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Digital page images are linked to the text file. prffs r EBMKue j WgSjpw jJfcV 1T34JBMt rs X ff TT f o Pfot a3u rjfi 5 i O IHnlll I Las gss if H sii 10 EICHMOND MADISQN COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 6 1888 TJO Lj5j 53 NUMBER 51 VOLUME 10 COUNTY I DISÂ¬ SUPERINTENDENTS AXD TEACH- Â¬ TRICT TRUSTEES ERS OF COMMON SCHOOLS sence the names of ohlldren unable to purchase books the condition of the school- - muse grounds aud nppurtenan Material Amendments to the Common Sefaeel Laws Enacted at the Recent Ses Â¬ sion efthe General Assembly Adjourn eMay4lSSS Any person over twenty years of age reckling i any common school di trict must 1r enter to attend its common scIh1 obtain the consent of the Trustees awl pay tuition fee School Month School Day Legal Hol- Â¬ idays AstfsUmt Teacher Twenty acltool dny or days in 2 which teachers are aetually employed in tlie MiiiMtl room etinll constitute a month in the eoiBBXHi Kjhools of the Sate Teachers flinll only have the benefit of such legal holidays as they actually observe Six hours of actual Miall consti Â¬ wort in the tute a school day aud under no cirÂ¬ cumstances shall the daily ses ion In rJuiling recesses and intermission ex Â¬ ceed rine hours in length When the attendance exceeds fifty the teacher thall employ during such attendance sn aw istant whose fcClioRtliip aud competency shall be acceptable to the The said assistant may be Trustee selected from among the more ad vauced pupils of the school but In no car e shall the chool be left under the control of tlie dd assistant Payment ef Teachers 3 Provides tlat eaeh County Super liitendeut of OHumou schools sliall oh the first Saturday in October reckon incfrcliool months of twenty dtiy imy ti aninunt due ech teacher of a cotn iiiinMhool for the nxMilii or nwritlts c tuilei dt lut iMt for any fraction of a mouth on the certificate of lite 15 ur of TruMtt fir the district that thtKhool had been legally taught for that period aud thereafter the Coun Â¬ ty Superintendent nhall on the first Saturday of each oaletular month jwy the talary due each teacher of a coin nun school tor the previous scIhw month or moutl not previously paid for on the ceitiftcate of the Board of Truei for the district that the school had been legally taught for the period specified Provided Thai the last pay ment shall be for the entire balauce due the teacher from the State school fund and the county furplus bond and that any teacher who may violate his contract with the Trustees by refusing to continue his school hlmll forfeit any fractional salary that may Ik due him Dulrirt Tax Voted Olfccts 1 -1 Â¬ lector Pa ttegcf of Persons over Pnpll Age cesjthequalifirationandefflclencyofthe teacher the conduct and standing of the pupils the method of instruciioii the discipline and government of the school In the visits to the schools he shall advise with the teachers and give them such instruction regarding discipline nnd teaching as ho may deem necessary he shall counsel the Trustees and see that thoy discharge their duile espeoially iu securing full ami regular attendance and by every means in Ids power strive to promote and ndvauce tho cause of common echools 9 each pupil chihl thus reported Pro- Â¬ vided The said Court shall be satisfied that the said services have been faith- Â¬ fully and efficiently performed accord Â¬ ing to law Said salary shall be paid out of the county levy as the snlaiies of the County Judge and County At- Â¬ torney are now paid and iu his reort to the Superintendent of Public In- Â¬ struction the County Superintendent shall state the full amount thus allow- Â¬ ed him by the Court or Claims for his ollloiul services Provided That no Superintendent shall receive a greater salaiy than fifteen hundred dollars and provided that iu fixing the salary of the said Superintendent no child bhall be counted or enumerated who is under an independent or different Superintendent than that of the County Salary of County Superintendent For all the services rendered and expenses Incurred by the County Superintendent under the provisions of this act he shall be allowed a salary an- Â¬ nually by the Court of Claims of his county uised on the number of pupil children reported iu the census report of the District Trustees of such county which salary shall not be less than ten cents uor more than twenty cents for Â¬ Superintendent Correction of Errors in Conme 1 10 Art IL providing for the cor- Â¬ rection of any error that has occurred in taking or in reporting the school censu in any district is repealed but the County Superintendent shall be individually responsible to the Teacher for any los sustained by said Teacher by reason of auy error made by the said Superintendent In reporting the census of the district Couniy Superintendent shall not buy a Teachers Cairn or aot as Agent for from the County Board of Examiners Duties of Trustees on Visitation of Parents of Pupil Ctildren 15 During the two weeks preceding the opening of the school the Trustees shall vi it all the parents of pupil children and urge upon them the necessity of prompt and regular attendance at school They shall make careful inquiry as to whether any children are unable to purchase the necessary books and immediately re- Â¬ port the names of all such children to the County Superintendent only During the progress of the school the Trustees shall ascertain the causes of all uon attendaticeof children and shall remove such causes if practicable Meeting of Board of Trustees at ScJtool- House and their Dtltiesthereat 16 The Board of Trustees shall meet at the school house ou the day of opening the school aud at the same place at least once a mouth thereafter during the session of the school At 1 each meeting they shall consider The condition of tho school house furniture apparatus aud surroundings 2 The work of the teacher aud of 3 The attendance and the school how to increase It 4 The needs of the school such as fuels broom buck- Â¬ ets crayons desks blacklmards books c They shall provide for auy defi- Â¬ ciency that may exist in any of these respects and see that the regulations for the government of the school are compiled with and that the Teacher performs his duty Upon complaint of the Teacher in writing the Trustees have power after investigation to suspend a pupil or expel him from school Renewals of Certificates 17 No Certificates except of the first or of the second class shnll be issued to the same person more than nor shall any certificate be twice renewed except upon actual regular Â¬ examination Examinations for County Certificates IS The County Superintendent shall appoint two competent and d thesacofany Text Book of lax 4 The tax voted in any common Kiinol district must be expended for the better payment of the Teacher or fur the extension of the session of the ree school The Board jit Trustees may apxiint a Collector of distiict tnx s who shall have the power to c lied by ili trmnt tsSlieriIN are now einpoerel to collect theState revenue liui the said Collector shull not be al over tlx per cent He shall be rcplred to jive botHl for the faithful performance of his duties shall make settlement uitb the Board of Truiee The duties prescribed for the hherifl in regard to the Stale revenue lel thai I tie complied with by said Collect Â¬ or Graded Free Schools 5 Provisions by pjiociul enactment for Hie creation f Graded Free School DiMncts for the ereettoii and iKiildiiiKM and for the organization nnd muinteiiHtice Graded Free Schools therein Course or of Instruction 6 The instruction prescribed for the cnnimon schools by the State Board of Education shall embrace Spelling Bending Writing Arithmetic Eng Iieli Grammar Euglh h Composition Geography Tlniteil States History Physiology and Hygiene and after Julyl 1SS8 the Elements of Civil Government Provided however That where there are as many as one third in u umber of the pupils of any district who are the children of other than nilili speakiiig jmrents their res pective languages ma be added to the foregoing course ot study No teacher shall lie required or under any tibii gations to teaeh any other than the above common whool branches in tle common scliools unless it shall be so siecified iu a written coutraot with the Trustees T-- it Books for Indigent ChUdren Whenever it shall be made to ap pear to the enti faction of the County Judgeof any county of this Common Â¬ wealth that there are indigent child Â¬ ren In the county who are not pecuni- Â¬ arily able to supply themselves with the necessary text books then such books Miall tie supplied to all such children by the County Judge and paid for by an allowance made Dy wild Comity Judge an provided for hi wc tion 1 article 3 chapter 27 of the Gen Â¬ eral Statutes not to exceed one huti dred dollant in any county In any one year provided aaid children attend the public school It U hereby made the special duty of Comity aud Â¬ No County Superintendent shall be allowed to buy for himself or anoth Â¬ er any Teachers claim directly or in Â¬ directly or to act ns agent for the sale of auy text book uuder the penalty of removal from office by the Superin- Â¬ tendent of Public Instruction Trustees1 ficcord Book and Required Jlccord of Fots by Trustees 12 The Superintendent or Public Instruction Khali through the County Superintendents furnish the Chairman of each Board of Trustees with a Trus Â¬ tees Beourd Book which shall be the property of the State shall be well preserved shall be open at all times to public InsjectioHef peclully by theTrus tees aud County Superintendent aud at the expiration of the Chaii mans term shall be turntd over to his suc- Â¬ cessor Iu the said book the Chairman of the Board of Trustees shall Willi pen aud ink keep a recoid of the fol- Â¬ low iug facts The name number aud boundary of the district names of the Titiatces and when each was elected or appointed and qualified the time for which eacli shall serve each annu- Â¬ al census ns reported to the County Superintendent auy changes of boun dary iu the district the dates and number of visits of the Trustees to the chool a copy of the contract with the Teabher and a grade of Iils certificate each ilistrict election witli the time and purpose and names of its officers each meeting of the Trustees u ith the anil the business purpose thereof transacted the beginning and close of the school term with the holidays aud vacations therein the money received with the sources thereof aud for what the same has been disbursed aud such other facts as the County Superintend- Â¬ ent or Superintendent of Public In- Â¬ struction may require 11 Â¬ persons who together With himself shall constitute a Board of Examiners for the county who shall examine all the Teachers applying to teach the common schools of the coun- Â¬ ty Before they shall be authorized to give any certificate saiJ examiners shall take and subscribe au oath that they will faithfully discharge their duties that they will not give to any erson a certificate uutil they have fully examined the applicant touching his or her qualifications aud fitness to teacli as required by the common school law said affidavit slipll be filed iu the office of the County Court The series of questions for any examination shall be kept under seal by the County Superiuteiideutaud shall be first open Â¬ ed by him at the hour of examination in presence or the County Board of Examiners and the applicants fur cer- Â¬ tificates It shall be the duty of said Board to see that no assistance either direct or Indirect is given to or obtain Â¬ ed by any applicant during the ex- Â¬ amination No certificate shall be issued on the day of examination uor shall any answers to questions be pass ed upon in the presence of auy appli Â¬ 1 he County Superintendent cant and at least one of the Examiners shall be present and shall conduct all examina Â¬ tions and sign all certificates They shall hold examinations for white teachers on the first Friday Iu July August September November and January aud for colured teachers on the second Fiiday of same months aud no examinations shall beheld at any other time whatever Each ex- Â¬ amination may continue two days if necessary The State Board of Ex- Â¬ aminers shall carefully prepare for white Teachera five series of questions upon the common school branches and the theory aud practice of teaching aud the same number of colored teach- Â¬ ers all of the same grade and at least one mouth before each examina- Â¬ tion they shall forward one of said series of questions uuder seal to each County Superintendent of the State designating the mouth for which the same shall be ued If auy County Superintendent shall fail to receive auy series of questions within two weeks ot the examination he shall immediately send written request to the State Board of Examiners to fur- Â¬ nish the same County Certificates the only Certificates Levying Taxes for Sohool City School Superintendents tees of Common Schools to Hie Mich and Trus Â¬ report to County Judge the names of all indigent children within their knowledge aud to see that the provis Â¬ ions of this seotiou are faithfully ex- Â¬ ecuted County Superintendents Power in re- Â¬ gard to Districts Duties in regard to SeliooUUoutet and Visita Â¬ tions of Schools R The County Superintendent shall Lave power to lay off alter almllsh or consolidate district aud If necessary may lay oflanew the districts through- Â¬ out the county He shall condemn ny school house which is dilapidated unhealthy or otherwise unfit to be oc Â¬ cupied for the purposes of a common cuool aud shall notify the Trustees thereof In writ lug He shall at least once a year after not less than three dajs printed notice to the Trustees and Patrons make au nffloJal vhdt to each dutric school orhls oouoy hut hal not make more than three such offi Â¬ cial vllta In any oue day At the time of such visit he uball note in a k to be kept for that purpose the number of pupils in attendance the number absent and the cause of ab Building Jtepairing lurnish- ing Collector of Taxes 18 Whenever the County Superintendent notifies the Trustees that a school house has been condemned and needs repairing or in any case it becomes necessary to purchase a site and to build a new school houee then the Trustees filial order a per capita tax not exceeding one dollar per year for three years if uecessarry on each iualin the district over twenty one years of age which may be ptld in work at one dollar per day or iu ma terial at a price Itxed by the Trustees and a tax not exceeding twenty five cents on each one hundred dollars worth of taxable property in the dis district per ear for tlireeyeare If ueccs-sary to be collected as similar State taxeare aud such tax shall be apÂ¬ plied to the repairing or to the pur chase of n site and to the erection and furnishing ot a school house adapted to Repeal of the wants of waid district law for warning in the hands liable to work on the public highways for the purpose of repaiiiug or building a Said tax shall be colschool house lected by a Collector appointed by the Trustees aud as hi the present law paid over to the County Superintendent aud the amount collected from said district shall be paid out ou the order of the Trustees Employment of Teachers Contract Sahool llouse ThctntMee shall employ a qualified Teacher agree with him as to compensation and for good cause of which he shall be first notified iu writing remove him subject to the approval of the County Superintendent The con- Â¬ tract between the Teacher anil Tru tees shall be In willing signed by tho Teacher and at least two of the Trus tees or the enme shall be null and void The trustees shall not permit any person to leach any private or other school iu any district school bouse unless the said person shall have first obtained a certificate to teach Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ JlowesSile of Qualification June 19 1st 18S8 for Teachers Jrom The privilege of teaching a cora- inon school as conferred by a Stale Certificate or by a Diploma or Certificate from any Chartered School of this Commonwealth will cease from the first day of June 1888 From this date every Teacher of a common school of this Commonwealth will he required to obtain a certificate of qual ification from the Board of Examiners tu the county iu which the school is to be taught and no person will be jiermilled to teacli any common school in this Common wealth without a cer- Â¬ tificate or qualification from the Coun- Â¬ ty Board This law will not of coutse interfere with auy common school that may be Iu session any time during the month of Juue 1S8S Â¬ Iustitute ns herein prescribed shall be subject to a fine of fifty dollars Teachers and all Persons expecting to leach must attend Institute Pen- atyfor non attendance unless prevented by Disability 1 All teachers who have schools in session or under contract and all persons who contemplate teaching a common school at auy time during the school year must attend the full ses- Â¬ sion of the Institute Tho County Superintendent shall revoke the cer- Â¬ tificate of any teacher who shall fail or neglect to attend the full session of the IustiiUte unless the Superintendent shall be fully satisfied that such failure has beeu caused by actual sickness or other disability During the Institute there shall be a suspension of such schools as are In session but no re- Â¬ duction of the Teacheis salary shall be made on account of such suspension except as hereinafter provided The time ot the Institute shall not be ac- Â¬ credited to the Teachers unless the Institute be held during the session of his school and then he shall only have credit fur thedays and parts of days of actual attendance At the close of the Institute the County Superintendent shall give to each teacher or other persons iu attendance a certificate of the number of days aud parts of days that the said teacher or other person had attended which certificate of at- Â¬ tendance shall be filed by the Teacher with the Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the district who shull make report thereof to the County Superin tendfciit at the time of reporting the school Duties of County Superintendent dur- Â¬ ing session of the Imtitute Dispo- Â¬ sition of Pees 22 The County Superintendent shall be present during the entire session of the institute shall have the roll called every morning aud afternoon and shall keep strictly dally register of the presence absence aud tardiness of the Teachers and other members and of the exercises of the Institute He may collect two dollars but in no case shall he collect less than one dollar from each teacher or other person In attend- Â¬ ance ou the institute at the time of These fees shall form matriculation a Couuty Institute fund Out of this fuud the County Superintendent shall pay all necessary expenditures includ- Â¬ ing the publication of the proceedings of the Iustitute and Association iu pamphlet form A copy of the pub lished proceedings shall be forwarded by the Couuty Superintendent to the office ot Superintendent of Public In- Â¬ Auy resdue after the pay struction ment of the Institute expenses shall constitute a fuud for the formation of a County Teachers Library under the control and supervision of the County Superintendent aud Board of Examin ers Bond required of County Superintend ent 23 Ou or before ttie first Monday iu September 18SS each County Su perintendent must enter into covenant before the County Court of his county to the Commouwealth of Kentucky with sufficient security in not less than double the amount of the school fuud that may be due the county for that school year to be approved by the Court tor the faithful discharge of his duties aud the said bond shall be re newed for each successive year Settlements required of the Couniy Superintendent Penalties 24 Each County Superintendent shall with the penalties attached as now provided by law on or before the first day of February annually after this act goes into effect settle bis accounts for sucli school year as far as the districts may have beeu taught out and paid with the Couuty Judge of his county aud forward a copy of said settlement certified by the Clerk of said Court to be corrected to the Superintendent of Public Instruction If said settlement at said time does not include a full settlement for all money drawn aud paid to said Couuty Super- Â¬ intendent then on or before the first day of August succeeding the termi- Â¬ nation of each school year he shall make a supplementary settlement for the balance not before accounted for in a similar maimer as hereinbefore provided for in this section Said set- Â¬ tlement shall embrace all sums receiv- Â¬ ed sioce the date of his last settle- Â¬ ment by said County Superintend- Â¬ ent for the benefit of Common Schools taught during the school year a full statement of all such sums paid out by him for what to whom and when paid aud should any part of said fund received by him as aforesaid remain uncalled for and not paid out aud will uot be called for he shall immediately refund said amount to the Stale Treasurer stating at the same time why It was not called for and to what district it belongs aud at the same time notify the Superintendent of Public Instruction that he has refunded said amount that he may give said County Superintendent prop- Â¬ er credit on his books for said amouut refunded The receipt of the Auditor for money refunded shall be a sufficient voucher with the County Judge in said settlement Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WALLPAPERS LARGEST STOCK Big Reduction in Prices NICE PAPER AT ioc UP GOLD PAPERS 15c The Novelties and New Goods in every department cause all who visit the to utter exclamation of surprise and pleasure Every Hne we carry is complete ami prices NEVER WERE SO LOW FOR CASH AS THEY NOW ARE We have unJouhtolly the prettiest Ik- - of iMeen ewr brought to this chy awl every stjle and price from the cheapest American to the finest Frech Satteen- can h frm k n thU Stock Our Eastern importations of - BUSY BEE CASH STORE ilen r so toe UP Jpcss IWT tiS 5 ocd T- - ard Falsrfos hete iu 1 ioes f rich WINDOW SHADES LAKGEST STOCK Big Reduction in Prices W NICE SHADES COMPLETE DADO SHADES 45c it Mrrrimac a I rompJete MENS BOYS L an DOUGLAS FOR GEXTLEMEX QDB RAMSEY J e CLOTHING bv so odmc and we earnestly ask every lady to examine this stock before buying ekewhere a We lead the market in eu will cerUimv saw tonne 3 UP Shoe Carpets Oil Cloths Rugs Lace Curtains Curtain Poles Trunks Yalisss c vl a 60 cents Picture Frames LARGEST STOCK Big Reduction in Prices IN ALL SIZES AND KINDS The only fine calf 3 Seamless Shoe in BSTWe CAN SAVE YOU FROM TWENTY FIVE CENTS TO ONE DOLLAR on every pah- - of Mens Ladies and the world made without tacks or nails Childrens Shoes you buy from us As stylish and durable as those costing 5 or 6 and having no tacks or nails to wear the stocking or hurt the feet makes them as comfortable and well fitting as a Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store hand sen ed shoe Buy the best None Jun22tf unless stamped on bottom W fenuine Shoe warranted OLDHAM7 JSE 3 W L DOUGLAS 4 SHOE the original and only hand sewed welt 4 shoe which equals custom made shoes costing from f 6 THE CORNER SADDLERY SPEED SMITH CHAS S POWELL j blood 5 to SMITH POWELL TllCIl mfri n a 9 W L DOUGLAS 250 SHOE celled for heavy wear is unex- Â¬ Kpa W L DOUGLAS 2 SHOE is worn by all Boys and is the best school shoe in Have just received and have in operation the world All the above goods are made in Con a new patent machine for the making of Frames which makes a perfect job in gress Button and Lace and if not sold by your dealer write W L DOUGLAS every particular Brockton Mass JACK FltEEJlAX Agent Richmond Ky febi 6m IIC IHBUH llllJU A y with lr will ve the There ooKhly fy anil old and raoners i reserip- - Can Make ANY SIZE FRAME in 30 Minutes Call your attention to their commodious and 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every description fancy and plain delicate and strong city bility and have In addition numerous patented improvements found In no other watch They are shop made and city made absolutely the only Hint and Dampprvf Move Â¬ Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse boots ments made In the World and aro EVERYTHING IN THE WALL PA- throughout with VEXUXXE IWBirXJeweled toe weights girts brushes curry combs spunges The c Plaf rat Stem Wind and Set is the strangest and PER AND PAINT LINE WE simplest made They are fully equal for ap Â¬ A iull line of collars names trace chains back bands hame strings pearance accuracy durability and terctee HAVE FOR SALE to any 75 Watch Our co opcrattve Club System plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners Big Reduction in Price Only Â¬ 1 Week Why not Insure in the Best Insure your house and contents and sleep soundly it will he too late after you are burned oat Our Companies have over 40 000000 capital and over 100 000000 assets viz Liverpool Londoa Globe 1 wrapper Ml at all Â¬ Â¬ brings them within the reach cf every one STOCK THE LARGEST Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed Pu saddlery and harness house AND AGENTS Wo refer to any Com WsvmkjWl morclU Ajanc7 WANTED jfSPKemember the place Herndons Corner Main and Second Clubs Constantly Forming Prices Guaranteed the Lowest Join New and Save Honey Streets City lifer WANTAgencies in CVEF1YWHERE Wt have ACZNTS fttnt large C CO SSyPaintinjj Graining and Paper mch ij 6m ty janil 923 Chcstnnt St PUUa P O Box KB I the KEYSTONE WATOH SLOB CO TURFMEN CAN FIND ANY THING IN TIlEIIt LINE Commercial Union Guardian Home Lancashire Queen Hartford German Fireman Fml National Total apr18 9m Amtktv4f643 u iwfeji Sja6tiS3 73965 24476145 pars for 45- -- inestat atK see tio 6025 5Mf 2187173 id 3181915 119121514 atatl at Ken Sox 2857 fSB Jdahreyi tu Itrc-natural bnjat taite It all pais W GOEMLEY Hanging at lowest prices ADRUFF gSgggsa artmeij tb2sffor I GEO Main-- I - WILLG1HG - XECfif slippers 5pl7 cls-4- DECORATOR at of all ake and tors I St Richmond Ky mar7 tf E B WALLACE SEWING HAGHIHE WITH mEmi If 1 S I WSiMk Is the place to go it you want ant thing in liilw THE MAIN STRFET ills you f flour as Pride of reary 4 V BUJXBER AND SSon Afttmlki BiMmlisg Ejliaiir Kinds Diamonds Watches CONTRAGTOR Is prepared to do all of Clocks Jewelry Fine ITCH Watebes Wiy -- WEIR vlll use S Svtt 9 Gold JJeaded Silk Umbrellas Gold Beaded Canes DEALER IN- - ek bead Tiey 1 tbey eaa for the English a BUILDING AND CONTRACT WORK Clocks Jewelry Sliver and Preserip- - do not are 4 AT THE MOST Reasonable Rates Will furnish drawings plans and specifications at any time Office June32 X01 S1DREDGE B is sold with Ihe guarantee of being the BEST Mi Fine Razors Jflated ware etc Speefal attention given to Qroeer 4417 ti Fine Pocket Knives IhatcanboMADB Domestic Sewins Machines AND ALL KINDS OF SETTING DIAMONDS JTSt wreffion HkO AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES i9flftO AGENTS WANTED ELDRED6E MANUFACTURING GO at his residence on Hallie tf Feb-22-6- m Irvine Street SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES SELVIDERS IIL5 RSFAIRIItfS Promptly done and In a workmaBlifee manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver BsOll XMtaty aaJ briwi YOUR IN Fine Carriages A3STTEE CHICKEN Old Gold and SILVER and get new goods for it or the tSf Dont forget the place to the Post offlce Ricbmond jau4 lf Bext doer Ky Cholera Cure oj QTJEE3JT ASK FOR THE S3 bt 0 L P G Remedy AND CRESCENT EOUTE ii -a wSeG KENTUCKY CARRIAGE apr4 tf WORKS Proprietor Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads GUTHERSON LEY New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga LEXINGTON KY Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the WILLIS STOCKTON QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO JOHN DONELSON County Institute Time Programme Syllabus Penalty for not holding JOS DESHA PICKETT Superintendent of Public Instruction SHCUATR0UGHFDL3IAN Institute Â¬ Â¬ be the duty of the County Stieriufeudont to organize and cause to be held annually a Teachers Insti Â¬ tute for the normal ustruction im- Â¬ provement and better qualification of the Teachers of his county The In- Â¬ stitute shall occupy not less tnan live days and shall be held hi July August or September and if held iu July shall begin not later than the 20th of the mouth The State Board of Edu Â¬ cation shall prepare and place hi the hands of each County Superintendent and not later than Juue 1 of each year a programme of ttie work of the Institute aud a syllabus of each sub ject of Instruction as provided in section C of this article The pro- Â¬ gramme and syllabu as prescribed shall be furnished each member of the Institute and shall be faithfully aud efficiently carried out Auy County Superintendent who shall willfully fail or neglect to hold the annual 20 It shall Mrs McSwyny Olin towld your oholld fell out o the top windy Mrs Clinch Mrs Clikchy uion YIs hadnt coom nloni jest at the might tolme an broke the fall wid the top av his bend me byed been kilt Mrs McSwyny Did it burrtyer boosband anav me little Mrs now JUNOttY broke bia neck nn be dold widout a groan Editors Drawer iu Har- Â¬ pers Magazine for June 0 dont think so It 1 la for 10000 damages was flted Hie Superior Court Evansville by Elizabeth Filzer ujjaltiKt the Louisville A suit Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ fatal to chickens than is Largest and most complete stock in era It more all other diseases combined But the Our motto Best Central Kentucky discovery of a remedy that positively Goods and Lowest Consistent Prices cures it has been made and to be conP CARROLL 77 and 79 W Main St vinced of its efficacy only requires a Lexington Ky jan11 ly trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly Contractor and Builder satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Is prepared with an experienced set of Cholera return it to the undersigned hands to do all kinds of house building and your money will be refunded and repairing Give him a call WILLIS BTOOKTON mar7 tf nufr 24 lv- GRASS AND FIELD IDS PricipalPoints SoutL East and Soii Iei Agents For Madison Caeaty sep28 ly Where Are You Goisg 7 Mr Â¬ THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST the important Cities ot iheHouth without change H KELtMSY Morning and Night Trains pMSSift with nearly an el abiieJorm ISa wHI How soar ot tt tight or hare Wbat roots do 70s pcefcrT UpH roooiot ot an answer to Use abont qoM Mom you wtt be foroubed bee ot ezpeaae wits the lowest a a sTin rutes also p ANITQ Whs do yourtart Wfeerelrom ia toot party T What amount yooT Bngypn 3 Ij H - dotr ltuflet RUNNING THKOUOH CARS Anlir T Unij Jjllie TWENTY BIGHT HOURS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IN of Sto have a choice Cnnnial tJntinn Traveler AXD CUESCRXTf two kindsMating eptieg Uttr ea5 Dulatll rl O IHjOOUEEX ROUTR Ktegant BoaCur and PulltnuuH save trouble time and money Agents iriJt call in person where wceary Partias not ready to answer abov questions abnnld eat oat aaa jarserra tM noOee Ioc tdtare nhnnc E Bjajr beeotae Address II Wiaaaw Saeeral Passenger Agent 8C PaaL MJaaa aiit ftitkmwMea o5S wit a Finest Palace iinlTet Steeper State Room Pattern Evansville ami St Louis railway She claim damages for the loss of the life of her huthanil His team became frightened uud running away hy be alleged uuueceesary whittling of the locomotive and In an accident which followed FHzerwas killed no PiVo vt Ulz U1A U Cert aH Mad atom s e ctm tiMiar Ut MJfa Atmtn mmm GutMtocd giuMvtor to an other nm jnodtet t cult ref unduL bcut bj mad SL ForUe nlanu Dr lux 91 Trvmont M Bottou Sut rxr nnAiKiiFifi Ufa of HEHHY WABD BEEOHER SSTMLtS serine Mi Kf from M MnSta hit It atatntcd Oii KuUar Ejqrtiirtsfnau iaSi riico CMOS BOORQ CO Brooklyn ISYStation apl2 6m - can be done wtillo living hi home nhould at r onee wild their addrexi 10 JIallett Co lort h Pu uieiu laDlWHlneninl receive tree fait Inform Urn how either sex of alt incex can earn frnm to 3 per day and upwards wherever General Offices St Pan BuiHtHg MT4- - FGrUi ML Cincinnati Ohio on free Capital not JOUNCUAUTaT tixtflive Borne are HCOUBKAN required liave made over f0 in a General Manager Oeaeral PaeHKer Aettu 1 Aueucvwu iw isAluvuuu lUJtKYAri nov30 ly rjueiSSUJ liearal superintendent Assistant General PaaseBgerAgeat Hnt WomleiR exist tn IhmvoimJs of form but are Mirpwwnl by the wrxnu uemrai union uepoi in micinuati uxrveU of tuvexilou Ttwu e who therefore saved trunxfer -across ttie tlty xni Are 111 need of Dmtlbtble w rlc thcl comfort and cenveolem- Yearly All tho Leading Railroads and orbit iw seiiger hohllHg Ifektta via Hit aKMirra QtUKKN 1 a jwarte hii6hmii wiiii Hue xr -- th PATENTS ptV ii v prf - rvwit ml il Pr--i- RjetMl ApHttain rj v I aiul Trade Marks All OftltH ff- Travel via Queen and Crescent f t - Re- tininw a MaJ slata uwuk - Put phi m securest 1ft niHl 11 ShiiJ for TMvnf ftnlrtf FRAUKWN H SOUGH B3ay9 if Waehiagtoo D C nnulerv - an no rtlnipt- - TKBN us j5 sg55f5 l STvawi wijw wi imJlt Igimpwiiijii i iiiiiijh jiin ma mil nnnimmnmnminiriiWtaBWWmiimt THE CLIMAX n BUSKED EVERY -- BY AT THE CAPITAL ICarrw po Deferred CllxAfc1 SILVER CREEK VEDMFDAY THE- - Ciifx PiUCK Priktixg 6 Co FRENCH TIPTON1Wm G WHITE Editors PBR YEAH JUKE 150 1888 WEDNESDAY Uetterel Phil Sheridan contin ues daitgeretieiy ill Â¬ Kentucky ami Alabama hold clectioHe in August Arkansas Maine and Vermont in September For ooMitly Judge Hon P P JokmoH carried every ward in Lexington and every precint except owe i Fayette county The Hea who seemed to be lite most cottspiewous in the Nation al Prohibition Convention in session at Indianapolis la6t week were Green Clay Smith and Geote W Bain both former residents of Richmond D Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ J Faekler formerly associ ate editor of the Danville Advo cate died in Danville on last Wednesday a ed 31 years He was a lawyer by profession but embarked in the newspaper busi ness seven years ago His father served on the staff of Albert Sid nev Johnston Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Trnc Climax received an elegant double enveloped invitation to the Louisville Southern Hail road barbecue at Sheibyville yesterday but we couldnt leave the AI F I girls to so down and mingle with the L S boys There will be a similar barlecue in KjcIhimhwI about this time next year EAIKE FWK COVEKNOK Hon J P Eagle was nominated lor G oeriior of Arkansas by the State Democrat ie Convention at Utile Rock vesterdav bv a vote ft S48 to 201 Cot Eagle mar lied Mhs Mary K Oldham of this county sister to Airs W H Miller and Mrs John Doty Three cheers for Eagle THE PUBLIC SCHOOL LAW On the first page of this issue of Tuts Cumax is presented the school law as enacted by the last Legislature It is not only of im portance to every teacher trustee mid those persons who have children of school age but to Â¬ every tax payer Trustees are given great power and there are numerous requirements in connection with the public schools Every one should read carefully the entire law Â¬ M0IWRAT1C PRIXAKY ULH FUU COXSTA- - It w ordered by the Democratic Committee oc the Kichmoiid Dis trict that a poll be opened at each ol the two voting places from G oclock a m till 7 oclock p x on Saturday June 9th 1SSS for the purpose ot nominating a Democratic candidate for Constable for aid district Voters shall have i he sme qualifications as required by the order in the call for a primary for Sheriff to he had on same day C D Chkxault Chmn Dem Co Comtee Â¬ WABiUKarOx C June 1 1888 Tlie weather continues cool and it lias rained almost Incessantly duritiR the past week Notwithstanding the unpleasant weather however the city has been unusually crowded with strangers The annual conclave of the onler of the Knights of the Golden Eagle was held on Tuesday and Wed Â¬ nesday and about five thousand uni- Â¬ formed members of tlie order partici Â¬ pated in the parade which traversed the principle streets of the city and was reviewed by the President as It passed the White House The event of the week however was the ceremonies connected with the laying of the corner stone of the new Divinity building tlie first of the series ot buildings to be erected on the recently purchased site of the Catholic University Preparations had been made for celebrating this great event in tiie history nf the Catholic Church h a grand scale Invitations were sent to prelates of the church in alj seothHts ot the couutry and the Presi- Â¬ dent of the United States with his cab- Â¬ inet had agreed to be present A mon- Â¬ ster procession had been planned in which all of the Catholic toclelles and members of the local Catholic congre- Â¬ gations were to paiticlpate but tlie raging storm which prevailed during the day rendered it necessary to dis pense with the procession Notwith Â¬ standing the rain however more than five thousand persons were present at the laying of the corner stone and the ceremonies were both interesting and impressive Lieut Gen Phillip H Sheridan is eon fined to his bed with what is re sorted to be a serious attack of nervous protratiou due to his recent exten- Â¬ sive trip through the West where he had been to establish military posts Tttere is much solicitude among his friends as to his condition and his physicians are very reticent but it Is Known that they have been in con Â¬ stant attendance at his bedside since his first attack on Wednesday As the General has had trouble with lits heart hi the past the refusal upon the wrt of tlie physicians to furnish the pubtte with iuformatioujis to his real condition has led the public to infer that he is a very sick man A patent was issued an Tuesday last upon one of the ingenious inventions of modern times Mr John T Kiitan the inventor who is a resident of northern New York has devoted sev- Â¬ eral years to the study of scenic changes ami effects and the invention which he has recently patented consists of an arrangement of series of slats upon which the scenes are painted by which it is rendered possible to change the entire scene upon the stage iucluding both wings and flies withiu the one tenth of a second thus obviating the necessity of either turning down lights or lowering curtains in making changes in scenery A series of scenes may be produced in rapid succession or a por- Â¬ tion of the scene changed without eflectiiig the rest or it A ghost bird or animal may be caused to appear at will at any desired point or a mere speek upon tlie horizon may be made to gradually Increase in size until it appears as a full sized ship In the immediate foreground A miniature model of this invention which has been upon exhibition in the city has been the subject of wonder and admi- Â¬ ral khi of those who have seen it Â¬ Â¬ t Sir Thompson Burnam gave a bachelors strawberry supper on last Wednesday evening to about ten gentlemen friends at his country home 00 Silver Creek Thick cream deli clous berries and tender spring chicken brought a pleasant smile and look of content on the face of all present Mr Thos Ellis and E O Fnrris told many a good Joke and stories of forty years ago which were greatly enjoyed by the younger meu who were present Adieux were said about 10 oclock and all hope so be with Mr Burnam next strawberry season Â¬ EDEXTOX The frost has in lured the garden stnfi and the corn to a great extent Miss Claudle Davis and Sardouia NOTICE AND ORDER FOR CITY ELECTION Davis of Jessamine county are visit Â¬ ORDINANCE ing friends and relatives at this place Ordered on motion and majority Preaching at Salem church every vote of the City Council of Richmond fourth Sunday at 10 oclock that au election of the qualified voters James Collins lost a flue mare worth of the City of Richmond be held on 150 by bots Saturday July 14th 1SSS at which We have a man in this place who election will be submitted the questiou goes a fox hunting eight nights out of of issuing the bonds of the City of the week He has a dog by the name Richmond by the City Council thereof to nay ofl the existing indebtedness of of coucher said city in pursuance to an act in the On Inst Sunday night Nelson Teater General Assembly of the Common Â¬ of Buckeye Garrard county commit- wealth of Kentucky approved April ted suicide by drowning in his pond ISth 18S8 Title Au act to authorize He arose from bed about 10 oclock and the City of Richmond to issue bonds mid of which 17 are now furnishing milk HIa average yield of butter for some time past has been 140 pounds per week Louis T Hemphill has a herd of 30 cowshaIf of which at least are usual ly In milking condition He turns out about 100 pounds of butter per week Mr W A Logan furnishes a consid- Â¬ erable quanlty of milk toNicholasvllie regularly running a wagon between his farm and the town Most othe but- Â¬ ter from these Dairies Is shipped di- Â¬ rectly to Chattanooga at a contract of 30 cents net per pound the year round It will be seen that thousands of dol- Â¬ lars ot good cash go yearly into the Logan neighborhood for one article of butter The cows fouud best tor Dairy purposes by the Messrs Hemphill aud Logans are the Jerseys and Alderueys NIchoIasville Journal the only newspapers published in tlie City ofRlchmond from date of their first issues after passage of this ordi- Â¬ nance until after the election held hereunder We undersigned Mayor and City Clerk of the City of Richmond do cer Â¬ tify that the foregoing Ordinance was duly acted upon and passed by the City Council of the City of Richmond on June 1st J88S the yeas and nays taken thereon and recorded in the journal and was declared adopted and ordered printed in The Climax and newspapers as Kentucky Register aa above stated which is hereby ac- Â¬ cordingly done As witness our hands JFIE33E3 OF The Penn Mutual The attention of the public is respect Â¬ fully called to the Penx Mutual Lip DIHELLI B LRnVALf 11 5 CITY TREASURER FOR THE-- Fiscal YrEndingJuae RECEIPTS Balance tn hands from June itt ReceiTCd from Kerenue Received from Licene Total Receipts- 1 88 1S87 I this Juue 1st 18S5 J W Caperton Mayor Pro Tem Wm G White akih POWDER Tills powder never varies A marvel of parity strength and wholenomeness More economical than the ordinary kinds and mulcannot be told In competition wlUi the phos Â¬ titudes ot low test Rhortlwelglil alum or nhatfl nowders 80I1I only In cans RorAI AKINQ POWDEU CO 106 Wall 8U N Y 978 673 01 013 10 41 00 Received from Fines City Coutr Received from Dog Tax - H3 51 average cost of insurance much below the figure of many first class competitors Its Non Forfeiture and Extension systems are the most liberal extant full reserve being applied at lapse to extension of original sum insured or to the pur- Â¬ chase of Paid Up insurance as may be desired Our steam engine grid mammolh co cream freezr are now in ed forms of Life and Endowment Policies poi Surplus being available in reduction of tion and we are prepared to fur the second and succeeding payments such returns of surplus have reduced the nish Â¬ Insurance Company ot PhHaderphfo The Ienn Mutual tsues alt approv- ICE CREAM in any quantity at any lime evert on the sliorteet notice DISBURSEMENTS City Clerk vested as Police Judge of the City o f Richmond and requirement of the City Charter to publish notice of and appoint officers for every City Election I hereby accordingly notify all quali- Â¬ fied electors of said City that au election in pursuance to the foregoing Notice and Ordinance will be held in each Ward of the City of Richmond July 14th 1888 between the hours nnd at the places named iu the foregoing order and for tlie purposes named in said act and Ordinance The officers Â¬ of election as named In the said Ordi- Â¬ nance aro hereby appointed by me as officers of said election Each officer went to tlie pond is supposed to to pay oft existing liabilities Said will be first duly sworu before proceed- Â¬ have drowued himself Cause un- Â¬ entire act is made a part hereof and is ing to act known Given under my baud as Police as follows Judge of Richmond this June 1st 1888 CMAPTElt 1129 Â¬ In pursuance to the power in me Absolutely Pure jlyi iy D C Withers Wiggins Breck Joe Mitchell Madison County Drug li j ncwiou A S Gott Thos Thorpe Gas Co H C Rice J B Stouffer H J Streng Jno Feeney C D Pattie John A Mershon W C French W W Watts old account Walker John Mershon J D Mitchell James Tevis MH Owen Ballou MM John Moynihan John Mershon S Bigrerstaff Tack Freeman Alike Buckley Al John Moynihan Co Fonnan L P Evans Store B i uckley- - DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 51 51 Surgery TTHughs A J Reed RED HOUSE ICY 95 35 S xco 00 JO CO CO All Policies non forfeitable aBd after Milk Shakes with any desired two years incontestable 10 CO flavorings The Penn is unequaled in financial 1646 79 S security Without security there k no XO CO 4 80 insurance Mere volume of assete gives Soda Water from 81 6a a splendid arctic The real test is applied by S no protection 500 insurance writers and the- - authorities in fountain 63 aj 24 30 State Insurance Departments viz The x6o 71 In this res- Â¬ 50 00 ratio of assets to liabilities 86 S3 pect the Penn stands at tlie head of the STRAWBERRIES XO TJ 2CO CO list having now 124 of well secured as- Â¬ 30 00 XOO CO sets for every 100 of liability present or 50 CO contingent Give us a call before insur to order Fruits of every kind 101 s 2a eo ng elsewhere 11 District Agent Office First Nat Bank Jerry A Sullivan Local Agent Richmond Ky gmay3m CliM J K Faulkner 200 An act to authorize the City of Rich- Â¬ The grand jury of Jackson county mond to is sue bonds to pay off existing found 140 indictments during the May liabilities Be it enacted by the General Assemterm of court Near Adalrville on Suuday May bly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky Â¬ Section 1 That for the sole pur20th 1888 Hon G W Ewlug aged about eighty years died Mr Ewingwas pose ot paying off the liabilities of the a member of the Confederate Congress City of Richmond now existing tlie from this State and served in the Ken- Â¬ City Council thereof may cause the tucky Legislature He married a sister builds of baid city to be issued for not of General Johu S Williams Georg- Â¬ exceeding ten thouaud dollars payable in the City of Richmond at such time etown News not exceeding twenty years from date Mrs F C Krueger living on North and bearing such rates of interest not State street Elgin III was killed in exceeding six per cent per annum in trying to rescue her semi annual payment aud in auch de child from an approaching freight nominations 119 paid City Council may train ou the Northwestern road The direct and to provide for tlie payment Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS 514 H C Rice P J R for the rightmon expedience and to 15 L C0RP0RATI0X 3IEETIXG Hla 8e busluesj isave tlmo betier No atten- Â¬ names and address of references tion paid to pojtatcards Never mind abont sending stamp for reply Address BUSI51 20 NESS Box II Kichmond Va an KMRUiisIieU House- dunn the summer months Thoso who can fun Ilia horse and Mouey advanced T T Huehes glvo security preferred monthly to pay expenses A great clianco J W Crawford WANTED 01 20 00 loo 00 50 00 318 6s ICO 21 38 Vegetables fresh and in abundCandies in profusion Tr ance bacco and Cigars S DINELLI mayg tf CO 9 CO BEAUTIFY YOLK LAWM- - eighteen-mouths-ol- d Â¬ The Chautatnjna Assembly Â¬ HtSLB WITHDRAWS Mr John Hide Caudidate for Sheriff of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party withdrew from the race on last Monday The race was grow ing warm both men were strong ami the interests of the parly would probably have been en dangered The friends of Hisie and Bales at their request held a meeting and casts lots for the place and II isle lost He ac cepts the situation gracefully and hopes his friends will do likewise Both eaitdidats tltought they were acting for the good of tins partj- - and they should be commended for it Mr Ilisle has the good will of both sides and will doubtless be remembered in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The new ApsemUy Htll of the Ken- tucdy Chautauqua was dedicated Sat- Â¬ urday May 28th by two grand conerts by Giinvores famous band The day was lovely and large crowd both from Lexington and thesurroundiug country thronged out to hear the delightful music and see the new hall The hall was a very pleasant surprise to many as it is hard for inexperienced people to appreciate how large a 100x150 foot building is The building came up to expecta Â¬ tions and even surpassed them It proved to lie very convenient and very commodious The acooustics are excellent but is ofoourse too large lo be filled by any but a powerful voice As the hall has been finished tlie attention of the management will be directt d to arranging for the conven ience of the assembly guests Tlie programme hand book will be ready for distribution by June 10th ami if auy information is desired either with regard to the programme or tenting accommodations and tick- Â¬ ets it will be well to send your name and address to Col It JE Edmonson the business mauager at Lexington Â¬ Ky The lecturers who have been engag ed are so well kuowu as to make the success of this session a foregone conÂ¬ Â¬ the future THE XATliXAL PROHIBITION VEXTIOX COX This convention met in In Â¬ dianapolis last week and nomi nated Gen Clinton B Fisk of Aew Jersey for President and John A Brooks of Missouri for Vice President The platform favors woman suffrage The plat- Â¬ form also favors besides the most stringent prohibition regulations tlie abolition of the internal rev- Â¬ whereby liquor enue system would be greatly cheapened tariff reform civil service reform the abolition of polygamy uniform laws governing marriage and di vorce tlie prohibition of trusts law enforcing the observance of Suiilay arbitration of international rtifTarences and the restriction of immigration Â¬ Â¬ AT ST LOUIS Democratic National Oon venUon assembled at St Louis yesterday and to day will nomi nate Mr Cleveland Who the seonnd man will be is uncertain The Kentucky delegation was Chairman organised as follows J A MeKenzie Vice President Join D Harris Committee on Organization John 13 Castleman Committee on Credentials Judge Robert Iliddell Committee on Henry Watterson ItetMlnlioiis Tin National Committeemen were then selected a fight being made between Sherley McHenry Henry Burnett and Will Owens McUenry was elected over Shor ley on the third ballot by a vote of 12 to 10 Owens was with drawn after the second ballot and Henrv Burnett on the first Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ TJip clusion Tlie celebrated Pro Loisette of New York City will give his series of lessons on physiological training of the memory He will give the public a free lecture ou June 28th at 130 1 Loisetls system is known M Prof all over the world and In America in colleges and cities he has had classes of thousands of students while by correspondence the number is simply immense The course of lessons will cost only 0 The managers have secured for their musical programme a representative ot tlie Sol Fa system of Prof Unsend of New York Thus the Assembly goers will have a chance to know the latest and best thing in music He will train a ehorus by this system and teach btudeuts who prefer more detail- Â¬ ed Information This system is being introduced Into America it has already an extensive and brilliant success in England and on the Continent by a great musical association made up up of tlie leading musical writers editors of hymn books and preachers The contractors for the tabernacle finished it a month before the contract called for it They deserve great credit for their enterprise aud push The electric lights are a decided suc- Â¬ cess and add very much to the appear ance of the grounds at night The view from the gateway was gracefully beautiful The building festooned witli flags and brilliantly lighted and the trees and their deep shadows intervening made a pretty picture The new hall cost 54000 without furniture The absence of the old buildings and fences helps the appearance of the grounds There will be a meeting of the Southern Wesleyan College women duiiug the session of the Assembly of 88 in order to form an association Temperance day will be a feature this year as it was last The College Association will be In session at the grounds during part of the session Â¬ child had wandered from the house of the principal and i nt ere 1 of said out to the track and was also killed bonds the City Treasurer shall set apart being struck just as she reached it at least one thousand dollars of each The farmers of this section are com- Â¬ years revenues ivhloh shall constitute a plaining that hogs are lying to au Sinking Fund nnd by him held and alarming extent of a disease which is paid out exclusively on the bonds and They seem to get sick interest as same mature Said bonds very peculiar quite suddenly lie down and begin to shall be Issued at a regular meeting of shiver and live only a few hours Some the City Council and such meeting persons think the disease is cholera shall be signed by the Mayor aud countersigned by the City Clerk of said wbileothers think it is pneumonia city Hart County News Sec 2 The City Treasurer of the The cash premiums of tlie Interna- Â¬ City of Richmond shall act as Sinking Septional Fair to be held at Buffalo tember 4th to 14th foot up the unpar- Â¬ Fund Commissioner under this act aud to the alleled mm of 100000 The premiums as such shall execute a bond City of Richmond in the sum of alone not iucluding the turf events Â¬ are 13450 The great St Louis fair Twelve Thousand Dollars to be approved by the Cty Council for the gives but 7995 ou the same classes Â¬ and Toronto SI 915 New York State faithful performance of his duties here- Â¬ under and which bond shall be in ad fair 9002 dition to the bond now required of him Gen R M Gano Texas will reach as City Treasurer and shall be by him Onlreville Bourbon county Juue lFt executed at the time of his quuiflcation and will remain several mouths for as City Treasurer the purpose of disposing as executer of Sec 3 The coupons on these bonds the lauds of John Allen Gano deceas shall be receivable at all times in pay- Â¬ ed consisting of 900 acres in Bourbon ment of City Taxes and Fayette counties near Centreville Sec 4 The City Council of Rich- Â¬ Paris Keutucklan Citizen mond is hereby authorized and em- Â¬ Last Monday John Owens and Wiley powered to pass aud enact such ordi- Â¬ Owen who live near town ou the nances as may be necessary to fully Spencer pike and John Cole from carry out the provisions and intent of Spruce Creek thin county aged 10 to this act Sec 5 If the City Council Khali at 18 stole three horses and u mule in this city Tuesday evening the Owens any time fall to pay said bonds and in- Â¬ boys were arrested and brought to the terest when matured after demand city jail aud Wednesday John Cole made on the City Treasurer the holder may enforce the payment of same by was brought in lit Sterling Sentinel suit in any court of competent juriedic Democrat tion in Madison county provided that Thursday at Versailles James Wil- Â¬ no bonds shall be issued under this act liams was severely injured by the acci- Â¬ until tlie City Council of Richmond dental discbarge of a double barreled shall submit the questiou of the issuing shot gun heavily loaded The gun had of said bonds to a vote of the qualified been thoughtlessly laid in a wagon voters of Richmond at au election to be was aftewards loaded witli lum- Â¬ which held for such purpose at least thirty ber Williams uuaware of the pres- Â¬ days public notice of said election to be ence of the fire arm carelessly jerked given in the city papers of Richmond out a plank when both barrels discharg- Â¬ at which election the question shull be ed emptying their contents into Wil- Â¬ propounded to each voter Are you for liams side Most of the shut have or against the Issuing of City Bonds to victim is now been taken out aud the pay olF existiug indebtedness II a improving majority of tlie votes cast shall be in m favor of issuing the bonds CONCERNING FARMERS Council shall have power then the City to do so us provided for in this act but not other- Â¬ B Dunlap of the Mt Vernon neigh Â¬ wise borhood had a field of hemp entirely Sec 6 This act shall take etfect eaten up by the cut worms He had to from aud after its passage up and re sow plow it Approved April 18 1888 Col B G Stoner sold Wednesday S B Bdckner near Louisville to J B McFerrau By the Governor a yearling Ally by Barou Wilkes dam Geo M Adams Steiuette the dam of Bourbon Russell Secretary of State for 2500 Paris News Harvey Myers J V Stryker of Jersey ville 111 has Pro tern Speaker of the House of Repre sentatives booked 10 mares to Nutwood at 500 J W Bryan each The expense is large but one Speaker of the Senate good foal from such mares as Mr Â¬ Â¬ mond Building aud Loan Corporation pawed by the General Assembly of Kentucky aud approved May IstlSSS We the undersigued Incorporators mentioned in Said Act and being a majority thereof met at the County Clerks office in Richmond ou the 1st day of June 18S8 for the purpose of and ou motion S D organization Parrish was elected Chairman and Thos Thorpe Secretary of said meet- Â¬ ing and pursuant to Said Section 4 the Paid Incorporation adopted the subscription of stock heretofore made to taid Richmond Building and Loan Corporation in anticipation of tlie pas- Â¬ sage of said act and at the same time oteued books for the sulcriptlon of stock iu said Corporation aud more than one hundred shares having been subscribed for iu good faith did ap Â¬ point Monday Juue lit li 183S at 4 oclock p 21 for a meeting of the stockholders for the election of officers of said corporation and transaction of other business according to Sec 5 of said act The following Committee on Con- Â¬ stitution and By Laws was apÂ¬ said pointed Constitution the and By Laws to be submitted to tlie stockholders for approval at the meeting aforesaid viz A winces Richmond Ky June 1st 1888 Pursuant to Sec 4 of chapter 1407 being an act to incorporate the Rich Proposal for Bids Â¬ J 11 M W h Miller W C Biggersuf-fM uuciticy W T Harris AT Reed J H Crawford M Bucklev John Mershon John Mershon H C Rice Mitchell- 18990 M 50 30 150 50 50 8 40 53 17 IO 4S CO 5 35 CO 4 00 4 00 75 00 00 CO CO CO The Waco College Hill and Kentucky River Turnpike Company will receive A sealed bids until the 20th of this month M J Reed H Stockton June for the building of said road which Wm Russell is to be let to the lowest and best bidder Fount Walters For specifications apply to C L Searcy M Barlow yM BuckleSecretary of said company Waco Madi- Â¬ T D Chenault son county Ky D Bogie The right to reject any or all bids is Dick AUman reserved i Buckley W Crawford W White Bucklev - 00 00 CO CO P giwaCTsTWwwMaiJ co 500 k Y Patented Hareo 22 87 FOLDING LAWl SETTEE IS co 207s 3 5 40 8 3 10 8 - SO SO co CO Tho Peer of all Lawn Scate Above cut represents our patented Settee The only Settee evor made that will adjust itself to uneven ground Light durable handsome and strong Painted bright red and ornamented Prices Settees 8150 and a 30 Chairs 3150 Ilocken 9200 each They all fold flat If your dealer dont keep them ask him to order for you from AHEEICAN FOLDING CEAIE CO 1301 to 1323 N Main So 25 June 4 188S Dr J AYRES President 51 52 DudTribble John Mershon M H Pigg I D Mitchell 00 80 50 00 12 300 CO BMLMSidFJEE Guard against burglars and fire by purchasing a burglar proof and fire proot Shackelford Gentry J W Owens C II Breck A Moynihan Co The Popular Lino between 53 60 SCO 22 40 So co 50 00 25 CO 15 co 50 CO Cincinnati Tin Indianapolis and mtkeit hitj-- 500 it BuckleM Buckley Al Toh y- 300 Every merchant every farmer every man every professional man ought to have a safe Account books ac- Â¬ counts notes checks receipts money jewelry and other valuables can be kept trom all harm at small expense THE CARY SAFE CO LJFraiee 22 West Eagle St Buffalo N Y M Buckley MoynihanlrOne of the Carey safes can be II Conway J M Poyntz H Hargi F Smith J seen at The Climax office 51 25 O McMahan W G White 8 D Parrish and Thos J Moynihan Thorpe G W Maupi- nM Buckley- All persons owning or wishing to sub- Â¬ 1 I Hewlon Building and Loan scribe stock In said no tioymnan- Corporatiou and who do subscribe lor S Comns ire Ex Co stock prior to the time of said meet- Â¬ Brumncld ing nre requested to meet at the As Iru tee nnd guardian of Albert Wardropc- rCourt house lu Richmond Ky on the W Smith nnd Harry P T Kmith IW White I D Rcirdon 1S8S at 4 oclock p 11th day of June A J Reed desire to sell privntely the farm of t harp to organize and elect M Dick Buckley officers aud transact such other busi-hesDick Buckley as may be necessary A I Reed B luett Ordered that the proceedings of this meeting be published one time in the more or less known as the Gen John WE Hay express Climax aud Register Ou motion Tribble place two miles from Rich Joe Wells John Mershon the meeting adjourned mond on the Irvine turnpike House M Buckley Stephen D Parrish John Moynihan witli out buildings well watered John Monyhan J M Poyntz A I Reed nearly all in grass A Wilkes Smith Pat Mcmahan Wm G White Wiirrins Will be sold as a whole or in parcels J w crawl Breck or d H C Hargis Sexton to suit purchasers Thos Thorpe Avres C C Maupiu Mitchell Terms easy Francis A Copy Attest McKenna 61 2 JES8E L KMITH H C Rice Stephen D Paukish Ciimn MonnihanMH business Keea A J Reed Stike Buckley Mike Buckley H C Rice M M Harber AT Reed Dick Buckley R F Baxter J D Christopher I D Stone- Jno Feeney Mitchell Com M Buckley R Buckley RG Dunn A J Reed John Mershon John Mershon 7500 So 00 25 75 24 23 XO CO ST LOUIS Slo 41 15 St Pullman Sleeping Cars and Elea unt Te clinisg Chair Cars on Night Trails Magnificent Parlor Cars on Day Tra ns BKTWEEN CHICAG O Estbi Tnisi ECI TBMCCB C LAFAYETTE 20 IO CO CO 6 co ii 150 00 25 CO 40 CO 10 50 20 CO 59 77 PE JJ SL itaa Seaa ta LEADS TIIE WOULD 500 in Gold for General 5003 50 co 5 ICO SO cinnati iinir lull ir at iril ai LXJCZI ijcpii on alter i sC ad VsndalU Lin Pullman Buffet Slernnfr Cars PnllmmR Chair Cars New UrM ClaM Coache s Class Coaches aad Baggage Cars all nm vr 23 without change between Cincinnati and S 1 Louis Cincinnati and St Big Foirj Eallnar Via the C L St L rr Elegant Reclining Chair Cars 00 22 5 59 co 4 00 500 SO CO Cincinnati and Peoria C Binrtiji Y1A HI liar I St h 4 F C and IB THE A W Rnart FARM for SALE 34 Commodious Reclining Chair Cars 42 40 9SO Iioli2 Peerless Traction and Portable and Creamery Domestic The Steaiu Gang Plows BrmiM sii ills and kfirX m 700 2 CO 2 CO 8 00 300 4 SO -s 103 ACHES Engines oc 935 Engines 22 00 Geiscr M 30 IS 70 3 co 50 3 75 50 co CO Tltresltcr and Cleaner n Tuter Variable lenl Tit Dogs WsSEImV ICO 44 40 ffHJ market jiI Fric-t-j- CISLIi4C and T P A T K B At Chicago St Louis and Peoria dote anil Im mediate connections are Dado with all liars to and rroBi the Xorthwest Writ and Soatfcimt TttrMga TUitis aad Btgriri Cketb to ill rristiftl fuili Can be obtained at any Ticket Office CItTaIsoTiathislineataIiConponTic t Offices throughout the conntrr Via SHELDON CIEL Set works and tiaw Uuide JOHN ECANGealPaoindTitl5Mtr CEfdNHATIa 334- - 40 88 17 00 8 00 46825 IO IJtcst 63 60 950 CO improved and chrapt Saw Mil on the Send for catalofk totlio GEISER MANUFACTURING CO Thos Thorpe Secretary POWDERS HOW BAKING ARE MADE We Want You To send us 40 cents for one of our M Bucklev While rival companies are disputing aa to what ingredients are to be fouud iu the best baking powders the public will be interested in the follow- Â¬ ing definition of these now indispensa- Â¬ ble articles as given by Appletons Cyclopedia the acknowledged Amer- Â¬ ican authority The beat baking yowdere ore com- Â¬ posed of bltarlrate of potash cream ol tartar tartaric acid carbonate of ammonia and soda bi carbouate bound together by a little starch Cattle men mark stock witli a brand from the burning Pittsburg Chroni- Â¬ cle Politics make strange bedfellows but they donlt get much sleep Journal of Education to be presumed that the Chris- Â¬ tianized Indians ure all Lo church people Boston Courier Â¬ Geo Maupin Mcmahan Withe Kelson Midkiff BizRerstaa G W Evans Geo Adams and Green Halfinghoft W B Smith Moynihan inoBuckley Al Buckley 20 64 3 71 150 00 14 10 50 co 426 00 64 10 34 CO 6 50 25 00 4SS So 30 CO Wo want agents and invite correspondence tc tosscec njun in cc pa 6m apr2c PAEM for SALS I wish to sell privately that portion of my farm known as tlie Owens place four miles from Red House station Kentucky Central Railroad Madison county on the road leading from Otter Creek to Muddy Creek The boundary contains 3350 23 7 25 20 n Moyntnan- - WhB gWEJjJr ty7 6 in FARM WRENCHES Lieut Handy and Strong will Outwear and Out- Â¬ last two Ordinary Wrenches JIBkMoynihan John JoeM itchell Baxte- rMcmahan and Onei- lR Buckley lake MHle- r- 8s So 00 63 75 00 50 CO 37 6c 4065 ICO CO 4 co 146 40 YOU WANT Ax This set consists of a Rosewood Handle and four Interchangeable blades 3 screw drivers and 3 chisels fitting same all packed in a neat wood box This tool Is constantly useful everywhere around tlie house nt the office in the shop on the fonn Sent free on receipt of 1 60 TT Hushes K Uuckley Household S D Set Elleich Joe Mitchell M Buckley Pat Mcmahan T Slaver F M Green Gas C- oWiggins Brec- kJohn Moynihan Oneil Mcmahan li laipin Ask Your for them If he has not for you or we will send either on receipt of price uaooTe Send am5 for our illustrated cataUffue Dealer local he will get them got them CO 5121 TJSmith n - Kic- John Mershon Pat Mcmahan e- and is well improved having a good house cistern garden barn and other out- Â¬ TOO 8 CO buildings good fences and an abundant 6 co AH of the supply of never failing water 3 SO 4 co land is in blue grass and has been for 3 co twenty five years The entire tract can 100 CO be plowed with ease and is suitable for 75 SO Can sell cither fifty or one a 75 tobacco 88 50 hundred acres Tlie land is limestone 10S 33 with ash sugar tree and walnut timber 39 95 Terms easy 14 co R P McCORD 50 o Sco Red House Ky mch2l tf 5000 73 So 50 co ICO Co SO co J03 Acres of d ArrxTiTZ Sour Stomach Ltc Her T B Reams Pastor St E Church Adaras Tenn writes I uubk 1 saouid nave oeen aeaa rut xor your Genuine M A Sun moss Liver Medicine I tare ltBvX sometimes to substitute ZeiUas stuff tor Tour Midi oat answer the JCctfiTsI cne be Dr J R GraTts EJitcr Tit GfOPlXl 0afut Memphis Tenn sirs I receiTed a package of your L ifr Medicine and have usca half it It works like a charm I want ao better Liver Regulator and no more of Zeilins mrjctaie C F Simmons St Lows Prcpr M ASnnmonsLiTeTMedicineIstJ 1S40 in the U S Court defeats J HZcilinProprAQSimmons Lif Â¬ er Regulator Estd by Zeilin 1S6I M A S L M has for 47 y cars cured INDIGKSTIOV BlLIOlSXtSS UTSrEFStAjblCX 11XADACHKLCST Tho Original Wins nil 49 40 it is ELIiRICH FH Adair M Buckley A J Reed A J Reed -M Bucklev - 2S CO YAIDAL PUBLIC TRIAL Plantsvllle Conn J W Crawford Jno Green H C Rice R Buckle-y- A Moynihan 4000 16 co 5 co 149 IO HUES 226 TACING ACICIftiAC Summer Tours Palace Steamers Low There is no place where style counts so little as iu the lining of a pocket book Danville Breeze THE TWO STALLIONS Strykers him will amply reimburse Dewdrop sold for 29500 at auction the highest price ever brought in America at public sale Tho highest paid fur an American thoroughbred was 40000 for Kentucky purchased by Leonard Jerome The Horseman Johu H Mason thinks that not over sixty per cent of ground intended fur tobacco in this county will be planted on account of scarcity of plants Many fields have been planted in corn Ad Â¬ ded to this deficiency may be placed loss from cut worms and other things which will reduce the crop considera- Â¬ bly Mr Mason thinks this years crop will equal that of S7 which was not more than half the amount raised Mt Sterling Sentiuel in 66 At the Kellogg sale of Jerseys in New York May 15th to 18th 2 cows 6oId for 500 600 5 cows sold to for 400 to 500 11 cows sold for from 500 400 26 cows sold 200 to 300 which leads tho Jersey Bulletin to remark To sum it all up there is always a market for a good Jersey and at a pay lug price The first requirement ofn Jersey cow is a good udder and teats She must show a capacity for dairy work A special from Augusta says About one third ot the tobacco crop for 1888 in this Bracken county has beeu set and a good stand Is rejiorted The crop will be above au average A small uumber of farmers failed ou their plants but more lucky neighbors can supply what they may need to set the proposed acreage Should a good season come this week tlie balance of the crop will be put out The cereals arc looking well and n good fruit crop U autlcpate Dpad men tell no tnies and dead men paint no pictures or woman eith- Â¬ Commonwealth of Kentucky 1 Office of Secretary of State J er as for that matter St Albans Mes- Â¬ I Geo M Adams Secretary of State senger for the Commonwealth aforesaid do If a young man feels that his life is a hereby certify that the foregoing writ Â¬ blank he should try to fill it out and ing has been carelully compared by me sworn to New Orleans Picay- Â¬ with the original 011 file in this office have it une whereof it purports to be a copy and that it is a true and exact copy of the The toboggan is clear out of the ring same and the public is now obliged to fall Iu testimony whereof I back on the orange and banana peel hereto sign my name Merchant Traveler and cause my Official be affixed Done at Frankfort Seal to A Chicago woduii has not spoken to thls20tb day of April A D 18S8 herhuiband for three years aud he Geo M Adams wants a divorce If that is not ingrati- Â¬ Secretary of State tude what is Norwich Bulletin By L Rinqo ESCORT kentuokyohiefjb The former a saddle horse and the latter a harness horse both unex- Â¬ celled for blood and breeding will make the season ol 1888 at the Fair Ground Stables at 20 and 15 to insure O II Chenault aprl82m Tho BUTEES GTJZDS II Issued March nnd Sept i each yoar It is sn ency- - John Mershon hos Thorpe is L rotts Pat Mcmahan Mike Buckley Tna t 11 Adair- - m W C French W P Adams S Parrish- Jno Greene Pat Mcmahan Dick Buckley Jno Moynihan It Bucklev DH Myers R A Barlow W H Miller Clerk F H Adair G W Evans Robert Baxte- rJno MltcheU R Bucklev Feener - Sired by Gov Sprague z2o4 1st dam by George Wilkes 2d dam Vandalia 5000 by son of Vandal 3d dam by son of 6 50 American Eclipse and so on back 30 16 thoroughbred 15 times 31 so 51 08 I had rather have filly colts by Vandal 15000 Wilkes to keep for breeding purposes 41 co 3 00 for my own use than from any stallion in 100 Co Kentucky because he can pace faster 760 68 70 than any stallion in Kentucky that will with him in high breeding xo Co compare 50 CO Will stand at 25 To Insure a Living XCO Co B H NEALE 10 so ColL 300 00 apr iS 2m 50 300 00 6 50 8 co 6 00 50 o 17 00 xco 00 Rates Fcmr Trip per Week Stween DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND St Icsaeo Cfeeboy irma Alpen HarrirrilLr OMCXtfi 3ad Beeh Port Huron St CUir OAklaod House Xjixla Cut Every Woek Day Between DETROIT AND Special CLEVELAND Sasdy Trips during July and Auput Our and Zxourtlon Tieketa will b turalaael Illustrated Pamphlets Sate EL by yourTiclcat Agent or addreaa Pass Agmt B WHITCOM8 DstroitGlsvelaod Stan GtKatigaiios MICH C DETROIT apr2v6tn 869 C C Jno Moynihan- A I Reed Assistant Secretary of State At which aforesaid election polls shall lie opened iu each Ward of the City ut the polling places hereinafter named between the hours of seven 7 oclock in the morning and six 6 oclock in the evening as follows 1st Ward at Piggs stable lot 2il Susan Mackeyp Sd Barlows old mill Court House 4th The following are appointed as offi- Â¬ cers of said election Judges Wm C Gorm 1st Ward ley M D Walnscott Clerk E T Bur- Â¬ nam Sheriff T E Arnold Judges C Hunley H 2d Ward C Hargis Bland Ballard Clerk Sherlfl Joe Bush 3d Ward Judges W B White David ONeal Clerk Isaac McCollum Sheriff R F Baxter 4th Ward Judges W H Smith 8r A J Meralion Clerk E B Wal lace Sheriff Dennis Mp Queeny Who shall be governed In all mat- Â¬ ters pertaining to said election as pro Â¬ vided in the City Charter of Richmond for City Elections as well as the re- Â¬ strictions and limitations of the afore- Â¬ said act And it is further ordered that this entire Order and Act be published iu The Climax and Kentucky Register Willis DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY of the Democratic County Committee held at the Madi Â¬ son National Bank on Tuesday eve ning May 15 1688 it was unanimous- Â¬ ly ordered that a Democratic primary election be held on Saturday June 0 1688 in Madison county for the pur pose or selecting a Democratic nomi Â¬ nee for Sherlfl at the August election 1688 and that a poll lie opened at each or the regular roting places in said county to receive aud record the votts cast AH legal voters who have heretofore acted with the Democratic party and all young meu who shall be entitled to cast their first vote at the August elec Â¬ tion 1888 and who pledge themselves to support the nominee of tlie Demo Â¬ cratic party will be entitled to vote In said primary The pills will be opened at 6 oclock a jr and remaiu open till 7 octnek C D Chenadlt iM Chairman D C C At a meeting Iclopedia of useful infor- r motion for cU who pur chase the luxurios or tho necessities of life We can clothe you and furnish you with nil the necessary and unnecessary appliances to ride walk dance sleep eat fish hunt work go to church or stay at home and in various eizos styles and quantities Just figure out what is required to do aU these things COMFORTABLY and you can raakoa fair estimate of tho voluo of tho BuxiSBS GUIDE which will be sent upon receipt cf 10 cents to pay postage CO MONTGOMERY WARD N B Deatherage I D Mitchell Lucy A Baxter Pope Peyton w n aims J H Powell A Moynihan John Mershon 20 CO 70 50 124 91 200 00 9 co WALLACE Z T RICE JE 44364 1 10 65 75 00 FHAdair H C Rice L P Sanders 25 SCO 50 CO 150 CO SO W 114 XCichlgan Avenuo Chicago TIL mch2i6m Co R Buckley Sam Biggerstaff loan feeney John Moynihan Pat Mcmahan Robt Baxte- rJ W Crawford Uwen McKee Ed Terrill Wm Huguely Fire Ex Co A I Reed K A Bartow Dick Buckle- y- eo - 40000 5000 3000 3 2 40 9 CO SEE OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF CO 6 00 10 jo 120 30 31 54 16 OO 300 CO 31 SS 9 co Spring1 Goods CONSISTING OF MENS ISDIES HISSES 7Soo Jno Green--Freig- ht- 42s 1 18000000 acres of the Mon Â¬ L O Schmidt tana Indian ltAMrvflfin A J Reed just opened for settlenent A Moynihan ID Feeney nnnr CSrpnt TaI1 vt n ton Assinnlbolnennd Olnmw pnnuiatin nf E Berry m1i A Ji vm iulucihi im Kvm uisincu grazing and H C Rice Adair farm lands of the very highest quality opportunities for malclug money here The Gas Co- are greiajri11 anywhere else In the United D Buckley 36 00 CO JHD CHILDREHS SHOES GO WEST 1 50 CO 5 8s 50 00 97 80 S 00 35 00 13 CO 50 CO toco 500 Bta Mr John L Logan keeps 30 line milkers aud at this time is milking 16 the others will be in milking con- Â¬ dition during the spring and summer He makes over 100 pounds of butter per week W A Logan baa 35 cows Excursion Bates A very complete list of tourist round rip rates and routes to western points for 1888 lias just been issued for free distribution by C H Warren Gen vAufarm r 106 acres 4i mlIes from on the Lancaster pike Pass Agent 8t P M AM Ky Bt Klcbrnoad Well Improved wllfa irood water Paul Minn msy3 6t terms Inquire of Joe Bush marl Wm John Moynihan Jobn Moynihan has revolutionized the E Berry world durlug the last JM Poynti naif centurv Not Imvut r conway -s among tho wonders A Moynihan Inventive progress Is a method and system of IJ J McQneeney of wuv um uc jreuunu ni workers oe seller couutry without separating the over tne no Mitchell from thlr homes Pay liberal nny one can no Keller either sex young or old no YST Buckley spcclnl ability required Capital notneeded John Moynihan you are started free Cat this out and return John Keller to us and we will send you free lohn Keller or great value nnd importance to something yon that will start you in business which will brlna John Feeney Co ord you in more money right away than any Â¬ WillisEaton Bitign thing else in the world Grand outnt free Add ess True u Augusta Maine Total Disbursements nov 30 Iv Agent St P A I Reed C 5 Coley E Berry M M Ry St Paul Minn ias o- - 20440 12 OO OO CO 31 IO ivxi 35 20 so la 00 6 00 35 00 3S 30 3 co 4 So 4S CO 34 00 ICO CO 5a loco 89S 448 WALKER JS 35 96 Real Estate For Sale RECAPITULATION Receipts DUbursemeats Balance Correct Attest M938 HA S rr tt W G WHiTEeTk JSTONE Treasure We ha Ye on hand the most complete line of Footwear Finishing Goods and Hats in Central Kentucy We have taken special pains in selecting this stock to get the most Stylish Durable and Comfortable Shoes in the market Bear in mind that we handle the best brands such s J N Cloys Zeigler Bros N Hess Bro and other excellent brands that are first clag and warranted Anything we have in winter goods will be sold t greatly reduced prices WALLACE B0 mch2iiy B1 -t- f tjtfPP111 tS w 4 y r n J 5T5EWW5SWpyrwTO5J Freak of Lightning PERSONAL LlglitniPK track an oak tree in Mr X B Ten ills woodsk near the Fair iSS fe Mw Fallback of VcrtilllcH is VIsitilig WEDNESDAY JUNE 6 Ground The top of the tree for the Mtecs Henrj- thirty fort down was not Injured but MUs Brier of California is Visiting Are you for oragntitsttlieclty bonds from that jwint to the ground the tree was torn into thousands of pieces tlrs D r It Li BreEk Primary election for Countable of leaving a Mump twenty foet high Mr John G Cole and wife of Clay lUclinioiid precinct Saturday but split open into the ground The Citr are in Richmond Billy Devtire Jr U baggage sgen t top t imply dropped down by the The Misses Humphrey of LottitVille Ride of the Mump and now stands at the Depot eucceeds Mr Joe Carr are visiting the Misses Barbour there Mr Terrlll says he has litid n The sir berry mpper on the Hill five wagon loads or fragments hauled The Misses McDowell of Fayeltt are Thursday night realized about 40 away visiting Mr J Ev Siectlleaf THE CLIMAX MATRIMONIAL Mr Arch Ddty and Mise Llizfe Frani kis were married drt Thursday eyening May 3fst lSSS at liie residence -- of tfic brides mother Mrs J W Francis near Kingston Madison county Ky Rev E Forman D D officiating BnCorinp1 sf rom AsthnUL Obfl CougliSf efe Did joxt trvflfUf AQers English RemSdyt It is tills besi tJfWaratlon known for all Lung Troubles kM bn A positive guarantee at 10c 60c Sold by W G Whitei Prescription caption thSusanda BOUND TO GO OE SHACKELFORD 7 GENTRY CO r Tf iTsnvrftTxrTj BLESjSTTTJOBLT Â¬ iJruggfst Judje out the whiob Mr Crow bought docket of the Common Pleas Court The for 3000 beleuged to Mr Win Ar- Â¬ with the t pbjoined jury list Joe Gentry Brutus White J B Parkes W nold H Bennett R L Gentry T J Curtis n As e go te pre- - people are gather- Â¬ B F Pattou Isaac Forbes J B But ing at the Cvurt heuse to hear Sam ner Win Fitzpatriek S L Huguely Jerre Broaddus T S Burnara H H Jones Colyer W W Baxter Wm Green Day P M Tope On CoHHty Court Wm McCord Wm Thomas C C old eight DeeiBg All Steel Harvest- Clirismau I N Scudder J WEmbry Ill Machines RobL Duerson Clifton Burgin Hiram Mr S A Deatherage found his lost Jett L E Francis H C Broaddus R horse noticed in last weeks Climax P Fox W O Chenault B C Hack ett It was in Garrard wwnty Immimj Mr W R Letohera horse Longa lile woo at Latiiiu Thursday Common rlaas Court Scott is rapidly wiping Mr Thomas- - ChcriadltrBlackwell of Lees Summit Mo nlormerlyof Rich Â¬ mond Ky and Miss S Mdrgan Black--we- ll of Lebanon Ky were married on IhtS 22d of May file bride Juts visited and is a cousin cf Mrs Dr T J Taylor Miss Mary Snodgrass of Virginia is of Richmond and is a cousin of the visiting Mrs Prof Willson groom Miss Mabel and Miss Ethel Terrill are visiting relatives in Winchester Â¬ THIN COLUMN Mr Downards is a merchant at Marengo Iowa Thats the way Wards dllcks went wasnt it r A stranger asked us a day or two ago if it was the intention of the proposed rail- Â¬ road to run up to Breat hitt county Ma what you got them old drakes here for any how They cat more corn than a pig and they aint laid narry egg yit Mrs E Field Miller of Mississippi visiting friends and relatives here is Miss Annie Bridgetbrth of ML Ster Â¬ ling is Visiting Miss Annin Chenault Miss Myrtice French of Union City has returned from school at Cynthiana Miss Callie Chenault and Miss Lila Chenault have retured from Mt Sterling Miss Bettie Moore and Miss Lucie White spent SunJay with Miss Bolton of Lancaster Mrs Dr Ashbaugh of Chattanooga is vUfting her parents Mr and Mrs Alexander Cornclison Â¬ The surveying crops fur the new raHroad will be in the county within tbe next lew days so we hear Mr Ann Decker wa found dead in tbe road in Rockcastle county Mon Â¬ day fehot through the iiead Your Byes Mr S A Deatherage sold on Mon Â¬ day to Mescrs It P Fox Son an excellent pair of horses tor 375 Mr Jesse L Smitii offers the Geu TiibUe farm of 108 acres two miles from town on the Irvine pike for Hale Mrs Dr Blautou will entertain on Monday evening in honor of the Alumni Association ef the University Mr Joe Carr has succeeded Mr Thompson as book keeper at tbe K C depot tli if place and will make a good one Dr G Goldstein the well known optician is here at the Garuett House He hus made several visits to Richmond heretofore and gives satis faction He hus practiced ids pro Â¬ fession for years aud hus the reputa Â¬ tion of being one of the best in the State The glasses lie uses are the liest They give a clear sight aud are healthy for the eyes The doctor relieve- the eyes ot painful sensations which nre caused frm abnormal re fractiou or a complication of weakness of the optic nerve and muscle and brings them again to a healthy state Parlies suffering with neuralgia of the eyes and head would do well to call and sec him Â¬ The Texas Siftings once said that the climate of that State was such that the State had no more spring than an oxcart and the tame can be said of Kentucky the present ear Anions the Northern Lakes of Wisconsin Minnesota and Dakota tire hundreds of de- Â¬ lightful places where otle can pass the summer months In julei rest and en- joymeut and return home at the end of the heated term completely rejuven- Â¬ ated Each recurring season brings to Oconomowoc Beaver Waukesha Dam Frontenac Okoboji Hotel St Louis Lake Minuelonka White Bear Excelsior Springs aud innumerable other cnarming localities with ro- Â¬ mantic names thousands of our best people whose winter homes are oh either side of Mason aud Dixons line Elegance and comfort at a moderate cost can be readily obtained A list of summer homes with all necessary in- Â¬ formation pertaining thereto is being distributed by Hie Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway aud will be sent free upon application by letter to A V H Carpenter General Passenger Agent Milwaukee Wis may2 2m Iowa-Missou- Iron and LARGEST STOCK The Largest Hardware EurnishingAgriculand tural Stove House Tinware House in Richmond CLOTHING Hats and Furnishing Goods IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF 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 Wc keep constantly oil hpd a large slock of BUILDERS HARDWARE of all kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE- Â¬ RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all goods in other lines that we Special attention given to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts dsc for Tobacco handle Barns We are the agents for the moat celebrated 1 ft rvv 0f tuo good things of this We can not give you a in Kichmond 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 fcw that we keep and are agents for give you more and better The Walter A Woods Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers fch 1 i Mrs Brutus J Clay and children will sail for Europe next week and will spend the summer in Bnglandi Mr J lli McDowell has returned from an extensive tour embracing Memphis St Louis and other points Mr Jesse Smith returned from Califor- Â¬ nia last week after an absence of several years His stay here is only temporary Mrs Dcjarnelte and daughter Miss Emma of Madison tisited Mrs Jas II Haggard lust week Winchester Sun Mrs Wm Arnold visited Science Hill Academy at Shelbyvillc during the com- Â¬ mencement and her daughter Miss Bettie returned with her As the Distillers Association at Louis alone on account of Dyspepsia Ackers ville last week decided on making only Dyspepsia Tablets will cure Dyspepsia Iadigestion and Constipation sold on a It Ufa crop of whisky Uic coming season positive fruaranteo kt 23 and 60 cents by we hope rlo dne will hereafter undertake W G White Prescription Druggist togetmQrelhari half drunk Thomas Carey was on last Thursday sentenced to fifty years in the Illinois peni- Â¬ tentiary for killing a Chinaman in Chicago The fellow wont car ey on any more devilment for half a century X1 Clothingi Hats Furnishing Goods con- Â¬ Small in Boy an- d- I clum a treclhis morn pepsia They are a positive cure for Dyspepsia In-Â¬ digestion Flatulency and Constipation Wo guarantee them 25 and 60 cents W G White Prescription Druggist Half Fare Excursions The C I St L O Ry Kankakee Line will sell round trip tickets to many points in Minnesota Dakota Nebraska Kansas Arkauasj Texas and New Mexico at One Fare for the Round Trip Excursion dates for tbe West North west aud South west are March 20th April 3 nnd 24th May 3 and 22nd June 5 and 19th 1SSS Tickets will be good lor return thirty days except to Texas and Arkansas which will be good sixty days For full information please apply person Â¬ ally to nearest agent C I St L C Ry J C Tucker G W P A 121 Ran Â¬ dolph St Chicago III C 8 LaFoIIette W P A LaFay 3 by Dys jfV and are preventedTablets use Ackers Dyspepsia would enjoy your dinner than you ever got before for same money Owing to backward spring we have cluded to Central University Baccalaureate sermon Sunday morn- Â¬ Willis are the only tner ing 11 oclock at College chap Â¬ StocKtou el by Rev Dr Keady of Cynthi cliHRts in Richmond who have a car sermon before the Y t on the floor They nre otherwise aira MCA Sunday uluh at 8 oclock uicely fixed uj Firt Presbyterian Church by Rev Dr Mr Jiks Boggs Jr found at an In Â¬ Bachmau Chattanooguf address be dian moHml on his fotherV farm a fore tue Literary societies Monday eilver Hptnish ooin dated 1723 Did night by Hon A E Richards of Lou the IndiHH own it iivilie meeting of Board of Curators The drama of Ten Nights In a Ilar Tuesday morning at 9 oclock at office of Chancellor cluts day exercises at Room Kins presented in a creditable mxiiiierby hicai cohired talent Ht Rices 10 oclock annual address before the Alumni Association by Mr J A Sul- Â¬ Hall Monday nilit livan at 4 P M Tuesday Tuesday The Tom Embry fiom this county night annual contest for best speakers Commencement Wednesday who married the Georgia electric medal woman tit Memphis two weoss ago Real Estate Transfers was a son of the late Tom Embry the T B Tudor to Allen Tudor 4 acres race horse man Â¬ Mr Hehry Wallace returned on last Old Lady WHals the mailer with Wednesday from the Levee Montgomery the baby r1 county at which point he has taught Mother Gave it too much para school the past four months goric Editor Browne of the Cynthiana Democrat was here on Sunday He is perhaps the youngest editor and business manager in the State and gsts out a good paper Mr N B Deatherage was at the great sale of lots on Lookout Mountain near Chattanooga last week but says that the prices were as for above the clouds as the lots arc and did not invest Â¬ You did what I cluiri Teacher Did what Small Boy I clam Teacher No 3 ou didnt SmalL Bov Teacher CDI DOWS OUR STOCK which is larger than ever and in order to do so we will almost sell them at Why law me what made you give it a pair of goric why one would a bin thousans and thousans Old Lady The Buckeye Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers The Celebrated Oliver Chilled Plows over 1330 ef tneai having bee sW by as They have no equal None better Meikel Steel Plows and DoWe Snovek H Halfs Steel Hill Side and Taming Ptews James The Celebrated Browns Walking and Riding CnMvators The Celebrated Big Injun Snlky Plow only ha to be teen to know that k is the best in the market The Keystone Disk lianow that is pronounced the best m tts The Only ReKaWe Corn Planter Vandiver Rotary Ask all who have asad them At least 100 of them in ase m the eoanty Have The Evans Corn Drill the only one that has prowd a perfect saccaas sokl them for years The Celebrated Bell City Keed Cntterboth for power and hand None Banal to it Also a full line of other kinds of Peed CuMem The Celebrated OH Hickory Farm Wagon We have also taken the agency for the Croker KertNfoer and C luminal Ces Fer- Â¬ tilizer that is pronounced the best in the United States Try k on corn tobacco potatoes and wheat in fact anything that grows Hst of alt Fanning Implements that we sell and who bays them and any one that wants to satisfy himself a regards saUenction that thay give can a BSWe keep a The Lexington panties having failed to furnish the 259W0 brfok on time fur Mr ForiRans lMsf Mr Sain Rice undertook thejoband rolled them out on short notice nine from Loul ville will play acaiitsl a Riehmond nine with four professionals on the THe day Wednesday and camim A TimrMlHi iff ilex week ing an excellent election Saturday Wete- - Mr T R Ayres is announced in this iHMieof The Climax as a candidate fur CHiabe He is citable of mak Â¬ officer Primary Jiinc9h The city officers elected cm Saturday Mayor J S Odlins Counail Mr James II Boggs and wife have returned from Texas and are perfectly de- Â¬ lighted with the country the towns cities people and every thing they saw They will probably remove thither SI 35 Rev Dr Scott and wife of the Presby- Â¬ Wm F Jones to W S Jone 23 terian Church Galveston Texas are visit- Â¬ acre- - 51 CO ing their sister in law Mrs Prof Wm Charles lark to H B Robinson Willon They will proceed to Europe 70 acres S160 wlicre they mean to spend the summer Wm K Denny to M F Arbuckle Rev C J Wingate of Owensboro the 119 acre- - SSS00 Lewis Masters to J M Cotton 13 new Rector of the Episcopal church ar- Â¬ rived last wctk and with his wife and acre StoO Hurry D Maupiu to Frank W four children are stopping at the Willis House He preached his initial sermon Maupin 16 acre 380 Monroe Lackey t G B Todd town Sunday night and delighted his charge lot Waco 1G50 Dr R E L Barlow is President and Monroe Lackey to G B Todd town Dr J L Harris valedictorian of the lot Waco S50 graduating class of die Louisville College C M Raw Hugs to Maggie Rawllngs of Dental Surgery the Commencement c town lot Berea 300 of which will occur Wednesday evening June 9th This Js a whole lot for Rich- Â¬ Estill Springs men 4ih 11 Shu Rice ard l t u nrd J J Brwik i 2nd want J 8rd ward W RSmith W Caperton City Judge C Riee Mr W H TimnipMHi the excellent Itouk keeper at the freight depot this place left for Falmouth lul week where he has taken charge of the K V office His family will follow next week Garritt Ahead Last week Tub Climax announced that a woman with eleven children had sued for a divorce in Louisville We are t4d that a woman in Garrard county with fourteen living children ami seven gram children has sued for a divorce Court Day Z Bushauotionerreporlsseventy live hi ad of cattle on the market aliont one half of tiiem disponed of at 2fa 3 cents per lb 167 head of cheep S- 5 r head 1 pair of good 16 hand 3 inch mules sold jor 875 Plug horse trade dull Fair crowd Dull day Elliott Institute The commencement or Elliott In- Â¬ stitute will occur to morrow evening beginuiug at 7 oclock Addn ss by Rev G Bersot ol Simpsonville An entertainment by the music class aud primary department will follow to be concluded with a strawberry supper A large attendance Is expected School Trustees The election for public school trus- Â¬ tees for Richmond on last Saturday resulted in the selection of Messrs Ed Rowland George W Pickeis and John Taylor Mr Taylor receiving the highest number of votes will serve three years Mr Pickets getting the next highest will serve two years and Mr Rowland one year This long known and reputable watering resort U now being lliorough- ly repaired aud refuted within aud without aud furnished in modern tile with entirely new furniture aud appointments Will be open for visitors June 15tli 1S8S Special pas Â¬ senger rates will be made from Cincin Â¬ nati Louisville Lexington and be tween points by rail to Richmond and thence by easy stage 20 miles over well graded road to the Springs The house keeping will be in charge of mi accomplished hostess ami BIue graM housewife Mrs W L Davis of Bourbon county who will have in employ several noted family cooks from the same county Means for heathful providrecreation ed A bowling alley billiard room nice boats on tiie Kentucky River thai skirls the property a long clear sheet of water with smooth clean sbDily bed for swimming Several road s for driving ami inott delightful shady woods and hills to ramble In Bath rooms on the premises With neat new clean beds aud linen furniture of good class tasteful parlors dining room 2Sx7i fopt newly fitted and furnished and Mrs Davis to make everylxaly satisfied with her surpiis iug cuisine anil gentle manners the proprietors expect to make Estill Springs the most delightful as it is the most healthful resort in the Mississippi Daily mall Stage meets all valley dally trains Livery furnished at reasonable rates Board by tbe day 12 50 2 50 board by the week board by the 4 weeks 4000 For fur- Â¬ ther particulars address Estill Springs Company Irvine Ky Â¬ Â¬ mond Grand Master A J Reed has made the following appointments for official visita- Â¬ tion to I O O F Lodges New Castle June 16 14 BedfordJune 15 Sulphur June Something has grabbed Bruce Champ of late and grabbed him bad In his Thursdays issue of the Paris News he announced that Gen Phil Sheridan was dead In reporting the Lexington Democratic Convention he named only ette Ind two delegates from the State at large J H Martin D P A 8 E Cor and neither of them was one of the four Washington and Meridian Sts Indian- Â¬ really elected apolis Ind A little girl was asked to take a newspa- Â¬ John Egan Gen Passr Tkt per to the post oflice Yes but its got Agent CinciucinuatI O a 2 cent stamp on it she observed and 21 mar 3m a one cent stamp is what it should have AM AG ENT She was told that no one cent stamp was JpTOT JO N ESnW I FOR THE convenient and a 2 cent stamp would Hi EA8rEST carry it Yes but the 2 cent stamp will In - truss WEARING carry it by the place where you want it to TRUSS on Earth stop she earnestly exclaimed Call and see it Going West W G White The general interest that has been Prescriptlou Druggist taken in the opeuiug of the Montana 2d St near Garnett House mar28tf Indian Reservations is shown by the W H Kelley will build you a good large numbers of people who have already gone to Greal Falls to investi- Â¬ house cheaper than any man iu town mar7 tf gate the mineral and agricultural re sources of excursion rate announced by Fatrouize J J Brooks the druggist C H Warren Gen Pass Anent of the St Paul Minneapolis Manitoba I have a remedy guaranteed to cure Railway makes the expense of explor- Â¬ ing his country merely nominal and Chicken Cholera nnd other diseases will undoubtedly result in a still larger among fowls I will refund the money in every case where Mm remedy falls may 3 3t number following W G White Pres criptimi Druggist A Case of Deafness Cured inar2Stf 2d St near Garuett House Office ask parties using them Your Own Price COME AND SEE THE HE ARE DETERMINED TO KEEP GOODS FOR ILL tieh Selle LARGEST STOCK FINEST GOODS NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES ever named for same quality of goods at the oldest Clothing House in Kichmond The Housekeeper can And all she wants for kitchen or dairy The Fanner can find all he wants under oar roof Machinery Tmce chaiaa c Haines Hay forks Shovels The Carpenter and Builder can fmd all he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can Sad the only complete stock of Ion Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the totra Wc of course cant enumerate all the goods we handle bat ask aM to eome and They wW see for themselves the stock of goods we keep m our 127 foot store hoase find THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS We ako run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only employ the Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic haancH will most competent workmen give special attention to all work done m that line ROOFING GUTTERING RE- Â¬ PAIRING C as He has done in the pest Our long experience in our business enables us to be welt up m 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 customer Ion est prices and the best goods at the old reliable house of J may2 tf B STOUFEEE Fikst Street SHACKELFORD GENTRY mcli2i tf CO- - Hodgensviiic June iS Woodonville June o Bowling Green June 21 Glasgow June 52 and Franklin June 23 Miss Jennie Faulkner Miss Lizzie Walker and Miss Eliza Lusk all of whom have se cral times visited in Richmond were prominent in the dramatis persona of the cantata of David the Shepherd Boy at Lancaster Tuesday evening of last week and the News speaks in praise of them RELIGIOUS The ladies of the Win Chester Baptist church cleared 80 on a Court day din- Â¬ ner Services hereafter every Sunday morn- Â¬ ing and evening at the Episcopal church Rev C J Wingate Rector A card from Rev R R Noel which came too late for publication last week announced that lis would preach at King- Â¬ ston the 2nd Viney Fork 3rd Bybee town 3rd Providence Estill county 4th Rev Green Clay Smith begins his pas- Â¬ toral work with the Baptist church in this city next Sunday We congratulate the church and this city and extend to the distinguished gentleman a hearty welcome Mt Sterling Sentinel Democrat The missionary work of the world now one hundred societies fifty American and fifty European which re- Â¬ ports an income of 9753850 of which 4450 613 came from America 5303237 from Europe The total Protestant mis Â¬ sionary work ot the world has 2755 or- Â¬ dained missionaries 2162 women 2243 ordained native helpers and 6445S4 com- Â¬ municants in churches includes 31 F I Commencement The Christian church was crowded Sunday morninc the occasion being the baccalaureate sermon of Madison Female Institute Presldeut William son made the announcement aud Rev Mr Williams of the Baptist church li ad in rtraver President Locau of Bi Increase rCentral University read the 19th Six years ago Mr H L TKid was in Texas and swapped two ponies to Pnlm and Rev Dr Forman of the a section of laud 640 acres and gave Presbyterian church offered prayer were Interspersed with T100 to IkjoL On Monday he received These exercises music by tlie choir composed of Miss a letter offering him S10 per ncre for it Moberley Mrs He will leave for Texas within the Campbell Mrs T S A R Burnam Mrs G W Piokels next few dayn as his agent advised Mr F H Adair Mr W L Arnold him to hold for a higher figure Miss Minnie Col T S Moberley Smith presided at the organ KirksviIIe Fair Prof Hagerman oi the Institute The time for holding the KirksviIIe Pair has been changed aud it will preached the baccalaureate sermon from the 9th chapter of Acls Ctb occur this year on Friday aud Satur day July 27th and 28th Horses and verse old version Rev Dr Scott of mules but no cattle rtieep and hogs the Presbyterian church Galveston will be shown Particulars as to ladies lexiu pronounced the beuedieliou was The exhibition of the art class work c will be given further along The usual will be held in the chapel ou Monday and big dinners spread both days A liberal list of attracted great numbers of people A complete list of the plotures is present premiums will be given ed on the fourth page of Tub Climax Berea College this issue Tuesday the commencement occur The commencemedt of Berea Col Â¬ lege will lake place on Wednesday ed In the Christian churcli the seating June 30th and the usual five or six capacity of wijch was greatly taxed thousand will be present The pro Â¬ RevJZ Tyler of Central Christian gramme is as follows Friday June church Cincinnati delivered the ad 15tli 7 30 p m anniversary of Liter Â¬ dress to the graduates aud President ary Societies Sunday June 17th Williamson delivered the diplomas Baccalaureate Sermon II AM Pres A quartette of voices Miss Camp E H Fairohlld Monday June 18th hell Miss Kyle Mr Adair aud Mr address before tbe Y M C A Prof Flora made the music H A Ford Detrwk Midi Tuesday After the oomraeucement exercises Juue ISth address before the Literary an open air reception was given on Societies Bishop C C Penulck LouisÂ¬ the Institute grounds ville Wednesday June 20th Com The graduates were four Miss mencement Day Forenoon exercises Minna Crutcher and Miss Lizzie Tur begin at 930 a ar Principal address ley of Richmond Miss Nannie BurÂ¬ Miss Stella hi the fternoon by Geo P Hays gess of Mason county D D Cincinnati Campbell of Mississippi Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In his address last week at Philadelphia President Cleveland said I am here to greet the delegates of two general Assem Â¬ blies of the Presbyterian church One is called Northland the other South The subject is too deep and intricate for me but I cannot help wondering why this should be These words so far as they denote separation and estrangement should be obsolete In the councils of the nation and in the business of the country they no longer mean reproach and antag- Â¬ Even the soldiers who fought for onism the North and or the South are restored to fraternity and unity This fraternity and unity is taught and enjoyed by our churches When shall she herself be united with all the added strength and usefulness that harmony and union in- Â¬ sure sale Notion House Toledo Dec 11 1879 J Co Toledo O F J Cheney Dear Sirs About three months ago noticing a letter addressed to you in the Bee from Gen Sleviu iu reference to the cure of his sou by the use of Halls Catarrh Cure we were induced to commence the use of it for our daughter Nellie now fourteen years old who has been suffering from ca- Â¬ tarrh for about eight years during which time she has been treated by one of the best physicians in the city We have also tried lite use of almost nil the knowu remedies for catarrh with no more success than temporary relief Many nights we have laid awake to hold her mouth open to keep her from strangling Her hearing had also be- Â¬ come aflected We were afraid that she would never recover We have now used six bottles of Halls Ca TAitHH Cuke and we believe Nellie to be entirely cured In a few days after commencing the use of it we uotlced a decided change for the better aud from that right along she has improved until now she breathes as easily as any one She sleeps well and her hearing Is perfectly good We feel that the disease is entirely removed We wrile this unsolicited letter feeling that it is due you and with the hope that others may be benefitted in like manner We cati hardly realize that such a change could be aflected in so short a lime after battling with the disease so long We are still using the remedy at inter- Â¬ vals as It seems to build up her system Yoi are at liberty to use this In any manner you see proper We are yours truly MIL and MRS 8- - BALDWIN 220 Franklin Avenue -SoId by J J Brooks 75c olShuw Baldwins Whole- - Donelsou uses Mic best material etc Mint the market nfIordstand the best work- Â¬ men Ho puts up none but the best work Buggies carriages to order Call on him crog3p made apr4 tf Pains or tt cxVA that areorfretful peevis a sjvvqwias tronbled wita Windy Colic Stomach Disorders can be relieved at once by using Ackers Baby Soother It contains no Opium or Morphine hence is safe Price 25 cents Sold by W G White Prescription Druggist Teething Want an Elegant Suit A full line of Glass and Chinaware al Â¬ ways to be found at W M Blounts First apres tf Street Ice I am prepared to deliver ice to any part of the city regularly or on short Will make contracts for supply- Â¬ notice ing families offices business houses shops and other places Orders left a Dykess grocery on Second streeet will receive prompt attention 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 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 oeer 17 aprn tf J E Dykes At the Greet Front you can save mouey and get the prettiest Hat or aprll tf Bonnet in town Best uncanvassed Sugar Cured Hams and Breakfast Bacon cant be beat at W M Blounts First Street aprJ5 tf m s icon attees- tMcao IDO 1TGTT VsT-A-IsT- T If you want a nice buggy phaeton or carriage barouche rockaway apr4 t coupe go to John Donelson Give W M Blount First Street a trial order you will find he keeps the best at apr35 tf the lowest prices you want pure drugs and the best You brands of tobaccos and cigars can find them at J J Brooks June2J tf aa io An Elegant Summer Goat and Vest Or a Pair of Handsome Odd Pants made to order or ready made Do you want something ELEGANT DUE ABLE and SEASONABLE in Donelsou will makeyou as good a buggy or carriage ns can be bought Road horses trotters nnd runners any where In America apr4 tf shod in any manner desired I have just received an extra lot of four year Uo West old second growth timber for repairing No portion of the United Slates to- Â¬ all kinds ofwagous All work guar Â¬ day offers ns many opportunities for anteed at the very lowest prices feiiop making money as can le fouud at back of Rrooks8 drug store Great Falls Montana and on the Respectfully reservation just opened lu business 8febly 8 L M1DKIFF mining stock raising or farming Rates maps and particulars will be o Blood Elixir is the only furnished by C H Warren Gen M Ry St teed It is a ltivo core tor Ulcers Jirnp- - Pass Agent St P ftl cw niay23 it tiocs or Syphilitic Poisoning ItporiSestho Paul Mlnu whole system and banishes all Rheumatic Rev L G Barbour D D has return- Â¬ and Neuralgic pains We guarantee it ANNOUNCEMENTS ed from Philadelphia in which city the Bold by W G White Prescription Druggist two branches of the Presbyterian church FOB SHERIFF assembled Dr Barbour does not see any We are authorized to announce J Try Japan Tea at W M Blounts he prospect of immediate re umon of the makes a speciality of fine Teas W BALES n candidate for Sheriff of Madknu County subject to the aciiou Northern and Southern branches In apr25 tf mar7 tdc of the Democratic party fact he does not believe it to be for the Fresh Vegetables always to be iound at FOR CONSTABLE good of the churches that they should There are questions affecting the W M Blounts First Street apras tf We are authorized to announce T unite B AYRES a candidate for constable Southern church that do not reach the MINNESOTA FLOUR of Richmond Precinct subject to the Northern church yet were they united Â¬ Made from the celebrated Minnesota action of the Democratic party Pri Northern church would have a large the mary election Saturdny June 9th voting majority and impose certain con- Â¬ hard wheat Best in the world Give it 18SS It ditions on the Southern church which the a trial W M Blount is agent for Richapr25 tf Northern church would not like imposed mond upon it were the positions of the two We may have to guess at the dis Â¬ Remaining unclaimed in the Pot bodies exchanged Dr Barbour was de- Â¬ tance to Richmond Ky week ending the sun and moou but we Offlce 6nt 1888 lighted with the cordial reception tender- Â¬ June koow beyond a doubt that Gauters Azbell Fannie Jackson L D ed the delegate by the people of Phila chicken cholera cure will cure that Cobb Charlie Long James and had the pleasure of meeting delphia deadly disease It is warranted Glinch Jacob most StappJS and shaking hands with the President and by Stockton White Henry Willis It Humphcy C M He could not refrain Mrs Cleveland Post Office hmn from 8 a m to 7 p from imparting a sort of Davy Crockett A 111 Kit has just received a handsome M Money order anil registered letter advice to Mr Cleveland ashegraeped assortment of gold head silk Umbrellas hours prompt 7 a m to 6 p m bis hand Youre right go ahead Sl 1 that he Is rflerlug cheap J B WILLIS P M -- may 23 lm GENMS FURNISHING GOODS Do you want anything ccc 0 Do you want the most DELIGHTFUL UNDERWEAR from a WELL REGULATED Â¬ DO YOU WANT AN EXQUISITE STRAW HAT DO YOU WANT ANY OTHER KIND OF A HAT anyhow j Sir XESTTESRS Â¬ 8If you do CALL AND SEE US If you do not call and see us jdflflafcfe Respectfully VSttL 1 COVINGTON MITCHELL lwr MSSSm i9aHsSI -- milium mjHpyy ITHpraii rMHHKtr Ji A h Miss KATIE PAYNE Of pictures by art class of Madison 149 California Oil -- In Oil Female IastHutc during session 18S7 8 150 Panstes Miss CARRIE ANDERSON Miss EVA PHELPS In Ou t Deers Head In Crayon 15L Summer 3 Dags Head In Oil In Crayon 152 Autumn In Oil In Crayon 153 California Sunset 3 MiwHtatiim - In Oil In Pastel 154 Plaque Birds4 Portrait -- In Oil In Pastel 155 Plaque Cubia 5 Ready for the Opera The new Dry Goods and Merchant Tailoring firm of Crooke 6 Rose Pastel Miss MINNIE WAGERS Urmston invite the public to inspect their Bennett In Pastel 156 The Old Mill 7 Our Pet In Crayon 8 Portrait In Crayon -In Oil 157 On the Lyn Miss BERTIE ARMSTRONG In Oil 158 Lake George q Panel Rees In Oil In Oil 159 Marine View In Oil In OH 160 Near Burnham 10 Panel Iris OH 161 Skargerdal Foss 11 The Jersey In Crayon 12 The MM In OH which was carefully selected in the eastern markets by an Decoration Day In OH 13 BhswSorip experienced buyer Tlie years that have elapsed since tbe In OH 14 Screen In OH oloseof the war have served to obliterate 15 Plsye Lilies 16 Ptaqe Landscape In Oil nil sectional feeling and a uultetl and In Crayon prosperous nation joins in keeping 17 The Wreck greeu the graves of all its beloved Miss MAMIE BALDWIN dead It is iu this cpirit that tbe pub Â¬ 18 Romeo ami Juliet In OH lisher of tbe New York Family Story In OH 19 Reaper Paper has bad written a thrilling and jo Moowligiit Scene In Oil pathetic romance peculiarly appropri J The attention of the ladies is especially called to our superior 21 Auiiimn Scene In OH ate lo this national holiday entitled 22 Pmmc Liues Oil In most fashionable Fabrics to be Faithful Leonore or His Grave Kept line of Dress Goods embracing the In Oil 23 Plasjnc Roses Green In tbe same paper will also be had in New York In Oil 24 Ptanne Rose Bnd- found a weekly installment of tbe Life In OH 25 Plnsne AzaKas as a Showman of PT 26 Shepherd Boy In Pastel and Adventures Baruum written by himself and Miss LENA BALDWIN equally Interesting to young folks as Fellow Bearders In Crayon well as beads ot families These are rare 27 c c 38 Deers Head In Crayon literary treats and those of our readers Tambourine Gid In Crayon who are not already enjoying tbem will 29 In Crayon do well to obtain No 766 of tbe New 30 Stanly Head In Crayon York Family Story Paper of their news 31 Portrait dealer or send direct to the puplisber Master WOOD BALLARD Hay ne FaHs In Crayon Muuros Publishing House Nos 24 and 32 In Crayon 26 Vandewater Street New York and 33 Skagerdal Fees Dogs Head In Crayon receive the paper four months for one We have in Laces Ribbons Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Gloves and 34 dollar postage free It Miss FANNIE BARKER Farasols all that can be desired 35 Evening at the Lew er Rhine In OH CATALOGUE SunsetIn BIS m ur VaH WHIT - Professional Cards DR A WILKES SMITH 9 Peata1 PRACTICr- - LlMITXD TO BLUE GRASS ROUTE DENTISTRY nmcn cpi 1 1 Shortest and Quickest llouio FKOJt TO AIO POINTS THE TWO STALLICKS w BdIn The ClotHier AT McKEES OLD STAND OFFICE Smith Building Main Street Office hours 900 to 1200 M 100 to june22 tf M 400 W MOIT STANDARD iFrlTi iji CENTRAL KENTUCKY North J C MORGAN June 22 DDS BLUCHER East West and Southwest MetberIn Extensive Spring Stsek fSTOFFICE Main street over Modi son National Bank Richmond Ky past Xiiasrs BETWEEN tf 1J0HN WILKES No 6 ExJ Jen pra pra pra pra pra pra pra pm pra 840 pra Gor First and Mam Streets Richmond Ky DR J M POYNTZ BORGEON AND PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street next to Lexington and Cincinnati Sehednle in Effect May 20 188S SOUTn BOUND Lvc Covington Lve Kalmonth Lve Cynthlana Arr larls Arr Lexington Lve iarls Arr Winchester Arr Richmond Arr Lancaster Arr Stanford Lve Richmon- dArr Berea Ex Sun 830 1003 xi05 1140 1230 j 150 Whites Drug Store June22tf No2 DRY GOODS CLOTHING HATS CAPS FURN1SH1HG GOODS TRUHKS G W EVANS M D No 4 Dally 9 AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Becond street june22tf DRS TAYLOR ASHE Practitioners in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetover Dykea june22t Grocery Store am 5 pra KOO ara 93 pra ara 104 Pm 430 amj KK50 pra pra hjo pra ara locjS pra X3 3S p ra 112s p ran pra 710 fc8 cio pm ocoo pra 3 05 pra pra 3 S- Arr LivJngNton - P- - Choice Silks Henriettas Serges De Boges Cashmeres Lace Flounces of all kinds QEHTS USES DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luxons Residence at Willis House June 22 tf Up Stairs NORTH BOUND Lve Livingston Lve Berea Arr Richmond J Lve Stanford Lve Lancaster Arr Richmond- Lve Richmon- dArr Winchester No 3 Nol No 5 Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuflfe 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 1025 a ra 800 ara 525 ara Q White Goods in great quantity Oilers his professional services to the public Office in drug store on lower Main jdy27 ly Street Richmond Ky DR PHIL ROBERTS 1145 am 720 am 810 ara xioo ara 130 p m 25 pra 3 SP 300 pra 340 pra 406 pra S45i 50 am 650 ara 7 40 a ral Arr Pans Lve Lve Lve Lve Paris Cynthlana Kalmonth Lexington DR U C AMBROSE FORD Office hours 2 to 4 Arr Covington 15 300 pra 350 pm 90 ara 430 pm 525 pm 1003 a 45 P 6coo pra 1135 a 650 pm ra 835 an JUt 37 f C t In OH In Oil Sqnatters on tbe Ground Awaiting the 3S Fams Opening of an Indian Reservation In Oil 39 Tile Snow Scene ec In Oil 40 Panel Pappi Great Faixs Mont News of tbe In OH 41 Faael Pelargoniums OH opening of the Black Feet Reservation Snow Scene In With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the best New 42 Panel In Crayon is awaited impatiently here and 43 OJd Mill throughout Northern Montana A York school of art and design in gents garments experienced in the 44 The Little Wash Woman In Crayon lorge number of persons have gone to best houses of that city and versed in every detail of the business Miss IRENE BAXTER the reservation to localerancbes mines In Crayon and town sites Tbe desirable valleys aided by on elaborate stock of 45 Carlo In Crayon are fairly covered with tents the great 46 Near the North Pe4e In Crayon est rush apparently being to the Big 47 Cnette In Oil Sandy the famous bay grounds Sold 4S Mirror In Oil lers as well as civilians are ou the 49 Snow Scene In OH grounds and when news comes that 50 Smmmtr In Oil tbe bill is signed there is likely to be a 51 Marine View Xn J rush Bullhock Valley beyond Fort t jCwwG aprl8tf Assiniboiue Is all staked off and the Miss NANNIE BURGESS OH tents of the squatter may be seen al In vj Minor In Oil along the valley of the Milk River We are putting forth suits equal to the best made in this country 4 Deer Panel- In OH There is a silver lode in the Bear Paw 55 Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us In OH Mountains that was located severa 56 Three Panel Screen years ago It Is understood that several Miss LOULIE CAMPBELL parties are on hand watching to locate In Oil this mine as well as to prospect for 57 Ftaane A Shady Nook S Phtoae Landscape In Oil others Chicago Tribune In OH 59 Moonlight Ed The President has now signed 60 Windsor CaOie In Oil the Bill throwing open for settlement Neck Wear Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Shirts laundried and 61 Snmet en the Ocean In OH the Indian Reservation in Montana 62 Study ef Roses In Oil unlaundried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc 16maytf In Oil 63 Plaque Marine View lireat Campaign Offer In Oil 64 Tile Landscape In Crayon 65 Dags Head The Weekly Courier Journal has 66 Meditation In Crayon now the largest circulation of any Democratic newspaper iu the United Mifes ANNE CHENAULT In Crayon States and its publishers to further ex Â¬ in great quantity and variety from the cheapest to the most 67 Awe in Boots 66 The Littte Crayon tend its circulation otter to send it elegant embossed gilt In Pastel postage prepaid from June 4th 1SS8 to 69 Br the Sea In Pastel December 81st 18SS 31 issues for 70 Feeding her Pete Jl only fifty cents Â¬ Subscriptions sent Mios ESTELLE CHENAULT fli before June 4th w ill be entered from J In Crayon the time but those recened after Tune 71 Skmgerdnl Fess Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Ky apll8 tf Miss CHRISTINE CROMWELL 4tb will be entered from the date re- Â¬ In Oil ceived to expire December 31st 1SSS 72 California Sunset The rate to clubs of eight and over In OH 73 The WraeUd In OH are extremely liberal A sample copy 74 Falls of the Weekly Courier Journal con- Â¬ -- In Oil 75 View on a Lai In OH taining its great campaign ofler can 76 Aobmmi In OH be procured free of charge by address Â¬ 77 Swmmer President In OH ing W N Haldeiuan 78 Plaone Roses Courier Journal Company Louisville Plaque Snow Scene -- In OH 7 Ky The subscription price of the Miss MINNA CRUTCHER Â¬ Daily Courier Journal without the So Flowers Paulonia In Oil Sunday issue ig Ten Dollars 10 a St Grandfathers Nooning Â¬ In Oil year Price of Sunday Courier-Journ8 Othello relating his Adven is Two Dollars 2 a year tures In Oil -S3 Our Pet In Fastd TO- NEWS PARAGRAPHS 84 Italian Girl In Pastel C P Huntington owns more milesof In Pastel Sv Alone SA Portrait In Pastel railroad than auy other man in Ameri- Â¬ S7 Portrait In Pastel ca Miss LENA DUERSON A gas well with a capacity of 1000 85 Scene en the Monongaheia 000 feet per day has been drilled in River- In OH Portland Indiaua In OH 89 Green ef Deer Hog cholera of a virulent form pre- Â¬ June22 tf In Oil vails at Findlay O not les3 than 1000 tfi Panel Mahnaioion Roses Panel HoMyhocLs In OH of the auimals have died since May 1st 9 In Oil 91 TOe Marine View A woman in Perry county has In OH 93 Tile Winter a circular hole in one of her eyelids Miss LIZZIE GOFF through which she can see when both In Crayon ejes are closed 94 Slrmgerdnl Foes Crayon 95 Hajme There will be eight tickets in tbe -- In Crayon 96 Dogs Head HEW GROCERY OH UPPER MAIN STREET In Crayon field this fall Democratic Republican 97 Flower Girl oj The Little Wash WennIn Crayon Prohibition Industrial Union Labor In Crayon Greenback and Oeleva Lockwood 99 Fannie and her Dog Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands of In Crayon 100 Study- - Head Geo Afkius cut down an apple tree Roasted Coffee Portrait 101 In Crayon sixty years old in Robertson county In Pure Rio Combination of Rio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocha 102 Portrait In Crayon which he found deeply imbedded a Pure Private Plantation Java Pure Arabian Mocha and Genuine Crajon silver quarter aud a briddle bit ioj de- Â¬ -- In Crayon Male Beny Java These goods are all kept in air light tin cans 104 Portrait A game rooster in Little Rock Ark In Crayon 105 Portrait com- Â¬ New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and boy not loug attacked a Mrs B C HAGERMAN qualities since and pecked and spurred bira so 106 Dogs Crayon severely that he died iu convulsions In Crayon 107 Portrait A contract has been entered into at 108 Maid of the Mow In OH to introduce three hun- Â¬ OH Fresno Cai Maid ef the Valley In 109 dred negro families Into that county to Qucensware Glassware TVooflenwrc no Plaene Marine View In Oil take the place of tbe Chinese in or- Â¬ Miss RELLA HARBER chards and vineyards 3B -In OH iix Twilight on the Mississippi A ranchman at Sayara Colhas a pig Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches Etc 112 Three Friends of Tetnperance In OH Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs In Oil that has a perfect dogs head with 113 Panel Paulonia In OH dogs hair covering the head aud neck 114 FhuMe Roses auglO 1 y Lilies In Oil Excepting this and a short aud bushy 115 Fhtque 116 Ready for the Opera In Pastel tail the rest of the animal is like a pig -- In Pastel A Connecticut milkman lost ten 117 GirTs Head I iS Tortrak In Pastel cows in one night The flooring of the In Pastel stable gave way and the cows which 119 iortralt were fastened by halters to upright VSy A Mtss MARY HUME neArer MrTfi i r ik X 5 Vv V TMTnTTiirtfr riiTTiiM I JO Snow Scene Ih OH posts were hanged by the neck until OH dead In lit OntheLyn 122 Plaque Marine View In Oil A destructive hail and wind storm In OH passed over the northern part of Texas 123 Tile Swans In Crayon Tuesday night In some places cotton 14 Warwick Castle Â¬ plants were beat to the ground and so Master EUGENE HUME In Crayon badly damaged as to render replanting 5 View on Lake Pekin 126 Fellow Boarders In Crayon necessary Several houses were blown In Crayon duwu at Condcaua 127 Puss in Boot- s12S The Deadly Combat In Crayon GRAND JUBILEE celebrating the Selttewwt ef the Northwestern Territory A Dawson county Ga farmer heard a calf bleating in his field nud went Miss GEORGIE MOBERLEV He found OH lo see what was the matter 129 Winter Blumlnalp In OH that a large snake four feet long had In OH wound itself around tbe animals neck 131 Falls Lake View In OH while It was lying on tbe ground nnd 132 MTay In OH was trying to choke it to death 3J- - Plaque Roses Miss LEAH NUTTER MissRowena Deering daughter of may23 3m Flower GirlIn Crayon Rev John R Deering at one time pas- Â¬ Moonlight Scene In Crayon ter of the M E church of Versailles Wind MM In OH will edit the Dally Chautauqua during This will be the first Autumn In OH the Assembly 0 In Oil dally ever published and adited by a 138 AV indsor Castle In Oil lady iu Kentucky 139 Shady Brook In OH 140 Plaque Fuchsiaj boy of Tunkban A fourteen-year-ol- d In OH nock Pa is the hero of the township 141 Plaque AzaKas In OH having killed three large bears without 112 Moonlight Scene Vase In OH himself having received a single Miss MAGGIE PARRISH While chopping in tbe woods scratch In OH he was attacked by one of tbe animals bummer 144 ttMMI InOH which be dispatched with his ax 145 Falls In Oil and succeeded In disposing of Ibe other Deer 146 two In like manner and all In about -- In OH 147 Panel Roses Louisville Store- In OH ten minutes 148 Plaone Magnolias Autumn BnRtMMtWiMtifaslH vJlt VIEWING THE PROMISED MAYSVILLE BRANCH KY oclock in the af-Â¬ LAND Merchant Tailoring English and American Suiting NORTH BOUND Lve Covington Lexington M Paris Arr MUleraburg Carlisle Johnson ilaysvHle SOUTH BOUND Lve Maysvllle No II No 9 Dally Daily Ex San Ex Sun ternoon June 22 tf W T SEXSMITH PHYSICIAN Offers MD r 3im 45 P1 830 am 520 pm 857 ara 021 ara 1015 1050 - skco pm pra 547 pm 11 AND SURGEON FmcI 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 ara 7 S Pm 7 40 pra WHITE HALL KY his professional services to the aug17 iyr public No 1 No Dally Dally Ex San Ex Sun Cceo Ii pm TROUSERINGS and VESTIXKGS the times tiie public Office Carlisle Mlllersbnrg UNION CITY KY Arr Paris- Lexington Offers his professional services to Covington DR T J FAIN Parrishs Jolinson 635 729 753 820 015 1135 a ra am ara ara am am am 105 140 234 358 325 pra pra pm pm coo pm 00 pm W Be WHITE at Powell Aug 17 tf MC No No 32 leaves Covington at 830 a m ar- Â¬ rives Falmouth 1030 a m Sunday only ar- Â¬ 31 leaves Falmouth at 430 p m rives Cowngton 630 p m Suaday C0RNELIS0N oniy No ic leaves Lexington 711 p m ar Practicing Physicians rives Paris 755 p m KENTUCKY No 8 leaves Covington RICHMOND 520 p m ar- Â¬ rives Falmouth 720 p m ofler their professional services to the 4janly public No 7 leaves Falmouth 550 a m arrives Covington 750 a m Daily Except Sunday HARRIS DR Note No 3 Daily between Richmond Lexington and Covington WACO KY No 4 Daily between Covington Lex- Â¬ services to the ington and Winchester On Saturdays Oflershis professional jan4tf public this train runs through to Richmond Ky other are daily except Sunday Direct connection Is made at Winchester DR S M with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling Ashland Huntington Charleston W Va and Eastern Cities PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON FAST LINE Nos 3 and 4 ran vln Wln chesterSolId Trains with Pullman Sleepiug RICHMOND KENTUCKY Cars between Cincinnati nnd Ulrhmomt Va and Winchester and Washington D C Office ou First Street jauly Through Tickets and Bnsgage Checked to any destination reached by a railroad particulars For M D agent tallthe Companyaddress or call on any of ur H S F B MORSE E II BACON Uen Passr Agt Trav Passr Agt PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Covington Ky Lexington Ky RICHMOND KY H E HUNTINGTON FBCARR Agt Richmond Ky Genl Manager OFFICE Second street next door to General Offices Covington Ky Whites Drug Store Special attention given to Microscop- Â¬ ical aud Chemical examinations of tissues and fluids of the human body CUBIS KHLRE All USt IMS 22junetf Best Conga 9 jrrDp Tastes Rood Cse inume sotaDraracuts Library Lamps Silier PMefl Heath HEATH JF ConNEUsoN GENTS PTJRJTISEIlirG GOODS Roflgers Mes mil Forks GILES WALL PAPERS k They can not be surpassed in style or workmanship at LETCHER Wash-Woman-- THE PRICES WE QUOTE ufacture Will make the season of 88 at the stabiet Traynor i4 miles from of McKee Richmond on the Irvine turnpike AI mont Blucher will stand at 25 to insure a living colt ami John Wilkes at 30 caih with usual privilege of return in So if mare is not parted with Almont Blucher Standard record trial on slow mile track 2 36 and full brother to First Call 231 Almcnt Blucher is a seal brown fcaled May 20th 1SS0 has one white foot behind and one in front 15 hands high and weighs 1100 pounds when in stud condi tion Sired by Athlete sire of First Call Athel 3 yea--o2r2i4 Isaac G 22 236 Mabel 4 235 Athkme year oW 246X1 Geneva Maid 3 jea- - od 240 May Josephine 244 to cart and Many others that are first Athlete by Almont 33 by Alexanders Abdaliah 15 by Rysdyks Hambieton an to Almont Bluchers istdtm Lady Bluiher dam of First Call 221 by Rictardi Bellfounder No 63 and sire of Western Gill 227 and the dams of ten 230 trotters Lady Blucher ts a remarkable speed pro She has produced seven foals ducer and all of them shew a high rate of speed but two have had a days training was a He- - sire very fast road mare herself Richards Bellfounder by Hungerbrds by Blucher by Duroc Blucher was out of Young Millers Damsel by Hambietoman by Messenger Almont Bluchers 2nd dam Pol y by Vermont Boy son of Hills Black Hawk sire of Ethan Allen 235X Lancet 2 255 Young America 333 etc 3rd dam a thoroughbred Almont Bktcher is a very handsome and perfect horse promises to be a sire of style and speed his produce are large and firm with perfect legs and feet and show a fine turn of speed with excellent dispositions Three of Bluchers produce have bct worked some Httle for speed SpeeJrro Tickler and the West filly All of te could beat 3 minutes in their z year o J form and were handled very lightly a yearlings and Speedmoat could go hi mOe in 115 with ease the other two wtrt their mile in 242 and 43 and Tickler s i for Soo cash Others of his product arc good all of which are from common bn J mares Almont Botcher has trotted 3 races and never lost a heat with less than He is a trotter and 3 months training his colts as well as his breeding proie that he will transmit the same quality His sire Athlete transmits speed his dam Lady Blucher transmits speed Almont 33 his grand sire transmits speed his g g sire Alexanders Abdaliah transmitted speed his g g g sire Rysdyks Hamble tonian transmits speed so there is not a 29 Id missing Knk Very best material employed in their manSJVTJL1L 3LX3SLS3 W BRIGHT Almont Blucher is a shew horse as well as a trotter having been shown eight times and got six 1st premiums and -- ri twice YOU TI3CE33a if you see them because you cant help it JGHItf WILKES By Red Wilkes sire of 13 with recorjs from 216 to 230 1st dam by Mat Hay den by Mambrino Patchen the sire of thirty two sons and the sire of thirty t a o performers and his mares have prjdtced twenty five performers in 230 or better and sire from 2152 ons f Mambrino Patchen have sired the dams of Silveron 2loJ Charley P 2 25 Ella two years 233 Lennie two years Tliey Are Precisely al How Can That Be WELL COME Hi lat Yon Want DR C S HOLTON Physician and Homeopathic Surgeon iBiitffmzas Our stock of Queens ware and Glassware and especially our Decorated Din ner and Tea Sets is full and attractive Richmond Kentucky Office Main Street over DMBrights Office hours 830 to 1100 AM 200 to 400 P M Special attention given to disea es of women and all difficult chronic cases I for believe Pisos Cure Consumption saved my life A II Doweia Editor Enquirer Eden- ton N C April 23 18S7 29X J Stags Louisville Store and other Staple Groceries Goods COFFEES SUGARS TEAS BEST GRADES OF Patients treated at a distance and Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad Â¬ mayi6 iy dress also Canned PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law AND WE WILL SHOW YOU IS G G FRAXff CIS FaltsIn PrtraitIn HeadIn four-year-o- ld Usually when the season is advanced we cut the prices on everything in our stock in August in order to reduce same and get all the money we can This year we cided not to wait until August hut mence in May and give our customers an opportunity early in the season to supply STAPLE themselves at This is the Mode of J Making it So A Higrgins RICHMOND KY Special attention civen to abstracting titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky Office in Climax building SE Corner Main and riecoud Streets up stairs June 22 tf The best Coneh Medi cine is Pisos Cuke for CoxsTJMPTiojr Children take it without objection By all druggists 25c CUBES Lulu Patchen thce 233 Orphia 227 years 237 Dynamite 228 Linnette 294 son c Second dam by Gitls Vermont of Bonner Boy i23Jjandcf the dams of the King 2 2Ji Gimbelta Wilkes 226 and a number of others John Wilkes is 16 hands high a beauti ful bay with two white feet behird very heavy mane and taM and as a show horse has taken premiums at Richmond St Louis and every place where he was Â¬ shown jSFHorses handled at reasonable price but no responsibility for accidents or escapes mari4 3m McKEE BestCoogh Syrup Tastes good Use WhfRF 111 ELSE 1I15L RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Bur OFFICE with C P nam on First Street June 22 tt Attorney at 3Law J A SULLIVAN E T BURNAM fta TRAYNOR 5ST71HTCTO5riT5ni mar7 6m FOUND AT THE CASH GROCERY OF HOUSE Â¬ LOW TOURIST BATES Rood lor 00 days with stop over privileges can be obtained bom St Paul to Great Fans Mon- Â¬ tana the coming manufacturing centre ot tbe northwest B a Only 5000 sttmul For S47G0 a first class round trip tlclpt Attorney at Xaw Miller oct6 BalntPaalBJ A to Helena and return AN ITDBM Simllarre irTUroni points dnctionsafB itii RICHMOND KENTUCKY tast and sonth Rates correspondingly as OFFICE ou First street same as will be earned to points in Minnesota and low Dakota or upon Puget Sound and tbe Padnc formerly occupied by County Judge Coast ff mTik ly FANCY GROCERIES Attorney at Jxaw Office T J SCOTT For lortber particulars address n E Tupper District Passeneer Ant 282 Booth Clark Street Chicago in or C II Wmmy General Passenger Agent bt Paul Minn DY KES ON a REDUCED PRICES a o a o o o js cigars OCT RICHMOND KY on Second Street June 22 tf is HiT m Bill fipri WVOACH CS Everything in our house has been reduced aud the prices we make will not let our stock remain long therefore it will be to your interest to come early as our stock was in better condition than now Attorney atKYEaaw RICHMOND Office on Second POWELL Street ma 13 nn tis ni5n 1911 19 Jdjj Hil si a North Second Street A full ami eerapiete slock of ret ai3D3i - I2 6 7 8 910 14 IS1 j SH -- T a 14 11 A awu anaaf SIMS f Ul171lSS8rJl 12 9MU C7 11 4 diii 7 STAPLE AND FANCY UU IS It 17 13 CINCINNATI t June 22 tf JULY4ffiB 4ss7 It Kil314 3 12 in a 1 26 27 Q lM2122aM2ft 232 1 II 141 U17 S 91011 18 GROCERIES Ss 17 JEi 27 EVERYTHING ITEW aad FRESH counties nnu in the Court of ApiieaR Office in Muster Commissioners office ovf r Circuit Clerks office June 22 tl Attorney atand Iaw Will practice in Mudl on ison Go AJ REED April adjoining J sraa 330 -- I zte 3asz3n j 4ss7 1a 8 aietoriiria ti uistitsjusan sSssyfflj 31 It W14U 222S28S29i2 1A 234 71 8 KltUMSk --- H- Oct 30 11 7s bat sfaj3 wn si 4 s 50H au t7 1 s BianiR IS 17 11 11 31 41 S BI2 2S24 2fr2S2 5ot i3 Jia3I 1 I-- smiriui tfcwiiwMran C1JH lSlll7 5 Si 7 4 11 213 9110 81 1S119 2324 2520 71 SceneIn and complete in all the various departments August prices in May for Dry Goods of all kinds August prices in May for Clothing of all kinds iHUDLnrifosio MIH M UNSURPASSED DISPLAY 1I2IU14 lilt 17118 19 2ft212r21 si 9 2 MtWaOOl 2T2X21 2328 2728S J01 reen and Dried Fruit Gansd Goods Bonds MSSatp 2S19 90 2 J 4 6 8 71 8 9 M 11 12 U14 U 3Jhlfcl M417 IS 2JB4 252SWpsf29 and plenty of every This house is n thing in my line Strictly Business August prices in Shoes of all kinds August prices in May kinds August prices in May our house gCOME EARLY BARGAINS at for Boots and EXCUR8SON KATES FROM ALL POINTS kWsMfeg The Bonds issued in payment of sub- Â¬ scription of Madison county to Louisville and Nashville Railroad due in February April July and October 18S7 and 18SS will be paid on maturity at the Madison National Bank Richmond Ky C D CHENAULT Qom tf GALT HOUSE Maine are those wlio read men act they will find honorable employment HlOflL inisanuIII T f list their homes and families The proflts are niajlo and are now inking tveral hunderd dollars a month It Is ensy ror any one to tnakefiandmtwardsper day who ts will initio work Bllher sex youg or old capi Â¬ tal not needed we start you Everything new No special ability required yon reader can do it as well as any one Write to us at once for full particulars which we mail free Address Sliuson fc Co Portland T Rewardeil Sti ictly CASH Basis The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOirSE novDOly for Hats of all LOUISVILLE KY BUILDERS AND HJ STRENGS for anything in Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings The Largest and Fiucst Hotel Shingles Laths in the city and secure the Rongk and Dressed Idnmfoex Rates25o to 4 Per Day Lime Cement Hair Main Street below According to rooms A The undersigned would respectfully announce to those contemplating building that they are prepared to contract for Â¬ jau4 tf TRIAL Ill SJU Buildings of Every Description Satisfaction guaranteed Minnesota Leads the Wlxld With her stock dairy and raafa pro 2000 fiOO acres floe tfeaber taraiiag imd raJtaJ iaods adjacent to railroad lor soiiebeap c tsar teas rot raape prices late address J BookwaHerXaad Costaltsloaer 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky Mammoth wit D H MY35RS Turkish and Kussian Bath j in Estimates made free of charge Plans furnished on application on short notice Hotel LONG COLEY ocl28 ly aprutf Contractors and Builders ArtfetSookH Jrl -- aus3ei -- - kaar xtmKijiimu