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JWpiJ3WBv r i jtsS ivj 9s9 afid - yraapcuf Ij L 4 F - 1 J D p5 TOLUME THE MOCKING I RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 30 1888 A number of prisoners in the peni- Â¬ tentiary have had their friends to interDr Howard Crutchers paper read cede with the Sinking Fund Commisbefore the State Homeopathic Associa Â¬ sioners relative to their receiving the tion which was recently in session at benefits of the DIrkerson Parole Bill Frankfort The system is in operation in Ohio Before entering upon a discussion of and is paid to be working admhably to the title of this paper it is my puipose the ends of justice and encouraging lo to accurately define the lerm physician the reformation of the prisoners but as I understand it Hahnemann says before auy prisoner here can receive In effect that it in the duty of the phy- Â¬ the benefit of the bill the Commission- Â¬ sician to heal the tick None I pre ers will have to draft all necessary sume will dispute he truth of rules ami regulations under which tlie Hahnemanns definition It is upon paroled convicts will he allowed to pass the philosophy of healing that men beyond the walls The bill is numbered differ so widely and feel n9 deeply as 1420 and was approved May 2 1888 may be conceived As many as a hun Â¬ It is entitled An act to amend au act dred different procedures may be entitled An act to provide for tlie for a single patient suffering government management aud disci Â¬ from inflammatory rheumatism each pline of the Kentucky Penitentiary recommendation possessing the virtue approved May 3 18S0 aud Hie several of coniini from a physician who de amendments thereto deslres above all tilings the victims Section 1 pmvives that the Commisrecovery and yet none of them may sioners shall make the rules and reguavail to give relief lations referred to aud that any per- Â¬ It ought to be understood more gen- son then who Is now or may here- Â¬ erally that the term physlciauis a very after be convicted and sentenced to broad one embracing as it does the an- confinement iu the penitentiary for a atomist the physiologist the surgeon felony other than rape or incest aud the gynrcologist the hygienist aud the who has not been insubordinate to the therapeutist It is undoubtedly true rules and regulations of tlie institution that therapeutics absorbs a greater may upon his written application and share of the average physicians lime consent thereto be allowed to go on and opportunities than any one of the parole outside of the peniteutlary collateral medical brandies yet a care- Â¬ and free from the custody and control ful study will reveal the fact that of the warden thereof He will be sub therapeutics alone can accomplish ject to be taken back and coufiued nothing within the limits of safety aud again whenever disobedient to the law certainly A patient presents himself or the Board of Commissioners deem it to the physician complaining of a best derangement of the function of his Section 2 says the convict for murder kidneys The physician suspecting may go on parole after he has served the existence of Brights disease aud at least ten years of his term acting in the capacity of a diagnostiSection S says one who is now or cian sels out to find the physical evi- may hereafter be convicted and condences of that dangerous malady In fined for arson burglary or highway his investigations he may call to his robbery shall go on a parole until such aid the services of chemistry and prisouer has served the minimum microscopy and later on may advise sentence prescribed In the statutes for a change in diet and even of residence such crime Thus fur he has acted iu the several Section 4 denies the right of parole to cacHies of diagnostician chemist auy one confined for rape or incest or microscopist and hygienist always iu who has previously served a term or the caiMtcity of physician but not un- Â¬ been re imprisoued by order of the til he decides to administer to that Board of Commissioners iu accordance iatient a drug does he touch upon the with this act domain of therapeutics It is apparent SeWiou 5 authorizes the paroled contherefore that therapeutics relates only vict to go ouUitle of tho State if he deto the treatment of diseases with sires to Uo so but that while without drugs See Dunham Now if these the State he must report his place of drugs are selected iu accordance with residence and conduct to said Com Â¬ the law of similars they become by missioners through the Couuty Judge reason of that law homeopathic to the at least every six mouths a violation disease and the man who prescribes of which is a forfeiture of the conditions them no matter to what society he of his parole may belong or to what alleged medicSection 6 says that while on parole al college his nime may attach is they are not required to wear tho practicing homeopathy Let it be stripes stated here and iu the most positive Section 7 says the time of tlie con- Â¬ manner that homeopathy is a princi- vict on parole while outside of the ple that it has only to do with prison shall not be credited to him therapeutics or the treatment of dis- Â¬ upon his term of imprisonment if he eases with drugs aud that it is as sep shall be returned to the penitentiary arate and as distinct from collateral These are the conditions of course medical sciences as the day is unlike under which the prisoner will be pa the night Let It be allirmed further roled and It is supposed it will be at ami witii greatest emphaslx that the least a mouth before the system can be material quantity of drugs prescribed put in operation Manslaughter is not iu accordance witii the law sitnnious mentioned iu the act but it is said it curautur iu no possible way affects or will apply to that crime as well as alters the validity of that law That others not made prohibitory law is a principle something at once Execution of Maximilian intangible and imponderable aud is abivc iuanlitj which is something At fcumise u the morning of June material Having defined lie relation 19h 1807 the Emperor aud his genof tiie physician to therapeutics a erals Miramou and Mejia were led subject about which there has always out to the Ccrro de las Campanas for yielded the Maximillian been a curious confusion of ideas ills execution now my purpose to stale what I think central place tiiat of houor to Mirashould be our attitude as healers to- mou as a testimonial to his bravery ward the metaphysical obtrusions and took his place at the left of the which are invading the domain of line marked nut He gave gold coins Certainly we will to the soldiers detailed to fire the fatal medical practice evince as little sagacity as charity if volley aud begged them to aim direct- Â¬ we array ourselves against the claims ly at his heart and avoid mutilating of the metaphysician without a most his face He had directed that Ids careful and conscientious examination body be sent to Europe and he wished of those claims The medical profes- his mother to see his face without sion must under uo circumstances de- marks of the fearful death he was to clare itself openly aud definitely hos die He took pains to wrap a handtile to metaphysical practices aud en- kerchief around his long blonde beard gage Iu an indiscriminate denuncia- to prevent its beiug harmed Then ad Â¬ tion of the views of people at least as dressing the soldiers of the Republican cultured aud as learned as themselves army and the immense crowd standing That metaphysical influences do exert in sorrowful silence upon the hillside a certain power in the treatment of he said Mexicans I die for a just disease there can be no question But cause the independence of Mexico the sphere of these Influences must be God grant that my blood may bring defined they must be subjugated aud happiness to my new country Viva brought down to the dead level of prac- Â¬ Mexico Mil anion echoed his Viva tical proceedures or they can nevir Mexico acd the loud report of muskets hope to vindicate the claim to a place rang out over the hills mid valleys of of permanency in the healing art It Qneretarn The three men fell heavily H not claimed that every practitiouer Maximilian was not instantly killed of medicine can become au expert or aud sprang to his feet at once uttering even skillful iu practicing metaphys the most agonising cries A todier ics any more than every physician advanced aud gave what is called the can become a skilled gynecologist but golpc de gratia the blow of mercy tlie sphere of the metaphysical having a well aimed shot which pierced the been defined as is that of therapeutics heart of the Emperor and stretched Â¬ Â¬ pre-scrib- NUMBER 50 sheer violence fif their exertions At Hie reas t I was placed beside the Written for Ike Cwmcr JwtrsalJ caid who looked approvingly at rue Here where the hot Hght beats an I squatted down cross legged and Upon tlie dusty streets followed the other in tearing strip by Where no sweet wind the breath of flow- Â¬ btrip the meut frum the steamine ers is bringing nniiuul As a bonne Itouche my host Screened in some casement high crammed hi Imnd down the animals Which fronts the Western sky throat tearing out the tongue and poet of the Hoods I hear thee singing sharing It villi me After sundry 0 dkhud highly spiced with pimento and Dear as old mends face pepper there came the cous cmw Seen in some alien place sad heart for native land is the great national diili that is eaten When the every day It it taken by the hand pining ami thrown into the month We fin Â¬ enchanting note Ii each ished with dates sweetmeats and Bown from thy tawny threat coITee of n delicious flavor Their maii T J serenade the suns declining nernf preparing the beverage is after The careless crowd goes on roaming the berry and beating it into L atil the day is gone a powder to put it hilo a tin put with Najght care the worldling for thy music water enough for one after being made roial le boil it in served grounds and all No memories have they but the aroma is perfect E P San Of dim glades far away guiuetti in Harpers Magazine for 1 onj am thy worshipper most loyal June Alas how canst thou sing Bird of the lettered wing Where traffic roars and want cries oat around thee AT THE CAPITAL CITY BIRD IN THE esoitpment slop by degrees Irom the A TOUCH OP FAITH CURE TIAX sciexci OR CHRIS I -- THE CONVICT PAROLE SYSTEM WALLPAPERS LARGEST STOCK Big Reduction in Prices NICE PAPER AT toe UP GOLD PAPERS 15c The Novelties and New Goods in every department cause all who visit the to utter exclamations of surprise and pleasure Every line we carry is complete and prices NEVER WERE SO LOW FOR CASH AS THEY NOW ARE We have undoubtedly the prettiest Hne of Satteens ever brought lo thk city and every yle and price from the cheapest American to the finest French Satteens can be found in thk Stock Oar Eastern importation of BUSY BEE CASH STORE JJ2SS ti UP aa v I IllOf SHADES W- - are marvels of Beauty and Style that can not be excelled BEST BRANDS of CALICOES such as Manchester Merrimac Cochega Hamilton Pacific Etc All five cents per yard and new spring styles We have just received a full and complete stock of ch LARGEST STOCK Big Reduction in Prices NICE SHADES COMPLETE DADO SHADES 45c 60 cents MEFS L BOYS YOUTHS and CHILDEMS CLOTHING as you will certainly save money by so doing OOUOLAS FOR GEXTLE31EN and we earnestly ask every lady to examine this stock before buying elsewhere We lead the market in Â¬ Â¬ 3 UP Shoe Carpets Oil Cloths Rugs Lace Curtains Curtain Poles Trunks Yalises c 4i Â¬ ICorrespondeuee Climax Â¬ During the tariff debate in Ihe House many of the best speeches of the week were delivered to empty seats tlie Dost thou not miss the air various State conventions that have Which brings heaven nearer there been held during the week having Not miss the leaf sighs Mown from vine called a majority of the members out and tree Dies not thy spirit grieve For bower the green leaves weave In 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turning Outside the iron gate I lean my head and wait Tat music burst for which my heart is of town The annual convention of the to 9 W L DOUGLAS 250 SHOE celled for heavy wear SMITH POWELL Jood with is unex- Â¬ Na- Â¬ yearning Een as a seraph sings Beneath his brooding w ings Through the long sunsets in that land oer j onder Mo ed by some heavenly power Within thy prison bower Thy xerv soul in music thou dost squander Ah but to leave the street To feel Gods pulses beat the blue glooms which shine far on before me Mid To face the wind and rain To roam the woods again With the slant boughs and young leaves trembling oer me If thou wert like to me Eiile of Arcady Tcj couldht not sing so bravely and high licarted Oh no thy heart w ould break For love and memorys sake Rccahng liberty and day s departed Thou a true poet art N o clamor of the mart Nor galling bonds nor loveless scenes subdue thee FroTi out thy prison bare Thou givest to the air Tote songs the winds of Paradise once lew thee In mortal be thy song ing sweet O bifd siag tong eenng the heart sick and the poor and Jtircd Bust be thy iwuic dream W Inch makes this rude earth seem that tairer land we have desired Lifj Elvira Svdkok Miller AN ARAB WEDDING IS THE DBSKKT SAHAKA I had the good fortune to t ee a grand Arab wedding The caid hud Jltine J the marriage of his daughter to a Kheik iraukly one of the ugliest men I ever saw who was already the possessor of four wives From what whipers could be heard from the mysterious recesses of the harem the bri le was a lovely girl of fourteen her rnpuguaiiee having delayed the mar Â¬ riage some ten days After the ceremony while the bride was lieiug con veyed to the bridegrooms home In a sort of howdah of brocaded t ilk her cries and lamentations could be heard above the diu of the pistols and math lorks and the voice of some thirty maideno who furruundiiig the camel that bore her gave utterance to a ttrange noise niado by tapping the mouth with the hand while crying out Â¬ Â¬ tional ISuptist Association was in ses Â¬ sion in this city during the pist week aud it ia reported to have been the most successful and largest attended convention ever held by the associa- Â¬ tion Mure than three thousand dele Â¬ gates were presentevery State and Ter Â¬ ritory being largely represeuted The public meetiiigt held in the various chuiches were largely attended and were both interesting aud instructive The National Convention of Law Â¬ yers was held in this city on the 22nd instant The District Bar Association originated the piauof holding this con- Â¬ vention with the view of forming a National liar Association for the pur- Â¬ pose of harmonizing certain matters of laws in the diflereut States A great deal of trouble is caused by the diver- Â¬ sity of laws relating to marriage and divorce descent of real estate distri Â¬ bution of real estate and it is imp Â¬ ed that by the forming of this associa- Â¬ tion many ol these difficulties and Iiicouvenieucies will be obviated It is proposed to organize ndvisory boards which will formulate bills for uniform legislation upon these subjects and present them to the various State legislatures Director Powell of the United States Geological Survey has had uuder consideration for several years iast one of the most stupendous projects ever undertaken and has at last got- Â¬ ten the matter itito definite shape The project is in biief this It is proposed to dam up the canons of the Rocky Mountains from Canada to Mexico in which are the fountain heads ol the tributaries of the Missis Â¬ sippi and Missouri rivers to be used in irrigating the arid land It is claimed by Mr Powell that It will be possible to reclaim no less than 1900 000 miles of lauds that are at uiesent worthless and ai the same time lurge ureas of wlml are termed flood plains or lauds which are now subject to damage Irom the auuual floods of spring time The magnitude of the pioject can lie best conceived when it is considered that the amount of land that it it sought to reclaim is tqual in extent to a little less thau one half tile number ol ucret that are now under in the United States cultivation The cost of such au undertaking will of course he great but Prof Powell insists that it will be slight as compar- Â¬ ed to the value of the laud reclaimed and he has asked congress to lend its aid In commencing the work by an appropriation of a quarter ol a million Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Have just received and have in operation the world All the above goods are made in Con a new patent machine for the mating of Lace not sold Frames which makes a pcrfsct job in gress Button and write and L ifDOUGLAS by your dealer W cyery particular Brockton Mass JACK FREEMAN Agent Richmond Ky fcbi 6m W L DOUGLAS 2 SHOE is worn by all Boys and is the best school shoe in Fire Insurance 11 H Rhly will the bere and and I 3rip- - Can Make ANY SIZE FRAME in 30 Minutes Call your attention to their commodious and elegant house Mam and Second Streets Ktchmond Ivy 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cry one home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted Their stock of Buggy Robes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as elegance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber riding whips of cowhide wagon whips Buggy whips of whalebone of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in variety Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and strong shop made and city made Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse boots c toe weights girts brushes curry combs spunges A lull line of collars hames trace chains back bands Imme strings plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners Why not Insure in the Best Insure your house and contents and sleep soundly it will he too late after you are burned out Our Companies have over 40 0000O capital and over 100 000000 assets viz Liverpool London Globe Sn Wa Â¬ V it the KEYSTONE STOCK THE LARGEST AND jf watch eiys P co TURFMEN CAK FIND ANY TIIING IN TIIEIH LINE Â¬ Vifimii and Paper mch x 0m 0238Sf7 Prices Guaranteed the Lowest 5Painting Graining Hanging at lowest prices GEO Main O Box EB PtoHa Pa WcrefertomuCcm l AGENTS I WASTED mciTiJAEMcj Clubs Constantly Jonaiag Join ITow and Save Money Ufc WANTAgencies in WC have AGENTS evesv larcc City EVCRYWHCRC Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed saddlery and harness house jarRemeinber the place ilerndons Corner Main and Second Streets Commercial Umm Guardian Home Lancashire Queen Hartford German Fireman Twmi National Total AMct4ec3 7WS 5 2181925 119121514 I apriS 9m jann W iy C GORMLEY CO A D RUFF sw xgor Â¬ DECORATOR I WILLG1IG Richmond Ky THia Iff T3S V mar7 tf St DP ARIER Â¬ ts -- r els-4- 5- of all 3 and Â¬ E B WALLACE THE MAIN STREET SEWIHQ JjHft nuCEf vCbV yoa our as de of J E WEE EM bHShIAl ary Son BUHLBER AND 9B3Su Is the place to go if you want anything in 1 Â¬ Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Fine Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GOKTTR A G BUILDING WORK T OR EslMhmiisg I Rwy mmmmm DKAIK IJf- I Is prepared to do all Kinds of - nglish bead use a y can r the Â¬ AND CONTRACT EjMe HHf dollars SHELBYVILLES LOUISVILLE EHX BARBECUE II S0UT1I- - AiUIi Ho 3 AT THE MOST igg I Gold Headed Canes Watehee Fine Razors Fine Pocket Knives Clocks Jewelry Silver and Plated ware Me 6peefel atteatiou given to iserip- - y are 0 not roeer 117 IShelbyvUle Sentinel Seasonable Office Tune22 Etes Tho B1DREDGE At a meeting of the Barbecue Com Â¬ mittee held yesterday afternoon it was decided to hare the barbecue in celebration of the opening of the Louisville Sojtheru at the Fair the eflect produced being somewhat Grounds on Tuesday June 5th This like the cry of and Indian Thee change was made witii Col Youngs maidens had on this occasion yash Â¬ sanction it appearing that the date maks made mostly of light green first fixed May 31 would conflict gauze studded with golden stars with other events of local importance which partly concealed the face of It has occurred to the committee ime of the loveliest women ami glrK that it wiil be a go jd plan to combine Their eyes indeed equalled those of the old fashioned barbecue with a the gazelle but seemed to have ft basket dinner aud a committee has mournful vacancy and to be any been appointed of which Mr John W thing but windows of the soul Arab Bell is chairman to solicit citizens to etiquete prevented me from advanc Â¬ spread dinners in the booths on the ing too near What with the embroid Â¬ grounds for the entertainment of ladies ery the gold and thd colored gar Â¬ aud distinguished viator- - aud a liberal ment it made up a whole of a bizarre response to this call is Imped for as it but most striking eflect On weut the will greatly augment the success of procession to make a tour In the desprt the occasion surrounded by this frenzied baud of To give our readers some idea of the relative while the marriage feast amount of provisions etc necessary kids and sheep roasted whole was to eulertniu the crowd expected to be being cooked On their return prepÂ¬ in attendance we submit the following arations were made for what I had so estimate of Mr Gus Jaubert of Lex much longed to see the celebrated j lugtoii a professional caterer whose lantaisie arabe Imagine about 40 services have been secured Arabs superbly mounted and armed Forty sheep 50 pouuds neat each casting aside the burnoose of every day 50 hams 3000 loaves of bread for to appear in their holiday jackets of burgoo 200 pounds of beef G dozen every hue and texture imaginable hens 8 cases of tomatoes 8 cases of horse housings of velvet aud gold corn 10 bushels of potatoes and 2 with tassels and embroidery every- Â¬ bushels of onions 3000 tin cups 10 where the heels of their long leather gross tin table toous To prepare the red boots decked with the Arab spur above it will require a pit 80 feet long 3 nve luches long which is really only feet deep 3 feet wide S kettles of 800 au ornament flashing arm a Ioug gals each 8 cords ot wood 15 cooks aud gun two long carved daggers a brace 100 waiters In addition to tho above or pistols attached to a cord round the to prepare the oaflee It will take eight neck so that they can lie flung over 50 or 00 gallon kettles To serve we y ie shoulder after beiug discharged shall want twelve tables 100 feet Ioug a long sword damascened with gold aud S feet wide iateued to the saddle bow In such Besides the above it Is estimated guise they career headlong at a great Uiat about S1260 iu money will be luurst of speed the rein held loosely by required to pay the expenses idoidental e hale linger using guus pistols to the celebration id sucrds in turn in mimic warfare ties cf deflauce arise from the men Detectives have aiready traveled ud loud approbation from the womeu over 1000 miles In search of Tascott i some skillful cavalier performs rome the Chicago murderer but thus far wore daring feat than any of his com not one reliable clew to his movewles till finally amid a whirlwind of ments since the murder has yet been t horses and men half mad with pjscoveied Â¬ Is sold with the guarantee of being the BEST Shat can fro WADE 2 Domestic Sewing Machines AND ALL KINDS OF SETTING DIAMONDS s iQtSees DSfBO- 111 Will furnish drawings plans and specifications at any time AND OTHER PRECIOUS STON AGENTS WANTED ELOREDGE MANUFACTURING CO OJELVlDEItK ILLS Feb-22-6- at his residence on Hallie tf SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES REPAIRING Promptly dune and la a workmanlike maimer Cash Paid for Old Gold Irvine Street aad BRI33G jggJIilcKaJaaKjB KfrkVA IN r i Fine Carriages tie must Know wnen sucli agencies are his lifeless body beside those of his AEFTEEl jMIE CHICKEN ftSafSfev YOUR and Silver Old Gold and SILVER and get new goods for it or the EaT Dont forget the plaee next door to the Post ollke Riebraoed Ky demanded in the treatment of the sick just as lie knows or ought to know when to call in a competent surgeon to operate for the relief of strangulated hernia I hope to see a vast muss of chaff and worse swept away by the agenoies of lighleousness and to see metaphysics take a place rightly belouging to It iu the cure of disease a place neither higher nor lower than are achieved by its own substantial enduring results iu the great mill of human experience Great Campaign Offer companions-in-arm- s Arthur Howard Magazine for m jan 4 lf Noll iu The American May m An Invention Cholera Cure ASK FOR THE GL i Weekly Courier Journal has now the largest circulation of any Democratic newspaper in lie United Slates and its publishers to further ex Â¬ tend its circulation offer to send it postage prepaid from Juno 4tb 1S88 to December 31st 188831 Issues for only fifty cents Subscriptions sent before June 4th w ill be entered from the lime but those received after June 4th will be entered from the date re- Â¬ ceived to expire December 31st 18SS The rate to clubs of eight and over are extremely liberal A sample copy of the Weekly Courier Journal con Â¬ taining its great campaign offer can be procured free of charge by address ing W N Haldeman President Courier Journal Company Louisville Ky I he subscription price of the Daily Courier Journal without the Sunday issue is Ten Dollars 10 a year Price of Sunday Courier-Jour- nal is Two Dollars S2 a year The Thousands of dollars worth of GEASS AND FIELD chickens die every year from Cholmninn ummn vnmn unrT rmn Q11U OUUW era It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positively cures it has been made and to be con- Â¬ TO THE PACIFIC C0AST- vinced of its efficacy only requires a THE SOUTHERN ROUTE trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guarand Lexington frith anteed If after using two thirds of Morniiiff and Kiglit Trains uars le Beany an 01 the Important tiltles of the fckmtU without change a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly Builder satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken RUNNING THKOUGH CAHS An interesting legal question is Is prepared with an experienced set of Cholera return it to the undersigned UUiy TtTlrt TWENTY EIOUT HOURS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IN to do all kinds of house building and your money will be refunded likely to arise over tho finding of a jar hands Travelers have a choice of two kinds of Sleertix Car on Cnnninl XI V fS O IILjHIA QUEEN AND CllESCENT ROUTB Mnnns Ktegant Bou WILLIS STOCKTON containing 12000 at Holmau station and repairing Give him a call Car and Pullmans Finest iuloco BaflTet sleeper State Room Pattern doir Uaffet nug JMly Indby Smith Stewart on alarm which mar7 tf ho had rented The landlord claims Nearly All tlie Leading Railroads anDHr1M4 TTC LBJkVSI5JA Hea Wonders exist to thousands of the money on the ground that it had DR DIXS paneiieers holding tickets vta this Mee ara lorms bat are snrpaiKtHt by the Urand Central Union Depot In Cincinnati Osstastnd marvels or iuveMJa been buried by hiisibter now deceased aedfea er each rof anted suretterbj to U Mberrartte Thre who therefore saved transfer across the City and are assured a journey attended wltfc speetf mUL L t are in nel at mafltabte wort that comfort and cenvenlence Bfentic VtDzx 37 Tt emontc Boston un The collection Includes some coins can be done wbtle llviuu homo should at OBoe send tbelr aehtresn to llallett Co Iort Travel Tia- - Queen and Crescent Mr J B Wilder one of the oldest over two huudred years old land MhIqd andreeeire free fait lirfornia- HEKSY WHD 8EEGHER Life of 51 sex or can eau 11m string kis It lSartmteil Ob noiiT Wo rrcMn M Mnh to bU from now euner day and ait nsex wherever and best known merchants of leiuls f to s per uDumnlt There rc eald to be several gypsies iTrtv frte General Offlees St Paul Bntkilng Westfonrth St Cincinnati Ohio rcss2 prepaid tliey live You are started tree Capital not ville tiled suddenly Wednesday after- Â¬ in Kew York that are worth over one UMOV BOOK CO II COL1BRAN tallouqilfooWj nrry reqaucu oomo uavo inm over saj ig fa JOHKOGAULT aseT General Pamcngar Aeat JaSSi1Van noon B CARROLL RYAN buadred thousand dollars a piece a x AMUtanlGeceraiPaaseBgerAgeat apl2 6m novSO ly QearalBDPfrliton4eat Â¬ The subject of the subjoined para graph from the Harrodsburg Democrat was formerly pastor of the Christian church hi Richmond Rev Homer T Wilson Is not only an earnest and fluent pulpit orator but has demonstrated an inventive KENTUCKY genius that must bring him a fortune As is well known he is the patentee CARRIAGE of the very useful mechanical contriv JOHN DONELSON ance known as the Florance Washing Proprietor apr4 tf Machine He has but just completed after much earnest study a machine that promises to rival the washing machine In popularity a nd usefulness It is called the Star Paper Cutting and Stamping Machine It is intended to lake the place of the costly paper racks Largest and most complete stock in seen on the counters in so many of Central Kentucky Best Our motto our stores with the added advantage Goods and Lowest Consistent Prices P CARROLL of stamping the business card of the 77 and 79 W Main St house on the back of the paper before Lexington Ky jan 1 1 iv it is torn off It seems to be an entire ly practical aud valuable machine as well as inexpensive and wo congrat- Â¬ ulate Mr Wilson on his success Contractor and OAS QUEEN AUD CRESCENT ROUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO F G Remedy r WORKS By Nfew Orleans ilea SZEimiDS- - Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the GUTHERSON LEXINGTON KY LEY STOCKTON sepSSly WILLIS eG riMUQlIUllllD MU iMUrilOOL rn t uinm Agents For Madison Cosaty Where Are Yoa Qoisg in yoar party T What tnoaal of trtfeht or pagigo oava yon r n oat rooie ao yoti prefer T Upoa receipt ot an answer to the above hms Mobs you win be tomisbed tree of expense with When do you start T WhetetaoasT Hovi o FA Â¬ KSL T lit save trouble time and money Agents w te persoa where necessary Parties ready to aaswer above questions abont cot doc one aad preserve this notice lor future nann say become useful Address C H WisaKtIt General Passengw Agent at Paul Htniu wW eaH p DIP PATENTS Patents Jawats ami Traik Marka procured Rejected AppMcatiotia R vived and Prosecuted All buaincsa before the TJ S Patent OfrVe tworopt ly atteuded to for moderate fee and 00 cbarste luadefteteu Patent i scared Send lor Inventor Qulde x A m uSS3E tMKAL IJns22UJ 8ay9 lf FRANKLIN H Wwfelngton ROGH DC tJEMT apHUDlMIIJ -S3P- - wyW fWI-BTH- P- jassaSttPB-v5 - r-- 1 iifi i I it k I n THE CLIMAX rOBUSHED EVERY WEBKESDAY BY R Estills efforts to introduce the breed into this county has effect There are in the about seventy five Polled cattle owned by Col C R ex senator R J White and county had its Angus Estill THE Climax Feinting Co H C Stagner Galen K Ml TRENCH TIPTOX W J G WHITE U MTORS rmcE run ymaii WEDNESDAY MAY 3a 150 it Son and Harvey Parnsh Last court day Senator White sold a bull and two heifers to a Woodford man for 800 FREE TRADE J Messrs White Patterson U was June 22nd The respited until passed the House fnstal appropriation bill iille left The lute n B Wilder of Louis estate of 1188000 Jen Phil Sheridan is danger ottoly ek and will probably have died before this notice reaches the public The Chief events at St Louis and Latoma races on Saturday were won by Falcon and Los people of England that the adoption by America of free trade Angeles would be of much benefit to them The people of llamsey county but that belief is not as universalDakota pay an average scltool ly shared at present England tax of 3 per head for every man now realizes that if America woman and child in the county should adopt the doctrine of free trade and throw open its markets The Ohio Prohibitionists in State to the world it could by reason Convention assembled declared of its own vast resources and bjT the sale oi whisky a crime and the ingenuity and cunning of its that woman suffrage is a mighty people compete with any nation good thing England 1 saj realizes this Tlte United States could sell proThe Clark County Court has an voted to submit a proposition to ducts to soil enormous extent upon English and reap from such ibceouMly to take 100000 stock K U Kail road Winches- sales and such commerce vast in the ter via Hedges Station and Clay benefits On the other hand the United States would have nothing City to UeaUyvilie to lose in the long run by openCollections of internal revenue ing its markets to England for for the first ten months of the cur- we would lose nothing by such rent fiscal year amount to 100 competition Is the thought that England 406452 being an increase of 5 1533S5 over the collections dur would lose more than she would ing the corresponding iteriod of gain by the adoption of free trade that of Parliamentarians or is it the previous fiseal year Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ U S Minister Phelps has re turned to the United States He was asked what is the general sentiment in England Mr Phelps in regard to the Mills Bill Well the number of people who have read it in its entirety are of course very few What has been cabled to England has been but a synopsis jet the dirft of the bill is well understood to be a general reduction of taxes on certain imports to this country fIt used to be the belief continued Mr Phelps among the Â¬ Â¬ map of the surrounding country snows eleven railroads constructed and projected the latter being somewhat in the majority Alex andria is Mr George O Wattss home and lie was formerly a resident of Madison county and brother of Mr W W Watts If you want to strike the hub of Louisiana it seems to us row should go to Alexandria J4ed Kiver flows by the town and affords great steamer facilities There is enough of that timber the long leaf pine to keep several large mills running forever The land is rich and there is a good deal of it Be sides that the work is as wide and the sky as high at Alexan dria as any where else in the universe Â¬ Â¬ much-aonght-fÂ¬ Â¬ public opinion It is the opinion of the best in William T Coleman wlro re answered cently made an assignment in Cal formed Englishmen ifornia states that his assets are Mr Phelps 1500000 in excess of his liabili MR CARLISLES SPEECH ties while his assignees state that his liabilities are 945000 in exCongressman John G Carlisle cess of his assets Some little Speaker of the United States dtAerence to be sure House of Representatives made a HUB LIKE great speech on the floor of the House on the 19th in answer to A copy of the Alexandria the gentleman from Maine relaLouisiana Town Talk with tive to the reduction of the TreasÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ury supplies the reduction of taxation by the tariff laws and the Mills bill which seeks to reduce the tariff and other taxes Mr Carlisle said in substance that he was opposed to the collection of more taxes than enough to run the Government honestly and economically administered He was opposed to ir first because it robbed the people of their mone Â¬ Â¬ so developing these cotton industries as to enable them to take and consume only three fourths of the American cotton crop at prices fixed iu Europe how many centuries would we have to watt until these factories shall so de- Â¬ velop as to consume nil our productions at fair prices axed in this country What is to become of these products Are the farmers of the North and the planters of the South to abandon their great wheat and cotton fields and undertake the cultivation of crops not suited to their soil in order that these gentlemen may experiment to see whether a home market cnu be No sir These made by legislation great agricultural interests mut go on and the American farmer must eell his surplus products in any market he call aud for any pfice he can The controlling element Is the worlds sup- Â¬ The ply aud the worlds demand American producers of wheat for instance do not compete among them- Â¬ selves alone iu the great wheat market of Europe They meet their wheat from England Russia Austria Hun- enrv aud India and all the other grain growing regions of Europe and Asia and they sell their product there iu competition with all the product and the prices of labor on the face of the earth The lately emancipated slaves of Russia the laborers of Iudia who live on rice and milk and require only a coarse cotton shirt and sleep ou the floor of a bamboo but all pour their products iuto the markets of Europe to meet the wheat from Minnesota and Dakota and no tariff we can put on and no system of taxation here can prevent this The same argument ap plies to all our agricultural products and the American farmer understands it And he understands that as long as he is compelled to exort and sell in a foreign market any part of his pro duct the foreign market is worth as much to him as the home market lie cause he receives there just what he would recieve here after deducting the Therefore in cost of transportation place of restricting his market he wants it enlarged so that his products which can not be consumed here can find a market among the people else- Â¬ where What the American farmer wants is a home market in which lie can purchase his supplies as cheap as When he can not gel bis competitors this then he asks that there may be such a system as will enable him to purchase elsewhere aud import them without being uu reasonably fined for carrying 011 Ihis harmless business That is what the American farmer wants We want not only the home market but the markets of all the world for the variety of products of this great country We want to sell our manufactured products to India and the hundreds of manufacturing places of Europe and agricultural places of Mexico South America and Asia We want to remove as far as we can the barriers which annoy our indus- Â¬ tries so that this country may take its place with the great commrciul coun- Â¬ tries of the world and become rich and powerful as no other country has lefore THE WINNERS SESSION ACTS 1887 88 RELIGIOUS Rev L H Blanton at Ford Sunday D D will preach The Capital office will print a small edition ot the acts of 1887 88 to public and private for sale persons not entitled to receive the same from the State This extra edi- Â¬ tion of the laws is iu obedience to a constant demand every year which regular edition is Inadequate to supply Orders will be filed and filled In order of receipt Those wishing copies of these laws will please send In tuelr orders early as the forms are not stero typed and the edition will be limited to what seems to be the demand There will be two forms of the laws published one containing the public acts in pamphlet form the other con Â¬ taining IkMi public aud private acts bound in the usual style Persons or- Â¬ dering the laws will please state spe- Â¬ cifically which edition they desire the public acts private acts or both The price for the Public Acts in pam Â¬ phlet form is 51 00 each The Public and Private Acts bound in usual form will cost the purchaser 500 for the set Frankfort Capital 47 1 2 CENTS Rev E Forman D D preached at Cynthiana Sunday Versailles the Sun dayjjcfore and Jrvine the Sunday before that Rev Dr Lyman Abbott was Friday elected permanent pastor of Plymouth church and the first regular successor of Henry Ward Beecher John P Newman I W Joyce J H Vincent and J N Fitzgerald are the four Bishops elected by the Northern Methodist Conference in session in New York Miss Rose Elizabeth Clevtland sister to the President addressed the Womens Executive Committee of Home Missions of the Presbyterian church at Philadel- Â¬ phia Friday The ceremony of laying the corner stone of the Catholic University of Amer- Â¬ ica was observed at Washington Thurs- Â¬ day Bishop Spalding delivered an address which was listened to by the Presi- Â¬ dent and several members of his Cabinet Â¬ Frankfort May 8 18S8 A bill was Instructions to Sheriffs passed in the last few days of theLegis lature reducing the rate of taxation to 42 cents but in view of the fact that there Is already a deficit In the Treas- Â¬ ury of about 200000 aud that the old rate of taxtatiou even under the most favorable circumstances will not in the next year bring iu more than enough revnue to make good that de- Â¬ ficit the Governor disapproved the bill Inasmuch as it came to him only an hour or to before the close of the session with a multitude of other bills which it was his duty to pass upon he did not have time to set forth his reas- Â¬ ons fur doing so to the legislature but simply disapproved it You will collect as heretofore 47J cents on the S100 Very respectfully Fayette Hewitt Auditor UNION CITY A notable event was the celebration at Philadelphia Thursday by both the Northern and Southern Presbyterians of the centennial of the Presbyterian church Two great mass meetings were held and the feature of the day was the oration of Col W C P Breckinridge who seems to have thoroughly captivated his hearers Dr Witherspoon and Col Bennett Young also delivered interesting adÂ¬ the average while in the big event the Kentucky Handicap the time was re Â¬ markable coming very close to the record which the weights considered it practi Â¬ The Kentucky Handicap cally equaled brought one of the best fit Ida ever col- Â¬ lected in the West to the post and it was A singular a race from eend to eend of this was that the pace terrific feature at the start was held from post to finish there being hardly a half seconds differ- Â¬ ence In the time of the slowest and fastest of the five quarters each considered separately while the mile and a quarter was run in time close to the record Egmont winning so easily that many thought he would have had no trouble in going the distance half or three quarters of a second faster The time 207 was simply phenomenal it being but half a but the second slower than the record difference in the weight carried by both Egmont and Terra Cotta make the per- Â¬ fully not if nearly formance equal to Dry Monopoles mile and a with 106 quarter as a pounds up in 207 The fractional time first First quarter 025 is as follows first three quarters ii6Xi half 051 mile and a quarter first mile 141 last mile 141 37 four-year-o- ld Fair to Good Feeders 2 2518 2 40 Common- - and Thin FEEDERS AND STOCKERS 42 4 oo Good Extra Steers 3 75 3S Fair to Good Steers 1 75 3 00 Good to Extra Heifers 2 50 Common andThin Stackers 2 25 COWS AND CALVES 35 oo40 00 Best Grades 22 oo30 00 Fair to Good 15 oo20 00 Common 4 75 Best Veal Calves 4 50 35 4 35 Fair to Good 3 50 3 00 Common and Heavy SPRING LAMBS Extra- - The Penn Mutual fully called to the Pknn Mutual Ljm Insurance Company of PWtadeJpWa The Penn Mutual issues all approv The attention of the public k respect DINELLI Â¬ Our steam engin and mammoia ice cream freeser are now m n ed forms of Life and Endowment Policies Surnlus beinir available in reduction of tion and we are prepared to fQr the second and succeeding payments nigh such returns of surnlus have reduced the Â¬ Common to Good HOGS 4 oo 5 5 7 35 7 50 5 00 Select Butchers Fair to Good Packers Good to Extra Lights Light Pigs Roughs and Scalawags 5 85 5 75 5 5X9 5 7o 5 45 53 4 25 desired 3 50 average cost of insurance much below the figure of many first class competitor IU Non Forfeiture and Extension svstems are the most liberal extant full reserve being applied at hpse to extension in of original sum insured or to the pur chase of Paid Up insurance as may be All Policies non forfeitable and after two years incontestable The Penn is unequaled in financial security Without security tkere is no insurance Mere volume of assets gives no protection The real test is applied by insurance writers and the authorities in State Insurance Departments viz The In this res Â¬ ratio of assets to liabilities pect the Penn stands at the head of the list having now 124 of well secured as- Â¬ sets for every 100 of liability present or contingent Give us a call before imur ng elsewhere J K Faulkner District Agent Office First Nat Bank Jerry A Sullivan Local Agent Richmond Ky omay3m ICE CREAM any quantity at any timr011 tbe shortest notice - ptph Milk Shakes with any flavorings dwl ait Soda Water fronra splendid fountain II GIFTS OF POISON dresses Frost and cut worms have been no respectors of persons Haden Keenes daughter who has been so low with pneumonia is re- Â¬ covering Thomas Harriss daughter who marrfed James Stone of Clark county has been brought back to her fathers house in bad health Preaching at the church and baptism by tlio pastor J I Wills on the 19th Large number present gan Friday a resolution was adopted an- Â¬ nouncing unalterable opposition to any A resolution con- Â¬ form of liquor license demning the use of tobacco provoked an animated discussion as a large proportion of the clergymen use the weed The Presb tcrian General Assembly in Iowa decided that it has no right to instruct Presbyteries to license candidates fdr minis Â¬ ters who are addicted to the use of tobac- Â¬ co and adopted a strong recommendation against it The Northern General Assembly of the Presbyterian church in session in Phila Â¬ That delphia adopted the following this General Assembly commend the fidelity and and efficiency of the commit- Â¬ tee appointed last year to confer with a committee from the Southern Assembly as expressed in the report submitted and that while it would be premature and im- Â¬ proper to accept that report as a definite form of union this Assembly declares its hearty approval of all answers in the committees report touching the various questions submitted to it by the commit tee of the Southern Assembly The American Baptist Publication SoÂ¬ At the Methodist Conference in Michi- Â¬ Martin Gentry reports a shower of ciety held its sixty fourth annual meeting black bugs at his bouse about daylight in Washington The Secretary read the They fell iu such quantities that be report of the Board of Managers which could easily have gathered up a half shows that the total receipts of the book bushel of them DRUWNVILLE The recent visitations of the frost klug was quite a serious joke to the farmers aud yegetation is slow to cover re- Â¬ TMF TARIFF IX PENNSYLVANIA The Democrats of Pennsylvania the home of Randall and Kelley 111 ii State Convention last tives in convention assembled de dares- that revision ol the tariff laws is necessary with a view to their simplification the correction of their incongruities and in equalities the regulation of duties in such manner as will put American industry on a firm and permanent basis covering the difference between wages in this coun try ami foreign countries tlte abo lition of taxes on raw material for manufacturers and tlte relief of the people from useless and onerous taxes and from extortion by trusts and monopolies controlling the price ot the necessaries of life That to this end and that labor may be the more effectually protected in the enjoyment of its earnings and in steadiness and continuity of employment we give our most hearty and emphatic indorsement to the recommenda Â¬ that the Democratic party of Pennsylvania by its representa Â¬ iie day and spoke boldly 011 tin tai iff question They declared Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tions of President Clevelands last j iual message to Congress and lie line with the principles a I lown in that message we it 1iiinend to Congress Ijic prompt adoption of the Revenue lull reported from the Committee cm Ways and Means and urge the Democratic Representatives from tl - Slate to give their earnest and Ttii livjded support LE ur raLLKD AX0US CATTLE ci N k Farm Nebraska the prop ui Mr T W Harvey made lit Dewier Park Chicago recently 1 iteen females averaged 375 5 j and eleven bulls averaged 7t thus rendering an aggre wi 10750 for the 29 head frIp exceedingly high average 770 The lowest priced jjniu sold was 200 and tlte I t 700 the latter being for Vi toria of Turlington the c 1 ne best sale of Polled Angus ever made in the United it - was that of the Turlington c 1 -- -- - 47 - v salved Lv li IIIji - red Paris 1166 by Mr Trumbo Ottawa f Januarv 14 1473 iO i J C I no- second highest price was r the all Heather Lad 2d 7 A II B calved Mareh 29 sire Black Knight 4751 I 7 bought by Mr Wallace 5 t Estill Howard county L 31 iitlne of Madison county ir catlie were purcliased by - parlies from Illinois In v Mi souri Iowa and Miune u e a a prices and residences of clearly indicating 1 Tr lasersdemand for Polled it rjiktl i a drive recently lrom Richmond to Speedwell we saw not less than fifteen Polled Angus calves which shows that Col 0 Aru- - bnag iule Bob Miles cial to tiie farmer because first it pro Â¬ Steeple 552 tects liin products sgHlnst competition MtkHZ MiVi Volta Endurer Entry front the agricultural products of other Mile 141K Lela May countries and second the gentleman tm Gleaaer withers Hilda Baraes i o2 says because it diversifies industry xHeats xx6 Covington 574 Wanderoo Coviaiton Macbeth S5 ami by increasing the number of peo Mile - 144 John Gray Vincent ple engaged in other than agricultural H 116 pam Harper Jr Adams Covington X 4i dune imrstiits increases the market for his Mile Persimmons De Lowr 143 Surprise products It is scarcely necessary fur Hurdle 22a Ten Times Taral Fuller Barnes me to make nu argument to show that X RoidOr 7 Jff De Lone s6K Headlad as to all those agricultural products 16 Covington Macbeth 151 Barnes Kirklin iii Fan Kinr - Covington which the farmers of the country are Mile soW H xete Cruiser Wilhams compelled to send abroad to sell at K De Long K Queen Bess foreign prices the duty can not be of x X6 1 50 Barnes Steeple Huston Hob Miles 3 39 any possible benefit The American iijK Biddv BowltBK Withers Covington Tudor farmer understands this so surely and Covmgtoa Huntress the fallacy iff this argument has so H Gleaaer tvitners 103 KHey Little Mitch 210 often been exposed that it would be n x Jf NASHVILLE waste ot time to dwell on it It is CovingtoaT barely possible that at some particular I02 24 Little Minch Finnegan BruraBctte I16 time and at some peculiar point along Covington Jacobin Be 14 SO Laura atone- - Barnes the northern border n duly upon barley x IS 3 4 Balance Covington Barnes IX7 3 Rivet and hay and potatoes and eggs and K Tarsi 120 1 4 Lelex perhaps a few other articles may en Â¬ M 70 yds x 47 4 AsceoU Barnes 102 3 4 Proctor Knott Stoval able the producer of those articles at H Betic Barnes iiuj 4 Cupid Urocele Meore X31 1 2 that particular time and place to real- Â¬ ft H Gerhardy 104 4 Sunlight ize a hither price than be would if the x Moore Asceola 49 Withams S3 4 Cruiser duty were removed But even this Covington Lahtte Hopedale Moms 3 occasional and uncertain benefit is of McCarty SO but very little advantage to him and HoH 128 i alGlen Hall MiTel Barnes I41 4 Wary when you come to remember that he is HolSs 116 Ltda L Birthday Barnes 43 all the time subjected to the burden Orderly Riley H 3 whioh a high tariff inipobea upon the Barnes 34 4 ieo ri Em Norfolk Murphr to buy aud undertakes articles he has Dave Hennessv CevMgton 04 De Long to set oft his advantages against his IX7I 2 Louenur Covington Mde- Tudor 43 disadvantage you will find a balance Covington Utile Minch SS Barnes Reevee na 1x14 on the wrong side Barnes 1163 4 Rerracsse Ridnap WitKams SO course I lie domestic market the Of Lisland - Rivers o3 home market is improving and has DeDoog 102 14 Persimmons Covington 115 4 Lafitte been improving and will continue to fiiie Barnes 4I 34 White Nose Barnes 2Q73 4I Paragon improve under any system of taxation LEXINGTON along with the increase of population Covington of wealth the improved facilities for ieF4 LcU May Poteen Taral XFitiDatrtclc production aud distribution in this X03X9 French Park McCarty The Lioness oouutry But bow long are our fann Â¬ ft z De Long 148 11 Persimmons Barnes S3 4 Persimmons ers to sit down aud wait fur the coming x Chevalier Lewis 2 so IK Covington of that Iwme market which the gentle- Â¬ rrk 43 4 Tudor Taral SOJ 4 Cbilhowee men on the other side have been prnm TaraL Castaway IIO Covington 3e Uela May M3 krtag them lor so many loin years xJ Fruoatrkk French Park ruzzz 2163M Ceavrood McCarty Take the average production of wheat Barrister- - riarncs 493-4 in this country during the last few MBc Breckinridge Redstone Barnes Il6 21 Wary years and assume that there shall be Taral 46 i JCait ateci Covington Lincoln SO no increase whatever in the production 3GE S3 er capita aaeT1 I J2I 4 Marchma mMH Ray aud that the consumption Covington iiTudor 4 shall remain always precisely as it is flinz 114 14 Little Mmch Covington Murphy Libretto I42 Barnes and It is oapable of demonstra- Â¬ M to yds- - 47 Wary 3 4 Dutchess May TaraL J tion that there oan be 110 homo a McCarty auoert rxo Breckinridge x Jbsaoc siH Hypocrite market for all tiie wheat of he m WaraUc 2 12 SKleZ TauL American farmer until our population 1452 24 Lcpaaio Barnes Hector X- 211 shall rsMii nearly 100000000 The last stslUte showing tliecoifSiinipthMi Captain Samuel Beall of Lumpkin and prodtHSttaii ami the exportation of raw euttoH la this country show that Ga started in to dig a pit in the cellar In I860 Me sent abroad about two of Ms TesWence the other day and un UiinU of our production and we con Â¬ earthed 167 haw or lead welsblng fif-Â¬ sumed lit our uiunufaotorles at home teen ounces The house is built on the one lbird The capital Invested in ruin of an old fort that was erected as 18S0 was SlOQ0GO9O The number of a defense against Indians in 1833 and bands employed waa 172000 Now if It is supposed that the lead was intend Â¬ we have been more than 100 years in j ed for bullets x 1 1 1 MileT PcrMraraofi 43 a surplus St Valentine H- S7 TIkj speaker demonstrated that X Bkifg Ten Times H 117 Buckeve a reduction ot the tariff would not 117 rOlea Hall 43 injure tlie manufacturing indus- Mile S7K Endurer Birthday 117 tries of the county The factories 7 a uetta 37 15s would continue with profit to their l l6 BfCSMBK H 5 owners notwithstanding the com- H 117 Ilack Brown petition ot foreign factories which M 70 ydi 117 ILida -pt M7K Banlru We Wa might follow the reduction of H I04K Viking Red Leaf 7 tariff on foreign products r16 Waaderoo Mr Carlisles speech elicited 1 Glen Hall 4K Una B profound attention and lrequent MEMPHIS applause Referring to the home U siK Entry markets he said Lilbcrt Persimmons We all know my opponent nays Mir Panama that tiis protective fyslem is benefi 5K Blessing Hypocrite -Â¬ x Â¬ L1 1 Â¬ and second because it produced and perpetuated a surplus in the Treasury which led to extravagant administration which was inimicial to good government He disliked the idea of reducing the surplus by purchasing unmatured bonds at a premium The Itest relief was the prevention of a surplus cease to collect more taxes than necessity demands and therefore stop the accumulation of Â¬ Those who arc preparing for tiie cul- Â¬ Below is a tabulated statement of the ture of tobacco are much discouraged winning horses at the New Orleans over a partial failure in plants Memphis Nashville and Lexington The cut worms have been very dls Races this sprine with distance run tructive in this locality time made aud rider of winning O K Koland and David Richardson horse have moved the grist mill which they NEW ORLEANS operated near Wiustou to near Blue TIME DISTANCE Wins Jockey Bank E slill county 8 1 x t6 Milt Fan King Glea Hall HHatreM Frcderica 1JUBBK Covington noms Moths - Leavy Barnes De Long Williams Jjohnson Vincent Freeman HoUts Many have been the gay fishing pur ties that have gathered this spring upon the mossy banks of Drowning Creek near the village green Stevenson of Ohio and John New man of Estill county are pursuing with renewed energy the work of de velopiug a supposed silver mine about 2 miles North east of Winston Estill county LEXINGTON Barnes Barnes Breckinridge Moore Moore Soden Holhs F Gerhard- Freeman Covington Warick Covington 1104ns Vincent Barnes Overton De Long Taral Wdhaets Warake Huston Overton Williams Baraes Covington J Historic points of JJexiugtou Ivy The Madison House Southwest corner High and Limestone Is where Jefler- 6on Davis boarded when he attended the Transylvania University about sixty years ago Henry Clay was married 1799 in the house corner Mill and Second streets Joe II Daviess the great prosecutor of Aaron Burr lived in the house on Main street opposite the Christian church Mad Anthony Wayne inspected recruits for the Iudiau Campaign of 1794 near the Carty residence LaFayette was received by the MdSoiiH iu 1825 at the ball which then stood near the Northwest comer of Main and Broudwuy Col Robt Patterson the founder of Lexington aud oue of the founders of Cincinnati lived 011 the site of the Samuel Hayes residence corner of Hill and Lower Joel T Hart one of the greatest of American sculptors had his studio near the Bradley resideuce ou Secoud street Humphrey Marshall died in the resi- Â¬ dence at the head of Sixth street 97 Tli os Marshall occupied a law office Jordans Row near Short street Commercial College students keep coming iu The students all go to church 011 Sunday get a position near the entrance as possible exchauge notes in time of service stand up solemnly receive the benediction and then stand about to see the fair Bex pass out One young mau a few nights since was out late and was locked out He came up fiudiug the door locked be began pulling the door bell but no oue would respond so he thought be would avenge himself by taking hold of the door bell knob putting both feet against the door pulling with all his might then letting go aud sitting down ou the street Winchester Court J A Ramsey auctioneer report 400 cattle on the market about one half being sold Thirty two steers weight 1200 lbs 14150 per head 40 steers weight 1000 lbs 35 10 good short yearling steers brojght 1970 12 yearling scrub steers 1290 8 yearling scrub steers 9 45i xi scrub calves 730 A fair crowd in town but business generally dull Â¬ department for the year amounted to The net assets of the society 587191 are 711805 During the year 112 new publications have been added to the socie Â¬ tys catalogue The total receipts of the Bfble work for the year was 29439 or 16066 above lastyear oL various classes and missionary secretaries were in the service of the so- Â¬ ciety during the year The American Baptist Educational Society elected Francis Wayland of Connecticut Presi dent L B Ely of Missouri and Hon M A Pillsbury of Minnesota Vice Presi- Â¬ dents Lansing Burrows of Georgia Re- Â¬ cording Secretary Rev F T Gates of Minnesota Corresponding Secretary and J Levering 01 Maryland Treasurer A Board of Managers was chosen In the National Conference of the German Baptist church in session at Wa Â¬ bash Indiana one thousand delegates were present in the tabernacle on Wed- Â¬ nesday and voted against permitting the Womans Christian Temperance Union to hold meetings in the tabernacle There was not a dissenting vote on the question The conference was cornered on the tem- Â¬ perance question by Mrs K T Shaw of North Manchester She is secretary of the local Womans Christian Teper ance organization and asked to hold meetings in the tabernacle when it was not in use The Standing Committee con- Â¬ sidered her request and unanimously de- Â¬ clined to extend her the courtesy The committee concluded its report as follows The deliverances of our General Confer-Â¬ ence for one hundred years present an unbroken record on the subject and against the use of intoxicants as a bever Â¬ age The temperance cause still has our united prayers yet after carefully con- Â¬ sidering your request this committee unanimously decides that we can not open our tabernacle for the use of any association for the discussion of questions not directly connected with the object of our conference Â¬ It is time that respectable merchants combine with consumers for the sup- Â¬ pression of all gift prize anil lottery Bsliemus iu connection with the sale of articles of merchandise These schemes are not only demoralizing to ligitimate business and to the morals of tbe com- Â¬ munity but in tbe extent in which they are beliiK carried iu the sale of articles of food have become a source of great dauger to the public health They are no matter Iu what form they appear nothing more or less than devices to swindle honest and unsus- Â¬ pecting people It is gratifying to learn that in some instances the officers of the law have taken bold of the matter In New YorR and also in Chicago parties who in this way offer gifts to purchasers of their packages having recently been arrested upon indictments for lottery swindling Tbe latest candidates both for public execration and criminal prosecution arc the manufacturers of the alum baking powders who are both by mean3 of gifts and lottery tickets dioposing of large quantities of their corrosively poisouous com pounds which are so well known to be detrimental to health that no house- Â¬ keeper will admit them to her kitchen knowingly This form of swindle is not only being peddled from house to house but under the promise of large profits to be realized the manufactur- Â¬ ers are en trenching themselves behind tbe counters of many grocers by getting them to ofler the alum goods with tbe gitts or lottery tickets attached there- Â¬ by shifting the possibility to prosecu- Â¬ tion in part upon other and perhaps innocent parties Every grocer and dealer for instance who sells or offers lor sale any of the prize or lottery baking powders is a criminal In the eye of tbe law and liable upon con- Â¬ viction lo fine and Imprisonment while those who sell the gift goods are morally as responsible fpr they are offering an inducement or prize to housekeepers to uso a food that con- Â¬ tains a carrossive poison This is a predicament iu which it is not possible our grocers will care to placed them- Â¬ selves when they come to think seri- Â¬ ously of tbe matter It must be borne in the mind that eyery one of these gift or prize baking powders are alum baking powders These powders cost less than four cents a pound to produce the gift costs but a few cents more They are sold at the price of a first class baking powder so that the swindle Iu u com- Â¬ But the mercial sense is enormous chief iniquity of the business consists in selling us presumably wholesome an article of a positively injurious character and by means of gifts or bribes including servants or unsuspect- Â¬ ing bouse keepers to purchase and uso it in our daily bread There should be some prompt meth- Â¬ od of reaching these dangerous prac- Â¬ tices and puulshiug the parties engag- Â¬ ed in their promotion If the present laws are not ample we commend tbe matter to our State Board of Health for recommendation of such additional legislation as shall be eflectly for the protection of tbe public It Nursery The Climax has received from the Monmouth Nursery New Jersey an elegant catalogue embracing a large amount of valuable information Those interested iu fruit should send for a catalogue It Monmouth AK Tlili powder never varies A marvel of purity strength and wholowmeness Jlore economical than the onllnnry kinds and mulcannot be mM In competition with tiie plios Â¬ titudes ot low test RliorUwelelit aluraor powders Sold only In enns IIoyai Ehate Powder Co-- 106 Wall HU N Y fcEAUTIIT YOLIi LAWs Fruits of every knL Vegetables fresh and in abnnj ance Candies in profusion To bacco and Cigars S DINELLI A eo marn tf to order Absolutely Pure YAZOO RECORD I VB Patented M trtsh 22 87 jlyi iy City Electa lota 1SSS FOLDING LAWN SETTEE The Peer of all lawn Seats will adjust itself to uneven ground Light durable handsome and strong Painted bright red and ornamented Prices Settee S150 amd 350 Chairs 3150 Ilockers 3300 each They all fold flat If your dealer dont keep them ask him to order for you from AUB2I0AN FOLDING 0SAI2 CO 1301 to 1323 N Main Notice is hereby given that tbe regu- Â¬ lar City Election of the City of Rich- Â¬ mond will occur ou Above cut represents our patented Setteo The only Settee ever made that BROTHER 2lt By Harold 1st dam by Belmont Mambrino Chief 2d Roebuck 13d Whip 4th Will stand at Silver Creek Madison county Ivy at 40 To c TO 248 YUBA Issurb A Livisg Colt For ther particulars address us at ver Creek T S BTJRNAM 3m feb29 fur S3 Saturday June 2nd CO at wbicli time will be elected by the qualified voters of said City a Police Judge Mayor and Couucllmen from each of the four Wards or the City Said polls will bo open at 7 A jr and close at G p m on said date in each Waul as follows 1st Ward at or near Piggs Stable Husan Mackeys 2nd Barlows Mill 3rd 4th LUMBER s ST 10UIS St 01 Hit 2H Court House LEADS THE TY02LD The following officers are appointed to act at said election P rfwrioritrrt Cin- S500 n GM frr G ciinati Iu u Mn 1 x n n ami 1st Word Judges W W Pigg and full trial an J EstxTt Ust- M D vVninscott Clerk ET Burnaui Sheriff T E Arnold 2nd Ward Judges C Hunley and Henrv Hargis Clerk Bland Ballard Sheriff Joe Bush 3rd Ward Judges Joel Perkins and David ONell Clerk Isaac McColluro Sherifl R F Baxter 4th Ward Judges Wm H Smith and A J Mershon Clerk E B Wal- Â¬ Peerless Traction and Tortablc lace Sheriff D J McQuceuey and Creamery Domestic Given uuder my band as Judge of Engines The an 1loiT Steam tho Police Court of Richmond this Eusincs may 14tb 1SSS Gciscr Tiircslier anil leaner Talent Variable Fric Â¬ 49 50 H C RICE P J R tion I eel Pat Dop S t wxrksanil i PEFR Eg t1 1 I have plenty of lumber on haml for barnr ami other ueli building Can 3 till orders itrooiptiy for any amoant every Uy detrel My Mill is runiiiii order Dt t hik will saw lumber to Lumber 125 per hundred etiFiMill nt Cleveland Fayette un ty Kentucky maj 9 41 Turnpike Election There will be a meeting of the stock holders of the RieumotMl and Barnes Mill Turnpike Road Conipauy on SATURDAY the 2d day JUNE for the pur pose of electing President and Direct ors All the stockholders are reqdfel in lie present at the Madi or Nii a Bank on that Hay at z ocioe i v ji R W DeJakxatt PresiJen maylS 3t Â¬ Â¬ uTisKiSJlelLJ baw Ciuide MVSimmonsLiTerMcdiciiieEstvd 1S40 In the U S Court defeats J II Zetltn Propr AQSimmonj Lir er Kegulator Esfd by Zcilin 1S6S JI A S L it has or 47 yean cured The Original Wins P Simmons St Lotus C Propr 81Bsili Savr Jlfll on the Litost lrpTmTl anI cVnp market btifcl for catalogue to tlio GEISER MANUFACTURING CO DrsrirsiAjSicic Headache Lost Sour Stomach Etc Ker T BKeams Pastor M B Church Adams Tenn writes Il iuuok 1 snouid cave seen dead but lor your Genome JI A Sim- Â¬ mons Liver Medicine I hare WIROcA sometimes had to substitute renins stun xoryonr itieat cine but it dont answer the nuroose KpFlXl Dr J R Graves Editor Tkt ArrBTiTX 1 Indigestion Bilmisniss We want agents and invito wiktcsck mxzux eo ri correspondence I apr2 6m FAUM for SALE I wish to sell privately that portion of my farm known as the Uwens place lour miles from Red House station Kentucky Centra Railroad radison county on the road leading from Otter Creek to Muddy Creek The boundary contains iV ti - rfTn - - x - Tenn says of Your Liver Medicine and have used half of it It workslike a charm I want no betUr Liver Regulator and cer tainly no more of Zedins mixture Jijr Memphis I received a rjacltape Tho Popular Lino between Acres J03 well and 49 40 and improved is house cistern garden barn and other out- Â¬ buildings good fences and an abundant lie Esuri Tnlai TBEtttn TJItkMt Oisp All of the Pullman Sleeping- Car3 andElocrantKs supply of never failing water land is in blue grass and has been for clinic e Choir Cars on Night Trams twentv five years The entire tract can magnificent Far lor Cars on Day Trains be plowed with ease and is suitable for tobacco Lan sell eitner nity or one BZTWZZS The land is limestone hundred acres LAFAYETTE of Land liaving a good Cincinnati tn Indianapolis HACfCIgyAC Summer Tours Palace Steamers Low with ash sugar tree and walnut timber Terms easy R P McCORD Red House Ky mch2l tf YAIDAL Rates Mffi and TsndslU LUe Pnllmin Ballet Slerpln tj Cars Pullman RecUc r Chair Cars New First Class Coachc Second Class Coaches and Baggaee Cars all run thrones without caange between Cincinnati anc St Lous Louis Cincinnati and St II Fov Tla tho C L SU L Bsllirsy C Elogant Reclining Chair Cars Excursion Rates Tour Trips per T7eali Eetween A very complete list of tourist round On the seacond day of the American trip rates and routes to western points Baptist Missionary Union with Rev for 1888 baa jirst been issued for free Â¬ DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND eiXfrooe Cbebcycui Alpena TUnirrtlla Oteods Sftcd BMh fort Huron CU Clair Oakland Hotu llarin City Every Week Hay Between fcz - x i S -- x The burning of the great stove works of the Perry Manufacturing Company at South Pittsburg Tenn resulted iu a loss of at least 00000 Six out of the seven buildings occupied by the com Â¬ pany are In ruins Twelve thousand stoves in stock were destroyed The first passenger train to run from Cbattanooga to tho top of Lookout Mntmlulii nvpr the upw road tin that historic peak made tbe trip Sunday Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 1341 hlids with re-Â¬ ceipts for tbe same period ol 4G7 bhds Hales on our market since January first amount to 35023 hhds Our mar- Â¬ ket this week has shown increased activity on Burley tobacco aud the advance during tbe week has probably been as much as 100 per 100 lbs The report concerning cut worms con- Â¬ tinue very unfavorable and only a very small proportion of the crop has been put on the bill The following quotations fairly represent our market for Burley tobacco Trash not colory and tobacco dam- Â¬ aged by freezing 600 to S800 Colory Trash S800 to SI 100 Common Lugs not colory 800 to 1000 Colory Lugs 1000 to SI 500 Common Leaf 1300 to 1500 Medium to good leaf 1500 to 1000 The wind up of the Louisville Spring Select or wrappery leaf S10 00 to Meeting was a glorious one fair weather S2400 a fast track good racing and a large at- Â¬ tendance all contributing to make the day LIVE STOOE MARKET SEPOET pleasant for race goers and profitable for By LOFKR DATER CO tbe association The morning was sunny LI e Stock Commission Merchants at Cincin- Â¬ nati Union Block YarUs and Covlnclou and clear and it was just such a day as Block Yards would induce the public to visit the race Cincinnati Ohio May 28 188S track The field was free but surprising SHIPPING CATTLE as it may seem the vast majority of the 12000 or more American citizens who Good to Extra 4 6o 4 75 Fair to Good 4 26 4 50 congregated at the course preferred to Common and Rough 3 50 3 90 pay for admission to the grand stand Good to Extra Oxen 4 oo 4 25 There were 400 or 500 in the free field Fair to Good Oxen 3 25 3 75 2 50 but the remaining thousands were on the Common and Rough 3 00 BUTCHER CATTLE Ladies have atother side of the track tended the races in great numbers but Good to Extra 4 60 4 75 Fair Good 4 25 4 50 the part of the stand set apart for the air ExtratoFat Steers 4 6o 4 7c sex was filled as it has rarely been before Fair to Good Steers 4 25 4 50 The betting was unusually heavy and Good to Extra Cows 3 S5 3 65 Fair to Good Cows while the book makers had all the busi 3 25 3 50 2 50 3 00 ness they could attend to they did not Common Cows Cows and Oxen Rough 1 25 2 00 win everything as they have a habit of BULLS doing on last days The track was very Best Shipping I 3 S 3 75 fast and a trifle dusty and in nearly every Best Bologna 3 25 3 00 race run the time made was better than Fair Bologna 3 50 3 75 Â¬ Â¬ Edward Judson D D in the chair the election of officers resulted as follows President Hon G A Pillsbury Minneapolis Minn Vice President Rev II F Colby D D Dai ton Ohio and Thomas Wayland L L D New Haven Conn Recording Secretary Rev H S Burrage D D Portland Maine August S next will be the 100th anniversary of the birth of Adoniram Judson and in honor of his memory it was resolved to increase the income of the society 50 per cent and to raise a special Judson centennial fund of 100000 by subscriptions of not less than 1000 each Resolutions were adopted petitioning the United States Goverment and the Goverment of the Congo Fr e States and the Worlds Missionary Conference in favor of the- prohibition of the liquor traffic in Africa Rev W T Chase D D of Minneapolis was select- Â¬ ed as the preacher for the next anniver- Â¬ sary Four new missionaries were present- Â¬ ed to the union as under appointment to foreign fields This session it is said has been one of the roost satisfactory ever held by the society and the new year is begun with great encouragement for the future Adjourned sine die distribution by C H Pass Agent St P M Paul Minn Warren Gen M Ry St may23 Gt DETROIT AND Ouh CLEVELAND Special Sunday Trips dsrlsi July and August Louisville ByOlover Tobacco Ware House Market Tobacco Bates and Ereartlon Tickets will ba furnished by your Ticket Ascnt or addrces E B WHITCOMB Gtn Pass Asxht Illustrated Pamphlets CeTelsnd Steam tiaiigation DETROIT MICH Go Detroit Dnrrelt Louisville apr2e 6m Tho BTJYEHB GUIDE U issued March and BepU loach yoar It is an ency jclopcdia of useful infor- Elation for til who pnr chase tho luxurlos or tna necessities of life We clotho you and furnish you with can an tho nocesaary ana uiineceBiKiry appliance to ridowalfc danco sleep cat fish hunt vrort go to church or stay at homo and in various sizes styles and quantities Just figure out what is required to do dl thoso things and you caa wakoato COMFORTABU estimate of tho valuo of tho BUYERS GUIDE which will bo sent upon receipt of 10 cents to say postage 101 114 Hichijian PUBLIC TRIAL 2262 TACING C I St T 1 C and W Short tl B Sired by Gov Sprague 22o 1st Commodious Reclining Chair Cars Btrmiii dam by George Wilkes 2d dam Vandalia by son of Vandal 3d dam by son of Intunapolis Fsrii Ilh aid E Mhi I v American Eclipse and eo on back Via STTKTYnOH thoroughbred 15 times CISt L4 C and Tr wBBil I had rather have filly colts by Vandal At Chicago St Lozls sad Peoria clow sod la Â¬ all Lists Yilkes to keep for breeding purposes mellate connections an made Tilth South- - U for my own use than from any stallion in and from the northwest ffnt aad Kentucky because he can pace faster Itrtajl Tkttt s ml Eapps taetki tt til rriKif il rtuti be obtained at any Ticket Office CI StL than any stallion in Kentucky that will Can C Ry also via this line at all Coupon Ticlct compare with him in high breeding Ogees throgghont the errantry Will stand at 25 To Insure a Living JOHN ECAN6irasadTktl CDlCXSrNATLa Colt B H NEALE apr iS 2m 3 34 T Cincinnati and Peoria THI TIA Brrwisw HI C C WALLACE Z T KICE JK MONTGOMERY WARD Avenue ChieagoEL CO mch216m THE TWO STALLIONS pring Goods CONSISTING OF SEE OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF ESCORT AND MENS UQES SSISSESJHD CHILDREHS i We have on hand the most complete line of The former a saddle horse and the latter a harness horse tioth unex- Footwear Furnishing Goods and Hats celled for blood and breeding will make the season of 18S8 at the We have taken Fair Ground Stables at 20 and i n Central Kentucy 15 to insure special pains in selecting this stock to get 0 H Cubnaolt apr82m the most Stylish Durable and Comfortable acroi ot the 5Ion Shoes in the market IndlRD RaserrnUon GO WEST tanaopened for Bettleneut ust llenr tlrpat Bear in mind that we handle the best ton Assinnlbolne and vmiuttti rr rich mineral nnd coal districts grariug and farm lands of the very nigheat quality The b 1 1 1 j opportunities for making money here are Cloys Zeigler Bros nj greater than anywhere else in tbe United States This is tho time tocuand seenreyonr N Hess Bro and other excellent brands location For rate Maps or other Information Address Wabkrn Gen Paw Agent St PM Ry St Paul Minn that are first clas and warranted Eeal Estate For Sale Anything we have in winter goods A farm of nores 4 milaa from will be sold at greatly reduced prices Itlobmoml KENTUCKY OHIEFJR Â¬ 18000000 Ulasi-nw- - Knlla Vl TlAn- - sJN C Â¬ 11 M 106 on the L alienator pike Wei improved wituf ood water For terunlnqiilfe of Joe B113I1 marll 4m mch2i iy WALLACE BICE- - m9SSP EEJSei fca xj Ttjjfj7rr jjSjrisavfGfiii - t59f x THE CLIMAX MAY 30 Louisville SoHthcrn Louisville Southern the North poss ed tbrHiigh this city yesterday and was duly forwarded tt cemo from the Court day Monday CliiaimiaU 8ouihrn and was handled with much pride by the employes all Tuesday night gam Jones nwng the line The associate roHds of Kirksyitle Fair July 20th and 21st tle LiHiisVille Suthcrn now are Cln olHiiati Soutlrarii 336 miles Alalwma A picnic at sulpher well Buones Great Southern 205 New Orloans and borougb is to oeeHr soon Northeastern 108 miles Vieksburg Duly one marriage license issued the and Meridian 1421 miles Vicksburg Olion Barr Anna Rich ShreVeport and Pabitic ISO miles past week Tlil with the Southerns own eighty rJsnii three miles mnkes the total mileage Tickets 68 and 76 cents for San 1241 J miles Courier Journal 25h - fir sale nt Stockton Joiie lectunDead in a Pond Willis A Lancaster telegram of Monday Sam Jinei will lecture at the Court Â¬ says Nelson Tenter a prosperous house in HicJihmmmI hii next Tuesday farmer residing about three miles from uiglit JuueSih this plttce was found dead in a pond of Mr E Field Miller shipped a lot of water at ati early hour this morning When found he hud on his clothes and cattle up from his Mississippi planta tion yei terday to he graced in Clark when raised a strong odor ol chloro- Â¬ form issntd from his mouth Whether cuuiity he suicided or met with foul play can in Mr Joliu ShH of Jacksonville not be ascertained Tenter was to have Florida formerly ef RiehnxMHl ship been married uext week to a young ped a car if iMWes from Jacksonville widow at NIoholasville He was this efk to New York thought to be worth 5100000 aud was in tbe If you lHve any ehins against the money habit of carrying large sums of upon his person When found tHC f the hue James A Lanier you ct no money could be di oovered upon Â¬ would do well to observe Commission his body which leads to the belief of er SotIIs notice ami act at once foul play Tlie firt regular jweiger train over GwrgetewH Confederate Jlonnment lu Louisville Southern left Louisville The Climax is in reoeipt of the sub Monday nijniiHg at 7 oeloek and joined self explanatory invitation made HarroiWmrg in three hours You are resiwctfully invited to attend Mr Kins who put the oeleotric the unveiling of tlie Confederate mon ligli- - 11110 Bonanea Milk this place ument ic the Georgetown cemetery Las closed a contract with the author- Â¬ Saturday June 2nd 1SS3 erected un- Â¬ ity ot Wiucliester te light that town der the auf pices of the Ladies Confed- Â¬ erate Monumental Association of Scott Elsew here in this hsue in found the oouuly Ceremouies to commence at paper read by Dr Howard Crutoher 2 oeloek P M before the sou if Rev Sam Crutchar Order of Fxercises Prayer Dr J Asseeiatiou at Q Hunter Introduotoiy Bemarks State Homeopathic Frankfort Eld J B McGinn Music Poem Mu ie Ad- Â¬ MaJ Henry T Stanton Dr A Wilkes Smith purchased of dress Col W C P Breckinridge Clay last week four Mr IrHtHJ Music Strew ing of Flowers Benedic Â¬ acres of laud 011 the Lexington turn- Â¬ tion Bev T B Cook Mrs A II pike near the cRy limits for 2000 and Sineiare President M Roberta Webb will build a residence thereon SeereUry and Treasurer The new Building and Loan Apsoei The Rabbit Trade anon the charter Air which was grantid about to ed by fie 1 is t Legislature Few persons have any idea of tlie be organized The incorporators held rabbit trade in Madison county during a meeting yesterday and appointed tite winter months From reliable a met ting of the stockholders for the sources we learn thut not less than pur ose of organizing ami opening the fifteen thousand rabbits were shipped books of the Association from the county between December 1st and February 15th They averaged The Irvine Rifles returned mi Mon Â¬ live cents apiece or aggregated 730 day from an encamptment of three Tlie rabbits are caught tlie entrails days on Col Wm Irvines place near taken out aud they are ready for ship- Â¬ town They tented on ths field 000k ment ek ate drank water drilled etc Mr It W NefT produce merchant in Richmond lells us that he shipped Legal Holiday 8000 and Rev T B Demaree of Col Â¬ To iliy is a legal holiday made so by lege Hill 1000 All these went from the Legislature during the late session Richmond It is regular Decoration Day hence it Mr Eiihu RiggerstafT railroad agent w constituted a holiday The banks at Red House tells that he shipped will be closed ami likewise we preÂ¬ 40 one party tending 2000 This sume ths post office is the largest lol outside of Richmond Mr X N Lungsfortl agent at Ford Ceramet Picas Ceart says not more than 200 went from TIe June term of the Common that Hhit aud only a iortiou of them Pita1 Court will open on icxt Monday were from Madison Juno 4th Judge Thomas J Keott pre Mr If M Shaw ageHt at Harris sithng The old equity cases immlter Station says between 400 and 600 were 11 the equity npjteHrnncs 15 and the shipped Irom that point ordinary cases 37 making h total of 172 agent eays fiOO to The caes The session will Itohl not longer 1000 White Station from his place probably tlmn one week Mr E O Faris agent at Silver Creek thinks that 800 left his station at Lexinglea iilwre Mr J B Wean en agent at Paint GilmoreV R rnd Oncert at Wood Liek reports 1500 pounds or some Â¬ land Park Saturday was the II nest thing like 800 raltbilx A pmtioii of Lexington has ever had The taher them were from Garrard oouuty ns teses Is 2000 people hih was full The pro peels are good fur an hhih It E Edmowon is receiving a daitt crop and the Itoys will have large f hare of inaise for Reeuring Gii quantities of fun and some money out mire ami hii great band Tbe anvili of I hem during the coming winter and caution worked well DNFSDAY Thelint through freight Iraiu of the iES fr 5 Â¬ Â¬ Mr S A Deatuernge has Iot a Expenses At file Exposition brown horse with white feet and star June 6th Cincinnati is uoted for its hospitality in the id forehead Liberal reward in Richmond the tt is gitiuiue liberal and impartial Holed preacher and lecturer4 Sam nnd this is one of tilt important feat Â¬ andrellaploSIedldneaafetbebest Jouce urtleorgia will deliver one of ures generally remark td at times Jv tocependnpoii Atkert Blood El his best lecliires- The choice of Hie when tile city is crowded with stran ixlrhs been prescribed for years for all InV subject has been left to Mr Jduefi gers Gouging has always been frow- - pttfitiesoftWBlood IneTeryfoiinofScrof therefore wo cannot slate what it Is lej jwn Ruj tnot to lose this very tilbus Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases it is Invaluable For Rheumatism has no equal But It will be a Characteristic lecture- valuable uame the jolly bonlface Sold by W G White Prescription no mauer wuai uio suiject may De Mine host of the Inn and the enter- Â¬ Druggist There is but one Sam Jones and aa tainers in every sphere have set their Governor Donnelly saysof Bacon who great hearted feet down ou exorbitant Among the Northern Lakes he claims wrote ShaRespeare there rates The hotels have one aud all of Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa Mis- Â¬ uever could have been another and pronounced against a rise iu their souri and Dakota are hundreds of de- Â¬ there never will be another Mr prices aud the other countless private lightful places where oue cau pass the Jones belongs to that gmup of prodi hotel keepers aud more modest home Â¬ sum tiler months iu quiet rest and engies produced by central and tiortheru like hosts and hostesses will follow joyment aud return home at the end Georgia auil eastern Tennessee There their long accustomed policy of the best of the hented lerm completely rejuven- Â¬ Is something in tlie water and soil that hospitality at their usual reasonable ated Each recurring season brings to produces phtnomeual men just as some rales The Centennial Managers have Ocouomowoc Waukesha Beaver peculiarity in the water and sol of crowned themselves with deserved Dam Frontenoc Okoboji Hotel St central Kentucky produces remitrKabIe glory by establishing an Inquiry De- Â¬ Louis Lake Minuetouka White Bear burses The eccentric but able Davy partment their general suggestion is Excelsior Springs and innumerable Crockett is an example ol Eist Teunes If you dont have or see what you other cnarming localities with ro- Â¬ sees product and the grotesque Sut waut ask for it Those therefore de Â¬ mantic names thousands of our best Loviugood Is another The humorous signing to visit the Centenuial aud depeople wfiose winter homes are ou and happy Major Jones whose court- Â¬ siring to secure accommodations need either side of Mason aud Dixons line ship has amused aud Instructed its ouly to apply to this Board with stamp Elegance and comfort nt a moderate Is a specimen of Georgia enclosed to have any want long felt thousand cost can he readily obtained A list of production aud rather In the same line or just discovered supplied It summer homes witli all necessary InBill Arp Old Si and Uncle Remus falls formation pertaining thereto is being Macey of Versailles has a yearling The brilliant but erratic Rob Toombs distributed by the Chicago Milwaukee any colt and makes this proposition If stands forth more conspicuously than will be sent 8t Paul Railway any other of Georgias phenomenal church member thinks he has a yearling free upon application aud by letter to A V faster than Maceys yearling and will pit men while Alexander Stephens barely General Passenger Carpenter H escapes that class Mr Jones is a man him against Maceys yearling Macey is Agent Milwaukee Wis inay2 2m Sain Join On text Tuesday night Uourt-hou-e - fA v BOUND TO GO OF SHACKELFORD GENTRY k CO M HIOBC3MC33Nri5 DSLE3SrTXJOS 3r I - Iron and LARGEST STOCK The Largest Hardware FurnishingAgriculand tural Stove House Tinware House in Richmond Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ LOTBIIETOHats and burnishing in Richmond Goods - IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OP KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BBBN IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR M0 R IN THIS TOWN We keep constantly on hand a Jarae stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE f all kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE- Â¬ vm RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all goods m other Rms handle Special attention given to famishing Nails Hmges Bolts fc far Tihicen We are the agents for the moat celebrated Barns Â¬ Â¬ We can not give you a 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 flLoes Â¬ with less education nnd fewer oppor Â¬ tunities than many of his fellow men but who of them has shaken up the country so violently in so short a time It is not a matter of word painting or oratory that catches the audience but an unexplaiuable something that is not often encountered It Is safe to say that the house will be crowded willing to back his yearling with hard cash and if he loses the race is willing to go to the church of the winner on the fol low ing Sunday and deposit in the con- Â¬ tribution plate the amount wagered on his colt provided of course if Maceys colt should win the race the owner of the de- Â¬ feated yearling should attend Maceys fa warranted is because it is the best Blood Preparation known It will posi Â¬ tively cure all Blood Diseases purifies the whole system and thoroughly builds np the constitution Remember we gnaranteo W G White Prescription Druggist Clothing Hats Furnishing Goods con- Â¬ it church and make a similar contribution There have been more chickens de Â¬ stroyed by cholera fcluce the war than there were men killed during the war but Gauters chicken cholera cure will stop all that It is sold and warranted by StocktonWillis It - PERSONAL Prof L G Barbour D D is in Bald more Mrs C Mississippi H Brcck has returned from For 70 Yon can buy a No 1 new Buggy war- Â¬ ranted This is a special oiler and holds good only until June 4th John Donelson Richmond Ky Kentucky Carriage Works apr26 Ot than you ever got before for same money Owing to backward spring we have cluded to Going West Â¬ -- Supper Tlie pupils f Madinnn Female In slute and of Central University will give a joint strawberry stper in the cli pel of the Institute to morrow mit Hie oljeet f the suiter U to I ay the expenses of themusie for the two conimencemetMs Tlie price i reasonable and everybody shouhl at ttinl StrawBerr- - Madison County Co Operation Meeting Grands At a meeting of the MBilion County Fair Association on hut Saturday the property was sold to Mr Brooks forSUOO We fiear that a stock com rny is to te formed and a fair will be held this year as tfwal The amhi theatre was erected twenty one years The Fair JJ ago and has never missed its usual ex hibition in August Dissertation Â¬ The shoe hat and gents1 furnisliing CknU firm of Wallace Jones doing luines on Main Sfeet in Richmond has diolved Mr Jones retiring The talesman of the firm Mr Z T Bice Jr succeeds Mr Jones fcnd tlie firm innie U now Wallace Bice Mr Joness health was not good owing to indoor confinement and seeks a more healthful sphere The new firm is moving aloti nicely Kf al Estate Transfers Allen Turpin to John O Brooks one half acre 8 Samuel Shearer to Rufus Shearer 60 acres 1 300 lot B f roih town J Clay and wife to A Wilkes Co lot Berea S125 BiclunondSlOlS Berea College to E T Fish Joe Collins to Talitha Williams lot Richmond SflOO Joseph 11 Clark and wife to Trustees Berea College lot Berea S125 Sarah Hood to Minerva Fowler lot Richmond S200 Monday morning Narrow Escape as Mies Ford was driving out the Bed House pike she encountered the passenger train at the Guess shop crossing Not being Me to tip the horse she jumped from tlie buggy and In a moment the horse spare was on ere J C Wahlen of fnnn a distance Owingsville J S Kiudrick of Win Â¬ chester R F Clay and Y L Surber State Evangelists and S Collice of Laurel county Addresses were also made by J D Goodloe W L Crutch er C P Williamsou and others All the churches were represented except Red Lick The report of the County Evangelist O J Young was exceedingly gratify- Â¬ ing It had been expected to help him in the field for all his time but that was found impracticable and he was employed tor only about seven months He bad in that time held nine meet- Â¬ ings preaching 80 days with 219 addi Â¬ tions As no statistical report was re- Â¬ quired from the churches at this meet Â¬ ing the entire membership in the county was not given but it is thought to be about 2800 The Committee on Future Work recommended a consolidation with the Stat work This met with some nppo ilioii but was finally adopted The oouuty organization will be kept up aud the work of evangelizing done under the auspices of the State Board at the oall of the County Executive Committee This plan will be tried for six months aud it It does not prove cflialent and satisfactory it can be re- Â¬ pealed at the next meeting Voluntary contributions amounting to SS were made for a church building at Ford Oue of the pleasant features of the meeting on Saturday was the song service led by A C Hopkins State Sunday school Evangelist He is won- Â¬ derfully girted In song and it was a rich treat to all lovers of music who heard him The good people of the Pond Church prepared dinuer on the ground both days and such dinners as only Madison county people cm pre- Â¬ pare Evtrybody - was feasted sump tuously and fctlll there was plenty to w Â¬ The ninth seml aununl meeting of the Co operation of Christian Churches In Madison county was held with the Pond Church last Friday and Saturday It was considered the best meeting of all that have been held the attendance awl interest the first day being better than hertofore Among the speakers The general Interest that has been Mr Joe Brooks is in Covington this taken iu the opening of the Montana week on business Indian Beser vat ions is shown by the Mr Sanford Logan has returned from largo numbers of people who have Columbia Law school already gone to Great Falls to investi- Â¬ gate tlie mineral and agricultural re- Â¬ Mrs Sophia Campbell ot Mississippi is visiting her sister Mrs C P William- Â¬ sources of excursion rate announced by C H Warren Gen Pass Agent of the son Manitoba St Paul Minneapolis Mr John Marshall of Brooklyn N Railway makes the expense of explor Â¬ Y is visiting his sister Mrs J S Col- Â¬ ing this country merely nominal and lins will undoubtedly result in n still larger Mr II J Lynch has gone to HunU Dumber following may23 3t ville Alabama to see about locating his A Case or Deafness Cared family there Office ot Shaw Baldwins Whole- Mrs Maggie Henderson of Tcras reJ sale Notion House Toledo O turned last week on a visit to her mother Dec 11 1879 J Mrs Patsy Miller Co Toledo O F J Cheney About three months ago Mr June Walker returned last week Dear Sirs from the Kascatchcwan mountains after noticing a letter addressed to you iu some three months absence the Bee from Geu Rleviu iu reference to Ihe cure ol his eon by the use of Mrs Charles Stoll of Lexington who Cure we were induced was visiting her sister Mrs Dudley Trib Halls Catarrh to commence the use of it for our blc this piaccreturned home on Friday daughter Nellie now fourteeu years Prof Joe Porter of Hamilton College old who has been suffering from ca- Â¬ will go to Texas next week to accompa- Â¬ tarrh for about eight years during ny tbe pupils from that State to their which time she has been treated by one ltomes of the best physicians iu the cily We have also tried the use of almost all the Mrs Sarah Jarman ot Clinton Ills formerly of this place is here on a visit to known remedies for catarrh with no relatives and friends and is stopping at more success than temporary relief Many nights we have laid awake to Judge J W Bournes hold her mouth open to keep her from RevHarryG Henderson ot Versailles strangling Her hearing had also be- Â¬ and Mr D R Henderson of Jackson- come aflecled We were afraid that ville Florida visited their parents Dr she would never recover We have and Mrs Henderson this place last now used six bottles of Halls Ca week takiui Cuke and we believe Nellie to Mr W R Letcher is at Bergen Point le entirely cured Iu a few days after Maryland to attend tlie commencement commencing the use of it we noticed a of Sloaives Female College in which decided change for the better and from school her daughter Miss Minnie is a that right along site has improved until now she breathes as easily as any pupil one She sleeps well and her hearing Mr Robert Miller and wife visited is perfectly good We feel that the Mrs Harrie Winn at Win- Â¬ their daughter disease is entirely removed We wrile Mrs Winn will be the chester Monday this unsolicited letter feeling that it is principal singer in Mrs Rcess concert due you aud with the hope that others to morrow may be benefitted in like manner We Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller of Louis- - can hardly realize that such a change villfe ha6 written for the Courier Journal could be tiflected in so short a time a beautifully worded poem entitled The after battling with the disease so long Mocking Bird in the City which is found We are still using the remedy at Inter- Â¬ elsewliere in this issue vals as it seems to buildup Iter system Hon W T Te vis will leave to day for Yut are at liberty to use this iu nuy Ky Hawcsville at which place his manner you see proper We are yours truly daughter is in school Returning he will MR and MRS S BALDWIN join tlie Wattcrson Club at Louisville and 220 Franklin Avenue proceed to the St Louis convention JSoId by J J Brooks 75c Mr Howard Bailey St Louis Charles may 23 Ira M Rau Cincinnati Dr R F Hood Irvine E J Cantin San Francisco itoau horses trotters aim runners George V C Johnston Dayton Ky shod in any manner desired I have Joseph R Rigg Cincinnati H B Kit just received an extra lot of four year aer New York were registered at Madi Â¬ old second growth timber for repairing son Club tlie past week all kinds of wagons All work guar Â¬ anteed at the very lowest prices Shop Miss Mae Vanmeter of Winchester charmingly entertained the Cooking Club back of Brookss drug store Bespectfully at her home in that city Friday night 8febly S L MIDKIFF The Richmond parties present were Miss Â¬ Â¬ J jCW and aro prevented by Dys pepsia use Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets TC ff0nd enjoy your dinner They are a positive cure for Dyspepsia In digestion Flatulency and Constipation We guarantee them 25 and CO cents W G White Prescriptiou Druggist Half Fare Excursions The C I St L C By Kankakee Line will sell round trip tickets to many poiuts in Minnesota Dakota Nebraska Kansas Arkansas Texas and New Mexico nt One Fare for the Bound Trip Excursiou dates fur the West North west and South west are March 20th April 3 and 24th May 3 and 22nd June 5 and 19th 1S8S Tickets will be good tor return thirty days except to Texas and Arkansas which will be good sixty days For full information please apply person- Â¬ ally to nearest ageut C I St L C Ky J C Tucker G W P A 121 Ban dolph St Chicago III C S LaFolletle W P A LaFay ette Ind J H Martin D P A 8 E Cor Washington and Meridisu Sts Indian- Â¬ apolis Ind John Egau Gen Passr fc Tkt Agent Cincincinuatl O 21 mar 3m mmm- CDT DOWN 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 Mowers The Celebrated Oliver Chilled Plows over 1500 of them having beet seM hjr They have no equal Noe better Meikel Steel Plows and DouMe Shovels H Halts Sted Hili Stde and Turning Flaw James The Celebrated Browns Walking and Riding CuMvatow The Celebrated Big Injun Suiky Plow only hoe te he seen In knew thai k k Ifce best in the market The Keystone Disk Harrow that is proaonnced the best hi use The Only Reliable Corn Planter VawHvcr Rotary Ask all wfce have Kserf At least 100 of them in use in the county them TlieEvans Corn Drill the only one that has preyed a perfect aueesec sold them for years StfmA to The Celebrated Bell City Feed Cutter both or pewer and hand 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 FertiMaer and Chomicat Ces Fer tilizer that is pronounced the best in the United States Try it en ef potatoes and wheat in fact anything that grows H ua SE He blood 1 Ne HWthly r will e the There with y and Id and 38rip- - a list of all Farming Implements that we seN and who buys and any one that wants to satisfy himself as regards satisfaction that they give can ask parties using them S3We keep anners I have iryear airing guar Shop Your Own Price COME AND SEE THE WE ARE DETERMINED TO KEEP GOODS FOR ILL y FF Rieh Belle Son Bkakea es the tHineil 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 dah y The Farmer can find all he wants under ottr roof Machinery Trace chains Hamcs Hay forks Shovels c The Carpenter and Builder can find all he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the only complete stock ef Ire Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the town We of course cant enumerate all the goods we handle bttt ask all to come ami They wist see for themselves the stock of goods we keep m our 127 foot store house find ea polls 32 resaWas 3f takis THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only entphiy the Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic hinuelf wist most competent workmen Rive special attention to all work done in that Kne ROOFING GUTTERING RE- Â¬ PAIRING C as he has done in the past Our long experience in our business enables us to be well up in it in the way of markets and buying our goods strictly for cash enables us to bur at the bottom price Dont forget that you can always find the and that benefit we give to our customers lowest prices and the best goods at the old reliable house of f wrapper f d at all t XPS J80 nst at - I AM AGENT PaftBttTvnurnT a ng - trusst Bj EASIEST WEARING TBUSS on Enith Call and see it W G White Prescription Druggist 2d St near Garnett House imurzsu Green Front FOR THE J may2 tf B STOTJPPEE tho era far 45- - 9tu Eirst Steeet SHACKELFORD GENTRY mch3i tf CO- - lKea Sov Jshrart Itre eatonl toss it uts It tUsgor all pals remedy at Milliery ex- Â¬ New goods from New York an perienced trimmer from Cincinnati house relinished aud every thing new and neat First street tPK LtBfe or- - ibi ffl Uppers tf Mrs J F Stone mar7 tf ly elc45- - - W H Kelley will build you a good house cheaper than any man in town Patronize J ff J Brooks the druggist Want Elegant Tai ke ami tof all rs OU1I 3 lie 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure Chicken Cholera nnd other diseases among fowls I will refund the money Iu every caso where llin remedy fails Prescription Druggist mar2Stf 2d St near Garnett House Donelson uses tho best material that the market affords and the best work- Â¬ men He puts up none but the best work Buggies carriages to order Call on him etc made W G White cut and made to order after the latest and most approved fashions by experienced and thoroughly trained workmen out of the choicest and most fashionable goods you flour as ride cvf Bon reary HI use a hey caa for the i 1 apr4 tf 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 English x- - reserip- flrntfer- - do not are TVV Mattie Bronston Miss Maggie Miller Judge French Tipton Among others pres ent who have visited in Richmond were Miss Mamie Miss Marie Holloway Stuart Miss Annette Vanmeter Miss Fannie Morton the Misses French Miss Nannie Tucker Mr and Mrs James W Winn Prof Wm Morton and Hon Jdmes French Winn were also present Mrs Judge Beckner recently gave the club a party and several Richmond peo- Â¬ ple were present Miss Rosa Justice will entertain the club on June 15th The Cooking Club is evidently a delightful institution twenty feet away running at a rapid rate Tlie horse-- seeing lie could not teat the train wheeled to the right and leaped from the track just as the oegine thundered by striking the buggy aud utterly demolishing It Miss Ford and the horse were unhurt the track and the train not Goodloe Vioe Prraldeiui B J New Ion Secretary T S Brwnston Treas- Â¬ urer The following Executive C- - IJ Williamson was ohosen Chairman T S Moberley Biehmoud Martin Gen- Â¬ D B Willis KlrltBVllle try Union J P TrJbWe Mt Pleas Â¬ Central University Commencement ant Roy C White Mt Ziou Chas May 19th Senior examinations clos Â¬ Stapp Antiooh S O Bogle Corinth ed June 9th Final examinations N B Howard Bethel S W DeJar dose June 10th Sunday bacoalau nett Pond G W Park Speedwell reatesmon 11 a M by Rev Dr W H Sale Fiat Woods J D Good Â¬ ly ofCynUilana Junel0h Sun Â¬ loe Glade W D Lewi Red Lick day sermon before Y M C A S 1 M Jn C Hendersou halem J J Rev J w Baueuiuan D D Cbat Lackey Ford tan ogi june mi1 auuual orattou Tlie next meeting will be held at btrjre the Literary Seoietiss 8 p K Flat Woods on Friday and Saturday Jue 121b Class day M A 5t June September 7 nnd 8 188S At the same 1 rueetiug of the Alumni Assocta time a meeting of the new Sunday 1 n and annual address 4 p X by J school district composed of the coun Â¬ A Sullivan Eq JuBe 12th Fiual cele ties ot Madison aud Estill will be held braUon of the Literary Societies 8 p Prof B C Hagermau is President of June 13th Commeucement 10 A M the district Com--mitl1 The following officers were elected W L Cm toiler President JD At the Garnett House E P Beach Chicago G S Hagard Cincinnati S P Arnold New York Frank P Myers Harry B Orr Philadelphia L R Brpwn Chicago J J Bronaugh F H B B Phillip Dickey Nicholasvillc Paducah Fred Keller Indianapolis Frank Smith Jacob Elrich Jacob Gluch Frank C Smith Columbus Ohio E Conroy Hugh Riddell Irvine Ky J W BowanHuntington W Va U J Ulery Baitimorc J N Schlinger Boston J E Pjrall Rochester N Y C A Huch Philadelphia G II Southard Grand Rapids T A Stevens Chicago Willis House W T McEldow At ney Wichcster W Gall New York W J Sparks Stanford W F German St Louis H A Antiam Chicago Jno T Smith Maysville Wm Cann Canada H T Groom Covington L H Butler Paris Sam Black Lexington T T Wattin W T Cloud Okolona Ark W B Trump Philadelphia Jos R Rigg Cincinnati T B Taylor Win Â¬ W T Williamson Rhode chester Island Jack Johnson Covington W Lindsay Elkhorn T M Funy E M Bouger J Blacken Lexington lec I am prepared to deliver ice to any nart of the city regularly or on short MINNESOTA FLOUR notice Will make contracts for supply- Â¬ from the celebrated Minnesota Made ing families offices business houses shops hard wheat Best in the world Give it and other places Orders left a Dykess a trial W M Blount is agent for Rich- Â¬ grocery on Second streeet will receive mond apr25 tf prompt attention aprn tf Ladles wishing the latest styles in J E Dykes trimming will visit the Green Druggist Tjuiig Disease Ifyouhvo Cough or Cold or the children are threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough use Ackers English Remedy and prevent further trouble It is a positive cure and we guarantee it Price 10 and 50c Bold by W G White Prescription VrvvO v trifle with any Thrott or Ackers Baby Soother at hand It is tho only safo medicine yet mado that will remove all infantile disorders It contains no Opium or Morphine but gives the child vaturttl ease from pain Price 25 cents Sold by W G White Prescription Druggist W2V aaya have 4417 TS - A full line of Glass and Chinaware al- Â¬ ways to be found at W M Blounts First Street apr25 tf IDO SOTJ oeDomo- - JftoAces bawoil W-HSTT- - An Elegant Summer Coat and Vest Or a Pair of Handsome Odd Pants made to order or readyrmade Do you want something ELEGANT DUE ABLE and SEASONABLE in Front npr4 tf Try Japan Tea at W M Blounts he makes a speciality of fine Teas apr25 ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR SIIEHIFF te We are authorized to announce Fresh Vegetables always to be iound at JOHN HISLE a candidatetofor Sheriff the action of Madison county subject W M Blounts First Street apr3 tf of tlie Democratic party in mar7 tdc At tho Green Front you can save We are authorized to aunouuee J money and get tbe prettiest Hat or W BALES n candidate for Sheriff of Bonnet in town anrll tf Mad if on County subject to the action M mar7 tdc Best uncanvassed Sugar Cured Hams of the Democratic party and Breakfast Bacon cant be beat at W M Blounts First Street apM5 tf tf GENTS FURNISHING IGOODS Do you want anything If you waut a nice buggyphrolon carriage rockaway barouche or coupe go to John Donelson apr4 t Give W M Blount First Street a trial order you will find he keeps the best at the lowest prices anr tf n NOTICE TO Hadbn TunpfN CREDITORS Do you want the most DELIGHTFUL UNDERWEAR from a WELL REGULATED Madison Common c Pleas Court A Lanters Widow c J By order of the Clerk in vacation the creditors of J A Lanter deceased required to appear before the un- Â¬ Co you want pure drugs andUhe best are dersigned on nr before the 2nd day of brands of tobaccos nnd cigars You Juno 18S8 and prove their claims ac Â¬ cording to law can find them at T J Brooks Scott Master Corar It JuneJl tf Jas SE Donelson will mfake you as good a buggy or carriage ns eau be bought Mits Rhoda Hawkins died at her anywhere in America apr4 tf Remaining unclaimed iu the Posl home at WC TalbottstheDr French OfJlce nt Richmond Ky week ending Uo West place in Madison county Ky on May 20 1S88 Siiurday May 20th 1S88 aged about No portion of the United Slates to Â¬ Arnold J H Rogers J R 70 years The Interment took place on day offers S3 aiauy opportunities for 1 Bigistsland Katie Ross A H Sunday in the family burying ground aeverns nirs way making money as can be found nt Hampton 1 w Smith Albert Deceased was stricken on Friday night Great Falls Montana aud on tho IlaTtweu E B Walton H J Mohar Mr with paralysis aud lived only ten or reservation just opened iu business MtGomery Walker Wilson J Q twelve hours She was a sister of the mining stock raising or farming Muir Frank late Mrs Dr French aud aunt of Ed Rate maps and particulars will be Post Ofllee liniire from 0 a m to 7 i W Powell H T and H G Baxter of furnished by C H Warren Gen M Money order and registered letter Rev Ware of the M E Pass Agent Bt P M Richmond hours prompt 7 a m to 6 p h M By Hi Church preached the funeral Paul Minu mny23 4t J B WILLIS i M tiv in BO YOU WANT AN EXQUISITE STRAW HAT BO YOU WANT ANY OTHEK KINB OF A HAT If you anyhow do -- kKJT CALL AND SEE US If you do not call and sea us Respectfully JfM4L COVINGTON MITGHELL I88S vaBitr- - uajlfllj1 v 1i Tsrovtia- - NEWS PARAGRAPHS Mr OliauHeey M Depew lias just purchased n lieuse in New Yrk fer 125000 Cfteli A WHEAT STUDY Conrler Joumal Tlie wheat position is attracting such universal attention just now that a statistical review is peculiarly in order especially as there are many egregious gaining currency as misstatements fact The crop of 1887 was 3000000 bush- Â¬ els larger than that of 18S6 and the ex- Â¬ port from harvest to May is 19000000 less This indicates au increase ot 16 000000 bushels instead of a decrease of 27000000 even after allowing an ad Â¬ dition of 6000000 to borne consump-Â¬ tion Iu the last five years the average yield of winter wheat has been 49135 000 bushels less than in the five years preceding that time Tueyearly average of both crops combined In the last five years has been 12000000 bushels less Yet iu the last five years tbe average of lowest prices in Chicago has been 47 cents and the average of the highest against 86 cents lowest 95 cent price average and 135 highest price average in the five years preceding i e 1879 82 both inclusive In the lost five years our exports of wheat and flour have amounted to 631 806000 bushels averaging 126309000 a year and in the five years last pre Â¬ ceding the exports were 787802000 bushels averaging 157560000 a year At the beginning of that decade the export value of wheat and flour aver- Â¬ aged 107 a bushel and iu the closing year of the decade 87 cents a bushel In 1SS5 the average export value was 76 cents and iu 1SS0 63 cents by the Treasury Abstract but by the Bureau of Statistics 86 cents Strange to say the Treasury Abstract reports tbe value of the wheat and flour exported in 18S6 at 88705000 and the Bureau of Statistics at 120534000 This sketch glances at matters worthy the study of political econo Â¬ mists as well as grain merchants Here is a steady decline in supply at- teuded with a steady decline in values though tbe external supply until 1887 had made no increase but tbe reverse It is au economic paradox which admits of but one solution the corse of the single gold standard Tbe world would consume as much wheat on a fixed level 10 to to 20 cents above the present as it does now as indeed it did 10 and 20 years ago when it was a poorer world than we live in at present It is a universal blight that money What plea can standard conspiracy the soulless unprincipled schemers advance in explanation of a paradox like this a decline of 50000000 bushels in the annual supply aud a decliue of tueuty cents a bushel in the average price The customary plea relied on for the defense of the felony is overpro- Â¬ How is a commodity which duction is always cash throughout the world n which seems to be cursed by Of course this result could not have arisen from natural causes To take a a broader view of it the wheat crops ot all nations outside of the United States amounted to 1577 300000 bushels iu 1SS2 and that yield has not been equaled since though closely opproached twice In the Interim and often exceeded before The yield of 1886 in those nations bushel but in was 1390900000 in- Â¬ 1SS7 there was a phenomenal crease of 115000000 bushels which still left the yield short of 1882 How long will producers endure this wholesale pillage without tumult and rebellion against the despotism of the gold standard plutocracy Â¬ under-productio- now ruranrcl that the PriDce of ootcrotifatea a visit to the Tinted Slates at aa early dole Willie pHllman a Nashville boy took a nt to the river todron u It but was himself drowned by the oat Rabid dg with eptourean tastes at Kiclitesvllle teek bites out or several of the Mrtemau Brothers horses valued froln 9009 to 1000 per horse Ben S ItebWne recently of Ken- Â¬ tucky but ov penniless in Denver was adfwilgcd itsBe Wednesday by ttie OnuMty Court at that place Demtie Daly a freight handier on the Louisville XaslivHIe Railroad wm tofetMrtly killed at Bast Louisville WWe JdhB tieroes of lard one wefeMHg 4K pound slipped off the sfcrfa Ml n life ehest aud crushed IUm to death m It w ill The new Dry Goods and Merchant Tailoring firm of Orooke TJnnston invite the pubhVto inspect their Bennett Ui WHIT Ij i SrTXwlSessmith SosxtaJL SvLrg eozL Practice Limited to Professional Cards DmarapuLu BLUB GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest lioute FROM THE TWO 5TALLIC53 Dentistry Wales Tiie Clotlaier AT MoKEES OLD STAND OFFICE Smith Building Main Street Office hours 900 to 1200 M 100 to june22 tf 400 P M msrw nnv CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO ALL POINTS J C MORGAN June 22 DDS Â¬ AUDIT North East West and Southwest BETWEEN BlH c- Bsztensivo Spring Stock which was carefully selected in OFFICE Main street over Madi son National Bauk Elcbmoud Ky STANDARD tf the eastern experienced buyer markets by an Cor First and Main Streets Richmond Ky DR J M POYNTZ 8URGEON AND PHYSICIAN Second street next to OFFICE june22tf Whites Drug Store Lexington and Cincinnati Schedule in Effect Jan 20th SOUTH BOUND Lvc Covlucton Lve Falmouth Lve CyiUhlnna Arr Iaris Arr Lexington Lve 1arlB Arr Winchester Arr Klohniond No 2 Ex Hun No 4 Daily 1SS3 SJOHN WILKES Will make the season of 88 at the tUB Travnor i of McKee roie fr Richmond on the Irvine turnpUc A mont Blucherwilt stand at I25 to irLr a living colt and John Wilkes at y with usual privilege of return n j u mare is not parted with Almont Bhtcher Standard recji trial on slow mile track full brother to First Call 2ji Ahncnt Blucher is a seal brown CU e May 20th 1S80 has one white foot bt and one in front 15 J hands hT a 1 weighs 1100 pounds when in stud core tion Sired by Athlete sire of Frs C I Isaac G Athe j 221 rt 2 36 235 Athlone ix-- 4 year old 2l64 Geeva Maid 1 May Josephine 2 3 cart and Many others that are Athlete by Ahnont 33 by Acti--- 8 Abdallah 15 by Rysdyks Hambi KxJSn Tjdo 4 No DRY GOODS The attention of the ladies is especially called to our superior line of Dress Goods embracing the most fashionable Fabrics to be had in New York OIL GEHIS Mr Jofeeih Seott who was buried in Im Friday died ia a bospUal in Kwwtiae CKy last Wednesday He U4 been boarding for some time at the leMc Hon- - and was up and trading aiMMtrf Im his uewd health about a week before hfe dentil He was strick with iralyfc and was not conscious ferserend days A dymwtter in Atlanta u making trowWe fer lite poiteemeB Mosday a tiamu idaeed on the Western and At ktwtie railroad track exploded by a car ranting ever R Ptie car wheel was btowH t ideees Tuesday a wagon loaded with kiiuber ran over another bamb wbfoh exploded the liorse tak ktg fright and throwing the driver OT HATS OAPS3 FDIIISIIIE GOODS 3ES 1 3NT Grv TBDIB G W EVANS M D AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street june22tf J 3 an 835 pi so03 an 938 pa xi os an 1034 pa xi 40 am 1050 pi 1330 pra 1130 pi 50 am X235 pm xx HX55 3alpn P 5 10 pn pi 610 530 DRS TAYLOR ASHE Practitioners in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetover Dykes juue22t Grocery Store Arr Iancaster Arr B4anfonl 330 pra 1135 P y oo pn p 6s 730 pn pn pm pn pn 2o Arr Berea Arr Livingston Ive Klchmond 305 3o P 55 P No 3 pn 23 -- Choice Silks Henriettas Serges c De Boges Cashmeres USES DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luxons Up Stairs Residence at Willia House June 22 tf NOKTH BOUND Lve Livingston Lve Berea Arr Richmond Lve StHiiIurd Lve Lancaster Arr Richmond Lve Richmond Arr Wluchester Nol No c too an 1035 1145 Lace Flounces of all kinds Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats Handkerchiefs Hosiery c 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 fusion Prices to meet the demands of White Goods in great quantity We have in Laces Ribbons Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Gloves and Farasols all that can be desired DR PHIL ROBERTS Oilers bis professional services to the public Office In drug store on lower Main joiy27 ly Street Richmond Ky xieo are 130 135 335 3x0 340 400 451 pra 730 an kxo a aB -to pn P ra 645 35 Arr Pans Lve Lve Lve Lve DR U C AMBROSE FORD ICY Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the ternoon afÂ¬ Cynthlnna Kalmonth Arr Covington Lexington Paris fcoo pra pra pm pm pn ra 830 a an raj 735 ara 3x0 pa 830 ara 350 pn 430 pn MC03 Ka a 1135 ami SS pn ocjopn MAYSVILLE BRANCH NORTH BOUND Lve Covington Pflyiq Tbe Scuttle Committee on Finance Wm decided to report adversely the Howee bill providing for the issuance of pap or MMitey in deuotainathHKi less th a dollar and as mutt of the de MMMd for Htcb BHMiey is from persons hwDincco requites the transmls wit nion of small hjo by mail the com- Â¬ mittee will report a substitute for the bill iMwvtdiitg for lite isMtauee of postal luamy orders for sums less than a dol lar at a eott of one eeut Mr H M btitt of Fleialngsburg hac received a letter from his brother William who recently moved from Venrtdliee to Vneavilie California in wMefc be says lit- - lute tureiiaed twen Â¬ ty iM re ot iaml planted in vines and iVoit tns two ami three yeaisold at CM0 per acre lite lands throughout tb Vea Valley i whieii Jte k located nuMjee from 300 Ui 1800 per acre aiid m very productive Ht peaches apri eat peaf gnpet and other fruits Peach ami aprieots sell at 2 cents per piiund ami 106 trees to the acre average 300 pounds M8 per acre Ten Starts First National Rank Hloek at Sltt44 Two shares Trust and Vault Company stoefc at SI 10 35 three otwruTmet and Vault Company stock at StHMki sixteen share Northern llaofc Kentucky stock at 125 45 fourÂ¬ teen fetmrea Farmers flank Kentucky Block at 12410 live shares City National Bank sloes 118 five shares UtCiwid National Bank stock alISSO0 wj 4tares City National Bank stock Jive shares CRy National JWutk stock at S11SSQ Lexington Merchant Tailorini With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the best New York school of art and design in gents garments experienced in the best houses of that city and versed in every detail of the business aided by on elaborate stock of No 11 No 9 Dally Daily Ex Sun Ex San 735 ara 835 ara 3 00 June 22 tf Lexington--1- 4 W T SEXSMITH PHYSICIAN Offers MD Arr Mlllerstrarg Carlisle Johnson Maysvllle 85 qgi6 AND SURGEON to the aug17 lyr WHITE HALL KY his professional services SOUTH BOUND Lve Mayville 1045 740 pra No Ml No K Daily Daily Ex San Kx Sun kxjo am an 435 pn 530 pra 5 47 P 7 SP pra an ara Kix pra public DR T J FAIN Johnson French EiM ami American Suite TROUSERINGS and VESTUVTGS We are putting forth suits equal to the best made in this country Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us the times aprlStf W B WHITE Library Lamps Roflprs5 GENTS FtnunSKIETG GOODS Neck Wear Cuffs Collars unlaundried Handkerchiefs Shirts laundried and Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc SWMei Mm ai Forks WALL PAPERS in great quantity aud variety elegant embossed gilt from They can not be surpassed in style or workmanship at UNION CITY KY Arr Paris Lexington qcio pra 9CX5 am Offers his professional services to ocoo pn Covington 1135 am tbe public No 15 leaves Lexington Soo p m ar- Â¬ Office at Powell Parrishs rives Parts 842 p m 17 tf Aug No 8 leaves Covington 450 p m ar- Â¬ rives Falmouth 650 p m M C Heath J F Cornelisox No 7 leaves Falmouth 600 a m arrives Covington 800 a m C0RNELIS0N HEATH Daily Except Sunday Practicing Physicians NOTE Trains 3 and 4 are dally between Winchester Lexington and Cincinnati other KENTUCKY RICHMOND trains are dally except Sunday Direct connection is made Winchester offer their professional services to the with Chesapeake and Ohio foratML Sterling 4janly public Ashland Huntington Charleston W Va and Eastern Cities FAST LINK Nos 3 ami 4 run via Wln Pullman Sleeping HARRIS chesterSolld Trains withand Richmond Va Cars between Cincinnati DR and Winchester and Washington D C Through Tickets and Baegage Cheeked to WACO KY any destination reached by a railroad particulars tor Offers his professional services to the agent fullthe Companyaddress or call on any ot or jau4tf public S F B MORSE E H BACON Oen Passr Agt Trav Passr Agt Carlisle Mlllersbnrg 555 an 1350 pn 630 ara 135 pn 734 a m 319 pm 748 am r43 pn 815 ara 310 pn GILES DR S M LETCHER the cheapest to the most THE PRICES WE QUOTE Very best material employed in their manufacture TSSESfl YOU TTVIIjILi if you see them because you cant help it Â¬ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on First Street janly Covington Ky Lexington Ky H E HUNTINGTON FBCARRAgL Genl Manager Richmond Ky General Offices Covington Ky Almont Bhtchers 1st dun Ladv BLL dam of First Call by Richardt zi BelKbunder No 63 and sire of Wester Gill 227 and the dams of ten 2 30 troeri Lady Bhtcher is a remarkable speed She has produced sever rA ducer and all of them show a high rate o speej but two have had a days training wax a very fast road mare herself Kertr Richards BeWbunder by Hung KorJ by Blucher by Duroc Blucher was ou cf Young Millers Damsel by Hamule as by Messenger -Almont Bhichers 2nd dam PiVermont Boy son of Hills Black Hawi sire of Ethan Allen 25 Lancet 2 25 Young America 233 etc 3rd danj a thoroughbred Almont Blucher is a very handsome a perfect horse promises to be a sire of s and speed his produce are large a id r with perfect legs and feet and show a turn of speed whh excellent dispcsturj Three of Blucliers produce have let worked some IHtle for speed Speed Tn Tickler and the West filly AU of l t could beat 3 minutes in their 2jea uJ form and were handled ery Ii0Ir a yearling and Speedmont could go t z mile in t t5 with ease the other tv their mile in 242 and 43 and T 1K1 1 1 for Soo cash Others of his proc are rJ good all of which are from comm mares Almont Blucher has rr races and never lost a heat with -He is a tr J 3 months training his cohs as well as his breeding j uvc 1 he will transmit tbe same quaitr Ho sire Athlete transmits speed is cLm Lady Blucher transmits speed Alimnt 33 his grand sire transmits speed hug g sire Alexanders Abdallah trarsrr vd speed his g g g sire Rysdyks Hamc tonian transmits speed so there ro a -- j C- L 1 1 missing link CUHES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS MtllK lfes Oderliolt formers living near Bueher City III had a ktw snk over a trival matter wtiieh was decided against Miller The STATE DIRECTORY latter fewore that Ite would be revenged and true to hie word armed himself EXECUTIVE OFPICE with a bowie knife and riihi ami pro Â¬ Governor S B Btickner ceeded lo a fteid w here Wm Kinsey a LietUcHanl GoverHB J W Bryan witnem against h im was at work He Secretary ef Stale G M Adams Ant killed KitteV iHirse and I ken AstislaHt Secretary of State Willis murdered lite man iti eotd blood He then went lo the Held wltere Oderltoh Ringo Private Secretary to Governor W wa at work and killed Oderlmit ami hi horse When the revenge was R Griffith ATTORNEY GENERALS OFFICE completed he proceeded lo his own home set lire lo his Itouee blew out Attorney General P W Hardin kfcbawM brains and was cremated iu aumtors office tne flames Aueiitoi Fayette Hcwkt Assistant Auditor Virgil Hewitt Wednesday morning as Mrs W treasurers office HaUeMKer of Millenburg was standing S G Sharp Treasure in her garden a large Walloon dropped Chrk at ner feet and in her attempt to oap Ittre K site was badly bitten on the face SUPERINTENDENT rUBLIC INSTRUCTION and hands She threw a shawl over it Superintendent Puhlic Instruction to protect Iter bauds ami at last took it Jos Desha Pickett alive It measured four feet from lip Clerks C E Went and E D Pickett to lip at d weighed twenty pounds LAND OFFICE These bird are very searee and come in Register of Land OJiccTUoi H a storm When their feathers Wow Corbet t oStbey foil to the ground They are Cltrh Hal Corbett ataa vicionn ami will battle witli a man INSURANCE BUREAU ThiH bird is lite HiX thai itat ever been Commissioner L C Norman Men in this tortion of the emmtry JJejmty Commissioner Henry F Dun- Â¬ Ftok of people are eoming to town can to t k It will be kille1 Molted and Chris J A Coons and George P preserved Ow Paris Ciliaen GilitHR There te now livittg near Hopkins ABJUTANT GENERALS OFFICE viOe Ky one of the most remarkable Adjutant General Samuel E Hill M mmMos in the State it not in tlte Assistant Adjutant General S S enantry Her name is Mrs Sarah Anderson Mw and she is the widow of W M Superintendent G Arsenal W Mows who died in 1S73 aged 80 years Thompson Mrs Moss is in Iter 91st jear and U COMMISSIONER AGRICULTURE HORTI- Â¬ tlte mother of 17 ehilden 12 sons and 5 CULTURE AND STATISTICS dMgMters tf whom IS are still living Commissions John F Davis If fcomt and 8 daughters She is the COURT OF ArFEALS grandmother of 12 children 103 of SPryor Chief Justice whom are stHl alive the Judges W S Pryor Caswell Benof 340 children 218 of whom nett J H Lewis W H Holt are atlll alive tlte lteforterZ W Hines of 86 children 75 of witom are Clerk Court Afeals Thos J Henry living making a total of 478 descend Defnty Clerk Court Afeals Sam ant of whom 400 are living three M Games Aha of them are males T L Mos Deputy Clerk Suferior Court Tho of Davie county Ky- - who is 41 y ears oh Ik tlte youngeM of her children G Poore Sergeant G A Robertson Tipstaff Mr Mom was born iu North Carolina J McAuKff aorf movid to Christ bin county hi SUPERIOR COURT IMS tine weighs 2tt pound and is 1h Presiding Judge James H Bo mien lymUmit health Henderson News Judgas J H Bowdcn Jos Barbour VlBWIAie THE IROHISBD LAND J CU Ward Sergeant J E Kane Tistaff fiouotters m the Ureatul Awaiting tbe John Stuart VfMHRg f an Indian Reservation STATE LIBRARIAN Librarian Mrs Virginia Hanson Qtatr vt Falls Mont News of the Clerk Walker Peters ifMtriiig of the Black Feet Reservation STATE GEOLOGIST in uu ailed Impalieatly here and Director John R Proctor rir fljiiit Northern Montana A Secretary E A KeUracr e i uiwber of persons have gone to Insfeetor of Mines C J Norwood ij reservation to locate ranches mines Public Printer and Binder John D 1 tou ij sites ui The desirable valleys Woods ire furly covered with tents the great- Â¬ Penitentiary Officers Warden Edw est rub Mipareetly being to the Big II Taylor Deputy AVarden George i aiily the fomoue hay grounds Sold Taylor j rs as well as elvttians are on the Railroad Commissioners JDYoung miiiI- - and when news eomes that J P Thompson I A Spalding dgned tlteie ks likely to be a lu bill From 1788 to 1661 a period of 72 ru li Biillbock Valley beyond Fort AaiiiiOoine ieaH staked off and the years tbe total postal receipts of he teuis of ihesonatler may be seen al United States amounted to 182000 ai nig the valley of the Milk River 000 From 1861 to 16S5 a period of 24 I here is a silver lode in the Bear Paw 3ears the total receipts were 5608000 mtaiiuB tlmt was Joealc d severe 000 In 1861 there were 81286 miles ju- - ago It is understood that several of railroad in the United States in tutk s are on hand watohing to locate 1881 twenty years later there were tiuniiiieas well as to prospect for 108314 mile of road During these twenty years our population increased others Cliieage Tribune Ei The President has now signed at the rate of a million a year and the Bit browing open for settlement there was added to the wealth of the people 1500000009 besides tbe 51 the Indian Reservation In AJontatia 100000000 paid en the national debt J6maytf er Â¬ Henry Miller ami Wm apll8 tf Ml BENNETT I BSHSTOI Ky H W BRIGHT MD Best Coogix Syrop Tastes good Use inmne ooia C7am8snsxs Almont Bhtcher is a show horse a as a trotter having been shown times and got six 1st premiums ar twice w- - e j PHYSICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street next doorto Whites Drug Store Special attention given to Microscop- Â¬ ical and Chemical examinations of tissues and fluids of the human body 22junetf iWWifllgftBfllSiSiJililW Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond LIKS IM I believo Pisoa Cure for Consumption saved my life A H Dowkll Editor Enquirer Eden ton N C April 23 1SS7 JQHItf WILKES By Red Wilkes sire of 13 with rec Jt from 216 to 230 1st dam by Mat Hay den by Mambrino Patchen tics reef thirty two sons and the sire of th vd performers and his mares have prod cil twenty five performers in 2 30 or be and sire from 2i5J to 2I914- - Soisof Mambrino Patchen have sired tiedixs -- rj -- Tie Are Precisely Yon How Can That Be -- Mi Â¬ DR C S HOLTON Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon WELL COME TO- - Our stock of Queens ware and Glassware and especially our Decorated Din- Â¬ ner and Tea Sets is full and attractive 33EST GO4lIES OF Richmond Kentucky Office Main Street over D M Brights Office hours 830 to itoo A M 200 to M 400 P H J Stans Louisville S ore and other Staple Groceries wooas June22 COFFEES SUGARS TEAS tf Patients treated at a distance and Homeopathic medicines sent lo any ad- Â¬ dress mayl6 iy Special attention given to disea cs of women and all difficult chronic cases cine is Pisos Cure fob Consumption Children take it without objection By all druggists 25c ThA TlPST PnncJi MaiII- - rgfeSjgdtJBltSJNga lit 32ii3 CUBES WhFHF fISF flH Best Cough Syrap Testes good Ueo mume poiqoyqrnggisia also Canned PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law mar7 6ni SKm52K Hnnn iff3 AND WE WILL SHOW YOU I El G G FRANCIS Usually when the season is advanced we cut the prices on everything in our stock Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands of uoastea uoiiee in August in order to reduce same and get Pure Rio Combination of Rio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocha all the money we can This year we de- Â¬ Pure Private Plantation Java Pure Arabian Mocha and Genuine Berry Java kept in air tight cided not to wait until August hut com- Â¬ MaleNew and fresh These goods are allembracing the tin cans goods throughout best brands and mence in May and give our customers an qualities opportunity early in the season to supply STAPLE FANCY GROCERIES themselves at This is the Mode of J Making it So A Higg ins HEW GROCERY RICHMOND KY Special attention given to abstracting titles to lauds in Eastern Kentucky Office in Climax building SE Corner Main and riecoud Streets up June 22 tf stairs of Silveron 2195 Charley P 2 25 Ca two years 233 Lennie two Orphia 27 Luht Patchen years 237 Dynamite 2 2S Lrr e 29 son c Second dam by Gills ar i of Bonner Bov 1 23 the dams of the King2294Ganje U Wilkes 226 and a number of othe John Wilkes is 16 hand high a beaut fill bay with two white feet behnd ver heavy mane and tail and as a shew lorse has taken premiums at Richmcr J v Louis and every place where i c was vear--2-33 - LOW TOURiST RATES pood lor 90 days with stop ovex privileges can be obtained trora St Paul to Great FaUs Mon Â¬ tana the coming manufacturing centre ol tbe o OnlySUCOQ northwest b shown For 54750 a ftrst dass round trip tlckrt 7Horses handled at reascna price but no responsibility for accdcnU or escapes mar143m Oli UPPER KM Attorney at Xaaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Bur OFFICE with C F nam on First Street June 22 tt E T BURNAM snwi A fifl Rj ANITOBfi to Helena smllarre ductions3St itimi ilrom points east and south Rates correspondingly as low Saint Paul and return McKETRAYN0R iVu STREET trill be named to points in Minnesota and Dakota or upon Puget Sound and tbe PadSc Coast For lurtber particulars address H R Tupper District Passeneer Agpnt 232 South Clark 8treet Chicago 111 or H WjLBiscr General Passenger Agent St Paul ilina FOUND AT THE CASH GROCERY OF HOUSE a has revolutionized the world durinir the last A SULLIVAN 1 half century Not least flmnnir Ilia wnmlAnz nf inventive progress is a method and system of work that can be performed all over the country without separating the workers RICHMOND KENTUCKY from thlr homes Pay liberal any one can work either OFFICE on First street same as do tbe ability required sex j oung or okl no special formerly occupied by County Judge you are Marled free Cut Capital not needed this out and return Miller oct6 ly lo us and we will send you free something of great value and importance to you that will start you in business which will bring you In more money right away than any Â¬ SCOTT thing else in the world Grand outfit Iree Add ess True Co Augusta Maine nov 30 Iv Attorney at Iaw TJ J T I 1 DY KES ON J D REDUCED PRICES Everything in our house has heen 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 jueensware Glassware Woodenwre Paper Beans Water Buckets and Wash Tubs Tomatoes Attorney at Law Office TOIOAOOOS Canned Goods such as Corn OIOAKS Peas Peaches RICHMOND KY ou Second Street June 22 tf North Second Street A full and complete slock of STAPLE AND FANCY Etc CS auglO 1 y Attorney at Law RICHMOND KY Office on Second POWELL Street Til i Feb sefec5 34 I 9 Mil l17 18 U K Ml II i Srsj5re 5 mm m 1 Sl i 19ri 33 3 283 IS afoni Hi IS 16 17 M 13 14 67 81 ia 1 SW al 12s4 7 S Did II Ik 3 bl33lfc5 30311 14 lta Amka I-I -J-- iriin a 4 5S3a IS H KU till1 9Mlll 1ISI7 3HMWiB SI GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned Goods S recn md Dried Fruit juoe 22 CINCINNATI tf JULY4atQ rA OCT Vim Attorney atanXaw Will practice in Madhou J adjoining counties and In the Court or Appeals Office In Master Commissioners office over Circuit Clerks office June 22 tf Jce A J REED In a93aa- -s 7 s 3w 11311 l4l 17 Si 7 S 19 11 r3u 14 M OctJ S283Saa ii9ai isawssarra i 17 - 34HA 7 9 JO 11 17 WIS SKI s srsgis S3 i M M rlilK EVERYTHING HEW and FRESH and complete in all the various departments Â¬ s i a tn 14 s lor llfl S1 II B 7 4 lliK ui rcuio is VmK3l3 2SM M 13 71 fi 14 j 9illll a33S4SC8p IIUMPWHa -71 81 I 4iMZl SI S August prices in May for Dry Goods of Rewarded are those who rend The Bonds issued in payment of act they will GRAND JUBILEECBls5raing the Settlement of the Northwestern Territory all kinds find honorable scription of Madison county to Louisville I and ana men tubaemployment thntYvlll nnf ia and Nashville Railroad due in February their homes fnmllu Tim nnnii on April July and October and iSSS niado nud are now inking several hundenl UNSURPASSED DISPLAY August prices in May for Clothing of all will be paid on maturity at the Madison dollars a month It is easy for any one to make t t and upwards per day who is will National Bank Richmond Ky ing to work Either yong or old kinds tal not needed we start you Everything C D CHENAULT Com tf now No special ability required you reader can do It as well as any one Write August prices in May for Boots and EXCURSION RATES FROM ALL POINTS to us at once for full particulars which we mail free Address Stinkon 4 Portland nov ja iy majr23 3m Shoes of all kinds GALT -- - HOUSE Maine August prices in May for Hats of all LOUISVILLE KY kinds August prices in May for anything in Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings AND The Largest and Finest Hotel our house Shingles Laths GOBJTRAiCTORS in the city COME EARLY and secure the Rough and The would rcspectfttUr Brassed iQumheiv Rates25o to 4 Per Day nounceundersignedcontemplating building to those BARGAINS at that they are prepared to contract fbr Lime Cement Hair Main Street below EVERY According to rooms 9 guaranteed 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky Turkish and Russian Bathd in Satisfaction made free of charge Estimates Plans sub- Â¬ J i u lh iiisiMsiHii im Mm Go Bonds 17 18 B4 SS is 4 7 9 ucunu IS lSBiaii 21 8 li 2 teJEfflfeeai psii 311 30 wn 23 J aS3P33 I 3 3 4 SI vwmxsi 17 cp T and plenty of every thing in my line This house is a mw 1837 i Ms Business Basis Â¬ Mix capi- Â¬ Strictly CASH Co BUILDERS CF The best goods are kent andsoldonTery close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOrSE A jtn4tf bee TEIAl WcrW 1 an- Â¬ BuiLDLNGS DB6CR1PTIOJ- - Mammotli Louisville Store D H MYERS Hotel oct261y furnished on application on short notice LONG COLEY aprntf Cortrattors and Builders stoct daJrr and grain prPS Wh OtK000 aenx fine Umber taroucg al gr3 tends adjacent to railroad lor salo -z Im rites address J BckwaKwisJidCoaanlaao01 ffiHnesola Lsads the u li Warren General asseaosr Agent BUI XWHU AsifccBooiH WEB