You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Climax (Richmond, Ky.): July 25, 1888 Climax (Richmond, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Climax Printing Co. Richmond, KY 1888 ric1888072501_sn86069161 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Climax (Richmond, Ky.): July 25, 1888 Climax (Richmond, Ky.) Climax Printing Co. Richmond, KY 1888 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. TTPssnfssra jgyssrsfsr- - jp vm 1 B f f f5se- - ee3iSssf FLOWERS Aboiit K cm - iffiilfe TtHPW rmt Shows tlwauh I -- Pi 4v NUMBER iTi 4 it 6 toltoie tk -- ftigHMQND i3MISQK COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JULY 25 1888 0od ilCart bnt Hf JWVnlrtrta nnHt Sho was extravagant in expenditure 616 broke down all the barriers of etiquette at tho court and talked and laughed with whom she ploased and acted as a child of fifteen The women at tho court began to hate her and even the men began to show signs of hatred 8ho flirted with the young nobles and walked with thorn in tho gardens as familiarly as if eho had known them all her life Her conduct gave rise to the basest kind of accusations against her Tho acts which destroyed Marie Antoinette Yycre formed at ibe foot of tho throne Her early ttducalion was miserable iVwlng her early childhood at the Austrian court she was given up to frlrolity and at Versailles sho was placed under tho guidance of the Abb Vermond to pursuo her education The educational snbstanco ho dealt out to her was indeed frivolous He was ono of tho most miserable guides for education that could have been found in tno world Her library was composed of books that could not be more worthless These same works afterwards roprinted wore hot allowed U be sold in Paris Her mother Maria Theresa hail tried tall her means to make some thing ot her daughter but many tlmos sho gave up in despair Many times sbo had prophesied that she would be brought to disgrace She hated Tur got tho only man in franco who could savo th5 monarchy yot she droVc Louis to dismiss him from office and tried with all her influence to have him thrown in the Bastllc She was as brave as her husband and showed a great quality of firmness itl the prison and on the scaffold Her character may b6 sVtmmed up as nat- Â¬ urally good natured warm hearted rr based on a wrong principal He still held that contending counselors should do their best to represent or misrepre- Â¬ sent thoy having nothing to do with absolute equity or truth It was for tho court and Jury to decide after all tho fair or unfair crossing of logical swords Rev Dr G A ISartot - COLORING A Sew Tork Shall T05i Trlcki of HI Tradf I write your name PorUt Talk tills How wiR yon do it asked a re porter of tbls dealer who was handling a beautiful jacqueminot rose As easily as writing on paper with a pencil and without in jaring tlui rose in any way Tell me about the process It js done ly an eAootric noodle Tho noodle consists of a very fino plcco of plrtinnm wire and is ooftaooted wth a very powerful battery Hie roso must of course be handled very carefully or the entire flower will bo destroyed Take oe of the leaves of tjo 11 wc r one of the matt jVonriiiont perfect tffte and place ones and Thon with under it jhcwj of glass the Kccdle tjHickly write your iianie over the kal The rrcetBe mnst bo held vary tightly btrtit nrautmicli the flow- Â¬ er Tc electricity conveyed through the rccdle kills the parte that it touches and drives all tho color Tout Scaving the name distinctly wriltoD This will show best on colored Bowers like this red rose or on a yellow flowÂ¬ er It can bo dono on a white leaf cat does not show as well as on the color Can yon make while carnations green Forum Very easily Some florists claim Ihat coloring flowers is a trade ssprot 1 titith nothing of the sort Virion the Imcrald ball was given In Brooklyn green tipped carnations were Very prominent in the dire rations Every one present at the ball worn some of these odd looking flowers in their oats A great many persons thought thai they had really grown as they apÂ¬ peared that evening and I b Here E3me amateur gardeners havo beon irjirg to buy some of the plants to row in their gardens this summer Aiy body wIhj wants to can easily some of javo these flowers Tiiry are only tho ordinary white car Â¬ nations colored and iastoad of being a trade secret it is just the result of a Mle chemical experiment One way to color these flowers is to doctor them while they are growing This is done by feeding into tho stems of each flower a weak solution of car loiie acid The acid must not be sTong enough to injure the plant and jjst enough should be put in tho flcm for it lo soak into the bud and flowc- TJiis will give the flower a greenish tint when it has opened and to make the color deeper the flower should be washed in a solution of car lxIic ac d after it has been picked This method can be used when a number of the colored flowers are wnnUid ns they can bo dipped into the solution a handful at tho time The color does not lake hold of the flowers iu ah artistic wanner but ap Â¬ pear in blotches on the loaves If tine is no object OiVcry pretty color- Â¬ ing can bo given to the flowers ALer Ifcey Tiave been prckea the Zttcs should be carefully squeezed in jo bands utU otely tho edges of the leaves re let exposed TJieso should be hold In the fjinosof sulphur for a short time and lljcn he flowers dropped into a green Cyc The dye will color the flower j ist where the color fumes havo lunched By this raonns and by ex rrcising a little care the flowers can bo made to look very prettyThe edges of the loaves can be colored green and a light green streak can be naJo to rua down the voins of the leaves The white carnations can bo nuJo blHe greon yellow purple tlv k or any color that one may - frank extravagant without reflection and frivolous Prof Andrew D mile PAWNBROKERS PRICES wish Is flowers it possible to color other Just as easily as to color the car ctions Lily of the valley can be roado blue or red or any color I have taken a spray of lily of the val Â¬ ley a d made one of the little bells green another rod another bine and yellow and so on The large lilies can be made to look very peculiar Tfciy can easily be colored and their ixanic3 and dates can be writton on their lare leaves Any lover who might wish could send lots of letters to some fair lady in this way and no one would ever dream of examining the leaves of lilies or roses to find mes Â¬ sages of affection If any one liked too he could arrange quite a pretty code of signals with hq pddly colored fbwers A blue rose might moan one word a green carnation another and so on using yellow lilies of the val Â¬ ley purple pinki vioYet chrysanthe rcens and so on Different colora on tho came flowers could be made to mean any thing In fact a new lan gsaje ot flowers will have to bo arranged to suit those new colored floral beauties The process of putÂ¬ ting carbolic acid on the stems of car nylons to color them was I believe discovered by a New York boy who had spent a great many months ex Â¬ perimenting Since the Emerald ball they have leen named the Emerald pinkA Mail and Express r LOUIS THE nT SIXTEENTH Wakne jrl TrlTolIU tlB Klnc of Mnrle Antoinette If one were to take up the writings of a French royalist the King will be 8edt d fs grave and scholarly but rnn the democratic side was an h - entirely different view In the Icttc s of Jefferson ho is called a fool sp c of the great attempts he made o savo himself from tho scaffold On tho pa traits we soe of Louis his face Pars timid shy bashful kindly good Louie was a man who horud little prominence and no en TSy H was a person who would do nn man harm and any man good gol husband and a good man had the times p rmitied it his wife and wmilr ever true a true Christian al Â¬ though never saying much of bis be Cfj generous even when he m pnched himself He never erxed happier than when empty lS ins ik k Is among the poor te tillagwi life writings betokon toa y jow r They showed that he anr inifs iried to think and somc mei succe dod lit had made him elf arq uintel whi htorieal facts of a cu racier that woull noi make biro Ui - muck lli k- Jmlgrt of goog plr was goo C In no wiw oxtreme y Snoratit of ibe true spirit of bis neJ and even of the iustiutions of Lmis in ordinary time was ne of ii0 bet 6 tjg but in nlled times one at lite worst H Ta hrave and had- the Wood f Kn S generation of Kings in Jiis VCjIU Even when ha came npotke ffoIl be conduotod lilmsolf la the rest manner H wife Marie Aa- omcte the daughter of the great iress of Germany was a peregu of cents in town Not much vou cant I know I kin Til give sixtoen cents for all you can git for twenty cents good as this 10 Websters Unabridged Diction- Â¬ Til give you twenty one cents if ary in good condition will get 5 youll throw in a card of hooks an Medical instruments in pocket cases eyes bring from 1 to 10 At 10 they Cant do it have to be of the best quality becauso Well say a spool o throad they are left on our hands it is hard if Im Iosin money as it is to get any thing worth while on them La Sam Til bet you mako ten if they go to auction so few people cents a yard on that gingham You care to buy them kin put in a card o buttons any- Â¬ Umbrellas make a part of tho how business They bring from 25 cents Til say six buttons up to 5 according to style and quali Why cant you make it a dozen ty We dont get many ladies shades Oi Im losin monoy now or sun umbrellas Mon are our chief How you talkl customers Its to Rimnants of silk woolen and Well gimme a yard an tho six tweed goods are takch Mens boots buttons an a stick o pep mint candy 50 cents to 1 for the baby But and shoos bring from Tm gittin cheated There is a big business in musical in- Â¬ Take your pay in aigs wont you struments violins banjos guitar No I conldnL mandolines accordions concertinas Aint aigs same ez money cornets flutes and flageolets Wo give Nop on violins all the wayirom 1 to 50 Well you storekeepers do beat all 5 to 810 on and on cornets from at makin a bargain You don t leave 2 to 10 on guitars and banjos a body a foot to stand on Detroit mandolins from 2 to 15 according Free Press to style on a piano we give from 60 up to 200 according to mako and VEIGHT OF COTTON finish Pistols will draw from 25 cents up Why It Varies Almost Etpi Sllnntn of the Buy and Sight to 5 guns single and double-barrele- d Cotton is the most troublesome sta from 2 to 25 clocks 50 cents to 10 ladies leather hand sacks 50 plo of tho worlds commerce From cents to 3 according to size and the hour ol picking until tha moment quality Russian leather brings the it passes out of the loom as fabric it is suscopliblo of a million changes each best rates Mens leather valises aro worth one of which Affects its value on tho i 2 to 30 according to size and market A bale of cotton is so sensi-Â¬ 10 2 to bed Â¬ tive to boat and moisture that tho make up trunks spreads 50 cents to 5 M T Tele- Â¬ weight varies every minute of tho day as you will find by actual experiment gram On this account buyers and sellers are m fc represented at tho conpresscs by men A WRONG PRINCIPLE who aro styled weighers but whoso Eminent Lawyers Who Swell in the Bor Â¬ duties are something more than recording weight or checking off derland ot Bribery On their judgment tho value The custom of paying eminent bar Â¬ receipts or consignment risters largo retainers to hold their of a shipment and not appear on the other can bo increased er dlminishobTJevcrar loinies aideT has the feature of own cousin to hundred dollars hence factories aro a bribe especially if any jurist so careful to plnco only their clearest afc the committed stiffles his convictions and headed and most reliable men to see injustice done scales A daub of mud at one corner looks on quietly treasurer of a of a balo may justify rebates with one I was informed by the fifty years ago package white on another thesbliers Massachusetts railroad to that to get ahead of parties wishing to representative would not eonscnt efÂ¬ tap it with a rival road ho ran with any dectucflons Tho deleterious all haste to Daniel Websters office fects of exposure to weather can be Webster who had tiniated at a glance bv a skillful man across the way tho process ot been already approached but not re-Â¬ but nevertheless Â¬ tained in the ndverso interest and weighing Is accompanied by more fre proferred the new- Â¬ quent coniontioT than any other part who perhaps Then you must ro comers canseanswered in guttcral of the business any crooked work has tones that made the treasurer shudder member that if can bo Thore are no bones broken there is beon done a halo of cotton and put the retainer traced all tho way from the mill no blood spilt hundred hands nntil yon of live hundred easily earned dollars through a pocket That minister of finally reaon the planter who sold it in in his vest Louis tho law part of whoso office it is to tho first place St oheck bribory is himself bribed who which ho for pay undertakes a case which ho What looked like tho largest thinks be can carry but and longest bad and who slraightesf soundest knows or bolioves to bo everfloated down tho Cum- Â¬ walnut it ou pHrely technical grounds berlandlog ures reached Nashville tho other trinst the srdrit with no weight to his day It bolonged to a green looking anrumonU that have mtiv4nrrrnr- - Tiftr- - countryman who gave good reasons ti- own roinai ji i It yet strong hold on why he must sell it immediately tho a bully too theory of foren Â¬ was such a fino log that despite court and bar has the owners anxiety to sell it fetched al Â¬ sic fliftn in which as on the actual most its apparent value In due course comes bftUle field whatever weapon taken out of the water i i i irfui ihatlsiimallv failed of lime it was be a sycamore log with anil pjoved to oxcelont in trying to conviaoe that Iiom I well walrfut bark taoked all over it in tho man 4nd eminent judge me greens most artistic manner knew Chief Justice Lemuel Shaw that countryman has not been seen since way any tho prao ice of tfee baf was la A pawubroker on Third avenue in answor to a reporters question as to what class of articles wcro most taken inover his counter replied Watches chains diamonds of all kinds in rings studs ear rings collar buttons iobkota and breastpins AVe give on diamonds from 10 to 300 or about two thirds of their value at wholesale prices At retail a man might pay 50 for a dia- Â¬ mond that might not be worth 10 How can you tell tho value of o diamond By the eyo only and If one is ac- Â¬ customed to handling them it comes easy lo tell a pure white diamond at a glance It is impossible to counter- Â¬ feit one by the art of man What kind of watches do you take Iho most of Wol tho rate is two thirds silver to iomthird gold The highest we give on a silver watch is 10 and tho lowest 1 50 On gold watches wo give all tho way up from 10 to 200 The highest is for one of Jules Jurgensens Geneva chronometers Xcxt to jewelry comes mens cloth- Â¬ ing in suits on which we allow all tho way np from 2 to 25 on over- Â¬ coats from SI to 20 or S30 depend in on tho quality of tho article pants aud vests from 60 cents to S5 Womens goods dresses sacks shawls etc are worth all the way from 50 cents to 20 After these como carpenters and machinists tools of all kinds Then books of all kinds Medical books folch the highest rates from 2 to An Interesting Chat milh One or Gothams Uonest Uncles COUNTRY STORE TRADE flow Barcalns Are Clinched A itttral Mercantile Emporiums This is tho way they do business at the cross roads storo where they havo plenty of tlmo for It The systom has not yet gone into effect in the large dry goods emporiums of the cities Old lady in pink slat snn bonnet and a gown made of fivoand a quarter yards of calioo enters adjusti her glasses and looks flt the thfeo pieces ot gtnghflm on the shelf TLriy thing I can show you to day Mrs Skinner asks tho proprietor coming forward with his mouth full of pickles and cheese Idunno says Mrs Skinner Got a fino lino o ginghams Just in I dunno butt might took atem No charge for that 1 reckon Oh no M course not Now heVdfl a mighty nice piece 6 breSn and red plaifl I dunno as Hike plaid Well heres a blue and white check I hadnt callated on gittin a check Well now heres a green and white piece Ive hitd so many green and white ginghams I thought Id liko someÂ¬ thing different this time Theyre mighty good colors Mrs Skinner Ive an idea the plaidll run in washin What Gingham like that rnnl That ginghamll wash long as theres arag of it and never fade I aint so su Wo that Chaw a piece and see Nom that ginghamll bile like muslin Dont you see it says fast colors on the label Aw that drint count fer nothin1 nowndsyi How much Is It Twenty five cents a yard How much Twenty fivo cents Fer gingham liko fAai Yesm an cheap at thatv My laiidl ve bought better gingÂ¬ ham a many an a many a time fer a Bhillia FOOD FOR CHILDREN The Healthful Nourishment or Battel at Weaning Time What shall I food tho baby This perplexing question confronts all nursing mothers when the tinlo ap pronches fof ihe lender nestling td gv6 up liis swocl and cherished nonri ishraent perfectly provided by natl ure I have boon surprised and amused by the widely different theories of mothers upon this food quostion One Common Sense in the treatment of slight ailments would save a vast amount bi sirktis nuiimiserjrt OnehrAyerfliilKjlaksh attar dttiUer vlll assist Digestion taken at night will rolieve tonsliaton taken at any time will correct irregu- Â¬ larities fat the Stoniatlt and Sowcb fclliilulaW The Novelties and New Goods in every department cause all who visit the- to tiller eiclatnatjpn matron laughingly remarks thnther youngest has not yet eaten any thing but thnt ho Is as likely to begin with a picklo of an egg as with any thing Ihe Xiivcfi him euro Sic Headache Ayera Pills as all know who use them are a mild cathartic pleasant to take and always prompt and satisfactory in their results rt can recommend Ayers Tills I all others having long proved their value as a Every line we carry is complete aBd prices NEVER WERE SO LOW FOR of surprise and pleasure CASH AS TllEY NOW ARE We lure undoubtedly the prettiest line of Satteens ever brought to this city ami every style and price from the cheapest Atflericari irt the finest French Satteens can be bund in this Stock Our Eastern importations of BUSY BEE CASH STORE iess BOYS YOUTHS and GEILDEEFS CLOTHING ckefhsre as you will certainly save money by so deing alre Hess else To Hits class belongs the little tooth Of whom I saw feeding HSU blacki berry po to her baby not yet WeAiied Quito tit the other ex reme is tho anxious mother who congratulates lior solf that at last sho has found a food upon which her ailing Infant thrives And thnt food gentle reader is brnul The market is flooded with patented dietetic preparations any of which maybe adopted as asubstitutd for mothers milk upon the advicd of a compotont physician For tho eorjsoi latlqn of mothers who can riot reaUlly obtain those however1 I quolo the fol- Â¬ lowing from the pen of a prominent Brooklyn aro physician Some arrant lrauds being nothing but sugar-of-mli- k and really relying upon added milk for any nourishment they may afford others are compound of starchy foods and sugar 8inrcKsuch asi arrowHoOt farina etc is Hot J Miitnble Idodfof he majority of babies It had better not be used unless par- Â¬ tially changed by cooking or by tho addition iof ronlt etc- - into dcxtrlno and sugar Hut the best of theso foods arc in reality quite expensive and Isomo of them require milk to be add- Â¬ ed for inyself and fiunilyH Leitlisvill6la Cathartic T J Ayers Tills hire been ih hse hi my fainily upwards Dl twenty rears an have completely verified ail that i claimed for them Thomas 1 Adams Sau Diego Texas used Ayers Pills in ray fami- Â¬ I hare ly for neven or eight years Whenever I have an attack of headache to w lik h I am Very subject I take a doee of Aj itk Pills and am always piomjvtly reiu il I lind theUl bqually berefichl in colils and irt iny family t they are u fr bilious complaints and other isliirb ances with such good effect that we rarely If ever have to calLa physkian H Viral heme Hotel ToullicwC Sara Â¬ toga Springs N Vi 1 are marvels of Beauty and Style that can not be excelled BEST BRANDS of CALICOES suclr as Manchester Merrimac Cochcga Hamilton Pacific Etc All five cents per yard and new spring styles full and complete We have just received ttock of ah MEFS L DOSJGLSS FOR UEXTLEMBX and we earnestly ask every lady to examine this stook before buying We lead the market in S3 Skos Carpets -- Oil Cloths Rugs Lacs Curtains Curtain Poles frunks Yalisss wf c mm a Ayers Pills rREPAEKD ET Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass Sold by all Dealers In Medicine 43 The only fine calf 3 Seamless Shoe in We CAN SAVE YOU FROM the world made without tacks Childrens Shoes you buy from us As stylish and durable as those costing 5 or J6 atld having fio lacks or nails td wear the stocking or hurt the feel make them as comfortable and well fitting as a Jun22tf hand sewed shoe Buy the best None genuine unless stamped on bottom W L Douglas 3 Shoe warranted W L DOUGLAS 4 SHOE the original and only nanu sewea welt f4 shoe which equals custom made shoes costing from 6 or--n- TWENTY FIVE CENTS TO ONE DOLLAR on every yait MeV Ladies RAMSEiY SPwriM Proprietors Busv Bee Cask Stewt mlinBlii J SrEED SMITH CHAS S POWHL OLDHAM THE CORNER SABDIERY rith iera ood SMITH POWELL will the tofc W L DOUGLAS 250 SHOE is unex celled for heaVy teaf 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 gress Button and Lace and if not sold by your dealer write W L DOUGLAS Brockton Mass Agent Richmond Ky JACK FKEEMAX febl util Fire Insurance Call your attention to their commodious and elegant house Main and becond btreets iuchmotiu hy We represent ten of the strong Â¬ est Fire Insurance Companies in corner of the world We represent Ute Company that 19 the largest capital in the world the Compagy that has the largest paid ap capita in the world the Company that has the largest aeeets in the weeWj hly and and rip- - BUY CHEAP nera ave ear oar bop F leh- - It want soch thing ginghdm as this It was a leetla better if any This ging- Â¬ ham cost mo twenty four cents Then you got dreadfully cheated Ild be a bargain at thirty cents Pshaw man yon crazy Now Jookee here Sam Peters rilgivoyon twenty cents a yard for that gingham An1 Its all I will give Cant do it Mr Bklnncft Bay twontynhfee an Pll do it but Ill lose money Twentys all Til give Til split the difference an say twenty two and one halt Talnt wuth it Sam Its wuth two bits I guess yer mistaken Pshawl -Deed it is I kin git hotter gingham fer fifteen w-ti Mothers who havo tried the feeding problom in thelf Own nufsefies Will ngrtd that ho oho perfect nutrient has been made Ono weanling peremp- Â¬ torily refuses tho regimen which an other baby of tho same age accepts satlsfnelidni with most evident FufthBrinofe all children when de- Â¬ prived of the mothers milk cravo a somewhat variod diet We must not forget that children enn not cut teeth dovclop brain nerve and musclo with- Â¬ out somo phosphate bearing or bone mnking food Therefore mothorsdo not needlessly feed baby iipoA stn16 EHo flour grocers crackers sweetcakes tatts or bread soaked in Co floe Buy tho purest nnd nd white best brands of Graham crackers to glvo with cV withqut milk alternately with purf sweet home made provisions bnt not as exÂ¬ clusive diet Delicate warm gruels are both soothing and nourishing to tho tooth- Â¬ ing feverish- - child who would per Â¬ haps resist sleep for hours if given a cold suppor tJruol or porfldge may bd made of sifted Graham flour or from what Is still better tho fine flour of the en tiro wheat manufactured by numerÂ¬ ous other mills throughout the conn try It contains the nutritive prop- Â¬ erties of tho wheat minus the bran of the Graham flour The mother can make from this flour very wholcsomo little crackers or thin biscuit for her children nsing sweet cream and a little butter for shortening with no baking powder Ladies Home Journal COLLEGE Does tho Man Who Patent Mushy PAINTS MADS OF Water Benzine Rosin Barytus j -- THE To get a Flrat ClasslYatch is in our Co OperUve Clubs BSf WA if psirc IS QB S There is io shop 111 Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance aud tiie rjiiftlity of the goods they offer is in keeping with the house They have the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles made in their shop of the best materials They have 4STE2 m LOWEST CASH PRiSES lslliP Every Style and Variety of Harness the only Company in the world that pays its losses without die- count and does not make joh agree in its policy to wait sixty days after a fire togetyoorwoney All Companies charge the sane rate then telle i I ikee 1UQ Mil 3olia AJVI OTHER- - ill MiUtWV WHBfl ing in our Co H 6K1 W H8U Cheap Stuff Which cost to produce from SO TO Thousands of tho best 38od Sold Watch ever made aro soil Â¬ M P GALLON Â¬ The manufacturers of same direct that they be flowed on because they havo no body and hence they will not cover and therefore will require about twice the amount of paint to cover the same amount of surface that any Pure Linseed Oil and Lead well rubbed out properly applied will cover Â¬ ftttiruriee aeeuraty dura Wltfy and terviee toantj7S Watefu Onr co operative Clnb System brings them within the reach r every one This is the Jl st Clieapeit 2Imt Convenient and only co operative System of felling watches The watches aro American Lever Etest Winders containing every essential to accuracy ami dura- Â¬ bility and have in addition numerous patented improvements found in no other watch They ore absolutely the only Bint and Itampprorf Karr mentt mado in the World and aro jeweled throughout with tiEXUIXE HVB1JZS The PpttntStem Mind and Set fa the strongest and HmplSsi made XTuif nth futiu equal of ap operative Clubs home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted Theif stock of Buirsy Eobes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as ele- goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber grtnfce and comfort Buggy whips Of whalebone riding whips of cowhide wagon whips of best leather whip gttfeks of leather and wood Spurs in variety Silver plated nickle plated and tfccklcH stirrupsBridles of every description fancy and plain delicate slnd strong shop made and city made Felt saddle blankets tho noted Bakers horse blankets horse boots c toe weights girts brushes curry combs spunges A lull line of collars hamos trace chains back bands liame strings plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners - Why not Insure in the Best Insure your house and eontents and sleep soundly it will be too late after yon are burned eat Our Companies have ever 4 000000 capital ami over 180 000000 assets via Liverpool Loh4o Globe fJtfafdisR Queen Mae toe tall i Commercial UntoH Howe LancasMre Hartford German FiremamFtmd National Total JAsete4471fc3 ao334 S6ft 2417615 tia 15- fa - 79S Mwt 5M4 31 2e6s7 2181015 t at J d WKCiFl warn 9 Cb wm If HAVE Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed P O Box 928 FbUa Pa saddler and harness house WorefcrtoinrCum l AGENTS Grcwewcj WANTED jfEfKemember the place Herndons Corner Main ami Second Clubs Constantly Fomins Jcin Nov and Save Honey Streets 1 the KEYSTONE WATOH CLUB CO C3G Clictnut St TURFMEN CAN FIND ANY THING IN TI1EIII LINE en x re r 119121514 iral apriS 9m t It Ill WC mch ACErCIC8 in EVERT LARCC ClTT E WANT ACZr7S CVCn YWH ERE ij 6m W janu iy C GORMLEY CO ADRUFF My pers jLuia PROFESSORS j Host Teach the Best So far as I can learn the solo ques- Â¬ tion askod nowadays when a professor is to be appointed to a chair at the universities is Whether ho be the man among the candidates who knows most or rather who has tho reputa- Â¬ tion of knowing most of the subject which he proposes to teach This point being ascertained and nothing serious alleged against his moral con- Â¬ duct the fortunate gentleman re- Â¬ ceives his appointment as a matter of course Even electors who person- Â¬ ally detest the notorious opinions of tho professor on religion or politics acquiesce choerfully in tho choice ap Â¬ parently satfsfiod that he will carve out to his students the particular pound of knowledge ho is bound to give them and not a drop of blood besides The aamo principle I pre Â¬ sume I have little information on tho subject prevails in schools genoralty as it does in private education A professor or goyerness is engaged to instruct boys or girls let ns say in Latin history or physiology and it is assumed that he or sho will act pre- Â¬ cisely like a teaching machine for that particular subject and never step be-Â¬ yond its borders A little common sense would dissipate this idle pre sninptlon supposing it to be really and that the mania entertainod sheer knowledge for cramming down the throats of tho young docs not make elders their wilfully disregardful of the moral poison which may filter along with it Every human being as I have said exorcises some influence over the emo- Â¬ tions of his neighbor Jbut that of a teacher especially if bribe abrilliant one over his students often amounts to a contagion of enthusiasm through-Â¬ out tho class His admirations aro adored the object of his sneers de spised and every opinion he enunci- Â¬ ates is an oracle And it is these pro- Â¬ fessors and teachers forsooth whoso opinions on etKlcsfTtheology and poli- Â¬ tics it is net thought worth while to ascertain before Installing them in their chairs lo bVoome the guide of the young men sni women who are the hope of the H7aifon jbrf iiighUy Sevteta -- It Supposed to Know WILLGIIGS FURS MIXED PA1HTS -- IN SEWING D P ABMER THE MAIN STREET fOIIIHE WITH all and i7 n A A you r aa y- - 4 OVER-- JEWELER Is the place to go if jou want anything in 00 Differen ues Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Fine 3 sea WTCHMKEBJEWEUR DEALER can the lisii ad ANp OOLOES Are guaranteed to bo made of CjllsSsr Pure Linseed Oil White Lead Zinc and other purest and best materials They contain no water Wo J benzine barytus or other cheap materials will cover 300 square Tho SLEREUGE BM fa sold with tho guarantee of being tho BEST feet two coats manufactured and lhat can fro WADE put up only by Geo M Willging Richmond Ky Price Wholesale AGENTS WANTED or Retail 1 5 Gold IIeaded Silk Umbrellas Gold Headed Canes Watches IS I 9 HI Fine Razors Fine Pocket Knivea Clocks Jewelry Silver ami Plated ware etc 8peeliil are not rip- M eer- 7 t attention gives te Domestic Sewing Machines AND ALL KINDS OF SETTIHG DIAMONDS son WBO- Bees AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES - 125 Per Gallon for all ordinary shades or colors Will mako any shade or color to SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES REPAmme Promptly dune aud b a workraaBlttce and ELDBEDGE MANUFACTURING CO 21KLVIDHHE Feb-22-6- ILLS BRINC IN YOUR- - manner Cash 8 Paid for Wa GoH ana Silver order GEO M WILLGING Decdratorin Paint and Paper Main mar-7-t- AFTEE CHICKEN Old Gold and SILVER and get new goods for it or tho SygllSp Dont forget the lee Bext doer to the Post oSke Kletrmond Ky jan4 lf St Richmond Ky Cholera Cure o ua s ASK FOR THE G LP GRfredy r if r v K JH S me Car rim Â¬ qUEEI AHD CHESCEUT HOUTE 1 A2TD Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT FAVORITE LINE TO New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Chol1 KENTUCKY era It ismore fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the CARRIAGE discovery of a remedy that positively JOHN DONELSON cures it has been made and to be conTO THE PACIFIC COAST vinced of its efficacy only requires a THE SOUTHERN ROUTE Pkoprietor npri tf trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guarWilli TUVVPTIITIO rrPnx ClnoInnMI anteed If after using two thirds of tlUU lM Ut AltllUS aiepins an1 BuflWami Ivexlngton all ot Care Jenwrlj Important Cities of the Konth without chance the buyer is not thoroughly the a bottle Contractor and Builder satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken TO oksosvili fwrida i Only Line Is prepared with an experienced set of Cholera return it to the undersigned house building and your money will be refunded hands to do all kinds of and repairing Give him a call Special Kotlco iaSSMVK STOCKTON WILLIS tlolr Buffet Car and Pullmans Finest IMtoce BaffetSIeopr State Itoom PatterhT mar7tf oug 24 ly vq vv- cKLKBit vrnn feit a Nearly All tlicXcaOing Railroads JSFcSSsmst a8Sr Sen Wori3iM exist in UmojautU of WCndCik trjlv lv Kiimrior to oUnrtwo lorms bat are tmrpanud by tho urnuu veuiri Vl yiHinunau fnssenper liowing ttm una an amurmntwi tnerefore saved transfer across Uieiaty uml are nured a Jonrusiieehi nMwUtd wttb pee mrdiea or ewJi nf U44 Sett by bm W BMtlo rem iimxI of nrntitiilVtu wrk thai sluttc DrUaSHrtmontbLtZxtouilu can be While GUTHERSON LEXINGTON KY LEY Unl STOCKTON sep2S WILLIS Removing a Tight Ring Globe-Democr- at tf I- M bo-v-oo- -- An Old Jeweler Theother day an old lady came to mo with a request to saw a ring from one of her fingers It was her wedding ring which she had never had off since sho was married forty five years before and she was de-Â¬ lighted to hear that I could remove it without cutting it I wound tho finger round from the top downward with flat rubber braid which seomed to push the flesh down almost to the bone Her hand was then held above her head Then the band- Â¬ for a few moments age was quickly taken off and re-Â¬ wound on tho finger After repeating this operation three times I was ablo to remove the ring with case - WORKS Mm Poll is Sontn Eas and M fos Agents For Madiwn CeaBty ly Where Are You Going Â¬ Â¬ Whsndoyoattart Where IromT Hyor wnnr la tout party T What aaoant ot freight er bttfBage have you T What zoate do yoa pccierT Upon receipt ot aa anrawr to tfee rtm qac tions yon will be ioralsbed free ot txpeaae wtto maps time 3 A taMej Agmtanai wWaare trouble time and call in person where necessarr- - Partlea sec ready to answer above questions abooM ee and preserre tola notice for tuttge wfeirnea K may become useful Addrees C H Wake General PaawngT Agent St PaoJ MIbb phleta or M ANITOSM other Tata able inform If JattoawMeh uu4 mooay -- TML SwIWcS8 oi I m 7P Jewelers IFeeHv- - UkJBA II I ir II U ill Now York Man smilingly shnk Ing hands Escmomr glove Boston Acquaintance frigidly Ah cer Â¬ tainly Exciisemy spectacles CA eajo Tribune uiiiijuiu PATENTS PateaLo - done iivlnisal homo iould Ht oncp lielr atldroiH lo tlullett A Co Tort lauiMnlnewil fpcptve tvve foil lufurma Ufa of HEK5Y WARD BEEBHEaSSSS Urn Itow olltier hex uf all Hras can earn W Wn Mr With w hi KKutntttd PUjiw nd upojatx- - wherever t lr mtaj5perdiy Stalk rifecficiln-OpriTiT--il mey live ion bit miHiI free ipltal not O PMOY HOO over elation u Brooklyn i nMilfed Soae luive niiuleuivoMt 50 In a ujloitay at tbls work AH Cm Travel via- - Queeu and Grescont SStSiaBff W8fFvanii Hucmoionati S Ohio UrneraiFtuwengerAent RYAN -- - TariAiTrss nTSfSKtr HtlAKlUJll s- RM1 BoMlDff Caveats and Trade Marks Rejected Apliea4ioBa Ke vve and Prosecuted All baainees 1 bewe the U Putenl OfRee prompt Â¬ ly altewlel to for motiwratefeo and no lireoured eJiiire made unteot Patent apls uuvfy - - 3 otcurcd tjepd lor Inventor Guide FRANKLIN H BOJiH y 8tf Wucihhigtott D C Wir S3 nwMMnlwiumim iuuMLji LP- - m 0 rsJ - I- - - wbi vff r p TOTT JJ I- - J A riT TUT XjL V g V JLi JL JJJL EVERY WEDNESDAY fooR BEN froWt frbiK The MilfrAWctfS Labor Review says The domination of the Blue BY THE 1 looked Ben Harrison has not Co brought that joy and peace of Climax mind to the rank and file of the Republican party that was loped FRENCH TIPTON tDrrns for Nor does it insure the Wm G WHITE f wresting of the State of Indiana MICE PER YEAR 150 from the Democracy The memory of his inglorious defeat by iSSS WEDNESDAY JULY 25 Blue Jeans Williams ft farmer in 1S76 still lingers and the out Â¬ look is certainly not cheering Then again the friends of God love S Orth have not forgotten the shameless treatment accorded FOR lKBSIDBKT him by Harrison in days gone by GROVER CLEVELAND and will not be inclined to exert themselves to make pleasant the OF NKV YORK paths ot the conventions choice PUBLISHED Printing Â¬ Democratic Ticket WJR VICE PRESIDENT ALLAN G THURMAN OF OHIO FOR SHERIFF CAMPAIGN LITERATUREv months 40 r ehtsj Louisville Courier Joitrnai to Jan 1 50 cents St Louis Republican July 1 to Dec 1 CO cents Kansas R CONSTABLE City Times lo Nov 15 30 cents T B AYRES including Debate on the Tariff Book Chicago Times to NovemDEMOCRATIC CONVENTION ber 15 25 cents Republican New York Tribune to Nov 15 The Democrats of Madison councents New York Press six ty are called 1o meet at the Court 35 months 30 cents Omaha Bee to lifHise on Saturday July 28lh TIIE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM Jan 1 50 cents St Louis Globe ISSS to elect delegatos to the Democrat lo Dec 1 30 cents Convention which meets at Dan- Weekly Staats Zeitung to Nov The Democratic pnrty of the United States ville on Wednesda3r August Sth 10 50 cents Chicago Inter Ocean in National Convention MstmWetl renew the faith to nominate a candidate for Con six months 50 cents Chicago and pledge of Its fidelity lo Democratic by rtaulrms the platform Adopted Its press in the Eighth Congression- - Weekly News Independent lo representatives In the convention of list 1 District and lndoifes the views expressed by Presi November 15 25 cents dent Cleveland In tits laat earnest message to C D Chexault Congress as the correct Interpretation ot that Chairman platform on the question of tarlft reduction A WORD TO WORKINGMEN Subscribe here lor campaign papers We recommend Democratic New York World sis Â¬ J W BALES -- Â¬ Â¬ HIrIi wages are paid be Â¬ cause the product Is greater the value1 of the labor is greater One thing In couclusou Labor la not protected Labor comes Id at any port without paying any lax whatever If au employer does not wish to pay high wages or current wages he goea to Castle Garden and employs the pauper labor or Europe Half u million pauper laborers1 came In at Ur ports last year Forty ttVfe thousand pauper laborers came lost mouth from Protected Italy All that n laboring man has to sell his labor can be imported without a tax all that a laboring man has to buy uu iuawu -- i I 11 niiiiwuii uiuu uiiuKa iuo puucwi Kentucky jeans for Instance Is too high and sends to England for tweeds for himself and boys The Govern- raenl confiscates one half ot his goods as a meaus of protecting Captain Silas Miller On the other hand Captain Silas F Miller wants to reduce wages In his mill His wdrklngriien protest There Is a strike aud Captain Miller or Mr Richardson sends East to Cattle Garden or elsewhere aud gets all the laborers he wauts at low wages Yet Captain Miller asks the laboring man to believe the tariff protects the laborer protects the farmer protects the consumer and so in order to help these classes he proposes to organize a Protective League in Louisville Will the workingmau JUI1 Captain Millets chestnuts out of the Hre -- 1 a said to be a good lot and several of them ore intended for exhibition at the coming National Show to be held la the city of Buenos Ayres Tbey will be shipped from New York per steamer Finance August 1st Breed Â¬ ers Gatette Consul Griffin says that thfl grade of Wool grown lit Australia Is sliiih that there would never be any chance of its competing with the wool of the United States It is a finer quality of wool in every respect and entirely dif-Â¬ ferent from the American product Its introduction Into the United States would only result In giving a wider gcope 0 Amerlcan manufacturers for lavnlilnKlf ln mlxinrrwlth Amprfonn --0 wool Winchester Court Ji A Ramsey auctIoneert reports about 250 cattle on the market 22 head plain steers IOOO pounds Weight brought 42 36 bead 900 pounds 32 65 31 head 800 pound- 2 20 S2665j23 head 0b pollnds i0 ode lot short bead fo5 pounds yearling steers 15 05 Mules 141 to 14i hands S85 to S110 16 bands 150 to 165 Good mountain ewes 250 to 275 One lot 160 pounds stock hogs All offering of cattle brought 5 cents fully one half cent more than last court and the feeling concerning other stock was correspondingly good -- ANNOUNCEMENTS We are atitborited to announce JOEIj T EMBRY as a candidate for Asses Â¬ sor of Madison comity subject to tho nctldu ot the dedlocralib party Wo are authorised to auhotipoe At WILLOUGHBY as a cdudlliate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic par 3- ty FOR ASSESgOU i FOll JAILER JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for Jailer of Madison cotlnty subject to the action of tho Democratic party We are authorized to anuotince JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to nnuounce SAMUEL BIGGERSTAFF a candi Â¬ date for Jailer of Madison county sub- Â¬ ject to the action of tno Democratic patty 333- We are authorized to nnuounce goods Do you thoroughly trained workmen out of the choicest and most fashionable want a BEADY MADE SUIT made especially for our trade by the best houses m tho East according to the newest designs aim uu ui 1 Elegant Tailor by experienced Want toan after the latest and most approved Made Suit order cut and made fashions aud WJLZLnTT DO TOTJ AND VEST am isYjteJkrp smTftNrEB GOAT Do you and SEASONABLE in to announce We arc authorized THOMAS S FERRBLb as a candh date for Jailer of Mudlson cotinty sub- Â¬ ject to the action of the Democratic 4- party We are authorized to announce JOHN HILL as a caudldate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the ac 4- tiou of the Democratic party made to order or ready made PANTS On A PAIK OF HANDSOME ODD DUE ABLE want something ELEGANT FURNISHING you want anything GENTSmost DELIGHTEUL UNDEKWEAE Do GOODS Do you want the DO YOU WANT AN EXQUISITE STRAW HAT DO YOU WANT ANY OTHER KIND OF A HAT If you do CALL AND SEE US If you do not call and see us Bi Respectfully anyhow from a WELL REGULATED Merchant Tailoring Clothing House PUBLIC SALE On Saturday Aug 4 88 as Administrator of Mrs J Short ridge deed I will sell to the highest bidder her late Â¬ Â¬ The Senate 1ms confirmed the nomination of Chief Justice Fuller Hon T G Stuart has been named by the Democrats of Clark Â¬ oottnly for Congress death by a steam pipe explosion om a steamer at Westport Ky The Governor of Florida has telegraphed for Government assistance to suppress the yellow fever The Democratic platform is scli good reading that we republic it It will bear repeated Â¬ Â¬ Sven persons were scalded to retidi Jtorelhaii twenty people lost their lives by a flood at Wheeling last week Groat loss of property followed The Republicans with a fife d drum and plumes and banners ay ratified at the Court house fn Rkhmottd Saturday afternoon Hon A V Campbell of Wheel- iHg Gen Cassius 31 Clay of this comrty and Col A M Swope of Lexington made speeches Newton Broaddus was nominated for Sheriff Mr tary of tlte Treasury under Pres Hon Robert J Walker Secre Â¬ r bounty paid to men who cannot make a profit If they have to pay such wages as can be earned 111 other occupations This is a new country and there Is much work lo be done Pities are building everywhere railroads home bridges all these farms turnpikes must be built not by protected but un protected labor The capitalist puts his money in a mill He wants to pay 1 a day but he fluds that bricklayers carpenters railroad brakemen houe servants teamsters etc etc are all and in some countries unfortu earning more than a dollar 11 day He nately by violence and bloodshed finds that to induce a man to leave the But Hie government by nrotec farm and surrender a life of iudepe ml live duties arrays itself on the ence he must pay more thau a dollar side of the manufacturing system a day He does not pay 1 25 because of the and by tlms augmenting its wealth tariff but because In the market labor and power soon terminates in its 125 favor the struggle between man commands paid it Having he goes a begging to and monev the Government and asks a subsidy or oouniy oecause ne nas to pay more PASSED THE HOUSE than the mill owners in England He gels tho bounty but the builder also The Mills tariff bill passed the pays higher wages and gets no bounty House of Representatives on the railroads pay higher wages and last Saturday by a vote of 162 to get no bounty the farmer pays twice 149 or by a majority of 13 Only aa much for day labor as they pay in 4 Democrats voted against The England but he gets no bounty Mills bill is not a free trade bill 7 he tariff therefore has nothing to It is a reduction measure It re- Â¬ do with wages It is imposed for the duces the tariff on many things benefit or the capitalist who in the leaving sufficient for all the protec- Â¬ open market Is compelled to pay the tion necessary and removing the market rate of wages tariff entirely from a few articles If high wages were due to the tariff If the Republicans are in favor of wages ought to be lower in free trade tariff reform they will vote for its England than In protected Germany Instead we find by consulting a passage through the Senate placard circulated by the Protection CONGRESSIONAL CONVENTION ists that in fifteen employments the average weekly wages In England By a call of the Chairman Mr wtre707 in Germany they were 364 Chanault in to days Climax a Another fact showing that the tariff convention of the Democrats o has no more to do with wages than the Madison county will be held at Book of Mormon Is that the difference the Court house in Richmond In wages Is greatest In unprotected In Â¬ next Saturday Julv 28th to send dustries delegates to the Congressional The report of the Bureau of Labor Convention at Danville Wednes Â¬ Statistics for Massachusetts for 1SS4 day August Sth It is well that shows that the rate of wages In the in- Â¬ Democrats should remember this dustries of food preparations which and be present Governor Mc are not protected hut which we send Oreary is a candidate in fact the abroad are 240 per cent higher hi only candidate and Madison Massachusetts than in Great Britain In brick making necessarily a do Â¬ should send a good delegation to mestic industry and not subject to Danville foreign competition wages are twice what they are In England 00 TO THE POLLS On the contrary a fair and care- Â¬ In building trades which are neces- Â¬ taxation ful Bear in mind that Monday sarily free from foreign competition ancerevision of the tax laws with due allow for the difference between the wages of after next August 5th is the unless we import ready made houses American and foreign labor must promote end encourage every branch ot sucti indus August election and that the wages are double those paid abroad tries and enterprise by giving them assur Democrats have a candidate on mapufucture of boots and ance of an extended market and steady and In the the track Mr Joe Bales for Sher- Â¬ shoes wages are more thau double yet continuous operations In the interest of iff Of course Mr Bales will be our greatest mechanical triumphs are American labor which should in no event be neglected the revision of our tax laws elected but that is no reason why in this department contemplated by the Democratic party in metals and should promote llie advantage of such labor every Democrat should not go to On the other hand the polls Give the candidate a metal goods and in carpeting all high by cheapening the cost of the necessaries jof working man the big majority Keep up our usu- Â¬ ly protected little more is paid In life In samehome of every to him steady and and time cecurlug wages here than abroad while in cot- Â¬ at the ally large majority employment wage are less ier remunerative Upon Uie question of tariff reform so close- Â¬ There is anotherweightyreason ton manufactures ly concerning every phase of our national The August election in Kentucky yard of product than in England Furthermore this report fallows that life and on everygoquesUon Involved in the is the first election since the SL Â¬ problem while wages in England from 1872 to ic pnrty of good itsernment the Democrat Â¬ Louis convention The National principles and profes submits 10 per cent advanced nrarly sions to the intelligent suffrage of the Ameri Â¬ Democratic platform adopted at 1SS3 declined they in Massachusetts lu the can people he SL Louis Convention is based same period 541 per cent on the Kentucky idea and Ken- Â¬ Hamilton bis report 011 manufac- Â¬ brother-in-latucky ought lo send up a big tures which in the foundation for cur Josh Rose killed his is Dock Hail lu Powell county majority Madison county must whole tariff ystera admitted that Let therefore wages were then higher for similar em- Â¬ do her duly every Democrat turn out Go ployments thau in Europe but he con- Â¬ CONCERNING FARMERS and vote and see that your sidered that 110 obstacle for he said neighbor does likewise Give the the employers could afford to pay bet- Â¬ Mpsi s Palmer Uowmail of Rail- State a heavy send off for Novem- Â¬ ter wages here than abioad vllle Va have just sold for esporta ber Let us have no more meagre Tliis is sufficient to show that wages tlon to the Argentine Republic 18 majorities are not due to the Uriff tbey come Shorthorn balls They are ident 1olk says When tlie number of manufac tares is not great the power of the system to regulate the wages of labor is inconsiderable but as the profit of capital invested in manufactures is augmented 03 the protective tariff there is a orrespon ling increase of power until the control of such camtal over the wages of labor becomes irresistable As this power is exercised irom time to time we find it resisted by combinations among the working classes turn ing out for higher wages or for shorter time by trades unions ICoerifr Joarnal1 The tariff baa no more lo do with wages I than the book of Mormon Tills statement seems to have disturb ed Protectionists greatly and while none of them bring forward anything to establish the contrary they are Very vigorous in denunciation of it As a matter or fact high waftes wages higher In lids Country than else wiiere existed foelbre alarm Tor pro tection was thought of that is better rewards for labor that brought over the first settlers Men found here an Unoccupied continent where laud was free where the poll was productive where the climate was helpful These natural conditions worked together for thebeneut of the laborer He had at first to deny himself many privileges because of his Isolation because of the Indiaus because of a lack of the advantages of civilisation but nature rewarded labor abundantly t nature fixed the standard ol wages high and when capital came tn opening mines and building factories It had to bid high1 when it wanted work done It had to bid not against pauper labor of Europe but against the independent self reliant well rewarded labor of America When capitalists found this to be true when ihey discovered that the wages paid in the mills and mines of Europe would not tempt Americans from the fields they said 5 We must have protection Because an Ameri can would lmt work in the mills at European prices capital said the higli wngs we are forced to pay must be made up to Us by a subsldity of bounty ItWas-hlKhUag-- luaiisiwiat me inrni is u is a it aud also Indorses the efforts ot our Democrat Â¬ ic representatives in Cmigreis to secure a reduction ot excessive taxation Chief among Its principles ot party faith are the mainteÂ¬ nance of an Indissoluble anion of frco and indlktructlble States httfr abont to enter upon its second century bf unexampled progress and renown deration to a plan of government strictly spfefclrylBE every grant Â¬ ed power and expressly reserving to the SUres or people the entire nngranted residue tit power the encouragement of a zealous popular reliance Vllrected to ail who have fceeu chosen for Urlet terms to enact and execute tin laws and are charged with pre tSlVmg i eace insuring equality and estab llslilngjustlce The Democratic party welcome an exact- Â¬ ing scrntiny of the administration of the cxecutltc power which four years ago was committed 10 lti trust lu the election of Urorer Cleveland President of the United States and It challenges the moot searching inquiry concerning its fidelity and deotlon to the pledges which then invited the suf frages of the people Daring a most critical period ot our finan- Â¬ cial affairs resulting from over taxation the anomalous condition ot our currency and a public debt unmatured It has by the adoption o a VMse and conservative courser lint only averted a disaster but great- Â¬ ly promoted lb prosperity of the people It has reversed the improvident and nnwise policy of the Republican party touching the public domain and has reclaimed from corporations and sj ndlcaus alien and domestic and restored to the people nearly 100000000 acres of land to be sacredly held as homeWhile carefully steads for our citizens guarding the interest aud the principles of justice and equity It bos paid out more for pensions and bounties to the soldiers and nnd sailors ot the Republic than ever paid before during an equal period It lias adopt- Â¬ ed and constantly pursued a firm and pru Â¬ dent foreign policy with all nations while scrupulously maintaining all tho rights and interests bf our d wn Ud ernment and people at hortle and abroad The exclusion from our shores of Chinese laborers has been effectually secured under tho provisions of a treaty the operation of which has been postponed by an action of a Republican majority in tho Senate In every branch of the department of the Government under Democratic control the rights and the welfare of all the people hate guarded and defended every public Interest bas been protected and the equality of all ourclllsens before the law without regnrd to race or color has been kteadfastly main- Â¬ tained Upon Its record thus exhibited and upon a pledge of a continuance to the people of the benefits of it Democracy Invokes a renewal of popular trust by the re electlonof aChlet Magistrate who bas been faithful able und prudent To Invoke in addition to Uiat trust by the transfer also to the Democracy ot the entire legislative power The Republican party coutrollng the Senate aud resisting in both Houses of Con Â¬ gress a reformation ot nnjust and unequal tax laws which have outlasted the necessi- Â¬ ties of war nnd are now undermining the L abundance of a long peace deny to the people equality before the law and the fairness and Justice which are their right Then the cry of American labor for a better share In the rewards of industry is stifled with false pretenses enterprise is fettering and bound down Ui home markets capital is discouraged with doubt land unequal and unjust laws can neither be properly amended nor repealed The Democratic party wilt continue with all the power confided to It the struggle to reform these laws in accordance with the pledges of the last platform Indorsed at the ballot box by tin suffrage of the people Of all the industrious freemen of our land the immense majority including every tiller of the soil gain no advantago from exces- Â¬ sive laws bnt the price of nearly everything they buy Is increased by the favoritism of an unequal system ot tax legislation AH unnecessary taxation is unjust taxa- Â¬ tion it is repugnant to the creed of Demo- Â¬ cracy that by such taxation the cost of Uie necessaries of llfo should be unjustifiably increased to all our people Judged by Dem- Â¬ ocratic principles the interests ot the people are betrayed when by unnecessary taxation trusts and combinations are permitted to exist which while unduly enriching the few that combine rob the body of citizens by depriving them of the benefits of natural competition Every Democrat true to gov- Â¬ ernmental acUon is violated when through unnecessary taxation a vast sum of mouey far beyond the economical administration Is drawn from the people and the channels of trade and accumulated as a demoralizing surplus in the National treasury The money now lying idle In the Federal treasury resulting from superfluous taxationunounts to more thon 12Soooooo and the surplus collected Is reaching the sum of more than 60000000 annually Debauched by this Immense temptation the remedy of the Republican party is to meet and exhaust by extravagant appropii atlons and expenses whether constitutional or not the accumulation of extravagant taxation The Democratic policy is to en- Â¬ force frugality in public expenses by abol Â¬ ishing unnecessary taxation Our establish ing domestic Industries aud enterprises Bhould not and need not be endangered by Uie reduction correction of the burden of Â¬ Â¬ Tho prevalence of rust and smut In onts reduces the Value ot tHe product of Ihs crop fully 10 per bent db in Wund numbers more than U 000 000 bushels worth in tho aggregate 15 -000000 By tho expenditure of only 7500 in tho purchase of an effective remedy for this parasite viz sul Â¬ phate of copper used in the common solution of four ounces in a gallon of water for six bushels of seed this Iarjo loss may be avoidod The same result may bo scoured In tho case of corn and wheat both of which crops aro seriously dttmntfed by the smut It is a timrjiy subject to parasite consider now that the sowing time of oats and the planting of born Jmsw farmers are apprbar hing think ot treating their seed oats and coirn in this way although the wheat seed is almost wholly disin- Â¬ fected and the favorable results with this crop should be art encouragement to apply tho remedy to tie dthers which aro equally affected Thero are other remedies ttllichnirc elFectivd the best ot which for many reasons is fresh air slaked lime well mixed with the seed previously steeped in water and moistened to cause the lime ttf ad here Those remedies ate applied lwentyour hours beiore sowing to give time for tho seed to dry The nature of rust and smut is uot perfectly understood and a careful investigation of theso parasitic diseases of plants would lie a most useful work for somo well managed ex- Â¬ periment station to engage in While the botanical character of the large family of fusts Is Well kndwn its whole life history is not and it is supposed that tho smuts are only a secondary form of tho rusls This is exceedingly doubtful and for many reasons an untenable hypothesis But that the rusts aro very closely related so much so as to own in many cases ono parentage is a matter of much probability It is ad- Â¬ mitted that the rust of barberry in- Â¬ fects wheat and produces tho disease upon this plant and tho writer ha found much evidence to prove that the blackberry rust will do the same It may be quite possible that these fusts which partake of tho same specific character are really transferable from one host to another and vary in some degree as the character of the host This variation clearly occurs varies in some kinds of plant lies which change color upon different varieties of plumb trees being green upon somo and brownish red upon others and if this happens with insects why not vwth the rusts The result follows then thnt tho remedies applicable to one kind of rust may be effective with others This has been shown to be the caso as re Â¬ gards the rust of wheat oats straw- Â¬ berries and blackberries which are all prevented by the use of caustic lime in the form of the fine dry pow- Â¬ der due to air or water slaking tho fresh quicklime or to the snlphato of copper solution It is also true in re gard to the smut of oats corn and wheat and the similar fungus which produces the rot in potatoes and is be Â¬ hoved to be effectivo with the black rot in grapes At any rato so much is known of the effectiveness of theso remedies that it is wise to make use of thorn by applying them to the seed so as to destroy the spores of the fun- Â¬ gus which are the seed from which tho new generation is originated X Y Times Â¬ Â¬ situated on Main Street Richmond Ky opposite Second Presbyterian Church The house is a two story frame in perfect repair Inside nnd out nnd con- Â¬ tains seven rooms The lot runs through Good cistern stable to Water Street C EESIDENCE One third cash balance In TERMS equal payments ono nnd two years with six per cent interest with lien reserved for deferred payments Any obe Wlhlng to purchase is lu vlted to call and examine the premises Sale at 3 oclock P M A D FLORA Adtnr 57 COVINGTON MITCHELL D n II HI H fr 1 li i i Jb VERT DAT JLU IS U i JulJiJiiiJ 1 A BARGAIN DAY AT ceitiul- Wednesday iimuin Sepl 12 I THE NEXfT SESSION WILL OPEN LARGEST STOCK OF H J Stags Louisville Store 88 The Prepakatory DKtARTtiUvt is under the supervision of the Faculty and n pains will be spared lo make this Madison County School all that can be desired Our aim is to prepare boys for College and at the time give a thorough practical educa- Â¬ tion to those who can not take the rfg uhir course Special attention will be given to Writing Composition Book Keeping and Civil Engineering Attention is called to the following communication from one of our pa- Â¬ trons a prominent citizen of tho com- Â¬ munity Mr Burmun states clearly the methods pursued mid the character of work done in thii department of the University Richmond Ky June iStli iSSS Dr L H BLANTON Chancellor of Central Unhersity My Dear Doctor Last fall I started my oldest son then in his twelfth jear with some misgivings as to the wisdom 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 constantly 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 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CLOTHIHG Hats and Furnishing Goods Last month we promised you to make the month serve as August by giving you prices that are usually made in August We will now do better by making Q en day a for application The s stem pursued in the department is one that trains the pupil to think reason these educational characteristics upon the mirids of oung bojs You hae 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 thib community and that the high grade of proficiency that now obtains in logicilly and has impressed that few persons structors have me with the conviction or even professional in- Â¬ the aptitude to impress remember Observation We can not give you a in Richmond AND house and lot or a gold watch and chain with every Suit or Hat as we dont ask CUT PEICES ALL TO PIECES you that extra profit hut guarantee to give you more and better We have more goods than we want they must move and to make them move we will make prices that will be astonishing Clothings Hats Furnishing Goods Dont delay first come first served first come- get the pick of whatever is in our mammoth stock you ever got before for same money than Owing to backward spring we have con- Â¬ cluded to of any description that the prices are away - BARGAIN DAY Dry Goods SSSrfS down you want Clothing of any prices are away down CDT DOWS OUR STOCK which is larger than ever and in do so we will almost sell them at this department may continue I am erv truly yours A R BURNAM and further information Catalogue apply to L H BLANTON tFor 5 Chancellor Your Own Price COME AND SEE THE Clothin order to description that the Boots and ShoesanySJ Boots and Shoes of you if wan1 de Dont forget if Louisville ByOlover Tobacco Ware House Market Dnrrett Louisville Tobacco Sales on our market for the week Just closed amount to 1591 hhds with receipts or vbz liliils for the same period Sales oil our market since January 1st amount lo 49263 hbds The offerings of hurley during the week have been unusually favorable for the growing crop but much of it 13 exceed- Â¬ ingly backward The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ resent our market for Burley tobacco Trash uot colory and tobacco dam aged by freezing 6 00 to 850 Colory Trash 850 to 1400 Common Lugs not colory 900 to Â¬ NMHMnaM4Mm0MaNMWHMMMaMH The Popular Cincinnati Iine between and Indianapolis LARGEST STOCK FINEST GOODS NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES ever named for same quality of goods at scription that the prices are away down Dont forget it you want Hats Hr-4-0f 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 Q that have it and at prices that arc down down down I 514 00 2050 LIVE Till Esun Tntu ECI TnEGKH TOthoat Outage Colory Lugs 14 00 to 1700 Pullman Sleeping Cars and EleRmnt Te dining- Chair Cars on Night Trains Common Leaf 1400 to S17 00 Medium to good leaf 1700 to 2300 Magnificent Farlnr Cars on Day Trains Select or wrappery leaf 23 00 to - CHIOAG O SOIiIP TxtAIUS BETWEEN C LAFAYETTE H J STRENG BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Roate from Central Kentucky to AH West and Soathwest Mammoth Louisville Store the oldest Clothing House in Richmond J maj-2-t- f E STOTJFPEH KENTUCKY CENTEAL E Point- - N t R E- STOCK MAESET BEPOET By LOPEB DATEB CO Live Stock Commission Merchants at Clncln uatl Union Stock Yards and Covington Stock Yards nd TukIiIU JJae Pullman Ttafiet Sleeping Cars Pullman Reclining Cars New tint Class Coachr Chur Second Class Coaches and Jlagpape Cars all run through without change between C incinaali and bt Louis Louis Cincinnati 1and St Els Four TU the C L St L Bulimy vElogant Reclining Chtlr Cars BKTWKIW VIA nH T H First Street - Cincinnati Ohio July Good to Extra Fair to Good 23 1SS8 SHIPPING CATTLE 5 25 S oo 3 75 4 50 3 oo 2 OO 5 50 5 25 Â¬ C I St L A C T Stiart Linn Reclining Chair Ccrs Common and Rough 4 40 CommodiousBITWHN Good to Extra Oxen 5 00 and Ktchl Fair to Good Oxen 4 35 hiiimlis Common and Rough 3 75 Via SHELDON BUTCHER CATTLE C I St L f and T T W W IMs Good to Extra AtrhIcsiro8t toils ami Jeorls clr8 and ha 4 5012 465 nedlste cosntrtlam are vade with all J Inrs to fair to Uood 4 001 4 3 and from the rorthwet West ml SoaKnft Extra Fat Steers 4 00 43 Tlttets aai ttrrijs Clecsi all r Itlati air to bood bteers rt 4 5 TfcrMh obtained at any Ticket IOffice IieifI I Rf T Ian be C uooa to extra cows 3 50 3 75 also via thishrc it all loupnn lick t dcCUv Offices thmnghfmt the enuntnr fair to uood t ows 3 00 3 25 Common Cows 2 oofa 2 lS IOHM ECANCtnirsissnSTkticot Cows and Oxen Rough too 5 CINCTKNATT Q BULLS Best Shipping 3 oo 3 25 Best Bologna 2 50 2 7 Fair Bologna 2 oo 2 40 Fair to Good Feeders 1 23 Common and Thin t 75 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 4 oo 4 25 Fair to Good Steers 17 3 so Good to Extra Heifers 3 00 3 50 Common and Thin Stockers 2 2 27 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades Palace Steam Ens Low Rates 35 ooio 00 o ooio 00 Fair to Good Tout Trips per Wk Between Common 10 ooiS 00 DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND Best Veal Calves 6U Icnaos CtMbaTaAlpen 4 75 5 00 asrrlsriUs Oscoda Sana Beseli Port Huron Fair to Good 4 00 4 50 SU Oslr Oakland House If anna City Common and Heavy 3 75 3 00 BreryWfc Say Between SPRING LAMBS DETROIT AND CLEVELAND 6 25 6 40 Extras Special 3 onlay Crlpa dtaias July and Asgnst Common to Good 5 00 4 23 OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS HOGS Bates and Zxavnloa Tickets will be furnished bryourTiclut Agent or address 6 45 6 30 Select Butchers E WHITCOMB Go1 Pass Amht 6 15 Fair to Good Packers 5 So Cferelafxi Steam tiaripUg a Co Detroit 6 20 6 00 Good to Extra Lights DETROIT MICH 6 00 Light Pigs 5 75 apr2 6rn Roughs and Scalawags 4 25 5 00 Cincinnati and Peoria Hi TIIE FFBLIC SALE OP EIBCIES- Past Line Between Lexington and SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 30t SOUTH BOUND No 2 Ex Han Ne 4 Dally No 6 EiJSun NOKTH BOUND No 3 Cincinnati- - ISSS No eriIll ki Most Blegant Re side ne lu Central Kentucky The Lexington Improvement Co will on Tuesday July 31st at IS oclock VSACfiCISMC Summer Tours a SlTrij D4ret eonnrollon Is mo Falmouth at 430 p m ar Â¬ Ashland nuaftttrtoli CnarlestoD rives Covington 630 p m Sundajr and 8BSDMD Ctttos LOUIS STRAUS President J 13 KELLER Vice President only ran 56 PAST LINK Nos 3 and 4 No 15 leases Lexington 715 p bi an eh4etVolM Trains with Pallmsr mv v t Hwi 1 CM MtweeM CniBHatHntl rives Paris 755 p m and Wlajlunliiraiid WnafelnctoU V No 8 leaves Covington 5 20 p ar- tei ThrottKb Tteheta ami B8gae nves ralmouth 770 p m ay deUBllou raabd Dy a nuw HO No 7 leaves Falmouth S 50 a xa arrives For foil Bartlcaiawaddrc88 oriSJlo AN ENGUSH AND CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS SHELBYVlLLE KY Covington 7 50 a m iMWitof the oaipanror The oldest school for women in the Bouth Employs only graduaies of best HTF a MORSE E II v BAJv Dailr Except Sunday Oen PSKV gt Eastern Colleges Prepares for Wellesly Our pupils received at Wellesiy ou jje Nont No 3 Daily between Richmond Covington Kr- Certificates Course of study full aud strong All murs show aud pretense dis Â¬ Lexington and Covineton H E HUMlXGTuV carded Prices not low reasonable BteiooB j k UenT Xansgwr No 4 Dally- bqrean Covington Lex l 27 W TPOYNTER ington and Winchester On Saturdays General 0icptovUo w Oflerat PublicSalp without reserve the beautiful home formerly occupied by 10 il Messrs It T ami J E Auderson This property Is situated on Eat Third to pm fronting about 330 Htreet just outride the city UmiU in Linden Addition feet on Third Btreet ami 450 feet on Clay Avenue about three aud one half MAYSVILLE BRANGU ncres in area The improvements consist or nn elegant two and one hair story so-No iL No U modern built brick house with ftoue trimmings and observatory containing DaiJ SOUTH BOUND Dally Dallv NORTH BOUND ten lirge rooms and two halls all in first class repair The house was built by Ex San 8x Ban the Messrs A for their ouu uso at a cost of over seventeen thousand dollars The other improvements consist of stable carriage and ice house The ground Lve Mttj fcvlllo Stoo am U05 pm Lve OevtDKton Vi are beautiruiiy set Willi large shade and ornamental trees and shrubbery Johnson The Lexington C40 paa 8 30 am Carlisle Passenger and Belt Railway when built will pass through Clay Avenue nnd PtriK W cu pm Arr Mlltatftburg S5- Mllksrsburc 3Spaa will establish the suburbau station Linden within two hundred feet of the Arr Paris- ml CaiHnto Caoaia a mj house This twyond any doubt is the most eleguut and desifablo property 10 Lexington JoHttonn- 9Jjam etto pm KX5 J 6000 pm Olji Uovlntton Mwyavllte ever offered at public sole in Lexington The house and grounds can be In Â¬ spected at any time by calling on the undersigned K This property will be sold without reserve for one third cash balauce In one aud two years with interest No 32 leaves Covington at S3o a m ar th tram runs through to Richmond rives Falmouth 1030 a m Sundajr diners are daily except Sundav Immediate possession given Lve Covington 830 am 8aj pm 2x0 pm Lve JVlMKtOB Lve Falmouth lacoj am 3 Jra 328 pm Lve Lve Cynthlaua IB ioc4 pm 430 pm Arr am 10S50 pm cie pm Lie ttmfbnr Arr pa 1130 pm Qgto pm Lve Lancaster Ait Lexington Lve Parla am oao pm AIT wafimflBU icso p Arr Winchester IJJS 1135 Pm W05 pm Lve ineRfflKO Arr Richmond- - 33o pm pio pmHArr VftncbeMefe pm Arr Lancaster vis pm Arr rnR6eoa pm Arr Stanford 840 pm Lve Lexfngtea Lv Klclimon- dpm Lve ParlsZ pm Arr Herea Lve drothhtna Arr Livingsto- n- S4S pm Lve llBHHlth Arr Coving tefi MCS5 1C45 iy ao am 2 m li oo am 7 7 JJ 4 alts P jfoo pm 3C40 pm jc6 paa 451 pm s m 81 iT m q ic 35 c 1 n 1 t I 1 9- - K s Â¬ LEXINGTON IMPROVEMENT CO only No 31 leaves sorEosraiE -tit pull PjI - r V45p iCE- - TSvc- c ar t THE GM MXt WEDNESDAY Hope MruTJjW- Hell Win -- a WHWH NEWS PARAGRAPHS l - 1HHtm here Colyery tv former cltlseti ilenied in this vicinity More rclu is a candidate Tor Bberlff of Hate county MtfAirh tie Wheat Is threshing out exceedingly It a brother r Mh HUgli Colyer if well UlackberrlMareutiusutllj numerous thin county lie SH thorough Demo J W Herrings clans in vocal music The picnic at Spevdwell was largely cratj a good business mau full of eu trgy and would make an excellent at Antiocb is progressing finely last aiuruy attended sheriff His numerous friends here Frank Ufckersofl thtit ilnd killed The Stale Medical Association wlll l would be glad to hear of his election- ihihu iSulrael last Saturday evening convene in Richmond next May witha shot gun Iv 0r Mrs J B Ctiennult continues serious Â¬ Tlie fbliowlug named officers are DRIP ROCK ly ill l lie home of her father trectedfor the term ending December Wni Jeuoiug 31st 18SS There bns been plenty rain and crops n bicycles came Two gentlemen C RTudor N G look well tbrrragh Richmond yesterday from Wallace V O Fuiladrlpbin Mh W H Scolt of Gree Hall was 3 F Stone Secretary here last week and was employed to J- - E tSreenreaft Treasurer Dmt forget the Kirksville Fair teach South Fork school NvC R a N G d Saturday See premium b iday Wtu Rice L S N G Mluny Murphy of Masonic Mr Eiiifceliert A H Lalot RS V G widow and orphans home of Louis- Â¬ Juo Allman lu S V G The Han it Democratic Club will ville is here on a visit to friends and B Juett Conductor iYtta Cleveland end Thurmau poll relatives for a short time J W PJgg Warden MfeS high Mr D C Alcorn atirl P Rader Win Deaiherage R 8 8 whllecutting F R Davidsons mead lierifl Deatherace went toScott A C Clower Ij 8 8 dv Inst week killed 27 copperhead county and caught Sant Young color- W D Alverson Host and I Oh snakes and 14 rattlesnake and they M B Arbuckle O fJh c 1 w ho stole Mr W J Colllnas liorte say it was not a good time for snakes n A J Tribble ChapWin Reports from ail parts of the country wheat crop niiioate an excellent DU0WXVILLE Ir Brutus J Clays averaged 82 bush- to tlie acre J M Scrivuer is convalescing Green B Million has a Celd The prospect for corn wns never bettobacco oa bis farm near Fuxtown ter i il retches up to ilia eltmv and will Mrs Nannie Finney of Shelby e readj for cutting by August 10 county is visiting friends and relatives in Etill Tlie lolal eclipse of the moon Sun Willie Pv Wilt haB gone to the far Jy night had the most delightful weather and observation was unfiti West- much td tlie chagrin of soitte Of the fair dries 1detl The passage required more than five hours Coh VilIiahi Hairis is paving tlie way lo a new set of teeth took out ye Work Is in progress on the new old maids ami young widows treet t be run from Main street at the Barlow mill through to Irvine Mr Sidney Dnzier late Justice of Thte CiyWMKs of Louivjlle will r trcet cutting through iho lower rtid play the Richmond nine on the college Madison county is tbe hot whlttler of the old cemetery lot ram pus to morrow Admission 25 We will put nim against the State Ladies free Vm Khauka of this place engineer cents Old Uncle John Snowden Is hearing on the KHexvHIe Branch ol the Ij the completion oT bis perpetual motion was kHted in a sniashup last PERSONAL 2 It will lie ready Id start In a few daj s Wednesday He was a son of Sidney tiloilous times in E till now tbe Mr John Ballard was t Witii 4 day or iiluioks deceased wheat crop is all threshed and tbe two last week blackberry crop being very heavy we Messrs R Cobb 8r and Jr W 1 Mrs ttadVey Tribble and daughters are have plenty of cobblers M Bright and others went seining In Visiting in Fayette county Mr Will Rice tbe accomplished aud Hanging Fork last week ut oehtnu Prof V E C Wright of Berca Col- clever stage driver from Richmond Mr Cobbs liouse and caught a and lege is sojourning at Danvers Mass to Irvine is alt smiles now Mr W TV pound carp besides any tiuantlty of Miss Mattie Lester of Washington W Pigg took in the show at Irviue on Jisli Stanford Journal smaller the 19th City is raiting at Mr T S Bronstoni Killed Mr Gentry Portwood became en Â¬ Mrs Gay of Clark county came over Frank Dfakerson shot and killed last ivcek to visit her daughter Mrs J R tangled iu the weeds in bis cornfield Inst week ami was lot from bis fam J hn Emitted of Fayette county at Durnam ily for three days aud was rescued bj IVrkinx on Tales Creek in Madison ttuuty lat Saturday Dickeroon is at Mrs Edna Bowman and two grand- the timely appearance of Mr C B daughters Fiona and Sallic Bright arc at Do2ier i rge A shot gun was ued 32m melt Crab Orchard wat n married man Tiiey liad a difli Dr Stevenson oi 0hl0 and John culy at Fnxlown on last election day Mr W D Oldham Dcnnison Texas Newman arc Cwn Upon tbe much Dckerson claims self defense who married Miss Alice Bronston is coveted filter mino on the waters of dangerously sick Opossum Run Creek The out crop- Â¬ Will yen go to the Kirksville Fair ping is very promising so says the Mr L Cv Tipton of Memphis Tenn Billy Devore will run bis passenger was here yesterday ieft route home from Doctor Ihis Friday and Saturday morn Â¬ the Cincinnati Centennial ings to the Kirksville Fair SI for the EXULE Mr F M Green of the Register and round trip provided be can make up Judge T J Scott of the Common Pleas ESTILL COUNTY a load If you wish to go leave your name at the Garnelt House Tlih Is a Court left on Sunday night for Virginia Road work has begun in this section low rale for a fast ride to a good Fair Beach and back Taiton Willougbby has been very ill Mrs A R Burnam delightfully enter- Â¬ tained a large number of the little friends with fever but Is thought to be improv- Â¬ Gored of her several children at lunch Friday ing Tlie little son of Mr evening Mrs Lucy Tfioraas of Nortbmiddle Jilm W Powell near Foxtown was Mr and Mrs Squire Parrish entertain- Â¬ tnwn is visiting relatives in this com- Â¬ at bis grandfather Mr BatlerUinV Â¬ munity near Boonesborough one day last ed a large number of friends last Wednesday evening at their home two miles A heavy rain on 10th iust made Meek and came in contact with a cow that hud a young calf Th cow thrust North of Richmond to meet Miss Annie a good tide iu the Kentucky River Many crops injured ou Redjiyer bot- Â¬ n horn iiio lie childs abdomen near Lynch Mi Phister of Pennsylvania Misses toms by the raiuH the right bip tossed him over her head and broke an arm The little fellow is Moliie Bates Rclla Harbcr Maggie Par Â¬ Elder John G Adams will begin a improving and will get wellbut It was rish Mr John Gibson of this place and protracted meeting nt Corinth church ado ecail A cow with a young calf Mr Silas Cobb of Omaha Nebraska on the fourth Suuday iu this month left here yesterday for Mammoth assisted by Elder Redmou of Winchesill liear watching Cave ter JULY ibSS ofMndhnn county S Ball of Blue Lick has otfyiis farm n three weeknt old pig Jthat Ims growing out ctf its head between tin eye a something iu the shape of a f ot with a fierfect hoof ou it and is about tl ye inches lOiiK- A female patient at the Lunatic Asy Â¬ lum Austin Texas did and upon a post mortem examination a bunch of bair teu iuclies lung and over one inch iu diameter twisted like a chignon was found in lier Intestines Mary Aniiersob sails for America The Winter Tale is October 30ih to form tbe chief feature of her reper torte iu this country but she will also As You play Romeo and Juliet Pygmalion and Galatea tike it Lady of Comedy and Tragedy Lyons audIugoman1 1Jie community was horrified this morning Monday to learn of the sud- Â¬ den death of Col Jesse 8 Burma Sunday at noon be attended services at the Baptist church aud Monday noon bis funeral services were held in the same boUee He was aWakctitd Suuday night with a fearful sicknesaat the stomach and in ten minutes be was dead Harrodnburg Sayings The Electric Light and Power Com Â¬ pany have bought out the hid West lot uu Main street for 800 and Will at oiice proceed to ervct llivlr plant The Colli I aft fur the building has been let to Joe Foi tile niauhlliery buildings- etc will Cost 10000 and the lioles wires etc for lighting the town about S50X The company will dig a cistern to bold over 200000 gallons for the purpose of supplying water to tlie engine Work will begin at once Winchester Democrat A motltirUeht has recently been ded icated at Inwtiselid Mass to Henry Price the founder of Masonry in the United Sltttert For more than n century the place of his burial was matked by a small slate stone which has almost crumbled to piece Some years ago the graud lodge learning of the condition of affairs appropriated 500 for the erection of a monument but only lately the memorial stoue has been placed In the new cemetery in Towusend and the remains moved and placed beneath It Â¬ Â¬ J ir C0 Jk Â¬ - The tuufiefSf North Bend O cjn Ue C I St L and Big Foin fs a Ry MfM Siltll j If J 4 tliingof tbyiitasf AH passenger Irnlna T are now running around the tunnel EDDIE CURTIS over the new road constructed at great Bible Verse- - 18S2 expense Trains pass in full view of i I the totnb of Geiil William H Harrl Mack olaiitls Unit lit foUutl it lit eod ex President or tbe United States Louisville Ky They say they are 68 truuk matters by trade and that they were going to St Louis looking for Among the Northern Lakes work of Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa Mis- Mf A Ci 4Jreeni reptesejilatiVe or tsoUrl ntid Dakota ate hundreds of de tile ieuniJlectrlSBrght trolnpn1fy ft JiitfubfacW whefe one call pas life Indianapolis lias beehbere io suUie luTnmer AomTW fhlet resTtfIW-time trying to enlist the interest of our joymeut and return hotUe at the ebu people in the question or lighting Har of the heated term completely rejuven- Â¬ By hi ated Eacli recurring season briug9 to rodsburg with electricity Beaver Waukesha efforts and those of two or three enterÂ¬ Oconomowoc prising merchants we are glad to state Dam Fronlenac Okoboji Hotel St that the project is about to be realised tjoulsj Lake Mitiuetnnkn White Bear null Innumerable The towtl trliattes liaVe agreed td take Excelsior Springs 12 lights for the streets aud merchants Other Cunrihiiig inbnlitifea With fo-and others take 18 more making 30 mantic mimes thousands of our best tamps the number considered necessa Â¬ people whose winter homes are ou ry to place stock On a paying basis either side of Mason and Dixons line The public lights will be supended on Elegance and comfort at a moderate street corners ou electric wlresattached cost can be readily obtained A list of to 40 foot poles standing Dti tllaRoiially summer hohiM with all necessary in opposite corners Thus the lights will formation pertaining thereto is being be thrown in tbe middle of the streets distributed by the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway aud will be sent shining down all four approaches The 12 lights will thoroughly illumi- Â¬ free upon application by letter to A V General Passenger nate our city i The Cos to the city Is Hi Carpenter tuaySSm about 1000 per yearj the present xys Agent Milwaukee WN tem or so called lighting boating from Not a particle or calomel tiot any 500 to StOO per year The iiost to indi Â¬ vidual Consumers will be 25 cents per hthbr deleterious substance enters Inio night fur each iamb The lights are the composllloh of Ayers pills dn the tbe arch variety and are 40 caudle contrary this medicine is carefully power each One light Is sufficient to compounded from the curative proper- Â¬ illuminate an ordiuary building The ties of purely vegetable substances It formation of a stock company will prob Â¬ Try it ably be effected in u few day and Adriee to Mothers Mr WntiLoWsSoo raraaSTBDPthotilcl always Harrodsburg will be lit by electriclight b used when children ore catting tetth It to by the time of the fair Tlie introduc tieVei the tittle raffenrai once itprodncanntnral I H l- Ai AI tion or tlie light Intu our streets must MOttes tha chllfl tafteniUiegntlsliUaya build up tl night business not now car Â¬ regulates Uie bowelj aadiithe beat laic all pain wiUcce iy ried on by many stores Harrodsburg Iordiarrha whether nrtanjr from teething Of Qtbeicaaies Twenty are cent a bottle Democrat nsilver medal was found upon MackwhlcJr had this Inscription A Greatj Improvement r i 1 1 Ue SIXTH EXlfiBHIOS OP THE ice to any am prepared lo dtlivef part of the city rcgtfkutyi 6rori Short notice Will make contracts for supply Â¬ ing families offices business houses shops To be held in Burmrms woods near Orders left a Dykess and other places Kirksville Madlstfn tfounfy Ky on grocery on Second streeet will receive prompt attention 1 ttifMtStotfthffatti FOUND AT THE aprtt tf J E Dykes ljM Friday and Saturday July 27 rinnli n UlUbOlJ OF HonsB Letrfon Ice Lemonade Malto Gin- Â¬ ger Ale Soda Water riftti Ice Cream Soda 5 cents a glass at 62- - and 28 1888 m m FIRST DAY Best horae Jffade ehesss Best baked ham Best plate of beaten or roHef Vetmli 5 oo 5 00 S Dineixis Local Produce Markets ctfRtfer fisn werJcLY br covisotow ARNOLD STREET A 500 DY KBS ON DRO ntOpBRS SlAli RICltMOHO Iff Richmond Dcef Cattle Butcher- Ky July 24 1S88 Hogs Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Cottntry Gtfred - ilfa 4W5C Best loaf of salt rising light bread made of Winchester Sour 5 10 00 Best two bottles home made wine Best three pounds of butter 5 00 5 00 Bsl gallon of ice cream BestgalkJii sherbet 5 00 North Second Street A full arid complete s4oek of JSc ioc 85c -- S Butter Chickens Eggs Wheat Flour Corn per barrel S Hay per too Oats Irt sheaf per lee Hk Lard Tallow I5eeswac Meal - ft SJ 2SS3 jjeS nuc 34c 153200 40joc 3 5o Feathers Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Clover Seed Oats m sheaf 1 i3S 25 25 wwt-e- 2 5 iot 252 Oofjl S56oc 50 oo3 5 23i2 Choice blue gracs Red lop seed sed I 1 65s5 25 Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes 00 Â¬ 1 Remaining unclaimed in the Post Oflice at Riclimond Ky week ending LETTERS Milter Mary Mddrt Mill 28 OO Best black cakeT t 2nd premium 56O Best white cake made of Winchester 5 09 flour Bet yellow sponge cake made of 5 00 J B M flour Best angels food two pounds to be made of White Rose Jtoar 500 Best white fnrit sake to be made of Rose flottf White 5 00 Best chocolate cake 500 Best specimen of silk Arrassine em- Â¬ broidery 5 00 Best specimen of silk Kensington embroidery 5 00 Best specimen of crazy work 5 00 Best specimen of ambroidery on linen S 00 Best specimen of embroidery on flannel 5 00 Best specimen hemstitching S 00 Beet machine made calico dress 5 00 Best specimerrof drawn work 5 00 Best specimen ot oil painting 5 00 Best specimen of Lustra painting 5 00 specimen of craven work Best 500 Bet gallon home made pickles 5 00 Best V bushel new wlteat 10 00 Best five pounds of tobactcr m hard raised in Madison or adjoining counties 10 00 HARNESS HORSES STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned Goods Green and Dried Fruit everyÂ¬ M and plenty of thing in my line This house is a pji a Ms tins -- 3 ON A- - Strictly CASH Basis The best goods are kept and sold on Yery close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOUSE m MMl July 21 16SS Arnold 9am Glark Judetli Chiltoti M P Glass II F Grayson Alice Gary K li Post Office hours -- Herndon WmJ Miller Lija A Best Best Best Best iILlirj The Great MUSIC Song Campaign Music Form in Sheet Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ld 0eleiral Cabinet into the gist if the town He has a collec un of thirty four eggs including tlie 4pt e hen duck turkey guinea I D con robin dove rainsrow canary wsen cat bird field talk sparrow f ill builder barn raarliu peewee red lird Euglirli sparrow red wing biack l rf ctn moii blackbird bluebird cave Luilder bee martin brown mock-iut-- rl killtiee bantam hen ground-tiinit-- h dwarf hen turtle ground bird tl MrE G Parrish is developing -- Mr Frank Adair left yesterday for Greensburg Indiana where he will be joined by his parents and two sisters from Carlisle Ky A family rc union will be held His mother has nine married sis- Â¬ ters she being next to the youngest The ce union will therefore be largely attended Miss Gedeva Moberley and Master Neville Moberley entertained about seventy-five of their litte friends at Uie home S of their parents Col and Mrs Moberley from five to eight oclock Monday evening An exquisite lunch and any amount of fun finished up the t wuuxlpecker and snake 100 Cigars Mr A Green Stale agent for Fritz Brothers wholesale cigar makers Cincinnati has placed on exhibition at Covington Arnold Bms In Rich- Â¬ mond tuo boxes of cigars 25 in each bix worth 50 Tlie boxes are satin lined made of velvet and elaborately ornamented The cigars are iutended far a sjcial premium by Fritz Bros fur the fanciest double tournout at the Richmond Fair The premium was secured by Mr Green who nevtr loses an opportunity to boom his extensive lioufee and never fails to Bell a good bill of cigars wbeu he comes to Rich Â¬ mond Lis old home We Knew Ilim party Though Boonesborough is the oldest town in the State and is not much of a town either there is no decay in the quality of the young men produced in that region Mr Evan R McCord of that village graduated this j ear at Washington and Lee College and manifestly knocked the highest persimmon which hung on the knowledge tree at that institution this year Courier Journal THIN COLUMN The girl with the mumps swell time is having a The RepublicVing last Saturday convedtion was held James P Smllii formerly of this tity died of couxumption at Ills home in Dallae Texas June 27Ui aged 33 year He ws a nephew of Mrs John Taliaferro and was a universal fbvoriie with all who knew him He left here fr Dallas Texas several years igo and tlnce that time had been employ- Â¬ ed on the editorial stall of the Herald Times and other papers His many fnems here will regret to hear of his death Winchester Democrat We knew Jim Smtlr He was in lang phrase a boss boy and every Ktntuckian who met him iu Dallas -- and they nearly air found blm wishes that his stay in the other world way be as pleasant as be made-- tbelr In Dallas Report comes that a colored man near Paint Lick met a man on a bicycle and Whether he was scaredit the fell dead wheel or the rider is not known The fellow who swallowed a piece of glass by misUkethinktng it was rock candy did not di gest thea but Is consoled by the thought that he may yet do so A lady writes to ask what flowers we most admire We unhesitatingly answer the big sunflower the old fashioned holly- Â¬ hock the circus and the camp raeeting Mr William II Miller has been granted Did you know that the Cir a pension cuit Clerk was In Uie Yanky army t eui it happens to be William H Miller of Scottsville Jim Allen who was hanged at Mon tlcello N Y Friday placed the noose around his own neck and said to the and went Sheriff Let ergo Gallagher whooping into tbe great hereafter Upon the authority of Judge Breck we make the statement that there is an editor somewhere inOhe universe who hires a plug hat on occasion of going away from home A livery hat store will probably soon be a feature of the town zumii Hie it -- ilit2iITMi Judge Win Lindsay President of Kentucky Midland Railway sub mrted a proposition to tbe City Coun cd of Pans for the city lo subscribe 0900 towards building tbe road 25- 000 to pay fur the right of way and - 000 w nen Uie road Is completed to P iris Tne proposition was accepted n I a voe will be taken ou Thursday Jv Â¬ When Ben Harrison was elected Treasurer of the Kentucky Press Association 26tb As I do not expect or desire to Tbe Estill County Court composed he said elected President of the United States ftheiudces and justice met at the beaccept this election with pleasure For t 1 aurt house on Thursday morning and qualified for the other I am orJered an election fur the 11 day of this I am not nor do I expect to be elected August to take tbe sense of the legal Charley Mackey son of Jpe Mackey Tl ers of ibis county upon the propo- n of the Louisville Southern Rall the well known tonsorial artist is the rad company lo extend its line trough fanciest bicycle rider in town He rides cross county up to Beattyvlile We sidewisc or standing up or lying lunging under the seat He can I fJiit the order in full in this Issue and wise or mere fpett for it tbe careful Cfliislderallmfj come to a dead standstill ana siana hand He k to have a small wur readers It is one of the fairest by the hour by prupoMuoiis that has ever been eub- - organ attadied to the bicycle and running power of the bicycle fcilllei t miiulf mill thi more it is utilizing Uie way after O vA will make music all along the mimed the stronger It wHl t It is n un- iunebucr rt has nexfeotlv guarded Hie in people toestoftiiesftHJlysd that we pay no usual thing to sec twenty or fiftyperform vouncr wheelman fhi mney until wgetlhe road Irviue Sews h fancy tottcTjan Â¬ ninrnfi Containing 13 good and convenf 29 00 Mad dogs are a terror to everybody Set Works aM SWEEPSTAKES ROADSTERS ient rooms Ward robes Closets Saw Qude So was tbe chickeu cholera until Gau 52- Pantries tind Cellars to suit all of Best stallion any age style speed Tbe committee having iu charge the ters magic cholera cure was introduc- and durability considered I50 00 V Hay Market monument has finally ed here Bold no cure no pay by TVV VVyLYVV l hare Modern Styles A Barn 68x50 Ackers Baby feet residence and barn new decided upon tbo character ot tbe de Â¬ Stockton Willis It Soother at hand It Is the only safe 9ESOND DAY outbuildings Good sign to be erected p tbe memory of medicine yet made that will remove all All necessary w ko To the Poblie Ureetiug and two good Lstert Jmprow1 awl the police officers who were killed at infantile disorders It contains no Opium Orchard Ice Ilouse MULES Biarfcet Send for eaUloeue to t the Hayraarket riot The design will ye that Tyges Kentucky or Morphine bat gives the child natural old fashioned Houses and one Best horse mule two years old and Know GEISER MANUFACTURING CO over 10 cO be the figure of a police officer upon a Glue has no equal for mending any Â¬ taie from pain Price 25 cents Bold by Tenement House23 living springs 1 year old W G White Prescription Druggist mule Best 10 00 We want granite base as was originally propos- Â¬ thing you wish to mend Ask your Farm mostly Best horse mule under All fencing good seW 1 tart correspoole two years old and mare ed The monument will be placed at druggist for it or send 15 cents in This is one of the best v6rrt None but tlie purest cream used in in grass apr2 over 15 00 the spot where the men fell It is stamps for a 23 cent bottle to tbe famous Ice Cream Soda Water at Stock Grain and Gras Farms in Best horse or mare mule one jear oW and nnder two 10 00 probable that the street car com Â¬ T A Tvoe Co 62- the County besides being the best d premium 8 Dinellis BEaUTQT IlOUB pany will widen tbe space between its 500 Flemingsbttrg Ky 38 Drovers Stand between Lexington Best mare mule under I year okl to eg Donclsoti will ttluke yoU as good a arid the Cumberland Gap tracks sufficiently to make room for The SWEEPSTAKES Removal For Rent- buggy or carriage as can be boight purchaser can do business and the monument between them Iu case Best horse mule any age 15 00 this is done a forum for speaking will apr4 tf I have removed my millinery store anywhere in America educate his children in the City Best mare mute any agg 15 00 be built in tlie base of the monument to my residence on Main street where SA00LK HORSES and all take their meals at home C I shall be glad to see my numerous This is no sham advertisement Best saddle mare or eeldtne four Do you know sold a commercial is warranted is because it is the best ears friends and customers c The first one making me a reason- Â¬ Best saddleoM and or eddine three 25 00 traveler to a reporter the other day Â¬ It will posi mare house J have heretofore occupied Blood Preparation known that there aie about 80000 commer- Â¬ onTbe Blood Diseases purifies the able offer will be the lucky man tively cure all years old and under four Second street is for rent whole system and thoroughly builds up the Will Sell as a Whole or Divided Best saddle mare or geUine two The lamb croii was gahered up cial travelers in the United States 36 Mes A D Flora Remember we guarantee it constitution years old and under three 15 00 Yes most people I also have a few of the best on the 11 til of this mouth iu this local- Â¬ Surprised to bear it - saddle mare or gelding one Sold by W G White Prescription flt rtBte4 Xanfc K ST POLAND CHINA PIGS ever in Bt-year okl and under two If you wish to leslore tbe bloom to Druggist ity J F Englesold 19 lambs from are when they are told of it but its 10 00 a fact nevertheless You may also be your wasted cheek and so improve Careful ex- Â¬ Best saddle mare under one year oM to 00 the County for Sale II ewes that weighed 1612 pounds Best colt by Yazoo 25 00 FOLDING LAWN SETTEE making an average of So pounds at surprised to learu that each of them your health that plumpness and Donelson uses the best material that amination bj parties solicited ROADSTER RING spends on an average of S3000 a year strength will succeed emaciation aud 5 cents bringing S060 One hundred good stock cattle tlie market affords and Uie best work- Â¬ Best mare or gekling four years old making a total of 5240000000 If you debility purify your blood with Ayers men He puts up noue but the best for sale The Tecr of all lawn Scats Mr William Witt tbe Republican add to this bularies averaging and over style speed and dur- Â¬ at the Sarsaparllla This remedy will benefit work Biggies carriages etc made considered Above cat represeats oar patested BOGGS Best ability or gelding three years oH 40 os candidate was in this neighborhood least 1000 you hnve a total expendi- Â¬ you more surely and speedily than auy to order Call on him made that mare npr-1-tSettee Tbe only Settee canvassing for the office of school ture by commercial travelers of 320 other It and under four mil adjust itself to uneven greaad 25 00 superintendent ou the 13th iuKt Also 000000 a year This Is naturally spent Light dHraWe bandsoaw and strong Bet mare or gelding two years oHd Ice Cream Soda Water at 5 cts per Mr Durritt White the Democratic in all parts of tbe country So es Deafness Cant Bo Cured and under three Painted bright red and oraameated but tlie 52- S Dinellis JO n mare or candidate for school tuperinteudeut hotels aud railroads get tbe lions share By local applicatious as they can not glass at Wins The OriginalLouis Tropr Best and undergekling one year efd 20 00 Prices Settees SI15000 each two was iu this neighborhood canvassing Koeken 3 C F Simmons St of it reach tbe diseased portion of the ear Best horse or mare colt under one S Dipelle has introduced n new M A Simmons Liver Medicine Estd They all fold flat year okl 1S40 in the U S Court defeats J 20 00 There is only one way to cure deafness steam freezer and is prepared to fur- Â¬ A big negro fight took rjlgce at the 2IZeilmPropvrAQSimmons Liv Â¬ Miss Colquitt the daughter of Sen- Â¬ aud that is by constitutional remedies If your dealer dont keep them ask Best combined saddle and harness mouth of Red River on Monday tlie er Kesri ator Estd by Zeilm ibOS him lo order for yoa from mare or gelding any age ator Colquitt of Georgia and Miss Deafness is caused by an inflamed nish the purest and besst Ice Cream in 40 00 Jt A S L SI has for 47 years 9th betweeu Mose Chambers and Owen AJJSSICAH TOLDIHG CHATS CO cured Ixdigistion Bilioisness Breckinridge the daughter of Repre condition of the mucus lining of tbe any quantities aud nt lowest figures SWEEPSTAKE SADDLK RINGS DTSFrSIASlCK IlEADCHSLOST Brock which resulted in Brock getting 1301 to 1323 N Ham SL 52- Apfititi Sour Stomach Etc Best saddle stallion any age I50 00 ST LOUIS 3t very badly stabbed in beside but it is sentative W C P Breckinridcre of Eustachian Tube When tbe lube Her T BHeams Pastor SI K Best saddle mare or gelding any age 50 00 Great Campaign Offer Church Adams Tenn writes 41 15 thought he will recover Chambers Kentucky have applied to tbe Board gets Inflamed you have a rumbling UunK 1 mould cave oeen aeaa oat SWEEPSTAKE HARNESS RING of School Trust ess for positions as sound Or imperfect bearing and when Tbe Weekly Courier Journal has tor vonr Genuine M A bim got a severe lick ou tbe bead with a Best mare or gelding any age mons Liver Medicine I have 50 00 teachers in tbe Washington public is entirely closed deafness is the now the largest circulation of any WWXX sometimes had to substitute it stick 70 Rings 1000 I crntl ZeiUas staff for vour Medi- schools The applications will doubt result and unless tbe information can Democratic newspaper in the United cine but it dont answer the CcifflT can be Jffi- f- Good accommodations less be granted The young ladles be taken out aud this tube restored to States and its publishers to further ex- Â¬ purpose had lor stock and men on or near the Graves Editor Tkt FAINVILLE will be assigned to positions in the DrJR fani attut Memphis Tenn savs Grounds to send- - it To send us 40 cents its normal condition bearing will be tend its circulation offer high school Their object is to pre destroyed forever Nine cases out of postage prepaid from June 4th 188S to received a package of vour Liver for one of our Medldne and have used half of it Mrs Sarah Rice of Frankfort is pare themselves thoroughly for public 18S8 31 issues for ItvroTlulike a charm I want no PRICES OF ADMISSION ten are caused from catarrh which is December 31st visiting friends aud relatives at this school work in their respected States better Liver Ilerulator and cer Â¬ Subscriptions sent nothing but an inflamed condition of only fifty cents tainly no more of Zcilins mixture Each person twelve years old and over place After completing their work there u ill be entered from before June 4th the mucus surfaces jo cents Children between seven ami they will endeayor to improve tbe mwren umjer twelve years om25cenis J D Winn is out from bis receut We will give One Hundred Dollars the time but those received after June seyen years old no charge No charge illness and has relumed to bis busi- Â¬ Georgia aud Kentucky public school for any case of Deafness caused by 4th will be entered from the date re- Â¬ for vehicles systems The public schools of that ness Catarrh that we can uot cure hy tak ceived to expire December 31st 18S8 5f3 Tickets for sale at J B Walkers city are considered tbe finest iu the 40 40 6 in FARM WRENCHES The rate to clubs of eight and over Cottons stotes in Kirks- Â¬ ing Halls Catkrh Cube and Wilmore Tbe late storms have done consider- Â¬ Union ville Tickets must be procured no Oat- CHENEY CO Toledo O are extremely liberal A sample copy FJ LfcM Hawlv and Strnnt tH Owtwew and able damage to tbe farmers in this money received at the gate last two Ontoary WreiMkce of tbe Weekly Courier Journal con- Â¬ vicinity Mrs Geu Duke and Miss Currie left tSTSold by J J Brooke 75 cents S AU correspondence directed to J taining its great campaign oflercan B Walker Kirksville or J II Embry Kanns Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ be procured free of charge by address- Â¬ The 20 cent idiow at Irvine ou the Louisville Tuesday for Baltimore An Ellbick Silver Creek Ky will be promptly at- Â¬ 19lli iust was well represented from where they will take a Germau steam- Â¬ tism or money refunded Price 75c at ing W N Haldeman due President I am ready to receive the taxes18S8 tended to Household S D Set er for Bremen whence they will go to Whites Drug Store becoud street Waller Bennett President Faiuville Courier Journal Company Louisville the Slate and County for the year THs Mt consbtt of a Rosewood HaaBe asd Berlin The Louisville Truth of last near Garnett House 5- subject to 46 Ky The subscription price of the Tour property iwithout levy ndvertie Jas W Walker Secretary view J The railroad question is all tbe talk Sunday says Mihzmiw H after the Miss Currie Duke ment and sale box TWtoolUeoriitlviftjw Daily Courier Journal without the 1ST DAY OF JUIY and a penalty of throughout tbe entire county Noth sails this week for Europe to further the Tlio Middle of the Year BlVn rvtx fr Suuday issue is Ten Dollars S10 a 52 will be added to each list so adver iug much is ever said about politics cultivate her wonderful talent for tlie tbefanu It is plainly understood that mer-Â¬ year Price of Sunday Courier-Journtised As my term or ottice expires on Everybody has turned Democratic Local Dealer Ask violin It would seem that Miss Duke chants accounts are due on tbe first tbe 1st Monday In January SO andI is Two Dollars 2 a year for Iheat K he M o got tsmkew grt ttem want to collect up in fullby that time J M Edwards went to the country is already Isabsolute mistress of the bow of January and July We therefore feryoaorwe vrilljwl tthrr wj lr therefore I must collect while the but she Whnve Srnd ttamm lor omr Ohutoatmt eata-modest enough to believe a tew evenings ago to call on a young lubllsh this modest reminder for the weather la good Please make arrange- Â¬ feffue that she can learn a great deal more benefit of all who owe us Business AJVjv V Ltmg Disease If you have lady When near tbe house be was ments to pay your taxes at once and CO ELUilCH Avoid trouble INSURANCE CQMPAHY caught by a furious bull dog and badly than she already knows under the cannot be run without money hence a Conch or Cold or tbe children are save cost of penalty Cough Plartsvllle Conn European masters Her adralrem in we respectfully request all our custom- Â¬ threatened with Croup or Whooping and greatly oblige chawed up 51 31 N B DEATHERAGE Kentucky are legion and she starts ers who are Indebted to us to comn and use Ackers English Remedy sad prevent positive enra farther trouble It is a G F Edwards will leave Id a few upon ber voyage with Hheritl Madison Co Ky tbe whole State guarantee it Price 10 and 60a American Assets Cash - 6798575 82 days for Montana Ty and other wishing ber a happy and successful pay at once This is an urgent matter and we Kjmja acres of tlw Mow Loftes raid in 40 years iu tana Indian liwarTntlutt us and we trust no one will neg- Â¬ Sold by W G White Prescription with points West to seek a borne His fam- Â¬ trip Chivalrous Kentucky tor U S exceed - - - 41000000 t GO WEST laatopeaed Fall gaWenant is always lect to settle Dmggist PL Bea Oreat ily will leave in a few months to make ready to do homage to her talented ton Asslantbolne and Glarw eongtsttag at Covington Mitchem 46 tbe fnr West tbeir borne Road horses trotters and runners rich mineral and coal districts arauttg aaxl daughters auJ the matchless genius of farm landi of Solid Prompt and Honorabli opportunities the very highest quality Tfce shod in any tuanuer desired I have for making money hr as Dr J W Walker of Drip Rock this radlaqtly beautiful aud high bred Guard against burglars and fire by pur- Â¬ VIEWING THE PROMISED LAND greater than anywhere else in tne United just received an extra lot of four year chasing a burglar proof and fire proot passed through town yesterday on his girl has inspired tbe profoundest res- Â¬ State This U the time to e and seenra your For rases Maps or other tnJorma location Does the LEADING AMERICAN BUSINESS way to Cincinnati He bad wltb him pect aud admiration everywhere Per Â¬ Sqnattcrs on the Ground Awaiting the old 6econd growth timber for repairing tlon Address C II Washes Gen Pass all kinds of wagons All work guar- Â¬ Opening of an Indian Reservation M By St Paal Minn Agent 8tP SI au enormous rattlesuake which meas- Â¬ haps we will be pardoned the sugges Â¬ anteed at tbe very lowest prices Shop POLICIES WltlTTEr BY ured 6 feet 5 inches and has 13 rattles tion that although she goes sway a Great Fauls Mont News of the back of Brookss drug store T has revolutionised the Duke more than one gallant youug He will preseut it to tbe Z to SMITH POWELL AgU Every merchant every farmer every woTKi during ise last opening of tbe Black Feet Reservation Respectfully business man every professional man II Haireeatary Xet ieast picnic was held at the Hays gentleman has uttered within his heart is awaited A grand here and Impatiently Sfebly S L M1DKIFF ought to have a safe Account books aci imofw tha wonders of Inventive prosresa is a method and system of Fork Springs ou Saturday last Tbe tbehopetbat she will not come back throughout Northern Montana A counts notes checks receipts money worfc that can be performed all over the 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure jewelry and other valuables can be kept crowd began to gather at 8 oclock aud a Duchess country without neparatlnx the workers Jorge number of persons have gone to expense from thlr homes Pay liberal any one can Ulobe Democrat Independence Mo and swings erected tbe platforms mines Chicken Cholera and other diseases lrom all harm at small tbe reservation to locale ranches do the worlc either sex young or old no THE CARY SAFE CO among fowls I will refund the money groaned under tbeir Special July 16 says special ability rBlred vapttal not needed Two tramps and town sites The desirable valleys Tlie long tables you are Marted free Cat thw oat and return 21 West Eagle St Buffalo N Y Uugb Gibbous aud George Mack loads of delicious and wholesome food great- Â¬ in every case where tlie remedy fails THREE 5 ROOSI RESIDENCES to ns ana we viii sea you irw sometntnc are fairly covered with tents the pJsP One of the Carey safes can be for rent yna W G Whitk Cistern aud all necessary of areat value and Importance to will tftat and fine fruits Later I learned that tried to beat tbeir way nut of Kansas est rush apparently being to the Big will ctart yon la baslnem which brine 51 2 v seen at The Climax office Prescription out buildings Apply to yoa la more- - money rtoht away Mma any Â¬ they had nothing to eat and danced In City this evening on passenger train Sandy the famous hay grounds Sold- Â¬ 2d St near Garnett House Drugqist mar23tf Dk O W EVANS or thing eke la the world Urart oMcK flee 194 on tbe Missouri Paclflo going to iers as well as civilians are ou the li ke heathens tbe suud all day Add ess True CO AaaMii MatAe 3- J SPEED SMITH nov 3B lr St Louis Tbe men were trying tlie grounds aud when news comes that Ranna Hpeciflc will cure Itbeuraa blind baggage racket and when tlie tbe bill is signed there is likely to be a tisnj or money refunded Price 7fie at DIED Excursions Bellabl and Active Men tp travel for summer train stopped at the Milwaukee cross- Â¬ rush Bullhock Valley beyotid Fort Whites Drug Store Second street an Kstnwisneu llouso duimg thenorse ami Business inert and settlers looking Residence for months Those who can rurutsn a advanced Money mve security preferrbd for new locations or investments can 5- Mrs Sally Douglas died in Richmond ing two miles east of Kansas City Ibe Assinibolne is all ataked off and the near Garnett House mommy to pay expense A great chance teach all principal points in Minneso- Â¬ porter and brakesman tried to put tents of the squatter may be seen nl ftusinew Sti Ky on Monday July 23rd 1888 and for tho riant men nave lme twller tend ta and Dakota at n cost of one fare far dtiipi iiiri aud lo Posts and Plank U was buried in Richmond cemetery on them oft One of tbe men Mack along the valley of tbe Milk River u itmvuuss the round trip by availing themselves I wish to noil privately or rent tbe ntilu una auure cards Never miniwuivk-ttou paid to pojtat aonl Co have for Form an Cheuault Tuesday Deceased was the wife of brew a stone at tbo porter bitting There is a silver lode Iu the Bear Paw reply Address BUSI- - of the excursions aiiHomteetl via the new two story Fending stamp for Manitoba Ry St Paul Minneapolis tf I XI Allen Douglas and bad been sick for a him In the face and laying him out Mountains that was located several sale a supply of cedar posts and fencing NESS Box 11 Richmond V a from St Paul Mian Ttekels goxl The other fellow tried to down tbe years ago It Is understood that several plank 5- long time Very Ihw exeurarim ralea for 30 days hrakeinun bat was caught by the paB parties are on liand watching to locate Minnesota Jieads the World have been made also via this line to oh Second Street ht Rlehraotvd Miss Lula Speed died at Madisonvillc tctigerp win had got off Frank W this mine as well as to prospect for A and reliable Medicinal are thebest With her stock dairy and grain projects Helena ami Great Full Montntoi ftext tome Mti a Twrner in in iii Ky Sunday night July 22nd 18SS of Tuti a Missouri Pacific detective got others Chicago Tribune to depend upon Ackers BloodEl- - 3000000 acres ttosJ Mmber tarmtas asd gramas two bali 3 story porab fntir months Ffcftjjer Five torn tiekfls good adjaoaut to on lur Deceased was a off has been prescribed for years for all Im lands urns ror railroad price sala cteapetc particulars can be obtained by aibirga ami versHuas atra a tiooojoory oot fever aged 18 3 ears maps and caught Mack ubo was attempt rates JEd The President has now signed ixir Tmritlesoftnelflood IneverrfbrmofScrof Mabh Cojnmissloaer os liig C H WRrren General rasNUitijor IrtiHdlttKS 1h9th4 Gooi cis Â¬ J Bookwaltar niece of Mrs J A G Wdliarnson of ing to nttF away Tlie meu xvere Hie Bill throwing open for settlement nloas SvDhilitieor Mercurial Hsesses it is C U Warren General Land A Agent St Pajil Mlnrf or H E TapÂ¬ tern Lot 6dx20O feet Houe aud ail graduated at Madison brought Richmond and to Independence iavaluaUe ForKheMafttlsrflhaanooquai I JaJSAaalt St MarimuL When tlie Indian Ie6eryulIou iuMctilanX per Dter Pa aenger Agent 232 South btuitiings new Female Institute das of S7 tor Book H eaw searched by Deputy Marshal Eos Clark Street Chicago 16maylf rWG Vhite Prewrlptiou Druggist GBORtii U MVETCJ Â¬ R P Tucker Circuit Court Clerk of Montgomery died at bis home In Mt Sterling corner High aud Sycamore streets TuesdnyJuly 10th 1SS3 at 1 oclock P Jt of kidney J nllection He wis the sou of Peter G Tucket aud was boril in Mt Sterling May 10th 1644 aud all his life except In tbe army was spent iu his native city In 1862 he enlisted as a soldier iu the Confederate army in tbeCom pany B of Capt Peter M Everett Col E F Clays 3rd Battallion Ken- Â¬ tucky Cavalry and served to the close of the war f urrenderlbg May Isti iotJSj iu Mt Sterling John- - The Campalgu Song by Will 8 Hays which appeared iu the Weealy Courier Journal of July 2 has been issued Iu Sheet Mhsie Form and the demand or it will be large It was enthusiastically received by tlie Na tioual Democratic Club Convention held in Baltimore Maryland July 4th and adopted as the Uerflocratio battle All orders song for the campaign will be promptly filled at 23 cents a copy wbeu teu cotties are ordered 15 cetitH Copy In orders of fifty and 12 cents a copy for one hundred and over The words aud music are printed on heavy sheet music paper of four pages Address all orders to Will S Hays Music and Poetry Publishing Company- Courier Journal Building Louis- Â¬ 87 ville ky Stone Carrie t 1000 WadkinsTempaJane are es cirivv fS the Children They suddsri SADDLE OtXvrV penally UablS to from 6 a m to v oAs Colds Coughs Croup Whooping Ccafli if Money order and registered letter Best stallion 4 years old and over fi to Best stallion 2 ears old and under 3 low We guarantee Ackers English hours prompt 7 a Jt to 6 V M etc It saves Best stallion Remedy a positive cure marc or gelding 1 J B WILLIS 1 M Sold by anxious watching year old and under two 10 00 hoars of Best saliiofl under l year okl 10 00 W G White Prescription Druggist 1 C 6 stallion 4 years old and over stallion 3 years okl and over 4 stallion 2 years old and under 3 stallion mare or gWmg 1 ear old and under 2 Best stallion under t year okl Best brood mare and horse or mare coit tmdr I year old 25 00 15 00 10 00 to 00 10 00 t lib ill bo ere nu J I jly JJ- J- tl m If you want a nice buggy phtelon Carriagei barouche or rocknwayj npr-l-- t collpe go to John Doneisdb I AM Hi BLUE GOSS FORSALE M 1 fiOCKAWAY RING Best mare or gelding to rockaway and known to be used for rockaway purposes MODEL RING be shown ee A TRIAL femtf PEERLESS S ers ive ear M ar- top Tp5SSwffa3aPff AGENT mare or gelding FOR THE FANCY Having Decided to go West I Fanciest turnout TURNOUT EA8IEST WEARING offer for Sale Privately My Farm Best boy rider under 14 3 ears 11 rfr TRUSS on Earth n SPEED RING Call and see it In Sight Of Richmond Best and fanciest model stallion 2eeo old LEADS THE 1T0KLD In OM for Owra Sprlority atCfe- m aiw entsMi iittninn lalltnal ana 1 tipt i- 3000 10 00 W fcf Widtfe Prescription DnigKist mar2Stf 2d St near Garnetl House W II Kelley will build you a good Colleges Also in plain view of the house cheaper than any mau in town city clock Said land has upon it mar7 tf Special rates for ice Cream for pic- S DiDLLi uies mid other parties The fastest mare or gelding 1 year old and under 2 to be led ordritensix times around the Lying in less ban Ihree qiiarters ring of a mile of the Jity Limits and Best combined harness and saddle stallion any age in sieht of the Male and Female rilKTON POXY Best phaUrn WllDIDgaDOll 043 AIMS rfie 1 50 00 20 00 kee tbo Peerless Engines Engines Geiser poly WALKirJO KtN8 o 00 A First Class Residence Best walking mare or geldttg an age Tiireshcr and Traction and Portable and Creamery Domestic The Steam tan riows Trte r itent YariaMe Dors PM tuu Mil alia CieaHCr IJ tg rise per tat If- all ehrt the for 5- - at SB- - laws re- - It or eccsoev isrs V all and JH jTHUT wmm tt yoa 7 as of 4 ean tbe lislt ea ad rip- - are not 1 We Want Ydui ier 7 tasiEZ YOU WANT OB Beeseao- - - and TAXES al LiTripoiuiLQioii stlroarHisiou Tour il AIB GLOBE r V i Bl LMSaBdFIEE ir Â¬ Resitoes for Sent i x WAITED S hit tRut XA1 FRAME RESIDENCE d-tAL r H iii fr 9 wmmmua Â¬ msm ia 1- 9 msM W j jpggpg rO1 I -- 7rR5-r t h k r TREATMENf OF jCOLTS Why a FULL OF FUN FACTS FOR FARMERS i 1 t Degrees net striven for by stuÂ¬ dents or Xrthers those belew zero of VTorklIorscs Nature furnishes tho young eolt llejG Wash wot book yo trad Kqtiid food which is oXaotly an frough now with I haint wadln sdapted to its tvatttfi The milk ot the trough none hits WobstaWs bridged Harpers Bazar fdem contains sugar for respiration and dtckshunary te keep Hp animal heat casein to How annoyed a man must feel who Imild p itH Mitsdcs and bone oil to is successfully vaocinatcd itnil two lubricate and cashlon its joints and weeks later meets with au accidont lay on lat to rotind ont lta form Tno and has to haVe the arm amputated nutriment of this food I in solution Pilck vaqsirfag a very slight amount of dt So you admit hivÂ¬ Magistrate gerin to change it to Wood The ing been engaged in making counter- Â¬ feeder of the yoHBg coit should make feit money Yes your Prisoner jibe change from the mothers milk as Iloner yon sco the supply of tho genu- little TioleHt as possible therefore it is ine artielo is so wry very short advisable when that can be done to Jtnig teach the etdt lo drink cows milk at Papa to Jehnnlc four yoars old TOitiag and give it about fear quarts Wont yon have another pierce of J per day with other feed The wean Â¬ duck Johnnie JohnnieTetb ing can be mAde very gradurl by gv thir 1 believe I wilt Duckth ray twa qnarts of ootts milk with a f vrite tihiekeaoepttHrkey KY pnwt ef bran twice per day ami after HrUL jr little whHe gtre a pint ef Mta be I think George if you intend stole grass Bdrly eat and Hioeiy cttred hay should be given when grass subscribing for a funny paper said Srriggins this year k gene and Also a few carrots beets Mrs Fx 1 see it quoted all you might over and I or twnips These roots wiH be an take the jitkes are nearly always good almost prfeet substitute for grass Grain shoakl be given in very smalt Life Sely man Can you give mo n and not h quantity at first What is jour profes Â¬ jHf more than two qnarte of eats per job sir lean dy dwrmg the first winter But we sion yon A carver in w d Thank to a situation prefer food in a emilqnid state for help the eelt and think that bran and yon I will go ami get my buck saw Lincoln fottrnaL cows milk are mnck belter than oats at on re Old Griggs the Bret winter All green food is R ally Tom my mneSt more easily digested than dried boy I cant stand this exravagance and therefore the roots are an exeel Yon spend five times as much money Woll Tom ent additiun ami keep the stomach on yourself as 1 do sad all the secretion in a healthy eott don tyou know father IhaVenfc got mtott It k always ftHind that a a son to support and you have Irani by wcthforBied cult makes fine Tid BU progress when the dam yields a good Do yon think Miss Smith he Jrttpjtly ef milk The intelligent feeder pleaded that in time yon might learn sfartild try te imitate nalnre and fnr to love me Possibly the girl re Â¬ iHfehan ntondanl supply of food te the plied Jf yon could render me a ceK containing the same elements in statement of what yon are worth Mk s solHble condition as possible so Jones I might learn to rove you Tin Uwi this fine growth which the oolt very quiek at figures1 A Y Sun wjxm 1 Me mi is 01 uie nan mb Young Wife What in the MtthAlost bnt continued nndtminish j world has kept yon so late doar very mwH aepetma Hpen the o unsteady in his a Bret winter Often an attempt to save Hubad Beenlittle office walk al trying to few dollars in feed has resnlted in strike a hie balance dear Young the leee of ten times the amount in the Wife Well I see you havent beon One valne ef the horse growH Yonken Statesman net afterward make up for a suceeesfHl A tramp applied at the back door dfioiecy at this period Liberal of bouss U on a street for somothing feeding and o4 care produce a lib Xal roUtrn The oolt should have tho to oat aHd the mistress of the estab Modntn he iwranc ef exercise in the open air lishment let Mm in ald with a formal bow I crave aeh and its stall or stable shonhl some nutritious alimmt Hester Itswe a dry dirt floor with good bed Mag floors are the rrnilfm she called to the cook theres a man Plunk here wants something to eat Bring Atinttajo4it cm n ef bad feet out that plate of pork and beans Tjihtmc Ah madam be said taking the dish as a soft light shone in his face LISTING CORN a fellow feeling makes one wonder ens kind I used to reside in dear A PraeMcs VTIilcli I ot Recolre the Boston myself rt WntiunloA Critic Approval of Autliarltr 3S I here had no experience with list EMPEROR WILLIAMS ing enrii and hence can only reason AGE MfMMi the snhj ct in the abstract which Who Readied the 1 dteMfce te do for public Hse I see no No Monorrli Kiioith 1IU Tears Number of tsimd reason for tlie practice and in reigns are rare in history fee mo reason save economy and long royal lives much rarer still economy m tillage has already been carried too far A few of the essential Princes occapy one of the lowest levels Tho cendMiens ef tillage are the most oera in tle whole range of longevity 4ete separation of the particles of s oil air of courts is destructive of health vfor hW together by adhesion that it is nerve and luxnrioHSLives width early and effeminate practically possible to get in order to corruption habits unchecked passicni arid un- Â¬ favor root development and easy after undermine tillage the lightening and opening ot ceasing rxbiltiment do notby frequently consum- Â¬ the ad te the ah in order to facilitate are ambition orshortened ing care warlike toil and ssdt dMnlogration and that even me- Til or the murderous hand of haeieal division of the soil that favors p Among the remarkablvlong an equable diAnsion of moistHre air history of Uzziah imi heat in the soil and yet admits reiugin fifty twoare thoseMilhlidaU s of Jh lah jenr- aftrr ewrlaee tilings in a manner best f f Poutns fifty seven Saior 1L of calculated te conserve soil moitnre lVr da seventy one Alfonso I of listing answers neither iWto e It Portugal seventy hree Frederick ettffi a t rill mark ont of compact III of Germany XnttyMltree Chris- Â¬ ground leaving the smrronndtng soil tian 1 of beimafk sixty oampaet against the moVemeHts rf L mis XlV of France sveuty betk air and motstHre while in case tno G orge of Eigland III M We meeh rain this excavation reÂ¬ fifty nine Ferdinand IV of Naples ceives an overdose of water A loose vty-live and Pdilro 1L of Brazil ridge ef earth is relied up to dry out But a It is tree that after cultivation beÂ¬ fity seven he wasUzidah was tlte outh when placed on tween the rows partly overcomes this throne Mithrklates a boy Sapor a tnmWc bwt only partly overcomes it new born lutlM Alfonso an infant If it U plowed out corn roots are cut Christian eh vsn years dd Louig four and th land fc ridged for rapid dry Â¬ Ffrdinnml The plow for oern tillage is of all the nine and Ptnlro fivOi and ing nnmRrchs nwntioned only an abomination The liiter always G Mrge lIL reached the apre of four--coappeared te me lo be a makeshift ile Polaml had one King who viee te enaWe the easy jtrose cation of Hved to the age of oighty eight m type of farming that h makeshift Sainslas L szzynski but he reigned m eitaraeter with litUe to com only five years and survived his meed it If the lister is a good imple throne fifty six years living in quiet Iment then our diiloophy of tillage retirement We mtM bare to be recast and tlte new days of antiquitymust go back to the to find Emperor sjrstetM will have for its motto How Williams royal jteers in age and the net te tilL only ones we discover are Iliero II of In the above remarks I have eon Syracuse anl Miuinisa of Numhlin Bned my views to the common praetiee both f whom ended their reign at the i ef listing without previous plowing ajje of about ninety The reign of ad only give expression to an opinion Kameas IL Pharaoh of Egypt the I ventere the assertion that opinion Sesostris of the Greeks is believed by unsupported by aecerit e observation some Egyptologists to have lasted have bet little valHe in so complex bout years and his life mildness as agriculture Tho e who one hundred lmt others reduce ne Inters often claim gool results aboutbis reign ami hii days to normal boh For the above reason I would accept proportions Thus no Emperor known the loose observation of those who to history no reigning King deire to justify the praetiee as eon Chrisieiidom ever reached the ago in of SanCarn in Sural Keto William elusive Ckictgo Tribune It Should Ha Different From That Dirty boots aro as much ostot place on tho hay as on a carpet A section of brokoo wagon pole makes a good tamper or ram rod for uso in sotting posts Pastures can not bo continually cropped Without somothing being re Â¬ turned to prevent loss of fertility The man who has all his hoaTy wagons built with four Inch tiro on the whcols should hnvo a rebate of fifteen per cont from his road tax The lambs tho first winter should get liberal fare it is then tho growth is made for the bost sheep No young animals will attain to as good results as the one liberally fed Corn land cart not be turned brer too soon as the frdst tvill greatly as sist In reducing it Tho cutworm is the principal cnomy to contend with when the corn is yonng and the best remedy is to plow the ground early enough to allow tho cutworms to bo turned up to the frost Kerosono Is of great help in the propor care of poultry Their nest boxes should be ollod with It as a pre- Â¬ ventive of vermin A fow drdps oc- Â¬ casionally in tho drinking water will hinder colds or roup and when ap plied to scaly logs it effects a cure while It is highly recommended as a cure for cholera The Science of Health says If fanners would avoid suddenly cooling the body aflor groat exertions If thoy would bo careful not lo go wltE wot clothing hnd wet feet and if they would not overeat when in that ex- Â¬ hausted condition and bathe daily using much friction thoy would have little or no rheumatism It is more trottblo to hatch eggs in oarly March nnd eggs are also dearer at this time Bdt It should be remembered that it is these early puU lots that will make the best layers next winter if given goojl cartv Tho moult until cold later hatches do weather bomds and this cuecfcs ttldra at a lime when egg production is nioro profitable than at any other Oil says tho American Agricult- Â¬ urist is fatal to every insect it touches and sulphur is vory offensive to them A mixture of four ounces of lard and ono of sulphun Well rubbed together nnd wltll tho addilion of otio ounco Of korosone oil and ono drachm of creosote will be found an cxcelent remedy against all sorts of insect vermin while the liberal use of kero- Â¬ sene oil on poultry roots will free the fowls of their tormontors Grass lands as a rule are nog looted by our small farmers But little attontlon U paid to draining in fall and winter and no mulbhin or attempted imprbvomoritl As sdqtt as tho warn leather hpprbn6hcs snedp and cows aro turned in to feed on the young blades and if the cows give milk and the lambs grow fairly well for the butcher that ends the matter If more caro were given to seeding down and getting a good stand of grass no better monns could be de- Â¬ vised to Insure improved methods of lyi The new Dry Goods and Merchant w drTawilkes 1 OSeaitsil PractICe Limited Professional Cards The Earn Mutual SMITH The attention of the Compajdt of FMIadcIphu The IENjf Mutual fewes ill ap- OFFICE Smith Build tngMain Street Life and Endowment Pot Office hours 900 to 1200 M ttoo to ed forms of junesa tf - Surplus being available in reduction of EM 400 second and succeeding- payments t C MORGAN D D S such return of turples hare reduced the average cost of iasttni nee much below OFFICE Main utreet over Mndl the figure of many first class competitor its Non Forfeiture and Extension sou National Bank Richmond Ky juue22tf systems are the most Kberal extant full reserve being applied at kpee to extension M POYNTZ DR of original sum msttred or to the pur 80RGEON chase of Paid Up mswrance is may be AND PHYSICIAN OFFICE 8econd street next to desired Alt Policies non forfeitable and a r juue22tf Whites Drug Store two years facoaieMaMc The Pens is wieqtiaied m finanu4 EVANS M D G security WhheiK security there k po AND BURGEON insurance Mere volume of utK g PHYSICIAN no protection The rel test i applied OFFICE Hecond street insurance writers and the authorities a june22tf State Insurance Derailments viz I e DRS TAYLOR In this r v ratio of asccls te liabilities and Surgery pect tbe Penv stands at the head of t Practitioners iu Medicine list having now f i2 of well secured a RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetover Dykes sets for every 100 ef liability preserf pr juue22t contingent Give us a call before Grocery Store eisetrhere - to Dentistry Insurance fully caHed to the Px jmWfc is re Mu 1 al Lire Bennett Tailoring firm of Orooke Urraston invite the public to inspect their 1ixe Clt3bier AT MoKEESOLD STAND J Etensiva Spring Stoek which was J carefully selected in the eastern experienced buyer markets by an Gor First and Mam Streets Richmond Ky ig DRY GOODS The attention of the ladies is especially called to our superior line of Dress Goodsj eriibracirig the most fashionable Fabrics to be had in New York W qpJS faXr OTHIHG J- ASHE - uDy L nJrb3 TRIMS VilUSES Choice Silksj Henriettas Serges GEHTS FUBHiSHiHO GOODS DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET J K te JBoges c Cashmeres c Lace Flounces of all kinds Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats c Next Hoar lo Luzons Up Stairs Residence at Willis House june 00 f Offers his professional services to tbe public Office in drug store on lower Main july27 Iy Street Richmond Ky District Agent Omce First Nat Esr Jerry A Stui Local Agent RichmrnJ K- 9may3m DR PHIL ROBERTS E B WALLACE AND White Goods in great quantity We baye in Laces Ribbons Collars Culls Handkerchiefs Gloves and Parasols all that can be desired Handkerchiefs Hosiery DR U C AMBROSE FORD KY Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the ternoon June 22 tf we nt Merchant Tailorini With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the best Nevr York school 6 aft titf desigH iH dills garmeutsj experienced in the best houses of that city and versed in every detail of the business aided by on elaborate stock of 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 priees Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of Suits Underwear in pro fusion Prices to meet the demands of the times apr 18 tr pcTsiciar COHTRAOTOR af- Â¬ - Is Jrepared lo de air nrtds X- - BUILDING AMJ COKTISAGl WORK W T SEXSMITH MD tn PHYSICIAN Offers AND SURGEON AT THE MOST WHITE HALL KY his professional cerrices public g7 ijr to the Heassnable Office at his Irvine Street Rates ori Balhe 4r DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY Offer Will furnish drasritigs1 Jlans anl speciikaJon at aay time Jsi French English aid American Sitings liis professional cervices to tlte public Office Aug 17 AL at FottcII 1 Parrlshi Jul2 J F CoBNfiLf SOW C0IINELIS0N tf TRGtJSEBlItfGS and VSSSTXKTGS C Z T RICE We are putting forth suits equal to the best made in this country Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us JR Heath HEATH C Practicing Physicians KENTUCKY RICHMOND ofler tbelr professional services to the piilAtC 4J tnlyl GRASS AUD FIELD r Largest and most commie st Our roc Central Kentucky Goods and Lowest Consistent Ff5c cic SEEDS jann ry 77 and 79 W Mam kS Ft it P CARROLL Lexington- farming MANAGEMENT IidV to GEMS PURWISSIITG GOODS SEE OTJR IMMENSE STOCK OF DR GILES HARRIS WACO Kv KY OF CHICKS et Yorker Prf FACES IN - CHICAGO What id Observer May See la the Garden OHya llujj- Street Walk np State street ride on a 4eet ear stand around a suburban depot hew many daffodils do yen few Hew many faees that bear evi- Â¬ dence ef snnshiny hearts How many eyes that lighten with pnre and kindly inner fires Yon will see hosts of hard featmed men ami women sent llins along in their rarioHS callings purseing vocations where their aim is Hot so much to serve worthily as to maintain their so called rights You wiH see tebacoo impregnated men expectorating on stair eases where women are forced to trail their skirts yen wiH see cadaverous faoes whore tho abuse ef hygenic laws has left its death like mark you will see HHtidy people who ought to be corralled like wolves and kept from blighting tho pure air with their noisome presence yen will see lazy eyes and suspicious hawk like brows and sensual lips and cruel moHths and idiotic chins ami pinehed and mincing gaits and pow Â¬ dered and painted cheeks and arti- Â¬ ficial hangs and frizzes but toll nic eh toil me for the love of sweet Heaven where will you see any thing better than this sad category Hew often will yen encounter a faea that you wiH take en trust or an eye that VU knew borrows its light from Hravett or a manner that is sweet and cordial as the breath ef a rose iti Number them on your ihe dew my dear aud only n one finger Chicago hand in a days traveling Journal A tortoise with the inscription was found in H Deibert 1717 Schuylkill Countf Pa Tho name proved te be that of a man who owned and clearedthe land in the vicinity in the eaHy colonial times Or the shell of he tortoise were signs of great age part of the lettering being almost obliterated The cost ef corn for simply keep Â¬ ing the hogs ef the United States warm has been estimated at 76000000 that being the difference bHween fat Â¬ tening the hogs In eeW weather aHd in summer - Bissian soldiers get four cents a TUey oeme so cheap that tbe 1I1 Czar doe not hesitate at a war w fcM Uiem tSesion Potf lht Italic Stronc HeaUhr anil TroUt able Birds Whon they begin to pick the shell keep closo watch of the hen It is a good plan to take the chicks from the hen as soon as they are dry and smart Tut thorn in a basket of wrJol by the stoVd It prevents being trampled on by the mother Some df tho chicks will break tho shell all around and the lining will bo so tough tHit they can not get ontt Those should be iielped hut never tako tho in from the shell if there is any blood in the lining as thoy are not roady to hatch till the blood is all absorbed Usually the chicks will cat in twelve to twenty-four hours from tho timo thoy hatclk I generally food as soon as they como out and begirj tb pick for food Feed bread crumbs mixed with fine gi ound nieiU wet with milk Some advise feeding cooked eggs They are good enough bntT never saw tho advantage in them I feed the infer- Â¬ tile eggi tested from under the hen during incubation I would rather sell the good eggs and buy other feed Chicks should be fed vory of tin whon small They should iiavo sartd within reach Be careful to givo them water often I have soon chicks die in twelve hours for tho want of water When about two weeks old it is very essential I sometimes use a box made of slats with a board bottom large enough so the largo fowls can not reach the center Put feed in it two or three limes a day and let the chicks help themselves but do not feed too much at a time if there is any left give it to the olhor fowls Keep the hen shut in a coop in a dry place till tho chicks arc three or four weeks old Keep her in till tho dew is off in the morning nntil tho chicks are well feathered then let her run Feed whole grain as soon as thoy will eat it whoat AN EVERY DAY CALLER cracked corn whole corn and oats If the chicks arc confined they want ASIail Woman In Search ot an Inn ocent Chler or Police meat cracked bono and gravel or in she curtly queried as shells It is better to lot the chickens she entered the Woodbridge Street sta- Â¬ run if possible You will have better tion chicks in the falL Chicks of the larger What boss maam quorricd tho breeds should not be allowed to roost sergeant in return on a porch till they are CVo months Bass of the police of course You old It is apt to make crooked breast dont suppose I came here to inquire bones Feed and water judiciously Keep tho coop clean and the chicks for the boss ofastcamboator niacbino free from vermin and warm and dry shep da you Well the snperintendentis boss and and the loss will bo small and you will have some good birds in the falL he is not in Humph NOVELTIES IN JEWELRY Wantte see him personally Hell probably think it personally Beautiful Thine Recently Exhibited by before I get through with hiin Look American Goldsmith at this A sword hilt richly jeweled is a Ycsm It is an item in a news Â¬ pleasing variation of this pattern in paper to the effect that Hannah Clark scarf pint got a ride in the wagon for drunken- Â¬ Dainty scent bottles of oxidized 9I ness What is wrong maam vor wire are made to imitate wicker AH of it Im Hannah Clark Do tubs Minjature portraits encircled with I wek as If I were drunk yesterday Have yon any recollection of my being diamonds make protty but expensive scarf pins hetv A small globe completely studdod No maam It must have been with poails makes an artistic pendant some other Hannah Clark for a queen chain Oh it must Well see about that An odd thing in brooches is a walk- Â¬ Wheres the boss At his office in headquarter Turn ing stick of oxidized silver from which around the corner and keep straight hangs a pair of worn out shoes A spidor with numerous legs of up Dfflt fear that I shall lose my bright gold a pearl body and diamond v Youll find this a very serious eyes makes an attractive scarf Yiin A superb bracelet recently seen was matter before Pm through with yon I havent lived in this city thirty five of Itoman gold the ends terminating ong years to lose my good name in a in balls of enameled forget-me-no- ts A black a oluo and a white pearl day Well see how many Hannah C arks there are in Detroit before wo set as closely together as possible get through with this My damages make an attractive combination for a scarf pin are fifty thousand dollars A tilvor poncil recently seen repre- Â¬ No Not a cent less and I won t wait sented an extinguished taper tho wick cf which was curled so as to serve as over a week either Hannah Clark who took toe much budge got a rido a hook Moonstones backed with foil of dif- Â¬ Han Â¬ in the patrol wagon yosterday ferent colors and sot in triangles in Badge nah Cark Patrol wagon Just lenime set eyes on the boss for tho shapo of flowers make peculiar but protty brooches Detroit Free Press half a minlt In brooches a handsome design rep- Â¬ resents a sickle of hammered gold A Dreadful Threat within which lios a bouquet of vari- Â¬ colored enameled blossoms An Austin adored man with pro Some hairpins of tastoful design re Â¬ trudiu eyes ritehrd into Justice Toge cently seen represented an arrow fiae and exclaimed Mrs I wants Colonel Jones who libs shank of tortoise shell the feathers m x door to me put under a million being of brightly finished silver In brooches a handsome novelty is a d Uurs bonds ler keep de poaot butterfly of filigree work with a diaÂ¬ II is he threatened your life1 He has done dat berry ding He mond hoad emerald oyes and ruby body The bright hued dots upon the said he war gwine ter fill do ncx niggau he found after dark in his inseets wings are represented by opals moonstones and brighter col- Â¬ hen house plum full ol bucksho- tored eioaes Jeweler Weekly Texas Silings cy -ire Neck Wear Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Shirts laundried and unlaundried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc Oilers his professional fiervicea to the Jau4tf public WALL in great cjurtlitity and variety elegant ernbbSEetl glib S prin PAP ERo from tlte cheapest to the most CONSISTING OF It OOCLS Mil - DR S M LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON KENTUCKY RICHMOND uily Office on First Strecfi Ml UDIET MISSESHD CHILDRESS H W BRIGHT M D PHYSICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street ucxt doorto White Drug 8tore Bpeclni itttfeiitfiiii given to Microscop Â¬ ical ami Chemical examinations of tissues ami fluids of the human body 22junetf f apllS tf Ill MNHITT il-H Jj W UXWXWXV MM Ky We have on hand the riidst complete line of Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond We have taken CO special pains in selecting- this stock to get GENTRY SHACKELFORD II tnci iiio3t Stylish Durable and Comfortable Shoes in the market ioEo3srE 333sr Bear in mind that we handle the best The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricul- 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 gggAnything we have in winter goods will be sold at greatly reduced prices THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY IN FACT THE LARGEST IN WALLACE RICE BEEN i Footwear Furnishing Soods and Hats in Central Kentucky SciC5dla of ureful for- o pu r motion cr chose the x tries or uia of Jue wo can clothe you and furnish few- with l tho nocessarj- and rinnecetery appliances to ride wait danceMSp to cnur eat fish hunt work Evenous sues OT itay at homo and an etyles and quantities Just Spire d to do all those thine want is rel tho DtrTEBS estimate - Of tho value of bo sent upon QtJlDE- which-- wi receipt ef 10 cents- fo tar postage CO MONTGOMERY WARD 111 114 JUchisaa ATeHue waezsc t mchziGm - Tho BUTEKS GlSC arch and Issued reactx 7ear It is on ei tn n k FMtCmuhSr IF TriTrrT n rMPZ WltFSf 111 E1S FAM p Tastes rood- - CfO 1 DR C S HOLTON Komeopithic Br T ari fWTiHir Physician and Surgeon ttolt Richmond Kentucky Office Main Street otter D fii Brunts oo to Office hours Srjo to 1100 A M M I believe Ptsos Cnr for ConsumMiTi saved my life A II- - DaKti Editor Enquirer Edifr ISSf ton N C April 400 P Â¬ Special attention given to disea es of women and all difficult chronic cases Patients treated at a distance and Homeopathic medicines sent lo any ad Â¬ dress may 16 1 y DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 5U51 UJ Tho best Cough Medi ciiia Is Pisos Cure for Coxsttjittj oir Ciildren tako It withotrt objiction By all druggist 25c Surgery RED HOUSE KY AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR MOB IN THIS TOWN mch2l iy We keep constantly on hand a large stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE of all kinds as well s IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE- Â¬ RIAL Also a LARGE andFULL LINE of all Roods in other lines that we handle Special attention given to furnishing Nails Itinscs Bolts c for Tobacco Bams We are the agents for the most celebrated J A Higgins mm iih mi d TURNER PARRISH Attorneys At Law RICHMOND KY Special attention given to abstracting titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky Office in Cumax building 8E Corner Main and Seeoud Streets up June 22 tf Btaira CS3 WHttE AU lkM f AKS BestCocgkSrrffp Tastes ffooa in m lbrdr fcists mar7 6iu USO upper stbeel Bs Farming Implements and Machinery We call attention to a few that we keep and are agents for The Walter A Woods Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers The Buckeye Twine Binders Reaper 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 it is the best in the market The Keystone Disk Harrow that is pronounced the best in use The Only Reliable Corn iPianter Vandiver Rotary Ask all who have used At least 100 of them in use in the county them The Evans Com DrilUthe onlyone that has proved a perfect success Have old them for years The Celebrated Bell City Feed Cutter both for power and hand1 None equal to it Also a ralllineofOther kinds oC Feed Cutter TheJCelebrMedsOld Hickqry Farm Waqn We have also taken the agency for UiCiCroker Fertilizer and Chemical Cos Fertilizer that ispronounced the best in the United States Try it on lcom tobacco potatoes and wheat in tacU anything tliaf grov Â¬ Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands of RICHMOND KENTUCKY uoasteu Uoltee A R Bur OFFICE with c F Pure Rio Combination of Rio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocha nam on First Street juue22tt Pure Private Plantation Java Pure Arabian Mocha and Genuine 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 Xia Attorney at Law Attorney at Miller E T BURNAM LOW TOURIST BATES CO a first class round trip tleirt oa lor uu an 73 noa sxoiwTr prsTucge cam nhtataMl from At VjmiI in fircat Vails Mf v taua tbe eomios raanaicUng Centra of tr i northwest m stpbv n OTS0 0O For 4 EalntPulfl will be named dnetlonslvl tost and south cama JiSlrom Rates corrriondinglj- bs i to points ia Minnesota and Da Â¬ kota or upon Pngct Sound wd ths Fades Coast For further partioilari address H K Tnpper Diitrirt Passeaser Airot 232 Sonth Clark Stmt Chicago 111 or C H WJU - ndretoru21 AN I rrVAi h toitelenit rre I OBlA fimilpoints STAPLE PAHCY GROCERIES LS Peaches Etc auglO 1 Beans RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE on IMrxt street same as formerly occupied by Couuty Judge octo Beneral Paraeaser Asent St PimlMlnn Quecnswarc Glassware Wooilcinvre Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes ly 033lOOOS OIS Peas Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs Attorney at Iara RICHMOND KY Otllce on Second Street T J SCOTT lIitrH88 MHfol lHlsrcE35S a hku aia24a unwrj lSfTW sl 71 iu 5 flSSn J lUimriK umim3i SS 1 31 41 SS y June 22 tf r I3UJ1 liWUJ J3 a iii I IKS M 1 CINCINNATI JOLY4SJ0 CS -- Attorney atKYl aw RICHMOND Office on Seeoud Street POWELL SigSStiasK 3Pu llali t assS9a rI I S4 7 8 in 11 iSu ns m r 11 214 H II Si 17 13 ttli4i7n 7 Utl4llSMIIVMT 1 ai 7 a U irr----H ami 1SH4 81 i June 22 tf si7nvn S llt MM U iiiiJi7M55i I If 22CS 4tSS8p729 11 U pa n W IS 30 74 75 as 77 71 -- -- n tiiih WI31 11 12 z 4a 3 - z and any one that wants of all FarmingImplementsithati we sellandTlio JWe keep a list tosatisly himself as regards satisfaction that theybuys them give can OToFj fiinTTTffS aiT4SSI w m --jie- -ijili ask partiea using them i FnTT BT7 We are determined to keep goods for all The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairy The Fanner can find all he wants under our roof Machinery Trace chains Haraes ii uyiyaTKs 4 uwih n rt - counties nnu in the Court of Appeal Office in Mnster Commissioners office over Circuit Clerks office Attorney atand adjoining Xaw Will practice In 2dadlon juno 22 tf A J REED ii 4 s l19lljl ar 33 3x3imisa4s ii Jut ZtzGjfjrs b 1LS i HuttrauhjOBttM Bf33 paofA UK M uejni 1 H 75 3SH 73 14 MIT 3 - 70 T is 7171354 S T b iTg GRAND JUBILEE celebrating the Settlement of ihe Northwestern Territory Hayforki Shovels c UNSURPASSED DISPLAY sai-feiWsaE-tts- Attorney atKYX aw RICHMOND Office corner Main and First streets I- up tilnirs over Ramseys W S MOBERLEY The Carpenter and Builder can find all lie wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the only complete stock of Iron Horso shbes Nails and Wagon Material in the town We of course capt enumerate all the goods we handle but ask all to come and for themselves the stock of goods we keep in our 127 foot store house They will see find siis EXCURSION RATES FROR3 ALL POINTS may33 3m t THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only employ the Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic IiimtcJt will mokt competent workmen giveVpecial attention to all work done itt that line ROOFING GUTTERING RE- Â¬ PAIRING C as he has done in the past Our long experience in our business enables us to be well up in it in the way of markets and buying our goods strictly for cash enables us to buy at the bottom price and thatbcncfit we giveto our customers Dont forget that you can always find the lowest pikes and the best goods at the old reliable house of Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Shingles Laths Lime Cement Hair ay2 rRg D GALT -- - HOUSE I RtMrardnl are those wn r-- iniHanu insii acx incT fid tteuorablo MBpIoywea tkatTflll nottika tl m fin their horeet- - aad lamlrles The profls arj rJ TiKHle ami are sow toklog tevrral i n scv w moatb Ills oetafa Hnd unwartMperens-dkfforwho tswt innlce Si Initio work Either sz yoi g or Aid tal not ueled wo slart yim EvertrT as r new No fpettM aMIHy Trqalretl as any r6arat ran aaHns wepatlieelans oue -W u once for lull whto rail fre ActdresD SOeMHt Co I Maine cov A LOUISVILLE KY in thacity The largest aufl JTnqsfc Hotel BUILDERS AND GOBFTRAGTORS tiat ttiej i Rates2i50 to 4 Per Day The undenkmed would rcsrjectfu J rouho to Utae cotrtetBpUtin bu are prepared ta c n tract OF EVKRT r a SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO- - 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond tf Main Street below According to rooms tc BVIUHNCS DSSCKIP nvi U H MYERS Kj irot Turkish and Russian Baths in ly i octSft Satisfaction gnarasrieed EsHmates made free rf charge iumished on apaiieat i an short re COLE LONG apr i ill Contrath rsand B v - rl ce i -- r MMMMAafc--XjjliXA- M-