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Digital page images are linked to the text file. bS 5 JS hgg2a- Itf3 c I A fit s ib Hjy -- - JL PREMEDITATED PAUSES ABOUT LOVE LETTERS or Woma In Lore Who Uu Not Written Thrin Tho writing of love letters began at a very early period of tho worlds his- Â¬ tory Wc can not bring documentary evidence to prove just whero or how it begun or who started it for history is hazy when we undcrtako to get nt tho facts away back near tho time of the primal pair but inasmuch as love was included in tho original outfit of tho human family it must have been talked in Eden and inasmuch as writing is merely talking at long range it follows the conclusion wo submit is inevit Â¬ able that lovo letters passed between the first pair of lovers that happened to bo separated after the invention of Ho Man a lSj Kft Mn SJ j51 Ik 46 VOLUME I RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 2 1888 Unexpected IoInU Made by the Ending of a Sentrnrr NUMBER CAUSES OF NEURALGIA Tertlnent Romark Oiioa B Very 1HlnfuI ulJect lain is tho cry of a norvo for pure Tuc three primary colors red bine anl Tilow are tke base o tho Ian olood is the striking explanation of piagc ami the secondary line from neuralgia given by the most original the blending of which tho most com-j- -i nerve pathologist of tho present cen- Â¬ cited and delicate tints nre derived tury Although wo can only become c rrc pond to the grammatical rooti scnsiWe of pain through our nerves j all pain is not neuralgia This term is of t ioken tongues KeJ is swarm color Its type js applied to a special kind of pain often fiunJ in the rainbow or prismatic occurring without any ascertainable spectrum and the common wild poppy i local cause but fregently referable to It is indicative of jubHatioR victory certain morbid conditions tho removal ami anient love By the law of oppo of which will remove the pain likewise ce that is to say on the old principle j The nervous system has been aptly The th r extremes meet it is the emblem compared to a telegraph circuit brain is the central office from and to of h Jhcd rereHje In mclisrral art blue was eminently which the wires the nerves lead Tho tymboical Air wn typical of im nerves which conduct sensations from n rtaity and it became the custom to the various termini to the brain are tli mSih of children with-- blue sensitive nerves thoso which convey c c h The ceiling of churches were impressions from tho braiu to tho peri- Â¬ blue and p wderod with stars phery arc nerves of motion It is the p to n pi cient the canopy of beven over Crst class or sensitive norves that are 1 ftithuL This color was used in affected in neuralgia rrcssure inflamatiou or injury of the by the old masters to typify ti Ast and the Virgin Mary is fonnd nerves may cause neuralgia Certain poisons n V lr works elothed in a Wue mantle as the circulating in the blood such malarial rheumatic or gouty la h rose shields Mie stoml for chastity From this poison may also cause it In othor v and gootl repute a- 9igniiicatin doubtless the torra cases it is due to simply povorty of the 4 blood those are often extremely diffi- Â¬ jr blood tok its rise Is ve constancy and wisdom are the cult to relieve and in many such cases This tint is found good teeth have been sacrificed under a lbutps of yellow in all iw winsome jwrity in the cora tho belief that the neuralgia was duo ujttercup of the pastures In to a decayed molar Any sensitivo nerve in the body may l ra yellow is emblamatic of faith 0 he other hand yellow standi for bo the seat of neuralgia Thin it may In Spain the occur in the scalp the faee the chest tr asm and j a- of t he public executioner is red and abdominal organs the thighs or even sc 1ow and symbolizes the vengeance tho feet Tlie neuralgias of tho faco and head and of tho thighs aro most c I to law and ths infamy of the crimi ral In tlie olden tim th Frani h were frequent Tho first is very liable to be a u Ilictl to daub the lintels of a a manifestation of malaria cold or de Â¬ a i s house with yellow paint and fective tucth while sciatica or neural- Â¬ nmcnorition of Christs betrayal gia of the great sensitive nerve of tlie thigh J v u ere obliged in many countries tho and log is often an expression of rheumatic poison garments of the same color cir A very singular form of neuralgia is J in in the illuminated missals of the e ages was always pictured in that affecting the nerves of amputated limbs It not rarely happens that after 1 raiment i Te secondary colors are equally an amputated stump has healed the nerves of fijnait with significance Brown in the scarthe stump being compressedÂ¬ bocome exceedingly painc r since the m re nolo period has the ign of woe The dun robes ful Curiously tlie pain is not felt in I i f tirtnn religions orders are eloquent the stump but in tho extremity of the In Green limb which has been amputated cf rrnuncution and penitence vi ng all nations is considered em one coming under the notice of the wri Â¬ r i m iUo of the joy of spring and the ter a man whoso arm had been amputa Â¬ -With the Greeks ted above the elbow referred tho exqui I j mo of harvest lite pain he felt to the little finger of the i V roienc 1 victory The standard cl Mahomets armies were green The amputated hand years after the opara CnT is still held sacred by the fol tion An old one legged soldier apply Â¬ jTcra of Islam and none but the bona ing for an increaso of pension said fde descendants of Allahs prophet He had more pain in the foot which may indulge in the luxury of a green aint than in the foot which are This was a terse way of saying that he turlnn The blende hne of red and 3 ellow continued to have a pain in the foot he had lost rim ly trxng has ben the symbol which years before on the battle field f m IsSiluble marriage front time im many The explanation of this consists in tit 1114 The wife of the prict of J ji r wore an iraHge veil and lior the fact that the terminal filaments of J uirrw was prohibited The color a nerve arc its most sensitive points t a- - bcame a Miaus omen Trgil they are the feelers the points from rajs Helen of Troy in h saffron which tho sensations start on their - lal veil and the wrenth of orange course to tho brain where they give u sonn on the heal of the modern notice that something is wrong with its outlying districts Whon the nerve is lr lc ii a survival of the tradition iii- the negation of color has a injured in its continuity the sensation f grief and is often referred to the terminal ends nnvcrsal signilieanoe ri irii g In sacred paintings it Evory one wlio has struck his crazy of en Iikhhs tip on tie canvas as the bone the point above the elbow where slalnw of cvU Whitw on the con- Â¬ the ulnar nerve is very superficial and trary is th j hoe of innoecHoe and easily injured must have noticed how virginal jwitv The priests of an much the sensation was affected in the little Hnger the pain being often ti jiiity wikv whh vestments and un greater there than at the point where i oiriou ly a mother dreees her nevr h m bale in clothing of the same the blow was struck The treatment of neuralgia must be sotlcss line While horses were sicriEced to the snn by the Egyptian guided by its causes If a carious tooth is at the end of the painful nerve it priests X T rrat -- hould be extracted in order to remove SOME RAH COINS the source of irritation If tho neuralgia Tlie Work or Ititnk TVIIrni Whto Thrlr is rheumatic in origin the treatment Ihj ljbai I Orr must be directed to the removal of that Do vrm know what a good many cause Many sufferers find that the b who handle large habitual wearing of flannel undergar Â¬ i ami me n Hints of gold and silver coins do at ments will obviate the attacks of their i roce of the day queried a former old enemy to which tliey were subject laik clerk at every change of the weather In Go honu prob-ib- cases of scialicn swathing the limb in Ye- - but not until the have looked flannel dipped in hot water or in spirits through their metal cash fiwrare coins of turpentine will often cut short an Do they ever tied any attack Certainly they do sometimes though AVhen the nerve pain is due to mano so very often It it a lottery The larial poison or togoneral depravement some of the rarest of American of the blood the most brilliant effects i I have been ticked up in ordinary arc secured from the proper use ol t n ulition keps their cj es peeled quinine iron and arsenic In old Hit t know values pretty well and the chronic cases duo to inflammation In or nrguine cherish the hope of uuearth- - along the track of the nerve the perÂ¬ I I j one of the missing dollars of 180 1 sistent use of electricity will ofton ef- Â¬ uhieh are worth 203 each In fact as fect a cure The proper use of such a Iigh as 3K ha bsnn offered and re potent remedy requires however a f jc 1 The half dollar of 1832 repre thorough study of the different cur-Â¬ m i tiig Liberty seated is in circula rents employed as it is easy to see t ji It is wtwth 1 7 The quarter that harm may ba done by its inju Â¬ cf lf33 witi rayfs is also oceAsbinally dicious employment In very obstinate Itbiings SS Among silver dol cases especially of fciatica tho nervo 1 irs of recent coinage the 1S53 dollar lias been exposed by tlie surgeon rrTis ntirg Lib rty seated is the most picked np out of its bed and stretched inUnlile In many It is worth 15 The dollar with considerable ferce f r lJS has a flying eagle on the re cases this procedure has been com- Â¬ A little worn it would pass pletely offectual In othors a piece of i a si I notiee It is wvrth 15 So is the nerve has been excised so as to cut t i ue coin of 1533 It lh are in cir off the transmission of painful Ronsa cVntiin The piece of 1877 is tions from the seat of disease or injury v n i S150 ami of 1878 125 They to the brain This has also sometimes r t lc met th igh rare v Thnvalu- - resulted in cure diues and half dimes were all Whon all is done however some c in d before 1816 The silver threc- - casos will resist the utmost efforts of nt piece of 1878 with the large star doctor and patient combined The lat-Â¬ Uiiis GO cents tlie ceppar two cent ter can often by watching the efforts pece of the same year is worth the of deleterious influences learn to avoid same The flying eagle coat of 1866 them and thus render the visits of sells for 1 All the gold coins coined the physician unnecessary Louisville prior to 18S3 command premiums Courier JotirraL Ciicigo Tribune BAD PAPER MONEY HAWLEY AN INVENTOR rhe Mot Reliable War or Detecting a Countrrrrlt mil Two Patrr W Frnm Which the Connecti Â¬ cut Sntor Kreelrei an Income A bank rashior tolls that the best Senator Iliwley of Conncoticnt told tray to tell a counterfeit bill is by sound Take the bill firmly be ire tho other day that he was an Inven ind feeling t r and had taken ont two patents ween the thumb and index finger of from whirh he was receiving a good four left hand and pull itquickly through iirfime One of thorn is for a pocket vour fingers like this Now listen to tho coujas and the other for a leather or sound It makes It is not just like rub Â¬ rfuber base or washer at the end of a bing silk and neither does it resemble cartrilgc Said he a paper sound closely Its a noise that I have always been very much is too peculiar to admit of a descrip- Â¬ astonished at tlw way in which a great tion idea crept ont of mo but it proved to Do thev make counterfeit paper so be a profitable and ufefiil one I was noar like tho original that you cant with a friend one day a gun manufact- Â¬ tell tho differenco urer in my town who was tolling jne You cant toll by looking at it It of the difficulty he met with in seour is only by tho sound and touch Now frgthe requisite amnHnt of elasticity listen to the sound made by this at the lws- of a projectile WiUout a counterfeit twenty dollar bill Yon moments reflection I asked him why soe thats a sliok nidge something like he did it pat on a piece of ruhber or pulling grasd or oilod paper through lea her He looked a me witkagraliGed the lingers A oliihl conhl tell tho surprise ami said it was curious no one diffuranec betwoen that bill and a liid thought of it but it oeomed to hi in genuine one But look at It and yon to be not only the simplest but ihe boat will think your eye is on something thing Itw as tried worked like a charm that woutd pasa muster for twenty dol Â¬ and then my friend made application for lars worth of groeorioa a patent in my name It was granted Who taught you this buslnoss machines were constructed for placing 0 my first jcsou was given by an d old man who has been nil ortsr this tne washers upon the cartridge t got a country and Europe teaching ths busi Â¬ Ciey arcnoiv in general use h ndsjmc royalty out of it ness Ho has in his possession over a thousand specimens of cotinierfeiu And the other patent a tube He obtaiuci them from the authorities riiat was for a unmpiM rVoi t as big as a lend peneiL niily not ofthc different Governments He has the no peer iu the business and every ex Kulong vUcb oan be carried vest pocket or hung from the wateh port in tho country owes bis knowledge cha a It Is a neat lHtle thing and can j to tnis old man Kttrutu CUv Star Wathmglon Idler vcnent Ideas and cntlrornu Which Are Klpv Aied Ram by DltTrrrnt line i LANGUAGE OF COLONS Isrdy ad w iiid -- ivns rT ahy 1 - ik telr A familiar form of premeditated pause is often used by badgering coun- Â¬ sel who are wont to pause after each word of a question to give the witness an idea that it is of great importance but this rulo U hot always effective as the following auccdote will show Counsel Now what did you do whon as yon say the prisoner threv a beer gass at you Witnes promptly I dodged Some time ago a joke turning upon a premeditated pause appeared Jn ono of tho comic papers The scene is a court- Â¬ room and tho judge addressing the prisoner says I fear you aro a great rogue With amazing coolness tho prisoner says Not such a fool my lord a3 3ou hero followed a lengthy and evidently premeditated pause take me to be This manufactured anecdote was doubtless suggested by the speech made by Lord George Sack villo during his trial The words used by his lordship were I stand hero as a prisoner unfortunately that gentle- Â¬ man indicating the judge sits there as my judge Tho rosult of the non obsevance of the pause after un- Â¬ fortunately was that Lord George was accused of contempt of court Lord Erskine was in tho habit of making a very effective pause in all letters applying to solicitations for sub- Â¬ scriptions He wrote Sir I feel much honored by your application to me and I beg to subscribe hero the reader had to turn over tho leaf myself your very obedient sorvant etc One of the best instances of this form of pause occurred iu a letter received by a popular physician This gentle- Â¬ man was pleased with a certain airatcd water and by his recommendations he managed to procure for it some celeb- Â¬ rity For this he oxpoeted neither re- Â¬ ward nor thanks Imagine his surprise therefore when he received one day from tho makers of the ajratcd water an effusive letter staling that his kind recommendations had done so much good that they ventured to send him a hundred Here tho pages turned over This will never do said tho doctor it is very kind but I will never think of accepting Rny Here lus turned the page and thing found the sentence rui Of our circu- Â¬ lars for distribution It is always advisable to hear tho end of a sentence A literary man for in- Â¬ stance once said to one of his lady friends Will yon accept my hand Gushing maiden Why er so sudden so unexpected Lit- Â¬ erary man proceeding unmoved book on political economy Somewhat similar is a story told oi another couple He How bright the stars are to night They are almost as bright as She expecting your O you flatter inc eyes Ho pro- Â¬ ceeding They were last night Lord Palmerston once made use of some very effective pauses which he could not have prepared beforehand and those are worth quoting in con- Â¬ clusion While electioneering at Taun- Â¬ ton he was greatly troubfed by a butcher who wanted him to support a certain radical policy At the end of one of his lordships speeches the butch- Â¬ Lord Falmerston will er called out you give me a plain answer to a plain question After a slight pause Lord Palmerston I will replied The butcher then asked Will you or will you not sup port thb measure a radical bill Lord Palmerston hesitated and then 1 with a twinkle in hu eye replied will Then ho stopped Imme- Â¬ diately tho radicals cheered tremen- Â¬ Not continued his lordship dously Loud conservative cheers Whon these ceaed Lord Palmerston finished his sentence tell j oti He then imme- Â¬ Notes anil Queries diately retired WIGS AND WIG MAKERS Some rctl About the Art of Manlpulat Ins Unman llatr A barber says that ono of the few kinds of womans work which is not overcrowded and at which competent girls can always earn good wages is that which includes tho working cut- Â¬ ting and general management of the human hair The hair trade is dull now After the holidays people will have more time to attend to their hair The average pay of fomalo hairdressers is S3 a weok Sometimes it reaches as high as 18 per week and sometimes goes down to 5 A girl who under- Â¬ stands the business thoroughly can Om command 18 a week anywhere hairdresser in this city used to employ 140 girls and paid out 700 weekly in wages The profit lias in false hair Women that have their hair cut short and aro tired of it buy wigs or switches to wear in the street Thoso whose hair is poor or who suffer from baldness wear false hair at all times Girls who confine their attention to hair working alone earn from 3 to 10 a week It is an art that needs skill and no small amount of patience and perseverance to succeed with Tho hair with which the wigs are made is collected by com- Â¬ mercial travelers in Germany and France England and Belgium are poor markets for hair not becauso of tho scarcity for both English and Bel Â¬ gian women have fine hair but because thoy will not sell it When collected it is put through a cleaning process severe enough to fetch the dirt ont of an elephant s hide and then dyed Tho best hair Â¬ soveral times over dressers never buy hair from the head or from private hands Perfectly white hair is rare and com- Â¬ mands almost any price Natural curling is also of considerable value A good wig of uliito hair costs 10 The material of which these wigs aro made is clipped frnm the goat and seldom from the human head A plcntcouslv soft silkv kind of snow-white hair conies from tho Angora rab- Â¬ bit A perfectly white and abundant wig of human hair would ba worth at loast 1000 Hair cut from the head after death is never used by any goo3 hairdresser It can not be used to any advantage as it will neither curl nor twist Hair can be proved by pulling i it to When its utmost capacity loosened it will contract to its former length if Y Mail anl Express ill I 1 IB Ea la Ml w Iff I Ea MISSES IMF k U 11 Ess 8 Spring Goods CONSISTING OF AHD OTJR IMMENSE STOCK OF TheNovelties and New Goods in department visit I BUSY BEE CASH STORE -- every cause all who the- - to utter exclamations of surprise and pleasure Every line we carry complete and prices NEVER WERE SO LOW FOR CASH AS THEY NOW ARE We have undoubted the prettiest line of Satteens ever brought to thi city and every style and price from the cheapest American tn the finest French Satteens can be found in this Stock Our Eastern importations of -- 35 SS OOQS s 1 r MEHS LADIES CHILDRENS SHOES writing If Adam and Eve had known how to are marvels of Beauty and Style that can not be excelled BEST BRANDS of CALICOES such as Manchester Merrinwc Cochega Hamilton Pacific Etc AH five cents per yard and new spring styles We have just received a full and complete stock of i 4 Â¬ fthat i 1 it write and could havo guessed how much pleasure they could find in the new sensation wc havo no doubt they and we earnestly ask every lady to examine this stock before buying elsewhere as you will certainly save money by so doing would have parted from each other a We lead the market in few days just to indulge in epistolary communication True there was no Oil Cloths Rugs Poles c general post office no fast mails no -carrier system no green stamps in their We CAN SAVE YOU FROM TWENTY FIVE CENTS TO ONE DOLLAR on every pair of Mens Ladies and Childrens Shoes you buy from us time bnt they might have left their let Â¬ ters as millions of their descendants have done in a hollow tree an apple tree for instance or under some loose Jun22tf Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store stone on top of the garden walL What a relief from ennui they would have found in such an exchange of vows and CKAS S POWELL J SPEED SMITH compliment- - and tender nothings Why is it that the publication of love letters in courts of law or in the news- Â¬ papers sends a snicker across tho con- Â¬ tinent Why do people old andjoung and of all sorts and condition rush in crowds to the courts and almost travel over each others heads to hear love letters read and then go homo and laugh at them as if they had found We represent ten of the strong- Â¬ something unique in the way of fun est FlKK iNSUrAXCX COMPASIBS IB Why do grave men and sober women We represent the Call your attention to their commodious and elegant house corner of the world skip all the sensible reading in a newsÂ¬ Company that has the largest Mam and fcecond Streets Richmond Ivy paper if it happens to contain a love SUCCESSORS TO C C WALLACE mch2i iy capital in the world the Compaay cttcr and having read that laugh at that has the largest paid up capital it as if it were the latest and best of in tlie world the Company that Gilberts operatic jokes Ten to one if all the old trunks in all the old garrets has the largest assets in the worW were called to give up their treasures There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance the only Company in the world they would convict these grave men and the quality of the goods they oiler is in keeping with tlte house that pays its losses without dis- Â¬ and sober women of just such silli- Â¬ Thoy have the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles made count ami does not make you ness if they pleaso to call it so as agree in its policy to wait sixty in their shop of the best materials They have that which excites their risiblcs No days after a fire to getyoor money KniYBS man or woman was ever thoroughly in All Companies charge the same love and not to have been thero wc rate then are informed is to have missed some happiness at least who didnt say and not Insure in the Best do silly things Why then doe3 home made and citj made nickle silver or gold mounted Their every body feel such an irresistible in- Â¬ ele- Â¬ Insure your house and contents stock of Buggy Robes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as clination to poke fun at tho manuscript gance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber and sleep soundly it will he too love making of an unfortunate whoso riding whips of cowhide wagon whips late after you are burned out Buggy whips of whalebone letters get into the courts and papers of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in variety Our Companies have ever 40 It is a mystery wo shall not attempt to 000000 capital and ever 100 explain Silver plated nickle piated and wooden stirrups There is ono phase of this general man- Â¬ Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and strong 000000 assets viz subject that seems to call for special Liverpool London shop made and city made mention to wit the intensity that an Globe VtMts4M3 Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse boots Commercial Umea aged swain puts into long range court- Â¬ 2470145 Guardian c ship and tho peculiar sest with which toe weights girts brushes curry combs spunges 7CrX3LaX Home S6ti other aged parties get their full of fun A lull lino of collars hames trace chains back bands hame strings Lancashire 73803 out of his written caresses There is BMayK5 plow lines bund bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners Queen nothing now in thi tomdity of an old HarHoni 5aiMt mans love provided its object bo a German 28fi73 TURFMEN CAN FIND ANY THING IN THEIIt LINE FiremansFtmd damsel of tender j oars If we had the 3181015 National zffiSJ social statistics of the Patriarchs and Saddlery hardware and every tiling else kept in a well appointed wc regret our inability to cite them on Total 11911514 saddlery and harness house this occasion wc would prove that De- Â¬ cember has alwav s been falling In love Glass- Â¬ 3F Remember the place Herndons Corner Main and Second apriS 9m with May And if mathematical formu- Â¬ Â¬ Streets la were applicable to a matter of this kind we could demonstrate that tho heat of an old mans love for a young woman is in the ratio of tho square of jann iy his distance from her in years Why Wash- Â¬ of a universal trait make fun ington Post ii i CONVERSATIONAL BORES Uraluleas InrtlvldniU Who Talk Without liprc5lng Thouchts Conversation among persons who aro very intimate should be the best con- Â¬ ES versation as no ono need speak unless MAIN June22 tf he feels impelled so to do by the stir- Â¬ ring of thought within but tho in- Â¬ veterate small talker has lost tho power of distinguishing between the talk that expresses thoughts and the talk that merely articulates sounds His idea of Is the place to go if you want anything in talking is conGned to the practice of making conversation even in argu- Â¬ Diamonds Watches STREET UPPER ment he passes much time in repeating GROCERY what has been said in slightly different Clocks Jewelry Fine words and when no subject is under discussion and when ho is not gifted DEALER IN Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands of with high talents tho grotesque artifices Roasted Coitee to which he issomctiucs reduced would Watches Clocks Jewelry Stiver aBd Gold Eeaded Canes Pure Itio Combination of Rio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocha bo absurd if they were not so irritating Mocha and Genuine Wated ware ete Special and said nothing Pure Private Plantation Java Pure Arabian If he only talked Fine Razors attention given to Male Berry Java These goods are all kept in air light tin cans that insited on answers he might more easily bs forgiven but this is New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and Fine Pocket Knives rarely his way An irritating small qualities DIAHOHDS in reality though talker who Sewing Macliines Domestic neither deaf nor absent minded eked AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES out his speech by insisting on having every thing that was said to him re-Â¬ AND ALL KINDS OF Quecnswaroj Glassware Woodeinvrc peated twice sometimes thrice I have known to repeat his What was that SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES X 3r jSL 3EK O Z 33 A after he had answered tho you said Promptly dune and 5b a wockaalHte Etc remark that had been made and when Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches manner SS3 this was pointed out to him he only Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs smiled the satisfied smile of the small Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver auglO 1 y YOUR talker who thinks his sins merits and Such a doe3 not blush to own them Dont forget the plaee nest dear small talker calls these atrocious de-Â¬ to the Post onlee Rtebnjoad Ky linquencies conversational talent and jau4 tf Ha because it is sometimes necessary to speak idly thinks it is a good deed to and SILVER and CHICKEN do so at all times rather than main Â¬ get new goods for tain a wholesomo silence But indeed it or the others beside these obvious criminals Cholera Cure sin in speaking idly -- A St JSL Small talk has its uses in expressing Tj indefinite friendliness though even this would probably be better expressed by some inarticulate sound if we could SEWIH0 XTEE2JT AEF3D only agree on one but it should never bo forgotten that small talk or talk of no consequence is in itself of less BGHiHE than no value and that if on all occa- Â¬ tVITU sions except thoso of necessity we pat ideas our energies to improving oar QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO rather than to uttering words in short if we talked less and thought more we and our friends would in all cases bo New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga GUTHERSON KY LEY LEXINGTON much the better for it London Quun have been coming in for the past week and will continue for two weeks when we will have on hand the most complete line of MENS BOYS YOUTHS and CHILDEMS CLOTHING Carpets Lacs Curtains Curtain Trunks Yalises 4 Footwear Furnishing Goods and Hats 1 in Central Kentuey We have taken special pains in selecting this stock to get the most Stylish Durable and Comfortable Shoes in the market RAMSEY OLDHAM 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 Anything we fS5 sold at greatly have in winter goods will be reduced prices WALLACE JOES THE COIMEH SADDLERY SMITH POWELL ii J d e Are Insurance i 3 i e r Library Lamps ELXSRNDO SilTer PlatBil t- - e e e ii ia Bote id Forts They can not be surpassed in style or workmanship at Every Style and Variety of Harness Why THE PRICES WE QUOTE Very best material emplojed in their r II it 10 J ufacture 3LX3S1S IXEiTS if you see them because you cant help it 3r3TX 234 tt ley Are Precisely lat lei Want Our stock of Queens ware and ware and especially our Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets is full and attractive W C GOEMLEY CO and other Staple Groceries Goods COFFEES SUGARS TEAS L G G FRAEFCIS BEST GRADES OIT ADRUFF S 3 also Canned DPAEHEE THE STREET r U A Higgin 01 JEWELER I 1 Mi 1IH n k I- e h - SETTIHC STAPLE FANCY GEOCEEIES S -- OO S O REFAIRXXffG BRmG AHTEEi fa HT mur Old Gold O tS GLPC ASK FOR THE Remedy mm 0 CRESCENT ROUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associats Boads m - Japanese Sacred Nuts A quantity of Japanese sacred nuts the first ever brought to this country has just been received at a Broadway fruit store They aro called sacred from tho fact that they are used in cer Â¬ tain forms of Japaneso worship Tho nuts aro placed on tho altar and ignited They burn with a bluish flamo and give off a peculiar odor They are rici in oil and tho fumes are supposed to rise as incenso to tho gods They grotv under water havo a leaf like a pond lily and nre shaped like a steers This hoad with two projecting horns rosomblanco is so great that it is diffi- Â¬ cult to believe that they aro not carved In tho raw slato they aro hard and tastelesy but when cooked they have Thoy tho flavor of boiled chestnuts retain their qualities ton or fifteen years and are fit for food when even twenty years old N Y MaiL The sod houses of farmers in Dv kjy i were found to bo much wanner during the recent cold spell than nouses made oi wood or brick Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the STOCKTON WILLIS it The Mistake of His Life Husband Nellie I see by an articlo in a health journal that to walk a great deal is the bast way to preserve beauty Wife You have told me that you were quite lisndsojno in childhood So I was Why What n pity that you didnt choose Pitts pedestrianism as a profession burgh Chroniele n i 4 of dollars worth of sep28 ly HlPO every year from Chol chickens die uUuutffUS No 3 Tf- ic tnnre fatal to chickens than pm all other diseases combined But the She ELDR2D8E B ia sold with ths Where Are You Gofeg discovery of a remedy that positixtly guarantee of being the 3ES2 WhewfroaT Whea do yoa start THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST In tost party Wat aaooat otHow many cures tt has oeen maae ana to oe coninitfct that can he HADE vinced of its efficacy only requires a er basagebareyosr What roele do y answer to the above oaes Upou receipt of trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for tfoas yoa will be fnrnlsfaed tree of rxpease wtta Lexington Willi rrom Cincinnati rutes also It is guarone hundred chickens i AGENTS WANTED Cars TramS Sleeplns undBaffetand to nearlyaHot tBelosrestmn JTiTiSEii A1 taMespas MOrnillS ailtt anteed If after using two thirds of phletl or 111 K iTD S o wbjafc rata Important titles of Ihe South without change the able Inform- - B 3 urnn filiation wtt a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly Aenta wMsare trouble toes and atone HUNNIXG THUOUGn CARS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 121 eH ia persou where Deeevsury satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken ELDREQGE MANUFACTURIHB CO artes no Ulliy 1 1 nn TWKNTY EIQUT HOUR wv reary to auswer awnv qoewtrom awui Cholera return it to the undersigned and preserve Utfa actlea tor tatwe nlirt ace I UKIV1DEKK ILIS Aoaresn I say oecoae tmra and your money will be refunded Vnlnn Travelers Imve a choice of two kinds of Slesgjng Car ont Jfawral Passeajer iaest St u - Xtasv Paul itTAr W Tftnttst Pularv v HntTVt slrnr Stuto Room FaUera WILLIS BTOUKTON Feb 22 0m r UUU UUUBV rrnnri Pniimdn uit241v UREN Thousands Hi Prio is is mtm Tili i niT n iM t Agents For Madhoo Ceaoty Â¬ Â¬ m 1 I jt 0i A I t5 Jr3IjljLsJLsa M mtflt Af nmftftililn wivlt itlllt rf in nd1 HnlilfV lilimihl lit kn Jiiilill Ilvllitrnt Contractor and Bnildcv nnexxend IhoiriHlilre w IoIIhUmH ifo Iort - J I J 1 In thonwindu bra Wonders exist urpnpa by of the rorniK hut nre nr IiitAiilfnii- ThiiKn who fkf- - llnlrAla wis nn Oraim I enirai union uepoun iiicmnauil iwwucrn iwiumg uu attended lilt Una k -wHU eeeV transfer neross the City nnd are assured a Journey therefore 1 1 j free full Informa can mn Is prepared with an experienced set of General Offlw BU raul Building West Fourth M Cincinnati Ohio from to Po perdny und aiitrdi wiu rever hand to oall kinds of houe building JOUNCOAULT UCOLlJJRA2f they llvJ You uremia tHifrw Ciiiii mi Oeneral Passenjser Aent Oeneralltanagor nd repairing Give lum a call inn le over 50 ia rcquncil Mime hn It X RYAN tAttUOLL tdngleUy at tills work All snccetil Assistant Central Fassenssr Agent Oeueral Superintendent JneZItf j raarjtf uov 30 U n how tilttier sex or nil vgv lnndWIiiaii1receIe Nearly All the Leading Railroads AHieetcn3i4 in vl rjTrlYel Yift qIIeen ana Crescent asSJSSSS8S Uae vfee Mifiaesota Leads tbe World Wkl aem jfc ttasoer tanalac a anutec railroad tor acts cheap oa wHwnit buy teros Pc taaps ernes rates teats j nooswiTCx itnu coscusatocar oc IJSO 7Mk bar atoek dasry aod grata piodaett u awl v raaaer u warren Ajawt I4wrrli 3 dt1 - ST M B AsxtorBooiK UrJiii- V A--- - ArrSt1 t I k li THE CLIMAX r BUSHED EVERY WKBKESDAY Climax Pointing Co TRENCH TIPTON Wm G WIIITK I MM 150 2 No road no pay If HIV rX4 is built the grand old county will pay the 250000 and never mise it A man who pays tax on 1 PW may have to pay 11S or 130 a year but one drink or one good cigar less a month will pay that So dont bust the biler without good cause A ri PRICE rBB YBAR MAY PROSPERITY W FARMERS SOUTH IX T11E i Five pages of the Baltimore Manufacturers Record this week life enritaeUy hoped that the is filled with special letters from Lagnlalure will adjourn on Fri- - Governors and agricultural comdqr missioners of the Southern States upon the financial condition of The United SuUes Oowrt of the farming interest of the South Cbuiw has decided adversely Uie and the general progress of that Johnson cotton claim from Lex section In every case the farm ington for 440000 ers are said to be more prosperous e Democrats of Indiana in than for many years and proof of The State Convention endoned Cleve tins is given in the great decrease land and Gray for the National in tlie number and amount of ticket and nominated Courtland mortgages and liens Farmers are less indebted than at time any C MaUon for Governor since tlie war and are buying Rev K L Heermence shot and more liberally of improved labor killed himself in the pulpit at saving agricultural implements White Plains N J on Snnday In Alabama Governor Seay and necauac the congregation refused Mr K F Kolb Commissioner of to raise his salary Why didnt Agriculture unite iu reporting a decrease in indebtedness on the he snoot the congregation part of farmers and a stead im Four thousand immigrants land provement in their condition all ed in Nw York last Snnday over tlie State will show very Let them come to Richmond and marked improvements in build acatier ont along R N I A 13 ings fences etc In Arkansas K R Waco will soon want a Florida and tlie CarolinRS the thousand more population sime report 01 increasing pros peritv is made Hon A T Ciienault has de Hon S A Jones writing of monstrated conclusively that lie Mississippi Tliere has says prsjrses a gcol large amount of never been a time since the war hackbone He was solid for the when f r ners were as nearly out railroad from eend to eend and of debt as at present There is mow the railroad is solid for him not to day one farm mortgaged ot Chicago where tliere were twenty ten Mellville W Fuller years ago and in fact it may be was on Monday appointed Chief small confidently asserted Justice of the Supreitie Court o farmers are in many that theof the parts succeed the the United States to free from almost late Justice Waite lie is a na State and left entirely in splendid tltem Id debt tive of Maine and is 55 years condition to enter upon tlie new has signed 3ear Governor Ruckner The growth of the South in the bill appropriating 150000 to other lines is shown by an increase complete tlie branch Penitentiary at Eddyville and Senator Harris from 1SS0 to 1SS7 of 977000000 has introduced a bill to use con- in tlie assessed value of property vict labor to complete the work notwithstanding the lace that an at once eall in all convicts now immense amount of property at work outside and confine including railroads new fictories etc is exempt from taxes and them therein hence is not included in these Francis Murphy remarked in a figures During tlie same time Louisville lecture last week tliere was an increase of 1735 uLove only can save Men can miles of railroad a gain of 89 per net he turned from liquor by laws cent while the increase in the Christ never rest of tlie country was G9 per and Legislatures went after a man with the city cent Tlie value of the Souths marshal to aid him but lie took agricultural products in 1SS7 was with him the grace of God and 1S4 000000 greater than in 1X79 tlie increase in the value of live preached forgiveness stock during tlie same was 182 The Lancaster News says 283000 Tlie vield of grain was Another halo ofGlorv encircles 626305000 bushels against 431 the brow oi our Congressman 074000 bushels in 1879 In 1887 His bill tlie output of coal was 1G47G7S5 Governor McCreary for a Conference of American tons against 0049147 tons in Republics has passed lioth houses 1880 Tlie production of pig iron of Congress and on nccount of was 929366 tons against 397301 commercial advantages has Von tons iu 1880 for him an enviable reputation The conference will likely be one WYEKXtfK JAMES K XeCXEAKY of the most important ones thai ever convened in Washington tsUtafnid JooraaL Â¬ WEDNESDAY Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Louisville Times says As old Kentucky has adopted the plan of choosing a Governor jroiu among lier jewels young Ci lt Clay is attracting the lavora-II- attention of a good many peo ple Hi- - name alone is a tower rd strength and he is just as good Simon Bolivar i Democrat a Imagine the Buckner himself older Cash Clty shucked of perso nal antagonisms ballasted with a bushel of common sense liolding to tlie cardinal tenets of the Democratic party and retaining all his force of character and fearless self reliance and you have the young Senator from Bourbon wliose per soality is formed of timber to make a coming man lie is tlie nep hew of the old lion of White Hall Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ IIL WILLIE MCLINE IT that Hon W O Bradley now desjiseth the day of small things since his name has been mentioned in connection It is believe i trith the Vice Presidency and will not except the nomination for Congress if tendered him The rumor is believed by tlie more knowing of the prohibition its here to be true In that event Rev Green Clay Smith will probably be the nominee of tlie coalesced republican and prohibition parties If Mr Bradley should decline it would give general satisfaction to tlie prohibitionists as lliey believe they will have an easy victor Danville AdÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ vocate THE SAME OLD TALK The figures are now in exist ence Â¬ Â¬ that were made by a prom- inent citiseu of this county to demonstrate that the building of the Stanford Kraneh would bank rupt tlie county But time has shown that tlte figures were at least mistaken if tbev didnt lie altogether The remark of anotlier prominent citizen of Richmond is well He said a man remembered could carry iu a wheelbarrow all the freight Richmond would ever have to haul at one time The immense trains of twenty five or thirty cars tnat so often go whirling through the county look as if there was some mistake about the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ li nl wheelbarrow idea Tliere were numerous persons who proclaimed loudly that the Kentucky Central subscription would not be paid within the lifetime ot any man then living and beside that tlte road would never bo built if the sub scription wa voted The records in the County Clerks office sliow Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- l K C was actually built aud is re illy running we can show him the road isow the old chestnut is repeat Â¬ ed with eetr moD emphasis than over Oh the road will never be built and- the tax will Dear dying eat as tip ruin us friends dont lacerate sour linen - that all the Kentucky Central debt but 40000 if paid and if any man does not believe that the - A full line of Glass and Chinaware al- Â¬ ways to be found at W M Blounts First shall be of such size as may be pre- Â¬ apr25 tf Street scribed by the health officer and Bhall be lined with galvanized iron or zinc Give W M Blount First Street a trial aud at least once in every 24 hours dry you will find he keeps the best at order It is easy to holler for the railroad apr25 tf earth or ashes shall be thrown into hurrah for tlve railroad but you can the lowest prices Iu sufllclent quantities to diseu think of nothing to holler against it This powder never varies A marvel of same Mr Jas Kinnaird was summoned yes jiurity strength aud wliolesomeness More fect the eflete matter Wheu such - for against the tprdav You cant say hurrah than the ordinary kinds and mornine to the bedside of his economicalsold In competition with the mul Â¬ drawers or boxes become tilled they cannot be railroad Thats what was the matter alum brother Robert H Kinnaird I D of titudes of low test sliortlweiehl cans or phos Â¬ shall be removed from the City limits onlyln resigned phate powders Sold 106 Wall SU N Kovai Y The attention of Mr Tennyson the Fort Smith Ark Dr Kinnaird Bakimo Powder Co as other cariou is required to be re- Â¬ famous English poet who wrote that the charge of the Presbyterian church jlyi iy moved and drawers replaced famous poem The charge o the Light Midway Ky and removed to Arkansas Sec 13 Any persou occupying or Brigade is called to the charge of ComSupt W N Potts received a car load owning premises with privies within last year on account of his health He pany A at the poles on Saturday has however been unequal to the duties of corn yesterday from Louisville the limits herein stated falling to com- Â¬ occupied his pulpit but which cost him 05 cents a bushel here The steamer glided grandly out of tlie of a pastor having ply herewith shall be subjected to a Fort Smith and He also bought a Jot of wheat from haroor The band played and hundreds twice since he has been at fine of S500 for each otlense Advocate Mr H S Withers at 90 cents Stan- Â¬ of handkerchiefs and fans and hats and is now very ill Danville Sec 14 All ordinances iu conflict ford Journal Â¬ hands waved fond adieus A Richmond herewith are hereby repealed TUE DAXGBU BKP0KE US girl sat on deck her eyes apparently fixed c State of Kentucky ct on some far away object and her thoughts Citv of Richmond We have already alluded to the im- Â¬ seemed not on earthly things Her father Â¬ I Wm G White CierK of the City portance f hou ekeepen iwymg more A penny for j our thought softly said attention to the kind of baking pow of Richmond do certify that the fore I was just thinking She sweetly replied were publicly read at der used in leavening their bread On Sunday night April 29th from going ordinances if Id wear my new slippers to night This Is a matter to which we can uot the premises ot T E Shanks near the two regular raeetiuRS of the City Coun- Â¬ The Paris News man was ill last week draw attention too often because it is Fair Grounds one large cil at tbe last of which tbe vote was He said an editor works 356 days per something which involves the most taken upon the passage of same by year to get out 104 issues of a paper serious consequences to tlie general jeas aud nays and the yeas and nays recorded In Journal nnd were adopted thats labor Once in a w hile somebody body of mankind Temperance apos Â¬ blind In one eye One thats tles tells us and there is ample foun- Â¬ BLACK FILLY One small GREY and ordered to be printed In The pays him for a 3 ears subscription capital and once in a while some dation for the statement that there is TEXAS PONY branded 8 on left Cuhax a newspaper published In One of a dead beat takes the paper for a disease both moral and physical in shoulder and Z on lelt hip which is hereby the City of BROWN TEXAS PONY rather accordingly Richmond cup and in tlie same droop rumped vanishes without paying the intoxicating done STANDING- - year or two and CONGRESSMAN JIcCKEARYS for it thats anarchy but later on justice way there is disease Mow perhaps Given under my haud as Cily Clerk A suitable reward will be paid for will overtake the last named creature for but certain in the lime and alum return of stock or information leading this May 2nd 1883 At preseut there is not a RepresenW G White Cily Clerk there is a place where he will get his de- Â¬ leavening agent employed in many to their recovery It TE SHANKS tative in Congress whose work will serts thats hell of the homes on this continent overbalance that of Ex Governor and No punishment is too severe for Congressman McCieury of Kentucky CONCERNING FARMERS those mauufacturers who place these nn niVO CELEBRATED FEMALE POW-Mil mii w ojay by 1900o jmxrican omen However the average work of the reme Fat hogs are beiug bought in Clark poisonous alum and lime baking medies orm Guaranteed superior to all other rartio FOR THE cah 3 Tremont SI by mail L Congressman this ear has greatly the ularstc lr MXrefunded Sent lloston Man Montgomery counties at SI 75 to 6 powders before tlie public with Sir MeCreary and decreased over last assurance thut they are pure and GREAT CRYPTOGRAM has been on the floor of the House on aud shipped to Richmond Va BEEGHER wholesome articles In the belief of Life of HEHRY W4RD Ufe from hl birta to bis Kirimr ireveral occasions and is fast proving It lllusrrated One Dollarhi Expresage prepaid Mr W J Collins has a mule colt the truth of such statements such bak dealt lWce Francis Bacons Cipher in the so called CMOX ROOK CO what a worker he is His bill that by Bourbon Chief that was three feet iug powders are largely useiJ in the fetation U Urooklyn ISY Shakespeare Plays by Ignatius Donnelly has recently passed the House relating nine inches highut time of birth L nt prepanftion of food and in this way W E Shaw Co General Agts apl2 6m to that about us big n coitus you ever suw tlie poisonous ingredients are taken 306 W Jefferson St Louisville Ky A Coufereuce at Washington beÂ¬ apriS tf system without a suspicion of Tobacco planters iu Green Hart and into the tween the Nations of JCortu Central Taylor counties complain of By and by cornea tin imposi- Â¬ their presence to Encourage Re and South America tion practiced upon them by Louisville s pells of headache distress in the stom- Â¬ Â¬ ciprocal Relation aud promote Arbi- tobacco waiehouse men in sending ach Ios of appetite a fluttering of the tration out tobacco seed last fall which have heart the child is siezed with nu As Assignee of W T Edwards I am 106 acres 4 miles from Is meetiug with popular favor and proven worthless A farm apparently causeless cough The coat- Â¬ closing out at cost the stock of Groce- Â¬ Richmond of on the Lancaster pike House unanimously shows pasting the per Â¬ ries Queens ware and Tinware ou First Well Improved with good water For Is destroyed Lydic auc- ing of the stomach Street in Richmond how it stood there This Is not his Cynthiana Court AW Â¬ terms inquire of Joe Bush marlMm About 200 cattle 011 haps one of the vital organs is rendermay2 2t C H PIGG Sulid work tioneer reports only work of Importance kidneys are the market of an inferior quality aud ed almost useless the goes further iu making up a mans attacked with Brights disease The reputatiu thau aristocratic airs Mays- - not generally sold for want of buyers health of the child is irreparably brok grass beiug very backward A few ville Democrat en down the adult becomes a chronic You are certainly right McCreary commonyearliugs sold from 15 to 20 invalid These are the doings of the calves 10 to 514 No mules oflered and is the most popular Congressman iu moderu cheap baking powders that are Kentucky and we will not be satis- Â¬ but little doing iu horse trade The composed of alum aud lime or that stallion show was fine some good ones fied until he has been elected to a seat or phnsphatic acids Â¬ contain sulphuric in the United States Senate or Speaker being on hand A large crowd iu attenIn view of these fucts surely all dance of Congress in tlie event of Carlisle housewives should exercise the care being appointed Chief Justice Lex Â¬ A special from Owlngsville says that that is we know now exercised by ington Press there has been a failure in tobacco plants some iu the selection of a proper iu that section aud that there will nut brand of baking iiowder hhe who PERSONAL he enough to plant one fourth of n crop does not do so whether the neglect is Mr Joe Mulhattan was in town last Some attribute the failure to the ware Â¬ the result of lecklessness or ignorance house men scaldiug the seeds to reduce can not free herself from the responVeek the crop w hile others attribute it to sibility for the health perhaps life W K Norris of Waco is sojourning in a fly as small as a flea Many are No housewife thereby endangered going to plant coin iu their ground need be ignorant of the quality nnd The duty of eietiK a eanrtidaie for Kansas City Oungrepe in lhkt dtetriet will snortly iVc The Mteses Heacox of Lexington are prepared for tobacco The Western To composition of tlie article which she bacco Journal also reports the same from uses to leaven her trend biicuit and volvt upon theDenwterHsHtwl i eot vitHing the Mkes Feiand many sections August over SOU ItepuMieau at ttie cake the official reports of the gov- Â¬ Mi Laura Mots has returned after a election it belioovefl our jwrty to jtut protracted tay from home The thoroughbred owners have rich ernment chemists who are certainly 1ie its bewt man to the front prizes iu contest for this year Tlie unprejudiced have been published and Senator Bennett is in Loutsviiie to at Â¬ American Derby to be run at Washing- Â¬ show very clearly the quality anu race will bring out even a ftuW HepuiiOatt vole thttu befme while tend the Republican convention strength of nil the bakiug powders in ton Park Chicago will be worth S17 lie prohibition ticket will lake votes Mr Robert Durham and wfte of Dan- 500 the Sheridan Stake 7000 and tbe the market The Royal Baking Pow- Â¬ from Hie Democratic party A new ville visited at Mr A D Floras last Hyde Park Stake 57000 to the w inner der which Is accessible at every band The new Dry Goods and Merchant Tailoring firm of Crooke man with a limited acquaintance week Is reported absolutely free from lime The Suburban should be worth SOOOO Urmston invite the public to inspect their Bennett homM have a warm and eloe contest 13000 the Lorillurd the Junior alum phnsphatic acid or any injurious Chata-UrMr and Mrs T H Cook of w ere able to pull through ingredient if indeed he It is further stated by the Champion S20000 the Omnibus 10 at all Fortunately Mich a contingen Â¬ nooga are visiting at Mr T H 000 the Great Eastern 83000 the most eminent authorities ou food cy ks the aeieetiou of a new man is stons hygiene Ihut food leaven with it Is Futurity 50000 WH likely to arise wben we have iu Tlie Misses Grant of Lancaster and more wholesome than when raised b tlie present encumbent of tlie office one Danville are visiting at Mr D M you can save any otlier method Its ue i thereAt the Green Front so capable energetic and faithful ami Urights It is to bs money and get the prettiest Hat or fore to bo commended owe who lms never known defeat regretted that 110 other baking powder which was carefully selected in the eastern markets by an uprll tf Mrs Howard Jett of Versailles nee Bonnet iu town Governor McCreary knows everybody when there are so many iu the market experienced buyer HinUton of Cynthiana is visiting Mrs V Ry Motto of the C I St L in ttte district and by his uniform some of which will find their way into J J Brooks Safety comfort speed aprl8 5t use is free from nil of these substances courtesy aud untiring efforts to xsoist Miss Frost of Lexington who was eouMitueute be Utey Democrat or Ke Vv h anT Throat or the official aualysits assure us how true pubiicHU he has drawn to him Hicli a visiting Maw Nellie Gaugh on the Hill AJVJW Lung Disease If you have ever that all exept the Royal contain billowing that we believe be is abso has gone home a Cough or Cold or the children are lime or alum The housekeeper who threatenedwith Croup or Whooping Cough lutely iuvinciWe iu tlte nkl Sth District Mr Starling Green of Kansas City is use Ackers English Remedy and prevent regards the health of her loved ones Entering Congress with the prestige visiting his father Mr Congrave Greeni further trouble It is a positive cure should not only order the Royal but of having been aoveriMH of tlte great near Union City and we guarantee it Price 10 and COc make personal examination to tie sure The attention of the ladies is especially called to our superior State of Kentucky lie at owee took W G White Prescription Druggist that no other brand is seut her in Its ColT S Moberley and Mr T S a ommeut jilaee in tlte body which line of Dress Goods embracing the most fashionable Fabrics to be place his ability has enabled him to keep Burnam attended the live stock show at had in New York and increase His standing is shown Indianapolis last week MATRIMONIAL in the let Hist he was made chairman Mr Emmet Dixon of Paris was presof the private land claims committee ent at the marriage of his brother-in-laThe white marriage licenses issued dur one of the leading committees of the Mr J R Blan ton Thursday Â¬ ing the month of April were only five House and seeoud on tlte omnmittee Margaret Turner Joseph Carpenter Capt D L Cook of Winchester oh foreign affairs of which lie virtually formerly of this place was here last week Iladen Turpin Lucy Parke J R Blanton acts as chairman Mr Belmont having Wm Laura R Shackelford StottEi He k building a handsome residence been absent nearly the entire session Elizabeth Mo ran Amos Kelley Nannie Capt Burnett of Frankfort C W liesnles lie is called to preside over J Moran tlte body quite frqueiitly wliere he Murphy of Salisbury N C and T N Mr J Rutherford Blanton and Miss diejdas that perfect knowledge of Bush of Louisville were among those Laura R Shackelford were married at parliamentary lules which ciiatader registered at Madison Club last week the home of Uic brides mother Mrs ised his fervteea a sjeker of Houe Elder H T Daniel and wife have ar- Â¬ Lizzie Shackelford on Lancaster Avenue of Representatives of Kentucky rived from Glasgow and will proceed to in Richmond Ky on Thnrsday evening We have in Laces Ribbons Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Gloves and Governor MeCreary s first work in the Baptist convention at Richmond Va apr-lS-April 27th 18SS Rev L H Blanton D Oengrefra was to ah in settling tlie Parasols all that can be desired D pronounced the ceremony Only a Mrs Stearns of Paris daughter of sHver question then the most promi Â¬ few relatives and friends were present nent bWbre the body Six of his ooni Gen John Miller who fell in the battle of wittee were for free eoinage and six Richmond Aug 30th 61 visited Mrs Soother st hand It is the only eafo The bridal presents were numerous and yet mado that will remove all beautiful The bjide is a daughter of the for etopjiitig the eoinage altogether Eugenia Hume this place and went home medicine disorders infantile It contains no Opium Tlte Governor alone was for letting last week or Morphine but gives the child natural late George D Shackelford County tlte law directing the coinage of not Dr James Reeves of Estill county a tost from pain Price 25 cents Sold by Clerk The groom is a son of Dr L H Blanton Chancellor of Central University less thau 2000000 a month stand as native of Madison county was here last W G White Prescription Druggist and is manager ot the Richmond Coal With an artistic qtttter thoroughly trained in the best New it was He aUvoeated this in a week looking robust and happy and said speech before Congress the first made they were waiting impatiently for the Armer has a new lot of gold and Elevator and Lumber Co York school of art and design in gents garments experienced in the silver head silk umbrellas on theMi6Bt smd was firtkiwtHl by Louisville Southern Railroad 2rany4t best houses of that city and versed in every detail of the business DIED others tile reuK being that the body A M Tanksbury and M Silvester Lalors uew grocery on Main street iudored his position aud the question Chicago Jas II Crossman Boston John near Bonanza Mills is the place for The subject of the subjoined sketch aided by on elaborate stock of was eliminated from politics He is II Hughes Lynchburg Va and B F cheap goods it from the Danville Advocate of the author of lite bill to establish a Depart Â¬ Riddell Evansville Ind were registered 21lh was a brother of the late Jacob ment of Agriculture and Labor Which at the Willis House tlie past week For Councilman Huguely Sr who resided near Red pasted the Houee by a large majority We hereby call upon Mr W B House in this couuty T Milliken F W Heflerman and J He introduced the bill ami referred it t stand for Councilman from the Smith Mr Jno W Huguelynn old and to the eotumiliee on Ways and Menus R Gilbert St LouhS Kelson Chicago Third Ward in Richmond well known citizen of his couuty directing that tlte surplus iu tlte treas- Â¬ W A Raleigh New York W S Gooch Respectfully died at thn old homestead ury be uaed to pay oil tbe three per Virginia C Leidigh Troy N Y GJ now the Manv Dbmocrats residence of his son C C Huguply oettt bonds It was reported favorably Comings Grand Rapids Michigan N T on Saturday morulng after a brief and passed and all tbeae bonds aniouut Ewing Cbataaooga Eugene B Dye We are putting forth suits efjual to the best made in this country ultiick of pneumonia iugUloUlOUOOlW were bought aud can Â¬ Indianapolis were registered at the Gar He was in Dan Â¬ week ville nn Monday previous taken slek celled litis session hi hill for an nstt House the past Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us that night nnd was considered criti Â¬ International Conference of tlie Na Dr Tlialles Houston Wright of cal until Wednesday liutw of North Central ami South Mr Huguely was iwru in Madison county tills America to be Im M at WaobHifetoti to Osceola Mo born in this county State in ISAf married Nancy Ciien Â¬ improve our busiuea and social rela Â¬ has recently hail ills tongue operated In 1843 anil be tions with lite MOOOOW of peojle who on for cancer The operation is thus Â¬ ault of that county As the came a resident of Boyle county thlrti -reside iu those countries has pnwed described by iTti exchange Con- Â¬ two years ago Four children were Neck Wear Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Shirts laundried and and will be of incalculable benefit CHBcer was well back iu the toncue burn to them John A Caleb C Em to us in fact it is one of tlte this involved a most serious and dun unlaundried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc An Incision was mn C and Jacob T Hte wife died in rnoet important measure that has been gerous operation IS74 and his daughter in 1881 adopted for 3 ears He also Introduced made across the throat almost from His three sons survive him Mr Huguely and bad passed iu tlte Hoiatea bill to eat to ear and then another was made was a firm beliover auilioriee the secretary of tlie treasury at right angles to this extending from In the Christian religion thnigtrint attach Â¬ by and w ith tlie approaval of the Pres Â¬ the ohlu downward and through the For 70 lite Hindus aperture thus made his tonguo was You can buy a 2fo 1 new Bnagy war-Â¬ ed to nuy church He was a good in reat quantity ident 10 ims sueli a part and variety from the cheapest to the most ai it may deem roper to buy aud drawn out and amputated TliOThy ranted This Is a sieeial oiler and Citizen u kiud husbfnd and Indulgent olegant embossed gilt cancel U b outstanding interest bear sleians entertainedUtile hope that the holds good only until JiUie 4th John father und was greatly reseeted by ing bonds The bill 3ttblisli n TJ patient would survive the terrible or- Â¬ Douelson Richmond Ky Kentucky his neighbors His fui eralwa3 large ly attended from ilif famfly residence 25 Land Curt to eettie and determine deal but nt last accounts he had ral Carriage Works apr26 Ot on Monday morninc the siruirau private laid claims of which he Is lied aud was doing as well as could be J Fresh Vegetables aiwaj s to be found at being Conducted by Eld Wra Stanley author will also likely become a law expected under the clrcumslances Interment lb the Danville Cemetery W M Bloum First Strtet apr35 tf by wliieh S0000ijacres pf publlo Stanford Journal apll8 tf Corf Main and Second K lands ill be claimed from the laud pirates aud the land grabbers A copy or his speech on the subject now before us shows the great importance of establishing the court which is limited to four years and is a most eflective aud exhaustive argument There are other bills of less importance and many of a private nature which he had pars ed to which it is not necessary now to refer except to say that he has done fully us much in this Hue as any mem Â¬ ber in Congress The amount of work that Governor MeCreary does Is a matter of surprise to every one nt all acquainted with it He averages about 18 hours a day and no in mi not even his bitterest Itepubli chii opponent has ever asked him to attend to any proper business for him in vain mill it is a remarkable aet that lie lias never failed to resiMinled to every letter written him uotwith--tttmlinhis mail matter often reaches ti as much as the entire receipts of a day at the Stanford post oflice We were in his room one evening at the Itiggs House in Washington when it came and we kuow that this statement is not overdrawn We also kuow from personal exper- Â¬ ience as well as from many favors we have secured from his hands that uo member of either branch of Congress stands higher than our representative in the estimation of the great man In the White House President Cleveland has found out his worth aud is willing to trust his word for any thing He is a man ot the most sterling integrity aud just such as should be kept in the Kationul halls of legislation and we believe this view is entertained by a mnjorlty ot the people in this district TbHt he will be nominated ununimous ly and be re elected we have uo doubt His majority may not be as large us in lbS6 when he beat Capt Thomas Toddy 4178 but he is us bure to win as the first Tuesday in November ar- Â¬ rives Â¬ THIN COLUMN I told you so Company A was sadly demoralized eclipsed Company A charge at4Balaklava The C I St L C Ry fell through tickets to all points via all routes anui checks batgaKelhrough to destination Vj- City Ormajice- Be it ordained by the City Council of the CHt qf Richmond Sec 7 Tfijit the following 8ecUon8 be added as Sections 11 12 and 13 Chapter XIX Penal Ordinances of Richmond title Nuisance Sec 11 That each and every privy within the following limits either side of Main street a distance of one hundred feet back from same between the crossing of First and Third streets aud on First nnd Second streets one hundred feet back from same between IbecrossiugsofMaiu aud Irvine streets shull have I tie box or drawer system SEC 12 That the drawers or boxes - upr18 St The Nobbiest Neckwear ill tow-nthe brilliant J C Lvtek If just received Sullivan as Mr In my judgment would say the railroad carried Hats and all other goods regardless of cost rf Jrc Lytbr apr-18-- tf If you want a nice buggy pbrcton Joe Dusch says he like the cyclopedia or barouche cnrrlnge that Mr Turley rides much better than rookaway apr4 t tlie philosophy that Jack Freeman used to coupe go to John Doirelson ride The question now arises is the new Chief Justice Fuller any kin to Your Suggested by the veteran Uncle Fuller up street Local option pants are blooming out with the spring Bowers We say local option because they are not inclined to be tight Bring in another rat You can buy a suit or a pair of pants at your own price Pants for fat men pants for lean men npr-18-- tf J C Lyter IWDGR ILYTE RJ Call and Pric o u Absolutely Pure Â¬ s toleri GrO O 3D S -- Brown Mare Mule WE ARE- - n Â¬ SELLING REGARDLESS OF Agents Wanted SMS ASSIGNEES SALE Real Estate For Sale OO J aprlStf 3 C 1 Iy LYTEE Â¬ Next door to Garnett Uous Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Shingles Laths 3 Hcugk and IDressed Xiuniber myt Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky Â¬ D H MYERS lit Â¬ How Can That Be -- Â¬ iv spring s WELL COME TO- - Hi J Stags Louisville Store Â¬ DRY GOODS AND WE WILL SHOW YOU Â¬ w large lot of Ladies Misses and Childrens Newport ties Newport button and toe slippers which we are selling very low Just received a Jack Freeman 3t SJ Usually when the season is advanced we cut the prices on everything in our stock Choice Silks Henriettas Serges in August in order to reduce same and get De Boges Cashmeres c c all the money we can This year we de Lace Flounces of all kinds cided not to wait until August but comWhite Goods in great quantity mence in May and give our customers an opportunity early in the season to supply themselves at This is the Mode of Making it So Â¬ Â¬ erefoant Tailoring REDUCED PRICES Everything in our house has been reduced and the prices we make will not let miÂ¬ -- stook remain long therefore it will be to your interest to come early as our stock never was in better condition than now depart- French EDgM aM toerican Suitings and complete in all the various v EVERYTHING NEW and HLESH Â¬ TBXXSI3MErS and VESTIWTGS J ust received a large shipment of W L Douglas 200 S300 and 8400 Hand sewed Shoes in But ton Lace and gress all widths at Â¬ GEftTS FUItfnSHIlSrG GOODS Jack Freemans apr-18-- jf WALL PAPERS Sts Richmond Ky 1 -- ments August prices in May for Dry Goods of all kinds August prices in May fir Clothing of all kinds August prices in Mayr ibV Boots and Shoes of all kinds August prices in May ibr Jlats 0f all kinds August prices in May for anything in our nouse BECOME EARLY an fr Secure the s -- BAKttAJLNS I at H if SWIiENGrS Mammotfi Louisville Stors -ia rgmmwr- - I -- frJeFPr THEOLIMA WEDNESDAY XV 2 i U i Several nurses stolen B rea College hglit badly See ad lo have electric it fc Stare Beginning yesterday the Richmond and Irvine stage W W Pigg Propri iSiS etor Wm Rice dilver will levi jlUUuqond dally nt 200 oclock In the aflernoonivand return next day at II x-Â¬ uui ti iew- - Harness new horses Prom Texas VH c Richmond needs an Opera House Mr J Texas Star State is more prosperous tiiali for Fair Grouudij will be otlereil for sale many years Thfi cattle are hit the Saturday grass and corn and cotton and crops are growing beautifully Cook Pxtls nUl put bis slreet sprink- Â¬ generally prices are good aud money plentiful ler to work in day r two -- lastwtek Herhdon returned from He sais the Iine In John AWrhundred W MePhurson acrea trf corn in a U put ed Oectnc light at Bonanza Milts Uitu tn last uigiit Call ami fcee it Bie Mr supplement for religious es Â¬ pecially tlie Sunday Felloe program fiis The Board of Tax Supervisors for Mr D M Lackey - clotig out his tbe tiity jf itichmoud oumposed of gjxlsat Lancaster te go to Kansas Messrs James B Sloufler W F y Francis and W W Plug was in ses Mreet lias been extended into sion nn Monday Tuesday and Wed Water nesday of lust week Ihe returns of new street tbrouglt tbe Barlow t the asesor were increased about - erty -Â¬ Â¬ Claude Smith lias doubled tbe f bis residence ou Second street An Old Timer Mr James B Stoufler has been in busiuess in Richmond for twelve jears You all kuow him He Is a good Miuare Melieau limn though he may not look like It His word is another name for truth Read his column ad elsewhere in this issue and go see him lucrcasedi I r- S000 A G laitjs beavy Waek kid glove Haden who lives dow u ou Tales Creek was chloroformed while asleep in bis houe A small trunk containing one hundred and four dollars in inonev a Me mltcreant cut tbe tongue out fifty dollar check and twelve hundred tbe horse of M A Higgerstafl at dollars In notes as taken Nothing else was disturbed and Mr Haden so tlie Fostowu ejection oh Saturday fur as we can hear lias no su plchms C pt A J Mention has a brier root as to the perpetrstors or the crime pipe that is the most wonderful one we Xen Ihjsiciau Lave ever teen It ii a beauty as well Dr H R Gibsn of Virginia has By an oversight tbe date In the located at Red House in this county ii mket report in the supplement was for the practice of medicine and not corrected though the report itcel having nn oftloe with consultation uas room- - bull Dr Gibson is a young Squire Tom Coyle aiitl oonvict man a graduate of Vanderbilt and He has clause in tlie railroad proposition had comes well recommended a good deal to tta with the reads cap- - relatives til tills aud adjoining coun ties Hit practice at Ford where he rjm has frieuds among the mill men l SeeourMipidetHent all home print already gnod The train run so con- Â¬ again and therefore veniently that h can make two trips a be goh shIi irt done at the Cincinnati Commer Â¬ day if becesary to Ford Dr Gib sou lias located at a Hue point and cial office doubtless will build up a paying pracMr W S Burnett of Terrill Ibis tice i unty has a marble with which his Sale of Fair Grounds fiiLer Jerry Burnett pla3 ed nearly half a century ago The committee appointed by the Madison County Fair Association Sir Wm Bealy of Garrard coun- Â¬ comtiosed of C D Clienault J Stone ts was in Richmond on Saturday and Walker J W Embry aud G W bright of Messrs J W and R P Evans will offer at public sale to the Fix a saddle horse lor 2u0 highest bidder ou Saturday May 5 The largest cards ever printed in 1SS8 at 2 oclock p in the Madi in Kicliiuond have jut been turned out county fair grounds In the follow ing fir the Uerea Planing Mill of Lester parceN viz Kol The amphitheatre aud i0 acres of land 2o 2 Tlie lesi Ames by The Climax office deuce aud about acres of land JC o 3 Mr D II Mjera received last week the large stable and cisteru No 4 tuo cir loails 1900 worth of doors Tbe small stable next to track No 5 Llinds sash and the like from Chica- Â¬ The trotting track reached by an ex- Â¬ go See advertisement elsewhere tension of Estill Avenue aud Mudd Eggs and chickens are too valuable Creek road No C SmalJ tot or ground colored Ctlnetery Terms to be allow etl to gn to waste when adjoining ititern chicken cholera cure Is sold made hhowh c u day of sale i aid warretited by 8ockton fc Willie Forest Grotc Shorthorns The K C will sell exeuiriou tickets Col T S Moberley Richmond Ky al nt xt week to Lexington one fare owner of the ju tly celebrated Forest fur tlie round trip The races begin ou Grove Herd of pure Bates Bales M n lay and continue through the Topped Shorthorn cattle has just issu Â¬ week ed his very comprehensive catalogue containing 138 pages It gives a most Woman feels where man thinks interesting and intelligent description siisaii unidentified writer Yesand of the world famed family of Bates that is what makes him bskVriija the cattle which for high standing of experienced editor of the Riohtnoud breeding individual excellence and Va j B color needs no emphasis here Col Squire Joiin W Moorcs of Elllstoii Moberley has prize winning represen- Â¬ jrmnctHho fell from his barn loft on tatives of all ttie prominent families of last Wednesday aud was thought to Shorthorns aud since Mark S Cock be mortally wounded will probably rill our Sliorlliom king has sold out turi-H-our farmers could not do belter when the hurl tlie desire to tet at the lop than Mr WilliMiti ArtHthl rode Into livii write C1 Mulierley fur his exIiMii tive Moihh morning indleiiu fnhe catalogue on Hlionliorli- - Nashville railrtMil He fya he ii a Democrat Tennessee Fnrnter fmiii n ttacijHe mtd IwbeVed in the Ii J ll tuling An IincnlisR Mr IWt Turjriu dir U at her liome We have examined a fumih record tn Concord neighborhood Mndisou twtok iliat was inventtd b Mr Thom Â¬ county Kj- - on Saturday April 28th as M BroaddiiM of Altouu Missouri a 18S8 aged 85 years Slie was tlie old Â¬ unlive of Madisou count It is 9x12 est woman in the county Indies an inch thick well executed aud substantially bound Mr Broad Mr Alexander Cauiibll of Missis Â¬ dus recites in the preface that while sippi fattier ot Mrs Prof Hageriuau engaged in taking Ihe United States tins place has been appointed bv census in 18b0 he dbcoveied that few President Cleveliud a C niinixslotier people were able to answer the ques to tlie Australian exposition tions pertaining io their nativity He thereupon con Â¬ Judge Morton held a special term of parentage eic ceived the idea of preparing a family court here yesterday The principal cae was the perfecting of the title to record book The record contains the land sold by theguardUn of Lena numerous departments for valuable in- Â¬ formation tbe name of a person date Can well Fox to Mr James P Tribble aud place of birth personal appearance Mr H J Streng is not asleep He names of parents sisters brothers is not even dreaming But he is hust Â¬ children occupation religion politics ling around among the wide awake to what secret or other societies belong Â¬ people who want to buy the mott goods ing important events of life and many fr the least money See his adver other points of importance Such tiSement el ewhere and go see his records would do much to regulate de- Â¬ E o K He w 111 do you right cent and disliibutiou of estates beÂ¬ It is Mr S L Tudor ol Irvine and sides aflordiug pleasure to those who Interest in family relationship Mr C ILTudM- of Madln who take an No doubt Mr Broaddus will find ready h building a tesidence on Second sale for his book etret Mr Tmler will remove his famIy here as soon as his house is A Landmark liarned fiiHi hed Squire L D Maupln was in town Ms Emma Clienault daughter of on Thursday and gave us a hietory of Dr It C Clienault formerly of this the house of his uncle Mr W L ice lias graduated from medical Moore which houe was burned on crIege in Chicago and has begun Tuesday night of last week The fire iraciice in one of the hospitals at a originated fnim a defective flue about salary of SPJOO 11 oclock All tbe contents were saved Miss Forbes who two or three years Tbe house stood two and a halt miles ago came from Richmond Ind to from Kingston on the Berea turnpike Ihcliiuoud Ky sojourned for a time was built more than a century ago as telegraph operator aud went thence aud when this country was a part of Vir- Â¬ tJ Richmond Va has now gone to ginia in consequence of which ft was Richmond Mo Di known as the Virginia house vid Moore a pioneer built the house Grand Ma ler A J Reed went to Ml Sterling Thursday night and de Â¬ and made port holes through which livered the anniversary address to a to shoot at the Indians Immediately large and appreciative audience Then in front of Ihe house he built a colo al weht to Somerset Filday night and rail pen in which to keep his horse One day an Indian was seen to creep c conferred up on the opposite side of the pen and Mesr Jiihu Stuart aid James peep In at the horse The old long Huiton of Pari and Jj of rifle was brought down from tbe rack Cnhigton were In Riohmoud on but tbe en saved the Iudiaus life Wednesday niuht ill the Interest of Numerous scenes of early days weie the Kentucky Central Railroad We recaJled by Mr Levi Moore who was dont say they brought any boodle a sou of the pioneer David Moore and owner of Mr A D Knox representing the father of Mr W L More Mutual Life Insurance Uoiupany of the house at tlie time it was burned Newark N J ban in connection Thus three generations occupied ihe a century and n new hou e with Messrs Smith Powell taken house for will be erected on the Kite The old more tlinn a hundred thousand dollars wealherbourded and jlfxler worth of policies duiiug hi ohort soÂ¬ house was eil many years ago but up the lime journ here of his death Mr Lvi Moore always Mr Green Nolaud formerly Deputy took pleasure in polnilng out to vMiors Blienll of this county but wh6tecet 1 the exact location of rhe port holes ly went to CaliforuiH wrltfia back that Die original farm is now owned by Arch Nelm alsa fwnterly if this Ir W L Mbore and the hue of fine cjunty aud win In law afjtlr John 1 boundary calls for Blames iraCewhlch Davl- - who lives near RedHuUse had was marked out by the famous old been o unfortunate as to have to kill J hunter aud pioneer on ns removal to another man He killed one while Bootirsbolough In 1775 The house living In Texas He m tried ud wasperliap the oldest one lu the conn- acquitted ie witb red braid ond street Call No found ou Sec Â¬ Chloroformed and Itobbed Tn last Thursday night Mr William Hanlinjr of IsalrrjaMer Mr O irsnt ttu tbe K C ft rmerly mail mnte b now clerk at the Willis House It d Â¬ Â¬ e 4 it - 1 1 -- twenty-twoc-are- Hd That Do Fx It four o file thousand dollars was put Real Estate Transfers FcrApril An anti railroad man ha dlscorend The transfers for the past mouth In up against the road and not more that there Is nothing hi the railroad Madison couuly amount to 44000 as t lau a fourth of that amount for it The majority In Kichmond precinct priiH Mtion about carrying cattle follows The proposition sheep or hog and tliut the road if Commissioner to A R Buriiam Is seen to he 8S0 built wont haul n hoof of era Road 55 acres 300 therefore was defeated in the precincts you know are built only for glory Coinmiseioutir lo J W Bourne outside of Richmond precinct by the But the propo- Â¬ 7 aeres 120 small majority of GS Prof Tnpps hectare Course tu9 sition carried ju the county outside of Do Arch Btapp E5j Prof Tilpp was greeted by a ftootl the limits or Kiclitrtond In fact It Do James F Todd So audIeiDe at Ilia opening lecture Mon Â¬ Do 8f 514 carried by such an overwhelming ma Do Do day evening nt tlie Female Institute Do Ben F Crooke 22J 3119 jority that had no man in Richmond iiotwlthvtaudihg the Inclemency of voted for tlie road there w ould never- Â¬ 2S0 Do Malcolm Looke 101 the weather The subject was con theless have been a majority for the Do Nannie Harris 20 3256 flued chiefly to France and the Na Do Win C Harris 51 J 427 road polpons The second lecture last eve- Â¬ The glade precinct gave the largest 200 Do A T FWi 8 ning comprised a thorough elucidation 1302 majority of any precinct in the county Do Isoni F Todd 43J of the momentous Eastern question Do Nancy Joues 148J 3058 against the road yet there were near- Â¬ threatening iue peace of Europe fol Henry Walker to Audereou Baker ly asnauy votes in Glade for the road lowid by a varied desciiptiou of the 11 125 as there were in Richmond precinct great battles or the Crimean War of James Audersou to Abe G Simpson against tbe road Glade precinct has 1SM 5 illustrated by large colored 191 9000 gotten the past fhiealj ear from the pulnted expressly itiaps for this Robert Lotes to James Keton 54 county 8000 for turnpikes and wants scries The concluding ledture Thurs 11000 thB present flsdttl yean i SIRB Glade Uy evening will be a fcrallhlb portray Â¬ Robert Lotes to Sarah A Keton precinct has the only iron biidge Hi al r the iinsiarretl Mexican expedi Â¬ 46 the county built by the county Rich- Â¬ 101 tion from its inception to its tragic Mary Wodery to Wm Bates 15 mond precinct lias not had a dollar close with the life aud career of Mnx for tweuty years for a turnpike or 176 milian ami Carlota with jiersonal bridge yet she pays ten times as much 225 Geo Seekerk to Joe Porks 2 remnisceuces of CarloUi This lecture Herman J Pigg to Pit Beuge tax as Glade Elliston and million the Professor sajs Is regarded as the 24 the portions of the couuly alnug with 100 most attractive of the three delivered Richmond precinct through which Gi W Bradsber to E P Falrchjld here the fctoposed road will most likely run 75 14 filicide E P Fairchlld to G W Bradsber have received little aid from tbe coun 600 tj but have been pajlng tax with On last Thursday Arch Stotls a 1 which J Stone Walker to A S Hisle Glade to build roads and bridges In young man aged 19 yenrs Jiving lu the It does seem to us that Glade 192225 214 western part of this comity took a ought to have exhibited a more gener- Â¬ W B Smith to L W Johnson dose of Rough on Rats aud died ous spirit toward her friends 275 He assigned as his reason that he was G2 Had the election occurred a week 21 Sarah Todd to S G Hanson5f tired of llviug He was seen to lake later the majority would have been W O OggExr loRicha Wells148 up a shut gun and examine it carefully There Is no M II nearer 2000 than 812 Johnson Pigg to W W several times before taking tbe ioisou 3000 doubt that money was sent into the 3 A week before the fatal act he had Pigg J G Dimii to Wm White county to defeat the proposition aud talked with a neighbor about the best 1530 as the idea gaiued circulation that 61 way to commit suicide railroads were sending money It D Ballard to Caleb Gwion other to A few hours after the death of Arch defeat the proposed road the 248301 here his older brother William aged 22 174 c to John Batim question presented itself to the people N C Bouuey years managed in some way to uet are our Interests the same as those 550 hold of enough of the polsou to nearly atark other roads and ths answer could D Benton c to Henry Richardson take his life He was unconscious for a not be otherwise than No 175 lime but the hard work of a physician 16 Now thut the proposition has carried D Bentou to Andy Richardson 10 pulled him through But William tile question arises will the road be 200 claims that he did not take the poison Every Indication points to built G B Turley to Joseph Boggs 04 Intentionally Really he does not ap- Â¬ an early beginning While we have 10700 pear to kiiow precisely how he did get Joseph S Beggs to G B Turley not heard what the phuis of the build it But to demonstrate that he is en- Â¬ 77440 ers are we should think that work tirely fcarles when it comes to cold 7 would begin at Nicholasville and proG B Tuiley to 1 C Bronston 4 prison death and similar tilings he ceed simultaneously toward both Rich- Â¬ 5875 came to town on Monday and secured mond aud Lawrenceburg and another license to get married as will be seen Declaimers Contest force at ijawrenceburg would work by reference Io the marriage column In that way The fourth annual joint Declaimers towards Nicholasville The I 0 0 W Anniversary Contest of the Philaletliean and Epi tho supplies could be hauled over the The Court houc was well filled on pliyllidiaii societies was celebrated hi Louisville Southern from Louisville to chapel lust Friday Harrodsburg thence over the Cincin- Â¬ last Thursday night to witness the cel tlie University uialit The audience in attendance nati Southern tn Nicholasville ebrstionunder theau plces of Madison A letter fiom Judge Richards attor- Â¬ Lodge No 14 of the OOih Anniversary was not so large as usual but a great deal ol Interest Wa manifested The ney for the L mlsville Southern says of Odd Fellowship in the United States MNs Minnie B Smith presided at the chairman Mr J II Van Lear the no time will be lost hi goiug to work organ and in the choir were Miss medalist of last year made a short ou the road Grace Hart Miss Annn Frazee Mrs address of w elcouie in which he staled G W Pickels and Messrs A D the object and origin of the contests Flora W L Arnold and F H Adair After prayer by Dr Logan Mr G S A beautiful quartette was followed by Taylor Augusta Ky was iutroduced The Nomination ot an ode sung by tho members of the and declaimed Mr Taj lors voice James O Blaine loJg Prajer was olfered by Rev was very pleasing aiiti he seemed a THLlile A J Mls Jessica Camp Â¬ bell sang that sweet and pathetic veritable champiou of the Plumed Spartacus to the Envois of solo- - The Last Rose of Summer aud Knight her rendition was pronounced most Rome was the next declamation HOWS THIS delivered by Mr A L Irvine of superb We otter One Hundred Dollars Renaturalness ami ease His Mr New Ion read an interest- Â¬ Lebanon ward fur any case of Catarrh that can ing historical sketch or Madison Lodge ou the floor spoke well of his training Taj lor of Montana next not be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Mr J F lie said it was chartered hi the year Ingersoll in the Presence Cure declaimed 1843 and W L Neale R D Mhone F J CHENEY CO Proprs J C Peacock Joshua Vilson and of Deathi His gestures were abun Toledo Ohio dant ami polished aud shorted care- Â¬ Thomas P Young were the charter Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter- Â¬ members The lodge was organized ful practice ami study Following biiA Mr J W Joffrion nally acting directly upon the blood April 27th1843 45 years agoaud R D and mucus surfaces of the system Malioue J C Peacock W L Neale ol Lousiana rendered Now England His earnestness Price 75 cents per bottle Sold by J era In New Orleaii J W Clark D I Field Wm Wil- Â¬ Brooks Â¬ apr25 lm liams John P Ballard Joseph Ode of manner and lull and clear enuncia- J tion elicited loud applause and G Kelley were the officers elected Regulus to the Carthaginians Ihe first iuiiitlate was Sidney KTurner aud then followed Ellas Kurts Wil- Â¬ was tlie titloof the selection of Mr T liam Jarmaii and Robert R Stone A Van Lear of Shreveport La His The lodge room was in the second voice which is full aud rich was modstory of a brick house tiiat stood where ulated to almost perfect harmony with His Mr Stocktons reiidence now stands the character of his selection During the year I D Smith Ralph audience sat spell bound as they listen Â¬ Do you want pure drugs aud the best Harris E Cosby Fred Yeiser B N ed to the fierce defiance of Carthage brands of tobaccos and cigars You WeUier Cyrus J MillerJ C Gentry aud Caithagluiaiis by the intrepid can find them at I J Brooks Dudley Welnter John U Smith aud Roman it tut It reemed as llloiigh I hey June2i tf to the Vei liable IMus Turner were initialed Odd were transports TJC x time and place of the occurence dinner vrotl en0 7 Fellwhip was then only lweut four TJV and aro prevented by Dys Â¬ Mr M V hottit of Ftiinkfori de -- tate year od in the United and lu Dyspepsia Tablets Allium s Oration nei pepsia areuse Ackerscure for Dyspepsia In Kiilnck li ie weiti tnee lodges in elrtiniei a positive They His rendition d ibis digestion flatulency ana ixmsupauon IfCiurs Btd LiMit ville unit one eauh ut CovhiKlon must difficult i ehcUnn was highly We gurnteo them 25 and 50 cents Henderson lasville Friliktort W U White Prescription Uiuygl l Lexington Nicholasville Danville aud dramatic Mr S A Curtis of Georgetown Lancaster Besides these two had susjiended ilsewhere making Rich Â¬ followed him with The 22ud of De- Â¬ in which the Lauding of is warranted is because it is the best mond No 14 One of the first subjects cember The Blood Preparation known It will posi Â¬ tiie Pilgrims was reened discussed in tlie new lodge was a pro Blood Diseases was pleasing tively cure alland thoroughly purifies the whole system cessiou aud dinner Th6 minutes manner ou tlie rostrum builds up the in the extreme and his delivery natural constitution Remember we guarantee it which seem to have been kept mainly Sold by W G White Preecriptitil by Mr S K Turner make frequent aud easy The Chairman then introduced Mr Druggist mention oi -- our approaching proces- Â¬ til sion It occurred on the ISth of D C Lllj of Irvine Ky who pleas Putrouize J J Brooks the druggist iugly declaimed Confederate States August 1S43 and Mr David Irvine The beautiful and pathetic poem of Field was chief marshal Mr Craw- Â¬ Furl that Banner ford o Nicholasville delivered tlie Father Ryan with which his selection closed was oration As the procession moved down 6treet it is said Auut Polly elegantly rendered A shower of applause greeted the Webster who died not long ago at aprl8 3t the advanced age of 90 years was iutroductfon of the only Richmond standing in her door and seeing her representative Mr W S Bronston The Death of Lafayette was the Ladles wishing the latest styles in sou exclaimed Why law me title of ills selection aud the deeds of trimming will visit Green the Ben joined just the other day and apr4 tf now he Is at the head of tlie proces- Â¬ the gallant champion of Liberty were Front sion Tlie dinner was spread by the handsomely recounted by him aud his memory venerated with true feel- Â¬ A and reliable Mcdicinefl are thebest late John P Ballard or Uncle Jack VJ vfc todependupon Ackers Blood El- Â¬ ing and earnestness Before the year 1848 M D Waiuscott 1 he laBt declamation was given by ixir has been prescribed for years for allim Win M Irvine ami Dr F J Dicker puritiesoftheBlood IneveryfoimofScrof Mr A P Gregory of Goshen Ky nlons Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases it is son had jopjed In 1871 the memberof Mind Subject The March His invaluable For Rheumatism has no equal ship had reached 85 but witiiin the Prescription succeeding nine years dropped to only delivery was forcible full aud earnest Sold by W Q White The judges Dr J V Logan Judge Druggist 26 members But Ihe wasting ener- Â¬ gies were recuperated and now the C H BretK and Maj Curtis F Bur- Â¬ Among the Northern Lakes odge has 8G membeis the highest netii consulted for a few moments together when Maj Btirnam ascend- Â¬ of Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa Mis- Â¬ number ever attained Madison Lodge No 14 has furnished two Grand Mas- Â¬ ed Ihe rostrum and announced that souri and Dakota are hundreds of de- Â¬ ters the late Edward W Turner and the medal was awarded to Mr Thomas lightful places where one can pass the Maj A J Reed the latter of whom A Van Lear of Shreveport La Loud summer months in quiet rest and en- Â¬ Is the youngest Graud Master the and enthusiastic applause greeted the joyment aud return home at the end of the heated lerrn completely rejuveu State has ever had The lodge has announcement After the benediction bad been pro- ated Each recurriug season brings to furnished threeGraud Marshals Hon nounced by Dr Logan the declaim- Â¬ Oconouiowoc Waukesha Beaver R E Little deceased Squire D P ers retired to their respective society Dam Frontenac Okobojl Hotel 81 Armer aud W B White From 1870 to the present Madison lodge has halls and received the congratulations Louis Lake Minnetonks White Bear aud innumerable paid out In charities 2359 to relief of their frieuds Flowers frtiltB and Excelsior Springs fraternity banners aud designs were other ennrming localities witii ro- Â¬ 1020 to widows and orphans S849 to burial of dead 340 and to inciden- Â¬ showered upon the contestants in great mantic names thousauds of our best people whose winter homes are on tals 4141 The widows aud orphans profusion either side of Ma on and Dixons Hue fund now araouuts to 3000 The late The Railroad Election Elegance aud comfort at a moderate Mr W S Hume Is credited with Below Is given the official vote poll- Â¬ cost can he readily obtained A list of being the chief promoter of that fuud ed at the election held in Madison summer homes with ull necessary in- Â¬ Recently the degree of The Daughters of Rebekah has been added to Madi county 011 Saturday April 2Sth ou formation pertaining thereto is being son Lodge is composed of the wives the proposition for Madison county to distributed by the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway aud will be sent and daughters of O Id Fellows aud subscribe 2 30000 to the capital stock of the Richmond Nicholasville free upon application by letter to A V numbers 20 in membership It Is H Carpenter General Passenger Following Mr Newlous admirable Beatty villa Railroad Company as follows Agent Milwaukee Wis may22m sketch was a chorus by the choir PRECINCT ruK AGAINST Have Mercy Upon Me O Father Best uncamassed Sigar Cured Hams 142 1022 iclimond Judge J 3 Cheuault Introduced and Breakfast Bacon cant be beat at W 119 Koxtowu 179 Jutlge Wm H Holt of the Court of Union M Blounts First Street aprje tf 87 170 Appeals and in ait elalKirate and Kllisiou 331 02 scholarly mauner beset forth the Ideas Yates 158 220 127 372 advantages and uses of Odd Fellow Glade- Reiriaiiiim unclaimed in the Post 201 KirUsville- 26 ship He was listened to attentively 1 Pooseyt 52 Office at Richmond Ky week ending 07 mid the general remark at the con- Â¬ Million May 8 1SS8 224 32 clusion was that the address was an Newman Lucy Ballard Minnie Total 1519 2BI Ballou Richard Muckels Mrs C W able one 1519 Benny A Rice L The lodge sung the cl slug oiro ami Richards Wm 2 BntrferThos j the exereies closed with jirayer by j Majority 812 Caunibell Louisa Toraic Polly Rev W Y bheppard It is seen by the above that 3850 ChtUtopher Emily Turpin Solomon Willi Marion Jtep tiniig to the lodge room mi votes were polled In the countv 2331 Imne Anna Cirfnady Joseph Williams Randolph escellent supper was found and every and 1516 against the road aml McGce H C Wilson Stewart niteutloii was shown the guests by the thitt the majority is 812 The total Posi Office hours from 6 a jr to 7 p - county vole hist August ladies in chnrgrfi The entire proceedwai 458S 31 Money order anil n giatrred letter lugs from beginning lo cud were sue- - Thiols large m ijurltyiand espcchil- - hours prompt 7 a jr to 0 p m cesful py when tbe fuct Is considered Una i J D WILLIS v J - jP H1 i 1 - ii BOUND TO GO LARGE OF-k n eoehmnS SHACKELFORD GENTRY HIJ Â¬ HioTnvroisri sNnjczrszr 15 Iron and STOCK The Largest Hardware FurnishingAgriculand tural Stove House Tinware House in Eichmond V rnTTTiTn E3 JJE wT JL Goods Hats and Furnishing IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTOQKY AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR jI J R IN THIS TOWN We keep constantly on hand a large stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE of all kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE Â¬ RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all goods hi other fine that we for Tobacco handle Special attention given to furnihing Kails Hinges Bolts Barns We are the agents for the most celebrated - We can not give you a in Richmond c house and lot or a gold watch and chain with every Suit or Hat as we dont ask Farming Implements and Machinery you that extra profit but guarantee to We call attention to a few that we keep and are ageats for give you more aiid better es m1- - Clo h ng Hats irumishm g Goods con- Â¬ than you ever got before for same money Owing to backward spring we have cluded to f COT DOWN OUR STOCK which is larger than ever and in order to do so we will almost sell them at Â¬ The Walter A Woods Twine Binders Reapers and Mower Tlie Buckeye Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers The Celebrated Oliver Chilled Plows over 1500 of them having Veen W fey hs They have rto equal Meikel Sfeel Plots and Double Shovels Nose better James H Halts Steel Hill Sd and Turning Plows The Celebrated Browns Walking and Riding Cultivators The Celebrated Big Injun Sulky Plow oaiy bar te be sees te know that k b the best in the market The Keystone Disk Harrow that is proaoimccd Hie best m ue The Only Reliable Cprn Planter Vandiver Rotary Ask aM who have cd them At least 100 of them in use in the couoty The Eians Corn Drill the only one that has pfoved a perfect stteces Have sold them forbears The Celebrated Bell City Feed Cutter both for power ami haod Nee etpat te it Also a full line of other kinds of Feed Cutters The Celebrated Okl Hickory Farm Wagon We have also taken the agency for the Croker FertWaer and Chetmeal CeVs Fer- Â¬ tilizer that is pronounced the best in the United States Try k oa eem tobacco potatoes and w heat in fact an thing that grows BSSfWe keep a list of all Farmmg Implements that we sM and who hays them and any one that wants to satisfy himself as regards satisfaction that they give can ask parties using them Mi a ood Jth will and and aera the ere bly 41 rip-- Your Own Price 1 11 COME AND SEE THE ave ear tar DETERMINED TO KEEP GOODS FOE Hi Idr bop HALLS 1 BJ Â¬ FINEST GOODS NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES ever named for same quality of goods at the oldest Clothing House in Eichmond The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairy The Farmer can find alt he want under our rrtnf Machincrr Trice chnhu 1 lames Hay forks Shove c The Carpenter and Builder can find ail he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can And the only complete stoek of Iron Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the town We of course cant enumerate all the goods we hamHe bet ak aM te come and see for themselves the stock of goods we keep m 127 foot store home They wiM ieb elle or find THBEE FLOORS PULL OF USEFUL GOODS We alo run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only employ the most competent workmen Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic hfancclf wiK give special attention to all work done in that Kne ROOFING GUTTERING RE- Â¬ C as he has done in the past PAIRING Our long experience in our business enables us to be well up in it in the way of markets and buying our goods strictly for cash enables us to buy at the bottom price and that benefit we give to our customers Dont forget that ou can always ind the lowest prices and the best good at the old reliable hcoe of J may2 tf B STOTJTFER Eikst Street mch2i tf SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO- - CATARRH CURE Â¬ ETS r J From this Date until Tuesday May 8th ad- - Mens Kangaroo at Jack Freemans Shoes for tender feet We will give away 250 ELEGANT CROQUET SETS as follows FTR an one u5rin from lls as muJh as Ten Dollars worth 0f Beady Made Clothing Hats or Eurnishing Goods we will give a complete four ball Croquet Set inP ttTHFTHP o X f Â¬ any one buying frm us as much as Eifteen Dollars worth of Ready Made Clothing Hats or Eurnishing Goods we will give a complete six hall Croquet set EiPlfcTTYJ nS TT7nP awi To any one buying from us as much as Twenty Dollars worth of Ready Made Clothing Hats or Eurnishing Goods we will give a complete eight ball Croquet Set THIRD GIFT Â¬ Call and See Our Exquisite Line of Goods And if they are not as cheap as you can get them any where else dont buy We give you the full value of your mouey in whatever you may purchase besides give yoit a handsome Croquet Set If you do not want the Croquet Set for yourself give it to some friend you could not make a nicer present and one that would be more appreciated Dont let this opportunity pass as we will offer LETTERS These Croquet Sets where they are kept for sale will cost you from 2 to 4 Now is the time to get a set EREE EREE EREE j fr -- COVINGTON J mitchel i f Ju - Hi FORWARD Serious DIsontcr Which Cornel or Com presiion cX Blood Veeli Every one knows that stooping lor ward particularly aflor rising quickly fcvni the bed ia th morning when the stqwaeli is empty and the heart lms less than onlinary support lrom ie rkwera Mow the diaphragm b very apt to occasion a form of f tint Bess whh vertigo not unlike that wlich oeeur in seasickness Wt do not at the moment speak of the faint ness aad giddiness from oerebral tnxmia which are directly eoaseqoeBt upon suddenly assuming the erect after long continuing in the reetimueat posture hut of the more alarming sation of being in the caster of objeots which are rapidly passing away nsiial ir front left to righ with loss of power to stand or ewH sit and aw almost nightmare feeling of inability to call fur help or do any thing to avert a catastrophe while thronghout the ex-Â¬ perience the suiarer retains aouteooa seiousisass This we say k familiar as one at least of the effects not uneommoaly produced by stooping forward under the special conditions indicated With many other varieties of the vertigo concoousnt upon heart weakness or cerebral MMemia observation or ex perieoee has made us all acquainted We eaa set however help thinking that the consequences of even parÂ¬ tial oomircocioa of veins of the neck o goring a obstacle to the return of Meed from the head with its imporÂ¬ tant organs are not so well recognized The peculiar form or more accurate Â¬ ly the several forms of headache dis Â¬ tinctly caused ia this way when the head k long bowed forward on the oh est bending the neck on itself can- Â¬ not fail to occur to every one nor will the high tension of the eyeball the twgid and heavy eyelids the snuffing nose the deafness with bussing and throbbing in the ears the heavy breathing and the puffed and perhaps ffnshed or darkened color of the face racuUiug from the obstructed venous ofreuiation through the bended Meek be forgotten There are other and more perilous though secondary effects of leaning forward when the heart is weak or the blood vessels are not as strong as they ought to be which should not be over Â¬ looked Beyond question the extra strain upon the apparatus of the cir Â¬ culation by any thing that impedes the free passage of the blood through almost any part of the venous system fe more severe aid dangerous than a physically equal strain thrown on the arteries At least this is so in adult Mm and frit out going further into details in eonneetion with the modus operandi of the mischief to which we point it may be permissible to urge that the subject is one to which at Â¬ tention may be usefully directed 11m weakly and those who are not unlikely to have hearts readily over Â¬ burdened and Mood vessels stretched beyond recovery or even ruptured should be warned quite as earnestly against suddenly assuming ot toe Jong retaining any post- whtch do however slightly partially impede the return of blood through the veins We know how prolonged sitting may cause the veins of the legs to evend and either give way or permit the extravasation of their content Whin this sort of tMng happen even though in trili ng degree inthecasa of vessels directly connected with such delicate organs as the eja the ear and the brain it is oner to s that th i reutlu may be very serious in their character and probably few pastur s commonly taken up by persons win lead somewhat sedentary lives are si prone to do mis ehicf naao ice I as that of leaning for Â¬ ward as at work at a table which is not sufficiently hih to insure the bead being su riisad that the veins of tlic neck may not be in any war r thj return of blood from ih- - had embarrassed or delayed We re re i oa to believe that if this ap- iicillr small matu r were generally i mlisiond there would he fewer heads ami heart troubles and we will go so far as to say that some lives now lost would be saved IahvIo Tmncct BENDING FACTS lie can FOR FARMERS it plants up A farmer should buy nothing thai grow on tho farm Ran the roHer over tho wheat Said if the frost should throw the LEADS THE WOBLD S500 In Gold for General Superiority at Cin cinnati inuisiriai exposition alter liui irnu sou xtper test PEERLESS TO THE FORTY THIRD ANNUAL STATEMENT -- OF THE- - I- A mortgage on tho homo makes the fireside gloomy for it shuts out tho sunshine of prosperity and frcehoart edness We do not know of any farm which will support a family without work or care Nriiher Provhtenco or the ooBstitHliea over promised such a PEOPL B OF- - thing sa h Turkeys fatten best when fed three times a day allowing them all the corn they can eat If penned ia coops they become dkoeatontod and will not thrive or fatten A correspondent says that a good way to learn a calf to drink i3 to punch the pith out of a oorn cob put the cob in the calf s mouth and put the nose in the milk in the paiL It is bad policy to wash harnoss with soap as the potash injures the leather If the harness becomes rusty rub off ibe dirt as well as pos- Â¬ sible with a soft brush and apply a dressing of grain black followed with oil or tallow which will fasten the color and make the leather soft and pliable It costs but very little to have tho yards look neat A few trees and a row of hedge with a plot of flowers here and there the whole costing but a few dollars will add 100 to the value of the dace by giving it an at-Â¬ tractive appearance Sonde up the front yard and spread a thick layer of manure over the ground turning the ground over again in the spring If only a very little quantity of granulated honey is put into liqnid honey it will all be granulated in a short time so barrels or vessels which have held granulated honey will if refilled with liquid honey soon cause it all to become solid In the same way sections which have bees partially filled one season nnd the uncapped cell granulated will if used another season make all the honey granulate A writer in the WtMern Buretl says Nose of what ne call our na- Â¬ tive stock have any thing like a fair chance If we buy a high priced im Â¬ proved dairy cow we think nothing too good for her We are almost inclined to take her into the parlor and if wo do not wc do not think that the parlor k any too good for her She gets the best food that the farm affords and if that k not first class we buy that that k If there k any thing of merit in the animal it can not keep coming out conspicuously But any thing is good enough for the common cow It k a mistaken policy to feed out the best fodder of all kinds first Cat- Â¬ tle having been tampered with the best the farm afforded early in the season and there being nothing else that coarse stuff to feed them later find it difficult to make the change get off their feed and what is more come ont in the spring a sorry looking lot If they were intended to be sold their price will be distressingly low ami they must undergo another sum- Â¬ mer of best pasturage an ot Iter winter of more rational feeling and come out the next spring very costly beet American Agriculturist DISEASE GERMS IN ICE Trpbohf PeTerllarteria Not Roadllr Kill- Â¬ ed by Cold and Freezing A great deal of careful experiment has shown that water in freezing largely expels its coarser visibfo con Â¬ taminations and also that a large p r portiou of the invisible bacteria which it contains may be destroyed even as many as ninety per cent But still large numbers may remain alive for many sixseies areq dto invulnerable to the action of cobl It has been f unl that in ice formed from water contain Â¬ ing mauy bacteria such as water with sewage contamination the snow ice almost invariably eoitains many more living bacteria than the more solid transparent part so that the snow layer should be especially avoided in ce ootained from questionable sources Unfortunately the bacteria which cause typhoid fever are not readily killed by cold and may remain alive for months fast frcnn in a Id ck of ice But the typhoid fever germ can be present in waer so far as we know only when it k contaminated with refuse from persons suffering from the disease so that if we can be certain that our ice was cut from water unoon tamiuated with sewage of human waste we have nothing to fear from its use so far as this disease is con- Â¬ cerned All of the pond and lake ice supplied to Xjw York is of fairly good and most of it of exoelent qual- Â¬ ity and no doubt the danger of con- Â¬ tracting typh id fever from the use of the larger pari of the Hudson river ice is quite remote But a considera- Â¬ ble quantity of the Hudson river ice is cut just below Albany where the stream k so greatly contaminated with the sewage of two large towns Troy and Albany as to be absolutely filthy In both of these towns typhoid fever k of frrq tent oc- Â¬ currence during the period in which ice is forming and the waste from the victims passes directly into the river There would therefore seem to be a very real danger in the use of aome of the Hudson river ice 21 MUekell lruddcH M D in ibjwur Bektice AfonMfy Peerless Vjitriaes Traction and Portable Donicitir and Creamery The istiew-A-iei- k AND Mutual B enent zest j LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF- - Old Reliable A Wilkes Smith D D S f above Second Professional Cards KE8TUCKHTBLBR OFFICE Malnatrcet two doors june22 tf THS-TWOBTALLi- BLUE GBASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest lioute FROM J C MORGAN -- D D S Madi- Â¬ son National Bauk Kicbmond OFFIJE Main street over CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO -- Ky AUi POINTS MONT BWE1 STANDARD Jnae22tf DR J Mt POYNTZ AND BURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE 8cond street next to june22tf Whites Drug 8tore North East West and Southwest PAST XjT3STS BETWEEN 1J0ELN WILKEj Will make the season of SS af t 5 Trajwor 1 rr es Richmond o the Irvine turr mont Bla herwH stand at -- r ti a-e a living colt aad Jotm Wilkes ar j u with usual privilege of return ir N mare ts not parted with ra iuiitviu T341n k C ttiiru ret 2 149 trtol on slow J mile track full brother to First Call Alracnt Bhtcher is a seal br iwjr May 20th l83o has one white f j x and one in front isK hands weighs 1100 pound when in st cc- ired bjr Athlete sire of F tCi tion Isaac G 2a4j 2721 AtheM ZKzd 2 3 Ta 235 Athlone 4 Geneva Maid - i- - c year okf -K 2 240 May Josephwe 4 ytar i and Many others thaf e cart Athlete by Alwtont 33 by A 1 Haa Abd llah 5 by Jigittcs Gciscr Steam Gang Plows ThrebluT and Cleaner Lexington anil Cincinnati Sehedale in Effect Jan 29th 1SSS SOUTH BOUND Lve Covington Ive Kalmoatb Lvc Cynlhtsna Arr Paris No 2 Ex Hub fcjo ara of McKee JtMWS tJflmUBRKHK im- --Hl apr25 6m BEAUTIFY Of this sum tuere Las already been returned to Policyholders Mortsana f r-w uuide 11 Jf 19853800 428 per cent For Policy Claims 12856409 110 For Surrendered Policies 34828813 7SMnnnnnnnnBMMfc 290 I wish to return my most sincere thanks For Dividends for their liberal patronage during the past 07539081 837 per cent rvt Rnr Mia on the 17 or 18 years and hope that in the future Total in th past I may in a measure prove as rNG CO 18953651 Leaving still In the Companys possession worthy of the same The Companys Investments have yielded sufficient returns to aieace I beg leave to announce for the coming pay all Expenses nnd Taxes nnd still to add to the Policy- Â¬ season that I have purchased and shall 23157681 holders fund for the fulfillment ofexhting contracts keep daily the largest and most select TOUR LAWta stock in every respect that has ever been 42111233 Total Asset January 1 1888 Market Valu s shown in this vicinity and at prices that Surplus by New York nnd Maosachusetts Standard Actuaries 4 absolutely 3277177 per cent- Reserve aud Market Vulue of Assets 5623762 Surplus by former New York Standard discontinued tills year iTCt - tn Feed TMcnt Variable Frie Pat Dogs Oiher Counties TOTAL PREMIUMS to January 1st 1888 11649263599 70 62 69 01 G W EVANS M D AND SURGEON Hecond PHYSICIAN OKFICE june22tf street No i Dally KtHob No 8 DR T J TAYLOR Practitioner In aiedlcineand Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Secoud streetover Dykes Grocery Store juue22t Arr lxipgtou 98 35 33 DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET live Parts Arr Winchester Arr Richmond Arr l ancaster Arr Stanford lve Hlclimoud Arr Berea Arr IavlnKxton NORTH-BOU-N-D 835 pa Ijoa pm a a 938 pa 3C2S ps zxo5 a a 1024 pa 430 pra pra 1140 aal 1050 pm 1130 pta 1130 pa 610 pra pm 1159 asa pra 135 pa pra 200 pa 1003 A 1 VI 1 ft 4 a- 510 3M 00 pm pa -- 330 pm S4S P pm -- Next Door to Luzons Up Stairs Residence at WHHa House 76 June 22 tf No 3 No 1 No 5 -4- 76 DEFY COMPETITION LossesPaidin Kentucky over 2000000 00 IT HAS THE LARGEST BUSINESS IN KENTUCKY DR PHIL ROBERTS Offers his professional services to -- the 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 public Street Richmond Ky Office In drug store on lower Main July27 ly Sf i Patented lUrch 22 67 FOLDING LAWH SETTEL Tho Peer of all SJ Nice Wall Paper worth 15 cents now Nice new gilt paper trom 15 10 cents cents per roll upwards Curtain Poles in laira Seats Above cut represents our patented Settee The only Settee ever xceule thct will adjust itself to uneven ground Light durable handsome and strong Painted bright red and ornamented Price Settees tl50 anil 250 Chairs 150 Kocltert 8300 each They all fold flat If yonr dealer dont keep them ask him to order for you from AHEEIOAH POISING CEAI2 CO 1301 to 1323 N Main Cherry Mahogany Walnut and Ebony too cheap to name prices Nice Window Shades complete with fixtures each 50 cents and upwards Pictures and Picture Frames cheaper than you ever dreamed of In regard to Mixed Paints with an actual practical experience of more than 20 years in the mixing and spreading of paints I think I can claim to know something about Paints Â¬ All Policies incontestlble after two 2 years except for fraud No restrictions on travel or occupation alter two 2 years FOKD KY All Policies noii forleiiiiiK alter two payments Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the af- Â¬ or the reserve value loaned on policies vu collateral se- Â¬ Fifty 50 percent ternoon curity where valid assignments can be made June 22 tf Losses paid immediately on completion of proofs without wailing the usual sixty or ninety diiys W T SEXSMITH M D Iu economy of Management Largeness of Dividends Liberality of Policy PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Is excelled by NO other Company and Absolute Non Forfeiture it WHITE HALL KY It does what it says furnishes the most insurance for the least money Forany additional information apply to Offers his professional services to the aug17 lyr public r 342 AVkst Main Street Louisville Ky ADVANT GJ ES DR U C AMBROSE 00 am Lve Livingston 1035 am Lve Berra Arr Richmond - 1145 am Lve Stanford 730 am Sio am Lve Lancaster 1100 am Arr Rlcbmnud Lve Rlchmun- d- 130 pm Arr wlnch ester 225 pra Rdys 4it c- 10 6u Arr Fans Lve Lexington Lve runs Lve Uynthlana Lve Falmouth Arr Covington 820 a a pa r25 a a 300 pm 830 am 350 4336 pm Sw am 430 pa 431 pm 10U33 am 535 pm 600 pm 1135 am 650pm 3 2S Pm am rjS am dam AlmontBhiehersi td mLai Z f rwst CaM 272 J K R 300 pm pm 3 BelMouader N 63 and sire os Vr- Gill 2727 and the danKof ten 2 31 - - MAYSVILLE NORTH BOUND Lve Covington Lexington Arr Mlllersbnrg Carlisle Johnson Maysvllle BRANCH NoT It No 9 Dally Dallv Ex Sun Ex Sufi IS W SMITH api25 4t CO State Agenvs ins T LOUIS Ji npr4 6m St AtthB GMI FRONT does not pay to buy a cheap mixed paint that has no reputation on the market Why Because the same has never been tested by long use and that alone is a fair test for a good mixed paint We have a mixed paint from 60 cents per gallon up to our It J Speed Smith - C S Powell RICHMOND Agents DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY Parrlshs 72s a 825 a a 852 am 916 a a 1010 am 1045 a 200 pm 425 pm 5130 pm a 75 pm 740 547 Pm 6ett pm pa SOUTH BOUND Lve Maysvllle Jolinson Carlisle Mlltersburg Arr larls Lexington Covington KENIUCKY the public Office at Powell Aug 17 tf Oflers bis professional services to No IS No 12 Datly Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun 555 630 724 743 815 915 U M C B Heath HEATH J F Cobnelison C0RNELIS0N 1135 am 1250 pm am 135 pm ara 219 pra am 243 pa am jwpm am 610 pm am 00 pm You Can Find Practicing Physicians KENTUCKY RICHMOND offer their professional services to the 4janly public STRICTLY PURE LINSEED OIL PAINT in use for over twenty years all over the United States and Canada and stands at the head of all other mixed paints for beauty of finish covering qualities and durability Every package that has been on the market and Tlie Clotliiej AT McREES OLD STAND 9 ar- Â¬ 15 leaves Lexington 800 p m rives Paris 842 p m No 8 leaves Covington 450 p m ar- Â¬ rives Falmouth 650 p m No 7 leaves Falmouth 600 a m arrives Covington 800 a m No Daily Except Sunday DR public GILES HARRIS WACO KY jan4tf Offers bis professional services to the Cor First and Main Streets Richmond Ky DR S M LETCHER FULLY GUARANTEED to give entire satisfaction Prices extremely low quality considered INTERIOR DECORATOR One of the latest novelties in the Millinery line also almost any other style ol Hat Painting and Paper Hanging Com- Â¬ you may desire petent workmen sent to any part of the Ladies are cordially invited to call and country Work done in most artistic man examine my goods Everything new and ner and at most reasonable rates marytf 6ret clais Prices reasonable I have se- Â¬ cured the services of an experienced trimmer of Cincinnati and promise satisfac- Â¬ I tion in that art Mas J F Stone Â¬ it THE RSATCHLESS GEO II fflllfillG HATS CAPS GEHTS FUBH1SHENG THING GOODS TRUNKS VALISES PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON KENTUCKY RICHMOND janly Office on First Street H W BRIGHT M D NOTE Trains 3 and 4 are dally between Winchester Lexington and Cincinnati other trains are dally except Sunday Direct connection Is made at Winchester with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling Ashlaud Hnntlnctou Charleston W Vo and Eastern Cities FAST LINE Nos 3 and run via Win chesterHolld Trains with Pullman Sleeplng Care Detween Cincinnati and Richmond Va and Winchester aud Washington D C Through Tickets and Baggage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad For full particulars address or call on any agent of the Company or E K BACON 8 F B MORSE Jen Fassr Ajtt Trav Paasr Agt Covington Ky Lexlngtou Ky H E HUNTINGTON F B CARR Agt Manager Richmond Ky Genl Uenrral Offices Covington Ky PHYSICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street next door to Whites Drug Store Special attention given to Microscop- Â¬ ical aud Chemical examinations of tissues and fluids of the buman body tut BtCooh8jrnp Tastes good druijulsts In ttmo Sold CUIUS WKUil AU tAI- U- br Usa Lady Blucher k a remarkable srcL r f a She ha pro uced e ducer and all of them show a high rate 57 but two have had a days train I very fast road mare herself by H- a- Richards by Blucher by Duroc Blucher Young Millers Damsel by Han- - et rja by Messenger Almont Bluchers 2nd dam T Vermont Boy son of HilTs BIac sire of Ethan Allen 2725 Lance i Young America 2223 etc 3r ac a thoroughbred Almont Bhtcher is a very handi i e perfect horse promise to bea sire and speed his produce are large with perfect tegs and feet an J si v turn of speed with excellent div La Three of Bluchers produce worked some Httie for speed Spc Tickler and the West filly A could beat 3 minutes in their 2 i - -a form and were handled very io yearlings and Speetbnont could K 1 mile in 1 215 wkh ease the other 1 their mile in 2242 and 43 and Tu for Soo cash Others of his prr good all of whieh are from con- - t mares Almont Blucher has races and never loot a heat w ith He k a tr13 months training his colts as well as his breeding t he will transmit the same qua sire Athlete transmits speed hi- Lady Blucher transmits speed g 33 his grand sire transmits speeil g sire Alexanders Abdallah transr- speed his g g g sire Rysdjks Harr tonian transmits speed so there i r missing link Almont Blucher is a show horse as as a trotter having been shjwn c times and got six 1st premiums ar J rJ tj BeMbr mrCi r- - - BWicn-JiTii-liatoiia- M twice apr2S tf E B 1LU ULI AND com-yru-t- cd TURNER PARRISH Attorneys At law RICHMOND KY Special attention civen to abstracting titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky Office in Climax building S E Corner Main and Second Streets up June 22 tf stairs I believe Pisos Care for Consumption saved my life A H Doweix Editor Enqnirer Eden ton N C April 23 18S7 GOEITR Summer Tours Palace Steak ehs Lovi ACT OR A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats Handkerchiefs Hosiery c PIS The best Cough Medi- Â¬ cine is Pisos Cure tor CojiSTixPTioir Children take it without objection By all druggists 25c K BestConghSTrBP By Red Wilkes sire of 13 with rcc- from 216 to 230 1st dam by Mat Harden by Mambrino Fatchen the srr cf thirty two sons and the sire of thirty nD performers and his mares have prod twenty five performers in and sire from 22155 to 22194 Sons cf Mambrino Fatchen have sired the -- soorttv Is prepared to do an Kinds of MATERNAL MAGNETISM Rates BUILDING i The Wonderful SeWtt Iaflaeaees of a XoUtet- - Ts efc Why is a mothers hand on the head of a sick child so soothingF Be Â¬ cause her love stpplics ulectrieiiy which k a eura ivs force and a tonic Animal electricity is an agency not so well understood as K should be by women though they use it continually- It k erroneously confounded with the massage treatment which is nothing more or less than merely rub Â¬ bing the entirj body Animal elec- Â¬ tricity is imparted by careful manipu Â¬ lation of the mttsdes performed by gently stiffening them with both hands This produces aa elasticity of action which causes them to rise thereby increasing their power to act Women whose fingers are sup Â¬ ple and yet sroag can electricity irarart to their children The treatment should b s applied mainly with the fingers When lite nerves are prostrated they ca i be invigorated in the same way They should be gently pressed in one direction and auoh r which tends to 6i th ir vitality The general circulation can bs increased by lightly moving the hands over the surface of blood vesacls net rutWtig them brisk Â¬ ly but using eneuzh forej to quieken the circulation Women can become thoroughly animal elccricians if they will but devote themser s to a earef ul tudy of anatomy The world k full of half invalid women who should be restored to health by this natural method Drugs wil net help them but animal electricity allied under the right eenoim will Womans - Por Trips per We k Betweea DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND DETROIT St Jpnaw ChaOT can Alpsn- - HimsvUls Ofwia Sand Ecacn Tort Huron t OsLul Eeuo Marina City Srry Week Day Betwe n AND CONTRACT WORK Cu AT THE MOST AND Spuriil gsnday Tripe duriaz July and Acinic by our Tlcfcet Ag ent or addresa CLEVELAND Reasonable Eates Â¬ A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Bur OFFICE with C F nam on First Street June 23 tf Attorney at Xxaw J A SULLIVAN E T BURNAM JttoUmiSiittMnx fillSCUBES WHEBE ALL Tutosgood Ceo llSl - Our end Exeuriicn Tleketa wlU b ftzruiahed Illustrated pamphlets Hates E B WHITCOMB Gon Agt Detroit fcClerelcnd Steam riailgaiion Go DETROIT MICH 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 fusion Prices to meet the demands of the times aprl8tf j Pj apr5 6m THE FAMOUS MULE JACK YQUm GEOEGE Irvine Street Tune22 and in the best manner He is a thoroughly educated Carpenter and builder and those contemplating building will do well to secure an estimate from him Office at his residence on Hallie tf Attorney at Iaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE n Firft street 6ame as formerly occupied by County Judge oct6 ly Miller 930imiABsa3Bifaic lUHr7 6ni Charley P 2 2 F t Lennie two Tears e Lulu Patchen 233 Orphia 2227 years 237 Dynamite 22s 2294 - Secottd dam by Gills son of Bonner Bo 123 an J the dams of the King2239V4Gambe 1 WPikes 2226 and a number of others John Wilkes is 16 hands high a beauti ful bay with two white feet behind rr heavy mane and tail and as a show hr e has taken premiums at RiihnonX Louis and every place where he w 3 2219 of Silveron is two years 2233 Iit Attorney at Xaw RICHMOND Office on Second T J SCOTT Will make the present season at the dables of W J Collins- - three miles east of Richmond on the Union City pike KY Street June 22 tf Fine Carriages C S At 5 the Season Payable at time icr of service with privi Â¬ lege of returning any time during the season should rnare prove not to be in foal BriiiR along your mare and a 3 willinm lfyou want a good mule colt COLLINS mar 2m Togcta 8Sf WAV Is la ourCo tfpcrativaCnfe THE Attorney atKYIaw RICHMOND Office on Second POWELL Street jSFHorses handled at reasor 1 c For 347X0 a first class round trip tkirt price but no responsibility for acc er s good tor 90 days with stop over privileges can or escapes be obtained trom St Paul to Great Fall Mon Â¬ tana the coming marotactciicg centra ot the McKEETRAYKOR a OnlySGGOO mrt4 3in northwest a itimui BaintPaulBfi fJiM to Helena Bd wtrnKa AN 1TDB Similar re SAitv auctlonsUIi Bates x ITtk trom points tost and south correspondingly aa low will b named to points in Uionesota and Da Â¬ kota or upon Paget Sound aad the Pacific Coast For further particulars address B E Tnpper District Passencer Agnt 233 Bouth AT THE Oark 8treet Chicago III or C H Wiiuucf General Passenger Agent bt Paul Minn LOW TOURIST RATES shown h FOUND CsSH GROCERY OF HOUSE June 22 tf Firti CItisirtutUi jrfzS WJJ8 k Jv553K I mi mlUim u LOWEST CASH HIBERNATION Vlewj of a GeotieHim OF BEES -- treaty Pleasant Dinner Parties t often deformed by the tierfuneiory methods or the gush of insincerity which arc emniiim among society Im-Â¬ itators mm lifu are wi bent the intimate knou le lg of the associations of their guct- - s that is necessary to place an entirely cougeuial circle aronnd the hospitable board and the smallest mm or of hab taal dinner givers know n hat constitutes a good dinner 7 edo Bla le Three things are absolutely essential to a pleasant dinner party via Plrst a host with a sincere ami generous welcome second a congenial cirt lc of guests and Ibfcd a good dinner The first 1 often not a visabte jmrt of the entertainment the see ml is usually intended bat many times is a failure and the third fc frequently defeated and about eqaally by stinted and lavish supplies The welcome that should ever greet the dinner guest k Tao or tlree years ago one of tlie prufe sor at Yale hid a black tat upon which not a white hair cotdd be fount ISjrntim advertised for scch an animal and soon the pro- Â¬ fessors cat disappeared Two days winter quarters turned out the black eat came back to her former masters bousa and it k bcUcvc t that ne was stolon anl sold to Barnum Tits durance over the d on which puss but nineteen wil- eOMtc DanocraC afr Baraams r trateW is Louis Fjilad Jpna eau everyday in the rear-- 44 ions of po i sleep only far more profound and persk oat In this state respiration k greatly reduced the temperature falling nearly or quite to that of the surrounding air the heart bsaU very feebly and has powers through hightened irritability to circulate im pure or venous bio mL The animal when hibernating take no food is torphl anl harJ to arouse In real hibernation there k no cinksion of fecal matter i meets Most do hibernate indeed so profoundly that all respiration anlercjlation are held in abeyance I have had caterpillars frown to the condition of an icicle and yet with warmth revive an I seem all right DGjr Raumer a itlKirby all record the tamo startling faot Kow how is it with our bee hives The erganj of the mammals in hiberÂ¬ nation are as cold often as sur Â¬ rounding air I have found by put Â¬ ting a thermometer into the duster that in the easa of bes the tempera Â¬ ture will always range from twenty to thirty degrees Fahrenheit above the outkle cold in winter In severe weather there may be a difference of from sixty to eighy degrees We thus sea that the vital action of bees does net fade oat ami of course the main Â¬ springs of this notion the heart and respiratory organs do not greatly lessen or much less fade away Berg Xso take food are constantly chang ing their position and are easily 1 aroused I do not believe that bees can be taken at any lime unless fatally or seriously chilled and the cluster be broken in a warm room and they not allow full activity There Â¬ fore I repeat I do not think that onr bees hibernate The great Kirby of England is In accord wKh this lie says bees do not hibernate -- Prefi A Oeok in Gleanings rht llaj Given tho Suyct Oatvful StuJj Hilernation I understand to be like The TJUTEHB GUIDE is Issued ilarch and Sept ecth year It is an oncy Iclopedia of useful infor motion for all who pur Â¬ chase the luxuries or tho necessities of life We can olothe yon and furnish you with all the necessary snd unnecessary appliances to ride walk dance sleep oat fish hunt wort go to church or stay at home and in various sizes styles end quantities Just figuro out what is required to do all these things COKFORTftBLT and you can makoafair estimate ot the voluo of tho BUYEBS GUIDE which will bo sent upon receipt of 10 cents to pay postage CO MONTGOMERY WARD 111 114 Michigan Avenue Chicago HI FRfiS iiTJriTiftiBmiiMnlrfri KENTUCKY UeIsh SIbIIII TUsIsthO Jltt Cittzpctt 2Iait Convrnin t and only co operative Ejitem of rclllng r ut The watches cro American Ltyer tei VVjaiiers containing every rsenUal to cccuracr dura puny ana have In aCdlttoa csjicrocs ari Uca p Improvements found In no otherwatch Xhcyare absolutely the only Iluil cud Daaipprof Vocr- - s counties nnu in the Court of Apiieals Office in Muster Commissioners office over Circuit Clerks office June 22 If nov Attorney at Xaw Will practice In MudUnuaiiJ adjoining Co A J REED the during tho lost halfceutury Not least flmnntr thn irnnrlnrv nf Inventive progress Is a method and system of work that can be performed alt over the couutry without separating the workers from thlr homes Pay liberal nny one can do the work either sex young or old no special ability required Capital not needed you are started free Cut this out and return to us and we will send you free something of great value and Importance to you that will start you In businrvi which will bring yon In more money right away than nny ihlngrlse in the world Grand outfit free Add ess True Co Augusta Maine 30 IJITWIAU has revolutionized worm DYKES ON lv CARRIAGE - WORKS PilOPMOTOK JOHN DONELSON f Thousands of tho best 38 OO aolil Watch ever mrclc arc sci Ing iu our Co opcrtivo Clib Mison Bonds IS 5 r53 14 5 l3 S Mirt BT - rth Second Street o 3 T r US 4 311141 i i 79 TAZOO RECORD I BROTHER TO 240 YUBA 221 OUSUINE JiVBIMH The IHnil and Srt is thzttxcnf Kit cad simplest made Thcy cre fal y erpid far ap throughout with Fattnt Stsui mch2i6m TAMALJIim to keep fot breeding purposes for my own use than from any stallion in Kentucky because he can pace faster than any stillion in Kentucky that will compare with him in high breeding Will stand at 25 To Iksuke a Living B H NEALE apr 2m By Harold 1st dam by Belmont 2d Mambrino Chief 3d Roebuck nranZi awroWtfrtluHjy and terrier Joony5WirnfeA Our cooperative System brings then rithln the reach 1 1 every v Club one L fin DOUGLAS FOR GENTLEMEN The Bonds issued in payment of sub- Â¬ scription of Madioon county to Louisville and Nashville Railroad due in February April July and October 18S7 and 18SS will be paid on maturity at the Madison National Bank Richmond Ky C D CHENAULT Com tf ioni2nii 1617H 13 2021 S 71 6 7 JjIj1 1 S 2S3 53 21 FJ Si Iu naais e Jfril s 1311 lljUIS 17 IS IS 3 21 2121243 71 S I LL4 J IB 11 n2iatsspi pa- - 1 fi IV 15 17 IS 13 221 1 t 0 - m A full and complete stock of 10111 si 4 si s 7 UUXH STAPLE AND FAXCY nuisu IS uiuaaiaii m2SrBssaaii IS s 1 3 10 17 30J1 t bL 317331 lJ I 1 Ji 4 S 6 T s II tl IN W I92021C J IS 1 stii in uisni 192ltalX24tS 11314 11 17 17 GROCERIES dreen -- ti rSBSrsfrin ar ni CfMKUWULUg UU iru uicstnm St PO THEKEYSYOMg Whip PUBLIC TRIAI ZtCi PACING Will stand at Silver Creek Sind by Gov Sprague 22o it dam by George Wilkes 2d dam Vandalia Madison county Ky at 40 To by son of Vandal 3d dam by son of Iksuub A Living Colt For fur-Â¬ American Eclipt e and so on back ther particulars address us at Sil thoroughbred 15 times ver Creek I had rather have filly colU by Vandal Wilkes feb29 3m 4th Itesea Kills Pa i fiGEHTS I ircUAerecr WANTED Clubs Constantly Fonaiac Join fov7 tad Eava Honey TrofffrtienjCom CVCRYWHERC IVtBV LSROE CITY WE WANTASCKCICS IK ACENT3 HAVE mch i4 6m PROP TSBURNAM00 TRIPPS GRAND DESCRIPIIVE SERIES Clt FAEM for SAL I h to ell privately that portion of itu Oifru nl in farm knoun miles from Red House station Kentucky Central Railroafl Madison aninty on the -- France and Europe Since 1848 THE TWO STALLIONS ESCORT J03 Acres ci Land jw uiiiKiun vun Creek The boundary precis 10 iuuoay contains AK- U- KENTUCKY 0HIEFJH Tlie former a saddle horse and the Ialter a liarness horse both unexcelled for blood aud breeding will umKe tlu- - t eawu ot 1888 at the Fair Jrotind Stables at 20 and 15 to insure 0 H CnENAOLT aprlfe 2tn Â¬ N J and is well improved having a good home citem garden barn and other out- Â¬ building god fences aid an abundant supply or never tailing water All of the lm is in bue grass and has been for The entire tract can jears eploedwiih essr anJ is suitable for t l ceo C n rl either fifty or one huiirrd ctes The land is Kmettone wi h a h sugar tree and walnut timber Terms cast R P McCORD Red House Ky mch2i U A graphic portrayal of the marvellous nolitical trnnsfnrmatinnc nnrt ilriuni rratic episodes with vivid delineations of me prominent acior including the mo mentous EASTERN QUESTIONthrcat ening the peace of Europe illustrated by large colored map and the present German crisis tlie fruit of more than thirty years lesearch largely from personal and original sources and combining thefasci nation of romance with the rare knowledge extensively delivered in the principal cities and emphatically endorsed and commended by eminent authorities in Europe and America including President Porter of Yale College I nt Barnas Sears of Brown V iv it Bish ip Huntington of Sew Yrk i t Bishop Haven of Michigan Unv kitt Archbishop Elderf Cincln nal Rev Jlr Palmer of New Orleans an Gen Sir P McDouual nf HMr- N S Particulars JierelW apr i5l1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ex-Pr- -i -- miyiIhi vln In rnlT The nnlr the world made without tacks or nails As stynsn ana durable as those costing r nr iCt anrt tiavincr nn fn1re rw illa tn wear the stocking or hurt the feet makes inem as comiortable and well fitting as a Rnv fti tuf hand sewpd shrw Vnn genuine unless stamped on bottom W L Douglas Shoe warranted W L DOUGLAS 4 SHOE the original and only hand sewed welt 4 shoe which equals custom made shoes costing from f 6 to 9 TV L DODGLAS 250 SHOE is unexcelled for heavy wear W L DOUGLAS 2 SHOE is worn by all Boys and is the best school shoe in the world All the above goods are made in Con gresx Button and Lace and if not sold br your dealer write W L DOUGLAS Brockton JIass JACK FREEMAN Agent Richmond Ky Â¬ 3 Shoe GAIT -- - HOUSE LOUISVILLE KY Tho Largest and Finest Hotel in the city Jm khm leas 11 Ul4 WIS e 7 el lSllS13 2oa aasaajsT Lj L 2 1 1 sliou ttU 10 tl e 7 11 71 ii s 1 1413 171819 Bmu n aor 11 12 7 lWlll iii lfl 4 S 6i 7 K 1X13 14 ift rt 15 23 7 i ai ii is il lOlllXU 4 J Gonfbcticneries Canned Soods Dried J Pruit 1715 1 13 70 3 10 17 ni 7 11 ru n um 171WlSS021l22 23 I iii T 24S2S272S - 3 124577til nil 4 1 Si 7 10 11 12 1214 17 is ar2ii cm U I j t and plenty of every thing in my line This house is u Rates25o to 4 Per Day According to rooms Turkish and Russian Batlw in Hotel OCI26 ly febi 6m GEASS AND FIELD T Arcvr nnA mnt nf Central Kentucky Our motto -T SEEDS 1 are those who read tuey will iiiuauu men actemployment nnd 1111 houorable p- Inpll inmi r rf lli w uco iuD tiiadeand are now mklng severalpruuis aro liunderd dollars a month It Is easy for any one to make to and upwards per day who la Elrhersexyougor old capi- Â¬ tal not needed we start you Everything new No special ability required you reader can do it as well aa any one Write to us at once for full particulars which we mail free Address SUnson Co Portland Maine nov301y Rewarded 1 1 M -- Strictly cm Business a- - Strictly CASH Basis The hest goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOUSE Jau4 BUILDERS AND nice ofjissolnlioi ut Ktvn uu v uuaioiiju iqccI Best CONTRACTORS The ftndersigncd would respectfully an- Â¬ nounce to those contemplating building that thejr are prepared to contract for - ww 51vt11 panrwy me partner Lkxincton 1 bhm heretnlore ti liner c lins and J C Fratnpton in the piano and organ business under the firm name and stvle of Collins Fraroptonis this day di solved by mutual consent J S COLLINS Front room nvr WhUJ J C FRAMPTON for renL Apply to Richmond Ky April ib 135 jan-u-4t 77 and 79 W Main St tr IAL For ta lottboc ri Kt Office tf for Bent nw c- Buildings - w O WHITE V Satisfaction guaranteed Estimates made free of charge Plans furnishdonappHcattocion short notice Miaeru I LONG COLEY se - d apriitf Contractors and Buflder of Every Description GHEAF EXCURSIONS f-- btneut cat icists monthly exsar ioaa uavo Vn ton for the round trip to alt points in D ota bra MlnTHtnf7i Rr tflui nnd oood lor sad BsjwaBilBrt-ecp-r-e-J-rs---Seneral Tkt it rni -- assea-ar m M9A THE CLIMAX Supplement that he had taken Rough on Rats Half Fare Excursions JIINNESOTA FLOUR The prompt arrival of a physician and C Ry The C 1 8t L Kankakee Made from the celebrated Minnesota Protracted meeting begins at Salome the application of an emetic saved his hard wheat Best in the world Give it Line will sell round trip tickets to Methodist church first Sunday night life a trial W M Blount is agent for Rich- many points in Minnesota Dakota iu May Bev J N Ison presiding Nebraska Kansas Arkansas Texas apr25 tf says Rough mond The Louisville Times Died near this place Oscar Jackson and New Mexico at Oue Fare for the on Rats is a very dangerous poison Try Japan Tea at W M Blounts he Round Trip Excursion dates for the son of Charley Jackson Friday April says it is surprising makes a speciality of fine Teas the 27th of pueumouia aged eight Coroner Miller West North west aud South west are how many deaths result from it One apraj tf months March 20th April 3 and 24th May 3 fourth of my cases which result iu Sunday school was organized at death from poison are the effects of Shirts cheaper than you can buy the and 22nd June 5 and 19th 1SSS Bethel Christian church the first Sun- Â¬ Rough on Rats There Is no remedy cloth elsewhere J C Lyter aprl8 tf Tickets will be good tor return thirty days except to Texas and Arkansas day Mr Charley Bergan and Mr for this for Rough ou Rats is a patent Tobacco Market which will be good sixty days For James Perkins as Superintendents medicine and not subject to the mime Louisville Â¬ restrictions that goveru the sale of ByUlover fc Durrtlt Louisville Tobacco full information please apply personally to nearest ageut C I St L Ware House DRIP RUCK C most poisons The dealers can sell it Sales on our market for the week Ry without prescription as they choose just closed amount to 1355 hhds with re The following is a short sketch of J C Tucker G W P A 121 Ran Â¬ aud I do not see how it is lo he regu Â¬ the people that live in this vicinity lated by law as was suggested iu New ceipts for the same period of 310 hhds dolph St Chicago III Sales on our market since January They are the Virginia type General- York the C 8 LaFollette W P A LaFay other day 1st amount to 30270 hhds ly speaking the people nl the moun Â¬ Our mar- Â¬ ette Ind are free hearted and kind tains John Jamieson aged 95 yearn and a ket has been without any new features J H Martin D P A 8 E Cor willing to lend a soldier of 1812 was horn in Lexiugton whatever during the week on Burley Washington and Meridian Sts Indian Â¬ and ready helping hand to those who are sick or Ky on October 25th 1793 ami died at tobacco Receipts aud eales both con- Â¬ apolis Ind iu distress Many of the people who Batavia Ohio April 19 1883 His tinue light We are In receipt ot nu- Â¬ John Egati Geu Passr Tkt live iu the mountains can not read grandfather emigrated about the year merous complaints of the failure of Ageut Cinciucinuati O nor write Like others they have their lo0 from iMliuburg to Burley seed to germinate and it is 21 mar 3m Scotland faults Some prophecy of the coming Philadelphia Pa His children scat- Â¬ now apnarreut that the crop will not Ice weather by the moons changing tered lo the South and West Samuel be near so large as was anticipated I am prepared to deliver ice to any Some oppose any and every thing of Jamieson the father of John Jamie early in the season The following an enterprise son settled at Lexington Ky about quotations fairly represent our market part of the city regularly or on short notice Will make contracts for supply Â¬ 1786 and was there married About for Burley tobacco SILVER CREEK 1795 he removed to Trash not colory and tobacco dam ing families offices business houses shops ynihiaiia Ky and other places Orders left a Dykess aud there opened a hotel In 1807 the aged by freezing S3 60 to S600 Mr E C Kelson shipped last week hotel was burned aud shortly after Â¬ grocery on Second streeet will receive Colory Trash SG00 toSlOOO three more loads of walnut logs one wards Samuel Jamie on aud his wife Common Lugs not colory 600 to prompt attention from here and two from Paint Lick apru tf diet aud are buried in the old grave S900 J E Dykes Colory Lugs S9 00 to S1200 Mr G W Nelson went to Frank Â¬ yard at CMHhiaiia Ky John Jamie Â¬ I AM AGENT Common Leaf S10O0 to 11200 fort Monday to work with his brother son being left an oipliau in his boy FOR THE Medium lo good leaf 1200 to 1600 who is formau in the shops at that hood uas apprenticed to learn Ills Select 1600 to truss Hi EA8IEST trade there When the war ol 1812 2000 or wrappery leaf place WEARING broke out he enlfMied in the army and who has Mr Robert Blackburn TRUSS on Earth remained in it until the close ol the LIVE STOCK MABKET EEPOET been attending the Elliott Institute at war and was the last Call and see it survivor of a CO By LOPER DATEH Kirksville returned to hie home at regiment of 7 10 men at the time of hi LI e Stock Commission Merchants at Cincin- Â¬ W G White Mr Monday evening Winchester nati Unlou Stock Yards and Covington Prescription Druggist death He hh in many battles with block Yards Blackburn has made tunny friends the Britisli soldiers and 2d St near Garnett House lmar28tr Iudiaus aud during his stay here some of whom had many narrow escapes Cincinnati Ohio April 23 IS8S Green Front Millinery are very sorry to see him leave SHIPPING CATTLE New goods from New Xork an ex- Â¬ Two weeks ago Kichard Hunt aud Good to Extra 65 4 perienced trimmer from Cincinnati A G Owens hud a fight with pistols Fair to Good 4 40 PAIXT LICK Common and Rough 3 jo house refinished and every thing new hi Bath county over a woman aud Good to Extra Oxen 4 oo and neat First street The fruit is not killed in this vicini Hunt hot Owens between the eye Fair to Good Oxen 25 3 if Mrs J F Stone with a 33 calibre pistol aud the ball Common and Rough 2 50 ty penetrated u dentil of Ave inches BUTCHER CATTLE All travelers either for pleasure or has been sick for Mrs F J Owens baiely felt the allot aud walk Good to Extra 4 5o business agree in this 4 3J That for con Â¬ some days but Is improving ed home a distance of several miles Fair to Good 4 oo 4 25 complete aud elegant Extra Fat Steers 25 venient trains 4 00 4 Died on the 26th Inst of bronchitis A day or two afterwards he had an splendid coaches quick equipment rairtouood steers 3 3 75 iinprei slon that the ball had lodged Good to Extra Cows John Bowlin iu bis r2nd year 3 3 75 time and perfect road bed the C I St 3 6S L 3 2S Died in this county of cancer on just under the skin aud sent for a Fair to Good Cows C Ry Kankakee Line is the Common Cows 2 wra 3 00 Sunday the 22nd of April William doctor lo cut it out But the doctor Rough Cows and Oxen safest and best road be- 1 j 2 00 speediest probed the wound at least four Indies Johnson in bis 86th year tween Cincinnati and Chicago BULLS into the mans head and in doing so api18 5t Rev 8 C Humphreys will preach a took out at least a spoonful ot brains Best Shipping 3 50 3 90 doctrinal sermon at Mt Tabor on but without finding the bullet Still Best Bologna Fair Bologna 2 50 Saturday May 5th at 11 oclock A M Owens had felt no pain felt no incon- Fair to Good Feeders Ou Saturday last Mt Tabor church venience from tlie wound and con Â¬ Common and Thin FEEDERS ANDSTOCKERS Baptist excluded six of its members tinued his daily occupation eating Good Extra Steers s 4 25 4 50 for not giving D 3 Slaughter he and sleeping as a perfectly health Fair to Good Steers 4 00 3 75 right hand of fellowship The exclud- Â¬ man fur nearly two weeks On the Good to Extra Heifers 3 25 3 oo ed will set up on their own hook on the day of his death Owens was seiztsi Common and Thin Stockers 2 25 2 75 1st Saturday in May and call another with a drowsiness and lying down COWS AND CALVES Â¬ preacher for the remainder of the year upon his bed died as gently and as test Grades 45 00850 00 peacetully as one going nil into a rleep Fair to Good 00 30 15 oo2 00 and without di turning those around Common NEWS PARAGRAPHS 4 503 5 00 Horses Shod him Both Owiigs and Hum were Best Veal Calves Fair to Good 3 50 4 00 Mr Sam Bottom of Lebanon form hard working farmers Road Horses Trotters aud Runners Hunt claims common ana neavy 2 50a 3 00 erly of Danville and Miss Bertie self defense and has -- hod iu any t manner desired SPRING LAMBS S oog 00 Shreve were married on the 25th Extra the authorities News I have an extra lot of Common to Good 6 oo 8 00 second growth timber for repairing all Capt Dan Turney and Wallace HOGS The Commonwealths Attorney kind of vehicles Repairing machin Â¬ Mitchell of this city aud other gentle- Â¬ Select Butchers 5 70 5 8 ery a siecialty AH work iruaranteed Senator Alford has talked about Fair to G00J Packers men of Bourbon aud this State have 5 25 5 65 the race for Common Â¬ Good to Extra Lights 5 405 5 60 Shop back of Brookss drug store formed a syndicate purchased u lot ai making 8febly 5 iS 5 35 MIDKD7F Decatur Alabama aud erected thirty wealths Attorney in the evpnt of the Light Pigs Scalawags Roughs and 3 50 4 00 cottages with three rooms each which resignation of Hon C J Broustou aud W H Kelley will build you a good the salary of the ollice increased As are rented at 20 per mouth each house cheaper than any rmui iu town ANNOUNCEMENTS there is nothing very certain about Paris Kentuckian mar7 tf either the statement that he is a can Â¬ FOIt CITY JUDOE v Mrs Lottie James and her newly didate is merely a rumor The bill Pursuant to a time Donelson will make you as good a born child have just died at Bedford that passed the House Increasing the of my party I hereby honored customÂ¬ buggy or carriage as can be bought announce my Mass for lack of medical attention salary some S120U was seriously crip-Â¬ self a candidate for re election to the any where in America apr4 tf Mrs James was a believer in what Is pled by three amendments that were office of Police Judge of the city of termed Christian Science and when adopted have a remedy guaranteed to cura Richmond Ky subject to the action I The counties her child was born was attended only Madison were exempted of Clark and of the Democratic party Election 1st Chicken Cholera and other diseases by their rep- Saturday In June 1838 Respectfully by her mother a Mrs Conner who resentatives among fowls and Jan25 tde H C Rice iu every case I will refund the money Nothing was substituted forthe word may practices as a scientist where the remedy fails shall thereby whatever was done for the unfortunate leaving it with the W G White FOR SHERIFF county courts Prescription woman and she and her child became whether they pay we are auinonzeu to announce 2d St near Garnett House Druggist the Increase of saIh niariStf victims of a worse than criminal folly ry or not Under the provisions of JOHN HISLE a candidatetofor Sheriff or Madison county subject the action Donelson uses the best material that son of Cab Huston tula bill Fayette county A may pay of the Democratic party the market affords and the best fork residing at Beaver Lick Boone coun Â¬ 400 towards the amount of increase mar7 tdc men He puts up none but the best ty tried self destructiou He bad usked lor Lexington Press We are authorized to aunouuee J work Buggies carriages etc made done something wrong and bis mother W BALES a candidate lor Sheriff of Dexter the famous trotter is dead Madison County subject to the action to order Call ou him apr4 tf said she would have his father whip mar7 tdc him when he returned from Cincin Â¬ aged 30 years He was the first horse of the Democratic party The C I St L C Ky Kanka Â¬ nati The boy went outside aud told to trot a mile in 2 17J soon after which kee Line with its connections makes FOR MAYOR bis little sister when his father return- Â¬ performance in 1867 Robert Bonner ed be would not be there to whip and purchased him for 33000 which was we are auiuorizea to aunounce the fastest time from Cincinnati to shortly afterward the boy was taken the hlgest price ever paid for a trotter J 8 COLLINS a candidate for Mayor Council BlufB Omaha St Paul Min Â¬ of Richmond subject to the action of neapolis and the West aud North Â¬ violently ill and it was discovered at that date the Democratic party tdc west apr18 5t Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PERKINS If Coj m All kinds ofLadies Misses and ChildDongola Shoes at Jack Free- ren jua Jiangaroo and Goat oo0 mans aprl8 3t 8L Â¬ ld RELIGIOUS Rev Wm Crow preached at Irvine on last Sunday Dr Savage will preach in the Methodist church Sunday morning at 1 1 oclock Rev Preston Blake left on Monday to attend the Baptist Convention at Rich mond Va Rev Dr Hender on will preach at Providence church next Sunday morning at 1 1 oclock was dropped from the roll of candidates for the gospel ministry his mind having changed in regard to his duties in the Mr premises Duncan after a trial sermon was licensed to preach The Mayslick church was permitted to employ Rev W T Spears as supply till the fall meeting Dr Rutherford delivered an interesting and instructive address on Foreign Missions Presbytery adjourned to meet at the call of the Moderator in Paris The meeting was altogether pleant and profitable all around Mrs Laura E Francis will preach at Program of the third meeting of the her residence Sunday afternoon at 330 Madison County Sunday School Associ ation to be held in the Second Presby oclock The public cordially invited Rev Henry Scudder D D for thirty terian church Richmond Ky on Satur years pastor at ElizaviUe Fleming county day May 12 1 S88 beginning at 10 oclock Order of exercises Praise service has been unanimously called to the pastoral charge of the First Presbyterian Address of Welcome Rev W E Hamil- Â¬ Church at Harrodsburg at a salary of ton D D Response Geo Ames Re Â¬ ports of Vice Presidents Report of County lSoo Vice President for the Ky S S Union Bishop Dudley will sail soon for Europe Prof L V Dodge Appointments of to attend the Lambeth conference some Committees Address The Duty of times called the Pan Anglican Synod Parents to the Sunday School Prof B which convenes in London early in July C Hagerman Address A Model Most of the American Bishops are expect- Â¬ School Rev Dr J A Henderson ed to be in attendance upon this occasion Afternoon Song service Reports of How to Interest The annual meeting of the Madison Committees Address County Bible Society will meet in the the Young People in the Sunday School Christian Church next Sabbath evening Rev L H Blanton D D Address May 6 at 730 Dr Savage and others How to Interest the Older People in the will address the meeting At the close Sunday School Rev FGrider Address Importance of the Sunday School the officers for the ensuing year will be The Prof W E C Wright All subjects elected open for discussion The ladies of Clintonville Presbyterian Officers President B J Newlon church have engaged Professor T M Vice Presidents Richmond J Speed humorist to give a Smith Hawes of Louisville Foxtown Miss Belle Bennett recital at the church The proceeds will Poosey Morris Calico Kirksville Miss be devoted to the educ ition of a worthy Nettie L Pond Glade Geo Ames Yate girl in Clintonville neighborhood Ad J W Bales Elliston Dr J Ay res mission 25c children 12 years and under Union James Davis Million Robt 15c MatluVon Secretary Jas Bennett Dr W H Hopson formerly a minister Treasurer W R Letcher Vice Preident of considerable prominence in the Chris fur the Ky S S Union Prof L V tian church but for the last few years a Dodge well known practitioner of medicine died in Nashville Dr Hopson was an earn- CONCERNING FARMERS est and eloquent minister and was well Alex McClinlock of Kourbon coun Â¬ known in Virginia Missouri and Ken ty cold hit crop of hemp of about tucky 25000 pounds at 5 05 per hundred A Methodist revival at Ripley Ohio In Owen county J H Maddox sold has been in progress tor 85 days and has to O E Cardwell 67 sheep wiili 73 had 175 additions It has reached every lambs at S6 per head with the lamlw grade of society the youthful and mature thrown in the influential and cultured even the Borne cilzensof Shelbyville are said Gypsies of the Stanley tribe have joined the church and given unmistakable evi- to have lately organized a company Outspoken with a capital of 700000 to operate a dence of genuine conversion tobacco factory infidels have renounced their infidelity and drunkards have left their cups Spears Stuart bought 750 Â¬ Sunday-Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ before the full ternate Wednesday night Sunday school every Sunday morning Pastor Eld J F Grider W P PREWITT W M College Hill M E South 2nd Sun- Â¬ J M Smith Secretary day morning and night Prayer meeting Kingston Lodge No 315 at Kingston every alternate Wednesday night Sunmeets Saturday evening before the full day school everv Sunday morning Pastor Rev D P Ware moon in every month Kirksville Pastor Rev S W Peeples J W BALES W M Providence T C Witt Secretary 1st and 3d Sunday morn ings Pastor Rev J A Henderson Waco Lodge No 338 at Waco meets Richmond South Sunday school 4th Saturday in every month 930 T J Scott Superintrndent Services W D RUCKER W M every 2nd and 4th Sunday mornings at W T Fielder Secretary 11 A M and every Sunday night at 7 P M Pastor Rev 1 A Henderson John D Hamilton Lodge No 578 at Union City meets 2nd Saturday in every PRESBYTERIAN month JOHN HILL W M Bethel Meeting House 2nd and 5th John G Taylor Secretary Sundays Formans Chapel 4th Sunday Daniel Boone Lodge No 454 at Fox Kirksville and 3rd Sundays Pastor town meets 3rd Saturday in every month RevWm Crow SANTFORD OLDHAM W M Richmond First Ser vices every Sun Jacob H Shearer Secretary day Prayer meeting Wednesday nights Richmond Second Services 11 A M Berea Lodge No 6t7 at Berea meets and 3 P M Pastor Rev Hamilton 1st Saturday J C DAVIS W M Silver Creek Chapel 1st and 3rd SunS W Pigg Secretary days Ford 2nd and 4th Sundays 1030 A I 0 0 P Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F M and 4 P M Sunday school 3 P M meets every Monday night at Odd Fellows Pastor Rev L H Blanton D D Hallon Main Street Â¬ Â¬ meets Saturday evening moon in every month it Â¬ L J Frazee Secretary WF FARLEY NG MADISON COUNTY DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT Boone Encampment N040 meets every first and third Thursday at Odd Fellows Hall on Main Street Richmond Kv W D ALVERSON C P L J Frazee Scribe 3 meets ton Judge J R Morton Commonwealths Attorney CJ Brons Richmond Uniform Degre Camp No second Thursday in each month at Odd Fellows Hall R A BARLOW Captain L I Frazee Clerk KNIGHTS OF H0X0R Master Commissioner J R Burnam Clerk W H Miller TIME OF HOLDING CIRCUIT COURT SeptemÂ¬ Third Monday in March and ber COMMON PLEAS COURT Judge Amity Lodge No 515 K of H meets everly Friday evening in Odd Fellows Hall at 7 oclock Clerk W H Miller TJ Scott Master Commissioner S E Scott JOHN TAYLOR Dictator En RowLAND Reporter CHURCH DIRECTORY TIME OF HOLDING COMMON PLEAS COURT First Monday in January 1st Mondar in June and 3rd Monday in October HOLDING QUARTERLY COUNTY COURT TIME OF AND The visiting delegates to the Presbytery were J P McMillan D D Burksville John Montgomery D D Somerset W E Hamilton D D Richmond j J P Dawson D D Harrodsburg Rev B B Livingston Rev E W VanNuys Elders Thompson Lebanon Dr W B McGIure Junction City J J Hogsett Harrodsburg Gen Land ram Lancaster V S Walker Paint Lick G W Grundy Lebanon W Young Danville Advocate or blue grass seed this week from Snm King of Winchester al 35 cents per bushel News buhels Heavy frost ore reported from East Â¬ ern Virginia the damage in the neiuli horhood of Norfolk being placed at three quarters ofa mllliiu dollars Â¬ three 51000 purses for stallions of the 221 25 aud 230 classes will lie ollered at the fall meeting of the Ken tiieky Trotting Horse Breeders Ahm ciation The effort now in progress in the Pres Â¬ byterian churches connected with the General Assembly to meet in May at Philadelphia to celebrate its centenial to raise 1000000 as an endowment for the support of aged ministers and their fami Â¬ lies promises to be successful 39 churches scattered over the country and having from 15 to 714 members each with a total membership of 11022 having contributed 46010 an average of 417 for each member If all the church members 696767 in number would come up to this average the result would be 2898540 Â¬ J N Denny of Garrard sold to W M Lackey a pair of mare P E Woods bought miles for 300 of the Snow Brothers 40 oihl feediiu cattle at Journal D Quarterly Court fourth Monday in January April July and the 2nd Monday in October 1st Saturday Cane Spring Calvinist and Sunday Pastor Rev Wiliam Ru in County Court of Claims 2nd Monday Tuly pard County Court first Monday in each Drowning Creek 3rd Saturday and month Sunday Pastor Rev T L Law son TIME OF HOLDING CITY COURT Gilead 4th Saturday and Sunday Pas tor Rev L P Johnson First Saturday in every month Hays Fork 3rd Sunday and preceding FfrlCERS COUNTY Saturday Pastor Eld A J Tribble County Judge J trif Chenault Pilot Knob 2nd Saturday and Sunday County Clerk Thomas Thorpe Pastor T L Lawson County Attorney J A Sullivan Kirksville Brick Churchth Saturday Sheriff N B Deatherage and Sunday Pastor Rev Preston Blake Jailor George V Maupin Republican 1st Saturday and Sunday Coroner Alexander Norris and Sunday after 4th Saturday Pastor Surveyor B F Crooke Rev Preston Blake Assessor John W McPherson Supt Public Schools Mrs Amanda Richmond 1st and 3rd Saturdays and Sundays Sunday school 9 A M each Million Sabbath Prayer meeting Thursday night CITY OFFICERS Pastor Rev Dr Stewart supply City Judge H C Rice Richmond Predestinarian Services 2nd City Attorney A J Reed City Collector John Baxter Saturday and Sunday and 4th Sunday Pastor Rev E H Burnam City Clerk Wm G White Sdver Creek 1st Saturday and Sunday CITY POLICE Pastor Rev L P Johnson J D Feeney and Everett Berry Saturday and following Sun Â¬ Union3rd CITY COUNCIL day Pastor Rev J I Wills 1 D Mitchell Mayor Viney Foik md Saturday and Sunday Firt Ward J Stone Walker Pator RevJ I Wills Second Ward G W Evans Waco United 2nd Saturday and Sun Third Ward Owen McKee Pastor Rev Pre ton Blake day Fourth Ward J W Caperton Richmond First United colored Ser- Â¬ vices 3rd Saturday and following Sunday JUSTICES OF THEPEACECONSTAnLESAND 111 each month at 11 oclock A M and PLACES AND TIMES OF HOLDING aUo 3 and 7 P M on Sunday Pastor COURT M Campbell hlder BAPTIST Â¬ Â¬ 3333 per head Stanford A U CATHOLIC MONTHS session of the- Presbytery of ouisville just closed at New Haven an nportant paper on organic union between be Presbyterian inurcnes iMortn ana Among buth was read and adopted Until our olier thines the paper said Nlrthern lretherncan see their way clear to idopt the policy of organizing the col- Â¬ ore people of the Northern States into and presbyteries churches seperate synods of their own we judge that the quietl peace and prosperity of both churces will be best secured by ceasing to agitate or prosecute the question of or Â¬ ganic Jnion at least for the present At the - At the meeting of Ebineezer Presbytery at Mayslkk Rev Russell Cecil was elect- Â¬ ed delegate to the General Assembly which meets in Baltimore in May with Rev E E Bigger of Augusta alternate S A Piper also delegate J B Powell alternate The name of J M Lassing Rev Father a bunch of 250 pound hogs at 4 cents and has Isiught from several DISCIPLES OF CHRIST parlies their lamln to be delivered Flat Woods 3rd Sunday and preceding June 1st at 5 cents Stanford Journal Saturday Pastor Elder J C Walden 5th Sunday PastorEld J W Harding Glade 4th Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ day Pastor Elder Colier LOCAL DIRECTORY Kirksville 2nd Sunday and preceding Saturday Pastor Elder Joseph Ballew LODGE DIRECTORY Mt Pleasant 2nd and 4th Sundays and preceding Saturdays Sabbath school 10 MASONIC A M Pastor Elder B C Hagerman Mt Zion 1st and 3rd Sundays and Richmond Lodge No 25 meets 2nd Saturday preceding 3rd Sunday Pastor and 4th Tuesday in each month Elder L H Reynolds R C STOCKTON W M B J Newlon Secretary Richmond Services every Sunday Sunday school at 930 A I Prayer meeting Wednesday evenings Pastor Richmond R A Chapter No 16 Prof C P Williamson meets 3rd Tuesday in each month Union 1st Sunday and preceding Satur- Â¬ J SPEED SMITH H P day Pastor W E Hay Secretary White Oak Pond 2nd Sunday Pastor Elder L H Reynolds RICHMOND COMMANDKRY NO 10 Regular meeting first Tuesday in each EPISCOPAL month Visitine Sir Knights are courteRichmond Protestant Services every ously invited to attend Sunday morning and evening and on D W TRIBBLE Friday evening Pastor Rev W Y Eminent Commander Sheppard D P Armer Recorder METHODIST College Hill Centenary M E 1st Sunday morning and Sunday morn Â¬ Madison Lodge No 183 at Kirksville ing and night Prayer4th meeting every al- - N Prewltt bought of Itob days IliNon Richmond 10 A Haley Services M FEBRUARY MAY AUGUST AND NOVEMBER 1 Pastor 1st and 3rd Sun- Â¬ - 1 P Armer Richmond District No at Court House 3rd Wednesday Wm Willis at Court House 1st Saturday Lyman Parrish Constable Foxtown District No 2 G B Million Richmond at Kings Store 3rd Monday Kanatzar in Buffalo school house 4th Saturday J S Chenault Constable Union District No 3 Albertis Parks at Union City 1st Saturday John A Turpin at Doylesville 2nd Saturday W A Williams Constable Elliston District No 4 Wm Benton at Waco 2nd Saturday John W Moores at Waco 3rd Saturday Charles Oldham Constable Yates District No 5 T J Coyle at D Leeland Kingston 4th Saturday Maupin at Speedwell 2nd Wednesday George Young Constable Glade District No 6 James M Wood at Berea 3rd Saturday John G Galloway at Whites Station ist Saturday R G Ballard Constable Kirksville District No 7 J M Cotton at Kirksville 2nd Saturday Alexander Ray at Kirksville 3rd Saturday J M Fowler Constable Poosey District No 8 J N Hendren at Cottons Store 3rd Monday Wm A Chandler at Reagans Store 3rd Friday S D Carpenter Constable Million District No 9 J M Lon a Stapps Store3rd Tuesday A B New by at Holmans Store 3rd Saturday lames A Harvey Constable Â¬