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WS - HSBHinaHI - sKa2 p5 n -- sart I rv J NA it v J fiKSK PrmtShosth VOLUME 1 RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 4 1888 troduclng the same nbsolute rule Juto NEWS PARAGRAPHS these colonies For taking away our charters abol Â¬ ishing our most valuable laws and Dispatch from El Paso Tex says that altering fundamentally the forma of fifteen hundred lives were lost by the inundation in Mexico One thousand governments For Euspeudlng our legislatures nnd bodies have been recovered William Rodger of Franklin Ind declaring themselves in Vested with power to legislate for us iu all cases was fatally injured by the premature dlsoharge of a camion while ratifying whatsoever He has abdicated government liere the nomination of Harrisou and Mor- Â¬ by declaring us outof his proteclion ton and waging war against us William Moore the colored man who He has plundered our seas ravuged assaulted Mary A Bingardiner at Mot our coasts burned our towns and de toou Ills was taken from the county stroyed the lives of our people jail at Charleston and lynched by mask He is at this time transporting large ed men armies of foreigu mercenaries to com- Â¬ Tbe Chairman of the Chicago Con- Â¬ plete the works nt death desolation vention was presented with a gavel and tyranny already begun with cir- Â¬ cumstances of cruelty and perfidy made from the wood of the oak under scarcely paralleled In the most bar- Â¬ which the Republican party was or Â¬ barous ages and totally unworthy tbe ganized July 6 1334 at Jacksou Mich head of a civilized nation He has constrained our fellow-citizeGov Buckuer has appointed Dr E taken captive on the high seas H Jones of Lexington as first assist Â¬ to bear arms against their country ant physician at Auchorage Asylum to become the executioners of their vice Dr Alviu Duvall resigned Dr friends and bretheren or to full them Â¬ Silas Evans Jias also been appointed selves by their hands first assistant at the Lexington Asy- Â¬ He has exalted domestic Insurrection lum among us and has endeavered to Miss Sudie Noel the young lady that bring on the inhabitants of our fron some time ago left our city for tiers tlie merciless Indian savages Nicholasville and for whom there was whose known rule of warfare is an so much uneasiness felt by her family undistinguished destruction of all ages has been beard from She is in St sexes and conditions Louis and is employed as a waiting In every stage of these oppressions girl in a restaurant Harrodsburg we have petitioned for redress in the Democrat most humble terms our repeated pe- Â¬ titions have been answered only by Tbepeople of Haw kins county Tenn repeated injury A priuce whose char- Â¬ are much Mirred up over the conduct of acter is thus marked by every act an evangelist Bev Win Winfiey which may define a tyrant is uuflt to who has been charged with forging the names of prominent cicizens to promis Â¬ be the ruler of a free people sory notes for large sums of money and Nor have we been wanting in atten- Â¬ tions to our British brethren We then discounting the notes Warrants have warned them from time to time have beeu issued fur him but he has of attempts by their legislature to ex- Â¬ fled Â¬ ns NUMBER 3 THE FOTJETH THE DECLIRATIOX OP INDEPENDENCE In Congress Jaly 4th 1776 The Unani- mons Declaration ef the Thirteen UuHed States of America ftiienintUeoourse of human evontc It Lec raes necessary for one people Io dissjve tbe political bands which have cosnected them with another and to as time among the lowers of the earl the separate aod equal station to winch the laws of nature and of na ires God entitled them a descent lepe to the ojhuIohs of mankind reres that tliey should declare the cures Inch impel them to the sepa ratlin We hold these truths to be self-ev- i that all men are created equal dent Hist thry are endowed ly their Creator w b certain unalienable rights that not Insure in the Best Thejuryinthe case of Miss Irene home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted Their Cowden againvt J L Laugley in the embraces variety as well as ele- Â¬ Insure your house and contents stock of Buggy Robes and Lap Cloths SI United States Circuit Court iu a suit gance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber and sleep soundly it will he too Thousands of the host 83S0O of 50000 for defamation of character Buggy whips of whalebone riding whips of cowhide wagon whips late after you are burned out Bold Watch ever made arc soll were unable to agree and were dis AND COLORS Our Companies have over 40- ing in our Co operativo Clubs of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in variety cluuged by Judge Barr It is said that This is Ttrit Cheapest Are guaranteed to be made of and onlytbe opercilve Systcia Host Convenient 000000 capital and over 100 Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups co ten were for a verdict for plaintiff and selling watches of reduce t mie friends Wind era are Pure Linseed Oil White Lead The watchesevery American toLcicr Stemand dura two in favor of defendant tusni under absolute despotism it is The case Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and strong 000000 assets viz accuracy containing essential We therefore the representatives of will be Liverpool London tried again next January tuer nilit it is their duty to throw Zinc and other purest and best bility and have in addition numerous patented shop made and city made improvements found in no otnervtatch Xheyoro Globe the United Htates of America in Gen Asrts497M73 provide oAulIi a government and absolutely tbe only Dust and Dampproef liore materials They contain no water menls made in tho W orld and aro jeweled Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse boots Commercial Ubhmi It may not be generally known that eral Congress assembled appealing to 24165 raw guards for their future security iSjfewj Guardian c benzine barytus or other cheap throughout with OJC2fUXNISisItUBUSS The toe weights girts brushes curry combs snunges the Supreme Judge of the world for rats are fond ot negro flesh but such Is Home and 8u I has beii the patient suUerance 8fi6ii8 laltrt Stem irind and Set the strongest ap- Â¬ simplest made Thty are fuliy equal for therectitude of our intentions do in the fact Last Friday Mattie Slaugh- Â¬ A lull line of collars hames trace chains back bands hame strings Lancashire materials will cover 300 square pearance accuracy duralltltj and service 739585 cftljese colonies awl such is now the the name and by the authority of the ter of color attended a Irial at the to any 7 Watch Out feet two coals Manufactured and brings them yithin the rcco operative Clnb System plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners Qeen Lffto ity which constrains tliem to Hartford 538814 good people of these colonies soiemly court house leaving her babe 1 ing on ch cf every one altrlieir former pyateins of gevern publish and declare That these United the floor at home On her return she 2187173 put up only by Geo M Willging the KEYSTONE TURFMEtf CAN FEND ANY THING IN THEIR LINE German 2 1145 FireraaasFund rrci J he hlhtory ef the present Colonies are and of right ought to be fonud that n rat had been dining off SaTH1 Richmond Ky Price Wholesale V let 3e6jls7 National WATGH GIUB CO King of Great Britinu is a history of Free and Independent States that tlie nose nud face of the infant Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed G2G CJ estsmt St or Retail repeated injuries anil usurpations all they are absolved from all allegiance Nicholasville Journal Total irjfsesffiWf P 0 Box92S FMlaPiu saddlery and harnessliouse 119121514 l VTcrrfrlosnyCsm i AGENTS igln direct objest the establish- - to the British crown and that all merciil Ajjsncj apr18 om WAtU EU Winn of this city Hon Beckner in 1 1 of an absolute tyranny over these the placo Herndons Corner Main and Second Forming Clubs Constant between them f rjlnes To prove tbi let facts be sub political connection Jf Jem Zow cad Save Money Streets D L Thornton of Versailles and and the state of Great Britain Wat Sudduth cysnr larcc of Flemingsburg have Galt House ruteJ to a candid workl HAir for all ordinary shades or colors iHf e-- WANTAcencics in C V C Ft Y W H E City is and ought to be totally dissolved R E ACCr73 Louisville Ky June 23 1888 He has refused his aent Io laws the and that as Jrcc nnd Independent been retained as counsel iu behalf of The following resolutions were unan Will make any shade or color to mch i4 6m thoce wishing to remove tlie Millers jann iy most whole mme ami neocessary for States they have full power to levy burg College to litis point and a mo- Â¬ imously adopted by the members of order the public good war conclude peace coutruct aliances the delegation from Ohio to tbe Six- Â¬ He has forbidden life governors to establish commerce and to do nil other tion for the dissolution of the injunct ion will shortly be made There is teenth Annual Session of the Supreme GEO WILLGING pass laws of immediate ami presiig acts and things which Independent hardly n doubt that it will be dissolved Lodge Ancient Order of United Work- Â¬ uitless nwewewled In their States may of right do And for the It raiice aud work on the building will com- Â¬ men being held in this city Decorator in Paint and Paper n till his assent tdHmhl be ob-- bupport of the Declaration with n soon Winchester Democrat Whereas The proprietors clerks j wnen so mjsh ihkxi uc firm reliance on the protection of mence aim ui Richmond Ky and employes of the Gait House have Main St Las uterly neglected John Montcrief night watchman for exerted themselves in every possible mar7 tf to attend to Divine Providence wo mutually pledge IIk h to each other our lives our fortunes the Ohio and Mb sissippI Railway direction to make our stay at said MAIN Company at Mt Vernon Ind while hotellery one of pleasure aud of com has refused to jws other laus ami our sacred honor lis fort and assistiug iu transferring baggage f r the accoininodutftn of large dis JOHN HANCOCK Â¬ Whereas the table SEWiHQ caught hold of a t achel aud losed it tions and appointments accommoda E til Is of penjde unless tho e people are all that New Hampshire Josiah Bartlett into the baggage car At the same could be desiied aud equal to those Rouii reJiuquisti the rigut oi repre William Whipple Matthew Thornton any hotel which it has been our e ai in in the Iegislalure SR right Massachusutts Bay Samuel Ad moment a loud report was heard and of Is the place to go if jou want anything in Montcrief reeled to the platform privilege to visit therefore U clniitble to them and fjJtrnldnlile 8ms John Adams KobertTreat Paine Resolved That we extend to the IT ITU a fa3PpPjlkjHrSr wounded iu tlie breast from a ball t triuts only proprietor clerks and employes of the Diamonds Watches Elbridge Gerry which was discharged from a pistol iu Gait House of Louisville Ky our ArtgBatiii He lias called together legislative AND Stephen Hop- tbe satchel It is thought he is seriously appreciation of aud ihauks for the BiioriE Isianu belies at places ubukusI uncoruforlH- Clocks Jewelry Fine court esiesand facilities extended us dur injured Ue and distant from the depository kins William Ellery -- DEALER IN- ing our stay among them be it further Boger Sherman Connecticut of heir public receerds for the sole-pur- Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas A Frankfort special of tbe 27th says Hcsolvcd That we commend the William Wil- Â¬ Charles Dudley Warner of Harpers Huutngton IQ ie of fatiguing them into compliance Samuel Is prepared td do an Kinds of Gait House to the patrouage of our Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and Gold Headed Canes liams Oliver Wolcotr vi h his measure Magazine remained over in the city brethren of the order from whatever BUILDING AND CONTRACT Plated ware etc Special He has dissolved representative New Yokk William Floyd Phil Â¬ the guest of Governor Buckuer until jurisdiction hailing as well as to tbe Fine Razors l attention given to Xiewis Lewis this morning when lie the Governor traveling punuc in general 32ttK5ffi Loes repeatedly fur opjKsiug with ip Livingston Frauds i WORK The Ohio Delegation A O U W Mo 8 mai jy firmness bis invasions pu tlie Morris Auditor Hewitt and Director Proctor Fine Pocket Knives D M Mills Chairman AT THE MOSTi rij Ltof the peojJe Nmw JbkseY Biohard Stockton of Ihe Geological Survey took the Ihe 1LDREDQE B is sold with tho 3t At Roever Sec pro tern DIAMOHDS Ho has refused for a loug time after John Witlierspoon Francis Hopkins train for Pineville intending to go guarantee of being the BEST Domestic Scwins Macliines J dissolutions to cause others to be John Hart Abraham Clark thence b5 horseback over the moun- Â¬ Belfords Magazine For Jnly liatcanloMADE Jted wliereby the legUlntive pov- - Pennsylvania -- Hubert Morris tains to Hnrlau and other counties of Frank Hurd concludes bis discusson AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES s iiicapable of annihilation AND ALL KINDS OF have Benjamin Bush Benjamin Frauklyn that regiou They will be gone a week on Tariff Reform A Plen for the Will furnish drawings plans and returned to the people at Iarge for their AGENTS WANTED Negro bearing on the same subject specifications at any time Johu Morton George Clymer James en the trip tx ruse the State remaininjg in the SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES Common Pleas Court commenced by Mr Pliilpott and A Farmers Smith George Taylor James Wilson meantime exposed to ail the dangers ueorge Office at his residence on Hallie Promptly done and in a workmanlike Monday That being county court View on the Surplus and Tariff Re- Â¬ itoss ELDREDGE MANUFACTURING GO rfinvasions from without and convul Â¬ manner Delaware Caear Bodney George day nothing was done In Judge Scotts form by Sol Putnam which also ap Â¬ Irvine Street titVxiK0SSSaS sions within Tune22 tf court The Benlck will case was call- Â¬ pears in that number show that the JBKIAIDEUE ILLS He haa endeavored Iq prevent the Bend Thomas McKean morning nud both sides conductors of the Magazine are sincere t YOUR-Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silyer Maryland SamuelObase William ed Tuesday ready Puliation of these Stplesj W thaj Senator Blackburn in Iheir endeavors for Free Trade Paca Thomas Stone Charles Carroll answered Itipoxe cbtniciiig the laws of the Mrs Cleveland lately referred tons Maj Harry W Ward Judge Win Dont foreet tlie place next dcor oaurahzitlon of foreigners refusing of Carrolliou Lindsay Judge B F Buckuer Hon G the only Democrat in America more to thu Post office Eiobmonil Ky to as others io eroourage Virciinia George Wythe Bichard Lockhurt Hon C J Bronston and popular ban our President Iheir migra has a t n Lither and ral ing the conditions HenryLee ThomasiJeflersort Benja- jan4 tf and SILVER and Mr E M Dickson are the visiting at poem addressed to her by Mrs Sarah CHICKEN tf new ippropriatHiu8 of lands mine Harrison lhomaa Nelson Jr torneys engaged in tho case Win M B Piatt dyMBS get new goods for He has obstructed the aduiinlstra- - Francis Lightfoot Lee Carter Braxton it or the The fiction includes a complete novel Chester Democrat tl il rr l ibfiOiA m rria1tiilila uedtif fr Cholera Cure VJ j aire octm fu North Cakomnvi WMiaiu Hoi- - The floods along the Mexican Cen- Â¬ by Gertrude Garrison entitled The Let DEE ibiMiMu juinciary powers per Joseph HewasTohu Penn Captain Kemeys has a Wrong Man tral Railroad have been terrible iu their story called Old Raven and a bright IN i liimie judges leiefdenl on Son rai Caboijna- - Ku ward But- - consequeuces both to 1 human life and wll LieH- - tlie tenure of tfieirtjgdjjTJioma HejwardjiJr3 Thomas on social life is contributed by to properly The latest estimate re- satire amount and payment Lynch Jr Artliur Middletou aniline MUsElUubeth Marbury ft eir salaries Ghobgia Bultou GwinnettLymau ceived places he number of houses Doiiu Piatt Ihe editor gives a destroyed in Leon at 2224 and tlie He has erected a multitude of new graphic and striklngsketch of Senator Hail George Wallop homeless families at more than 1000 m v and sent hither swarms of IngHlIs Record besides some atten- Â¬ CSrs to harass out people and ent Change of Time on tlie Louisrille Sonllitnt According to it more llisn 300 bodies tion to dam Raudallifm Roads Iugersoll KENTUCKY Tlie Liieville Southern will isMie a have been Recovered from the ruins ou Conkliug tbe great tariff debate 0uttrHiltiee probability that the and there is no Helms kept arming hein timf f nev time scIfeduleJtily 1 as follows etc etc standing armies without Ihe Train No 1 will leave Louisville at entire number of the dead will fall QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO 700 Prize Studies Of Tornadoes JOHN DONELSON ciMtit of our legihlatures- 720a rn arrivjug Jt Chattanooga at short of LEY GUTHERSON Â¬ of the netnuHflVctej to render the nilfl- - 5 p m with through parlor cars The American Meteorological JourToll gales hinder trade I a lesson Propiuetok apr4 tf New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga LEXINGTON KY tt 1 pendent of Uqdsuperidr tOf ver latesfpaUeni These cars will k that Jessaralue county is learning and nal desiring to direct the attention of e cm power STOCKTON ftrouglli f without ptra charge or tbe NicIiolaviile Journal is printing students to tornadoes iu hopes that Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all v He has comblnfxl wiih mhm tn cuJ nlianpe- coniiectlnc wfth aft trains for communications from people who in valuable results may be obtained oilers Agents For Madison Connty Thousands of dollars worth of im us to a jurisdiction foreignwwVv points tjouth and Southeast to our sist Hint the turnpikes must be made the following prize 8ep28 ly chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ Cotishtuiion For the best original esfay on torna and acknowledged by Tlie night strain will leave Louis free MaysviHe Bepubhcan era It is more fatal to chickens than r awsi giving his assent to their ville at S25 p m with through buffet There is not the unanimity on this does or description of a tornado 200 Largest and most complete stocl in all other diseases combined But the 3 of pretended Where Are Ton Going carsarriving at Chattanooga subjeot which we anticipated Even For the second best 50 -sleeping legislation Best discovery of a remedy ihaX fosttrrrly Our motto Central Kentucky TOtendayoa start YrhenfromT Howraaer F r quartering large bodfes of armed at 8220 a m Atlanta 140 p m tame some of our townsmen favor keeping And among those worthy of special Goods and Lowest Consistent Prices cures has been made and to be con-Â¬ party troops SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST ia your have yon Wbat amountdoof frtight or P CARROLL you prefer bnsLga What route day making direct connection at At Â¬ up tlie tolls Tlie Journal Is open for mention 50 will be divided amiig u vinced of its efficacy only requires a THE Upon rtcelpt ot an answer to tbe above qass 77 and 79 W Main St essays must be sent to either of The fr protecting them by a mock lanta and Cbatfauooga for all pohrta communications on both sides Nich- Â¬ Uoos yti wfll be famished freo ot expesse wMb trial A 50 cents botde is enough for Lexington Ky the Ion eat tbe editors Proftssor Harrington AsÂ¬ janti iy from punishment for ny rnur- Soath and Southeast There will also olasville Journal MJJKo a lato one hundred chickens It is guarÂ¬ Cincinnati and Lexington with phfts tronomical Observatory Ann Albor eT wijjti tlley bhould oommjt ui the be on tins train a magnificent nuuei orM ANsTOlotbervttel Morning and ffiglit anteed If after using two thirds of Haffet Can to nearly ail or ablelnfcmn S3 corres Â¬ A Parltersbarg W Vt juu fiadonwbJeb wnabitant of these Stales tleeper fbr Knoxvllle Tenn via the pondent of tlie Enquirer says A ilny Michigan or A Mawrence RotcU win savii trouble time and mosey Ageata wfil a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly the Important Cities of the BonUi without change Blue Hill Meteorological Observatory Contractor and tall in person where necessary Panics set iur cn ting off our trade with all new liuc which has been ohrktened or two since Mrs Tom Shalt died and satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken RONNrNO THKOUQIT OARH P or the world inW JUIIIC TWKNTY EIGUT HOURS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IN ready te answer above questions sbooM est oat Readvllle and praierretals notice iot tatsre rderatee lb Uni T theOakdae route wblch will ar Â¬ was buried on Crow Creek Logan 1 first day of Mass U S A before tbe Is prepared with an experienced set of Cholera return it to the undersigned may besotne nsefaL Address C B WiitaEt July I860 They must be hands to do all kinds ot nouse buitoing and your money will be refunded w imposing taxes ob ns without rive at Knoxville at Q a m next General Passenger Aeent St Paal Vtaa Ci Travelers have a choice of two kind of Sleeping Car on county After Ihe ceremony at tbe signed by a nam deplume aud be ac and repairing Give him a call 11 OllUUliU il U C QUEEM AND CIUMCENT ROUTE Mann BlegantBou- conbeut WILLIS STOCKTON morning connecting wltli trains fpr Rrave tbe minister publicly invited any companied by ti sealed envelope ad tfolr Uunetranuimiman s meal i ai ace Jjuueisjiee per smie 1100m i aiiern Pnr A mar7tf pnvne Be -- in many cases Warm Springs nd other resorts In couple wlio wished to bo joined in mat Â¬ Bfn e benefitB dressed with same nom deplume and I North Carolina nr irtni kw tUm rimony to step forward wbeareupon enclosing the real nnme and address of OB niYO CBLBaBATEMIBMAl fPQWs Leading Railroads SSSrc5SM Nearly or iransportlng us Km Wonders exist In tborwands of beyena eaa to be Train No 3 Will leave Louisville at Khafl and a tlilrleen-year-ol- d paneriprs holding tickets via this line ar m clrl nam Â¬ tbe author Three Independent SM fceri urtmrmonwn to tUr Vr forms but are sorpttsscd by the Urand Central Union Depot in Cincinnati Patents Caveats and Trade Marks m aud all saved transfer across tiie City and are assured a Journey attended with speed j i ruOrErptPntj- vwHiVH Owunntnd KnwlH ia mnrvels of lnvonttou Those who therefore 446 n m arriving at oneioyvjuc tOei Sent br bmJ P PmUo proeunxJ Rejected ApplicatkBs Recvdies are In deed ef DrofluOjle wort that comfort and cenvenlence For atmiii - ed Mary Browultiff stepped out of tbe capable judges will beselected to award ulanie ore -- r m TotrrPiKhnrcr 7t25 - Hari iL DrISl n TitwjeaJ 8C ltotton JU Urn oIJUir 1I1H irfR HVMIHIl Ul Ull cau be done while living at home should at vivedUL Ail funeral train and were united iu tunr-ring- the prizes Hud the papers receiving Uao ot ibi before and UProseeated Office bHetoeeaÂ¬ eltsh law i once send heir address to Hallelt Co fort --111 Haiiirr 5555 Danville 855- - It will the via- - Queen and Crescent prompt 8 Patent Shtiff ia fifly seveu years old them will be the property of the Jour- Â¬ Life of KENRY WARB BEEGBEB laud Mntoe and tecelve free full intonna-Urn- ly attended to for moderate feec aud no Tte establishing ttonfi rfafirfl Ipbva nanville nt 580 n m Harrous liow either aex of all ness can earn Ufoctrated trttiiB bis Wo from cliarge made ualess Patent ia aeetwed from 5 to 25 per day and upwards wherever General OffleesBt Paul Building Vct Fourth ht Cincinnati Ohio Mr RobertHann who left Danville nal o flerlng the prizes A circular giv Â¬ It Lawreoceburg 7 a m Rovernwent andf aiilanrlnir lis bunrB they live ioasre started tree Capital cot iHrauAUMManager Bead Nar IaveBlers GWe UJtiO1 rtorii cp requiietl Some have made over 469 la fa odarleg Rn i arriving at last March forrTflpeka Kansas to ing fuller details can be obtained by 8K5S a General Passenger Aent m BhoititMMllA Guvat iirooUva Jii t A btntton j W MJ IU i FBANKLTN H ODOH UlllC LJUbiVJ rilll IL siiiKteday At this work All succeed lljABltUUp iXRYAr 11 example embark in he jiHal Wste butlnete application to Professor Harrlrigtou ly uov ap2 6ni rsay8 lf WaskrgtB D C Assistant GfBfrel pmsesaerAieat and fit iaetruDi VieRenuiapffiuienaeau j37 felfl- - JJMHsvlUe at 940 a m auing these are life lilerty and the rursui of happtaefrs that to secure tiee rights governments are 1hH tue among men deriving their just p wers from the consent of the govern eJ th it w henever any form of gov ern mtM Incomes destructive of these aii it is the right of the people to all r and to abolish it and to institute a new R vernment laying lis foundation tend an unwarrantable jurisdiction u We have reminded them of en Uh principles awl organizing its over the circumstances of our emigration pw s in such form as to them shall We have apseem in st likely to effect Iheir safety and settlement here pealed to their native justice and mag- Â¬ anJ j jpiiiesf Indeed lrttdenoe w u ctate Ihat governments long nanimity and wfr have conjured them by the ties of our common kindred i nl should not be changed for to disavow these usurpations which t and transient causes ac hz and concrugly H experience hath shown would inevitably interrupt our They m mkind are most diosed to nections and correspondence tLit too have been deaf to the voice of gufl r w hile evils are stitTerable than to nht Uiemelves by abolishing the justice and consanguiuity We must therefore acquiesce in the necessity lorihs o wliicli they are accustomed BjJ when a long train of abuses nnd which denounces our separation and hold them hs we hold the rest of n UTaIon piireuing invariably the mankind enemies in war in peace otject evinces a design to 1 Â¬ There is said to be a smokehouse in failed to get at once into the swim and preferring not to wait went after 5 or6week8 to Denton Texas where he formed a partnership with his brother Jno A Hann a leading dry goods merchant The proceeds of fifty shares of stock In the Formers Nation- Â¬ al BanK of Stanford to be sold next Monday lie expects to invest in the While iu Topeka Denton enterprise he noticed with gratification the pros- Â¬ perity of the Larimer family born and Harry is the prin- Â¬ raised in Danville ciple of a high school the equal of ordinary colleges Jerry Boyle Lari Â¬ mer is a successful lawyer William is the owner of a large dry goods store while the younger bovs all have lucraAll are first class tive employment socially and did a good thing for them- Â¬ selves when they left Kentucky for Kansas Danville Advocate On Monday evening Sadocia Con nelle Jr Constable of Big Eagle pre- cint was shot and killed by Caleb Parker A shot gun was used only one shot being fired It struck Con nelle square in the face putting out both ej es and killing him instantly Couuelle was trying to serve a sum Â¬ mons on Parker when he met his death The paper w as found lying close by his right hand Conueliee was about 31 years of age He leaves a wife and He was a son of ex five children SheriffS T Connelle Parker is aged 45 years He also has a w ife and t hree or four childreu Parker hn3 been carrying a gun for several days to pre- Â¬ vent the serving of the process There was an old suit for debt due from Park Â¬ er to Mallory Neale and the service of the Constable was in consequence of Ihe suit Parker said he didnt intend to pay the debt and didnt want sum- Â¬ mons served Sheriff T T Hedger was summoned by dispatch to the ecene but Parker had skipped out Georgetown Times A titter of amusement went round in Judge Thompsons Court yesterduy when the Deputy Marshall called out iu streutorian tones tiie name of with horse Charles Bush charged stealing Instead of a bad looking man as was expected a pickaninny about tiiree feet high walked out fear and with evideut reluctance trembling He was a veritable thing of i lireds and patches entirely in keep Â¬ ing with the state or the weather He could not have beeu over six years old and had driven away a horse attached to a tpriug wagon while the driver was inside a saloon Charley wanted to lay the crime on some one else Iu response to Judge 1 liompsons querry iriio did not know people were hanged for stealing horses he replied with a Twusnt me twas commical lisp He was evideutly notber fellah prevaricating to the best of his ability but lie needed practice Meantime his mother was instructed to administer a sound spanking in lieu of commit- Â¬ ment to tbe House of Refuge aud tbe spanking process took place in the Clerks office Courier Journal WHY BUY CHEAP The Novelties and New Goods in every department cause all who visit the to utter exclamations of surprise and pleasure Every line we carry is complete and prices NEVER WERE SO LOW FOR CASH AS THEY NOW ARE We have undoubtedly the prettiest line of Satteens ever brought to this city and every style and price from the cheapest American to th finest French Satteens can be found in this Stock Our Eastern importations of t Patent Mushy BUSY BEE CASH STORE Wi oolmz D a TTvrnn JL MADE OF Water B enzine Rosin 5 Hpss Goods and Fabrics as you will certainly save roocy by so deiag H w are marvels of Beauty and Style that can not be excelled BEST BRANDS of CALICOES such as Manchester Merriroac Cochega Hamilton Pacific Etc All five cents per yard and new spring styles We have just received a full and complete ttock of Barflns OXHER- M EFS BOYS YOUTHS and CHILDHEFS CLOTHING W i i 1 1 L DOUGLAS FOR GENTLEMEN JUX and we earnestly ask every lady to examine this stock before buying elsewhere We lead the market in Cheap Stuff Which cost to produce from 8 Shoe Garpets Oil Cloths Bugs Lacs Curtains Curtain Poles Trunks YalisGs c II 10 40C m GALLQ Â¬ The Manufacturers of same direct that thoy be flowed on be cause they have no body and tof9 TV hence they will not cover and celled L DOUGLAS 250 SHOE is unexfor heavy wear therefore will require about twice TV L DOUGLAS 2 SHOE is worn by the amount of paint to cover the all Boys and is the best school shoe in the world same amount of surface that any All the abote goods are made in Con Pure Linseed Oil and Lead well cress Button and Lace and if not sold TV L DOUGLAS rubbed out properly applied will by jour dealer write Brockton Mass The only fine calP 3 Seamless Shoe in We CAN SAVE YOU FROM TWENTY FIVE CENTS TO ONE DOLLAR on every pair of Mens Ladtes and J 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 tads or nails to wear the stocking or hurt the feet makes them as comfortable and well fitting as a Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store hand sewed shoe Buy the best None Jun22tf V genuine unless stamped on bottom L Douglas 3 Shoe warranted CHAS S POWELL J SP3ED SMITH TV L DOUGLAS 4 SHOE the original and only hand sewed welt 4 shoe which equals custom made slices costing from 6 RAMSEY OLDHAM h THE CONNER SADDLERY SMITH POWELL 1 t Fire Insurance Call your attention to their commodious and elegant house Main and beconu btreetSj Kicumonu ivy I H a Â¬ cover JACK FKEEMAN fcbi 6m Agent Richmond Ky corner of Â¬ the southwestern part of iMudison Coun- Â¬ ty Florida that isn veritable lice hive and from which large quantities of honey are taKen throughout the year by merely cutting the comb and catch- Â¬ ing the liquid honey which pours from it The teas have sealed the interior of tiie house with comb WILLGINGS PURE MIXED PAINTS irsr To get a Flrrt CiassWavcIi 3 la la our Co Cpcrstira Clubs a Riaf cp rrst 8S f WAY f ifiL He ATTE3 THE e--t- -- Â¬ over LOWEST CASH PRICES liWI Every sis52s5ay There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance and the quality of the goods they offer is in keeping with the house They haye the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles made in their shop of the best materials They have Style and Variety of Harness We represent ten of the strongest Fire Insubaxce Companies in the world We represent the Company that has the largest capital in the world the Company that has the largest paid up capital in the world tlie Company that has the largest assets in the world the only Company in the world that pays its losses without dis- Â¬ count and does not make you agree in its policy to wait sixty days after a lire to get your moaey All Companies charge the same rate then i S e r e e il ia 100 Different n WfiBK Why fi Â¬ ll t 19 IS 6jiy5 125 Per Gallon JRSrw l3 Wt X8k jRemember W C GOKMLEY CO ADRUFF I Tgtf Oji D P ARMER THE STREET II d Â¬ feS9 B WALLACE JEWELEE HI 13 hc BUJXBER Â¬ uayEWEiEu a I a e i GONTR A G TOR It e sn Jgg5SSMa Reasonable Rates SETTIH2 REPAIRING 3 BRING m Fcb-2J-6- m m Carriages AInTSR Old Gold ASK FOR THE ti 3flP CAS G L P G Remedy I Â¬ m qEM AHD CHESOEFr ROUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Ie OARRIAaE WORKS r- Â¬ Â¬ SEEDS the WILLIS GRASS AND FIELD MmoinlsS oii Eas t ai Trains J SOl fBS t - -- H KHIaEaHY Builder t J VS llt ij mm e- rt DIP All tlie ITO PATENTS 1 am JMijS Travel graSffiS hooliran -- T Li 1 i 1 frScj Kf siijM i Sfe f ft I- - - i li H StCT1 - jr ffBIg1 - jzmiWMH RATIFICATION MEETING -- f ai V- - piWMiWiWWiWyM i THE GLIM AX PUBLISHED nVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE THE Climax Printing Co FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE Edtos- - PKICE PER YEAR JULY 4 150 188S WEDNESDAY Democratic Ticket FOR PHBS1DBNT GROVER CLEVELAND OF JTEVC YOBK VR VICE rRBSIDBNT ALLAN G THURMAN OP OHIO FOR SHERIFF J W BALES Coot TOlb The democrats of Mailisou county a MtdnlffhtViiiltor In raas meeting assembled in tlie Fur some weeks Kt I have been Gmirt liouse Richmond Ky on Mom narvou about burglars but every dayk July 2nd 18S8 solemnly ratified time I have suggested that we ought Hie nomination of Cleveland and to hare a burglar alarm ho lias reTliurmau at the tit Louis National plied Bosh Burglars know what houses Convention June 5tli and endorsed to on tor tlie platform at that time promulgated But wo liavo soniothinj to steal Mr C D Chenault Chairman of the Certainly we have but no burglar Democratic County Committee pre- Â¬ sided Tlie meeting was a crowded is going to enter a houso when he knows that tho owner stands ready to and enthusiastic one shoot tho top of his head oft Don t Messrs H Clay Kauflinan and J H you worry about burglars Thoy all Brown of Lancaster and elector J A know me aud know enough to keep Craft of Loudon were present and away from me made speeches A week ago tho houso next door to But the oration of the day was of us was entered and despoiled and course that of United Slates Senator next day I bogged Mr Bowser for J C 6 Blaokburu He spoke at Heavens sake to get an alarm con length and with great force and was nocted with our doors and windows To scare burglars away he exv warmly applauded The bulk of lib Not speech was on that all absorbiug topic claimed in tho key of G much Let cm come in I want em the tariff the bone of contention in inside tlie presidential campaign He made And you you would caDture a number of converts them The meeting extended Senator No vor a capturot Tho burglar who Blaokburn a vote of thanks for his gots into my houso dies there The visit and speech coronor may come and sit on that body but it will be a lump of lifeless COXORESSIOXAL -- t BowSEft Family HuibanJs Terrlflo 8Lruilo CONCERNING OLE MAIDS Local Produce Markets BY COVINGTON CORRECTED WEEKLY GROCERS MAIN DRO ARNOLD STREET RICHMOND KV bmbobbhmh Baa MKnto mmi Â¬ FBK OONSTAfWK T B AYRES President Clevelands lettor of aecoptaitee was a maeiorpiece of En ttsh composition and truly Democratic Commercial Advertiser a prominent Ropubli- journal opposes the Republi Â¬ At a meeting of the Democratic Committee of the Eighth Cougres sieuai District of Kentucky held pur Â¬ suant to notlee at the Court house in Nkholasrille Kentucky on Tuesday the 3rd day of July 1SSS it was order ed clay And you wont got an alarm No maam Ill bring home a shotgun and a base ball bat but just to comfort you Nature has given mo all tho weapons I want against burg- Â¬ lars The New York can platform Ex Mayor Lowe of Brooklyn an influential Republican politician is violently opposed to Hie Republican platform He was prominently mentioned in connec tion with the Vice Presidency THE 0PAXD MASTER REVERSES Â¬ Â¬ At the session of the Masonic Grand Lodge of Kentucky 1SS6 x resolution was adopted declar ing saloon keeping unma6onic We criticised tlie action of the Grand Lodge at the time holding that the keeping of a saloon was daly aiiUtorized by law and therefore not unmasonic Grand Master J Soule Smith has decided that the resolution is contrary to the Masonic constitution and thereÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ That the Democrats of the respective counties ol tlie Eighth Congressional District of Kentucky assemble at the Court house in each of the counties of said district at 2 oclock p jr Sat Â¬ urday the 2Sth day of July 18S8 and appoint delegates to the District Con- Â¬ vention to be hekl at Danville Ken Â¬ tucky on Wedpesday August 8th 18SS to nominate a Democratic candi- Â¬ date for Representative in tlie next Congress of the United States from the Stli Dfotrk t of Kentucky Each county will be eutitled to one delegate for every two hundred votes cast for the Democratic Electors of Kentucky at the last Presidential election and one delegate for each fraction over one hundred votes and the Chairman of each County Committee of the 8th Di trlct will give proper notice and as Â¬ sist in holding tlie County Convention of the county where he resides That the proceedings be published in Democratic newspapers of the District C D Ciibxauot Chairman 8th District Kentucky THE HARRIS DEMOCRATIC CLUB fore void Pursuant to call a large number of SO00 FOR A HORSE Democrats assembled at the Court HoHeeSaturday eveningand organized King Thomas a yearling colt a Democratic Campaign Club The the property of Hagan of Califor house was called to order by C D nia was sold at public sale in Chenault Esq Chairman Democratic New York last Weenesdaj for County Committee who was made the enormous price of 38000 chairman of the tueeting and J A King Thoma6 is a native of Ken- Higtius made temporary secretary J Stoue tucky is by King Ban out of A F Dudley Sullivan Walker J M Poyntz J A and T S Bron Maud Hampton and full brother ston were appointed a committee on to King Fox and Ban Pox No organization 3rearling ever sold ior such a price More thau a hundred members were A good Kentucky Itorse is about enrolled as valuable a piece of property as Officers elected President A F you can own The sixty four Dudley ls t Vice President J C Milyearlings made 112775 ler Sad Vice President J Stone At St Paul on la6t Wednesday Walker Rec Secretary J W Crooke So So a brood mare the property Jr Cor Secretary T T Covington of the late Commodore Kittson Treasurer C D Chenault s sold publicly for S500r the high B C Potts Col Jacob Corbett nf Ballard coun est price ever paid for a brood mare The 42 ltead of torses sold ty juras elected an honorary memberfor 54000 J A Sullivau J B McCreary W T Tevis J M Poyntz J D Harris and Dr Jennings appointed delegatts 0EX 3IMIGAXS DAUOIITBR DEAD to the Baltimore Convention of Clubs Mrs Johnnie Morgan Caldwell J Stoue Walker J M Poyntz C died of typhoid fever at Lebanon D Chenault Dr Wm Jennings aud Tennessee on last Thursday She John D Harris appointed a committee was the only daughter of the dis to meet Senater Blackburn at depot tinguished Gen John II Morgan and escort him to town Tlie Club was unanimosly given and will be recalled by all wlio the name of the Harris Club in honor attended tlie Morgan reunion at of Senator John D Harri who Lexington several years ago iu an excellent speech Only a few days ago she mar Tlie meeting adjourned till Saturdajy ried Rev Joseph Caldwell recent 7lh Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sergeaut-at-Arm- Â¬ - -- Â¬ h pastor of the Presbyterian V ICoarier Journal The Convention of Democratic Clubs of Kenlueky which assembled at Liederkranz Hall yesterday for the purpose of forming a State League was iu every sense a success More than thirty organizations from all sections of tlie State were represented Hon Mitchell Alford Chairman of the State Central Committee called the convention to order and succinctly stated the object of the meeliug Tem porary officers were elected and com mittees were appointed after which adjournmeut was taken until 3 oclock when reports w ere made and perma Â¬ nent organization Hon effected Â¬ Mitchell Alford was elected first Presi Â¬ dent of the State League with a Vice President from eacli Congressional district The declaration of principles liear with regret of the death of urges the establishment especially by the young Democracy of local clubs in the famous raiders only child every county and precinct of Kentucky and the State Central Committee K I A which is to work in conjunction with tiieleague is instructed to at once Program of the annual meeting of the Kentucky Press Associ Â¬ disseminate good Democratic literature throughout the State to the end tliaU ation at Danville July 4 18S8 Officers James W Hopper the people may inform themselves on the great questions in the Lebanon Standard President earning campaign involvedfollowing The John D Woods Frankfort Capi- Â¬ gentlemen were elected delegates to the tal Vice President Urey Wood Katktual Democratic Clubs Conven- Â¬ son Owensboro Messenger Sec- Â¬ tion to be held at Baltimore July retary Bon Harrison Hender- Â¬ Hon Arthur Wallace of Louisville 4 J son Nows Treasurer T Gathright of Louisville Jake CorÂ¬ Address of Welcome Hon bett of Ballard county W P Walton John W Yorkes Danville Res Â¬ of Lincoln county M C Bowden of ponse W Hopper President Logan county John A Murray of Kentucky Press Association Barren county C S Allen of Cald Â¬ Reminiscences of Early Ken- Â¬ well county aud Harvey Myer of tucky Journalism Col H M KeiiUxi McCarty of the Jessamine Journal Iu the evening the first guu was fired by the young Democracy in a The Press of Eastern Kentuok- - mass meeting at the Court house Its Field of Usefulness and De- Â¬ which for size aud enthusiasm was velopment Hon J T Hazel- - probably never surpassed in this city 01 tlie Highland I AZ Blade Lieut Gov Bryan presided aud w speeches were made by Attorney Gen- Â¬ Morehead How to Conduct a Country eral Watt Hardiu Hon Albert Willis I Newspaper W P Walton Stan- Â¬ Hoh M C Alford Hon Claude Thomas Mr Henry Watteraon Mr ford Interior Journal Poem E C Oolgan Pineville Isaac P Woodwm Mr Johu Rhea and Mr J B T arvln Â¬ Â¬ onrnvii JJauville Ky Two weeks he lor Europe to attend the Pan Presbyterian Council in London and was on the high seas at the time of Iier death Gen Morgan wa6 killed a year after his marriage Last summer we learned from friends of the family that Miss Morgan and Mr Caldwell were engaged ami that the wedding would soon take place We made an editorial paragraph setting forth the substance oi tlie infor mation and it was copied by nearly everjT newspaper in Ken tucky and without credit A card was forthcoming from Mr Cald well denying the entire report and stating that it was greatly annoy Â¬ ing tlie lady and her mother There are thousands who will ai lft DEMOCRATIC CLUB LEAGUE J -- Messenger y -- Ethics of Journalism Hon Henry Watteraon -- The Newspaper Man J M Richardson Glasgow Times Tlie Cash and Crodit Systems of Subscription J P Murray Nelson Rocord -- The Country Editor and Some of Jm Peculiarities W M Hull Conner Journal The Politician and his Relations Urey Woodson to tlie Press ocratic National Committee Chairman Barnum of the Dem- Â¬ has named the Executive Committee of twenty four The member for Kentucky is Don Henry D Mc Honry The Committee will have ie headquarters at No 10 West Twenty ninth street New York Thon Mr B iwser crossed his hands undor his coat tails and walked up and down in such a self satisfied way that I took courage Next day he brought home the gun and tha club and a9 ho deposited thorn at the head of the bed ho explained Its simply to civo vou moro confi- Â¬ dence understand For my part Id give 500 to find a burglar in my house Tiiat night soon after midnight I heard something fall in tho house and I nudged Mr Bowsor into wakefulness and told him of it Its that infernal old catt he growled in reply Youve got hurg lars on the brain and I hope one will conic Ten minutes passed and I was sure I beard some one creeping upstairs I nudged Mr Bowsor again and told him so but ho replicdj Mrs Bowser if you wake mo up again Ill go down town to sleep the remainder of the night You can bo a lunatic on shorter notice than any Â¬ body I ever heard of Now go to 1 sleep and The reason he stopped there was because a dark lantern was flashed in our faces and a stern voice exclaimed If cither one of you make a move to got up Ill blow your brains out The burglar had come Tho victim whose blood Mr Bowser was hunger Â¬ ing for stood ovor us The midnight maraudor on whoso lifeless clay the coroner was to sit was ready to be sot on I confess I was badly frightonod but I did not lose my senses I knew he was there to rob and that he had all the advantage and I did not move a fingor Conic old chap continued the burglar after a moment I want your services Get out of that Take all we have but spare our lives pleaded Mr Bowsor Thats what Im going to do old duffer Climb out o that and hunt me up your wealth With that he lighted tho gas sat down on the edge of the bed and Mr Bowser brought him both our watches all our jewelry and the two hundred dollars hidden in the dresser I never saw Mr Bowser so obliging and Ho even rummaged the thoughtful dresser to find niy lost rhinostono pin and lie said yos sir and no sir to that burglar with tho greatest respect When every thing of value up stairs had been collected tho man said Now old double shins wrap that swag in a towel and bring it down stairs for me You wont kill him I gasped No marm I havent tho time to siTare for that Whats that gun and club for To defend oursolvosfrom burglars I w ish I knew how to shoot Exactly maam and I admiro your spunk Heres your watch and jewelry back and I hopp youll par Â¬ don this intrusion Sorry youve got such an old funk for a husband but divorcos cost money Como along old shingles Mr Bowser meekly followed him downstairs got out all our choice sil or from the sate found him a basket to carry off his plundor and was thon drivon upstairs while the burglar made off Mr Bowser got into bed without a word and I sat up and list- Â¬ ened until I heard the rascal go Then I said WolL Mr Bowsor you wanted burglars Weve had a roaL live one and the house is cleaned out And whos to blame for it Mrs Bowsor I didnt believe you would ovor dare speak to me again Whos o blamo Am I Who else can be Here for forty successive nights youvo kicked me awake from two to ton times to whis Â¬ per Burglars into my cars Yon got me off my guard But I told you I hoard burglars in tho house But I know bettor It was your businoss to have boon awake sooner and to have givon me a chance to get tho gun Ah if I could have got that gun But you never even protested Protested Protested Do you think a man of my standing Is going to bandy words with a burglar My action was taken with a view to save your life Well lets go down and see whats left Not an inch would ho move until daylight and before we got up ho promised me a silk dross not to men Â¬ tion the affair No sooner had ho swallowed his breakfast however than he posted off to the police head- quarters and the newspapers and the result was that a column article with the heads Terrific iight for Life A Burglar Catches a Tartar A Midnight Visitor Flung Through the Window A Taint Â¬ ing WIfo and a Cool Husband Mr Bowser did you toll cm any such yarn as this I asked him after raiding the account Yarn Mrs Bowser do yon know who you are talking to Bat you never offered the least re-Â¬ sistance and you even suffered him to call you names I did cii You lying there in a dead faint know all that wont on oh Very well Mrs Bowser Til send tho doctor up to examine into your mental condition Tho strain has probably been too much on you Pior woman Poor woman Mrs Bowser in De- Â¬ troit Free Press for tho day will never como when that will rank above marriage above tho family of husband nml wifo nnd son and daugh Â¬ ter Tho time was when an old maid was a blighted being There was then but slight disproportion between tho Texcs In numlwr and tho population being sparse every unmarried woman was conspicuous among so few peo- pie and esjicclally among so few of her kind She then had no excuse for her stato of singleness or at least none that the public recognized There was a man to every woman and if she did not marry tho infer once was drawn that no man would bate heh The opinion of tho day was that a Woman Was in haste to marry and not at all particular abodt the man she aceepted so that the ac ceptanco was regarded as virtually by tho man instead of by the woman Henco the old maid was reproached with being unattractive with having t sour temper with being so repulsivo that no man would live with her Bat old maidhood is not now prima In the East thero facie a reproach aro not cnough meirto go round they havo gono to subdue tho West to search for filthy lucre or to chase tho bubble reputation in a new country The avorage ago at which marriage takes place is becoming later in lifcy and tho sizo of tho average family is falling away so that it now has two members less than it did fifty years ago Women were entirely dependent then but now they have become tho possessors of probably a fifth to a third of tho wealth of tho community in which they live so that such of thorn as nre unmarried now havo among them a smaller proportion of dependents than ever before Then again women know moro than thoy used to along with tho rest of tho race they have finer and moro cut tivatcd feelings they arc moro dis- Â¬ criminating and have moro of a choico about a homo and he man that shall dwell in it They appreciate a higher state of happiness than their great grandmothers did and marriage must offer a higher stato of gratification than it once did boforo thoy will em- Â¬ brace it The old maid now has no excuse for her cxistenre and is quite commonly a lovablo person and an intelligent one Who has not often seen a hand- Â¬ some old maid To bo sure she may have had tho wrinkles which some persons can not appreciate as an ele- Â¬ ment of beauty but she may never- Â¬ theless be beautiful The beauty of the mind is tho snblimcst of all human beauty and an old maid who has lived a life of goodnoss of self sacri Â¬ fice of charitable disposition toward others and of intellectual cultivation will have a countenance and intona- Â¬ tion of voico and a manner that will bear the imprint of that life Tho day has gono by when an old maid is to bo spoken of disrespectfully or slightingly or when sho is to bo looked upon as one disappointed in OUI maids life and a misanthrope are more likely of the salt of the earth endeared to many friends happy in helping others and radiating upon those around them a cheerful gonial y Good Housekeeping Wonderful Clinttsc Wrought Within tho Kitty Team Tbo old maid has become ittl honor Not that celibacy id able ins itulion 1at particularly honorable Richmond Ky July Sugar Cured Hams Country Cured Butter Chickens Eggs Wheat Flour Corn per barrel Hay per 100 lbs Oats in sheaf per 100 lbs Lard Tallow Bacon Hams Beeswax Beef Cattle Butcher Hogs 4 188S M - 33 45c SOS6 J3j5c J2K5C 2533 3 5 00 752 ioc 50 I Sc 1 iiI2c 3tc I5joc 7SGFSC 1 40wc 40350 thoroughly trained workmen out of the choicest and most fashionable goods Do you want a READY MADE SUIT made especially for our trade by the best houses in the East according to the newest designs and out of reliable and stylish material Elegant Tailor by experienced Want to an after the latest and most approved Made Suit order cut and made fashions and Feathers Meal 2o35 Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet ft Timothy Seed Clover Seed Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes S5oc ioi 5it 2 252 oo3 S 25 o IJiGzfiS 25 3 Kl2 made to order or ready made S75 00 AN EL2SGAT SUMMER COAT AND VEST OR A PAIR OF HANDSOME ODD PANTS Do you want something ELEGANT DXJEABLE IDO TOTJ -- WA-2sTT- 1 1 ooi 2502 Louisville By Glover Tobacco Market Uurrett Louisville Tobacco Warcllotisc Sales on our market for the week just closed amount to 1090 bhds with receipts for the same period of 1317 bhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 44453 hhds The sales on burley tobacco this week have been unusually large for this year and the market closes somewhat irregular and a little weaker The rains this week were of a gentle character and Sg the planting of the crop is about finish Â¬ information obtain- Â¬ ed From the best able so far the crop In the burley dis trict will fall below au average plant- Â¬ ing but the planting of burley in the territory south of Louisville is largely In excess of that of last year which will to some extent make up the short- Â¬ age in the burley territory The following quotations fuirlyrep resent our market for Burley tobacco Trash not colory and tobacco dam Â¬ KY AN ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS SHELBYVILLE aged by freezing 6 00 to S850 Employs only graduates of best Colory Trash 850 toSHOO The oldest school for women in the South Common Lugs not colory 900 to Eastern Colleges Prepares for WellesJy Our pupils received at Wellesly on 1400 Course of study full and strong AH mere show and pretense dis- Â¬ Certiiicates Colory Lugs S14 00 to S1700 carded Prices not low but reasonable W T POYKTER Common Leaf S1400 to S1700 27 Medium to good leaf S1700 to S2300 23 00 to Select or wrappery leaf 2650 Â¬ Do GENTS you want the from a WELL REGULATED Merchant Tailoring Clothing House most FURNISHING Do GOODS you want anything DELIGHTFUL UNDEKWEAK Respectfully and SEASONABLE in anyhow DO YOU WANT AN EXQUISITE STRAW HAT DO YOU WANT ANY OTHER KIND OF A BEAT If you do CALL AND SEE US If you do not call and see us COVINGTON MITCHELL OIEiiTOEl HTXjL E VERY DAY A BARGAIN DAY -- LIVE REPORT STOCK MARKET CO By LOPER DATER Ll o Stock Commission Merchants nt Clucln natl Union Stock Yards and Covington Stock Yards BOUND TO GO OF AT H J Strangs Louisville Store Cincinnati Ohio July Good to Extra Fair to Good 4 4 3 3 3 3 18SS 85 50 75 75 5 00 4 75 4 25 4 25 SHIPPING CATTLE Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen LARGEST STOCK oo MAD ABOUT SOMETHING Why the Grin Faded Irora the Face of a Practical Joker At eight oclock tlie other night a citizen drove up in front of a hotel on Michigan avenue and went in to look for a man A minuto later an in- Â¬ dividual came out of a tobacconists ncar by espied tho horse and cutter and a broad grlu lighted up his faco as ho chuckled Egad but this is Jims rig give him a little scare Ho unhitched tho horse climbed in and drove softly away and was well out of sight whon the owner came Ill -- Pvc been expecting it ho growled as he found tho rig gone but Ill niako it hot for tho thief Ho ran this way and that notifying three or four policemen and a scoro of cilizons and twenty minutes Liter something happened A man with a grin on his face might havo been seen driving on Woodward avenue A po- Â¬ liceman might have boon seen climb Â¬ ing into the cutter with him The grin might havo been seen fading as tho pair entered police headquarters Tho officer camo out in a few minutes but the citizen didnt He staid thero all night In the morning he was able to convince every body that it was only a joke and was allowed to go but ho went off like a man who was mod about something Detroit Free Press Taking Off Marks out 2 2 oo Common and Rough BUTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra 4 4 25 Fair to Good 4 3 73 Extra Fat Steers 4 00 4 Fair to Good Steers 3 6o 3 Good to Extra Cows 3 75 4 Fair to Good Cows 3 50 3 1 50 Common Cows 2 I Rough Cows and Oxen I oo BULLS Best Shipping 2 2 50 Best Bologna 2 2 25 1 75 Fair Bologna 2 Fair to Good Feeders 1 25 1 Common and Thin FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers 3 oo 3 Good to Extra Heifers 2 25 2 Common and Thin Stockers 1 75 2 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades J 35 oo4o Fair to Good 20 00 30 Common 10 ooi5 Best Veal Calves 3 75 4 Fair to Good 3 oo 3 Common and Heavy 2 2 oo SPRING LAMBS Extra- 6 50 6 Common to Good 3 50 4 HOGS Select Butchers 5 5 65 Fair to Good Packers 5 5 25 Good to Extra Lights 5 5 40 Light Pigs 5 15 5 Roughs and Scalawags 3 50 4 3 50 75 50 00 25 75 Last month we promised yon to make the month serve as August by giving you prices that are usually made in August We will now do better by making every day a 00 75 00 50 75 o 00 50 Hats and Furnishing Goods BARGAIN DAY AND 50 50 00 00 00 00 00 50 50 70 00 70 60 50 40 00 We can not give you a CUT PRICES ALL TO PIECES in Richmond house and lot or a gold watch and chain with every Suit or Hat as we dont ask We have more goods than we want they you that extra profit but guarantee to must move and to make them move we give you more and better will make prices that will be astonishinsr Dont delay first come first served first come get Hats Furnishing Goods mammoththe pick of whatever is in our Clothing stock than you ever got before for same money Owing to backward spring we have cluded to con- Â¬ Dry Goods SgfSE of any description that the prices are down away CDT DOWN OUR STOCK which is larger than ever and in order to do so we will almost sell them at dlofhi no -- description that the prices are away down want Clothing of any Dont forset if y11 is not annoyod whe n sho sees on the spotless wood work of her doors or windows thoso long dark scratches which reveal that some one has tried to light a match by drawing it across the paint Now this is sometimes our experience for servants will be forgetful or careless and tho tcll talo scratches freet our eyes in tho most unlooked for quarters But wo have found a remedy for tho marks which as every one knows quite defy soap and water Cut a sour orange or lemon in halt apply tho cut half to the marks rubbing for a mo Â¬ ment quite hard thon wash off with a clean rag dipped Cm in water to moisten it and then in whiting Bub well with this rag dry thoroughly and nino times out of ton tho ugly marks Of course sometimes will vanish thoy are burned in so deeply that they can not bo quite eradicated All finger marks on painted walls etc should bo rubber off with a little damp whiting in tho samo way and never washed with soapsuds which destroys tho United Presbyterian point Highway Postal Locomotives What housekeeper AKlK5 Your Own POWDER This powder never varies A marvel of pnrlty strength and wbolesomeness Mors economical than the ordinary kinds and cannot be Mild In competition with the in al Â¬ titudes of low testshortJwelKhl alumor phos- Â¬ phate powders bold only lu cans Royai Uakino Iowdeb Co 106 Wall SU N Y Price if you want Boots and Shoes of any description that the prices are away down prices are away down Boots and Shoes Â¬ Absolutely Pure -- COME AND SEE THE- - TT1 Q Dont forget it you want Hats AJLCbUiS of any description the that jlyi iy THe Penn fully called to the Mutual Â¬ The attention of the public is respect Â¬ FINEST GOODS NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES ever named for same quality of goods at the oldest Clothing House in Kichmond Dont forget if you want anything at ah that is usually kept in a first class store that I have it and at prices that are down down down H C C WALLACE Pknn Mutual Life Insurance Company of Philadelphia The Penn Mutual issues all approved forms of Life and Endowment Policies J STRENG- Store Mammoth Louisville - Z T EICE JE In the south of France tho govern Â¬ ment postal service is supplemented by tho wagon post of private con- Â¬ tractors who employ many hundred horses in conveying small parcels from town to town even along tho railway lines This business his be-Â¬ come so extensive that several road locomotives have been ordered for it and are proving very satisfactory Two of these machines are running between towns 70 miles apart each making the trip ono way nightly at a speed of eightmiles an hon Part of the road is very hiIy with long gradi Â¬ ents up to as much as ono in 11 Tho locomotive with coal and water weighs 15 tons and tho loaded wagon from 7 to 10 tons making tho average weight of the train 23 tons At 175 pounds- - pressure the engines give about 12 iiorso powor and with fair roads uso about half a ton of fuel for tho round trip of 140 miles Theso engines have beon running ovor six months without interruption Engl neerlng Surplus being available in reduction of the second and succeeding payments such returns of turplus have reduced the average cost of insurance much below the figure of many first class competitors IU Non Forfeiture and Extension systems are the most liberal extant full reserve being applied at lapse to extension of original sum insured or to the pur- Â¬ chase of Paid Up insurance as may be desired J may2 tf B TOUFFESt Fiest Street xL Eiwpoo auu London SEE CER Springr Goods CONSISTING OF NIEHS UDIESS MISSESMHD CHILDREHS SHOES OTTR IMMENSE STOCK TAX S I OF All Policies non forfeitable and after two years incontestable The Penn is unequaled in financial security Without security there is no insurance Mere volume of assets gives no protection The real test is applied by insurance writers and the authorities in State Insurance Departments viz The ratio of assets to liabilities In this res Â¬ 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- Â¬ ing elsewhere J K Faulkner District Agent Office First Nat Bank Jerry A Sulljvan Local Agent Richmond Ky 9inay3m Â¬ am ready to receive the taxes due the State aud County for the year 1S88 Your property Is subject to advertise- Â¬ ment and rale without levy after the SURAHCE 1ST DAY OS JULY and a penally of to each list so adver- Â¬ 52 will be added tised As my term of office expires on the 1st Monday in January S9 and I American Assets Cash - S6793575 82 want to collect up in full by that time Losses paid in 40 years In therefore I must collect Nvblle the U B exceed - 41000000 00 weather is Rood Please make arrange Â¬ taxes at once and ments to pay your save cost of penalty Avoid trouble Solid Prompt and Honorable nnd greatly oblige COM - We have on hand the most complete line of 1- - N JJ DEATHERAGE Sheritt Madison Co Ky rootwear Furmsmng Goods Docs the LEADING AMERICAN BUSINESS - B1MWFIRE Guard against burglars and fire by pur chasinga burglar proof and fire proot S-A-IBTKJ POLICIES W1UTTEK BY HMITH POWELL Ajrta in Central RTmtmlnr olron Wo io special pains in selecting this stock to get me luusi ijjutiir jl ura Die ana uomiortaoie Shoes in the market Bear in minin Minf wn Vorii 10 tract anHats Owensboro Messengor Agent Advertising The French Tipton Richmond Quotas Tho Press as art Educator Hawthorne Hill Maysville Repub lican Â¬ Afew weeks ago a woman at Elk The postmaster general has issued 1 Rapids Mi oh sold to a ragman a Con Â¬ au order in compliance with recent federate flagthathad boon in her garret act of Congress which puts a penalty fortwonty years S13 didnt know utaii anything in the nature of an what it was The peddler took it to oOVusiveor threatening dun apparent a neighboring town and exhibited it upon au opvelopo outside oorner or It was eight feet long and bore the and is thought lo postal card or convening the sugges Â¬ words Nashvnio tion thai sueli dun ie inelosed and will liavo belonged to tho blockade runner of thatname Tlie peddler offered to b excluded as uou mallaWe under IhU sell it for 5 put there was no buyers City Tasses -- Residence I ItoSato or Rent act night The City Taxes were duo June 1st Tho orange crop of Riverside Cal this year is worth 750 000 It The books aud receipts are ready thus the was sorely threatened by tho fn3t Haveme money when I call andonce save from calling more than hut was preservd from barm by tho Your Dog Tax is due July 1st Pay care of the orchard men the tax and secure a tag for your dotr or it will be takeu into custody and In tho City of Mexico the avorago the owner dealt with according to the winter temperature is 58 in tho early city ordinance morning 98 at noon aud 55 st mid Â¬ J L BAXTER 2 CHy Collector Every merchant every fanner every every professional man ought to have a safe Account books ac- Â¬ counts notes checks receipts money jewelry and other valuables can be Lept trom all harm at small expense THE CARY SAFE CO aa West Eagle St Buffalo N Y gfOne of the Carey safes can be buildings new en at The Cumax office 1- GEORGE business man 51-3- brands such asi J N Cloys Zeigler Bros N Hess Bro and other excellent brands FRAME RESIDENCE mat uie msb cius ana warranted on Second Street In Richmond Ky next to the Maj 8 Turner property Five rooms two hallx 2 story porch SAnvthinsr we Tmve iii winter mnds and verandas and all necessary out buildings including stable Good ch will be sold at greatly reduced prices tern Lot 60x200 feet HouBeandall wish to sell privately or rent the now two story Â¬ H MYERS mchil iy WALLACE B1GE y stetvBS -- m JW i8fs l IBSjag s BS5r5Sgrejji Hy v j Jf JTEECLIMA X qXSL WEDNESDAY Wasiiinptov D C July 2 88 AT THE Creole Stables of Lexington Mai tin Now that both or the great Natlobnl lUlsselli two yeafs old by St Martin July 1 16S8 j FUANKfrout KY Of Richmond p g W Evnns has three residences his brother-in-lahaYe completed Conventions their Nathan Combs Mrs C D Chenault gave a progres Â¬ The report of feO have been dam Lulu Booue for 2600 labors aud the members of Congress for rent June 1st died on Friday of last week sive toa Monday evening in honorof her received embracingcouuties agricultural every H T Noel sold for John Duncan have re- Â¬ Having Decided to go West I J as B Hasan Hw was tine of the raost promising guest Miss Anne Fretwell of Paris It seclhm of the State These reports 107 acres of land near Lancaster on sumedreturned to Washington and vast MtnteKe license OF their official duties a young democrats in the mountains was a charming ollet for Sale Privately My Farm little affair for a progres- Â¬ date from the 16th to 2Sth of June and the Richmond pike to Judge W amount of work is being accomplished ml a nephew of MJ I N Card well sive tea properly conducted can not be average about the 23rd At the tltnu Walker for 55250 per acre In tiie way of legislation nicbmond va the Olympics en tire ot this city Winchester Democrat iniflff About 545 Acres otherwise ITiere were six courses at many of them were made up some Of course the tariff bill is considered D C Terliune of Mercer bought Deceaeed was a cousin of Mrs L C the conclusion of each of which a small xn to campus 10 a M and 2 paits of the Stt te were suffering from a in Woodford county 15 mule colts of paramount importance nnd is re-Â¬ Fox this place bell sounded and the gentlemen moved drought of about six weeks duration Lying in tees than Tfbfee qnartera This is the 4th of July See the ceiving mo3t of the attention in the to the right the ladies retaining their and embracing a very critical period of all mares but oue at from 45 to 65 nf a mils of the Citv Limits ana of Indevewdemre on our PicnieTo Day House of Representatives and Its dis Â¬ Declaration Also some good yearlings nt 75 scats Music and dancing followed our crops The in sight of the Male and Female the growth of many of The four good Templar Lodges Im cussion has been exceedingly interest- Â¬ first lOv Richard Ten Broeck the famous Colleges Also in plain view of the spring being late aud remarkably cooL bracing Richmond College Hill Speed Â¬ ing during the past week Several of the young people from this Well enough tttrfman has purchased a farm near A notice relative to subscriptions dae well city clock Said land has upon it The several Presidential aspifahts Waco will have a picnic and place attended Miss Pattie Tribbles de with a drouth added was and Institute is to be seen for wheat but was well nigh ruinous to Palo Alto sixty miles from San Fran- Â¬ returned to their work and there is M3iu Feaikletlaya procession nt Waco to day Class Residence A Sev but party at her home at Junction City Climax cisco and Is fitting it up as a residence tlsewlrere In to nothing in the appearance of any of Green Clay Smith Rev T B Demaree Tuesday night and all returned prasing grasses clover and garden products Containing 13 good and conven- Â¬ A full and complete steoke Co have and Mrs liucy Nield will be the orators in the highest terms both the entertain Â¬ But in the meantime farmers were Gentry W W Davis Bro of Georgetown StHrckerforil them to indicate the keen disappoint- Â¬ ient roomsj Ward robes Closets when the sold to Rul Wilson of Scott county 80 ment which they doubtless feel over cultivating the soil and STAPLE AND FANCY IxrnrJs of ad vk ntrd warning elsewhere oftbeoccaasiou DInuerontheground ment and the lovely young hostess Some Pantries and Cellars to suit all of ground was fat hogs at 5 cts They also sold to C their defeat iu tlie convention except- Music by brass band pjb this ferae relative tt July 1st Everybody 50 or more couples were oresent and en blessed rains came the Modern Styles A Barn 68x50 within the whole country around will joyed tetea tetes and dahcing until I well stirred the crops were clean and J Fleming one pair of work mules at Ing perhaps a look of quiet sadness feot residence and harn new County Oouctolay last Monday was are now rapidly growing out of their f350 Clipper Â¬ which displays Itself upon the countebe present Searcys woods will be as o clock In the meantime an elegant All necessary outbuildings Good JsJimly attended and not enough stock average sea- Â¬ full of people as Texas is of Democrats supr prepared by that queen of cusinist staunted state With au According to the Assessors report nance of Senator Sherman despite his Orchard Ice House and two good son from now on they will approxi iiiuuc jmiuco n Ion me iuim Removal For Rent Mr efforts lo appear unconcerned Mrs A Tribble was partaken of and Whelsile old fashioned Houses and one mate a good uverage except as to Woodford county raised last year 2073 tight business day generally Sherman had fully expected to receive from what those who attended say it I have removed my millinery store Tenement House23 living springs grsses and clover which had been par- Â¬ 700 pounds of hemp More than any the Domination at Chicago and prob-Â¬ A Gallatin Tenn telegram of must have been a royal one Stanford to my residence on Main street where Bro Messrs Covington Arnold tially killed by drouth last summer and county in the state excepting Fayette ably none of the disappointed candi fencina good Farm mostly T E Biggs- - of Journal 29 I shall be glad to see my numerous Allcrass This is one of the best baveaklnd word to say to you else- - Thursday says which raised 2664300 pounds Ver- Â¬ this spring in Richmond Ky who does the forging dates feels his defeat mure keenly than friends and customers Iwbere in this usue concerning ac- The wheat In many eectlons was sailles Sun act quite cleverly was taken to Leba- Â¬ he The house I have heretofore occupied Stock Grain and Grass Farms in Icouats which were due July 1st RELIGIOUS Mattingly sold 332 Messrs Simms thin ou the ground caused by the non Ky this morning by the City the County besides being the best The campaign is most likely to be on Second street is tor rent tl r freezes of last winter but the yield is a head of slop cattle to Nelson Morris of the most closely contested and inter Â¬ Drovers Stand between Lexington He is afso wanting at Earl The K C will nrn excursion trains Marshal 36 D Flora Mcs A Elder A Anderson of the Calvinist good one with a full plump berry and Chicago 227 at 5c and 55 at 4c per esting of modem times The issue has everyffiunday and Sunday week to the Parks iugtnn Ky and JeffVrHon Ind for and the Cumberland Gap The Baptist church will preach at the Baptist very little complaint of cheat rust or pound These cattle have been fed at been clearly defined in the platforms To the Public Ureeting ill Camp Meeting bum Junes will the same oflense- - At this place he was church this place Sunday purchaser can do business and morning and smut Messrs Boldrick Callahans distil- Â¬ of the respective parties and the lead Â¬ present Low round trip rates released upon payment of costs by his evening Know ye that Tyges Kentucky educate his children in the City The corn crop is now very promising lery Lebanon Standard fattier who is a Methodist preacher ers jpon either side express themselves Glue has no equal for mending any Â¬ and all take their meals at home Dr John M Foster wife and son The protracted meeting at Ford con having a good stalk aud a fine dark and afterwards turned over to the There were seventy nine real estate ns satisfied with the candidates that thing you wish to mend Ask your This is no sham advertisement have reuioveil from the Willis House ducted by Elders Spicer and Stafford green color m Kentudky authorities 3 transfers recorded by the Jefferson have been selected as the standard druggist for it or send 15 cents in The first one making me a reason- Â¬ their residence fermerly the Dr closed on Sunday night with forty ad- The tobacco crop has been the sub- Â¬ county clerk the past week Tlie small- Â¬ bearers stamps for a 25 cent bottle to able offer will be the lucky man eCreary place on Upper Main street For Assessor ditions ject of much comment and a variety of est transfer was n lot valued at eighty Gen Sheridan continues to improve T A Tyoe Co Will Sell as a Whole or Divided Elsewhere in this issue will be found Teachers Associa Tue Colored State Rev Wm Crow will preach at Silver opinions 38 Flemingsburg Ky dollars the largest seventeen acres In The exceedingly warm weather that I also have a few of the best Â¬ -- ON A- The tobacco section lying generally the county valued at 522500 has prevailed of late has been prevent Creek chapel Sunday morning at 11 tion is in progress in iticuinoud and the announcement of Mr A J Wil POLAND CHINA PIGS ever in loughby as a candidate for Assessor of N Railroad has been west of the L d hie extensive pngram recently VJC ing him from gaining strength rapidly would enjoy your dinnar thq County for Sale oclok and at Kingston Sunday after- Â¬ v jv Careful ex- Â¬ Maud S 2033 has four times beaten aud it has been decided to remove the Mr Willoughby i noon at oclock much more seasonable especially in and are prevented by Dys in The Climax is being follow- - Madison county 4 amination by parties solicited capable of making n good Assessor tlie southwestern part of the State the best trotting record Goldsmiths invalid to Nouquitt Mass where it is pepsia nso Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets Â¬ out One hundred good stock cattle Protracted meeting is in progress at than tlie section lying generally east Maid 214 and Dexter 217 each hoped lie will be benefitted by the They axe a positive euro for Dyspepsia In and comes from a part of the county digestion Flatulency and Constipation Richmeud owes 58000 near mouth of Red River that has Brookstown school house this county of that line of mad In the Western beat the record of their day three times Iresli sea breezes TLe City of quiet of the We guarantee them 25 and CO cents for sale and How are you go never had a county office Neither conducted by Elders Spicer and Stafford Division hut lit lie complaint was made Flora Temple 2191 and Lady Suffolk seashore The U S ami has no money W tr White Prescription Druggist BOGGS Steamer Swalara ing to pay that debt and continue to has auy member of his large family Will continue a week as to plants and the crop is reported 226 in 1884 each lowered it twice will be used for the purpose aud has Improve tlie town or even keep the connection AM ever held an office but The Baptist will hold services at the an average with a good stand and in MrS H Conklin of New Yoik been fitted out with every convenience difffrHrJOMEai I FOR AGENT itarttsin reiear THE have done a large amount of good work Court house next Sunday morning and eood condition In tlie central and has purchased of Mr John T Hughes that it is thought will contribute to Wb Midit vnrnurrjj wf 11 EASIEST for the Democratic party evening and thereafter on the 2nd and 4U1 eastern part of the State they had this county a pair of seal brown car- Â¬ tlie comfort of the invalid during the flflc TRusg Ease Ball GIVE THIS HOUSE WEARING Sundays in each month till other arrange- Â¬ great complaint of the scarcity of riage horses aud a dapple chestnut geld- Â¬ vo age Real Estate Transfers The Richmonds assisted by Kloen- TRUSS on Earth The various governmental depart- Â¬ ments are perfected The regular servi- Â¬ plauts and were generally subjected to ing Price 3000 Mr Conklin has op and three others will play the Jesse L Smith to John C Chenault ces will still be held on the 1st and Sun- Â¬ the drouth and at the time the raiu certainly secured aspleudid lot Stock ments have responded most generously Call and see it 3d on the college campus to day 15 acres 1240 Olympic began had about 60 per cent of an Farm to the invitation extended by the man- Â¬ days at the church iau4 tf W G White 10a M and 2 pm Admission 25 Jesse L Smith to Martha M Tribble average on the hill The increase in Our steam engine and mammoth Prescription Druggist Messrs Robinson Cook Robinson agers of tlie Industrial Exposition ents Rev Jesse Walden has just finished a acreage aud condition since the rain 49i acres 2100 mar2Stf 2d St near Garnett House St which is to be opened at Cincinnati were defeated at Tiie Richmond ce cream freezer are now in posi- Â¬ A J Tribble toC N Hunley 62 meeting at Grape Vine Church near will be considerable The increase in sold on Saturday to Mr Moss of Bell July 4th Last week a train load of in county for 45 per acre the farm of 291 you a good Duncan in which thirty five additions acreage will depend more nn the abil Â¬ W H Kelley will build dncliester and ML Sterling last Sat- - acres 1250 LEADS THE 1Y0BLD acres that they bought from the estate exhibits left tiie city for the latter house cheaper than any man in town tion and we are prepared to fur prday A J Tribble to J C Chenault 2J were received into the church Rev Mr ity to get plants than anything else prob of the Hon Henry Bruce about eigh place Of ail the departments S500 in Gold for Gieral Sperioriry atCia- mar7 tf Walden is a State evangelist of the aores 00 The fruit crop is a large one nish ciiHuiti Intlnstral nspoMtwa aner ably the Department of the Interior Sale of Bank Stock since lull trial anl Upert trst C J Bates to Andrew Maupin 1 Christian church and is meeting with The condition of livestock has been teen mouths News fur 36 per acre will have the most interesting and in- Â¬ 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure Ou last Saturday Mrs J B Moran Lancaster great success Harrodsburg Democrat acre 600 impaired by scarcity of food structive display Indeed this is to be Chicken Cholera and other diseases koM publicly twenty five shares of Root Carter of this county bought Lipscomb Parrott to C JBates 2 Ail things taken together the farm expected from the nature of the work among fowls I will refund the money iladi on National Batik stock at acres 250 SPEEDWELL 225 sheep last fall They kept them er lias cause of congratulation done by the department as it has iu every case where the remedy falls K9S2J per share or S696S76 for the Amanda B Risk to Mrs S J Pow- Â¬ The reports in reference to commer- Â¬ through the winter at a small cost and charge of many things intimely con- Â¬ W G White kt Messrs T S Burnam and Waller ell 1 acres 1500 The late rains have revived the drooping cial fertilizers are decidedly conflicting in any quantity at any lime even have already sold enough wool nnd nected with the industries and progress Prescription Druggist ennett were the purchasers spirits of the fanners the growing corn At the lambs to pay for what they cost be Â¬ mar28tf 2d Bt near Garnett House In some couuties they are quite popular of the country The Patent Bureau on the shortest notice ame time Airs Moran sold seven Trustees and Teachers of Public Schools being now in a flourishing condition nnd their use increasing while in sides having 75 more head than they Office sends many maps aud pictures Biares of First National Bank stock at Donelsou uses the best material that started with There is evidently good together with twenty five huudred of Section 15 article VII school law Squire Hendren had a new swarm of others just the reverse is the Inct best work- Â¬ Ins i per share No bees May 1st and in one month they had Their use in the culture of wheat seems money in sheep when managed as her choicest models to illustrate prog- Â¬ the market affords and the of Kentucky reads as foljows Shakes with any desired Traction and Portable PeerleiB men He puts up none but the best Milk they should be Stanford Journal Trustee shall be allowed to buy any filled the hive with honey and sent forth to return better results than in that of Ilonse Burned in- Â¬ Domestic and Creamery ress made in various mechanical Engines work Buggies carriages etc made flavorings The another swarm tobacco but all agree that the fertil- Â¬ Steam Gang Plows Engines MT Threlkeld sold to Wm Payne dustries and the Bureau of Education to order Call on him The residence occupied by Mr Cliff Teachers claim directly or indirectly apr4 tf under tlie penalty of removal from izing material should be thoroughly in- Â¬ his new crop of wheal that he estimates is equally liberal iu sending a full line Thresher and Cleaner Gelscr ifflet situated five miles from Rich Messrs Wells and Hendren have their office by the County Superintendent corporated with the t oil before seeding at 1500 bushels nt 51 per bushel Wm of modern edticatorial 11 airnt 1 ananc r no-Of the good things of this appliances loud In the Concord neighborhood XK new planing and grist mill in operation ft 7 Uon Feed Pit Dogs Soda Water from a splendid arctic V Set Works aatl WVWYViJio are sorrowfully let And should any Trustee accept or agree and are now ready for orders for anything or planting L Reed sold to J H Dickerson 2000 Altogatlier it will be the finest general as burned on Jaet Saturday morning at baw Oaade We call attention to the results of bushels of new wheat at 76 cents to exhibit mide by the government since alone on account of Dyspepsia Ackers fountain oJock Everything was lost except to accept any compensation from any from a Golden Bee Hive to a fine mansion Dyspepsia Tablets will cure Dyspepsia person directly or indirectly in con Â¬ schedule 3 giving comparative acreage grade No 2 Messrs Hood and Chas the Centennial tie Udding and hoys clothing H Indigestion and Constipation sold on a Origin or a turn of corn meal of tobacco corn and wheat Auy dis- Â¬ Worthington sold to Mr George Cogar positive guarantee at 23 and SO cents by i fire tSSb No iusurauce sideration of employing or hiring a utiRnown Elder M Elliott preached here on crepancy occurring in tlie increased of Danville 3000 bushels at 70 cents July 1st 1888 Settling Time W G White Prescription Druggist not learned The house beloug- - Teacher said Trustee upon Indictment CREM STRAWBERRIES and conviction thereof shall be fined Lords Day and night to large and ap- Â¬ acreage on tobacco wheat and com Old wheat is worth 90 cents Harrods- Â¬ Dont fail to remember it and call tj Congressman McCreary Saw Xffl oa tfeo Ie Lst traprored awl He and Eld Jesse nnd the size of the crop on a general burg Democrat not less than two hundred nor more preciative audiences and beltle your nccount at your very market Send tor catalogue to tho I am prepared to deliver ice to any than five hundred dollars in the dis- Â¬ Walden State Evangelist will begin a average may be accounted for on the By so doing you convenience The Crops and Mock GEISER JIANUFACTUniNG CO His faithful steer Mr Giles Shott earliest protracted meeting here on Saturday ground of n larger number of reports Fruits of every kind STATSE2533 niSHJS ZX PA cretion of the jury will confer a great favor upon us We part of the city regularly or on short to order Tlie tobacco corn wheat and other W waat ogeats awl invite correspooOeaee night before the fiist Lords Day in for schedule 3 being sent from sections of Calhoun county has a steer 23 years use a large capital In our business aud notice Will make contracts for supply- Â¬ ops of fmall grain are good Grass is Vegetables fresh and in abund- Â¬ An Ancient Cane August A profitable and pleasant meet- Â¬ more favored with good seasons I old witii which be has made nineteen if our friends will settle with us ing families offices business houses shops apr3 6m the only short crop Wheal is To- Â¬ Bosa White an aged and robust ing is anticipated have sent out letters of inquiry to a crops and is now under good headway promptly twice a year it enables us to and other places Orders left a Dykess ance Candies in profusion be- iiisg at 75 cents and tobacco is During all this buy goods Â¬ large number of farmers and the an- Â¬ with the twentieth BEATJTITY YOUR LAWSS for spot cash without hav Â¬ grocery on Second streeet will receive bacco and Cigars engaged at 17 to 20 cents by the colored womauwho lives in Richtime the steer has been Mr Slintts ing BLUE BANK mond brought to The Climax office swers received from all sections to to borrow money from the banks prompt attention This is encouraging indeed ESTILIj COUNTY aprn tf J E Dykes CO Monday a cane of great age Jane S DINELLI scedule 3 give the comparative acreage ouly plow animal He has managed thereby giving you the benefit of cash Iocs are selling at 4 to 4 cents and on fo support a large family and while gave Green another colored woman mayq tf in tobacco wheat and corn as follows prices at cattle at 4 to 5 cents you want a nice buggy pbfeton Good crops If his style of living of course has not Corn oats and grass are looking very It to her twenty five years ago It TOBACCO Now our friends who are ludebted to rockaway or carriage barouche it pvacliep cherries and apples been that of a Vnnderbilt he has suc well since the rain was given to Jane by Mrs Fannie Number of acres planted by 541 farm us for last year and before dont think coupe go to John Donelson apr4 t ceeded in making both ends meet Green a white lady who lived to a m in The Richmond Fair u if you find your accounts Iu Mr James Wills has returned home ers in 1886 5251 In 18S7 3327 kept independent and been contented hard of None hut the purest cream used in The Climax will begin this week great age The cane came to Mrs after going to school two months at Cow 1SS8 5633 the bauds of nn officer We have and happy In the steers younger days WHEAT waited patiently but cant do so auy the famous Ice Cream Soda Water at issue five lliousand catalogues of Fannie Green from her mother and Creekm 52- Is more than a huudred years old It Number of acres sowed by 554 farm his color was coal black but now he is longer So come and settle and save S Dinellis 3ie liichmnml Fair wblcu will be as gray as a rat Dawson Ga Jour- Â¬ Mr James Scrivener of Station Camp ers in 1887 16059 in 188S 17339 is an ordinary Kentucky cane about ex- Â¬ us pain and yourselves additional jeid four days beginning Thursday Donelson will make you as good a nal died Tune 2cth He leaves lots of kin m Patented March M 87 CORN Micuat 14th pense The premium list is five feet long and the size of the folks to mourn his death Mr Scrivener J buggy or carriage ns can be bought To show how rapidly the generation Number of acres planted by 554 farm Â¬ CO aried and extensive 3 SlIACKELFOKD GENTRY horses cattle slender part of nn umbrella Bosana ran the Grange store He will be missed apr4 tf any where in America of trotters multiply permit us to call ers in 18S7 19592 in 1682 21532 garden savs tlie Cincinnati Exposition can by all pules jncke jennets farm iaxajS FOLDING LAWN SETTEE While we do not believe In fostering Following is the general State aver- Â¬ your attention to a single fact In purchase it from her at a reasonable fairy other products will be exhibited Low Rate yet when Palace Steamers John Shepherd went out tlie other day age of crops live stock eta Schedule 1868 the great speed producing Ham sectionalism in nntythhig tie premium list and purses foot up price Tho Peer of all lawn Seats1 Toot Trip per Week Between suffering from Asthma Con ii bietonian begat Fleetwiug and in 1880 we find things here in the South that thousands coogns to catch his horse The horse iiad rolled oue will appear In the annual report JearSCOOO ISLAND you ever try etc sumption DETROIT MACKINAC A Robbery Says Isaac Above cnt represents our patented over a time or two in a mud hole Shep AVKItAQE AMOUNT OF LIVE STOCK AND Fleetwing produced Ruby 219j and are just as good for the same money as Ackers English Remedy It is the best HrrTUI 6t Itmae Cheborren Alpene Huron Settee The only Settee ever made tfct Sand 0cod OaklandBesrh Pan Cliautanqna AVEKAQESIZEOF CHOPS About half past 9 oclock on Monday hunted for him all day and passed by him in 1882 she produced Stamboul 217J those we get North it does seemto say preparation known for all Long Troubles ZXotue Wertne Citj St CUir will adjust itself to tmeTen groaad Horses 96 mules 91 cattle 98 bogs In 1888 Stamboul begets u winner A the least foolish to spend our money sold on a positive guarantee at 10c 60c Xverr Week Dy Between night Isaac Reynolds ofEstili county four or fiye times and did not know him This new and popular literarj instl Light durable handsome and streag Painted bright red and ornamented DETROIT AND CLEVELAND 85 sheep 80 poultry 99 bees 80 corn better showing still Is this appeared at the office of Dr Bright m is in progress at Woodland Park In 1867 abroad rather than at home Very Bold by W G White Prescription Alvin Winkler and his brother Hayden d intraeu HpecUl annej Trig daring JUy Price Settees 1J0 and JO Clay Pilot 247 begat The Moorl237 many young people go North every Druggist eXiURton and carrying out the pro- - having an ugly wound ncross the back went to the field where Mack Ross was 99 wheat 88 rye 82 barley 79 oats ChaLT IUO OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS Itockers 8300 each Â¬ of his head The Doctor proceeded to cradeling wheat for the purpose of whip- Â¬ 90 sorghum 100 hemp 98 flax 96 and in 1876 The Moore begat Sultan year to Normal schools who could 1 published in lull in The Climax Special rates for Ice Cream for pic if tM and Xxourmion Tleketa win be foralined get just as good ad- Â¬ They all fold flat Â¬ by jw Tleket Agent or address Â¬ 224 and in 1882 Sultan Â¬ spend less money begat Stamclover 74 grass 90 tobacco 90 pota o weeks ago Numbers of persons sew up the wouud saying it was eviB Dinelli nics and other parties ping him They jumped on Ross as they Amut E B WHITCOMB Gem P If your dealer dont keep thesa ask toes 90 apples 100 peaches 100 pears boul 217 and in 1886 Stamboul begat vantages and And things pleasanter rom Kichmond and vicinity have dently made by coming In contact 52- were both bigger than him and he was him to order for you from Detroit fcCleielMd Steam Hailgation Co for them In many ways besides patron- Â¬ en present Several families have with something like n stick or edge of fixing to run when his dog tore Alvin s 100 grapes 100 berries 100 garden a winner for 1888 The lost three gen- Â¬ DETROIT MICH A2EB1CAH rOLBIHQ CHAIS CO Ice Cream Soda Water nt 5 cts per erations were bred by Mr L J Rose izing a home iustitulon by stopping at nped for the season Great nam- - a rock Reynolds stated that lie had pants and when Hayden saw the dog he products 100 dairy products 98 1301 to 1323 N Main SL 6m 62- apr S Dinexlis PRESENT CONDITION This Is what might properly be called the Normal Glasgow Ky The work of glass at sot people from different parts of gotten a horse from Adams stable and packed his nats out of the field and has ST LOUIS So Horses 90 mules 90 cattle 92 hogs breeding to records Farmers Home this school is well known over the gone to Red House where collected 41 15 i State are eojournlngion the grounds seen since so they did not whip not been South ami North also and has brought 94 sheep 100 poultry 101 bees 105 Journal ANNOUNCEMENTS tents forty dollars On the way back to Ross it strong patronage nnd wide populari Â¬ corn 95 wheat 88 rye 88 barley 86 saw two men sitting ou Richmond be One of the serious faults of some ty Original Wins TheSimmons St Loots Prop1 3 FOR ASSESSOR oats 75 sorghum 90 hemp 96 flax horses badly broken aud handled Searcys Ledger- the road bide a hundred and fifty yards CF COLLEGE HILL M A Simmons Lirer Medicine Estd We are authorized to announce JOEL 76 clover 65 grass 70 tobacco 80 po toll gate One or Mr C L Searcy of Waco is in beyond the first Covington Arnold Bro have all T EMBRY as a candidate for Assea 8iys a correspondent of the Indiana 1540 tn tne u 5 court ditiats j 105 To send us 40 cents tatoes 82 apples 90 peaches HZtiHnPiWrAQSmmons Liv Â¬ la jDDali at the ojieniug of the expo them got up and said hello Reyuolds is that of breaking their their accounts ready for tho 1st of July snr of Madison couuty subject to the ball enthusiasts of this place pears 85 grapes 95 berries 100 gar- Â¬ Farmer er Kezulttor Estd by Zeilln IS63 The base immediately and you for one of our lion and will remain some days M A S L M has for 47 years He is that halters No horse should be so han- Â¬ and all knowing themselves indebted action ot the democratic party met Saturday 30th to organize cured Iksiczstiox Biliousnzss den products 95 dairy products 93 as on exhibition several copies of his took hold of him while the other dled as to cause him to contract such a to them will please call aud settle We are authorized to announce Dvsrxntaicx llixnxcnzJorc Respectfully He fell to Miss Fannie Ayres will teach the fall ArrsTiTX Solm Stomach Etc opaiar Ledger manufactured by the struck him witii a stick habit but if he has it it is not hard to Those who have not paid their ac A J WILLOUGHBY as a candidate Rev T B Reams Pastor M K county subject Chas Y Wilson 1 Church Adams Tenn Assessor ourier Journal writes I The Bearoy Ledger the ground and was robbed of forty school at Bybeetown which she will begin tench him that the habit is a hurtful counts for 1887 will 6ave cost by set- Â¬ fortho action of Madisou think 1 saooid nave ocen aeao out of the Democratic par- Â¬ to Commissioner of Agriculture s grown came ou afoot to town soon He to be a valuable piece of dollars 34 one to himself and thus break up the tling at once 3- for yonr Genuine M A Sim- ty a na rc moss jutver Mcaiasc Foperly We dont know of any man Sheritl Deatherage accompauied Rey- Â¬ bablt Use a strong half inch cord George Ballard and wife of Pinchem sometimes had to substitute place They fouud the were over last week visiting R H Elkin6 Bet A Xorel Zeilins stuff foryour Medl J ho more deserves success than the nolds to the twenty feet or more long ac- Â¬ about FOB JAILER cine but It dont answer the NEWS PARAGRAPHS 6 fe FARM WREHGHES bventor of this Ledger horse in the edge of town as they family While I am uot a betting man said purpose cording to the size of the horse Put We are authorized to announce O V spot indicated j lrjiwuraTesAaiior went out and at the Llzbt HandV and Stroof- - w Outwear asd the center of the cord under bis tail F J Cheney of the Arm- of F J JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for Sa4furMeni3hisTenn saver last two Ordinary Wrexe The grand and glorious rain of Wednes- Â¬ X refnved a nackaze of Tour Liver by Reynolds his bat and saddle pock- Â¬ Paralyzed my rellg- - Jailer of Madison county subject to the a pitched battle between a posse IiKe a crupper and twist the ends a Cheney Co I consider it In Medicine and have wd half of it 3While at the mill Tuesday our good ets were found and there was blood on day 27th brought broad smiles to the of Deputy United States Marshals and few times as you briug them forward ous duty to make that fellow a bet action of the Democratic party It works like a charm I want no better Lirer Regulator and cer- The couteuts of the sad farmer iend Eupt W N Potts suddenly lost the eround Wc are authorized to announce a gangofamhushed moonshiners near over the back Then pass them for Â¬ yon see he was about dead and I guess tamly no mora 01 ZciUns mixtnre candidate for C LACKEY e use of his left side Household S D Set and Mart Willoughby has the finest piece of Blue Springs Montgomery couuty ward on each side of the body aud he would have died before spring if I JAMES Madison couutya subject to the He was taken dle pockets Including a good pistol Jailerof a Kosewowt Haadfe Reynolds says corn in these parts and on the poorest Ark Marshal Trammel was shot to TUs set oi ce to his home since which lie has had not been disturbed got him ou the bet You action of tlie Democratic party 3- through the halter below the jaw Tie had not of foirtaretBSWiMe blades of a white man but ground Bone dust did it leaimed somewhat the use of his arm the voice was that death firmly to a tree post or stall anu ex- Â¬ know some men had rather lose their We are authorized to announce box ThbtiolaeoartandrrteTerrrter w 1 Lis leg refuses to perform Its fuue-- the face was dark i0V around the Kwse at the o A reunion of those who voted for cite the animal by any means that will life than a hundred well he was oue SAMUEL BIGGERSTAFF a candi Â¬ Wm Mellon is remodeling his house Reynolds the farm Sent free oo receipt ot S 1 60 40 40 0S Among those who know came near date for Jailer of Madison county sub- Â¬ Mr Polls has liarl a slight which when completed will be an orna- Â¬ John C Fremont for President of the cause him to pull until the habit Is of that kind and we both ke before and recovered which su there are grave doubts as to whether ment to our town Neighbors let the United btates in 1656 was held at Dan- Â¬ overcome Ask Your Local Dealer being out but I saved my hundred and ject to the action of tne Democratic 3JE If it was a rob- Â¬ good work go on ites the hopes of his friends that he he had forty dollars for tbem if lie ba Bt p ihtkere it only cost him ten dollars Hows party ville Ind The attendance was nearly reryouorwe wilt Jwl on catalill soon be all richt strain that He sent for me one day aud Stanford bery it is the fl rst that has occured THIN COLUMN to travel fnr isaWe Send damp fer our muffled 8000 Gen Fremont was unable to Reliable and Peyton Norns died- - in Winchester Brnal the hiehway hereabouts for many said the doctors bad all given him up an EnUvblfshed Uooso daring tne summer ogueattend CO montns mose wuocso mniuu uuiw EUHJCH Tuesdey 6th inst after a continued ill- Â¬ years Money advanced security preferred It is rumored but not generally believed to die with the catarrh I told him Remaining unclaimed in the Post IT The Franklin county grand jnry that Congress will adjourn about the first that I would bet him that Halls Offlce nt Richmond Ky week ending elvf Plantsvllle Conn monthly to pay expenses A age pluuice ness of 2 years His remains were brought Cornelison Some More buaiuess 8UU for tin richt wiave Ume beUer send 51 94 1S8S found four indictments against ex iTIie Louisville here and interred of Catarrh Cork would cure blm or I July 3 A E of September PERSONAL No atten Â¬ names nnd address of references Harris Nannie Treasure Tate the total amount set Cruston urday says would give him 100 if it failed He and postnllcards Never mind about In the Law tion paid to The trustees have as yet not decided Hcnery Wm V BUVEBS GTJXDE Iff Delph George The Louisville Times announces the ar- Â¬ took forth being 40408585 which embraces Mmlfns sump for reply Address BTISI QJify Court yesterdav Judee Sterling the latter proposition This was Fisher J M March and Sept ol JI Kromer Alfred n TfESS Box II Richmond Va Mrs Shepherd of Irvine is visiting upon a teacher for this district There repetitions the real proved amount be rest of a Pinkerton detective for year Tuney refused to Issue a wilt of i three months ago you see how he Fugerson L A Polland Corah have been three applicants all of whom are lngS247000 Occurs to us that Mrs Claude Smith clopedia of nsefnl tefcr of perjury beas cornus nravpd tor bv John Walker Josie looks now dont you as well as any Harris Daniel J deserving and competent for all who paf- that it was for a lack of subordination Walker Speed Harris Bell the noted catUc oroeHson who aileued in his petition Gov Morehouse of Missouri has re- Â¬ B p Groom Esq i chase tne lnxunes or oue aud a dandy American Toledo p njMialties of Hfo We A tornado passed over the Bend last fused to further respite Maxwell the Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 juueO lm Pt be was detained In Jail without man was here last Wednesday Ohio imji tou and famish yoa with Money order and registered letter 31 swept Suzes house to the famous trunk murderer who is to hang Ureat Campaign Offer unnecessary wful authority daughter Pay night and all the necessary and dance sleep After tlie decision hours prompt 7 A Ji to 6 P M Mrs Laura Gentry and loss of valuable July 13 The Goveruoris willing how- Â¬ No appliances to rldowalk The Weekly Courier Journal has T rV o thataro fretful peevish bm McKee Coroelisons lawyer of Carlisle Ohio arc visiting Mrs B W ground as yetfurther to ohareh p M eat fish hunt work evarious sUes J B WILLIS reported property VOICE CULTURE AND SONG ever to listen to au appeal for a com- Â¬ now the largest circulation of any QSbt suit acainst Judtra Tonev Sturdevant or stayat homo and in For Teething Pains or Windy Colic term of ten weeks 8unimer Oder 401 of Democratic newspaper in the United styles ard quantitias Just figure out Mrs K A Engle who has been visit Â¬ mutation of sentence the Criminal Hode which btomacn JJlsoraers can do reuevea terms c addrew care of Mrs L L what Is required to do all those thing Miss Annie Carey of Booneville Mo aicU forfeiture States and its publishers to further ex- Â¬ at once by using Ackers Baby Soother ing parents and relatives here for some Ballard Street Rishroond d of 500 on any Judge COMFOaTABLT For Smith The town of Sundsvall on the Gulf of tend its clrcuiatlon otler to send it 1 tfea Bine 4 is visiting heccousns Messrs J P and months started for her home in Texas no Opium or Morphine Ky estimate of tha value of ba seat JUe Fusing ac application of this charac- upon Bothnia the center of the timber trade postage prepaid from June 4th 1S8S to Itpontain3 whioh will OTJTDE hence is safe Prico 25 cents Sold by DudieyTribble this place Thursday 28th Her sister Miss Mattie of Sweden has been almost destroyed ihe entire case Is an Interesting receirt of 10 cents to pay putsge 18S8 31 issues for W G White Prescription Druggist December 31st Mt and will attract attention CO MONTGOMERY WARD by fire The town Umea on the Gulf Jas Henry ot Richmond arrived here Histe accompanied her Minnesota Leads the World Subscriptions sent only fifty cents HI m ii Zu Xrn Aireneo Cl3agoIa on a visit to his relations and Wednesday of Bothnia has also been partly burned products stock dairy Subscriptions to Madison Female Institute before June 4th will be entered from Itoad horses trotters nnd runners mch3i6m For Jailer- Versailles Sun We have reduced the rates of board With her acres fine Umberand grain and graxtoe laming many friends aOCOOOO The damage will reach 5000000 the time but those received nfter June sliod in any manner desired I have at Estill Springs to two dollars a day lancis adjacent to railroad for sale cheap on At a meeting of tlie Board of Trus iKsewherein thin U tlm an- Phelps of Foxtowg has re tees of Madison Female Tnstltule held 18800800 acres or the MonÂ¬ forty dollars a easy terms For maps pikes rates etc Mr Sam 4th will be entered from the dale re- Â¬ Just received an extra lot of four year ten dollars a week pnocetnent of Mr Samuel Blggeratatf add e J Bookwalter Uirtd uommissHJDer oe tana Indian Reservation month GO WEST just opened lor sattl snout turned from Kew Haven Connecticut on Saturday June 29th 18S8 the fo- Â¬ C II warren General S 18S8 old second growth timber for repairing Mr B F Tevis of Kirksville has a ceived to expire December 31st candidate for jailer of Madison ESTILL 8PRINGS CO Paawneer Agent St uear Ureat Falls Ft Bea whereTie has been a year in school AH work guar- Â¬ llowing order was entered of record any Mr BiccerstaD is too well mnre that dropped a horse colt and a The rate to clubs of eight and over all kinds of wagons Paul luna 36 ton Aralnn bolne and Uiassow eoostsMBc of J M Thomas Prest Alitor Book H rich mineral and coal districts gnisiug and wifeof Kansas copy anteed at the very lowest prices Shop Ordered that notice be published in mule colt at one birth last week The are extremely liberal A sample n for oommpnt hero Hon John M Price and Aa uliprlff form lands ot the very highest quality Tne opportnn ittss for mating money hers are con Â¬ back of Brookss dniR store N M jailer of the onuntv he acouitted passed through Richmond last Wednes Â¬ the Kentucky Register and The mare was bred onjuly 25th to a jack of the Weekly Courier-Journal greater than anywhere else la the United Respectfully states TliliiisthettraetOKwaBdsseareyew Cwmax notifying all those who bad aud on August 8th to a horse Mr taining Its great campaign offer can imlfinwav ft HlinirPil hn was day en route to Irvine his old home Tor rales Maps or other inersw location 8febiy 8 L MIDKIFF made subscriptions in aid of Madison Tevis thinks this n remarkablo occur- Â¬ be procured free of charge by address Â¬ tfClDal1nnt lll C II WARREN A farm of 100 acres 4 miles from tlon AddressMAM RySr Paul Uen Pass Miss Belie Palmer of Louisville who Female Institute that their subscrip- Â¬ rence The colts came dead the mule ing W N Haldeman Agent St P Mian President Mr Jamu r T a i Phelps at Richmond on the Lancaster pike U the guest of Miss Kathrinc Lemon Ice Lemonade Malto Gin Bv virtue of a warrant In favor of Well Improved with ood water For tions must be paid and in default of so colt fully developed but the other one 1 Courier Journal Company Louisville SiSSUea Mlltllt tnr 1111- - of Dreaming Creek Heights will return T hm revolatioalaed the Ky The subscription price of the ger Ale Soda Water and Ice Cream the United States against W 8 Hume terms inquire of Joe Bush doing that suits will be instituted for partially aison connft marlMm work daring tne Ms tj i to morrow Co I will bell on home half century Not leaxtv Dally Courier Journal without the Soda 5 cents a class nt Ue man their collection in the Madison Com Â¬ possesshtz the marked araonir the wonders at 52- S Dineltj3 DIED 9 1888 Addison White Greenway mon Pleas Court Monday Inventive pogress Is a method and systeea wf Sunday issue is Ten Dollars S10 a Messrs hU father Andrew -- Laokey work that can be performed alt over the J Greenway son of Dr G C year Price of Sunday Courler-Jour- Done by order of the board this country without aapftraUnx the worker atlIocloqikA M lo the highest bid Â¬ Ji who nude the county au ad- - andTohn Blood Elixir isthejsnly from thir homes Pay liberal any one eaa Ark are Visit Â¬ JuueSOtb 1SSS John D Carpenter who married Miss ual is Two Dollars 2 a year Sv Greenway Hot Springs the Distillery Warehoueof jailer do tho wot It either sex ynoaz or old so TXVlSv T9 Blood ItemedT guaran der at Hume Co at Silver Creeksaid Maggie White of Manchester niece of II W In D Hakris specMl abtl ty required CbbMaI not needed r John here They are just from J Ulcers Erop r Wimm la annnnnrnwl ing relatives you are started f re Cat Mrts eat and Mteru a new teed orIt is a positive care for It purities the Madison County Ky FIVE CASKS L Whitecr Richmonddied at his home in S Dinelle has introduced Va S- Chalrmau Board Trustee tions Syphilitic Poisoning esue of Tiie Cxjji RESIDENCES toosand wtivrlH send yejt free sewteihius iHREE OF BOURBON WHISKY s rlal Nos ax as a can- - school at Alexandria Â¬ yra that Lincoln county on last Wednesday after steam freezer and is prepared to fur asd Impettaaee whole system and banishes all Rheumatic 40311 to fori rent invi- Cisterns and all neceesarv of great vatie In bnslnsw whicha will brtmc o iar - in 46311 JncludliiR 204 twclble win start ya J Si Ui IUBU1SOI1 UUUUtjr The Climax is in receipt of an Fa Campbell of Garrara sold lo an illness of six months lie leaves a nish tlie purek nnd beset Ice Cream in and Neuralgic psins We guarantee it gailous away than mi y outtouiidlnpp Apply lo yo In mert nmsey right H P Wi gets is the v ell known Indus- - itation to a social hop to be given at lit ijb u W JSVAKS or IhiMtelseTrue tho world UranJ ouftt free Sold by W Oh Whjtej HfjwipUou 10 bead of yearlings 645 widow and three children and an estate any quantities aud at lowest figures W H Mabtin r Add ess hader nod would make a good vUlion Hotel Blue Lick ijpnngs rnaaj U M Jenkins 4 Co AoguWa Maine J SPEED SMITH Deputy Collector 3 of 40000 BOVSUlv Drugget ow lboatleAt312J H Floor commiMee w f fiSTT J17LV tSSS DiEd ofUlsWoands i t iiuuwjiuiof n Alien minersDun fi1LC8rdwellCircuit andCpunty Clff Jloss Lexington Nelson Fant Clerk of Breathitt county yho wijs Flemingsburg C U Bramlett Carlislemortally wounded by the accidental Dr Uvis Mayslick II McDouglc II Uncharge i a jiTStol in Hub hands of iS- - Wdod Marsvillc tL MONTHLY CROP REPORT CONCERNING FARMERS AT TIIE CAPITAL - OPEIOK M COMMlSSIONEIt OP AUHICUItfUBE HoitTICUITURB ANb KTATlSTlCfl 8 H Bauglunaii of gtuuford sold to ICorrtpondcnce CiJmax1 IAgep r dy 1 m Among the Northern Lakes of Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa Mis- Â¬ souri and Dakota are hundreds of de-Â¬ lightful places where one can pass the summer months in quiet rest and en joytnentf and return home at the end of the heated term completely fejuven atcd Each recurring season brings ia BeaVCr Waukesha Oconomowoc Dam Frontenac Ukobojl Hotel BU Louis Lake Minnetonka White Bear and innumerable Excelsior Springs other cnarming localities with ro mantic names thousands of olir best people whose Winter homes are oh either side of Mason and Dixods line Elegance and comfort at a moderate Cost can be readily obtalbed A list of summer homes with all necessary In- Â¬ formation pertaining thereto is being distributed by the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway aud will be sent free upon application by letter to A V General Passenger H Carpenter may 2 2m Agent Milwaukee Wis F1HE BLUE GRASS FIRM FORSAXcE FOUND i CasI Grocery Hras In Sight DY KBS First North Second Street GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned Goods Green and Dried Fruit 6l II s and plenty of thing- in my line This house is m y Strictly MI a pub-ji-Lt- J J H Strictly CASH Basis The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash Ml DISELLI Jl dl 1 re iy id id P- 1 -- A TRIAL PEERLESS - T3 re r R r- - P ICE CREAM ti Â¬ le i ee ae il lia 1 oe lfliySSggij3iijyT chpt Ul at ho or at l- - t r r ji V m MACKINAC Summer Tours V I- - U1 w K OU aa 4 1 of a ia A d- - We Want You re ot P-r Â¬ k hHSj YOU WANT c3ior i nd ff LETTERS WANTED I grt nniirli-r-Tntirn- subor-di-natio- -- llillt Pauline Broiil OS ltuaKi m ESTILL SPRIMS Board Reduced ifc nft -- it Sale Bistijlefl Spirits Real Estate For Sale lt ui July II -- ovc a Residences for Bent Jna Hsf- I - uji tf W t sHfW s Aifiin nihil T 2fi- - MMMW59g Prints hows through FULL OF FUN PR0TECT10S RBDDCBD TO ABS0BD1TY NOTICE AND ORDER FOR CITY ELECTION ORDINANCE I Professional Cards BHIOr CPUL L L 23otal Practicb Limited Office hours ii SftrlngfieM Mass BepgbUean Fob4 Mother aits a4rfoi as to the best way te raise a bey Try a II Ibe honest views of Republican derrick members of the House of Representa- Â¬ A woman ie LaVe Geanty OalU tives are correctly expressed in some foraia lias filed an affUaatiea for the of the speeches aud votes now being abrogation of her mMrriage with her recorded against certain paragraphs of The iwm assigned is ooa nephew the free list of tbe Mills bill we have a saBMinity conception of the protective idea which Papa said young Hopeful I have jsst been to the droit and I saw carries R quite beyond tbe bounds of to say What was be de fancy and tbe immagination the etephat L He was eating nothing of sense and reason It baa img asked papa beeusahl again and atrain by tbe lead- Â¬ bay with bis front tail A scientist declares that the hair ers aBd organs of that party within tbe oarte after death Now when yoa last six months that any duties levied bear yowr wife say that shes made a upon articles In this couutry constituted pie that will make year hair oarl no part of the protective s3 stem and yon1 know jnst what she means sltouki be removed It seemed impos- Â¬ Tenter Staleman sible that there could be any objection A new steel gw has beo a designed to ho moderate a course One might for oar new steel nary As the eneny wonder even wby the poliay should be approaches the mnzule his attention is great staple attraoted by a smalt slga Drop a oposed of making free the larcely into ratr materials which enter Blekol in the slot and see the gun go our manumctures when we do not or o Â¬ A small girl ef three years sud cannot produce them in suflicieut denly bnritt erying at the dinner qtiintky for home consumption But lame Why EkeJ said her mother lu other cas a opposition would seem --Oh whined highly ranttlical what is the maUor my teeth stepped on ray Bthe The Reimldicans in the House howtongno ever have even gone to the length of Brown who h4 given his friend a disregarding former utterances of lead- Â¬ oigar These are something like ci Â¬ ers and organs in reference to duties on gars eh old boy Jones dubiously articles not produced by s They now --Yes-er something say that such tariff taxes are n part of regarding hi Mfce Texa Sifting what are they the protective eytstem and should be Mis D Hot air has grown Jiggs on all articles which by Â¬ considerably siooe I saw her last win maintained any possibility can be produced in the --How so Jiggs Wiggs ter When I saw her thetuber dress came United Stales They voted in a body DetreU Free last week against placing jute butts on way np to her nock the free list aud yet this raw material frets Patient who has met with an ac- Is not grown in our country Republicident Is tt a bad fracture doc- Â¬ cans themselves made it free iu 1872 but the doty was revived in 1875 for tor Doctor a snrgieal enthusiast Bad Why its bcantifnl sir beanti the purposes of revenue Now when fel The bone is broken in not less Democrats propose to do tbe same than thirteen places Life thing the cry of free trade is raised Two yonng ladies aid an Irish and an alarm 6enlout from tbe capital gentleman were cos versing on age It is sahl that jute can be produced in when mm of them pnt the home ques-Â¬ the South Hud so tbia prospective in- Â¬ Which of ns do yon think is the tion dustry ami the imaginary htbor it tin- G replied eider Mr yon both look jdoys is to be destroyed by tiie free the gallant Hibernian Mr trade pohey of the Democrats younger than eaeh other Keiley of Pennsylvania had a long I dont lice the way things are ran at school remarked Amy ariiele teatl from some professor who Theres something rotten in Dstt gave this as his opinion AVe produce no tin plate Yes absented Mildred but are mark there is sorely something in an ad Â¬ obliged to import tons upon tons of it vanced stage f deoomponition in the paying duties that are of no use to the MUbrngk Ckren government and which enhance tbe Danhm Kingdom tde cost of an article that enters into the Says a mother --One day I fonnd most general consumption Are tbe Abea a little black eyed b anty sit- Â¬ duties in this ense a part of Ibe protectting aetmie my bedHt gazing with Manifesiiy not for no one policy detieht at her image m the mirror I ive naked why she looked in the glass is iu the tin plate business to be pro But when it is proposed to Cawee I like the tected She frankly said make this tin plate free the cry of free Ottr Ymtf PeopU looks of me IVhaican yon toll me abont trade is again raided and there is a eteruor for higher duties For it is said 5eried the pedagogne Emir1 Tooyoiided tne yontk with that while we do not produce tin plate Esan the glib alacrity of one who feels him Â¬ we eau aud ought to Aod so Repub Esan licans voted in a body last week self for once on safe gronwd was a writer of fables who sold his aKahtst the proposition to subject a copyright for a bottle of potash phantom industry employing a mill Â¬ ion phantom laborers at phantom pay The great Orion diamond whiefa to competition with lite actual pauper imperial the Ktroiaa snrmoonts scepter is the first in size and the labor of the ok world tea if Without Mti fat raine in the world It once were to day questiou and coffeewasor pro Â¬ dutiable it formed the tye of an idol in a temple India whence k posed by the Democrats to put them noor Seringham wacolon by a French adventurer It on the free list Heptiblicans would S oarate weighs ami is rained at vote against it just as they voted for that change In ISiiL Their arguments Kow that yonr son against free jute butts and tin plate Mrs Bigss Ink returned from college do yon foci would apply admirably aud with great Tepaid for yonr outlay for his ednca We do not produce coflee force here Mrs but we might A properly prepared tfen Did he take any prise- O ye xinm ye indeed Sqaiggs soil under glass liouses would do it He got a medal for nhaT be calls The preparation of tbe soil and the sprinting and he mnst be high np in matfcematiet for he savs hes learned houses would be extra iRbor to be sure but wouh give so mueii the more emS ronton Trntk few new earros What Jnetiee of the Poaee Had yon ployment to many workmen a demand would thus spring up in the ever saw this man before Witness Yes Uadhe cane before on had labor market were Iteary duties laid No Is thrm yonr eggs upon eoimp to encourage tiome pro went Yes what yon say was stole duction Ami what a demand for WonM yon barn reeogaiaed them if gla s for the liones ami consequent yon had seen them before they was demand for labor in the gla s lactones brnng here Ys I wonhl bare wouh reeuK Awl how the whole -knowed them Speak grammatic thing would make home industry hum young man It aint proper to say So argueJudge Keiley and his House hare knowed yon sbonhl say have associates in regard to the tariff on jute knew CiHtimuili Enqtirer butts and tin plate But why should SIMPLE WATER TESTS lltey htop here Why not iply this -t- Ordered on motion and majority vote of the City Council of Richmond that an election of the qualified voters of the City of Richmond be held on Saturdny July 14th 1888 at which election will be submitted the questiou oflssuinc the bonds of the City of Richmond bv the City Council thereof to nav of tbe existing indebtedness of said city in pursuance to an act in the General Assembly or tue uommon wealth of Kentucky approved April 18th 1838 Title An act to authorize tbe City of Richmond to Issue bonds Said to pay nil existing liabilities entire act Is made a part hereof and Is as follows feg Tho new Dry Goods and Merchant Tailoring firm of Orooke Urraston invito the public to inspect their Bennett r Ui BLUE GBASS ROUTE to Dentistry Shortest and Quiefosi KouU Pkoji The ClotBler AT MoKEES OLD STAND OFFICE Smith Building Main Street to 900 to 1200 M junesi tfc 400 P M io CENTRAL KENTUCKY TO J JESS C MORGAN June 22 D D S AH POINTS North East Wst and Southwt BETWHES Esieasive Spring Bteek markets OFFICE s Main street over Madi- Â¬ son National Bank Bicbmcnd Ky tf An act to authorize the City of Rich- which was carefully selected in the eastern mond to issue bonds to pay off existing experienced buyer liabilities Â¬ chapter 1129 by an Cor First and Main Streets Bichmond Ky DR J M POYNTZ AND PHYSICIAN 6URGEON OFFICE Second street next to june22tf Whites Drug Store Lexington and Cincinnati Scaednle in Effect Maj 20 No 2 SOOTH BOUND Ex Sea Lve Covington Lve KalBioalh Lve Cyntbiana Arr Paris Ait Lexlngtou- 830 lSSSv er-Icffe ot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ SV Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Be U enacted by the General Assem- Â¬ bly of the Commonwealth o Kentucky Section 1 That for the sole pur- Â¬ pose ot paying off the liabilities of the City of Richmond now existing the City Council thereof may cause the bonds of said city to be Issued for not exceeding thousand dollars payable in the City of Richmond at such time The attention of the ladies is especially called to our superior not exceeding twenty years from date and bearing such rates of interest not line of Dress Goods embracing the- - most fashionable Fabrics to be exceedimr six Der cent per annum in semi annual payment and in such de-Â¬ had in New York nominations as said City Council may direct and to provide for the payment of the principal and interest of paid bonds the City Treasurer shall set apart at least one thousand dollars of each years revenues which shall constitute a c Sinking Fuud and by him held aud paid out exclusively on the bonds and interest as same mature Said bonds shall be Usued at a regnlar meeting of the City Couucil and such meeting shall be signed by the Mayor aud countersigned by the City Clerk of said city Sec 2 The City Treasurer of the City of Richmond shall act as Sinking We have in Laces Ribbons Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Gloves and Fuud Commissioner under this act and as such shall execute a bond to the Parasols all that can be desired City of Richmond In the sum of an Twelve Thousand Dollars to be nroved bv tbe Cty Council for the faithful performanceof his duties here-Â¬ under aud which bond shall be Inad dition to the bond now required of him as City Treasurer and shall be by him executed at the time of his quaitlcatiou as Citv Treasurer Skc 3 The coupons on these bonds With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the best New shall be receivable at all times in pay- Â¬ ment of City Taxes York school of art and design in gents garments experienced in the Sec 4 The City Council of Rich- em best houses of that city and versed in every detail of the business moud is hereby authorized and powered to pass and enact such ord nances as may be necessary to fully aided by on elaborate stock of carry out the provisions and intent of tins act Sec 5 If the City Council shall at any time fail to pay said bonds and in- Â¬ terest when matured after demaud made on the City Treasurer the holder may enforce tue payment or same ny suit in any court of competent junsdic tion in Madison county provided that no bonds shall be issued under this act uutil the City Council of Itichmond shall submit the question of the issuing of said bonds to a vote of the Qualified Wo are putting forth suits equal to the best made in this country voters of Richmond at an election to be Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us held for such nurnose at least thirty days public notice of said election to be civen in the city papers of Richmond at which election the questiou shall be propounded to each voter Are you for or against the issuing of City Bonds to nay off existing indebtedness II a majority of the votes cast shall be iu City Neck Wear Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Shirts laundried and favor of issuing the bonds then the Couucil shall have power to no so as provided for in this act but not otherunlaundried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc wise G shall take ellcct This act Sec from and after its passage Approved April 18 1S88 S B BncKNER By the Governor Geo M Adams in great quantity and variety from the cheapest to the most Secretary of State tn DRY GOODS Choice Silks Henriettas Serges c De Boges Cashmeres Lace Flounces of all kinds GIOTHIHG HATS CJLFS FUBHiSHiHG GOODS TRUNKS GENTS VALISES G W EVANS M D Daily 815 Ko4 pa pm pm P AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street june22tf DRS TAYLOR ASHE Practitioners In Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetuver Dykes june22t Grocery Store Arr Arr Arr Arr JjVe Winchester Richmond Lancaster Stanford KlclimoB- dlve Berett Arr Arr Livingston NOBTH BOUND Lve Livingston far a a 1140 a rt jop 1150 a Mcej 1105 BOO aa RM kjcjo 1 9 3 n tp 5S pn pml pn TOO P pm 430 P 6 10 5 Sio pa V Xoopi pi iiiS 818 P To PB ao Vm PM vm 5P ywp No 3 DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luxons Up Stairs Residence nt Willis House iune22tf Not No 5 White Goods in great quantity Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Hosiery Cravats c Live jierea Arr Richmond tola am 1145 t DR PHIL ROBERTS Offers his professional services to tbe public Office in drug store on tower Main jiily27 ly Street Richmond Ky Lve fcUnforu Lve Lancaster Arr lilohmond- Lve Itlclimond Arr AVlncbester a am aa 130 P pra 35 p B pm P P P P an SUS am 650 am 650 aa Arr Pans Lve Lve Lve Lve DR U C AMBROSE M erchant Tailorim WM ai A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men Call and see my Spring Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro fusion Prices to meet the demands of gsirsxo at FORD KY x Arr covlngtee MAYSVILLE af- Â¬ Lexington Parte Uvnthtana KalmoaUi roam g 35 am fjsam J5 3 00 3 906 am so03 am 11 o 4 O 30pm pn pi pm aa BRANCH No 9 No li Deilv Daiv Ex Sou Ex Hun 2 Office hours 2 to 4 oclock In the ternoon NOBTH BODND Lve Covington Lexington u Paris June 22 tf W T SEXSMITH PHYSICIAN public Offers his profeseional M D Arr AND SURGEON services Johnson uariiie MHterHbarg WHITE HAUL KY to the aug17 lyr MaysvUle 10C15 oai am r3S 830 am 857 am 425 pm MCjoam aa f II 547 sj 05 pa pa pTJ 705 pm r4opm SOUTH BOOND Lve Maysvllle BxSon Ex bun ficoo N Ml Dally Sa li Daily 1 1 DRT J FAIN Freud American iWm UNION CITY EY TROUSEZRIltfS and VESSTIEXGS the times aprlSt W B WHITE SOTS FTJEinSHIUTG GOODS T I J SMITH ASSIGNEE OF WALL PAPERS apllS tf If f 1 Pro tern Speaker of the Houe of Repre- Harvey Myers elegant embossed gilt wn 1 BinBlUHUg sentatives Speaker of the Senate Commonwealth of Kentucky Ollice of Secretary of State I Geo M Adam Secretary of State for the Commonwealth aforesaid do hereby certify that the foregoing writ- hm has been carelully compared by me J W Bryan ion mm t diiistoi Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Offers at public or private sale their entire stock of Lexington 015 am 6 19 pm Offers his professional services to COViBgtOB 1135 aa 600 pa tue public Office at Powell Parrishe No 32 leaves Covington at 830 a m arAug 17 tf rives Fataouth 1030 a nx SunJaj only M C Heath 31 leaves Fahaooth J F Corxelison No rives Covington at p430 p m ar m Sundaj 630 CORNELISON HEATH only No 15 leave Lexington 715 p m arPracticing Physicians rives Paris 755 p m KENTUCKY No S leaves Covington RICHMOND 530 p m arrives Falmouth 720 p m offer their professional services lo the 4janly public No 7 leaves Falmouth 550 a m an- es Covhigton 750 a si Daily Except SundayHARRIS DR Notb No 3 Dailjr between Richmond Lexington and Covington WACO KY No 4 Dailjr between Covington Lex to the ington and Winchester On Saturday Otters his professioual services jan4tf public this train runs through to Richmond Ky other are daily except Sunday Direct connection In made at Winchester DR S M with Chesapeake and Ohio for Ml Mer ng Ashinnd Uantlnston Charlestoii S and Hnstern Cities PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON FAST LINE Nos 3 and I run via Win oliesterolid Trains with Pnllman fcleepinK RICHMOND KENTUCKY Cars between Cincinnati and Kict monU a and Winchester and Washington D t Office on First Street janIy Throngh Tickets and Bosgase Checked to any destination reaehed by a railroad partfeulars For M D agent fullthe Companyaddress or ciJ I on any of H or 8 F B MORSE E H BACON OenPassrAgL PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Trav Pas r Agt Covington Ky Lex ngtou Kv Â¬ ait rans Johnson Caritete Jlillersbore 635 am am pn j4 r9 am xi PI am pm r53 am - pm 13- 40 I m GILES - LETCHER i W BRIGHT Ky Â¬ Â¬ with the original on tile in this ollice whereof it purports lobe a copy and that it is a true aud exact copy of the same 1 Iu testimony whereof I V j L S hereto sign my name J and cause my Official Seal to le affixed Done at Frankfort this 30th day of April A D J8SS Geo M Adams Secretary of State SHACKELFORD tIOIB3MCODNrX GENTRY 3BLjE3jSTTTJ03SE- CO - i Glassware Q neensware AT A3TO BELOW COST FOR RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street next door to Whites Drug Store Special attention given lo Microscop Â¬ ical and Chemical examinations of tissues and fluids of the human body 22junetf H E HUNTINGTON B CARK Az Richmouu Ky General Offices Covington Ky Genl llanaser F DR C S HOLTON Homeopathic CtlKiS WHlHt All USt tJUll Eert Cough 8jrnp Tastes good Csb uamB 001a ormxjrziaa I5d f3 i Physioian and Surgeon Richmond Kentucky By - i I 1 1 J At which aforesaid election polls shall be opened iu each Ward of the City at the polling places hereinafter named between the hours of seven oclock in the morning aud six oclock iu the eveuiuc as follows 1st Vud at Picas stable lot 2d Susan Mackeys 3d Barlows old mill The American Magazine 4th Court House The follow iug are appointed as offi For July Wllred Patterson will have an article deeeriptive of the Art Collec Â¬ cers of aid election 1st Judges Wm tion of Mr William T Walters of Bal- Â¬ ley M WardWainscitt Clerk C Uorm D E T Bur timore Thw colli et ion is one of the nam Sheriff T K Arnold 2d Ward very nneRofthe modem French school Judges C Hunlev H Clerk Blaud Ballard and the ariieie wMI be profusely illus- Â¬ C Hargis Sheriff Joe Bush trated from photographs of the leading 3d Ward Judges W B White pictures iitduding Meksoniers cele Â¬ David ONeal Clerk Isaac McCollum brated 1814 ami Alma Tademas SheritI R F Baxter 4th Ward Judces W H Smith Sappho Sr A J Merthon Clerk E B Wal lace Sheriff Dennis McQueeny Harpers 3Iagaiine Who sliall he governed in all mat- Â¬ ters pertaining to said election as pro Â¬ bine The presence of earbontc sokl For July is remarklde for strength and vided iu the City Charter of Richmond may be ascertained even hi very vigor from frontispiece to finis Some for City Elections as well as the re-Â¬ smoM quantities thtts Take eq Hal of the beat known names in literature strictions aud limitations of tbe afore- Â¬ 4teri of water and clear lime water are seen In its table of contents andit is said act And it is further ordered that this If eembiaod or free carbonic acid k safe to say that those names not yet present a precipitate is formed 1o famous soon will be Iu artietio work entire Order and Act be published iu Climax and which if a few drops of muriatic acid few issues have excelled this one E Theonly newspapersKeutuoky Register the published iu the be added an effervescence com Â¬ A Abbeys sketches some of them full City of Richmond from date of their i mences Te detect masnesia boil page are sinndy unequalled of this anywhere first sues after passogo election ordi Â¬ nance until after the tbe water to a twentieth part of its In all held are sixty illustrations in hereunder there weight and then drop a few grains We undersigned Mayor and City of neutral carbonate of ammonia into the tfcsue The care with which the a giaw ef k and a few drops ef phos Â¬ mecimuical work of the number lias Clerk of the City of Richmond do cer- Â¬ tify foregoing phate of soda If magnesia be present been none will be a gratification to duly that tlyjupon aud Ordinance was acted passed by the it wiH fall to the bottom We can as- Â¬ oareful observant renders JSvery Issue City Couucil of the City of Richmond certain the pr enee of even a very of this magazine has a distinct educat on Juue 1st 1885 the yens aud nays small quantity of lime if into a glass ing innueuce In art literature and 1 taken thereon nnu recorded in the i journal aud wtm declared adopted and of water yon pnt two drops of oxalic Hxrl mtji Hurei printed in THE UIJHU and acid and blow npon it If it gets newspapers as Kentucky Register milky liim m percent The presence us above stated which is hereby ac VIEWING THE PROMISED LaND of any acid can be showu by dipping coidingiv done As witness our hands into ihr water a piece of htum paper SflMtten ea tbe Cream Awaiting Ike this June 1st 1S8S If it tnrnx rod there mnsi b acid If J W ArJCRTON Opemng af an Indian Tieserratieii it preetpHates en adding lime water Mai or Pro Teai Wm G Whitk it n rcrbonie acid Tbe unfailing Gkbat Faim Mont News of the City Clerk t si frn-- liar I or soft water is te take pcnhg iff tlitv Black Feet UeM rvaiUii a little goo I soap and dmanfre it in is awaited imtMhrtly hero aml i In pursuance to the power lu me blodtol A few drops of fbfijn a ves Â¬ 1y of hrloMt Korthfin Montana A veMrd - PiHe Jwitgv of the of the sel of T U r will turn H q mJfcy Richmond requirement jf it w hard if it U soft it wHP re Â¬ lorae nnmbrr nf jnwsotM hv gone to City Clwrtfr mid pttbMsll notice of and to the rm rvnfMtokrMiKmet4 mines appoint offieers for every City Election main clear Ckieigt InUr Oeen mid town sttett Hesirnbhi valleys I hereby nccordinely notify all qnali Ftegant Dross Materials lied vhctors f wid City that an elec- Â¬ are fairiy covered with tents the great est ra h tftrettl heiug to the Big tion in nurauanctt to the foreiroiuur Among i fnrthotmrfag matermlB for Notice aud Oriliiiauee will be held iu Shl-h-r- s Ci gvit uiiu r ereui igwear aro Ori- Â¬ Snmly the fnfMomrltny ttreunds tweh wamjtf the City f Richmond vreH as elVIRnhs are on the July 14ii IfcSS between the hours uud ental fabric s rpjd wih ftM asd ea qiisi cly rich colon transparent and grounds and when news comes that at the places named lu the foregoing silks rare moire trxtlles appearing the Wttls nfgHI UrOte hlikely ttrbcrn order and for the purposes named In au8 Ordpianco Lkr thick uatnd dtka skeictonlaed ruh BnlHmok Valley jbeyoud Fort ecld act as named in the The officers Ordi- Â¬ jot rplaini g all ibeir ginsi and rich-nc- AMiubohie isall ntaked ol and tlw of election hereby appointed said me as by nance ant of tone open work silk gren- Â¬ tents of tlte squatter may be seen a ofHcers of said election Each officer adines awl canvas materials of the along tite valley of the Milk River will be first duly sworn before proceed- daintiest dostriptiou and tint stppod m raw- - inKlonct umJer uyen jam a8 poce with watcrod rlWiar and oxsi emt iimreHawverioooiuuie imn jvss located several Judge of Richmond this June 1st 1888 that diaphanons sik mnolius from far India Momijalns Ttt Mi H O RlOE P J R savers 614 figured with designs embroidered in years K0 parties are on hand walohing to locate I gold or silvw There is a promise of still greater luxuriance awl variety in thk mine as welt as to prospect for Lstst Sunday Mr George Mnsley of evening toilets for watering plnce others Chicago Tribune Ltiwrenceburg received n severe cut in wear t lian has evor before been known Eo Tlie Irosklent has now tjgued the forehead while coming to this place Es iborate gowns win vie with those the Bill throwing open for settlement Hearing on the Xinukjville Southern Biodelol in costly otcganl simplicky tite Indian lteservniimi In Montana the shriek of the whistle he put his in t belt semf titaasTe forms nitl be ISmaytf head out of the car wiodow to ascertain followed vith adnHalfons to mo lern the cause and he was struck by the exigencies and m d rn tastes The i Excursion Kales open door of a freight car that was hair will be drased te snit ilw char- Â¬ A vsry complete list ef tourist rpnud standing on the hide track near the acter of the dress be it simple or elaborate modern or an UaM N T trip rates ami routes to western poiuttr distillery or Mr J B Thompson cut- Â¬ for 1888 has just been issued for free ting his forehead to the bone He has Pott t distribution by C H Warren Gen every right lo congratulate himself An uajlrrantid InVa hits luuin rase Agent M Jty St that he made such a narrow escape St P M discovered at Bicfamond Ind Mhioh 1 may23 0t I willi bis life Hnrrodsburg Democrat Paul Minn ceaiatns various living OQnosne Sot4anp4 lu ATater The presence of organic imparity in water can be detected by dissolving some leal sugar in it and then after patting in a tight stopper allowing R to stand in a warm well lighted room for a few days If it becomes tnrbhL there are certainly organic impurities in K if il remains dear it is pore and safe to drink To test the presence of earthy matters take litmus paper dipped in vinegar and if on immer Â¬ sion the paper returns to its true shade the water does not contain eacthy matter or alkali If a few drops ef syrap be added to a water containing an earthy matter it wiil tnra green To ascertain if the water contains iron boil a little not gall and add to the water If H turns gray or slate black iron is present Or disseise a little prasiate of potash and if iron is present it will tarn Xtoxr te Aspartate the lrfMftnce eT Certain wonderful economic principle to every article now on tlie free lkt What a bee hive of workers we should be then making toil tite great end of man earing down in order to buihl up de Â¬ stroying wealth for the mere Bake of reproducing wealth Assistant Secretary of State Willis Xi Rinoo The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricultural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Richmond IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR MO R IN THIS TOWN Â¬ THE 1TEZT 30 0E 60 DAYS Done in order to quit business Special attention given to dkea es of women and all difficult chronic cases Patients treated at a distance and Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad Â¬ mayi6 iy dress 400 P Office Main Street over D M Bright Office hours Srjo to 1100 A M 200 to M believe Tisa Cure for Consumption saved my life A H Do well Kdltor Enquirer Ed an ton N C April 23 1SS7 I M DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 51 51 PISO The best Conga Medi Â¬ cine is Pisos Ctre tor CoarsOKPnoir Children take it without objection By all druggists 23c Surgery A Rare Chance For Bargains 52 3 RED HOUSE KY PARRISH Wc keep constantly on hand a large stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE of all kinds as well zs IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE- Â¬ RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all Roods in other lines that we handle Special attention given to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts c for Tobacco Earns We are the agents for the most celebrated GROCERY Farming Implements and Machinery 01 Higg ins UPPER TURNER Attorneys At Law EaBafcWa 1UIUZX0 rrfllr33MdrJ bOKX DTGrnJOSSIS ill STREET RICHMOND KY Special attentiou given to abstracting titles lo lands in Eastern Kentucky Ofllre in Cujax building S E Corner Main and Secoud Streets up stairs June 22 tf USt I Alii Best Cocsh Syrup Tastes good Use C3RIS WHE5E Alt rriar7 Gni J Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands of We call attention to a few that we keep and arc agents for RICHMOND KENTUCKY Hoasted Coflee Binders Reapers and Mowers The Walter A Woods Twine Pure Rio Combination of Rio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocba OFFICE with C F A R Bur The Buckeye Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers nam on First Street juue 22 tt Pure Private Plantation Java Pure Arnhinn Mnolm nnrl Chilled Plows over 1500 of them having been sold by us Male Berry Java These goods are all The Celebrated Oliver kept in air tight tin cans They have no equal A SULLIVAN JNew and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and Meikel Steel Plows and Double Shovels None better qualities James H HaHs Steel Hill Side and Turning Plows RICHMOND KENTUCKY The Celebrated Browns Walking and Riding Cultivators OFFICE on First street same as The Celebrated Big Injun Sulky Plow only has to be seen to know that it is the formerly occupied by County Judge Miller oct6 ly best in the market Queens Glassware Woodcinvrc The Keystone Disk Harrow that is pronounced the best in use SCOTT The Only Reliable Corn Planter Vandiver Rptary 7 Ask all who have ued Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches Etc them At least 100 of them in use in the county Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs Tlie Evans Corn Drill the only one that lias proved a perfect success Have RICHMOND KY sold them for 3 ears Otlico on Second Street June 22 tr auglO 1 y The Celebrated Bell City Feed Cutter both for power and hand None equal to C S it Alo a full line of other khTds of Feed Cutter Tlw Celebrated Old Hickory Farm Wagon sT afc We hve also taken the agency fpr the Crokcr Fertilizer tni Che nicat Cos Fer1 ski RICHMOND KY tilizer that is pronounced the host in the United States Try it on corn tobacco Ofllce on Secnud Stretf jane 22 tf potatoes and wheat in feet anything that grow Attorney at Law J E T BURNAM LOW TOURIST RATES For 5 1750 n first cbiss round trtp tcift food lor 90 days with stop over jiriviieeEs caa be obtained torn St rani to Great Fas Jl tbe coming marmtartming centre ot tia northwest n D a OnrrS5nO sttmul BatatPaullf i iKUi ft to ea STAPLE WO FAICY Attorney at Law T J E0CEEIES tost and sooth Bates corrrsponiinglr s w wni be named to points in llinnoota and Ta kota or tipon Paget Soand and tne Padli coast For turther particulars address H E Tnrper District Passeneer Aght 233 Scnti Clark Street Chicago BL ore H WiTnrt General Passenger Agent bt Paul Minn ware 88 SttrfrtrlMtl jBjiainruiJtj v Wr BLOOOS OIGAHS Attorney at Law Attorney A 3iaii3Pu 131 UtrgM i tiiif iLS i 54irs if am aasxa ISMn CP30X- 1 T Â¬ CINCINNATI JULY4SU0 POWELL IS 19t3 IJl Jl f 5 x rt rsis it u r u 5i 34 3 r39 i s 10 11 V1 J 4 2 1 A iiirr vvin Xaaw r 0tJ K IT 1 tt a Tl is it 19 V o t jtlilli M l 7 S V5t 17 I 33H2X1 n c St 13 1 1 M- le Ve keep a lit of all Fanning Implement that ws sell and who buy them 0 and any one that want to satisfy himself ns regards satisfaction that they give can ask parties using them Â¬ TO UW GOODS FOE ALL GRAND JUBILEE counties ami In the Coon or Appeal Ofllce In Mnstpr iommissionera ofnVe over Circuit Clerks ofllce June 22 tr Attorney at Law Will prnctlce in Madlsojianladjolnhig W S J REED JawiS6fl araKsstoos un i2iirrfi Sr 4 8 T 8 1 i 1 MiipdMlulM 24ja5326UlSB9aO I i c Mn3 hi ijV4s 3w u Sii a ei7 n 1617 U 3 11 1 na2a 3 I atQ93S2733 -s uiAti ni The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairy The Farmer can find all he wants tinder our roof Machinery Trace chains c-Hames Hay forks Shovels The Carpenter and Builder can find all he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the only complete stock of Iron Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Materia in the town Wc of course cant enumerate all the goods we handle but ask all to come and sec for themselves the stock of goods we keep la our isj foot store house They will find uiauKrASSED DISPLAY rny23 3m MhMng the Settlement of U Northwestern Territory Attorney at Xsaw RICHMOND KY Ofllce corner Main nii First streets up stairs over Ramseys l- - MOBERLEY EXCURSION RATES FROM ALLPOINTS THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS We also run a TIN SHOP in connectipn with our business and only employ the most competent workmen Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic- - himself will give special attention to all work done in that line ROOFING GUTTERING RE- iic lias uunc 111 mc jiaau 4tsivtjt xw Our lone experience in our business enables us to be well up in it in the war of markets and buying our goods strictly for cash enables us to buf at the bottom price Dont forget that you canalways find the and that benefit we give to our customers lowest prices and the best goods at the old reliable house of Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Shingles Laths 3MCBR3 BH SALT -- - HOUSE LOUISVILLE KY in the city Tho Largest and jFinostr j Rewarded are those wl o re11 thbaHd then act tuer w Sitd honorable rap WieD tltAtvrltl iukIiBa Ihfllll 3 their heroes and families The prollts c f Biade and are povr inking several ttaTj dollarsn month Ills easy ftn- any ore w make Saad upwards per day who ts e tngtoworfc BHIier sex youjr or tat not needed we start yo Everr 3 new No speetal ability ntrnircJ ya reader can do K as well as any re to u at once for full parUcoHr irMrt mail tree Address SUnson Cc Per - tJ Maine novJ BUILDERS AND Hotel CONTRACTORS I taa SHACKELFORD GENTRY rnch3i tf CO- - Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Eichmond Ky Rongli and Bressed Lumber Lime MYERS Ratesa5o to Q Per Day According to jrooms Turkish and JJ0teln--oct2- 6 EasaknRttru Jr ly Bui niGs or Evhrt 3EscwrT Satisfaction guaranteed tHwnatcs raade free of charge faraished on apptiAtioa oa short noW LONG It COLETi arfiriTtf nooncoto these ontemphiting bu Ju that thex irpreared to contract for TheundejslBjBee would rtspectfuB fnniHiiu tkI Balk