This difficulty wc of course havo to meet by putting on ex- Â¬ tra stoani and doing harder work In the winter months it requires fully one third more coal aud water than at any other time of the yoar and the handling of this gives us just so much extra work Another reason why trains are lato as a rulo during the cold months is tho liability of the tires on tho car wheels to crack and thus endanger the safety of Ihe whole train The ongincor is obliged to be very careful when start- Â¬ ing the train if the wheels are full of frost The roadbed too requires care at this time The section hands are required to give extra attention to the rails so they may be sure that each rail rests on a solid foundation otherwise when a honvily loaded train passed over it when the rail is full of frost it would break as soon as it felt the weight The section men havo also to be very careful about remov- Â¬ ing every partide of ice and other ob- Â¬ structions which accumulate on the rails at cvory crossing Unless this is done a swiftly moving train is liaÂ¬ ble to be thrown off the track by a small piece of ice or a little stone which could get between the rail and flange of the car wheeL Although lire re are many extra dangers to be met with on ths railroads in the win ter season yet by the extra of amount caution used by tlie engineers and section men the serious accidents to life and limb aro not more frequent in the winter than they are in the summer But the most dangerous time which we have to con Â¬ tend with is in the spring of the year when the frost is leaving the roadbed i At that time the rails aud ties are con- Â¬ tinually moving and have to be looked after with the greatest of care It is then that you will sae the section men constantly traveling along the line and every now and then stopping to drive a thin pies of wood or iron un- Â¬ der the rails so as lo bring it up to a levd and give it a firm resting place upon the tie With the main new in ventions for delecting trouble along the line the number of accidents on tlie railroads has been reduced to a On many of the roads the minimum rails are connected at every joint with a small wire so that there is an un- Â¬ broken circuit between signals placed at the different stations and if a rail should break the circuit is also broken and tlie danger signal is set thus warning the engineer of tha trouble Worcester ahead Mass Spy Â¬ GUARD DUTY IN LONDON Tho Sentries Who Keep IVntcli Oror St James and tlie Hank of England ing in It is so mK h more beautiful lo bow to3our eircumstiueas and make the most of what j n have aid enjoy it than lo fret Iout it or show any sense of hame when a stranger hnp jtens lo oome in and sees you as you are If it is all clean and neat it is all right I hope seme one will be able to fix ap a very a zy place for hor self CUrieiie Irving in Farm and Firctide Ami girl- - right here let mo say that nhateier make shifts you do in your ohh home there is no use of apologizing Ihem lo any one com Â¬ fr Transplanting Melons California melons of any kind can started early in hotbeds or glazed frames and transplanted by ths fol- Â¬ lowing method Take strong straw board and make broad rHgs four indies in diameter and sx inches deep Set these in tins beds dose together on ltoards fill them with fine rich soil or eomjiost and 811 Ihe plaees around them with sand or fine earth Plant the seeds one to three in cadi of these boxes and Ireat them as if they wore planted In the ordinary man nor by proper watering When the plants are large and the smsoh for out door culture arrived remove each box and set it in the open ground in a woll mannred hill not disturbing the box whidi will afford protection against cut worms if rased an inch or so and smeared with tac on the outside Aft- Â¬ er transplanting the mode of culture differs in no way from that usual in growing these fruits But it is ad Â¬ visable to shade the plnnts for a fow days afer moving them by a cover of paper nr cotton cloth vn a small f nunc 1 Timet f be I - -Stranger o eflisa bo Did yon lell the ediier theres a man down s airs what wuni to knock him down an drag him eat Ofliee boy --Yes air an he says will yon kindly slop up at once as he wants to go lo din Â¬ ner Stranger somewhat milder WoH r I dont want te take no advantage of a man with an empty stomach Tell him Til come In again TIitEpeeh ti w It i said that the man who in Tented Yolapakgot his idea from hear- Â¬ ing Bed Shirt of Ihe Wild West show trying to spoak French Tid Bils C Any one who has had the curiosity to look in at the guard room of tho Palace of St James will have been struck with the marked contrast be Â¬ tween the accommodations for the of- Â¬ ficers and that of the officers and privates The lux- Â¬ urious fittings and comfortable bed Â¬ rooms of tlie one and the cold pas- Â¬ sages and dreary walls of the other are very instructive At the officers mess those in charge f the sections of the Queens Guard and the cavalry guard come lo dine in tho evening the government allowing an annual sum oi anout jlzuvj lor lue purpose of keeping up the mess The only iluty winch these officers have to por- form is to inspect a batch of sentries once or twice during the day and to go the rounds once in the nighl the romaindor of Ihe time being passed in lounging lo andfro batwec i tho Guards Club in Pall Mali and the guaid room mess Tim rank and file have to make thom selves as comfortable as they can dur in a lonr drearv dav and nirht with two hours sentry go every four hours The QHeens Guard consists of five officers and one hundred and forty rank and file Tins is divided into three sections the St James Palace Guard consisting of throe officers four fifers and drummers three ser- Â¬ geants aud sixty nine rank and file It bear3 in its charge for twenty four hours one of the colors of the regi- Â¬ ment the Q leens colors on royal birthdays or if Mijes y is in town and the regimental colors on or-Â¬ dinary days when the Court is absent The other sections are the Backing ham Palace and Horse Guards oach consisting of an officer a bugler and about forty rank and file The pomp and circumstances attending the mounting of the guard and tho troop- Â¬ ing of the colors on the Queens birth Â¬ day are well known Oi roj al birthdays every member of the guard under the command of tho Ca ttain is allowed a sum of money to drink the health of the Prince or Princess whoo birthday it is which averages about four pence per man Oa Her Majestys birthday the sum is doubled Sach has been tho wonder- Â¬ ful manipulation of royal Princes and Princesses of late years and the cry is still they come that the sol- Â¬ diers are not without proof of bavin before long to colobrate a birthday every day in the year This is the only thing wanting barring tho ab- Â¬ surd differs tic s belweon tlie accommo- Â¬ dation for tins officers and that for the men to make life in the service of Iho Household troops as noar perfection as poor humau nature can wish for The bank picket has the finest time of it though This extraordinary gnard takes up its quarters inside tho Bank of England every ovening at seven odock all the year round re-Â¬ maining there until seven tlie next morning It is an oflieersguard aud consists of a drummer two sergeants ami over thirty men Each man re-Â¬ ceives a shilling from tho bank author- Â¬ ities immediately on his arrival a ser- Â¬ geants share being two shillings The officer is allowed a dinner laid for two with three bottles of wine and is permitted lo invito a friend The guard is comfortably housed each man being served out with a watch coat and blanket Sentries are potted during the night at the bullion house and counting house parlor This is a vast improvement on St James Pal Â¬ ace but then those who pay tlie pipor choose tho tunc which makes all tho differences Modern Society The Story or Their Origin as Told In Baa set Coxs Uook plies to the Keepers Thero is ono romance connecting I know at least ono man in this country who is ablo to livo cheaply America with tho Orient and roligion and got paid for doing it all because with patriotism which should bo re- Â¬ ho lives wliero tho cost of getting his corded It involves tho Star Span- Â¬ I warn my roador that food fuel and light to him is about gled Banucr fivo timos as much as the original cost with this sedate subject of roligion I of tho supplies themsolvcs and ho am about to associate a patriotic inci- Â¬ livos not more than thirty miles from dent Tlio Washington family has Boston at that said tho captain of a been traced back to tho time of tho Norman Conquest and to tho north of Tosscl in the costwiee trado between Me New York and Portland It Hnmber Tho princely soo of Durham seems quoor that a man can got along had a prolate who was a feudatory of Ho was a warrior more economically on account of the tho Conqueror high cost of getting snpplios to his priest and had many foudntorios under home than ho could if tho cost wcro him Among tho rest was tho knightly less don tit But its a fact all the William D Hortbtirn who in ex- Â¬ Bamc For instance aton of coal costs changing his villago of Horlburn for about 6 in Boston If it costs no tho Manor of Wossynton gavo not more than 6 to lay it down in this only tho first recorded link in tho fam- Â¬ mans bin ho would havo lo pay for ily but tho immortal name of Wash- Â¬ further west both coal and dolivory and his coal ington Tlie Ottoman dynasty had risen to a would stand him 12 for every ton with his formidable power and Richard tho The same in proportion beef and his pork and his potatoes and Lion Hearted had pawned his patri- Â¬ his flour and his oiL But just because mony for a crnsado and had boon im- Â¬ it costs in the neighborhood of S30 a prisoned on the shores of tho Bos ton to ctrry his coal from Boston phorus Iho story of the Plnntagonets to his bins and corresponding had beon played before tho world prices for his othor supplies he statoly and warlike scenes in tho west gets the whole businoss for noth- Â¬ nnd cast had como and gone and tho ing His flour he gets free and his name of Da Wossynton nftor illustrat- Â¬ beef and his ork and his potatoos ing many heroic qualities had died and his oik as well as his coaL Tho out from the chivalric rolls ot Durham entire outfit dont cost him a cent and but it was preserved in tho cloister by he gctB miy be SI 000 a year for stay- Â¬ n doughty abbott Tho stock was di Â¬ ing where he is and receiving tho vided into various branches Itwas scattered over Eigland About tho annual donations It will bo quoor now if you aint time the great grandson of tho con- Â¬ thinking to yourself that this man I queror of Constantinople Suleiman am speaking of has a soft snap Well tho Magnifcent had raised his roalm may bo ho has He is a light houso to its acme of fame ono of tho Wash Ho lives on a big rock at ingtons Laurence was practicing law keeper Cape Ann No seagoing vessel can at Grays inn When tho Sultan Ibra- Â¬ Cot within aquarter of n milo of his him was trying lo foil tho Intriguos of home No loaded boat can roach his tho eunuchs Colonel Honry Washing- Â¬ abiding place in safely To got a ton ton was defonding tho city of Wor- Â¬ of coal lo his bin which is perched on cester for King Charles against Crom Ihe rocks above high water mark it wolL Happily for America England must first be shipped from Boston to became uncomfortable for the cavaliers as near tho light houso as the vessel who had fought for tho Stuarts and tho brothers John and Andrew can approach The coal is in bags and these are placed in small boats Washington emigrated to loyal old John settled noar tho and taken to tho edge of tho shoal Virginia His grandson Auguslino water insido of which they daro not Potoninc ontor Tho bags aro then carried was born there Thore he lived mar Â¬ ashore on the backs of the crew who ried and died O his sons George wado aslioro through tho shoals was tho oldest But as Iho genealogy clamber up the rocks with their shows although ho was out of tho di- Â¬ and empty tho burdons coal rect line he had inherited tho stamina in tho light houso bin The of tho stock What of all this now and othor bulky supplies aro delivered bore Thore is a iother Georgo Wash Â¬ to tho Capo Ann light keeper in ington living at Constantinople Ho is tho chaplain of tho British legation tho same way and tho Government pays tho expense May bo ho has a and by no mcaus mute if not so soft snap but Id rather be on my glorious as his AniTican namesake vessel tossing and pitching on the Ho is in tho direct lino from tho heaviest sea that his light evor shono De Wessyntons of tho Conquest In out upon than to bo firmly grounded his hooping is Iho crest of the family on that Cape Ann rock like ho is What is the romance to which I have adverted Nothing less than tho in Â¬ Wouldnt you But this man isnt the only ono comparable growth of a gr at Western tho Government snpplios with tree nation directed moderated onorgized and inspired by a descendant of tho coal light and rations at its light housos Whenever the keepers arc martial aud priestly family whose located at stations where Iho cost of sock is noted in tho stalwart folk ol Northumberland and whoso branches carriage exceeds the cost of supplies they are provided free but whore tho aro as widely apart as B sphorus and Rev Gsot jje Washing cost of delivery does not exceed tho tho Potomac ton is an accomplished genllomnn and price of the goods the keopor is com pelcd lo pay for boh Thats a queer scholar ILi is quite friendly to Amer- Â¬ rule but Government has manjl a icans as of course ho should be queer way of doing things At ali of I can not refrain from Inserting here the barren rock liht lionscs like a little note which he sent to my wife It contained his own card and doubt- Â¬ Capo Ann Miuots Led go and olhprs the koepers have oven lo be supplied less the arms on that card as has with fresh water from the points o i beon often siirmi etl if not provon the main land They collect a jrreat gave the fust idea of the American deal from rains in cisterns and tanks fo uii ujtmiiou jJdimui Tera January 19 lfS but in most eases it is not sufficient Mrs Cnx It might interest Mr Cox for the needs of the keepers and tho toDearthese quartering of which I was speak Â¬ see supply from abroad must be regular Â¬ ing to you the other evening You see the stars and stripes are there I have always ly takon to them in matter what the story mentoned to you was cost or tlie difficulties are in getting heard that the That Icasting correct vz about for a flag AT Y Suh it there when IndcpoiHlence had been declared the Difficulties In the Way or Gettln Tho air brako is a groat thing In ATwilkcT Smith D D S ihiscountiy When tho mercury drops fifty dogreos it needs something of OFFICE Main street two doors that kind lo soften tho falL Para above Hccond june22 tf graplier Wo vo got First Chicago Child C MORGAN D D S Second C a new baby at our house ntnVjpuy BLUB GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Jioule FROM fHE TWO SMLLICKS MONT BLUfi STANDARD KENTUCKY contompiuously Thats noth- Â¬ iSrOFFICE Mam street over Madi Â¬ Wovo got a now papa at ours TO ALL POINTS son National Bank Richmond Ky Boston Courier June 22 tf Economy is wealth but tho North East West and Southwest roo3t economical person yet hoard of M POYNTZ DR Is a shoo doalcr in a small town in AND SURGEON M who stops his clock when he PHYSICIAN BETWEEN closes his store at night in order to OFFICE Second street next to june22if Lexington and Cincinnati save time Boston Budget White Drug Btore What in Iho world aro Boggs you going to do with that piano Schedule in Effect Jan 29th 1883 EVANS M D G Going to chop it up into Spoggs AND SURGEON firewood nnd save on the coal bill I PHYSICIAN No S No 4 No 2 SOUTH BOUND Ex Han Dally Er Snn find it pays to practice a littlo econ- Â¬ OFFICE Kecond street omy these hard times Buffalo Drift jane22tf C J ing CENTRAL J JOHN WILKES Will make the season of SS at the iaVt Travnor 1 miles Richmond on the Irvine turn me mont Blucher will stand at 35 to ins- a livinjj colt and John Wilkes at jr Cl4t with usual privilege of return in Sa u mare is not parted with Almont Blucher Standard ret J 349 trial on slow J mile track 2 3 i full brother to First Call 2Jt J Almcnt Blucher is a seal bro rn foij Majr 20th 1SS0 has dfce white fcot ber J and one in front 15 hands high i j weighs 1100 pounds when in stud co tion Sired by Athlete sire of Fint CC Isaac G 226 Athel 2 ycar olj 22 2 36 Mabel 4 235 Athlone year old 246 Geneva Maidijearoi 2 44 3 2140 May Josephine and Man others that are r cart Athlete b Almont 33 b A zander Abdallah 15 by Rvsdvks Hamblciaa of McKec W With compliments to plague her For twas not safe to venture near Tho castle ot Macgregor O not a maiden far or near On either side the water Could eer compare in loveliness With old Macgregors daughter Yet not a lover dared to come DR T J TAYLOR In Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Secotid streetover Dykes juue22t Grocery Store Practitioner falmoatti Arr farm Arr LeilDKton LYC Lve Covington Lve Cynthlana tocoj 1105 experience meet Â¬ In a Boston ing a colored woman aro3o and DR JOHN M FOSTER spoke as follows I thank tho Lord MAIN STREET for what He has dono for inc He is Next Door to Ltixone Up Stairs always good to mo Ha has always blessed me I am ihirty sovcn years Residence at Willis House une22tf old and havo buried threo husbands They were all bad men and bless the ROBERTS DR Lord Ho took all of them away Offers his professional services to the Miss Do Society O mother public such news Tho Olafams havo lost all Office In drug store on lower Mala jjly27 ly thoir money nnd their head dish- Â¬ Street Richmond Ky washer has fallen heir to a fortune How fortunate wo Mrs Do Society DR U C AMBROSE heard of it in time When wo call at tho Olafam residence this afternoon FORD KY we must remember to go around to Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the aftho back door Omaha World Tho advertising signs on the plat- Â¬ ternoon22 tf June Lve 1arln Arr Winchester Arr Richmond Arr Lancaster Arr Stanford Lve Klclimonil Arr Bcrea Arr Livingston NORTH BOUND Lve Livingston Lve I3erea Arr Klehmnnd Lve HUlllforU Lve Lancaster Arr Richmond Lve Richmond Arr Winchester Arr Parm Lve Lexlugton Lve rum- Lve Cynthlana Lve Falmouth Arr Covington an am am 1140 am 1230pm 1150 am 1235 pm 3 200 510 600 205 320 pm pm pm p ro pm 5 pm 825 pm 200 pm Pm 328 pm 430 pm ICC50 pm 510 pm 1130 pm 610 pm 1055 Pm 520 pin 1115 pm 6C05 pm 720 pm 1024 Pm -- i 1 No 3 800 am 2foL No 5 PHIL 1025 am 1145 am Â¬ 720 810 1100 130 225 325 300 340 406 451 600 am am pm pm pm am 645 am T tt 820 am 10 pm pm pm pm pm 725 am 3x pm 830 am 350 pm 859 am 430 pm m 525 pm 1003 1135 am 650pm forms of the Brooklyn Elevated rail-Â¬ MAYSVILLE branch No 11 No 9 Dally Dully Ex Sun Ex Sun 725 825 85a 916 1010 1045 MUCH MONEY WASTED nr Description or an Expensive lint MlsecU strutted IVmltrj- - Ifuuso I recently saw on a gentlemans es- Â¬ tate an cxiieiisivc nonltrv house just ready for occupancy It stands on a gentle slotw of naturally drained soil of the very best quality for a potil i try run a id sndi as not more than one poultry man in a thousand can I finl upon his premises Bit instead of giving the fowls tho bculit of a bet tor natural floor than all the skill of man has ever devised the house is set on posts from ono to three foot above the ground and provided with a plank floor Of coin so tho house can never be so warm in cold weather nor so cool in warm weather as if built on the giouud without tho floor Besies there are othor disad- Â¬ vantages from this construction too numerous for mention now There is a great doal more glass in tho sunuy side than is hi any mannor conducivo to good result There may not be sufficient hat from the sun at any time in the winter to produce any ill effect of itself but tho large surface of g ass causes a rapid cooling of the air within tho house as soon as tho sun leaves it and the dif- Â¬ ference in toniperature betwoen mid Â¬ day and the next morning must always bo very great often in bright cold weather so much as sixty to eighty dogreos A tall window always cools off an apartment a good donl more rapidly than a low one because in the first place it comes in contact with tho higher and warmer part of tho inclosed air which in the casa of the low windows remains unaffected to a vorv considornbla extent and in Iho second place by contact with a higher vertical column of tho air It cools it more rapidly and causes a stronger and heavhr descending cur- Â¬ rent along its face which is main- Â¬ tained by a steady infiiiving of tho warmer air of tlie interior of tho apart Â¬ I Americans thought that they could not do better than take their Generals family quart erlnfrs as a fouodat on Hence the stars and stripes With kind regards behove me yours very truly Geohoe Washikoton for an honest man to go out of busi- Â¬ noss Burdclte Pipa said a beautiful girl I found several cigars scattered about tho front yard this morning Did yoii No they dont belong drop them to me responded the old man Shortly aftcryoung Simpson left you last night I thought I hoard a noise outside and I shouldnt bo surprised if Nero hail beon shaking him for tho cigars Evidently tho dog won N Y Sim Heres a box addressed to you said the wife of a pro uinont man I dont think youd better open it though What shall wo do with it Ill toll you well take it out and got the hired girl to opon it She has lit the fire throe times with kcrosono this week nnd I dont think Wash- Â¬ that dynamite will hurt her ington Critic They were riding in a bus from the station to the hotol at Glovcrsville in Ibis Stale In this little town said he thoy maki all tho gloves Almost everybody is cmnloyed at that trade Indeed I didnt know Why tho name ought to tell that To bo sure you Glovcrsville And I suppose they maki tights in road led to a funny incident the other W T SEXSMITU M D NORTH BOUND evening As a train was slowing up PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON a lady asked a man near her tho name WHITE HALL KY Ho looked out of tho of the station Lve Covington- Lexington window and then replied slowly Offers his professional services to the Pari Well aug17 lyr Arr Mlllerubnrg madam I aint quite suro public Carlisle whether it is Ctstoria or Cirboline Jolinnon Maynvllle DR T J FAIN Your father is looking very bad said tho teacher has he failed CITY KY UNION SOUTH BOUND in business again No not quite Offers his professional services to replied the smart bad boy tho cred- Â¬ itors got onto him this timo nnd ho the public Lve Mayfcvllle Office at Powell Parrishs Johnson had to pay eighty four cents on tho Aug 17 tf Carl tele dollar It broke him up so that he Mlllenburg Arr says tho world has grown to bo so all Lexington M C Heath J F Coknelison killin mean theres no inducement Covington -- am am am am am am 200 425 520 547 612 705 740 pm pm pm pm pm pm pm No 10 No 12 Dally Dally Ex Han Ex Sun 555 630 724 748 815 915 1135 M M Lexington Soo p m ar- Â¬ rives Paris 843 p m Practicing Physicians No 8 leaves Covington 450 p m ar- Â¬ KENTUCKY RICHMOND rives Falmouth 630 p m offer tlieir professional service to the No 7 leaves Falmouth 600 a m arrives 4Jmily public Covington 800 a m Daily Except Sunday NOTE Trains 3 and 4 are dally between DR GILES HARRIS Winchester Lexington and Cincinnati other irnin mo unuy except annuity Direct connection In made at Winchester WACO KY with Chesapeake nnd Ohio for MU Sterling Ashlnud Huntington Charleston W Vu Oilers his professional aervices to the and Eaatern Iltlen jan4tf public FAST LINE No 3 and 4 run via Wln che8terfcoIld Train with Pullman Sleeping Cam netweeu Cincinnati and Richmond Va and Winchester and Washington I C DR S M Through Ticket and Bazguge Checked to any destination reached by a railroad PHYSICIAN AND 8URGEON For full particulars address or call on any agent of the Company or RICHMOND KENTUCKY 8 F MORSE E It BACON Oen Pao r AgL Trav Fassr Agt Office on First Street janly Covington Ky Lexington Ky H E HUNTINGTON F B CARR Agt Genl Manager Richmond Ky M D H Ueneral Offices Covington Ky 15 leaves HEATH C0RNELIS0N am 1250 pm am 125 pm am 219 pm am 243 pm a m 310 p m am 610 pm am 00 pm No LETCHER a W BRIGHT PHYSICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street next door to Whites Drug Store Special attention given to Microscop- Â¬ ical and Chemical examination of tissues aud fluids of the human body Beit Coosa Syrup TutMgood Cm m uzse Boia dt artunnxis CU3S WHEBE III f LSI 111S T4liiSJftBiTiisaia 1 believo Pisos Cure for Consumption saved mr life A II Dowra Editor Enquirer Eden ton N C April 23 18S7 Almont Bhtchcrs utd m Lady Bjcht dam of First Call 22 bv Richirii Bellfoundcr No 63 and sire of Wcstc s Gill 237 and the dams of ten y troten Lad Blucher i a remarkable speed pr She has produced seven f i ducer and all of them show a high rate of ppctJ but two have had a das traini 1 m 1 very fast road mare herself Hen Richards Belifounder b Hungerfordj by Blucher by Duroc Blucher was ou of Young Millers Damsel by HamiIcoran by Messenger Almont Bluchers 2nd dam PoKj tj Vermont Bo son of Hills BIac Hawi sire of Ethan Allen 2725 Lancet 2 i Young America 2723 etc 3rd diss 1 thoroughbred Almont Bhicher is a very handiouie ini perfect horse promises to be a sire of and speed his produce are large and C with perfect legs and feet and show a zz turn of speed with excellent disfosuori Three of Bluchers produce have bees worked some little for speed Speediror Tickler and the West fill All of then could beat 3 minutes in their 2 jear cij form and were handled very I ghVy at yearlings and Specdraont could go t mile in 115 with ease the other two wr their mile in 242 and 43 and Tickler o J or T3oo cash Others of his produce are good all of which are from common eJ mares Almont Blucher has trocJ 3 races and never lost a heat with lets an He is a troter ard 3 months training his colts as well as his breeding prove il he will transmit the same quality II 1 sire Athlete transmits speed ins dan Lad Blucher transmits speed Alrnsn 33 his grand sire transmits speed hij g sire Alexanders Abdallah tramrru speed his g g g sire Rysdyks Hamble tonian transmits speed so there s rc 1 mitsing link Almont Blucher is a show horse as we as a trotter having been shorn eg1 times and got six 1st premiums and zi ii sc -- twice ruuville He was Tho quarlerings icferred to arc a shiold willi ihrco stats at tho top and the stripes below running across the shield Abntc the shiold aro tho head and wings of an eagle rising from a crown and below it the motto In cruco B low all is tho name rlorinr George Washington Memoirs of a DipIo imL the end of iv ry act Thrco acts had been played and threo times had ho RICHMOND KY scraped by and trodden on tho feet of Special attention given to abstracting his neighbors At the end of the- titles to hinds in Eastern Kentucky fourth act as ho wont crashing Office in Climax building S E through tho narrow space a lady Corner Muln and Second Streets up in tho aisle scat said in her most dulcet stairs June -- 1 tf tones Str I trust I do not In corn mod o you by sitting here Detroit BURNAM Free Press - Mirror dotcrmned lo go out at iV Y TURNER PARRISH Attorneys At Law JOHIff WILKES B Red Wilkes sire of 13 with recTU from 216 to 230 1st dam by Mat Harden by Mambrino Patchen then re of thirt two sons and the sire of th rty vd performers and his mares have prod cd twenty five performers jn 230 o- - bete- and sire from 215 to 219 Mambrino Patchen have sired tie dans PISO The best Cough Medi- Â¬ cine is Pisos Cork jos CossTJxmojT Children take it without objection By all druggists 25c IfifjHa CUKES WHESE 111 F1SF JIBS Best Conga Sxrup Taste rood CJ9 ui uurn ooia UTOrcffZlelS Soof HISTORICAL RELICS GREAT Victories COMMANDhRS Won by the Personal of u Teitlor Attorney at Law 22 It E T N I An unfortunate Maine baby that happened to be born on the day of her grandparents golden wedding was named Anna Veriarv A reduced gentlewoman lit New York earns her living liy superintend ins fiovJeei dinner rtvtlcr k An old white horse that had served many yonrs in hauling street cars was led along the street the other day by a little bey In Wj andotte Ka Every time a cable cir slopped the animal would jump in frout of it and only by force ho coul I be induced to got out of tha way When the cars glldod on without horses ho appeared g really puzsIciL lllsturuiil Sucletr The rooms of tho Now York II s torical Society contain man relics of old New York whose value can not be estimated in money For nearly a contnry the society has been engaged in this work and tho frniis of its lnboi are well worthy of tho time expended Among the most noted obj cts in tho collection arc ovr 1000 paintings in the Flemish an I Ditch school of art There arc alsoDiteh tile mautolpioccs belonging to the ISsekman family and forming part of thiir housos before tho lower part of the city had lo give way to Iho demands of commerce standing side by side with valuable marbtos ft-- un Nineveh Ilerj may be found many other relics of old New York in the shape of Ditch bricks and stones which onco graced tha man- Â¬ sions of many historic pewonagos A quaint looking cl ck formerly stood in Iho Btnk of Now York Wall street nnd of on decided tho commoroial fato of mercha ils who had notes 1 moot It still licks in its old methodical way In the library of over 00000 rare volumes may bo found curly works on tho history and geography of the country nnd a Dutch liiule printed in 1477 The tons of pamphlets and manuscript documents owned by Iho society havo been found invaluable in sotlling many disputed questions of this city and vicinity Among these are tho histories as far ment as can bo ascertained of all tho dead In a clear cold dav whou tho sun lying in Trinity Clmrchyar I A water leaves tho window there may be as color painting of tho inlorior of tho mnch as eighty to ninety degreos Prk Thoatcr in 1822 is a study All difference batween tho insido and out- Â¬ the faces represented are warranted side temperature Half an hour later to be raits of prnminout persons with proper appliances three currants living pir that time and present at on tho of air may be easily detected in the occasion represented Tho coppor apartment a lop current toward tho globe of Ulpins made in 1542 giving window a downward current extend Â¬ the coast linos of this continent has ing a littlo way into tho room from been found of groat vnluo to geogra Â¬ tho window but strongest next it phers It was purchased from a junk and a bottom current away from the dealer who had bought it for old window No flock of fowls which copper Perhaps Ihoro is nothitig such a house can accommodate can much more interesting lo a generate heat enough lo counteract than tho gront Egyptian visitor col- Â¬ tho chilling influence of tho windows lections presented by Dr Henry Ab- Â¬ Experience shows that a window ex-Â¬ bott whoso features aro among tho tending across ihe sunny front of tho most striking in tho gallory ofpor house not more than two foot tall and traits Against tho sholvos containing placed as near the ground as will works on American history rest permit ths sun lo shine in mid Â¬ many anliqnilies of Egypt a curious winter well across the floor gives tho juxtaposition tho oldest known na-Â¬ host result in ovory respoet and at all tion side by sido with tho youngest seasons A houso thus glazsdis warm Â¬ In this collection aro about 2000 curi- Â¬ er in winter and cooler in summer osities Tho Apis or mummified bulls than any higher arrangement for light aro tho finest specimens in tho world I havo a house thus nn anged which 5s yet thoy aro almost as much hiddon always comfortable Tho coldest night to day as they wore when first sent to last wintor the thermometer outside this country Tourists who havo had tho door marking twenty dogreos bo tho good fortuno to visit this collec- Â¬ low the oggs left i the nosts ovor tion assert that it is the best night wore un chilled and the only varied to bo soon anywhere and most thing in the house which showed any tho books in tho library aro AmongÂ¬ tho fa oirect of the cold was somo milk In a mous collections of Kov Dr Hawks nirrow iron dish attadied to Iho Avail complcto works on American history in the coldest part of tho home about from the libraries of Dj Piystor Wil three feet from the window At six kins Morris aid others tho Spanish oclock in the morning that was frozen collection of Buckingham Smith over but so slightly that I easily work from tho earliest thrust my finger through it Tho rem Â¬ I limes and all works of American his nants of chopped vegeiabb s in another tory published by cither tho city or part of ihe houte showed no signs of State Oher libraries may contain fret zing If the simo window had mora assorted and varlol collection a of bjen placed n xi the ceiling cvory books but there Is none in tho coun f iwl in the hou e would qniio proba Â¬ try so historically tnluablo as that be Â¬ bly havo had a fn n comb O 3 longing to this sodetv N T Mail Elist in 2f Y Trxlmc and Express 1 Some or Tii4o Otrnntl by tlie Now York OIt n While lo make a groat captain all tho mental and physical qualities must exist in tho greatest posublo strength vnritios of theso in com- Â¬ bination to a great r or lcs3 degree have boen po Hcsscd by Generals of less or greater repute in tho worlds history and numb r nnd intensity of these qualities in the combination give tho Gjncrnl his rolativo place in tho list of great soldiers Somo Generals aro only brilliant upon tho battle- Â¬ field and smiC oven only in particular phasos of a batilo though thoy may possois certain qualities of a great leader to an extent which amounts in its way loan exhibition of genius as groat as any great captain has ever shown Tho particular quality which male Napoleon soizo the colors and incito his troops to follow him at tho bridge of Areola is well worthy of attention as being at timos a most important factor in a battle Alexander and Henri f Navarre wcro loaders whose persona power on tho battle field may bo said to havo diroctly influenced ninny of thoir victories Many of Napoleons limtciiants hail thin in- Â¬ stinct of leadership Lannes and Mas sena to an ominontdogrce Washing- Â¬ ton showed it in lhc power of his per- Â¬ sonal presence to change a retreat into an attack and Scott mado a brilliant display of it at tho bxttlo of L indys Lane Tho civil war shows but littlo of this divini gift Goncral C F Smith may bo said to havo had tho genius of battle highly developed in him as was conspicuously shown at tho baltlo of Fort Donclson It is not always given to gouins to succeed in thoso efforts Napoleon failed at tho bridge of Arcida though it is possible that the desparatj fighting around his person on the causeway kept tho enemy closely employed until another force had taken tho town in the rear and ihar therefore his not secured his groat victory General Baldy Smith in Aorlh American Beview lner RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R OFFICE with L F narn 011 First Street June Rur iFa1 11 3 si aw J Attorney at Xaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE ou Find street same as formerly occupied by County Judge Miller oct6 ly J A SULLIVAN IKflralfliaMfgT3MGl Gni tnar7 Attorney at C S T J SCOTT Xaaw RICHMOND KY Office on Second Street June 22 tf has revolutionized the uuuug IUD IJUt 1 111 in itin nan ceutury Not least Office on Second Street June 22 if S me wonaera inventive progress is a method aand system - or or m vnrlr flint yw K jjcuriucu nit over tne -eparBtlni A J the workers t0it v3pay liberal any one can from thlr homes do h HfStk sex young or old no speelal ability required Capital not needed yon aro started free Cut this out and return Will practice in Madlson and adjoining to us mid we will send yon rree coineihing Importance to yon counties ana In the Court of Apieal SfiRtSUJrauen you In business which will that Office in Master Commissioners away nre noney rightGrand than burnt any tlilmtelie In tlie world office over Circuit Clerks office outnt free Add esj True fa Augusta Maine June 22 tf nov lv T 111 Attorney atKYLaw RICHMOND REED POWELL Horses handled at reasonaie For S47G0 a first class round trip ticket price but no responsibility for accidenJ good tor 90 days with stop over privileges caa be obtained from St Paul to Great Falls Mon- Â¬ or escapes tana the coming mannfactnrlnj centre ol the McKEETRAYNOR mart43m m OnlvtSdou DrthTrrst n a srtmm Eaint Pan re torn and uctionsBVS points uiun east andT soma Sates correspondingly as low trill be named to points la Minnesota and Da kota or npon Puget Bound and the toast For further particulars addreM Pacific H K Topper District Pnssencer Ag nt 233 South -- AT THE Hark Street Chicago IIL or C H Waaxx General Passeaser Agent ot Pad Minn LOW TOURIST RATES of Silveron 2lqJ Charle P z 2 Ea two years 233 Lennie two rears 3 33 Orphia 227 Luhi Patchen Vse ears 237 Dynamite 228 Lirne 39K c-- Second dam by Gills son of Bonner Bo 1 223 arid r the dams of the King 229 Gambeta Wilkes 226 and a number of others John Wilkes is 16 hands high a beau ful bay with two white feet behind r heavy mane and tail and as a show Lone has taken premiums at RichnonJ S Louis and ever place where he was shown rtma FOUND CASH GROCERY OF- HOUSE ui - w Attorney at Law ehr D Y KES ON Hill tf Co Bonds TU llfeli1iIM U21st-L71 l North Second Street A full aud complete stock of The Bonds isrued in payment of ub scription of Madison county to Louisville and Nashville Railroad due in February April July and October 18S7 jind i8S will be paid on maturity at the Madison National Bank Richmond Ky Ti aia - - s 111 iUUCUll lttiriiia i I 11 71 81 Ihalll z 1 -- 1 jciti J CD CHENAULTCom ftr 5617 Ijr3 1 -- ai vr utr tj uism 11 si s 4 S S 10 II CiU 14 IS IS 17 IS is --n fi - i LC H I8 fellil25 5T 8 fl la IS IS IT x a 11 111 -- -k r it 14 -- n 1 an vi 1 I STAPLE AND FANCY toM 12 it 8 7 Slll U14 WIS 1711S llTT1 TT -- 5827 I 2 SI 4 A GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned Goods Green and Dried Fruit - t i it r 1 2SaJl A GALT -- - HOUSE Id 11 t i u oas i7i is it --aon is - nzuxz S ft I l ll A I Oct S3ffi - slaiilrsu 10 1212 14 18 17 IS M 20 21 2S n Hi ft 1 iv IJ LOUISVILLE KY foi I aUCcSpaas l hi it iiii 2021 - M 21 tn la m 2-- 1 S 7i ill o iniii11 41 S aW I A lllll IS 11 IS lsh 2J2i b28 272Sa0J 13 III 3n ll n 1 2 1 4 U 81 7 si 141818 1718 1120 21 22 23 242328 271 s 8 7l 1 8 1 S10 3J ZIiZS 2 18 Story of a Diamond A story is of the suddon appearance of a former residont with n largo diamond and an ambition equally glittering to marry a former sweothtmrr if ho could Ho had been to Australia mado a pile and was coming back to stay long enough lo get a wife givo her tho dia- Â¬ mond marry her and take her Dack there Unfortunately the girl of his choico was engaged and about to marry Tho Australian went sadly away without having shown his dia Â¬ mond and in a day or two ho gave it to another old acquaintance Then ho called upon tho lady of his choico to bid her good bye and sho told him that sho had been thiuking tho matter ovor and had found that sho loved him better than sho lovod tho man to whom sho was engaged Back went tho young man to tho girl to whom ho had mado a presont of his diamond nnd persuaded her to givo it to him and to lako Its worth in money or in another jewcL Ho thon look Ihe dia Â¬ mond to iho girl for whom It was in leaded and sho becamo his wife and thoy havo anllnd for Australia K Y Bwu The Largest and Finest Hotel in the city told in Brooklyn socioty I7iisism 91 S4SSI2782 10 11 liunu T---t ui mi7lSM20 21r3 fel242J2S2r2S2 J alii 111 ia in v and plenty of every thing in my line This house is it Rates250 to 4 Per Day oci26 According to rooms Turkish and Russian Batlu in Ilotel iff not new ly Rewarded are those who read un iney will honorable employment iiiaiwiii not in Ke them from their homes and families The RTCH1 J Pu uin HhrK Sin Bnsine ss Basis iniorma- LfiLln5ntreelve Un Largest and most complete stock in tTm 1 1 and onwards wherever fti 3 Central Kcntuclyr Our motto mneu jree capital not Best required Some have s1made over ISO In a Goods and Lowest Consistent Prices u ceeu nov sa ly P CARROLL 77 and 79 W Main St janti iv Lexington Ky GRASS AND FIELD SEE IDS or old cap I needed we start ETerythlne No special ability1 required Ton reader can II as well as any onV tfnto nU Particulars which w Mainly Audress Portland nov 30 ly Strictly CASH tt0ncefr of DEEP iorms but are surpassed bywuo the marvl of aW1 can r lnn mLTS snoum at Sj elr0dreM FoHallett 4 Co Port ind ikT S Sea Wonders exist In thousands nii irvM- The hest goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cashGIVE THIS HOUSE - - A Jan4U TRIAS 111 CAItltlAGE KEPAIRItfG- - Office for Rent Front room Over Whites Drujr Store for rent Apply to JatMttf W G WHITE The old friends of Lon Smith whn new locations or ItrntimeM need any Carriage Repairing cau find monthly excursions hare bwa arrsneJs5 DSl t hm Tn th wt him at L O ficbmldte old eland ana Mlsaesota Tickets n all wttrtta taa fir where he ia prepared to do all 3Udars for macs and tartbespsraenWjf Culriage Repalrlujf Painting kinds of dress C M Tum a k c ucnsrai rasstogsc ftb292m wm ni jtW nor CHEAP EXCURSIONS S5 s