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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- JW5I Sls35pwws -- j Wrmtt - 3ffmci Timag pe VAN y-J 5 -- -- ri4 -- h il I -- - - - 3TsFa5a I G3 iO v j O aga - -f---- ii i EwL WJ I -- I I J 1 If 3sr3rsTes NUMBER I 45 ViT V VOLUME THE RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY APRIL 25 1888 faollities tlionat for handling nil froiithls 4lh At the same time that each one hundred ml twenty live Ihiwsand dolInrM f mhl bonds are delivered to said Railroad Company the caid trus Â¬ tee or Tmst Company shall deliver to the County Judge of Madison coun ty a corresponding amount of said Uallrod Oimpunys cupiinl Mock to lie ouneil ami held for the uve and lenerlt of Mndian county and any dividends declared on said stock Miail be applied towards the payment of the intent Iu 5id bond utnil the same arcexiiiigui heil SId Ituilroud conipaii3 Bhall beiu work upou its said line iu Madleou county within fix mouths irom the date of the yuteeription made by said county to said Kail road Company and Mudl comiIIe its to the city of Richmond within two years after wild period of sis month and shall com dete its road from Richmond to its terminus at or near Beat ville within four years Irom the dale of wtid sub scription If either of the condition as to time is not complied with f aid trustee or Trust Company shall not deliver In i aid Railroad Company the amount of hotels dependent upon the completion of the cirreonding part of the load and iu Ci e mid Railroad Company frfils to comply with either of said coiHlitio tu to time the said trustee or Trust Company i liall de- Â¬ liver the correimudiiiK amount of mid ImiihIs back to th County Judge to be destroy td And said Comiun agrees that said line of road shall be continued lo 1h nerated as completed Before said tritee or shall deliver any or said bunds to said RulSrtd Company the Inter Â¬ est coupon that have then m itured shall be cut of ami destroyed and if any of said coooiis have jwrtiully matured said liutee or Trust Com wuy shall enter credit thereon for the part that has matured before de Â¬ livering the same Ami ri ill Railroad Company agrees that the subscription need not be made for Madi on county until thirty d have elapsed after aid election on gnil mihimiiv agrees that it will furnish stillieient cais to trna port cKtl to any of its deinits iu MadUou ctHiuty from any muit on its line or extension thereif at not exceeding three cents per buhel of seventy six pound and that it will furnish suff- Â¬ icient cars to trauxtmrl lumber iron iud stone from any Miint on its line or extension thereof to any ot its slnlious in Madixiu county at not exceeding four 4 cents per hundred iHiuuds and slack coal at not exceeding 1000 ier oar of 35000 pounds and fuither agrees that there shall lie 110 dNcrimi tion against freights destined lo orig- Â¬ inating at any of lis stations in Mad Â¬ ison county and if it shall violate any mrt of this agreement the person injured thereby shall have a right of action agaim t tlie company therefor ami any judgment so obtained shall he a lien prior lo any incumbrance that may hereafter be placed upou tlie road and this rinKiny further agree that they will not employ convict labor iu building said road throughout MadWiiu county IX MEMOIIIAM XICiIOLASVlLLE lit- RICHMOND MNE AM BEATTYV1LLE HAIL- KUAD PROPOSITION bTATK OF KBXTCCKV The Library Magazine J April Trrui April 5th 1SSS appeared by Counsel In Tlis day pj lii Court nvre than fifty of the resi Â¬ payers of Madison rtiHliity dent Rijd presented their written applion ti n Mgnetl by lliem requesting that the q letfion d subscribing Iu behalf c f Mailin coHHly for twenty five hundred t hares of the capital stock of Irvine ti e Kidiiuiiiil STieholaMVille I5iait3ViIle Railroad Company be pl mtted to the vHe f the legal trs ol s aid oooHty ttpmi the terms in fcakl contained an I cliuhiHHis nil mg tlie election to be held on the f April 1SSS Said applica IS I day ti i leitlofore lodged in the Clerkfa Of t r is now onlered ti be filed ami upon the records of this court H it of hh aet of the Gen Â¬ 15j authority eral Av enibly of the Ounniunwealtii Kentucky entitled An act to ci rate tlie Wcninowl Nieliolas Iurj ie Iivine ami Beattj ville Railroad approved March 10 IS88 C injianj in repou e to the aforei akl written a I lu ation ami hmhi the motion of k J Railroad Onipany it is now nr that an election itTtiI Ii this lc ht Id iii ecH lfee with the pro ii n s caul Aet on th2Slli da ot lSSh ake tlte ense of the A umhi the voters of wW nun whether mid omnty shill i j to the capital Mock of cu jv ribe Irvine hitl iuotld MI Urn i die Railroad fiHmiiy the w hundred ami fifi IImhimiihI f I Jar- - t te mM in the negotialtle l iiU o said eoHnty with coupons at- 1 ail mb eriptiHH to be made U the following term ctHidMions ut a in Ustioii viz Ilat tin-- county of Madison for twenty five hun il il 3500 thares of tlie CHjmal muck tf j aiJ KailriNuI UfHiiwny being two 1 ii ild mid fifty tlHHt aml doiiars of for the mine in fad Mck and tli I mailable onupoti tXHids of the a J c unity to ue taken at por pajauie redeemable IL rtj iears alter date Id whole or in part at the oHon of the county at aHy tune alter live years said bonds to bear interest ai the rate of five per cent ieranuum taxable semi annually the principal at 1 liferent to lie myaWe at the Louis- Je Banking Company iu L Hiville But if said county slmli K truck eect l pay any of sahl bonds after the exj irail in of five eari- - and liefore the ex raiiui if thirty jenrs it shall give iluri das notice in w tiling to sal bank prior to tlte next succeeding 2 da of January which shall he in each year in which such the d unless it falls on 1 1 mi tit can lie made Js ml J when it sIihII be upon the 3rd tf is intention lo make the p nient zriJ the amount thereof The bonds I est in number shall be the lirst re Madison County Court ts rol 1 Crt hJ enl Trust-Com-nnn- y nf 1 After a short illness Mrs Annie Moo res nre Wallace died at the home of her parents in Lexington aged twenty years ami nine months She was a faithful member of the 1resbyteriail church Last Stplember she and Bro W J Moores were married But this early her fond parents and young husband have been called upon to gh e her up She has been a loing daughter and a devoted wIe Weve laid thee down dear Annie On thy pillow dark and cold Ami never more shall we on earth Thy cherished form behold Yet we hope to meet thee in a bighter world where partings are no so more Thy life work is done rest till the morning breaks and the shadows flee away Dear friend your loved one has gone but sorrow not for Death steals but to return with bloom The life that triumhps oer the tomb She died not but hath flown I know theres a acant place in your herts which can neer be filled lint look up she rests now in Heacn awaiting jour coming What a happy meeting w hen loved ones meet to part no more Let the loc you cherished for Annie while here bind jou closer to Heaen Let it draw ou upward as you pursue your earthly journey till you realize that 3 our affliction is an angel sent on an errand full of Ioe till you are reunited Above Dear Willie strheto meet 3 our Ioed companion in a brighter world where oufcltall be torn apart by cruel death no more Remember While were drifting down life river To a fair and brighter shore Some dear friend from us must se er Here to meet and loc no more Annies pated on to forever Rest in long eternity Early she lias left tte river Tor the calm and tranquil Sea Mourn not liven tltc hearts that Tho the parting may be ever sad Soon wed join her to forever Sing the praises of our God Berea Ky W C B This spicy periodical of 25 pages comes to us this month filled with choice matter The opening article is on the Constitution of thi United Slates The Mammoth and the Flood Post Talmudlc Hebrew Literature the Hiulier Education of Women Islam aud Christianity in India Ralph Mr Rankin tlie Waldo Emerson Struggle for Existence Our Small Iguorances Shakrspenre or Bacon lhe Balance of Naval Power In Europe English and American Federalism Mystical PessiinNm in Russlu Tlie Christian Potter Curiosities of Ches c John B Alden New York 5150 per yenr The Crypiograirt The Novelties and New Goods in everv department cause all who visit the I i i OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF pring4 Goods CONSISTING OF to utter exclamations of surprise and pleasure Every line we carry is complete and prices NEVER WERE SO LOW FOR CASH AS THEY NOW ARE We have undoubtedly the prettiest line of Satteens erer brought 10 this city and every style and price from the cheapest American to the finest French Satteens can be found in this Stock Our Eastern importations of BUSY BEE CASH STORE Woolen Bress dosses and Fabrics rltn LADIES MISSES M CHILDRENS Goods SHOO are marvels of Beauty and Style that can not be excelled BEST BRANDS of CALICOES such as Manchester Merrimac Cochega Hamilton Pacific Etc All five cents per yard and new spring styles We hae juft received a full and complete stock of The key to the cipher mid tho text of the stcret narrative ilii closed by It will be made public only in The This is made Great Cr ptogram necessary by the fact that premature publication of the key would deprive both author ami publisher of the copyright tlie of protection As to the actuality of the laws says Governor Donnelly cipher hi the Preface of his great work there can be hut one conclusion A long continuous narrative running through many pages detailing historical events rhetorical hi a perfectly symmetrical grammatical manner and nlwajs crowing out of the same numbers employed in the s me way and en tint- Â¬ ing from the same or similur starting points can not lie otherwise thin a Let prearranged arithmetical cipher those who would deny this produce a single page of a connected story eliminattd h an arithmetical rule from any other work in fact let them find five words that will cohere by accident iu due order iu nuy pub lication where there were not first placed with intent aud aforethought I have never yet been able to find three Â¬ have been coming in for the past week and will continue for two weeks when we MEFS BOYS will have on hand the most complete line of an i we earnestly ask every lady YOUTES aad CHILDRENS CLOTHING to examine this stock before buying ebewhere as you will certainly save mooey by so doing Footwear Furnishing in Central Eentucy 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 Zeigler Bros N Hess Bro and other excellent brands that are first clas and warranted Eg Anything we have in winter goods will be sold at greatly reduced prices We CAN SAVE YOU FROM TWENTY FIVE CENTS TO ONE DOLLAR on every pair of Men 8 Childrens Shoes ou buy from us Ladies and RAMSEY Jun22tf i Proprietors Busy Beer Cash Store -- QIsimAM Clt VS S J SPESD SMITH POWKLL SMITH k POWELL Fire Call your attention lo their commodious and elesaut house Main and Second Streets Eichmond Ky tairaiiee Â¬ WALLCE rach iy SUCCESSORS a JOiES corner of TO C C WALLACE fc sub-cril- Mich c jy lt NEWS PARAGRAPHS Aimer Wiseman aged 92 in E till coutny jean died The negro Tom Wails nho fatally staubed the man Smith in Lexington and escaped has not been ciptured Mrs Mary Ducker died at Versailles Friday She was bom hi Woodford county in 1799 and was the oldest resident of the county 1 1 the New York Board of Emigration shows the num- Â¬ Of lhe annual report 1 ber of iMis eiigers w ho lauded nt Unit port during tho past ear to be loii-S0 d id If a majority of the Iegl vttrs cf said county CHt at sid elect iiui of sM sopciivthm then are n sa tic uds shall be exeeuteI aeeording to fie piovH ioHS of the cliarter of said Mnail company ami leHsit with a tee or Trost Hipy to le lrtufter seleeel as the charter pre trrje mid to be held by said trustee cr Trust ComixiHy until mi id Railroad jtnpauy may beentiileil ti the same at irdiiis to the terms and oiHidiimic Ami at the Litiiiafler set forth f me time that said ImmhN are deli ver tJ to said trustee or Trust Omipany ctrtili ales for twenty live hundred -- JJOi shares id tlie cnjHtal Mock of F i RuInMiI VuHKiiiy shrfll lie de posited ly it Willi sad trustee or Trust Vnjpan to be held until said riMitty is euiled to the same according to conditions hereiHafier ineiitionwl Atul said Comwuy agrees not to con so date willi any other Company Will nt tlie consent of the Madison CoJtit Court Crl sad tru tee orTrut Company laIl dehvir ihh hundred and luenty five tliou Hiid 1 said f lx Ii tl till Hld IUilrMll CofllMII cr to n order w lien it sIihi liHVe com I led its IiidepeiHlent line of nnd ol sauJrd gang frooi a point in the Lne between the coomies 1 Wood 1 rl atid Jessamine near Keene rcross the coanty id-- Jessamine ami across the Kentucky river at a point within one mile of the mouth of Paint Lrk Creek or Tates Creek r some pace between thewe two points and ceacritos llieisniuty of Madison to t 0 ciy of Rieliniomi ami shall have 1ael its line from Richmond to the Eii county line under contract with a t flicieiit number of workmen upon the same to guarantee Us speedy cum le a and shall have graded its road Â¬ bed to tlie Etill cjunty line and shall have caused a train of passeucer cars drawn by a steam engine lo be run frum the city of Richmond across the Couties of Madison and Jessamine through Nicholasvllle over its own toad to the Woodford county Hue and thence over the Louisville southern Railroad mid its coutieotioii to the city of Louisville Said Trustee or Trust- - Company shall delver tosnid Railroad Company or its order the remaining one hundred aid twenty five thousand SI25000 dollars of said bonds wheu said rail Â¬ road Company shall have completed its independent line of toad Irom the c y of Richtnoud across Ibo county cf Madison to the Estill county Hue in tlie direction of Beattyville thenoe across the counties of Est ill aud Lee to a point on the Kentucky River at or near Beattyville and shall have caus- ed a train of passenger cars drawn by a kteam engine to be run over Its road frora ils said terminus on the Ken Â¬ tucky River at or near Beattyville ILrough the counties of said Lee Estill and Mhdlson through the city of Kchmotid and acrot s the county of Jessamine and thence over the Iouis vi e Southern or its connections to tleclty of Louisville Said compauy yrees not to use any purl of any road being operated is Madison ouun t as a part of the road It hereby agrees to construct aod agrees to erect depots a jug us lines in this county not more than five milea apart aud to furnish L 1 ttitil fvr in 1 ty didl-sr-o- tc 1 tw Mrs Calvin Robertson who was dreadfully burned ten days ago from a Glass- Â¬ A Itirions Use for Cyclopedias rubbish heap iu the yard died 2FRemember the place Uemdons Corner Main and Second from tiie ellects of her injuries The Â¬ Streets It is generally admitted that a good family live four miles from Flemings Cyclopedia is a desirable txiss ession for every home As to which Cyclope- Â¬ burg She w as a-- terrible snflerer is tlie best for popular use the jann iy Gen Sherman has sent letters to dia Doctors disagree Evidently the Generals James Longstreet John B Â¬ Gordon S II Biickner Fit 7 Lee Wil- Â¬ matter of choice should depend somewhat upon the ue for which it is In- Â¬ 7th Il is therefore ordered that he liam Mahone John S Mushy and Sheriff of Mmlijon county shall oiien Joseph E Johnson inviting them to tended A customer of Aldens Mani a hiI at the several voting places in join iu celebrating tlie birthday of fold Cyclopedia writes to the publisher this county on the 28th day of Apiil Gen Grant by a Imiiquet at Del mon i as follows I have been exhibiting the Mani- Â¬ lStS for the purpose of taking the cos April 27th thus setting an exam Â¬ Xh S3 e sense ol the legal voters of said ple which he trusts will be fullowed by fold among my friends and acquaint MAIN June22 tf auces and expatiating on its excelcounty as to whether or not the other- - iu after years lence and wonderful cheapness Theie alme aid propo ed subscription shall A floating theatre 43x175 feet is being Is no reason why every oung man in be made to the capital stock of made at Jellersoiiville for a St L iuis the laud who has occa ion lo refer to a said railroad company of w hich jxill man at a cost of SSOCOO It is his cyclopedia should not possess it The ami election said Sheiill shall give intention to 11 wt the theatre all aloug hi iug by of but nve peunies a day for Is the place to go if j ou want anything in notice by having this order published the Ohio ami Missi sipjii rivers and to six months will put iiim hi possession in each of the county papers for at give first class Diamonds Watches dramatic and musical of a work that will be of lusting bene- Â¬ least two issues of said papers imme Â¬ STREET GROCERY Oil UPPER entertainments at the ports In various fit Among those to whom I have diately preceding said day of election cities during Clocks Jewelry Fine the summer months shown the volumes I found but one and by Hisliug printed liaud bills of when all the heaters are closed it oung man who did not need tlie this order at the Court house door iu will have u seating capacity of 800 Gold Keaded Silk Umbrellas Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands of Manifold He has a cyclopedia u Richmond and iu one or more public Roasted Coffee The celebrated suit of Mrs Rosa number of large volumes he did not Gold Headed Canes plnces in each election district of this Pure Eio Combination of Rio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocha Vestner Jeffreys of Lexington Ky know how many nor did he know the 11 y lor at least ten days prior to coil Pure Arabian Mocha and Genuine Pure Private Plantation Java Fine Razors said election OHloer i hull be appoint Â¬ again t the government for SIOO000 name of the editor or publisher but Male Berry Java These goods are all kept in air tight tin cans won li of wool siezed aud sold during they are very large heavy volumes ed lo hold raid election and make New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and Fine Pocket Knives return thereof to the County Judge tlie war whs brought into open court Believing lie did not frequently con Monday with the declaration from the sult them I asked If he ever used qualities h- - iu oae of ordinary elections and tieCoiiil Clerk hall provide there Â¬ bench that the four judges to whom themCertainly Domestic Sewing Machines said he I use them with Mill books iu which the vote the case had been submitted were every day shall be recorded for the railroad sub Â¬ unable to agree and an order was AND ALL KINDS OF What can you possibly do with issued remanding the case for scription and nguitw the ruihimd sub Â¬ Quecnsware Glassware Woodcnwre them before the full bench of five scription SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES Wh I press my trousers with judges This indicates that two judges Attest A Cop were for the claimant ami two against them Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches Etc Titos Thorpe C M C My dear sir said I you do not it The risull will now be virtually By J S IlioitlK D C M C C Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs Pur iiant to theulHive order of the in the hands of tlie filth judge aud need tbe Manifold Mr Alden pub auglO 1 y YOUR-Madison County Court a poll will be the lawyers will direct Ihtir able ar- Â¬ lishes books for the purpose of develop- Â¬ sev Â¬ gument accordingly open and an eleoUoii held at ilie Major Claude ing and improving the intellect and eral votini places in Madison county Johnson and his brother Vernier and not to give shape to the legs Do you on the 28h day of April 1SSS unwieldly sister with her mother Mrs Jeflrey slick lo your ponderous N B Ukatiieuaok 8 M C the paoles will rtap the richness of volumes they are well adapted to the April 5 1SSS and SILVER and purpose for w hich uu use a cyclope- Â¬ this cose if it h decided their way CHICKEN get new goods for dia but the dainty volumes of the The Hajraztne of American History it or the The Three Hottest Days In 1SSS Manifold how delightful to handle For April surpasses even itsell iu tlie Cholera Cure In his article oc Where lo Spend aud how beautiful to behold are made rarity and beauty of its illustrations The exquisite Robertson miniature tlie Summer iu Scribuers for April with a view to ease of reference and port rails of President and Martlin Gen Greely chief signal officer makes convenience of consultation aud can Washington fi rui the frontispiece a prophecy as to tho hottest days in the not be successfully converted into a SEWIHQ which piiitiUd nearly one hundred jearlSSS The Detroit Journal tak subsiluie for trousers stretchers years ago from life have never been iug the matter up has ottered a prize Edward Ebertiach Washington D C The fifth volume of the Mauifoid seen by the public until now Another of S00 lo the person guessing correctly GHINE priceless art treasure appearing for the before June 1st what the three davs Cyclopedia which has just been pubmonth iu this superb will be Gen Greely Immediately lished mure than sustaitis the good wrra first time this telegraphed his guess to the paper in reputation of the previous issues periodical is a copy of the only cabinet Aukmtiti accord witli his reason iu Scribuers being especially more full In its vo- Â¬ of Washington size bust portrait QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO for April cabulary ml the entire workman Â¬ painted from life by Charles Wilson ship both literary aud mechaulcal SilMiimiisg New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Peale Then as we turned the beauti- Â¬ Tbe American Slagazine apiiareutly being of a higher grade ful pages we find two examples of Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the Malhones minluitire port alls perfect April number is rich In the topics of It is certainly not ouly a wonderfully cheap but a thoroughly excellent gems of eaily painting dating back to the season The peculiar ceremonies Cyclopedia for almost any conceivable Thousands of dollars worth of 1779 and also rare portraits of Rob Â¬ with which tlie Moravians of Salem 1 use except that of a trousers press chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ ertson himself of Peale and of Trum- Â¬ N C celebrate Easter are described Ko 3 era It is more fatal to chickens than bull Mrs Lambs charming paper by Edward A Oldham The boom The publisher will send specimen Washitigtuu boom Jioni of the prarie cock a pages free to any applicant or speci Â¬ all other diseases combined But the The ELDEEDQE 3 is Boia witi tho Unpublished entitled that positively guarantee cf being the BESI includes much fresh and harbinger of spring gives Hamlin men volumes may be ordered and re- Â¬ discovery of a remedy Portraits THE SOUTHERN liOUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST cures it has been made and to be con- Â¬ turned if not wanted Reduced rates Informing data with interesting per- - Garland a theme fur the third of his lhat can ba HADE efficacy only requires a John vinced of its iual sketches of some of the early t kelchcs rf a farnier bo s life iu the are offered to early purchasers trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for West Ernest E Thompson presents B Alden Publisher 393 Pearl St The Acquisition of Florida urtlsts from Cincinnati and Lexington rtlh a one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ AGENTS WANTED in musical annotation the song ot the New York 218 Chirk St Chicago Mornill ailtt South without change Sleeptne and Buffet Cars to nearly aH of s a very ably written article by our two thirds of anteed If after using the important Cities ot the Minister to Spain Hoti J L M Curry meadow lark of Manitoba and claims a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly for that vocalist lhe highest older of Wc always admire wbut we can not satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken ELQRED6E MANUFACTURING CO LL D who has had ecceptioual RUNNING THROUGH JARS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IS IHliy llinOTWKNTY BiatlT HOURS Maybe til at is why so Cholera return it to the undersigned opportunities for study among the merit Equally appropriate are the understand by Helen many women get married Sotuervllle KEIV1DEIUE ILLS Traveler have a choice of two kinds of SteegliBg Car ob records Pnr A G Hopkius of stanzas Mistress April and your money will be refunded SPeCial JM OtlCe- - QUEBN AND CRESCENT ROUTB Manris egaai uea- My 1ausles by Nellie M Journal Be- Â¬ Chase College contributes WILLIS Hamilton STOCKTON dolr Buffet Car and Pullmans Finest I alaea Buffet Steeper State Keom Pattern Guribraut and The Resurrection by tween Albauy and Buffalo a delight 24 ly aug QUKKN ful dereripliou of the early methods of Margaret H Lawless A new serial Tiie curpeiiler is an unreasonable In tiie tlio Leading Bailroads Nearly Pwo Coronets by Alary Agnes fellow He objects to plain board and story holding llekets vt UiH Hh nf passengers transportation and travel iu iew ts Tvvr lunuia Central Union Depot In Cincinnati saved transfer across tbe City and ure assured a Jonruej attended with tpetf 5 thereforeand cenventence to be continued In the muy Tiucker is begun In the April num yet be dont like a board until it is Win G Hen York comfort ber This promises to be one of plaued Ditiville Breeze Published at 748 Broadway 925 F St Wash Une number 1 U tortneriy Tia- - Queen and Crescent ffiSttSS8Sr Contractor and the most interesting novels ils well New York of Examining Corpse U S Patent known author has yet produced Its An angler giving an account of a trip experience 17 years Sena Is prepared with an experienced set of Office General OfflcesHt Pant Building West Fourth St Cincinnati Ohio scenes are laid alternately hi Italy and to Otinada speaks of a light with i first business of a Prouibi It is the ttetcJi or model for refort ai to falcn hands to lo all kinds of house building JOHN eneral Oeneral Passeuger Aent Hanasor J America ana repairing uirc xura a can aud domestlo life luthe two tmlmon We prefer eas with sal- - lability Correspondence solicited Honest to probiolt common sense Assistant General PasMngtrgeat rjne22tij General Superintendent I countries is contrasted marytf Boitoii Commercial Bulletin ydeciy Judge uiou Harpers Magazine Mr Chare Dudley Warners com- Â¬ ment 011 North western civilization in tlie opening paragraph of his seioud article about the West in Harpers Magazine for April are lively reading Mr Warner speuks frankly and bin cert ly of things and manners which he dots not admire but he is equal outspoken iu regard to the many feature-of Western life which lie admires Bitter-t-wee- t immensely is not a bad mixture if the proper proportion of the ingredients is maintained Minnesota and Wisconsin receive the most of the writers attention in this number and every word thereof is worthy of atten- Â¬ tion especially from ignorant Eisteru people wrapped up In provincial pnjudice If Mr Warner keeps on writing and they keep rn reading they may in time learn enough about their country to form an adequate notion of its greatness and thiir own comparative insignificance il brary Rofl in a AID L aixips id Foils Silver Platefl KhIybb There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance and the qualify of the goods they oiler is in keeping with the ltotise They have the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles made in their shop of the best materials They have They can not be surpassed in style or workmanship at Every Style and Variety of Harness Their home made and citv made nickle silver or sold mounted stock of Buggy Kobes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as elegance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rublier riding whips of cowhide wagon whips Buggy whips of whalebone of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in variety Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and strong shop made and city made Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse boots c toe weights girts brushes curry combs snunges A lull line of collars hames trace chains back bands Imme strings plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners Â¬ We represent ten of the strongest Fjke Ixsixaxck Companies in the world We represent the Company that has the largest capital in the world the Company that has the largest paid up capital in the world the Company that has tlie largest assets in the world the only Company in the world that pays its losses without dis count and does not make you agree in its policy to wait sixty days after a tire to get your money All Companies charge the same rate tlten Â¬ Why not Insure in the Best Insure your house and contents and sleep soundly it will be too late after you are burned out Our Companies have over 40 000000 capital and over 100 000000 aseets viz Liverpool Lomioo Globe 1 THE PRICES WE QUOTE Very best material employed in their man- Â¬ ufacture 7VJL1L XX2SjH5 WECESML if you see them because you cant help it STOTLT Cotmnercial Unhmi Guardian IIotHe Aatf4v673 2476165 S 061183 53S8v6o4 30460314 Lancashire Qoeew 738985 yazapzs 181925 TlisyAre Preclssly lat You Ml TURFMEN CAN EIND ANY THINU IN THEIR LINE Saddlery hardware and every thing else saddlery and harness house kept in a well appointed Hartfofd German Firemans Fwd Xatioaai Total 287173 200657 119121514 Our stock of Queens ware and ware and especially our Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets is full and attractive apriS 9m W C GOEMLEY CO Â¬ and other Staple Groceries Goods G COFFEES SUGARS TEAS also Canned BEST GRADES OF A D RUFF D P ARMER THE STREET FRAIffOIS Â¬ M H igg ms M DBALKK IN Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and Dated ware etc Special attention given to Â¬ STAPLE a SETTING DIAMONDS MTCY GROCERIES AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES ocoaoo os oig ahs AHTEEi Tsna REPAIRING Promptly dune and la a workmanlike BRIR3G manner Cfsk Paid for Old Gold and Silver Old Gold 3 Dont forget the pJaee to the Post ofliee Rlebmond jan4 tf oxt door Ky -- llllP OAS iL PO ASK FOR THE Remedy qUEEUT AND CEESCEHT EOUTE Â¬ Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads 8 jay 11 CUTHERSON LEXINGTON KY LEY 1 STOCKTON Agents For Madhou sepSS Ms PriciDal Points Sontn Eas t w Sonflrfos ly WILLIS Caty Where Are You Going Whendoyoartart Where feomT HowmanT la yoor party T What aaoBut ot freight or bsiagekavoyoa What roete do yoa prefer T Upoa receipt of an answer to tbe above ques Â¬ tij IiainS tions you will be luroiabed free of rxpease with fi ritjs atao Uieloirestma tabJeapaia- maps tone MS rjuiSEtr nun ax Ir abort wlikb ahte inform- - fi 1 wM save troobte time and money Aftats trill HiH hi person rbere neoe sary Partiea not rt ady to answer above questions abould cut ont notice for tatarentamwe N and pmerrstMs Wiiwax Bay beooau wefal Address C H UlanGeneral Passenger Jtteot av fmaL fi Feb-22-6- uiDnst frrvxv EmBJai x Builder All SreW Mauweoia Leads tbe World ZMi bT etoefc dairy aad grata pcodoete tfeatMr 0iO4 arr t Cc ruiroad terming and gracing to far gate eaeap ob lands aljao v Vtcm c Fcr rap pace rate ikJgoS - Bv rtiW I and Cow wiwlni -- Travel J -IE ic Boo H Adt m Mi r K MAHFrnu SAirnxx 9 MHWttMW Sgy BW 2CT5W t yy WS If 3 THE CLIMAX nDUsllID EVBRY MrCRKAKYS BILL VfENB8V Climax Printing Co I ikinchtiptox G WHITE f S aiMTWi PRICE PBU YKAir APRIL 25 160 1S8S A Washington special of Wed nesday to the Times says Got McOrearys great bill passed in all its entirety this morning and the Conference of Nations of North is South ami Central America now a fixed fact The Governor being a modest man only asked for 30000 but the llouse unanimously agreed this morning in Â¬ WEDNESDAY t OTY DEMWStATlC OSXVKKTWX COX- ItMMS DEMOCRATIC CoCXTY VKjrriox RicwMOKD Ky April 13 - 1 SS6 1anwuit to the call issued by tlie Democratic State Central and Executive ComtnitLee the Detnoc the Senate amendment appropri ating 75000 Next to the tariff bill this is the largest measure that has been before this Congress and will be most beneficial in its results It has had the hearty approbation of the President and Kentucky sltould be proud of her member 1KB HAlLMfAD J1BLTIXG riCfof Madison cohiiIy will meet iii raase convention at the court hose I in Richmond Kv on Satur day Mas 5th 1SSS atl oclock p to select delegates to the State Convention which meets at Lex ington Ky Wednesday May 16 1SSS to choose deleHtes to attend the National Convention at St Louis June 5th 83 The ratio of Kepresenbtiion will be tne del egate for each two hundred and fraction of one hundred votes cast in this county for Buckner and Bryan at the Ausust election Â¬ 1867 C D V t u Upon motion of Air secretaries C D Chenault a Committee on Resolutions was appointed to wit W B Smith A K Bitrnam C Vote for the railroad D Chenault B C Potts Mat The zailroad election k Satnr Campbell Squire Woods T S dmr Moberley T S Biirnam Mm Taylor and Squire Kay Mr Conkttngs estate is valued The committee having retired at i50000 Col J W Caperton was loudly Ajnew an eminent physi called for and appeared amidst cheers lie said that he had cian of Kew York is dead always been opposed to railroad Four thousand people were kill- taxation aim at nrst lie was opposed to the present roadlut af ed in China by an earthquake ter the proposition was presented Hie House has passed the and he looked at the advantages Thomas bill alxtlishii- i- he Rail to the count v he was for it He road Uomntiiioti said that the county had paid out in all 675OO0 for the forty miles Senator Stanford lost 1200000 m the county and ja hum pit and other property by of road nowmissed tlie money had never on last Wednesday Now to grumble about 250000 Maj Gen Q A G Harare who for nearly as much more road as distinguished himself in the Fed we already had would be ridicu end Ariy during the late war is lous He said before our present railroad was builLwe had to go dead 26 miles to Lexington before we CapL Paul lloyton the famous got started no matter where we wanted that coal swimmer passed Louisville on often 25 to go to 50 cents was per cents Wednesday on a swim from bushel and scarce at that enorWheeling to Cairo mous price He said this new A man named Parson his child road would be an advantage to if you dont want to ami a ehild of a nethbor were everybody killed by lightning in Bourbon nde on it you can stand and look at tlie train go along and hear it county Sunday uight Col Caperton said there toot e IlonKine ex assistant were many more advantages in Ben cashier of the Fidelity Batik Cin railroads than cheap coal low cmnati has been sent to the pen rates on live stock and things of that kind lie said this was an itentiai r for seven vears age of progress and we must keep By a vote of 239 to 1S2 he up with tlie command or wed by Die enemy 1 loose of Commons has decided be captured of legalizing the marriage The speech was roundly applaud in favor ed throughout with a deceased wifes sister The committee 011 Resolutions The battle of Lexington Mas appeared but upon suggestion sachusetts where the first blood action on their report was with of the devolution was spilled 113 hed until other sneakers could years ago was celebrated on last be heard Thursday Mr A It Kuril am was called up and responded in a tftpeech of The Congn ssMrtial Heeonl shows some length At tlie nttf el lit that Governor M Creary is mak did not know whether lie would in a useful and active member be lor or against the road but His name appears in thirty one when the proposition was formed places in one days proceedings he clearly saw the advantages of tlie road and was from that time Louisiana has gone Democratic lor it He said that competition by 65000 majority Does hat is tlie Hie of trade and that e liok as it the sugar men were sides the cheajiening of rates a eertin the Democratic nartr greater benefit was derived from on account of the Cleveland tariff the development of the country idea i He said the charter was a good one and that it had been safely loroe Conklint fix Senator guarded by the order of the coun from Aew lork and one of the ty court in submitting it Tliere finest lawyers and most distin was no danger in voting the sub guished men in the United States senption it tne roau was never died in Kew York on last Wed built it would cost us nothing If nesday it should be built it must be done in a certain way and in a certain John K Proctor has been re time He said that a poor man appointed State Geologist by had tlie same right as a rich man Governor Buckner The Govern- to vote In times of war the or knows a good mn when lie jrovernment can go into the cabin sees him as evidenced by he ap of tlie poorest man lake him from pointment of the man who has his wife and children put a gun done more to develop Kentucky upon his shoukler and march than any other man in lie State him off to imperial his life in defense of his country and that The U S House of represen in times of peace this same poor tatives on Wednesday passed a man nas a right to vote a tax for bill creating a Department o the education ot his children or Lftbor The bill sets forth that tlie development of his country the province of the Department Mr Burnams speech was heartily shall be to acquire ami diffuse cheered Ue said that Madison among the people of the United county had once voted 250000 States useful information 011 sub and the right of way to the Three ject connected with labor in the Forks Koad which had it been moat general and comprehensive built would have amounted to sense of the word and especially only half as many miles in the upon its relation to capital the county as tlie road in question hours of labor the earnings of and would have afforded no comlaboring men and women and petition in freights to and from the means of promoting tlieir tlie cities Mr Burnams speech material social intellectual awl was lieartita cheered moral prosperity Mr W B Smith came next in response to lusty calls and made THE TATI IXVBSTIflATWX- one of his characteristically grace ful speeches He referred to the The eontmiUee at work on the act that only a month ago one Treasurers books has reported to partj of movers bought twelve the Legislature The deficet is hundred dollars worth of tickets P5S9JQQQ but nrooer credits nut- - to go to Montana He said this standing may reduce the amount drain on our population must be tflA300000 It is believed that stopped and the way to do it wli u Tates proper has been was by opening up this country to the case at least 150 and giving the poorer class of 0M will remain for the bondsmen people ami the rising young peoti i ly It is believed that Tate ple something to do at home He otvnmilfed forgeries years ago to said Kentucky and especially ma Lis books balance this part through which the road is to ruu affords us as great adAMERICA vantages as the far away West or South or any other country Titl is the name of an oxol Mr Smith placed particular em knt weekly journal just begun in phasis on a man who lives in a Clii asjo It is a 17 page niee red brick house down on pamphlet well printed and Otter Creek wlio was red hot for ably edited Among other things tlie Kentucky Central and no tbt- announcement says In tax could be too heavy no princi v America will maintain pal could be wrong and everythat the experience of the past thing was right when it went to demonstrates the necessity of pre build tlie Kentucky Central That cr in the suffrage from the con man was up early and out lniimating influences nt-- foreign overv tlie country whooping up prejudice asl vice the road But now that he ha6 iLi firance 1 advocate much legislation a railroad right by his door he is a- - m iy restrict ioreign immigra opposed to any other road He tion y cvluding paupers anarch-it-1- cant ee that it is right or proper and all who do not to have roads and lie is especially c Ti prporfJ to assimilate with isaiiii tiie Louisville Southern e r tr1 and coept our laws lie aid that was not the correct ICJ JlLtUllOUi if our neighbors help j prineijile Chnrin Dem Chkxault Co Handbills circulated on Tues day afternoon of last week an nounced a railroad meeting at the Court house that night By 7 oclock the lionse was crowded although the meeting was called Tor 730 oclock At tlie appoint ed time Col Win M Irvine tug geted hat a chairman beelected Mr Tiiomts S Bronstou was nominated and there being no further nominations lie was called to the chair C E Woods and French Tipton were cliosen as Com lr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m you you must help your neighbors He said the Golden Rule re quirelthat you do unto others as you would have others do unto 3ou but in the case of the man in the red brick house do unto others as they have already done unto him Judge C H Breck answered a ringing call and went into detail to show that the tax would not be heavy that 14500 a year paid by the county would pay the debt interest and cost counting the stock worth 15 cents on the dollar but to count the stock as worth nothing that something over 15000 a year would pay tlie entire amount He said that a road could not be more advantageously run through the county than the proposed one and that a safer county court order or better charter was impossible The applause accorded Judge Brecks speech showed that the interest was not abating Rev Mat Campbell colored was loudly called for and took the stand He madea dignified and sensible speech and pointed out the numerous advantages to be derived lrom the railroad He said it was a road for the poor man as well as the rich man After the road is built the mines and lumber regions up the country will be open and those who wish to do so can go up on the train Monday morning work all the week and return Saturday He said that coal at eight night cents a bushel was twice as good as coal at sixteen cents a bushel He said that whatever benefitted the ricli would benefit the poor lie was in favor of the road He made many good points and was loudly applauded Rev Green Miller colored came next and showed that he had not been trained in the school of Nashville for nothing He had traveled all through the mountains on missionary work and discovered the vast mineral and timber wealth and saw the great lack of facilities for getting it to market He could see an incalculable benefit to both rich and poor here and in the mountains by the building of the road He was a He believed in piogressive man schools turnpikes railroads and every factories churches thing that would go to build up a country and its people The applause frequently was so great that he could not be heard The hour was now late but the crowd was undiminished and the enthusiasm was great The resolutions were called up and Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ RELIGIOUS Richmond has twenty ministers nominations and colore all deÂ¬ Tlie Lexington convocation of the Epis copal Church will convene at Winchester next week One of the students from the University united with the Methodist Church last Sunday evening The Morrifon meetintr at Danville as sisted by Rev Dr Young of Winchester had 32 confessions up to last baturday At the Green Front you eiinanve money mid get the prettiest Hut or aprll tf Bonnet in town t Ry Motto of the C I St L aprlS 6t Safety comfort speed atMEE FRONT IFincl Yon Can r llliPill j ocUaway you want a nice buggy phroton or btiniuohe carriage aprl t coupe go to John Douelson If Dr Henderson will preach in his pul nit this city net Sabbath morning and All are in evening at the usual hours vited Rev Wm Y Sheppard rector of the Episcopal Church this place has decided to remove to Harrodsburg and with his family will leave next week Sunday being Mr Sheppard is an his last sermon earnest and unceasing worker has uone a cood work in Richmond and much regret He has refus is expressed at his leaving ed several fine offers from other places during his stay here He and his family are-- commended to the people of Harrods- - large lot of Ladies Misses and Childrens Newport ties Newport button and toe slippers which Â¬ Just received a we are selling very low purity strength and wholesomenesj More me economical inaii competition wHl - the mul- Â¬ cannot be sold In alura titudes of low test RliortlwelKlit cans or phos Â¬ Royal phate powders Sold only In Co 106 Wall St N Bakingi Powder - vy ni - X nii Absolutely Pure mnrvftl fti liw Jl oft Jack Freeman npr-18-- 3t ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR CITY JUDGE burg Sunday School Jnue 22 tf Â¬ said Blessed are the peace makers Creek Association w ill be held with tlie Paint Lick Gar- Â¬ tlie small boy when he dropped a cost Â¬ Mount Tabor Church Texas Siftiugp rard county Saturday and Sundy April ly porcelaiu ornament Services at 10 oclock 20th and 29th Mitchell is headquarCovington Trogram it- - Song Service 2nd Ad- Â¬ ters for the leadiog styles in hats 3t dress of Welcome E Dawson 3rd De Â¬ and take a peep at Kit Mil at onoe sign of Convention J E Cosby L P Mi tolls immense Line of Neckwear Johnson 4th Condition and Needs of aprll 3t Sunday school Work in Tates Creek As- just opened The Relation sociation G P Elsom 5th Cull in and exmnine tlie celabrateit of the Church to the Sunday School J Yeomau hat at Covington Mit Speed Smith M Calico 6th Preparing chells aprll 3t and Teaching the Sunday School CIa6se- Kit Milch hits I lie finest Line of D G Slaughter J F Stone 7th The Neckwear In teiitral Kentucky at very Object ot Sunday School Work AJ aprll 3t Tribble Sth The Scriptural Reasons for low prices Missions Rev Boiling 9th The ChurchAny one wanting hummer Under- Â¬ es their Organic Law Missionary Socic wear Hosiery mtd any thing to be lotli Development of found in a Firt clss Furnishing Store tics P Ulake Church Life tlie Prosperity and Growth will mivo money by calling mi Covington Mitciieti of Missions G P Elsom nth Eastc n aprll 3t Kentucky as a Missionary Field J W the Children They aro es Wardon 12th Sermon on Missions Sun C VW - pecilly liable to sudden day morning P Blake 13 Tates Creek Croup Whooping Cough G P El- Colda Coughs Sunday afternoon Missions Wo guarantee Arkera English etc Evervb d invited som It eaves Remedy a positive cure Sold by hours of anxiou3 watching V U Wiiiii- - Iru rriptiMii Druxuu i I5EKEA- - Convention of Tales Pursuant to a time honored custom of my party I hereby announce myself a candidate for re election to the office of Police Judge of the city of Richmond Ky subject to the action of tlie Democratic party Election 1st Saturday in June 18S8 Respect fully Â¬ One of the latest novelties in the Millinery line also almost any other style ot Hat you may desire Ladies are cordially invited to call and Everything new and examine my goods Prices reasonable I havese first class cured the services of an experienced trim Â¬ mer of Cincinnati and promise satisfac- Â¬ Mrs J F Stone tion in that art THE RflATCHLESS YT Hi apri5 tf Gall and Price 3r -3 PEERLESS I1ADS THE TY0BLD 500 in Gold for General Superiority jan25 tde We are H C BlCE FOR SHKKIFF cinnati industrial uposuion lull trial ana Expert test auer at Cin to anuounce authorized JOHN HISLE a candidate for Sheriff of MadiMin couuty subject to the action of the Democratic party mur7 tile We are authorized to announce J W BALES a candidate lor Sheriff of Madi on County subject to the action inar7 tdc of the Democratic party Engines FOK MAYOR We are authorized to aunounce Engines Geiser J S COLLINS a candidate for Mayor of Richmond subieot to the action of tde he Democratic pa ty 1 Peerless Traction and Portable and Creamery Domestic Steam Gan TIoits The Thresher and Cleaner Patent Variable Fric Â¬ tion Feed Pat Dogs WS ARE tXjHaLSeUdBbuMtrV RHiuaiiiiiit HevnorBaaa Saw Ouide 4iT O V- Â¬ Ollice Apiil i til 24 unclaimed in the Pot Richmond Ky week ending 1S8S ffg5KMBly5MlBBB53ssatr Latest Improved and cheapest Saw MEl en tho market Send t or cattlogue to tho SB L LING REGARDLESS OF Â¬ The camel has four stomachs The Mr Fee isngniii convalescent unit greedy boy is apt to envy the camel Farris Hannah able to get out on the street occasional Â¬ hi ke Thomas Bradle G F C J n ii- Crooke Jennie Dupree William Elkin R C it ly Boston Post Frazier Jerry -- Neal Lilie 1igK Lourany Riclicrson E M Shiflet Geo Warkey Bettie Morar Fannie Mitchell Willie M 01 ton John D 2 GEISEK 3UNUFACTCEING V7AYVZSSCS0 CO rSAJTZLIlT C9 PA VTe wast asents and invite correspondence apr25 6m Fairchild of Crete Neb made his parents a flying visit last Prof A B ALUM BAKING A POWDERS jr List of Those Jlost Prominently Solu The following are the names of somo of the baking powders published by the public authorities a being made from alum Kenton Davi Silver Star A P Forest City Henkle Ne Plus Ultra One Spoon Enterprise Patapsco Empire tmil be Beat JMireka Gold Veteran Internationa Cooks Favorite Puritan Albany Favorite Sun Flower Jersey Golden Kbeat Buckeye Burnetts Perfect Peerless Slate Silver King Crown Wheelers Welcome Old Colony Cnrletou Crystal Gem Scioto Centennial Zipps Grape Crystal Gem Geo Washington Windsor Fleur de Lis Sovereign Dnisv Feather Weight Tliere are doubtless many other brands of baking powder beside those so for examined and named by tlie Most of the linking pow Â¬ authorities ders sold in bulk by weight nnd all sold witli a gift or present are said to be of this dl criplion Prof Wiley Chemist In Chief of the Department of Agriculture at Wash Â¬ The use of alum ington D C sas in baking ponders in large quantity in place of other acid salts should be prohibited by laiv week Mrs Morrison 1ms been nick for several weeks and is in a critical con- Â¬ dition Miss Carrie Brown has gone to Louisiana to join her Im band who is teaching t New Iberia Last Haturday many of the students and teachers niadr their annual pleasure exertion to the mountains They 8ient an enjoyable day Â¬ C A M to 7 J Money order and registered letiei hours prompt 7 a M lo 6 P m Hood Si Winn Post Office hours from TUBAL f ILKES J PU0F B WILLIS PM THIPPS UKAND LDESblUPTIVE SEMES France and Europe Since 1S 1S Â¬ adopted unanimously whereupon the meeting adjourned Â¬ The resolutions 1st That it is the sense of the meetingthat the proposition made by the Richmond Nicholasville Irvine and Beattyville Railroad Compaii3T to construct and operate a railroad from Keeiie in Jessamine county Kentucky by way of Richmond to Beattyville is a good one and that this road when built will be a great benefit to the people of Madison county and will in the judgment of this meeting enhance the property of the county greatly help the farmers and give work to the laboring man and in every way add to the prosperity and wealth of our people 2 And considering all the circumstances connected with this proposition and its advantages to tlie county of Madison we recommend that the people of the county vote the tax asked by the company to construct and operate said road Â¬ Lust Friday night the Phi Delta Society had the formal dedication of their new room in Lincoln Hall The exercises were carefully prepared and well rendered and the after speeches from members of the faculty und others were enthusiastically re- Â¬ ceived Â¬ Â¬ The temperance meeting last Tues Â¬ day night was interesting as usual The little folks were churniiug and the music tine 4here was a slight feeling ot di MiKiutiuent among some of the audience that Mrs Nield was not present lo speak as there had been some reaou to hope but Priucipal B H Hunting gave us a live practical address Â¬ mentous EASTERN QUESTIONthreat ening the peace of Europe illustrated by large colored maps and the present German crisis the fruit of more than thirty years research largely from personal and original sources and combining the fascination of romance with the rarest histori- Â¬ cal knowledge extensively delivered in tlie principal cities and emphatically endorsed and commended by eminent authorities in Europe and America includ- Â¬ ing President lorter of Yale College Ex President Barnas Sears of Brown University Bislwp Huntington of New York late BUhop Haven of Michigan University Archbishop Elder of Cincin nati Rev Dr Paimer of New Orleans and Gen Sir P McDougal of Halifax N S Particulars hereafter apr25 tf n Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ political transformations and thrilling dra rratic episodes with vivid delineations of the prominent actors including the mo A graphic portrayal of the marvellous ruBLic trial 1204 pacing 1st Sired by Gov Sprague 22oJ dam by George Wilkes 2d dam Vandalia by son of Vandal 3d dam by son of American Eclipse and so on back thoroughbred 15 times I had rather have filly colts by Vandal Wilkes to keep for breeding purposes for my own use than from any stallion in Kentucky because he can pace faster than any stallion in Kentucky that will compare with him in higlt breeding Will stand at 25 To Insure a Living B H NEALE Colt OO aprlStf S Til T w J P Next door to Garnett House hi ljl 7 VPFEre apr 18 2in iwwwg 1W issued March and Sept eacn year xs is an cncy- IMnnnriia of USOful infOr- jfxnation for all who rjur- cnase tne luxuries or mo nftRHpi nf life We n nlotbo vou end furnish you with fa tho necessary nnd unnecessary all appliances to ride walk dance sleep cat fish hunt work go to church or stay at homo and in various sizes styles and quantities Just flguro out what is roquirad to do all tnoso things C0HF03TIBLY end you can makoafair estimate of the value of tho BtnfEER GUIDE which will bs sent upon receipt of 10 cents to pay postage CO MONTGOMERY WARD 1X1 114 Slichisan Avenue Chisago 111 mch216m 1 TJO mivrRK OTTTTJE ia E-- V- E--N--- T- Â¬ BLUE BANK BSTILL COUNTY THE TWO STALLIONS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Win Wilt lias been hoeing his wheat this spring The wife of Wm Bolati died yester day aged 78 years MATRIMONIAL- - Â¬ Palace Steamers Mr Ballard Million of Richmond and Miss Mary Jarman of Madison county were married at the Palace Hotel in Cin- Â¬ cinnati on Wednesday April tSth 188S the Rev II D Moore officiating The attendants were Mr C R Tudor and Miss Maggie Adams The groom is a grandson of Mr Wm M Ballard of the furnitura firm of Ballard Si Buchanan tliis place and has for some time been salesman for that house Summer Tours Low Four Trip per VfttHc Between AOICIIMC Rates ESCORT of AN- D- the purchasers that visit our store in search Goods Laces That are fraught with great interest to KENTUCKY CHIEFJR The former a saddle horse and the latter a harness horse both unexcelled for blood and breeding will make the season of 18SS at the Fair Ground Stables at 20 and 15 to insure O D Chenault Â¬ White AFTLIt THE L J W Riddel Las gone into the hoop pole aud stave business Haipcrs Magazine For May is another proof of the deter Â¬ mination of its conductors tlmt in nil respec ii shall lewd the other month- Â¬ lies One after one ihe name of the principal maguziue writers of to dny greet the eye the paes are slowly turned over aud their literary ellorts are supplemented by the best artutio work of artist engravers Neither in variety nor excellence will this number be easily turputsed The frontispiece is a portrait of KinglaKe the historian aud is of especial iuteresi now that hh work of thirty yeurs The Invasion of hasjust been finished the Crimea DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Milijniiitfl res olution iutrocucpd in the Legi lnliirv exluin itself The Lulville ami Nash Â¬ Where ville rttilmatl Iihh em loosed vailou- in attend in Frankfort hs I b liyin mill irtlierx in various cajmcitlt 3 throughout the State and Whereas There are rumors afloat tlmt khhI parties may be using illegal uih undue uuy niid means to influ ence railroad legislation aud Whereas It is imHrraut that legis- Â¬ lation of ibeStute iliould not be under the control and domination of a rail Â¬ road erHirHtioi therefore be it Resolved IJy the General of Ken Â¬ of the Vmmonweall tucky that a J hit committee of seven three feenatrs ami four Representatives to tie appointed by the rebueetlvo Speakers be created to inyetitUe said charge- - ur rumors and report to the aSMmn a- - noMilIe Geiivral ARenibl SM committee Is euiyxiwered to tend lor ienms and jtapers and lake neces Â¬ sary iiroof tjaid committee is al- Â¬ lowed to employ in tlieiflicretioii one expert to aid in the faMlitiVestlga DETROIT AND OUR Bt Zsrnaoe Chebornn Alpena Htrciivilla Oiooda Sand Beach Port Hoicn Si CUlr Oakland Hoa Marine City Every Week Day Between Special Sunday Trips durlnc July and August CLEVELAND PAMPHLETS Embroideries Clothing Boots Shoes Krn Bates and Excursion Tickets will be rumlsned by your Ticket Asent or address E B WHITCOMB Gtvt Pas Aowt Cleveland Steam Navigation Co Detroit DETROIT MICH apr 25 6m ILLUSTRATED aprlS 2m Eats c Â¬ DIED Mrs Mollie Beriymau wife of Dil lard Berryman died near Waco Madi- Â¬ son county Ky on Thursday April 18th 1SSS ly Â¬ lliu Â¬ THIN COLUMN Dr WaUe Phelps of Foxtown tow in Richmond last week Maria Boin died at her home in Estill county Ky on Tuesday April 17th 1S88 aged about 80 yers was the mother of Mrs Speaking of the coal business let us Decessed keep cool It i quin easy and much James C Lackey of Madison couuty cheaper Cinoi mm Enquirer Mrs Joie Haggard Muce wife of W E Mm cie died in Richmond For 70 K on Salurtl iy April 21st 1888 You can buy a No I new Btnigy war- Â¬ The remoius were taken to Clark ranted This is a special otter aud county her former home Her Infant holds good only until June 4th Johu survives The husband of deceased is Douelson Richmond Ky Kentucky the express agent and bus lived here Carriage Works only a few months apr26 6t Mrs Notice is hereby given that the partner- Â¬ ship heretofore existing between J S Col- Â¬ GREAT CRYPTOGRAM lins and J C Frampton in the piano and Francis Bacons Cipher in the so called organ business under the firm name and Frampton is this day Shakespeare Plays by Ignatius Donnelly style of Collins dissolved by mutual consent V E Shaw Co General Agts J S COLLINS 306 W Jefferson St Louisville Ky J C FRAMPTON apriS tf Richmond Ky April 18 188S 4t ilgeaais Wanted FOK THK ce of Dissolution that would not describe the merits or the We could fill one side of a newspaper yet intrinsic value of our exhibit KOU MUST COME 10 SE THEM FORTY THIRD ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE We are confident of a just verdict Â¬ A long artiole entitled About Beer Tvegf is a waste of space The story Is Liberty Enlightening the World a is told in one word Tramps Judge We notice die red handed Anarchist It is customary lor all our people to carries a torch turn out when a circu- - comes to lowu A Bird Hunt Mr Bird and Miss It is also customury for all who have Hunt eloped from Louisville and were ever tried Ganters chicken cholera married in Jeflersonville cure to recommend it to their neigh Our best speakers were out speaking bore It is sold on the plau of Ly Stockton in favor of the railroad or Noel would Willis It never have gotten away with that prize There are some men who are so ou- shall be first sakh the posed to anarchy that they will not And the Scriptures But that re ers to shoemik even wear red tlaimel Boston Post ing the last is the first thkig when a pair of shoes is to be made Dr It A Stappjdied at hlsjhotnethe Dr Roberts place on Silver Creek in Madison county Ky on Friday Mutual Benefit LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF Old Reliable WHITE GOODS -- SUCH c AS- - checks and plaids INDIA LIKENS in plain striped ltt April 20ih 18S8 aged 27 years His disease was typhoid fever The inter- Â¬ ment occurred at Campbellsvllle Ky on Sunday Dr Stapp iind lived in tlie county inly eleven months but was acquiring a gnoil practice TOTAL PRESJiUfflS to January 1st 1888 His wife was Miss Virginia Schlnuell Of this sum tliere lias already been returned to Policyholders of Schuylkill county Pennsylvania For Policy Claims and after the sale on Friday will ac- Â¬ 428 per cent 519833800 70 company her father wiio is bore buck For Surrendered Policies iitrj 1 36 409 6 For Dividends to her native State 299 34623813 69 8tiited Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ piK Â¬ It is beSeved that Cy Stone and Rud HOWS THIS I Blanton have had a good deal to do with AVe oiler One Hundred Dollars Re this wtusuarly chilly weather the past ward for any case of Catarrh that can several week They are coal men you not be cured by taking Halla Catarrh know Cure I was never behind before at a meeting F J CHENEY CO Proprs remarked a lady without any thought of Toledo Ohio saying an odd thing Wonder If she ever Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter- Â¬ heard of cutting a tree down and then cut- nally acilng directly upon the Wood ting it up or of the fellows remark that and mucus surfaces of the system a blackberry is green when it is red Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by J J Brooks apr2o lm The Legislature rised up on its own rkeupfulneM on last Thursday and enacted a law making it a fine of 50 to o chip off mutiHatc deface or carry away It was tlie man who picked up tlie any part of Mammoth Cave That do dollar which some one elsedropped fie it Better say that the blamed old that met with a loss Yonken States Â¬ hole in the ground be cloed up man Â¬ Â¬ HALLS Louisville ByOlovcr Tobacco Market Total MULLS in stripes checks and plaids SWISSES in stripes checks and plaids PIQUES in plain cords plaids and 11649263599 stripes EMBROIDERIES in Jackonet Swiss and Mull LACES in Torchon Medica Piatt and 97539081 01 337 percent Seville CATARRH CURE Winchester Court TX J Â¬ - ri t auctioneer reports Windy Colic Teething Pains or alMMit 100 cattle on Die market No Stomach Disorders can bs relieved choice cattle fleieii GO plain steers of at once by using Ackers Baby Soother Opium S23 pound weight brought S3S18 It contains noPrice 25 or Morphine hence la safe cents Sold by 26 21 W G White weight 760 numl Prescription Druggist yearjiugs of 730 pounds weigln 26 25 good yearlings of BOO iHiunil 3160 Dont run ngaiust a chimney sweep 30 plain 2 J ear oida weight 950 iiuuilds er hes liable to bring Etot galul 3 you Lowell Citizen J A Ramt ey EStVOVCS ti1 are fretful peevish cros5 or troubld with Barrett Louisville lobacoo Ware liouse The sales on our market for the week just closed amounted lo 1200 hlids with receipts for the tame period or 516 hhds Sahs on our market since January 1st amount 28015 hhd- - Our market has not developed any new features during the week on Burley tobacco The decline In prices which occurred some weeks aero will hvn ili eflect in many localities of materially curtallitiK the crop from the calculations which were made during the winter It Is also true that in very many db triots considerable eomnlulnt is being made as to the failure of seed to come up The following quotations fairly represent our market fur Burley tooacco Trash not colory aud tobacco dam aged by freezing 3 60 to 600 Colory Trash SB00 toSlOOO Common Lugs not colorv S600 tn 900 Coiory Lugs SO 00 to S1200 Curnmon Leaf 1000 to 12 00 Medium to good lear 1200 to 1600 Select or wrappery leaf SlfluO to -Â¬ Leaving still In the Companys possession The Companys investments have yielded sufficient returns to jmy nil Expenses mid Taxes and etill to add lo tho Policy Â¬ holders fund for the fulillltnent of existing contracts Total AssaU January 1 18S3 Market Values Surplus by New York and Massachusetts Standard Actuaries per cent Reserve and Market Value of Assets Surplus by former New York Standard discontinued tills year ig 053 551 23 157 631 gg 35 Remnants of White Goods and soiled Embroideries a few that will be sold 542 111 33 33 -- 3 077 177 Losses Paid in Kentucky over IT HAS THE LAKGEST BUSINESS IN KENTUCKY All Pollcfes inconteatibie after two 2 years except for fraud No restrictions on travel or occupation after two 2 years All Policies non forlelliiiK alter two payments 2000QOO 00 BLEACHED 6 5i523702 76 REGARDLESS OF VALUE and BROWN COTTONS in all widths 10 4 Sheetings in plain and twilled 10 4 Linen Sheetings MTAPKZIffS caJStfufiV 8ixyT1PeydiliyseiUely fl and TAE3CS U3ISSS Greatest PlMPPS coUateral ac comPeou of rroofs wUHoul walling theusnal for tho least money andte vw J StateKy lAexxts ment of White Goods and Low Prices at West Main Strest Louisville Speed Shith - C S Powelb Agents J H STRENG S K W 3 13 Idoea what Ii wya furntales the jiost Insurance Fir any additional Information apply to that speak for themselves Come and look at tnem jnow is the time for large assort We want to make this the White GoOfls Snln OVnv ImvtTrm SIVXITH CO RICHMOND KENJUCKY JMammoth Louisville SW pw M We baVe Just received from J C JWm Prewltt Kd Ellershaw of A Co their latest song called V fctuarl Grneue The The Universi Â¬ M College Jones tm IMtiKey Hldge this county ty guvo a most delightful Impromptu by Hungry at Somebodys Door heretofore announced the first As APRIL 25 iSSS was WEDNESDAY fctlrnetl on Tuesday of last week dance in the large and commodious content was arranged for Friday April Charles A Davis It is a beautiful Lo- - 700 400 insurance Origin of room of the Tevis building on Irvine Wih and Central University as the song and will become aa popular as Vote for tho raliroatK the Are Is not known Ids last eong Theres no one like street on last Friday night after tlie plftCP -which we noticed CoTomlteof Award Mother to me Railroad election if Saturday The subedited sieakinif at tho college Saxton Tlie I U 0 P Annhersary Col Thomas W Bul- Â¬ some months ago Any one of the Trost furnished the music and that was elected To rnorrow night at the C curl bouse MrTttltotiBliankb new residence is A E Rich eobgs will be sent for only eleven 2 c the 63ih Anniversary of Odd Fellow Â¬ alone insures a perfect dnet The litt of Louisville Judge of Kentucky stamps Address J C GroeneCo Tho new well under headway find SfercLant Tailoring firm of Oroolie programs were simple ami elegant and a his of the Superior Court ship inlAnerica will be celebrated It contained eighteen dances The Cen- Â¬ and Judge Caswell Bennett of the 30 an 46 Arcade Cincinnati O Bennett The Richmond Social Club gave a Judge W H Holt of the Court of invite Hie jtublic to inspect their Urmston tral University boys did thi gallnut Court of Appeal delightful hop on Monday night Apjteals e scholarly gentleman will An oculist la the man who can matte Richmond on ThursÂ¬ in style and every stranger hail a The trains into tifcllver theaddrew open their eyes Drakes nd Mr B J charming time 1 he follow ing day and Fiiday brought large numbers people The BJiiaxza Roller Mills now have Newlonofthls place will read a hU ladies from neighboring cities young of visitors and Fiiday night witnessed Magazine unusually neat and caiiYvuleni sn were totical bketcli Tltere will bo good oOiM present Misses Mary Neale Mattlo an immense crowd in the chapel Iu Do you want pure drugs and the best music Exerci cs at S ocljck All in Shauklyii Mamie and Mabel Uoodlne fact the chapel could not hold the brands of tobacco and cigars You Is making a new vite1 Dr John M Foster and Pattie Chetiault of Lexington people who were there even standing can find them at I J Brooks out f the Dr McCreary res- Â¬ which was carefully selected in the eastern markets by an After lie exercise tlie ladies of the htu Misses Iula and Mamie Funk of room could not be lud June2i tf Daughters of Rebecca will spread a iding Trimt Nicholasvllle experienced buyer Miss Fowler of Padu Saxtons orclustra e deied supper at the Odd Fellows Hull A soar spot the eagles nest Rail cah Miss Mollic Mulr of Georgetown the evening with their choicest selec Â¬ Two letters one fornud the other Miss Mosley of Cynthiaun There tions and the brilliant scenes depicted way Advocate against the railroad were omitted Water VVerks were over n hundred young gentlemen by that thread bare but beautiful poem this week At a meeting of the Richmond Wa Â¬ preseut 3lid they liahced so much and of Byron on the battle of Waterloo Wv 0 tho good things of this W to MrCurry ter W W Figs Works Company oh Monday so fast that 11 was impossible to get were recalled ilons on account of Dyspepsia Ackers the John G Colo jdace at Mt Pleasant April 63rU the subscription list showed their nubiee ss they glided by iu the Mr Miller Ward of Cyuthlana was Dyspepsia Tablets will caw Dyspepsia fjrSJOOO that the rtqulred amount had been throng chairman of the evening and at the Indigestion and Constipation sold on a subscribed for the urgaization ani head of the line of seakers led the positive gaarante at 25 and CO cents by The attention of the ladies is especially called to our superior Mr C K Tudor is building a resi- Â¬ thereupon an election of officers was way to the rostrum at 8 oclock The W G White Prescription Druggist dence on Second iireet tiecund lot How Some Tax Payers Will Vote line of Dress Goods embracing the most fashionable Fabrics to be held Bam H Stone President G exercises were opened with prayer by It Is not the cloven foot but the clov- Â¬ from lie Methodist church It l understood that Union Precinct Rev R M Dudley of Georgetown W Evans Vice Prei Ideut J Blone en breath that gives a man away after had in New York will cast a largir vote against the rail Â¬ Heboid our bupptement and what is Walker Treasurer F H Adair Mr L G Cox representing Ken Â¬ he Iihs been out to see another man txreinrly marvelou is it is all home Secretary Board ofDJrectms J A road than any other precinct in the tucky University led oil with The New Orleant Pfcaiiine counly Several gentlemen from that Iufiutnce of Thought M C Heath S H Stone btithvan prut 1 gosh ir as his subject O W Evans J S Walker J C precinct say that the Voters about His appearance at the speakers stand A letter from Glasgow ptatee that Chenaull F H Richmond who Vop for the road have was greeted with tremendous applause Adair E er H T Daniel v lio was seriously A committee compiled f l H nothing uiion which to py tax or If which demonstrated that Kentucky thousands suffering from Artn Con- Â¬ Coughs etc over try il now much improved Adir aid H W E v us was apMiut they have it is invested iu Govern Â¬ University hail many students in the sumptionEnglish Remedy DidItyou the best Ackers is ment bonds and they pay no tux audience He handled his subject preparation known for all Lung Troubles td to conesoud with various parties Co put up in their con S DiutlH on It We beg leave to inform all well and al its close received fl wers sold oa x positive guarantee at 10c 60c feeloiiery Iat wetfc a team engine for inclination concerning the erection ol water works aud reiort within fif- those who think in that way that we cards and applause in profusion In Â¬ Hold by W G While Prescription for running their ice crMln freezer can mention eh ven men in and near terspersed with music and flowers and Druggist teen das Richmond who are for the road and sandwiched with applause the speak Â¬ Tire Bunanea Hiiller Mills eolil on A ponillar winter resorl--Hot- hot toddy CoviHjston who pay more tax than all the men ers continued Mr J C Meicalf of M i dy t Arnold The Buildins Boom Mail and women iu Union prtclnct The 25000 nmds of Aciua flour Brother We have in Laces Ribbons Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Gloves ami In the Richmond never saw so many res- Â¬ tax book show that Union precinct Ocorgetown College subject Nature of th Soul is the Compensation Patronize J J Brooks the druggist Mirii Lult P Shearer this place has iliences in course of construction as ut Farasols nil that can be desired paja taxes on 5529140 worth of prop Â¬ secured the agency for the Sunny preeent The belief thnt the Louisville erty The eleven men above men for the Imqualities of Condition Â¬ r u b and nill canvass the Blue gnu Southern Knlmatf is coming is tioned pay taxes on 534090 Here is Mr Luciaii D Noel Kentucky Cen Progressive rrgson making hutlttw grow like grass The the list New land Jone 8r Shelby tre College subject Thought Mr A O Stanley Ken list nt preeent is as follows W W Irvine James B McCreary John A Jlrn Virginia Slapp widow of r Watts Dr Foster Hay jr College subject Our liros George D HHrris C F Buniam James W lucky 11 A Hopes Lies iu Our Homes Mr D htni Mil hVe a snle of prrmm Myers C It Tudor J H Powell 2 Cuperton Thomas Phelps II B tl pnptily at the Dr Huberts VhtCe Bu h Wallace sprlS 3t E W Wiggins Mr Dillingham Thomas S Moberley M Sweets Kentucky Central Unlver iitvjuliject Ideal Republic With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in he- - best New hiiiij Waul J D Feeney li Juelt L Sam H Stone aud W II Letcher Of all the pictures that hamr on When the orations were concluded Mulliuf Taltou Shauks Woik on the Or this number Jotits Iivitie Harris The Ited ltiwr Cane Spring Col Â¬ memorys wall that on the back of York school of art and design in gents garments experienced in the Bjii Phelps Moberley and Stone arc farm Â¬ aud the committee arose to repair to Wjot lege Hul SH tdtrll and citerii in theyartl E Formnii room the cheers a 5 greenback Is the most rare consultation best houses of that city and versed in every detail of the business the Kiiijfton Turnpike Compauy Iirm or- Â¬ on the Lyman lot U in progrest and ers while Letcher is a stock man aud shouts and yells were deafening The New Orleans Picayune work nu thehoue will begin within Dilliugham Is as much farmer ns mer- Â¬ aided by on elaborate stock of gs Zt d endeav Ladles wishing the latest styles in the next two weeks Plsns and speci Â¬ chant McCreary Biiruaniaud Caper friends toof the orators further their friends trimming Mr Tom Itaiiklu of Ruiikiiihville fications have Ween drawn up for ton are Isud owners More than this ored Green will visit the bailees iu the minds of the com- Â¬ in no nalrsmaii for Mr J C Lj ter other hou ea A big majority for the apr4 tf the value of the lht presputed by the mittee by shouting in favor of this Front Hi wife and tleveu children will be railroad will cause au activity all over eleven tsrtild lie materially increased that and the other orator aud the bertiiexi week Blood Elixir is the only the county vO by selecting the richest men who aro re ult was a prolonged and vocl emus X Remedy guaran Â¬ jy in favor of the roml The list was bnbel that no human being could teed It is a positira cure for Dlcsrs Erup I lev Sam Jone the Great Georgia in Demand mude up at random from among ill translate The Committee remained tions or Syphilitic Poisoning It purifies the taigeii4i uil lecture in Hichmoud whole sjiUm and banishes all Rheumatio The Revi Gen Oreeu Clay Smith lich railroad men ajuul the firm of J uur for the benefit out more than ten minutes but the We guarsatea it In tft Ereatly sought after just Union is a good part oi the comity yells and shrieks aud groans continued and Neuralgic pains retuis of tlie Methodlxl Parsonage Sold by W G White Prescription We are putting forth suits equal to the best made in this country now lite Prohibitionists of the State and is the banner Democratic precinct tol Jss W Opwlmi Mlllspoakat have instructed for him as a candi Â¬ but it does not own nil the property causing thoughts of Wall street change Druggist au Anarchist meeting the Sau Lots Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us Vi ion City on Iburaitcy aflenionu date for President of the United States and pay all the taxes Aud we can a Womans Wrighss Convention and A lazy mau nt tlie State election April iih at 2 oclock on tile Iloilroad The Prohibitionist want him to make add that eight nut of the eleven are all that sort of thing while the orators sent over to a South Boston foundry to IYopitfoi Kveryhody iuvited the race for Congress against Con Â¬ Democrats as well ns rich men In looked at their flowers read their cards see If thev could not cast his vote for t gressman B Tli residence of Mr W and wUhed the contest over Grm Sterling Baptist McCreary The Mt favor of the railrosd him Boston Bulletin church have called Latek Since the above was put In The committee itturhed aud Judge ley this place cume near burning on last Friday The mantle with every him to officiate as pator at that place type w lenru that Mr Alexander Richard read the following report Neck Wear Cuffs-- Collars Handkerchiefs Shirts laundried and VtV your committee thing mi it including the cluck was he has received pressing calls to can- Â¬ fribble the largest tax payer in the beg leave to Â¬ vas in Iowa and Michigan fur the Pro county is for the road He pays on rejxirt that we have recognized the burned unlattndried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc hibition cause lie is tire recipient of 147530 We can therefore take from Importance of the Inter Collegiate Work will begin on the new hotel enough invitations to assist in meet- Â¬ the above list five names aud in their Oratorical Association and that great at au early day All the burnt dU ing throughout Texas Tennessee place put Mr Tribble making seven good may accrue from it That we trct bus been ptirciiaMiI except the and tSeorjjiSj to take up a whole jear men who pay as much tax as all Union have lstmed with profound attention ilgK and tliv plans and specitica of his time However he still sticks We hope that we wont be accused by to Â¬ the orations of the evening and li ma adopted to hi little church in Boyle county our good Union friends of advocating a pronounce them without production of Con- Â¬ in great quantity and variety from the cheapest to the most and finds time enough to do lots of tax that only pnupcrs and bondhold Â¬ merit gracefully and effectively de-Â¬ V T E1 wnrdc grocer ou Fint Mr bassfishlug in the Cumberland elegant embossed gilt ers advocate livered That we have found the de- Â¬ fttreet made an alignment ou last cision difficult to render but have Thursday for the ben ell t of liir credi- Â¬ Court of Claims IHTM awarded the first prize 30 In gold Look at This tors to Mr C H Plgg He expects to Fl X IV IN Tlie Court adjourned until tomorrow be running again in a short time I HI J P Simmon perhaps the largest to Mr Luclan D Noel tho represen- Â¬ Tremendous to fix the county levy and transact tax payer iu Kirksville precinct is for tative of Centre College When the toboggan season fairly Framptoii Collins who other busiues Cor Main anil Second Sts Richmond Ky applause The second prize 5120 iu apllS tf For general purposes the road opens we shall expect to see a revival recently farmed a pirliierbliip in tlie S5C0 were appropriated For turn Â¬ W C Talbott one of the largest tax Â¬ gold we award to Mr D M 8weets or the snug The Girl I Left Behind ae of pismrx organs c disbolvrd pikes 6000 payers iu Union precinct is for the representing Central University Me Exchange partnership ou last WednestNy and Here the applause became so wild Poor house keeper elected John road Air Framptoii and family left at once was omitted and Hill physician Dr J WHarris James T rliDckelnrd Thomas J that the benediction The Nobbiest Nedkwear in town ff home receiver James Nolaud jail physician J C Lytek tf Smith aud W R Letcher are for the Mr Sweets wits carried from the chap- Â¬ Just received el on the shoulders of his enthusiastic road Mayor Mitchell rijuesls us Jto soy Dr John F Cnriielh nti Hats and all other goods regardless N Railroad bonds amounting L Gen C M Clay one of the largest admirers niB t emphatically tint ho will not ie tf of cost NOTES J C Lyter tax payers iu Foxtown precinct is for a catidIate Uv re election Mr Mitcb to 73000 were paid oil and destroyed coupons Tills leaves a the road The orations were all good was a el has made a KmhI Mayor at d there also 3930 in In the chivalrous days of old when The largest tax papers in Million general remark are many who would like U tee him balance of 39755 but the commission- Â¬ they tried a knight they always select- Â¬ sufficient money in hi precinct are for the road Gen John M Echols of Confederate ed 11 jury of his spears Washington re elected but if he wont have it lie er renrts hnuds to pay said anion ill The largest tux payers in Ellistnn fume was seated on the rostrum wunt Critic The Court psld oil and destroyed precinct are for the rojd Prof J G White Professor of M College was oviugtnu fc Mitchell the merchant 4J00u of Kentucky Central Railroad Shirts cheaper than you can buy the The largest tax papers in Yates pre Â¬ Mathematics in A Hiltrs and clothier cloth el ew here J C Lyter aprlS t present hav 250 croquet bond cinct are for the road Bete both complete and elegant which This leaves the present railroad dent Mr Alexuuder Tribble the forges Ex Congres man John D White was I dont know anything tiltnut card they purie giving away to their fif the county from all sources SiOCOO tax payer in the county is for the in the audience ami the one who toe-- hv a heart xs combined debts of the L road Col John O Crnddock of the ruttutner wiiluu the next two weeks The S bee their extensive aunoiiucemeut and K C were 725000 and all but was 011 the rostrum black as the ace of spmles Harpers John D Hants next to the larget elaewlieie has been paid and not tax pajer io the county is for the the 40000 There were two hundred students Weekly road from other colleges rresent and they been felt 11 iiiiiiii nrn Mr A D Knox representing the Ynu can buy a suit or n pair of C F Domain James W Caperton would holler and the lamous Rebel Â¬ Mutual Henetit Life Insurance Com pants at your own price Pants for John Bennett Sam Stone A R Bur yell istame beside that of the studes A Rare Opportunity pany of New Ark New Jerey is nam John Speed Smith Henry Har Mr Sweets had ouly four weeks fat men pants for lean men As tnuy be seen by his ndverlise tf lUchmoiHi doniK J C Lyteb His company gis John Taylor and Pal Ballard are practice dM a the iargeKt btMineas of any in tnetit Pmf AInuzo Tiipp of Boi ton for the road The ushers were Mes rs It W Mil- Â¬ Eawycrs always ready to bring new Kentucky He ha taken some twelve the widely known traveler author James B McCreary C D Chenault ler C II Breck Jr J F Harding on recent European events suits Tailors are not New Orleans risks here and mill they come See and lecturer Wm M Irvine David Irvine H B R G Diuglas J N Sanders and A ami celebrities may be expected to Picayune the big ad elsewhere Dillingham J H Powell Newland P Gregory give shortly in Richmond a course of Jones li M Bright SS Parkee and his Descriptive Series with personal The Totvb cieck The C I St L C Ry sell through Silas T Green are for the road PERSONAL of the prominent actors tickets to all points via all routes and The winding chain nf the xtrikiug reminiscences Collector T 8 Brouston is for the weight of the Court house clock broke JDeluding the momentous Eastern ques road Mr I C Parrith of Hunts Ky was checks baggage through to destination present and the present past and aprI8 6t on Monday Charley Searcy Is for the road forenoon and went ion here last week through with a crash to the third floor German Crisis threatening tlie peace Mr Brutus J Clav one of the large colnied Mr Talton Embry Jr of Wichita A good motto for a liniment Alls Mucking down coiiriderable plaster Â¬ of Europe illustrated by wealthiest well that ends swell Burlington Frc msps paiuled especially for this series vote agiinst men iu Kentucky will not Kansas was here last week ing and breaking the arm that runs the roml Misses Katie and Delia Spears of Fay Â¬ Press the hauds of the north face Thk Prof Tripp has made his grand theme A T Chenault Tom Phelps and ette county arc visiting Miss Rose Turlcy Climax colled the attention last week a life wutk in circumstances of rare Tom Moberley are for the roid Fresh Vegetables always to be found al of the Court of Claims to the needful advantage for fresh and exact informa Pres Smith Joe Willis and Nath Misses Sue and Pattie McDowell of W M Blounts First Street apr25 tf tion having been an eye witness of condition of the clock Deatherago axe for the road Fayette county are visiting Mrs Dr Jenthe great Paris Revolution of February Squire Green B Millh n wont vote nings A full line of Glass and Chinaware al Â¬ and June 1848 as well as other memNo Curs No Charge ways to be found at W M Blounts First against the road orable events Included iu his couise Dr W B Pigg of Uerea attended the Street O H Cheujult Ik for the rosd aprss tf Dr rjtuart the New York specialist and hi graphic portraitures delivered Central Kentucky Medical Association at U now at the Willi House Richmond L H Wanton aud everybody about before brilliant audiences in all the Lexington last week There is a great deal of blow cliout the College are for the rosd Ky The doctor reads your disease principal cities have been as widely C P Williamson aud everybody Dr H W Bright attended the an- Â¬ the Signal Service officers Boston at sigh asit no questions The doc extolled for fidelity of statement and nual session of the Central Kentucky Post iisu tteen connected with the leading Prof Tripp is ar- Â¬ about the Institute are for the road vlval delineation hf piials on the continent in tlie treat- ranging for a course of three evenings Mat Campbell Green Miller Harri Medical Association at Lexington last MINNESOTA FLOOR ment of disease of longstanding dls to be given to subscribers but it Is to son Miller Joe Maokey Cliff Gilbert week Made from the celebrated Minnesota Luke Williams George Little Bush eaces of women and rectal diseases Dr T J Taylor returned from the be hoped Ibni some local organization Elder Broaddus Dick South on last Thursday where he and his hard wheat Best in the world Give it Will remain 13 daye No Cure no will arrauge with the Professor and Deatherage Rode and Squire Cobb are for tlie road wife had been sojourning for some time a trial W M Blount is agent for Rich- Â¬ charge give our intelligent community the except one mond apr35 tf They visited New Orleans and other cities advantage of a fuller course or tho W VVhite W C Fri ncli Is for the road To make a long story short send II Mrs Taylor remained in Mississippi Her This youtjjj clothing merchant is a whole series Joe Collins Is for the toad to a newspaper editor Hartford Jour- Â¬ health is improved native of Madison county and lias Every Doctor iu town is for the road nal President Stone lived In Richmond for seven or eiicht Dr Foriuun is for the road Anton the Northern Lakes years He succeeded to a Upon a vacancy In the Presidency Â¬ busi Try Japan Tea at W M Blounts he Shelby Irvine is for the road Mis- Â¬ ness as successor to Mr Owen Mclfcee of the Northern Bank of Kentucky Hundreds and hundreds of men of Wiscontiu Minnesota Iowa de- Â¬ makes a speciality of fine Teas and has improved on it materially HU caused by the death of W D Boswell more than we can mention are for the souri and Dakota are hundreds of aprt5 tf lightful places where oue can pass tbe m reputation for fair and square dealing Col Robert- - Blone was appealed to by road summer months in quiet rest and en- Â¬ A mellow dtaniKtist a fuddled play- Â¬ is enviable He can tint aftonl to be the directory una voce to accept the Thousands of men more than we joyment aud returu home at tho end wright Detroit Free Press otherwise than straight good with office His kuown integrity and the iiave room to name aro tor the road term completely rejuven- Â¬ m had managed aud his neighbors and friends Attention skill witbwliicix he Every county officer from Judge to of the heated recurring season brlugs to Give W M Blount First Street a trial ated Each it called to his extensive advertisemen increased his own large estate gave Coroner is for the road Waukesha Beaver order you will find he keeps the best at elsewhere in this irsue the nisliest assurance that the Interest If the road doesnt carry this time Oconomowoc aprss tf Dam Froutensc Okoboji Hotel St the lowest prices of the stockholders and creditors of another election can be litld and still Louif Luke Minuelonka White Bear Railroad Speaking mare that Bonner Pocahontas the the bank would be secure in the hauds another and o on but it will carry by Excelsior Springs and innumerable paid 535000 for ninny years ago Is AH the week sjveeehes have been of himself and the Worthy cashier a thousand ou Saturday other ciwrming localities with ro- Â¬ alive aged 29 yearn It has never made indifferent parts of the country iThuugh in teeble health and hi pri mantic names thousands of our best been possible to get her in foal in u the railroad They vate business requiring all of his time proposition will continue as follows he reluctantly consented to fill the The First Inter Coll estate Association people whose winter homed are on which Bonner has been very unfortueither side of Mason and Dixons line nate as a colt from her would be valu Â¬ Contest Bear Wallow Wednesday April office until the annual election of ofÂ¬ 25th R H Crooke T J Coyle nd ficers with the distinct avowal that Something like n year ago Mr W Elegance aud comfort at a moderate able Indeed as she Is by Ethan Allen A list of dam of the famous pacing marc Poca Â¬ others he could not accept it for a longer It Klmckelford of this place nd Mr cost Bin be readily obtained summer homes with all necessary in- Â¬ hontas Combs IW offle Thursday April time that his own business required Hnrvey Helm of Lincoln counly m 26th J Speed Smith T J Coyle and bis whole time that he was not iu conceived tlie idea of organizing nn formation pertaining thereto is being distributed by the Chicago Milwaukee Excursions others need of the salary aud that he would IntPr Colleglttte Omtorkiil Afwoclatlon St Paul Ruilwity aud will be sent College Hill Wednesday April 2Slti be unwilling to assume the responsi They visited the several neigboring Business men and settlers looking B D Parrish and bility or the position Willi his dis- Â¬ colleges ninl at a meeting of represen- Â¬ free upon application by letter to A V for new location or Investments canÂ¬ J C CltenauIL Carpenter General Passenger leach all principal points in Minneso Edentun PKwey Precinct Wetines tinct avowal his name bus not been tatives held at Iitttingtnn soon there- Â¬ H may22m ta and Dakota at a cost of one fare for Agent Milwaukee Wi lsy April 25th John Taylor l P thought of or mentioned in connec- Â¬ of er nu HSi ocIation was formed Mr the round trip by availing themselves Ballard and others of the excursions announced via the tion with the corning election of the fihaekelfonl became President Mr t The Railroad Manitoba Ry St Paul Minneapolis Foxtown ITniraday April 2tilhGeu President of the bank Many of the C CuIImuti Vice President anil Mr Eectiou 011 next Saturday will carry from St Paul Minn Tickets good C M Clay C Â¬ Mitchell Secretary The Ex 2000 people to T J Trlbblea grocery for 30 days Very low excursion rates friends of theliank no donbt regretted to ruioii City Tiiurtday April 26th hear of tils determination and hope ecutive Committee selected was com on First street to buy tresh tlret class have been made also via this line to V R Shackelford C1 J W Capers on Falls Montana and that his successor whoever he may ixmed as follows groceries cheap Ai buckles coffee 20 Helena good for Great months Further four tickets Kingston Tlmrwlay April 20tb be may prnvo equally faithful aud D M Bwerl of Central Unlverity cents per package it particulars can be obtained by address Â¬ Judee C H Breck Joint Van Winkle I O Oelse of competent Lexington Press ing C H Warren Ueneml Passenger C Meicalf of Speedwell Friday April 27th 8 D Best uncanvassed Sugar Cured Hams Agent St Paul Minn or H E Top Â¬ ilr Stone was formerly a citizen of Centre College J Henry FarrMi Duncan and Breakfast Bacon cant be beat at W per DIt jBaesenger Agent233 South Richmond and is the richeet Wan la Georgetown College uow CJark Street Cblcaj o O Williams Keutucky University M BlountS First Street Breaking at 2 oclock J if aprje-tf- Fayette couuty Impromptu Hop young men o Central THE CLIMAX i Honia liiraed cf Mh SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO I i The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricul- Â¬ tural Stove House Furnishing and Extensive Spring Stock Tinware House in Richmond IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OP KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OP THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR HO R IN THIS TOWN We keep constantly on hand a fere stock of BCILDERS HARDWARE T all kinds as well s IRON anJ BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE Â¬ RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all goods in other lines that we handle Special attention given to furnishing Nails liinges Bolts Ac for To in ceo Barns We are the agents for the mot celeorated DRY GOODS it Farming Implements and Machinery -- W WV SgS5 Choice Silks Henriettas Serges De Boges Cashmeres c c Lace Flounces of all kinds White Goods in great quantity el -- Â¬ Mens Kangaroo Shoes for tender feet at Jack Freemans Merchant Tailorini Freicli We call tte tion to a few that we keep and are agents for The Walter A Woods Twine Bfctdere Reae5 aad Mokm and Mowo The Bucket Twine Binders Rea of them hawing wr Ceiebnited Oliver Chilted Plows The equal They have w Noste setter Meikel Steel Plow and Double Shovels Steel Hill SWe and Turning Plows James II Halls Tlie Celebrated Brcrwm Walking and Ridws CaWvasow ts know HMit is the The Celebrated Big Injun Sulky Flow only has to to best m the market The Kerstone DWc Harrow that is prowaanoed the best h tM The Only Reliable Cora Planter VaasKver Rotary Aefc alt who fcac tsd them At least too of them in c m the eowrty The Evans Corn Drill the only one that has proved a firfcct aaorsw lea etW He old them H forjeats power ad hawd XowesMalt The Celebrated BeH Cky Feed Cirtler be4h Also a hill line of other km ot rtta utnei The Celebrated Old Hickory Farm Wagon We have aUo taken the agency for the Crekr Fertier and Chswleal Gos Fsr- tliaer that is pronounced the best m the United States Try k ok com tskasso potatoes and wheat m fact an thing that grows and any one that wants ask parties Â¬ of all Farming Implement 9 We keep a lit to satisfy himself a regardsthat we sett and who toys mum sati factioR that ttoy gw can t cra c Eilisi an American Suitings uing them Â¬ TROUSERINGS and VESTIItfGS ED TO KEEP GOODS FOR ILL -- Js GENTS FUHMSEUSra GOODS Just received a The Housekeeper can find alt she wants for kitchen or dairy The Farmer can find all he want under our wof Machinery TnMcfca Harries Hay forks Shovels Sc The Carpenter and Builder can fmd alt he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can And the only tsmpkite a task of Jto Horee shoe Nails and Wagon Material in me town We of course cant enumerate aH the goods we handle tot alc alt to come and Tneywwi teeter themselves the stock of goods we keep m our IJ7 toot storehouse find large shipment oi W LDouglas 8200 S300and400 HandJack Freemans I sewed Shoes in Button Lace and gress all widths at apr-18-- WALL PAPERS k THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS run a TIN SHOP in connection with our tonnccc and only employ the Our Mr Gentrv heme a practical mechanic himeeM wM give special attention to all work done in that line ROOFING GUTTERING RE- Â¬ PAIRING C as lie has done in the past mot competent workmen We alwo 4 Our long experience in our business enables us to be well up m it in the way of enables us to buv at the bottom price markets and buying our goods strictly for Dont forget that you can always nod the and that benefit wc give to our customers lowe it prices and the best goods at the old reliable house of ch Mt-K-- SHACKELFORD GENTRY j CO- - 3Itf apr-18-- -- uilijiii apr-18-- From this Date until Tuesday May 8th We will give away 250 ELEGANT CROQUET SETS as follows To anv one buTinS from us as much as Ten Dollars worth of Eeady Made Clothing- Hats or Furnishing - THTD OfTI C H7 T Jj iJClO A OJLJl1 JL Goods we will give a complete four ball Croquet Set Â¬ Dollars worth of Ready Made Clothing Hats or Furnishing Goods we will give a complete six ball Croquet set JL JjjOUli U r TUTP VXL JD To any one buying from us as much as Fifteen To any one buying from us as much as Twenty Dollars worth of Beady Made Clothing Hats or Furnishing Goods we will give a complete eight ball Croquet Set mTTTnn X JbLlJCClJ rTTGnn IjrlJO X td Call and See Our Exquisite Line of Goods h Â¬ else dont buy We And if they are not as cheap as you can get them any where may purchase besides give give you the full value of your money in whatever you Set for yourself give you a handsome Croquet Set If you do not want the Croquet one that would be more it to some friend you could not make a nicer present and offer appreciated Dont let this opportunity pass as we will Â¬ f cost you from 2 to 4 These Croquet Sets where they are kept for sale will Now is the time to get a set FREE FREE FREE 1 a QOVXNGTJQN MITHHELL I W jr T5PW ir DR i OX HONE LHCTORES JiREAD- STl FPS AS TUE SECOND OF THE SERIES BY SLOW EXPRESS FACTS FOR FARMERS t PtllfL OF FUN z - i TO THE Professional Cards ATwilkeT Smith D D -- KEHTUCRYCEHTRALR B THE WTO SMLLICS Dr James Lewis Hon e leoturetl last evening at the Polytechnic Society on Hie suVeot ef Breailstufis it being tlie Hwod leeture of tlie series cm Wlwt We But In opening tle general blraeture ef tlie grains wan xUeH f ami Illustrated by means of tlie Hte Hgiit wllli photographs of grains ami starches In general be fcftW the mtlefcle of a grain coiificts of weedy llbre ainl mineral matter Tlie iww eewttag is of nitrogenous or ttoh pnMlMehtp MJkMHuee while tlie Hrierfer of the grain is March a heat or foree pwdtieer The met widely ued of all grains is wHestt whieh in of uakHoun origin Its extended u e is owing to fevent It Is easily separated from its afarif H yields a large amount of flour K make the lightest breatl awl ttte nnqMM tien of floii frmiiig ami bowe jtrwilueiHg wths tauew is a ttitfaory Mtte fur a foot Wlien gome wbeMt is gitMHtd to flHr f tbe material is VoM and te avoid Ibis n liole wheat flow is MMKettmes used but the rough fts aatrtieles i fcuch Hour simulate the Uwniauti o much that indigestion bwaumeu hwried and iueumpiete For If 1I i I bowever this btiaulutioti is wivawlagoottB Maoearoni and ver luieeNf are matte of lite liuur of tlie wtsettt very rich in in iteoli formeis bimI are very u ltolesoiiH foods Oat meal barley ryt riee ami lutekwlteat were thH de eribed ami charts of utHwoo 41 ton ami food quality bhovui Jm pl5Hg of eorn the lecturer paid that this is tiMiuetly an American kMMl not iutrodtteed into KnglaiHl HWtR tite piMato famine in ISIS Corn i rid Mt fat ami the March is easily titKctiUe and it is but Might Ies utritfcrtfci than wheat if at all Hread was then taken up awl the raMwK thawu to be due to eoibouk mM gaw iwiiwHed ly tbe gluten of tle dimgh Tltat eatfet this te expand immI makes the bread porous Toasted bfcud attd crackers are more digestible fe the atareh te converted largely into dextrine a very easy digestible tub e- Depew Comments 01 th Da illy of Bnctlilk Humor Mr Chauiicoy Depcw was talking Tihile ago with some Now York frlcniH ami the conversation turned btka the donsity of Englishmen in the matter of humor Said Mr Depew laughing over somo anecdote that Some yean had just been related ago I had to make an after dinner speech at the country home of a gonial and wealthy Englishman who II red a hundred miles or so from Loudon I began by apologizing for my lack of preparation on the ground who usually man tho that wrote my extemporanoous speeches had failed to put in an ap-Â¬ Noboily smiled I tried pearance again and that attempt was no more sueoessful than the first In fact every effort made to interest and con- Â¬ vulse the gentlemen gathered about the banquet table scorned to plunge them into doeper and more profound gloom and I finally sat down con- Â¬ vinced that I was a ghastly and grno some failure I went over to Parts ami traveled about the continent for several weeks Then I returned to Loudon and was walking up Regent street when I mot the Englishman who had been my entertainer in the coun- Â¬ try He came tip to me with a burst of laughter As he grasped my hands in his the tears almost ran down his cheeks he was laughing so hard He exclaimed My boy that was a capÂ¬ ital jlke of yours about yonr ex Â¬ temporaneous speech at my banquet Ha ha ha I came all he way up to town to have a lauh wih you about it And lied hi laugh Finally I said to him That was very kind of you You must have come up by the slow eijK ess H looked at me witii an exÂ¬ pression of dwp amaxament and I didnt see him for a week At thvt end of that tims he came up to me laugh Â¬ By Jove ing all over and roared Depew that was a witty thing you sahl to me the other day The slow express Ha ha ha Awl that continued Mr Dopcw goes to show that Englishmen really appreciate humor though they arc apt t be in the rear of the procession X Y HerakL ANTIQUITY OF IRON Clunnc7 fctsuwe wfcotemMMe tailed witii yeast is more barians without iron than that made witii bak Â¬ Iron is found almost everywhere ing powders Tite yeat works by ami has been known so far back that chawgini the ttareli into carbonic acid history fails to tell us when it was gas ami aleoitol sih one third of discovered Homer and Hcsiod refer 1 per eout of tle latter will be found in to the forging of iron On Egyptian sculptures dating from bread Baking powders are generally upward of fifteen hundred years B C i node of eream of tartar and mmIh awd a Mtie btareh This leaves an tltere are rough figures of a kind of aperient Milt in tbe bread which is bellows for tlie forging of tools tho inflation of air being accomplished by eMverted iU an alkali in tite body working cords with the hands which may by continued use occasion dyfcpeffria Tite use of large quantities of ahiwt must be eont idered injurious ttHMgii it is doubtful if traces are nt ammonia is subtly vohtttl hvwl hi tite process of baking and can Mt be eotMidered harmful iu bakiBg The spears of tlie Assyrians were lipped witii iron when they canto down on the children of Israel like a wolf on tite fold and the same people used iron very extensively in the manufacture of saws knives and other tools Pliny speaks of large masses of iron ore in Spain Elba and Syria tho mineral being described by him as in use in tho manufacture of iron and steol and four hundred years prior to this Aristotle describes tho propar tka of the fused steely iron still pre Â¬ pared in India and known as wootz To theRmansisduo tho knowledge of iron over almost the whole of thoir known world None before their ad vent had boen known la Britain The earliest kind of forgo was prob- Â¬ ably simply an excavation on the wind Â¬ ward shle of a hill but the applica Â¬ tion of an ar ificial stream of air doubtless soon foltowedi the blast bd ing produced cither by alternate dila- Â¬ tation ami compression of a bladder or goat kin the mode in nsc in India and to day or ly means of a hollow tube so that thi modern bel- Â¬ lows is but an improved form on those crude contrivances Tbe use of valved single bellows Is attributed by Franqrtiy to the Romans in the fourth century and the double acting bellows is known to have been in use about the seventeenth century Cast iron seems to havo boon in use in tbe fourteenth century as some castings of that date are said to bo still extant in Suss x and in the six Â¬ teenth century cannon weighing as mueh as three tons were cast by John sou Qeldn Dnis WOMEN IN RUSSIA Tlie Hani Woik tixnetett by Peauuita From Their Vtlte and Daughters lite women in Russia do two thirds of the work in tlie country There aro immense wheat oats and hay fields everywhere and in August there is great activity in the country The large raajwity of persons at work are They wear short dresscst womeii plain ami straight and a long piece of cloth over their lieads like Arabs The wheat is sown broadcast and if net cut by tbe women with sickles is harvested with the old fashioned scythe which is a two pound snead and a broad short blade From the soead up to the handle there is a wooden bow something like in ap- Â¬ pearance half of a heavy barrel hoop This bow keeps tlie wheat etc from falling back over the fey the handle aud scattering I have never yet seen a man who would deign to gather up bind and stack tlie wheat or oats when once it was felled The women roust do this while the men do the gentlemanly work al Â¬ though I have seen mauy women cut- Â¬ ting grain with the scythe The neighbors dub together in harvest and help oae another A Russian harvest Â¬ ing rendezvous is quito lively and is the scene of a motley crowd The old men and young boys aud girls with their mothers grand mothers and aged women asssmble at daybrc ak Tticro arc a nurubor of horses on which are carried water food and extra imple- Â¬ ments The horses the boys and men ride while the okl women walk They always carry the scythes forks and rakes back and forth every day and work as long as thero is daylight and since it is daybreak fat 3 a in aad not dark until 930 p m the hours of labor aro loug Moscow Zef a Hrd Some Facts About the Molt Useful of All Metal 4 Iron is king We can cto without gold and sjJrer but we would be bar-Â¬ Car-tumu- li- twders The next lecture will bles and Fruits WSIXTBORATIOX be ou Vegeta- Â¬ OF RANCHES Well-Inform- ed rs f I A Wotttana paper says HoekmeH now recognize the fact that tite business of cattle raising hi MwHtatta must be etttnlueted upon a iHffuint 4an from that heretofore foMoued by targe herd owners They And titemtlves confronted with a dif htreMt NMMiitioM of things from that which exMed a few years ago ami to be uuoeiUi ful iu their ealiiug Ihey find R Heee ary to eall a italt and rftape their bminoui in tite liite of this change Tfcs territory - being eottMnntly trav-ort-by railroads mK Iters are whi staMtly eaHtting iu ami ihHtiug the gMt mttges Hhli iHMttes villages aitd towns and embryo eil-K- are hiringing up where great herds ronmed Htiino ieted in fact an agKttt sive eiviliKa tion is making ih eif fell in iteurl every portfctu of this vast territory inn- - nowever is uui tite beginning of tin end ritousands of eastern bome fceekers are iH eprittg to move uimmi tlie unoccupied domain itf lite territory and tlie time hj near at hand wfteu every fot of agricultural la ltd will be leeHtiug with active indutrktue jiros oT course Tliis leruus farmers hnms tite euUiug nt of ranges and the Hmitiug of their area It means the reduethMt of tite oise of Iterds ami tttut itrovkhm be made to carry thorn safe through unfavorable w inters It moatts more attention to btinsk but Â¬ ter beef and an increased trfit on the amount of money invested in tlie bmhitnu This is indeed true Tlie period io nhH - but eurely atroacti iug wheu the industry of cattle raising m the plains and in tite natural jtarks of the West will be conducted in a manner entirely different from that of the past lieeatfe or more With the westward movement of enterprising former and t mall feeders to reclaim the vast expame of country that in our hoai by dao was known only s 1h groat Amerieau desert the ranch nun tltat owns a Hrlp of ground MfoNg the line of a stream and eon tbe grazing land for miles back must make way The long stretches of wire fencing in many plaees erect- Â¬ ed on government laud must go The tjftem of branding calves in tlie spring and rounding up the cattle tbe next saM must give plaee to the better methods employed in the order set Â¬ tled districts Tlie present ranchmen are not htw to perceive the coming cf tots new order of things aud will jtrwhabiy accept the f ituation grace- Â¬ fully and If wiee will adopt meas Â¬ ures to sueeetefolly eorajtete with the energy and enterprise of the new mcr Tltere la certainly room in the great belt of land west of the Mis- Â¬ souri river for countless small rauchm and forms Mid If properly couduoted those engaged therein may rest assur Â¬ ed of sueeexs Not the least impor Â¬ tant of the changes will be the im Â¬ provement Iu the quality of cattle It uot only requires as mueh care to raise and feed a bunch of common barn Â¬ yard sfeerfc as It does a like number c f thoroughbreds or good grades but In tbe matter id actual exense the LtiHHee is against the common cattle because a given quantity of fod prop- Â¬ el ly placed before blooded animals of real merit will more readily assimilate and produce tite requisite fat demand Â¬ ed Ly butehers The time will eurely Come when cattle from the far West w ill command as good a price in East Â¬ ern markets as du our best natives to day As R Is at present there is a dif ference iu favor id the latter of SI 60 to St per cwt or 18 to SSI for a 1200 lb steer which is a good weight for a ranger The demand from those lo Â¬ calities for pure breeds of cattle to lrnig the slock In a higher level of real worth will sorely be uitmssed in an increased raIo during the next live years Cuttle raising in the TerritoÂ¬ ries will thus aud not otherwise o ti tuiue to be as it has been a practice hie ami satisfactory industry i- ih Ui ttr A hail storm visited a Nebraska town reotmlly and demolished half of tlie wiadows in the place In the midst of the storm the local band was called together in tho humor Â¬ ous spirit of th West to play Hail tlie CoaqHeriHg Hero Comes Tid BiU Wife Is it true hubby that alcohol wilt lake stains out of silk HHsband Yes dear Wife Well pleaee breatl i J on these grasc spots theres a darling Town Topics Â¬ Aw old law is extant which imposes a ii ic of of tobacco on a man if lie self fro n ch reh for una out arard xeuse in Virginia fifty pounds absents him Â¬ month with Â¬ DnriHg a hailstorm at O den if ST hailstones as big as duoks eggs fell striking down and tilling many bogs sheep and oattie and injuring ethers that the Poms jubilee gifts foit up lo at Joan 15 30000 worth of alt sorts of valuables iooludiiig wines and tobacco is estimated It Corn is tho only crop that can all AsbelwMn a bonfiro ajidtasquare be fed back on tho farm says a South moalaloyiwlll tako thoyornicrufIia Judge burns himself half to death Carolina farmer Tho young m in who pays strict Tho successful farmer is tho thorough farmer who understands attention to tho church boll has a good farming principles and practically ap- Â¬ many chances of escaping tho polico wagou gong LouisvUU Courier Journal plies them Cesspools hog wallows and dock- How about that nolo Robinson ponds in close proximity to wells are Ive had It liable to defile the water and aro num- Â¬ I hold of yours Brown bered by physicians and observing so long that whiskers aro boginning Why dont Brown people among prolific causes of sick Â¬ to grow on it j you get ness in rural districts it shaved then Ninety days Sco that Justice Tosting the store of field and gar- Â¬ Prisoner All den seeds is good winter work and fellow gets a bath can bo dono by the kltchon stove right J idge I dont mind tho wasli Place one hundred seeds on a flannel ing only so I aint ironed afterward Harpers Bazar or blotting paper laid on sand in a saucer and cover with blotting paper George if Idle promise Mary What is it then moisten the whole and keep them mo ono thing Gjorgo The number ger- Â¬ Mary moist and warm Mary That you will marry Why I minating will show tho percentage ot Emma Wilkins George good seed Mary thought you hated her Mary The water given a horse should I do George I want to got cvou Do not have a well in tho with her be pure Life barnyard for the wash will soak Into Young Mr Wabash to Mi3 Waldo It and polluto the water If a run- Â¬ of Boston at a dancing party Will ning brook of clean water bo conven- Â¬ you favor mo with two or three rounds ient load the horse to drink from it Miss Waldo Miss Waldo an ad Â¬ A good cistern can be made of a largo mirer of JohnL of courso Certain- Â¬ hogshead 6unk half way into tho ly Mr Wabash with ploasurc Or if ground and tho water from the barn vou like wo will conlinuo it to a fin- Â¬ roofs led into it will bo preferablo for ish Y Shh tho horso3 than very cold woll water Tom whatdocs Farmer B irlow A good many feeders advocate that sign say Tom It says Green grinding the cob with the corn Prof grocors father Farmer Barlow Stewart who is an cxcclont authority Stop right here Tom and hitch tho says that when the cob is finely old marc Ive beon looking for that ground it is evenly mixed with tho kind of a grocer all tho morning I cornmoal that taken thus into tho guoss wo can work off our last Detroit stomach of tho animal it separates springs limed eggs here tho con centra oil food of the cornmoal Free Press Is made more porous nnd all is far A Irishman who had come over to better digested and thus keops the New York was bdug shown animal in belter health than when fed around the city by hs cousin At last on pure comment reaching the magnilicent St Patricks Fall pigs are claimed to entail less Cathedral Paddy stopped and ex- Â¬ Yes labor than spring pjgs as they can bo claimed That beats tho divil This Paddy that was the original inten- Â¬ fed and cared for iu tho winter is true to a certain extent but much tion Merchant Traveler depends upon tho age of tho pig on What papors have you got the approach of cold weather If ex Â¬ asked a passenger a a young man pected to pass through tho winter they boarded tho train at Bad Egg Ariz should Lc from early litters or they with a bundle under his arm I will Lc stunted in growth should tho dont know as its any of yonr busi- Â¬ season be severe Septcmbor farrowed ness but if a possycomatus for Bill pigs will ba old enough to keep over Young a niandymani for Sweep- Â¬ to the second year stake Fearing and a uol prosiqui for Trimming an apple trco docs not old Uncle Hank Ehlrcdgo interests mean that one must go into tho orchard you any thems it rcib and hack away with an ax i aud saw Pro- Â¬ In the Chemical Laboratory simply to cut away a certain propor- Â¬ fessor vrhat has become of Tom Ap tion of wood but tho tree should bo plcton Wasnt ho studying with tho evenly trimmed and no limbs removed class last year Ah yes Appleton except such as may bonefit tho tree by poor fellow A lino student but ab-Â¬ being cut oK Where a limb has com- Â¬ sent minded in tho use of chemicals menced to decay It should be removed very that discoloration on tne ceil- Â¬ -- Yes however as it may bo caused by dis- - ing Notice it Thats Etpcciallr is this nccossary him ease Tid Vils with pear trees which arc subject to THE LIMEKILN CLUB blight husbandman of Mottoei Axioms ami Watcu TVonH for A forehanded Westorn New York whoso land is level j the Wall o 1ariJiso Uall or only slightly rolling draws manure I Upon the opening of tho meeting Brother Gardner announced that the in winter as fast as made and broad casts it upon bare ground or not more following mottoes sayings watch- Â¬ than sx inches of snow in fields in Â¬ words aud axioms had been handed tended for hoed crops next season He in during tiio wcok to replace thoso destroyed in the raid three weeks has persisted in this practice for years and makes the remnrkable statement since Look up in Farm Life that tone load so applied Is equal in effect to three at loast Put year ear lo the ground Moreover ho gets spread iu spring Protect our lambs Da man who is in debt has got just Id tnuch work ont oi the way during a comparatively slack time handcuffs on Da eagles Hies higlu but hos DAIRYING ON FARMS mighty poo catin Bow It CinBa IMi Profitable in Mora Industry am do doorway to suc- Â¬ Than On fiespect cess Dairying and pasturing havo been Life should hov its roses but cab- Â¬ so long considered as ouo and tho bages alius command a ready salo an same occupation that but fow farmers afar price will venturo to engage lit the former Doant worry about what sort o without first devoting a large portion drape you ar gwine to wer in of the farm to grass upon which the Heabcn You may not git dar cows may be allowed to grazo during Samo folks am so powerful honest tho day When this method is changed dat when you git frew tradin wid feeding at tho barn yard for that of em you haint got nuffii left it is termed soiling tho cows iron A man who has no better uso fur those who do not believe soiling can himself dan to becomo a reservoir fur bo dono profitably involuntarily prac poo whisky orter hev bin bon to take tico tho soiling method to a certain up less room in de world extent during the winter season for It ar easy nuff to forgive cvory at that time the snow covers the body when you die fur j ou am gwino pasture ground nnd compels tho dairy Â¬ to a place whar you cant pay off any man to prepare tho food for tho grndgos cows and giVo them his attention in Natur1 saves some men from gittin tho barn yard Tho principal objec-Â¬ drunk by makin a fulo of em on tho tion to soiling is that is requires start but a feller slips past her now a large outlay for extra labor an den yet there is as much profit Wives airnin six bits a day at de derived from winter dairying as there wash tub never strike Dat am left is during the summer The real benefit to husbands airnin twolvc shillings a is in the saving of manure which is day at sunthin easy f tho roost important occupation on the If you want to Keep a nian poo farm and the expense of providing all his life lcthinvuhdereStandtlat his long fonces Is done away with Prac- Â¬ credit is good wid do grocer an tical cxpenmonts show that by the aid butcher of the manure saved when soiling a Human natur ar liable to mis- Â¬ sufficiency of green food can bo grown takes but de polico hev got so dey on a Small plat to feed quite a number want fust class cxplanashun of how of cows as well as to provide a belter dem chicken fodders got into do back varioty of food and secure greater yard yields of milk and lntter Prof Slow Whaeber we do is jisfc- right art in his book on feeding animals What oddor folks do kin be criticised mentions how to feed four horses and from a dozen standpoints seven cows fer fifteen days on tho food Doan seem to us wo would bark grown upon forty rods of ground and quite so much if we was a dog an yit no has estimated that forty tods oi we doan car who am disturbed when ground will produce enough to equal wo tako a fit to whistle or sing De- Â¬ the summer feeding of one cow but troit Free Press sets aside half an aero in clover as the allowance for a cow during tho sum Â¬ A COMING ATTRACTION mer Ths result is not the experi Â¬ ment of a single season but Discovery of One or the Plain Kind or Hoys work the of fourteen years Id like to have you see my boy which devoted to soiling by method tho cows givo twenty per cent said a gentleman to a well known day I more milk than when kept on pasture theatrical manager tho olh and rye clover orchard grass timo Â¬ think it would pay you to put him be- Â¬ thy green oat and fodder corn with fore tho public Infant phenomena are played out ground grain when required compose was tho roply- - I the daiiy diet The system is one that my dear sir dont think we can do any business to- Â¬ permits of the gradual accumulation of wealth in tbe annual increased fer- Â¬ gether But you see my boy tility of the soil and though extra Pianist I suppose That schemo may bo necessary yet it is mora labor effectual in operation as it is not dis- Â¬ has been worked for all its worth Bat he never touched a piauo in tributed over a largo space conse- Â¬ quently there is economizing in haulÂ¬ his life Cornet player then I supposoV ing loads to great distances over the He fields Soiling may not be profitable mow donfknow a coruotfrom a hay to thoso who have plenty of pasture Plays thevioliu I presume No and large tracts of land but it will money inthaLsir enable those having limited areas lo Ho dont play any thing engage in dairying when by the Oh boy actor then of course My pro er application of labor they may dear fellow try to got tho notion out realize larger profits than those who of his head t v I deroto more land to dairying but ad Buhodontct hero to the pasturage system Phila- Â¬ AK then hes an elocutionist Of delphia Record all tho curses to bocioty an infant c- lFear in Germ Diseases But ho isnt an elocutionist Epidemic cholera is undoubtedly an Sings oh There aro dead loads disease infections caused by the of boy sopranos and while don t I growth and development of enormous want to hurt your feelings numbers of microscoplo organisms He dont sing which as they grow produce a deadly Well what in thunder doos ho do poison which does its fatal work What is he Boy juggler Chess- Â¬ through the nervous system It is of player Lightning calculator Jig course out of tbe question for fright dancer Gymnast lo pioluco the special nticrobo of Why ho dont do any thing Asiatic cholera but it is a matter of particular Has just ouo of the in old common observation In every epi- Â¬ fashioned kiud of hoys wo used to demic of this disease that thoso hayc years ago aud I thought-p-- most frightened at tho prospect of My dear sir Lring him around taking it were sure to become its vic- Â¬ this afternoon and I guess wo can tims As Bain observes foar upsets agree on terms Great Scot This is the dlgcstio- - and it Is well known a streak of luck that the cholera microbe can do no The boy will shortly make his ap- Â¬ damage while tho digestion is in good pearance If it doesnt developo into condition Tho relation between fear a phonomonon bpforo the arrange Â¬ and cholora is then a coso ono and ments aro completed F A Stearns We know too in Tid BUs of easy explanation litllo about tho habits of the para sltos which produce small pox yel Â¬ A Useful Animal low fever and many infectious dis Â¬ Lady of tho l o use to now servant eases to ju Ige Iiow it may happen that fear adds grcaly to tho danger of tak- Â¬ What do yon mean by giving that dog ing them yet it is well known that that good meal 1 do It to oucourngo the poor ani Â¬ such terror often plays an important part in producing an attack The mal Eicourago him to do what process is ossontially a physical one To keep on helping mo to wash tho in which bodily functions aro first disordered through the feelings giv Â¬ dinner diihas clean I dont hav3 to ing ready entrance to the microscopic wash thorn hardly at all ho licks them foes of our race SL Louis Qlobc so clean Texas Sifling i Lady faints Dcmocrat -I - S PEOPLE OF above Second OFFICE Main street two doors june22 tf BLUE GBASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Itoute FROlt - J C MORGAN D D S North son National Bank Richmond Ky e niTffc Mam KtreeL over Madi CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALT POINTS IABIS AND junett MfflTBLii STANDARD O DR J M POYNTZ Bast West and Southwest BETWEEN BURGEON AND PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street next to june22tf Whites Drug Store JOHN WILKB Will make tbe treason of 8 Lexington and Cincinnati Schedule in Effect Jan 20th SOUTH BOUND Covlugton Lve Falmouth Lve Cyntblann Arr Paris Arr Lexington Lve Parts Arr Winchester Ex Hun 830 an lacoj ara NO 2 1SSS a -- ef McKee Othei Counties W G W EVANS M D L DOUGLAS SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN OFFICE Hecoud street junt22tf No 4 Dolly No Ex Sun TAYLOR DR I wish to return my most uncere thanks GENTLEMEN Medicine and Surgery liberal patronage during the past for their Practitioner in The onlv fine calf t Seamless Shoe in RICHMOND KY 17 or 18 years and hope that in the future the world made without tacks or nails OFFICE Second streetover Dykes in a measure prove As stylish and durable as those costing as in the past may june22t Grocery Store worthy of the same 5 or 6 and having no tacks or nails to wear tne stocking or nun me leei manes ML I beg leave to announce for the coming them as comfortable and well fitting as a DR JOHN and shall hand sewed shoe Buy the best None season that I have purchased MAIN STREET stamped on bottom W keep daily the largest and most select genuine unless Next Door to Luxnns Up Stairs u Uougias f 3 snoe warrantea stock in every respect that has ever been 1 SHOE the original Residence at Wints nouse W L DOUGLAS junu 22 tf shown in this vicinitv and at prices that and onlv hand sewed welt 4 shoe which absolutely equals custom made shoes costing from 6 S3 SllOe T J Ive FOSTER Arr HIcliinoiMl Arr Lancaster Arr Stanton 5 pm 30 pm 3 P yi pm am 1014 pm 1105 1140 ara kxjo pm 5Uorpm 1230pm 1130 pm fcw pm 119ft am loess p 530 pm 1135 pm 113s pm 65 pm 300 pra T to pm jP KlclimonU Arr Bere Arr Livingston- NORTH BOUND Ive 510 pra pm j05 pm 390 pm S45 P 6coo No I No 1 No 5 tofo DEFY COMPETITION In fact I have bought so many goods that unless we have a genuine boom I am liable to have a good many left unsold so I commence the CUT in time Nice Wall Paper worth 15 cents now Nice new gilt paper from 15 cents per roll upwards Curtain Poles in 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 o years in the mixing and spreading of paints I think I can claim to know something about Paints 10 cents Â¬ W L DOUGLAS 250 SHOE is unex celled for heavy wear 2 SHOE is worn by W L DOUGLAS all Boys and is the best school shoe in the world All the above goods are made in Con gress Button and Lace and if not sold by your dealer write W L DOUGLAS Brockton Mass Agent Richmond Ky JACK FHEEMAX febi 6m Offers bis professional services to the public Office in drug store on lower Main jaly27 ly Street Richmond Ky DR PHIL ROBERTS DR U C AMBROSE PETSIC Tl IsT FORD KY Office hours 2 to 4 oclock In tbe ternoon June 22 tf af- Â¬ Lve LlvtHgtton- - too am mcij am Lve nren 1145 am Arr itlehmoiHl Lve sstaiiforu 720 am Lve Kk am Arr Hlclinioml- - 1100 am Lve ItlclimoHd 130 p Arr Winchester MS P1 733 am Arr run- - - 35 P S30 am Lve Lexington -- yoo p 725 am 300 pm Lve IarlH S3D am 350 pm 06 P Lve Cynlhlaiia 859 am 430 pm Lve Kal mouth 451 P HC03 a 515 pm 6eoo pm 1135 am Arr Covington jopm Ijncler MAYSVILLE NORTH BOUND Lve Covington BRANCH No II No 9 Dally Datly Ex Sun Ex Sun 735 a W T SEXSMITil M D B WALLACE PHYSICIAN Offers AND SURGEON Richmond or the Irvine t r e mont Bhtcher wilt stand at a living colt nd John Wilkes a with usual privilege of return mare k not parted with Ahnont Btuchcr Standard re mile trac z 249 trial a slow j fall brother to FirU Call 2 ji AlmcRi Btocher is a seal I May 3oth 1880 hao one white f and one m fmnt 15 hands s weighs 1100 pound when n tion Sired by Athlete sire r f F Isaac G 226 At set 2r2i c 235 Athlone 3 year old 23 year oM 24K Geneva Maul 2140 May Josephine 4 s ear cart and Matty other tht - r- Athlete by Ahnont 33 b Abdailah 15 fey Rydk Ha r to Ahnont Stackers ttd m Lai r dam of First Call 221 4 b r Betlfoander No 63 and Gill 227 and the dams 01 ten rj Lady Bhtcher is a remarWai le s She ha produced w dttcer and all of them show a high nr but two have had a days trai very fast road mare here Richards BelHbnnocr by Hi-s-i ---- Trajnor ij2 r WHITE HALL KY public his professional services BUIXBER AND 1 DR T J FAIN he public Office at Poivell Aug 17 tf Lexington- to the Part aug17 iyr Arr Mlllersbarg Carlisle Johnson Maysvllte SOUTH BOUND Lve Mays vl He -- M JolinNxiWMWMH CartkJe Mlllersourg Lexington Covington jxo pm 435 pm am 530 pm by Messenger K3S 853 ami 547 P en pm Almont Bluehers 2nd dam V 910 a mm a P TS p Vermont Boy son of Hills Blac a r1045 - byBhtchcrby Doroc Bluclicr Young Millers Damsel by Hax not pay to buy a cheap mixed paint that has no reputation Because on the market Why the same has never been tested bv Is prepared to do alt Kinds of long use and that alone is a fair BUILDING AND CONTRACT test for a good mixed paint We WORK have a mixed paint from GO cents per gallon up to our AT THE MOST It does UNION CITY KY Offers lib professional services to Parrislis No W No Ii Dally Dully Ex Sun Ex Sun 535 am 1230pm 6C30 a m 135 pm 724 am rvf pm 748 am 241pm 815 am via pm 915 am kmib CONTRAGTOR M C Heath HEATH J F Coknelison C0RNELIS0N Arr lnrlq No 1135 am fcoopm Practicing Physicians KENTUCKY RICHMOND professional services to the offer their 4jsnly public STRICTLY PURE LINSEED OIL PAINT -- Reasonable and in tlie best manner Hates Â¬ ar 15 leaves Lexington 800 p m rives Paris S142 p m No 8 leaves Covington 450 p ra arrives Falmouth 650 p m No 7 leaves Falmouth 600 a ra arrives Covington 800 a m Â¬ Daily Except Sunday NOTE Trains 3 aud are dallv betwm Winchester Lexington ami Cincinnati other trains are daily except Sunday Direct connection is made at Winchester with Chesapeake nnd Ohio for Mt Sterling Ashland Ilunllngton Charleston W Va Hint Kaxteru rillea FAST LINE Nos 3 nnd run via Wln ehosterSoIid Trains with Pullman Sleeping Can between Cincinnati and Uiehmnmf Va and Winchester and Washington II C Through Tickets anil Itaegage Cheeked lo any destination reached by u railroad For full particulars address or call on any agent of the Company or K TI BACON S F B MORSE Trav Pasnr Agt Jen PanVr Agt Covington Ky Lexington Ky H E HUNTINGTON FBCARRAgt Richmond Ky Geul Manager General Offices Covington Ky that has been on the market and in use for over twenty years all over the United States and Canada and stands at the head of nil other mixed paints for beauty of finish covering qualities and durability Every package FULLY GUARANTEED to give entire satisfaction Prices extremely low quality considered GEO M He is a DR GILES HARRIS thoroughly educated Carpenter WACO KY and builder and those contemplat- Offers his professional services to tlie ing building will do well to secure public jan4tf an estimate from him Office at his residence on Hallie DR S M LETCHER Irvine Street PHYSICIAN AND SURHEON Tune22 tf RICHMOND Office ou I FAEM for SALE KENTUCKY janly First Street I wish to sell privately that portion of PHYSICIAN and SURGEON my farm known as the Owens place four INTERIOR DECORATOR miles from Red House station Kentucky RICHMOND KY Painting and Paper Hanging Com Central Railroad Madison county on the oecouu eireei uui uuuriu road leading from Otter Creek to Muddy petent workmen sent to any part of the WhiteV Drug Btore country Work done in most artistic man Creek The boundary contains Special attention given to Microscop- Â¬ ner and at most reasonable rates marytf J Acve-i tf ical aud Chemical examinations of having a good tissues aud fluids of the human body and is well improved house citern garden barn and other out- Â¬ buildings gKxl fences and an abundant supply of never failing water All of the PARRISH land is in blue grass and has been for twenty five years The entire tract can Attorneys At Law be plowed with ease and is suitable for tobacco Can sell either fifty or one RICHMOND KY hundred acres The land is limestone Special attention given to nbstracllng with ash sugar tree and walnut timber titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky Terms easy B E OfThe In Climax building R P McCORD Comer Main nnd ejecond Streets up Red House Ky mch2i tf June 22 tf stairs WILLG1NG H W BRIGHT M D sire of Ethan Allea 2251 Lacr Yoang America 223 etc yi C thoroughbred Almont Blaeher is a very hirn- perfect horse promises to be a and speed his produce arc Ian- with perfect legs and feet an 3 s turn of speed with excellent d p Three of Bhtchers produce I a worked some little for speed s Tickler and the West filly A could beat 3 minutes in their form and were handled ei yearlings and Speedmont couU u mile in 1 i5 with ease the oilier t their mile in 242 and 43 anJ 7 for Soo cash Otheri of good all of which are from n mares Almont Btocher has races and never lost a heat v He is a 3 months training his colts as well as his brexr he will transmit the same sire Athlete transmits spec Lady Blucher transmits spi 33 his grand sire transmits g sire Alexanders Abtlallah t speed his g g g sire Rjsdk si tontan transmits speed so tncre 11 -- -- i missing link All ELSE FAILS Best Conga Srmp-- Tastea good Uso in mse sola py druggists CUBES WHERE 03 Land Almont Blucher is a show hors 2s as a trotter having been sh v c times and got six 1st premurr- twice Fine Carr rages TURNER 1 believe Pisos Cure for Consumption saved my life A IL Doweia Editor Enquirer Eden ton N C April 23 1887 JOHN WIIaKES re By Red Wilkes sire of 13 wfrom 216 to 230 1st dam by Mi- den by Mambrino Patchen t sons and the sire of ui r perfonners and his mares have twenty five peribfiners in 2 j 0- and sire from to Mambrino Patchen have sired t -- i two li ctr-thirty-- pt 2i 2i4- 5 BUILDERS KENTUCKY AND Attorney ai Zaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE with V F nam on First Street A E T BURNAM The best Cough Medi- Â¬ cine Is Pisos Cube fob Consumption Children take it without objection By all druggists 25c CURES WHERE CARRIAGE aprl tf WORKS GONTRAGTOES Pjiopjuetok The undersigned would respectfully an- Â¬ nounce to those contemplating building that they are prepared to contract for R Rur June 22 tt JOHN DONELSON Attorney at Law RICHMOND KENTUCKY J A SULLIVAN Best Cough Syrup Tastes good U20 In time Sold br druggists lit ELSE FAUS Real Estate For Sale Buildings OFFICE 011 Firet street same as Satisfaction guaranteed Estimates made free of charge Plans formerly occupied by Couuty Judge A farm of 106 acres 4 miles fmm oct6 ly Miller Richmond on the Lancaster pike furnished on application on short notice LONG COLEY Well improved with good water For terms inquire of Joe Bush Contractors and Builders marl Mm aprntf SCOTT of Every Description t i Charley P two years 233 Lennie tv ri Lulu Patuie 233 Orphia 227 years 237 Dynamite z 2 L 29 son c Second dam by G Is --r mont of Bonner Bo 1 2 z 3 the dams of the King 2294 Gr Wilkes 226 and a number of otT- John Wilkes is 16 hand high a be ful bay with two white feet bcLxd ir heavy mane and tail and as a show t has taken premiums at Richn Louis and every place where z of Silveron 219 shown TJ Attorney at Law RICHMOND Office on Second KY Street June 22 tf WW 1 rU D 5 C S t Til Clot AT McKEES OLD STAND L p Cor First and Mam Streets Richmond Ky has revolutionized thi- world during the last halt century Not least ntnnn thfi wftmlAm nf Ofllce mi Second Street June 22 tf Inventive progress la a method and syotetn of work that can be performed all over the couutry without nepnratlnx the workers A from thlr homes Pay liberal any one can do the work either sex young or old no Bpcclal ability required Capital you are started free Cut this outnot needed return Will practice in Madison nnd adjoining lousand wewill send you free and something of great value and Importance to you thai counties mm in the Court of Apjieali will fcturt you in business which will Office in Master Commissioners you In more money right away than brine any- Â¬ thing else In tlie world Grand ontnt free office over Circuit Clerks office Aild esa True t Co Augusta Maine June 22 tf nov 30 lv T i Attorney atKYLaw RICHMOND J REED POWELL Horses handled at r2cri For 5 1750 a first class round trip ticket price but no responsibility for accJrj good for 90 days with stop over privileges can be obtained from St Paul to Great Falls Mon Â¬ or escapes tana tbe coming manufacturing centre ot the mart4 3m McKEETRAYNCR m n OnlySS6 0O northwest snntuL EaintPaulRffl to llelena andretunJKl AN ITDB SX Similar re ductionsBCS haiit Atrom points east and south Rates correspondingly as low will be named to points in Minnesota and Da kota or upon Paget Sound and tbe Pacific Coast For f urtber particulars address H E Tupper District Passercer Ag nt 282 South AT THE Clark Street Chicago I1L or C IL Wilutct LOW TOURIST BATES FOUND CSH eBOCERY OF General Passenger Agent fet Paul Minn MB Attorney at Law n J D ox K Q Maflison pJi Bonds iil a J i5 OO BIs131 hi- - H W HH Hi HasxsssEli tin Sn tH 9 - r SATS CAPS GENTS The Bonds issued in pavment of sub scription of Madison county to Louisville and Nashville Railroad due in February April July and October 1837 and tSSS will be paid on maturity at the Madison National Bank Richmond Ky C D CHENAULT Com tf i II l SH lt it is XI Oi 71 si 4 S ft 14 sj lie m ill Hj li North Second Street A full and complete stock cl M Mir pnon 1SHH 4 iaii i It Ul nil 9njtaii s 17 IS 14 SB 187 21 STAPLE AND FAXCY WdUMi 3 6 7 S 9 111- - waiH2i spasa T ft 1121 St lil17H MIS 16171 - 12 14 li1 9KV1I re ti 3 nis StpL s i GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned Goods Greenland Bried lruiti lruisit ljuiTll 1SW2JJ 5J51 iprfl tn Q 1 GALT -- - HOUSE Finest Holel 4 y ii1s1rn 3 paasasaj lar Blrtll J 4 3D S 7 I 13 14 13 I i 1 FURNISHING GOODS TRUNKS - VALISES LOUISVILLE KY Tho Largest and in the city - V 3 4 Si 7 8 9 18 II It r 1114 1 Ht ITilGllilU MR I a 3rJ a1ljii 4 14 19 9 Ul17liiiciu B v im foe S7p3ao4 S i M I llIir 111518 lal11l4 ji a ffi 4 C 71 V Vl 17 kd-CCl-- Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats c 3 T lMicumjij0 nmwaoiiiiM i33S3JJ 91011 is UM7H819S0itli ZAZ4 Kajap i iiin T ai and plenty of every thing in my line This house is a Rates25o to Handkerchiefs Hosiery A variety of Gloves Per Day 1IC1LT According lo rooms Turkish and Eussian Baths in Hotel oci26 ly Clothes for fat nlten for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men Call and see my Spring Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro- Â¬ fusion Prices to meet the demands of GBASS AND FIELD SEEDS janii iy Rewarded are thoa whb rami I hl and then act they will find liouorable employment that VllI not fnlfA llioln tmm their homes and families Tlie profits are maile and are now inking several tmnderd dollars a month It la easy lor any one to make 35 and upwards per day who will Â¬ ing to work Either oexyoiig or oldIs csinK tal not needed we start you Every thine now No special ability required yea reader can do It as well as any one Write Ions at once for full particulars which we mail free Address Sllnsou fc CO Portland Maine mm -- Business ON A- - Strictly CASH Basis uovly Sea Wonders exist in thousands of forms but aro surpassed by the marvels of iuventlou Those who RM In HMilAf iwnfllBkln www The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash I I 1UUHI IIUU10 Hi once send their addrcsa to Hallett Ct- Port- tlen how either sex of all nges can earn Largest and most complete stock in from Jo to J2S per day and upwards wherever they live You are started free Capital not Central Kentucky Our motto Best required Some baTo made over foO iu Goods and Lowest Consistent Prices alugie day at this work AU succeed nov 30 ly P CARROLL 77 and 79 W Main St o- nv GIVE THIS HOUSE -- A jau4 tf TRIAl- - Lexington Ky CARRIAGE REPAIRING the times apr 18 tf The old friends nf Lon Smith who lootiiielorneiT locations or invests jeieurskms havo htsn arrar need ntiy Carrlage RepalriDg can find moBtlur the round trip to a1 puiaisgl altere lor him at L O Schmidts old tand Front room over Whiles Drug Store where he is prepared to So alKklnds of taudays lorBiapaandrorUerpar-c--for rent Apply to Carnage Repairing Painting c General Passenger janu tf W G WHITE Agent St Siai Mnwi feb29 2m aj OMce for Rent CHEAP EXCURSIONS E -