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Bfc YOLUME S NUMBER 48 I 3IBX HP THE DAY RIGHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 16 1888 STATE TEACHBUS ASSOCIATION GKEAT FOR GREAT NEWS PARAGRAPHS At a meeting of the Southern Socle ly in New York last evening Mr Rob I bert Burn Wilson or Kentucky read B leclioos from his poems Max MMdletnu who aot cut in th back with a butcher knife several last week limes at Fleinlngsburg by Jabez Weir has sued the latter for fj000 damages In the ease of James P Moore vs Lexington Street Railway for 10000 damages for killing Mrs Maliudn Moore the JHry rendered a verdiet or one cent and costs iu fnvorof hiplaiii tifl FALLS An appropriation has been made by the General Assembly to remove the remains of Col J V Moss and officer in the war with Mexico from Hick man county to the cemetery at Frank- Â¬ fort Squire Mafcsie Beasley of Aberdeen ilnce May 8th 1887 united 206 perbous for better or worse in marriage There is hardly a day passes that the jjly old niHtrlmoninlist is not called upon to splice some runaway couple The wife of Dr RT Wood of this has been for some time and is cit Mill attending lectures at a Cincinnati Medical College She spent Sunday mill her family here and returned to the Queen City Monday morning Pans Kentuckian Hu selton Comton born in New Jersey iu early life resident of Mays tille and Louisville celebrated his 1 iQlh btrthday yesterday at St Joe Mo He voted for every Democrat Cooper from Jefferson to Cleveland ti tritle 1arU Keutuekiau At Deltanl Carter county a man Ly the name of Perkins eold his wife to two children Christ mid 8 promising to leav but Counts Perkins returned and was shot ai by cunts and afterwards a compromise was made by Perkins paying 12 for them back Capt Knelling C Farley a noted steamboat officer died at Charleston W Va JApnl 27 of paralyit A tele Â¬ gram n a he had resided In Ciiurlttntt since 1SI3 but whs born iu Paris Buirbou county Ky February 3 1S06 and was coneeqiienty in hit eighty third year A etroug flow of natural gas was struck near Lagrange Wednesday at a depth of 150 feet in a hard strata of With natural gas fully limestone drrelopeil Okiliam county long noted fir its lieavy crop f blackberries and cily applebrandy will become one of the iuoh hujrlatit seotinus iu the htaie A special from Versailles fays Thf appraisers or the tatate of the Uie Win JohiiHiH an old resident of Civer lioitom while engnged in I lacing a value on the household hir innin- - round between S009 and 10- 000 in gold aiHl xilverooin and bank n its wrapped In stocking c in an old wasliMaud drawer Dr R Foote ied in Covington Faiurday He was three times elect- Â¬ ed to 1fgitiHture once as Senator He hi- - second wire was thrice married being a sister of Elder T N Arnold h veral children by the first two iimr rnge among litem Mrs J udge Phelps In early life he was a dentist and tlr iggist but beeme a lawyer fr say gave each of the convicts woiking along hue or the Louii villo Siuiherii a s rer dollar Another kind hearted gentleman who was with the Shelb ville excorrioH gave each of them a 1 lug of totiaceo The muuificeiice of both gentlemen were loudly applaud Â¬ ed lij the convicts Mr Clark of Carter county was iu the court at Grayson with her little Lt aged 8 years to have him ex Â¬ amined which was done and he was iriimiinced in idiot Mrs Clark tes tified that she was 45 years of age and that the father of the boy was 98 jars of age said she had been mar ri d nine yeais This would have wale the husband 82yeais old when man led The Last Harrodsburg Saying Friday CtiHl Young Â¬ The Times says leail mine on the farm of Maj J M iey near Great Cnc slug is being dei eloped Eight men are at work at present They have gone forty feet and the prospect is encouraging as to silver as well a lead Thej are now engaged iu timbering the shaft and in teu w twelve da 8 expect to get out crushing material enough to make a test of the quality Captain nominee for DeHity Sheriff died at his home near Cynthianii Saturday He was Iturird Suuday by the Masonic crdt r of which he was a worthy mem Â¬ ber His wife was a daughter of the Allen Kendall of HarrUon who with Ate children survive him Captain V The Georgetown L FurnMi Democratic commanded a company of Confed Â¬ erates in the late war and was at Â¬ tached to Celouel CocUrells regiment in Miesouri when he enlisted He was el and favorably known in Harri- - where he had beed Deputy Sheriff ome time In Sturdas extra we gave notice the death ef Samuel Magofliu at Karells Mo agetl 87 years In his Joiing manhood he aud his elder hrcther James Mgoflln went to Chi huahuau a Mexlcau ort James mar Â¬ ried ibere founding tLe present colo Â¬ ny ol Magoffins who are there holding the honors aud profits of EI Paso Kamuel MaLufllfi retunied to the Vidted States and married first the dugliter of the late Isaac Shelby Of tLis marrlaue he has two dauchters He married a second time Mrs Susau Carter daugher of James Shelby of kwington and widow of the Hon Win G Carter for whom Carter coun Â¬ ty was named Many years ago Mr Magoffin made the request that when ke died Keutueklans should bear him to the grave for he always cherished deep aflectlon for his native State n1 f his old Keutucfcy friends and so jates The request was complied and nmeng them were D P f Rowland Bi Gralz of StLouis icklan s M Breckinridge and Paris Ken Steele Mackaye bangs his hnlr Program of the Tenth Annual Ses Â¬ St Paul Capitalists Interested in Locating BigJleducin Works in Montana Lord Lonsdule is on his way to the sion of ihe Colored Teachers Associa North pole tion to be held at Richmond Ky Prominent capitalists or St Paul Gordon Bennett and the Duke of J nly 3 45 and 61888 New York city and Helena recently Tuesday 8 i ar Opening Exercises Marlborough are ooinlng to New York Addiess of Welcome Mr C P Miller formed a company for the purpose of William Winter has gone to England Richmond OTJR IMMENSE STOCK OP Response Prof John erecting Ihe most extensive reducing to spend the summer with Henry Jackson Frankfort MuIc Add res works In the United States at Great to utter exclamations of surprise and pleasure Every line wc carry is complete and prices NEVER WERE SO LOW FOR Irving Olject or Ihe Institute aud Institute Falls Mont The company has a capi- Â¬ CASH AS THEY NOW ARE We have undoubtedly the prettiest line of Satteens ever brought to this city ami every style and price from the cheapest American to the finest French Satteens can be found in this Stock Our Eastern importations of Prof J S Hathaway Rerea tal of 2000000 of which 1500000 has A Vermont minister has preached Work Among the incorpora- Â¬ 121 funeral eermoux with net returns Music Enrollment of Memb rs aud been piid in Edward Cooper Mayor Music tors are or two barrels or apples and a silver Appointment of Committees CONSISTING OF Wednesday 9 a M Devotional Abraham S Hewitt Anton Ellers and dollar Exercises Annual Address Prest the Gurnees id New York H W are marvels of Beauty and Style that can not be excelled BEST BRANDS of CALICOES such as Manchester Merrimac The Emperor of Germany will lerve C C Monroe Frankfort Institute ChiMs and Col Broadwater of Helena AHD CIILDBERS SHOES L ocnega Hamilton tacihc btc All live cents per yard and new spring styles We have just received a full and complete HEHS UDIES his widow 200000 a jenr a residence Work Elementary Spelling aud aud J J Hill and others of St Puul tock of iu Berlin and one in the count n Reading conducted by Miss L 8 Pat- Â¬ The plant will be the largest in the snug terson Louisville Elementary Arith- Â¬ United States aud the machinery the An Erie county doctor issued a cer- Â¬ metic conducted by Mr Win Gibson latest and most approved for the pur- Â¬ poses Intended These woiks will be a tificate stating that the cnuse of a little Louisville and we earnestly ask every lady to examine this stock before buying elsewhere ss you will certainly save money by so doing girls denth was iuformutiou ol the Wednesday 2 p St Paper Sub great thing for Great Falls- of course Wc lead the market in but the benefits flowing from such an ject The Avenues to the Mind lungs Mr Henry Shirley Glasgow Discus extensive concern will also be felt in Oil Cloths Rugs Lace Poles c S Shimada editor of the Mainichi biou Piper Subject Hie New St Paul The greater part of Ihe sup- Â¬ Shimlum Dally News of Tokio Mr Jno Bates Danville plies needed will be purchased here J We CAN SAVE YOU FROM TWENTY FIVE CENTS TO ONE DOLLAR on every pair of Mens Ladies and Japan arrived in Su Franiisco n few Dauger Childrens Shoes you buy from us Sympo ium Wliat shall the Public aud nearly all will certainly pats days ago through the Saintly City Schools leach Great Falls is a booming town at Ihe Hpnry Bacon who went lo Paris in Weduesdav 8 i M Devotional Ex Â¬ 1864 and entered Cubauels studio U ercises Address The Teachers ReÂ¬ junction or the Mauitobu and Montana Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store Jun22tf now one of the best known American ward Rev C H Parrish Louisville Central railroads on the upperMissouri artists in Europe Vocal Solo Mrs H S Heudereon The place has n magnificent water CKAS S FOWZLL J SPEED SMITH Recitation Mr Win P power which Is to be greatly improved Mr and Mrs JoMah Hulitt of Lan Lexington in- aud utilized during the coming year Instrumental Solo diyfield Mass Imve been married 71 Auiiis Louisville SMITH A branch railroad has been built from years Ruth were born in 1701 Their Miss Joolla Mackey Richmond Thursday 0 A m Institute Work the town to the mines aud all the marriage was solemnized iu 1815 smelting wil be done there Great Language The Mickelborough John Huskiti has written sixty four Long Course conducted by Miss Falls seems to he one of the natural books and his income from them is Georgia Moore Louisville Grammar trading centers of Northern Montana 20000 It took leu tons of jwper for Conducted by Prof J M Maxwell and its marvelous growth during the the new edition of Stones of Venice pist year bids fair to be far surpassed Louisville by the next few years The Manitoba We represent ten of the strong- Â¬ Thursday 2 v M Paper Study B Senator Ingalls has eleven children railroad is doing all in its power to M est Fire Insurance Coxpaxiks in Jackson Lexington The names are Ellsworth Ruth Mr Win We represent the Music build up tiie town both by its own Ethel Ralph Addit on Constance Discussion Paper Subject Call your attention to their commodious and elegant house corner of the world Mr Win Har operations and iu the way or inducing Company that has the largest Sheffield Faith Marion Muriel and iu the Public School Mam and oeconu btreets Kichmond Ivy mch2i iy SUCCESSORS TO C C WALLACE other capitalists to Invest their money ve lielb ville Discussion capital in the worhl the Company Loui e Willi such bacKlug the town there Â¬ 1 Thursday 8 M Devotional Exthat has the largest paid tip capital The Emperor of China has four phy ercises Address Migratory Teach- evidently has a future before it St in tlte world the Company that 8iciauseach of whom receives a weekly erRev T Augustus Reed Cytilhi Paul Globe has tiie largest assets in the world salary stopping when he becomes sick ana Vocal Duet Misses Wood and There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance the only Company in the workl therefore his indisposition is never of The announcement made iu another Elliott State University Recitation and the quality of the goods they offer is in keeping with the house that pays its losses without dis- Â¬ long duration Ouudall Louisville column of the establishment of great Win Mr H They have the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles made count ami does not make vow smelting works at Great Falls Mont Mr Miller ihe Commissioner or In- Â¬ Music agree in its policy to wait sixty in their shop of the best materials They have Fiiduy 9 A M Institute Work is full of interest for St Paul and the ternal Revenue lias bet a barrel of old days after a lire to get your money whole Northwest The persons inter Â¬ rye that the Plumed Knight will lie History Prof J E Simpson Louis- Â¬ IJ 1 UllfUI IIUIUU lUIllUk All Companies charge the same the next Republican candidate fur the ville Geography Prof Jno Jackson ested hi this enterprise are the same rate then that have conducted the Colorado Preid iicy An uuli Ealoonht has Fiauktort Report of Commit Â¬ companys smelting works at Pueblo 2pM Friday not Insure in the Best beeu appointed to hold the stakes home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted Their tees Election of Officers Miscella pethaps the largest and most prosper- Â¬ stock of Buggy Eobes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as ele- Â¬ Insure ymir house ami contents Mr Gladstone received nn honorar neous Rusiness ous in the West They are prepared gance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber ium of 100 guineas for the manuscript and sleep soumlly it will be too Friday 8 p M Rinquet aud Gen- Â¬ to spend 2000000 on the Great Falls of his last essay from an Ameiicnu eral Literary Exercises plant will begin operations in about Buggy whips of whalebone riding whips of cowhide wagon whips late after you are burned out magazine The Sage of Uawarden has Our Companies have over 40 of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in variety Executive Committee Messrs W six mouths though of course the vast got hilnT pay from American period Â¬ 000000 capital and over 100 Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups II Mason W C Taylor J 8 Hatha Â¬ establishment contemplated cannot be icals than any other writer way Mi sea Lucy W Smith and M completed iu that lime But contracts Â¬ manBridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and strong 000000 assets vix are already made for 25000 tons of ore Liverpool Lonitow A Georgia man with statistical E Britton shop made and city made from the already developed mining Globe AAffetM toartfttf turn of mind has figured out that a Committee on Reading Circle Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse boots Commercial Ui man who regularly takes ten ordinary Mes rs C H Pariish S R Singer districts of Montana The peculiar ad- Â¬ -Guard b toe weights girts brushes curry combs snunges c vantages nt Great Fulls for an enter- Â¬ sre-cr drinks of whisky n day and keeps it up W II Perry and E II Woolfork Heme prise of this sort are obvious It is full line of collars names trace chains back bands hame strings Lancashire A on Program CW Committee for twenty years will in that time con- Â¬ by the Montana Central plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners Qmcr sume at least thirty six barrels of the Houser J J C McKioley and Mrs couuected Uartfofd railway with the developed mines ol stud It Morris German A773 the Helena and Butte district ami lies on Reception Cummitte Mr C P TURFMEtf CAK FIND ANY THING IN THEIR LINE Firemans Fwml 211925 A man In Lima Ohio recently re National Miller Chairman Musicil Director in Ihe very heart of an undeveloped 3B0M57 cieved from friends in Wuttsville Pa but very rich mineral country rich Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed a letter that it took him nearly nil Mr G W Talbot Organist Mrs not only in precious metals but iu Ihe Tetai 1119131514 saddlery and harness house Estella Jones Pmr J M Maxwell night to read It was written on fools- Â¬ coarser minerals iron coal and lime- Â¬ Glass- Â¬ aprtS 9m Treasuier T P Adams SyRemember the place llerndons Corner Main and Second cap lmper the sheets being pasted to- Editor stones to essential to the permanent in- Â¬ Â¬ Streets gether and was exactly twenty 3even Brownsboro Secretary Miss R J dustries it is the purpose of the far Davis Louisville Vice President Mr feet ten inches long G W Talbot LouUville Mr C C seeing capitalists interested in the enterprise to build up about its splendid Secretary Endicott lives the most re- Â¬ Monroe President jann iy tired life of any public man hi Wash Â¬ Ample provisions have been pro- Â¬ water power St Paul Pioueer Press He vMted the Capitol the vided for all attending teachers Rates ington FOOD TESTS IN NEW YORK other lHy for the first lime during his 100 per day R R fare will be Ml When he rate going nud one third returning residence in Washington went Into the Senate chamber he was provided a certificate U procured Irom Official Analysis of llaking Powder recoguized by only three Senators Adulterations in Cream of Tartar R R Agent where ticket is bought L g Senor Muruaga the Spanirli Minis Â¬ The Railroad and The Glade direction of the New Under the ter at Washiiigion some time ago pre Â¬ tniTOR climax in 3 our last issue York Stale Board of Health eislity June2J tf MAIN sented Mexican opals to three yotmg I see some reflections on many of my four different kind ol baking powder lailifs two of wImiih have since beeu neighbors in the Glade precinct because embracng nil the brands thnt cuuld be married and the third is engaged So found fur sale in the Slate werebiib they did not otc the railroad tax it seems there N really something in I Many looted distrustinglr at the or initled to examination and analysis by 1J kmIHh superstition concerning the the ancient 1 Rich- Â¬ Prof C F Ubaudler a member of Ihe ganization of the Nicholasville Is the place to go ifjroa want anything in ill luck attached to the opal mond and Beattyvillc Company as a Slate Board and President of the New Ed Gilmnrc of Niblos Garden is a separate company from the Louisville York City Board of Health assisted by Diamonds Watches STREET GROCERY UPPER HE Prof Edward G Love the well known manofkeeiie perceptions The other Southern WATCHMAKERJEWELER I said if time shall reveal as true the United States Government chemist diy Mrs Lungiry had a birthday Clocks Jewelry Fine The ofllcial report shows that n large ij which or course was no new thing but prediction that the separate company is Special attention is called to tho following celebrated brands of Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas DEALER IN Mr Gilmorc with his iwial gallantry only a straw company and it shall sell number of the powders examined sent her a box of lillies twenty five Iu out still the road will be there worth were found to contain alum or Mine uoasted Jollee Watobes Clecks Jeweky Stiver and Gold Headed Canes Pure Ilio Combination of Eio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocha Where can to the county all that it costs and much many of them to such uu extent as to all Just twenty five anything more delicate aud graceful be more to the region about Beatty rille and render them seriously objectionable Pure Private Plantation Java Pure Arabian Mocha and Genuine Plated ware ete Speefatl Fine Razors These goods are all kept in air tight tin cans therefore I oted for the tax Railroads for use in the preparation of human Male Berry Java found attention given te food arc great facilities for good New aud fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and Fine Pocket Knives Mr W S Gilbert ooutradicts the Alum was found in twenty nine qualities 2 Many of our people thought the prop- Â¬ DIAMONDS SETTING rumor that he was to play Pigmalion osition ought to hae been thus A samples This drug is employed in iu hh own fairy comedy at LiveriKinl road from Louisville to Bcattyville by the luking powders to cheapen their cost Domestic Sewins Machines good 1 am a sufficiently theater most practicable and feasible route and The presence of lime is attributed to AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES actor tie snjs to know what n very thus Glade hae an equal chance with the impure cream of tartar of com- Â¬ AND ALL KINDS OF this sol t of Glassware Woodcmvre Ah Queens If bad actor I am Richmond bo I thought but I said wc merce used iu their manufacture knowledge were but more widely spread did not think soon enough too late now Such cream of tartar was also anal Â¬ SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES Promptly dune and In a wstkmaBllfce iu the profession Itself and iu many for another proposition and if we lose yzed aud found to contain lime aud Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches Etc manner professions other this we may lose all Therefore for an other Impurities In some samples to Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs of 93 per cent of Ihe entire the extent BishoD Vladimir the new Russian other consideration I voted for the tax Cask Paid for 04d Gold and Silver auglO 1 y Others hoped by not oting for it they weight Bishop of California Alaska and the YOUR coun Â¬ might ycthave an equal chance for the All the baking powders of the mark- Â¬ Aleutian Islands hi ought to this S 0 imKmki tST Dont forget tiie paee Bext dear try a full boy choir of fortv voices road They were liVc Richmond they et with the single exception of to the Post oQlee IUeL mond Ky including tiie alum and Itoyal not simttfPiraii The new Bishop is transferred from wanted the road at their door TOEEfi jan4 lf the United States lo Japan and his 5 Tis said Glade has had a good share even phosphate powders which have and SILVER and speciul work will be to improve the of the county funds for turnpikes and not the virtue of even an impure cream CHICKEN of tartar of commerce aud consequent- Â¬ get new goods for new wretched condition of the Creoles bridges True but I loo at it this way Glade has simply liad enough get up ly contain lime to a con efpoudlug ex Â¬ it or the and Indians in Alaska Cholera Cure about her to ask for what she has a com tent W W Wilmot an old man who ap mon right to and enterprise enough to The only baking powder yet found peared on thestieets of Montgomery wisely appropriate it by chemical analysis to be entirely Ala a few days ngo begging for enough Let us not fall out by the way but free fiom lime and absolutely pure is money lo buy a railroad licket to Mo- Â¬ push for cery public improvement and the Hoyal This perfect purity re- Â¬ SEWiH bile has had a romantic history Many all social good sults from the exclusive use of cream Joiik G Fee years ago he invented a machine Tor Berca Ky May 10 1888 of tartar tpeciully refined and prepar crimping shoes and soon acquired a Wc arc clad that Mr Fee has made ed by puleut processes which totally frtmiP In 1876 he lost a wager or known his position in the matter of the remove the tartrate of lime and othei 75000 that he had staked oo Tildens railroad vote It is probable that he impurities The cost of this chemical- Â¬ and since would have been con idered as against ly pure cream of tartar is much greater election lo Ihe Presidency Aaicmiki then one misfortune has crowded the road by those not entirely familiar than any other and 011 account of this QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO another until with his way of thinking But Mr Fee greater cost is used iu uo baking pow- Â¬ closely on the heels ol LEY GUTHERSON Edf he has lost his entire fortune and his is no old flint lock He is not even so der but the Royal New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga LEXINGTON KY ijgi3feJ3 rfe2y health as well Prof Love who made au analysis of ancient as a tnuzzle loading purcushion STOCKTON - car- Â¬ Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the baking powders for the New York Edward Everett Hale has a double In fellow but the most modern metalicAgents For Madteea Ceanty if he were tridge breech loader There is nothing State Board of Health as well ay for Washington Senator Teller Thousands of dollars worth of sepSS ly would resemble John C Cal of the ley winder or old rcap hook or the Government says of the purity uud chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ shaved holesomeuess of the Royal Ko 3 0 houn Senator Dawes reminds one of tallow candle about Mr Fee He is a t It is more fatal to chickens than Wade Hampton btcm winding twine binding rkctric light I Uud the Royal Baking Powder erantJiAr 1icncfR rnmlinpil- - Rut the Ihe EEBSSDSE B is soil with tho Garfield oil President suggests the Emperor William Sena Â¬ man who keeps up with Ins command composed of pure and wholesome in- Â¬ discovery of a remedy that positively I Where Are Ton Going guarantee of being tha BEST tor Hoar is the shadow of Horace That is the kindof a man the world ceeds gredients It is u cream of tarlai pow Â¬ cures it has been made ana to De con- Â¬ WiendoyoatartT WerafreaT TIIE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC C0AST- - la your party TOtat asoaat otHowsaay ihatcnnlaHADS fellows der of a high dtgree of merit and docs vinced of its efficacy only requires a pose as The old h eififct or fiieelv Judce Edmunds might txS8a89 have year What roate do yea prefer T not contain either alum or phosphates trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for Upou rrceipt ol an answer to tfee afcoT quesÂ¬ a model for Su Jerome Eugene Hale wont do in this age tion yuu wSl be furnJsbed free ot expense wMb are twins And we would not have it thought that or other Injurious substance one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ mid the Plumed Knight AGENTS WANTED the lowest KB SmShi A ihSi abo E G Love Pji D anteed If after using two thirds of Senator Dolph looks Richmond thinks the Glade is drawing too Morniiis and Bontli without change In nppearauce the Important Cities of the quiet heavy upon the county Treasury Let satisfactory to the house- Â¬ a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly It is highly Vlil JFaUoavMeEi atria Inform- - 61 like old John Brown and the wfli tare troobte tuna and money A geata wM dignified face of Senator Gorman calls her build road after road Richmond keepers of this vicluity where the satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken ELQRED6E MANUFACTURING CO RUNNING THUOUOn CARS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IN eaH la persoa ffbero necetaary Parties aot T Â¬ UllJy Jtiine TWENTY EIGHT HOURS ready to answer above questions sfaoald cot eat to mlud the familiar esomitenauce of precinct will continue to help But Rich Royal Baking Powder is iu general Cholera return it to the undersigned UELVIDEHE IlXii and presetTe this Eotlce lor latere Nferraee 14 mond precinct has long since gotten about use that the investigations hi the and your money will be refunded Couulry Travelers hnve R choice of two kinds of Sleeplne Car on may become useful Address C H WiaaEf Wniinn the Father of his ftpCClUl JAOllLl QUEEN AND CRESCENT IIOUTE Unnnn KlegRBtBoa General Passenser Aarat BU PauL Minn she can have and Glade analysts in Mnsi achUfetU New York WILLIS STOCKTON all the turnpikes Feb 22 6m dolr lluflet Cor and Iullmaiix Finest lliluce Buffet Sleeper State Room Pattern it came anil Ohio the only States that has thus au241y The great stallion Wheeling Wilkes ought have been more liberal when off the far taken action upon this important vote As to killing connect with th QUREN xt l i by George Wilkes dam by Edward to the railroad llUiUljr JXll UlU JJUilUlIlg AViUllUilUS AND CUBSCKXT la His exist In tliounands of by V C Crom- road through Richmond with flic hopej of subject agree iu clawing it au the pur- Â¬ Ki Wonilem are tKirpasMKl by the I Wf paweneerx holding tickets vh thw Mne nr Mifineeota Leads tbe World Grnnil Central Union Depot In Cincinnati Everetl has been sold forms but Berea that was entirely too est aud most efliulent baking powder therefore saved transfer across the City and are assured a journey attended with speti marvels or liiventfcu Those wlio well of Lexington to M R BIssell securing it to VHh her stock dairy and grate ttrodoeta comfort and cenvenlence nr 111 iiaaiI nf tiniflbihle wort that -- -r- -f M was shall Rich Â¬ In the market c r ting onn be done whllo living ol home hhould nt of Grnud Rapids MIeli for 10000 remote The question lands sxnuowtto oa lor the Pleturtsqae MiMkaudihelr address iiHlHllettt o Port- - vimil lUilUl illlu via- - Queen and Crescent Southern States Use ot tin say tresis For laiiroad nrtasssafeeaiaaete i saasa Pepper of Frankfort the mond or Winchester have the road ratac Also of R P htturini Inud Mnine and aooaea j ooonranar juki miiinnsi iii oc James Miller of SuimyMde near nn now enuer receive free full om mm i preparea by But Richmond is in the swim and will do ui u 11 wacna b m Dotigola by Ouward dam wuii an exoerienced set ot neral 5 S per day ami upward- wliin ver l General Offices St Paul Building West Fourth St Cincinnati Ohio JK Pawngrr AgM St br f Sentiment the Eli act Judge Goodloc says the Purl eold to N A Randall of India- Â¬ from five Yon ore started free iltpimi not hand to do all kinds of house buUdmg JOUNCOAULTv HCOLLBRAN lliey Harold for 1200 MSTHUH ea u n General PasseagerAeat General Manager chestnut colt rtqulred Some have mnde over ou u i an J repairing Give him a call for Glade has never gotten but 9000 and napolis a AefcfosSoofcH R- - X RYAN by Madrid dam by Pilot Jr Klngleday otlhlsworlc AUsuocced R CARROLL by Favorite Wilkes for SI 000 mar General Superintendent- the iron bridge is in Kirks ille Assistant GeaeralFasesgarAcest nov 30 ly fJneUtf 2000 Â¬ The Novelties and New Goods in every department cause all who visit the pring Goods JlSSfS Goods BUSY BEE CASH STORE YOUTHS and CHIIDHEFS CLOTHING Curtains Curtain Trunks Yalises - have been coming in for the past week and will continue for two weeks when we MEFS BOYS will have on hand the most complete line of Footwear Furnishing in Central Kcntucy and Hats Carpets We have taken special pains in selecting this stock to get the most Stylish Durable and Comfortable Shoes in the market Bear 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 fgdl Anything we have in winter goods will be sold at greatly reduced prices JALLftGE JOSSES r ib Mood RAMSEY OLDHAM THE CORNER SADDLERY with will i the rhere nsbly ti 1 POWELL and land lerip- asera have year JriDg Fire Iiisurajice Kar Stoop Library Lamp s QilirprJlntprl Friiirnc Rleb Belle lOK tcakee a the 32 M and For leocil apolia Â¬ Â¬ They can not be surpassed in style or workmanship at V very Style and Variety of Harness sakiBg Why taking lenatna aer eat THE PRICES WE QUOTE Very best material employed in their ufacture at all i at PS X3 tin 45- - ra far ntt at Ken- ON if you see them because you cant help it What Xuxss3 j23 mjMi Yen They Are Precisely Â¬ Â¬ Our stock of Queens ware and ware and especially our Decorated Dinner and Tea Sets is full and attractive I ant Jaral angst e It I sola jmedy Itre rsis xsor W C GORMLEY CO t 57rs els- and other Staple Groceries Goods COFFEES SUGARS TEAS also Canned BEST GRADES OF A D RUFF of all s and 8 DP THE ARIER JUIQAW yoa ary ION- - our as ue of 4 t STREET J Jul x y g4 1HS M JEWELER I y can k the jgliaii senp- roeer 117 use a 01 y are o not bead 3 Ss f 1 S I loroon lOSces Demo- - STAPLE FA2TCY E00EEIES a 12 Ul and ware TOIBuOOOS SB1 OIGAHS REPAIRING BRING IN immfeimisa Sift Old Gold ASK FOR THE Â¬ gs GL P G Remedy I Mrs OTIEEH MD CIU3SCEHT ROUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads Mag WILLIS PriGipal Points iltllffl id Snfoiit wooden-mould-boar- d Mglit Trains aSffiaMS latter Qnirl Mnn 1 H KEIiXdET TuiY m r TilT SAL lgbat psmt l Trarel - two-year-o- 48 whMs CtSfVfA- -j jr bxvi e rl ml r w 7 THE CLTMAX PO BUSHES EVERY WEBKE6BAY PLATFORM AND RESOLUTIONS We the Democratic parly or Ten Â¬ nessee in convention assembled reiter-ate-odevotion and adherence to the principles of the party expressed and advocated binee Its foundation We be- Â¬ lieve in equHllty of all men before the bur that public office is a public trust and that honesty and competency are the true tests for public position Seeawl We beleive that the message am ail m Inst ration of President Cleve Â¬ land have been wk e and palrloiic for whieti he deserves the thanks of the Iepte of all elapses and In all and we deolsre it as our opin Â¬ ion that it is bettt for the whole peo ple that be should be renominated and r eieeted 1hird That tl views of the Presi dent in Mn message to OnnreM in re rhhI to lite tarifTare Mire JefTeiboiiiaii Demoerwey and souwl stattmaiifbii therefore we heartily iitdorse likt viewtt as exnrefed in sakl message Fourth WeitihMVtiiat elaiHeof the hart National Democratic platform wttidi deelars that we are opMMed to all proportions whieii upon any pre Â¬ text wouM convert tlie general govern sneM into a machine for eolieeiiiif taxes to he distributed anion lite Stales or the eiihseutt thereof Fifth We view with sail faction ihe soeeewtfnl niaiiagmeut of fstale iFHirb for Ihe pas two years by the Demo Â¬ cratic party of Tenns ee Sixth We look with pride upon tlw ur Â¬ -- fcix PRICE BY THE Pmintikg Co Emtors- thoiight hed have some ftln by running CONCERNING FARMERS hie horse over his half breed wile and At the sale of Chiiiii Morgau stud ISbelbyvtlla BeuUnel lOthl killing her She grabbed a long heavy gap between the two ends of the gold watch chain which he had round his Lexington 40 head 29835 The Louisville Southern is being rapidly neck pulled him off his horse and twistMeadow At the sale of Edgeweod closed Monday afternoon the track- Â¬ ing the chain choked him to death thnrpe yearlings Lexington May 9th layers from Ibis end of the line com- Â¬ The Richmond Gas Light Co had a 36 head averaged 401 25 Â¬ ALMOST COJlPLETEbv Book maker Riley at Lexingtpn mourns the bi of his little box con- Â¬ taining money checks jewelry and other valuables to the amount of 7800 The box was stolen from the safe of tbe Phconlx Hotel where It had been placed for safe keeping 1 vSd Aft ILL PAPERS IP LARGEST STOCK NICE PAPER AT 10c UP GOLD PAPERS 15c I FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE f 1KIt YKAK MAY i 150 18SS WEDNESDAY HKMOCRATIC PBIXARY At a meeting f tite Democratic sii Couaty OmBtitlee beM t tle Mwli N vtiomtl Bank mi Tttenlay eve HianfHiH oiiie May 1 1S86 it ly ord red that a Demeeratie iHimary w eleetfoit be UeW m StHrdy Jhm 9 Nb iii MiMiteoM eottttty for lite pur It e of selecting a Democrat te H4mh-ii-- e fur8berM at tlte August ett etfeMi 1 iiimI that a in41 be ttfteoed at eneli 4h s in said tiie rrgMtar votive fountjrta receive ami record lite Yttlt s ca t All legal Vdtetv wito have Iteretufefe u with the Demoentie party and a I tmmg meat hIm4m1I be entitled to Ueir Urst vote at Ue Augu t eiec tion 188S aiMt who nletlce themselves Ik -- uifuri tke iMHMiiie itf tin Detuo- rutir wrty Hill be entitled to vote in i J primary The pa Ik will be rftened at 6 oclock a Mr and retitaiu mien till 7 fietttek lublieeiHIsyaem inaiguraled by the C D Chknaiit State and we belive that the State rm ClwirmaH D C V should eonlinne to tnaiutaiu improve pleted the road to tbe Quiets creek bridge and are bow employed in level- Â¬ ing up laying side tracks etc The men working on the easteru section crossed the Shelby ville and Ilockbride turnpike at Clarks mill Tuesday alternoon aud are now nbuut three miles above the bridge As they are working with the track laying machine their progress will be rapid and by Saturday night the two ends will probably ineet at the bridge Tlio struoture however Is not quite coin completed and another week will probably elapse before Louisville and Hsrrodsburg will be connected by steel rails At that time freight will be noeived all along ihe line On the 21 Mt it is tlie Intention of the manage ment to put on regular passenger trains between Louisville aud Shelbyville Tlie track laying machine with which the work on the eastern section is being done is an ingeuious contriv- Â¬ ance the working of which must be seen to lie understood No adequate description of it can be given but some idea of the process may be gleaned A train Is made up of the number of ears desired containing the ties rails etc to the front of which is attached Â¬ Â¬ painter putting a sign on the front of their building When he had gotten the letters painted on up to and including L a man came along and asked w hat tlie L kind of a sign that was The painter replied that if the man would wait a while he would give him some L ight on the subject Courier Journal let go both biters one day last week as follows Gov Gordon of Georgia has respited Wm Hopkins who was to have been hanged in Rabun couuty to day Hopkins and his brother stoned a stranger to death because he came to church wearing a biled shirt When Hopkins asked and store clothes his father a few days since to come and see him hanged the old man expressed a willingness to do so if the ground should happen to be too wet to plow SILVElfcREEK The Mr W S Hume aud E C Kelson attended the raced at Lexington last weeK At tbe sale of yearlings by Bruce Tobacco Market Kidd Lexington May 8th 47 head Louisville Tlie raede 22409 or au average of 47680 BrUlover Durrelt Louisville Tobacco Ware House At the sale of Lakeview Dixiana The sales on otir market for the week McGrathtana yearlings Lexington just closed amount to 1211 hhds with Tuesday of lost week 65 head sold for receipts of 2S4 hhR for tlie same 31600 or an average of 46815 period Sales on our market since A Dultith dispatch of Ihe 14th says January first amount to 326G7 hhds Developments iu the wheat situation Tlie receipts and sales of hurley tobacat Dtiluth last week have been of an co continue exceedingly small on our unusually interesting aud important market and prices are gradually im- Â¬ character aud Duluth seems to be at- Â¬ proving We are in receipt of numer- Â¬ tracting more atteutiou than ever be- ous complaints concerning plant beds fore This is due to the fact that the aud it would uow seem impossible to to- Â¬ prospects of winter wheat are poor and make an unusually large crop of following quotations fair- Â¬ Duluth with over 9000000 bushels iu bacco The store has nearly one third of the total ly represent our market for Barley tovisible supply of the country The last bacco Trash not colory aud tobacco dam- Â¬ week representatives of a half dozen aged by freezing 3 50 to 600 leading New Yurit exporting firms Colory Trash 600 to 1000 have been here nnd it is reported that Common Lugs not colory 600 to all or nearly all have been buying 900 wheat All arc eagerly watching the Colory Lugs 900 to 1200 situation which is intensified by the Common Lear 1000 to 12 00 fact that of the 9000000 bushels here Medium to good leaf 1200 to 1600 one half is held by carriers and 3000 16 00 to Select or wrappery leaf 000 bushels of the remainder is iu the hands of shippers to go to New Yok 2000 Tiie New York men interviewtd on the situation all talk bearish They say that later reports from the wiuter wheat sections than those which were made the basis of the late Government crop report show improvements aud that the prospects in the Northwest lor a big yield are excellent that the flour market is overdone and Minne- Â¬ apolis mills can not run mtc i lougerat their present rate but will largely cut down their production while the coun try elevator companies acknowledge toS000000 bushels still in their houses and that as soon us the production ot flour drops oil the wheal will flow to Duluth and that now held by carriers will be forced on the market Till- view is not taken by uny ot the big houses here Reports come trom Min Â¬ neapolis that only iwa mills have a supply or wheat and that others are picking it up where they can with the lesiilt that cash wLeat is all being taken at a heavy premium Tlie re Milt here is that there is au unusual demand for wheat and orders from the never varies A marvel of Till outside seem to show that Duluth purity imwder nnd wholesomeness More strength economical man me ordinary minis ami holds the key to ihe wheat situation cannot lie olri In competition with the mul just now One Chicago firm bought titudes ot low test Kliortwelehl alum or phos- only In cans RoVAI nearly 500000 bushels Saturday Few Bliate powitere Sold 100 Wall Sl N Y Iowdek Co holders care to let go their wheat jlyl iy aud the market is iu a tenee c ndition After Monday slocks are expected to decrease rapidly and after a few weeks all the wheat left here will be iu the hands of the carriers holding for eleThere will be a meeting of tlie stock Â¬ vator charges holders of the Richmond and Barnes Mill Turnpike Road Company on FRI- Â¬ DAY the 2d day JUNE for the pur MATRIMONIAL pose of electing President and Direct ors All the stockholders are requested Only three marriage licenses issued the to be present at the Madison National past two weeks R N Walker Susan Bank on that day at 2 oclock v it A Sims Jasper N Hampton Mary S S W DeJaknatt President Hamtn Allen Aldridgc Jennie Hendricks may 6 3 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of Crooke new Dry Goods and Merchant Tailoring firm Urmston invite the public to inspect their Bennett Big Reduction in Prices UP Extensive Spring Stock which was carefully selected in the eastern experienced buyer markets by an IHDOI SHADES DRI 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 LARGEST STOCK Big Reduction in Prices NICE SHADES COMPLETE DADO SHADES 45c 60 cents UP Picture Frames LARGEST STOCK Big Reduction Some of the farmers are plan ling their corn over on account of the out worms Messrs Ed Hester 1 W Tribble and A Campbell attended the Grand Commaudery at Maysville lost week PEUKIXS A good the car containing the machine Sec- Â¬ Choice Silks Henriettas Serges cc De Boges Cashmeres Lace Flounces of all kinds in Prices IN ALL SIZES AND KINDS Have just received and have in operation a new patent machine for the making of Frames which makes a perfect job in every particular Tlte Ohio tliill K lit I uter DeocntJe to dav Cotiven- - State Competitive Drill Military Encampment at Nabrille Mar 21st to 2tk ukI The Democratic State Conven i ui will assemble in Lexington t day Mr at one oclock will W veland endorsed r a second term and good ouid low tariff platform will be ixpted i control the same Seventii We favor such reform in our penal system as will separate minor couviots and offenders of low grade from Imnlened criminal aud will reduce to a miuiuum the competi tion between oolvmjI and free labor IStghth We aieopptwed to all mono ptdies aitd Trnsts organizeil and operated to fix tlte trice of commodities W lo dejtrive tlie laborer of the jnsi reward of lit- - toll mih THE UHJ1SVILLE SOUTUBItX ICoarter Joaraal Senator Harris apH eeiaies the -- t i x i ii ior bestowed uikmi him by cral counties indorsing him for legale from the State at large tlie St Louu convention but will not allow his name to go fore the State Convention at iogton to day The Supreme Court of lie I nited States has aflirnted tlie decision of the Louisville court eljudgiuc that West Virginia cnii iot have from Kentucky tlie ILitfieldg and McCoys so those kliows will have to answer for murder in pike county The Court of Appeals has affirm ed tlie ease of Dave Roberts wlo s convicted in the Morgan Cir c it Couurt a year ago charged willi murdering J L Kendal in Morgan county in 1564 and sentenced to the penitentiary for life A iK tilkm for rehearing will prob ably be filed in tlie case Roberts - confined in the Montgomery imty jail for safekeeping Mt suriing Seutiue Doniercrat Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i- Tlie Tennessee Democratic Con viionhat been in progress for Aeek The Ixme of contention i - Mae nomination of a Governor J lie present Governor liobt i ivlor is in the lead lut lias not t majority over his competitors A -- dark house is probable tiovernor Taylor it will be recall t d is the Democrat wlio ran ajrainst his brother a Republican ht Governor The brother has li cently been nominated for by tlie Republicans i Con--a--- s TARIFF It is tlie prevailing idea at t Islington that the universal opinion of both parties whether expressed by individual members he Senate ami House or bv Nate conventions so far as they ue ret spoken is that the eoo i iiiiical questions are to be sole i we ot the presidential catnjiaign What amount ot tax shall be J led upon what articles and hcther or not for tiie benefit of 1I1 common treasury or certain interests or combinations these uc to be the overtopping ques tions upon which tlie Democratic a J ministration is to stand or fall i Â¬ WM IftfiSIDBS A Washington iy- eoiTespondeut a h house pretty well in cheek THE TARIFF At the Woodburn sale of yearlings Below we give a tabulated statement property of A J Alexander of Wood- Â¬ Npringer Cox BucknerMcCrery of the work of tlie State Board of ford county nine Falsetto colts sold Hatch or Crisp He never calls Equalization as It aflecta the counties for S73S0 an average of 816 66 Three of this district Also statements of Kiug Alfonso colts made 1275 an cm either Milh or Breckinridge as lie pirposely leaves thorn on the general result of the Boards work average of S42 5 one colt by Lisbon LAMBS rEXSOKALTV 1600 four by Powhattau S1850 the floor to manase the debate -average 46250 eleven fillies by King S 3 3 3 tor their side All of these he A A ft ft iC 7320 average 665 45 one Alfonso does call upon make good presid Â¬ a A by Pat Maloy 1850 Three fillies by COUNTIES r r r - r Falsetto ing officers Cox inakos the best 1875 average 65833 two technically perhaps having had i fiillies by Powhattau 400 Tnu c 18 more experience but McOreary 2 colts sold for 13125 an average of o c McMillin and Crisp conduct 17 Hllies 511645 average 7J916 kg themselves in tlie chair with a Apslewn 4 67111 The 35 Head made 2468011 8ye 8 te dignity tnat is very pleasant Gamvrtg m i an average of 70485 m 6 TTTU in behold They also lioW the JHlb CsaaaiaBSjftC aaaa J HttHffiHiri MMtJBBB -- that during tiie pending de lute on the tariff bill in Committee t the Whole Speaker Carlisle very sewom in tlie chair It is noticeable that in selecting a pro tempore Chairman he always cills on one of the following gen- Â¬ tlemen McMillin Richardson Tiie cxeun HHi to Shelby ville Friday was an event of more titan ordinary interest and far more than ordinary importance to Louisville The Louisville Southern was design Â¬ ed to coniKt t with tlie Cincinnati Southern ami give the city the full advantage of a clo e relation with that entire system of road The enterprise has been tlie work of Louisville busi Â¬ ness wen ami capitalM who believ- Â¬ ing fully in the value of competition were willing to jait up their own money in order to obtain the full value or open competition between the three great systems of railroads which divide between them the terri- Â¬ tory lying between ihe Ohio river aud ihe Gulf These systems are the Louisville and Nashville the Chesapeake and Ohio ami the Queen and Crei cent wnich latter by the building of the Louisville Soutlieru obtains a direct and lude endeiit line to this city It is sometime objected that where combiiiHtiou Is possible competition Is imiosMMe bHt combination which k roysoouiieliiuii It never possible for any length of lime Competition does not necessarily imply a war of rale- - but it meant a steady reduction of rate a constant looking for means for treat m new bu inets or controll Â¬ ing tlie old and as a result we live ioaerralec laHler aeemimodaintn a iH oader S4rit of coojH ralMHi more frtijtn ut trains ami in every wa better strvk e To inte from the report of tlie IUilroad Uonnii4ners lbS 5 while lliere is pjreiil liar mony and satistaeiory running between these ihree sys terns of ro4i- - tliere U also a healthy competition between tliem aud more between rival towns and industries along the Hue of road tlie value in Mich a line is not confined simply to securing competi Â¬ tion to tiivtmit iiuls It brings a great dty Into elc er ami more ilirtet eonneetHMt whh its neiehbors It runs through a section thst has been more or less distant from a railroad station ami k strikes certain poluts that have lrteferred became of trin trhedule or other aeeom modal Ions to go to Cin- Â¬ cinnati Another route means more train more frtipteut opportunity to get to Louisville aud better and closer business relatious with the whole Slate of Kentucky It is the multiplicity of roads that is steadily redtteiHg loeal rates Every railroad crossing establishes a new center of competition and calls for a re adjustment of rate along the w hole line These forces move slowly but with tlie iuetHableuesB of tlie power of gravitation A new road is a benefit direct ami Indirect to a city or State Tlie men wlw make our roads to day are entitled to the same consideration as the road makers in pioneer days they work to ihe same purpose but as they have greater resources so they work whh greater efleet tions resembling ladders with revolv- Â¬ ing spokes but larger of course are extended the whole length of the train I heso spokes are kept in motion by a series of endless cbaltis worked by the machine and the ties placed on them from the rear car which is uulomltd first are rapidly carried along the gaugway down into a shoot which projects possibly 15 feet in front of the machine where they are received by the convicts and placed in position As fast as Ihe ties will admit the rails which are carried on tlie front car are htced in position ami luuriedly spik- Â¬ ed down by another set of hands and the train moves up that inucli further Working in the rear of tlie train is a large force of hands securely fastening tlie rails The whole process is more rapid than one would imagine possible aud is a big advancement on the old method of track Iayinc DEMOCRATS IX ESTILL COUNTY White Goods in great quantity We have in Laces Ribbons Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Gloves and Parasols all that can be desired rain is needed in this vicinity The tobacco fever has fallen to zero Rev O W Young preached at Anti- och Sunday Grover Cleveland son of W S and M J Sowers died May 4th iu his fourth year Mournnot dear father aud mother for the loss of the little one he has gone before you to that home where all is j y aud now awaits your coming with smiles so bright where lie can greet you with angels on that bright shore where parting will be no more Fattier aud mother broth Â¬ ers and sisters weep no mote He is an angel now prepare to be as near him in Gods sight as he was ami there you may hope to pee the blight face of your darling in that home so pure aud bright aud death and parting is no more erchant Tailorim With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the best New York school of art and design in gents1 garments experienced in the best houses of that city and versed in every detail of the business aided by on elaborate stock of Can Make ANY SIZE FRAME in 10 Minutes great reduction in price in store in medium and finest quality at a Have a large stock of MOULDINGS MIXED PAINTS -- AT A- - Big Reduction in Price Â¬ Absolutely Pure Francli Eilisi and American Suitings Ili At a meeting of the Democrats of Estill county on the 5th of May 1SSS at the Court house iu Irvine Ky the meeting was called to order by John D Winn Chairman of tlie Democratic Couuty Committee who explaiued the olject of tlie meeting and Johu D Winn was made permanent chairman nnd V P Smith re elected Secretary J W Whie W W Park Wm H Wagers V K Vaughn and A M Scrivner were appointed a committee to draft resolutions aud appoint dele gales to the State Convention at Lex- Â¬ ington to be held on the IClh day of May 1883 who report the follow- Â¬ ing 1st JJesolced That we approve the time and place of holding said convec- Â¬ tion 2nd That we indorse the admin- Â¬ istration of Grover Cleveland President oi llie united States 3rd That we indorse Ihe adminis Â¬ tration of S B Huckuer Governor of the Commonwealth of Keuucky 4th That V L Vaughn J M Rid dell W B Benton J D Winn Rubt liiddrll W T B William- - S S Vaughn A G Powell J H Thomas V P Smith Hugh Itiddell Jno W Vaiiclni Allen Beiilim John McKin ney D A Wallace O A Lyle It C Kliuiuon John Sams Robert Fluty Kuodes W Fluiv J K Kngle R M Qui Wnklie John P Miller J B Stacy John WIImhi Thos Kid well ami V M Snowiliii be and thev are hereby appointed delegate- - to said convention and thev are insnucted In cast Ihe ole of JS lill isHJiily for Rot Biildell for delegate from this Congressional lis rict to the Nnoual Democratic Convention it l Louis 5th I hut the proceedings of this meeting be Hlblished and the Conven Â¬ tion adjourn John D Winn Chairman V P Siuiih Secretary NEWS PARAGRAPHS John J Richardson phot and killed policeman Donelan at Lexiugton Sat- Â¬ urday night St Pauls Cathedral at Buffalo N Y burned Thursday morning as the re ult nf an explosion of natural gas The building was valued at 250000 insurance 60500 TROITSHRIIffS and VESTmSSS We are putting forth suits equal to the best made in this country Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us From 60 cents per gallon up to the finest goods made But the best is always the cheapest Remember this is my specialty I have beyond doubt the argest stocK that was ever brought to this city Turnpike Election EVERYTHING IN THE WALL PAPER AND PAINT LINE NE HAVE FOR SALE Â¬ Â¬ GENTS FURiriSEIirG GOODS Neck Wear Cuffs Collars J B Hoxie for many years Super- Â¬ intendent of the East Tennessee roud died at Knoxville Saturday A J Bryan ex Mayor of San Francisco unlaundried Handkerchiefs Shirts laundried and Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc STOCK THE LARGEST Prices Guaranteed ihe Lowest fca5Painting Graining Hanging at lowest prices and Paper attacked with vertigo while on a ferry- Â¬ boat fell iuto the Bay of San Francisco and was drowned Robert Teater of Mercer county was tbioivn trom his horse Sunday and kicked to death Oliver Vaufleet of the same county also died Sunday from injuries recieved iu the same way ten days ago Both were prominent young business men Miss Gussie Spur lock and Mr Zade Kidd were married at Ford on Wednesday evening the 9th of May iSSS Rev L ti ulanton pronounced the ceremony Â¬ DR C S HOLT ON Homeopathic WALL PAPERS in great quantity and variety elegant embossed gilt from Physician and Surgeon the cheapest to tho most Richmond Kentucky GEO Main St mar7 tf II WILLG1NG DECORATOR -Richmond Ky AJ MEDICINE MEX Kentucky didnt get an offioe at the American Medical Association in Cincinnati last week to wit President W W Dawson Cincin- Â¬ nati First Vice President W I ScLepck Kansas Second Vice Pres Â¬ ident P Fratik Woodbury Pennsyl Â¬ vania Third Vice Presideut H C Michigan Walker Fourtli Vice President J W Barlley Georgia Treasurer R G Dimgli on Pennsyl- Â¬ vania Librarian C H A Klein schmiUt Washington D C Trustees E Al Moore ICew York John H Hollisier Illinois Joseph M Tower Difttictnr Columbia Judicial Coun Â¬ cil W A Phillijts Kansas AM Pallock Pennsylvania A U Van Bibber Maryland J F Hubbard Indiana Charles S Wood New York J McF Gaston Georgia W H O Taylor New York George S Porter Connecticut Newport R I was cliieeu for the next place of meeting iu June of next year a BdUAMZIXQ TAXES ALEXANDERS SALE- - ZC -- wii ii j M hsat 4g- Jft r SMbr SfMICt - ii S i THIN COLUMN ae M RackCMrte- - i k 5 We are as unfortunate as Mr Riley who lost 8ooo by theft in LexiagtoittAst week We never had that much to lose therefore lie and kc are both minus The pay and expends of this board amounts to about 1609 for this meet Â¬ that amount ing thus leaving ilie Slate net from Its Bill Pitcher it one of Captain Spurtocks But the ob steamer crew Ford to Be ittyvile work only about f 1200 ject of tlie law la to ecjualte lux- Â¬ When die boat collects too much water Chairman t the ation not to inciease it Tlie boaid in the hull Bill pitches it out He is nioui pttmaieu The Ieuls tlierefore a pitcher of water ttiiventHi was loudly applauded adjourned Tuesday We have but one lalure jassed an act changing l lie when he sai J On of our correspondents wrote last candidate but tie is worth more than present law and providing a board w ith week that one man struck another on the Republicans samewliat similar towers coroKed others wit together all arm with a rail and broke it We have want to eleot the Dkwdy shirt pensoui- - of five members ihe Auditor to be one j beo unable thus for to discover whether we want a set of principles aud the others to be appointed by the lied but it was the arm or the rail that was broken Governor one from each Appellate J personified in Grover Cleveland diclaj District At Williston Dakota the postmaster Anderson News 11 lb At tj oeau aa lWiotc rcraawOByaoi4i4 tth Dal JOS A COHEN M B Per J F Cotra Sac Tlie Ifriratie Slate Onveiithms now b- - mg bent Indicate ekatrly the trend or publkt tuoUKht relative to Tariff KefortH Yesterdays resuha may be MHMmarial as follows Jlary laod indorses the Administration and 0 cetera in favor of tarifl re virion Alabama is anallerably opposed to the present war tariil We demand a reftirm of Um tariff and a redaeUon of the surplus hi the Treasury by a re Â¬ duction or taiift taxation ami Ten Ji an il iudwseo the admini tralion of ire Ment CJevebmd and his lecfot nieft8Ke to Cungrjap Ver lu of SUM Amml - t on 1SS7 ja 7 It h a No Sir tlte County Clerk is not in jail fellow of a similar name 4f A man in Richmond brought on some Iwreate wcr rt MAj W raited W Vetti Jmjaa ot his spring geodc latt October It was Amm Lt rmbed r Board Donelson he brought on a lot of buggy Amaaat af Pcnoaalitv raiwd by Board- springs as Lm4 Awut at Taw Tatal wsn9 4lv9a Was it AmmbriHe or a real bar that was on the town last Wednesday JU ftfj f m tit ieee Â¬ Mr Frank McMahan late of this place Office Main and Miss Fannie M McMena of Ohio Office hours S Street over DM Brights o to 1100 A Mt 2 00 to in Indian Territory on were martied 400 P M Special attention given to disea es of Thursday May j iSS The bride is a women and all dithcult chronic cases teacher in the Indian schools Patients treated at a distance and Homeopathic medicines sent to am- - ad- Â¬ L T Eastin Treasurer of the Eastern DIED dress mavi6 iy Asjluin fur the insane at Lexington went to that institution Friday to pay Hanim Kelley died nt his home in the employes Leaving 600 on n table in one o the room- - he went nut for a Estill county Ky on Tuesday night few moments locking the door behind May 8lh ISSS of patalysis agid 76 a unlive of Estill him Oil his return he found that a years Deceased window had been raised by some one county aud was buried near his home Was Ihe father of W H Kelley of aud the money stolen Itichiunnd A child two and a half years old Mrs Joe Whie died at her home in attempted to diiuk Iroui the spout of a hydiant iu Cincinnati It placed its E till couuty Ky 011 Tue day night American Assets Cash - 6793575 82 iiioiiih over the spoilt and turned on May 8th 18SS after au illness of only Losses paid in 40 years iu 11000000 CO U S exceed - - tlie water From some unaccountable nine days Deceased was i sister of Gentry of Richmond and L cause the mouth closed so tightly on R the spout that the child could not pull leaves u husband two daughters two Solid Prompt and Honorable away and the foice of the water being sous nnd numerous relatives to mourn great the little thing drowned before its her loss Does tile LEADING AMERICAN BUSINESS mother could reach it although within Mrs Fannie G Tipton died at her a few feet of it home near Speedwell Madison couuty policies wiiittk by The murder and robbery of Lizzie Ky on Tuesday night May 8th 18S8 SMITH POWELL Agts OToole at E K Junction on the 13th after au Illness of only one day Her Richmond Ky myl6 eowtf lied of December Usr is to be avenged sister Mrs Mary Aun Shrout William Stamper was found guilty at three weeks before at her home iu Conper couny Missouri after au illGrayson and sentenced to life impris These sisters onment A jury was impaneled on ness of only six hour Moores case nir the same offense and were daughters of Powhattau Shearer he pleaded guilty The jury was out who Uvea in Madison county 011 Ken- Â¬ ten minutes returned a verdict of tucky River not fur from Jacksons guilty and gave him a life term iu the Ferry He has outlived his wife two penitentiary Ed Mace who turned sons and two daughters nnd has but informer has not been disposed of one child now living The burial of AND Mrs Tipton occurred at her home the Senteuce has not yet been pronounced iu the caes or Stamper and Moore Amos Ellison place on Thursday Rusoii Stamper fourth party iu tlie Alexander Tribble died at his home case proved an alibi and is out nu on the Big Hill turnpike 41 miles from bund for his appearance before Hip Richmond In Madison county Ky Is prepared to do au Kinds of grand jury to answer to the charge of on Sunday morning May 13th 1888 conspiracy Tlie evidence was clear aged 78 yeats The funeral occurred aud eleven of tlie jurymeu favored on Tuesday and the burial in the BUILDING AND CONTRACT capital punishment while one was fur Richmond cemetery at 3 oclock of WORK acqtlital same day Deceased was a native of and always resided in Madison coun Â¬ AT THE MOST VIEWING TIIE PROMISED LAND ty He was a member of ihe Christian church n Democrat and a farmer He Squatters on the Ground Awaiting the was au excellent business man and an estate of 250000 accumulated Opening of an Indian Reservation which he disposed of by will There ex- Â¬ Will furnish drawings plans and Great Falls Mont News of the ecutors were appointed Mrs Tribble specifications at any time opening of the Black Feet Reservation Mr Zan Tribble and Mr Thomas D is awaited impatiently Office at liis residence on Uallie- here and Chenntilt Ihe sum of 5000 was set throughout Northern Montana A aside for a monument 1000 was Irvine Street lorge number of persons have gone to given to Mt Ziou church 1500 June22 tf the reservation to locate nuiche mines to Mis Nickerson who had lived fit aud town sites The desirable valleys his house a small arm to Rev T J are fairly covered with tents the great- Â¬ Tribble and other bequests were est rush apparently being to the Big made The executors are to conduct Sandy the famous hay grounds Sold the estate in the most profiial 1 mau The attention of the public is respect iers as well as civilians are on the uerduring the life of Mrs Tribble At grounds aud when news comes that her death she has a right under the fully called to the Pknn Mutual Life the bill is signed theie is likely to be n will to dispose absolutely of one half of Insurance Company of Philadelphia rush Bullhock Valley beyond Fort the esiute the remainder to go to tbe The Penn Mutual issues all approv Assiuibolue is all staked off aud the relatives of Mr Tribble Mrs Tribble ed forms of Life and Endowment Policies tents of the squatter may be seen el was a Chenault Deceased was the Surplus being available in reduction of along the valley of the Milk River largest tnx payer Iu Madhou county the second and succeeding payments There is a silver Iodo In the Bear Paw nnd sold larger aud better lots of fat such returns of surplus have reduced the Mountains that was located Severn cattle thou any man who ever lived Iu average cost of insurance much below years ago It Is understood that several the county his cuttle often being ex Â¬ the figure of many first class competitors parties are on hand watching to locate ported to England He was a model Its Non Forfeiture and Extension this mine as well as to prospect for farmer a good neighbor an excellent systems are the most liberal extant full others Chicago Tribune citizen aud lived an enviable Chris reserve being applied at lapse to extension Ed TJhe President has now sigtied tian life He was uoted for his uni- Â¬ of original sum insured or to the pur- Â¬ the Bill throwing open for settlement form pleasant disposition In all persons chase of Paid Up insurance as may be the Indian Reservation iu Montana regardless ot rank or position xV large desired lflmayir concourse of relatives and friends fol Â¬ All Policies non forfeitable and after lowed the remains lo the cemetery two years incontestable When the General Conference of 111 The Pbnn is unequaled in financial Methodist church now In session in Excursions security Without security there is no New York refused to admit women as Bulnes mpti and settlers looking insurance Mere volume of assets gives delegates it stirred up a hornets nest for new lucaiinns or investments can no protection The real test is applied by and dont yon forget it For instance each all principal points hi Miuneso- of one fare fur insurance writers anl the authorities in la and Dnkofa nt n at a meetluK of He W mans Suflrage lotiuil trip by availing themselves State Insurance Departments viz The A MMiciit ion of Washington yesleiday the the excursions announced via the ratio of assets to liabilities In this res- Â¬ t the following resolution was adopted Si Paul Minneapolis Manitoba Ry pect the Penn stands at the head of the Jletolved That ii is the duty r every from St Paul Mian Tickets good list having now 124 of well secured as Â¬ Very low excursion rates woniHU in the Metli list denomination for 30 days have been made also via this line to sets for every 100 of liability present or to withdraw from ihe church where Helena and Great Falls Montana contingent Give s a call before insur the pastor upholds the action of tbe tickets good for four months Further ng elsewhere General Conference now assembled in particulars can be obtained by address T K Faulkner New Yoru iu refusing to receive the ing O H Warren General Passenger District Agent Office First Nat Bank Agent St Paul Minn or H E TopÂ¬ Â¬ noble womeu sent there as lay dele per DIst PaRsenger Agent 232 South Jerky A Sullivan gates Clark Street Chicago eow Local Agent Richmond Ky 9may3m CROOKE BEMIT k URMSTON Richmond Ivy apllS tf Cor Main and Second Sts i Irrerpl ni London JML HI JR S3 XiHsnber PEERLESS LEADS TIIE 1Y02LD In GoM for Ccvrl Snprrirriy c t Cj zpc I l atT ciunaw 11 1 an 1 rial run tsi SoOO mm mm AMD XaOB12 Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Shingles Laths iisri - jirt v Sough and Hressed mflyz Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky tf The BUYEBS GUIDE la issued March and Sept teach year It is an ency- jclopedia of useful infor-f motion for all who pur chase tho luxnrlos or the necessities of life We can clothe you and furnish you with all tho noccssary and unnecessary appliances to ride walk dance sleep cat fish hunt work go to church or stay at homo and in various sizes styles and quantities Just figure out what is required to do aU theso things COSFOaTABLT and you can makoafair cstimato of tho valuo of tho BUYEB8 GUIDE which ttiU bo sent upon receipt of 10 cents to pay postage 111 114 Michigan B H MYERS MEAL WILKES PUBLIC TRIAL Peerless Engines Engines Geiscr Traction and rortafcle DomcMc and Crcjmcry Steam xlang-- riow3 TIi- - Tlireilier and Cleaner Patent Varallo7 tion Feed IV Hoc 326J pacing Â¬ Â¬ WALLACE fdONTGOMERY WARD Avenue Chicago DL CO mch216m Sired by Gov Sprague 22oJ 1st dam by George Wilkes 2d dam Vandalia Latest Saw by son of Vandal 3d dam by son of market improved and cheapesttho MiU on Us Send for catalogue to American Eclipse and so on back GEISER MANUFACTURING CO thoroughbred 15 times TrAT5233C20 mHTLTS C3 TA I had rather have filly colts by Vandal We want agents and Invito correspondent Wilkes to keep for breeding purposes apr25 6m for my own use than from any stallion in Kentucky because he can pace faster than any stallion in Kentucky that will BEAUTIFY XOLB compare with him in high breeding Will stand at 125 To Insure a Living La Colt- - CQKTTR ACT OR FAEM for SALE wish to sell privately that portion of mv farm known as the Owens place four miles from Red House station Kentucky Central Railroad Madison county on the road leading from Otter Creek to Muddy B H apr 18 2m NEALE I THE TWO STALLIONS ESCORT AXO Reasonable Hates Creek The boundary contains KENTUCKY 1 and is well improved having a good The former a saddle horse and the hntll ristprn frantpn tiarn nnr rtth latter a harness horse bolh unex- Â¬ buildings good fences and an abundant celled for blood and breeding will u iivi4 iiiiiii haici 111 01 me frv land is In blue grass and has been for make the season of 18S8 at the twpnlv fiv vpnrs Thi nlir Mf Fair Ground Stables at 20 and be plowed with ease and is suitable for 11 i f ten ciuier mty or one 15 to insure O H Cdexault wuattu mil hundred acres The lanrl lc limMtnn aprl82m with ash sugar tree and walnut timber 1 erms easy R P McCORD mch2i tf Red House Ky if v ratenfcd HaJcfc FOLDING LAWN 03 Acres of Land CHIEFJE Ii Sr PEC0RD 240 The Penn Mutual Â¬ BROTHER TO YUBA 221 By Harold 1st dam by Belmont 2d Mambrino Oliief Roebuck Our steam engine and mammoth 3d 4th Whip ice cream freezer are now in posi- Â¬ Will stand at Silver Greek tion and we are prepared to fur- Â¬ Madison county Ky at 40 To nish Insure A Living Colt For fur-Â¬ ther particulars address us at Sil ver Creek T S BURNAM CO in any quantity at any time even feb20 3m on the shortest notice Milk Shakes with any flavorings desired DIHELLI Settee The only Settee ever niaUi will adjust itself to uneven groan 1 Light durable handsome and strcng Painted bright red and ornamented Prices Settees JlOmdWO Chairs SI 50 Rocker 300 each They all fold flat If your dealer dont teep thets ufc him to order for you from A2EBI0AHP0LDINS CHAI2 CO 1301 to 1323 N Mala SL Tho Peer of all LaTrn Seat Above cnt represents onr patr U tit ST 1AUII apr43m irT Palace Steamers DETROIT MACKINAC dalr OiSOaatt Summer Tours Low Tirer Trip pee Week ACKINAC Rum Cltr Fie arnaies ISLAND Et Iruioo CSoborrin Alpca HmJiU Owoda Sum Sturn Part Horoa Ot Kwrr Stmea Xuln DETROIT AND CLEVELAND Oun B77on Ticket Aseat or addna E WH1TCOMB Gon Pua Aw Dslroit h ClgTsIasd Sfsas Nniptl ia Co Wk Sax Snreea 1m Boom Soda Water from a splendid arctic fountain Jtr and A im Pamphlets Illustrated win onianM Satta and Szaaniea TIakaU Special Sunday Tape tfurlse a 1 ct Â¬ Fruite of evory kind Vegetables fresh and iu abund- Â¬ ance Candies in profusion Tobacco and Cigars Â¬ to order me hi tf S DINILLI CO DETROIT MICH apr 25 6m PATENT S KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS mayn JOHN DONELSONr apr4 tf Pboprietok Patents Caveats and Trade Mart procured Rejected Application Re Â¬ vived and Prosecuted All bnaine before the U 8 Patent Office prompt ly attended to for moderate fee udna cuarge made unlet Patent la wcureo Bend Jor Invenlora OuICs FRANKLIN H HOUGH tnay9 tf Washington 3C L sgjii THE CLIMAX r ji Great Campaign llffer Weekly Courier Journal has jG MAY WftDKESDAY iStS aw Ihe largest circulation or anv Democratic newspaper in the United Ktatts and its pulriMiers 10 further ex I eadiey needed Rin tend Its circulation oiler to send it postage prepaid from June 4th 1S8S to Coal 12 cent at Ford December 31st 16S8 31 isuee for Cut worm are on the rampage only fifty cents Subscriptions sent Macbeth won the Louisville Darby before June 4th w ill be entered from the time but tlne received after June 4th will be entered from the dale re Â¬ Cattrr pillars are worse tliau years ceived to expire December 81st 1SSS The rate to olubs of eight and over lias been aeloualy damnged by Fruit are extremely liberal A sample copy tbe frost of the Weekly Courier Journal m- Mr Ed Ilunley has gone to Iodian taiuitig lis great campaign oflercan oeprocurml free of charge by address Â¬ Territory for nu indufluite sojourn ing W K Haldemau President Blackberry winter has been on Courier Journal Company Louisville f jr several days demanding fires and Ky The cuberipMon price of the overcoat Daily Courier Journal without the ft Ten Dollars 10 a S Sapp is closing out his Sunday Mr crocery dry goods and shoe business year Pifce of Sunday Courier-Journis Two Dollars 2 a year at Million 3Tio Â¬ ISring It to Richmond An exchange xa T A Lee of Joviugton Jor the purpose of estab Â¬ lishing n tobacco factory In Cyuthiana proposes to put Into the compauy f 2 000 stock iucJuding his machinery and will remove his business to Cyn tliiann provMeil citizens raise a capital of 510000 Change in Faculty Jh low rales via the Kentucky Central to the Latonls races May 5h to June 9th Special Dan McMahaa was adjudged insane last Wednesday and sent to Hie asy Â¬ lum at LxhijtoH i Jolin J CorBeJisoii will be tried before Judge Toney in Louisville to day ou a writ of habeas corHi- Frew Daniel Mr Tom Goodrich occupant of the Tipton plaoe near Boon us borough this county had a beeah tree cut down a few days ago Twenty seven feet from the ground way discovered this inscription DAXI5L BOON A Line June 1777 The tree stood iu on obseure locality James Maupin a adjudged of un- Â¬ mind on last Wednesday and on ihe farm lialfn utile from the river sound and three mibs from llir 4d lort and ent to the Asylum at Lexington nobody knows any thint of iheiu A new liiue is being built on the scripiiou The letters have evidently jle of the Joel Collins Imu e on the been cut a long time and the tree wns Speedwell turnpifee recently burned an old one Whether or not the old pioneer cut his name or it was done Puidi boau for frieght are plj ing and Beattyville the quarter or half a century ago by some between Frd one for a joke on posterity h not for water beiug too low for the i teamer us to decide w Uncle Jinimi MaupDid any body ever t ee as little snow in who was raided out IteoiHl King Â¬ dunug wiuter and as little rain wind ston and is familiar with JJoones and hall during the spring as lor tbe Rock and other relics of ihe famous pioneer anil who happened lo be pres- Â¬ two seat oils just pasu ed ent when the tree was out had a Fec wilt go to Wau Prut P H Sullivan tion of theiree h bearing the Inwri keenei Kaiibai in a few dajat which tion cut out and is now luee erved t a clerkfhip in a j jiui lie ha secured Mr Goodih itn Mr Maupin his no land utHce Government I -i it Mm ji j o gt iiiiuit reitc at the advertisement of the Link At Majsville Liverpool and London and Globe In The large delegation of Knights burauce Company t Isewherf in tliis Powell agents Smith Templar wIm weut from Itiehmoud to iaoue MaysvIIle as named Uht week reMr W P Norri formerly of this turned ou Friday The reception of county s now manager of the Nation- Â¬ knights and Indies at the Temple was a al Collecting Company Kansas City trtillimit Hfirtir There were main ele office Loui vitle Ky Mo tionie gaiil dreoses worn by the ladies The A F Dudley was jeslerday elected music for the ball was TumMied by Tlie hop member of the Democratic County the Cincinnati Orchestra lasted till 2 oclock At midoight a Committee for lUchtutmd precinct and Ld Million for Foxtowu precinct splendid banquet was spread Tle Banquet hall u ill real three hundred Lexington It asked to subscribe 100 at one time The Seottirh rite or OK to the stock of the Louisville wa- - couferretl on degiee Southern mad in confederation of its John H Hall James K Lloyd and W exteuriou from Law reiiceburg to that C Miner all of Majhville Tlie rayi City tic shrine was given to a large class m Rev Sam Jones w hose roputatiun is Tlie ladies of the De Molay ommande national will lecture in Jtichtnoud ry received the ladles of the Maysville Ky June 5th This will afford our Commundery on the stenmerFIeet wood people an opportunity they rarely Sir Knight Horace January of Mays villewas elected RightEminent Granl have Oimniaiider At Washington Opera Grand Master A J Heeds excellent House there wns a eelect concert fol- Â¬ oration at Mt Sterling on the occasion lowed by installation of Grand ofliwre cf tlie69ih anniversary of Odd Fellow Â¬ by Sir W Larue Thomas Grand ship was pi inted in full in the Seuiiue Captain General Grand Encampment Democrat of the United Staten assisted by Right Eminent Sir William Ryan Past O G Kennedy chemist of Prof Grand Commander of Kentucky The Ctnrai Uuiversary and Mr Louis installation ceremonies were followed Louisville left last m eels Hut jn of by Rt Rev - by a Templar Athlreas Europe where both will enter uuiSir Knight T U Dudley Epkcopal vercitiei for the fumuier Bibhop of Ket lucky The Opera Lt ccuuty wili vote eatly in June House was tacked with Sir Knights ou Hie proposition to take S5KIJ aioek ami inviwd giit t A Imp at Musonic JitliKN I B ltailtoail E till Tempi bsouxht to Hn end the forty cjuati has not tt decided on either tirbt aiintul conclave the amount or date lhe iiroiMtbitMHi wil cany in both counties Tbe Leanatw Std The Ioiiatus Stud belonging lo E Jer W ii Stivtr and w Ife left Morgan were dispos Â¬ yeMeiday for Kansas City Mo to Messrs Chinu make that place their home They ed of on Thursday at Lexington by go rather late iu life but the good Mewar B G Bruce aud P C Khld wiLes of hundreds of people go with the latter officiating as auctioneer Forty odd head brought an average of tlitm 78189 Following are given some of Mr W P Maxejol MajhViHeageut the horses buyers ami prices Leoualii the head of the stud by fr Itidpaths Cyclopedia ofUuiverFa History has gone elsewhere alter a Lougfellow dam Semper Felix Clay sojourn ol revt ral weeks in llioliintmd Womlfird 5300 Uesold more than eU0 uorih I liooks Bom ie Mai hi Imp Bonnie here He is succewlul wherever he laid dam Imp Glenooe John St arks Â¬ Â¬ Half Fare Excursions The C I St L 0 By Kankakee Line will sell round trip tickets to many points iu Minnesota Dakota Nebraska Kansas Arkan as Texas and New Mexico at One Fare for the Round Trip Excursion dates for the West North west aud South west are March 20th April 3 and 24th May 3 and 22nd June 5 and 19h loSS hiit deKirtment during the summer Tickets will be good tot return thirty Prof Kennedy has filled the same days except to Texas and Arkansas chair for the past year at this uuivei which will be good sixty days For Flty full information please apply person Â¬ Mr J A Sullivan an alumnus of ally to nearest agent C I St L C Central University and a prominent By- member of tlie Richmond wasup J C Tucker G W P A 121 Ran Â¬ oiiiied instructor in civic dolph St Chicago III Prof J I Cleluud of Dacola wa C S LnFolletle W P A LaFay elected adjunct professor of English elte Ind mnl Mr D M Sweets of Elizabeth J H Martin D P A S E Cor town who will graduate this ear ad Washington awl Meridian Sts Indian junct professor of ancient languages apoli- - Ind The nreimratory department of tlie John Kgan Gen Pasir Tkt University will be under the manage Â¬ Agent Ciiicinniuuutl O ment of these two gentlemen 21 mar 3m A meeting of tlie Board of Curators Central University was held in Louisville on Tuesday night of last week Several changes in the faculty were made Prof L G Barbour D V chair of inatlieinutic waa given an assistant aud had hi chair extended 6o as to include physic Prof C O Crooks was elected assistant for that chair He lias lor the past two years been assistant professor of indent lan Â¬ guages and professor of Hebrew Prof F It CarlcbofJ who filled the chair of Latin for two years tendered Ida resignation will go to Europe next month and Prof It L Preston of Lynchburg Virginia was elected his Mr Preston graduated soceesior wiili Hie highest honors of his class at Hampden Sidney College and after- Â¬ wards iu aiiiieiit languages at the University of Viginia He taught for two years at Ogden College ill Bon ling Green but has been for two years pur Â¬ suing studies in Berlin aud Goetteugeu Germany lie will return iu time to eoler upon his duties iu September Prof O A Kennedy oi Louisville was elected lo the chair of chemistry and geology Prof Kennedy graduat- Â¬ ed at Central University four years ago taught two years iu Rugby Higli School and was Tor one year professor of chemistry at the Hospital College of II- - will sail at once for Medicine Goeiiengeii lo take a further course in of n mination of officers Their report zt follow was adopted President James Bennett Vice Presidents T E Baldwin Richmond John C Hcndren Poosey George Ames Glade Dennis Zittcl Ellis ton Miss Belle Bennett Foxtown Joe Jones KIrksville W O Thorpe Yates Mrs R P McCord Union S C Bogie Million T D Chenault Treasurer Miss Lucia Kurnam Secretary These officers compose the Executive Committee Messrs S E Scott R F Faris and Ti S Moberly wcrcapinted a committee on enrollment Prof B C Hagerman delivered an address After a sumptuous repast at the Court house Prof W E C Wright of Berea College sang a solo An address by Dr Henderson of the M E Church followed Prof Dodge was endorsed for re election as Vice President of the Kentucky Sunday School Union Prof Wright delivered an address The benediction was pronounced by Rev M Elliott The meeting altogether was a successful one and well attended Do you want pure drtigs and the best brands of tobaccoi and cigars You can find them at I J Brooks June22 BOUND TO GO HOWS THIS SHACKELFORD 1 GENTH S m CQij 1 0OKT3-3fc2IijO33L-- We oiler Oue Hundred Dollars Re- Â¬ ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure Iron and LARGEST STOCK The Largest Hardware FurnishingJgrieuland tural Stove House OF Tinware House in Richmond - F J CHENEY CO Proprs Toledo Ohio Halls Catarrh Cure is taken Inter- Â¬ nally net lug directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system Price 76 cents per bottle Sold by J apr25 lm J Brooks 25S nrrJhanrnnH tsJLa Ba vAm tsSaa tsSsaS Goods sS CATARRH CURE Hats and Furnishing IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY -AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR 110 R IN THIS TOWN We keep constantly on hand a large stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE of all kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON XAKERS MATE- Â¬ RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all goods in other Mm that we handle Special attention given to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts c for Tobacco Barns We are the agents for the moat celebrated lf A and reliable Medicinea are the best to depend upon Ackers Blood El- Â¬ ixir has been prescribed for years for all im puritiesoftlioBlood IneveryformofScrof nlous Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases itia invaluable For Rheumatism has no equal W G White Prescription Druggist f- JV Lung Disease Ifyouhavo a Cough or Cold or the children are threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough use Ackers English Remedy and prevent farther trouble It is a positive cure and we guarantee it Price 10 and C0 Sold by W G White Prescription Druggist Patronize J J Brooks the druggist trimming Front Ladies wishing Ihe latest styles In will visit Ihe Green We can not give you a in Richmond house and lot or a gold watch and chain with every Suit or Hat as we dont ask Farming Implements and Machinery you that extra profit but guarantee to We call attention to a few that we keep and are agents for give you more and better The Walter A Woods Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers gLoes iff Bich othing Hats Furnishing Goods con- Â¬ apr4 tf wonld enjoy your dinner and are prevented by Dys pepsia use Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets They are positive euro for Dyspepsia In-Â¬ digestion Flatulency and Constipation 25 and 0 cents We guarantee them Sold by W G White Prescription Druggist TC 3 J rY than you ever got before for same money Owing to backward spring we have cluded to br A family mngaizine contains a form- Â¬ ula for making soup which winds up Then let the frugal house- Â¬ this way wife sit on the stove aud stir constant- Â¬ ly Well we should say she would stir constantly if seated on a hut stove It is safe lo sny the rrcipe wont be Sturdy Oak Used very extensively Among the Northern Lakes COT DOWB OUR STOCK which is larger than ever and in order to do so we will almost sell them at The Buckeye Twine Binders Reapers and flowers The Celebrated Oliver Chilled Plows over 1500 of them having been sold hy as Thejr have no equal Meiket Steel Plows and Double Shovels None better James H Halls Steel Hill Side and Turning Plows The Celebrated Browns Walking and Riding Cultivators The Celebrated Big Injun Sulky Plow only has to be seen to knew tint it is the best in the market The Keystone Disk Harrow that is pronounced the best in use The Only Reliable Corn Planter Vandiver Rotary Ask alt whe have wd them At least 100 of them in use in the county The Evans Corn Drill the only one that has proved a perfect success Have sold them for years The Celebrated Bell City Feed Cutter both for power and hand espial to it Also a full line of other kinds of Feed Cutters The Celebrated Old Hickory Farm Wagon We have also taken the agency for the Croker Fertilizer and Chemical Co Fer tilizer that is pronounced the best in the United States Try k on corn tefcaeee potatoes and wheat in fact anything that grows flUi a SE IE blood Xe e tbe There wchly y and Id and r will with tfl 1 jserip- - of Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa Mis- Â¬ thir-tj-stco- nd tr Sit goes Frank fori 925 Eftic C by Imp Buckdeii dam Dont forget that Ed J Khemshie Grace Darling George W Suroggius jlan of Turkey will feature at Bronks Louisville 1000 towu tchool house this county on Jennie Roweit by Uncle Vic dam Saturday night May 19th ou Con Mam ilia Dr F E Orrigui 830 eiatitiiiuple Hiid its people their lan Â¬ Ia Belle N by Reform dam Me guage literature eui loms mauuers gara Clay Woodford 1050 e civilization religion songs MatlieT bj Imp Hillrl dam Jaco net W L Limmon 2000 Real Estate Transfers Ollie C by Alarm dam Madeliua For tbe past week iu Madh on county WKdford Brothers 975 Terry Perkins and wife in Etza The Teal half sister to Blue Wing IV km- - exchange of html by Hindoo dam Muudaue L iimi Elza Perkins aud wife to Terry G G Straus 1225 Perkins exchange of laud Yeteve by True Blue dam Linda W A Williams to Charles Eades Green Tliuiiin Sellers 92a i itcres 25 30 Chestnut colt by Tom Ochiltree dam If It WiKsIey aud wife to Izudura Jennie McKiuuey J D Morriseey Woolery 24 acres 8S0 976 Brooks and Furmau to M McUarty Bay filly by Oiioudega dam Semi Â¬ tjwu lot iu Richmond 309 tone E S Gardner Sumlel villa Tenu 1350 A Fall Iu Beef Bay filly by Leouatus dam Maitie One day last week Mr Wm Arnold F Clay Wixalfind 1225 drove a lot of fat cattle out the lied House pike As they were pausing A Fishttng Mail Clerk under the Phelps viaduct the train ran Saturday a negro and a while mail over it aud stampeded them One took possession Of the K C train and f the number scrambled up the en unukmeut and fell off a perpendicular when the conductor came for their lare diutauce of fourteen feet its back strik- Â¬ tlie negro cursed him and by threats ing tbe pike It got up aud joiug the and otherwise forced him to leave the Mail Agent James I Hamilton drove went on as if nothing had hap Â¬ car heard ihe noise but beiug busy at pened work paid but little attention to it Later he had occasion to pass from his A Ward From Away apriartmeut into tlie car for a drink of Eastgate Co Dueham Exo water The negro who was a burley April 1S88 28lh fellow advanced to Â¬ Bik- - I have just been reading a re-Â¬ side whiskered wards hlra and said You G d d d view of your Forest Grove herd of you didnt come in here Short Horni which appeared in yes s of n b The words u ere hardly after water terday sLive Stock Journal London As jour private catalogue is unusually out of his mouth before a blow between interesting I would feel exceedingly Ilia eyes from Hamiltons good right obliged If you would kindly 6end roe a fist laid him sprawling The negro called to his white partner to shoot copy-I keep a herd of Short Horns here Hamilton and ho made a motion to do so when quick as a flash he was laid 1 am sir Yours faithfully out from a well directed blow By this Wsi Moklkv To Col T S Moberley rtiohmond the negro had recovered his perpendic ular and made a lunge at Hamilton Madieou Co Kenluoky U S A who eent him lo grass again follow ing The Old Stock In Him up his advantage this lime by stamp Â¬ Kit Carsons sou seems as fond of ing the soouiulrol iu the face till the lylug men as the old man was blood flew In every direction By this Klyuu know was a Madison county time Stiver Creek was reached and the boy but wettf West went when well whipped pair sneaked off as best R Ing West meant a hazardous under Â¬ they oontd while Hamilton was con- takingand grew up with the eouutry gratulated ou all sides by the grateful A Fort Garland Telegram says He says lie uever was as passengers Bdy Carson a sou of Kit Carson glad that he did not Imve a pistol as e laraous scout Miot and hilled heVMiM certainly have killed both of Tliomas J Tobln in a fight jfest ertliy Ills assalhtiifx He was as bloody Tobit was a companion of Caron when he got here as a beef and wa ud amoNt equally famous His most not going togoy nny thing about Ids noled exploit wasMhe capture of the exploit had not some passengers told Mexican banditsthe Besides being a good official broth- - about it single handeil for whose canture Hamilton Is not afraid of his weight in rttlier dead or alive the Territorial wildcats and the man who monkeys d tlie United Slates Governments with him had as well play with dyna Â¬ ud offered Urge reward mite Stanford Journal 16th Â¬ Â¬ may2 2m venient trains complelo and elegant Agent Milwaukee Wi Mr and Mrs R L Gentry attended equipment splendid coHehes quick Best uncanvaseed Sugar Cured Hams the funeral of his sister Mrs White in lime and perfect road bed the C I St and Breakfast Bacon cant be beat at W Estill county and remained a week L C Ry Kankakee Line is the M Blounts First Street-apr25 tf among relatives speediest safest and best road be- Â¬ If you want lo spite your neighbor Mr Jos Pigg returned last week from tween Cincinnati and Chicigo steal his chickens If you want to do Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Minneap- Â¬ him nu act of kiudius tell him Gan olis and Keokuk lie as greatly pleased The tlal amount of bonds purchased teis chicken cholera cure will certain Â¬ with those cities and the c juntry generally by Ihe Government under the call of ly cure tiiem of cholera and that it is Jthn S Mahan of Lee county and J April 17 Including Fridays purchase sold and warranted by Stockton K Roberts of Beattyville ami Judge is SlSOSSGOw their cost Including the It Willie Robt Riddell JuJ3e W B Benton and premiums being S2I 085 3lM Mr Hugh KkIcoII of Irwnc patstd have Ot Horses Shod throng Richmond yesterday en route to IJabr Soother It is the only eafo the State Convention Road Horses Tiotlers aud Runners medicine at hand yet made that will remove all infantile disorders It contains no Opium Mews G B Tviricy J J Embry T shod in any maimer desired or Morphine hut gives the child natural I have an extra lot of J Smith S L Midkiff Richard PtilKii ease from pain Price 25 cents Sold by 11 F Deatherage I Shelby Irvine W second growth limber for repairing all W G White Prescription Druggist kinds of vehicles Repairing machin- Â¬ W Watts and J Stone Walker were in All work guaranteed Winchester on last Thursday in the ery a specially For 70 Shop back of Brookss drug store Walker Thoinpson jack case which was You can buy n No 1 new Buggy war- Â¬ Sfebly S L MIDKIFF compromised ranted This is a special nfler and Col T S Moberley returned la6t week W H Kelley will build you n good holds good only until June 4th John Iroin a trip to the Northwest He was house cheaper than any man in town Douelsou Richmond Ky Kentucky charmed with the grand scenery along Carriage Works apr26 61 mar7 tf tlie line of the Chicago Milwaukee and Donelson will make you as good a The Art Amateur St Paul Railway and delighted with the buggy or carriage as can be bought For May contains a striking colored Shorthorn sales near Minneapolis 23 apr4 tf head belonging to J Hill averaging any where in America portrait study of a Laughing Man and 30 head belonging to H F 540 three quarters size and over a dozen 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure Brown averaged 420 including de igus iu Chicken Cholera and other diseases a classical figure of Fame plate dec- Â¬ among fowls I will refund the money orations fish and seaweed Niphetos RELIGIOUS in every case where thn remedy fails roses a panel decoration fringed geu- W G WniTE taiusj a plaque design birds and deer The new- - Presb terian church at Lair Prescription Druggist 2d St near Garnett House niarSStf a pge of monograms Q six designs vru dedicated last Sunday for dollies and several for wood carv Â¬ The Southern Baptist Theological stu Donelson uses the best material Hint ing Two notable full page illustra dents have subscribed 380 to build a the market atlords and tbe best work- Â¬ lions from Solon pictures are Tlie Baptist chapel at Germantown thirty men Ho puts up none but tbe best Poachers dots by Elizabeth Strong eight students giving 10 each work Buggies carriages etc made and Mending tlie Net by Henry Call on him apr4 tf Rev -- Mr Lock wood for some years to order Bacon There are ueful practical ar- Â¬ rector of tlie Episcopal church at Beatty- Â¬ ticles on lund cnpe painting charcoal The C I St L C Ry Kanka ville Ky has accepted a call to Annieton wood curving and invalhe8 Line with its connections makes ilrawiugaud Alabama much to the regret of the uable hints to art teachers china the fastest time from Cincinnati to Beattyville people The Council Bluff- - Omaha St Paul Min Â¬ painters and needle workers illustrated series on home decoration The High Bridge Camp Meeting this neapolis and the West ami North- Â¬ furniture is continued the Acadeyear will commence July 15II1 and con- Â¬ west opr8 5t and and American Artists exhibitions Â¬ my tinue until tlie 3rd Sam Jones has been are duly reviewed an exhibition of JIIXNBSOTA FLOUR engaged for seven da6 All of the rail Â¬ etchings ia noticed and wilt sell low rate tickets roads Made from the celebrated Minnesota Rembrandts My Note finely illustrated aud in lmrd wheat Best in the world Give it The third quarterly meeting for RichBook nrt thieves and triokslers are mond and Providence will be held at the a trial W M Blount is agent for Rich Â¬ handled as usual without gloves apr25 tf Provideoce church next Saturday and mond Price 35 ceuts Montague Marks pub-Â¬ Preaching each day morning Sundai Try Japan Tea at W M Blounts he lisher 23 Union Square Nw York and evening by Rev J W Fitch makes a speciality of fine Teas apM5 tf Tle General Conference of the Melho ANNOUNCEMENTS Church in session in New York de Â¬ dit Armerhas a new lot of gold and FOR SHEKIFF clined to admit as delegates several women silver head silk umbrellas 2rnay4t We are authorized to announce elected to that body among them Mist JOHN HISLE a candidate for Sheriff Fresh Vegetables always to be found at of Madison county subject to tbe action Frances Willard the head of the Womans Temperance Union Several women oc- Â¬ W M Blounts First Street apr25 tf of the Democratic party cupy pulpits as pastors of churches in the mar7 tdc Motto of the C I St L Ry limits of the conference We are authorized to announce J Safely comfort speed aprlS 5t W BALES a candidale lor Sheriff of Elder John I Rogers baptized Augburn Mndhnu County subject to the action Bridgewater tlie desperado of the war and At the Green Front yoti can save of the Democratic party inar7 ldc a 350 pounder on last Saturday at More mouey and get the prettiest Hat or land in Lincoln county For seven years Bonnet iu town aprll tf lie Itad been doing well had exerted a Remaining unclaimed the Post You can buy a suit oru pair of Ofllce at Richmond Ky inweek ending good inflaence in his neighborhood had established a fine Sunday school and pants at your own price Pants for May 15 18S8 Million Miss Candas Adkins Louis k completely a reformed man He is fat mehrtputits for lean men Miles David H Beel M attic J C Lyteb brother of the noted Jim Bridgewater Bendel Susie Moore Charlotte Monday P M The annual session of the Madison hy Ackers Berry Sarah WVo vo McDonald Minnie uj Eiisij Bowles John County Sunday School Association con- Â¬ McBain A J gie vened in the Second Presbyterian church e warrantea is Decause it is ino Dest Boaes lizzie H McKinney Mrs M Thos uiood Preparation known It will posi in Richmond on Saturday the 12th inst tively euro all Blood Diseases purifies the urooks hroma Mullen T G Miss Sudie whole system and thoroughly builds up the Burke Mrs DrWm 2 Newman Joseph Mr BJ Newlon presided Patton Sam Russell was organist Dr W E Hamil Â¬ constitution Remember we guarantee it Baber E R Ellison Lena Parkes Julia W G White Prescription Drugght ton delivered the address of welcome Emery William rrcssingcrJohn Give W M Blount First Street a trial Faggins Cassie Tlie reports read showed an increase in Phillips Mary Roberts Rod a members and interest in the Sunday order j ou will find he keeps the best at Francis Mrs D Reed Mary Francis A F School in the county Prof L V Dodge the lowest prices tf apr25 Foster Valentine ReedF C Vic Presiden t of the Kentucky Sunday Ricltardson Wm A fail line of Glass and Chinaware al Â¬ Gibson T S School Union reported a far more cheer Â¬ Gill Mrs Nannie Smith K ways to be found at W M Blounts First Harris Miss Carrie Walker Florence Prof Dodge ing propcct in the State Ilazen Rev J as K Watson Zed apr25 tf Proi C P Williamson aaJ Dr Hamilton Street Henry Wm D Walkins Wm Resoluwere appointed a Committee on The Nobbiest Neckwear In town Ward Con Henly M C tions Among other things the committee just received J C Lytkk tf Hoffer C Walker Pauline Warford Green Hughes J E reported in favor of another convention to Hats ami all other goods regardless Lindsay William Walker Bettie be held this coming fall at some convenNuller C P 2 West Col R of cost lf J C Lytkr ient point in the country whxh report Posl OfBce hours from 6 a 31 to 7 i s aJopted Capt J Speed Smith If you want a nice buggy phreton M Money ordor and registered letter Judge John D Goodloe and Miss Belle wkawny curriuge barouche or hours prompt 7 A ai to 6 Bennett were appointed a committee on coupe so to John Douelson aprf t j J B WILLIS xvir ap-18-- hundreds of de Shirts cheaper than you can buy the souri and Dakota are one can pass the liuhtful places where cloth elsewhere J l Lyier apr8 lf summer months in quiet rest and en B C rr has returned from Kan Mr F the end return home tab City I AM AGENT joyment mid term completelyatrejuven- Â¬ of the heated 2rLU E CO H PSWV FOR IHE IS Mrs j Stouffer U sojourning at ffff WCTTKTVKTIUna Ws ated Each recurring season brings to TRUSS Kj EASIEST Newport News Waukesha Beaver WEARING Oconomowoc Dam Fronteuoc Okoboji Hotel St Mi Katherine PHeips went to Louis TRUSS on Eirth vilte latt week to see booth and Barrett Louis Lake Minuetouka White Bear Call and see it aud innumerable Excelsior Springs Mr Will Barrett and wife of LouisW G White other charming localities with roville are vihng at Capt J Speed Prescription Druggist names 2d St near Garnet Houc e Smiths mi28if mantic whose thousands of our best winter homes are on people Mit s Elizabeth Barrett and Miss Maria either side of Mason and Dixons line Green Front Millinery wiilie Smith went to Louisville last week New goods from New York an ex- Elegance and comfort at a moderate to see Booth and Barrett A list of cost can be readily obtained perienced trimmer from Cincinnati Mis Rachie Qukenbcrry of Boones house refinished aud every thing new summer homes with all necessary Information pertaining thereto is being borough is visiting her brother Mr J R and neat First ttreet distributed by the Chicago Milwaukee Quisenberry in Payette county tf Kks J F Stone St Paul Railway aud will be sent Miss Mary McQuecney who has been All travelers either for pleasure or free upon application by letter to A V visiting fuends and relatives Iierereturned General Passenger Carpenter buMueso agree in this That for con- Â¬ H to lier home in Lexington Saturday PERSONAL Â¬ nee COME AND SEE THE Wc keep a list of all Farming Implements that we seM and who hnys tkem and any one that wants to satisfy himself as regards satisfaction that they gfre can ask parties using them joners have iryear airinK Koar Shop 1 IRE DETERMINED 10 IEEP GOODS FOR ALL II jffljUPg Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LARGEST STOCK FINEST GOODS NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES 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 Trace chains Hames Hay forks Shovels c The Carpenter and Builder can find alt he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the only complete stock of Ihw Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material In the town We of course cant enumerate all the goods e handle but ask aN te came and see for themselves the stock of goods we keep in our 137 foot store hotwe They wt find ff Blen Belle Son ikakee ea the ancU eapolla 32 miHloir - ytaiifig THREE FLOORS PULL OP USEFUL GOODS We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only uaphu the most competent workmen Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic himself win give special attention to all work done in that line ROOFING GUTTERING RE- Â¬ PAIRING C as he has done in the past Our long experience in our business enables us to be welt up in it in the way of markets and buying our goods strictly for cash enables us to buy at the bottom price and that benefit we give to our customers Dont forget that you can always Sod the lowest prices and the best goods at the old reliable house of feeaaisa Wrapper 1 nest at all at tiO i K3 J in a 2 f 1 B STOTTFFEE urs for 45- i Eibst Street SHACKELFORD GENTRY mch2i tf CO- - tutt at Ken Sok tslmrs Itro latent tagkt needy bias or i- jta It Olpalo Kv ftvA 17 cls- 45- - tippers ant an Elegant Tailor Made Suit cut and made to order after the latest and most approved fashions by experienced an thoroughly trained workmen out of the choicest and most fashionable goods toT all se and ra i f te you flour as ride of eary Bon 4 black-and-whi- te 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 ley caa for the Sngltalt do noC Hose a are reserip- - f Grocer- - I Â¬ ii B- - 7iB W I Â¬ fiTjLJLE Â¬ 2OTJ WAIsrT JLlJJLOp ant Su mmer Coat and Vest Or a P of Handsome Odd Pants IDO -- yron nV noSeeolL SOS30- H 4111 1 and kJ y mty h made to order or ready made Do you want something ELEGANT DUE ABLE and SEASONABLE in fe a GENTS FURNISHING GOODS Do you want anything ieG Mtfc MSTTESRS Do you want the most DELIGHTFUL UNDERWEAR from a WELL REGULATED apr-18-- lf rGrv o MC J BO YOU WANT AM EXQUISITE STRAW HAT O 1TOU WANT AMY OTHER KIND OF A HAT WSrtf you anyhow lo4 V CALL AND SEE US If you do not call and see us Respectfully 10 1IMUL 4 Â¬ apr-18-- 1 1ir COVINGTON MITCHELL 3teMx 3t S3T JSolPiraaiSii - -- stjh SriWUfflMHtiijiM pi i WOMEN OF NOTE rEROM DAKOIiiH r I wlli endeaver to present country Cornelius Vanderbllt has the facts as nearly as possible and tweoty sevea oarriages for her own would like to have them published use wheueyer you see flL I have been Mrs Dr William A Hammond lias away from home since 1833 and have lost track of al friends aud relatives beeti left 8M00U by as eld uncle Came to Minnesota been iu Montana Mrs J Geukl rides down town iu aud Dakota since 1664 most of the Broadway oar ami goes stepping afoot time in Dakota and in this section Xatly Itadopu L CiiurolillI is com The first question that comes to ones teg ever with life Lordeiiip to spend mind upon considering a move to the West is where will I go and what the swHiBer at Newport are the advantages In answer to Mrs Prwleaee Orchard of Winni the first question I would say come to pag walked thirteen ralles to run Grinnell Why Because we have away with a married man Next thousands of acres of unsurpassed Xk Ofcear WlWe wears green She farming and grazing lands land Ume suits of all tbe shades o f green that I have teuded by eight years w4tk bate gloves boots and tiarasols farming and know what it is I have 1900 acres under the plow although I to iMtoh Miss Awelie Rives tbe authoress is only got iu 1100 last spring I wanted to summer fallow sM to baye been overwhelmed with 88400 bushels of 200 acres I raised grain wheat oats otters of marriage since ber portrait and flax My vegetables were as good gbllebed recently was p as could be raised in the country Mrs George Harmony wife of the Cabbage that weighed 18 pounds cwtior CWtrf of Bureau in tbe Navy potatoes onions turnips carrots beats Departme at ib Wabbingtot is one ol All garden truck is growu here and tKe beet lteguk ts in the Cajiital cau not be beaten iu any couutry A wWow of 68 is suing a man o f 70 This garden was worked only once for breach of promise of marriage at I had not time my crops kept me AHhm N Y fcitoe es tbe damage busy Also strawberries grow wild There are 1000 bead of cattle in this to ber heart at SW098 section 500 borses not including work A North CareiiHa girl married two horses I have 185 head of cattle my- Â¬ mm wMhte a week New both men self There are plenty of steers that we rig for divorce and the finds are on the range that were extra good that Iwe huobando are no better than beef at first of February I haye also eight acres of Alfalfa a grass they say Miss Xrettis GorbiH of New York cau not be raised in Dakota I cut wW eecw wed Mr Horace Walpole four tons per acre This alfalfa will nopiiow atad heir of Lord Oxford Tbe fatten beef quicker than corn and it BngHch papers say that the lady has is better beef This is the third year this grass lias been growing I have great expeetatiose ten bushels of this seed aud am guiug Chuw Loeiee Keltaggs marriage to to sow it all There is plenty of timber Oari Strakosch has just been oflfcielly the largest tract of timber on the by eards from Iter father amitmuoed Missouri Blver This timber is in con- Â¬ mm HMtber eoi4ed with the adver ttcmowt t a ppriwg coueert through nection with this vast piece of bottom laud SO miles long and 8 wide furnish- Â¬ the Ba4 era States ing the settlers with material for build Mrs liette Itveker SberMan wife of Hg houses sheds barns fences c IdixHunaut Bberidan is one of the for just his labor Coal is in abun Â¬ Mst boautlfcri ami aeeom dished dance Three large veins G to 8 feet wain on Ih She was thick cropping out along the foot hills bant at W Port Uutou iu New Mexico ami all you have to do to git it is to aMi at tbe Capital is called tbe load it iu your wagou and drive home DMtsMer f tbe Army This bottom is watered by numerous A young lady married a eltap in streams which flow through and IetHM ylvaiita tlie otlier day after across it of the purest water Not a having refwv4 him eighteen times trace of the dreaded alkali so common in the North west cau be found here She was IS he was 26 ami had 4M mi the hank their ages eombiu Grinnell has a saw mill 10000 feet carpenter blacksmith and capacity ed wheelwright a general merchandise IsaheMa the ex Qween of Spain has store and other advantages too numer-Â¬ Kwh so stout that she has bad to ous to mention in this letter have a carriage made with an opening Grinnell is situated within eight at the back that falls and forms a miles of a station of the St Paul Min- Â¬ atfeer way to allow her to enter It neapolis Manitoba Railroad and on tbe East bank of the Missouri river Jean Oramer appeared on tbe stage We have mail tn ice a week to post The population at present is m- - Paris tbe ether night completely oilice attired iu bteek aud took the bouse by only about 00 with room lor thousands storm Wbea she daneod it was seeu more I will close by asking any who that even tbe lace on Iter underskirts may lie thinking of coming West to was of tbe same mourning hue as her write to me for further particulars in regard to this the garden spot of Dakota Geo W Gkinxelu Miss Lillian M Pavy of Loudon Bwghmd h a commercial traveler now A VIC TIM OF CHRISTIAN SCIENCE vfefcfetg tbe Western State in tbe in- an English ltouse She f traveis ahme ami Bads that in this Faith Cure has had another vic- Â¬ oauutry a woman does not need an tim Iu Washington Although the art art to protect Iter from aauoyaitee friends of Mrs LucyL Hunter who Mrs Hieks Lord has rented a band for years has kept a circulating library some rcoWowoe iu Washington and is at No 1849 Pennsylvania ayenue diqiQWing sfdemlM ltesp ilality She know of her demise about two weeks dranses aud ber magnificent earriage ago very few or them except the near ami bays wkh ber eaaebiuau and foot neighbors knew of the circumstances mau ht eream eotor livery emtstkute attending her death Mrs Hunter had oaeaf the mast stylish oombiuathms been a sufferer from c jeer Iu the stomach and about the first of the m tbe erty month was compelled to take to her Loudou is Ha4ed over lite coming bed A friend Miss Pallock of Balti Â¬ marriage of Mies Why I DIsreali with more was written to and came over a Mr Selwyn Calverley Tii e young to help nurse Mrs Hunter and assist lady U a daughter of Italith Iwd iu managing the library Miss Pal BeeMfteMs brother and is said to Le foek is a firm believer in Christian as bright aud eharmiuK as the Iteraine Science or fuith cure and influenced in Iter uncles tale after whom iAw was by tier frequent eolicitatkmsMrs Hunnamed She ba however ber mteie s ter coneeuted to try the system of of epigram ami brilliancy of mind healing Miss Palock took ebarge of the bou e Her patient wit grew worse a professional doctor from JaMiie GHtxou a IiandHne girl of Baltimore Miss Scbmedt was called 17 MvNg whh her pare Htd at Ark in as were also Mr aud Mrs Smith wrfcjht N Y has never seen the converts of the faith school All visi Â¬ world by daylight though enabled by tors were excluded from the room lamplight to sew and rem just as Even her aged mother Mrs McLean clear as auybody Up to tbe age of was not permitted to enter Mrs four or live years she was believed to Huuter daily grew worse and her lie totally bimd Tbe parents notieeil alarmed mother insisted on calling that after tbe lamp was lighted she in Dr Hagner It was too late how- Â¬ ave evidence of seeing ami gradually ever to lie of auy service for the de- Â¬ this power of sight grew upon her luded vietim was beyond the reach or urt the little one jdayed with her medical science Dr Hacuer nrescrib- oonuMMi toa with artlilektl light as ed for tlie patient but the neighbors cawrry as other ehlMreu bj- - daylight insist that through the influence of tbe faith doctors his medicines were thrown out of the windows Mrs Hun Â¬ SriBKWBLL ter lingered iu agony until April 25 A heavy ram ami wuolileraMe bail The neighbors are open iu their ex Â¬ pression of indignation at the treat Ml on Friday last ment that Mrs McLean received A Mr Khtd from Clay eeuuty is tbe hands of tbe fanatics who up at to represeMt ag a TeHtMe fruk nureery tlie last moment kept her from the ami doie tm the larmers bedside or her unfortunate daughter -- Mrs Joub Biglewisa great reader Prince Louise 1s 48 Tirere are no htlle LorBes Mrs rtl- 1 FORTY THIRD ANNUAL STATEMENT OF THE Professional Cards ATwilkesT Smith D D S J6T0FFICE Main street two doors above Second june22 tf KEHTUCKYCEHTRUR R THE TWO STALLIONS Gkin nbll DAKOTArAprlliS 1SSS Iu Regard to this art of tbe Mutual Benefit LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF Old Reliable 1ST BLUE GBASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Houte FROM J C MORGAN June 22 DDS TO SSTOFFICE Main street over Madi Â¬ son National Bank Richmond Ky CENTRAL KENTUCKY AU POINTS tf MONT BLUR STANDARD IsTElSfirjLttlg EYTERi Call and Price -- our TOTAL PREMIUMS to January 1st 1888 Of this sum AMZI DODD President J 70 62 C9 01 9S DR J M POYNTZ SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street next to june22lf Whites Drug Store North East West and Southwest PAST XjIOSTS BETWEEN JOHN WILKES Will make the season of 88 at the UKn ot McKee l ray nor 1 miles from Richmond on the Irvine turnpike A mont Blucher will stand at 25 to insure a Hving colt ami John Wilkes at 30 cah with usual privilege of return in 09 if mare Is not parted with Almont Blucher Standard record mile track 2 36 and 249 trial on slow full brother to First Call 231 Almcnt Blucher is a seal brown foIe l May 20th 1880 has one white foot behicd and one in front 15X hands high and weighs ijoo pounds when in stud condi tion Sired by Athlete sire of First Call 53i I wac G 2a6Jf Athel 3 jrearo d 2 36 Mabel 235 Athlone iufi Geneva Maid 3 jear old 240 May Josephine 244 0 and Many others that are fint cart Athlete by Almont 33 by Alexanders Abdallah 15 by Rrsdyks Hambletonaa 10 Lexington and Cincinnati Schedule in Effect Jan 29th SOOTH BOUND Ex Sun 1S88 11649263599 there has already been returned to Policyholders For Policy Claims 49853800 428 per cent For Surrendered Policies 12856409 110 For Dividends 299 34828813 G W EVANS M D AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Hecond street june22tf Vn2 No i Dally Sn 6 BXJbBU Total 837 per cent 975390S4 18953551 DR T J TAYLOR In Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetover Dykes june22t Grocery Store Practitioner Leaving still in the Companys possession The Companys Investments have yielded sufficient returns to pay all Expenses and Taxes and still to add to tbe Policy- Â¬ holders fuud for tho fulfillment of existing contracts Total Assets January 1 18S3 Market Values Surplus by New York and Massachusetts Standard Actuaries 4 per cent Reserve and Market Value of Assets Surplus by former New York Standard discontinued this year S23157681 35 42111233 33 3277177 76 5623762 76 DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Lnxons Up Stairs Residence at Willis House June 22 tf 830 am S 35 pm 300 pm Lve Covington Ive Falmouth 2003 am 9538 pm 328 pm 1105 ara iac4 pm 430 pm Lve Cyutbiann xi 40 a ib 1090 pm 5xo pra Arr Paris tcto pra 30 p 1330 p m Arr Lexington xi 50 an 55 pm 530 pra Lve Paris pra 6m P 1135 35 P Arr Winchester 730 pm Arr Richmond- - 3 00 pra 510 pm Arr Lancaster cleo pm Stanford Arr 3 05 pm lve Kiclunond Arr Berea 330 pm Livingston S 45 pm Arr NORTH BOUND Lve Livingston Lve Berea Arr Richmond J Lve Stanford- Lve Lancaster Arr Richmond Lve Richmon- dArr Winchester No 3 S0 am No1 No 5 Losses Paid in Kentucky over 82000000 00 IT HAS THE LAKGEST BUSINESS IN KENTUCKY DR PHIL ROBERTS Offers hia professional services to the 1035 aH1 GOODS -- public 1145 aB ADVANTAGES All Policies Inconlestlble after two 2 years except for fraud No restrictions on travel or occupation after two 2 years All Policies nou forleitinR alter two payments Fifty 50 percent or the reserve value loaned on policies as collateral Street RIchmoud Ky Office in drug store on lower Main jaly27 ly 720 am 810 am xixo am 1 DR U C AMBROSE Arr Pans Lve Lve Lve Lve 335 pm 30 p 6C45 WE ARK- - SELLINGREGARDLESS OF 830 350 340 FORD KY 400 pm 859 am 430 pm Kalmoutli S pm 1003 atB 55 pra Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the af-Â¬ Arr Covington se- Â¬ co p xixSara 650 pm curity where valid assignments can be made ternoon 22 tf MAYSVILLE BRANCH June Losses paid immediately on completion of proofs without waiting theusual sixty or ninety days No 11 No 9 W T SEXSMITU M D Dully Dally NORTH BOUND In economy of Management Largeness of Dividends Liberality of Policy Ex Sun Ex Sun PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON and Absolute Non Forfeiture it is excelled by no other Company It does what it says furnishes the most insurance for the least money WHITE HALL KY 200 pm Lve Covington Lexington E For any additional information apply to 735 am 435 pm his professional services to the Offers 835 am 530 pm Paris aug17 lyr Arr Mlllersbnrg public 853 ara 5 47 pm pm ara Parli Cvntlilana Lexington - 315pm 735 am 830 am am 3x0 pm 100 Dm pra m am ara pm Iv V SMITH 342 West Main J Speed Smith apr25 4t Street Louisville Ky CO State Agents - CS Powell Agents DR T J FAIN Carlisle Johnson Maysvllle RICHMOND KENTUCKY Wa-Mu-g- tH UNION CITY KY SOUTH BOUND Oflers bis professional services to Ihe public Lve Mayvllle Office at Powell Parrishe Johnson Aug 17 tf Carlisle MC 7os pm 740 pm No 19 No 12 Dally Dally Ex Sua Ex Sun xocio am 1045 916 611 n Heath HEATH J F Cornelison Arr Paris No Mlllersourg Lexington Covington 11 915 am 35 8 15 555 ara 1350 pm 63s a m 135 pra 7 34 am 319 pm 7 48 am 343 pra am am jtt OO J aprlSlf 3 Til C CORNELISON Practicing Physicians 310pm 10 pra 00 pm Â¬ TMae Cor Olotliier - KENTUCKY RICHMOND ofler their professional services to the 4jttnly public ar15 leaves Lexington 800 p m rives Paris 842 p m No 8 leaves Covington 450 p m ar- Â¬ rives Falmouth 650 p m No 7 lea es Falmouth 600 a m arrives Covington Soo a m Daily Except Sunday LYTEH DR GILES HARRIS WACO KY AT McKEES OLD STAND Next door to Garnelt House Oilers his professional services to the public jan4tf First and Main Streets Richmond Ky DR S M LETCHER CLOTHING HATS OAFS FURHISHIHG GOODS GENTS M PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on First Street janly NOTE Trains 3 and i are dally between Winchester Lexington and Cincinnati other trains are dally except Sunday Direct connection Is made at Winchester with Chesapeake and Ohio for Jit Sterling Ashland Huntington Charleston W Va and Eastern Cities FAST LINE Nos 3 and 1 run via Wln chesterSolid Trains with Pullman bleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Richmond Va and Winchester nnd Washington D C Through Tickets and Buegage Checked to any uraunsuon reacneu uy 11 raiiroau lor f nil particulars address or call on any agent of the Company or S H W BRIGHT MD PHYSICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street uext door to Whites Drug Store Special attention given to Microscop- Â¬ ical and Chemical examinations of tissues aud fluids of the human body 22junetf Uen Passr Agt Trav Passr Agt Covington Ky Lexington Ky H E HUNTINGTON F R CARR Agt Genl Manager Richmond Ky General Offices Covington Ky F B MORSE EH BACON Almont Bhtchers Iitdm Lady Blucher dam of First Call 221 by Richsnls Bellfounder No 63 and sire of Western Gill 227 and the dams of tea 2 30 trotters Lady Blucher k a remarkable speed proShe has produced seven foilt ducer and all of them show a high rate of speed but two ha e had a days training wai a very fast road mare herself Her s re Richards Bellfounder by Hungerfords by Blucher by Duroc Blucher was out of Young Millers Damsel by Hambletomaa by Messenger Almont Bhichers 2nd dam Polly by Vermont Boy son of Hills Black Ha vk sire of Ethan Allen 2n Lancet 2 i Young America 23 etc 3rd dam a thoroughbred Almont Bkicher k a very handsome and perfect horse promkes to be a sire of s -- le and speed his produce are large and fi s with perfect legs and feet and show a Ere turn of speed with excellent dispositions Three of Bhichers produce have teen worked some little for speed Spcedmor Tickler and the West filly AH of t em could beat 3 minutes in their 2 year cl form and were handled very lightly at yearlings and Speedmont could go h s mite in 115 with ease the other two wc t tneir mile in 242 and 43 and Tickler icd for Soo cash Others of his produce are good all of which are from common bred mares Almont Blucher has trotted 3 races and never lost a heat with less in He k a trotter and 3 months training his colts as well as hk breeding prove at he will transmit the same- - quality IIj sire Athlete transmits speed his dam Lady Blucher transmits speed Almont 33 hk grand sire transmits speed his g g sire Alexanders Abdallah transmited bpeed his g g g sire Rysdyks Hanb e fonian transmits speed so there is no a Â¬ missing link ClratS WHERE l4 Best Cough Sjrap Tastes good Uee Ultima Sold ill ELSE finsl Almont Bkicher is a show horse as weU as a trotter having been shown e g times and got six 1st premiums anu i l twice a iM iiM TIB VALISES PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law RICHMOND ICY Special attention civen to abstracting titles to lauds in Eastern Kentucky Ofllre in Climax building 8 E Corner Main and Second Streets up I believe Pisoa Cure for Consumption saved my life A H Doweia Editor Enquirer Eden ton N C April 23 18S7 JOMPJ WILKES By Red WilVes sire of 13 with re rJ from 216 to 230 1st dam by Mat Hay den by Mambrino Patchcn the lire of thirty two sons and the sire of thirt vo performers and his mares have prod i ed twenty five performers in 230 or fceter and sire from 215 to 2i94- - Sons cf Mambrino Patchcn have sired the dam Umbrellas Walking Canes How Can That Be -- A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats c stairs june 22 tf Handkerchiefs Hosiery Attorney at Law RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Bur OFFICE with V F nam on First Street jiuie 22 tt E T BURNAM Â¬ WELL COME J G TO- - ler HJ I 0 N u Louisville Store A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men Call and see my Spring Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro lusion Prices to meet the demands of the times apr 18 tf The BEST Couch Mfldi cine Is Pisos Cure for Consumption Children take it without objection ay aii aruggists Zoc LUKES WHFRF 111 FISF FlttQ Best Cough Syrup Tastes rood Dso in time Soldbrdrnj Klrts a i B4 I Mzh Attorney at Xaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE on First street same as lormerly occupied by County Judge Miller oct6 Iy J A SULLIVAN il r1 J tuur7 6ni AND WE WILL SHOW YOU LOW TOURIST RATES or 54700 a first class round trln ttcift oa lor 00 days with stop over privileges can obtained from St Paul to Rnnt Paiu if o tana the coming manutacturing centre of tho northwest Q a ittmul b OnlvSSCOO of Silvcron 2195 Charley P 2 25 EIi two years 233 Lcnnie two jcars Lulu Patchen th ce 233 Orphia 227 years 237 Dynamite 23s Linrce c Second dam by Gills er 239 mont son of Bonner Boy the dams of the King 229 Garnbe WilLes 226 and a number of others John Wilkes is 16 hands high a bautl ful bay with two white feet behind erv heavy mane and tail and as a show horse has taken premiums at Richmond St Louis and every place where he wu xandcf shown made beeame teds lnive failed to eome up ami some are planting land to ear wbieh liad beet prepared for tobaeee BW G L Surber preaehed at the Christian church the Sfth ult in the interest of tbe State Mission wwk and raised 11 for same This was con Â¬ sidered good for a small congregation just ehxrfog the burden of building a new bottle aud other necessary expens Â¬ es for the year day Might previoos Wm Witt says holng his wheal Dr Harrie will have ten acres culti helped it mueh that he thinks he vated hi tohaoao Great complaint is will irfow it a few times Mr J M Benton 4 Winchester ULUE DANK was Yfeitmc bis grandmother Mrs latrftoa CovhgtoHa few days ago HSTILL OOOKTV M BNtett preaches for the Christian sir wni i Adams aud wife of this ptec en every first Madison were visiting friends iu J2stiII Ism day iu each month and Satur hist week Usually when the season is advanced we THE cut the prices on everything in our stock FQ jW in August in order to reduce same and get To get a all the money we can This year we de- Â¬ U tl currlrnt Ciicsilc tli zB Jpcrtttvs Clabs cided not to wait until August but com- Â¬ ril U2ir mence in May and give our customers an ATT3E LOWEST PRfCS NggpF opportunity early m the season to supply IBI CASH Bain a laogtf soym themselves at mm ks a wees -- This is the Mode of Making it So Attorney at Law RICHMOND KY Office on Second 8treet June 22 tf T J SCOTT gjS Horses handled at reasonaVe price but no responsibility for accideri or escapes McKEE TRAYNOR mar143m 1 5ff t ijBcMEjfi Kt y Ci KIW has revolatlonlzeU the RICHMOND KY world daring tho last half cenlurv Not lcust Office on Second Street nmone tho wonders of June 22 If eniive procrev is a method and system of in pcriurmeu mi over ine A I1tI7 T1hout tho Pay liberal nny worker do the work cither sex young orone can old no special ability required you are started free Cut Cnpllal notneeiled this out and return Will practice In Madison and adjoining ions nnd we will send you free someihine counties nnu in the Court of Appeal ShRS81 vnuenni Jmportnnce to yon Mint you business which will Office In Master Comirlssloners 7iHLniuofe in0Dey right away than brine nny office over Circuit Clerks office the world Grand outfit free L Aniustll Matne June 22 tf no m T POWELL Attorney at Xaaw CS ductlonsQ9a Fftfrom points east ana south Rates correspondlnglj as low will be named to points In Minnesota and Da Â¬ kota or upon Puget Sound and tho Pnclflc Coast For tnrther particulars address H E TTipptr District Paaseneer Agnt 232 Bouth Hark Street tTh caao III or I H WAaacf General Passenger jiAii-A-- b FOUND AT THE CASH GROCERY OF HOUSE Agent bt Paul Mien Attorney at Xaw J REED rwil DY KBS North Second Street A full and complete stock cf ebrh Â¬ REDUCED PRICES 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 John Serlvner soys he has declined to have a glass eye put In because he says he does not think he could see much with it ptaranre aecnraevduraUUli and rrjr o- opcrathe Sjstcra orrsilicrw iSii s The watches ere American Lever fctcm tt incr contalnins every essential to nccuracy uojum uaru m cuuiion numtrui 11 IL lmprovcmenUfbunainnaciberiTfttcti T mcoaiy mf and Dcmnnrw r tcni taaae in tho ttorid end are 5 e throughout trith UENUISE HV1UL Ihi Jnttatt Stem IHud ami Srt is lie ttrcn nnd simplest msde J7ty are fill y rcwo ct op for of the best 3 OC Watch ever ndo an- m i ing in our Co operative Club Tbiabthe B tt Cirapeir TJnut Cnnvrntrt aadon co Ttoltl Aiiousnncis - mm April July and October Bonds 1 a i The Bonds issued in payment or sub- Â¬ scription of Madison county to Louis die and Naslnille Railroad due in February will be paid on maturity at the Madison National Bank Richmond Ky C D CHENAULT Com tf 1837 and 18SS rt mm IS 17 M IS 31 n P3as4as83ajl rd iau3Ii 3 4 -- a s 9 w 11 1 1 iiiiiiiriii 31S 9H jmiv 11 H 34 1 I7 13H -l 4 7 STAPLE AND FANCY IJ JUW im r 67 14 - It is lime we vwi H Mr Joint Cox 74 years old a respect ed ertiaeti of Estill county at a meet Â¬ ing at bis home n Thursday Inst cou fosked Christ and was immediately DRIP ROCK hurried with him by bapthm In the sjArkliHg walere of Knob Lick aud Mr BIge Lyttle of Lexinglon thus beeame a Christian not au tW ip or ic of aHy kind save the one with was visiting friends and relatives in vVho has a right reÂ¬ this OtHinty last week and has greatly the paefixCbrist fallen in love with he mountains and ligiously speakiug to become mewe Eld H Kelley administered the rite says tlie prospects are very good that he will make it his future home Grant Gum aged about 80 years son Mr F It Davidson while out fish Â¬ of Mr John Gum while roiling land on Thursday last with a horse an J a ing the other night succeeded iu cap- Â¬ mule attached and while whipping turing a large turtle that measured the mule whtoh would not do bis part two feet aoross the back and weighed wae kiefced by it cutting a frightful 75 pound tbe largest that wag ever gaab begioHtag at Hie right side of the caught in IhH county since the war n ewdrdiHg the mouth aud reach- Mr John D Webb of Red Houte jug almost In the left side of the iwse is at Ilia fathers on a visit Ibis week knocking out two teeth au fosening Mr C Webb was out hunting one nearly all Ibe Teat Tbe borse tbne is night last week and caught a snow coMsiderec aa emblem of good loek white coou He said It was the nrct- but you con guess what Graut tiilnksltlest thing he ever saw in the coou of tbe mule shoe Dr Giles Harris line toe pretty to shoot and has it sewed up the wound for apet on some one for cdiinly judge We are an tir Capt John Wilson He baa always been a good Democrat and always willing to lend a helping baud in time of need ami also a railroad man aud for all publie improvements We think he Is the right man at the time Come to the frout Captain aud we will carry you to victory wjare fixing our minds EVERYTHING HW and FUESH Â¬ and complete in all the various departments August prices in May for Dry Goods of all kinds Per Rates25o August prices in May for Clothing of all kinds August prices in May for Boots and Shoes of all kinds Brockton August prices in May for Hats of all Real Estate For Sale JACK Mass Agent Richmond Ky febi 6m kinds acres 4i mie mni oiArnnnof lonJ on tie Lancaster pike GBASS AND FIELD Well good August prices in May for anything in terms improvedofwllli Bush water For Inquire Joe morlMm LUMBER 01 HMD Largest and most complete stock in our house Central Kentucky Ice Our motto Best Goods and Lowest Consistent Prices I am prepared to deliver ice to any COME EAELY and secure the part of the city regularly or on short I have plenty or lumber ou hand P CARROLL for and 75 W Main St barns and other such buildings Can notice Will make contracts for BARGAINS at Lbxingtok Ky jan111y orders promptly for any amount ing families 11 1 The only fine calf 3 Seamless Shoe in 020 ChtsU rat St lfiHWi3 P 0 Box 92S Phlln Fc the world made without tacks or nails Ve SlLB i WorefcrtoalyOa1 flGEHTS As stvlish and durable as those costing nrcujjlcie7 IWfltlTED KY 5 or 6t and having no tacks or nails to CIcbs ronstontlT Xt38rll Join ITow and Save wear the stocking or hurt the feet makes Honey them as comfortable and well fitting as a hve Agencies Evcnr tGt Crrr hand sewed shoe Buv Wfc WANT AGENTSin CVCnYWHCRC genuine unless stamped the best None The Largest and Finest Hotel on bottom W mch M fim in the city l uouglas 53 bhoe warranted W L DOUGLAS 4 SHOE the original and only hand sewed welt 4 shoe which P fELKnrsATKIl PEMALB PQ7 to 4 1x1 MwrelIciHial Day wd equals custom made shoes costing from 6 0 J Gnaj intrra nan Amermn vobwi - to 9 to other ntntmnues CTcath rcTumied Rirlr Emit SI Aiit bj u1juc DtVtxKTrtmortSttuaKMs According to rooms W L DOUGLAS 250 SHOE U unex celled for heavy wear Turkish and Russian Batlw in life of HEHHY WARD BEEGHER SSSHtfi W L DOUGLAS 2 SIMR i nm Uhutntnl RiTlmr his ur from W blrtSvj Mi all Boys and is the best school shoe in Hotel flfJItt-- Itk Oue lollar Lxprrenee iirepaid the world CXIOV BOOR CO oct26 ly blatlou IS Drooklj n VT All the above goods are made in Con apl2 6m gress Button and Lace and if not sold by your dealer write W L DOUGLAS jd s ws mjq wic tkeKEYSTOWE WATGH OLUB GO ixacu u cTcry one W L DOUGLAS FOR GENTLEMEN iiH 1X13 11 iiiaizi-j-nT- IStS KftUll 17 11 -- h HUIIU ---- -7 1 8 isJuitII i i Ksisi-i-ssao- 3 Shoe QALT ipril 1 -- - HOUSE ui tj to3rfLla tCi i te asias 11 is 8 211 w 1 S iA t ll 87 Orf LOUISVILLE n at dra3 3a sTsb W W V PMisaJtsssJ o T wiiiiiriiijM 1 B41 114 lil 61 7l 9 i1 11 17 re lft 1411 Kor Confectioneries PS8ta71SS Canned Goods 30pUl Green and Bis anaaB aaiii a Baied Frraif - -i --1 aissa4s 9IM1I W171 S GROCERIES It 3 4 11 14L17M 3 7S 11X 14 1 WfTAt m 14 7 8 SMltRDl 1J IS 17 M 19 BB i - 11 IIiU141I IS Si 31 4 ft 1 zl ttc H TXl 3 UW S17 I7i8i9i 5 n t7a8Sl T M Missstsrasirs Mil 117 IS 4S 78 1213 141 2Blli i and plenty of every thing in my line Ihis house is Strictly ON A- - nn tlna Ihlsand then act they will iuoraAI employment their homes and tomlfiSL TU wSSuSS SfnSK math It Is onsy for any one lo ItevrardiHl u BBSS Easis you EveryMflne L0lneeded- - ve speolal ability iwulred roif render can do It as well as aiy on to nj at once for full partlculah whleli nte 1UC who IS to work UASper dar- - or seiyoiic Strictly CASH FREEMAN 10 SEEDS 77 nov 30 ly 7 BUILDERS AND 7hf IinilAretBnl tiuuiu MU respecuully an- l tnosc contemplating bufiding that they are prepared to contract for The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for casli GIVE THIS HOUSE A supply- Â¬ j Jan4 tf TRIAL Torts rni-ru- -I J STREMGS Mammoth Louisville Store offices business houses shops desired MyMifi is runulug buildings of Every Dbscriptiok CHEAP EXCURSIONS IoftM and other places Orders left a Dykess and will saw lumber to every day for BCW location or order Best Satisfaction guaranteed The C I 8t L C JRy sell through grocery oa Second streeet will receive Lumber 125 per hundred pKntblyeKr ikinshavebn uransj Lst tare for tha trlr tn n nnhxfrniot Estimates made free or charge Plans 8 Mil at Cleveland Fayette Coun- Â¬ tickets to all points via all routes and prompt attention K ty Kentucky furnished on application oa short notice jndMtenesota Tleitts flrt ctass ant rood checks baggage through to destination apriitf e Dykes 1 uiayD ii IONfJ Xr cv dress C B Wassz General Passsnsr apr18 5t aorntf -- vuuanun nuV uuimers f11- - iifcraai use MCtimo- 1111 j r rnr f 41 iiiwiiwirf in