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Sff5 v5 H rji jv j4 -- 4 lO - ---- v If A- J pjg j NUMBER i 5 VOLUME TRICKS IT Republlcnn members - RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 18 1888 who constituted If M THE TIIEIR OWH RECORD CONFOUNDS THEM foiuues This id as it sbuuld be proper-ty-- o New as to methods here A IN Y Starl uer desires to build a house The To get a Flrrt CIaisWatcU The Republican tariff plank of thi wt tiling is an architect ami the one lain oar Co Optretivc Clubs is ai appeal for prohibitory taxa Â¬ who is noted for getting things cheap year tion ou all foreign products aud manu- Â¬ I me Â¬ Hf3E PMTfPP Ij RAREST OF JUNE ROSES it too often favorably consid factures that compete with that of the ered Lids are taken from irrhsponsi United States and a denunciation of IS TE2 Le i iriati hIio have to run deeply in rfny proposition for a revision of the The Resurrection Rose which was Found LOWEST CASH PRICES in the Bosom of a Mummy dt their fctock men and fre- - tariff Tlie declaration Is explicitly with 200 members or more present not Insure in the Best home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted Thir not only delay the usual Sat made that before any tariff taxes are quel The following officers were elected for INew fork World j stock of Buggy Robes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as ele- Â¬ Insure your house and contents urJaj payments to their journeymen reduced the internal revenue system June was never more lavish than Ihe ensuing iear President J J but tot often beat the men out of should be repealed and whisky made now with her flowerf gance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber and sleep soundly it will be too Vice Presi Â¬ Roses bloom in Glenn of Madlsonville Thousands of lite Lest 3800 wages altogether Again the class of free riding whips of cowhide wagon whips late after you are burned out Buggy whips of whalebone the streets ofNew York at prices that dent Judge Wm Beckner of Win Watch ever made arc sell Â¬ 5oltl men they employ are far from theJ We have recently shown that Ibis would drive florists to desperation in chester Secretary R H Carothers ing in our Co operative Clubs Our Companies have over 40 of best leather whip slocks of leather and wood Spurs in variety brt Sailors whs liave perhaps theory is an entirely new one in tlie the fashionable season Nothing in of Louisville Treasurer Hiram Rob Â¬ This is the St t Cheapest 3Iot Convenient 000000 capital and over 160 Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups and only co opcnulre Sj stem cf eclllsg watches painted down the skle of a ship a few Republican party for which no war Â¬ this curious world of to day is so highly erts of Louisville R It Secretary The watches are American Lever Stem Winders Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and strong 000000 assets viz containing every essential to accuracy and dura Â¬ timc or a lot of bojs wiio know little rant is found iu its own records and prized in its proper season least of all JTGaines of Louisville Which cost to produce from The next Liverpool Lendoa bility and have in addition numerous patented shop made and city made coiict ruiiig the business are frequently Improvements found in no other watch They arc Assets SiejociUhi which is contrary to the authorized a rose The only one that has all sea- Â¬ annual meeting will be held at Win- Â¬ Glote absolutely the only Dust and Dampprotf Move Â¬ empjojed m that aside from the poor sayings and doings of its representa- Â¬ sons for its owu is tbe Rone of Jericho chester July 3 4 5 and 6 Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse boots commercial Utuen ments made in tho World and aro jeweled Guardian throughout with aEXTTHll JtVmiX BAk used it is very imierfeotly put tive men including its present candi- Â¬ or Resurrection flower of which there c The toe weights girts brushes curry combs spunges A large manufacturing establish Â¬ 30 TO 40C PER GLL0H Home rateiit item Wind and Setts the strongest and oil simplest made Ttry are fMly equal jor ap Â¬ dates for President and Vice President are several specimens iu the United ment last week received a letter from A lull line of collars hames trace chains back bands hame strings Lancashire pearance aeeuraey durability and service Njw as to adulteration of stock most complete exposition of the States notably one in the possession or a country merchant at Ewings Teun Queen The The manufacturers of same di- to any 7S Watch Our cooperative Club System plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners Lvtrj contract calls for pure white entire inconsistency and Insincerity of ex Governor Audrew G Curtln of which is of a somewhat unusual tenor Hartford rect that they be flowed on be- Â¬ brings them within the reach cf every one GermaR 1 ad boiled oil yi3 and turpentine and It the present reactionary attitude of the Pennsylvania Another Is owned by The writer asks for information aud lL the KEYSTONE TURFMEN CAK FESD ANY TIIESG IN THEIJt LINE PirefltMFtHd 218115 isfde t j say that not one iu live of alt Republican party is afforded by the Dr Edward Bedloe through whom desires to know what will be the cost cause they have no body and iWT Xatioeal t7I WATSH 8LUB GO med uru sizetl new houses iu this city proceedings of the Tariff Commission indeed Gov Curtiu received recently Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed of sending au enibalmer with his tools hence they will not cover and e345Svcf P O S20 Chrstuut St are united according to specification Box KB Total PfaUa Pa saddlery and harness house 119121514 ofl8S2 We yesterday referred to the his own m etc aud a handsome coffin by a cer- Â¬ therefore will require about twice Wo refer to wij Con AGENTS Tie adulteration has beeome no oom letter of Benjamin Harrison then The first resurrection flower Known tain railroad to that place He very the amount of paint to cover the I WANTED roercUlAsenc7 ap riS 9m 8gRemember the place Herndous Corner Main and Second lu n that no one ooiHraetor iu a dezen United States Senator approving the iu modern times is Clubs Constantly Forming said to have minutely describes everything he de Join Now and 3ivo Money Streets ues pure block aud many jobs are doingM and purposes of that commission been found hi the icy folds siren aud concludes his letter by same amount of surface that any sj every large City 1 nr u ntre uut one quarter of tlie and urging the necessity of tariff re of the linen cincture of an Egypt Â¬ saying that the coffin is intended for Pure Linseed Oil and Lead well laf C have Agencies in CVEnfWHERC WCWAKT AGENTS Lb on tlie butkifiig is good Aside vision What was it tbat Harrison and ian mummy When the tomb of tbe his wife who Is very low with pneu- Â¬ rubbed out properly applied will mch ii 6m janil iy frui tins the number of coats called the Republican party thus explicitly Princess for sueli she was shown to be monia She is not dead yet said cover fur j the contract is not given This approved y the fillet ou her parchment brow he but I want to kuow what it will HOSf Ve t f alE irs is bound to abut out the Die conditions and purposes which was desecrated by a party of American cost to send the man and the coffin ilaU w hoee reputation lor lining none controlled the action of that commis- - pleasure seekers a little withered ball by the raSlroad Let me know Ltx1 K ud stock 1ms beau earned For slon aremceitictly staled iu the fol dry brown not unlike the head of a at once as I want to write to tlie other ii l j figure ou the average of jobs lowing extract from tlie filth page of deail poppy was found In lorai gir- Â¬ road and see if I can get a cheaper f u an architects otHce would be a its report to the Speaker of the House dle still attached to a blender callous rale I may want the coffiu immediRUtROSWATti JHlfr- Jk t t waste of time for lie could not of Representatives as follows stem without leaves and to all ap- Â¬ ately but the doctor says a week will i fi ire a job to do holiest work ami JLtrly iu its deliberations the com Â¬ pearances as dead as when placed on perhaps be hi time Courier Journal MAIN to get ohm job in fifty that lie mission became convinced that a sub her fresh young corpse two thous Â¬ At tbe coming term of the Jackon Wji spend Ins tune tigering ou As stantial reduction of tariff duties is de and years and more ago SEWINQ Ky Circuit Court will be beard a ar t tiie fe w men iu litis oMy wliu manded not by a mere Indiscriminate Psorais mummy like most of the case which were it to be tried iu auy under no circumstances use adul popular clamor but by the best con treasures of antequarian Egypt was as it is called servative opinion of the country in- Â¬ after a while carted away to the city court would attract tbe widest tiruii jiiis or dope MSGHIHE Is the place to go if you want anything in attention But because the scene is Wi not attempt to bid jn architects cluding that which has in former times British Museum The rose that had seventy five miles from a railroad Willi JlQilPC cP t 3 unless they are posliive who lieeu most strenuous for the preserva- Â¬ bloomed on her bier aud theu withered Diamonds Watches they are bidding agaiwt I nsp was anJ almost as far from a telegraph tion of our national industrial defenses away for a As an illustraiion of this state of Such a retiuolion of the existing tariff taken by the American tourists to station it has been hardly heard of Clocks Jewelry Fine GOLOES alfins take two jobs that were figured the commission regards not only as a their hotel iu Cairo One of them sat The defendant Lauv ille Combs is not blMlimilag DBALBK IN laMy TueBlythe bloek on Market due recognition of public sentiment at the window ou a June night some yet eleven years old yet he has com- Â¬ Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas Are guaranteed to be made of sreet uas to be miuted aud each and a measure of justice to consumers jears ago and idly toyed with the mitted one of the most fiendish mur- Â¬ Cylista Watobes Clocks Jewelry Sliver ami White Lead LiJder ligureJ on the same specifJca but one conductive to the general in- Â¬ floral relic of old as the big yellow ders in the history of Kentucky Last Pure Linseed Oil Gold Headed Canes Zinc and other purest and best tioiis There was no ambiguity aud dustrial prosperity aud which though moon came slanting along over the spring Lauvllle and his Plated ware tie Sreehtl Fine Razors each knew what lie was- - figuring ouf it may be temporarily inconvenient sands In a moment of romantic sister were stauding by au open fire- Â¬ materials They contain no water attention glren to place being their STfeS iie Lids ranged from S675 up to S1500 will be ultimately beneficial to the trifling the Rose of Jericho still un Â¬ alimentin their home back pareutspicked benzine barytus or other cheap Reaching Fine Pocket Knives the boy anj hison tlmt was net compli special Interests affected by such re known by its true name and in its up a hammer aud crushed his sisters materials will cover 300 square XHo BLDRESaS B is sold with tho DIAMONDS- cated ami that any journey man ought daction true splendor of beauty was dropped gnaxanteo of being the BEST skull He theu threw the body in t be able to estimate on Domestic Seaviiiir MacMnes The actual Ko Democratic platform lias put the Into a water jar which was rapidly fire aud piled ou tlie wood The the feet two coals manufactured and at- Â¬ IhatcanbeMAJJZ f doing the work would be from uecessity of intelligent tariff revision cooling its contents by the tremendous put up only by Geo M Willging AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES tempt to cremate the remains proving SSX to S950 Auother job was let more strongly than this statement evaporative power of the peculiar wind abortive tlie young AND ALL KINDS OF Price Wholesale fiend took tbern to Richmond Ky fniu an architects elQce where the The report enlarges upon the damage from the Delta The poetical tourist AGENTS WANTED Ma ranged from 1650 to 53100 on done to the industries and commerce drowred away for a few minutes ioucer the creek near by aud threw the body or Retail SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES in the water It being too shallow for new work These are not isolated in Â¬ of the country by excessive duties un and rose logo from lite moonlit realm his purpose the murderer again move Promptly dune and In a workraaaMke stances as bids range mnoh the same iutelligently imposed using the follow Â¬ of the Pharaohs to a prosaic Cairene ELDRED6E MANUFACTURING CO manner Qe BR1SUC his eye fell on the water jar ed the body and burled It iu the sand try job that is let The result of ing strong languages bed when 2JKLV1DERE ILLS On the return home of his pareuts - ms business as it is done here is that No rates of defensive duties except Supported by the top rim of the neck Lauville told them that his sister had for all ordinary shades or colors YOUR the stalled paint used on nearly all for the establishment of new industries of the porrone the stem dangling down Cash Paid for Old Gold and SilTer Will make any shade-- or color to new work Is no protection whatever to which more than equalize tbe condi iu the cool liquid beneath bloomed gone to a neighbors He accounted for by he te house and the rustic or outside tions of laber aud capital witli those of a strange star like flower not unlike hadthe blood aou the floorNextsaying he order 5 Dont forget the place next dear killed chicken day biardiiig particularly unprotected from foreign competitor to the Post ofllce Hlcbraond Ky cnu be Justified an aster in general appearance Its confessed Iu killing his sister and said the weather aud lietng thus is liable Excessive duties or those above such fibres still quivered with ua cent life GEO WILLGING jan4 lf and SILVER and a man who bad boarded in the o warj iug CHIGKEN That raises the nails ou standard of equalization are positively A moment more and Its petals bent that get now goods for Decorator in Paint and Paper tiieetlgeof the boards thus allowing injurious to the interests which they backwards still further aud displayed family during the winter and who it or the tbe rain ti jenetrate aud making IIih are supposed to benefit They encour a glowing Iridescent heart of unknown had been turned off by his father be- Â¬ Cholera Cure Main St Richmond Ky - damn The next time age the investment of capital in manu Â¬ audstrlkiug hues and bewildering pat- Â¬ cause of his attentions to he mother We hiuawng I 23 mar7 tf had offered him a pair of boots and tue hrue is fiiutetl even by a man facturing enterprise by rash aud uu tern u dics xool work Flower had suspenders to kill his sister The boy it la almost skilled speculators to be followed by The Resurrection fapo SiUe for his paint to go through disaster to tlie adventurers aud their made itself kuoA ii to he modern is a regular lough chews and drinks by the sight the take hi arrest coolly and says what iit a left of the material first put on employees and n plethora of commo- Â¬ world Thrilled audUd and tlie lumber can never dities which deranges the operations of poetic youth no other than Bedloe worries him is that his sister comes baok at night aud wont let him sleep Ml made to fit close as before Aside skilled and prudent enterprise Nu himself rushed nway to call his com- Â¬ is generally thought that he will bo from all there being no nEdf and panions to the marvelous sight They It to v tenacity to the merous examples of such disaster sent the penitentiary t taint pm on jt ja tOV by oly R qUe8tlon derangements occurred during ami were asleep worn out gel the days fa Â¬ oftlme for auy paint which is put ou shortly after excessively protective tigues and hard to out of bed President Clevelands speech to the afterward to curl up and eel off and periods of the late war when tariff When they came with tbeir agitated committee notifying Ulm of his nomi- Â¬ QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO u the whole outside of the house duties were enhanced by the rates of guide to the window where his stone nation is the Utterance ofamau who LEY GUTHERSON - utterly ruined an far as looks are foreign exchange and premiums upon jar rested with its marvellous freight feels the weight of responsibility resting New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga LEXINGTON KY coucerned generally or behold the dry brown ball was Itself on the shoulders of the Chief Executive gold Excessive duties It is well that house dwiiers eliould exceptionally Jilgh duties Tn particular again the hidden beauties sealed once cf the greatest of nations It ii tlie hon Â¬ Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the STOCKTON kW of some of the adulterations casesj discredit our whole national more with the mummys curse and est expression of a plain citizen called Aents For Madison Ceanty of dollars worth of on to bear such responsibllty and in it Thousands iwuceil and it wlir Be economic sj stem and furnish plnusible shut back beyond sun or moon light in chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ Efwn In tbisarticle In the first place arguments for lis complete subversion their withered envelope The Rose of a feeling of half sorrow reference to the 1 sepSS ly KENTUCKY era It is more fatal to chickens than supposed basis of all work Is white 1 Tlierecoinmeudalions aud findings Jericho blooms in this way sometimes deeprooted abuses in the public service all other diseases combined But the lsad This cost from six to six and That Mr Cleveland has been digging up CARRIAGE in but half an hour a year f There Are Toa Going of this commission were concurred discovery of a remedy that positively e half Gov Curtius specimen of this mys Â¬ these roots we all know and If given cents par pound but oiiserupu by all its members They all signed Where from T How inn Whendoroartait cures has been made and to be con- DONELSON JOHN DartvT otu partus use ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST- - in Tour tare you What isomtdoof frataht or sometimes one half or the repsrt from which the above ex Â¬ tic plant was sent him by Dr James F ariother four years of the job there will you ftttetT baggags Wnat roata j vinced of its efficacy only requires a THE SOUTHERN PrtorjUETOR aeoye apr4 If upoa reesps or an answer1 m oneuarter Jead aiid make the other tracts are made The Commissioners Love dentist to the Khedive who se Â¬ not be many of the evil plants left trial A jc cents bottle is enough for ttosyot iriH be tarnished tree inexpease ante of wttt ug which costs one cent per were Mr John L Hays a special rep cured It at Dr Bedloes request from Pittsburg Post n rules also tbe lowest n a one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ fl jWiad Theu id place of boiled trfl reaenlalive of the wool interests Mr Sam I Psha Sainl is the guide who anteed If after using two thirds of The Democracy go other fata PncirnanBaurretfInvarobf phieta or- M AH 1T0B Morniiis and Night ey use fish oil Gen Grant on his tour with the demand for into the canvass able tefoira- If 3 VV faUoawWefe potash and water and TTnrv W Oliver Jr of Pittsburg a attended a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly the Important Cities of tbe South without change the reduction of Contractor and wffl save trouble time and money Aoaots wM nlaceiifierpeutinetuey use benzine great ironmaster and prominent Re through Egypt He performed like taxation for equal rights for fair play caR ta prsoo libera nrctmary satisfied with it as a cure forChicken Parties sot or a very to uasver questions RTIJINING THKOUQH OARS eat oat chcan article afmial oil In publican Mr Robert P Porter now offices for King Kalakaun aud for for the relief of the people from hostile Is prepared with an experienced set of Cholera return it to the undersigned aaa prwrre Unij Llllie TWENTY EIGHT HOURS TO JACKSONVILLK FLORIDA IN ready beanae uhsobo reAddress CehoaWwiaaa i hoiks kit raters retenme say useful H Tattluiig the very cheapest article secretary of the Republican Protective Robert Garrett When the Khedive combinations and trusts AH that hands to do all kinds of house budding and your money will be refunded the and repairing Give him a call Travelers have n choice of two kind of 8keplne Chr m General jaseBg A Ben St PaaJ Mies Shinniol Kntion poorest material is put on and after Tariff League aud Messrs A M War made Bedloe a Bey In payment of a Republicans STOCKTON IUEKX 4U0CKXSCBST ltOTJTi Mftun HetpiBtBeu WILLIS offer in return Js a bundle Buffet Car and FnIlmnuM Finest lataco Buffet sleeper HUte Room Fatten dolr ie Job has been mary tf aug 24 ly completed for a mouth laud J A AmWer J W Underwood dentists bill Sami showed him around of scarescrows wlch ccgsgd longpgo Weisrojjiojatojt wuatever Tlior- - Alexanders Bolder and Duncan P Alexandria and eveu became Ameri- Â¬ to affect Ihe intelligent public Nearly AU Leading Railroads SSDeetimffiaS4 no MYt vnLnnnATnoFKVALEPQvr UJ iut3mg and saHdpapering is Kenner all gentlemen of special ex Â¬ canized to the extent of allowing Bed- Charleston Kevra Hem Winders extst In tbousamls of m uin w Uytmr hy W6W AmrVwi t oma pamencers holding tickets vta tills Hue aro forms Dut arc MvrpjUwcU by tile Grand Central Union Depot Iu Cincinnati to call him Sammy regarding loe tiaown and when many of the perience aud Information rvtax mmmm ooMWend Smk to Ml rtfewrIVutw perftvr Pateua Caveat and Trade Mat Jw ruarvelx of lnveniloo Ttie wtin therefore saved trantler across the City and are assured a journey attended with seeej or oah lrfewtei hi rmIL Si -uH DtVa3StttauKibUikittott3iiu oases n LI Dr Love is said to be the only real fHYtcarett Rejected AtrtoatloBe Re Harrison iHiiri ne w uiuuwuiBwvtK luitl comfort and cenveulence BlwtC city are excepted by the branches of industries affected by tariff can b tftne irblle Itviueat homo shouiil at AH vived and Su Alexandria A machine once M3U their iKrcR follilllett A Oo Port rtitect the howe may justaa well IiBe of thi before tlte UPreseeoted Offiee bote mo Constituted by au act originating in live American resident via- - Queen and Crescent SStSSSSS S- - Patent prompt Â¬ land Mane and fall inioima Life of HEHRY WARD BEED8EH Js 3K Urn iow eitner raueive froo nget can ern er nave been painted Aud Morton House of Representa Â¬ jjove Is bound up iu the story of the svx of ly attended to for moderate fees ami tto the Republican atdl J OhurntM phtet his lire ln hta hlrh to hi from So to Vb per Aar and all Io speaking to onward s tiarever of Jericho in more ways than Offices fit Psnl BuIWItw wiwnrtit q rMnMiriati m iin General A remtulsceiise charge tuttde hhss Patent is secured Wi a botspalnter the tives the Tariff Commission was a Ruse tliey live You aro started free Capital not ijinwiMi iJAnrf WiP iitrixjo- - roo- - to r Beodtor Inventors Guide And the platform wuayne wat asked wbyhbad Republican boiy and all Its conclu Â¬ one By It Ibe wonderful octogenarian fftTaki tiAabA vii nertOHBriaimr station G LfopJtU UiVY ranuired Some have inaiie musr SM in n Blng6UiyaitiUWorB AtlsuceatU RANKLIN H HOUOH IUCAHUOLU R XRYAN Defease of robbery 1 St Paul Globe fired to Lis former apl2 Gm o jionaat sions were reached by the votes of ilfl Delieseeps won bis present wife a iy rules sa ddvw Tfeitera SgpariateHOoct Aaaiytant General PaajgngerAgentrl Washington D C Uwy Mf stookTHis answer was I have a family touupport and unless I figure Hy PalBtejs to da as the majority of Sene My PdgM Practiced painters I eme 1erats rer neascnoiaersmight starve as I never would get a job And reputation is worth nothing sail Fraodsee ChroBtete ta any painter outside of half dor en n article on painting If properly or to who get what little there is to wuften t liotild pnive very interesting dohy people who are williuc to my n wilWIiigs as well fair pi ice for good work rradiiS to cwfrs Tlie busi- panders themselves Another tiling should be mentioned Jiffere materially here from tbnt which is one of a thousand resi that might d ne iu lie Eatrn Stales both la the be enumerated In au article of this f f work ami imxle nt doing It kind This Is the way in quality which Jobs are la lJ Eistern Ciller a man having done In finishing In natural woods wrk to d i w ill apiy to a painter who The Frteciflcntlnns call for shellac of K his work fur years ami has let gooa quality in place of ihi wlnoli u rs the j b be a large tiiie he ill costs them S8 to 53 50 a gallon a vast take lat the one estimate as where a deal of the work is started with glue man has earned a reptrialinfl for fair and water or as It is called glue dean in yar of honestly cendDOied size that costs about 40 or 60 cents s the houe ewijer lias suffi la ite per gallon Then the specifications ciertcoufitience to give him the busi call for coach varnish at 250 to S3 lathis way he gets au bouest per gallon and thelow biddhig painter Ue j b at an holiest jM iee uses an article which cost Si or less Here In California lmwover it is awl thins It down with oil that cost a When a contract is to be fgood deal less To protect d flerent the owner hi Lds from perhaps a dozen or more the best plan of all Is to deal with none pantew are taken and tlie lowest but alirfit class lioue that wont lake Reputation cheap wortc have all the stook for a tUJer gets the contract pes fir nothing and as a consequence job bought in unbroken packages as owners get just what they pay for they come from the factory eee it mix Â¬ Fstufng is conducted upon the same ed ou tlie premises and have no mixed rracijleas any other business You colors brought to the premises and caugtt asultofckHlies for Sid or one none taken away until the job is comfjr c Of aud iu either instance you pleted By taking lead aud oil paint wouIJ get your moneys worth and pouriug some on a piece of char Â¬ In tbe Eastern eitiea journeymen do coal it will burn with the coal and nn Djtwerk an rai4dly an here nor do ingot of lead wijl be found In the ashes tuey ue the same kind of staging Painters who use much whiting In- Â¬ more steadily em stead of lead have to keep constantly They are jlyed and for Hill reason the work Is stirring their color to keep it from nnreciicentrated Instead of a hun- settling The first coat or priming dred bwes moil of them inipeeuHi- - of a house ennt- - be rubbed off with a cm getting occasional jobs ami euipluj wet rag if the stock used is good but ii j men for a week or two at a lime if you can rub it off Jn that way it t re are a lialf diien firms who em shows that no lead or oil whatever is j i fnui fifty to thre hundred men contained in the ialul These facts e mJj liie large rircns have built are all useful for people to know vk stipulation ami by close attention who have palling done t3 a it gtimat business have amueed 1 OF TRADE a majority The injury conducted by this body commenced with the sefslon at Wash Â¬ ington on the Gtli of July 1882 and closed as far as public hearings were concerned ou tlie 16th of October It visited nearly all the large cities of he country excepting those of the Gulf States where an epidemic prevailed and held forty one public sessions for taking sworn evidence of manufac- Â¬ turers and experts Its conclusions were Irresistibly forced on reluctant minds by the pressure of truth which was so strong that unwilling eyes could not le shut to it Aud yet the inquiry thus constituted thus prejudiced end Â¬ ed in a recommendation for a revision of the tariff far more radical aud ex- Â¬ tensive thgu the one now proposed iu tlie House of Representatives The object of the commission was precisely that afterward described in tlie Demo to revise the cratlc platform of 1884 tariff iu a spirit of fairness to ail inter- Â¬ ests Were the Tariff Commission of 1S82 and tbe House of Representatives that passed the bill to authorize it free traders Both simply reached the conclusion inevitable ou any respon- Â¬ sible examination which is that for the sake of the industries of the coun- Â¬ try for the sake of American labor in order that it may be really protected and have a chance to enjoy the bene-Â¬ fits of that protection the system of war taxation must be intelligently re- Â¬ modeled and the financial congestion resulting from a plethora of the peoples money iu the public treasury relieved The record of 1882 made by the Re- Â¬ publicans iu Congress aud by the com- Â¬ petent body they constituted exposes and utterly confounds the monopoly outcry raised in tlie platform adopted at Chicago The Democratic contest is simply one of antl mouopoly against for real protective tariff monopoly against sham protection that has be- Â¬ come as inimical to tlie industries of the country as it is to its financial and commercial interests so 1 - beautiful young woman who was one of Ave blooming sisters in a Parisian family the great engineer used to visit He had been left at sixty eight a widower with a whole Iroup of sons and daughters He had a Jericho rose and cairied It Iu his vest pocket one day when he went to call on tho five beauties The prettiest of them who asked him in the most charmingly in- Â¬ genious manner why be did not marry again received the Resurrection flower as a gift Wheu Dc Les ieps made his next visit the young girl ran to him with the wonderful rose It was iu full bloom See said she what a miracle the water hits uffected It is like the bios f 6miug of Love iu old age The old roan did not need more than one such suggestion innocent though He proposed or rather finishIt wa ed the proposal aud their nuptials were soon solemnized Webster defines the Rose of Jericho as a plant growing on tlie plain of Jeri- Â¬ cho the anasiatlca hicrochuutlua It Is evidently not the Resurrection flower which lias become familiarly kuown of late by this romantic uame Â¬ Ayers Sarsaparilla Js preferable to any other for the cure of Blood Diseases Why Because so poisonous or deleterious ingredients enter into tho composition of Ayers Sarsaparilla Ayers Sarsaparilla contains only tho purest and most effective remedial properties The Novelties and New Goods ft u in every department cause all who visit the Every line wc carry is complete and prices NEVER WERE SO LOW FOR of surprise and pleasure CASH AS THEY NOW ARE We have undoubtedly the prettiest line of Satteens ever brought to this city and ewy style and price from the cheapest American to the finest French Satteens can be found in this Stock Our Eastern importation of to utter exclamations BUSY BEE CASH STORE t Ayers Sarsaparilla is prepared with extreme care skill and cleanliness Ayers Sarsaparilla is prescribed by leading physicians Ayers Sarsaparilla Is for sale everywhere and recommended by all first class druggists es W L 2ass Hoods ant as you will certainly save money ky se doing oes Ayers Sarsaparilla is a medicine and not a beverage in disguise Ayers Sarsaparilla never falls to effect a cure when persistently used according to directions Ayers Sarsaparilla is a highly con- Â¬ centrated extract and therefore the most economical Blood Medicine in the market Ayers Sarsaparilla has had a suc- Â¬ cessful career of nearly half a century and was never so popular as at present Thousands of testimonials aro on file from those benefited by the use ot arc marvels of Beauty and Style that can not be excelled BEST BRANDS of CALICOES such as Manchester Merrimac Cochega Hamilton Pacific Etc AU five cents per yard and new spring styles We have just received a full and complete ttock of ich DGOeLS FOR GENTLEMEN EFS t BOYS YOUTHS and CHILDHEFS CLOTHING and we earnestly ask every lady to examine this stock before buying elsewhere We lead the market in E3 1 3 Shoe CarpstSj Oil Cloths Rugs Lace Curtains Curtain Poles Trunks Yalises o a NEWS PARAGRAPHS Ayers Sarsaparilla Dr rBETABED HV C Ayer Co Lowell Mass S Price t ilx bottl tVorth a liottle Â¬ The Minnesota Chautauqua will sue Dr Talmage for 10000 damages for failure to assist July 3 4 aud 5 iu open- Â¬ ing the assembly as per contract J ti 43 E H Bryant a native of Lincoln county was murdered on his ranch near Council Springs New Mexico last week He was a brother of J C Brayant druggist Lexington EdSpaiks sou of Senator Sparks shot Charles Myers at Kicbolasville Sunday night The shooting occurred just outside the Court house while George O Barnes was preaching inside TAT JdL Â¬ BUY CHEAP Y Rosin -- Patent Motif The only fine calf 3 Seamless Shoe in We CAN SAVE YOU FROM TWENTY FIVE CENTS TO ONE DOLLAR on every pair of Mens Ladies and the world made without tacks or nails Childrens Shoes you buy from us As stylish and durable as those costing 5 or f 6 and having no tacVs or nails to wear the stocking or hurt the feet makes them as comfortable and well fitting as a Jun22tf Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store hand sewed shoe Buy the best None hi a iin m 19 genuine unless stamped on bottom W L Douglas 3 Shoe warranted SPEED SMITH CHAS S POWELL J W L DOUGLAS SHOE the original and only hand sewed welt 4 shoe which SMITH equals custom made shoes costing from 6 totfo W L DOUGLAS 250 SHOE is unex 111 A celled for heavy wear W L DOUGLAS 2 SHOE is worn by all Boys and is the best school shoe in the world All the above goods are made in Con We represent ten of tlie strong- Â¬ gress Button and Lace and if not sold by your dealer write W L DOUGLAS est Fire Insurance Companies ia RAMSEY OLDHAM7 E Jrood THE CORNER SADDLERY h POWELL ii with Fire tamimm tbe here hly and land erip-- will lnera Brockton Mass JACK FREEMAN febi 6m Agent The Governor has appointed the State Board of Equalization Capt James R Rogers of Cane Ridge Bourbon county is the member for Judue J W the 1st district Green of Owen 2nd district J W Rowlet of Hart 3rd districtand N P Moss of Hickman 4th district The teachers bad a pleasant and profitable meeting at Mammoth Cave PAINTS XAB OF 8ESf WAf fatfir Boo Bar corner of the world We represent the Richmond Ky Company that has the largest capital in the world the Company that has the largest paid up capital in the world tlte Company that has tlte largest assets in the world There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance the only Company in the world and the quality of the goods tliey oiler is 111 keeping with the house that pays its losses without die They have the most stjlish as well as the plainest of saddles made count and does not make yo agree in its policy to wait sixty tr V m their shop of the best materials Ihey have f mfT7irAl 11 VH days after a lire to get your money AH Companies charge the same rate tlten Call your attention to their commodious and elegant house Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky have year i xS Sv rirjK tuar- Shop F 4 ieb- Belle K - -- A mm Every Style and Variety of Harness it akeo 1 tbe -- ivr OTHER- - OnlvSiJO a Week Why oocil polls 32 iWas aldas ippar Â¬ Cheap Stuff Â¬ it all 7 47S r J 1 stat s s for 45- - i rk it 4r tt at - Cen- MmM fffPfgl 1 friyi tr Ma fc W C GOEMLEY CO ADRUFF a MWMi SI Jg u or 1 WILLGINGS irsr Â¬ DPARMER THE STREET eitt hj 1 PURE MIXES PAINTS mtijL J a i b f 1 l sU and a3 4 3 over 4M of 100 Differen AND MUERWIR SWHIW tee can th lisll a fyfi -- eigbl-year-o- ld Ml rip- - are not J ajb eer 7 Â¬ ct ffieea oa REPAIRING mo- - 125 Per Gallon m and Feb-32-6- m I Old Gold A o ASK FOR THE is G P G Remedy r I-- -- Fine Car nases 1 1 qoEEJsr Aiiro orescent route Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads r WILLIS pitly Pncmal Pomis Soii Eas Trains WORKS ii SOD fBS Builder i ini tspa iri Â¬ the ra PATENTS Travel 5t5ifi Vrf rSZJH ttS WSf - Jnejs8fts t jtfa8Sitefe4 t- -t- - W Sf T mum Fi THE OLIMAX n BUSIIEB EVERY WEDNESDAY THE SUGAR TARIFF NEWS The loss by PARAGRAPHS DIED ANNOUNCEMENTS m aiillnirlrpfi tnnnnoiince JOEL T EMBRY as a candidate for Asses sor or Madison couuty eubject to the action ot the democratic party We are authorized to announce A J WILLOUGHBY as a candidate for Assessor of Madison couuty subjectÂ¬ to the acllou or the Democratic par 4H7H Mk There are only eleven hundred men in Louisiana engaged in sugar culture yot there are sixty mil ill the Climax Pbixtmg Co Hoik peopleadvance United StatesÂ¬ on sugar owpaying an ing to the tariff that protects I RENCH TIPTON EDT0RS-- those eleven hundred Louisianians Wm G WHITE f Is that right If the sugar product of Louisiana cant stand TRICE tKU YEAR 150 the reduction let it close out and the land be planted in cotton The 188S lS WEDNESDAY JULY sixty million people in this country ought to have a right to buy their sugar where they please Â¬ Democratic Ticket FR rtlBSIDBNT 110W THE MINERS ARE PROTECTED GKOVER CLEVELAND OF NEW YORK VR VICE PKBSIDBNT ALLAN G THDRMAN OF OHIO The high tariff advocates tell us that tho tariff on iron protects the iron interests of this country and that were it not for the tariff the mines would all close and our supply ot iron would come from abroad and all the iron workers would be thrown out of employ ment FOR SIIRRIFr J W BALES CONSTABLE Who are the iron workers They are Hungarians and Norwegians and tlie devil knows who else and they have come here and run PX out the natives and taken posses- Â¬ T B AYIIES Mr Samuel Randall of Penn sylvania is serioasly sick Â¬ George Rogers Clark is to them quiet Imvo a 25000 monument in X0 WE D0NT SEE Louisville You see said a high tariff Tfce olectric light plant of New man the other day if the tariff Orleans that cost 100000 was is reduced the laborers of this iMtrned oh Monday country will come in competition Col R T P Allen of the with the poorest paid labor of all Frankfort Military Institute was the pauper labor of Europe Beldrowsed in Florida last Thursday gium has the poorest paid labor in Europe and the laborers of this while boating country will be reduced to an The French demi god Boulan equal with the Belgian laborers That is about like the other ger has been prodded in the neck high tariff arguments We want 11 a common ordinary everyda3T French gentleman who knew to know why tlie laborers of Eng beUer 1mw to use a sword than land right alongside of Belgium are not reduced to an equal with tKd the famous fellow the Belgians It there is a differ- Â¬ ence in the pay of labor in those Th noted Renick will case was cmeliMled in Judge Scotts court different countries why should not at AVineheeter Wednesday and there one be a difference between any of those countries and tke will sustained this country And is the tariff the sole regula Near G lousier Mass on Mon tor of wages Does the form of day Addion Gilbert died aged svoHly nine years He leaves Government have nothing to dp Why have we a reabout 500000 of which he be with wages public if it is not to make its queathe 100000 to a lwspital 75000 to an old folks ltome and people freer and happier and more prosperous Compare the targe sums to otlier charities sion of the minos When they grow tired of mining they go on a strike and paint the country red again this season During last week Pittsburgh shipped for about four months and all the militia in the State cont make 11431000 bushels of coal down the Miss Florence Dudley died of fever the Pennsylvania aud West Virginia floods Is estimated at at the home of net uncle James Jones more than a million dollar Blackstock South Carolina on Satur Â¬ day July l4tb 1888 aged 16 years At Alpena Michigan Thursday 500 was a daughter of Mrs houses was burned and a thousand The deceased Site Dudley of Richmond nud went people made homeless to live with het nUnt Mrs Jones A painful direction of the bead drove formerly Miss Pattie Gilbert or this Jnsiah Wilder a prominent business county On Friday Mrs Dudley fe mau of Cincinnati to suicide ceived telegraphic notice or the serious A train on the Virginia Midland illness or her daughter and left Satur- Â¬ went through a bridge 48 feet high day morning to see her During that Thursday killing seven persons and day another telegram came announc ing the death Tlie remains will not wounding twenty five be brought home at once The will or the late Rev Louis William Shearer died at bis home Neyron the aged priest who accom- Â¬ panied Napoleon to Moscow as a chap at Kirksville iu Madison counIain was filed for probate in the Clerks ty Kentucky on Thursday July 12 Deceased was Office at New Albany Indiana Fri Â¬ 18S8 aged 64 years a native or and had always lived day in Madison county He bad been Harry Coleman alias Smart aud three times married his first wire a his wife suspected of the murder of Chenault of Madison county his sec- Meisner Green and Bell Wardi whose end wife a Reed or Garrard county bodies weie round floating in the Ohio his third a Horiue whom he leaves a few days since surrendered them- Â¬ He was a brother or James Shearer selves to the police Thursday or Kirksville and of R H and Law Lucky Baldwins famous colt Em- Â¬ son Shearer deceased The remains were buried in the Richmond cemetery peror of Norfolk the greatest on the American turf went on Friday lame in an exercise gallop at Chicago While not broken dowii the colt will TO THE MEMORY go out of training and will not race died Jane Â¬ -- w FOK ASBESSOIt ty 3 Â¬ to announce TnHV V WAOERS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the Ouemocrauc puny action or tue n We are authorized to anuounce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison couuty subject to the 3- action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce SAMUEL BIGGERSTAFF a candl- We are authorized o- ron jailer fashions by experienced and thoroughly trained workmen out of the choicest and most fashionable goods Do you want a READY HIADE 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 made Elegant Tailor Want toan after the latest and most approved Made Suit order cut and AM ELEG AT SUMMER COAT AWD made to order or ready made IDO ject to the action of tne Democratic party to announce We are authorized THOMAS H FEKRELL as a candi- lafo far Tntlpr if Mxriison COUUtV sub ject to the action or the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOHN HILL as a candidate for JailerÂ¬ or Madison county subject to the ac 4- tion r the Democratic parly li irit TI1r if Mmllcnn pountv sub VES OR A FAIR OF HANDSOME ODD PANTS OTJ W-A-IfcTT three-year-o- ld FURNISHING GENTSmost DELIGHTFUL UNDERWEAR Do you want the anyhow Do you want something ELEGANT DUEABLE and SEASONABLE in Of Mrs Nancy A Ballard who 16th 1888 Remaining unclaimed In the Post Offlce at Richmond Ky weekending July 17 1888 Moore Nelson Pearce Celea Perkins Chas J Black Phelps Luke Bridwell Lena 1 Powell J W Brittain C B 4 Co Sanders L BoykinSidden Sweeney Danny Chenault Maggie Steward Chris Duncan Dempe Francis Mrs Nannie Steward Belle Smith C S Freeman Albert Smith B W Green Caroline Taylor Frank Heard Lee Thompson Sam Higgins Cassie Twomey Mary C Hoch Mrs Jennie Williams Eld Chas Jewell Lusie Johnson Mrs Mary White Miss Young Grant Jones Rev E Lemon lack M Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p jr Money order and registered letter hours prompt 7 a it to 6 p 21 J B WILLIS p sr Ammer Mary Mrs LETTERS M Do you want anything from a WELL REGULATED Merchant Tailoring Clothing House GOODS Asherj Gh Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ prosperity of the republic of Rues training stable at Dan France with that of the empire ot ville was burned Tuesday even France Every thing is cheaper kg awl thirty three horses wore in Europe Do the people of the Jo valued 40000 Two em United Stales cry hard times pierce and twenty liorses were now when every thing is cheap burned in a livery stable at Buffa as they did in war times when Wednesday lo At Wichita every thing was high Take these Kansas on Wednes lay the street questions under consideration car babies with eighty mules A HOSPITABLE HOST were burned Â¬ Â¬ The Ohio Centennial author ised by act of the General Assem bly to be held at Columbus open ing September 4lh and closing October 19th 1SSS will be an exposition complete in all its departments to represent the wonderful progress of Ohio and other States comprising the orig nal North west Territory during the past century Â¬ Â¬ A leaant Sanday Gathering And Hap jiy Guests Texas Register Â¬ Gainesville Tho pro A cotetnporary says test of Reverend Doctor Theodore Cuyler through the Evangelist against the Republican policy of becoming enslaved to the reactionary rule of tltose who build up the monopolies at the expense at the great mass of the people and his statement that Reverend Doctor Storrs and many other Brooklyn citizens are in open re volt against the new and revolt ing doctrines of the Republican platform snow the growing ten ueney of the independent thinkers ot the Republican party in the East to cut loose from the rotten bulk that is rapidly drifting to wank tlie breakers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEWSPAPER AT IRVINE The first issne of the Estill County News a 28 colnmn paper edited and published by Mr J J Wieson at Irvine is before us It is a good paper and we hope the people will flock to its sup port Â¬ m ABED INFANTS The protectionists talk about our infant industries For one long century the iron works of the United States have been in operation 3et tliey are classed as in fant industries If our infan ts of a hundred years cant walk alone theyll never loarnso let them go and try some other kind of infant that will learn to walk Â¬ NEW YORK Tltose wlto know say that a hot canvass is promised in New York between Gov Ilill and Warner Miller The Republican dailies that support Cleveland will sup- part Miller in preference to Hill While Miller and Morton are lxth anitaluts and representatives of monopoly llill has the advantage m being a comparatively poor man Anti lrust is to be the 1111 battle cry THE BOND VOTE The proposition to bond the 10000 Fubmitted to a vote of the people rn last Saturday was defeated by This means a large majority that the 10000 in vouchers tzamstthe town will lay around for the next several years finding a purchaser now and then at a large discount It meaus the cessation of street imnrovements and the shutting off of street gas at th- - expiration of the present con towns indebtedness of Â¬ Inct bonis seemed to be that the fje chief argument against the money in opening and improving new streets If there is any thing in nrohibic the Council in the exercise of its own judgement we fail to see it notwithstanding tlie vote ouncil is expending loo much About a fortnight ago Maj A C Irvine of litis city announced to n number of his friend that on the first rfnuduy in June he would expect them to make him a visit at his ranch abmit fifteen mile West of Gaines Â¬ ville Aeoordiugly when the day rolled around tne carriages that had been previously engaged rolled up to the diMiri of the several parties and before the win rose in the Eastern sky all were on their way over the beautiful prairies Every one felt the exhilarating effect of the fresh morning breeze pleasant conversation and gay jest aided by happy surrounding antt happier anticipations of what was to come contributed to make time pass unheeded away so that almost before they were conscious of the distance traveled the end of the Journey was was reached and all hands alighted to enjoy a cordial greeting aud a whole hearted welcome to the freedom of a Texas ranch and the general hospital Â¬ ity of a Kentucky gentleman of the eld Bchool Maj Irvine had left nothing undone to insure a delightful visit for every guest the fatted calf hung over the roasting pit aud was soon spread upon the tade In true barbecue style with solid accompaniment aud many others which rauk with the delicacies on such occasions Rich country but- Â¬ ter with fresh milk on Ice sparkling German winei and Kentucky uectar were sandwiched between steaming essels of hot coffee and when the in Â¬ come gentlemen vitation was ex- Â¬ tended about thirty ot the best looking and best pleased citizens of Cooke county took their places around the board and if ever a cook and a host were complimented It was done then aud there Shortly after diuner the clouds gathered aud a hard raiu drove tlie separate groups that Itad loitered altout the lawn or lolled lazily in the long grass into the house lor protection After the company had been thus condensed as it was for a short time a mass convention wan organized and a series of resolutions adopted that would be Interesting to our readers but lack of space forbids their publi- Â¬ cation One of these however ex expressed the appreciation of the guests fur their geuerous and hospitable en- Â¬ tertainment and declared that old Kentucky might Bend all such men as Ma lor Iryine to Cooke county and could not spare too many fur our good Louis Dryfoos who superintended the preparation of the feast was also deservedly thanked for his share in the pleasures of the day aud he was uuauimously voted to be a success on such occasions The personal of the company will be better appreciated by giving the names Gainesvilles con- Â¬ tingent were J L Harris Yancey Lewi John I Hird John Stone Louis Dryfoos Pat Ware Henry Hol raan Lum Johnson Geo Worn mack Polk Spears E C Peery John Fletch- Â¬ er Dick Rollins Billy Nichols J H SHU of the Register aud two colored gentlemen one of whom assisted at the table and the other with guitar and harmonica furnished music suitable to the day and the occasion The ubpve were met by the following gentlemen John Har Â¬ from the neighborhood rison Al Walking J C Fox J H Sowder A A House Warren Stewart Eli Buchauan Lou Jepbart E R Mnsetey and Dr Harper ol Rosstou No one of the party will ever forget the pleasant meeting and It is safe to say will always remember with kind Â¬ ness the acquaintance formed there Ifeuou meetings were more frequent our people would know and lore each other better aud make better neighbors and citizens Â¬ for her who from suffering Ohio Of this 5599000 bushels Is con Â¬ Oh weep not and sorrow signed to Louisville This large addi- Â¬ Hath fled to the clime of content and tion to the present supply will have no accord affect ou the market price The local Whose spirit in Heaven new brilliance dealers have an organized VTrust shall borrow which fixes rates and this Is done For blessed are they who hare died in without regard to stocks on hand the Lord Dr Bob Morris the Poet Laureate why should we mourn oer the of Free Masonry the author of more Then dead or the dying than one hundred volumes of Masonic Who meekly have bowd to the chas Â¬ and miscellaneous works Past Grand tening rod Master of Masons suffered two atroKes Who from gloom to the gardens of glory of paralysis yesterday morning at are flying Lagrange His condition is very crit- Â¬ From sorrow to bliss in the city of God ical but his physicians and friends On earth when our dearly loved friends are hopeful Courier Journal 13th are aspiring Much sorrow is expressed at the To pleasures and comforts that life death In Washington or Dr A Y P may bestow Garnett Surgeon General or the We rejoice and as cheerfully aid in ac- Â¬ Southern Conrederacy who was the quiring ablest and most learned physician or We are pleased at their pleasures and Â¬ the Capitol A mall or pure characweep for their woe ter and generous reeling he was Then weep not that she for the raptures universally beloved It is said of Dr of Heaven Garnett that he has at all times refused Hath fled to the climes of content and to accept any fee for professional ser- Â¬ accord vices extended to Confederate soldiers aud his kindness to the poor will long Mourn not that to her the white garment is given be remembered For blessed are they who have died in Col H T Noel who has been mak Â¬ the Lord ing several trips to the mountains Rejoice that with angels afflictions can prospecting for investments for his never joint stock company that he is gettiug Confine her again to a slumberless bed up has also presented to the people the advantages of Garrard coun- Â¬ And that she shall dwell with the Savior forever ty and has succeeded in making a When the last peal of thunder shall number of sales or Garrard couuty waken the dead farms He sold last week the farm belonging to the L V Phillips estate Oh thou friend of my heart fain fain near Lexington pike to J no F Mar would I sorrow see of Belle county for 4200 cash And mingle my tears with their o n and also sold 200 acres of Mrs Pattie in accord Gills farm without improvements to If death could no light from eternity John Mealer or the same company for borrow j SI 0000 cash He has several sales But blessed are they who have died in that will probably be consummated S the Lord and reported in our next issue Mr Noel is a good Iswyer and any Tobacco Market one can saely entrust business in his Louisville Dnrrelt Louisville Tobacco charge He is also a reliable gentle By Glover Ware Houke man whom we all know Lancaster Sales on our market for the week News Just closed amount to 1757 hhds with receipts or i4bo nnus lor the same CONCERNING FARMERS period Sales on our tomarket since 41672 hhds January 1st amount The sales of Burley have been some- Â¬ W A Jones Rushville Ind has what larger this week than they were sold the pacer Raven Boy black geld- Â¬ last and while prices are not quotably ing record 2171 by Pocahontus Boy higher yet the market was animated dam Tiuey Wilson to Chicago parties and closed firm Our crop reports con Â¬ tinue favorable lor 3000 The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ G Straus Lexington resent our market for Burley tobacco Messrs L Trash not colorv and Ky have soU to L U Shlppe Stock- Â¬ aged by freezing 600 to tobacco dam- Â¬ 850 ton Cal the brown mare The Teal Colory Trash 850 to 1400 4 years old by Hiudoo dam Mundane Common Lugs uot colory 900 to by Lexington with her suckling colt 1400 Colory Lugs 1400 to 1700 by Leonatus for 1500 Common Leaf 1400 to 1700 Medium to good leaf 1700 to 2300 23 00 to RELIGIOUS Select or wrappery leaf 2650 Rev Preston Blake or the Baptist church is holding a protracted meeting Local Produce Markets at Hustonvllle iu connection with BY COVINGTON WEEKLY CORRECTED Rev RR Noel 1 Â¬ DO YOU WANT AN EXQUISITE STRAW HAT DO YOU WANT ANY OTHER KIND OF A HAT If you do not call and see us you do CALL AND SEE US BIf Respectfully COVINGTON I MITCHELL AT EVERY DAY A BARGAIN DAY -- -- PUBLIC SALE On Saturday Aujj 4 SS as Administrator of Mrs E J Short ridge deed I will sell to the highest bidder her late LARGEST STOCK H OF J Strenas Louisville Store situated ou Mnin Street Richmond Ky opposite Foxh Livery Stable The house Is a two story Irame in perfect repair Inside nnd out and con- Â¬ tains seven rooms The lot runs through to Water Street Good cistern stable Ac RESIDENCE CLOTHING Hats and Furnishing Goods Last month we promised you to make the month serve as August hy giving you prices that are usually made in August We will now do better by making every day a TERMS One third cash balance In equal payments one and two years with six per cent interest with lien reserved for deferred payments Any one wishing to purchase is in- Â¬ vited to call and examine the premises Sale at 3 oclock P M 57 A D FLORA Admr 1 We can not give you a in Richmond AND house and lot or a gold watch and chain UHtVEBSITY CEHTRL with every Suit or Hat as we dont ask WILL THE NEXT you that extra profit but guarantee to CUT PEICES ALL TO PIECES We have more goods than we want they j Sept 12 88 give you more and better Department is must move and to make them move we The Preparatoky under the supervision of the Faculty and no pains will be spared to make be astonishing this Clothing Hats Furnishing Goods will make prices that willfirst served first Dont delay first come Madison County School come get the pick of whatever is in our all that can be desired Our aim is to prepare boys for College and at the time give a thorough practical educamammoth stock tion to those who can not take the than you ever got before for same money ular course Special attention will be given to Writing Composition Book Owing to backward spring we have conDont forget if you Keeping and Civil Engineering Attention is called to the following cluded to UUUUb want Diy Goods communication from one of our trons a prominent citizen of the com of any description that the prices are away munity Mr Burnam states clearly SESSION OPEN Â¬ BARGAIN DAY reg- Â¬ Â¬ pa- Â¬ TlT7 y down ARNOLD ORO GROCERS MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY A protracted meeting will begiu with the Republican Baptist church Richmond Ky July 17 188S the secoud Sunday in August Rer Beef Cattle Butcher Preston Blake pastor Hogs 45C Sugar Cured Hams 132150 Rev A F Williams or the Baptist Bacon Hams Country church will preach at Bethel church Cured I2j0i5c near Kingston on Sunday next at 11 Butter nMi5C 1 Chickens ft 50 IS2 00 oclock aud at Kingston school house Eggs 10c at 4 oclock Sunday afternoon 85c Wheat 2 25 Rev Mr Preston or Virginiapreach- - Flour Corn per barrel 3 50 r ed at the Presbyterian church Suuday Hay per 100 lbs ococ aud left for home yesterday He de-Â¬ Oats in sheaf per 100 Ss 40250 Lard lighted his audience He has not de- Â¬ Tallow 34C cided upon the call to this cQurch Beeswax I5joc Feathers At a colored camp meeting at ao35 33Kc the method pursued and the character of work done in this department of the University Richmond Ky June iSth iSSS Dr L H BLANTON Chancellor of Central Unhersity My Dear Doctor Last fall I started my oldest son then in his twelfth year with some misgivings as to the wis- Â¬ dom of the step to the Preparatory Departand during the ment of your college second year which has just closed my special and critical attention has been con- Â¬ stantly directed to the conduct of that de- Â¬ partment and I wish to bear voluntary testimony that he has received careful patient and thorough instructions from those in charge ind has made gratifying progress not alone in the studies pursued but also in mental training and capacity Â¬ CDTDOWN OUR STOCK which is larger than ever and in order to description that the prices are away down do so we will almost sell them at Iont forset if f011 HI ni h i UlUlmilg want Clothing of any de- Â¬ Your Own Price COME AND SEE THE Boots and Shoes JS if you want Boots and Shoes of any scription that the prices are away down Dont forget it you want Hats of any description that the prices are away down 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 Cliarle8townIndianalastSunda3there was n procession representing the chil- Â¬ dren of Itreal crossing the Red Sea They hadnt much water and no Pha- Â¬ Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Clover Seed raoh Oats in sheaf Rev J W Hughes or Carlisle is Choice blue grass seed 575 Red conducting a series of meetings with Sweettop seed x Potatoes 25 the pastor Rev Edward Mann at the Irish Potatoes 1 222 00 Southern Methodist Church in this place The services began Tuesday the 10th inst and will continue for a LIVE STOCK MAEZST SEPOST CO By LOFER DATER number or days yet Irvine News stock Commission Merchants nt Clncln Tlie Sunday School Convention or LItb Union Stock Yards ami Corlngton naU Block Yards the Tates Creek Association will meet with the Baptist church iu Richmond Cincinnati Ohio July 16 1888 July 28th aud 29lh Tlie Convention SHIPPING CATTLE Sermon will be preached by Rev J 5 60 5 85 W Warden D D or Louisville All Good toto Extra Good Fair 5 25 5 50 the churches of the Association are Common and Rough 3 75 4 40 requested to rend delegates Let there Good to Extra Oxen 5 00 4 50 be a full representation 3 oo Convention Fair to Good Oxen 4 25 2 00 2 75 called to order promptly at 10 A if Common and Rough BUTCHER CATTLE Saturday 23lh Good to Extra 4 6o 4 75 Fair to Good 4 50 4 25 Deafness Cant Be Cured Extra Fat Steers 4 25 4 50 By local applications as they can not Fair to Good Steers 3 75 4 25 to Extra Cows 3 75 3 50 reach the diseased portion of the ear Good to Good Cows Fair 3 oo 3 25 There is only one way to cure deafness Common Cows 2 00 2 75 and that is by constitutional remedies Rough Cows and Oxen I 00 1 75 Deafness is caused by an Inflamed BULLS condition oT the mucus lining of the Best Shipping 3 25 3 oo Eustachian Tube When the tube Best Bologna 2 50 2 75 Fair Bologna oo 2 40 2 gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing nud when Fair to Good Feeders 1 75 1 25 Common and Thin it is entirely closed deafness is the FEEDERS AND STOCKERS result and uuless the Information can Good Extra Steers 4 oo 4 40 be tukeu out aud this tube restored to Fair to Good Steers 3 50 3 75 oo its normal condition hearing will be Good to Extra Heifers 3 3 50 Common and Thin Stackers 2 25 2 75 destroyed forever Nine cases out of COWS AND CALVES ten are caused from catarrh which Is 35 oo40 00 nothing but an inflamed condition of Best Grades Fair to Good 20 00 30 00 mucus surfaces the Common 10 coi8 00 We will give One Hundred Dollars Best Veal Calves 5 00 4 75 for any cane of Deafness caused by Fair to Good 4 co 4 50 Common and Heavy 3 75 3 00 Catarrh that e can uot cure by tak Â¬ SPRING LAMBS ing Halls Catakrh Cuke 6 75 6 60 Extra- F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Common to Good 4 50a 5 00 by J J Brooks 75 cent SSTSoId HOGS 6 00 Â¬ Select Butchers 5 90 Kanns Specific will cure Rheuma Fair to Good Packers 5 85 5 50 tism or money refunded Price 75c at Good to Extra Lights 855 75 Whites Drug Store Second street Light Pigs 5 40 5 655- Roughs and Scalawags near Garnett House 4 00 3 75 Meal logictlly and remember Observation has impressed me with the conviction that few persons or even professional in- Â¬ structors have the aptitude to impress these educational characteristics upon the minds of young boys You have been fortunate in securing instructors for this department who are gifted in this respect and I earnestly hope that their services may be secured premanently to the young boys ol tnis community and that tne nigh grade ofproficiency that now obtains in may continue 7SSC this departmentvery truly yours I am 556oc A R BURNAM 1 35 2 2502 50 67 For further information and 3 oo3 25 Catalogue apply to 00 L H BLANTON for application The system pursued in the department is one that trains the pupil to think reason Hats 253 uI2c loi LARGEST STOGK FINEST GOOBS NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES ever named for same quality of goods at the oldest Clothing House in Richmond down down down H -- 7S5 cot K4 J STRENG Store Mammoth Louisville i 6- - CUANCELLOR- - J may2 tf B STQuTFERr KENTUCKY CENTRAL E R BLUE GRASS ROXJTE- Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North West and Southwest Shortest and Quickest Fiest Street I ipttibXjIO -- jTsm Co Fast Line Between Lexington and No 2 SOUTU EOUND Ex Han Lve Covington Lve Kalmoutb Lve Uynthlan- aLve Winchester Richmond Lancaster E Cincinnati Nol No 5 SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 20th ISSS No 4 Dally No 6 ExJSun NOKTH BOUND Lve Livingston No 8 bcoo ODF1 nMSCDE- - Arr fans Arr Lexlncton Cincinnati Tho Topular Zno bctsrosn LAFAYETTE Iu Central Kentucky The Lexington Improvement will on Indianapolis end tTittoct Pullman Slneplnir Cora and Elctrant Jta dining- Chair Cora on Nisht TriUri Magnificent ParlT Cars on Day Trains - OHIOAG Iki EiUrt Tntii En THEGICH Tuesday July Slst at 12 oclock Arr Arr Arr Arr iarla O Cusp aoiiiD rXTWXEM C vcEt a xixns Big- - ssd TsnJili Use Pullman Tloflrt Slerpinj Can Pi tlmin Rcclinlnc Chair Car New liret Clais Coarhc Second ClaM Coaches and Baptpe Cars all run throturh irilliout change between I incinnU and t Loula Cincinnati and St Lou is YU the CL St L Foar EtInax Elegant Reclining C Chtr Cars 111 W Short Cincinnati and Peoria TIA ISIT C Md I II Till A JHf Commodious Reclining Chair Cars DITWItK hiiaBpoli eonsllst d Ksohk Ion Via SSEUJOII C I St L A 0 sad T P A W It Ttd MChlttRO SL f col and Iearla cloe and Irt Ddlat connection are jffdn with all LLzes to and from the- Korthymt Wtil and SoatLwM IltLtti cat Btjpft flftij t j ill rricdfsl futi im b obtained at any Ticket Office C 1 S L Cod poo C Uv alwria thialieo t allcoantry Tckt 05ec5 thrrmgbont the f Itrl -- OHH EQANClPaiandTttAjcst CtMCEfXATLQ 9UJ6 46 pmj IGC03 am Offer at Public Sale without reserve the beautiful home formerly S4S pro am 451 POM Messrs R T and J E Auclereon Thl property is situated on East Third Km pm 1135 ami Arr Covington fronting about 330 Street just outi Ide the city limits In Linden Addition feet on Third Street aud 450 feet on Clay Avenue about three and one half MAYSVILLE BRANCH acres in area The Improvements consist of an elegant two and ono half story No 11 No IU No 12 No modern built brick houso with stone trimmings and observatory containing Dai r Dally Dally Dallv NORTH BOUND south bound ten large rooms and two halls all in first class repair The house was built by Ex Han ExSun BxBan Ex ben the Messrs A for their own use at a cost of over seventeen thousand dollars The other Improvements consist of stable carriage and Ice house The grounds Lve Slaysville x6too am fIa 105 pm Lve Covingtpn are beautifully set with large shade and orna mental trees aud shrubbery Johnson The 3J am Lexington 735 am 4 140 pm am Carlisle am 234 pm Passenger aud Belt Hallway when buiXwilI pass through Clay Avenue and 739 V itjjam 358 pm Arr Mlllersbarg-Mlllersburc a57am will establish the suburban station Linden within two hundred feet of the ait ians 839 am aaj pm oaias r - f larnsie- house This beyond any doubt is the most elegant and desirable property Lexlneton 1015 am Johnson 915 am ocxo pm Covington ncjoam r4oPf Mnysvllle ever offered at public sale in Lexington lCji am ftoo pm The house and grounds can be in- Â¬ spected at any time by calling on the undersigned This property will be sold No 32 leaves Covington at 830 a nu ar this train runa through to Richmond Kj without reserve or one third cash balance In oue and two years with interest rives Falmouth logo a rn Sundaj others are daily except Sunday Immediate possession given only Direct connection Is made al Winehest CO No 31 leaves Falmouth at 430 p m ar Â¬ with Chesapeake nndOIo tat Mt W- Ashlnud Hunllncton Charleston rives Covington 630 p m Sunday and Eastern Cities LOUIS STRAUS President J E KELLER Vice President only 6 5 FAST LINE Nos 3 and 4 ran V Wt No 15 leaves Lexington jtijp m ar Â¬ cheMerSolld Trains wHh Pullman Ciirs netweeu CtaetnnAtt and IUehraona rives Paris 755 p m and Winchester sad Washington D I No 8 leaves Covington 530 p rn arÂ¬ ThroaKh Tickets and Basgage Checked rives Falmouth 720 p m any destination reached hy a railroad No 7 leaves Falmouth 550 a tn arrives For full particular address or call on til AN ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS SHELBYVILLE KY Covington 750 a m ogeatof the Cofiipauyor Daily Except Sunday The oldest school for women in the South Employs only graduates of best S T B MORSE B H BACON Ag Trav Pass Gen Passr AgU Eastern Colleges Prepares for Wellesly Our pupils received at Welleslyou Note No 3 Dally between Richmond Lexlogtonli CoVlngtenKy Certificates Course of study full and strong All mere show and pretense dis- Â¬ Lexington and Covington F B CARB Ar IL K HUNTINGTON carded Prices not low but reasonable atstomond Â¬ No Daily between Goal Manager 27 WT POSTER ington 4and Winchester Covington Lex On Saturdays General Offices Covlsjtofi Ky Â¬ Lve Richmon- d-- Arr Berea occupied by Arr Livingston Stanford pm 100 pm pm 328 pm Vm 4 30 pm pm 510 pm 11 40 ir3opm iny pm 610 pm 1150 am 1035 pm 50 pm 1133 pm IU5 pm 605 pm 300 pm 71a pm S18 pm 510 pm 6coo pm 4o pm 205 pm yo pm 30 am XCC03 1105 815 938 1024 am 1050 an Lve SlauforU Lve Iineaster Arr luchmnml Lve Richmond Arr Winchester xve jucrra Arr Richmond am a13 Arr Pans Lve Lve Lve Lve am 79a am Kio am 1100 am 130 pm 2U5 pm 11145 3900 1025 Paris UynthlanaJ Falmouth Lexington 35 pa pm 340 P 535 am 5 45 am 050 am y am 7 40 am am ti ami rj5 -- t fcu ami LEXINGTON IMPROVEMENT SCIEHOB fe 1 -- ZEUILXj Svf Slfs t3PaBwsy 4f ismamHamawx9Niiatv2 - swgiSBSSje i r T I1MI THE OLIMAX i THE SUflAR TARIFF NEWS PARAGRAPHS DIED T ANNOUNCEMENTS w sor of Madison county subject to the acliou ot liie uemocrauu puny We are authorized to announce A J WILLOUGHBY as a candidate for Assessor of Madison county r subjectÂ¬ to the action of the Democratic par rk aiitlirirlTcrl fnnnnniinro JOEL EMBRY ns a candidate for AssesÂ¬ There are only eleven hundred FOBU6HB8 EVERY WEDNESDAY men in Louisiana engaged in sugar culture yet there are sixty milCo lion people ill the United States Climax paying an advance on sugar owing to the tariff that protects FRENCH TIPTON tDT0Rs-- those eleven hundred Louisianians G WHITE W j Is that right If the sugar product of Louisiana cant stand TRICE rKtt YBAB 150 the reduction let it close out and the land be planted in cotton The 188S lS WEDNESDAY JULY sixty million people in this country ought to have a right to buy their sugar where they please Feinting Democratic Ticket pen tohsidbnt 5 6R0VER CLEVELAND OK NEW YORK ALLAN G THURMAN OF OHIO FOR Vi VICE PHESIDBNT SHBBIFr J W BALES CONSTABLE PR T B AYRES Mr Samuel Randall o f Penn sylvania is seriously sick Â¬ Louisville a strike and paint the red 16th 18S8 During last week Pittsburgh shipped for about four months and all the militia in the State cont make 11431000 bushels of coal down the Oh weep not for her who from suffering Ohio Of this 5599000 bushels is conand sorrow Geu George Rogers Clark is to them quiet signed to Louisville This large addi- Â¬ Hath fled to the dime of content and liave 25000 monument in tion to the present supply will have nu NO WE DONT SEE Â¬ The loss by the Pennsylvania aud Miss Florence Dudley died of fever West Virginia floods Is estimated at at the home of net uncle James Jones mure than a million dollar Blackstock South Carolina on Satur 14th 1888 aged IB years 200 day July At Alpena Michigan Thursday Â¬ The deceased was a daughter of Mrs houses was burned and a thousand SUe Dudley of Richmond iittd went people made homeless to live with Her HUnt Mrs Jones A painful affectlotl of the bead drove formerly Miss Pattie Gllbeft of this Josiah Wilder a prominent business county On Friday Mrs Dudley fe man of Cincinnati to suicide celved telegraphic uotlce of the serious Virginia Midland illness of her daughter and left Satur A train on the Â¬ went through a bridge 48 feet high day morning to see her During that Thursday killing seven persons aud day another telegram came announc ing the death The remains will not wounding twenty live be brought home at once The will of the late Rev Louts lllW THE MINERS ARE PROTECTED William Shearer died at bis home Neyron the aged priest who accom- Â¬ at Kirksville iu Madison coun- Â¬ panied Napoleon to Moscow as a chap The high tariff advocates tell us probate in the Clerks ty Kentucky on Thursday July 12 protects the Iain wed filed for that the tariff on iron Deceased was Office at New Albany Indiana Fri Â¬ 1888 aged 64 years iron interests of this country and day a native of and had always lived that were it not for the tariff the in Madison county He bad been Harry Coleman alias Smart and three times married his first wife a mines would all close and our supply ot iron would come from bis wife suspected of the murder of Chenault of Madison county his sec- abroad and all the iron workers Meisner Green and Bell Wnrdi whose ond wife a Reed of Garrard county floating In the Ohio his third a Horiue whom be leaves would be thrown out of employ- Â¬ bodies weie found a few days since surrendered them- Â¬ He was a brother of James Shearer ment to of Kirksville and of R H and Law Who are the iron workers They selves the police Thursday Lucky Baldwins famous colt Em- Â¬ son Bhearer deceased The remains are Hungarians and Norwegians were buried in the Richmond cemetery and the devil knows who else peror of Norfolk the greatest on the American turf went on Friday and they have come here and run out the natives and taken posses- Â¬ lame in an exercise gallop at Chicago While not broken doVn the colt will sion of the mines T0 THE MEMORY When they go out of training and will not race grow tired of mining they go on Of Mrs Naney A Ballard who died June again this season country -three-year-old roil ASBES80R mE3r mhK ty 3 FOR JAILER to announce JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the 3- action of the Democratic party authorized to announce We are TJMT7H n TAiirKV candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to tunoaction or the uemocrauo pany We are authorized 11 fashions by experienced and thoroughly trained workmen out of the choicest and most fashionable goods Do you want a READY MADE SUIT made especially for our trade by the best houses in the East according to the newest designs and out of reliable and stylish material made -- Elegant Tailor Want toan after the latest and most approved Made Suit order cut and ATtf SAMUEL BIGGERSTAFF a caudi- rw Tnlta iif Mailtcnn pnllntv sub ject to the action of tne Democratic party We are authorized to announce ii ETEAT SUMMER -- 3DO to announce We are authorized 9a TnnutH M wkrrTCIYIj COUntVcandi- sub Into far Tnllprof Miirllson ject to the action of the Democratic made to order or ready made COAT AND VEST OR A FAIR OF JBEAJOJSOME ODD PANTS Do you want something ELEGANT DURABLE ZOTJ WAJTT -- party - announce We are authorized JOHN HILL as a candidate for JailerÂ¬ of Madison county subject to the ac 4- tion of the Democratic party to FURNISHING GENTSmost DELIGHTFUL UNDERWEAR Do you want the anyhow Remaining unclaimed in the Post Ofllce at Richmond Ky weekending July 17 1888 Nelson Pearce Celea Perkins Chas J Black Phelps Luke Bridwell Lena 2 Powell J W Brittain C B a BoykinSidden Si Co Sanders L Chenault Maggie Sweeney Danny Steward Chris Duncan Dempe Francis Mrs Nannie Steward Belle Smith C S Freeman Albert Smith B W Green Caroline Taylor Frank Heard Lee Thompson Sam Higgins Cassie Twomey Mary C Hoch Mrs Jennie Williams Eld Chas Jewell Lusie Johnson Mrs Mary White Miss Young Grant Jones Rev E Lemon Jack M Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 p Money order and registered letter M hours prompt 7 a si to 6 p M J B WILLIS P M Ammer Mary Mrs Asher J M Moore -- LETTERS Do you want anything from a WELL REGULATED Merchant Tailoring Clothing House GOODS DO YOU WANT AN EXQUISI7JE STRAW HAT DO YOU WANT ANY OTHER KIND OP A HAT If you do CALL AND SEE US If you do not call and see us Respectfully You see said a high tariff The electric light plant of New Orleans that cost 100000 was man the other day if the tariff is reduced the laborers of this burned oh Monday country will come in competition Oal R T P Allen of the with the poorest paid labor of all Frankfort Military Institute was the pauper laborof Europe Beldrowned in Florida last Thursday gium has the poorest paid labor in Europe and the laborers of this while boating country will be reduced to an The French demi god Boulan equal with the Belgian laborers That is about like the other ger has been prodded in the neck by a common ordinary everydajr high tariff arguments We want French gentleman who knew to know why the laborers of Engbetter how to use a sword than land right alongside of Belgium are not reduced to an equal with did the famous fellow the Belgians If there is a differThe noted Renick will case was ence in the pay of labor in those coMdnded in Judge Scotts court different countries why should at Winchester Wednesday and there not be a difference between any one of those countries and the wilt sustained this country And is the tariff the sole regula G lousier Mass on Mon Near Does the form of day Addison Gilbert died aged tor of wages Government have nothing to do seventy nine years He leaves Why have we a reabout 500000 of which he be with wages queaths 100000 to a hospital public if it is not to make its 75000 to an old folks1 ltome and people freer and happier and more prosperous Compare the lare gums to otlter charities prosperity of the republic of Rues training stable at Dan France with that of the empire ot ville was burned Tuesday even France Every thing is cheaper Do the people of the ing awl thirty three ltorses were in Europe lost valued 40000 Two em United Stales cry hard times ployes and twenty liorses were now when every thing is cheap burned in a livery stable at Buffa as they did in war times when Wednesday lo At Wichita every thing was high Take these Kansas on WednesJay the street questions under consideration car stables with eighty mules A HOSPITABLE HOST were burned Â¬ Â¬ affect on the market price The local dealers have an organized VTrust which fixes rates and this Is done without regard to stocks on band accord Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Ohio Centennial author ized by act ot the General Assem bly to be held October 19th Â¬ Â¬ A Pleasant Sanday Gathering And Hap Â¬ py Guests OaiBesviite Texas Register ing September and closing will be an exposition complete in all its departments to represent the wonderful progress of Ohio and other States comprising the orig nal North west Territory during the past century 4 th at Columbus open 1SSS Â¬ A coiemporary says The pro test of Reverend Doctor Theodore Cuyler through the Evangelist against the Republican policy of becoming enslaved to the reactionary rule of those who build np the monopolies at the expense o the great mass of the people and his statement that Reverend Doetor Storrs and many other Brooklyn citizens are in open re volt against tlie new and revolting doctrines of the Republican platform show the growing ten dency of the independent thinkers ot the Republican party in the East to cut loose from the rotten hulk that is rapidly drifting to wands the breakers Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NEWSPAPER AT IRVINE tountyNews a 38 cohimn paper The first issue of the Estill edited and published by Mr J J Wieson at Irvine is before us It is good paper and we hope the people will flock to its sup port AGED INFANTS Â¬ The protectionists talk about our infant industries For one long century the iron works of the United States have been in operation yet the3r are classed as in fant industries If our in fan ts of a hundred years cant walk alone theyll never learnso let them go and try some other kind of infant that will learn to walk Â¬ NEW YORK These wlto know say that a hot canvass is promised iti New York between Gov Hill and Warner Miller Tito Republican dailies that support Cleveland will sup port Miller in preference to Hill While Miller and Morton are 1oth -- Â¬ capitalists and representatives of monopoly Hill lias the advantage ot uetng a comparatively poor man Aim 1 rust is to be the Hill battle cry THE BOND VOTE The proposition to bond the 10000 submitted to a vole of the people on last Saturday was defeated by This means a large majority that the 10000 in vouchers against the town will lay around for the next several years finding a purchaser now and then at a large discount It means the cessation of street improvements and the shutting off of street gas at the expiration of the present contract TJie chief argument against the bonds seemed to be that the Council is expending too much money in opening and improving new streets If there is any thing to prohibit the Council in the exorcise of its own judgement we fail to see it notwithstanding the vote towns indebtedness of Â¬ Â¬ About a fortnight ago Maj A C Irvine of this city announced to n number of his friends that on the first Sunday in June he would expect thetn to make him a visit at bis ranch about fifteen mie3 West of Gaines- Â¬ ville Accordingly when the day rolled around tne carriages tiiat had been previously engaged rolled up to the dour of the several parties and before the sun rose in the Eastern sky all were on their way over the beautiful prairies Every one felt the exhilarating effect of the fresh morning breeze pleasant conversation and gay jeit aided by happy surroundings and happier anticipations of what was to oooie contributed to make time pas9 unheeded away so that almost before they were conscious of the distance traveled the end of the Journey was was readied and all hands alighted to enjoy a cordial greeting and a whole hearted welcome to the freedom of a Texas ranch and the general hospital Â¬ ity of a Kentucky gentlemau of the old seltool Maj Irvine had left nothing undone to insure a delightful visit for every guest the fatted calf hung over the roasting pit aud whs soon spread upon the table in true barbecue atyle with solid accompaniment aud many others wbieh rank with the delicacies on such occasions Rich country but ter with fresh milk on ice cparkliug German wines and Kentucky uectar were sandwiched between steaming vetsels of hot coffee and when the in come gentlemen vitation was ex Â¬ tended about thirty ot the best looRing and best pleased citizens of Cooke county took their places around the board and if ever a cook and a host were complimented It was done then and there Shortly after dinner the clouds gathered and a hard raiu drove the separate groups that had loitered about the lawn or lolled lazily in the long grass into the house tor protection After the company had been thus condensed as it was for a short time a mass convention wan organized and a series of resolutions adopted that would be Interesting to our readers but lack of space forbids their publi- Â¬ cation One of these however ex expreted the appreciation of the guests fur their geuerous and hospitable en Â¬ tertainment and declared that old Kentucky might eend all such men as ilalor Irvine to Cooke county and could not spare too many for our good Louis Dryfoos who superintended the preparation of the feast was also deservedly thanked for his share in the pleasures of the day and he was unanimously voted to be a success on such occasions The personal of the company will be better appreciated by giving the names Gainesvilles con Â¬ tingent were J L Harris Yancey Lewis Johu P Hird John Stone Louis Dryfoos Pat Ware Henry Hol nian Lum Johnson Geo Wommack Polk Spears E C Peery Johu Fletch- Â¬ er DIok Itullius Billy Nichols J H Sills of the Register and two colored gentlemen one of whom assisted tit the table and the other with guitar and harmonica furnished music suitable to the day and the occasion The above were met by the following gentlemen Johu Har from the neighborhood Fox J H rison Al WatkinsJ Sowder A A House Warren Stewart Eli Buchauan Lou Jephart E R Moscley and Dr Harper ot Rosstou No one of the party will ever forget the pJentant meeting and it is sate to say will always remember with kind Â¬ ness the acquaintance formed there IfUob meetings were more frequent our people would know and love each other better aud make bettor neighbors aud citizens Â¬ Â¬ Dr Bob Morris the Poet Laureate Then Why should we mourn oer the of Free Masonry the author of more dead or the dying than one hundred volumes of Masonic Who meekly have bowd to the chas Â¬ and miscellaneous works Past Grand tening rod Master of Masons suffered two strokes from gloom to the gardens of glory of paralysis yesterday morning at Who are flying Lagrange His condition Is very crit- Â¬ From sorrow to bliss in the city of God ical but his physicians and friends On earth when our dearly loved friends are hopeful Courier Journal 13th are aspiring Much sorrow is expressed at the To pleasures and comforts that life death In Washington of Dr A Y P may bestow Garnett Surgeon General of the We rejoice and as cheerfully aid in ac- Â¬ Southern Confederacy who was the quiring ablest and most learned physician of We are pleased at their pleasures and the Capitol A mall of pure charac- Â¬ weep for their woe ter and generous feeling he was universally beloved It is said of Dr Then weep not that she for the raptures of Heaven Garnett that be has at all times refused Hath fled to the climes of content and to accept any fee for professional ser- Â¬ accord vices extended to Confederate soldiers and his kindness to the poor will long Mourn not that to her the white garment is given be remembered For blessed are they who have died in Col H T Noel who has been mak Â¬ the Lord ing several trips to the mountains prospecting for investments for his Rejoice that with angels afflictions can never joint stock company that be Is getting Confine her again to a slumberless bed up to the has also presented people the advantages of Garrard coun And that she shall dwell with the Savior forever ty and has succeeded in making a When the last peal of thunder shall number of sales of Garrard county waken the dead farms He sold last week the farm belonging to the L V Phillips estate Oh thou friend of my heart I fain fain near Lexington pike toJno F Mar would I sorrow see of Belle county for 4200 cash And mingle my tears with their own and also sold 200 acres of Mrs Pattie in accord Gilts farm without improvements to If death could no light from eternity John Mealer of the same company for borrow 10000 cash He has several sales But blessed are they who have died in that will probably be consummated S the Lord and reported in our next issue Mr Noel is a good lawyer and any Tobacco Market one can safely entrust buoiness in his Louisville Durrett Louisville Tobacco charge He is also a reliable gentle Â¬ By Glover Ware Houke man whom we all know Lancaster Sales on our market for the week News just closed amount to 1757 hbds with receipts or 145 ubds for the same on our CONCERNING FARMERS period Sales amount tomarket since 41672 hbds January 1st Hie Bales of Burley have been some W A Jones Rusbville Ind has what larger tuts weeK than they were sold the pacer Raven Boy black geld Â¬ lost and while prices are not quotnbly ing record 2171 by Pocahontus Boy higher yet the market was animated dam Tiney Wilson to Chicago parties and closed firm Our crop reports con Â¬ tinue favorable for 53000 The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ Messrs L fc G Straus Lexington resent our market for Burley tobacco Trash not colory and Ky have soIJ to L U Shippe Stock- Â¬ aged by freezing 800 to tobacco dam- Â¬ 850 ton Cal the brown mare The Teal Colory Trash 860 to 1400 4 years old by Hindoo dam Mundane Common Lugs uot colory 900 to by Lexington witii her suckling colt 1400 Colory Lugs 1400 to 1700 by Leonatus for 1500 Common Leaf 1400 to 1700 Medium to good leaf 1700 to 2300 23 00 to RELIGIOUS Select or wrappery leaf 2650 Rev Preston Blake of the Baptist church is holding a protracted meeting Local Produce Markets at Hustonvilie iu connection with WEEKLY BY COVINGTON CORRECTED Rev R R Noel GROCERS ARNOLD BRO MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY A protracted meeting will begin with the Republican Baptist church Richmond Ky July 17 18SS the secoud Sunday iu August Rev Beef Cattle Butcher- Preston Blake pastor Hogs 45C Sugar Cured Hams I35C Rev A F Williams of the Baptist Bacon Hams Country church will preach at Bethel church Cured near Kingston on Sunday next at 11 Butter I 50 1 752 00 oclock and at Kingston school house Chickens IOC Egg at 4 oclock Sunday afternoon 85c Wheat 25 Rev Mr Preston of Virginiapreach Flour Corn per barrel 3 50 ed at the Presbyterian church Sunday Hay per 100 lbs 40soc and left for home yesterday He de-Â¬ OaUin theaf per 100 Xbs 40250 lighted his audience He has uot de- Â¬ Lard Tallow 34C cided upon the call to this church Beeswax I520C 20 At a colored camp meeting at Feathers 75Ssc Charles town Indiana last Sundaythere Oats per bushel was a procession representing the chil- Â¬ Orchard Grass 1 - 25 dren of Isreal crossing the Red Sea German Millet 2 3JC2 50 Z oo3 25 They hadnt much water aud no Pha Â¬ Timothy Seed - t 00 Clover Seed raoh Oats in sheaf 65075 Rev J W Hughes of Carlisle is Choice blue grass seed 75i5 conducting a series of meetings with Red top seed 1 Sweet Potatoes 25 the pastor Rev Edward Mann at the Irish PotatoesI 2ta2 OO Southern Methodist Church in this place The services began Tuesday the 10th insl and will continue for a LIVE STOCK HABZ2T BEPOET By LOPER DATEU 4 CO number of days yet Irvine News LItb Stock Commission Merchants nt Clocln The Sunday School Convention of nail Union Stock Ynnls aud Corlngton Stock Yards the Tates Creek Association will meet witii the Baptist church iu Richmond Cincinnati Ohio July i6 1888 July 2Sth and 29th The Convention SHIPPING CATTLE Sermon will be preached by Rev J 5 Go 5 85 W Warden D D of Louisville All Good toto Extra Good Fair 5 25 5 50 the churches of the Association are Common and Rough 3 75 4 40 requested to send delegates Let there Good to Extra Oxen 5 00 4 50 be a full representation 3 oo 4 25 Convention Fair to Good Oxen 2 to Common and Rough 2 75 called to order promptly at 10 a m BUTCHER CATTLE Saturday 2Slh Good to Extra 4 60 4 75 Fair to Good 4 25 4 50 Deafness Cant Be Cnred Extra Fat Steers 4 25 4 50 By local applications as they can not Fair to Good Steers 3 75a 4 25 Good to Extra Cows 3 50 3 75 reach the diseased portion of the ear Fair to Good Cows 3 oo 3 25 There is only one way to cure deafness Common Cows 2 oo 2 75 and that is by constitutional remedies Rough Cows and Oxen I oc 1 75 Deafness is caused by au inflamed BULLS condition of the mucus lining of the Best Shipping 3 oo 3 25 Eustachian Tube When the tube Best Bologna 2 o 2 75 2 40 2 00 gets inflamed you have a rumbling Fair Bologna sound or imperfect hearing and when Fair to Good Feeders 1 75 Common and Thin 1 25 it is entirely closed deafness is the FEEDERS AND STOCKERS result and unless the Information can Good Extra Steers 4 po 4 40 be taken out and this tube restored to Fair to Good Steers 3 50 3 75 Its normal condition hearing will be Good to Extra Heifers 3 oo 3 50 destroyed forever Nine cases out of Common and Thin Stockers 2 25 3 75 COWS AND CALVES ten are caueed from catarrh which Is nothing but an inflamed condition of Best Grades f 35 oojo 00 Fair to Good 30 00 30 00 the mucus surfaces Common 10 ool8 00 We will give One Hundred Dollars Best Veal Calves 4 75 5 00 for any case of Deafness caused by Fair to Good 4 00 4 50 3 00 3 J5 Catarrh that we can uot cure by tak Â¬ Common and Heavy SPRING LAMBS ing Halls Catarrh Cure Extra- 6 6o0 6 75 F J CHENEY CO Toledo O Common to Good 4 50 5 00 SSTSold by J J Brooks 75 cents HOGS Whose spirit in Heaven new brillianct shall borrow For blessed are they who have died in the Lord COVINGTON MITCHELL AT EVERT DAT A BARGAIN DAY -- PUBLIC SALE On Saturday Aug 4 SS LARGEST STOCK H OF J Stags Louisville Store as Administrator of Mrs E J Short ridge deed I will sell to the highest bidder her late situated ou Mnin Street Richmond Kv opposite Foxs Livery Stable The house Is a two story Irame In perfect repair Inside nnd out aud con Â¬ tains seven rooms The lot runs through to Water Street Good cistern stable Ac RESIDENCE CLOTHING Hats and Furnishing Goods Last month we promised you to make the month serve as August hy giving you prices that are usually made in August We will now do better by making every day a TERMS One third cash balauce In equal payments one and two years with six per cent interest with lien reserved for deferred payments Any one wishing to purchase is in- Â¬ vited to call and examine the premises Sale at 3 oclock P M 57 A D FLORA Admr CEHTRAL--UHlVEBSITY We can not give you a in Eiclimond AND house and lot or a gold watch and chain with every Suit or Hat as we dont ask WILL THE NEXT you that extra profit but guarantee to CUT PEICES ALL TO PIECES Sept 12 88 give you more and better We have more goods than we want they Tho Pbepabatoby Department is must move and to make them move we under the supervision of the Faculty and no pains will be spared to make be astonishing this Clothing Hats Furnishing Goods will make prices that willfirst served first Dont delay first come Madison County School come get the pick of whatever is in our all that can be desired Our aim Is to prepare boys for College and at the mammoth stock time give a thorough practical education to those who can not take the than you ever got before for sanre money ular course Special attention will be given to Writing Composition Book Owing to backward spring we have conKeeping and Civil Engineering Attention is called to the following cluded to communication from one of our trons a prominent citizen of the of any description that the prices are away munity Mr Burnani states clearly -- BARGAIN DAY SESSION OPEN I Â¬ reg- Â¬ Â¬ pa- Â¬ com- Â¬ Dry Goods down 253 Iii2c 5i6c the method pursued and the character of work done in this department of the University Richmond Ky June iSth 1SS8 Dk L II BLANTON Chancellor of Central University My Dear Doctor Last fall I started my oldest son then in his twelfth year with some misgivings as to the wis dom of the step to the lreparatory Uepart ment of your college and during the second year which has just closed my special and critical attention has been con- Â¬ stantly directed to the conduct of that de- Â¬ partment and I wish to bear voluntary testimony that he has received careful patient and thorough instructions from those in charge and has made gratifying progress not alone in the studies pursued but also in mental training and capacity for application The system pursued in the department is one that trains the pupil to think reason logtcilly and remember Observation has impressed me with the conviction that few persons or even professional in- Â¬ structors have the aptitude to impress these educational characteristics upon the minds ot young boys You have been fortunate in securing instructors for this department who are gifted in this respect and I earnestly hope that their services may be secured premanently to the young boys of this community and that the high grade ofproficiency that now obtains in this department may continue I am very truly yours A R BURN AM 11x7 For further information and Catalogue apply to 5- - f CUT DOWN OUR STOCK which is larger thau ever and in order to description that the prices are away down do so we will almost sell them at HI nth incp OJJXLLjg Dont foret if want Clothing of any 5TU Your Own Price -- if you want Boots and Shoes of any description that the prices are away down Boots and Shoes Ha 4- - j Â¬ COME AND SEE THE LARGEST S FINEST NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES the oldest Clothing House in Richmond ever named for same quality of goods at prices are away down 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 Mammoth Lonisvillg Store Dont forget if you want Hats of any description that the I H BLANTON Chancellob ooi J may2 tf B ST0UPF1E Fiksx Stbeet KENTUCKY CEFHtAL R R -- BLUE GRASS XtOTJTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Poiats North West and Southwest Cist PUBLIC SALE odf pbe-- Fast Line Between Lexington and SOUTH BOUND Lve Covington live Falmouth Lve Uyntblana Arr Purls Ait Lezlngton No 2 Ex Hun Cincinnati No SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 20th 1SSS Itolly No i - Kn R ExJSnn NOKTII BOUND No 3 I No5 Most Elegant Regideno Cinciniiati Tho Topular Xno fcctwoen xaeoj a Whites Drug Store near Garnett House Butcher Sanns Specific will cure Rheuma Select Good Packers Fair to tism or money refunded Price 75c at Good to Extra Lights Second street 5- o - Light Pigs Roughs and Scalawags 5 oo 5 50 5 75 5 40 3 75 Arr Richmond Arr Lancaster cio pm ocoo pm Jt5aml Arr Stanford r 3s am 350pm Jvo Richmond 3335 pm LAFAYETTE end K5 --Arr Berea 320 pm P 9C06 am 4 Oflernt Public Bale without reserve the beautiful home formerly occupied by Arr LiTlnsstou P 545 MC03 am P Messrs R T and J E Auderson Thh property is situated on East Third ami 6 1135 lit EstlM Tnlai tn TnCClCH Without Oup fronting about 330 Street just outidde the clly limits In Linden Addition Slftepiair Cora and Elegant Jla feet on Third Street and 450 feet on Clay Avenue about three and one half Pullman MAYSVILLE BRANCH dining- Chair Cora on Nisht Trnlri The Improvements consist of an elegant two and one half etory oU Magnificent Faxlnr Cnxs on Day Trains acres in area brick house No 10 No 12 No modern built with stone trimmings and observatory containing Daily SOUTH BOUND Dally Dally Dally NORTH BOUND ten large rooms and two halls all in first class repair The house was built by KCJRQJXS Ex ban Ex Sun BxSun ErrwxEM the Messrs A for their own use at a cost of over seventeen thousand dollars The other Improvements cousist of stable carriage and ice house The grounds Lve Mnyvllle ZOO 6uam 105 pm Lve Covlngtpn Lou is are beautifully set wilb large shade and ornamental trees and shrubbery The and Johnson 635 am 140 pm Lexington 735 am YU the CL St L C EsUitjj Ely Foar Carlisle 830 am 530 V Passenger and Belt Railway when bulk will pass through Clay Avenue and 739 am 234 pm ana TiniUIia line 5 47 P Mlltersbnre 857 7M am 158 pm Arr Mlllersbure- will establish the suburban station Linden within two hundred feet of the Arr Parls Pullman Ttatfrt Sleeping Car Pbllmnn BecHnlnc one am JiJP Carlisle- gi am 0 PB ChIr Cars Kerr Plrat Clu Coarhe Second house This beyond any doubt is the most elegant and desirable property Lexington am am oc 10 pm 915 mc5 Johnson Out Coaches and Bacgape Cars all ran through ever offered at public sale in Lexington The house and grounds can be in- Â¬ Covington IOCJOH T4 P aiayavlllo ntjj a m fieco pm without change between l incinnaU anil St Louii spected at any time by calling on the undersigned This property will be sold No 32 leaves Covington at 830 a m ar Â¬ this train runs through to Richmond Kj i -- Elegant Reclining Chzlr Cars without reserve for oue thlrd cash balance in one and two years with interest rives Falmouth 1030 a nx Sunday others are dally except Sunday Brrmrsw Immediate possession given only 111 Cincinnati and Direct conaeoUoa is made atWlnchestJ TIA Till CO No 31 leaves Falmouth at 430 p m ar Â¬ with Chesapeake aadOMo for Mt W T I fit L C AshlnutT Hunrfncton Charleston d I It A TT Sbort TtnA rives Covington 630 p m Sunday and Eastern Cities LOUIS STRAUS President J E KELLER Vice President Commodious Rocllnlng Chair Cars only 56 FAST LINK Nos 3 and 4 run via Wn BITWI No 15 leaves Lexington 715 p m ar Â¬ chcsterSolld Trains vrKh Pnllmau SleepW Cars between OneiaaaU ami niohraona v rives Paris 755 p m and Winchester and Washington D Via SHELDON No 8 leaves Covington 530 p m ar Â¬ T II TUs C I St L 4 T as T V Throueh Tickets ami Baggage Checked rives Falmouth 720 p in any destination reaehed by a railroad At CMesRO St louls n Tcorla cloe and lri No 7 leaves Falmouth 550 a m arrives For lull particulars address or call on an jnfdlate connections are mdn vlth all Liar to AN ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS SHELBYVULE KY Covington a tn agent of the Company or and rrora the Horthwrtt Vitt ana SotlyM fojtb Daily Except Sunday In the South Employs ouly graduates of best The Utttti ml S F B MORSK E H BACON Agt 6 00 Itrai obtained at any CbkU U ill rriutifjl St U Eastern oldest school for women Wellesly Trav PassY Uen PasaT AgL Colleges Prepares for be Ticket Office C I Our pupils received at Welleslyon Notk No 3 Daily between Richmond Lexington M85 Ian C Ry alto via thU llro a t all Coupon Titkt Covington Ky 5 Certificates Course of study full and strong All mere show and pretense dis- Â¬ Lexington and Covington Offices thronghoot the coontry 85 FBCARBAt 5 nKHUNTiNaTON f carded Prices not low but reasonable WehBaoaO J No Daily between Covington Lex Â¬ Deal Menager 5 65 JOHN EGArlCtnlFiiirmtAstt 27 WTPOYNTER ington 4 nd Winchester On Saturdays GdRfiral Offices CaYtegtos Ky cxcrcxmrATia 4 00 Iu Central Kentucky The Lexington Improvement Co will on Pari- slve Winchester Ait Indianapolis Tuesday July SIst at 12 830 am 835 am 938 ixq5 am 1034 ZSI40 am 1030 1230 pm icy 55 1150 am 1x315 pm 1135 300 pm o clock CHIOAG SOIilD St O pm rxo pm Lve IJvtngton 8soo am pm 33 pm 1005 pm 430 pm Arr Richmond US pm 510 pm Lve HtautorU pm 6ilo pm Lve Lancaster 810 pm 530 pm Arr Richmond- - ZS300 pm 605 pm Lve Richmond K30 P 710 pm Arr Winchester aas iS pm Arr Pans PS pm 840 pm Lve Lexington 3Soo pm pm life ram Lve Onthlana 46 P Lve Falmouth 431 iH p Arr Covington 545 fcjo 650 740 5S a am am am Ex-Bo- Cincinnati V rra 7-0 Peoria LEXINGTON IMPROVEMENT f SCIBHOB HILL m 1 C- Egi 70 - -- - StL tii - 3t- - w --- i J - y - 3loijs3s5r V s E--- THE CLIMAX n men and 10 s decide what school they ahtIl attend ii0 Ani school year For those in Madison Cut toiie for the new holel U ar- - county the decision ought not to bo rivinR difficult Central University t 1 Marriage lleentts Jiraca II Eades your mid it It is a good school You cannot tiud better In the Stale It is Ida E Land your home school It is as moderate Twenty seven oolored teaolicrs tfere Hi expenses as any other good ecltboh examined 011 Friday Itls convenient Theu wily hot pat JDonU go away to school The brkK work on the Forniau man Â¬ roulleit tod Xlont Way at home because yon sion l nearlng complellon MmM 4l are tinable fo go away but go to fcen The Misses Buckley baVe btillt a iral University nice residence ou Main street Dear the Flash tme depot Said a farmer one day last week I Bee call of Harris Derriooratfa Club never saw more piping times than Meeting to morrow now issue In this Just think of It lambs at 5 to nl3irt 61 cents- - hogs 5 to 6 cents cattle at A freight car jumped the track and 5 to 5i cents com at S3 ta 3 50 wheat stock plentiful without rotted into Round done Creek Saturday at 75 cents disease horses and mules higher than rniDg mi for two or three years the crops un- Â¬ Ki Gel your stock ready for the Rlch usually good the springs creeks and inhi Fi5r it is coming apace and ponds full of water and the grass grow Â¬ ifctVgnear ing like spring lime and money plen- Â¬ tiful what more could we ask That fine property known as the This Is indeed a bright picture and a will be sold publiclyat Anderson place true one The country Is in better con See ad Lexington dition generally than It has beeu for ii Te colored teachers of Madison years Let us thank the Lord and county are the best in the State This holler for Cleveland and Thurmain m t is owing to Ilerea oellpge Sunday School Convention A gicntlc picnic was held near Following is the programme of SundayThe Irvine -school Kogersville yesterday convention of Tates Creek Rifles attetiJed in full uniform Association to be held with the Rich Â¬ The pretty residence on Main street mond Baptist church on Sattirduy and the second Presbyterian Sunday July 28th and 20th beginning opposite at 10 oclock A 31 Devotional Exer Â¬ cburrli will be sold August 4th cises Reporls from Sunday schools A choice piece of real estate will be Permanent Organization Address of J in Lexiugloa at an early day See Welcome J F Williams Response advertisement elsewhere in this Issue to Address of Welcome P Blake Condition of Needs of Sunday school Squire B C Hackett near Foxtown Work in Tates Creek Association R two acres of wheat cut and threshed R Noel P Blake J E Cosby The that yielded ninety bushels Can you Place of Missions in the Sunday school beat it UhPNEsDAY JULY 18 yug It i about that lime of year when Where will yon 50 to School PERSONAL Dr II Springs W RUTHT0N Jhrough townjresterday on his way hpme He has been to Frankfort on business 1 Mr TnylopBogle is very low iwltli Drummers have about played out In heart tlfnpvy but Is supposed to be a thfc country Dont know where they little belter have gone guess to a warmer clfmatet Mr B F Walker of Atlanta is at his Dr Darls has bought Dr Roberts old home again This section has been visited by several plabe ou Silver Creek Price paid Dh John Barbour is tUtamerihg at 5000 He will nd doilUt get a good sldfms in llie ldsl fttv daj s doing Constd fcrablfc damage Id fetibiHg ahil grtlwiilg Rockcatle Springs Bright it at Blue Lick llrhHiffie - Mrt ft 6 Slobklfin it vUUing he mother In Woodford county ErBps ii 1 Miss Frances HeathrKau has taken Cilrlis Richardson shipped to Cincincharge of school In district No 4 with nati stock market Ihis week 500 sheep Dr L G Barbour and wife left on last a first class certificate on her first ex Â¬ 100 head of cattle and several head of hogs Wednesday for Lake Chautauqua amination He says the market is fair at present We have had a glorious rain and Mr and Miss Htnkle of Tennessee are A young lady accompanied by her corn is looking very well Wheat that TiJiting at Hon A T Chenaults mamma came in town last evening to do Â¬ has beeu threshed has turned out exJudge A E Richards and wife were tremely well Clay ton Sanders thresh- Â¬ some shopping saw on Main street one of our prettiest dudes and exclaimed oh here oh Thursday en route to the Springs ed 81 shocks and made 73 bushels mamma buy that for me I wont break it Mrs C K Marshall of Maryland is EDENT0N Mr C M Gum of Blue Bank a suc- Â¬ visiting her daughter Mrs J S Collins cessful young merchant is soon to be mar Mrs Lula Davis of Campbellsville is Heavy rains and high waters ried to one of our most beautiful young visiting her parents Mr and Mrs S Par Many preparations arc made for Buck Hubbard had 28 chickens killed ladies rish the long looked for wedding They will by old rennard the other night go East Prof C A Leonard and family of W J Warren has started his new Cynjhiana are visiting Prof and and Mr J D Winn after several days of severe threshing machine and the wheat is Wm Wiilson illness managed to get out into the sun turning out immensely well shiie and much to his surprise he found Mr W R Cumelison and wife of The tie rait that struck the Wild Horse Wichita Kansas who were visiting rela he was sd tliih he would not make a btoWe loose ahd went adrift wilh the bar shadow so he has been hireing a shadow lives here have gone home tide About 400 worth of ties to follow him to the blackberry field where Caph and Mrs Archibald Goodloe1 Blackberry trade is good John Burton he manages to get on the outside of a gal Â¬ Uhited States Army are visiting at Dr and Elisha Warren took off a load and lon or two of the wholesome fruit and C C Smiths this county returned with forty cents profit each then he indulges in a pleasant snooze for Mr David Chenault of Kansas is visit- Â¬ A cloud burst on Kneedmore Branch the evening ing relatives and friends in Richmond in Jessamine touhtyi the other day Bodily healtli and vigor may he and Madison county washed off Alex Shorts kitchen and Dan maintained as easily in tile heat of Dr Reamy or Cincinnati is in Rich- Â¬ Reeds dwelling house It swept Reeds summer as in the winter months if mond Mr C D Chenault entertained house and contents into the river and the blood is purified and vitalized witli the physicians last evening to meet him left him not where to lay his head- Ayers Sarsaparllhi Every person who has used this remedy has teen Mr Silas Cobb attorney at law KIRKSVILLE greatly benefitted Take it thN mouth Omaha Nebraska is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Harvey Cobb at Red It Mr Dave Willis continues ill House Â¬ Among the Northern Lakes of Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa Mis- Â¬ souri and Dakota nre hundreds of de-Â¬ lightful places where one can pass the summer months in quiet rest and en Â¬ joyment and return home at the end of the heated term completely rejuveii nletl Each recurring season brings o OconorJiawddj Waukeshnj Beaver biiriij Frbhtendc UkUUoJi Hotel St Louis Lake Mlnnetouka white Bear Excelsior Springs and innumerable other cnarming localities with ro- Â¬ mantic names thousands of our best people whose winter homes are on either side of Mason and DlxotiVline Elegance and comfort at a moderate cost can be readily obtained A list of summer homes with all necessary In- Â¬ formation pertaining thereto is being distributed by the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway and will be sent free upon application by letter to A V Carpenter H General Passenger Agent Milwaukee Wis may2 2m Removal FINE BLUE GRASS FARM 1 NINTH EXHIBITION OP THE FOR SAXi2 In Sight OF Kirksvilio Stoek Fair Assn To be freM FOUND AT THE Richmond Kirksville in Burnam wood Madktfn County Ky near on Having Decided to go West I offer fof Bale Privately My Farm Friday and Saturday July -- asi Grocer OF MSB M Wilt 545 Acres Lying in less than Hifee tjndrters of a mile of the City Limits and in sight of the Male and Female Colleges Alsoin plain view of the city cIock Said land has upon it Best Best Best Best 27 and m 28 1888 5 oo FIRST DAY home made cheese bafcftd A First Class Residence Maj W W Watts has let the con Â¬ tract for the woodwork of the interior of his palace on Lancaster Avenue Tbe price is SSOO the 7th when Mr H F Eiibry shipped 10 cars of cattle few s pnients have beea made Wagers Vitoiibby have shipped G cars sheep Since Hfr Chenault Dunn have sold It Gentry Bros six mules at 825 Mr ld individually a pair of mules Dunn for 350 and Mr Cbenault individually a pair for 3W A correspondent writes McCarty was killed by a freight train near High Bridge We do not know that he was from this cnunly hut the letter indicates it that Mareellna Hackett a slick citizen dine in eliony attempted to tap the till at Tnl bles Friday night but was headed oil and Saturday sent to jail for CO days at hard labor - Rbt The Climax M Fer Sale W T King will sell privately at any time before Septemlier 8tb or publicly on that day his farm of OS acres near Foxtown and all his stock crop and farming implements Also his store Â¬ house Hi goods are selling at cost What Did It Squire Hacketts wheal that averag Â¬ es 45 buMitki pT aore was cut by an a steel Deeriugsohl by P M Pope threshed with a machine sohl by J iii G Taylor The ground was used f r half a century by the late Waller Cienault for his horses and was never in wheat all that time al Nipped Pat Cunningham the snako auiiihi htor waR robbed of 17 one night last week The robber entered the room while Pat was asleep and took the money from a table Pat prays but doPMit watch The door was open aiI tbe explorer had only to walk in auJ help himself Hereafter the door wil be found doted at the Cunnlng I in ranch and the latch string pulled through on the Inside Heal Estate Transfer Hsmuel Barnes to Maggie Casey acres 20 George Samuels to R Riad 1 acre S209 6 L Turnpike 34 acres D Parrfeu to Z 13 F Elkin whole system The members of the Harris Demo- and Neuralgic and banishes all Rheumatic pains We guarantee it Niagara Falls Quebec and the White The crops are good and prices of cratic Club will please be present at a W U White Prescription Druggist Mountains stock high therefore everybody is meeting to be held at the Court house C E Nash L P Johnston Eastern Thursday night July 19th for the Mrs Judge Ewing and Mrs Dr Cat happy I AM AGENT Kentucky as a Mission Field J W Iett of Bath county Mrs Turney FOR THE William Shearer a well known citi- transaction of important buslne of fm Patent vnmuTRT via Warder J P Powers Churches by Bourbon and Mrs Poyntz of Missouri zen died on Thursday July Ail Democrats nre also Invited to BQ- - TRUSS gj EASIEST 12th after their Organic Law Missionary Socie- Â¬ visited at Dr PoyUs last week WEARING a lingering illness aged about 64 years atteud By order of the President ties Rev J N Bowling A JTribble John W Chooke Jit TRUSS on Eartli Mrs N G Todd returned on WednesMr and Mrs E G Muth of AlaElements ofa Successful Sunday school Secretary Call and see it day last from Bluffton Georgia where she bama are visiting her parents Mr and Teacher J Speed Smith J F Stone Specific will cure RheumaW G White Sanns Relation of the Church to the Sunday spent the winter and was accompanied Mrs B F Tevis Miss Anule Carey Prescription Druggist Mr and of Booueville Mo is visiting her rela- tism or money refunded Price 75c at 2d school J G Pond M Riggs S C by her daughter and mar2Stf St near Garnett House Mrs W T Greene tives Mrs C C Chrisman and Mr B Whites Drug Store Second street Mitchell Missionary Sermon Sunday near Garnett House Morning J W Warder Sermon Sun W H Keliey will build you a good Mr C E Woods of the Richmond F Tevis day Night C E Nash Everybody Register is spending a few days at the Everybody Is getting ready for tbe The Iryine News reports the deaths house cheaper than any man in town mar7 tf invited to atteud Springs With Mr Woods kind assist Kirksville Fair President Waller John P Scrivner James A Scrlvner ance we are able to get out the first issue Bennett and Secretary Walker are and Silas Scrivener AKansas City firm Special rates for Ice Cream for pic of the News our printer having jumped using their best energies to make the 8 DlNELLI From the Kansas City Times we after working three days Irvine News Fair a success Kirksville never does swampy land or stagnant nics and other parlies Whether 52- learn that the live stock commission pool or from the deadly gases of city Miss Sallie Cobb of Richmond who things by halves except in eating firm of Custer Norris Co includes sewers malarial poisons are tbe same Of tho good things of this made so many admirers in the character water mellous and a first class high Mr W S Norri formerly of this Ayers Ague Cure taken accordiug WVWWA Hfe are sorrowfully let at this place a toned Fafr may be expected place and Mr Algin S Hisle of of Fatima in BiuebeariJ is a warranted specific alone on account of Dyspepsia Ackers to direction Waco this county The firm appears few weeks ago by her cute smiles and for malarial disorders It Dyspepsia Tablets will care Dyspepsia a COLLEGE HILL Indigestion and Constipation sold on to be doing a good busiuess We quote winsome ways is visiting her school mate positive guarantee at 25 and CO cents by Posts and Plank Miss Jennie Anderton Lancaster News from the Times as follows Tuesdays W G White Prescription Druggist Abertha Griggs is visiting friends at Forniau Chenault Co have for receipts were excessive and largely Mr W E Cabell formerly a student Tulip Bale n supply of cedar posts and fencing Ue comjtosed of rauge cattle though at the University here writes us that he 5-Recent rains brought a fifteen foot rise plank there were a good many natives and is at Greensburg in Adair county and I am prepared to deliver ice to any some choice ones Under the heavy that he would be glad to have everybody in the river last week If given in time your chickens will part of the city regularly or on short run and lower prices at Chicago prices here attend the Adair county Fair at The trustees of this district awarded A never have gapes or cholera We notice Will make contracts for supply ou all giades were lower natives being Columbia August 21st to 34th P Wilson the school this fall mean Gamers magic chicken cholera ing families offices business houses shops fairly active and quoted 10c to 20c and other places Orders left a Dykess Miss Fannie Maupin of Richmond Wallace Owen attended the Chautauqua cure Sold rocure no pay by Stock under Monday the choice animals is on Second streeet will receive Willis isiting Miss It grocery attention Wallace exercises at Lexington and has returned ton Jennie suffering least The range cattle were prompt Miss Florence Barker and brother of home feeling twas good to be dar quoted 15c to 25c lower than the pre1 Mrs W F MuIIIgau near Williams aprn tf J E Dykes are visiting friends in Crookesville E O Grinstead died at hit home near town Ky severed both hands with an ceeding day The local houses and Irvine Madison county this week Mrs Burton If you want a nice buggy phcclon Waco Friday roth inst of typhoid pneushippers both were buying but the ax She bad taken the x in her right of Kirksville are visiting carriage or barouche monia His remains were brought here hand and cut off three fingers of the rockaway range cattle were in excess of the de and daughter Mrs Burtons daughter Mrs R W coupe go to John Donelson apr4 t and interred left hand and took the ax iu the lacer- Â¬ mand and some remained unsold Smith Jr Irvine News ated baud and cut oil all the fingers of There was au active demaud for cows None hut the purest cream used in Eliza daughter of Aaron Douthit col A Lexington special to the Courier died Tuesday 10th inst of consumption the right hand The only cause she the famous Ice Cream Soda Water at but they were also in large supply and Journal describing the Chautauqua exer Out of Uncle Aarons family of fifteen assigns for the rash act is that she felt 8 DinelHs were about 10c lower 52- In the even- children only two survive compelled to do it Tbe inquiry for stockers and feeders ercises of Monday says Donelson will make you as good a was good the better animals selling ing the musical prelude was more than It shows a most iameutable ignor- Â¬ buggy or carriage as enn he bought At a meeting at this place Tuesday loth very little lower than Monday Cus- Â¬ usually enjoyable with a solo by Miss unaware of any where in America apr4 tf ter Norris Co got the top price of Bettie Arnold of Richmond who possess- Â¬ the directors of the Waco College Hill ance wheu Keutukians are own educational resources the day 567 for a large bunch of es not only a very sweet but also a very and Kentucky River Turnpike Co agreed theirwe think it very improbable that Subscriptions to Madison Femalo Institute 1420 pound corn fed steers which were strong voice and the audience showed to build said pike beginning on the firs But six miles immediately The contract was any who are interested in schools At a meeting of the Board of Trus fed by M and S Solt of Barnes Kan- their appreciation of her delicate execution by compelling her to respond to sev awarded to Mr J B Jarvis of Lancaster have failed to learn of the rapid growth tees of Madison Female Institute held sas in influence and reputation made by 011 Saturday June 20th 18SS the fol Â¬ Miss Arnold will be re- Rah I for Fisk and the turnpike eral encores tbe Norma at Glasgow within the lowing order was entered of record membered in Shelbyville as the gifted Jas H Lewis died at his home ia Lex young vocalist who won the honors at ington Ky Saturday 7th inst of typhoid past three years Its patronage is now Ordered that notice be published in the last Science Hill commencement and disentery after a brief illness of 9 days drawn from nearly half the States in the Kentucky Register and The at the preceding one as well Shelbyville His remains were embalmed brought the Union It Is an iustitutiou which Climax notifying all those who had Kentucky should houor and support Sentinel made subscriptions in aid of Madison here and interred at the cemetery The It Female Institute that their subscrip- Â¬ deceased was formerly a merchant of this T Hoskins accompanied her Mrs T tions must be paid and in default of eo brother Lieut Cadet Carlo B Brit place from whence he moved to LexingNo disease among my chickens ton about three years ago Many friends finest of plumage plenty of eggs with doing that suits will be instituted for tain as far as Richmond Ky last week where they will visit relatives a few days and relatives mourn the loss of this good less food is what Mr W B Smith their collection in the Madison Com mon Pleas Court Lieutenant Brittain received orders from man A wife and six children survive Business Manager of the Glasgow Ky Done by order of the board this the Secretary of Navy Whitney last Sat- him Times says since using Ganters magic June 30th 18S8 urday to proceed to San Francisco and Thieves broke into Dr J Ayres store chicken cholera cure for three years J D Harris take steamer from that port on the 17th last night 10th inst Not finding enough Sold and warranted by Stockton 3- Chairman Board Trustees for Honolula Hawaiian Islands and on boodle there to satisfy them they called at Willis It Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ son-in-la- Misses Sallic and Lucia leave to day for this way Hon Curtis F Burnam and daughters The Climax Is on a boom down CALLED MEETING to my residence on Main street where Tenement House23 living springs fencing good Farm mostly I shall bo glut to see my numerous Allgrass This is one of the best in friends and cUstoltierSi The house haVe heretofore occupied Stock Grain and Grass Farms in the County besides being the best on Second street is lor rent Drovers Stand between Lexington 36 Mrs A D Flora and the Cumberland Gap The To the Public lirectiii purchaser can do business and Know ye that Tyges Kentucky educate his children in the City Glue has no equal for mending any Â¬ and all take their meals at home thing you wish to mend Ask your This is no sham advertisement druggist for it or send 15 cents in The first one making me a reason- Â¬ stamps for a 25 cent bottle to able offer will be the lucky man T A Tyge Co Will Sell as a Whole or Divided 38 Flemingsburg Ky I also have a few of the best POLAND CHINA PIGS ever in Blood Elixir Is the only the County for Sale -Careful extVVYiVA0 Biood Remedy guaran Â¬ amination by parties solicited teed It is a positive care for Ulcers Erup tions or Syphilitic Poisoning It purifies the One hundred good stock cattle I old fashioned have removed my millinery store tor Rent Containing 13 good and conven- Â¬ ient rooms Ward robes Closets Pantries and Cellars to suit all of Modern Styles A Barn 68x50 feet residence and ham new All necessary outbuildings Good Orchard Ice Ilouse and two good Houses and one hsm 5 00 plate of beaten er roller bfecwis 5 o loaf of salt rising lfghi bread made of Winchester flour 10 of Best two bottles home made wme Best thret pounds of butter 5 00 Best dallon of ice cream 00 i 00 Best gallon sherbet 5 DY KES ON J D 53 North Second Street A fnll and complete steek ef STAPLE AND FAINCY Best black cak 2nd Dremhim Best white cake made of Winehester moo eo S 00 flour Best yellow sponge cake made of M flour 5 oe JE Best angels food two pounds to be made of White Rose flour 5 00 Best white fruit cake to be made of Rose flour White 5 00 Best chocolate cake 500 Best specimen of silk Arraseine em- Â¬ broidery 5 00 Best specimen of silk Kensington GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned Goods Green and Dried Fruit embroidery c Â¬ Best specimen of crazy work Best specimen of embroidery on linen Best specimen of embroidery on flannel Best specimen hemstitching Best machine made calico dress Best specimen of drawn work Best specimen ot oil painting Best specimen of Lu tro painting Best specimen of crayon TTork Best j4 gallon home made pkkles Best bushel new wheat Best five pounds of tobacco in hand raised in Madison or adjoining counties HARNESS HORSES 500 5 00 toe 5 00 500 5 5 00 c 00 500 eo 500 10 00 and plenty of every thing in my line This house is a 5 eo mm MSB ON A 33 1 a 10 00 35 00 15 eo 10 00 10 00 10 00 Â¬ for sale s 7- - JH BOGGS Best stallion 4 years old and over Best stalKon 3 years old and over 4 BesC stallion 2 years oM and under 3 Best stallion mare or gelding 1 year oiu ami under Best stallion under 1 year oW Best brood mare and horse or mare colt under 1 year old SADDLE HORSES 1000 Strictly CASH Basis The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOUSE E A Â¬ 6- Summer Tours Palace Steamers Low Totxr Trips per Weelc Between Chetxryffavn Alpena Otcod Sand Beach Port Huron AGKIUAC Rates Every Best stallion 4 years old and over 25 00 Best stallion 2years old and under 3 10 00 Best stallion mare or gelding 1 year ok and under two 10 00 Best stallion under I year old 10 00 ROCKAWAY RING Â¬ Best mare or gelding to be shown to rockaway and known to be used for rockaway purposes 20 00 MODEL RING A TRIAL a PEERLESS Ian4 tf 11 LEADS THE WOBLD 8509 In OoM for General Superiority W Â¬ Detroit mackinac Harrirrilla island Cklgnoe St CUir Oakland House Uirin City Best and fanciest mare or gelding model stalHott 3o 09 cinttati lelltnil Uioiikhi lnulriul upm au lot at dm- aiier DETftOIT OUR BfttM Special Bandar Trip dsrlss July aad AnguK Wek Day Between AND CLEVELAND FANCY TURNOUT Fanciest turnout Best boy rider under 14 years eld 2000 10 00 by your Tioket Acent or address E B WHITCOMB Gist Pa Asmt Detroit Gl6Teland Steam Kanlgaiion Co DETROIT MICH PAMPHLETS and Excursion Tickets xrlU be faraised ILLUSTRATED SPEED RING apr2 6m Â¬ CF M Â¬ Simmons St Louis Prflpr ASimmonsLiircr Medicine EstJ IS40 in the u s Court oxfiats J II ZeilinPropr A QSimmons Liv Â¬ er Regulator Efd by Zeih 1S68 31 iv a 1 M nas tor 47 jers cured Ihdicestion Biliousness Tho Original Wins The fastest mare or gelding 1 year old and under 2 to be led or driven six times around the ring 5o 00 Best combined harness and saddle stallion any age 20 00 Peerless Tractitfn and Portable rllETON roNY Domestic and Creamerj Engines Best phitton pony o 00 TIks Steam Jang Plows Englues WALKING RING Gciscr Thresher and Cleaner Best walking mare or gelding any ITit anaWe Fric age 20 00 SWEEPSTAKES ROADSTERS Â¬ Best stallion any age style speed and durability considered 50 00 SECOND DAY MULES IIhIhjLJ TAT3C238SS tion Itre1 Pat Doc rVt Works and Mae Â¬ Â¬ lor your Genuine M A Sitrt mons Liver Medicine I have HtSSA sometimes had to substitute I ZeiHns stuff foryour Mrdi fCSHftrj cine but it dont answer the Dr I R Craves Editor Tit avs Battttt MeraDhisTenn received a package of our Liver DYsrxniASicx HxadaciicLost ArrsTiri Sour Stomach Etc Her T D Reams Pastor M E Church Adams Tenn writes uuqk 1 nouia mre oeen dead out SsggmliBa Latest improved ami choaprst Saw market Semi for eataktrue to lUo TSlZrJX We want ageato and Inrite 6fn apr 3 JOH e CO rrl Â¬ Medicine and have useu half of it It works like a charm I want no better Liver Regulator and cer tainly no more of Zeilins mixture Best horse mule two years old and over 10 co Best horse mute Under 1 year old le oa Best mare mule two years old and over 15 eo Best horse or mare mule oae year old and nnder two 10 00 2d premium GEISEU MANUFACTURING 7A II tall ttat 3 tio for en BEAUTIFY YOUR LAWS t at Best mare mule under 1 year old 10 00 15 00 15 00 500 SWREPSTAKES f nt re 7 Best horte mule any age Best mare mule any age SADDLE HORSES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 49 40 Â¬ TAXES am ready to receive the taxes due the State aud County for the year 1SSS Your property i subject to advertise-Â¬ ment and Mile without levv after the 1ST DAY OP JUIiY and a pennlly of 2 will be added to each list so adver Â¬ tised As my term of ofUee expires on the 1st Monday in January SO and I want to collect up in full by thiit lime therefore I mutt culled while the weather is good Please make arrange Â¬ ments to pay your axes nt once aud Avoid trouble save cost of penalty and greatly oblige N B DEATHERAGE Slierilt Madiiou Co Ky 1- I Best saddle mare or gelding four years old and over Best saddle mare or gelding three years oki and under lour Best saddle mare or gelding two years old and under three Best saddle mare or geWing one year oki and under two Best saddle mare under one year old Best colt by Yazoo ROADSTER RING 25 00 edT 8 s 20 00 15 00 10 eo TO rateated Marab M 81 5- - 1000 25 00 FOLDING LAWN SETTEE Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Best mare or gelding four years old and over style speed and dur Â¬ ability considered 40 00 Best mare or gelding three years old and under four 25 00 Best mare or gelding two years old The Peer of all lawn Scats Above cat represents oar patantoil Settee Tbe only Settee Tec aaad that groniL will adjust itself to Light durable baadsoaM aad stnag Painted bright red aad otaannntod Price Settee 91 SO and 50 Chairs 9150 Koekers 30O each They all fold flat If yoar dealer dot keep tfeecs ask bun to order for yoa from AWSBICAH FOLDING CHAIB M all and si Kusan S130 Elkin to Robert Busbtk acres Dr T J Taylor to SD Parrish town lot Richmond 3400 Ephraim Oldham to Shelton Parker town lot Richmond 40 Xew Bank The stock for a new National Bank in Richmond Is nearly all taken and an organization will occur at an early 100 diy 00 and The capital stock is to be well distributed through the county Mr N B Deatherage and JuJge John D Goodloe are among tlioxe mentioned as probable President There must be a quantity of unemploy Â¬ ed money about the county if four National Bulks will not liold It But let the fifth come along It is au evi Â¬ dence of prosperity few fleeting moments m The Deppeus of Louisville and the Shamrocks of Cincinnati met on the University campus this place last week and fit and bled and died The score stood about 1051G to less than nothing In favor of the Deppens The Shamrocks walked home and the weather was not good for walking The Captain of the Shamrock Base ball Club Cincinnati writes us to say that the fellows who played lu Rich mond under the name of ShararocK THIN COLUMN were frauds of the most rabid type and that the Shamrocks had never Windchctter now claims nine thousand been in Kentucky We suppose then population as they appeared that the Shamrocks There are no barbers at Barbourrille here were shams without even rocks and no pines at Pineville The river is in their pockets The Deppens went to Winchester not fordable at Ford and did up the boys over there in a John D Black Democrat wants to go Â¬ Â¬ his arrival there to report to Rear Ad- Â¬ miral Kimberley for duty on board the Flag Ship Omaha which steamer will proceed immediately to join the Asiatic Squadron Lieutenant Brittains assign ment in the oriental waters is for two years at the end of which time he will be entitled to a leave of absence and he will visit his mountain home again He left yesterday indulgiug in the hope that on his return he would find Pinerille a large city Pincville Messenger Williamss store There they prized hammered and evidently worried for some time without effecting an entrance Alex Props was one too many for em Giving their job up there as a bad one they came back to Docs spread lunch off his sardines oysters c smoked to his health then emigrated to parts unknown PERKINS 1 Galt House Louisville Ky June 22 1888 Tbe following resolutions were unan Â¬ imously adopted by the members of tbe delegation from Ohio to tbe Six- Â¬ teenth Annual Session of the Supreme Lodge Ancient Order of United Work Â¬ W S Sowers has gone to Cincinnati where he has seven hogsheads of tobacco on the market Spicer and Cunningham will hold a protracted meeting at Bethel Christian church beginning the fourth Sunday wind storm passed over tliis neighborhood Monday night July 9th doing the crops great damage men being held in this city Whereas The proprietors clerks and employes of tbe Gait House have exerted themselves in every possible direction to make our stay at said botellery one of pleasure aud of com fort and A severe rain and The Doctors At the State meeting at Crab Or- Â¬ chard last week Dr John M Foster of Richmond was made committee on sugery Tbe officers elected were PrtsiJent L S McMurtry Danville Vice President William Bailey Louis--t- e Second Vice President B W X ol Hopkiusville Permanent Sec Wary Steele Bailey Stanford Assist Secretary J H Letcher Hender Â¬ son Treasurer John A Cecil Louis- Tilie Librarian T R Greenle3 West Point Censors Drs Evans Clark and mi The K i jJRJrKJtfMT at Brown A 375 Prize Information reached us several weeks that Mr Evan S McCord of Uoonesborough this county had or wag about to covered himself ail over with glory at Washinirlon Lee col- ess Virginia but tbe Information a of such a meagre nature that we oud not venture to make any sort of a nouncement But Mr McCord is at ucme now resting from the fatigue r f the sessions labor and selling our extractor at work on him have pumpi out tie desired knowledge He wes awarded the Mapleson scholarship a prize that is awarded to the graduate Fno In be opinion of the faculty ioud be deemed most worthy of it by reason cf the highest general scholar-i during the entire course Its VaHe IaSlTO n mnnii with fhf nrivl-- lt2e of attending any of the schools ie 1 nlversity which privilege Is 3rth 7 3 Mr McCord will pursue a f vBrse in law He has also been era- P Oyrd as assistant Prnfoaaor nt ftreek I ia t e University This Is an honor cf Which anvvnnnrrmnn In Rpnllinkv uildleproud anil one that has If Miss Lizzie R Milter of Richmond e remember correctly never before and Mr Green were married in come to Kentucky Lexington on Thursday July 12th 18SS K-i -i l i will sell round trip tickets to Bethel Grove camp meeting July 20th to Aug 6th inclusive good re- Â¬ turning till Aug 8th for 310 The Kentucky Central will sell round trip tickets for the grand can- Â¬ tonment in Cincinnati for tbe low sum of 390 On sale July 23 to 27th good reluming up to and including July 28 R H Young civil engineer for the with Louisville Southern Railroad a corns or ten arrived in our town on yesterday having surveyed the line from Burgin a distance of 17 miles 14 miles In this county Thev crossed the river at Bakers farm thence npTan yard Branch to Bryants vlile thence went to Burdetta knob down to HURbes branch to Boones creek thence to Herrings dlstiltery and on to town tapping the K C near Mrs Leavells place They pass Â¬ ed through the farms of Jas A Beaz ley M H Gill H O Sutton and Fisher and Herring Mr Young-inform- s us that the road will cost about 120000 and the bridge about 80000 They had orders to continue the survey to Boones Gap in Madison county butou account of the hurry to start the Lexington branch the corps has been transferred to that place It Ib likely that aproposllion will be made to the county for 100000 stick when the road comes to Lancaster and 50 Lancas Â¬ 000 when it oe3 further East ter News C RR We have a prophet in this community to Congress from the district that John whos prophecy has proven true He said D White Republican used to represent- - we would have rain about the winding up of the dry spell Keliey busted loose yesterday J and Miss Mary Oldham of Waco has been painted the town red at least that part which he owns corner Second and Irvine appointed to teach the public school at Sylotne She has taught at same place streets heretofore and gave general satisfaction A young lady has her initials DH Miss Annie Burgin will teach the public engraved on the gold head of her umbrella handle At first we thought the letters school at Back Woods She is a graduate of Elliott Institute at Kirksville and is referred to the weather capable of instructing the youth of any Byrne Si Speed coal dealers in Louis- Â¬ community ville have appropriate names for their Owing to the heavy rain fall weve had Burn coal and burn it with business a boom Tates Creek has been up speed is what every coal dealer desires boomin but it wont make Ole Kain What is the equator asked an ex Â¬ tuck River rise much It will still be aminer of a colored teacher Saturday from bank to bank It sah is a hot line sah running through Andrew J Holman a proficient gen the center of the earth sah was the tlemah has taken charge of Bethel School prompt answer where he will wield his intellectua1 The Beattyville Enterprise says Joe powers over the little ones noggins and Daugherty walks and carries the mail there it will settle to bring forth timber to twice a week 35 miles from Beattyville use in years to come to Manchester and adds Mr Daugh Â¬ The Sunday school at Bethel is progres Â¬ erty is very accommodating to persons living along the line He will carry a sing finely which shows push to its Chas Burgin saddle bee hive pup or even a dog if efficient superintendents not too big and he is offered enough He and Jas T Perkins At the request of will ride a horse through for any one for its superintendents and several others a quarter and carry the mail pouches on Mr L M English the vocalistHias prom Â¬ ised to be with them every Sunday to in- Â¬ his shoulder struct them in vocal music Instructions We complained in Danville that a lot of free to all who may attend hoodlums with a farm bell and fire crack- Â¬ ers made the town hideous at 4 oclock in FAINVILLE the morning just because it was the 4th of July Dr Logan a venerable and Roads are getting dusty again humorous gentleman remarked that we Crops are looking fine and the farmers were in Danville not Richmond and when we went to a city we should expect are all in good spirits We suggested that he had bor- Â¬ noise John Rice lost a very fine Jersey cow rowed his idea from the noted stuttering during a thunder storm Sunday evening man and wag Mr Travers who explain- Â¬ There is a fine crop of berries this year ed Uist lie stuttered worse after he re- Â¬ moved to New York than while he lived and the average country boy is looking and slick in Washington because New York wa t own a F R Davidson of Drip Rock passed the table accommoda- Â¬ tions and appointments are all that could be desired aud equal to those of any hotel which it has been our privilege to visit therefore Hesolved That we extend lo the proprietor clerks and employes of the Gait House of Louisville Ky our appreciation of and thanks for the courtesies and facilities extended us dur- Â¬ ing our stay among them be it further Hesolved That we commend the Gait House to the patronage of our brethren of the order from whatever jurisdiction hailing as well as to tbe traveling public in general The Ohio Delegation A O U W D M Mills Chairman 3t At Roever Sec pro tem Whereas TtrvYvVoa that are fretful Windy peevlsa Colic Teething Pains or Stomach Disorders can be relieved at once by using Ackers Baby Soother It contains no Opium or ilorphlne hence is safe Price 25 cents Bold by eroMt or troubled with W G White Prescription Druggist V1EWIN0 THE PROMISED LAND Squatters on the Ground Awaiting the Opening of an Indian Reservation ft Great Falls Mont News of the opening of the Black Feet Reservation is awaited impatiently hero and throughout Northern Montana A lorge number of persons have gone to the reservation to locale ranches mines and town sites The desirable valleys are fairly covered with tenls tho great- Â¬ est rush apparently being to the Big Sandy the famous hay grounds Sold Â¬ iers as well ns civilians are ou the grounds and when news comes that the bill is signed there is likely to be a rush Bulihock Valley beyond Fort Asslnlboiue is all staked oil and the tetlts of the squatter may be seen al along the valley of the Milk River There is a silver lodo Id the Bear Paw Mountains that was located several years ago It Is understood lhat several parties are on hand watciiing to locale this mine aa well as to prospect for others Chicago Tribune n Ed The President has now signed Columbus discovered America but R THREE 5 ROOM ItESIDEtfCKj A farm of 106 acres 4 J miles from for rent Cistern and all necessary the Bill throwing open for settlement 09k Janter to discover a magic chick Â¬ on the Lancaster pike out building Richmond Apply to the Indian Jteserviition la Moutaua en cholera cure Sold no cure no Well Improved with cood water For Dr O W EVAKS or iiimaytf pay by Stockton Willis It l terms inquire of Joo Bush marll 4 m S- SPEED SMITH use Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets SWEEPSTAKE SADDLK RINGS They are a positive cure for Dyspepsia In Â¬ Best saddle stallion any age digestion Flatulency and Constipation 50 00 Best saddle mare or gelding any age 50 00 We roarantee tnem 25 and CO cents Â¬ Guard against burglars and fire by purSWEEPSTAKE HARNESS RING Sold by W White Prescription chasing a burglar proof and firc proot Best mare or gelding any age Druggist 50 00 70 Rings iooo Donelson uses the best material that tf Good accommodations can be had tor stock and men on or near the the market allords and the best work- Â¬ men He puts up none but the best Every merchant every farmer every Grounds work Juggies carriages etc made business man every professional man ought to have a safe Account books ac- Â¬ TRICES OF ADMISSION to order Call ou him apr4tf money checks receipts counts notes Each person twelve years old and over jewelry and other valuables can be kept Children between seven and 50 cents Ice Cream Soda Water at 5 cts per Irom all harm at small expense twelve years old 25 cents Children under THE CARY SAFE CO seven years old no charge No charge 62- glass at S Dinellis 32 West Eagle St Buffalo N Y for vehicles Tickets for sale at J COne of the Carey safes can be and Wilmore Cottons stotesB inWalkersÂ¬ 5 Dinelle has introduced a uew Kirks steam freezer and is prepared to fur- Â¬ seen at The Climax office ville Tickets must be procured no nish the purest aud besst Ice Cream in money received at the gate any quantities aud nt lowest figures Excursions E All correspondence directed to J 52- Business men and settlers looking B Walker Kirksville or J H Erabry Â¬ for new locationa or Investments can Silver Creek Ky will be promptly atThe Middle of tho Year reach all principal points in Minneso- Â¬ tended to at ta It is plainly understood that mer- Â¬ the and Dakota by a cost of one fare for Jas W Waller Bennett President themselves Walker Secretary round trip 46 chants accounts are due on tho first of tbe excursions availing announced via the of Jauuary and July We therefore St Paul Minneapolis Manitoba By publish this modest reminder for tbe from St Paul Minn Tickets good benefit of ail who owe us Business for 30 days Very low excursion rates LlTBUBOl to have been made also via cannot be ruu without money hence Helena and Great Falls this line Montana we respectfully request all our custom- Â¬ tickets good for four months Further ers who are indebted to us to come and particulars can be obtained by address Â¬ pay at ouce This is an urgent matter ing C H Wnrren General Passenger IHSURANCE St Paul Minn or with us and we trust no one will neg- Â¬ AgentDIst Passenger AgentHETun 232 South per lect to settle eow Clark Street Chicago 46 Covinc ton Mitchell American Assets Cash - 6796575 82 Losses paid in 40 years iu U S exceed - - - S41 000000 00 thousands suffering from Asthma Con Â¬ sumption Cbaghs etc Did you ever try Solid Prompt and Honorable Ackers English Remedy It is the best preparation known for all Lung Troubles sold on a positive guarantee at 10c 60c We have reduced the rates of board Sold by W G White Prescription at Estill Springs to two dollars a day Does the LEADING AMERICAN BUSINESS ten dollars a week forty dollars a Druggist month POLICIES WRITTEN BY ESTILL SPRINGS CO Road horses trotters and runners SMITH POWELL Afrts 35 J SI Thomas Pres shod In any manner desired I have just received au extra lot of fouryear old second growth tlrdber for repairing all hinds of wagous All work guar- Â¬ Reliable and Active Men to travel for summer Houm anteed at tho very lowest prices Shop an Ntatiuoca who candaring inoborftc unit furnish a months Those The Menelaus and Silver Creek Money advanced back of Brookss drug store give security preferred monthly to pay expense A great chanoo Station Turnpike Company will re- Â¬ Respectfully for tho right men I Stat age busiues ceive sealed bids until the 25th inst expenence und to oavo time better send for 8febly S L M1DKIFF lle IniildiuK of said road It will No atten Â¬ names und address of references tion paid to postallcanln Never mind about be Let to tbe Lowest aud Best Bidder Lemon Ice Lemonade Ma I to Gin- Â¬ sending stamp for reply Address BUSI- Â¬ in sections of half miles or the who Id 11 5l ro IUchmoud Va nix miles to suit contractors Tim ger Ale Soda Wnter aud Ice Cream NESS Box rigiit to reject any and all bids In re- Â¬ Soda 5 cents a glass at served ior specifications call on or Minnesota Leads the World 62-S DlNELLlS address J W AIAUPIN Preat With her stock dairy and grata product Jones Secy fine I have a remedy guaranteed to cure 2000000 acres to Umber farming and grazing July 10 1SSSOr V Ii Sliver Creek Ky adjacent on for Chicken Cholera and other diseases lands terms For railroad pricessale cheap asy maps rates etc 45 or among fowls I will refund the money aaoress J cooKiraiter feana uozanussiozKr ja u a warren uenersi s stipj Passenger Agent EC In every case where the remedy fails Paul II lax W G White Ask far Book H UUMb Prescription Druggist 2d St near Garnett House marSStf Tjewia 51-2- TC vvfxvv would enjoy your dinner and are prevented by Dys- J BIMSalFII and under three aooo Best mare or gelding one year ok and under two 20 00 Best horse or mare colt under one year old 20 00 Best combined saddle and harness mare or gelding any age 40 00 you r as 4 of 1301 la 1323 N Main SL sea lieii ST 10UI3 M 41 15 can the ad We Want Youi To send us 40 cents for one of our rip- er- - are not ti 7 laao B Sees on in FARM WRE Light Ilandy and Slroiw iHU Outwear fast two Ordinary rrawhe a4 Oa- ai London COM ot s Roovtwl Mw aaj rt screwfew interebancrable ttadr Aricnl - ll Mas a wi IiIUBi MiwlS m Tf bos Ttatiel wenwrfaatr tin- - cfTicr isiawa aroaodhetMrtHP rton receipt vf S la tjQ the f anil Beat lore TM set eoasfet Household S D Set 1 YOU WANT AxELUtfCK and AlffU GLOBE for them if he Ibm w Pt thrmbewm r for you or we wiltM ul 51fi asabove ttml tttvup fur emr aafi law Vl Ask Your Local Dealer ELLRIGH CO Plsntsville Conn S r M 24 Mjmjm acres ef 1st Mw tana Indian Reservation jRstocxmed for seWlanent near Great Falls Ft Bea ton Asslanlbolne and Ulaesow eonaleMag rich mineral and coal districts gmaiBg and farm lands ot tbe very highest quality The opportonltles for making mooey beta are Greater than anywhere else In the CnMett States TbIststbetlraetoiEoaBdseeareyewr location for rales Maps or of ner inn lion Address C II Warkbk Ues Pass M By St Paal XlBB Agent St P AI eaxvxuospiahft ESTILL SPBI1BS Board Reduced t GO WEST WANTED Turnpike Kids T has revotBtioBtaed the wwm uurrng m ll halfceutnry Not least 1 amoftft the wonders ef Inventive progress Is a method and system of worfc that can be performed all over the country wit boat separating the workers from tulr homes Pay liberal any one can do the work either sex youncor eM bo special ability required Capital not needed yoa are started free Cat this oat and ret am to as and we will send yo free something of treat value and Importance to yea that will Mart yoa in business which will brine yoa Id more money light away than any Â¬ thing etee In the world Grand ontft free Add ess True Oo Angasta Maine nov 38 lv tot teito for Ut or Rest I wish to sell frivalelyser reafc tbe new twn story MANftlllil Residences for Bent FRAME RESIDENCE on Second Street id RtehRMmd K next to tbe Maj S Tiinter property Five moms two ha lb 2 s4ery perfth ami veraudas and alt iieenmmry out buildings iBfirHdfcM stable Good cte-l tern Lot 08x30 feet House aud all buildings new QEORQK H MYERS 1- Real Estate For Sale J wcRVsSm P irizx Wm -i rg - wfnfFf f rr rjM CHINAS GREAT WALL XtWia Conitrncted o Whatever Material Vu ifot Plentiful For a short distance either sWe of ike Lo wan pe the wall is constraot ed of brick trith rabble in the center bat farther away it is composed Almost wholly of stone in fact whatever materials were desat at hand would ppear to hare been made ue of Tims at the spots we vined granite abounded ia greatest prof wsioa so ia the cobs tract ion of the wall was it Katie the principal ingredient and for mHes the wall consists of large shape- Â¬ less masses of granite smoothed only We observed bat one ob the oatsid tower btriit entirely of stone they being with this exception cosiposed of brick with foHsdatioas of hewn stone The height of the Trail from the top of the parapet is about 17 feet 10 inches at HMHt parts thongh oc ottetonaUj where the parapet is highest it measures 18 feet 6 htohee its breadth k 13 feet and the height of the parapet 5 feet 4 inches The towers are SI feet 3 inches high and 28 feet 1 in eh broad The parapet is both crenelated and leepholed and the towers are pierced for the discharge of some projectile From any elevated site the scenery well repay one for the trouble of Meant dear streams are seen me andering down the passes while on every side and looming far in the distance are a steeesin of brown hilltops with small patch oa only un Â¬ Droves of paek asses der cnltivaiios are seet g4ng and returning the former unladen and the latter bring Â¬ ing a small kind of brushwood which the boarders bari instead of the mHlet stoek in nse on lite Jains while in wild abundance are scattered ihbu meraUe ash poplar and fire trees Off shoots branch ont from the wall in occasional piaoes For their conÂ¬ struction H is difficult ia every case to assign a reason The little town Lo waa En is completely encircled by oae and en the opposite a doable wall winds upward with the portions ia aearly parallel lines A visit the following day to the pass of Oha pow distant about twenty one lee from that of Lo wan confirmed owr surmise that in the erection of the waM the contractors if such there were availed themselves to any ex tont of the building materials closest at hand We noticed several gans mo4t of which were partially imbedded in the earth of rubble forming the center of the wall one bore an in Â¬ scription recording that it was cast ia the reign of Wan I ee the last Em Â¬ peror of the Ming dynasty It must therefore have been upward of two liundrod and sixty years oW and was evidently fashioned after a European model A great many of the towors were in a decayed state and the in Â¬ terior of some of tbom having been doarod of debris were converted into gardens and granaries Once a Week GOOD THINGS TO EAT FULL A man is OF FUN gas 6n Railroads n x i a good doal liko a fog corn after all and when things look dark and gloomy he is apt to go off on a toot Duiulh Paroqrapher Young man to druggist for are ta t itittg through your t telephone yon-j-oar Wha-wha-wa- at Fifteen cents for five toln Druggist ules but Ill give you fifteen minutes Vm a fair man This country doesnt want cheap postage altogether What wc want is less sass from tbe postmasters whon aa old lady comes in and wants to mail a pumpkin pie and a pan of doughnuts to the children Husband The photograper is ready te take yonr picture I guess Photographer Yes all ready now before tho Wife look pleasant My dear I think youd bet Â¬ camera Chicago ter go into the other room Zriewnr Mistress Why Mary I told you to make up my room ah hoar ago and here it is in terrible disorder Mry Yis mum an1 I dhl make it up but the master came ia to put on a clane collar mum an he lost the button Epoch Omaha Boy Pa was Samson killed by his wife Pa It amounted to that She betrayed him to thoso who wanted to kill him What did she do that for I dont kupw Maybe she gave him a letter and ho Omaha World forgot tc mail it Hotel Clerk No sir wo cant accommodate you You have noithor baggage nor money I know I havent but I came to town in a freight car and there is considerable coat dust in my hair Well comb Ac it out carefully and that will do bratkt State JHrmtl In tbe engine room at the Capitol Inquiring Congressman to engineer What is the horse power of this engine Engineer Taint boss power at all sir Its steam power Congressman retires and engineor wonders what kind of men are sent to Congress anyhow Crilic My young friend said the solemn passenger as tbe young man wiped his lips and returned the bottlo to his valise it js beyond my com preheusion how any one can find pleasure or gratification in a drink of whisky such as you have just im- Â¬ Yes sir bibed responded tho vung man amf there are thousands like yon A single drink is no good they want a load But I believe in moderation X Y Sua FLAMINGOES AT HOME The Brilliant Flumnco of the Most Beau Â¬ tiful or Tropical Birds A walk of about an hoar brought us to a small clump of trees from behind which we carefully reconaoilcred and there within half a mile we saw the Very lovely tbe pink mass birds looked in the bright sunlight There were three separate clusters of nosts every one of which was occupied while the male birds sto m1 around their heads raised high as they evi Â¬ dently suspected mischief As I could not dearly make ont with my glassos tbe position of the legs of the sitting birds there was nothing for it but a long stalk over the intervening blob and with the blazing sun now almost vertical The first quarter of a mile was com Â¬ paratively easy as we could creep on our hands and knees but tlien wc came to a point where nothing but vermicular motion could avail us and for real hard work let me recoinmond it to those who are content with very active exorcise without attaining a a high rate of progression The tropic- Â¬ al sun beat down upon us halloas as we now were from a clondless sky but I suppose that our prof us o per Â¬ spiration saved us from any ill oflects the rawl evaporation counteracting the suns heat It may be that I was too anxious abmt reaching a favora Â¬ ble point of observation to think of it but I can not say that I even suffered any inconvenience At rth having crawled under the rorts of the dwarf mangrove that covered the slob like a network of croquet hoops we found OHrselves at the edge of the marl and within 150 yards of the birds who were still un- Â¬ disturbed Here with my glasses 1 oukl see every feather note the color of the eyes and watch every move- Â¬ ment There were we calculated be Â¬ tween seven bundled and a thousand birds and a continuous low goose- Â¬ like cackling was kept up Never did I see a more beautiful mass of color The male birds had now all got to- Â¬ gether standing abtut five feet high and with necks extended and heads erect were evidently watching events preserving in the meantime a master- Â¬ Now and again one ly inactivity would stretch out his great black and scarlet wings but the general effect was the most exquisite shade of pink as the feathers of tbe breast and back are much lighter than those of tho Kotos for Ilouftekeepera Familiar with tbe Secrets ot tlie Kltclien Stuffed and baked cod makes a de Â¬ lightful Friday dish Choose a middle out and make a stuffing of bread soaked in milk or oyster lienor and soueeae out Add a small minced euion fried in a tablespoonful of bat oysters a little parsley tor and pepper and salt Sew it up firmly and hake turning it frequently and hasting with batter ami water A Beat slice of pork may be skewered over each end and will serve to keep the stuffing in as well as to flavor it Serve with oyster sauce or with gravy made from that in the jwn A meek roast of oysters is an ex oeleat substitute where one can not have a fire suitable for a real roast Drate the oysters from tbe lquoc and ylaea them in a hot frying pan over a modentie fire As fast as the liqnor ceMeels draw it off and continue this process until they are done brown when serve hot with a lHtle fresh but Â¬ adci The Natural Article to Sapptaat Coat as Fuel on locomotives Within the past nine months more improvements have been mode m rail- Â¬ road equipment than in any liko period in tho history of tlio country Per-Â¬ haps tho most daring one now being attempted is tbe utilizing of natural as as fuel for engines and to fqrniih Tho now Dry Goods and Merchant Tailoring firnt of Orooke Ight and heat for tho cars Several u u a nvmatnti invito the nubile to inspect tlielr master mechanics in tho country hold that this product can bo confined and nscd at will and the master mechanic of the Fort Wayne Cincinnati Nr Louisville road has demonstrated his the officials of belief so plainly that that lino have plaoed at his command the eastern markets by an all tho money men and material nec- Â¬ which was carefully selected in essary to a thorough test The route experienced buyer of that road is through the heart of the imnionso gas regions of Indiana many of the wolls being of great pressure and flowing from 3000000 to 12 000 000 cubic foot every twenty four hours Soveral weeks ago the roaster me- Â¬ chanic and superintendent had con Â¬ structed a wronght iron cylinder oightcen fcot long nnd two feet in The attention of the ladies is especially called to our superior diameter wish heavy ends screwed in most fashionable Fabrics to be The cylinder was subjected to the most line of Dress Goods embracing the critical and scientific tosts and was had in New York provided with gauges to register tho pressure It was placed on board a car and transported to Montpclicr whero thero aro located two Ind strong gas wells Tho cylinder was attached to one of them which had a c rock pros sure of 450 pounds to tho Whon the gas was square inch turned on the gattgo showed that it was full in less than ono minute Tho lank was then loaded on the cars nnd taken to tho shops at Fort Wayne Hero it was attached to tho usual nat Â¬ ural gas burning apparatus with a regulator that controlcd the enorÂ¬ mous pressure of tho gas so that it We have in Laces Ribbons Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Gloves and flowed out in a steady regular current Parasols all that can be desired of one and a half ounces totho square inch tho pressure at which natural The gauge showed gas is burned that the gas had lost but littlo of Its pressure and it supplied light in the burners in tho shops for soveralhours besides heating ono large stove and ono forge So much of a success was tho first With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the best New test that others have been made with Â¬ largor cylinders and tho gas trans- York school of art and designin gents garments experienced in the ported each time a distance of thirty eight miles The officials and experts best houses of that city and versed in every detail of the business aro so well satisfied with the experi- Â¬ aided by on elaborate stock of ment that orders have been issued to equip the road engines with tanks and the workmen in tho shops are now making tho necossarv changes Large steel tanks or cylinders somo what after pattern of tho Standard Oil the Company s cars are being made and these will bo attached to tho engine in They will have tho rear of the tender a capacity equal to ns many thousand cubic foot of gas as will represent enough of coal to make atrip over the We are putting forth suits equal to the best made in this country j road which is about one hundred and Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us The attachment ton milos in length to the fire box of tho ongino nnd stoves in tho cars will be by moans of a pipe loading from tho tank and will bo regulated by a hand screw The cost is exceedingly small as an onginc can besupplied for about twen Â¬ ty cents a day Neck Wear Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Shirts laundried and made at Fort The experiments unlaundried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc Wayne have been watched by expert mechaniccs employed by tho Erie and Pennsylvania companies and these systems will also commence tho con- Â¬ struction of gas tanks for tho same purposos In case tho tests made by these companies are successful it will in great quantity and variety from the cheapest to the most be only a short timo nntil tho fuel problem on railways is solved Kan elegant embossed gilt OR ghn Professional Cards The Pena Mutual DRTILSESSMrra WW s war JLPi p 1TJ amm - ms - 7J 1 O wb Wb 1 yuusaBKssiAa t p Bstsnsi Spring Stock AT MoKEEPS OLD STAND Cor First arid Main Streets Richmond Ky DRY GOODS OX057 ESIMG HATS CAPS GEHTS The attention of the pwUk n respecto tiie Pbnx M tixl Lift Insurance Company of Philadelphia The Pznn Mvtvai 4muc all appru OFFICE Smith Building Main Street Office hours 900 to 1200 M too to ed forms of Life and Endowment PoU june22 tf Surplus being available in reduction of 400 P M the second and succeeding pajn C MORGAN D D S such returns of surptus have reduced enu he average cost of fcwurance much beloir 8STOFFICE Brain street over Modi the figure of many first class competitor- son National Bank Richmond Ky Its Non Forfeiture and Extension June 22 tf systems are the most liberal extant full reserve being applied at lapse to extension M POYNTZ DR of original sm insured or to the pur BURGEON AND PHYSICIAN chase of Paid Up insurance as may be OFFICE Second street next to desired juue22tf AHPoNcksRon forfeitable and afer Whites Drug Store two years faeoateslaWe Hnequaled in G The Pznji EVANS M D- - Practice Limited to Dentistry tfully called J J W AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN Hecond street OFFICE juue22tf DRS TAYLOR ASHE Practitioners In Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetover Dykea june22t Grocery Store Choice Silks Henriettas Serges e De Boges Cashmeres Lace Flounces of all kinds FURNISHING G6GDS TRUNKS VALISES DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luxons Up Stairs Residence at Willis House Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats Handkerchiefs Hosiery c A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men Call and see my Spring Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro- Â¬ fusion Prices to meet the demands of une22tf security Without security there is no insurance Mere volume of assets gu s no protection The real test is applied b insurance writers an4 the authorities a State Insurance Departments viz Tie ratio of assets to liabilities In this ns pect the Penn stands at the head of ie list I laving now 124 of well secured a sets for every 100 of liability preser- - or contingent Give us a eall before in-- r ing elsewhere J K Failkxek District Agent Office First Nat Bark Jbkrv A Sillivw Local Agent Richmond Kr Qmay3m k financial White Goods in great quantity DR PHIL ROBERTS Office in drug store on lower Main july27 ly Street Richmond Ky public Oilers his professional services to the EJB WALLACE DR U C AMBROSE FORD ICY Office hours 2 to 4 oclock In the ternoon June 22 tf af- BUIIDER AND CONTRACTOR Is prepared to do alt Kinds of Merchant Tailoring English BUILDING AND CONTRACT WORK W T SEXSMITH PHYSICIAN Offers MD AND SDKGEON to the aug17 ijr AT THE MOST WHITE HALL KY his professional services public Reasonable Rates Frenc aift American Snitiis the times opr 18 TROUSE2RIIffS and 1TESTIBIGS tf C Will furnish drawings plans anl UNION CITY KY specifications at any time Offers his professional services to Office at his residence on Hallie the public Office at Powell Parrish Irvine Street Aug 17 tf Iune22 tf MC DR T J FAIN C WALLACE Z T RICE JE Heath HEATH J F Cornelison C0RNELIS0N Practicing Physicians GEETS TmmSRWG GOODS RICHMOND KENTUCKY Largest and most complete stock i offer their professional services to the Central Kentucky JJanIy Our motto Dest public Goods and Lowest Consistent Price- P CARROLL 77 and 79 W Main St HARRIS DR SEEDS jann iy Lexington TTm THIVhlKB GRASS AND FIELD GILES WACO KX Ky SEE OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF Spring Goods WALL PAPERS CONSISTING OF WEHS LnDIES Offers his professional services to the jau4tf public DR S M LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on First Street jauIy filSlSSESJND CfllLDREO SHOES H W BRIGHT OFFICE MD tas City Times Theres Much in a Cold ical dainties as and call the above angels on horscbaek and sometimes little pigs in blankets An ajrstrr leaf is a somewhat elab Â¬ orate dhm but quite deiidous enough to pay for the trouble Take a stale leaf of bread bakers or very light home made and remove all the eramh being eareful that the loaf retains its proper shape Break the crumb up Hue and dry sdonlr in a hot oven Then fry three teatupfals of them la as mtmy UWespoonfals of hot butter untH they are crisp and light brown ht eoier Pat a quart of rich milk over the fire and when it boils stir in Vm spoonfuls of flour that has been wet up with a half cup of cold mill cook welt and season with pepper and salt Put a layer of this inside the leaf then a layer of oysters seasoned wkh salt and pepper awl another of crumbs Alternate Hntil the loaf is full lotting the last layer be a thick one of orumlis Bake slowly half aa hour Rurtdlw Yorker A ter ecaeh Another nice oyster dish which is more common in England than here is made by wrapping good siel oys-Â¬ ters each in a thin slice of fat bacon and fastening with a small wooden skewer Heat a frying pan well and cook until the bacon is crisp Ojr English cousins who indulge in such appetizing names fur their gastronom who belongs to a Shakes Â¬ Clerk pearean lyceum nnd whose dra- Â¬ matic bent has rather the hotter of him roaches tho placo at 10 a m Good mor-Â¬ Greeting to his employer row sir Employer something of a business- Â¬ man It is nearly indeed Here- Â¬ after sir I would liko to have you got arou id in time to bid mo good Judge morning -- - apllS tf uxvuxwxuii Second Sts Richmond Ky Cor Main and j nfflUCTT mmiin k w I BBSTIffl We have on hand the most complete line of PHYSICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY Whites Drug Store Second street next door to 8pecial attention given to Microscop- Â¬ ical and Chemical examinations of tissues aud fluids of the human body 22junetf or noeiui loicr ciation for rll who rur chwse the hcroric j or th UOJMtitifl nf life W3 can clothe you and furnsh you with ell tho necessary ntl tinacc narr appliances to rfcU wiuk done iiesr church cat fish hunt wori eo or stay at hooo mnd la various sxies styles and qnauTitiss Just STc oi wlai is require to to all theso th j CGSFOBTABU and you ran of the value of the ISUTEKS GUISE which will bo sent upon receipt of 10 cents to py poetgCO MONTGOMERY WARD 111 114 JUeliisan Avanae Chicago HI 0lO2ed iucd Xarcli arid rt jeachjear iiiaancacy OtTIUr iS Footwear Furnishing in Central Kentucky Goods and Hats mch2t6nr Apple Meringue Pies Stew soft tart apples mash and season with nut-Â¬ meg till crust and bake with one crust Spread with a thick meringue mado by whipping to a froth the whites of three eggs with three tablcspoonfuls of whito sugar flavor with vanilla place in oven until wbll set eat cold rrairie Fanner INJURING TRADE We have taken CO special pains in selecting this stock to get GENTRY SHACKELFORD the most Stylish Durable and Comfortable Shoes in the market DEtX0DEC3MCO3STI BLE33STTTTOSL3T Bear in mind that we handle the best The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricul- Â¬ brands such as J N Cloys Zeigler Bros N Hess Bro and other excellent brands tural Stove House Furnishing and that are first clas and warranted Tinware House in Richmond Any thing we have in winter goods E will be sold at greatly reduced prices k ly DR C S HOLTON Homeopathic BestUoaghSyran Taste good mosn sou Drarvfrzuu 2E5EQII2iE in tlSi WntS WHtat A1S Ceo fefolfcdllAasVrfrctT Physician and Surgeon Richmond Kentucky Office Main Street over D M Brights Office hours 830 to 1 1 oo A M 200 to M I believe Pisos Cure for Consumption saved my life A H Doweia Editor Enquirer Eden ton N C April 13 18S7 400 P Special attention given lo dtsea cs of women and all difficult chronic cases Patients treated at a distance and Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad- Â¬ dress mayio iy DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 51 51 PIS ThA TIMT fVinn li Afxi- cine is Pisos Cure for CoasusrpnoN Children tako it without objection By all druggists 25c CBBFS WMF1F 111 IS- - Surgery The effects of Frownlne on the Condition of Baslness said a When shall I call again man who had brought a bill to Colonel Wimbcrly Wolkyou might call next Tnes IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY AS WELLASQNE 0FTHE OLDEST HAVING BEEN IN THE SAftE LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR ilOR IN THIS TOWN RED HOUSE KY mch2I iy PARRISH TURNER day On tho following Tuesday tho man Well promptly presented himself Colonel said he I have called Yes so I see Can you do any thing for me No I am sorry to say When shall 1 call again Well say next Monday The man was on hand the following Monday Do any thing to day Colonel Well no not toilajJ Whon shall I call again Oh any timo you feel liko it But the question is when aro you going lo pay mo Why I dont know any Pay you thing about that I am getting tired of your prom- Â¬ Why Tvo made no Promises promises You asked mo when you might call again and I told you No- Â¬ ticed that your visits were becoming freqnont but attributed thorn to yon aro There your sociability M doar sir dont you frowning know that mon who go about the neighborhood frowning injure trade They cause busine s men to feel de-Â¬ pressed and consequently lose con- Â¬ fidence in each other Ha von t you noticed how much better tradois when ovory body is cheerful Arkamaio Traveler We keep constantly on hand a large stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE of all kind as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE- Â¬ RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all goods in other lines that wc handle Special attention given to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts c for Tobacco Barns We are the agents or the most celebrated wings Tbe bens sat on the nest and some were sitting down in the mnddy la- Â¬ goon I watched thoni carefully for nearly an hour and looked at cvory nest to see if the legs were extended aoB the side In no case did I see a leg I saw the birds go on to tho nest and sit down I saw them get up and step down from the nest In every instance the legs were folded under the bird in the usual manner In my opinion my observation sottlos tho point as to tlte mode of sitting for oveu if as I had been assured tho birds sit both ways it is improbable that among the hundreds thon sitting not one would have extended its legs Remembering the length of the flamingos legs it is evident that on a new nest not more than eight inchos high the hen could not sit nor would oven the highest nest allow of tbe logs being extended white tbe bird sat upon it AHttttceiUh Cetitinf SWELL COACHMEN The Very TlxeIulro Club Organized by Sra Yorks insh Toiicd Jokus The swell ooachnwn have organized a club Dmt laugh for it is not a laughing matter I assure yeu They have a swell suit of rooms on Third avenue near Sixtieth street and there they discuss the failings of thoir mas- Â¬ ters and mistresses The new organ- Â¬ ization is very exclusive Oae black- Â¬ ball will prevent the entrance of a proposed member but applicants do not have their individual worth considered The question of is decided en- Â¬ their admission tirely by the wealth and sooial status of their employers Those who drive for the newly rich are contempt- Â¬ uously spoken of as shoddyite coach- Â¬ Mom men and are rigidly excluded bora rank according to the wealth and standing of those for whom they drive There was considerable dispute as to whether Mr Vanderb ills or Mr As- Â¬ ters coachman should be elected president but the latter finally won the effioe He is by the way a man of great hateur ami ia private llfo is addicted to resplendent necktios For that article of attire alone he expends never Ices than Iweaty firo dollars each month Fact I assure you if Y Cr PkitoMxkia limes J A Higglns W liEff GROCERY OH UPPER STREET Attorneys At Law RICHMOND KY Special attention given to abstracting titles to lauds in Eastern Kentucky Office in Cijmax building 8 E Corner Main and Second Streets- up June 22 tf stairs - Beet Conch Syrup Tsstoigood Cse lauae poia pyorcgcigta fill mar7 6ni Farming Implements and Machinery We call attention to a few that wc keep and are agents for The Walter A Woods Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers The Buckeye Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers The Celebrated Oliver Chilled Plows over 1500 of them having been sold by us They have no equal None better Meikel Steel Plows and Double Shovels James H Halls Steel Hill Side and Turning Plows The Celebrated Browns Walking and Riding Cultivators The Celebrated Big Injun Sulky Plow only has to be seen to know that itisthe best in the market The Keystone Disk Harrow that is pronounced the best in use The Only Reliable Corn Planter Vandirer Rotary Ask all who have used them At least 100 of them in use inthe county The Evans Corn Drill the only one that has proved a perfect success Have sold them for years The Celebrated Bell City Feed Cutter both Tor power and hand None ccjual to t it Also a full line of other kinds of Feed Catterfe T -1 - The Celebrated Old Hickory FarmWag- o5- CANINE CONSCIENCE Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands of RICHMOND KENTUCKY Roasted Coffee A R Bnr OFFICE with C F Pure Rio Combination of Rio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocha June 23 tt Pure Private Plantation Java Pure Arabian Mocha and Genuine nam on First Street Male Berry Java These goods are all kept in air tight tin cans J A SULLIVAN New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and qualities Xaaw Attorney at Xjaw E T BURNAM L0 TOURIST RATES rol good lor 80 days with stop over privileges eaa be obtained bora St to Jreat Fails Mon Â¬ tana the comtog siamjiactmiDg centra ot tlie For S4750 a Srst dass re and trip ticirt northwest andreturn aa BaintFaalgM Attorney at Miller Jrom pc dactlonsHIS atiuu b east and scrath Bates cormpondiiigly as will be named to points in Minnesota and upon tJil2L Sk AtllTOBAa stimul o r OnlyS50 to llel a Bimilnrw 1 ts flaw Pedro Dwpoinl of the Chain tVJilch Bad Kpt Him Prisoner TeH yeu another dog story Let me see and tbe invalid doctor Hfied Ms lame leg into a chair and scratched his Imad I never tohl you about ohl Podro lie was the Fpeehjtl friend of all the children in the neighbor hood and had a mst reÂ¬ markable memory lie was a water spaawl with a big head long oars and a kind face was fa lazy and Tbe children erfotly harmless Jisad him for a foot steel sat upon him dressed him in gay calloe pinned his shaggy ears back with burdock burs and he seemed to like their O e summer an frolics immensely ordiaaaoe was passed by tbe village trustees requiring all dogs to bo ranzztod Podro was instead fast- Â¬ ened with a peculiarly made chain which had once done service in a suc- Â¬ tion pniwp It was not heavy but one would never forget the odd shajie of its links A heln was cut side of a wotk through tlte and the cbaiR shop was fastened with a sirong staple to a johrt which was exposed when the hole was cut Pedro was a very unwilling pris- Â¬ oner for a weak when one morning he was found lyiug on the doorstep collar chain and staple gone lie had gnawed the staple out and had polled the collar off over his head None of his fa itenJng could be found high or low Two years afterward the chain and cellar were dug out of a pile of ashes in t lie fir back cad of tbe lot The dipgers kuew that Pedro had buried the in They whistled and he soon rautc bounding to the spot ex pectin r fun of mmho kind The diggers pointed to tbe chain Pedro looked down at it smell I of it dropped his tail between Jrs legs cowered and whined pitcoualy lucrey knowing his guilt was found out at last and Did be get expecting no mercy Not much Hs get a big whipped ehauk bone to gaaw nad the children Buffa Â¬ wasted le give him fBie4ol lo BfrcH STAPLE -- PAIT0Y GROCERIES Etc ises strrt RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE on First street same as formerly occupied by County Judge oct6 kota or Paget Sound and tbe Fad Coast For farther parUcalaa address H E Tupper District Passenter Jg nt 232 South Clark Street Chicago BL or C H WAiaa General Passenger Agent St Paul Minn 107 Da Â¬ Queensware Glassware Woodeinvre Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs ly CJU TOBACCOS OIGAHS 00 iflsTf J3 SUM T J SCOTT Attorney at Xaaw Office on Second 3i Si tt Ill - s s tWlllBIl awiiiiji Jl itHna iBiisy uhjirt2paia 1 Si 4 mmi U friu n 1 auglO 1 y RICHMOND KYI Street June 22 tf J23iv25 26273S 7t SMtMSbt i i SI 78 IT 11M IS 57 3 11 IMjUiMftTOft Ik a hipi 34 hi IT CINCINNATI 2 - SUhY4m Attorney at Office CS POWELL Xaaw7 lir StKlll z IS WtSS32 lll I 17 H 1 a an ye havcalso taken the agency fqr the Crokcr Frrtilizenand GhemicaljCos Fertilizer that is pronounced the bestfiriilhciUnited States Try it on corn tobacco potatoes and wheat tri fact anything that grows ----- Â¬ RICHMOND KY on Second Street June 22 tf 6et 17 aiis5iiii2 41 wu 1 12 12 14 T 19 -- li n M 15 M 17 P rr fr HISTORICAL FACTS How Caution and Iinporttallty Were Im Â¬ pressed Upon Ton Itanke It is stated that whon Leopold Ton fianke began to collect facts for his history a singular accident occurred in his native town A bridge gave way ono morning and some persons were swept away in tho current be noath Von Bnnke who was absent at tho time on his return inquired in- Â¬ to tho details of the catastrophe I saw the bridge fall said one of the neighbors A heavy wain had just passed over it and weakened It Two womon were on it when it felL and a soldier on a wjiito horse I saw it fall declared anothery but the wain had passed ever It two hours The foot passengers wera previous children and tho rider a civilian on a black horse Now argued Von Ranko if It is impossible to learn the truth about an accident which happened at broad noonday only twenty four hourj ago how oan I declare anyact to bo cer Â¬ tain which is shrouded in the darkness The Blessed Leap Year of ton centuries To this trivial in- Â¬ Miss E he Ami so you are really cident which to many persons would have borne no lesson was due much engaged to Mr Sampson CUra Yos it all of his caution and impartiality Miss Clara Mushing Chambers Journal happened last evening Etlial Miss Ethel What a blessing leap year is dearl 2 T Bdn - - - we eellrand who buys them and any one thatwarits to satisfy himself as regards satisfaction that they give can - tSfWe keep a list of all Farmingtlmplements that ask parties using them f li CF Xaaw Attorney atand adjoining Will practice in Madbon 11 A J REED TStt nil 41 counties ana in the Coart of Apiieah Office In slsT7 i leouggijuMiM j Dec 1919 aa l3SS7 a T 81 w is 12 vi1 0 M iVis sir 11II2 S9 s3 We are determined to keep goods for all The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairyV-The Farmer can- find all he wants under our roof Machinery Tratc chains Hames Hay forks Shovels c The Carpenter and Builder can find all he wants The Blacksmith and WooJ workman can find the only complete stock of Iron Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the town Wc of course cant enumerate all the goods we handle but ask all to come and see for themselves the stock of goods we keep in our 127 foot store house- - They will find IPIPJPII GRAND JUBILEE celebrating the office over Circuit Clerks office June 22 tf in Master Commissioners iriAa 1 13 14 IS Salttont of tfta Northwestern Territory UNSURPASSED DISPLAY Hs Attorney at Xiaw RICHMOND KY7 Office corner Main and Firef streels up stairs over Ramseys 1- - WSMOBERLEY EXCURSION RATES FROHS ALL POiNTS maJ33 3ra THEBE FLOORS PIJLL OF USEFUL GOODS We also run a TIN SHOP In connection with our business and only employ the most competent workmen Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic himself will give special attention to alt work done in that line ROOFING GUTTERING RE- Â¬ PAIRING C as he has done in the past Our long experience in our business enables us to e well up in it in the way of markets and buying our goods stncuy tor casn cnmes us 10 ouy at tne Bottom price and that benefit we give to our customers Dont forget that you can alwajre find the lowest prices and the best goods at the old reliable house of Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Shingles Laths 3yEXEK3 STfz 1 GALT -- - HOUSE this ad then act tuey v l And hoooratle rmptoTtneu tttat wHi sat lake them from their homes and families The profits made and are bow taking several nnndeni dollars a maln His easy for any one w make W ami upwards per ty who DKto-work BttnersexyaBgor oid erI EverythiiJ tal not needed we Mart j on new y speetal aMItr reqotred T Tender can Co It as well as any one write rr to an at once for fall parUcilarv whH matt free Address Sttesu A Co Port fc i Rewarded ap those whoreaJ Maine nov A - LOUISVILLE KY The Largest and Finest Hotel BUILDERS AND 1 SHACKELFORD GENTRY mchJi tf CO- - 2nd Presbyterian Church Bichmond Ky mays tf Lime Cement Hair RoMgh and Brassed Iinmber Rates2io to Main Street below - va GOlffTRACTORSn The trodersigfted wooW respectful nouncevto those eonteJating buduing that the arc prepared to contract for - Per Day BHMYEES ti l - According to Tooms BmLnbo of Svkry Dbscriptios Satfefettfen gaarantectf Turkish and- Rusarian - Ffafhrf in Estimates made free e charge Pi111 Hotel furnished oh application n short nOiceLONCi ft COLEV oct26 1y apr 1 itf C mtnu ftmand Builders R- - 5z c-f-r- 1 t 1 - - Jk rums t 4i - l vtsjsfc - i w i t r - - - - f i jatz jt iimi mt jt - v - -- - tajr - 5A -- - MtKuiaf friwEEsrnV iei i a T- mj c i 2ek9t iwi i- 5 - - j an- 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