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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - XJb hi s5 y i 4v 4 i 1 5Brr JJ JR a 5 nggfetgf JW -- egs f 3 wx A Sfe MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 9 1888 S e sS3Sasc NUMBEE 47 VOLUME -- j EICHMOND CHINESE MORALS LIFE IN MINNtSOTA FJeaoant Hem ntreneiH ConoernlL- - IU Why Fenple In the flowery Klnctlnm At Ool SUady UHmate I Truly Oood ana IeiicM of St JI Taking into M- - attfiitiorj has ben called by some The Cuntes KorrigVovr consideration the been lMcur I Russia hasuurtit leaking millieiH ef people who in- - thiig I hne seen in the papers to the CvkjI shulj climttc enjoyed by the State the bwts tlie Inst hnbltitlie tlic tour Fknreiy KinLom people c x m mtis and bas keea gtopniBg i of Miitiiisoti during several months of often aronder why so fear crimes are a frimtl for oommiUed ia the Cmptre I i iklvn at the home and why peo- Â¬ th joar I spent the early part of my weeks before departing ple live t cr tlirce snch quiet neighborly lives iifo in the State and listened many f r I r buio Speaking to h reporter Four thieving is the must conmon ofÂ¬ thousand times to the statement con saM cfc at lups in RttMta fense but the culprit seldom repeats ccrnrnjfllie dry air Perhaps my earliest I iu1 tell job a story of love the crime if caught the first or second remembrance is of thx doctor stauding Russia In this my ooantry time over the cradle and looking down at aiu Of course ren and nowcB differ somewhat from sad the physician Highway robbery is never repeated me t 3 A u rc ins and those of oilier if the highwayman lie is squint eyed and red hendod in is caught because They are inclined to be a little c the extrome but our fine dry atmos- Â¬ noiistrative lees given tp oon it needs a heul to plan Such things j phere will bring him out all right r t feelings of the heart and and once in the clutches of the Em- - Tlie people of Minnesota hnve never c perors magistrate the had mans head s n I nod to regard money as a as a class lost their enthusiasm on the is tken away from him ay consideration in the settle Tins is what makes crime prettv ouick subject of the dry air and the impossi- Â¬ ii r - t f affairs of the heart Whon a in China So that tlte so unpopular bility of feeling the cold Soruo indi Â¬ readers may H - m girl loves nhe love with hor knew how the various offenses so viduals have of course lost some of Iirart and being Her levesur lightly punished in Xew York arc their ai dor but the peoplo as a wholo n -- n everv obstacle treated in Coina some of the moro remain true I refer above particularly It I ihc ciirtom of Russian yosng common gat up in a public I are given together with the to a man to once saw eulogistic terms of speak in f s to meet together by appointment meeting winter n I t long stormy of each evenings penalty that follows discovery as surely the dry air He had just opmed his by tarn a the sun follows the moon mouth to begin when ig the ltouse long gray ft For the first offense of petit larcony streak of it happened toa couo in the pleasure begins by the T crcnings men inviting their fair friemU the cHlprit receives fifty lashes on his kcy holo and freeze his mouth open so y bare t l j tiein in forming h circle This long back with a bamboo rod five feet that it was noeessary to put his head in and five inches wide For the theovon to thaw it out tlify all join in singing after u second offense he gets one hundred i one of the girls selects her 3pugg This booming the dry air is discourag-Â¬ moi wiloi my love as lashes and a wooden collar weighing ing work but still the hardy Minnesota g n man and leathi hluviato the one hundred pounds is put around his pioneers keep on z cills him Nothing daunts s if the circle then walks bhek nock This he mttst wear riiuety daysJ them A member of the Legislature r and ninety nights The wearer can not rises in his place to introduce a bill de Â¬ r- - 1 f rh chanting a love song iu seclude himself but must make calls claring Minnesota a winter resort only w u the rest of the gHests join upon his friends and walk in the streets to find his tcoth frozen together Rut X xt in turn eome the young men For all future of Â¬ the bill is eagerly seized by the nearest E i select a partner and go through This is compulsory J o sime performance the whole affair fenses the penalty increases at the abovo uiombor and passed and becomes a ratio until the prisoner is reformed t i aaiing with dancing after which law In simple assiult and battery coses tho They know no such word as faiL The i tTiin escorts tlte object of his c1 - to her ltome WiieH the time plaintiff inut prove injury byshowing nigged Minnesota editor sits in his c cr o f r a dietarHtion to be made blood otherwise he will be spanked office and while tho dry air whistles - j rli ace HHpiHied by home msm for making trivial complaints For around the corner and Mow the old - f I s family proaeutU to the home breaking a head the penalty is similar pair of pantaloons out of the broken i to that for petit larceny and for maim- Â¬ window pane ho u rites an article on 1 uly lore anil there makes known f ing it is life imprisonment If the pris-Â¬ Cool Dry Minnesota Weather versus r M 1 to tli 3 girls parents i Tio mother not at all surprised oner is rich he can escape imprison- Â¬ Southern It tin and Sluh lly reid s the yonng man a long ment by transferring as much of his There amid the roar of the crisp dry I r on the duties and burdens of a wealth to the injured nmn as would se- Â¬ blizzard surrounded by the howl of the llifp bewailing all the ills and cure hint a life competence without business manager fur more coal on the a- ig of bat few of the blessings work In all cases bail is not accepted fire hemmed in by the harsh rasping r ends by declaring that her daugh- - except from men of great literary at- Â¬ of tho surgeons saw as he amputates too young to marry yet and be tainments or degreed scholars of local the frost bitten right leg of the city edi- Â¬ These men tor tliere I repeat with an ice palace i over to the cruel tyranny of a or national reputation ijiL All this is but a custom seldom give bail in criminal cases to the right of him and a tolioggan slide x i must be observed that the young unless they arc satisfied of the prison- Â¬ to the left of him and imid tha squeak Â¬ r ers innocence and then it is equal to ing of the mercury in the thermometor i any not think Ms bride too easily v A stirring appeal from the suitor an honorable acquittal as it sinks lo still lower depths sits the f s and the m ther finally gives a An appeal for pardon on behalf of vigorous Minnesota editor writing an r unwilling asaent with the pro- - any criminal must be made through oditorial oa Frost and Health as Op i - f the father is w tiling This is a men of education holding diplomas posed to Malaria an I Death ss precaution oa her part for as from the various colleges In this way Set ci al years ago a man by the name the father is only too willing to the wishes of the people roach tho of Johnson came nut to Minnesota c c himself of the burden of the daugh throne He had never had any experience with t s support For mischiof making or blackmail blizzards but the people all assured A 1 iis time the poor victim is in the offenders mouth is spanked so him if he was evercaught out in bucIi Is rest room where the has heard hard that he can not use it for some storm he wanted to hang on to a tree if he c -- v w jrd and Httderatands her time Women are the principal re-Â¬ could find one There were so many trees r- tactics perfectly welL All cipients of this punishment Any kind growing up in the country now they said ires arranged between lover of highway robbery is punished by cut- Â¬ that the storms had lot much of thcii k 2 ier the daughter is called in ting off the head of the offender while force They told him anybody could find vc the maternal blessing in- - forcible entrance with intent to do in- Â¬ his way in a storm if he could only tr c jv hich she falls on her knees jury to person or property is punished get to some trees Shortly afterwards L be exile praying not while a large bluish gray blizzard was it r ru mother She describes to the byThere no breach of promise cases tearing about tho countrv are her this man i f hf r virgin life and declares and if a single man assaults an ui had occasion to g to a ti i jhbors place s n wish to change it The betrothed girl he can compromise by a mie or so dnatt Wth a calm r tnally yieWs her consent marryiitg and snpporttftg her too mat-Â¬ chiMIiVc i Iiiei i wis beautiful to I s uiig people then kneel to re- - ter if he be abeggarand she a Princess see Mr Joiusoi cut do- - a a couple of c piernal UcMing which is If married man guilt of the crime small fin tree- - to k then uider his i i a great ileal of eeremony i under any circumstances ho is be arm and walked out into the unknown ii the priest is called upon to heided and if a singlj utii assaults a traekh ss storm After hi had wandered which is verv raarrie I woman he too is beheaded three Ha s and three nihtshe ran onto i s bles jing and imriive ami at the If the womans hash tnd make the dis- Â¬ an agent for a nursery frozen stiff and r a rin on the hand of covery he can cut oft tlie lieadti of his with over a hundred trees in his wagon wHe and the man For this tlie au Then Mr Johnson lost faith in Uees conchide ihc engagemen c iferwhfch tea is served and thjrhies will reward him lieease it and lay down beside the agent F II Carrulk m Ckicago Tribunz in ighbors are railed in to join shows his manhood r f - iwties will the Unrfrr no eireamstances A ROMANTIC COUNTRY 1 tiigtment eeremony con- - cribae or silent lawyers of China Interesting Innrmitlon About the Can r the i are then free to make allow their names to be known in cau nuil Iu Capital r vi arrangotuimte in regard U I wwirts the daty of the judges being to Tifiis the capital of the Caucasus is i and lace at marriage Thejr nun mil lor inemseivns woo is ngnt ami valley and t ini lucene mends and re eon who is wrong No matter if he is a a large town situated in a of varying surrounded hi mountains f rt 1 almost Uiesame as married aids lawver or not aiir man who heights It posessos very wide sani- Â¬ 1 T ejam another to evade tlie law is guilty of tary streets bordered on each side by In alt cases plaintiffs and de Â¬ a row of trees which confer grateful treason THE PLUM CURCULIO fendants plead their own causes shade on the foot passengers in this Hon to Lilrrintaate riiN ItructlTe and Kenr Ckin Iwin V T mild tropical weather Numrroui ljtrititte m qj V T e seems to Iks no doubt whatevo Some of the Jmildings arc also very DINING ITINERANCY hit the plum cnrculio Oeno- fine especially thoo connected in any n i5 nennitlwr can be well nigh Ilovr a bouttirrn Gentleman Mnde a Doll way with the Russian Government c r mi ated everywhere and regular Iiluner Party Acreeablr- The most interesting portion of tjie - r rf the stone fmits grown by sim- yariety so they tell us is the spico town is the Asiatic quarter among the rlxng the trees witli arsenical of life Ami v bile each of us has no booths and baz irs of which a stranger - i Puis green and London par- - doubt I en in certain conditions that meets with all kinds of strange sights I i utttr l so soon as the buds we think would have been delightful and sounds Hero are mon of all na- Â¬ t 5fttell in the spring 2 two en ough to have lasted forever yoi weÂ¬ tions The Georgian R issian Iersian S then hare many times been placed in condi s ifter the petals fall Armenian Greek Jew etc who rush- Â¬ thre weiks again ami 4 for tions wlicre the most sudden change ing to and fro through the narrow I in so soon as through Wossom- - short of ubsolntodUaster would have streets some on horseback others rid- Â¬ weak keroene and soap been most welcome What is more ing in phoston create a medley only to i Tins 1 will kill the leaf liee stupid than an uninteresting compan- Â¬ be seen and appreciated iu an Eastern to be compelled to sit city and plant bug hemiptera ion atftinncr The shops or rather booths in this j in lire the young frnlt and cause through course after course with one nluiiy turxt A Michigan gen in whom you can find no response quarter are exceedingly interesting folu me that he had two large with whom there is no common ground containing all kinds of ancient relic i S Kjiopean pining Evidently a Southorn tilings to delight the eye of the anti- Â¬ They bToomed of meeting i u h rear but tha enrculio laid gentleman has found a relief from this quary and curiosity collector Here are in nearly every plnm and all state of affairs if tlie following inci- Â¬ situated the famous hot sulphur baths f renowned for their curing properties fiat h as not wormy rotteil be-- dent is correctly reported tung Snn lefore last I After the soup had been served and for skin diseasos of all kinds Tlie 1 the trees thoroughly onee with just prior to serving the next course waters of those baths arc unadulterated J purple in wow about two the host gave his signal and rose from running directly from tho spring into itcr the Mxsoii3 felL That his seat as did every other gentleman the bath ready for use i h y matured so great a crop of at the table all the ladies remaining Not the least quaint is tho Georgian fruit thjt I was obliged to seated Each gentleman thon moved to costume which although uncuoth and the brancbes Rat to my the next gentlemans seat to his right wild is vory picturesque It is coin this large crop so weakened the When this was first done tho ladios not posed of a long buffalo hide made intr 5 of my trtes that the next boing let into the secret wore very much the shape of a verv large cape which were dead The spraying surprised at the unusual conduct of the being suspended from the shoulders 1 to kill nearly every curcnlio gontlemon and could not at once com- Â¬ reaches to the heels Under this a long Vy a frait shewed her ovipositing prehend the meaning of it but when gown is worn ornamented on each side l - ji 1 the plums all ripened with- - they gathered its full intent and tho of tha breast with little case like t This shows two valuable les- - charm there was iu it it was decidedly pockets originally intended for cart Â¬ r tl Spra3Lighas proven a sne- - gratifying to note the merriment and ridges Round the waist a belt silver 1 s 2 an overburlensome crop interest with which they rcceired tho or gold beautifully embossed serves especially to a plnra innovation Just prior to the com- Â¬ to hold tho numerous arms in which 1 e sentiments are exactly in lino mencement of the next course the host the real Georgian delights These w ii e nse reason and experience and gare his signal again and oaoh gentle- Â¬ weapons although worn exclusively for kj- - Jlvwith our native plums for man again moved one gentlemans seat ornaments arc very real and consist t jefru long native knife stuck are tlio uatnnl HtnA lilnnt to his right and so ou Tho entire sot Â¬ of akiujal lb ingplacc of the plum cnrculio ting of tho courses was so harmoniously slantwise into the belt a dagger the be passes the winter in the arranged that at tho close of the din sheath of which U also embossed and S holod up like a wood- - nor each gentleman had visited for a last but not least a revolver ready for 1 ctnergea in the spring hun- - short space every lady at the table immediate use Very good sport can ba enjoyed hero at onec seeks her natural and had at last returned to hor whom fi h se ptams en which to he had escorted in to dinner hares goats and hares abounding in f ngly in prefeewnee to all There might bo oonditiops under abundance in tlie neighboring forests r r s She wwally reaches tliem irfcich this system of Itfnerancy would The commodities are wonderfully j j w bloom therefore just before cheap here anion which figures the be very ombHrrassIng if not disastrons - opa is the thae to spray s wine One would not enjoy having to stop native so called Kltkatinsky tr - Rut for some reason mwij lonir This is sjH in skins of vvoos sizes expressing in the midst ef ties do not lay their oggs in cborished sentiment to a most attenth e the usual XU1 ki i containing about f- uotil June bene the neeesadty and sympathetic listener the forum ao cigi quarts cjitia fr n two t four f c oij it fetvit H jwssiMe that companion of u entertiinic omr- - ro ible- - our 1 1 apioaer jiiiiliig i OJ M e wine can bf g laying beetles reach the satiooalist would not enjoy an interrap ciurse uiuei co If the native ulnms are not tten the two hearts learning to beat as obt nied which is naturally cheaper - reicfa the beetle 4s forced to one wonld prfer to The real Khakatinsky wine is rather into cadi be-Â¬ inl plants of the almond family that others face Bitto the unfortunate two expensive iu theof the best quality a the plum lielongs sok as the Caucasus It obtans who are suspended over the middle ing grown from the beautiful aprfeot - Ppith frtfls etcfo and lay her ground of indifference or antagonism Its name it is cultivated viz province Kh tufir of course what a relief is the lions signal that wherein It rx hattheehenlebeinff soolose giree iibflttyl This costom will not ba katy which is situated about seventy 3 o the plums Uwy may be as ac-rbut wontditnot be de vcrstsfromTifiis - to her for food as the plans Bgaifol to the lion of the evening who is It is a matter of groat surprise to idly probable Therefore it expected to thrill the companj by hi- it me after having oxporienccd few oi -- v sf reasonaWe that If we have or wisdom Would btf not welcome ihe beauties of this comparatively un Â¬ i ei rf naive plums in and around known part of the woqld that it is net He could then jr thia opportunity 00 or hards of ether ifralts by sot phrases and skillfully lea1 bettor known and appreciated by our pare his PJiEgthe plums we will destroy the convolution into the ch mnols Miglish and American tourists who would find abundance of mountain M ltiire his lltlic barks would Coat witu parpafes and bo preteot all the effort necessary for a Ksnary equal in point of beauty to r frmts from her destructives work ont the montal long voyage la whleh he must guide iny In tho world Tifiit CorDetroit a Bier in America Qardfu Fret VfC3i suutun itiiwgwn QhrkUan Uiupb How Cirli Are Wooed itnd Won In MtMcnvtte Kmpre RUSSIAN COURTSHIPS SCIENCE AND INDUSTRY In New York 6000 girls are on gaged in stripping tobacco at average wages of about forty cents a day It lakes every year a million horses tall3 to keop a Pawtucket R I haircloth factory in running order Electric appliances are now successfully used in tho automatic regula- Â¬ tion of tompoi aturc in buildings heated bj-- stoam or hot air Analysis of natural gas shows tho propnrtion of each constituent in one hundred parts of the gas to bo as fol- Â¬ Carbolic acid carbonic oxid lows 6 10 each oxjgen S 10 olefiant gas 1 cthjlio hydrhb 6 mirsh gas G7 hydrogen 23 nitrogen 3 Tho lowest barometric pressure on rcconl is 271 3j inclio which was ob Â¬ served in 1855 during a storm ovor the Ray of RengaL This storm was also remarkable for Its gmallness its di Â¬ ameter being only from 100 to 200 miles for its licrcrnoss and for its in Â¬ draught toward the center A new tanning agent called pyro fuscine has been cxiractod from coal dust by means of caustic soda Tho tanning process is somewhat compli- Â¬ cated but itis claimed to bo fifty per cent cheaper than tho bark process and twentv to thirty per cent cheaper than tho alum process A German geographer R Credner does not think that all fresh water lakes in which marine nnimal3 have been discovered were necessarily once portions of tho ocean Many of these creatures he says may have found their way from the sea up the rivers and have accommodated themselves to the changed conditions of their new home The occurrence of marine ani- Â¬ mals has been noted in fresh water lakes in Europe Aia and Africa as well as on this continent Dr Prudden of the laboratory of the College of Physieians and Surgeons New York has ascertained that bacteria abound in ice and moreover that the organisms can Btirtivn a large amount of freezing It has bon established that bacteria are tha causa of a number of diseases and tho presumption is pretty strong that scwagp coming from among other places the abodes of tho sick would connin a kind of bacteria which had better not bo included in ico water that is to bo swallowed Philadelphia claims to make and cat more candy in proportion to popu- Â¬ lation than any othnr city In the conn try There aro eighty seven manufact-Â¬ urers and wholesalers and 1200 retail- Â¬ ers and they use more than 1000000 of capital and consumes 100000 tons of sugar every year Caramels arc a great specialty of the trade in that city For other places much chocolate and wal- Â¬ nut candy and many gum drops are made Six tons of gum drops were shipped from Philadelphiato Pittsburgh Rrooklyn the week before Christmas makes the most chawing gum it is said and Roston eats the most of it M de Candolle a French investi Â¬ gator has come to the conclusion from his researches th it own have a larger proportion of brjwi c es than men He iilo finds that w hen both parents lave eyes of a like color the chances are eighty eight to twelve that thoir children who arrive at the age of ten j ears when the color ofthc eye is flcd will haMJ eyes of the samecolor When the p irents have eyes of different colors tlie chances are fifty five lo forty five in favor of brown as against blue or gray eyes in the children Ho is also of opinion that the honith of tho bru nstto tye is as a rule superior to that of the blonde type Â¬ 5 tha UlII B ef I mill-ions-H- IPC f MUEP im fil tea isafl Sl Q ii la w 1 OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF iia T pring Goods CONSISTING OF to utter exclamations of surprise and pleasure Every line we carry is complete and prices NEVER WERE SO LOW FOR CASH AS THEY NOW ARE We have undoubtedly the prettiest line of Satteens ever brought to this city and every style and price from the cheapest American to the finest French Satteens can be found in thfc Stock Our Eastern importations of TheNovelties and New Goods in department visit all BUSY BEE CASH STORE -- every cause who the- - r JPich fif ji t- j are marvels of Beauty and bt 1c that can not be excelled BEST BRANDS of CALICOES such a Manchester Merrimac Cochega Hamilton PaciSc Etc AU five cents per yard and new spring styles We have just recehed a full and complete stock of have been coming in for the past week aiPS BOYS YOUTHS and CHXLDEEFS CLOTHING and will continue for two weeks when we doi ooeyby will have on hand the most complete line of weead7hTmarkeunverytadv toemiaethUitockbcforchasM certainIr Footwear Furnishing Goods and Eats Oarpsts0il Cloths Rugs Lace Curtains Curtain Poles Trunks Yalises c Is vu a 8E - t- We have taken special pains in selecting this stock to get the most Stylish Durable and Comfortable Shoes in the market Bear in mind that we handle the best brands such as J N Cloys Zeigler Bros N Hess Bro and other excellent brands that are first clas and warranted Anything we have in winter goods Sl will be sold at greatly reduced prices mch2l iy SUCCESSORS TO C C WALLACE in Central Kentucy Z We CAN SAVE YOU FROM TWENTY FIVE CENTS TO ONE DOLLAR on every Childrens Shoes you buy from us pah- - of Mens LadseV and RAKIS33Y Jun22tf J SrEED OLDHAM SMITH CHAS S POWELL Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store SMITH POWELL Fire Call your attention to their commodious and elegant house Main and becond streets Kichmond Ky i since Â¬ corner of 1 Library Lamps Boflprs Silier Plated jt 52 55 w mi Mbs M Foils There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance and the quality of the goods they ofler is in keeping with tlte house Thev laye the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles made in their s hop of tlte best materials They have rfl sr They can not be surpassed in style or workmanship at very Style and v ariety of Harness home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted Their stock of Buggy Robes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as elegance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber Buggy whips of whalebone riding whips of cowhide wagon whips of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in variety Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and strong shop made and city made Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse boots toe weights girls brushes curry combs spunges c A full line of collars hames trace chains back bands hame strings plow lines blind bridles ami other things for farmers and wagoners Â¬ We represent ten of the strongest Firk Insurance Cojhmxies in tlie world We represent the Company that Iras the largest capital in the world the Company that has the largest paid up eapital in the worhl tlie Company that has the largest aeeets in the world the only Company in the world that pays its losses without dis- count and does not make you agree in its policy to wait sixty days alter a nre to get your money All Companies charge the same rate then Why not Insure in the Best Insure your bouse and contents and sleep soundly it will be too late after you are burned out Our Companies have over 40 000000 capital and over 100 000000 assets viz Liverpool litofcc JtaklBs THE PRICES WE QUOTE Very best material employed in their man- Â¬ J- ufacture Londoa M tho - J YOU ley 1 VIXjXji XX2S3S3 JE mT if you see them because you cant help it -- Commercial Guardian Home Lancashire QueeH Imsr AhffAtjqgfiri rs for 46- frh Are Precisely if M Yoi fait TURFMEN CAS FIND ANY THING IN THEIR LINE Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed saddlery and harness house j2Remember the place Ilerndons Corner Main and Second Streets Hartford German IkemaiK Ftwd National Totel 2181425 2yo6gs7 119121514 i Our stock of Queens ware and Glass- Â¬ ware and especially our Decorated Din- Â¬ apriS gm ji Ji ner and Tea Sets a BEST GRADES OF J tw Vi uivrMa is full and attractive aifixa janil iy W C GOMLEY CO A D RUFF me ifn KY jf rff and other Staple Groceries Goods June22 also Canned D P ARMEE THE MAIN STREET jLSa k PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS in- Â¬ Â¬ Ia IS 4 G Dont be deceived by a mans tf FBAITCIS - f iilia 1 1 1 nocent look He may simply be nearsighted Poker playors expect that 188S will bo a good year as it contains three of a kind Itodictlcr Posl Exprcss A woman never reaches middle life she is always young until sho gets GROCERY Oil UPPER STREET old enough to boastof her age Epoch When a man owes a good round sum ho sometimes finds it extremely Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands of hard to square up Aew Haven News Hotel proprietors aro uniformly Roasted OoiTee polite to their guosts because that is Pure Rio Combination of Rio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocha PitU Pure Private Plantation Java Pure Arabian Mocha and Genuine procedure tho burgh Chrojiicle Male Berry Java These goods are all kept in air tight tin cans Excuse m sir I did not She New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and French Visitor catch jour name qualities Octave Mademoiselle Octave Town Sho In the piano business J ii tii Hig-g- ms JEWEIEE Is the place to go yoa oar as de of ary 3oN- - i 1 if you want anything in lose a ty imb Ell Diamonds Watches w r the Clocks Jewelry Fine Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas Gold Headed Canes Watches DEALER IX sexip- - y are o not roeer 117 netHi- - Fine Razors Fine Pocket Knives Clocks Jewelry Silver and Jflated ware ete Speeial attention given to Topics L Ill -- ji 1 t -- 1 i gz -a -- Ju ejfcueral - -- -- Physiologists say that the older a man grows tue smaller ins Drain Be Â¬ comes This explain why young men know ever thing and old men nothing Dont yon over Irate Student sweep under tho bed Fd like to know Calm Chambermaid I alway do 1 Harvard prefer it to a dust pan Lampoon When Gibbs heard tho boys talk- Â¬ ho ing about said at first ho thought thoy were say Â¬ ing something or nothcr about Mrs G Boston Transcript Michigan makes more shingles than other States in tho Union but curiously enough it has no more than tho usual percentage of good boys Burlington Fret Press Who is that extremely peculiar and interesting man with the long hair He has O that is a previous poet Flic a great future behind him gtndt Blatter In Massachusetts they Impose a small tax on dogs but giro tho pro Â¬ ceeds to tho public libraries so that you cau support a litter at your option Philadelphia Ledger Jennie said a young lady turn- Â¬ ing away from tho mirror and address Â¬ what would you do ing a companion if you had a mustache on your lips If I liked him 1 would koop quiet N Y Graphic was the demure reply Stranger to grocer Why dont yon spriukle some s ind on the pave- Â¬ ment out here Half n dozen people have fallen in the last five minutes Then sling I havent any sand out so no of your sugar its just the Linsoln Journal same thing A Wifes Anxiety Husband imÂ¬ If the fool killer would patiently strike this town he would find plenty Wife Is there such of work to do Of course a person door Husband with anxiety Wife there is Well I do hope John that yon will Teste Silings bo very careful - Alxaadria in Clark County Mo w v otico the Gretna Grcon of tho West wtiero hundreds of young couples from Iowa illiuois and Missouri wero united j without lieouso sod without question now an old resident of I Justice Giliain Alexandria was most in demand to tio the knot for the doping couples and reaped a rich harrect fox bis pain STAPLE FANCY GE0C1EI1S Domestic Sewing lactones AND ALL KINDS OF SHTTfflG DIAH0HD5 Daeao- - oSeea AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoe Peas Beans Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs 070IBAQOOS OIG ARS Peaches auglO Qnecnsware Glassware TVoodcnirrc a Promptly dune and lo a workmanlike manner Cash S SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES Etc 1 r ai BRifiC m YOUR y 4liiK Paid for Old Gold aad Silver AHTEEl CHICKEN TBTJ Old Gold and SILVER and get new goods for it or the Dont forget the plaee ext door to tlie Post office Riebnaosd Ky jD 4 tf Cholera Cure I o SEWIHQ a 35 ASK FOR THE O L P C Remedy m Jjpi - QUEEN AM CEESCEFT HOUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads Atemiici QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO LEY New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga GUTHERSON LEXINGTON KY Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the STOCKTON WILLIS TKPSowaaBBn AflNlSL M of dollars worth of 0 rHI1 DilBtWJl chickens die every yeir from CholHa 3 era It is more fatal to chickens thro all other diseases combined Bet the Kifl I3JJlSDaE3i3E0ldTOiJith3 Uiscovery of a remedy thai positively t gnaraateo of boing tha BEST cures it has been made and to be con- that can tie WADE vmced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guarAGENTS WANTED anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly ELQREDGE WFAOTURiNG GO satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned J3ELV1DE11E XIS and your money will be refunded STOCKTON WILLId Feb 22 6m -- Thousands Â¬ PriGipal Points Set East ai Soii M sepSSly Agents For Madhon Ceaaty jM Xt THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST the Important Cities ot the South without change nUNXINO TnROOGn T UniJ liine twbnty eioht hours Where Are You Goag TCaerefeoB Howi to year party 7 What aaoest ot ksigM or baffiageliaveyouT Wtmtioatedo yom pnferr receipt above ow to Ue yoi m ot an aamrer bee tlieexpeBss wife Wob ot be iuraMtoed tbelojpist B - fi nrtea alto able mtoia- - iT3 whJ wWshyb trobJe time end nosey wia eaR la psaoa wbere furiki sot ready to i iaftwcr above qoesUoas abeaM on aod prsearTe tote noMee tot Jatars irfctHwe M When do tob start FJ Â¬ asaaaiaaaaaB- Morning and Night Trains nc3fferxBSyaIIoht FLORIDA IN ni OARS TO JACKSONVILLE Vor ftattoa mtj noary iff oug SJ 1 j EC two kind of Stoatta Oar on may becime setui Addma C K Wiaimc QUEBX AJfUCltESCKNT UOUTE MnoSi fegttnt Bou- Â¬ 6efisral laagepgr Aaru k5PeCiai AOIlCe v Twoi 3tae- Pataee Utftt Steeper State Room Pattern doir llaRet Oaraml FHliraauri Flvmt t TveleclMiveaehoteX II XAL X in tnniNan s f form but nro nrpHrt lj I e innrvctlH of invention TV we wlio nre in need of Drofltnble work thnt tain be diBe white living at home ehouM nt once sena ineiraanrep land Maine and reectve free full Infurmn- - Mm Wonders KlaXaEY j battling ticket vt tilts line r nrnrcd eat ul CiMon Ih- m t nfnu tii nd are uamred a Journey attended wltb speei therefore faved wniifr ac tw tue cit early All the Leading Bailronds 55SrwaS atrffra and cenTlence MhssoKrta Leads the conafvirt tirjinitii Contractor and Builder Travel via Queen and Crescent 11 Is prepared w th on experienced sft of GetiefHtCMteestSt Puul Bui dng Went Fourth 8U Cincinnati Ohio lrom th to iK per day and nnwnl wherever t jinds tpdoaJl Iassra UCOtAMRSX kinls ot houe mjitdmg 3QHit VAJAVUT tiiey live Yoa are utr rted tree anltal nut raui General FAsseger Aeet Qeiu ral Manager required Home have made over 50 til a and repairiusi Give him a cal aasilROLL MiicloUay altlilswork Alt succeed AsafstatGeseraFasexigerAgeti crinteudcnL nwrytf Une23 U aW ly 3 rth kx Lto0 of - -j qaiyar JJ V jitli jeot -- i Bii Mock d T aad ate yroitaete Jn lliiHii - i Ut Tailwm timNiaatBrlnc tar 8ak ebeas ob - yr mpa arieaa rates Wld aftsr Lkh neraJi OQBueJkatocwr oc 8t pr 3m m9 AMfroiA niiiiMiillHliilliillHIilllllll IIIWIIIIIIIllllllllill h1 a i THE CLIMAX riBLlHED BVBRY WEDNESDAY -- BY THE- - i convention endorsed Hon W 0 Bradley for Vice President of the TIPTON Judge George Gmtms United Stales Vm O WHITE J Denney Congressman George M J M Lewis and W 0 PIUCE PHIt VTSAB 150 Thomas wore appointed delegates Bradley at Large from Kentucky to the DNKSDAY MAY Chicago National Convention Sen ator John Bonnett of Richmond Pjg Iron Keltey of Penneyl- - and Mr Logan McKee of Dan iiiij made a speech in Congress ville delegates from the 8th Disit Tuesday of last week in which trict It was a Bradley convenJit was severe on Kentucky tion ch irking illiteracy and other short c rmn s Governor JlcCreary ADJOURNED t- ponded in a well worded and 1 uited effort of thirty minutes The Legislature of Kentucky a t r which Mr Kelley gracefully adjourned sine die on last Fridaj n racied what he had sail after having been in session 127 days at 1000 u Wirt Adams Post master expense to the per day or a total State of 127000 Jackson Mississippi a promi- Tlie large number of 1571 bills Confederate otfieer during was 84 resolutions 4 late war and John Martin Two passed and became laws by hundred bills of the New Miseissippian lapse t of time the Governor declinI j Vhod at Jackson killed each ing to either approve or yeto r in a street fight on last them Sixty bills were vetoed t rfday Adams fired i Climax Feinting ascii aud ordered sent to the asylum This makes the thirteenth time she has The Republican Stato conven- Â¬ Rev J A Henderson will preach next been sent to that institution having tion mat in Louisville last Wed Â¬ Sunday at the Methodist church at n A been sent every year for tlrirteen years Paris News nesday Gen W J Landram of M and 8 r i STATE REPUBLICAN CONVENTION RELIGIO US Co Lancaster was Chairman The Mrs L E Franciss religious services were listened to by a house full Sunday afternoon The semi annual meeting of the Madi- Â¬ son County Co operation of Christian churches wHl be held at the Pond on Fri- Â¬ day and Saturday May 25 and 26 The programs will be out in afew days 1 v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The third meeting of the Maditon County Sunday School Associatoin the program of which was published in this paper last week will be held in the Sec- Â¬ ond Presb terian church next Saturday beginning at 10 oclock a si A basket dinner will be served in the Court house The annual meeting of the Madison County Bible Society was held Sunday evening in the Christian Church Large attendance and much interest manifested Dr Savage the Superintendent was not Rey Dr present on account of sickness Henderson presided and remarks were made by Dr Formen and others Officers W L Crutcher for tlie coming year President the resident pastors and rrin isters Vice Presidents J Speed Smith Secretary G W Willis Treasurer W M Irvine Wm Bennett T S Moberly T H Thorpe J Stone Walker B J Clay W H Miller and Rev E Forman D D Executive Committee -- i Jir Â¬ BEREA Kentucky has an excellent Governor and second that she has had better Legislatures But no Mr Charles Lester Jr ha3 returned Im killed bod of men could do justice to to his Oregon home The trouble grew out of the the public when handicapped by Arrangements nre made to secure a killing last spring of It D Gam so much local legislation course of historical lectures from Prof tadl editor of the Prohibition Tripp paper by James L Hamilton CITY PRIMARY Dr U V Holland from Kansas Adams was a friend of Gambrell surprised his friends by making a visit and Martin of Hamilton In his The Democratic primary elec- last week paper Martin reflected on the flkaraeter of Adams who was a tion for City officers was held in Mr Samuel Hanson lias improved witness in the case The parties Richmond on last Saturday and his grounds by the erection of a nice met on the street and Adams re- resulted as follows Jacob Col- summer houe marked you d d rascal I have lins Mayor II C Rice Police Miss Putnam lelt for home last week stood enough from you to which Judge J J Brooks Councilman her health having failed so she could martin replied if you dont like 1st ward Sam Rice Councilman not teach longer ftn and the rapid succession 2d ward W B Smith CouncilDr Hamilton preached in tlie Col- Â¬ man 3d ward James W Caper of shots dosed the tragedy lege chapel last Sunday night to an ton Councilman 4th ward K D Anthony the noted Leav Tlie regular election will occur interesting audience eaworth Kansas editor is again the first Saturday in June Dr Pigg lias goue to Cincinnnli to ni trouble It will be recalled The question will doubtless be attend the medical association which that Anthony is a brother of asked do you mean to say that is held there this week Sosan B and lias been whipped Col James W Caperton the Dr Stewarts lecture on Carey the of the Republican party first missionary to laditt was appreoAener than any man in Kansas -stone The fust man who wiped up the in tlie county was a candidate ciated by all It is not only interest earth with him was Gen J C for Councilman in a Democratic ing but highly instructive Stone formerly of this county primary election Thats preTlie Sunday School Convention tor Subsequently a colored man nam- cisely what we say The Repubed Kmbry who was born and licans had already nominated him the Glade precinct was held at Wal- Â¬ raised in a basement room of The as their candidate and the Dem lace Chapel on Sunday last Tlie weather the Cumax building shot Anthony ocrats being determined to have large and was delightful varied crowd tlie program and as good a man as the Republicans practical in a street fight The discussions that follow Of late Anthony has been en- likewise nominated him Col ed of the papers showed thoughtdeavoring to unite the Prohibition Caperton did not only knock the ful 6orae iulerest in Sunday school work and Republican parties and make anti railroad vote silly in Union that is a hopeful indication himself Governor of Kansas He precinct but drives things end i a temperance crank a foreor wise down in the 4th ward EDEXTOX dained shrieker On last Satur day night his house took fire ami F0KIISTRY Jordon Myers little son is very low the neighbors rushed to the rescue with typhid pneumonia Among otlier portions of the irause A short time since an informal Preaching at the Wylie school house hurriedly emptied was the cellar meeting of the friends of forestry wa9 To the utter amazement of the hetd at tlie Polytechnic Society of every third Suuday at eleven oclock flood friends of poor Anthony Louisville for tlie purpose of taking AM several barrels of fine Kentucky steps toward tlie organization of n John Stolts sou whisky were taken out and Kentucky State Forestry Association was thrown from a mule and dislo-Â¬ Nmneroas cases of wine and It was decided that a meeting for the cated liis wrist Dr Hendren will put heer The Anthony boom like formal organization should be held on it in place Fox liobbitts minnows went Friday evening May 4th at M v m Agee was married two Overton whooine and yelling ami is mow in tbe balls of tins Polytechnic Society weeks ago to a Miss May aud they At this meeting an address was have separated aud divided their house a mere memory Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- three the Its and fire fourth cartridge failed to Martin fired four shots Adams was shot through the heart and Martin through the breast and leg Adams never spoke and Martin merely gasped -- I vetoed during a session of the Kentucky Legislature Two things were demonstrated first that the largest number perhaps ever Â¬ placing himself in tlie front rank of bis profession His brother physicians all considered it an honor tobe called into consultation with him The heart- Â¬ felt sympathies of his community will go with his sorrowing widow to her Mat Tevis colored of this place Pennsylvania home to which place who was cut by a Winchester negro I she will accompany 11 er fattier iu a few named Lee has been at tlie point of J jayg njre stapp will bo much missed death for several days and Lee who iu the community for she as well us was shot by policeman Allen while the doctor held a warm place iu the trying to escape has since died Tlie affections of the people R fight originated over a game of cards Joseph S Embrce died at his home Allen was exnnorated by the Coroners at Red Huuse station iu Madison coun Â¬ jury Paris News May 2nd on Wednesday ty Ky Charlie Swope ot Paris a once 1SSS in the 88th year of his age The bright youDg lawyer son of a Con- deceased was born and reared in Madgressman and brother and brother-in-laison county and never lived else- Â¬ of two State Senators passed where He taught school for more through here going to the penitentiary than sixty years beginning when only for one year for stealing clothes TIip twenty years old was noted for bis suit was once withdrawn when he elegant manners nnd excellent pen Â¬ sued for damages resulting iu his manship and was one of tlie few men conviction Paris Keutuckian who could make aud successfully use a goose quill pen He taught parents The oldest citizen of Burgin Mr children grandchildren and Davis King died ou tbe 17th of acute He could see bronchial affection after a weeks ill hear talk aud walk with ease to tlie ness Mr King was an old distiller time of his death and was a constant aud for a loug time proprietor of the reader Only a few mouths ago distillery and mill nt Kings bottoms he crossed the creek over tlie Â¬ on Dix river His remaius were inter- railroad bridge near his house He red at Bueua Vista Garrard county w as a Democrat and a Methodist a good James Thomson shipped 2000 bushels neighbor aud citizen Wiien tbe an- Â¬ of barley to tlie States last week It nouncement of his death goes out over the northern part of Madison county was consigued to Mr Wm Adam of St Viuceut who purchased for par- Â¬ many men there are who will collect ties South The average price paid for their children and grandchildren and tlie barley per bushel was thirty five great graudcuildren about them and cents Emerson Manitoba Iuterua tell how they went to school to TJucIp Joe Embree half a century or nearly tional three quarters of 11 century ngo aud The Southern Immigratiou Society sat ou backless puncheon benches In met at Hot Springs N C Wednesday jog scuooi uouses wuiiout piaster or GovFitzLee presidiugaml anumberof weatherboarding and rem the story distinguished men Including Cardiual of the Milk maid and Vauity Fair or Gibbons Gov Gordon of Georgia and Poor Old Dog Tray fiom the spell Gov Richardson of South Carolina Ing book or worried with the prob were present Col J Stoddard John lems in Smileys arithmetic involving stou and Mr John R Proctor repre- Â¬ the single and double rule of three and sented Kentucky closed the week with a grand spellin match the reward being a ticket tiorses 10 ine value or oU87 were exported from the Emerson consular elaborately adorned by flourishes of a district during the three months end Â¬ goose quill pen In the hands of the ing March 31 18S8 Of these 30 were teacher mares exported to Minnesota and Dynamite is the most deadly of all Dakota for breeding purposes free of explosives and cholera was sure death duty The majority of these animals were purchased in Emerson and were to chickens until the discovery of fine large young mares of Clyde and Ganters chicken cholera cure It Is plan by Percheron breeds Emerson Manitoba sold on the Stocktou Willi It International Â¬ ml Tor 3ANICIUEFOBTS of the Madison RBPOHTof the conditionRichmond In tlie at itf biate otkPeMmckyIaitbe close of buslncw 1888 April 30tb RESOURCES fcp fj 1103353 13 ljoansnnd discounts- S1KC J Overdrafts secured and unMcnred- - 50000 00 U o nonns 10 secure cuniwuiwa 75000 09 U SBonda to secure deposits- 16840 57 Due from approved reserve oentK 76s 56 Due from olner National Banks Dee from State Banks and b inkers 3112 OS CJOMO0 Ileal Estate furniture and fixtures 32 i Current expenses and taxes paid -Bills of other Banks Fractlonal paper currency nickels cents and Specie Legal tender notes Ilcdemptlon fund with U 8 Treas- Â¬ urer 5 per cent of circulation n markets by an 1530 00 48 83 The new Dry Goods and Merchant Tailoring firm of Crooke Urmston invite the public to inspect their Bennett 3500 00 31800 00 2250 00 801505 16 Total- LIABILITIEa Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Uudivjded proats Knllnnnl Rank notes oulRtandine Individual tfepositSBiibJecttoctiecli United btatcs deposit Deposits of U S disbursing officers Due to other National Banks Extensive Spring Stock which was 200000 00 79U00 00 kiu34 4500000 188072 07 68814 00 508 77 2589 83 1601505 16 carefully selected in the eastern experienced buyer IWI Absolutely Pure Total STATE OF KENTUCKY K o County ot Madison i I CD Chenault Cashier of tho above Tills powder never varies A marvel of Durltv strencth aud wliotesomeness More nnmed bank do solemnly swear that the economical than the ordinary kinds ana above statement is trne to the best of my cannot be old In competition with the mul knowledge and belief C D CHENAULT Cashier titudes or low teslMioriweiEiiv aium or puw nhate nowdors Sold only In cans RqYAI Subscribed and sworn to before mo this AKINQ POWDEB CO 106 Wnll SU N Y 4thdayof3IuylSS3 iy S P DEATHERAGE Notary Public Correct Attest DRY GOODS The attention of the ladies is especially called to our superior line of Dress Goods embracing the most fashionable Fabrics to be had in New York jlri Miss Fannie S Hill daughter of Hon Thomas P Hill Sr of Stanford aud Mr E W Smith of Norfolk Va were married ou the 23th Miss Came Hathaway of Winchester was brides muid A year ago Miss Hills siter married a Virgiuian TSilOBERLEY A It BUHN A M 11 J- H DILLINGIIAM Directors the condition of the Farmers JCv National Bankatltlchmona iu the biate uf Keuiucuy hi me close 01 business April 30th 1888 TEFORTof Choice Silks Henriettas Serges c De Boges Cashmeres c RESOURCES 257197 25 Loans and discounts MINNESOTA FLOUR 450 60 Overdrafts secured and unsecured 50000 00 U S Bonds to secure circulation Made from the celebrated Minnesota other ktocks bonds and morlcaires 2000 00 10733 45 reserve agents hard wheat Best in the world Gheit Duo from approved 0993 71 Due from other National Bints 2b59 atrial W M Blount is agent for Rich- Due from State Bunks and bankers- - 7500 S7 00 Real estate furniture and fixtures 960 55 mond apr25 tf Current expenses and taxes paid 873 53 Checks and other cash Items 11 3183 00 Bill Townseud tlie man slayer from Bills of otlier Banks- fractional paper currency nicaeis Â¬ Lace Elounces of all kinds White Goods in great quantity We have in Laces Ribbons Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Gloves and Parasols all that can be desired up the couutry consiou has removed to Wis 10832 Specie Redemption fund with U 3 Treas- Â¬ 2250 urer 5 per cent of circulation aud cents- - El 3S 45 CO Ice 359S3S2 Total I am prepared to deliver ice to any LIABILITIES part of the city regularly or on short Capital stock paid in 150100 00 50000 00 notice Will make contracts for supply- Â¬ Surplus fund 8JJ6889 Undivided pronts- ing families offices business houses shops National Bank notes outstanding- - 45000 00 Individual derjoMtssublecttocbeck 103831 90 and other places Orders left a Dykess Due to other National Banks 2118 27 241 76 grocery on Second streeet will receive Due to State Banks aud Bankers 359863 82 prompt attention Totai Merchant Tailoring With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the best New York school of art and design in gents garments experienced in the best houses of that city and versed in every detail of the business aided by on elaborate stock of corner- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ twelve-year-ol- d THE CMJaTV MBJltCfUTiC TOXVENTI8X INnoMMt la the eatl of the Democratic Ummty OoHimMiee tbe Ieto Cfatt of MmHmoh comity coMve4 at Uie in KMiHtnwl Ky in dims enrrentioit Satwriay May 5 IfeSS at 1 oclock p x TSterutt win Sou was called to order by J A Sullivan wbo nu raolioM waWMatiiuiMly elect Â¬ ed Chairman W B Whll w am thereÂ¬ upon elected Secretary A J Heed J it Bui nam W TTevn J V Embry and W S Hume were axiinied eom wiitee on iertoln1it The eommittee refirteO relutioM6 la tbe eoMvetttfet w hicti after being amended ar as M- Â¬ Vrtirl-hou-e Be it resolved by tite Democracy of Madi OH eoMMty 1m mam eouveiUtoii V De Boerstfe party vera secured to tbe Oommonweallh thr Jflh the Inbtrameutality of the Tlie eanveutlou then adjourned J A emjavAJ Cbairaiaij W B White Eecretary of tt vvlioie jfMijde regardless of rty we oongratulate ourselves and our afa puri Utat the ser vices of such a man i congratnlale their party and pfojle of the titate that Simon li iai iJucKiier le at tbts cnaM In our alftin Ooveruor of this Common wealth His eplendiil ability un fiweniii bonesty unfaltering courage and uafaiiiug devotion toduty andjthe truF8 committed to hie charge entitle lWitn in tliete times of ditrust to tlie cci fj it ree recieet and iinpiidt faith semoifHj tin- Â¬ ai tiier good Democrats of Madi Â¬ son comity On motion of W T Tevte tbe fattow ingresolutiou was unanimously adopt- Â¬ ed iz IirAvcd Tiiat tle Democrats of 3Iauisii county in oouventioH as 1 un Br We reaflirm tlie iHiactpfee of the arty as tat ihK Ib the piabferm adopted at the Xatiwal t avUon at Chieago in July 181 4lb That we point with jwhle and I asure to tbe record of Jaa B Me C eary our RereeiiUtive in CiHigrewi H hag made a feithful aud able Rfi reflebtative or I bin Dhttrwt in Congress Stfa That the delegates liereiuafter appointed are instructed o east their es for Hon J no D Harris for Del Â¬ egate from State at Large rW B Smith as one of tlie delegates to tlie National Convention from the Slh Curgreeefottal DMrietaiHl they are to use all LoHoraWe means to tserre tleir eeteetion That tlie foKowinc named 1 rooccate of Madison oouniy are aj iKiitited delegates to tite Convent ion at Jjexin iJon ami are requested to vote as a ui it on all questions coming l f re said C onveeikMi C D Cfaenauft J htune WaHcer J R Bnruam W B Mmtli AJ Beed T J Scott J A bull van W T Tevie W S olerlv W Pairuib W C French V1 e icy BF Crooke JC Miller Dudley W 8 Hume J P Kiro A tn u Muart Jones T J Million T J IiYubie That we kftprove of the call of tbe Democratic State Central d Executive Cotnwitte or a State Oasveutiou to be Iteid at Lexington Xy mm May IS 1S66 for the wrfr of i eieeting delegate to tbe Democratic Katiooal Convention at St Loufc on JmmtS 1868 and abo approve tbe ealt of tbe DemMsmtie Committe of tlie eamrty fir tbe call of tin eonreuiioti now heiJ 2Bd That e most Iteartily endorse tlie dean lioneH mim Htateeitiaulike administration of i rover Cleveland Ptaidntof the United rotates We anprovetlte ixiitetnles enunehited in i m iift annaal to Cmigreee r cfiguwe tot him a wfee prttdeiit c nr and iiatrbrtie executive v iii tbe discharge of all I lie duties ornee both at home and Jis sreat a ud bs been directed by x high v ttf duty to Uie individual citizen fu i lite honor and iMOe perity of tbe iMge delivered on the subject of Forestry by lite Hon B E Fernon Chief of For Â¬ estry Division Department of Agri Â¬ culture and a number of gentlemen of this State made remarks upon tlie snbjeet Titesulgect of Forestry is one which is attracting more ami more interest in this country from the fact tlwt though tbe timber supplies seem at pre eot inexhaustible jet at the pres Â¬ ent rate of destrnet ion the eupjily ill in a very few years become completely exhausted In our own State the inounUin region of our eastern counties is being o rapidly opened uptbe forests are being as rapidly destroyed and if protective measures be not soon taken tills magnificent timber region will be wholly deprived of its trees Further our railroads are constantly demandiug a large supfdy of timber for ties which ean be rapidly grown in most sections of our Stale at a minimum of expense and at no inconsiderable profit lands being needed for this purpose which are not available for the crops Tlieie are then reasons which will be brought out in tlie future rendering tbe orgtniiulioa of a Forestry in Mir estate a great desidera Â¬ tum Mt Fernon is w ell Known as ono of the best informed men in the coun- Â¬ try on tlie Mibjeet of Forestry and his address wa full of interest and profit to tbe people of the State Any inquiries or eolnmuHleatkms on the subject may be addressed to tlie Committee through Judge A M Brown Eiizabethtowuor Dr James Lewis Howe Louisville Scientist aud Polytechnic Secret n ry A ZOOLOGICAL GARDEX Lexington Diamaer She went home with her father The infant daughter of Tracy War ner was badly burned a few days ago and will lose tlie toes of one foot It is feared she will be a cripple the rest of her life Mr Elishii Warren who bought the plunder Thomas Warren farm has made con- Â¬ siderable improvements this spring He has made one thousand rails out of old refused rail cuts that had lain for two or three years DraeenUte i- - t a H F Turner Eb T FUi F uke J P Embry S D ParrMi Lexington has got to be a metro- Â¬ politan dly and she lias many attract- Â¬ ive city features sch as the Chautau qua street railways electric and gas lights a gymnasium etc But there is one otlier thing site needs to draw peo Â¬ ple within her gules aud that is a Zoo Cincinnat has one of the best in the oouulry aud there is no reason why Lexington should not hp e one We could pvxMirepIenly o animals and reptiles We have plenty coon ranch- Â¬ es but no Zoo A little variety would new be In order The mouutains of Kentucky are full of wild beasts eagles c As for camels aud cata mouuts there are plenty of them to be had in South west Texas and Arizona These camels are defcendautu of a lot imported by the TJ B Govermeut for carrying duty on the plain many years ago aud the venture proving un- Â¬ successful they were turned loose aud became wild iu which state they have bred and Increased In numbers Hunters now shoot them to prevent them frem stampeding their teams It is from tliis source the animal shows in this country are supplied Col Frank Wooley has a strauge animal that he wouhl donate and from diQerent sources there could be scrap Â¬ ped a very respectable oolleoiion Of snakes aii abundance could be obtained A large number of these reptiles have ueen Keen at times by many ot our cithsens some of enormous size Edit Â¬ or Freueh Tipton of tbe Richmond Climax has a West Indian Iguauo that he desires to contribute also some land crabs of large eiza Crabs are a curiosity In this section and no well regulated Zoo sltould be without them We trust that our public spirited citi- Â¬ zens will take Ibis matter into consid eration aud act at onee Let Lexing 1 tea be made attraotive Xet her by all j means hajrc a Zoo Â¬ 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure aged 19 years Burial ocaured In Chicken Cholera and other diseases Relatives of W N Wllklus of TifÂ¬ Richmond cemetery on Sunday after- Â¬ amoug fowls I will refuud tire money fin Ohio started to New York to take noon iu every case where ihe remedy fails home tbe remains of that gentleman V G WtllTE The death of Dr R A Stapp haB w ho was believed to have committed Prescription Druggist suicide As they boarded the train cast a gloom over the entire commu- Â¬ 2d Sf near Garuett House mar23tf Wilkiua himself stepped from a car nity in which he lived and left a void mlnd3 and hearts that will he in the alive and well Doneison uses the best matorial that hard to fill He settled In cur midst Judge Samuel D Lecompte died at only a short ten mouths ago and yet the market affords and the best work- Â¬ the age ot seventy four Ho served by his uniform kindness aud gen men He puts up nouc but the best as Chief Justice of the Territory of tleness of disposition he had won work Buggies carriages etc made apr4 tf Kan sail from 1854 until the ud mission liis way to the affections of our people to order Caff on him of the Territory iuto the Union He Rich or poor high or low white or Tho O I Sf L 0 Ity Kanka- Â¬ presided over the first constitutional black all aacord him merited praise kee Line with Its connections makes convention held at Lecompton The elemeuls of true manhood were so the fastest time from Cincinnati to Mrs Harriett Whllson of Huddles mixed luhlm that we could poiut to Council Bluffs Omaha St Paul Min Mill aced about 00 ears was adiud- - him aud say behold a man As a neapolis and the West andNortl eed insane by the Couit here yesterday j physician be ranked high and was fast west aprI8ie Â¬ The railroad boys got on a high old time ou Friday night They all got ou a big tear and got into a row Willy Reynolds struck at John Murphy with a fence rail hit Irve Warner on the arm and broke it They thought they were ou the new railroad Somebody broke into old mau Rus MARIOX HARLAXDS OPINION OF BAKsel Tealers meat house and stole five ING POWDERS hams and three sides of meet a few uights ago Iu two nights after lie lost his meat he had a fine son born Our readers have doubtless noticed by iiis second w ife Her age is twenty-t- the numerous discussious by the scien- Â¬ wo years and his age seventy odd tists and hygienists as to the relative years I guess the old man could not value of the various biking powders grieve for rejoicing A careful sifting of tbe evidence leaves no doubt as to tbe superiority of the Royal Baking Powder in purity NEWS PARAGRAPHS wholesnmeuess and strength from a Mr Robert G Hall and Miss Ellen scientific stand point An opinion however that will weigh heavier than Warren were married at Stanford County Judge T J McKibben died any otlier with our practical houseat Newport from an oyer dose of mor- Â¬ keepers is that given by Marion Har land the best known and most popular phine of American writers upon matters perA child named Heath taining to the science of domestic fell into a barrel of water near Somer- economy of house keeping and home set and was drowned cooking In a recent letter to the Fayez a convict In the Philadelphia Ladies Home Jourual Charles A Jeflereonville penitentiary cut off his this writer says I regard Royal Buking Powder as hand iu order to escape doing the work that had beeu imposed ou him the best manufactured and in tbe mar- Â¬ ket so far as I have airy experience Mrs Catherine Chinn wife of Dr J in the use sf such compounds Since G Chinn celebrated the one hun- Â¬ the introduction of it into my kitchen dredth and first anniversary of her three years ago I have used no other birth at Lexington Tuesday Her bus iu making biscuits cakes etc aud band was ninety one years old April 1 have eutirely discarded for such pur- Â¬ Mr Jack Prewett of JJower Garrard poses the home made combination of died suddenly at his home on Sunday one third soda two thirds cream of April 15 of heart disease He was a tartar soldier in the Mexicau war and also Every box has been in perfect conthe Rebellion His remains were inter- Â¬ dition when it came into my hands red iu Mt Olivet Cemetery and the contents lias given complete For the second time in history the satisfaction It is an act of simple Sedate at Washington was opened last justice and also a pleasure to recom week by a Jewish Rabbi Rev D H mend it to American housewives Marion Harland Perea Meudez of the Spanish and Brooklyn N Y Nov 30 1887 Portugese congregation of Ner York offering the prayer DIED A little daughter of Aquilla Harris a wealthy farmer living south of Hop John Black died of erysipelas after a kiusvllle in Tennessee died several days since of lock jaw produced by weeks illoes at the home of bis father sticking a piece of glass in her naked Samuel Black at tlie Miller place foot while at play Her agonies previ- near Red House- Madison county Ky ou Saturday night May 5th 18S8 ous to death were terrible to witness Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ four-year-o- ld road in 18SS when the robbers secured can find them at I J Brooks Junc22 tf 53000 Fotheriugham it will be was suspected by the remembered things of this 0f tuo V company of complicity iu the robbery VkVAVj life S and was held iu imprisonment for alone on account of are gorrowfuiiy Jet Dyspepsia Ackers some time Dyspepsia Tablets will euro Dyspepsia Indigestion and Constipation sold on a Mr Wm Martin a prominent and positive guarantee at 25 and CO cents by extensive farmer of Plum Coolie 18 W G White Prescription Druggist ralle3 north west of Emerson has re- Â¬ Half Fare Excursions turned from a visit to Scotland While in Scotland Mr Martin delivered a Tlie C I St L C Ry Kankakee number of lectures upon Manitoba with Line will sell round trip tickets to good results It is understood that lie many points in Minnesota Dakota is makiug arrangements to receive Nebraska Kansas Arkansas Texas several families from his district of and New Mexico at One Faro for the country While home he purchased n Round Trip Excursion dates for the herd of Galloway cattle which lie West North west and South west are brought back with him with the in Â¬ March 20th April 3 and 24th May 3 tention of goiiig extensively into stock and 22nd June 5 and 19th 1SS8 as lie believes iu mixed farming Tickets will be good tor return thirty Emerson Manitoba International days except to Texas and Arkansas which will be good sixty days For At a recent sale of Jersey cattle full information please apply pel son C at Harkuess Bazar in Philadelphia ally to nearest agent C I St L Ry 31 cows averaged 510175 5 heifer J C Tucker G dives averaged 2500 2 bulls averaged dolph St Chicago W P A 121 Ran III 45 The liigest prices were 115 for C S LaFollette W P A LaFay Mauds Beauty 10S39 280 for Ger- Â¬ ette Ind 205 for Elmlet trudes Baby 20051 J H Martin D P A S E Cor 200 for Kofleea Venus 21114 17599 Washington and Merldiau Sts Indian and S160 for Lomes Pogls 2d 15823 STATE OF KENTUCKY County ot Madison J88- S S Parkes Cashier of the above named Try Japan Tea at W M Blounts he I bank do solemnly swear that the above makes a speciality of tine Teas statement Is trne to the best of my know- Â¬ ledge and belief aprJ5 tf S S PARKES Cashier Subscribed Hou J M Nesbilt a member of the day of May and sworn to before me this th 1888 A N Bush took to Frankfort duriug constitutional convention 1850 died J so Y Ckooke Jr Notary Public Ben S Robbius formerly a politi Correct Attest the recnt tide about 200000 feet of iu Bath county cian aud lawyer of note iu this State TIIOS J SMITH attempted to destroy his life at his walnut limber We arc glad to learn JAMES BENNETT J Dlrectors Armer ha a new lot of gold aud J that he realized a handsome profit on NJONES home in Denver Col during a fit of silver head Mlk umbrellas 2may4t his investment Winchester Demo delirium brought on by T EPORT of the condition of the First crat Fori at lu the J v National Bank the Richmondbusiuecs in stimulants Mr Bobbins was close of Slate ot Kentucky hi No Cure No Charge You can buy a No 1 new Buggy war- Â¬ April oyui it3 recently appointed Assistant United States District Attorney for Colorado Doctor Stewart the New York ranted This is a special oiler aud RESOURCES aud left liis home in Lagrange only specialist is still at the Willis House holds good only until June 4th Joliu Loans and Discounts- 377784 42 8508 07 a few weeks ago to enter upon his new Richmond ami is treating with re Douelsou Richmond Ky Kentucky Overdrafts 50000 00 U S Bonds to secure circulation apr26 Gt duties success diseases of long Carriage Works markable 6500 00 Ollierstocks bon Js aud mortgages 26100 09 Duo from approved reserve agents standing that were called incurable 2879 78 Due from other National banks Fresh Vegetables alwaj s to be found at Due from State Banks and bankers At St Louis the jury in the ult of Ivspecial attention 2734 70 given to patients W M Blounts First Street 9447 23 David S Fotheriugham against the Real estate furniture and fixture apr25 tf that have received little or no benefit 333 01 Curreut pxpenses aud taxes paid Adams Express Company for damages from otlier physicians 3000 00 Premiums paidConsultation Mrs Henry A Burdette died in Bills ot other Banks 2300 00 for false imprisonment agreed on a free Fractional paper currency nickels It Garrard county last week aged 33 19 03 verdict of 20000 for the plaintiff and cents years 5260 00 Specie Do you want pure drugs antf tlie best The case grew out of the Jim Cum Legal tender notes- 4000 00 fund mings express robbery on the Frisco brands of tobaccos and cigars You CoocO the Redemption cent ofwith USTreas- - 2250 00 circulation urero per aprn tf J E Dykes FrenA Enifih ai American Sultiis TROUSERINGS and BSTINGS We are putting forth suits equal to the best made in this country Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us GEHTS PTJmnSHING GOODS Neck Wear Cuffs Collars unlaundried Handkerchiefs Shirts laundried and Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc rW of thousands suffering from Asthma Con sumption Coughs etc Did you ever try Ackers English Remedy It is the best preparation known for all Lung Troubles Bold on a positive guarantee at 10c 50c W G White Prescription Druggist Miss Sallie Logan and R L Hubble were married iu Garrard county Motto of tlie 0 I St L C Ry Safety comfort speed nprlS St W 2SX Totai LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In- nurpius iunu Undivided profits National Bank notes outstanding Indlvldualdeposlts subject to check Due to other National Banks Due to State Banks and bankers 500836 81 WALL PAPERS in great quantity and variety elegant embossed gilt 71 ij from the cheapest to the most 250000 00 50000 00 14283 24 45000 00 141005 15 75 04 472 88 50 333 31 nTnTTirTP P imirOTAW vmam iiniuvii yumuiii w uxtnxuiuii 1 Total STATE OF KENTUCKY 1B a County op Madisox J I J E Greenleaf Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is At the Green Front 3011 can save knowledge and belieftrue to the best of my money and get the prettiest Hat or J E Greknleai- - Cf shier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th Bonnet iu town aprll lf day of May 18S8 R R Bcrxam Notary Public Miss D Estelle Redmon of Paris Correct Attest aud Dr Joseph U Lee of Chattanoo JV W CAPERTON M I RVINE Directors ga were married on last Wednesday J It X WHITE Â¬ apll8 tf Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Ky Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Shingles Laths upoli Gen Passr Agent Cincinmnnatl O 21 mar 3m Ind John Egan Overdrafts 9o00 00 U S Bonds to secure circulation W M Blount First Street a trial Duo from approved reserve agents 50000 00 6193 74 5340 12 order you will find he keeps the best at Due from other National Banks Due from State Banks and bankers 1200 tlie lowest prices apr25 tf Currelu expenses and taxes paid 1751 OS 3440 OU uiusoi oilier iianas A full line of Glass and Chinaware al Fractional paper enrrency nickels and cents 485 wa s to be found at W M Blounts First Specie- 16030 00 Legal tender notes- 16000 00 Street Redemption fund with U S Treas- Â¬ tf urer 5 per cent of circulation 250 00 th3 Children They are es liable to sudden OEPORT or the condition of the Ssooad Cl National Bonk at Richmond Iu the Colds Coughs Croup Whooping Cough State 01 Kentucky al the close of business Wo guarantee Ackers English April 30th 1888 etc Remedy a positive cure It saves RESOURCES Sold by hoars of anxious watching Loans and discounts 869884 75 W G White Prescription Druggist QVXVTo penally i -- Lime Cement Hair IougL and Dressed D The BTTTEBS GUIDE Is each year It is an jelopedia of naeful infor- xnatlon for all who pur chase tho luxuries or the necessities of life Wo you and furnish you with can clothe oil the necessary and unnecessary appliances to ride walk dance sleep eat flsh hunt work go to church or stay at home and in various sizes styles and quantities Just flcure out what is required to do all these thine COMFORTABLY and you can aake iafir estimate of the value of Te BUYEBS GUIDE which wiU be sent upon receipt of 10 conts to pay postage XjimibeF Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Kichmond Ky iuuod March and Sept ency- Ghe H MYERS raALJILKES PUBLIC TRIAL ap5 36 PACING Tkt Mr Mark Hardiu and Miss Bessie Farris eloped from Junction City aud were married at JeUersonville M Total -- 180323 49 The Nobbiest Neckwear in town Shirts cheaper than you can buy tlie just received J C Lvter tf cloth elsewhere J V Ly ter aprlS lf Hats and all otlier goods regardless I AM AGENT of cost J C Lytbr SffTHe JON BSV FOR THE JJ3i Pattjit vnmuiDJ SH If you want a nice buggy phaeton flJ9 truss 1J EASIEST rockaway carrlnge barouche or WEARING coupe go to John Doneison apr4 t TRUSS ou Earth apr-18-- tf LIABILITIES Capital slock paid In 200C90 Co Surplus fund 0000 00 Undivided profits 9136 61 National Bank notes outstanding 44400 00 Individual deposits subject to check 148605 67 Due to other National Banks 1237 84 Due to Slate Banks and banke- rs883 37 Notes and bills rc dlscoanted 16000 00 Total STATE OF KENTUCKY 430323 49 1 j- 111 114 MONTGOMERY WARD Michigan Avenue Chicago Dl CO mch216m Cull and see it W G White Prescription Dnifcgist 2d St near Garuett House imqrisstr Green Front 31illinery Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SIIKUIFF Â¬ New goods from New York an experienced trimmer from Cincinnati house reilnished aud every thing uew We are authorized to announce J W BALES cuudidate lor Sheriff of aud neat First street Madison County subject to the action IfMrs J F Stone of tlie Democrirtib party mar7 tdc 11 We are authorized to announce JOHN HISLE a candidate for Sheriff or Madison county btibject to the action of the Democratic party mai7 tdc of the above named bank do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and beller J STONE WALKER Cashier I wish to sell privately that portion of Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th day of May 18S8 my farm known as the Owens place four R E TURLEY Notary Public miles from Red House station Kentucky Central Railroad Madison county on the Correct Attest W T TEVIS road leading from Otter Creek to Muddy 1 J Directors JOE COLLINS Creek The boundary contains J P HEKNDONJ Couktt or Madison IJStoneWalkor Cashier - PAEM for SALE Sired by Gov Sprague 2joJ 1st dam by George Wilkes ad dam VandaU by son of Vandal 3d dam by son of American Eclipse and so on back thoroughbred 15 times I had rather have filly colts by Vandal Wilkes to keep for breeding purposes for my own use than from any stallicn 13 Kentucky because he canpace faster than any stallion In Kentucky that will compare with him in high breeding Will stand at f 25 To Insure a Laura Colt B II NEALE apr 18 m THE TWO STALLIONS ESCORT AXJJ LUMBER ON - Ell All Iravelcra either fofpleasure or business agree in this That for con- Â¬ venient trains complete aiid elegant equipment splendid conchy quick lime aud perfect road bed t J le I 8L C Ry L Kankakee Line is the speediest safest and best road be- Â¬ tween Cincinnati and Clijcago a is-- apM8 5t House Samuel I have plenty of lumber on hand for barns and other such buildings Can Remaining unclaimed hi the PoH fill orders promptly for auy amount Office at Richmond Ky week ending desired Aly Mill is running every day May 8 1888 nml will saw lumber to order Best Black Mary Lumber 125 per hundred ItiUanl Esthelene Clark Hannah Riddle Silvana tTHill at Cleveland Fayette Coun- Â¬ ty Kentucky Dickerson Nancy Scarborough Mary Harris Mrs maj9 4l Ann Harrison W H StewartBelle LETTERS and is well improved good house cistern garden barn and other out- Â¬ buildings good fences and an abundant supply of never failing water All of the land is in blue grass and has been for twenty five years The entire tract can be plowed with ease and is suitable for tobacco Can sell either fifty or one hundred acres The land is limestone with ash sugar tree and walnut timber Terms easy R P McCORD mchai tf Red House Ky X03 Acres oi Land haying a KENTUCKY CHIEFJB The former a saddle horse and the latter a harness horse both unexcelled for blood and breeding will make the season of 18S8 at the Fair Ground Stables at 20 and 15 to insure O H Chexaclt aprl82m Â¬ Huguely Minnie Horses Shod Â¬ shod in any mannerjdeslred I Irnvo an extra Jpt of 4jyear od second grbwtli timber fqr 5fpaTrhig all kinds of vehicles Repairing machin- Â¬ ery a specialty All wflrk guaranteed Shop back of Brookss Jrug store 8febly S h MIDKIFF W H Kelley will build you a good house cheaper than any man in town RoadHqrss Trottersautf Runners NcfTJH Irvine Elizabeth Lonie Lizzie Schooler Fannie Stone Claude Sutter Jacob TankarslyjT W TAZOO I BECOBD 240 The Pena Mutual mar7 tf Donelfon will make you as good a buggy or catriage as can be bought any where in America apr4 tf - Â¬ - - mtm Palmer Buck The attention of the public is respect- Â¬ Tudor V K Phelps C M VisorburbMiss Wm fully called to the Penn Mutual Life Ridley Col J W 3 Insurance Company of Philadelphia Post Office hours from 6A M to 7 p Money order nnd registered letter SI Tbe Ienn Mutual issues all approv- Â¬ hours prompt 7 a m to 6 1 ar ed forms of Life and Endowment Policies Surplus being available in reduction of J B WILLIS P it the second and succeeding payments such returns of surplus have reduced the average cost of insurance much below the figure of many first class competitors Patents Caveats and Trade Marks Its Non Forfeiture and Extension procured Rejected Applications ReÂ¬ vived and Piosecuted All business systems are the most liberal extant full before the U S Patent Office prompt- Â¬ reserve being applied Rt lapse to extension ly attended to for moderate fees and no of original sum insured or to the pur- Â¬ charge made unless Patent is secured chase of Paid Up insurance as may be Send for Inventors Guide desired FRANKLIN H HOUGH All Policies non forfeitable and after may9 tf Washington D C two years incontestable THE FAMOUS MULE JACK The Penn is unequaled in financial security Without security there is no insurance Mere volume of assets gives no protection The real test is applied by Will make the present season at the stables of W J Collins three miles insurance writers and the authori ties in east of Richmond on the Union City State Insurance Departments viz The pike ratio of assets to liabilities In this res pect the Penn stands at the head of the list having now 124 of welt secured as Â¬ Payable at time of service with privi Â¬ sets for every tooof liability present or lege of returnlug any time during the contingent Giyc us a call before insur Â¬ Season should mare prove upt to be In ing elsewhere foal Brluir alone vour mnrn nn n s William if you want a good mule colt J- - K Faulkner District Agents Ofljce First Nat Bank VW SB COLLINS Terry Shmiviv mar7 2m 9Wm Local Asnt Richmond Ky -- ruder Wm DIHELLI Our steam engine and mammoth ice cream freezer are now in posi- Â¬ tion and we are prepared to fur- Â¬ nish BROTHER TO YUBA By Harold 1st dam by Belmont 2d Mambrino Chief 221 PATENTS ICE CREAM in any quantity at any time even on the shortest notice Milk Shakes with any desired flavorings Soda Water from a splendid arctic Roebuck Whip Will stand at Silver Creek Madison county Ky at 40 To Insube A LmsG Colt For for ther particulars address us at S2 ver Creek 3d 4th TSBURNAMC0 feb29 3m Fine Wages YOOTGEOUGE At S the I fountain STRAWBERRIES CREAM Season to order Fruits of every kind Vegetables fresh and- - in abund ance Candies in profusion To bacco and Oigars mayg tf KENTUCKY CABBIAGE WOEBS JOHN DONELS0H aprt tf PBOPBHiT a S DINIULI CO - Sll V mmmm t3- - ls- - THEOLlMAX WEDNESDAY MAY 9 The Penn Mntnal On c Tlie arrest of RHrreil Francis color td fur Mealing Capt Sain 11 Stones tobacco imidieated J King Todd Les Â¬ lie Todd and Tom Tharp whitewho in default of bail are in jail Possession will be given Mr Blggerstnir August 1st The etc re 2so district had a better Seiiutor tluui Louse is situated just opposite the pro tui in the lately deeraed General cd new hotel and Is a valuable AssemWj piece of properly Gentry BrutUers aud other bought a Or Interest To Turnpike Builders number of horsed and mules here Men day at good prices The Waco Collece Hill and Red In the supplement this week Mr River Turnpike Coiiiikiiiv U now f11 organized and sufficient money sub B J Newloiis addrtbs aud much other tcrioeu 10 complete the road for eleven valuable informal ien miles and are now desirous of receiv- Mr K It Buruam aud wife huve re Â¬ luguiusior construction of said road moved into the Dr Harris residence As an evidence that they mean receuily vacated by Rev V Y Suep- will complete tlie road the pard following officers were elected at tlie annual meeting Dr J Aycrs Presi Tlie Louisville Southern men have ident David Chenault Sr George beeu up in Kstill county to bee w hat Griiutead W D Rucker and Freder- Â¬ the people will do for the road aud are ick Grider Board of Directors C L no in Lee Searcy is also Secretary and Treasurer The Legislature gave the district a If any contractor wants a paying job right through the courts of claims in let him wrie to tlie Secretary at Tlie road will be easy of con Â¬ each couuty to pay Hon C J Brou- - Waco st ruction Muii 51000 xtra per year President dum-iie-sa- Sullivan ask your attention elsewherJ In thia Irtue to ihelr announcement of the strong and reliable Penn Mutual 165 round trip to Lexington Life Insurance Comptmy The terms The Fair Grounds were bid in at re mot liboral and the advantage tll orth conslJerallou It used to S10W0 t that the tauu who had his life in Tlic slalllou exhibition Mouday was oured was the exceptimi but now it is fplclidid getting to the man who is not in The four banks a Rtolimond show tured is the exception 55SI3749 individual deposits Exchange of Ileal Estate Poteen 00k the rich Distillers fctahe Mr Cooper of Shelby county at Lexington races Monday brother-in-laof Mr Joel J Embry was up last Wednesday and together Teuehera Association The Stte they traded their farm of 200 acres colored will convene In Richmond near Red House known as the Mrs July 3rd LncyAuuCarr place to Mr Samuel Rev W Crow lias grazing for cows Blggerstatt for his store house on Main mlmlf mile from tewu Good water In itreet now occupied by Mr J A be field Higgins The rami is well improved Day ut College Hill Sat- Â¬ has an excellent brick house on it and Decoration Is said by competent judges to urday May 8ih 1 V M P F Adams be w 01th i6 J K Faulkner aud Mr J A Probably Mixed A tor UttktH Thk Climax dated last week that r litis c0Uhty Arch Nelm fotlnfcrly had killei a second man the last one being in California the first iu Texas A letter from Mr Nelm to his father In law Mr John Davl near Red House this county tells of his having been arrested iu California recently and taken back lo Texas for trial but says nothing of any second trouble which leads Mr Davis to be- Â¬ lieve that it was a misunderstanding The Texas trial resulted in an aequ ittal elm was arrested by a detective and carried without requisition to Texas PERSONAL Miss Pearl Chenault is visiting in Rich mond Â¬ 1 w Sale of Famous Runnyinede Yonngsters 58000 Robbery S C Stanton of Chicago rep- Â¬ resenting the St Paul Minneapolis Manitoba Rniiway will be here to Â¬ morrow If theie are those who are Hunting of going to the North west the opportunity is allorded Mr- - J V Rrauerof the firm of J Co live stock ooiumis Brauer ot Ciucinuuii eion merchants and Covington was here oti Couuly Court day He was welcomed by his many friends aud patrons of this couuty Mr V Ex Posimasler Taylor came within 9 votes of guessing the majority for the rmrotd 111 Richmond precinct aud within 12 volts of the mnjority in the county Also wit 111 u A voles cif the total vole cast in Richmond preciuot HI Ed J Shemshitjiuii of Turkey will lecture at Bruokstown school bouse tins county on Saturday ninlil May 19li 011 ConbtiintiHojMe aud it people their language literature customs tnjiiiiers civilizition religion bongs A mule On Monday night of last week a ladder was put up to the second story window at the residence of Mr Billy McCord near Boonesborough in tins county an upstairs room entered aud 30 in money taken from u purse in a Hunk The money belonged to Miss Annie Clay njouuglaily teach- Â¬ er occupying tlie room It is believed that the robbery was committed before bed lime The money consisted f a 2U bill and a Slu bill It luy beside a flue watch ami chain which were not disturbed Not even the members of air McCords family knew blie had the money and how any outsider knew of its presence why the watch and chain were not taken and why the robber was not discovered at the early hour he entered the room are profouud mysteries Club Election hlli and only eleven days obi a ou exhibition mi the tiere Monday It was tlie jtroperly of W J mid J t-Collins aud by Bourbon Chief I heir noted big jtek Il was pronounced the biggest coll I ever au Albeit iK li- - foil three feet eleven inches Ck JvlClilmmil d tiihiaua attend Uiiivtrn ilJ pret eHtrtl t college MHleti Phi Delta lheta a luiol oiiie banner embtuz Hied with to be in a more piosperous condition ever before Tlie election closed g d triune jiiiI uud eiirbo sed tliiin with a spread by the new President emblems of tlie Hiety It is hadi iwork of hi ooiisiii Mi Hitlie Cook Paris Keiiturkiaii Cilrcii Real Estate Transfers The fourth nuntial election of Madi Â¬ son Club was held on Saturdny night a liirgc number of the members being present President Bennett and Vice President Tailor ioth being absent Win Jeuniugs was called to the Chair J Stone Walker was elected President James W Ch pei ton Vice President French Upton Secretary J E Green leal Treaurer F B Crooke F B Orr E Tutl Biiruam M C Heath J C Morgan Directors The oflicers elected were all new ones never before having held any office In the Club ex cept Mr Walker who had been Treasurer and Mr Tipton who had been Secretary from the brgiiiniiiff The re jHirtol the Treasuier shoued the Club Â¬ Â¬ ael Connty Court Daj Z E Bush auctioneer reports good crjivd and fair Wsinef- - AIhiui 27o cattle on the maiket ami 225 of them sold at 2 to 3 cents Oue bull calf 50 Horses brought fair prices Assignment and Death The many friends and acquaintances of Mis s Kredrica Allison of Xeuia Ohm who Iihh seveml times visited here will be sorry to hear of her great misfortunes Her father made an as Hgti merit one day last week hii lia Â¬ bilities reaching half a million dollars and seriou ly involving ma 113- - of his friends That night be died bing a suflerer from heart trouble He held insurance jwlicies ou Ids life amount g to 35000 New Physician For tile past week the transfers of real estate iu Madtsnu couuty have been as hereunder ghen James A Asbuiy ami wife lo Sam uel Sucas 64 acres 875 Baxter Wells and wife to G A Hen dren 6 J acres S2i8 Joseph Lewis and others to Joseph Alexander 200 acre S130 Joseph Lewis aud others to R W Todd 50 acres 50 J B Frazier deed of partition to Owen Kinguer and Owen Staguer to J B Frazier joint deed Commissioner to J PTribble 122 7000 acre Xd M Harber to Richmond Hotel Company town lot 6 000 II H Vize to S D Parrish lot Â¬ S59S Total near 14000 Electric Light Display is estimated that at least five hun It dred people visited Bonanza Roller Mills in Richmond Saturday night that being tlie formal initial night of the Edison iucaudescent electric light system which lhe proprietors Messrs Co have adopted Formau Chenault for permanent use Twenty six globes each IG cimdle iniwcr or equal iu all to made the great four story 376 candle mill a blaze of light Tlie visitors went aud came at will aud viewed the mill from basement to roof inside aud out The crowd was delighted with the ex Â¬ hibition and a loaf of bread baked from flour ground iu tlie mill was giv Â¬ Mr M A King en every visitor representing Stuart fc Altenberger of Cincinnati who placed the plant iu the mill was present aud more llinu peaed with the success of the exhibit Tlie plant cost 500 and the proprh tore calculate that it will pay for itself in Ax mouths Â¬ Dr Waller R Ashe member of the wen known family of North Carolina and graduate of the metlical depart Â¬ ment ou the University of New York arrived in Richmond Inst wtek and has associated himself in practice witli Dr T J Taylor w lio has known lilm for some years Dr Ashe is an elegant gentleman has lmd the advautHges of tlie hoopitals of New York for several years A good practice to begin with the new firm will certainly do well Wool the town was flIUd with wool buy em and wool sellers oh Monday The price seemed to be 23 cents though It is said that a fraction above that figure w paid in a few instances for extra l Iu large quantities Wagpa Willnughby eold 1000 fleeces John DUoodioe 500 John D Harris 500 Kewlaud Jones Jr 350 and numer Â¬ ous other parties added to lie list ag gregating for the day more thau thirty thousand pounds Grand Commanderr- - Among the members ot Richmond Coraniandery who will attend tlie urand Commauderv at Mavsville to day are Sir Knights S H Stone D v Tnbble R C Stockton JM PoyUz D P Armer John Bennett J Speed Smith A Wilkes Smith J M RIddell J C Morgan William Bennett E D Ballard Ed Hester William E Hay Sir Knights MsKin- Hey aud Hulett ot Stanford came j through yesterday en route Coraelison Hllice Jucicp I Pleas Court igain fif llio niimmoii refused to release John J 0oruellson from the ML Sterling jail n a writ of habess corpus a writ was Worn Out Iwfnr Tiwlfm Pmilrn Turnpr f that city and tbat official likewise eu to release the prisoner There Â¬ upon Coriiellson filwl milt for ilimmrea If the sum of Snnnri nn r1nit f Vi ywingn fcheritT and his bondsmen T I- - June J G Trimble N H TriraUp am J W WIiIIh rlmriinir e iniprisonmeHt But Mr Conel- - Kill a wrlr of lialmna nirniM be- Kor Chaucellor Edwards r Louisville r Uornelisou is really wronged will have It judicially discovered uer or later He Is now lu ttie uuvillejail Wnre out ueems impatient aud last weeK Southern The Board of Direetors of the Louis- Â¬ ville Southern Railroad held their first meeting since the ricent election iu the general offices yesterday afternoon and settled the anxiously awaited ap- Â¬ pointment of a General Freight and Passenger Aagent of the road deciding ujion Mr A V Lafayette Secretary of the Board of Trade Maj J W Siue was re elected President and all the oilier oflicers held over Some surprise was manifested that Col Ben Â¬ nett H Young was uot chosen as the ohlef executive as it was pretty well understood that such was to be the case No other appointments will be made for some time but Mr Lafayette will assume his duties at once aud u ill appoint his own corps of assistants Freight rates and schedules will be at once made up and freight will be re Â¬ ceived over the roadon and after May 15 Mr Lafayette who thus Ukes the position of General Freight and PasÂ¬ was formerly in the senger Agen Louisville anil Naehvllle service and by many is said to be the most cmn petenf freight man In the city Willi his thorough knowledge of the South and all rates perjajliing lo Southern territory he fs peculiarly adapted lo tlie Louhvlile Southerns agency Courier JournaV Louisville McCreary lot iu Richmond Was built far back iu it day of which nobody knows anything Our oldest citizens recall that In 1832 or 33 It was occu- Â¬ pied by David McCord a cousin of Mr David McCord of the Brookstowu neighborhood this county as a black smithsliop He made axeshoesplowfi nails hinges aud many other essential products that could uot then be bought in tlie slorea Subsequently Mr Mc Â¬ Cord associated with him the late Ely Numbers Barnes the noted gunsmith of men learned lhe trade with tills firm Long the axe maker Wiilum BiggerstafT and brother William Bruce Durritt White Wm Shearer Joe Masters Thomas Ragsdalo and The latter went Chestnut filly half sister to Belvidere Henry O Harrlsou and Sir Dixon by Hindoo dam Jaconet to Texas and grew wealthy In those days Richmond was a mansister to Iroquois and Harold Labold ufacturing point There was Dooliu Bros 1500 Brown filly by Longfellow dam Sea the hatter John Lawrence the cabinet maker Roswell Brown tlie cabi- Â¬ Shell B J Treacy 1200 Bay filly by Imp Billet dam Cammie net maker Shackelfords nail factory and there were two woolen mill and F Bedford Steele 1600 a tannery and further back even Bay filiy by Imp Billet dam Juniata were Burnams use works But the Melbourne stables 1000 building in question is perhaps tlie last of the houses used in those days of Prof Tripps Historic Portraitures manufacturing Mr McCord went West invested assembled A fair audience at Madion Female Institute on Mon- Â¬ ills money in lauds mid grew wealthy day evening of lust week to hear the He was succeeded by Downey McCord first of Prof Tripps descriptive series a cousin who owned several colored on the latest great epochs of Freucli men who were blacksmiths and did aud European history with personal a large business He too removed to remluisences of the prominent actors Missouri locating nt Lexington Elias Barnes was born a hundred The subject of tlie opening lecture was years ago February 8th and died in Napoleon HI and bin times The lecturer began by tracing the influence 1881 November 0th aged therefore 93 of the Revolutionary writers of tlie years 9 mouths and 1 day He was born in Madison county His fattier 18th century through the American War for Independence the Freucli Elias Barnes Sr married a Mist Revolution of 17S0 the struggles of Turner sister to Thomas Turner father Napoleon with the Allied Powers the of the late Major 8 Turner They Restoration under Louis XXIII aud were married iu that portion of Mary hie successor Charles X the accession laud which h now the District of of Louis Philippe us the Citizen Columbia removed o Kentucky aud King1 aud hit abdication and flight in settled ou Tales Creek The senior 1818 Here the Professor gave a brief Barnes built a water mill signs of the He Imt vivid description of the great Paris nice of which are yet visible Febiuary and June also owned a distillery Gen Green Revolutions of 184S which he liim elf witneaed Clay hail taken up a vast tract of land piineipal part of the discourse that Included the laud of the renior The however was a picture quo delineation Barnes along with others and law One Cold morning the of tlio-- ailventuious Career ot Prince suits followed LouU Napoleon from his birth to the old hero of 1812 was riding along aud Imperial throne including his Iwo at- Â¬ came to the house of tlicsenior Barn s tempts upon tlie throne of Fiance at They talked a while iu front of the SlrHsburg and Bologur his imprison Â¬ house and the General espied an iron ment at Ham and escape aud his wedge whereupon lie said Barnes gient Coup d Eiat of December 1851 give me that wedge and Mr Barnes when he seized Imperial rule Pen said take It General and welcome pictures were interwoven of Napoleon The general seemed delighted and as the air was raw Barnes remarked that I the Empress Josephine Louis Bona some mighty good liquor he iraite King of Holland Horteus aud he iiad de-Â¬ had made himself several years before tlie Empress Eugenia A touching scription was given of the death of the and asked the General iu to take a late Priuc3 Imperial iu Zululand Tlie drink willi him After a short stay Barnes you nre present situation iu France was referred General Clay said u striking analysis made of tlie a good fellow give me a piece of pa to aud The paper was forthcoming immense difficulties of tlie French per re-Â¬ and the General wrote and signed a government iu giving solidity to public institutions beset on tlie one quietus to Baruess title and bade him hand with the Anarchists aud ou the a kind good bye The senior Barnes other with monarchical factions The had seven daughters and two sous above Is tlie mere outline of the com Tlie youngest daughter married a man piehensive production interspersed as named Saufonl and removed to Mis- Â¬ it was witli piquant anecdotes and in souri Her daughter married and re- Â¬ stiuctive episodes To be appreciat Â¬ moved to California accompanied by ed il mu t be heard The attention of lier brother John When Mrs Sanfords was held through husband had died aud her family the audience had left her and her eyesight was out gone she departed for California by Tlie second lecture on Tuesday eve- Â¬ way of New York with her son Wil- Â¬ ning on the Eastern Question to an in- Â¬ liam and was shipwrecked and Wil- Â¬ creased audience was even more in Â¬ liam was lost aud all tiieir valuables tensely Interesting tlun the previous went down But she was picked up lecture It was a subject of peculiar treatment at sea and sent onto her daughter in iulerest ami tlie Piofessors After a time they sent California was worthy of the subject In a pleas Â¬ John ha u ford back to Missouri to look ant satisfactory way the speaker the estate of William which he sketched the rise aud decline of the after accounts had accumulated iu trading across the Ottoman power giving vivid plains John aud a party were travel- Â¬ of the horrors which followed in the ing through Utah and went into wake of the Conquering Turk The camp for a season of rest While out phenomenal growth of Russia and her hunting alone a man shot John aud aggressive policy were described and robbed him His companions came discussed The relations of the various upon the man and hanged him Ho European powers to that vexed and claimed to be an emissary of Bringham imperfectly understood Eastern Ques- Â¬ Young tion was presented clearly and vividly Ellas Barnes the gunsmith and oc The strained relations of England aud cupnut of the shop described in the the plans and purposes and prospects of beginuiug of this article was a fine each were handled iu a masterly man- Â¬ workman Until recently oue of bis ner In apt language tlie speaker rifles belonged to Squire J H Powell great leaders who iu tlie pictured tlie and there was never a better one iu past and present hold the destinies of this couuty It was burned iu a lhe nations lu their hand- - TIir lect bouse out near where the Squire used urer referred to Prince Bisraark the to live Mr Barnes was also a splen- Â¬ arch mover on the chess board of did shot with a rifle and was greatly European politic and gave a warm admired by the late Abner G tribute to the present German Em- Â¬ Daniel a noted marksman He mar Â¬ The lecture peror Frederick III ried a sister of Joseph Turner for ioug olofied by a splendid delineation of the great battles of the Crimean war of years editor of the Farmers Chronicle own powers Mr Barnes when young joiued the 1854 5 Tlie speakers Baptist church at old stone meeting were reinforced by maps plans aud house but went oil with the Camp Â¬ eiig ravines bell reformation aud became an elder Tlie third and concluding lecture on He could nut read until he had been Thursdiy evening was pronounced the married sometime when he took up gem of the course but we have not the Bible and learned to spell then to the space for an extended report HN read in it and became well versed in theme was Maximilian in Mexico and the scriptures He and the late Col he followed the ill sturred Austrian a church DeJurnett finally and Lis French troops through their James own but it longbiilt disap- Â¬ since of their nam Kiigii of victories and defeats porMr Barnes uever used tobacpeared traying most graphically the exciting co and lock a drink only ou Christ scenes of that causeless war which ter- Â¬ mas morning He rode horseback to minated in tlie execution of Maximil Â¬ Missouri in 1821 the only lime he was ian and his two principle generals nt Prof ever out of the State He went lo of tire Mexicans the hands Missouri to visit relatives among Tripps account of the execution was oue Shade Barnes who removed them from a grand piece of word painting Maryland to North Carolina served iu Prof Trlnii referred to the great ills army iu the Revolution i advantage he labored under in deliver Washingtons removed thence to Madison county ing but three of a series of nine lectures Ky Iheiico to Missouri design td to be given together and it is Sam Barnes also came from North to be hoped that sone arrangements Carolina and settled in Madison couu- Â¬ llltt orp ty He wan soldier in the Revolu n knu tu rrtntio to flMilir was once captured ywt iu the series during the present month If tion rank of the enemy aud thus front possible before the Professor makes a made to receive the fire of bis former comrades flual departuc from Kentucky Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tlie sale at Runnymede Paris Ky May 5th was a great success forty two head bringing 52270 an average of S120S19 The brother ot Hanover brought SS200 the highest price ever obtained for a yearling Tlie twenty nine head of Billet aud Hindoo colts and fillies brought 41025 an average of about 1460 The Hindoo and Bil let colts alone averaged 53177 The following are the names of purchasers and prices above 51000 Bay colt by Hindoo dam Bourbon Belle Dwyer Bros S2oo Bay colt full brother to Blue Wing by Imp Billet dam Mundane Dwyer Bros 4500 Broun colt full brother to Jim Gore dam Katie Dyer Bros 3500 Chestnut colt by Hindoo dam Sun gleam Joe Swigert ft 100 Chestnut colt by Hindoo dam Franceses sister to Iroquois and Harold Dwyer Bros 2600 Bay colt brother to Viola Miss Pal- Â¬ mer and Buffalo by Imp Billet dam Belle Palmer Dwyer Bros 2000 Black colt Uy Hindoo br George Kinney dam Uproar Dwyer Bros 1200 Bay colt brother to Ilinda and half brother to Wayward and Mrs Chubbs by Hindoo dam Nannie McDowell Dwyer Bros 2000 Chestnut filly half sister to Raceland by Hindoo dam Caromcl Welboume Stables 2700 Bay filly sister to Bedford by Imp Billet Dam Vega full sister to Modesty and Blue Grass Belle Welboume Stables Â¬ Â¬ an Undated and Brlow postmarked at annliyhioiis tetter which self explauatory Louisville ml slve was received by a gentleman In IhN plnee If you want to indulge comply with in Mioviug the queer the directions In the letter but keep your eye picked Dear Sir Your name has been men Honed to me by a rend of yours and mine who speaks of 3011 as n man who can be relied upon to keep a secret which will guarantee you a fortune iu a short time To be brief I will state I manufacture and have lor sale a certain Hue of paper goods of tlie finest workmanship engraved on tlie best of paper aud so flue are they that iu many instances they have passed through our National Btuks the most expert Judges having pronounced them genuine If you wish to handle these goods answer by return mail to the address ou slip enclosed litis address will be only for two weeks from the time you receive Hie letter when you answer return this letter with your full Hume and iiddrrss aud I will then Trusting to send you full particulars your honor not to betray me I remain your true friend P S I will uot answer unless you return this letter and slip is glVeu BOUND TO 0O OF SHACKELFORD IL2oaa3Va0333 GEfflf JKIEJIO-TTTOEL-S- k CO II Mr P C Karr of Lexington was here cojrt day - Mrs Dr Taylor South Mrs r lias returned from the from J E Grecnleaf has returned the Sou tli Mrs J W Crawford is visiting relatives in Rockcastle Iron and LARGEST STOCK The Largest Hardware FurnishingAgriculand tural Stove House Tinware House in Richmond IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OP KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BBBN IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR 510 R IN THIS TOWN Â¬ Mr W B Dennis of Dayton O merly of this place was here Sunday for- Â¬ Mr Wallace Estill and wife or Fayette county visited relatives here this week Mr Joe Phelps and daughter Miss Nannie visited relatives here this week Mr and Mrs N W visited at Major C week CLOTHING Hats and Furnishing Goods Wilsonjf Missouri F Burnams last Mr J Tevis Wilkerson of Lexington was here on Monday and bought some horses Mrs W O RIddell of Wichita Kan- Â¬ sas is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs R P Fox Sr Brooks Treasurer of the State Pharmaceutical Association is in attendance on that body at Henderson Mr J C Neale and Wife formerly Miss Mollie Land of Jessamine visited Mr J E Cosby this county last week Miss Mary B Â¬ Dr J J Â¬ Care Lock Box 235 Jersey City N J J tiTAKK in Richmond We can not give you a house and lot or a gold watch and chain with every Suit or Hat as we dont ask you that extra profit but guarantee to give you more and better We keep constantly on hand a large stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE of all kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE- Â¬ RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of aH goods hi ether Kms that we handle Special attention given to furnbhtng Nails Hinges Bolts c for Tabaeca uarns We are the agents for the most celebrated Farming Implements and Machinery We call attention to a few that we keep and are agents for The Walter A Woods Twine Binders Reapers and Mowcra The Buckeye Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers The Celebrated Oliver Chilled Flows over 1500 of them having feces seM ky s They have no equal Meikel Steel Plows and Double Shovels None better James II Halts Steel Hill Side and Turning Plows The Celebrated Browns Walking and Riding Cultivators The Celebrated Big Injun Sulky Plow only hag to be seen to knew that k h the best in the market The Keystone Disk Harrow that h pronounced the bet use The Only Reliable Corn Planter Vandiver Retery Ask an wh have weed them At least 100 of them in use in the county The Evans Corn Drill the only one that has proved a perfeet success Have sold them for years The Celebrated Bell CUy Feed Cutter both for power and hand equal 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 FertMfaer and Chomical Css Fer tilizer that is pronounced the best in the United States Try it en eern tobacco potatoes and wheat in fact anything that grows Harris returned home The old brick stable that was torn on last Saturday after spending the winaWay u few days ago on the Dr ter at Frankfort and in Florida In The Long Ago Clothing Hats Furnishin I Goods con- Â¬ tou a Mr Phillip Pendleton attorney at law Eustice Florida son of President Pendleton of Bethany College is visiting here Â¬ Hon R C Hill passed through Rich- Â¬ mond yesterday on his way home at Beatty ville from the Legislature where he did good work Mrs J B Reed of Topeka Kansas who lias been visiting her parents here the past four months has gone home accompanied by her sister Miss Lucy than you ever got before for same money Owing to backward spring we have cluded to JSE 3 Taylor Mrs W M Irvine returned en last Wednesday from a visit to the family of Hon Ad White at Huntsville Alabama and Dr G C Greenway at Hot Springs Arkansas Rev II T Daniel and wife and her mother Mrs T S Ellis will leave to day for Richmond Va to be present at the Baptist Convention COT DOWN OUR STOCK which is larger than ever and in order to do so we will almost sell them at Ne - roBjsbly fy and y with tlr will ive tlie There old and resarip- - blood rannera ErjyWe keep a list of all Farming Implements that we sN and who buys tfccm and any one that wants to satisfy himself as regards satisctln that they give can ask parties using them I have or year pairing Dr W B Pigg of Berea is in Cincin cinnati attending the American Medical Association and will remain several weeks among the hospitals Heath and Jennings are delegates from the Richmond Academy of Medicine to the American Medi- Â¬ cal Association in session at Cincinnati Senator John Bennett Col J K Faulk- Â¬ ner this place Prof Dodge of Berea and W A Powell of Union City attended the State Republican Convention at Louisville Miss Lucia Burnam delightfully enter- Â¬ tained her Sunday school class on last Thursday night Wc should think the entire church would want to join her class after such royal treatment Mr James G Givens attorney at law Louisville was here last week He was in ancient times a student at Central University He had been up to the Three Forks seeking whom he might devour in Yonr Own Price 1 COME AND SEE THE kfjuar- Shop ARE DETERMINED TO KEEP GOODS FOR ILL y JFF t Bieb a Belle Son Drs Pqj ntz LARGEST STOCK FINEST GOODS NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PBICES ever named for same quality of goods at the oldest Clothing House in Richmond The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairy The Farmer can find all he wants under our roof Machinery Tnrr rhiihii I lames Hay forks Shovels Sic The Carpenter and Builder can find alt he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the only complete stock of Iim Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in tlie town We of course cant enumerate aH the goods we handle but ask aH to en ml and see for themselves the stock of goods we keep in our 127 foot store house They win find tkakee kea the Coaneil leapolia THBBE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only employ the Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic himself will most competent workmen give special attention to all work done in that line ROOKING GUTTERING RE- Â¬ PAIRING C as he has done in the past Our long experience in our business enables us to be weM up in it in the way f markets and buying our goods strictly for cafth enables us to buy at the bottom price and that benefit we give to our customer Dont forget that you can always Ibid the louest prices and the best goods at the old reliable house of Is7takiss fwrappec kKsaMaz jglnestat BLP3 4 sco 45- - JdataJI jars Jar fejKea- - tia J mi2 tf B STCUTFEB tatt at a real estate transaction Miss Florence Flora a captivating brunette of Richmond Ky who has been visiting Mi Mary Drown of Boone Aenue for several days returned home yesterday Winchc ter Democrat Â¬ First Street SHACKELFORD GENTRY mch2i tf CO- - 1 tsns bt uta It sHpals insedy Mr ie Qy Itre- aaianX Uppers 17 j els45- - - HALLS HOWS THIS We oiler Oue Hundred Dollars Re- Â¬ ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure Want an Elegant Tailor Made Suit cut and made to order after the latest and most approved fashions by experienced and thoroughly trained workmen out of the choicest and most fashionable goods ie lra i t of all and lie you flour as ride of eary F J CHENEYCOProprs Toledo Ohio Bos HI - Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Price 75 cents per bottle Brooks inter- Â¬ nally acting directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system J Sold by J apr25 lm for the iaglfelt use a leyeaa -- CATARRH CURE DO YOU WANT A READY MADE SUIT made especially for our trade by the best houses in the East according to the newest designs and out of reliable and stylish material bead-wy reserip- - do not are Groeer 4417 X nVnvO tVWtX -- and Neuralgic ptins We guarantee it Sold by W G White Prescription Druggist Blood Elixir is tie only Blood Remedy guaran Â¬ teed It is a positive care for Ulcers Erup Â¬ tions or Syphilitic Poisoning It purifies the whole system and banishes all Rheumatio c 0 IMtiiv IDO OTJ WJLZtSTT -- Oil ana An Elegant Summer Goat and Vest Mens Kangaroo Shoes for tender feet Or a Pair of Handsome Odd Pants at Jack Freemans Patronize J J Brooks the druggist aprl8 3t trimming Front Ladles wishing lhe latest styles in Green will visit the i mtr- - made to order or ready made 1 apr4 tf Do you want something ELEGANT DUEABLE and SEASONABLE in Colic Teethlnj Pains or Stomach Disorders xan be relieved at once try tuing Acker Bby Soother It contains bo Opiara or Morphine hence is safe Price 25 cents Sold by Sold by W G White Prescription Windy VAoa tint are fretful peevish XlXSV tns3t or troubled with GENTS 1 FURNISHING GOODS - Druggist Among the Northern Lakes of Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa Mis- Â¬ souri and Dakota are hundreds of de- Â¬ lightful places where oue can pass the summer months iu quiet rest nud enjoyment and return home at the end of the heated term completely rejuven- Â¬ ated Each recurring season brings to Waukesha Beaver Ocouomowoc Dam Frontenoc Okoboji Hotel St Louis Lake Miuuelouka White Bear and innumerable Excelsior Springs other cnarmlng localities witli ro mantic names thousands of our best people whoso winter homes are on either side of Mason and Dixons Hue Elegance and comfort at a moderate A list of cost can lie readily obtained summer homes with all necessary in formation pertaining thereto is being distributed by tlie Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway aud will be sent free upon application by letter to A V General Passenger Carpenter H may22m Agent Milwaukee Wis Â¬ Â¬ Do you want the most DELIGHTEUL UNDERWEAK from a WELL BEGTJLATED Do you want anything eG rt Js J t7 3L f1 DO YOU WANT AN EXQUISIT DO YOTJ WANT ANY If anyhow you do TEAW HAT KIND OF A HAT call and see us f5 GALL AND SEE US If you do not Respectfully ill flrMAL Best uncanvassed Sugar Cured Hams and Breakfast Bacon cant be beat at W apwytf M Blounts First Street COVINGTON t MITCHELL ten cAfeaa SnHHHuBln5LflHHHHnaB9HBBHsMKnMBBHflHL fR JC5-JtiJSy- - i5a Hi FORTY THIRD ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE - DIAMOND COLLECTIONS Xadtes Who Consider Precious Stones Safest Form of Investment rACTS th FOR f ARMERS Professional Cards AWiliccs Smith D D S mricn coiul 1 FROM b THE f WO STALLICNS 7 -- 11 il if v i t I I Wealthy men ia society have adopted seaietaiBg new ia Ike way of gifts fir These are as tfceic larainine relatives sabsteatial as bnk aotos or stocks whereas ia beauty they are as artistic as any that oonM be designed They have takes the ferm of precious stones and sore parUcaUrly diamonds Be coatiy I ws shown a celleetioa of un Â¬ set diamonds which a wealthy society lady had received from her husband who is a prominent physician in tills city There were thirty ia the collec- Â¬ tion aad they represented New Year and birthday gifte They varied in sUe from oae carat to five carats aad were of the purest water As the lady unrolled then in their chamois cover- Â¬ ing they Uaxed like so many little olectrie lights My husband site said believes ia giving e seek preaeaU as will re- Â¬ tain their valae aad ia eace of need can always be disposed of Ia this queer world of oars where fortunes rise and fall when least expected saeh a collection as this is always a subÂ¬ stantial thing to rely upon Of coarse be could hare --ire we real estate or stocks or baads or many other sub-Â¬ stantial aad valuable presents bat all of these are liable to aaotaate ia val- Â¬ ve whereas diamonds especially whea sot set are as valuable years afte they have been parchased as they were at first My husband has a writ- Â¬ ten caaraatee from the jeweler for each diaaaoad that he has bought for me ia which the jeweler agrees to pay ninety per cent of their cost at any time that we wish ti dispose of them Diamond according to the leading jewelers make one of the safest forms They sever lose ia of investment valae eves whea they are ivora A guarantee is given with them to as- Â¬ sure the eaetomer that hehas not paid too much for them There are very few kinds of property either personal or reaL that a man caa say as mack f r In every ease diamonds caa be sold for eighty per eeat at the very least of what was paid for them It k only recently that wealthy people have learned this fact It k getting to be the thing row whea wealthy ladies call upon oaek other for the hostess to fhow her goeste the progress of her colleetioa The gems are discussed criticised and fondled The fair ladies are getting to be thorough critics ia the matter of diamonds aad could give points to many jewelers Tbey have learned to judge their values at a glance aad take a great deal of pride in their col- Â¬ lections The ladr who can shew the largest aad the purest jewels k the envy of all her friends I am told that parties where mea are excluded are frequently gttea up for the purpose of comparing oolleetioBS Each guest brings hers along After the usual salutations they gather ia the library and each brings oat her little ease Swapping is sometimes in- Â¬ dulged in aad the trading is carried on with as much keen Bees aad shrewd Â¬ ness as the husbands or fathers display in their owa business dealings The desire of the ladies k to get a collection ia which the diamonds shall harmonise in purity and also ia size They are spread out oa white cotton iu the same manner affected by jewelers ia their display of preekttis stones Some of the collections are very valuable and several New York women are reputed to have received several hundred thousands of dollars in this form The diamonds are kept ia cases of lieaatiful aad elaborate design Kearly every ladr has a private sale ia which to lock them Some however who are more timid and have a wholesome fear of burglars keep their diamonds ia safe deposit vaults whenee tbey are takea only when occasion require Among the owners of theoe eollec tin are some of the best known aad niost prominent society women The ladies of the Vanderbilt aad Astor families are knows to have large eol Irioae as i also Mrs Kdmoat As lunch a pos ible lh- - ladies keep the Mionledsre of their collections from he general pililic for fear of being liiiceremoaioodv relieved of them by A Y Oar rkiUdeipki Frets thieve OnlJ rmore than anv other one ciHsc oheeks the produclion of eggs Let the horso have some exercise daily if you woald keep him iu health Pretty soon the oceapation oi taking the ball by the horns will ba among the things only la history I give the Less plenty of niik warmed aad thickened with moal oi I bran says one who gets eggs s Spinach k one of the early greens An application of a very fine manure will bastea tbem and give a largei crop I Serapiag off the loose bark from ioW apple trees exposes the larrsa o coddling moths etc to destruction and ia thk respect at least is bon- leSeiaL Do not keep different breeds o sheep together When mixed tho re- suit will be that all will come shert ol their highest possible results i The corn crop of last year amounted to 14S6000000 bushels The whoat 46 000000 valued at crop was 4oe0C0000 bushels worth 08000000 j The ground for spring wheat oan not be prepared too early and it should be not only deeply plowed but harrowed until the seed bed shall be r as fine as the soil can be made I Every farmer should bear in mind the fact that superiority of crops dc Ipeads ia a great degree on the good qualities of seeds and be should therefore try to get the very best even if the cost be considerably j greater Mutual Benefit LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF Old Reliable le J OFFICEs Main street two doors June22 tf above tiecoud BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route C MORGAN DDS Main street over Madi iOFFICE Bank Blchmond Ky Â¬ son National June 22 tf North CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS MOIT WlM BLUGHER winter DR J M POYNTZ East West and Southwest FAST XiXfcTE BETWEEX STANDARD BURGEON AND PHY8ICIAN Second street next to OFFICE june22tf Whites Drug Store IJOHN WILKES of McKee make the season of 88 at the stab Trajmor miles frril Richotond o the Irrine turnpue A mont BhtcherwiH stand at I25 tj mUre a Kving eott awljolmWUlies at j cah witti tMl prlvitege of return ir Sy parted wkh mare k Aimont Blucher Standard record track j a 4 349 trial on slow X Rjfl brother to rirst CaU 22 Almcnt Btucher is a teal brow toale i May 20th 1880 has one white foot l i and one in front 15 X hands hh a i weighs iioo poaMk when in btij crj Sired bjr Athlete sire of first Ci tioo znvii Isaac G saS Athel 3 rear 235 Athlooe 3 year old 236 Mdbe v year old 246 Geneva Maid 3 jcar cJ 340 May Josephine 4 yearoM 2 4 0 and Many others that are first cart Athlete by Almoot 33 by AVxandr Abdallah 15 by RysdyVs Ilamtlton an Lexington and Cincinnati Schedule in Effect Jan 20th SOOTH BOUND Tve Covlneton Lve Falmouth Lve Cynthlaua Arr runs Arr Lexington Lve Parts Arr Winchester Arr Richmond Arr Lancaster Arr Stanford Lve Htclimond Arr lterea No 2 Ex Sun No 4 Dally 835 pra 1838 tj T0TAL PREMIUMS to January 1st 1888 11649263599 3m jL a Of this sum there lias already For Policy Claims For Surrendered Policies For Dividends been returned to Policyholders SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN 10853800 70 428 per cent OFFICE Hecond street 12656409 62 110 jane22tf 34828813 69 299 837 percent 507539084 In Medicine ami Surgery RICHMOND KY 18953551 98 OFFICE Second streetover Dykes juue22t Grocery Store 01 G W EVANS M D ExiflB xoo No S nt Total DR T J TAYLOR bxoj a 80 B Practitioner nu5 a -- Gall and Priee Leaving still in the Companys possession The Companys investments have yielded sufficient returns to pay all Expenses and Taxes and still to add to the Policy Â¬ holders fund for the fulfillment of existing contracts i Total Assets January 1 1888 Market Valu- s Surplus by New York and Massachusetts Standard Actuaries 4 per cent Reserve and Market Value of Assets Surplus by former New York Standard discontinued tills year - 1150 1235 at pi 23157681 35 42111233 33 3277177 70 5623762 76 DR JOHN M FOSTER Residence ut Willis House June 22 tf rxo pi yiopi 00 pi V20 pm yja pm pQ 430 pm lC5t pro 51a ps pm ew pm pm wys ic5P tans pm SOU4 yjt pa ny jo 7P Nm MAIN STREET Door to Luxnns Up Stairs Arr LivlnsktOB fit P NoS 00 10C35 5P pm No ti KOBTn BOUNI Lve lterea- Arr Klehinomi Lve Livingston No 1 Losses Paid in Kentucky over 2000000 00 The use of oatmeal as food for hn maa beings k extending in this coun- Itry Fifty years ago there wa3 not a bushel of oat 3 used for any other pur i pose than horse feed ia the United States Xow there are mills owned and rna by millionaires in many Stales which are exclusively em Â¬ ployed in making oatmeal lor diet for men and women Empty all troughs and drinking vessek every night in order to pre- vent accumulations of ies ia them It k mneh easier to do this than to cnop j out the ice in the morning ia order to water the stock lee water k not oon dueive to the thrift of the animals in water and the troughs should there- fore be kept as free from ice as possi- Â¬ ble fed Cotton seed economically would furnish abundance of muscle to work ev ery acre of the cotton crop lt might be used with hay corn fodder rye ok theat or pea straw Ten pounds of well -- prepare I cotton seed meal with tftoen pounds oi straw or corn fodder would make an exeeleHt daily ration for an ordinary horse or mule This however should be changed occasionally for other grain so as to give a variety of food j GOODS -- IT HAS THE LARGEST BUSINESS IN KENTUCKY A -- WE ARK- - SB LLIN G All Policies Incontestible after two 2 years except for fraud No restrictions on travel or occupation after two 2 years FORD KY AH Policies nou forfeiting alter two payments Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the afreserve value loaned on policies as collateral se- Â¬ Fifty 50 per cent of tbe ternoon curity where valid assignments can be made juo22tf Losses paid immediately on completion of proofs without waiting the usual sixty or ninety duys W T SEXSMITH M D Iu economy of Management Largeness of Dividends Liberality of Policy PHYSICIAN AND SDKGEON and Absolute Non Forfeiture It Is excelled by no other Company WHITE HALL KY It does what it says furnishes the most insurance for the least money S For auy additional information apply to Offers his professional services to the augt7 ivr public VJUS AGES Offers ills professional services to tbe public nnif In drutr store on lower Main jaly27 ly Sireet Richmond Ky DR PHIL ROBERTS ami a Arr Lve b tan font Lve Lancaster IHchmond- - DR U C AMBROSE Lve Richmond Arr Winchester Arr Pans 730 am 810 as zxoo aa 130 pi 235 pi to 4S am 3Bco Lve Iexlngtm Lve Faris Lve Cyntlilnna Lve Falmouth Arr Covington 3S P yoo pc 340 p 406 pz 451 P o pi PS Stwam pm ic3 35 839 am 430 pm am m PSPn MAYSVILLE NORTH BOUND Lve Covington Lexington Pris Arr Mlllersburg Carlisle Johnson Mttysvlile BRANCH No II No 9 Tlallv nallv Ex San Ex Sun 735 ara 835 am CO State SMITEC W 342 West Main Street Louisville KyAgents J Speed Smith - C S Powell Agents apr25 4t RICHMOND KENTUCKY It DR T J FAIN K51 am 916 am xoio am W5 sao pm P S C47pm Kit pm 705 pm 740 pm No Daily UNION CITY KY SOOTH BOUND Offers his professional services to the public Lve JIaysville Parrishs Office at Powell Johnson Carlisle Aug 17 tf Jllllcrsbarc Arr rans-MC BxSun Ex Sun a ikjo pm am Pm 319 pm pm j4ara mj pm 815 a m 310 pm am 915 1135 a ra 6tco pm C 6C3o No 1 Dally li 734 am iS o o 3 mi J C Heath HEATH J F Cornelisok C0RNELIS0N LexlDcton Covington Practicing Physicians lie Clotliieri AT McKEES OLD STAND KENTUCKY RICHMOND offer their professional services 10 the 4Janly public ar- Â¬ 15 leaves Lexington Soo p m rives Paris 842 p m No 8 leaves Covington 450 p m arrives Falmouth 650 p m No 7 leaves Falmouth 600 a ro arrives Covington 800 a m No Â¬ Kanat Farmer LYTER Cor As aa example of what some men can do with an acre of land by judi cious management and the skillful application of chemical manures wo learn that a Scotch farmer recently harvested a crop of green top Swedish turnips which weighed over fifty tons per acre But this record is out stripped by another Scotch farmer who has a crop of turnips calculated to average eighty tons per acre the roots of good shape and weighing from sixteen tc seventeen pounds Â¬ apr8tf Next door to Garnett House First and Main Streets - - Richmond Ky SrfSSarfHl S3sS aEai tSSituMHu uSSai tfsa Daily Except Sunday NOTE Trains 3 nnd i aro daily between DR GILES HARRIS Winchester Lexington and Cincinnati other trains are dally except Sunday Direct connection Is made at Winchester WACO KY with Chesapeake and Ohio for ait Sterling to the Ashland Huntington Charleston W Va Offers his professional services and Eastern Cities jau4tf public FAST LINE Nos 3 and 4 run via Wln chester8olId Trains with Pullman Sleeplug Cars between Cincinnati and Richmond Va and Winchester and Washington D C DR S M TltrooKh Tickets and Ilncgnge Checked to any destination reached by a railroad PHY8ICIAN AND 6UROEON For full particulars address or call on any agent of the Company or KENTUCKY RICHMOND E H BACON 8 F B MORSE Jen Possr Agf- Trav PassV Agt Office on First Street Janly Covington Ky Lexington Ky H E HUNTINGTON FBCARR Agt Genl ManRxer Richmond Ky MD H General Offices Covington Ky LETCHER W BRIGHT PHYSICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street next doorto White Drug Store Special attention given to Microscop- Â¬ ical and Chemical examinations of tissues aud fluids of the human body Farmers Review EARLY TOMATOES An BxpwIcaeoU Market Gardener Tolls IIwtt to 1roduee Them I3IJLTS GEHTS CAPS TRUNKS SMgfefoMtWnirJajairfalrlHB CUBES WHEBE ALL USE FAILS BeatCousaSjTnp Tastes good Use uimae boui Dramcioats rcraiggiisiaiMBa I believe Pisoa Cnro for Consumption saved my life A H Do well Editor Enquirer Eden ton N C April 23 1SS7 Ahnont Blttchers istd m Ladv Buch- by Richards dam of Firet CaH 221 BeWbunder No 63 and sire of Wc ten and the dams of ten 230 trovers Gill Lady Bhtcher is a remarkable speed proShe has produced sevm f ii ducer and all of them show a high rate of ed but two have had a days trainirg w a very fiwt road mare herself lit- Richards Retrfownder by Hun er ri by Bhtcher by Duroc Blucher va- - o ji Young Millers Darcsd by Hambletoiaa by Messenger Aimont Btechcrs 2nd dam PuIKv Vermont Boy son of Hills Blacl Hj Lancet 2 sire of Ethan Alien 2 Young- America 2123 etc 3rd dara a thoroughbred Aimont Blucher k a very handsome and perfect horse promises to be a sire otf e and speed his produce are large ir J f -- n with perfect legs and feet an j sl w a e turn of speed with excellent disfosrs Three of Bhtcbers produce have beer worked some Kttle for speed Speedror Tickler and the West filly Al of cm could beat 3 minutes in their 2 jear old form and were handled very Iglr at yearlings and Speedmont coud O - 2 mile in 115 wkh ease the other tiro wt t their mile in 2112 and 43 and Ticklir r or Soo cash Others of his prcc -d good alt of which are from conn 7 mares Almost Blucher has t races and never lost a heat with - n d He is a 3 months training his colts as well as his breeding a he will transmit tbe saire qi it J- - r sire Athlete transmits spec Lady Bhtcher transmits speed At 33 his grand sire transmits speel h g sire Alexanders Abdallah tia i n speed his g g g sire Rysd Its ln tontan transmits speed so there U n a missing link Aimont Bhtcher is a show horse as weI as a trotter having been shm n e t times and got six 1st premiums a- - J i 37 - s4t b- fi c- -- twice Ia locking over your paper I see maay interesting articles oa a variety of horticultural subjects I have been ia the market gardening business for some years ami am greatly interested in any improved methods of carrying it on There is one plan for getting tomatoes into market early that I have never seen pnblslicd and I thought 1 would give it to your readers if you care to irint H It is not exactly a new way either hut is a great improve Â¬ UG GOODS WES JGMIS- WXLKES with rpL1st dam b Ma linden by Mambrino Patchen the s re c 1 tiiirty two sons and the sire of thtrtperformers and his mares have Fro r twenty five performers m 230 or and sire from 215 to 2i9x4 S Mambrino Patchen have sired fie By Red Witkes from 216 to 230 - PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law RICHMOND KY Special attention given tn abstracting titleH to lauds in Eastern Kentucky Office in Climax building S E Comer Main and Second Streets up June 2 2 tf stairs sireof 13 Umbrellas Walking Caneg nt ar- ment on the ohl way with pots It is thk When going home from the city market during the summer I general- Â¬ ly drive out an alley and oan almost always pick up a wagon load of tin NABOBS AT DINNER cans before I get out of town mostly of the siaes ia which corn and tomatoes ItiehMeaEo-Jag- WIteMrMteCMiryE are packed These I throw down in hi the IAhk ttt ItetoMes some place until I have Jay Could employs a Preach eoofc v ho has catered to his appetite for sev- Â¬ gathered together as many as I need eral years Mr Gmld is not an epi Â¬ During the winter when not very cure mock less a gourmand aad his busy we build a fire between two chef is not obliged to invent palatable logs and whea we have a good bod iiovelties Before breakfast be eats an of coals throw on a bushel or so of orange as an appetiser His morning cans In aa incredibly short time tho repast usuallv consists of a porterÂ¬ tops and bottoms drop off and tho house steak a plain egg omiet hot sides jxip open and with a long stick rolls and black coffee Deviled crabs we toss them out The operation is fr qooatly form a not unimportant then repeated and so on till all the item of his lunch Dinner k hk prin- Â¬ cans are opn Some fine broom wire cipal meal This waly comprises is then rocurcd aid cut with nippers h vea eour s II i drinks claret very into pieces just loag enough so that sparingly aad teldom touches any whea the ends arj hooked aad fast-Â¬ ened together they will each make a other wi ie KosncII Sage k very abstemious loop of the proper size to cover a oan II s morning repast onanists of a bowl The sides of the can should be lapped of oatmeal and milk white bread and about three quarters of an inch Tho t a He lurches on crullers and ap Â¬ natural spring of the can will hold ples At dinner he nibbles a eat of the wire oa The cans are all pre- Â¬ fresh Ash roast mutton or beef aad pared in the same way aid stored in concludes with a ingle banana aad a some old shed till wanted in the dish of plain ptdding spring About three months before it Cyrus W Fed k a great enter aad k safe to set plants in the open ground high liver too but bis breakfast k we make a hot bed ami sow the seed t iinj4 Without plenty if milk to In about sx weeks the plants will bo drink life would muck of its three or f mr inches high whon a charm and if deprirel of fruit he milder hot --boil k made and the would seem alone in the world He cans set iu as thick as they k iurfmod to eouvtviat ty and often will stand and lilrd with rich solL has friends with hin to lurch that k Into each of these cans one plant is a five eoars affair ia which broiled sot aad allowed to grow four or five chicken and a bo lie of Burgundy al weeks until they begin to crowd vars find a lace He k partial to whea they should be separated so as toast Ijet At dinner he generally to hare plenty f room and let stand calls for mock torib of which he k until sate tt plant out Whon tho ground k marked oft take a spade particularly fond D O Milk k a lev r of venison and throw out a spa leful of soli where ErastMS Wyman has a craving for each plant is to grow If a little moose meat and Austin C rWn dotes boas dust or other fertilizer is mixed oa ummoI chicken Cor in alt tho better Cbioaao Journal NowHftthe plant can soil and all and set In b xe convenient to handle Men Judged by Their Dress haul to the field set caa and all into the hole so that when the soil is drawn Men may also from motives of poliÂ¬ ia the surface will be about an inch cy adopt a superior style of dross higher than the can Cut the wire Tbey jndg oae another verr much by with a nipper aad lift off the can this will leave the roots absolutely undis Â¬ attire That most aoate observer Cbesterfioid hs loU a that a well turbed Hue in the soil and tho work dresscl tcau by means of hk good k done Plants so set will never wilt olothcs imives men mueh more It k a good plan to wet the roots ivoll than b djci wm in L fe k a strug- Â¬ before lifting from the bed In this gle V mnke nay for a mccossful way I hare often made a good thing man hi- - s in olden times they made offaa aore of plants before others have way for the rami iu armo- A great deal depends U br a any to sell inati pcixtna npnetrmcc lliat the however oa the soed you sow Oer Chicago ale -- Ocean vorM to coiisid rabie igrec judges of hi sneers Tuetv is iierhajH no country in whctt men aro so much Resuscitating the Frozen judgfl by their upiieartiu c as in this No one ha a title or a family to fall Some recent experiments on the re- Â¬ back ujion and there aro few other suscitation f the frosen upset the pap Â¬ thiiirB by which to form a jxlguient ular theory and praetlee of treatment Jbucrir iu Uagaziae Even the medical profession as a rule teaches that frozen persons should be The continued progress la the ex restored very gradually and that tho ortaii hi of I alian prou has in- Â¬ temperature of the room and applica- Â¬ duce Sgnnr Grintahli the I nliait Min Â¬ tions should be quite low at first ister f Commerce to give seriou at Prof Laptschinski frose six y dogs teattoti to the s auikhinent of a into a condition of completely susÂ¬ colonial trust bank which will pended animation twemy of those soon hs loundwl under the were treated by the usual method oi suspires of the Kaioual B nk of Italy gradual resuelUtkffl Ib a ookl room Sigaoi Griiloti the Italian Minut r of and of these fourteen perished twonty Cjuunerec intends to found Italian were treated ia a warm apartment chambers of commerce ia the princi Â¬ and eigiit of those died while of tjio pal cities of the United Slates to facili Â¬ remaining twenty which were put at tate the commercial reiatuBs betweea once in a hot hath nil recovered CMesge Hews the two couatries ay -- How Oan That Be -- A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats e Handkerchiefs Hosiery A variety of Gloves WELL COME TO- - H J Strangs Louisville Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Store- - 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 npr 18 tf Attorney at Jaw7 RICHMOND KENTUCKY 11am E T BURNAM A Tho best Cough Medi- Â¬ cine is Pisos Cube fob Consumption Children take it without objection By all druggists 25c 1 BcstCongh WHERE ill fISF FUIS Syrup Tutesgood Uso CURES OFFICE with C F on First Street R Kur June 22 ti 2tiL3rami397rlVSl riijffM Attorney at Law RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE on First street same as formerly occupied by Couuty Judge Miller oct6 J A SULLIVAN raar7 6m 2 of Silveron 219 Charley P El two years 233 Lennie two c 233 Orpliia 227 Lulu Patchen years 237 Dynamite 2 2S - ee c- Second dam by Gt is U 229 rcont son of Bonner Boy iJ1 a the dams of the King 2294Gim e u Wilkes 226 and a number of othei s John Wilkes is 16 hands high a hex ful bay with tw o white feet behind u-heavy mane and tail aad as a she w hore has taken premiums at RichrronJ s Louis and every place where he was AND WE WILL SHOW YOTJ ly le Usually when the season is advanced we cut the prices on everything in our stock in August in order to reduce same and get all the money we can This year we decided not to wait until August but commence in May and give our customers an opportunity early in the season to supply Â¬ Â¬ This is the Mode of Making it So Attorney at 3uaw RICHMOND Office on Second T J SCOTT KY Street June 22 tf CS BEsfWAf To get a FUtt ClassWatili Is in ccr CoCpcrctivo Cbtte Attorney atKYZaaw POWELL SgHorses handled at reasonable a flrst clas3 round trip ticket price but no responsibility for accidents good lor 00 days with stop over privilesss can or escapes be obtained from St-- Paul to Great Falls Mon- Â¬ tana the coming manufacturing centre of the mart43m McKEETRAYNOR northwest iniJi A Only5000 BaintPaulBfi to Helena andnturnB APJ fTflSM Similar ro ff dfroia points dnetlonsBfJ tuiivAt east and south Bates corresponding as low will be named to points in Minnesota and Dakota or upon Puget Sound and the Podge Coast For further particulars address H K Tapper District Passeitcec Agi nt 23 J Sooth AT THE Clark Street Chicago DA or C H Wuuuct For 5iTXO LOW TOURIST RATES shown FOUND m grocery OF General Passenger Agent t-- Paul Minn II BUTf tire ih liillbttbS AS TSZ LOWEST CASH PRIS Wim Attorney at themselves at has revolutionized the world during tbe last ItlCHMOND ITIOH half century Not least amort thn wonders nt Office on Second Street June 22 tf Inventive progress Is a method and system of work that can be performed nil over the country without noparatlux the workers AJ from thir homes Pay liberal any one eau do the work either sex young or ok no special ability require Capital not needed you are started free Cut tlm out and return Will practice iu Madlon and adjoining to us and we will send yon free Eon eiliing of great value and Importance to you that counties anu in the Court or Appeal will fctart you in business which will brlns Master Oimmissiouers you in more money right away tliau any- Â¬ Office In thing else in the world Grand outfit free office over Circuit Clerks office Add cs3 True Co Augusta Maine June 22 tf nov 30 lv mw REED Xaaw DY KES ON REDUCED PRICES m Everything in our house has been reduced and the prices we make will not let our stock remain long therefore it will be to your interest to come early as our stock never was in better condition than now Thousands or the best son Sold Wnteh ever niado an v Ing iu our Co operative Clubs This is tho list Ctftpait Jtott Cirrf end onto co opcrat Ire Sjtar cf tcMrv vrnt h Thevrotehes arc Amuricac Ivcr Str n r ir- conUinins evey esxatial to iiofcnd Itamppivxt made tn tho World and tro throughout Trfth UUXUZZi JZUVIUi Jciltv The Fntmt Stem II i nd andSttis the arongest end draplcst made XZletf era fiU y tqual appearance accurac durability anil terrier to any S7S lFatcJi Oureo openrtireClubSrJtcra onngs them irithla the reach of c crv one lioo-mr-ut- lata W North Second Street A full nnd aampiete stock of Bonds oliity end heve Li uMJio 1 cumaruu Improvements found In no other vrctch boluciy thccaly arciirary cdi Ciiri ii Tin yen The Bonds issued in payment of sub- Â¬ scription of Madison 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 m la 10HK1JM tfI - THJ 1 V i 6 71 5 - Wr I1 71s feasts a Slli IwlB 11 1 19 FA fr L DOUGLAS FOR GENTLEMEN tf CD -- CHENAULTCom irdfdti3 UlnilH 1 as 4 ijra ODICCCi Will a IS H 15 IS 17 H l3a21SS21tSl 61 71 - 1 S si a 41 i IIs4 tlrit I iifsaac I2BU3 kfii 20 I- 1S17 L19TI pesna H939Mh 11 S T Si 4 9 111 niu 31 sTsir STAPLfe AND FANCY U 14 7s GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned Goods Green and Dried Fruit IS W 12a lUtW 2021 LS1KI7 1 51 m 2 S 4 ft 1 T t ta the KEYSTONE EVmYTHING ments mW -- aad HtESH Â¬ and complete in all the various depart- i I August prices in May for Dry Goods of all kinds August prices in May for Clothing of all kinds M3c August prices in May for Boots and Shoes of all kinds August prices in May for Hats of all ASSIGNEES kinds August prices in May for any thing in our house SCOME EAELY and secure the BARGAINS at The onlv fine call 3 Seamless Shoe in Uil s 0 11 11 the world made without tacks or nails tl t in II 13 II 13 II 17 As stylish and durable as tlifse costing AGENTS V7eTtMrtXm i uwcajiat KY 21 5 213 s cwcicracr IWAKTEL ear5 or 6 and havingno taclco or nails Jet f7l3S2J30 Clufca roastnuy Fornix the stocking or hurt the feet makes ijlillItI s is9 Ctc U a oU7 Ia S u rXMiitu Uaw aad Sivo Hozey them as comfortable and well fitting as a Joia laiiiistruu iTfmioVSftifn i rs lrnnnait s hand sewed shoe Buy the best None HVC ACtftClEO IN EVtRV lKGr ClT ptsi7es3ao lata VWC WANT ACttlTS CVErtYVVHCrjC Tho Largest and Finest Hotel genuine unless stamped on bottom W mch iA m L Douglas 3 Shoe warranted in tbe city W L DOUGLAS 4 SHOE the original IJ Rewarded are those who read and only hand sewed welt 4 shoe which ins anu men act utey will to 4 Day nn nivin cnLFmtVTEn female pov equals custom made shoes costing from 6 And honorable employment Uil ulA 0 unutnliud atway rfrxinl LMd by 1MS9 inwrtttl to 9 thetr Homes and families The rroflia are OnnntMl mhw lm r to attach According to rooms EmtbK or eori retiindad Seat ky nM L rutio W L DOUGLAS 250 SHOE is unex wnicnuu ure now umirig several bunderd uiiretc SrXKXXXiKuoiitStBoMeiiMus dollars a month Ills amy for any one to celled for lieavy weur per day who willTurkish and ilussian Butlts in raalrejaand upwards sex yotiu or hlis oanl Â¬ ing to work Either W L DOUGLAS 2 SHOE is ivonr by Ufa of HEKRY WARD BEECHER tal not needed we start you Everythlns all Bojs and is the best school 6hoe in Hotel ly IftMtTateiltBittBjr Ids W tnm M blrffito his now Jiu special ability required you V death ITkttoaDoau- Xxprcasaf prepaid the world render can do it as well na any one writ ocl26 ly CMOS BOOK CO to u at once for fall portionlaiT which wa All the above goods are made in Con Station a Urooklyn NV-mail free Address Siroson Co Portland gress Button and Lace and if not sold Maine apli 6m novMly by your dealer write W L DOUGLAS L rucKtou jiass JACK FREEMAN Agent Richmond Ky W OLBB GO OSG Ctieitnul St P O Box K PUIia P WTGH 3 Shoe GALT - EfltJSE ij rs3rtJrl 1945 aaa4ssssa iiKnnnn lsJisniiJtsjoa 7 iei7isiafcou raitasastej -3B1 OrtJ xi 3 71 IV 1 sUieiiTijiji QA sj 44 4 51 - Sor fa 3atiL 1 1 9 J - Tf XV tow-- LOUISVILLE llii aiaasias and plenty of every thing in my line This house is Rates25o Per aUttLl IMy r Bus Ott A Â¬ Strictly PASH Basis As Af siRnee of W T Edward I am closing put at cost the stocl of Groce- Â¬ ries QiNfeiiswareand Tinware on First Street in Rlulnnoml maj-2-2- t C H PIGG m febi 6m GRASS AND FIELD Notice of Dissolution nrn SEE IDS BUILDERS -- The best goods are kept and sold on ery close margin for cash- AND mrv A rnTTTe TTOrSE JL A H J STKENGS Mammoth kouisyille Store Notice is hereby oiven Ih tt tho nrtn ship heretotore exwting lctween J S Col- Â¬ lins and T C Framntnn in Hi nA ReaT Buildings JDuscRirnox organ business under the firm name and tvl Of Collins Framntnn uuuiiivn guaranteed The C T St L 4 Q Ky- - sell through A farm of 106 acres 41 miles from dissolved by mutual consent Estimates wade fjee of on xne Lancaster piks luuuujonu Ookels to ell pohiJB via all routes 8tiU furnished onttppHcationjjrt cjharge Pkuts J S COLLINS thort notice Well improved with good water For check lmBKaRfltbhogh to destination j C FRAMPTON LONG COLEY term3 Inquire of Joe Bush 4m Richmond Ky April 18 1S88 siarll 4t aprl8 6t aprmf Contractors and BuHders Estate For Sale Largest and most complete stock in Central Kentucky sOur motto Best Goods and Lowest Consistent Prices P CARROLL The unHertlerrjt ivaiiU rcnsrfrtii 77 and 79 W Main St nounceto those contemptatiiig building Lexington Jyvl janix iy that they are prepared to contract tor GOBTTRAGTORS ppvnx A tf T R I A ji4 r- r looUuf tor new loeatluM or arraatfM 3toetfaVrxeuisiMhavVrn pc j tare tor the ronti trip to all jwd Mtnnnnow mdtartberFart W JTtf PnFHPEXRIRSI01i w tf f ifctclaaj iff General K6seitgr aent be rata soma r v isa-L i S - i rx i - - - - S fc j ti M immimMj ii ir- - - mB MR 15 GLIM A X Supplement Â¬ Â¬ fort Lexington Nicholas ille Danville and Lancaster Richmond was at that Fellow Membtrs of the Independ time a pretentious village of some fifteen ent Order o Oid Fellows Ladies hundred inhabitants Her growth since avd Gim LEMtN Those of you who then you w ill observe has not been so may have had am expenence in the news phenomenal as to evcite the envy of the paper business are familiar with the booming cities of the West and South would be frieni of the press who is ever such as Chicago Kansas Cit Chatta ready and anxious to furnish the editor Tooga Birmingham and Derattir but ith a suppv 01 clwce matter for his when we get the Richmond Nichobuville paper both original an I selected such Irvine and Bcattv ville railroad we propose as sprin pottr in its season and out of to do some booming an I it will not be lines on the death of very lone until we leave Winchester way season a- - well the old faini horse one that did cavalrv in the rear We indulge the fond hope er ice in the late w ar or a clipping from that some day not so far in the future we Mt Sterling his eastern agricultural journal on the may even be as large a The first lodge room was in the second best mcai s of preventing hog cholera or story of a brick building oh the site of an infallible remedy tor chicken gapes for the very unselfish reason that he Mrs Stocktons present residence on thinks you need something to fill up I Main ftreet and the meetings were lield Rev see you catch the point and have antici- Â¬ there for several months Mr pated me in making the application Smith was erecting a new building on When it was determined to have this cele- Â¬ Main cross street and a committee was bration the 69th Anniversary of Odd appointed to confer with him relative to Fellow ship in America the committee renting a room we are informed by the on programme found they had a twenty records Further on we find that the Mr minute gap that mutt needs be filled and room was rented and moved into w ith a unanimity that was beautiful to be- Â¬ Thomas was paid nineteen dollars for hold the lodge decided that I should try work done in fitting up the room The to fill it I remonstrated but all to no building was where the house occupied by purpose As that was the first meeting I Rev Dr Henderson now stands near the Second street had attended for eier so long I half sut Methodist church on pect that it was a well laid scheme to This room w as used for some time prob Â¬ w hen a contract punish me for dereliction of duty The ably tw o or three y ear brothers should hare borne in mind was made with the Masons for the joint however that the punishment sought to be occupancy of their hall in the second inflicted upon me would be but little short story of the old Presbv lerian church on of an elysian delight as compared with the site of the present First Presbyterian that of my audience I can at best but church on Main stieet Other room hope to give you a dish of olla fodriJa were used afterwards in different parts of and if it should prove insipid and unsav Â¬ the town Before the lodge was a month old the ory you can comfort yourselves with the reflection that you will enjojW ith a keen- subject of a public procession was discusser relish the rich repast in store for you ed and from that time until the iSth of but little in the address of our distinguished friend August when it materialized appears to have Been thought of except and brother the orator of the evening It must our approaching procession A charter for Madison Lodge No 14 I O O F to be located at Richmond have been a glorious day for our fathers Ky was granted on the 4U1 of March and grandfathers with their new collars ard rosettes on this their first parade 1843 to W L Neale Robert D Mahone Jas C Peacock Joshua Wilson and Our mothers and grandmothers too Thos P Young being signed by the were arraved in best bib and tucker and Grand Lodge officers The lodge was each fancied herself the possessor of Use husband son brother or organized on Tuesday evening April 27 handsomest just forty five years ago lacking sweetheart as Use case might be in all 1843 - Web one day by M W Grand Master J S the land Good old -- Aunt PollyDeputy Grand ster who died last year at the advanced Lithgow and R W Master J B Hinkle of the Grand Lodge age of ninety years peace to her ashes The following officers in the exuberance of a heart overflow ing of Kentucky Root D Mahone Ja C with joy as fhe saw the manly form of were chosen Peacock Wm L Neale J W Clark Iter son leading the column etclaimeJ D Irvine Field Wm L Williams Jno Do look at Benjamin he just lined em P Ballard Jos Cole and Gilby Kelly last night and now lies at the neai of the Bro Field was marshal of Most of these were former members of procession Union Lodge No 10 at Nicholasville thedav and Bro Crawford of Nicholas Woodruff and Mason of ville delivered an able and interesting Ky Bros Franklin Lodge No 7 at Lancaster and address for w hich he was voted the T H Irvine whose membership I pre- thanks of the lodge In the minutes of a sume was at Lexington were also in at- Â¬ month before the procession we find this On motion of Bro The first initiates were Sidney interesting item tendance K Turner Etias Kurtz Wm Jarman and Turner the lodge determined to have a Robert R Stone in the order named dinner prepared on the day of our apOf course it did During that year there were a number of proaching procession additional accessions to the lodge among Who ever heard cf an approaching pio Thats the them being I D Smith Ralph Harris cession without a dinner E Cosby Frederick Yeiser B N Web- chief feature and the piocession general v ster Cyrus C Miller J C Gentry Dud- Â¬ approaches it at a double quick The ley Webster Jno R Smith and Cy rue dinner was prepared by Bro Ballard and Turner The increase in membership for cost fifty cents a head Thats just what the next few years was gradual but the our supper will cost this evening so you limited time allotted me will not permit see theres not so much difference after all the mention of more than a few names between then and now After the public poured in from In looking over the records I find that procession invitations Horace H Turner Thos Turner Wm nearly all the lodges in the State to join Moran Daniel Breck Jr Benjamin them in similar ones On the occasion of Giboons Wm M Irvine G W Pickets one of these parades a year or so later the F J remarkable fact is noted that the proces- Â¬ E D Stockton M D Wainscott DickersonJ S Rollins and R G RowÂ¬ sion formed at the lodge room marched Of those already to the other end of the town and then land were members stimulated to this mentioued so far as I am able to learn marched back again all save the following have long since wonderful feat no doubt by a like per- Â¬ passed over the river and joined the formance attributed to the King of France S K Turner long years ago who is said to have Grand Lodge above W M Irvine and M D Wainscott alt marched his army up the hill and then How strikingly of whom are residents of this place Dr marched it down again does history repeat itself F J Dickerson who lives in this count For the first few months the lodge R D Mahone Root R Stone B N Webster and W L Neale in Lexington seems to have been financially embarrassed Fred Yeiser in and was at times reduced to the necessity E Cosby in Louisville Danville Tho Turner in Mt Sterling of borrowing from Bros Cosby Turner Williams and others for the purpose of C Peacock in California and Jas Should any others be alive I hope they replenishing the treasury but this did not will excuse me for unwittingly reporting deter it from indulging in such extravagances as a new carpet a ten dollar stove them dead At the time of the institution of this and a load ot wood in addition to a fifteen lodge Odd Fellowship w as but twenty dollar lodge seal and officers jewels cost- Â¬ four j ears old in the United States ing thirty dollars made by Bro Yeiser On Monday evening Feb 5 1844 Bro There were three lodges in Louisville and one in each of the following places J WClark delivered a lecture on Odd At Covington Henderson Maysville Frank Fellowship in the Methodist church NEW MIXS ADDHESS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J S K Turner who was always ready with a motion had suggested that no gentleman should be admitted on occasion 01 such address unless accompanied by a lady which sug- Â¬ gestion received the approbation of the lodge You will notice that Bro Turner Tt was somewhat of a ladys man also was intended then lion ever to have the address delivered in the lodge room I p esumc the suggestion was not carried into effect and that a few olJ bachelors at least ran the gauntlet and attended alone The address is spoken of in flat tering terms and the lodge requested Bro Clark to furnish Bro Neale a copy of it for publication in his paper which I be lieve was called the Chronicle So far I have not been disposed to crit- Â¬ icise any of the acts of the lodge of that time but I find the following resolution passed at a meeting held in December 1S43 upon which I ask vou to pass judg- Â¬ ment That a subscription be raised from tlie individual members of this lodge for the purpose of aiding in procuring in- Â¬ struments for the amateur bind which is about to be formed in this place To set over against that we have this one passed at a subsequent meeting That it be considered the duty of every good Odd Fellow to correct the bad habits of his brethren and that uf profane swearing a more particulailv that whenever brother is heard by another to profane the name of God it shall be his duty to reprove him and if after the third reproof he still continues such demoralizing habits he shall be reported to the lodge and re A wise proved by the Noble Grand resolution and one fully in harmony with the spint of the teachings of the order Indeed no good Odd Fellew will habitu- Â¬ ally profane the name of God nor indulge in any demoralizing piactices About a j ear after this we find the Amateur Band mentioned again It is still an amateur but had made some delightful music for the lodge on the occasion of one of its celebrations and received a vote of thanks in due form Celebrations were indulged in quite frequently but I cannot refer to any others If tips lodge as such had am political predilections they were not favorable to Democracv if we mav judge by the fol low ing passed at a meeting held on the Ordered that the in2 t of July 1P45 vitation of the committee of arrange ments for honoring the memory of AndrewJackson deceased be respectfully declin Bro Turner made a motion which ed was carried to reconsider but the matter was deemed o f too much importance to dispone of hurriedly so it was made a special order for a called meeting to be Wednesday No held the following record was made of that meeting if held but I presume the motion to accept the invitation final v passed as history does not inform us thit the committee of arrangements abandoned their work Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ a previous meeting Bro against all unworthy applicants TheAmateur Bandonce more if you please This time a committee is appointed to obtain such instruments from the as were pur band should it dissolve I chased by the donation of the lodge am of the opinion that it did not dissolve Amateur bands dont do that sort of thing The lodge appears to have held its own in numbers and influence from its organi zation to the breaking out of the civil war a period of eighteen vears During 1S61 and the first half of loos the meet Â¬ ings were held with tolerable regularity although the membership had been con From July 7 1S62 siderably lessened until the close of the war in April 1S65 I find the minutes of but five meetings I presume no others were held recorded When peace once more reigned over our country the lodge then having a mere handful of members took on new life and made a fresh start In 1870 it had a membership of 79 and by the following year numbered 85 From 1871 until 1880 it fell to 26 Without intending anr reflection upon any one I may remark that this heavy decrease has been explained by the fact that for several y ears the ballot box had not been as closely guarded as it shojld have been and much unworthy The consequence material was admitted was that many of the best members with drew very unwisely I think refusing to hold membership with those whom they to the order considered discreditable Thc should have stood at their posts and exercised their undoubted right of oting Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The objectionable members were final I weeded out and once more a new start was made From that time 1880 to the present the lodge has prospered to an un usual degree and we now number S6 Madison Lodge has contributed two Grand Masters to the Grand Lodge tht late E W Turner who was also Grand Master of the Masonic Grand Lodgt ot the State and our present Grand Master A J Reed wlio enjoys the distinction ot being the youngest man ever elected ti that high and honorable position She has also furnished three Grand Marshals the late R E Little D 1 Aimer and W B White the last named gentleman filling that office at the present time Without any disposition to boast or parade our charity before the public but simply that you may know by what right we claim to exist permit me to refer to this feature of our order briefly From its organization until 1870 no systematic record was kept of the sick benefits and charities dispensed therefore the amount is not known From tSo until the present time the lodge has paid out for these purposes 2359 divided as follows For the relief of brothers 1029 r the support of widowed families and education of orphans 849 for the burial of the dead 340 and for incidental charities 141 This is not a large sum only about 13 a j ear but eternity alone can reveal how many homes have been made happier and how many hearts lighter for it This is independent of the individual charities oi each member I might occupy much ot your time by complimentary references to the many good men of our city and coun- Â¬ ty wlio have been connected with our lodge and it would afford me real pleas ure to do so had I the time at my disposal You will allow me however to remark in honor of the memory of one of your best citizens that to hinv more than to anv other person is due the succeW of our Widows and Orphans Fund in its incipi ency I refer to the late William S Hume This fond now amounts to 5000 The Daughters of Rebekah under whose auspices the supper is given on this occasion is composed of the wives widows sisters and daughters of Odd Fellows It is w hat we call a side degree The lodge here wa organized a few months ago by our active and zealous Grand Master They have a membership of about twenty and are working harmoniously and beautifully in the inter- Â¬ est of the order The features of their lodge are similar to those of Odd Fellows lodge proper They pay one dollar a week sick benefits to members and render all needed attention possible in cases of sickness The dues are trifling I believe only five cents per week In conclusion let me say and I wish to impress the truth upon some of our mem Â¬ bers that an Odd Fellows lodge is not a substitute for the church All of its ntes and ceremonies combined with the most liberal charity will not avail to save a soul fiom sin It can do nothing more nd claims to do no more than to lend a helping hand in alleviating the sufferings of mankind and bettering the condition of the human family I thank you for the very patient atten tion with which v on have listened to these cursory and disconnected statements Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ te New Music We have received from Richard A Sanlheld 41 Union Square New York he following pieces of music Rock aby Lullaby by Chas H Williams One of the prettiest little songs it has been our pleasure lo receive in some lime The Old Love Story by Ed win Christie A song written by the author of Sweet Chiming Bells of Long Ago White Sulk in the Har iMir by 1 I Skelly A slemliil mug and clmruf Pretty As Butterfh Shottisclie by Newcombe An hih lution nf the populMr song and dance Pretty as a Butterfly Tripping Through The Clover Pnlktt by Ed Hoist This is in style similar to Triupiiig Through the MeHuows Wlthiiut being dlffleult It is brilliant All the above rplall for 40 cenN Sent postpaid at half price S1JK for the lot or 20 cents a piece RICHARD A HAALFIELD 41 Union Square New Yorki It AT TUB CAPITAL lOBfruaposKtwcc Cum STATE ax BOARD OP HEALTH OP KBX- TUCKY WARNING AGAINST SMALL POX T1IK CONFERhWCB OP AMERICAN PUBLICS IIB- - New York AVorkLl C May 5 188a Bowriva Grkbn K April 24 3S llie iniMirtint character of tlie In- Â¬ A visit to WashlnKlon at this season f tlieyer would not fail to convince 7b the Health Officials ami People of ternational Conference bill the con- Â¬ Kentucky which has been ference report even tile mot skeptical of tile won- Â¬ This Board has received official in Â¬ adojMed by tlie house and is now peud derful beauty of Hie city hihI itsstir rc muling Jut now tlie numerous formation since the beginning of the ing in the Senate is attracting to It a parks are rilled with blossoms The year of the existence of mall ox in great deal of attention The provis- Â¬ fountains stauary and public build- Â¬ eleven StHtes of the Union two of ions of the bill embmee a delegation to Hie dis Â¬ the Ile ident of authority to invite the ings ami the broad avenues llnetl with them adjoining Kentucky trees hIiMi Hie just now adorned in ease lias prevailed extensively in sr- - fifteen RHiblics of South and Central the fresh screen foliage of early siriHK tiotiH of Great Britain during the past America and the empire of Brazil to all contribute to render tlie scene at winter and is now widespread and join the United States in conference to virulent iu California and Cuba and lie held at Washington at such time iu once i leading anil attractive Allho4Kii Hie President finds that manifests an unusual tendency every- Â¬ 1888 as lie may deem proper The puhid time hi nuiie lully occupied u con Â¬ where to break over official control ami rple of i he conference will lie to con Hisr measures rnat will preserve the sidering the numerous trill that aie assume an epidemic lorm You can Imy a-- suit or a pair of Ihis ltoiiid therefore feel- - it to be js atv and prospefitx of he -- eVeral IMtnts at your own price Pant- - for daily being transmit led to liim by pie that de3l American States e tablioh a ensloiin fat men pants for lean men Congress for hi- - approval he ha- - been its duly to warn the frequent and regular unable to resist the emptatiou to ven- ive action should ai once Is iiken to uniHi arrange C LYTMt ture out for an ooeasio al drive hInkiI ptoteet the Slate from ibis fiaihs ine soiiiiiiiiicaiiii between the -- eirrrsl KiilmiHii U t- - inetbiwl of ciiuiries adopt a uniform sietu of the city and during lite mst week he inaladv has spent much of his time in the prevention - as certain in ils ciloo as w eights and measures copyright and country At au early hour every it ie eheap and easy to obtain Vac patent laws and a common silver coin morning he leaver the White House cination and re vacciuatiou properly and lake steps looking to the reference iu a sidebar buicgy drawn by one of the done with reliable virus is a certain of all disputes between the Republics In speaking of the re- Â¬ celebrated seal browns unaccompa- Â¬ preventive and is entirely free from to arbitration nied except by a large roll of engross- danger This is the conclu iou of tlie sults sought to be accomplished by tills ed bills and public documents which seientific world alter full investigation international conference Sir McCreary aim mjf oe aUlllor ol UK Dili SttlU to a World COr he bad carefully slowed away under aiMi lare eAperteiive respondent to day the seat and wiiich iijmhi arriving at thoroughly relied upon OF Notwithstanding that this safe his country resilience he carefully ex- Â¬ The Mpulalinn of the couniriea M amines and notes noon the jacket of cheap and perfect pnHection is within ferrwl about tle wh aulwHllU each eitlier Ins aimroval or dlsapprov tlie reach of all it - estimated that v mlUhnHm Thev are o iinieeleil al About sunset be drive lck again nearly one tlilnl f the people of this IW by hihJ are mmtuf to the city and spends an iionr or State have never availe1 themselves luMrtr Kew Yoik than is California more iu attending his current duties of it Intelligent persons should not j A of lwfcH c exwrt nruM and iu preparing a new bundle of bills wait Mr tne law io mrce iiiein io an have by stuiembtus ellorts fat hlnned AND No inie liould allow llieir uoveriiiueuts utter ours and all of for coustderatiou upon tlie following evident duty t i r any oe r iiMHMMi day IMU fe a mh cltiv responsible to at aIM e1IIuercia riathms with us It is jirobaWe that the President and any time ami remain unvacciiiate1 of e pecially in the face MB f e Miiilaierhof these Republics Mrs Cleveland will very soon take up the iKesent danger their abode at Oak View for the Hum- Â¬ school Ixmrds everywhereHealtli and liere in ibis city liave called upon me shoiibl eo to express their interest in the pending mer Several wagon loads of furniture oiterate in rerjuiring vaccination as a bill and their endorsement of the pro Â¬ and all other household article have I wall to return my most uncere ttiank all schools posed conference The countries of for their liberal patronage during the past been remoted from the White Houe condition of admiiiHi to imjJIe and juivate and the proprle Central and South America need the to the cottaKe during the nct week railroad piod nets ot our furnaces factories and 17 or 18 years and hope that in the future the season ojiens there is a de- Iocs and manufactories and As same requirement of farms They need nearly ever thing ae in the pat I may in a measure prove cided renewal of activity in the build- should make the The operation ue piodoee and we need nearly every worthy of the same employee ing line Iu addition to tne erection their always lie done by a coniHteit thing they produce One of the mar- Â¬ I beg leave to announce for the coming of several public iHiildings which sltiHild xtiuis iu the same vels of the century is the disparity of have been provided for by Con- Â¬ pliysician at three teaton that I have purchased and shall gress a large number of very fine uri arm ami the erHi vaccinatetl sboubl trade bet eeu iHir country ami these keep daily the largest and most select liy him from time to time that Republic There countries should stock in every respect that has ever been vatc residences will lie built Senator la seen he ihhv know the iierfevt result has have oiii eol i on ami wollen trood shown in this vicinity and at prices that Sawder of Wisconsin has commenced Imperfect vaVinatlon mf ttHUrrj lllHCjieri mowers and absolutely the construction of a residence ujmmi been secured can only give rle to a iaie aim otteii ieaieis telephones telegraplis and Connecticut avenue which it is esti sen- - of security larliculiil our liorse mules and cat mated to cost at least 150000 This fatal COMPETITION As a further precaution tbe vaiimi tle hide d neai ly every tiling of which will add one more to the number of county and ue have a Mil plus We need their magnificent senatorial residence Tlie health boards of the State I have bought so many good that are requested to perfect tropical fruits hard In fact i Hee mikmi Western Senutois have uiocli finer itiuiiiciml orgauizatitHis take every pre Maals tjbrr idauts ami raw materials unless we have a genftinc boom I am houses tliau tho e friNii the Bast and lhir liable to have a good many left unsold so to prevent tlie hiiHirtHliou ol of nearly every description few Southern Senators who own caution I commence the C UT in time tlie dixea c into coinmunilies over In les limn twenty ears 1 believe houses have very modest establish Â¬ which they have control or failing iu ments Senatots Gorman and Gibson iheie will be railrad comtutmieatinii j Nice Wall Paper worth 15 cents now this lie ready to stamp it out b being the owners ol tlie finest hou-e- iKtweeii New York ami litieiios Ayree 10 cent Nice new gilt paper Iom 15 strictly isolating the first we ami of any of the Southern Senators of Sottth America AI- - cents per roll upwards Curtain Poles in vaccinating and re vacciuatlug every the uietniiHilis Work Ims lieen commenced on the realy tlie grand movement has eoiu Cherry Mahogant Walnut and Ebon person endangered by it Tlie funerals new Catholic Uuiveisily buildiiiK nieiiceil and the obstacles iu the way too cheap to name prices Nice Window of all persons dying of this and it is announced tiiat the corner aie not as gleat as they were a few Shades complete with fixture each 50 should be strictly private The same stone of tlie new Divinity Imikihig yeats ago w lien Aew imK ami sun cents and upwards Pictures and Picture precaution should lie oliserveii in the will be laid with appropriate ceremo Â¬ Fratiolsco were connected by rail To- - Frames cheaper than you ever dreamed management of scarlet fever mea les nies on the 24th of May lay there is railroad communication of In regard to Mixed Paints with an diptitheriu ami other infectious diseas Congress lias been untiMially busy between New York and the capital of actual practical experience of more than MuVIMI Ulll during tlie wt week the Senate hav huve been 20 years in the mixing and spreading ot iy me pronipiies j ane einciriicj in made by the arrangemeulH ing devoted much of its time to a dis Â¬ Mexican Republic and paints I think I can claim to know some several of otlr county bonnls in former Republic of Guatemala lor the eon thing about Paints cussion of the International Copyright vears the disease was easily stamiH d the Kepresenta bill while tlie House of structiou ol a railroad from the City of -- ueli precau It does not pay to buy a cheap out In oilier couutie no Mexico to the capital of Guatemala tives has been at work night and day mixed paint that has no reputation tions wete taken at the oulsetand upon the tariff bill but has managed Since I addressed the House on this on the market Why Because the disease was only checked after to find time to paw several bills of measure 1 have received a letter from the same has never been tested by serious loss of life great interference Buenos Ay res informing me that 46S long use ami special interest to the Citizens of Wash- Â¬ that alone is a fair with iHtsiueas from the panic incident miles of the railroad northward to- Â¬ ington among tlieni being a bill pro- Â¬ test for a good mixed paint We to an epidemic of this disease and an seilliMC in tlie District of wards the United States huve been hibiting pool have a mixed paint from GO cents exeiMJitore of money which if judi Columbia 11m passage of this law ciiily iieit in sieiiiati vaeciiu i hi completed and that the entire railway per frail on up to our is under conto ine Bolivian frontier is hailed with delight b tbettetier betureUund miHl liuve given perfect tract and that a contract ha been class of citisens as a reform is one oi immuiiiiy to every eilizei iu the com- Â¬ made bv authority of STRICTLY PURE I be greatest social evils of the Nation- Â¬ the Congress of munity Here as in many other Bolivia for tlie extension of tills- road al Capital tliiugs an ounce of prevention is not OIL Senator Blair introduced a bill on better but cheaper than a Htuud of to oouie me vnpiiai uuj vjiiij auimi three thousand miles of railway be Wednesday last nroviditig for the dls Jat jJas heii oil tlie market ami cure tributkHi of MiMiu documents to pub- Â¬ iweeneucreauu Guatemala remain to j use r over twentv vears ali Â¬ In this and all other matters perlic libraries Tlie bill provide that taining to the public health the State be built ami the probability of the over the United States and Canada each eity county State and college Board holds itself in readiness to assist construction o that line ta stronger to- - am stads at lJ huA q m o hef librarv sliall be furnished witii a oniy the IochI boards to the lull extent of Its day that was the probability of - mixel paints for beautv of of every ttuulte document printed by powers ami all physicians of the construction of tlie Central aud the covemi totalities and durability the Government upon Ailing an agree Â¬ State are requested to promptly notify Union Pacific ten years before they Every package were built ment to preserve same their local boards of health of the first Referring to the unsettled condition LiiMlsey Muse tlie oM colored door outbreak of this or any other contagious FULLY GUARANTEED keeper at the office of the Secre- - disease iu their respective oomrauni ofaflUrsin these Republic Mr Mc-treary said One of the most im to give entire satisfaction tary of the Navy who ha lies Prices Mirtant provisions of fhf bill tears di- Â¬ held the ofltee since 1838 having lieen liy order of the Knard extremely low quality considered rectly upon the juesuoii of arbitration apKiiited during the admb istration J N NicCokmack M D i ol dtspuiei- - aod dillerriices between ot Joint Quiucy Ada iif and who is Secietary 0 Tiiese States tin tiles have been now over eighty years of age has at UUl The Internal revenue collections fi gieatly sCined iiid liupoveriilieti by last been obliged to resign his ost on INTERIOR DECORATOR it is the pa t nine months aggregated 69- - wars with owe another Tin recent account of feeble health ami thought that he will never again re- Â¬ oiau increase 01 Joor7o3 over reference and settlement by President Painting and Paper Hanging Com sume his familliar place at the Secr- Â¬ the correspond 1111 period of the last Cleveland of the controversy between Ptet workmen ent to any part of tw Uorkdone in most artistic md osta Rita and NicarSua illustrates country H etarys door fiscal year mogf redSonable rates D Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tf 1 Washington very forcibly how much is accomplish ed by arbitration Tlie time selected for holding the conference is peculiarly well chosen t tlie It is the cenieiital anniversary adoption of our Constitution and fol- Â¬ lows closely upon the conference of South American Republics a Montevideo which will consider important questions in vol vine international rinht between the iHtate- - of South Vint-rica From statements made to me bv the Ministers of lheM Republic I have every reason to tielieve that the con Â¬ rgel ference will lie attended ami that incalculable benefits will result to all nations taking part in its delibera Â¬ tions Â¬ TO THE Â¬ PEOPLE cs Other Counties it Â¬ Â¬ DEFY Â¬ di-e- -e i i i Â¬ LINSEED PAINT 1