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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5to55x 15 W J 3 YOLTJME A SWEET STOKV H t Print Shows th ouh i I APERS e3R3P3 NUMBER f 1 c fV L RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 20 1888 Li addrhP TUE CHAUTAUQUA PROGRAMME BRAVO YEA BBAVISSIM0 To the ntmddmts lbf Kentucky ffrod by the wel Thefojlwhigresojutlou AfT dinner at Mr Mitahellls wre flUiuc on Ids front jdttszasraon Kenton Ommty delejjRrion kt there quest of the Kentdeky Democratic tiiz and I discovered some bees going aid out ef n knot ti oeof Ut Club of Covington was adopted by the in Democratic State Gonventinn held at large oak trees In trout or ins dwelling learned tnai several years jigo a Lexington on May 16th 1883 I Resolved that It is the sense of this swarm oi Dees assemuieu ju mat ireej that-- Democratic success as their new Iwme aud tueyiiavel convention tliere ever since can best be assured and Democratic v rted and lived A er lliey liad been there for three organitkgon efteoted by the formation years the colony became very large ofDemoqratic Giubs In every Congre- a 1 strong aud no attempt had ever slonal district aud couuty in the State Lwn made to rob them of their honey Aud the convention recommends and At bat MrMitoiiell came to tliel urges me lorniauon or such clubs ipciiidusi ju that the tree must be full of district and county and that they be- Â¬ LTcy from t eeing large numbera of come members of the National League defegates es aud bees around the roet of the of Democratic Clubs aud send rv- fin s A correspondent writing Srota Grif Ga tells Me lellowicg curious - WssmItM0 -- - to bo held by said M he set to work to devise kome ton convention tre to get the honey without cut-- League at Baltimore Mil on July 4th means 1SSS t 2 the tree After applying all the tiss known to bee men he satisfied L mself that the tree was inlj and t en ueciaea to lap it litre a lellow is ta neJ for dropsy bo he ot him a faucet and an augur ml bored a whole in the tree near the and then screwed In t he faucet id ah J to Ills surprise and great doligut a sciJ stream of Hire and elegant honey a clear ad a crystal gushed forth and the supply seemed altuest Inexhausti ble It continued to pour out until he La J Cited six barrels aud he has drawn each year since that time from tlree to four barrets qt pure grained h me from that old oak tree and up to tliid time there seems to be no signs of a fall jre of the supply as the tees are J a very strong aud hearty colony lae same year that Mr Mitchell tapped the old oak tree tiiere was a new thick growth sprung up nil a3uuJ the old oak of au unusual apÂ¬ pear nee having a smooth bark and axy leaves 0Beday he pnll tLi k eJ i ir one of the leaves aud put it in Lis mouth aud found it to be very Mett aud upon examining the place fr in which he plucked the leaf he u cjvtred that the plant was bleed- Â¬ ing or emitting from the wound ji thick looking juice Citar which Lp ji tabtiug aud examination proved The Kentucky Democratic Club seconds the suggestion and unites in the urgent request of our representatives assembled In convention The formation of clubs atiords the best and most practicable means of utilizing the united efforts and intelligence of the Democracy of the State The object In view is to secure the success of that organization whioh was founded and which exists for the purpose of preserving in all its integrity Talk at night me JNauonal uoustnution ami pre The promenade concert every after serving in all its honor the flag of our noon and lite regular daily exercises common country The interests of this iu addition to thismake a very pleas- Â¬ party can best be promoted when its ing prospect for the first woek members are enabled by constant and The annual meeting ot the College regular associatiou to counsel and ad- Association will occupy a large vise aud loact in harmony and unity part of the first week The musical It i by Club organization that united preludes before the evening are au esaud harmonious action can best be ob pecial feature too tained and it is by this form nl organi- Â¬ The tecond weeks exercises begin zation that Democratic principle and with Mr Vincents lecture on Robert Democratic sentiment can best be rMl- A Newspaper in the Irish Language Brouirinir Iu lite mofHiiig followed stitled into the minds ind hearts of by Mr Beards Mission of The Gael the first journal published Humor voters throughout the State Even if iu the afternoon and Dr Haygoods in the Interest of fbe irfsh language reason did not indicate its efficacy exlies before us It is a sixteen page Wants and Emiings at night perience in other States has amply one half being Irish aud Tuesday is temperance day and the monthly demonstrated the force of this form of morning address is by Prof Dickie the other English It gives easy les organization and the Democrats of the Chairman of the National Prohi- Â¬ sons in Irish translations poems his- Â¬ Kentucky owe It to their party in the bition Committee Iu the afternoon torical sketches and general corres- Â¬ Nation and in the State to fee to it thut Mrs Clara Hoflman nod at night a pondence iu Irish and Euclish Our they fall not behind in using every lecture by Sunahha on Sociul Life in Hibernian friends will be pleased to means at their disposal in the ellort to India tjbciiouey At 5 in the afternoon the read this piece of intelligence for up increase any majority heretofore given first meeting of the Sounlhern Wesley- - to the foundation of the Gael they had no journal iu their old national lan He then commenced to nurse life by them to the nominees of the pirty an College Association new volunteer Krowth with thalfclider- - for the highest offices in the gift ol the Wednesday Is the 4th of July Mrs guage es care and atleutfou The Gael is the representative of the Lockwood Mr DeWItt Miller and at leokihg rnVbr people ViSs ace about to enter upon a contest tut in daily aud as the summer ad- night Prof DeMoth will occupy the movement lor the preservation and for the retention of the administration day tLCfd the plants continued to grow cultivation of the Irish language ini Â¬ We in the fall he selected and traus bytfteKirty of the constitution Thursday is CuHiitauqui Mrs Lock tiated by the late Archbishop McHale ai jlatjted 30 of them in very rich soil areseokfiig to apply in the manage Â¬ wood in the morning Prof W D Mc- - the Rev Ullck J Bourke and otlrer tl rti feet apart and they grew very ment oYthe altnirs of the Nation the Cliutock iu the afternoon and Sunahha leading Irishmen These were again principles believed in and fm resolutely supported by Britisli aud niL making a beautiful display byJetterson Jackson and mutated at night Tilden Ii their straight On Friday Mr Francis Murphy In Continental philologists such as Prof smooth truuks vi an J their thtek aud glossy wax like Andpas one of the best means of briug the morning and at night and Prof Blackie of Scotland Dr Deveuter Royal College Silesia Germany leaves And the grove was seen and inglioupr and victory to Kentucky in DeMoth in the afternoon Dr Styria Dr During the whole week music will Schuscuardt Austria a Imired by all for miles and miles thfl struggle for the supremacy of right Whisicb Leipsic Germany aud Dr aruu Mr Mileheils idea was that and principle we suggest to you that be abundant as large money was made frein the there should be in every county of the The above is only a slmrl summary Zimmer Griefswald Gprmauy etc sugir niattie by boiling the juice he Commonwealth au organization which of the programme aud for further in who wished lo preserve the Gaelic shall be cjiii to make more from n tree thut priuaiple the embodiment of Democratic Â¬ formation you should attend the As language for philological purposes and the exponent of Demo- sembly Dr Zimmer visiting the West of IreHd he whs wrulJ run jmre hsny cratic policy a Democratic Club hav land in 78 in order to obtain a knowl- Â¬ right When the trees wartiri ears engraved upon its banner the name CONCERNING FARMERS edge of its idiomatic construction Ci ui the fall ol the year they were ing The Gael being thus produced un- Â¬ large enough to insert faucets So he of G rover Cleveland and the maxim of While a train was passing along der such auspices its uniqueness and had three hundred faueets iiiftde to just and equal taxation Saratoga street Newport the other low prices there is no doubt but will Jambs P Tabvin it orJir aud serened them into the day it frightened a horse attached to a R J Mono AN find Its way into every Irish American joung trees and the following spring wagon soliad that the animal dropped W E Mimbr house hold It is published at 814 tL result was remarkable Kadi tiee dead W A Johnson Pacific St Brooklyn N Y by M J jitUed uu average of UweBty gallon Mr Smith Keuney who has had Logan aud the subscription price is Uboikib H Davidson an J now the average is about bar Â¬ Committee thirteen cut worms iu a box feeding sixty cents a year in advance 52 rel to each tree during the ear and iyrbgB bheKehtuQiUy Demo Â¬ on tomato plants for a couple of weeks the gn ve continue to grow and flour A Ulutjj for experimental purjtoses reports that The Art Amatenr Mi aiij shows no signi of faiHUg to cratic they all layed their eggs and have r t2 MvKnniiiBYPre6ideilt For June contains a beautiful colored suty a bountiful ye4d in the years to Joseph Atjams Secretary siuce died He is confident that they by Victor Dangou plate of Roses Miit The quality of the honey is so reproduce their kiud and that the fine and the flavor issa delidte that who also n contributes capital falf only way to get rid of them is by THE ODD FELLOWS il alvays command study of snowballs Oilier decorative the highest plowing which destroys their eggs by designs puces are for a fun Japanese aneand the demand is greater A Frankfort special of the 16th says the winter freezes He reports that mones a fish plaiter a summer cottage tau the supply If siime of those terprllinj artesian The city has given Itself overÂ¬ timothy and clover meadow land is portiere and an altar hanging for Ptris Trinity There are also a page of enter- the most productive of them will men who are always prospecting entirely to the reception and Great News aud boring holes In the county for oil tainment of the Odd Fellows monograms in R and a full page illusHector Wilkes died of pneumonia tration of a curious Arabian basin iu Culd succeed in sinking a well from numbers arrived last night and this morning there were two special trains at Sherman Stock Farm near Lex- repousse brass A striking feature is wliK h a solid stream of from the East and Wast whioh brought ington His former name was Harold the drawing by George Hitchcock of peai h brandy would flow continuously then indeed eld Spaldiug cUuty fourteen coaches full of members of Wilkes aud his owner Dr J A his clever picture A Dutch Tulip the order The Lexington delegation Shermau is said to have refused 15 Garden Two practical uuld be a new Mecca and pllcriin articles He was 6 years old 16J specially timely aud valuable are those sges would be made from all over this Is here with Saxton and Trosts band 000 for him Louis- Â¬ hands high bred by Allen Brashlord on the Science of Landscape broad country to the land whksh flows nnd there is besides a band from aud ville and one from MuyavMe The Paris Ky sired by George Wilkes Landscape Painting in Water Col- Â¬ uh peach and honey parade movS siting the principal i 22 1st dam Carrie Church by Har- ors there Is also au excellent review streetsrandbulted atclopkVat the old sire of Maud S 20SJ 2nd dam of the landscapes iu the recent exhibiTRAVELS OP A CACTUS THORN Stale house yardfor a splendid dinner Pearelie Leonard by American Clay tions Tho Paris Salon and Pastel consisting of -- burgoo made by Gus 3d dam by John Campbell he by the aud prize Fund Exhibitions receive George W Mitohell the foreman of Jadbert of Lejchtgton and meats celebrated race horse Wagner 4th extended notice Other articles of the Palatka Daily News was thrown cllicken bread and other substan Â¬ dam by Mingo ho by the American special value are Hints to Art into a contemplative mood the other tial articles of food In the afternoon Eclipse Puiuting on Silk and Teachers day by a strange occurrence About an Immense crowd in front of the Mr Kenney has made a valuable Velvet Altar Hangings and Emeven years ago he was traveling Ju to State house steps Gen Speed S Fry discovery legarding the production of broidery In America The Art AmaMexico and while out walkiBK one day the adess or the Cabbage He lias for the last fifteen teur was never so valuable to students he saw something en the ground that of Danvilledelivered occasinrrun tbe history and advantages years raised his cabbage on the same aud lovers ot art as it ia now Price excited his curiosity aud stooped down specially On of OdiCFellowshlp 4 per annum Montague torirkitup While thus stooping or prepared floor in front ol the Adjutant piece of ground having eacli year 35 cents scattered all of his coal and wood ashes Marks Publisher 23 Union Square srHiuu on one knee he lost his balance office there was a danee In on the tame Jot aud husLoeverfailed New York and Ml over against a cactus running Generals all the visitors engaged to while in producing a flue crop of cabbage cue of the thorns into the calf of his whioh Literary Notes wnv the hours until night There freedom worms Last yeahlmplaut- leg- - He tried to pull it out but did will be an Illumination nnd grand eu a The June number of Book News piece oi new ground in cabbage titt succeed and when he got up it had to night to close the festivities Philadelphia near his regular patch and the crop on John Wannamaker tucK into a muscle It had a firm hold hop the new ground was badly infected is indeed a magazine of book news was drawn in through the skin aJ COAL LANDS IS MtEATIHTT with worms while the other was not As the warm weather approaches we ai J disappeared Far a week after thata His idea is that the alkali from the jiaturally think of a vacation and i ecnly inconvenience was a little to read during our few weeks of STtneKS in the uimm and two or There have been several real estate ashes destroys the ermsd the worms what is often quite a serious question He will give us the rest tiree years after Mitohell said- he lelq transfers Ju the past- weeK iieraamt io the ground aaifhehad theumatism in - the same rfenMuorit C II StoU bought aUut benefit of his out worm and catlerpil In Book and Travel Rev Washing leg 4baacrt 8 of land from Jerytlule and lar exierluieiits iu the future Bour ton Gladdeu has written a timely article giving us a few practical hints on List Saturday a sore place vft felt wife lying on the waters of Cane bon Neus a In rhiu something llkeja boil Creek about a mile from town atSi- - -- psper upon Crop situation of what to read during our sojourn at With It is heavily timbered and 1888 with a diagram nnd chart was the seaside or the couutry l3URii not quite so rKiliiffiTf7till itJ per acre by S T K Pi line Mr Prime the New Books introduces us to the wis enough to annoy uiinr and he has a four foot vein f coal read kept woikingat the place as one will The newest books In two pages of delight- Â¬ Mr Stoll also bought orC J Liltje sumrjieU up his peperas fallows tiJ be fell a sham ihiIiii nrotmdimr several tracts of land and his half in whent crop Is a failure The ful reading aud the reviews are nuf winter He Tied several ways of ascertaining terest in the Tunnel Mills tha sales spring wheat crop is doing fairly well merous aud unusually interesting llie in fact better than we had any reason Among other miscellaneous matter is wlia sioOM nr more a i tM fashioned wav of fcaueezlmr the lauiHs td be nieastired It lies to hope for thirty flays ago The oat au extract from Theodore Childs arcrop to day gives promise of abundant ticle The Literary Career in France Pce until the point came out and Cilane Creek ftoaaf three quarters of au inch of the The Haddlx Cannel Coal Company yield excepMfu a very few limited The portrait is of Edward Eggleston Incorporated areas which can not cut any figure d ractu thorn After seveH years of has been organized and Col R G Stoner sold on Wednes travel over his body entering the calf by three Lexington gentlemen aud G when we come to measure up the crop day to J B McFerran of Louisville ol Ins leg it Anally Swell The company aa a whole It will come at a time finishes lis journey W and ThosL n yearling filly by Baron Wilkes dam n the end of his olifu Savannah bouglit a tract of land of Gray Haddix too when It will add greatly to the tract of James financial benefit of the producer nnd Steinnette the dam of Bourbon Rus- Â¬ K f News for 510000 and another iHargjsfor 16000 all of It the famous give him what he needs so much at sell for 2500 present feed for his teams and money me Consul Campbell at Sydney AU3- Haddix cannei Â¬ It will take four years longer to fin for his pocket I cun not take a hope lia reports in recard lo the wool took the highest premium at the Phil ful outlook with regard to the corn crop ish the Panama Canal Centennial product of that colony io the effect adelphia thrt he feeding capacity of the land These are the premonitions of the If we had a good stand future pros Rev B F Bristow a coming boom In real pects would not be as discouraging as Methodist divine died at his home In for capying sheen has been reduced Antrttmnv of the Biiterprise they appear to me now I think the Toviugton aged about 75 years The one tbird the fleefiave been re restate Beattyvflle country lias not been so thoroughly venerable minister was an uncle of duced from one- to one and a half Pands in weight on lie average the Richmond Vut Is to have an im Â¬ denned up of nil its surplus aud of Hon B H Bristow the noted lawyer opening spring winter wheat corn and oats as and Republican wcrease of lambs have Mlea iff30lo mense tobacco exposition percent and the Jesses f sheep by Octdberrd and lioldint least two it Is to day My sympathies are very largely with tho producer and those New York detectives have succeed- Â¬ death have increased from 3 to 13 per months who couvert their products iuto feed I j ed iu finding Jerome L Hill the law t and all lu consequence of tbeJ oolt Stuart want to see each class well paid lor its yer who disappeared iu April last eaormous Increase in the number of Pierre Douonu oliestnut grapd prize of Paris Monday labor and at the same- time I waut Hill is in London where be has frit The sheep have decreased Is won the rih do AAA frantt or about 520000 thla season to see the country blessed tered away a large pardon of 5260000 nnmber several njlMfew aBd Hie fiiuftt ws fawite at 1 to 1 la a aeW1 with bounteous oropaj but In 1868 Ij whioh lie misappropriated before he Ullage irrntro -cdU s i ye jy LrififirsUrtere turned up missing look for neither a feast nor a fiimlnn Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The program for thi3 sessioh of the Chautauqua Is a very interesting one The exercises begin on Tuesday after- Â¬ noon June 20th with n promenade concert by Saxton Treats bras band aud the evening hour is occupied by Dr Henson with one of his inimitable lectures Dr Henson is also heard on the afternoon of the second day the subjects of his lectures helng Fools and Grumblers On Monday night and Thursday ufternorm Dr Talmage is heard In his fatuous lectures on Big Blunders and The School for Scandal Beginning with Tuesday Mr Leon Vincent deliveis the mnrnlng lecture at 11 oclock on George Elliott Thack- Â¬ eray Ituskin Carlyle and Browning taking one each morning until Mon day Mr Vincent is a bright thought- Â¬ ful and conscientious thinker nnd his lectures are remarkably entertaining On Thursday aud Friday Mr Von Fiukelsteiu is seen and heard in his presentations of life iu Palestine with Oriental costumes Friday night William Davidson de- Â¬ livers one of his very pleasant lectures This time the subject is Iu and About Shakespears Home On Saturday Dr Haygoods lecture Educating a Race in the afternoon is followed by Frank Beards Church The Sixth volume of Aldens Mani Â¬ from Bravo printed pages Along Including 120 illustrations with its manifold number of words and topics treated briefly there are many extended articles as for In Â¬ stance Brazil seven pages Breach loading Guns eleven pages Bridge eleven pages British Museum teu pages BrooKlyn five pages Buddh Â¬ ism fifteen pages and California sixteen pages Ibe Cycloppdia well deserves the enthusiastic commenda- Â¬ tion it is receiylng from nil sides it is certainly the Cyclopedia for popu- Â¬ lar use Rev Dr Wright of Milwau- Â¬ kee evidently voices the thought of many when he says I may iu all truth and soberness quote its first word as expressive of ray sentiments iu regard to our wonderful work its comprehensiveness Its cheapness etc Bravo yea Bravissimo Its small handy volume contrasting so greatly with the Usuul bulky unwieldly vol- Â¬ umes adopted by publishers of Cyclo Â¬ pedias iu a very pleasant character- Â¬ istic and undoubtedly adds greatly to the usefulnesses the work as stated by Dr Hasty of Indianupolts who says I have the American Cyclopedia but refereuce is made to the Manifold so far ns I have it ten limes to once to the former It is a marvel of com Â¬ pactness and completeness The publisher sends specimen pages free to any applicant or specimen vol- Â¬ umes which mny he returned if not wanted for GO cents for each cloth binding 75 cents for half Morocco post paid the better binding is par- Â¬ ticularly commended John B Alden Publisher 393 Pearl Street New York 218 Clark Street Chicago fold Cyclopedia extends to Calville its 035 uicely IL The Novelties and New Goods in every department cause all who visit the to utter exclamations of surprise and pleasure Every line we carry is complete and price NEVER WERE SO LOW FOR CASH AS THEY NOW ARE We have undoubtedly the prettiest line of Satteens ever brought to this city and every style and price from the cheapest American to the finest French Satteens can be found in this Stock Our Eastern importations of LARGEST STOCK Big Reduction in Prices NICE PAPER AT ioc UP GOLD PAPERS 15c BUSY BEE CASH STORE UP WINDOW SHADES LABG EST STOCK Big Reduction in Prices NICE SHADES COMPLETE DADO SHADES 45c are marvels of Beauty and Style that can not be exceled BEST BRANDS of CALICOES such as Manchester Merrhnac Cochega Hamilton Pacific Etc All five cents per yard and new spring styles We have just received a full and complete stock of rs eas MENS BOYS YOUTHS and CHILDEEFS CLOTHING L DOUGLAS FOR GENTLEMEN and we earnestly ask every lady to examine this stock before buying elsewhere as you will certainly save money by so doing w e leau me market in 3 UP Shoe Carpets Oil Cloths Rugs Lace Curtains Curtain Poles Trunks Yalises c Â¬ The only fine calf 3 Seamless Shoe in 2 We CAN SAVE YOU FROM TWENTY FIVE CENTS TO ONE DOLLAR on everv pair 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 Jun22tf Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store hand sewed shoe Buy the best None genuine unless stamped on bottom W L Douglas 3 Shoe warranted jj SPEED SMITH CHAS S POWKLI Vi L DOUdLAS 4 SHOE the- - original STOCK and only hand sewed welt 4 shoe which SMITH equals custom made shoes costing from f 6 to f 9 Big Reduction W L- - DOUGLAS 250 SliOE is Unex- Â¬ celled for heavy Wear IN ALL SIZES AND KINDS 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 We represent ten of the strongÂ¬ gress Button and Lace not sold rrames which makes a perfect job in by your dealer write and L ifDOUGLAS X est FlRK ISSiXASCK CoMPASIBg 1H every particular Broekton Mass world We 60 cents RAMSEY OLDHAM Picture Frames LARGEST k POWELL in Prices Fire Insurance Can Make ANY SIZE FRAME in 10 Minutes great reduction in pricel Have a large stock of MOULDINGS in store in medium and finest quality at a JACK FREEMAN febi 6m Agent Richmond Ky Call your attention to their commodious and elegant house Main and Second Streets Kichmond Ky To get 8sf way ija onrCo a Fint ClaA Oprtlvo THE MIXED PAINTS AT A HUE 1TI AT Sl G mA vjpt fjfl piM 111 TEC LOWEST CASH PRICES represent tbe corner of the Company that has the largest capital in the world the Company that has the largest pakl np capital in the world the Company that has the largest assets in the world There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance the only Company in the world and the quality of the goods they oiler is in keeping with the house that pays its losses without dis- Â¬ They have the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles made count and does not make yo agree in its policy to wait sixty in their shop of the best materials They have days after a fire to get your money All Companies charge the same rate then Every Style and Variety of Harness Big Reduction in Price Â¬ Only 1 Week 33800 1 From 60 cents per gallon up to the finest Thousands of tho best goods made But the best is always the Bold Watch ever made aro sellicheapest Remember this is my special- Â¬ ng- in our Co operative Clubs This is tbo Ttttt Cheapest itott Convenient ty I have beyond doubt the largest and only co operative System of tratches stock that was ever brought to this The watches are American Levertelling Winders Stem containing CTeiy essential to accuracy and dura Â¬ city bility and have in addition numerous patented improvements found in no other watth They aro absolutely the only Dust and Uampproef Move- Â¬ ment made in tho World nnd aro EVERYTHING IN THE WALL PA- throughout with OESVINE JIUBIESjeweled Tho PaUnt Stem Hind and Set is the strongest and PER AND PAINT LINE WE simplest made They are fully equal for ap Â¬ pearance accuracy durability and service HAVE FOR SALE to any 75 lTateh Our co operative Clnb System brings them within the reach of every one Their Why not Insure in the Best home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted Cloths embraces variety as well as ele- Insure your house and contents stock of Buggy KdbflS and Lap gance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber and sleep soundly it will he tee Buggy whips of whalebone riding whips of cowhide wagon whips late after you are burned ettt Our Companies hare ever 40 ot best leatner wnip stocKs ot learner an woou opurs m variety 000000 capital and ever 1MX wooden stirrups Silver plated nickle plated and aad strong 000000 assets via Bridles of every description fancy and plain delickta Liverpool London ft shop made and city made Globe Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse bOStJ Commercial Umen 5ufan toe weights girts brushes curry combs spunges c Honied A lull line of collars hames trace chains back bands hame strings LancaalwCQtteen plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners Â¬ - teKi3 4Je5 r I STOCK THE LARGEST Prices Guaranteed the Lowest JfiSTPainting Graining Hanging at lowest prices the KEYSTONE WATOH OLUB GO Wo refer to any Com merau Agency POBoxOS 025 Clicgtunt St PlUlaPa Â¬ Â¬ 1 Join I7ow and Bf WL HAVC Clubs Constantly Forming Save Money CVCnV AGENTS WANTED TTJRFMEtf CAN FEST ANY THING IN TI1EIH LINE Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed saddley and harness house fifKemember Streets janxi iY Hartfonl German FireuMMte Fmtd National Total the place Herndons Corner Main and Second apriS gm ACCNCICS IN and Paper mch WANT ACEMTS r fim EVERYWHERE LARGE ClTV W C GOEMLEY CO ADRUFF iff tyoi- GIO Main mar7 tf St DECORATOR Richmond I WILLGING Ky qncrttf ELDREDGE 33 SEWIHQ MACHINE WIT8 DPAEHEE THE MAIN STREET m E B WALLACE Â¬ JEWELER Is the place to go if you want- anything in - jMrHFl G t dj9nHrnV 1 -- Â¬ AND Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Fine Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas Gold Headed Canes Watelie DEALKR IX Â¬ GOlff TRACTOR Is prepared to do au Kinds of Â¬ BUILDING AND CONTKAOT WORK Clocks Jewelry Silver aad AT THE MOST Mi Xhe Fine Razors Xo8 Platetl ware Me Speetel atteatioB given to Â¬ Â¬ Reasonable Hates Will furnish drawings plans and specifications at any time Office June22 SLDRED3EBIfl cold with tho guarantee of being the BEST Fine Pocket Knives lhatcanboMADE Domestic Sewing Macliines AND ALL KINDS OF SETTING DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES AGENTS WANTED ELDREDGE MANUFACTURING CO HK1VIDEIUE ILLS Feb-23-6- Â¬ Â¬ Irvine Street tf at his residence on Hallie SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES REPAIRIIMG Promptly doae ami la a werkBaasMfce maaner Cash S BRING IN YOUR Fine Carriages iJiilllllm Paid for 0d Gold and Silver AHTBR CHICKEN Old Gold and SILVER and get new goods for it or the Dont forget the place next deer to the Poet ofllee lUebmoml Ky jan4 lf Cholera Cure i -- ASK FOR THE G L O A S P G Remedy - - Â¬ Â¬ QUEEN AED CEESCENT ROUTE KENTUCKY 0ABBIAGE apr4 tf WORKS Proprietor Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO JOHN DONELSON Â¬ Â¬ i- orrir Â¬ Â¬ - well-known -- - Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ is more fatal to chickens than era Largest and most complete stock in all It diseases other combined But the Best Our motto Central Kentucky discovery of a remedy ihat positively Goods and Lowest Consistent Prices cures it has been made and to be con- Â¬ P CARROLL 77 and 79 W Main St vinced of its efficacy only requires a Lexington Ky jann iy trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of bottle the buyer is not thoroughly Contractor and Builder a 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 STOCKTON WILLIS mary tf aug 24 ly GRASS AND FIELD SEE IDS h TO New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the GUTHERSON LEXINGTON KY LEY STOCKTON sepffily WILLIS Oaaty PnciMPols SOM Eas ii Sontii i Agents For Madieea Where Are You GeiBg WfcendoyoHrtortT Where from How aaay party COAST- - ta year baveyoqT What anoucdoof fntofct or baggage yo prefer What rmrte Upon receipt ot aa uwnr to the afceve qoes Mora yoa will be faraigfaed tree of expoiMewrta tho lowest tt n sTintui a nUs aW time BM 2 A tbteCpm DJ ready THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC tbo important Cities of the Bontu without change ot bbXiXey5 Â¬ Morning and Niglit Trains SffpioWSSSjrS JACKS02TVILLK FLORIDA to aaswer above qaeelca abxmd eat oat aad pneerr this ooUee for ratura nfemtee It Addwaa ar become wvtaL AgmU St C H Paul Xsa TraveIers hav a choice of two kinds of SidwlBK CSr on Geseral Passenger Qnoniol ilO IILO OUeiiliU QUEEN AND CRESCENT UOUTB lBUna StegaetBCD doIr Buffet Car and Pullmans Finest Palace Buffet sleeper State Room Pattern CARS JUine twenty eigut hours TO RUNNING THROUGH Alv aP orntAriliZ PQiets i U9BU Jntattoawiueh troubla time and ra sawpenoa whereraicaxikhmv Fartiea vat Aaoii eaH ia secetaary not oUwcrain-abJelsform-B- ll Unfina Viobl nn nivsn Un LIIA mvmkmuums u ismHml tttonto oruh refiuutot Dr du 37 TrmntM feOMIMar ff OaariuitaM UAJ crlkrrats rswy v W t Atii mitu p to a2I ether mne br ipfcJVL PajUo-Beating j f U U i i - 1 ta Life BfKEHiiy WARD BEECHERr nnd r tvjitl Ir Btattmb ctrtMr JU iifo fr n c prep -- - mi dilL i iTtins I I anl2 6n iw t tf Eiauoa u - in bronurst Wonders exist In Uiooxands a Grand Central Union Depot In Cincinnati passengers hoIdlBg tickets- - vte tUB IhM t r are surpassed by tho forms BEEP marvel but luventlou Those who therefore saved ttanxfer across tna City and are assured a Joaruey altoaded Wtn Mtcinl of are la need of Drofltnblo worK that comfort and convenience ran hn dono while llvlna at liomfl hliouid Rt Us otxU once send tbelr address to Ilallett A Co- - Port Tia- Informa- land tMaine nnd receive free rfull nrt w nP Mil BbV n An Atri from J to 136 per day and uncord wherever Geseral OtSee St Paul Baltdlng West Fourth Ht Cincinnati OUo they live Yoa are started free Capital not JOHNaOAOiT UCOaRAN required boms bave ramie over 163 la a General Manager Goitoral PwwiQtr AM single day At tuu work Ausaeoeed R CARROLL RXvRYAN oy39 GsBMalSajwlnteaOect Qnmttj Asatetoat General He Nearly AU the Leading Railroads SSSdSJSQueen and Crescent W PATENTS 4 Travel gSSKK FaearfHt Falents Caveau ami Trade Marks procureii Rejected AptdtaMioea Re vived and Proseested Au basmees before the U 8 Pntml Office prompt ly attended to ftr moderate fee aa1 no obance matte unlets Patent oectrd SeMdtar Ivntnri QuhMo FRANKLIN H HOCQH roy lf Waahiuton D C Â¬ f JtV3- JmiPWll it 4 5- JiWIi - I 3BS i M fe H i E H i 1 Si I J J I I I 3 r i r u r C tu Louls iu 1S48 and irom that time to League at its tpecial meeting except tlie fonr ssjstlio served I Cor reeponcfea Climax I Kew York on June 15 yoted to ad a Confederacy us surgeon of tlie Washington June 18 SS mit all political clubs winch subscribe rBUHSD 9VJ ntuoky Regiment command- to that Platform and support ilie Dem Â¬ ORfSllE Tlie summer sei uat the National John W laid wel I anil ho we Capital was Inauj ocratic nominees ten on Saturday t POrplian Brigade commanded alter Co There is a great rush for accommo Â¬ last by the first o aitfconcert or tn nately by Gen S B Buckner- - Gen dation at Baltimore where many Marine Band nVhite T3sul tfohnC Breckinridge and Gen Joseph tlKHisflwl visitors are exiK ctcd iluriug FRENCH TIPTON At leapt IJvo thousand neo H Lewis lie has resided and practiced ElMTSKS Ww G WHITE Convention week Cluta desiring ac Â¬ pie re p reeu I in honor of theocca his profession iu RussellvIHe He Is a commodations nr liiformatkin as to re Â¬ slou Tlte marines were resplendent Keutuckiau a man of brilliant talents ntlCE PISR TKAR 5150 duced railroad fares liolrl raloe e in their new uniforms or red broad Â¬ of extensive learning and acurate t ltould apply at once to ilie Citiisonh cloth witli trimmings of gold lace aud scholarship iu all the fields of knowl V DXESDAY 1888 JUNE Committee Robert Craiu Secretary 6 it goes without saying that iu render edge nud peculiarly gifted as a practi West Fayette St Baltimore Black tltioner of medicine Ad vocale Boccaccio Creden lngseleotionsfrnm tials MkhiM also be sent to that address Hussar and other light operas inter great excitement prevails at Laurens before the Convention spened with bits of olassieal music it S C caused by the elopement of Rev - wirfss repu- Â¬ Baeb Club admitted to tbe League is fully maintained the worldeattiled to at least Ave delegates tation which this baud lias established Joe Jones brother of Rev Sam JonesÂ¬ lKBpHMWT H Ctute desking representation should fur Itself under the leadership of Sousn and Miss Bessie Farro of Cross Anbe enrolled without delay so that their The President and Mrs Cleveland chor S C Mr Joues met the lady - CLEVELAND tiBOVERÂ¬ delegates may obtain admittance at occupied seats in one of tlie open win- last summer while conducting a meeting at Laurens The mother of the Of XBW YORK the opening of the Convention An dows of the While House during the young lady was opposed to the match niKftifon for admission to the League concert aud they appeared to greatly but it was favored by ber father On nhoultl be made to flie Secretary Ed Â¬ enjoy the music The smiling face of one occasion it is said that Mr Jones ALLAN G THURMAtf ward B Whitney 07 Wall St N Y Airs Cleveland appeared to possess went to see his affianced and was met CKy greater interest for many of the stran- Â¬ Of IWW by her mother who shut the door in The Baltimore Convention will open gers present than did the music face nud refused to admit him at ivoon on July 4 in Fonts Opera Tne all absorbing topic of discussion his Mr Jones became tired of such obFOR SUBKIPP Â¬ Hoh ami will last at least two days here at present is of course the Chica stacle aud with the aid of a friend J W BALES Nearly alt tins States will be represent- Â¬ go convention which convenes secured the girl and ran away aud mar ed A few as Pennsylvania Ohio and It is estimated that more than ried her The bride left home in such Illittoi have already organized State one half of the Republicans from both Fa omwamk haste she forgot her baggage The LongHe which send delegates at large sides of tlie Capital Mill be present at give up aud T B AYKES It has been arranged mother declines totlie first itman who Tueotlters will organize themselves on the convention threatens to shoot tbe spot in Baltimore Besides settling to lay aside the tar ill bill until after puts his foot inside of the door Mr A YEAR OLD the permanent organization of the the convention adjourns in order to Jones is about 30 years of age and has at- Â¬ club system in the United States the accommodate those who desire to for some time been preaching at Lau- Â¬ Â¬ it is probable that many of Tmr Cuxax with this isma be- Â¬ Convention will be addressed by lead- tend but delayed appropriation bills rens Citizen I he long ing speakers from Washington gins its second volume having will be disposed of during the week It Col H T Noel has been in Pineville rounded out the first year of its ex Is probable that ueverbeforein the his- Â¬ prospecting and while there met n MRALP01tDS IDEAS stance We extend unbounded tory of politics wai so much uncertain- Â¬ number of prominent men with f iamks lo a generous public for an ty involved aa to probable results anrl means the excellent lion M 0 Alford of Lexington up to tlie present time it is but n con- lauds iu who had heard of six of whom exceedingly liberal jwttroHsge Garrard county Our greatest expectations have Chairman of the Democratic State jecture as to who will be likely to re- Â¬ representing a cosh capital of 200000 Central Committee has been in- ceive the nomination at Chicago returned home with him o purchase been equalled The circulation of The Climax terviewed on the situation in Never liefore were such opportunities some of our farms Col Noel went is now larger than that ot any Kentucky Below is given the for wire pulling presented at a Nation Â¬ witli them over the county and at other newspaper ever published conversation al convention and seldom if ever press hour has sold to them several of Wliat is the State Central Com- Â¬ such an opjxvnunit for the exorcise of our valuable farms among which is C in the county and ile job work the powers of persuasion nud influence Prices patronage is equal to the circula- Â¬ mittee doing consisting of 156 acres fgr Nothing of importance as yet I Many of the political workers left for 6000 cash He aIo has in prospect tion The advertising patronage expeet to call a meeting of the commit Â¬ the scene of conflict early iu the week tlie sale of several other farm which speaks for itself No handsomer editorial rooms tee sometime about the 30th of thi but a majority took their departure by will be closed iu u short lime Jell the numerous spcdal trains whicli left Pursiful as the purchaser of the Price can be found in Kentucky and month Have you deckled upon any par- Â¬ the oity on Frkley and Saturday last farm The other probable purchasers printingdepartmeut is equipTltere are not a few of the Senators are Jno F Marsee ex Sberift of Bell ped auJ manned for cvry variety ticular plan of campaign No I have not and will not decide who still favor the nomination of Mr county Wra North Jno North Mil- Â¬ of printing to be expected from a npo any plan until after consultation Blaine and venture tlte opinion that lard North and Grant North Uncle country office with tlie entire eommittee I have he will receive tlie nomination while Jack Meeler from Knox has just ar We proceed with renewed ener- iwwever general plan a mapped out in Use friends of the otiier candidates in Â¬ rived and being a capitalist will like Â¬ gymy own mind which I will submit to sist that it would be a disastrous pol ly invest Tne prospects for the Louis CJov WcOreary occupied the lite committee at its first meoting Tu icy to present Mr Blaines name to the ville Southern Railroad and the fact tlte first plaee Speakers chair Saturday He a reorganizationI think there should be convention after his second letter of that we have the cheapest aud raot of the County Com Â¬ declination productive blue grass lands in the does it so frequently that he is mittees all over the State In many The question as to the platform like- State are the causes which bring these getting to be called the Assistant counties of course there are llrst ly to be adopted has very little interest men hither and wo welcome them in Speaker Stanford Journal das committees who look zealously in the face of tlie interesting uncertain- Â¬ our midst Lancaster News The Oourt of Appeals and Su after the interests of the parly and in ty as to tlie probable nominee and tlie penor Oourt have adjourned for these counties no reorganization is de proceedings of the convention will be CONCERNING FARMERS But tne summer Jude Pryor has sirable which there are many commit watched by those who have remained tees of this cannot said and S J Embry jHrfrJ TcTb N Prewitt served twenty years on the bench w hleh need reorganization beand shak Â¬ in the city Lindsey Muse tlie 4d colored man 36 lambsjjt 3 50 Interior Journal will be re elected next August ing up badly and The Central Committee who has held the office of door keeper fall The Kansas City Times pub ispouerleea to accomplish much un- Â¬ at the office of the Navy Department The purees at the Dallas Tex 20- less ably and earnestly aided by the for more than sixty yegrsdied on Fri Â¬ trotting meeting will aggregate lished portraits and biographical 000 local committees The party leaders aketehes of Congressmen Mc in each county should see to the selec day last Though Sil administrations have changed political parties have Hon E R Sparks sold his 176 acre Oreary Breckinridge Carlisle and tion of these committees It spflHffe iuto existence and died Secre- - farm near Nicholasvilie to R H Kendall in it issue of the 3rd much more successfully done can be L bytbe of Uie2fBVy have come and gone Iusko of Braoken for 14000 wtst Democrats of the county ilMhT by tbe still Lindsey Muse was always to be Sam Young of Cumberland county The Supreme Lodge of the An Central Committee m account of their found in bis place as door keeper His sold to Ike Shelby of Lincoln 60 head sujwior kiipwieiige of local aflairs I face was familiar to all of the frequent- Â¬ cient Order of United Workmen think steers and heifers at S2o of therefore Committee of in feesston in Louisville It is i 5ranii nx pomethe Central iieriiiins uh erspast the Department Hisit mtnigry per head Columbia Herald one uay was inevents was clear and of tne larsest insurance order in thr i Virginias State Agricultural Society LWttBl CTVU111U1 WVUIUi IK H gOIIU UIIlC teresting to listen to his reminiscen- Â¬ l world having a quarter ofjH fiiH lor this reorganisation all over tlie ces of Washington of long ago will give 10000 for trotting and run- Â¬ lion of members Slate In addition to and iiieoiijunc with its widely scattered popula Â¬ ning races at its fall fair which will be lion with tlte reorganization of tlte local tion muddy streets and avenues so held at Richmond iu October The Sundry Civil Appropria eonimltteee I think there should lie widely at variance witli the present at- Â¬ tion BH reportel to the House Democratic dubs organized all over tractive dty He ban the highest res- Â¬ Tlie Kansas City Derby 1J miles to Saturday appropriates 23714 tbe Stale ami especially in those comi Â¬ pect for all the twenty seven Secre- Â¬ worth 8050 witliwinner- was won by Wheeler T second Macbeth IT S being f7SS127S less than ties having considerable sine after the taries under whom he had served and Alexandria third Time 2481 tbe regular and special estimates iHsuiter of the Kentucky Democratic couhl not at any time be led into a dis- Â¬ Trimble county Kentucky will pro and 11208257 more than the eluli of Covington I 8m going over cussion of either their virtues or vices duce 200000 bushels of peaches this to vi it that club this evening aHd be current apiropriatioiu Most of H season wlneu at fcllij per bushel will Uus increase is made up of an ap Â¬ present at their ratification of tlie St The National Bepublican con- Â¬ bring 350000 Madison Courier Louis nominees I exjtect alo lo visit propriation of 514200 for tin Congressional O A McMakiu Nelson county Library building tlte dubs iu Indiana and other States vention at Chicago is at sen with sold to O T Shields a bunch of short and an increase of 6aSG00 in tlie ami ascertain the plan of their organi Â¬ the shaft broke cattle extra nice weight appropriation for tlte expense ot zation ami work I wish a number of 1960 at 425 with 1 premium on the the United States Courts Some there dubs couhl he organized iu time NEWS PARAGRAPHS other items of appropriations are to semi delegates to the National Grace Pleveon a young woman of head Danville Advocate Convention of Democratic clubs which increase as follows National meets at Bsltintore w July 4th eighteen years drowned herself in the Walker Buokuer sold 700 bushels Soldiers Homes 1743SS Inter Ohio river at Delhi Ohio lor no ap- Â¬ of wheat Monday lo Spears Stuart at st ite Commerce Commission 50 Sometime about tlte first of September 86 cents and to same firm the first I want to get up a convention of tlie parent cause fM0 Military Posts 235000 lemoeratic clubs of Kentucky to Jacob Doll of Louisville committed eight days stripping of his blue grasi KkJ Inland Dans 275000 which delegates will be sent from ajl suicide Ill health is supposed to have seed at 20c per bushel Paris News dubs in the State By that time the Mr Irvin Railey Versailles Ky ol Iknnett II Young is em dubs aud committees will all be organ Â¬ been tlie cause G H Crokcr switching at Lairs Station sold last week to Mr While 1hatually a fast man not to be ized ami ready to li cu lie details bay Eitchburg Mass a classical in terms he may be of tbe work to be done in the last tvo Sunday morning James Gibson was gelding by a son of Messenger Chief by a freight train backing over denominated a hustler He made moutlts of the canvass I hope that killed dam by a Vermont horse for 1500 a speech at Beattyville early last in this way such a thorough organiza Â¬ him Paris Kentucken Mr Ed Tipton will leave for Califor- Â¬ Saturday afternoon and started on tion can be secured Iu this State as will Mayor Nieklin of Chattanooga nia next week to write up tlie cata his return homeward Left Beat Â¬ restore ns to our rightful majority ot Tenu was arrested and fined under tyville at 2 oclock p m and 40009 to eo000 All we want is detail- the gambling act of that State The logue of Senator Sandfords trotters Â¬ Tip arrived at Nicholaeville at 2 a x ed organisation to bring out tlie vote Mayor was caught throwing dice for He wjll be accompanied by Mrs agree- Â¬ ton and will doubtless have an Â¬ cigars making S2 miles in 12 hours Tlte reduoed majority at the last elec tlie He was at church here Sunday tion has I think tended to arouse the Solomon Strauss was dragged to able visit Lexington Gazette Thirty six head of fine trotting stock forenoon and looked as fresh as if lake warm awl over confident Demo- Â¬ death by a runaway horse he had been he had not just made a John Gil crats ami the verdict will be that the riding at Cincinnati The accident belonging to the estate of the late L L pin ride from the mountains aitd full strength of the party will be polled occurred oh oae of tlie busiest streets of Dorsey the originator of the golddust breed sold Saturday at an average of as innocent as if he had never in November tlie city about 11 oolook 71 S Cleveland u bay stallion sold persuaded a charter through a About 8 oclock Sunday morning a for 52250 Zillet a chestnut colt for Jegi8lature or whipped out tlte RAISING FOREST TREES FROM SEED freight train from Covington picked up 8000 aud several others at Si000 L K in a set to fight for tlie the lex I body of a colnren woman The Horrodsburg Democrat says M ote of city or county Nieholas- - Tlte importance of reforesting a por Â¬ wife of Joint Bell of our negro suburb ville Journal tion ot our country with young timber of Roefcerville The woman was lying T Threldkeld sold to Wm Payne his for utility dimatic and ornamental in tlie cut near Talbotts station about uew crop of wheat that be estimates at OIL WEta CLAYN llESEXATfllt purposes is a fact plain enough to S miles from touu one arm on the 1500 bushels at 100 per bushel Wm those wbo will inform themselves track crushed The engineer saw her L Reed sold to J H Dickerson 2000 In Audrain county Mo last As one of the easiest and best ways but not in time to stop As soou as bushels of new wheat at 75 cents Saturday there was a Democratic of securing the growth of young lim- Â¬ possible the train was oheoked and a Messrs Hood and Charlie Worthing primary election Among other ber is from planting tbe seed the fol- Â¬ party went to tlie woman and found ton sold to Mr George Cogar of Dan- Â¬ votes was one as to whom tbe coun- Â¬ lowing general directions are given for her quite cold showing that she had ville 800 bushels at 70 cents ty should present for State Senator the gathering and preparation of th e been dead several hours She was aged B F Patton sold to Thos Lisle 150 Audrain being given tlie right by seed for planting of some of the native about 66 years Tbe Corners verdict common sfieep at 240 each Rufus was that she had fallen from the bank Eoton bought from J H Besudeu 140 over 400 majority over hie oppo varieties of timber of our State Gather the seeds from the sugar in the night and killed before the train hogs weighing 165 pounds at 5c They nent As we have said Col Clay were shipped to Richmond Va S H ear ago in Mississippi Legisla Â¬ maple in September aud October arrived ture demonstrated his ability as a silver and red maples in May and June The grocery store ot John E Harris Oden sold to H P Thompson 501 Legislator as his brother Senator yellow and black locusts from Septem was broken Into on Monday uight aud acres of laud adjoining the city on the t M Clay has done here Paris ber to Marcli coffee nut catalpa and the safe blown open aud rifled of its South nnd partly within the town all varieties of ash from September to contents Mr Kentuckian Oitixen Harm had made n de ilmltu at 200 per acre Winchester Mirdi common mulberry August positin the bank that afternoon so Democrat and Seplemter Black and while only about jss or 30 in money was se KUPBR0K PRBDBMCX DKAD Cleveland Buffalo Roohesler Ulica walnut all varieties hickory and all cured by tlie burglar Valuable papers Albany and New York have each set Frederick III Emperor of Ger-Â¬ varieties of oaks and pines September notes and receipts were found strewn aside 5000 to be used for specials many died on last Friday Ilis and October yellow and while poplar over the yard in tlie rear of Craigs Then Rochester gives a guarantee Jitherllie great Emperor William June ret cedar from October to stable The entrance was secured by stake of f 10000 for the 230 class died less than four months ago Maidt Tlie seeds of all forest trees cutting out the lower pannel of the Hartford a 10000 purse for the 220 Tlie sou of Frederick succeeds him may be planted when they are ripe and trnelc door ana the outlre jub was so class a 8000 purse for the 2 30 class and is styled William IL Thus fall to the ground aud it is generally neat a one as to give evidence of the and u 4000 purse for 230 pacers recommended to plant in permanent fact that it was the work of an expert Springfield a 35000 purse for the 222 Germany has had three Emperors locations who was familiar witli the store class and a 5000 purse for tbe 228 almost as many months The in When it is necessary to keep seeds das and New York a S5000 purse new Emperor is only 2S years old through the winter tlie following di Â¬ Versailles Sun but has been well educated in the rections are given for the various vari- - A special from Georgetown last Sat far tiio 8 miuuto class aud a 5000 politics as well as the laws cus- eties Squire Gaines a mon purse for the 226 clas Nuts should be kept damn A terday says tom manners and every Â¬ good way is to spread them In thin estimable and widley known business A telegram from Col J W Guest thing else pertaining to Germany layers on the grouud and coyer with man of that place became suddenly announces the sale of Jack Cocks at Besides this he has the Iron sod Take them up ami plant early in and violently Insane Ills freinds Itad St Loute Saturday for 8600 Jock tolt by Har chancellor the mighty and only the spring Sugar maple whllo and noticed him acting strangly for several Cocks is a Bismarck to aid him and when litack sail should be kept in moist sand days and were at last compelled to ry OFallou out of Virginia B Dur the old chancellor shall have passÂ¬ Osage orange balls ought to be piled in bring him before Judge luvtie nud a ing his career at Mr- - Guests stable he for examination Some years ago has won five races was second nine ed away tlie jroniig Emperor beeps aud exposed to tire weather all winter Plant the seeds of all soft Mr Gains lost two children by death times ami third three times being will have attained sufficient Â¬ sulisequently a third which so knowledge of government to hold maples and poplars as soon a gathered ami on bio mind that it suddenly prey plaoed therefore ssvouteen limes in gave twenty five starts His winnings last Keep hi soak for a considerable length ed tJermany in her high place among He was universally esteemed as i ear amounted to 5875 Mr Guest of time or seald before planting the way the great nations of the world seeds of locusts coffee nuts and red an honest man and good citizen and was offered 12000 for Horon but de Â¬ Plant w seeds deeper than his many friends throughout Central clined to sell him Danville AI vocate F DEMOCRATIC cedar LBA0CB NATIONAL Kentucky will regret his sad fate The one lnchiu the ground CLUBS Corn Ss selling at 4 per barrel here Let all begin lo gather seeds at once unfortunate gentleman has been taken and noue on the market The crop of to the Asylum at Lexington OrgaHfaaUoBB JolnJiMr tbe KatHMtil and the diflerent varieties as fast us biue grass seed promises lo be only an Dr J W Byrne of RussellvIHe line average oae The grass la not tall have they ripen Do not delay until next Xieague of Democratic end Walk- Â¬ heretofore been reqnired te subscribe to seatoii Begin now Investigate the received from Gov Buokner his com Â¬ but the seed will t4 hea vy a speelfie declaration of principles subject ami you will find there is no mission as Superintendent ot tiie Cen Â¬ er Buckner sold 700 bushels of Wheat A H LooANt tral Asylum at Anchorage Dr Byrne Mouday to Spears Sluartj - at S6 These itrinclples having boea In sub time to be KyBtatcEorestry Association was graduated from the University of eeuts and to same the first eight stance incorporated Jh lue St Leak AT THIS CLlJBXfg the Executive Committee TIIECATim i Climax Printing 1 MATRIMONIAL DEXINGT0N daylSMnppingof blinBrass seedif 20 cemsper busheLUjHMr C Ale s Marriage licenses i Andrew G Tlllet anderAold sevcuil ltundred bush els of tyrte latest style in cucumbers here is Elizabeth Brock B Frank Hawcs Miss wheat Wednesday tus the Ml SterN woniiong in tne stomacn ing flouring millsrat 03 cjents deliver- Â¬ iThc Louisville Southern and Kentucky Fannie Freeman James Lowery Martha ed at Hutchinson from his farm near Union will make a trunk line through A Walfqcr by Bourbon New8 Prof Wm H Morton of Winchester Lexington Ky and Miss Sue Van Lear of Shrevc M T TbrelkeldsoidPlast week to The Phoenix Hotel i now under re Louisiana will be married Wm- Payne his new crop of wheat J pairs and will soon come out in her new port The groom is wdl known here be that he estimates at 1500 bu3liels at dress suit of fancy paint and ornaments ing a former C U student and the bride Wm L Reed sold to SI per bushel i m FOUND AT TIIE CasL Grocery OF I -- Â¬ - -- Â¬ Â¬ J H Democratic Ticket Â¬ Dickerson 2000 bushels of new Robert Robaids 75 cents sold his farm of 195 J acres and crops lying near Harrodsburg thereon Junction to C J Galtskill for 310000 cash and bought of G P Turner his place or 206 in the West Eud of Boyle at S40 per acre The place is situated threo miles from Perryvllle adjoining thelands of Chas McDowell Nelson Wingate and others Harrodsburg Democrat wheat at Since Gilmores band has left here the Lexington band is ashamed to come to the front any more and is keeping quiet J H Edwards of the Commercial Col- Â¬ lege has been quite sick for several days but is np again and resumed his course of instruction There is plenty of strawberries in town yet and the striving young physicians are gaining a wide reputation as to their skill- Â¬ ful treatment Â¬ Great excitement was kept up here for several days over the L S R R election Corn isdooking very jvell for the time and the grand jury is making it hot for some of the boys at present of year J MSmith of Stokes Bridge S C Robert Winn while running fell on the ground and broke his arm just above came here a few weeks ago to Smiths College to take short hand and the elbowi but instead of that he has taken C M Gum has got in a field of com mumps measles and whooping coughand that got so weedy and briery that when you bet they make a nice combination he had them cut he had to have them A young man of Mill street who had piled before he could plow it been out late for several evenings came The overseer of the Blue Bank Road along last night at an early hour stopped called his hands together the other day and leaned up against the gate of his best for the purpose of fixing a mud hole girls yard fence talked sweetly for some- Â¬ They put some brush in and threw some time and soon fell over asleep and was mud and rocks on top of the brush they taken into custody by the police and es- Â¬ put some ciders over it but forgot to salt corted to jail it and it spoilt Next time he had better NOT AFFECTED BY AGE be more careful BLUE RANK type-writ-i- Â¬ BOONE Â¬ Samuel Shearer sold to the Blount Bros two nice young cows for 25 each Mr and Mrs Will Stahel of Versailles were with their mother Mrs Lisle last week Corn and gardens look very well in this vicinity frost having done very little damage R C Boggs carries on more work than any man in this end of the county He runs five plows besides corn thinners weeders etc Â¬ Â¬ During the storm on Saturday evening lightning struck the corner of Mr R C Boggs barn and killed three hogs No other damage wa done A prominent Squire from Red House was here last week and during the dav crobsed the river on the railroad bridge On his return lie was very much fatgiued was asked by a lady if he could use a little nice wine He said of course7 it neverJutdiiurt him yet had never failed to make him well and immediately he was well IRVINE Mrs Mary Moore has returned to old home v Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ her 1 Several old Mexican soldiers met here last Monday Mr Clay Lilly has returned home from Richmond College Capt Chiles and wife from Missouri are visiting this place Professor Talbott closed his school day causing many sad hearts Mrs D home from to- Â¬ Some old specimens of Royal Baking Powder that had been kept on the shelf of a grocery store for ten years were re- Â¬ cently tested by Professor Schedler of New York for the purpose of measur- Â¬ ing the loss of strength they bad under- Â¬ gone It was found that al tough the powder had been exposed to atmospher- Â¬ ic changes during all this time for it was nut in air light cans IU loss of rais- Â¬ ing powder being practically as good as the day It was put up This is a most valuable quality in baking powder one which few possess Most powders if not used when first made are found to be ineffective If kept even a few weeks they lose their leavening power become lumpy or caked and valueless This is particularly the cose with bread preparations or baking powders made from phosphates This superior keeping quality in the Royal arises from the extraordinary care iu its manufacture and the scientific principles employed lu its combination The articles used in its composition are thoroughly dried by heat before being compounded and so prepared and coated as to prevent the action of the acid upon the alkali prematurely or except under the in- Â¬ fluence of heat or water necessarily used in cooking or baking The Royal Bak Â¬ ing Powder Is now used extensively in Australia Africa and other low lat- Â¬ itudes where it has been found to be tbe only baking powder that will with- Â¬ stand the hut moist atmosphere with- Â¬ out deterioration late nastor of the Presbyterian church Win chester and sister to Mr John Van Lear recent graduate of the University Mr RM Shaw the young railroad agentat Fort Estill this county left home on Tuesday going North On Wednes- Â¬ day Miss O Hie Gregory of the same vi Â¬ cinity left home ostensibly to go to Dan Â¬ ville for tht commencement On Thurs Â¬ day tbe couple were married in Cincinnati They returned to Kentucky and went out to Alexandria in Campbell county the home of the grooms parents Miss Fannie Freeman of Richmond Ky and Hon B F Hawes of Oakficld New York were married at the home of the bride at noon on Thursday June 14th 18S8 Rev E Fonnan D D officiating After lunch the couple left for the East Miss Freeman was at Chautauqua two The years ago and met Mr Hawes marriage was kept a profound secret and a great surprise was the consequence es- Â¬ pecially as the lady had eschewed society and devoted her time and attentions to teaching and investments She had ac cumulated with her own efforts some ten or twelve thousand dollars Mr Hawes has gotten an excellent wife and every- Â¬ body hopes he will make equally as good a husband The marriage of Mr W M Bright the solid and popular young teller of the National Bank and Miss Farmers Lula McKinney who is as captivat- Â¬ ing and as attractive as she is lovely in person was solemnized at the residence of the brides grand parents Mr and Mrs Richard Cobb Tuesday afternoon at 6 her former preceptor Eld John Aug Williams officiating The couple entered the decorated parlors attended by J S Hocker and Miss Katie Phelps J T Craig and Jvliss Mary Brown J B Pax ton and Miss Mary Robinson P M McRoberts and Miss Mary McKinney and John Bright and Miss Minva Phelps and during the ceremony stood grouped in a most artistic manner Following hearty congratulations the guests were conducted to a bountiful and beautiful spread of substantial and luxuries which were discussed it length at tables After the entertain- Â¬ ment was over Mr and Mrs Bright were driven to town where they took rooms at the Myers House sensibly omitting the bridal tour and yesterday Mr B was at his post in the bank as if the most important event of his life had not occurred within twenty four hours The popularity of the young couple was shown in lavish bridal presents some very useful and all co6tly and ornamental We join in the general feeling of congratulation and trust that their married life will be as happy and bright as their lovers enthu- Â¬ siasm has pictured it Stanford Journal is a daughter of Rev M Van Lear tete-a-tx- AKlH6 POWDER This powder never varlss A marvel of purity strength and wnolewmcnus More economical limn the ordinary kind and In competiUoti tflth Uremul cannot be Mni testshortlwelshialumorphos Utndesotlow phate powders Sold only fn cans Kotai DAKUiU rUNVM dy ees3 ON North Second Street A full and complete stock of STAPLE AND FANCY Absolutely Pure w4n i GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned Goods Crreen and Dried Fruit - -- - jlyi iy Fl BLUE GRASS FftRM In Sight 0 offer for Sale FOR SALE Richmond and plenty of every thing in my line This house is Having Decided to go West I Privately My Farm CoHtaiDiDg About 545 Acres Lying in less than Three quarters of a mile of the City Limits and in sight of the Male and Female Colleges Also in plain view of the city clock Said land has npon it mm Business A- - Strictly CASH Basis A First Class ient rooms Residence Â¬ Containing 13 good and conven- feet residence and liarn new All necessary outbuildings Good an4 tf Orchard Ice House and two good old fashioned Houses and one Tenement House23 living springs All fencing good Farm mostly LEADS THE WOULD in crass This is one of the best 5500 In GoM for Omral EnpfrW- - C Stock Grain and Grass Farms in r cinnati Iiulustri JlIwI n the County besides being the best lull trial and IatK t eS Drovers Stand between Lexington R and the Cumberland Gap The purchaser can do business and educate his children in the City and all take their meals at home This is no sham advertisement The first one making me a reason- Â¬ able offer will be the lucky man Will Sell as a Whole or Divided reerles3 Traction ami Fortalue and Creamery Domestic I also have a few of the best Engines POLAND CHINA PIGS ever in Engines Steam Gang Tlows The the County for Sale Careful ex- Â¬ 661301 Thresher and Cleanr- Pate tVar amination by parties solicited a I Lou 1 m mi One hundred good stock cattle for sale Ward robes Closets Pantries and Cellars to suit all of Modern Styles A Barn 68x50 The hest goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOUSE A TRIAL 1 PEERLESS S 7-- J H BOGGS HH - 1 - Â¬ k RELIGIOUS Rev Mr Crawford of Campbellsvilie preached at the First Presbyterian church last Sunday Special ratesfor Ice Cream for pic- Â¬ nics and other parties S Dinixli 52- - Latest bnproTed and chrrst Sur 312 market Send for catalogue to Â¬ Ice Cream Soda Water at 5 cts per glass at S DiNELLls 3I1NNES0TA FLOUR 52- - Â¬ to three-year-o- ld The First Presbyterian church on last Made from the celebrated Minnesota Miss Doie Burton of Kirksville is Sunday called Rev Wm Preston of hard wheat Best in the world Give it visiting her sister Mrs Robert Smith Virginia He has not decided a trial W M Blount is agent for Rich- Â¬ Our little town was blest tlii morning The Mormons have bought 40000 mond apr55 tf 13th with a small but refreshing shower acres of land in the State of Chihuahua LIVE STOCK HABSET ESPOST Miss Mabel Bergman has returned Mexico for colonization purposes By IXJPER DATER fc CO home from Louisville where she has been One hundred and fifty Mormons were attending school landed at New York Tuesday by the Livo Stock Commission Merchants at CIncIn nail Union btoelc Yards aud Covington Stock Yards Major Lane of Sand Hill was found steamer Wisconsin from Liverpool dead this morning Heart disease and old In Jessamine the meeting at Nonesuch Cincinnati Ohio June 18 i88S age caused his death closed with 57 additions making 100 ad- Â¬ SHIPPING CATTLE Professor Talbott and school went up ditions since last fall Their new church Good to Extra 4 oo 5 00 Fair to Good the river to have a picnic to day all just finished cost 2000 and is furnished 4 75 4 85 Common and Rough 4 00 4 50 having their baskets filled widi refresh- Â¬ The State Sunday School Convention Good to Extra Oxen 4 25 4 50 ments The shower cast komelittlc gloom of the Christian church is in session in Fair to Good Oxen 3 75 4 00 over the party still they had a gay picnic Winchester A large number of persons Common and Rough 2 50 3 00 from Madison county went over yester- Â¬ BUTCHER CATTLE COLLEGE HILL Good to Extra day and to day 4 60 4 75 Fair to Good 4 j 4 50 A campmeeting under the direction of Extra Fat Steers Born to the wife of A W Williams 4 60 4 75 the National Holiness Camp meeting As Fair to Good Steers 4 25 4 50 on the 12th Inst a daughter Good to Extra Cows sociation will be held on the Silver Hills Mies Mattie Rupard of Clark spent a back of New Albany commencinff Tulv Fair to Good Cows 3 75 4 00 Common Cows 2 oo 2 75 part of last week in the Bend 6 and continuing until August 6 x Rough Cows and Oxen AT Bergman has returned a visit to Louisvillet mmmnkQ Summer Tours Pa jice SrcAMcr3 yenr Trip p GEISER MANUPACTrKIXG CO XSYS53MS nursst cc w enco XT wast apents and taTita corres apr2 6m tf 3 tie BEAUTIFY YOUR LXWhh Low Rates DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND HjmrrUIa BtJnM Chebcrna- - Alrcii liarcn OvmxU Sand Bwh Pan r Weelc Xtlrmn DETROIT AND CLEVELAND 8oJil Snndy Trip dnrlag July nd Angus OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS Xxounlott be ruaulu Xtj sod your TldutTiekota wmftddrMm by Azeat or E B WHITCOM8 Gtm P Amkt Detroit CI2T2 fit Clair OriUnd Kons llirtsa Etott Wesk Dr Sctirwa dtj jjjjjk 1 a Xatante March 22 87 land Stain HaTigatlon MICH Co FOLDING LAWN SETTEE DETROIT apr2 Cm iTHATFJSHT CV Simoon St Louts Propr MASlmiaonaLiTRMsitcineBud The Peer of all lawn Seats Above cut represonut oar patectad Settee The only Setteeever made thtt will adjust itself to uneven groori light durable handsome and strong Painted bright red and ornamented Prices Settees J1SO and 230 Chairs S150 Rockers taOO each They all fold fiat If your dealer dont keep them ask him to order for 70a from A2Z2XCAH FOLDUm CHAI2 CO 1301 to 1323 N The Original Wins 400435 2 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ three-year-o- ld p Â¬ W Rev Haryey Glass D D who has been sojourning with his family in Dan- Â¬ Miss Mary Griffith of Winchester is ville recently has accepted the call from the Somerset Presbyterian church for visiting her mothers family here one half his time at 670 Danville Ad- Â¬ Mr J E Miller spent much of las vocate week jUst across the river Wonder Rev W F Wilson a prominent Meth whats up odist divine was arrested in Toronto for Miss Mattie Griggs went over to Tulip refusing to move on The reverend in Clark county on a visit last week gentleman was waiting for a street car Bob was along too He was dragged to a patrol box a Mr S Fs- - Norris lias returned home patrol wagon summoned and he from Lawrence Kansas where he has was hustled in and taken to the police station The Methodists are indignant been attending school over the matter and the Theological Mr G S Williams has bought a Hue Union has passed a resolution resenting it grass farm on the river above Ford and will remove thither next fall A Case of Deafness Cnrcil Mr John Combs who went to Kansas Office ot Shaw Baldwins Whole 1 last spring te settle and grow up with the sale Notiou House Toledo O Dec 11 1879 J country has returned on better terms Co F J Cheney Toledo O withole Kaintuck Dear Sirs About three months ago Rev F Grider was about last week noticing a letter addressed to youiu engaged in a union of meetings at Owens the Bee from Gen SIcviu In reference Chapel He was assisted by Rev L P to the cure ot his eon by the use of Hanks of Williamsburg Halls Catarrh Cure we were induced to commence the use of it for our FORD aauguier iMeiue now ruurteeu years Samuel Blount section master is at his old who has been suffering from ca- Â¬ tarrh for about eight years during home near Carlisle which time she has been treated by one Things here are fast becoming dull no of the best physicians in the city We tide being the cause bavo also tried the use of almost all the Judge Rice better known as Mr known remedies for catarrh with no George spends all his idle moments hur Â¬ more success than temporary relief Many uiuhts we have laid awake to ried in his law books1 Miss Annie Marshall died at her brother-in-l- hold her mouth open to keep her from strangling Her hearing bad also be-Â¬ aws John McDonald on Wednes- Â¬ come afiected We were afraid that day the 13th of brain trouble she would never recover We have Miss Mabel Bcrginamwho has been at- Â¬ uow used six bottles of Hails Ca Â¬ tending school at XouUvilk passed Coke and we believe Nellie to through here enroute for her home at be entirely cured In a few days nfter Irvine commencing tlie use of It we noticed a Samuel Shearer Jr attended religious decided change for the better and from service here on sst Sunday the first time that right along she bos improved he lias gone to church on purpose for fif until now she breathes us easily as any one She sleeps well and her hearing tccnyears is perfectly good We feel that the C N Swlnford operator and agent disease is entirely removed We write here spent a day this week with his par- Â¬ tills unsolicited letter feeling that It Is ents who reside at Berry Ky on the K due you and with the hope that others X extension may be benefitted In like manner We Miss Lizzie Post of Fairbault Minn can hardly realize that such a diange who has been Vith friends herd sometime could be afiected In so thort a time will soon return home accompanied by nfter battling with the disease so long Mrs G A Kelly We are still using the remedy at inter Â¬ Miss Lena Kelly who has been with vals as It seems to buildup her system her sister Mrs J W Howard for the Yo i are at liberty to use this In any past three months returned to Tier home manner you see proper We are yours truly near Irvine last week MR and MRS 8 BALDWIN The strawberry supper given by the 220 Fran kliti Avenue Presbyterians and aided by all denomh SqId by J J Brooks 76c nations was a decided success Tlie tables may 23 Ira were loaded with everything that was deÂ¬ -licious and the people were delighted Fresh Vegetable always to be tound at Cleared between 35 and 40 W M Blounts First Street apr5 tf -- Mr William Mellon and wife went to Winchester on a visit last week BULLS Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers Best Shipping Best Bologna 2 75 2 50 2 25 75 2 60 2 40 3 00 2 oo FEEDERS AND STOCKERS 3 50 2 75 3 25 2 25 for 47 years liroiossnojr Hiuovsxkss DTSrsrsiAtCX HXABACXXLecT ArnrriT Socx Stomach Etc t o ncims rotor JU H ChnitkAdimTcnn writes MI Ithlnk I should hsTe been dead but ior your benuuie M A Sim moos Lirtr Medicine I have sometimes had to substitute flw ZeiUns stuff for your Medi ftatrj cine but it dont aaswer the cured Â¬ s Court mtxats I AQSImmons 14t by trRmiUCTsfdhis Zeilla IS63 M A S L M HZUhPropr JflJhu Ilain IT IITJIS Ke 41 15 St purpose urares tJt j Atttrt VmmmIU Editor 73 Common and Thin Stackers COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 35 oo40 00 Fair to Good 33 oo33 00 Common 15 oo2o 00 49 40 Best Veal Calves 4 75 5 00 Fair to Good 4 oo 4 50 Common and Heavy 3 00 3 50 SPRING LAMBS Extra 6 65 65 Common to Good 3 51 3 4 5 Guard against burglars and fire by pur Â¬ HOGS Select Butchers 80 chasing a burglar proof and fire proot 5 75 Fair to Good Packers 5 40 7 75 Good to Extra Lights 5 50 5 65 Light Pigs 0 5 2 Roughs and Scalawags 3 50 4 00 Eery merchant every fanner evtry business 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 irom all harm at small expense THE CARY SAFE CO 22 West Eagle SU Buffalo N Y I will sell to the highest and best SwPOne of the Carey- - safes can be bidder on seen at The Climax office 51 25 3 00 2 50 3 75 Ueciane sod haTe used half of it It works like a charm I waat no mtct ncewaior ana ccr no mors of ZeJlas nuxtuie To send us BP v urn 40 cents for one of our j- - BlMSaiFHE B h HUH WREKGHES Light Handy aad Bsronjr irB Oetwear and Ca kit Ordinary V reaches j YOU WANT AsEiiBicir to Tom Lot for Sale TM lirt cessfets T a Rootrood nuaTe sfflj ss fqor fnterefeawreable Wades 3chfael8uteattH a pavked taaecat r 4 box ThUtpulte eowteMb aseul rrerrTier s e m the teP aremtd Hie bouse at the the form SHtfrcmrxxrtt t f 160 Household S D Set fer Ask Your Iocal Dealer them ira adan If he has not got them he irni Rtt Stud ttnmp fur o r tUiat ated c ELUUGH ft CO 51 2L Wednesday June 27 Terms easy -- 88 a lot or ground on Estill Avenue Sale positive and without reserve 2 C tarrh The Bonds iamim In iwvwmii rr in scription of Madison county to Louisville jiu nmiuc Residence for Sale orReot April July andnauroaa aue m reuruary October 1887 and 1888 will be paid on maturity at the Madison National Bank Richmond Ky I wish to sell privately or rent tbe tf C D CHENAULT Com new two story CCHRISMAN Mi Pinntsvlllo Conn Co Bids I FRAME RESIDENCE on Second Street In Richmond Ky next to the Maj 8 Turner property Five rooms two halb 2 story porch and verandas aud all necessary inchidinij stable Good cis Â¬ tern Lot 60x200 feet House nud nil buildings new tbuildings 1- - GEORGE H MYERS RellaMe aud Active Men to an ivitubilshetl House auriuc thetravel for summer mouths Those who can mm Uh a horse and gtve security preferred Money advanced monthly to pay expenses A groat for the right men State ge oaiaes busmen experience and to save time better send names and address of references No atten Â¬ tion paid to postalteards Never mind about AMress BUSI Â¬ K5ilsttnmP IrtBply-- Vn 11 6T-Richmond NESS WANTED Tha BITTERS CV J3S U iasaed March and Sept nisaaeneri each Iclopedia ol uMltol Sa2- R it ohn Etir 9 ctea tho loxnres or u necessities or hX Jf caa clothe ynt and furnish you all tho necessary ant onnccoss appUaaees to ridoTjaJl dsaeeewi eat Ssh hunt work p to chorea or stay at homo aad is rarrous styles end quantitios Just what tsiequired to do cH those ihP a CWSFBBTABLI and you estimate o the tsIuo of the sent sf SCJf bo GUIDE trhieh wfll receipt of 10 cents ti pay sh W W ir fisfl iS 111 1M MONTGOMERY VNARD KJehicua Avenue C2uca thftllOr mcb3i6fB seuc opened 1 s ton Attlanlbotae and Utaajow consist b farm land of the very highest qua J ofiportaaHies for making monev hcrei Kreftter llwn anywhere ehe in the ta State This utti time to to and secorT location Vor rates Maps or other lalajj I ikmi Aooress v n WAiKxx agenicK V H Ky S ram I am ready to receive the taxes due Iho Slate and Comity for the year 1888 Your property is subject to advertise Â¬ ment and sale without levy after tha 1ST DAY OF JULY and of 52 will be added to each list ao adverÂ¬ tised As my term of office expires on the 1st Monday la January 89 and I want to collect up in full by Hint time therefore I mut collect wblle tha weather is good Please make arrange Â¬ ments to pay your taxes at once and A SHVH tmt nf nonalln and greatly oblige TAXES rii 1111 tm 4 lOMlMVwnf mrr tas stTnffis2K If f i nearureni raira ir ri Mile Puliit Bitielli VOICE CULTURE AND SONG Summer term of ten week For term c address care of Mn L C Fox Smith Ballard Street Rlshrnond Ky i i Wth her stock dafrr and train irodBea n a analty imnioiHSg wori that can be performed ail r3ri- eeuutrr vlthoat xAnaruiim- - the oLS from thrr homes Far liberal any f85 ww m mti tuner sex younsor special abMHy rwrtrtred fapllsa notfjfr i otj nsrtws tree viBi u ou j as and ve win sest yoa free sos- - --j H efaeatvahKi aad ha ports Bee to roo - a Minnesota Leads tha World NBDEATHBRAGJS iiZZOSXU - ot 5eB a JBMUBf VrtJJJtty AKterSoekK Zt UC99CW B j j j J saUMBHHaesasroe MANTroiA a WrT s HIT esBxraa Oa ABgK aralrtes ss I Siaite -- St 3S ESSiliflfi i fiMt- - -- - m 3SRK40MKPBHnRHMfiftfMM49 jgirwmieBMK MjmjiyHimmimmimn e f ifr 3 I PrmtS would enjoj your dinner a14 aroTTentedb7D7S Tablets 0 Ackers Tiirv ra TxiStivo cure for DtsmikU In ifef jtrKF Flitulenqr and Constipation 0vFDY txJuJj imA digestion 3them 25 radCO cents V e roannte and MiBHiW wnjiavsliel MylchniS StcieTf kcHlrcraltite PiW by W G- - Whhe Pegcrlptlon cofcmenceiheot to dny Dudley -- Wiemlstry Harris has Jbist Jr It GIbsou Professor of Chcinislry C U-- paiseu CWgglst Sffta of exierlcnoe Hi -Chemhtfy 3 C Bedlrtger through Richmond on Saturday He H 4jtj ttlul 111 Ji f C I UaKlf Id ia VUi unby it atar left Phjtcj Ji W Dihiban Pliyslblogyj rhaVirig a Geological tour of eastern kert Among tile Nortkrn Lakes te Kwat uflhrtweHty or thirty who organic J V Duncan Latljjj V B fimtlslolJ lUEky ftast Terinessefej tfesierr North cf Wlsconslu Minnesota lotta Mh rliMimiK g cetifined- tnt tlw Madison County Teaohers Inst- Calculus J A Wpglit Betessny Carolhia and will proceed to w u it soifrl and Dakota Are hundreds of de-Â¬ itute Jeeanber 187Q We can assure for AilaiilJg Uer Lraomitlflux ret r S annah lightful place whefe ode can pass llie iiiroJly6CQKyJ LJe W Shevtniuker Highest aVeraRe In Judge Durham tho first Comptroller of summer months in rfnlet rest snJ ec Miss Matiie Peyhw all studies J R Gibson English J the end return home and Mr Durham gave om a serious illness oih It August atjUCbMluue probably A Johnson Gteeuleaf prize J M the Treatury their residence J139 Pennsyla jbyment and term completelyatrejuven- Â¬ heated of the defeated Ihe wn moutlw Asher Highest average u the de Â¬ reeeptidn at The tiwn nine of vania arcnue Saturday night to the ated Each recurring season brings to partment of Greek A 3i Spencer Mondays oase nall t0 TJ iiluc U Beaver Waukesha Comptrollers office Oconomowoc iitfU2rKMa4 Diplomat eonferrjpg the degree of clerks in the first i arid a number of biher friends to celebrate Dam Fronlensc Okobojl Hotel St ArnoW WgHl IHreo Lt 1u too Jute 8aheoroTArti Mr AVer 7nr barnpbell of t t It U c iM of ln3f tt Ikfelng Loute Lake Mlbuetonka White Bear TOT Barn S 1MIIU Mifrbiseiprn Jhtm P Fergiu Ten- Â¬ Uie annn ersary all the clerks of all grades male and fe- Â¬ Excelsior Springy and Innumerable R W iMraer of RuKwIlville nessee J 40C- Butler ro iKyjIfc W iHHle QmM Chlf of the John A WJohnson Harrison Lebauon male to the number of fifty or sixty at-Â¬Â¬ other cnarmlng localities Willi bestÂ¬ Albert Arkansas ne new Tue Rcnmoau rair win tended and the gentlemen clerks were ac amMJSm-rlvexlyes-Irfmantic names thousands of our 5 I 1 V Iigsn Jshelbyville t Robert H u iuWiyi ifc r c3 hVttnital vUitlo the MeCreary Richmond Richard V companied by their wives Those friends people whose winter homes aro on uyg Migu tHb Msaa of Tne --dSy He met A Miller Hlchuiond Almon E Spencer who are outside the Treasury Department either side of Masou and Dlxous liUf I Allen Burttfylmyel TltBnnfa Lodge Ko 6tj last idglit Vineirte1eYMkvfd AL Bweels tttlaa and iho participated in the fiive occa Elegance and comfort at a moderate WtlberHuls and A list of fw Silver Creek bejhtowxi JJpeliolor of Science John sion included many prominent in official cost Jan be readily obtained Jo Lawieueeoarg ami opened a He wW leave Ut AtrrMowii and Keene where he will C Betlinger Boone county Lailney and social circle --Miss Phnmie Stealey summer homes with all necessary in- Â¬ oifeclionery daughter of the correspondent Of the formation pertaining thereto is being JUtitb hb annual visit- - The State Clay Richmoud Albert B Cook Courier touay ami io morrw GiwFJSodgflWJliiAitlH ilirtluiwH Journal and Miss Martha Dur- Â¬ distributed by the Chicago Milwaukee Cynthiaaa Thomas H Nelson p M college earaptts iitwitBetm Jhu aStlt 1888 He reports the Order ry Btation RoWert- - O Wallace Ber ham grand daughter of the Comptroller St Paul Railway and will be sent Chat V Ia the Btatelnaproffierouaoodllkn tanoogaTeuu J Miller Ward Oyn made their debut at the reception last free upon application by letter to A V iv night The feature of the party was the H General Passenger Carpenter SK Mary Logan received thiana Mi Prf P-- H SultivaH m itHteasrtettMyi may2 2m bandana The refreshment table in the Agent Milwaukee Wis 10 the awl BeyflM department diplomat in Greek and m m Spwitor John Benaett Meenre A R philosophy Mr Walker Mason re- Â¬ rear parlor wis decorated with bandanas V things of this Of the good Vakeeijr Kansas in lieu of ordinary napkins and every VWVMV w UIo 0 sorrowfully let mMML R BriMim Jaraesinl WillMw ceived certificates uf gradUatiou in guest took his bandana napkin with him Ackers alone on account of Dyspepsia rge H Myers deaires te seil lienuett Miss Mary JlBrtiMHt llr Ge and HUe physics mathematics philosophy aud Every lady too took her bandana Dyspepsia Tablets will cure Dyspepsia or rent his new rtsMenee Mi becotid Jtlary Hume represent altheational English Master of Arts Mr W Indigestion and ConVtipatlcn sold on ft auveriinriitoiiu positive guarantee at 25 and 60 cents by R Shackelford RetMiUJIeati Omveilon in Chloago of this city The deftrt THIN COLUMN W U White Prescription Druggist The convention over eimtor J3en gree of Dootor of Divinity was confer- Â¬ the French filly won eaond money nett Mr A It Baraam Mr James red upon Rev W R Marquis of Mis- Â¬ third Durkee by DleiaUtr w A sly young man went all the way to tnat are fretful peerisn fxVv Bennett TVlit Bnrimin and Mis Hume souri and Rev N M Woods of South Georgeton n one day last week only to be VX3XVfe er03S or tjoobied with m rccy at H Parts trots laxt wek p will proeeed to tho Pad Re const by Carolina The degree of L L D was slaughtered Teething Pains or Windy Colic Mr John B Clieiiaalt and wife have wajnof JJMver Salt Lake San Fran- - conferred upou Judge Win Lindsay can bs relieved Stomach Disorders Young man dont ask for what you at once by using Ackers Babr Soother ltutBrning they will inelude removed ti town for the summer ami oiwe I Ministerial Theological Institute dont want for you may get it even a It contains so Opium or morphine Minneapolis St ks occuw ina rooms at Dr JeaHlHgs Porttaiid Iletena bene is safe Price 25 cents Sold by m i Co want 60000 Paul Mllwaaketf nl Uw Heveralnin The colored Methodists are holding a drhe to Lexington W G White Prescription Druggist K iker Griggs -- Owtomo-woe session of the above named institution mer reotte of Mrniatinka m It is reasonable to presume that Mr jteUtlscf whsatdeHwredat Fort Ks- AVatikeha jStc It it a great tmtr inHichmnnd Rev A H Ross P E Shaw had for some weeks been consulting Half Fare Exenrsions It DtTircaiuiou isHver Orttk Paint t aiwignoit thatfitw jteojile in a lifetime of Danville presiding It began yester- Â¬ the Gregorian calendar The C I St L C By Kankakee ILicb aud Point LeaveM day and will conclude to morrow A ever 1iave an opportunity tof making The man who habitually asks is this Line will sell round trip tickets to large number of visitors present The IIichimiih four page uro Ths many points In Minnesota Dakota nature and objects of the Institute can hot enough for you r has been noticed Nebraska Kansas Arkansas Texas Painful Accident gram pniueu ai ijik uiaxax orace lurUng in the vicinity of late Yesterday morifiiiga JIiesi3llie be gathered from the program hereun- Â¬ fjr Bera College ComuaencemeHt to and New Mexico at One Fare for the Hukill the tailor up stairs is a sign at Pattte JVIilIef 1 ughters of Mr der given Round Trip Excursion dates for Ihe ttiat an Immense dav dtmnnstrates There is but one God by Rev J in a neighboring town Some funny fel Robert Miller yere driving into the West North west and South west are uiltuce is exiiected low pasted a piece of paper over the first Payne yard of Mr Thomas Baldwin the HD March 20th April 3 and 24th May 3 There Is but one living God by two letters EigUteen cars of Mock from the Stan - horee frigliteiied ran overturned the and 22nd June 5 and 19th 1558 Lrl Braach poceil tlmmgli Riabnioud buggv aud threw Uie occupants otit Rey C Canen A gentleman went oil a journey and Tickets will bo good tor return thirty The Bible tho only rule of faith Five ears went tram Mies Pattie ocapod whh liglit injury on Saunlay left a young man to keep ihe robbers out days except to Texas and Arkausas Wagew ship- - but Miss Sariiie was painfully if not by Rev J T WHson K Jimoiid on Monday of his house The young man stole the which will be good sixty days For Is the law of Moses binding on confiding absentees daughter pel 2 care of lambs yesterday eerioHsly hurt about the heail BJie full information please apply person- Â¬ was Hueonsetons for a time but im Â¬ Clri tiaii by Rev S Crawford C ally to nearest agent C I St L Â¬ The minister i ho prayed on last SunMa Iarse BredeHI the vooaHsi who proved perceptibly The Omnipotence of God by Rev toward evening day night that the Lord sec that we Ry concert here some weeks ago Abhy k jin Tliee old gentle horses are the wild Â¬ J C Tucker G W P A 121 Ran Â¬ by Rev E have no pet dogma and stopped in the dolph iat5 hk with Mrs L C Fox for est v hen they do get exeited He had The Eternity of God St ChlcagQ III middle of the last word to clear his throat t etamiutT and has a vocal class seen 8 tuousami nog at least aim Johnson C 8 LaFolfette W P A LaFay da e up of the best Fingers In town never before scared at one BontIy TheOmniscience of God by Rev came near precipitating a sensation ette Ind Mi s Campbell the exquisite Vnealiet a romuruWy geatlelior was led near W Buckner A young lady Volunteered to go down Cor J H Martin t P A S is a pupil of Mine Bredelti The Omnipresence of God by Rev street and purchase a pound of a certain Washington and Meridian Sts Indian- Â¬ Mr J S OwlHnss fine Iiearee ami kind of sugar for the lady whom she was apolis Ind without Any pniVficathui whateyer J H Abie Tli dath of young Vielor WherriU There is but one true God by Rev visiting She had never been shopping kicked a SS6 rdate plass out of the sWe Tkt John Egan Gen Passr of Lancaster wliton oeourred last R Davis for groceries before Armed with a two Agent Ciuclnrinnati O MonJay alternoou llMiugh expeotel ofthe Iieare The Divinity of Christby C B dollar bill site made the purchase and 21 mar 3m fjr s line dajs caosed a good deal of Harris laid down tlie bill with tlie query is that Cuttle He was a yeuog man of flue recrr The Humanity of Christ by Rev sufficient The salesman- looked puzzled AM Tile priced oattel tenflHt npwnl W CroHdus hh rrnmi e son or Uomity cjlerK fiffropjnuPBB I FOR AG ENT then said There is a little change ffSFWlTOTvrmr rrtrt ISA THE WLtrntt aud had Jut attained his The nuii kets every where 4uiieate bet Tlie -- Union of tlie Two Natures of coming to you 192 Hj EASIEST DU - TRUSS ter pree ii3jnty He died of otHrupllHi ChrisT by Rev J W Fraijier WEARING A prominent and venerable Presby BeinUw Hal rfesohl last week for lanca ter News Tlie Sufferings of Christ by Re TRUSS on Earth terian divine was walking on First street one hutHired and Jlie father of deceased is a native Auguot dejlxery A J Talberr I Call aud see it last Friday when a ball from a party of of iJclimond twnitiveoaUle woight hJmmU 1600 Ohject of the SufTerlng of Tlie base ball juveniles came dying over the W G White hi o wnib ne aisu itohi 2in lainus de Â¬ Christ by Rev R G Montague Real Estate Transfers Prescription Druggist livered day of sale to Mr J W Blei court yard fence Say Mister fling aus of Christ by Tlie Refetirreollou mar28tf that ball wont you one of them shout- Â¬ 2d St near Garuett House Jack Frteman to Fannin Freenwu at 61 cet- Rev A L Guthrie ed You little bunch of impudence trwrn lot in Richmond The cattle were bought by by Rev The Ascension of Christ W H Kelley will build you a good Embry for a Chicago purty exclaimed the divine Mr Then he gracefully Fannie Freeman to Jack Freeman Christopher JSoihry bouglit of Mr Wm Amnkl caught up the ball and cast it back into house cheaper than any man In town lot in Richmond ttnu The Second Coming of Christ by Uie mar7 tf 3S oattle at 4J cents yard We noticed he pitched a curved From Wnlker Rev A G Robersou ball Turley John W Parrish aBd Sam Taxidermy Tlie Personality of the Holy Ghost 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure A line collection from the hands of a Barnes their cattle atSoetits alt Au- Â¬ by Rev J P West Chicken Cholera and other diseases DIED kpful taxidermist is that in a large gust delivery The Divinity among fowls I will refund the money J AV Baits bmpht of John Tipton h by Rev P JJieiioNof the Holy Ghost e in the store of Mr Tom Trl- Rias enf Mrs Nancy Ballard wife of WnK M iu every case where tho remedy fails Lie in FiM f treet A oowlaiBT TtWtw J lot of heifers at fcUtf Holy W G White The Soflicieuey Ballard died Jiiii Embry of Jewamine oouiity urea for Salvation of the Rev Script urday night in Richmondi388Kyas on Sat- Â¬ rrane a OHittam rimMer usdjfnged Prescription Druggist by J Ed the re Â¬ June i6lh hoMgtit fitr ArwMW lite beef king of mar28tf 2d St near Garnett House Li k ird kiiiu lixher saiwker hhI uanls sult of a surgical operation for abdominal Also 8lug tliieago from P T Gentry f Boyle and M verxl MraiMte Wril The Names of ihe Canonical Books tumor Her age was 65 years The Donelsou uses the best material that fjuirrt l ground muirtii ea Sir oouvty LW finesbipphnc eattle averae of tlie Scriptures by Rev J Wilson funeral oCcu red on Monday from the res- Â¬ the market afiords and the best work- Â¬ iriKlSaO or 1700 pmindd at Scents Eierf is Ihe artist The Divine Authority ol the BiOIe idence burial in cemetery men He puts up uouo but the best KrwtH George DufKH SO same by Rev C Copenlmver work Buggies carriages etc made TLe Ceiifrtlerate Dead weight at S4 S5 from U T Armstrong SO Stockholders Meeting The Unity of the Old and New apr4 tf to order Call on him weighing 1600 pounds at 475 The remains of eighty eight Confed Â¬ head by Rev W W Scott Testaments A meeting of the stockholders of the from Olws JleDuweH 16 htaui weight erate soldiers have been renfoved ale the What is Original Sin by Rev J Richmond Building and Loan Corpo lutiu the cemetery set apart ferihU 1600 pounds at S4S5 M Crr ration will be held Friday night at 8 thousands suffering from Asthma Con- Â¬ pjroe Every ex tHifederae slratjld lWlwt Was the Effect of the Fall oclock at the Court house Business sumption Coughs etc Did yon ever try Ban Hall be 1 rweLt at the next meeting the by Rev A J Cniu ford of importance will come before the Ackers English Remedy It Is the best th d Saturday in July The third of tlie teriee of games Dr JaMiiiiHR What are the Works of Supereroga- Â¬ meetiag aud a full attendance is desir- Â¬ preparation known for all Long Troubles Bold on a positive guarantee at 10c 60c is g ving his time ami alleiitwu to lie between the RteiimtMHl nine and the tion by ReV J T Wil on ed W G White Secretary W G While Prescription Druggist mule work and every friend of tte Louisville Amateur nine oied in a What Constitutes the Church of 1 vle4oryforitfchmod uudtrtakiug ought to help ljm by Rev R Craig Christ Iuflateti Willi ai mueii glory the Icci Lost Diamond Tlie Baptism of Young Children TrlbWe Sale KtehfiioBd uiMe went forth to seek by Presiding Elder G HBurks I am prepared to deliver ice to any On the evening of last Monday week It struck A large crowd attentW the sale of new liehls far con quest a ladys breastpin having two gold part of the city regularly or on short jersiual property or AhxHlerr3rib Winohester and gut a black eye badly PERSONAL notice Will make contracts for supply- Â¬ leaves hi one of which was a diamond Bid- Â¬ bunged up Ue deceawl on last Saturday It was that unfodiinate business houses shops is vUiting in Ir- Â¬ was lost between the residences of ing families offices Mrs Thomas Thorpe ding was lively aud good prises piled apetiltrmn of humanity Major Jones Clarence E Woods aud Dr L H and other places Orders left a Dykess FarmiiiK implements sold well Year Â¬ of Georgis who said he never knew vine Blautou Finder will be liberally re- Â¬ grocery on Second streeet will receive ling mules S5 how to quit when his credit was up S3f8i0 Miss May Hamilton has returned from warded by returning same to the Reg- Â¬ prompt attention work mules 100 to Sf W Alaresnd He aud Miss Slllas and a party went school in Canada 1 ister office apru tf J E Dykes colt-113T231 Cows 0tW out to gatlter grape Cousin Pete Miss Garrard of Manchester is ykiting heifers XX Road horses trotters and runners 30 cattle climbed to the first limbs or a tall bend Mrs H L White If you want a nice buggy pbteton or sate ing tree and gathered a few grapes shod in any maimer desired I have rockaway Si30 jearlmgH barouche carriage Tiia apr4 t amounied to 6954 that bad never been sweetened by Mr Tom Dudley Jr has returned just received an extra lot of four year coupe go to John Donelsou old second growth timber for repairing sunshine The Major climbed to tlie from Georgetown College AecMenL all kinds of wagous All work guar- Â¬ tsjmiost brattones and threw down Donelsou will make you as good a Â¬ Misses Sallie and Pattie Yates of Tren Mr A G Woods eur druggist met quantities of JuseiopjOMiee amhlet- the ton Mo are visiting relatives here anteed at the very lowest prices Shop buggy or carriage as can be bought anuJseoftfiep9rt3r HeanouM have back of Brookss drug store with a painful aeoident while aUempt apr4 tf any where in America Mr Wm Herndon attorney at law irg to charge his khIb fouutaiifon stopped at thatsgeof the pxhibitloa Respectfully Lemon Ice Lemonade Malto Gin Â¬ and Lancaster was here last week 8febly Wednesday 8 L M1DKIFF The tap flew ell the Wit ue essayeino tekiii the oat ger Ale Soda Water and Ice Cream Â¬ doing so fell Into the oreek and fotiutaiu and filled his face with a1 Mr Tom Field and daughter of Woodhi Great Campaign Offer Soda 5 cents a glass at pliurie acid badly burning him Ar skinned --hie nose We reaommwid a ford visited Col R X White last week Major S DlNELLlS tunately bis eyes were not burned copy of the booki oqtUIed The Weekly Courier Journal has 62-Dr C S Holton attended Miss Rosa now to all pueh as Courtohln the largest circulation of any rjhvslclaus muci were Jones Several UoVest Justices party at Winchester Thursday VJickly summoned and he was taken fiZJS iieoulrefl liirSOfflMBi Unto Democratic newspaper in the United night No portion of tho United States to- Â¬ home States and its publishers to further ex the day At this hour he ia easy Miss Bivira Sydnor Miller the poetess Xicliolasvilie Democrat tend its circulation offer to send it day offers as many opportunities for is ritatinjr Iter sister Mrs A Wilkes postage prepaid from June 4th 1888 to making money as can be found at Mr Woods was a C TJ student The Delogates on the December 31st 188831 issues for Great Falls Montana aud TheWomans Missionary Society Smith reservation just opened In business At Loam Hie Again af the Kentucky OoHferenee of the Mrs II L White returned on Satur- Â¬ only fifty cents Subscriptions sent mining stock raising or farming Only two weeks aeo we ohrauIaHed MelhdfetCburb aojiveiies to day as day front an eight weeksvieSt to Wash- before June 4th will be entered from the time but those received after June Rates maps and particulars will be the success of Messrs Barlow aqd Har- - tauuoynped Uaut waju- - Tbp delegates ington Gen 4th will be entered fromthe dale re-Â¬ furnished by C H Warren nsinthe Dental School Louisville are Mrs Cartey fifes CarihoH Cyn M By St Capt Thomas Peacock of Lancaster ceived to expire December 31st 1SS3 Pass Agent St P M Now we have the pleasure of announc- Â¬ thiana Mrs Bryan Mrs Truehart ow 4t formeaiy a resident of this place was here The rate to clubs of eight and over Paul Minn ing that Mr Phil Barbeur son of Rev Mies Ferman M8 GarueJ Mlllers are extremely liberal A sample copy Soulhgate last week Exenrsions u Barbour D D this place was i burg Mrs Ashury Miss The Misses Harbsr entertained their of the Weekly Courier Journal con- Â¬ last week awarded the Demonstrators Mrs- - Taylor CJovlagton Mrs Reeeer Business men and settlers looking Mondav nigjit to meet Miss taining its great campaign offer can for new locations or Investments can MrsM friends prize In anatomy the first one course Kim Wm iniii Airs Given be procured freeof charge by address Â¬ Edelen of Lebanon student who ever received that prize fBudckley FleiniggahutsAlW Hum reach all principal points in Minneso- Â¬ ing W N Halderaan President ta and Dakota at a cost of one fare for He was ako awarded a phreys Miss King BryaHtsvillo Mrs Mtsc Jane Crow left on Jast Thurs- Â¬ prize for the course Evans Lancaster MJ Lewis Mlsa day for a vish of several weeks to rela Courier Journal Company Louisville the round trip by availing themselves Ky The subscription price of the of the excursions announced via the Dr A Wjlkes Smith was re elected Browliwki Mrs and Miss Winslow 4ives near TalluIahFalJs Georgia Daily Courier Journal without the Oswberwood Dean of the Faculty Mb UarreMton Manitoba Ry Minneapolis Mr Al Yelton of Covington formerly Sunday issue is Ten Dollars 10 a St Paul Mfc Manuaa Mrs- from St Paul Minn Tickets good Jjgegraph operator in this place was here year Prico of Sunday Courier-JournLucky Man- lofIKs WaTafsftSMHfein Fraok t ralooday en route home from Mammoth for 30 days Very low excursion rates is Two Dollars 2 a year mivm uuuy Mr Green B Woodcook liasjoH fort Mrs iiumpiirey have been made also via this line to Care dosed the sale or Ills Kansas City BloomfleW Mlse Simmons Newport Helena and Great Falls Montana 8 Dlnelle has introduced a new Elder W B Stivers and wife who re tickets good for four months Further Prperty upon whioh he lias realized Mrs Pearoe Miss Corbin Danville Misses Hughs cently remoi ed from this county to Kan- - Ksteam freezer and is prepared to fur- - I particulars can be obtained by address a handsome profit the profit alone Miss STcDowai Lnlsh the purest and besst Ice Cream in kHg a small fortune Mr Wood and Siet BaverLIcR Mlas Littleton i sas City Mo have changed their address any quantities aud at lowest figures ing C H Warren General Passenger summers to Liberty Mo cock bought the propertyix moBtliH Parjai Vim Pjummer Agent SL Paul Minn or H E Tup 52- Miss Kay Stanford Mrs per Dlst Passenger Agent 232 South So for S32600 A F Messrs E Tutt Burnam and the exDeseand in eow gftTris Mw pushes Dudley attended the commencement of on the investment nMJUutedVKelfBy None but the purest cream used in Clark Street Chicago Warsaw Miss MaDaiilei t 1525 makiuL the total uotSSOSS Carlisle Twelve degrees the famous Ice Cream Soda Water at Georgetown college AimEit has just received a handsome Ir were conferred He has just sold it far fei6WreaiIejMls9 -- Hiltahinon Lexington fi2- S Dinellls assortment of gold bead silk umbrellas Mitt Htitchius Chaplin a net profit of S2rJS0W DttnviHe 51 1 I left on last Wednes Miss Sue - raAJvocaie irStiliaillKai Hiak - Mlse Herri i day fer her Harris at Scotia Nebraska 2fc oVovOc Elood Elixir is the only- that he offering cheap nVVYw home lood Eemeay gnaranMr Woodcock la a UrtrtHerOI Mr aicv HiHlson Ates a o tav u ilh hrr mlor Mrs T teed It is a positive cure for Dicers Erup-Â¬ Robert tojcock of Riehinend Vnan StiljtfHr tions or Syphilitic Poisoning It purifies the T Akers this place whole system and banishes all Rheumatic Reraalninu unclaimed in the Post Rev J F and Neuralgic pains Wo guarantee it Office at Richmond Ky week ending Rev Preston Blake au Trotter Turned Meaner Williams both of the Baptist church Sold by W GT White Prescription June 19 1888 Il appears that Henry Straw 1i not lil IMfTTi n Haggard L S Bailey M C went yesterday to Eminence to be pres Druggist ue only trotter turned ruujfer 4ieb Hughler Adam Brazleton G B ent at the annual State meeting Lost Kentucky now affords W R Leteher Perkins Chas G Brittatn Carlo B Mr Dick Campbell of Wheeling who have lost a bunch of keys Under Biggerstaff Kissiah PiggA H ti owned the famous trotter Harry Morton Lena Wikes wiien llie event gHHipalgaer speHal trains to day Ricb had been v isiting his sister Miss Jessica X in be rewarded If returned to me Bowman Annie a Three Potter Emma Ccnphus Joe at 8 8 and Campbell left on Monday for the Chicago Leare wo j ears old is now at tlie head mnd to Berea 52 A R Buknam Sparks Mrs Calisla ChildsN P cf a tunning stable which has been Kh Thompkie Geo Cobb Charlie a m Leave Berea at p in convention and will go thence home Thompson Ewen Poor Ireland will likely never know Cotrell L D 2 mtingttithfalrsueaesJH Xie Weat1 returning Esearsian rates from all Mrs Abner Oldham Columbia Mo Turner M S what a blessing Gantera chicken chnl- - Crup A ud South From present appearaoces atatlowe Louisville Mrs B F BedTurner Maud h ouUl seem that jCloeinnati ta Mrs Frazier Nathan Bayless Bourbon erauurb uas oeen T America It Js II blUWTi Miss in RootM trip ykoi Turpin Soloman Harris lira Jew years the Mrs ford C K it oniy- j county are guests of Sirs J W Embry not oniy a preventive out it positively majority ribe runnliy babies will be rMitM C I St L Post Office hours from 6 a h to 7 p n k e cures the sick cliickena If it jallc re- Â¬ M Money order aiid registered letter hands of rneuio leief red tlMrtr 5 Messrs Thomas Phelps and H L member your money will be refunded hours prompt 7 a MJoji p m nm lessons 10 traln1feylle handling trip 1ickeU Richmond to Round White returned on Saturday from Frank- - by Stockluglou Willis Cotters aud pacersCotirier Journal J B AVILLTS p M it Berea 75 ceote The City Sete Tea fort nherc thsy had Hone duy Priirs DiptcHss and CfgfeeS i it Board afUtMU e met Urn week I At tfee ciie uf tjip Cumuieneemeut 01 tne umtea auia 1 AiatijrtilnlJWi fw t e ty srtinol J x r s ttf Central UnlTersityt on last Vontlay ihellviiltu U list fifpilfefil Drt idniee Liwk riowej of JPfcfe x0Wsth cou3W HBCL IMAXJ l1 w fra week fu TJB vv fyv Vj 13 lpndt it ft tistutar UMfly ns XSUiiourt 3ln Bap u OF TO GO Jii TERY DAY -- j A BARGAIN DAY AT H 1 Â¬ dSir8 -- hflv11IJInoinai Wi u LARGEST STOCK Ul Us Strengs Loufsvi Store TiibijlCHwMt t Oaf oeSB ntiJ LOT EST IljTGr Goods il Eats and Furnishing Last month we promised you to make the month serve as August by ffivins you nrioes that are usuallv made in August We will now do better by making every day a 4y jElal KK We can not giveyotia in Richmond house and lot or a gold watch and chain with every Suit or Hat as we dont ask you that extra profit but guarantee to eive vou more and better BARGAIN DAY AND CUT 5 t VI i PEICES ALL TO PIECES Â¬ tt Clothing Hats Si Furnishing Goods Owing to backward spring we have cluded to con- Â¬ -- than you ever got before for same money Dont delay hrst come hrst served nrst mammoth stock We have more goods than we want they must move and to make them move we will make prices that will be astonishing 4 m come get the pick of whatever is in our to COT DOWN OUR STOCK Dry Goods the prices are away SSSf of any description that down which is larger than ever and in order to do so we will almost sell them at a Dont Â¬ I - i i Olothinj J3UULS JN Your Own Price COME AND SEE THE want Clothing of any description that the prices are away down forget if you want Boots and Shoes of any description that the prices are away down Dont forget if you Di 1 eUJLUL dkr K311Ut - LARGEST STOCK Dont forget il you want Hats FINEST GOODS of any description that the prices are away down NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES Dont forget if you want anything at all Hats Mr-He- nry JT is usually kept in a first class store of goods at that ever named for same quality that I have it and at prices that are Clothing House in Richmond the oldest down down down J tttay2 tf 1 B STOUPPEE Eiest Street aBMSBBHmanflnBkBi - H J STEENGStors Mammoth LouisYills MHiBSIBH japBiM HHE9HEI E dlHHHfeik- mv MWIMMBm SBraBsSKESSrck dK3m9ite lad Â¬ evo Elegant Want an after the latest and Tailor Made Suit experienced and swv sgss cut and order made to most approved fashions by ained workmen out of the choicest and most fashionable goods Do you want a REDY SSADE SUIT made especially lor our trade by tne oest nouses m me East according to the newest designs and out of reliable and stylish material XDO 3TOTJ AN ELEGAT SUMMER COAT AND VEST VsT-IsTT -- I f JmSi r made to order or ready made Â¬ iS6 - Do FURNISHING GENTS5 DELIGHTFUL UNDERWEAR you want the most anyhow Do you want something and SEASONABLE in lAxAii l - - t UTm Tr uuAiiiJii v XTTl TTT n l 1 from a WELL REGULATED Merchant Tailoring Clothing House Do you want anything GOODS DO YOU WANT AN EXQUISITE STRAW HAT DO YOU WANT ANY OTHER KIND OF A HAT If you do not call and see us you do CALL AND SEE US sIf Respectfully COVINGTON The Penn Mutualj fully called to the MITCHELL Z T EICE Â¬ njj3 IR LLI E C C WALLACE JR Penk Mutuai Life Insurance Company of Philadelphia The Penn Mutual issues all approv The attention of the public is respect- Â¬ flrst-scholar- Oden--Winche- ster al ed forms of Life and Endowment Policies Suralus beincr available in reduction of the second and succeeding payments such returns of surplus have reduced the average cost of insurance much below thfigure of many brst ciass compeutors Oar steam engine and mammoth ce crearri freezer are now in posi tion and we are prepared to fur-Â¬ nish 8rta -- Forfeiture and Extension systems are the most liberal extamv full reserve bein applied at lapse to extension of original sum insured or to the pur chase of Paid Uo Insurance as may be desii ed All Policies non forfeitable ItsrNon Spring Goods CONSISTING OF SEE OUH IMMENSE STOCK OF Ht z2 any time even in any quantity - shortest notice on theand after ICE CREAM imuDKr at 1 21STTJ3RS 1 bjMsfe two years incontestable The Penn is unequaled in financial with any desired securitr Without security there is no Milk Shakes insurance Mere volume of assets gives flavorings no protection The real test U applied by insurance writers and the authorjues in State Insurance Departments viz The Soda Water from a splendid arctic In this res- Â¬ ratio of assets to liabilities fountain pect the Penn stands at the head of the list having now 124 of well secured as sets for every 100 of liability present or contingent Give us a call before insur STBWBERR1ES rg elsewhere District Agent Office First Nat Bank Jerry A Sullivan Local Agent Richmond Ky gmaysrn We have on hand the most complete line of siirjiirs Goods shoes Footwear Furnishing and Hats J K Faulkner Â¬ XiV -- to order Fruits Vegetables fresh Beal Estate For Sale ance Candies in aud Cigars A arm of 106 acres 41 miles from bacco TJIilimntnl- - ml thf Taiinxsfpp nlh S DINELLI Welllmproved with good water For J wu uuw uiikeu in central ieutucKy special pains in selecting this stock to get the most Stylish Durable and Uomlortable Shoes in the market Bear in mind that we handle the best CRtH brands such as J N Cloys Zeigler Brosfo N Hess Bro and other excellent brasSpls of every kiud that are first clas and warranted jr and in abundAnything we have in winter goods Toprofusion will be sold at greatly reducecLjfnees Â¬ Â¬ CO mcKsi-iy- - WALLGBP RISE terms inquire of Joe Bush innrll im maxc tf - r 6TW5s- - - - j tst 9 -- - m srr 2s2jtv m- - TSfr- 3 ty-tf-- - - - jm - r3r j -- r-- 2BlssisDsBsHsiHssS slslsslsH8lltBlsBsiiiflsi99sS i iti- n - ir s STkx- - Tv- - ftm r tfHH HsDsHBJifliflflflHilMiiflBiUBttBnn iy JiBss9fHHisssssHsBHsWB BiflSSfsiflisHHBHESssS KBissssHanasssBssssflBisBBsssssHlssHHBBs EBiSiDissEsssSDsssSsssisBHsBBHHilssliBs 3 mw i if i u li I ilypi il t V-- V NEWS PARAGRAPHS George W James oneoftbe richest TMH ot Crab Orcflkrd digd lost week The Georgia peach crop is now la marketable condition Tbe fruit is large and lascious 6000000 cubic feet of natural gas flow daily frera two weMs at Lagrauqe Ijr 9 IS no ice Y It k estimated that t i L and Lawrence Sterns died at Elizabeth Urraston invite the public to inspect their Bennett N J from tbe effects of over exertion liesAfary Knox ef Boyle county in savDg bis mother from burning to ami Mr Stevens a Knoxville mer death Sterns was dangerously AT McKEES OLD STAND ill ohaot were married last week with bronchial pneumonia and bis Harry Taylor au usher in a circus mother was nursing him Tbe ladys oxiWtliigatSpriHgfieW Mass struck clothes caught fire and tbe sick man CHAPTER 1129 Heury Bortliwiek under tbe jaw with bearing fier cry for help jumped from Gor An act to authorize the City of Rich- Â¬ which was carefully selected in the eastern markets by an Ii Set killing bhn instantly his bed seized a quilt and extinguished mond to issue bonds to pay off existing tbe flames Peliee Oilieer Timothy Sullivan died a relapse but the exertion brought on liabilities experienced- - buyer m which resulted in bis own Â¬ inCuieagA Tuesday from the effects of Beitcnaglcdbyfhe General Assemdeath bly of the QoTrmomBealth oj Kentucky a whhI raeeived by the expiesien of Section 1 That for the sole pur- Â¬ Louisvilles commercial progress as tbe bomb at tbe Haymarket riot two shown by her bank clearings for May pose ot paying off tbe liabilities of the ywiru ago City of Richmond now existing the and months thereof the ifr C Cooper of Xepton aged 17 year for tbe first five with the of the City Council city to bemay cause not 4aai dn comparison same buudsbf said issued for ami Mtee Mallie 1 year old daughter period ofl887 18S6 and 1885 is very exceeding ten thousand dollars payable eCVYHIfctm HamiKon of MHIersourg in tbe City of Richmond at such time Theattgntionof jthe ladies is especially called to our superior eteed ami were married at Aberdeen encouraging For lhamontb of MaxÂ¬ not exceeding twenty years from date the clearings of the city were as fol- anil bearing such rates of interest not Straday niglit most fashionable Fabrics to be lows during tbe years named exceeding sixper cent per annum in line of DressjGoods embracing the 1SS5 Parkland a suburb of Louisville bad 1794878j 1886518160310 18S7S23- - semi annual payment and in such de had in New York sal of lots The lowest price wa3 430264 18S8 S60S2046 During tbe nominations as Bald 01 ty Council may direct iWy Kve cents per foot and tbe first five months tbe record was as fol of tbe aud to provide for the payment principal aud Interest of jsaid higfcest 8650 The total amount bold lows IS85S00452451 1886 856S GOODS TRUNKS bonds the City Treasurer shall set apart GENTS FURNISHING was about 15000 feet for un aggregate 667 1887 11423541 188S S126277- - at least one thousand dollars of each years revenues which shall constitute a of about 78309 The sale was finished miu 01 Sinking Fundmnd by him held aud yesterday The financial statement of tbe Board raid out exclusively ou the bonds and HVereuiams of Mr T Harrison Gar- Â¬ of Trustees shows that our finances interest as same mature Saidbpnds V ue rett the Baltimore banker who was have beeu judiciously managed and are snauCityissuea ac a regular meeting 01 Council and such1 meeting the dfowned iNmrsday night last by tbe now in a healthy condition The cash shall be signed by tbe Mayor and siwkiagef bfeyaetit in Patspsoo river balance on hand May 22J was 5175664 countersigned by the City Clerk of said havebsen recovered The body was The outstanding bonds against tbe city Sec 2 The City Treasurer of the ffjMiid a mile from the spot where the town that cannot be paid until due City of Richmond shall act as Sinking Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Glovesand aeaMent occurred amount to 4000 but to pay these as Fund Commissioner under this act and We have in Laces Kibbons they fall due tbe town has two first as such shall execute a bond to tbe Tarasols all that can be desired v At CbMerSviHe Wednesday City of Richmond in the sum of the monument that marks the spot mortgage bonds of the Louisville Cin- Â¬ Twelve Thousand Dollars to be ap where Htonewall Jackson received the cinnati and Lexington railroad for proved by tbe City Council for tbe 1000 and two city of Louisville 6 per faithful performance of his duties here- Â¬ wound from wbieh he died was dedi cent bonds for 1000 each Danville under aud which bond shall be in ad- Â¬ Senator Jolm W Daniel was dition to tbe bond now required of bim Adyocate tm principal orator of tbe day as City Treasurer and shall be by bim The popular Billy Qulnn one of our executed a tithe time of his qualficatlon Tfce Western Union Telegraph as Citv Treasurer t Jpmpany lias declared a quarterly revenue boys at Camp Nelson and Sec 3 The coupons on these bonds With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the best New Mies Radle Scott of Garrard a charm shall be receivable at all times in pay diwidtnd of one and oee ffuarler per meut of City Taxes oewt Th estimated gross earnings of ing young lady left our city at 4 a m York school of art and design in gents garmentg experienced in the Sec 4 The City Council of Rich morning for Cincinnati tfc eompany fur tbe current quarter Tuesday - Ts Â¬ hereby authorized and em- best houses of that city and versed in every detail of the business mondaw 5000000 the net earnings - where they were married Accom Â¬ powered to pass and enact such ordi- Â¬ panying them wereMrThomasDavls nances as may be necessary to fully aided by on elaborate stock of of Spearsville one of our popular young carry out tbe provisions and intent of The soventeen year locusts have jost farmers aud Miss Emma daughter this act put m au nnttenrauee in Northern Robert Quiun who were married of Sec 5 If the City Council shall at in any time failto pay said bonds and in- Â¬ 3waaHd Western Illinois Prof C Cincinnati at the same time They terest when matured after demand V Rttey tlte United States ntomolo will go ou an extended tour East and made on tbe CityTreasurer thejiqlder gfct says tH tests may be looked for mayeuforce tbe payment of same by grana reception upon tiVyer In certain teethmsof Imliaua gei a Nicbolasville Democrattneir re suit in any court of competent Jurisdic turn tion In Madison county provided that MwLigan and Fennsyl AViseousin aprlStf A deed of trust to secure tbe S00 no bonds shall be Issued under this act vania 000 first mortgage bonds of the Ken until tbe City Council of Richmond KarHarpereviiteAla W A 1 tucky Union Land Company was ac shall submit theaquestion of tbe issuing We are putting forth suits equal to the best made in this country of said bonds to vote of tbe qualified Jtott ami M tea Maggie Stewart while knowiedged in tbe County Clerks voters of Richmond at an election to be Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us buggy ridlnir drove into the Coosa office to day The deed is to the Louis held for such purpose at least Jhlrty where formerly there was a ford ville Safety Vault and Trust Company days public notice of said eleclibtTtp be rirw city papers of Richmond Tke bottom bad been washed out by and is tbe largest ever made since tbe given in tbe at which election the question shall be Hoods ami be buecv went obi Virginia land grants of one hun Â¬ propounded to each voter Are you for th water and both w ere drown dred years ago It conveys thousands or against tbe issuing of CitjwBonds to a pay off ed of acres of mineral mining and timber majority existing Indebtedness beIfin oftbe votes cast shall lands In Powell Wolf Breathitt Perry favor of issulngtheqbnds then the City Judge Wb F OwsJey the oklesi Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Shirts laundried and so us Neck Wear have ln4her of Judge Mike Owsley has Leslie aud Letcher counties Tbe deed Council shall in this power todo other- Â¬ provided for act but not unlaundried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc mh mtwuinatedny tlte prohibRioniBls was made up on one hundred and wise W the 3rd District for Congress He is seventy pages or printed legal cap and Sec 6 This actAehall take effect HcapaMe man ami lie has always nearly as many more of type writing from and after its passage IS UH a atauiwh Democrat and attended There w ere descriptions of seventy one Approved April S B18SS BUCKNER ite convention at Lexington as a dele-Â¬ different tracts of ground It made a By tbe Governor large bound volume Louisville Times gate Ketorter Geo M Adams in great iquantity and variety from the cheapest to the most Secretary of State Reports come from Illinois and 1 Mrs Mary Sheridan the mother of Harvey Myers G Phil tifceridiot died Tuesday at Iowa that Jhe 17 year locusts made Pro lenrSpeakerof tlieHousdofRepre- - elegant embossed gilt sentatives ber Imme in Somerset O She bad their appearance there about two J W Bryan been m faiiinK health for several years months ago aud have so rapidly inSpeaker of tbe Senate I atd Iter condition became serious about creased In number that now they lit- Â¬ XlilUIJill VV U1VU1U1 VllJ the same time ber son took to bis bed erally cover all kinds of bushes Commonwealth of Kentucky Cor Main and Second Sts Eichmond Ky apllS tf Mrs Sheridan was eighty seven years hedges and trees Their favorite food Office of Secretary or State appears to be the leaves of currant IjJeo M Adams Secretary of State of age bushes and maple trees They also for the Commonwealth aforesaid do Ihmeiairy ltetd a big meeting in eat potato Yines and arbor vitae hereby certify that tbe foregoing wjjt ing has beeu carefully compared by mo New York last nigtand ratified Cleve When tbey first come up out the original on file office mmmI amlTiHH manvand tbe platform ground they appear as white grub with tbe it purports to bein this aud w hereof a copy Yt as tbe The irineiNiI feature sieech of about an inch long but they soon that it is a true aud exact copy of the Gov Hill an abstract of which is pub Â¬ turn into a brown hue and shedding same il t In testimony whereof I lished by the OMrkr Journal Speeches their skin develop in two days bodies 3ELXOIOC3VE03ST30 DBLE3ajaTTTJOBL3T j L S hereto sigu my name wreako made by Bwrke Cochrane two inches in length with wings r 5J aud cause my Official and Gov Abbett of New Jersey which when extended are three or Seal to be affixed Done at Frankfort A While attending the funeral of Wil four inches from tip to tip Great ap- this 20tbilay of April M D 1888 Geo Adams -liam MutUer Evanevilte ImHaua win prehension is felt over their general Secretary of State By Willis L Bincjo wbb killed by lightning Mrs AtJoipu devastation audit Is feared the shade Assistant Secretary of State Smith a prominent lady or tlte county and fruit trees will be ruined aged mcty live years and apparently t 4 AnBie Jeuness Milter editor of At nhicb aforesaid election noils in ribtt health suthlenly dropped Dress has been addressing women of shall be opened in each Ward of tfie dead of heart disease beshle tbe colli u Chicago endeavoring to convince them Uity at tne polling places hereinafter ju t as it was being etoeed that dress might be sensible and named between the hours of seven 7 healthful at the same time beautiful oclock in the morniug and six 6 A mob eompod partly of negroes tbe evening as follows IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERI0R0F KENTUOKY and artistic Atothe close of the ad Â¬ oclock in at Piggs stable lot tmk im4o of lite jail ac Henderson 1st Ward Ky about 11 45 Sutntay night aipl dress an association was formed 2d Susan Mackeys THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN AS Barlows old mill compelled the jailer to give up the hundreds giving their names as In- Â¬ 3d Court House IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 keys to tlte cell in which James Foster tending to carry out this new thought 4th ThefolIowiuK are arthointell as dfll- 52 3 negro guilty of rape was confined Following this Mrs Miller was to ad Â¬ cers of laid election a YEARS OR M0 R IN THIS TOWN Fouler was taken out and hung to a dress an audience of dressmakers and 1st Ward Judges Wra C Gorm- if she succeeds in convincing them ley M D Wninscott Ilerk E T Bur-ttee about a mile from tlte jail t r is Arnold she will be enrolled as one of tbe nam eneriii Hev WP Harvey lias sold to Mrs greatest 2d Ward Judges C Jlunley H We keep constantly on hand a large stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE of benefactors of tbe human C Hands Clerk Rland Bnllnnh all kindsas wellas IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERSMATE Joim W Ewhtg of Covington his race With the dreesmakers is the Sheriff JoeBueh RIAL AlsoaLARGE and FULL LINE of all goodsin other lines that ie residence on Danville street for 4 000 place 3d Ward to begin for it is only spoiling c for Tobacco Judges W B White handle Special attention ghen to furnishing Nails HingesBolts Tbe property is known as one of tlte materia aud adding disappointment David ONeal Clerk Isaac McCollum Barns We are the agents for the most celebrated GROCERY ON UPPER mo deefa aMe in Harrodsborg STREET The to discomfort for woman to once have Sheriff R F Baxter 4tb Ward Judges W H Smith h its ws built five years ago by Dr the notion of a possible sensible aud Br A J Mersbon Clerk E B Wal- Â¬ M Tauter ami sold by him to W P easy dress only to find herself unable lace Sheriff Dennis McQueeny Harvey It is a beautiful kieation ami to interest or guide Wtio shall be governed in all mat- Â¬ We call attention to a few that we keep and are agentsffor v Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands of a eommodious Itouse Harrodsburg It Is very seldom her dressmaker ters pertaining to saidelection aspro that dressmakers vided in the City Charter of Richmond ttoastea uoitee The Walter A Woods Tuinc Binders Reapers andMbwers AawaaWl can be found willing to depart from for City Etectjpn8 as well as the re- Â¬ Pure Eio Combination of Kio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocha The Buckeye Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers The report of tbe Auditor for tbe established standards and yet take strictions and limitations of the afore- Â¬ Pure Private Plantation Java Pure Arabian Mocha and Genuine The Celebrated Oliver Chilled Plows overtisoo ofhem having been sold by us Male Berry Java These goods are all PoJtWtoc Department for the quarter pains to secure a pleasing result and said act kept in air tight tin cans Aud ended December 80 18S7 stwnsre- - the one piece dress Is their abhoreuce entire it Is further ordered that tlds They hae no equal Order and Act be published in New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and eeipts from all sources S1808S902 Success to Mrs Miller Womans The Climax aud Kentucky Regisfer None better Ieikel SteelPlows andlDouble Shovels qualities and tbe expenditures SI871781 de- - Tribune tbe ouly newspapers published in the H Halls Sjeel Hill Side and Turning Plowjf James CityofRIchmondfrom date of their fSeteney 137810 Tlte receipts of this first IssueFrffteT passage Of this Drdir The Celebrated Browns Walking and Riding Cultivators quarter are lite largest in tbe history of The Chicago Stable purchased nance until after tbe election held The Celebrated Big Injun Sulky Plow only ha3tobe seen to knowithat it is the tbe Government ami the deficiency from J W fjuest his colt Terra Cotta hereunder We undersigned Mayor and City best in the market the rmaMeot sinee the reduetien of far 18000 Within the past week this Quceiisware Glassware Wooden tyre Clerk of the City of Richmond docer- rate of postage in 1SS8 DislcIIariow that is pronounced the best in use Chicago gang have bought a crack ThcKeystone uiy inai tne foregoing Uruinauce wus duly acted 1 upon and passed by the tor 10500 acrack The Only Reliable Corn Planter Vandiver Rotary Ask all who have used Mrs Kathriiie Deeriug CI ark wife City Council of tile City of Richmond for 3000 and a crack Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches Etc efUirtist W C- - Clark of this coun on June 1st 188 tbe yeas and nays them At least JOoofJthcmiJlusejn the county fc 0 j fpr 18000 been elected Viee President of takeu thereon and recorded iif-- the only one that hastproved a perfect success Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs The E ans Corn Drill the Have the Womans National Press Associa Â¬ journal and was declared adopted and ordered printed in The Climax and sold them for years auglO 1 y tion for Kentucky The Association f Excursion Rates newspapers as Kentucky Register The Celebrated Bell City Feed Cutter both fojfcpower andhandA None equal to has Mrs Martha D Lmeoln as Presi Â¬ as above stated w Inch is hereby ac- Â¬ A very conipleteTllTof tourist round dent and Mrs Belvt Look wood and j n cordingly done As witness our bauds it Also a full line of other kinds of Feed Cutters Mrs M K MePherson as Vwe Pres Â¬ rip rates and routes to western points this June 1st 18S8 -ThcCelebratcd Old Hickoryjfarm Wagon j Lfer lBS8 iiaa just been Issued for free J W CaiERton idents Danville Advocate f agency for the Cr5ker7Eertilizer anil Chemical Cos Fer We hae also taken the Mayor Pro leni distribution by C H Warren Gen Wm G White A few Hays ago while John Buggs Baa Agent St P M Try Jit on corn tobacco M By St tiliser that is pronounced the bSlbin the UneaTBtates Uity Clerki was plowing on the Hankla farm Faul Miun may23 6t potatoes and wheat in fact anything that grows wtafth Is part of tlief btthfied of In pursuance lo the powrf In me We keep a list of all Harming Implements that we seltaand who buys them Perry vllle in tills county be unearthed vested as Police Juitge of tbe City of VIEWING THE PB0M1SED LAXD a camp kettle In which be fouuJ some and any one that wants to satisfy himself as regards1 satisfaction that they give can Richmond and requirement of the Stam Mtrehjn sjlvjcr coin Most pf it Scatters on tae Ground Awaiting theJ Citv ClfarTentjryr miblbtr notice of and ask parties using them aprttlntofficerWoreverylUityElectinn dated as for baek as ITiS It is thought Opening of anJlndian Reservation I hereby accordingly notify all quali- Â¬ to be the deposit ot a soldier afterwards fied electors of said City that au eleckilled In battle Danville Advocate pursuance tion the Great Falls Mont News of the Noticeinand Ordinanceto will beforegoing IRE DETERMINED 10- - KEEP held John ANen Crittenden brother of opening of the Black Feet Reservation each Ward of the City of Richmondin ex Jov Crittenden of Missouri and is awaited impatiently here and July 14tb 18SS between the hours and GRAND JUBILEE celebrating the Settlement of tha Horthwastem Territory The Housekeeper can find all she wants Yor kitchen or dairy half brather of Logan C Murray ot throughout Northern Montana A at the places named in the foregoing The Farmercan find all he wants under our New York died at Frankfort Friday lorge number of persons have gone to order and for the purposes mimed in said act and Ordinance officers He bad lap ngitfei and the operation of tbe reservation to locale ranches mines of election as named in tbe The Ordi- Â¬ Hames Hay forks Shovels c said laryHRotomy was performed on him and town sites The desirable valleys nance nro hereby appointed by me as The Carpenter and Builder can find al he wants He uag abjKK sixty years aM was the are fairly covered with tents the great- Â¬ officers of said election Each officer The Blacksmith and Wood worknian can find the only compIetestock of Iron first Marahal of the Louisville Chan Â¬ est rush apparently being to the Bfg will be first duly sworn before proceed- Â¬ ing In act Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the town cery Court and had bejp twenty five Sandy the fameus bay grounds Sold Â¬ Given under my hand as Police We of coupe cant enumerate afl thegoods we handle bu ask alfto come and j ears in the Auditors office at Frank Â¬ iers as well as oivlllans are ou the Judge of Richmond this June 1st 18S8 maj23 3m grounds and wlien news cornea that 614 H C Rice P J R see for themselves the stock of goods we keep in our 127 foofc store house TThey will fort tbe bill is signed there Is likely to be a find Mr W L Seott formerly of Frank- Â¬ EVENING rush Bullhock Valley beyond orb fort hut now of Louisville went te Asslnlboine is all fluked off EinhieheeSalurdayf confessed that he tents of be squatter may be and the aw The softening sunHpJast Ifaint ray1 seen al had secretly married Mies Matlie along the valley of tbe Milk River Hat faded from the heavens away Iteiifree who has been attending col- Â¬ There is a silver lode in the Bear Paw The raven shades of Evening drape We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business andonly employ the lege at Bmhienee and claimed his Mountains Our Mr Gentry beinga practical mechanic himself will most competent workmen was located severa The mourning earth with filmy crape that bride Miss Itenfroe or rather Mrs years ago give special attention to all work done in that line ROOFING GUTTERING RE It Is understood that several In memory of the dying Day v PAIFUnG C as he has done In the past Scott b the danghigr ofN L Ren- - parties are on hand watching to locate Ete for a while assuts her sway froe a prominent farmer of Henry this mine as well as to prospect for P Our long experienceln our business enables us to be well upjn it in the way of And round the chflIyform of Day ounuly aud the anueuncementhf her others Chicago Tribune markets and buying ouroods strictly for cash enables us to buy at the bottom price She wraps her veil of downy hair Dont forget that you canialways find the and that benefit we givcto our customers union with Mr Sott will surprise her Ed The President has now signed Night stealthy takes the mask to wear lowest prices and the best goods at the old reliable bouse of the BUI throwing open for settlement TiH morning tearslit swift away SHACKELFORD Clarence It Urner in The Ameri- Â¬ The Board of Curators of Kentuoky the Indian ItesefyationTa Montana tie can Magazine for unt mays tf mchJi tf I niversity Lexiagton bare now I6maytf v under advisement tbe reorganization of the old Transylvania Law School which In its day turnetl out more jprotulnent lawyers thin tny similar institution of the kindThtbe UnTted States They have tbe best selected H Lllbrary to be fouud in tbe whole coun try and If reorganized will meet with a large support from all over tbe State ahdTrderfor clfcTitora ORDINANCE r ft JX f - PrintShortsthroufW --r -- ier tra rfSSX - TiTf av y ar- m w - V t c - 1 fei EHjaf IhLbT Ordered on motion and majority vote of the City CSouncilfRiclrauWd that an election of tbe qualified voters of tbe City of Richmond be held on Saturday Jnly 14tb 1888 at which election will be submitted the questiou of issuing tbe bonds of the City of Richmond by the City Council thereof fo pay ofl tbe existing indebtedness of The said city in pursuance to an act in tbe uenerat Assembly ot tne common- Â¬ 7 wealth of Kentucky approved April 18tb 18S8 Title An act to authorize the City of Richmond to issue bonds to paywnfl existingJiabIIitiesSaid entire act Isimae a part hereof and is as followsr 5 lip T - ii 1 tiii - Ms- If t 1 Hi ITE Eichmond Ky Professional Cards drTaTwHSessmtth XDoital S uxgreosx Practice Limited to Dentistry Office hours mncncpiLLi BLUE GRASS EOUTE Spriest and Quick I FROM new Dry Goods Merchant Tailoring firm of Crooke Tlie ClotlaierFirst and Main Streets OFFICE Smith Building Min Street 400 P M 9o to no M june32 tf ieo to CENTRAL -- KENTUCKY Bcuthw J C MORGAN June 22 tf D D S Â¬ TO ALL POINTS North East West and BBTWBEX Ezzfensiv Spring1 Stock JFFICE Bank son National Main street over Madi Richmond Ky - DR J M POYNTZ SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street next to june22tf Whites Drug Store Lexington and No 2 Bx 6km Cincinnati I Schedule in Bffert May 20 SOOTH BOUND Lve OovlBgtoB Lve KalnvcHitli Lve CTBtblaiHt Arr Parts N DRY GOODS Choice Silks Henriettas Sedges De Boges Cashmeres c aJLas A Tp3T ion HATS CAPS ING G W EVANS M D iiIM S 4 u l v AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street june22tf 30 am 1003 ain DRS TAYLOR Grocery Store ASHE june22t Practitioners in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetover Dykes Arr Arr RlehmoDd Arr LaaeaMer Arr HaBrra Ait Lexlstew Lve larts WJi IJS am n 11 40 t i 30 pn 1150 a 1135 pm 3X0 pm ntti I ri - fao pm os pm 510 pm Arr Urea Arr Livtg4a NORTn BOOXDI Lve rUehmeBd y5 No pm USES DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luzons Up Stairs Residence at Willis House June 22 3 Vo c LaeeipflBurices of alL kinds Umbrellas Walking Canes Handkerchiefs Hosiery c Lve UvlBgMeB Lve Berea tf Arr White Goods in great quantity DR PHIL ROBERTS Arr Lve Lve LaseMter KlebBoostl- Ktebd Saufm Pans A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats Offers bis professional services to the Arr Arr public Office in drug store on lower Main Lve Lve jiily27 ly Street Richmond Ky Lve Lve RVolimoDil VlHehes4r - 8o am mcis am HH5 am tjo am kio am ii 00 am 1 30 pm k5 pm 4 06 p m Si pm fcoo pm DR U C AMBROSE ISjEC SSiaXfiLJST FORD KY Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in tbe ternoon af- Â¬ LexlBgtea Fitris CvattthMM Lve FatmooMi Arr CeviBgtoe 300 pm 340 pm MAYSVILLE NORTH BOUND Lve Cevtegteu Lezhtgtea- Parts Arr Mlllornburg Uv J XV9V0 BRA etd Merchant Tailoring EngOsii A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men El -- uj No I81 J Ei June 22 tf W T SEXSMITH PHYSICIAN Offers M D SURGEON AND 8 1 1- Freud M American Siigs Call and see my Spring Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro Prices to meet the demands of fusion MaysvIHe SOOTH BOUND Lve Mojrvilte No I OnltoOK WHITE HALL KY public his professional services to the aug17 iyr Ex ilii Fxv DR- - TROUSERIIffGS and VESTINGS the times W B WHITE uALIjb - CEWTSftPURttlSEIlSrCr GOODS T J SMITH ASSIGNEE OF WALL PAPERS Iff CO UNION CITY KY- ATT rSTK LoxiftgteH Oflers his professional services to uevtBgtoa the public No 32 lares Covington at S 3 a Parrishs Office at Powell rives Falwouth 10 30 a n Aug 17 tf only 31 leaves Falmouth M C Heath J F Cobneijson No rives Covington at p4 31m 630 C0RNELIS0N HEATH only No 15 leaves Lexington 7 Practicing Physicians rives Paris 755 p m KENTUCKY No 8 leaves Covington 5 20 RICHMOND rives Falmouth 7 20 p m offer their professional services to the 4Janly public No 7 leaves Falmouth 5 50 a Covington 750 a m Daily Except Sunda DR GILES HARRIS Jote No 3 Daily between R Lexington and Covington WACO KY No 4 Daily between Co ip Offers his professional services to the ington and Winchester On jan4tf public this train runs througi to Rk htn i other are daily except SunJav T J FAIN Jenasoa CftrHsta MIHebBre t ar 1 It a K DR Â¬ Offers at public or private sale their entire stock of tf MM WELLSNE2I Â¬ The Largest Hardware Iron and Agriultural Stove HouseFurnishing and Glassware Queensware and Groceries COST POU ical aud Chemical examinations of tissues and fluids of the human body 2Sjunetf Direet connection Is made at V with Chesnpeake and Ohio for I Aselnnd HaBtiBgloa Charles n and Bastera CIHes PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 1 h FAST LINK Nos 3 and 4 run cbesterioUd Trnlas with Pnlimi -RICHMOND KENTUCKY Cars between Cincinnati and Hi and Winchester and Wa hlogt n Office on First Street janly ThrtHiKB Tteketa and Bmigtp any destlnatton reached by a rai t For full particulars address or i asent oJ tne CospsBj- - or S F B MORSE E H B r N Oen Pawsr Apt Tra V PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Covington Ky Lex RICHMOND KY H E HUNTINOTON i K I a GenI Manager OFFICE Second street next door to General Offices Covmgrc K Whites Drug Store Special attention given to Microscop- Â¬ S M LETCHER v H W BRIGHT M D rBlU KSJkTgBrmt DR C S HOLTON Homeopathic C8SS WHESEill tlit fAl BeetCodgiiSTrap lnttQe SoMbrdroffzlata 4aaarfla TatBc C EMlCtISniMMK2 I believe Pisos Cnro for Consumption saved mr life A H Doweli Editor Enquirer EJen ton N C April 23 1SS7 Physician and Surgeon Richmond Kentucky Office Main Street oerDM Brights Office hours 830 to 1100 A M 200 to M AT AUD BELOW THE Tinware House in Eichmond BEST 30 OE 60 DAYS Special attention given to disea es of women and all difficult chronic cases Patients treated at a distance and Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad Â¬ dress mayi6 yr 400 P Done in order to quit business DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 51 51 PISO cine Is Surgery The best A Rare Chance For Bargains RED HOUSE KY PARRISH TURNER take it without object n By all druggists Cjc CHftES WHfRE CoKStrMPnorf Pisos Otoe fcb ChuJIrcn Cough Medi Â¬ - Farming Implements and Machinery J W A Higrgins M STAPLE Attorneys At Law RICHMOND KY Special attention given to abstracting titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky Office in Climax building B E Corner Mala and decond Streets up stairs June 22 tf 1 IMJ4JiiiJAMMjUHI Best CoiurhS jnrp Ikstesgccd Ce ILL FISF ILLS wznrvwnTmiMimn U lntlmfi BotaDrararcuta H ci mar7 6m Attorney at Law Attorney at Miller E T BURNAM LOW TOURIST RATES pood lor 00 days with snop over p be obtained from St Patl to Great For 4750 a first doss round i JI RICHMOND KENTUCKY tana the coiateg manutacturing cen a l OFFICE with C F itinii a CrJ A R Bur- - nertnwest Bl Vi BatotPaulBf i1tilui nam on First Street jnne 22 tt AN ITD Bjll 8 I st and sostlj Sates irresponirsy a J will be named to coints la Mitoesca ail r J A SULLIVAN kota or upon Paget mhhJ and ta nca rl sUiA a es- - SrSff Xaaw oct6 FANCY GHOCEEIES RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE on First street same as formerly occupied by County Jndge Coast For rartber particulars address H ScJ Tupper Dtetriet Passenwr Ag nt Clark Street CMeaeo IJ or C H VHSB3 general Passenger Agent ht Pani iLsn JJ t ly five-year-o- ld ld three-year-o- four-year-o- tj9a Attorney at Xaw RICHMOND KY Office on Second Street June 22 tf TJSCOTT im i 8iainjMJn7i s a a MTTTMhs as rs nchscts i JgJl fl Sill in sin iwuin j1 i 31 Mil 1 1 2af 7fai5u s s aa r r zaaii is i 230 3 T J Â¬ iNcrwwATi r jkm Attorney at Law C S Hfefe POWELL Is IS a nisijcL 7i a M miss i a ar a as J it 1 asaisSiiji 8 WJDtata 3iM jaiiai iS 17 8 91 14 is 17 3 2 J Office on Second RICHMOND KY Street June 22 tf SlSHrJWlt u lsiiThsiM afi tn3B 3 stx 4- ssaiiJ 1 r - IB s IE JS00DSJ0R ILL EXGURSflON RATES FROM ALL POINTS mwm MTERS ygi HHIIDLHiHOOlO HIE UNSURPASSED DISPLAY counties ana in the Court of Appeal Office In Mnafr Pninmloolnnl office over Circuit Clerks office JUXJO i 11 -- Attorney at Xaw Will practice in Madison and adjoining W S A J REED 7 siSllSmS Si 14 5 6 7 KV 1 Jut MUl3jill4MlS P-jjl snp ii 21 Pet s j 4 3 IKM11- - MS5t2S29 fcawisa Ij s3 Attorney at 3uaw RICHMOND KY up stairs over Ramseys Office onrnpr Main nml fTlrat MOBERLEY l- - GALT -- - HOUSE Rewarded are those wM I his and then att t i f r And hon arable crop rrytA nr C n Mn iht made and are bow ink ng severa r dollars a saosla It Is wsv for J dav wt a r raate JSand Inic to wck Bther sex youg or tal Sot needed we start you new No seeetal abtlltv reqm eo B reader can do K as welt as aDy to us at once lor fall particulars mail tree Address Stlsson to Pir vi Maine I apwarpr Fni THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL -- v GODS LOUISVILLE KY 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