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J k 5 SSi SM h 4l Is V - J U1 an myw volume ABOUT Tii SJU J i - J- - a- - I 1 EICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST FASHION Corsages 1888 NUMBEK T 1 i- - medium again taFes your canvas and requests you to face a small mirror llsnrtto Iroee Onneoes which is so small that any thing that jt rarap and DlsasreeableanOne ary happens below the level of her II any one who is at all curious In shoulders can not be seen While lie mattor of statistics will be good this placing is boirig done the medium try and calculate the num enough to apparently holds tho canvas careless Â¬ Vr of people who meet each other ly in her right hand but in reality to say she hitches it to a hook evcrv day in Losdoa alone cleverly con Â¬ toiling of the pcovlHoes or In fact cealed at her waist and draws out the rf any other place either in or out of painted canvas which she raises and qsitc Jandwe tldnk of whompositively two such a way that tho painted portion in is we May as tLrJs not reflected in the they do so a slight backward mirror because of fcr Shake hands when slant whioh is not tnr t the numbers wo ski probably ap noticeable to the visitor absolutely meiedibk and yet pear Meanwhile you stand with the can Â¬ ra ro extraordinary still it would seem vas poised above your head before a tint cut of these many bmIUobs of laf and fondly imagine if you are haiJ slialsers no two are absolutely at all inclined to believe that tho caa- Why do we shake hands If o tsn ar It does not vas is the original one and that trick- Â¬ one aj pears to know ucn much if any thing Who has ery is out of the q uostion Now says the medium mtfEffred from the strong aad hearty Just -- rasp tt let us fondly hope ardent hold the frame very steady for a mofciCTdship when perhaps wringed ment so as not to disturb the spirit ti J is wrung with the fervor of artistwhowho is one of the old school will reproduce a most valua- Â¬ ertlus astic gn3hingness or affection and Hercalos in ble ancient painting for you bj some jurial You hold the frame firmly and look who forgets he somc ing iins tmes pes near to smashing the frag Â¬ steadily into the dimly lighted mirror Now continues the medium ile and confiding fingers rashly for tip it forward just the least tie rcmcut placed at bis mercy Why sweetly The tipping discloses the paint are wc thus competed to suffer from bit Who has not suffered ing in such a way that it looks like a cur fnends when meet kn the roan whohand as ifyonwore long darkit streak on the canvas Now tip slowly forward for its a it La holds yonr Not too fast You tip jrisp handle for ten minutes and will developing Who has not suffered the painting very slowly forward ret let go that otlier who will not hold on guided by the hand of the medium at all lut allows yoa to do the shak-I-- jj lest it be moved too fast and dispel The effect of this in the pr cess for him Who does not the illusion kcTv the man who simply seizes your dim reflection of the mirror is to make hand to throw it violently away from the painting appear to develop from Lin in apparent f nry Who does not the black streak first seen To the sub- Â¬ fcrr the ortof spasmodic hand shaker ject the illusion appears perfect and the cheap print chrorao thus developed who pushes you backward and for irarJ to him and away from him as if seems to the awed imagination a gen- Â¬ he were sawing you perpendicularly uine work of art To make the trick even more im- Â¬ Who does not try to shun thr nL the man Hho works yonr arm around pressive the medium sometimes places as f yon were a barrel organ Who a touch of phosphorus in the center of is unacquainted with the man with the the canvas which naturally attracts eamny hand who as a rule will not the attention and is watched with wear gloves Why must we shake bated breath during the process of de Â¬ HAND SHAKING GLEANINGS or fr-i- -- out comes his hand once more to mlf your own and make yon wish rna fcaJ gone whereveryou were goinc ly an ot her route To sit down calmly to wiite of shaking hands1 is so e rnious an undertaking that one w uld require almost throe volumes wherein to express all there is to be ssil on this subject When one thinks tLat not only every country in the wild but nearly every county in that country has some special and dis mgnlslied method of salutation on meeting friends and acquaintances it seems absurd even to attempt it We ac credibly informed that handshak Â¬ ing which is supposed tobe a jroof ot friendly feeling first came into fashion in the time of Henry IL Up to that time our ancestors were mnre affectionate in their greetings than we their colder natured descend Â¬ ant embracing and kissing each clher much in the same fashion as our rthbors on the other side of the Channel and in Italy arc accustomed ti do at the present moment The historian who is pleased to date the commencement of hand shaking in iico of osculation and embracing about Henry ILs time is perhaps in error as it is more probable the close rmbrace of acquaintances began to ue discontinued later on perhaps hen tobacco was first introduced into this cinntry This certainly seems a probable surmise as oven in our pres iU year of grace a man it ho has been s inking a cheap cigar or a rank pipe 3 certainly not the most ombraceablc iljc in the world and only think what the tobacco of Baleighs time r tmhave been like Hjwever whether Henry II did or id not begin the fashion of shaking hands it is now rapidly becoming v rJone in England The fine flew iles pois the crerae de la creme tho quite too too people do net indulge in this practice as ranch as the upper aid lower middle clashes for there every one shakos hands with every one en entering and leaving a room op meeting in the street and on say rg good morning goodnight or ood bye It is a wonder we En Â¬ gl h have not transplanted this irri tatirgand glove splitting habit over the world Certainly in some parts of India they shake hands as we do but it is by no means universal though to please us be it understood foreigners ff all degrees from the Duko to the aVstman try to ingratiate themselves with us English people by shaking our hands immoderately whenever thoy get a chance London Queen an c hanJs with him Yet we all do it we dislike it we d lc it very inuoh even he sees we d si kc it that it is positively distaste f J to us yet meet him to morrow PHANTOM An PICTURES Jle Ulums Intelligently Explained Mmc Diss D spirit painting is an a dent trick which has been re-Â¬ Ancient Trlclc of Astrologers and bars Jfars Any one who is familiar at H with art materials is aware that wnvasrs for paintings are usually sold retched over little wooden framos which can afterward bo inserted into gWed frames if desired The can Â¬ so vases are made in certain sizes it is eay to secure dnplicntes whenever desired pirit and any Tatcr can promptly furnish an exict counterpart of any sized canvas hat may be given to them to operate upon sni sorted to by mediums astrologists and fortnne tellers in this city for many thing olse in Splritual that which is dene mast be exe Â¬ rted in the dark A dim and uncer tiin light is nocessary and things are arranged as to smack of the snper Batnral as ranch as posslWe xon have brought yoar own can- e marked a medium as visitor unwound a small modern rame over which canvas was slrntohed 0iyes I thought I would be able V aat I had convinced myself at there conld be no possibility of tlltks r7erJ good replies the medium e spirits aHd Myself are well Phased to have the Matter placed be 3nd the question of scoffers The medium is never discomfited T has a canvas already painted just oe size cf the one brought and a Ht- er worl iB way of stelght-j-han- d is all that Is necessary She your canvas looks at It a ment and then asks that it be parked This is done She oare Wr notes the position of the little placed on the canvas and leav- 8 the room she marks a painted nas in a similar manner and places nder her skirt throagh the side of ch is a yndt cat large enough to Wthe painted canvas to slip out X Keturning to the room the Like every Cors iges with full fronts are in high favor for all kinds of dresses from rich silks to tho airiest gatiae U iderskirU of white wool with col ored drapories or a fold of white wool set under the edge of fuil colorcd skirts arc seon on many of the sum- Â¬ mer f reeks They arc pretty and givo the effect of gayety always desirable in out door summer dress The short London coats which are imported in colors which harmonize with all shades of cloth will probably be the general choice this spring and summer for ordinary wear only a few gowns with jaekels of the same mate Â¬ rial are imported Many long wraps are shown as well as short coats The cloth dresses which have formed a feature of each seasons importation for several years are superseded by cashmere Henriotta cloth and light silkon cloths of soft wool Gowns of the Henrietta cloth aro shown in all tins prevailing cloth colors made up m combination with Francais bengalinc and moire silks The first importation of bonnots Â¬ show crowns the precise shape of lust season but the fronts longer than any worn lately Flowers will be used in profusion upon the spring and sum- Â¬ mer millinery The new importations are bunched with a single long thorny stom or with bunches of green stems tied together The pointed effect is aimed at in nearly all elaborate wraps There is a decided tendency to pointed styles in scarf draperies for wraps and for the shoulders and fronts of gowns The pointed wraps the pointed girdle a feature of many of the new bodices intended for house wear and the pointed draperies all show this Tlie most comfortable and easy of all the spring designs for costumes is found in the polonaiso frocks which have plain undorskirls and polonaiso turned back at tho sides and velopment which Another system mediums have of faced with wide ribbon producing these art treasures is a may be cither plain or watered This ribbon is sewed chemical process known to few A as one fancies picture is painted and is then sized into the under arm seams and drawn over with this peculiar chemical mixt- Â¬ down to a point in front whence it falls ure If an artist were to examine loops in long onds and at the back two and ends of it are set beneath the canvas he would say that it had the short middle forms of tho basque simply been primed When it is desired to produce the spirit painting making a pretty puffed sash Tlie new shepherdess parasols are the canvas is rubbed with a sponge dampened in a liquid which eats off made of Pompadour satins figured the white priming and exposes the with small floral devices in natural picture as fresh as when painted colors They are lined with old rose This can be done on a wall as well as absinthe green cream white or prim Â¬ on canvas and it is in this way that rose color and trimmed with ribbons and lace in lovely thread patterns on walls are produced ome of the rtiflles ten inches deep Mme Diss Debar paints most of her being of cream white with a nar Â¬ spirit pictures in this manner The secret of the chemical preparation 1rower lace delicately tinted the color 1 the lining falling above White used is carefully guarded by those foulard parasols are dotted or striped Nl Y IlorW whojjnowit vA lined with a color matched to the strips Parasols are extremely varied SIGNALS BY TELEGRAPH in style shape and size this season Sending Tliem Orer 7000 Miles or Wire being odd elegant simple elaborate in a Fraction of a Second The recently announced claim of a plain showy large and small io suit Springkid telegraphic circuit of over ten thou Â¬ all tastes and purposes sand miles surpassing all previous Republican experiments is somewhat misleading HE THOUGHT HARD Many efforts at long circuit work have occurred during the pas few years A Slatlicinatlcal Problem Solved After Considerable Thinking the distance varying from 4600 to Tlie old time colored man whose 8 100 miles It is a matter of considerate pride recollection of tho days of bondage is clear and whose to the old operators of the Western still reasonably Union Tolegraph Company in San dreams are ofton tinctured with sights Francisco that the feat of transmitting of tlie big Ikdusc and the wide plan- Â¬ clock signals through 7200 miles of tation with its snowy cotton fields is line and talking directly through that not a rapid thinker This is duo to same line has never been equaled The the fact that his educational advan- Â¬ Illiter- Â¬ occasion of this feat was the tele- Â¬ tages were extremely limited graphic determination of the differ- Â¬ ate people generally think slowly or As a natural ence of longitude in time between the leave the task to others United States Coasl Survey Station in consequence when the colored man San Francisco and the observatory of does get on a train of thought he be Â¬ the Harvard University at Cambridge comes oblivious to his surroundings shout hallelujahs or Jn the yoar 1869 In order to deter- Â¬ and may sing the most unexpected mine the time of transmission of a sig- Â¬ talk politics at nal either from the clock or from the time and places One of these old timorswas accosted operators key ovor tho given length of the line of 3 GOO miles three dif- Â¬ yesterday by a younger man of the mothods were devised same color as follows ferent Hello niggah whut yor thitikin Oao of those was original witii Prof George Davidson who had charge of bout Who me the observations Through the liber- Â¬ Y s snh ality of die management of the West- Â¬ WhutUyorsav ern Union Telegraph Company a Whutyer thinkin bout double circuit of line was looped at Me thinkin Cambridge so that there extended Yes sab from the San Francisco Observatory How yer know 1 wnz tliinkin 3000 miles to Cambridge and tlie re- Â¬ 1 seed yer turn from Cambridge by a somewhat Seed me thinkin different route of nearly equal length Yes sah The two earths were under the San What wuz I thinkin bout Francisco Observatory distant from Dats what I axed yer each other not more than ten feet Less see what was I thinkin The line was first opened by an oper- Â¬ ator in the obsorvatory and when the bout Oh 8e A gemman axod me last connection was made at Cam Â¬ ter work for him fur fou bits or day bridge the San Francisoo operator was an said hed only chance rao fifty considerably astonished to get his own cents er day fur boad When you mcsiago back within one seoond of spoke ter me I wuz tryin ter ligger up how much I could save outon dat time Then the astronomical broak circuit What you moke hit Wy don t jor see dat yerd onme clock was thrown into line and made its first break on a pen recording upon out in debt fifty cents obery week Am dat a fac a revolving cylinder of paper in the nit air pintodly San Francisco Observatory and after Dan de gemman will hab tor raise this break hail traversed tho line to Cambridgeit returned and mado a de numeration or come down wtd do M H White in QoodaWs break upon a second pen moving par- Â¬ boad allel with the former in about eight Sun tonths of a seoond of time This was DECLINE OF FAMILIES continued every second for several minutes and was repeated upon sev Descendant of Pumous Men Who Occu- Â¬ pied JLowly Xosltlous oral nights and when one of the twelvo battories in tfiis long circuit Among the descendants of Thomas was ronioved the wave length time Piantagenet Djke of Gloucester fifth was reduced to only sixty five hun- Â¬ son of Edward IIL was Stephen J dredths of a seoond Conversation Poany who was not many years ago Georges Hanover was of course cnrrled on at th same sexton at St rate of speed This feat over a line Square London 7S03 xailoj in length has been uh Among the linoal descendants of rivalod up to tho present lime both as Elmund of Woodstock Earl of Kent and sixth son of Edward L occur a a practical working exhibit and Ban Francisoo Alto butcher and a toll gatherer the first scientiCcsuccoss a Joseph Smart of Halesowon tho latter a George Wilraont a keeper of Soaking Dirty Clothes tho turnpike gate at Coopers bank After all our purpose in washing near Dauby A slery is told of a scion of the groat clothes is to got out the dirt and the more gently this is accomplished the hoS3 of Urquhart of Cromarty who less injury is done to the fabric Soak- Â¬ was necessitated by his extravagance ing in wator dissolves and loosens tho to sell hie inheritance and who sink- Â¬ dirt and that tWs Is accomplished is ing step by stop to tlie lowest depthsÂ¬ made evident by the dirtiness of tho of wretchedness oamo at last a wanwater in which the clothes have been dering beggar to the door which had soaked Those who will not draw once been his own No race in Europe surpassed tho dirt out by the gontlo method of soaking arc compelod to use the PlsntageneU in royal position and harsher method of nibbing hard and personal afchievomonts and yet not britshing and they will even employ to dosoend further thnn the year 163 injurious alkalies in washing in ordor the great great grandson of Margaret to do that qoiekly which would have Piantagenet daughter and heiress of been bettor done if done slowly If George Duko of Clarence followed clothes the practice of soaking thefollowed the trade of a shoe maker in Newport Salop more universally were Fraser of Kirkhlll relates that ho laundresses would not be so strongly of tempted to use lime and injurious saw l lie Earl of Traquair cousin of preparations as they are now James VI bogging in the streets washing He was says Fraser Clothes that have beon thoroughly El in burgh -in an antique garb and wore a broad oaked are lwOf washed befoie the while old hat short cloak and pannier actual washing is commenced cloth- breeches and I contributed toward the difference of color between him a noWa He that are regularly soaked before wash his relief We gve hat off and re-Â¬ and these that are not Is moat was standing with hismoney from my in ceived the piece of CeselCs Magazmt spirit-painting- s-- Dresses and Parasols to Suit All Tastes anil 1arses hand as humbly and thankfully as tho poorest applicant Cromwells granddaughters nftor seuing her husband dio in tho work house of a small Suffolk towiii died herself a pauper leaving two One of The Old Doctors Drew blood modern doctors cleanse it lienco tho increased demand for Altera- Â¬ tives It is now well known that most diseases are due not to over abundanco j but to impurity of tho Blood and it is equally well attested thai ho blood medicine- is so efficacious as Aycrs Sarsaparilla One of my children had a large sore break out on the leg Wo applied ftimple remedies for a while thinking the sore would shortly heal Bnt it grew Worse AVo sought medical advice and irere told that an alterative medicine was necessary Ayers Sarsaparilla being B jMpRiaiBt The Novelties and New Goods -- daughtors tho older tho wife of a shoe maker and the younger tho wife of a butchers son who had boon her fellow servant Another of Oliver Cromwells granddaughters had two child ion of whom the son became a Small working jeweler and1 the daugh Â¬ ter the mistress of a small school at Mildcnhall JJoforo tho time of the Protector the Cromwell family possessed estates equal to those of tho wealthiest peers of tho present day and the groat Olivor himself inherited considorablo nroporty which augmented from private sources mado up a total sufficient to maintain his family per- Â¬ But petually in easy circumstancos within a century after his death Thomas Cromwell his great grand- Â¬ son was a grocer on Snow Hill and his son Oliver the last inalo heir an attorney in London When tho twolfth Earl of Crawford was imprisoned in Edinburgh castlo to restrain Ids recklessness and prodi Â¬ gality he loft one child a daughter who having no one whatever to look after her rocoivotl not a scrap of edu- Â¬ cation and was allowed to run about like a gypsy She doped with a com- Â¬ mon crier and at one period of her life lived by mendicancy Charles IL granted lior a ponsion of 500 a year but owing to her utter degeneracy it proved more hurtful than boneficinl The malo bond of this family died in the year 17J4 in the capacity of hostler in an inn at Kirkwall in the Otkney islandTho estate had been dissi- Â¬ pated by tho sponthrift enrl hi3 father and with his patrimony he Lord Lindsay Earl of Crawford bought a small property on which ho resided for some year until through adverso fortune this went too and to save himscf from starvation ho was fain to go as a hostler Chicago News - in every department cause all who visit the to utter exclamation of surprfee and pleasure Every line we carry is complete and prices NEVER WERE SO LOW FOR CASH AS THEY NOW ARE We rrarc undoubtedly the prettiest line of Satteens ever brought Io this cky and every style and price from the cheapest American to the finest French Satteens can be found in this Stock Our Eastern mtportatiotts of BUSY BEE CASH STORE FfJooIsn all others we it with mar Â¬ velous results The sore healed and health and strength rapidly returned J J Armstrong Weimar Texas I find Ayers Sarsaparilla to bo an admirable remedy for the cure of blood diseases I prescribe it and it does tho work every time E L Pater M D Manhattan Kansas We have sold Ayers Sarsaparilla here for over thirty years and always recommend it when asked to name tho W T McLeali best lilood purifler Druggist Augusta Ohio Ayers medicines continue to bo tho standard remedies in spite ot all com- Â¬ petition T W Richmond Bear Lake Mich Recommended above used Brass Goods and as you will certainly save money by so doing are marvels of Beauty and Style that can not be excelled BEST BRANDS of CALICOES such as Manchester Merrmmc Cochega Hamilton Pacific Etc All five cents per yard and new spring styles We have just received a full and complete ttock of oh MEFS BOYS YOUTHS and CHILDEEFS CLOTHING W L OOOGLAS FOR GENTLEMEN and we earnestly ask every lady to examine this stock before buying elsewhere We lead the market in 3 Shoe Carpets Oil Cloths Rugs Lace Curtains Curtain Poles Trunks Yalises l a c Ayers Sarsaparilla PREPAKKD BY Or J C Ayer Trice 1j Co 5 Lowell Worth Mass six bottles 5 a bottle 43 E The only fine calf 3 Seamless Shoe in Wc CAN SAVE YOU FROM TWENTY FIVE CENTS TO ONE DOLLAR on every pair of Mens Ladies and the world made without tacks or nails Children Shoes you buy from us As stylish and durable as those costing 5 or 6 and having no tacVs or nails to wear the stocking or hurt the feet makes them as comfortable and well fitting as a Jun22tf Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store hand sewed shoe Buy the best None genuine unless stamped on bottom W L Douglas 3 Shoe warranted CHAS S POWELL J STEED SMITH W L DOUGLAS 4 SHOE the original and only hand sewed welt 4 shoe which equals cu6tom made shoes costing from 6 to 9 RAMSEY OLDHAM7 THE CORNER SADDXERY ft SMITH k POWELL J 4 1 W L DOUGLAS 250 SHOE celled for heavy wear is unex- Â¬ BUY CHEAP atent Mushy W L DOUGLAS 2 SHOE is worn by all Boj s and is the best school shoe in the world AH the above goods are made in Con gress Button and Lace and if not sold by 3 our dealer write Vi L DOUGLAS ISrockton Mass JACK FHEEMAX Agent Richmond Ky febl 6m Fire Insurance s We represent ten of the strog est Fire Insurance Companies in the world We represent the Com pa ii- - that has the largest capital in the world the Company that has the largest paid up capital in the world tlie Company that has the largest assets in the world the only Company 111 the world that pays its losses without dis- Â¬ count and does not make you agree in its policy to wait sixty days after a lire to get your mower All Companies charge the same rate then II 1 Call your attention to their commodious and elegant liouscj corner of Main and becond Streets luchmond Ivy NORTH CAROLINA GEMS Searching for Platitinm and Discovering the Covetoit lllddenltes Some yonrs ago E lison the electric wizard was convinced that platinum existed in North Carolina He sont Willinm Earl Hidden an accomplished mineralogist in search of it Prof Hidden little knew at the time how full of results to him that pursuit of platinum would be II could not find tlie desired mineral but he lound some- thing far better Being in Alexandria County a quiet part of the State many milos from a railway ho was conducted by J A D Stephenson to gem bearing ground and looking a little more narrowly found some of the goms He pur- chaed some land returned to Edison and reported his vain quest of platinum thon came back to North Carolina Hi wont to work to develop his mine Sinking a shaft in a simplo way ho gradually mado tho opening largor and larger until superficially the mine presentod tho aspect of a stone quarry Oiit of this rude pit in the earth were takon un- Â¬ numbered goms one hithorlo un- Â¬ known To this Mr J Lawrence Smith of St Louis an eminent scientist gavo Hidden1 name and Hidilenite the equivalent of tho diamond in value boennio instantly the fashion Its tender tinted green crystals its intense hardness and its new beauties whon cut wero only some of its charms From Ilia day of its discovery to the present it has bcon a hopeless task to supply the demand for it Evory hiddeuite found is al Â¬ ready purchased long in advance But strange as is this flashing green miracle of the earth the place of its birtli is yet stranger Tho laborers who arc working in the mine hnndlo thoir picks with the greatest care They are on the watch for pockets Possibly for an hour the digging goes on and no pocket is struck PresÂ¬ ently the pick goes into an oponing With lender fingers the earth is par-Â¬ tially removed and finally the miner feels with his ban Is every portion of tho opening It may happen that his search is in vain but it is ofton tho case that his fingers touch little crys-Â¬ tals that are so imbedded in the sido3 of tho pocket that their points project outward Thoy are carefully picked out Perhaps all arc beryls perhaps there are a dozen kinds of goms or yot again it may be that they arc only hiddenitos Somelimos gems worth hundreds of dollars aro thus takon from one pocket Baltigh N G Letior PAINTS 8Sf MADE OF if THE WAY H i up I To get a Ftrst CloulVaicli Is la ocr Co Operative Clulo Benzine Rosin f Sill mszs There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance and the quality of the goods they oiler 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 jeh Jelle flHEbEalo AT THE Oil Barytus LOWEST GASH PRICES wVtlf4 Every Style and PKJiSV Variety of Harness Â¬ ANT OTHER- - Ceap Stuff Which cost to produce from 30 TO 4QC PER GALLON The manufacturers of same di rect that they be flowed on be cause they have 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 anv Pure Linseed Oil and Lead well rubbed out properly applied will cover home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted Tlreir stock of Buggy Kobes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as elegance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber Thousands of the best 3800 Buggy whips of whalebone riding whips of cowhide wagon whips 5old Watch ever niailo are in cur Co oncrativc Clubs of best leather whip stocks of lenther and wood Spurs in variety This Is the Iirtt Chmpttt 3lat Convenient Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups aad only co operatho System of selling wnlihs The watches are American Lever Stem Winders Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and strong every essential to accuracy ami dura containing bility and hove in addition romcroo ptcnta shop made and city made lmprm omenta lound In njothur watch Tbcyare absolutely the only lutt and Jiampproff SI ore Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse boots tnentu made in tho World and aro Jeweled throughout with UEXUJX11 ItVIULS The toe weights girts brushes curry combs spunges c 1attnt item If ind and Set U the strongest and Eimplest made Tlicy are fiil y equal for ap Â¬ A lull lino of collars hames trace chains back bands hame strings pearance accurzcitdurabllitv and xerriee plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners to an Watch Ourco operatlTC ClubSystcm Â¬ Why not Insure in the Best Insure your liouee and contents and sleep soundly it will be too late after you are burned out Our Companies have over 40 000000 capital and over 100 000000 assets viz Liverpool Globe Loottoa Assete brings them within tho reach cf every one aE9 HAVE Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed P O tiu wmmiBri WerflertotnyOnm l AGENTS saddlery and harness house VK dlBL H racrcwl WH TED 2ffi5Remember the place Uerndons Corner Main and Second ClnliH Constantly r Join HowAgmir SaveFormins Streets and Honey JSG the KEYSTONE WATCH OLUB GO Cliiotnut St Bjx OS Plilla I N TUEFMEX CAN ELSE ANY TUINU IN TEEIE LINE Commercial Union Guardian Home Lancashire Queen Hartford German FiremansFimtl National Te4al 413 4765 3003334 So6i 7955 6o5 3M4 2187173 2181915 2006857 119121514 M aprtS gat WBH WE WAflTACCMCICS IN ACENT3 mch ia fim EVERYWHERE CCnY LAHGC CITY jann X33EBJ W iy C GORMLEY CO ADRUFF i or pers 15- - Mdy igbt It ate rol ryi re WILLGIflffS PURE MIXED PAINTS -- iff sTlfr A D P ARHER THE MAIN STREET all and IN OVERmmm Snaues Mei - SEWiHQ 1 yoa ir as 3 ot 4 -I y m cBol I Is the place to go if jou want anything in N M UlTXZ AND COLORS Pal Self Are guaranteed to be made of Pure Linseed Oil White Lead Zinc and other purest and Jbest Hie materials They contain no water So 3 benzine barytus or other cheap materials will cover 300 square The ELDHIDQE B la sold with the guarantee of fcelng the BE3T feet two coals manufactured and IhatcanboKAJJE put up only by Geo M Willging Richmond Ky Price Wholesale AGENTS WANTED or Retail tlimdiig jli Diamonds Watches isea WATCHMKERJEWILEB DEALER IN Clocks Jewelry Fine Gold IIeaded Silk Umbrellas Gold leaded Canos Wntehes Clocks Jewelry SHveraml JPJated ware ead- - 1U can the are not 1 f 1 Fine Razors Fine Pocket Knives etc Special jeer- - attention given te Domestic Sewing Machines SETTING AND ALL KINDS OF DIAMONDS ma AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES leoao- - IK aeesn El and SENSIBLE ECONOMY IlublU Which Can lie Acquired Only br Thoachlful Persons for all ordinary shades or colors Wealthy men and their ways wero boing discussed a day or so ago by a Will make any shade or color to group of men in ono of the prominent order banks when one called up tho familiar roniark that whon a young man 10 W1LLGING sarted out in lifo his first 1000 was the most difficult to acquire It Decorator in Paint and Paper isnt so much tho start it gives ho said though it is something not to Main Richmond Ky St -be ovorlooked but it is tho habit of mar7-tf Of course I economy it implants speak of young men who earn and save their money Thoy acquiro habits which cling to them all through thoir lives and I can call to mind an ex- Â¬ ample in ono of the richost men of tho city He really has more money than ho can spoud without boing recklessly oxtravagant and though his name never appears in tho newspapers ho gives largoly to charity and worthy objects will receive his check for S500 sometimes loss and soraotimos more but whon he purchases any tiling for himself lie drives a shrewd bargain I have seon him refuse to take a hat be- Â¬ cause ho considered the prieo half a dollar too much when ho might havo bought out the whole stock in tho shop KENTUCKY and never missed the money No one may say that ho is mean but ho has C ARMAGH economical ideas that ho gained whfcn he was an impecunious youth strug- Â¬ JOHN DONELSON gling hard to get along In tho world Pkopkietor npr4 tf Philadelphia Bulletin 125 Per Gallon 1 SEWIKG MACHINE NEEDLES REPAIRING Promptly done and In a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silrer ST Dont forget tlie pteee aext deer to the Post oflice Rtebmoad Ky ELDREDGE MANUFACTURING CO ajELVlDEUE Feb-22-6- ILLS BRING YOUR EN u Old Gold CHICKEN Cholera Cure and SILVER and get new goods for it or the jan4 lf ASK FOR THE G L O jSL S EC P G Remedy Fine Carriages QUEEN ATO CRESCENT ROUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FxWORITE LINE TO New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the Thousands Â¬ CUTHERSON LEXINGTON LEY KY STOCKTON WILLIS c marked Agents For Madison Ceaaty of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Chol- PriGiBal sep2S ly era It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the Where Are Ton Going discovery of a remedy that positively When do yon tart T TTheretromT Howmasy cures has been made and to be conparty T Irrlphf TO THE PACIFIC COAST- - la yoar have yonT What asooat otyon preferor baggage What roots do vinced of its efficacy only requires a THE SOUTirERN ROUTE Upon rexipt ol an answer to the above qee trial A 50 cents botde is enough for Moas yoa will be laralsned bee ot expense wMk the lowest fl a rates also one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ Cincinnati and Lexington with anteed If after using two thirds of Moniiiis and Night Trains ana uuuei rars 10 Beany an 01 aWateJcraa A citizon of Smlthville Ga says iilaUoanMeB If I a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly the Important titles ot the South without oliange wtt save troahle thse and raoBey Agents w that the other morning hearing a voice Contractor and Builder caH io jiereoa where necessary Parties aet satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken answer BUNNLVO THROUGH CAKS in an old log pen by tho roadside ho Hulir JU1I1C TWKNTY EIOUT HOURS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IN ready to crretMs above questions shook eat ot Avith an set of Cholera return it to the undersigned and prei notice lor fWge rctmmce K J looked in He saw an aged and dilapi- Â¬ Is prepared all kinds experienced building and your money will be refunded may basae useful Address a H Wimsh ot house hands to do Travelers have a choice of two kinds of Sleeping Car on General Passenger A sent St PaaL Tftnrr on his knees praying and repairing Give him a call dated stranger Qrniol Wktifm STOCKTON WILLIS OLord soften tho hearts of tho peo dolr Buffet Our aud Pullmans Fittest iahiee ButTetiSIeeperi3taloKooin Pattern oug 24 ly trar7 tf plo that I may not lack for bread as I In answer to questions Tin niYO cBLFniATnnpiHiLBrqw go along Nearly All the Leading Railroads and H Wonders exist In ihonraitHts of i he tramp said that he novor ftiled to passengers lioWlrtg Uetcets vta Ibis line at ronivs but are iHirpufceeu by 1I10 Irand Central Union Depot In ClitelnnaO UmUt Uy W JMfci wm rvme therefore savh1 trRUfernerss the Wty and are assured a louruay attended with teeei 9aarnatMtl Patents Caveats and Tmirr IKurhc get broad whon he prayed for it and ntnifett or can refunded soiwrtor to a otI fw lartio mall Sent JtJl iraiit SMdnr nmrttahlfl urli tlAf comfort and ceaveutenee proetm 5 Treoiont Su Loctuu kmA istefg is Ir Rented AppHeaUoiM Jfe that lie never failed to pray en be ilooe wntl vine at home ANuould nt vtvml ind PripMll All lut t once tend tbtr ttddresa luIUllott Co Iort via-- Queen and Crescent MrnsEfel8 UB ot thi before iheU 8 Patent Office prompt Travel Ituid Maine ana receive Ine all Informa A white girl of Toledo had ty-Â¬ l Life of KESaYWfua BEEPER Jjow earner mx of alt age can earn tion ly aitenueu io tor roooeraie lee aut ua phoid fever and whon she recovered Irntt f IO par day aoU upward wherever General Office St Pael BalWteg West Fourth HU Cincinnati Ohlo elutrge wade unless Patent is secured titer live Yoo are started frte CapHut not JOHNaUAULT her skin was as black as that of a ne HCOL1JJRAN LXio v m tt Send fir Tsventer GukJe rraatred Borne have suule over sxt in n General Manager IJ1U11B U Ld cokvs AV General Passenger Aeot gro LaloCle day at this work All succeed KCABROLL FRANKLIN H HOUHH RXUYAN apl2 6m aovav ly Qirawal bapstlateijUeuU 1 27 Assistant General PaaBesaerAgeat SMytptf WMWaitoe D C Pom ts SouMas mi 01MGS t rs WORKS Â¬ ni uni cmot PATENTS f X tter tEi 3eflt T UKX Â¬ i9 yz Â¬ x JXZ THE CLIMAX riBI6HBB EVERY WEDNESDAY BY A BIG REPUBLICAN FAVORS TARIFF nBDUGTIOX AXD PREE WOOL He BECK ON THE TARIFF Compares THE Climax Feinting YEAR Co - FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE Editors- PRICE PER 8150 1SS8 WEDNESDAY AUGUST i Democratic Ticket FOR riJESiDKNT GROVER CLEVELAND OF SEW YORK FR VICE FKBSIDBNT OF OHIO ALLAN G TQURMAN J FB fillRSIFF W BALES CONSTABLE FR T B AYRES day morning Yte for Bales early next Mon Â¬ IK YOU HEAR IT Jekn VanWinkle white in the Glade Repablican convention last Suttirday for Constable Willis is now running against R G Bal land the Democratic candidate for Constable Yoe Glade Democrats turn t iKixt Monday and strike from the shoulder THE REPLBLICAXS PRAISE HIM Ckttriee Willis colored defeated to the Hon J B reseat efficient Con fer Atvera He surely Is the rnreeHtative of the people remiHe rf jHles HarrodsbarK 8alDgs am We are Metreary JmleWetl rHH or The alitor of the Sayings and loJHgs is a Republican and was Jost maeter h rider the last Repub liean Administration He is now JhairmH of the Republican County Committee But Iks is willing t give the devil his dues as every good newspaper man ought Â¬ tte HBPLllLICAX PREE TRADERS licans of tlie House who passed a free coal measure in 1S71 free traderes Did the Repulicans of both branches of Congress who in 1S72 actually cut down the protective duty on coal 40 per cent strike a deadly blow at American industry I If not why not Â¬ Â¬ The Cleveland Plain Dealer has discovered that Republicans have now and then endeavored to kill an infant industry It says that in the same overwhelmingly KepuUtcan House of Representatives presided over by James G Blaine that passed a free salt bill liy a more than three fourths vote there was introduced on the same March IS 1S71 a joint resolution to put coal on tlie free list There was ho hesitation about that measure either By a vote of 130 to 57 it was decided so far as the House could do it to abolish all import duties on coal Again the Ohio Republican members were louml voting together for this free trade measure to strike at tlie in fant industry of Ohio coal mining The Senate objected as a mattor of course but in 1872 a bill passed both Houses reducing the duty on coal from 125 to 75 cents per ton Where the RepubÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of the great Hadley Manufacturing Company Boston and a prominent Republican has written a letter in which he favors the Mills Bill He says theRepublicans now rufnse to aid in putting raw materials on the free list and certainly in New En gland free raw material has been considered Us nn element in protection almost as essential as the duty on the manufactured article From his business experience in both importing and manufacturing he is fully aware of the necessity of protection for the maintenance of certain manufactures and he very much regret that the Republican party with which he has acted from its beginning hasj for politi cal success takon a position which he considers hostile in its practical effects to the protected industries of Massachusetts The Democratic members of the ways and means committee he says take broad and on the whole reasonable views of the tariff question and while of course they look at the interest of the United States as a whole they do not ig- Â¬ nore the fact that many great industries have grown up in this country under the high duties made necessary by the war of the rebellion and that it is only fair and proper that consideration should be paid to their existence and condition Neither do they ignore the fact that the work people in the protected industries are very largely members of the Democratic party Beside the consideration that his manufacturing interests have been put at needless risk br the partisan risk of the Republicans he must also take into consideration the interest of the wliole country in which we are all involved and he can not feol it to be right to vote for any one who can honestly stand on the Republican platform Most of the Republicans with whom he has spoken about it have told him that they had not read it He can readly believe that it would be disagreeable reading to republicans who in the past have in all honesty desired to have raw materials and fool products on the free list But the exigencies of practical politics have forced the party into a false position as regards the tariff and into many other unwise and danger ous relations in regard to the foreign and domestic affairs of the country There is practically no party in this county in favor of free trade in any reasonable sense of the term and he says it is as unfair to call the Mills bill a free trade bill as it is to say that the Republicans are in favor of free drinking of whisky because the manufacturers of protected articles have for sseveral years insisted that all internal taxes should be taken off in order that it should be impossible to alter the duties on imports While the Mills bill is not a bill that wholly commends itself to Mr Lyman it is correct and for the interest ol Massachusetts in many particulars notably in the matter of free wool Every manufacturing country in the world of any consequence says Mr L3Tman except the Unit ed States has wool on the free list The posiion that the Republican party has taken makes it well for the county as it seems to Mr Lyman that it should not have control of the government for the next four years Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Authur T Lyman the Darascrstic and Re paelican llalforws Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ between a revenue aud protective tariff squarely The Presidents menage la 1 propose to stand or our platform fall on the principles he maintains The UerCest assaults made on it by our opponents only strengthen it when the people Investigate Ihe matter Radi Â¬ cal greed for exorbitant taxation on imported goods In order to increase tho home prices of domestic products brought into the Treasury Vast sums beyond the needs of of money the government until we are com- Â¬ pelled to buy not only all the bonds fiow due but to purchase at auy prem- Â¬ ium those not now payable In order to restore the money wrongfully extorted from the people to circulation In- Â¬ stead of locking it up in the Treasury The basis of bond circulation was cor- Â¬ respondingly contracted We resisted their taxation at every step aud when we sought to reduce it in every legiti Â¬ mate way they banded together aud thwarted our tfforts and now when the bankers they paudered to so long have become powerless as political factors in comparison with the organ ised and aggressive power of the pro Â¬ tected monopolists they oharge us with favoring pet banks When they could no longer serve two mas- Â¬ ters they denounced the weaker one aud fawn at the feet of protected com Â¬ binations who have without right been enriched by laws of the peoples labor These marauders are now or- Â¬ ganizing to retain their ill gotten gains by purchasing aud corrupting all that is corruptible in the land and through their hrelings are loudly and boldly proclaiming that their sole object is to protect American labor against Euro- Â¬ pean paupers The Presidents message needs only to he read to refute all their sophistries aud false pretenses They offer free whisky aud lobaccoo as an equivalent for the right to compel all the people to pay them double prices for their blankets their clothing and ail the necessaries of life Internal revenue taxes are with them now specially odious war taxes because about S120 COO000 annually collected oc spirits and tobacco all goes into the Treasury less 3 per cent cost of collection and not a cent of it goes into their pockets It about pays off the war pensions and tho interest on the war debt leaving all the revenue needed for the ordinary expenses of the government to be provided for by the tarifl taxa- Â¬ tion We propose to maintain a prop- Â¬ erly adjusted tariff tax which shall do the least possible harm to domestic in- Â¬ dustries aud yet they have the impudence to denounce us as free traders and to avow that they demand the exclusion otall competition with home made products which means the right to charge this people whatever they please for whatever they make that the ieope must have The American people are uot fools They know that no foreigner pays a dollar of our tariff taxation The President very clearly shows that the American consumer uot only pays every dollar of the tax impo ed on goods imported but lie pays a price equal to the foreign price with the tariff tax added on nil simi- Â¬ lar goodsmaMUfactured iu this coun- Â¬ try and as seven eighths on au average of all such goods are made at home and only one eighth imported the government which collects only the tax ou goods imported gets but one eighth of the tax while Congress requires all American consumers to pay Hie other seven eighths to protected pets many members of both houses of Congress being among the beueficia aries and they patriotically cull that protecting American Industry Â¬ Â¬ I admit that they have met the isue i- LaiU did not when they Iritl the power though they enjoyed 20- years of It In times of peace They say they will keep out foreign contract labor We say they originated that debasing sys Â¬ tem and clung to It until they were forced to abandon it by Democratic laws which a Democratic Adminis Â¬ tration is houestly enforcing They say they will give us cheaper postage We say they Ignored and refused to coufcideri or report a bill to that end introduced and urged by a Democratic Senator They say that every reduc Â¬ tion of tariff taxes has been followed by national disaster We say that the history of the tarifl reduction is just the reverse and we prove that the period of the greatest and most sub- Â¬ stantial prosperity of the country has ever known succeeded the Democratic revenue tariff of 1810 They otter us We refuse it and de-Â¬ free whisky They carry the mand free wool workman upon a high American mountain and propose to gve him the earth which does not belong to them if they will fall down and worship tlie graven image of tbe Mouey Devil they have set up We stop this same Amer- Â¬ ican workingman oc the dead level and we take him by the hand aud we You will get work only say to him where there is work to do You will lie paid for it ju3t what capital Is obliged to pay The tarifl has no more to do with your wages than the Book of Mormon It does not protect you in the least against your foreign competitor It only taxes you on what you earn It guarantees your employer as long as he sees fit to keep going profits which he reserves to himself and when these profits cease he shuts down leaving you to scratch for it There was never a strike lock out or tramp heard of in this country until we acquired the blessing of a war tarifl which lias given us so many of these that its author now propose to make it perpetual Under its beginning In Â¬ fluence artificial distinctions have sprung up everywhere mammoth fortunes to the privileged classes mul- Â¬ tiplied discontent among tiie bread- Â¬ winners darkened human conditions deepened human contracts increased human misery Iu lieu of it we otter to cheapen the necessaries of life to you and wo swear lo you as citizens like yourself hav Â¬ ing exactly tbe same stake In the general weal that you have that this can be done and shall be doue without cutting your wages one single penny or costing you the loss of a single days employment This is what we say to tlie American operative and to all other Americans and as some war- Â¬ rant of its truth we point to tbe record of a clean and economic Democratic Administration and to the tireless efforts of the Democratic party in Con- Â¬ gress to reduce taxation and to keep down expenditures Â¬ THE RAILROAD IN ESTILL Editor C imar Co Fainvuu Estiu For years past the Eastern part of Kentucky has been looked ou by many only ns a rough mountainous and half civilized couutry but she Is not likely to remain In that condiliou mucn longer for she is attracting the publics ovp and will soou develop from the present position into one of tlie wealth counties iest and most industrious Only a few year recorded In history ago this country was as much un known to the public as the heart ot Africa Estill Lee and other counties abound In rich and inexhaustible coal fields In each and every mountain side can be found the finest iron ore In Kentucky which will soon be looked after by the capitalists who wish t make a grand Investment one that will yield them a handsome income and will not change while time lasts Besides this being a line mining dis Â¬ trict it must be remembered that this Is a flue stock country and the indus- Â¬ trious farmer will not find a lovelier plnce In Kentucky to come to than tbis part of tlie couutry along the banks of the beautiful Kentucky River You can see some of the most charming works of nature that the eye ever beheld Along the mountain sides and in the dark and shady ravines can be seen all loveliness the large aud beautiful trees clothed in their green foliage and the stately piue lifting its head high above the rest of the forest aud the green earth upon which we tread all imbeded with some rich and valuable minerals which will soon be brought to light and put into use All we like now is transportation by rail then this will be one of the most flourishing countries in the world Large business establishments will be erected and numerous industries will spring up like a magicians wand The B R R has not yet heeu R N 1 built but hope it will be soon The Railroad Company havo made fair Now if we want the propositions road let us open our eyes The road is uot only Deuelicial to a few individuals but to each and every one of us and it is to our own interest we should vote the pitiful 6Uin the road asks of us only 100000 When the road is com Â¬ pleted more than S500000 worth of taxable properly will be laid down la our county besides the numerous fur- Â¬ naces saw mills and other taxab- Â¬ le property that will come with it Reason and figure fcryourself and be convinced aud come on and vote for the road aud build up your coun- Â¬ try J H E TRIBUTE OP RESPECT liv Jly 8S cut and made to order after the latest and most approved fashions by experienced and thoroughly trained workmen out of the choicest and most fashionable goods Do you want a READY RBABE SUET made especially for our trade by the best houses in the East according to the newest designs and out of reliable and stylish material Trjrm Tailor Madeyip Ktfm Want an Elegant Suit made to order or ready made AI ELEGAT Do SUMMER COAT AND VEST OR A PAIR OF HANDSOME ODD PANTS DO ZOTT WZEsTT GENTS you want the most from a WELL REGULATED Merchant Tailoring Clothing House FURNISHING Do GOODS DELIGHTFUL UNDERWEAR you want Respectfully Do you want something ELEGANT DURABLE and SEASONABLE in anything DO YOU WANT AN EXQUISITE STRAW HAT BO YOU WANT ANY OTHER KIND OF A HAT gg If yon do CALL AND SEE US If you do not call and see us anyhow COVINGTON s MITCHELL -- E VERY DAY A BARGAIN DAY AT H LARGEST STOCK OF J Streng s Louisville S THIU Car Eats 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 every day a At a called mcetiug of the Kentucky Star Lodge No 1901 1 O G T for tlie purpose of paying the Inst sad trib-Â¬ ute to the memory of Brother E O Grinstead the following resolutions were adopted Wherkas An allwise God lias re- Â¬ moved our brother E O Grinstead from this life to that undiscovered country from whose bourne ho traveler ever returns and while we bow our heads in humble submission to tlie will of our Heavenly Futher we deeply de- Â¬ plore the loss of our brother Brother Griustead was a good upright and respected citizen an honored member of our Order a kind husband aud futher and we tender his family our sympathy aud aid Jiesolvcd That a copy of these reso- Â¬ lutions be spread on the minutes and a copy be sent to tlie family of deceased B P Wagers 1 Committee Molmk Zittlk J E S Embry - AT THE CAPITAL Correspondence CxiitAX1 Washington D C July 23 1SSS The long and tedious though at times animated and interesting discussion of the Mills tariff bill which has occupied so much of the time of the House of Representatives has at last terminated as far as the House is concerned aud that body will now be able to devote its attention to the nu- Â¬ merous important measures which have been laid aside during the tarifl discusIon Seventy one set speeches were made by the Democrats aud eighty three by the Republicans during the debate and these speeches Â¬ We can not give you a in Richmond house and lot or a gold watch and chain with every Suit or Hat as we dont ask you that extra profit but guarantee to CUT give you more and better BARGAIN DAY AND PEICES ALL TO PIECES Â¬ THE TWO PARTIES As Described by Mr Watterson in Lis Great Speech at Harlem COUNTY CONVENTION TWO MISTAKES At a meeting of the Democrats mistaking the of Madison county held at the campaign The Court house in Richmond The Winchester Democrat says Kehert Fx tke man who killed Gen John Mergau U now living iu abject poverty in a little shanty boat nine by few ih the Licking River near New Â¬ port He was a Northern man who before the war was worth about 76 098 His union sentiments impelled linn to join the Federals and lie was a member of the party detailed to cap twe Morgan when bis whereabouts was betrayed by the beautiful Mrs WHtiaBW He Is a nephew of Col Fry who killed Gen ZollieoHer at Mill Springs this State and during the war was badly injured by a horse fall tag on bim Since the war matters lwve gone from bad to worse with him and he new ekes out a miserable on charity ee urday July 2Sth 1S8S C D Chenault was called to the chair and C S Powell was chosen Secretary Mr W B Smith Chairman of the Committee on Resolutions reported the following which were unanimously adopted Be it resolved by the Democracy of Â¬ Â¬ on Sat- Â¬ Madison county in mass convention atembied ltA That we approve the call of the Democratic Committee of the Eighth Congressional District for a Democratic Convention of nUiI district to be held at Danville on August Stli 1SSS to nom- Â¬ inate a Democratic caudidale for Con Â¬ gress ami for the various counties to select delegates to said convention on this day in the manner directed 2d We most heartily ratify and en dorse the nomination of Grover Cleve- Â¬ land for President and Allen G Tliur ruan for Vice President of the United States made by the National Demo- Â¬ cratic Convention lately assembled at SU Louis and we do most heartily ap- Â¬ prove of the platform adopted by the National Democratic Convention and pledge again our faith and allegiance to the principles enunciated therein 3d We denounce the platform adopted by the late National Republi Â¬ can Convention because it relies upon the cupidity ami ignorance of the American people for success 4lh We indorse the record of our Representative in Congress Jas B McCreary He has made nn able and faKhlul representative and has care- Â¬ fully guarded the interests of the peoÂ¬ ple 5th The following named persons are appointed delegates to the Danville Convention and they are Instructed to cast the vote of Madison county for Jas B McCreary as the Democratic nominee for Congress from the Eighth District and to use all honorable means to secure his Domination Richmond B C Potts J A Sulli- Â¬ van Joe ColIiusO R Estill George M WIMglHg C D Chenault J R Bar nam W B Sniith A T Chenault C Rice Powell W T Tevis H French Tipton Foxtown Ed Million W A Lang ford J W Smith Union W C French W A Wil Â¬ liams Waco J T Embry C L Searcy Yates J W Bales Marlon F Hill Glade J CJ Miller E T Fish Klrksvllle J P Simmons J C The Democrat will allow us to remark that Robert Fox is not the slayer of Gen John Morgan nor does the slayer live in a shanty boat on Licking River A man named Campbell killed Gen Mor- Â¬ gan as Lieutenant Clay one ol Morgans men now living near Jonosboro Tenn- - and who was present will state Campbell is yet in the United States Army and recently was stationed in Newilaxico Nor was Gen Morgan betrayed by Mrs Williams or any other woman nor was he betrayed by any one else James Leady who resides between Jonesboro and Bristol ienn conveyed the information to Gen Gillem that Gen Morgan was stopping at the Williams house iu Greeneville and made a diagram of the town by which the Federals were enabled to enter the town and surround the house The younger Â¬ Mrs Williams who has been credited with having betrayed Gen Morgan left town several hours before Gen Morgan who was miles in advance of his command entered Greeneville or was known to be near it and went to the farm some milae from town and remained all night and was accom panied by a young man who is new chief of police of Morristown Â¬ a Â¬ Tennessee We learned the above laots by visiting Greeneville in person and interviewing fifty or more citizens of that place most familiar with the occurrence Adams But the erroneous idea that PooseyG T Wiley W8 Jones Gen Morgan was betrayed by Million AsherNewby W C Big Mrs Williams like the old idea gerstnff that Daniel Boone died sitting Awl all other good Democrats 6 That these proceedings be publish Â¬ behind a log with gun in hand will probably never ed in The Climax and In the Register at a deer lick The convention then adjourned be entirely exploded There can be fellow Democrats not Republican plan of platform and ticket are in perfect agreement It is a rich mans platform It is a rich inanV ticket The invocation of these how- Â¬ ever Is addressed to the lowly and the poor The voice is Jacobs voice but the hands are the hands of Jvau and in the voice of Isaac of old do these hypocrites cry out to the workingmau God give thee of the dew of Heaven and the fatness ot the earth and plenty of wine During four entire mouths two of them hot ones are we to hear this wretched cant All this while the Carnesit s will continue to repose upon the bosoms of the Pink ertons and capital will contribute one dollar more of its profits lo labor than it is obliged lo contribute by the aw ofeupply and demand party The Democratic con Â¬ fronts the exaggerations and preten- Â¬ tions of theie patent medicine men with a similar recital of facts We be- Â¬ gin by reminding them that Aur years ago they predlcled dire ruin to the country if the government should be intrusted to us None of these predictions have come true On the contrary every public Interest commit- Â¬ ted exclusively to our hands has been cared for and prospers to day They are fond of dilating on the Presidents alleged laok of beauty Wo admit that he is not altogether lovely but we claim that he is one among ten thousand for he has taken care of the peoples money aud buiness and Is doing the part of an honest and brave man iu the eflorts to protect them from quacks and shams making up in In tegrity and Industry whatHver he may want of those charms and graces which are indispensable rather to the courtier and demagogue than to the Chief Magistrate of tlte United States They soy that wo ropose to open our ports to the world and that if we do so we shall be destroyed by the skilled workmen of England We say that justsueh talk assailed the ears or our great grand sires when they went out to defend heir rights as freemen and that it is no truer now than it was then On the contrary If we are given the opportunity we can meet and beat England In every ueutral market of tbe world recovering those markets which geographically belong to ns and from which with her skilled high pi Iced labor England Las driven us on account of our senseless policy of restriction They say the Mills Bill Is destruc- Â¬ tive to general business the labor and the farming interests of the country We say that the Mills Bill Is a most conservative measure of practical re- Â¬ form making a general reduction in the interest of the agriculture and labor of 1ms than 7 per cent whilst leaving on protective duties a genera average of 40 per cent Theyy they will build us a navy and retttote to m our merchant marine We My they bound together mako four large vol- Â¬ umes The bill now goes to tlie Sen- Â¬ ate and there Is much conjecture as to the probable action by that body There will of course not be as many speeches made as iu the House but as several of the Senators have signified their determinations to have a full discussion of tlie pubject it is likely that several weeks will be consumed iu speech making before the bill is reported by the committee There Is much conjecture among the friends of the bill as to the course to be puit ued in tlie Senate and while some are of the opinion that no effort should be made to secure a vote in tbe Senate tlie prevailing sen- Â¬ timent is iu favor of pressing the meas- Â¬ ure to a vote even though such a course would render a protracted ses Â¬ sion necessary Tl ere is no prospect of au agreement I eiug reached be- Â¬ tween the two Heus s and should this plan bo acted upon it is likely that no adjournment will be had until about the first of Septembe If the remarkably oool weathor that has thus far prevailed continues the National Capital will soon become aa popular iu the summer as it heretofore has been a winter rceort There certainly has as yet been no occasion for leaving the City in order to escape tho heat There are it is true many of tlie brown stone houses in tlie West End that are closed for the summer and their owners are out of town but theu society has declared it to be quite the thing you know and It would not do to disregard the mandates of society eveu though we disregard our personal comforts Since it has been decided to estab- Â¬ lish a Zoological Gaidcn in Washington au iuterest seems to have been awakened upon the subject through out the country aud the collection of animals uud birds which was com menced but a few months since has been increased so rapidly through pri Â¬ vate contributions that those in charge of the collection find themselves at a loss as to how tbe animals can be pro Â¬ vided for until the appropriation now pending in Congress becomes available Temporary buildings and cages have been provided in the vicinity of Â¬ CONCERNING FARMERS H C Kauffman and Judge W E Walker sold 84 acres of laud lying back of KauiTmans adjoining town limits for 511000 Lancaster News Moses Kabn bought SO fat cattle from J Davis Reed of Montgomery couuty at 5e to be taken in August and nine from J W Orear at same price S K Hodgkin bought of Jas Winn 2u bogs weighing 15 lbs at 5 cts per lb R B Buudrum sold Thursday to J B Smith 34 Iamb weight SO lbs at 4J cts Winchester Democrat We have more goods than we want they must move and to make ftiem move we Clothing Hats Furnishing Goods will make prices that will be astonishing Dont delay first come first served first come get the pick of whatever is in our than you ever got before for same money mammoth stock Owing to backward spring we have con- Â¬ cluded to of any description that the prices are away Dry Goods down SetS CUT DOWN OUR STOCK which is larger than ever and in do so we will almost sell them at Glothixig order to want Clothing of any description that the prices are away down Dont forget if you The wheat crops are yielding abund antly in certain parts of the country Among them we note G T Higgin- bottiam 60 acres 40 bus per acre and an n erage of 35 bus on 135 acres of Madison 200 acres averaging 40 bushels Lancaster News Your Own Price COME AND SEE THE Juo D Harris The Secretary ot the Board of Agriculture has received information of the Â¬ if you want Eoots and Shoes of any description that the prices are away down Dontorget it you want Hats r 4- Boots and Shoes 1 C1 - 1 Â¬ action of the farmers of Crawford county Illinois who have resolved not to raise any wheat barley or rye for the next three years In an eflort lo exterminate the chinch bugs These farmers will exert their influence to this end with the farmers of adjoining counties The Burgin correspondent of the Harrodsburg Democrat says C B Sul livans wheat crop averaged 35 the Bakers 46 J L Cassells 40 and W L V Reeds 0 bU9hels per acre J A H Nichols sold a lot of good old steers at 3J cts G Dauiel sold it head of 75 Ib lambs at 55 and J O P T Dedmau sold --18 head 83I lb lambs at 5c LARGEST STOCK FINEST GOODS NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES ever named for same quality of goods at prices are away down 0f any description that the Dont forget if you want anything at ah that is usually kept in a first class store that I have it and at prices that are down down down H J STRENGStore Mammoth Louisville E2 the oldest Clothing House in Richmond J maj-2-t- f B STOUFFER The price paidfor So So by George WiIkes SS500 at the Kittson sale re cently wa tho highest price ever paid at auction for a brood marc iu this country Previous to the sale Reina Victoria by Hambletoniun out of Hyacinth by Volunteer and she out KEUTTTJCKY CENTRAL E ft BHUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North West and Southwest First Street the Smithsonian Institute but the space available is limited and there is much complaint made by tlie people living iu tbe neighborhood as besides disfiguring the beautiful park there are many other serious objections to maintaining a collection of animals iu tlie central portion of the City A military company known as the Citizeus Corps of Walerlown New York have been spending the past week in the City as the guests of Mr Staples the proprietor of Willards Hotel Mr Staples formerly resided in Walertown and tho command vis Â¬ ited the City In response to his gener- Â¬ ous Invitation Tho Watertown City Baud which is said to be one of tho in the best musical organizations country accompanied the soldier boys and during their sojourn in the City several open air coneerts were given AN ENGLISH AND CLASSICAL SCHOOL FOR GIRLS SHELBYV1LLE KV of Clara dam of Dexter held tbe record F 8eacord of Galesburg III paid women in Ihe South Employs ouly graduates of best The oldest sclinol for 7025 for her at the great Glenview Eaftrii Colleges Prepares for Wellesly Our pupils received at Welleslyon Vrlillcate Course of study full aud strong All mere show and pretence dis sale Oct 1S88 Mr Stout the preseut carded frices not low tun reasonable owner of So So paid 22000 for Nut Â¬ W P POYNTER 27 wood at the Glenview sale and the presumption is that the great daughter of Geo Wilkes will be bred to the great sou of Belmont and Miss Russell SGIEilsrGEl HILL Fast Line Between Lexington and SOUTH lSOUiJD Lve Covington Ive Kalmumli Lve Cyntuiaua Cincinnati No SOHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 20th ISSs BxSan 830 am MC03 No 2 No 4 Uatly 5 Bxan 2300 No 6 NORTH BOUND 19 J feeo MC3S t m m1 No r Arr H Now York receives aunually from Georgia about 450000 mel- HomeJournal ons from Florida 100000 South The remedy which most successfully Carolina 350000 Maryland 125 000 New Jersey 250000 This combats malarial disorders Is Ayrs Ague Cure It Is a purely vegetable is a grand total of 1275000 Â¬ Tlie government of Italy will give lrottlug races this season and for tlie encouragement of breeding trotting horses Laws have also been pasted by the legislature of the Kingdom Tegulating horse breed ing They deslguate that after the-first of January 18SQ private indivi- Â¬ duals will not be allowed to keep stal Â¬ lions for service unless they have been duly approved by tlie Minister of Agri- Â¬ culture a restriction calculated to prev- Â¬ ent the use of unsound and unsuitable frlre Also that from the 1st of July 1883 Bud during a period of eight years from that date not less than 800 stallions shall be purchased for tbe govern Â¬ ment stallion centers for which pur Â¬ pose money has beeu appropriated 11000 In prizes tor Â¬ BOH itlFIBE Lve iarte- Arr Winchester Arr Richmond- Arr Lancaster Arr stAiironl lve Uichmund Arr Berea Arr Livingston ait INirts lexlngton 38 110s an iau4 pm 430 pm Arr o pm lAe 1440 ara MC50 pm pm 3PB 1130 Lve 1U5B am mji pm SMpm dTT asi pm KM POH qcoo pra X05 BP iij ps pm 330 pm S45Pm Guard against burglars and fire by pur charing a burglar proof and fire proot SOUTH BOUND pm Lve lavlngston- pm lve Ker H IOehinnnd Manforx Laneaxter lllCHHIOfKl pm Lve RfcIimundJ oj 7Ub pm Arr Winchester SU pm Arr Parw 40 pn Lve Lexington Lve Parts Lve Uynthlana Lve KaJmmitti Arr uovingtoB bpm pa am km am iebo am KJO 5 1143 am am am S4j ami a id am 325 a 6 50 a 6 50 7 40 pi pi pi P 835 an 300 4 4 5 406 pc 600 pi 1003 am 11 gcoo am am 0 crl r- 15 Cf - MAYSYILLE BRANCH No It BxSan too ami fcjj am 9 am rsj am Dally No K Dallv Ex Han ims pm 114a NORTH BOUND Lve CovlRgteH LexlagtOR KxStin rfJTsT Daily I31 t Ex boo NO Every merchant every farmer every man every professional man ought to have a safe Account books accounts notes checks receipts money jewelry and other valuables can be kept trotn all harm at small expense business Â¬ Lve Mavfcvllle - jonnson rover Cleveland w rnoud nmlalMuoM toddMU ot J IWt IHttnte4wltk nnl fcmttttai fell nlimMh TjWijU oattlm rnukTortnU ml m4Uk rnitai wdM a r JUTE OT JOBS CfrgVBJLAjrP torttr Worfkr f TTKTf G THgTtMlW Ikto U ifc ZTOM arr No Carlisle Mlllensbnre farm Lexington Covington r pm PS Mis pm amo pm kuas 91 am 1135 JOipm Arr MUtentbtirg OwUt4ti r a am K30 am 1015 am ME50 a ra f ui M wPmu Jm LU toftood to 1 mcmlultai U SI JohBson MftyvWe 921 a am K57 am m C - nO T4OPO THE CARY SAFE CO West Eagle St Buffalo N Y jCOnc of the Carey safes can be seen at The Climax office 51 25 32 ptlr awmortu UMMlbdnuc b Mb U Mil l Uto U it ttfrtlMhlrrlL WriUfchllMrttoI7spUITTOI M 7- - bat So U U rlAt DU ill tnpitiMottuM Bo nt U Ik ML mflln fm m 32 leaves Covington at 830 a m ar this train runs through to Richmond K1 rives rairaouui 1030- - a m Sunday others are daffy except Sunday only Direot connection to mode t w inches No 31 leaves Falmouth at 430 p m ar Â¬ with Chesnmmka and Orrt for ML Men Astotend HnMtate Chariebton Mr rives Covincrton m Sunliv Minnesota Leads the World Unliable and Active Men to travel for au Extubiuheu llouso dnilug Hie summer month Tlioe who can famish a horse and Money advanced flne fwber terming auJ Btvo security preferred adjacent to railroad loTigle gtazfan inomaiy 10 pay expenses a great caaee State age ouatnesa for tho rlglitmenl nuu sena compound aud contains neither quulne oipcireuw address mi save umg ixjimratten Â¬ l M names and No of references UWlH to postal cards Never mind acoat ttnMaiXJMCr AIHIIL KTL SchooTBooU at Whites Drag Store nor any other dangerous Ingredient tionj paid fcimnn 7 z r ir i -i jnwa Avuunig ior reply Auaretw rustA tor Book H Warranted to cure ebllla aud lever It HKSS Box tl Ricfcuioud Va tf 2nd St near Garnett House irgton and WinHester WANTED Si BddrsrBoonSsr MaIpA Z i2uaaros Wnnnlr1 PAST LINB Nos 3 aad 4 ran ia 15 leaves Lexington 715 p m ar elierterSolidTtimiB vWH Pnllmnn rives Paris 755 p m 1 1 No 8 leaves Covington 530 p m ar and WfBStMMerand Washington Tfcr9ghTMcatsaHl Boogsce Checked t rives Falmouth 720 p m any destination reached toy a railroad No 7 leaves Ealmoath 550 a rn arrives FerfnUnarUeulanadmraw or call on RnT Covington 750 a m agent ot M CorapaaTSor Daily Except Swniy B H li F Jen MOKSKAat- K TravBACOS r 4f Pa ftuwr Note No 3 Daily between Richmond j LexlDgtuii 10 CovtogKHiKy ugiun ini wuvuhtuhi B HUNTINGTON H PBCRR only 6to s and SastentUUes No Â¬ wPJ Â¬ Ob Saturdays Richnon Oenf Mttiter ieueral Offices CO vlagtoc J --WSSV-VSmW P55f5IJI soazsai ssas THEOLIMAXj AUGUST i iSfcS Remaining unclaimed In the Post Relation of the Church to the W J Warren has sold his interest Dr Johnstone of Danville dined v nsEsDAY Offlce at Richmond Ky week ending G Pond The relation arii Dr John AI Foster Sunday in his thresher J AT THE July si ltiSS of the clturch to tlie Suo4av chool i the Aldridee Alarchal AIcAIahan C Wheat Is turning out a31argryleld jc - Slwbitinii utile tle IS h Irs James AIcAfdle of Birmingham SU perfect mastery and control of it The Neale Alark Barney Charly Ala is viiting her sister Airs Owen tweiily flvo and thirty bushels per Borders Nora K i Nelson Thomas H church is the authority far the Sundav new cistern in jull janl Y J Warner rowed two bush Â¬ Pi acre McKee Alary 4 Presoode Mrs L Drew school and everything that is done through els aud threshed fifty three bushels Perry Wffl Edwards Hugh Richmond Fair Anaut 14th 4 days Visited the mid Schwehifurth at his the Sundav fchool is done by the church AlrsAnn Hoge of Washington Gl is from it OF Samuels C D rorfcs Miss L home near Kockford with the Sunday school as a figure head isiting her mother Airs Sallie Russell Herndon Aliss F AI Samuels C AI KewpaiitniR Madfcon Female Insil- Squire Armer luisbaml of the lady only Wm Stotta had two fineEuglisb Twomey Alary C this place James John tue Walker Susan Loosley Alattie above named objected to the visit aud houuds stolen from him the other Miss Mary Ilollingsworth of the LouisMrs AI AI Bronston and Aliss Tillie Webb Ned Alagervy J H jlrs Lal 1as a claxs in ruulc Bee told lirr Rhe must not go again aud re- ville Baptist Orphans Heme was present AIoss were delighted with their stay at night and also one from G W Tatom Miller Wash Witt Airs Lucy fused to furnish necessary money for and after earnest appeals from Brethren the same night They were Hue fox Aljtttie notice White Mrs Pattie Alorgan Crab Orchard hounds another vlit He at the same time Williams and Blake the 50 was pledged Post Office hours from 6 A M to 7 p Willi told M- - E E McUaiin lias a word Air J C Alilcr of Louisville who was her that the was at liberty to for the home by the delegates M Alouey order and registered letter H D Eeyuolds of Nioholasvillet hours prompt 7 a si to 6 p M rnti in this issue believe as he pleased nor did he object Dr Warder preached at the Baptist visiting his daughter Airs A W Smith lost his wife the other day Flux was to her church on Sunday morning and evening has gone home J B WILLIS p ir the cause of her death They were Stx Monday the eiroJten ami Tues Â¬ every engaging In the meetings held to a Sunday in the purlers of Mrs crowded house The sermon in the Air D WKirkman and wife of Al Â¬ both from this place ilay G T aud W J day willbecoiirt Frauds butagniut ilieRockford visits morning was on Christian Giving at bany Geargia are spending the summer Wylie ot this place attended the fun- Â¬ FINE BLUE GRASS FARM A full and complete steok ef night from Rom 116 Both sermons with relatives in this county Mrs D H Fhohhii Ihw a class in he did seriously protest eral E notice On lati Friday Squire Armer attend were powerful and full of good thought r bid rii STAPLE AND FANCY Aliss Jean Patterson of Cynthiana ff SILVER CREEK ed the Klrksvllle Fair leaving Mm T P D CD ley Jr Secretary early next Monday came up Thursday to visit Aliss Alollie Gitolhe P Armer in charge of his jewelry house le8- ninralig RUlJ vole for Of Richmond In as he had for several years been his List of Premiums A warded at the Kirks- Â¬ Fife and attend the Kirksville Fair Aliss Alamic Nelson of Frankfort is ville Fair Air S D Parrish attorney at lawt visiting Air and Airs E C Nelson Upon his return that eve Â¬ Maeou is reading law assistant Mr Gilbert ning lie found the house closed He FIRST DAY this place and Air Nat C Thompson of Having Decided to go West I with county attorney Sullivan Several farmers arc through threshing opened the ante and laid 25 just inside offer for Sale Privately My Farm Home made cheese Mrs T J Curtis Doylesville are in Pineville but will re- Â¬ wheat and all had a larger yield than Mr V C Peyton is IhiIWIhh a brick tlie dorrs and rtcloted It Saturday premium Mrs turn on Friday John Mason certificate they expected reM Jcnce on Tatea Creek Avenue mondng when he opened the safe the Baked ham Mrs Sanford Oldham p Air Thomas P Dudley Jr returned A part of the Silver Creek and Alena money was there but several thousand Mrs B F Tevis c ng on last Thursday from a six weeks study Mr A S tott is building a residence CS laus turnpike hasbeen let and work will dollars iu watches dinmnuds Plate of beaten or rolled biscuits Mrs at the Aloody school of Theology at and f Main awl Ksllll Avenue c Tier begin right away Lying in less than Three quarters jewelry was gone He knew Hint rob Â¬ J P Herndon p Mrs B C Potts c Northfield Massachusetts W P Weatliertord and party killed bers had not taken the goods for they of a mile of the City Limits and Loaf ofsalt rising light bread Mrs Robt Air S B Hume who has been away Air W Grant Berry of Lexington would also have taken the money He Woodcock p Mrs Willis I lisle c in sight of the Male and Female a deer and pome otlier game iu Rus from home for several weeks on a pleasure formerly of this place the silent shoe county last week thought at first that his wife was per Â¬ Colleges Alsoin plain view of the ttl Two bottles home made wine J B trip returned last w eek drummer was here this week He has a petrating a joke on him but upon ask Â¬ Walker p Miss Sallic Tevis c city clock Said land has upon it Mr W O Field returned Alonday Tlie officers ami directors of tlie Fair good trade among the shoe merchants ing about the goods she said that she Three pounds butter Airs J P Embry A First Class Residence after a short visit to his parents here to n ha inc no stone unturned to make here had laid them aside She refused to p Mis C C Chrwman c the exhibition a Hiecess Containing 13 good and conven- Â¬ say where the goods were Squire Presiding Elder St Louis where he has been in business Rev John R Peeple Gallon ice cream Mrs J F White p for sometime ient rooms Ward robes Closets of the Maysville District passed through Tie Richmond colored nine did up Armer tlien went to see her sister and Mrs Beltie Little c Pantries and Cellars to suit all of Air Tom AIcRoberts and daughter from Irvine going to colored nine fs Parn on Wednesday iu a game of talked over the matter He went Gallon sherbet J B Walker p Mrs Richmond Alonday health He is para Â¬ Aliss Mamie of Danville spent part of 68x50 A Barn Modern Styles Hot Springs for his home and told his wife to go see her J V White c Le ball Iast week with Airs SJ Embry and at feet residence and barn new sifter which she did In a short lime Black cake Mrs Nannie Dykes p Miss lyzed I s i ratable that the Council will he railed to see his wife but she refused Kate Cooper c tended tlie Kirksville Fair All necessary outbuildings Good Air T J King and wife of Fainville That is to disclose the whereabouts rrJer the houses numbered Orchard Ice House and two good Angels food Mrs Willis I lisle p Miss Estill county were in Richmond on NOTICE of the 65 FAINVILLE pcosely w hut ought to be dene old fashioned Houses and one goods Fannie Bronston c Alonday They had been to the dedica- Â¬ that are fretful peevish Tenement House23 living springs c White fruit cake Mrs J F White p tion of the Baptist church at East Hick- Â¬ On yesterday a compromise was The County Institute for white teach- Â¬ Tft rvYv Tlie Alexander TribWe monument is is all the talk The railroad Jl WOA cr08S or troubled with All fencing good Farm mostly ers will begin Jlouday August 20th Windy ta be granite forty feet hiti ten feet eilected by which the goods were re- Â¬ Airs E M Hums c man Fayette county Airs Kings former Teething Pales or J II King of Richmond visited his and continue four days The Institute Stomach Colie Chocolate cake This is one of the best turned and can be relieved in grass Disorders Kire at the bae weight 130000 Thus rests a the separation is continued Airs F White cMrs J P Embry p home parents at this place on Sunday last for colored teachers will begin Alonday at once by using Ackerja Baby Soother Stock Grain and Grass Farms in J sd case brought about by Ikuu Is and cost 54000 Morphine Aliss Rosa Turley Aliss Hallie Boggs Specimen of silk Arrasine embroidery being the best the lunatic or scoundrel Schwelufurlh Air S P Richardson will be elected August 27th and will continue five It contains so Opium or cents Sold by the County besides There have already ben more than at Kockford days AH teachers holding certificates hence is safe Price 25 Miss Nannie Fisher p Miss Rella Ar- Â¬ Alessrs Edgar Turley T TCovington Â¬ sheriff of Estill county for he has no opDrovers Stand between Lexington Druggist Prescription R S Ben Boggs Rice and C B twice a many entries iu the Richmond granted by the Aladison County Board W U White Mr Armer is a good woman she nold c and the Cumberland Gap The Pralher attended the dedication of tlie position GIVE THIS HOUSE Fair trot as were ever before made must attend the Institute or certificate Specimen of silk Kensington embroideaud her husband have always lived purchaser can do business and AI H Pigg of Richmond Fay- Â¬ Air and Airs Baptist church at East Hickman lee even up to the opening day will be forfeited AH persons expect- Â¬ happily and she believes that she has ry Mrs Robt Burnam p Miss Rella educate his children in the City paid the Rev J J Edwards and family a ette county Sunday ing to teach must attend the Institute I am prepared to deliver ice to any and all take their meals at home wln kHled Emmett on done aud is doing her duty She says Arnold c Bickerson flying visit on Sunday last B else no certificate can be issued during part of the city regularly or on short This is no sham advertisement Specimen iu4 tr Tats Creek was tried before Judge that the Israelitish women were com Â¬ Carothers p of crazy ork Mrs W c THIN COLUMN The little sensation which has been up the j ear to them Aliss Sallie R Burnam Will make contracts for supply- Â¬ notice henault Thursday and discharged manded to borrow their neighbors The first one making me a reason- Â¬ in the Hays Fork Baptist church for Specimen of embroidery on linen Airs ing families offices business houses shops Amanda T Million jewelry which they did and that the ca tle grounds of self defense able offer will be the lucky man When I seed im he wus gwine toge some time could not be settled on account County Superiutendeut of Schools and other places Orders left a Dykess Egyptians were lost In the Bed Sea Clara Beaslcy p Will Sell as a Whole or Divided of the deacon Curtis Richardson not be the Fust Nashnul Every farmer in Madison anil ad in the attempt to follow them Specimen of embroidery on flannel grocery on Second streeet will receive 78 LEADS THE WORLD I also have a few of the best ingable to attend It will be settled the Mrs J P Embry p Airs C II Tav lor c rung counties sliould exhibit his prompt attention j Bill Bradley is now running as engineer No ollcnse against the law was com- Â¬ 300 In GoM for General Superiority 9tCfe- POLAND CHINA PIGS ever in Novelty paper band sets Alary on a Kentucky Central passenger train first Saturday in August Lot of Specimen hemstitching Mrs aprn tf J E Dykes lm flock at the Richmood Fair on mitted by Mrs Armer in taking the cinnati lnmisinai rjpomuou iwr the County for Sale Careful exlull trial ana ucpert tf sr carpenters goods just in Torches Flags 15th 16th and 17th of August Stockton p Miss Etta Richardson c the nib goods of her husband Her mind is Its a fact and you may ask conductor This county is being visited by a kind Gin- Â¬ Lemon Ice Lemonade Malto amination by parties solicited Banners lithographs at Machine made calico dress Miss Fannie Butler of epidsmic fever pronounced by the phy- Â¬ evidently wroug on the one subject of ger Ale Soda Water and Ice Cream Mr John White out on the Big Hill One hundred good stock cattle 7- E E AIcCanns D White p Aliss Lucy Brandenburg c religion Chi- Â¬ sicians to be typho malaria which in Fu Wun Lung is the name of the boda 5 cents a glass at tLri1ike says he has a for sale Specimen of drawn work Airs Ford every case so far has proved fatal The some man would take it upon him Â¬ If S DlSELLlS 52- Short Hand htif r thai ha three living Polled An Â¬ self to visit Rock ford with a Uue brfll St Lou it AIo p Alius Sallie AIcRob nese minister to the United States These dreadful disease is spreading at a fearful BOGGS few one lung fellows have given Air Har- Â¬ Airs D Russell Forman will instruct gus c tlves two months old all of the rate and is causing a great deal of excite- Â¬ bat and properly use it on the pious erts c If you want a nice buggy phwton rison the consumption iu Phonography at her residence or saiu birth Specimen oil painting Aliss Nannie or barouche carriage ment rockaway fraud there located no repetition of in class those wishing to learn phono All the respectable horses jacks Crutcher p Alls Alary Fisher c apr-t-- t coupe go to John Donelson e A J ick colt and a jennet colt the above meutloned I klud would CEBTUL-- bgraphy The demand for short hand Specimen crayon work Airs Annie jennets mules cowsHcalves and bulls in HARRIS farm of Mr William Ar occur writers is greater than the supply tlie county will be in Richmond on the James p and C Peerless Tractiou and PertaMe h il nuaured 40 ami 40J inches in Lawyers find art valuable in not Â¬ W H Kelley wju build you a good Half gallon home made pkkles Airs 14th inst to attend the Fair Domestic aad Creaaery Engines Hello up there cant you send us a ing accuratelythistestimony They are by WJ aud J Sunday Sdiool Convention ofTatos Creek house cheaper than any man in town THE NEXT SESSION WILb OPEN iu court Steam Can Plews The J F White p Airs T P Embry c Engines rain V 8 Almss big jack Association mar7 tf Tlvat Fayette docter who killed a man Students can take verbatim notes of Half bushel new wlieat J M Smith while trj ing to collect a bill must be hus- Â¬ Gelscr Tkresaer aad Cleaner Wednesday Sept 12 88 The farmers are about through stack- Â¬ lectures and thereby aid their educa- Â¬ The Sunday School Convention of p Airs W BJones c latenl Vartafcte rne Sdsie S will give sh exhibition mite Special rates for Ice Cream for pic- Â¬ tled off up the golden stair or the doctors ing their small graiu and the com tion materially Earnest people al tioa Feed Ptt DagR Tates Creek Association convened with IJ Rout p c w ill Set worst aaa Five pounds tobacco J tru at the Richmond Fair on the sec H Dinelll shoot everybody in the country The Preparatory Department is Saw Gtmto crop is very good but tobacco is ratLer ways succeed Satisfaction guaran- Â¬ nics -and other parties 52Stallion fouryears old over W AI Rue tmltlay the loth Inst tilie is the the Baptist church at Richmond Ky of the Faculty under the supervision 7- teed Saturday July 2S 18SS We knew it had long been a custom to a poor crop this year to make Bros c p Coleman will be spared fasei t 4 year-old in the world and School Books at Whites Drug Store aud no pains Rev J V Williams pastor of tlie Bap Â¬ this The Misses Howaden who visited fr1 Stallion three years old and under four take the best hat or umbrella when you evirybody ought to see her Twelve pounds granulated sugar 100 nd St near Garnett House tf leave a gathering but we were not aware Mrs Tribble last week have returned tist church of Richmond called the McKee Trainor p S S Yantis c pounds Light C Sugar 200 at 30 Marriage licenses Joseph Adams convention to order at 1030 oclock a m It home to Paris Stallion two years old and under three that the privlige extended to horses Of the good things of this 7- VW 3CH or tho K E E McCanns Litest Hatie Agee John Doyle Magule however may be preculiar to the Kirks- Â¬ VHUWV Our aim is to market improved and cheapesttuo Wm AIcAfce c aro gorrowfoiij- iet all that can be desired After singing and prayer by Dr Ham- Â¬ J Stone Walker p Send for ratal Uet 3 O Goodloe of Danville Air W rhrucs Lvunra G ilton of the Presbyterian church the re- Â¬ John Fritts alone on account of Dyspepsia ville Fair Ackers nrpnare bovs for Collece and at the Stallion mare or gelding one year old GEISER MANUFACTURING CO George T Little the accomplished Dyspepsia Tahleta will euro Dyspepsia upent the day with his mother here time give a thorough practical educa- Â¬ AUms James I Short Sophrena ports from the Sunday schools were call- Â¬ and under two R Gertry Son p R A smart young man with an inquiring Thursday barber with a competent list of assis- Â¬ Indigestion and Constipation sold on a tion to those who can not take the reg Â¬ Wo wamt agents and Invite correspondenca C litis P H Sullivan Mattle W ed for 1 nd the messengers enrolled P J W Forc turn of mind saw on the train a female of tants will be 011 the grounds during positive guarantee at S3 and 60 cents by ular course Special attention will be Iej ton 6tn Mr John 1 White returned from apr given to Writing Composition Book W G White Prescription Druggist Stallion under one jear old C AI prepossessing appearance He ambled up Bro J Speed Smith was elected Chair- Â¬ 78 the Richmond Fair Keepiug aud Civil Engineering the mouutains on Wednesday whence Shearer p Robt Doty c to her and with his thick tongue asked Winchester lost the Kentucky Union man T P Dudley Jr Clerk and J E None liut the purest cream iwel In Attention is called to the following Brood mare and lvorsc or marc colt BEaTITEET Aw beg pawdon but isthwis nawt Aliss he had been buying stock hogs He Railroad lat t week ami the college Cosby Treasurer Two Pictures the famous Ice Cream Boda Water at communication from one of our pa- Â¬ reports them very scarce aud com- Â¬ under one year old Robt Doty p Win Helen Jones no Helenblazes she trons a prominent citizen of the com- Â¬ tlis week They have wamlered uway 52- The following Sunday schools were re- Â¬ Mr Schlegel the photorgrapher will S Dinellis manding good prices Bennett c munity Mr Burnam states clearly retorted afer the I C V Railroad But ported Gilead Buckeye have in a few days on exhibition two life Richmond the methods pursued and the character Saddle stallion four years old and over Quite a startling event occurred size pictures of his father who is now Donelson will make you as good a of work done in this department of the Jhri Garner remains as a monumental Forest Hill Viney Fork Union Silver The Western Recorder tells of a boy 93 W W Adams p C T Sandage c iu our little town last eveniug A ears of age One is made by himself buggy or carriage as can be bought University c mfirt Scaffold Cane Tates Creek Creek who got spanked because he was caught Saddle stallion three years old and un- Â¬ apr4 tf Mount Tabor Waco reading a trashy novel on Sunday The mule hitched to a red cart made its and the other by a copying house which auy where In America Richmond Ky June 18th 18S8 Mr Louis Schlegel attended the re- Â¬ Drakes Creek W Layer c der four Asa Pavne p Hays Fork and Crab Orchard with a next Sunday he went to Sunday school appearance and in the cart was a very they are sending out at 1000 to 1300 L H BLANTON Donelson uses the best material that Dr union of his fathers family at New Saddle stallion two years old and under queer kind of hair pin It wore a dude Chancellor of Central University Kn Iimoud Ohio The live children total average attendance of eight hundred three G C Gwinn p C T Sandage c and brought home the same book out ot collar a large white brim hat a each according to the frame Parties the market affords aud the best work- Â¬ comparing the two can see that they can men He puts up none but the best My Dear Doctor Last fall I ere all present for the first time iu and seventy five scholars and sixty five m nE6 l Saddle stallion mare or gelding one yr the Sunday school library preachers coat aud a spotted crayat get their work done as cheap and as good m started my oldest son then in his twelfth officers and teachers tM country work Buggies carriages etc made year with some misgivings as to the is 93 years two E A Ilunley p J The father old and under Jt heard tlie baud playing and proba Â¬ at home as by sending away 7- In behalf of the Suday school at Rich- Â¬ N Hendren c ol I and was with Napoleon at Water to order Call 011 him MATRIMONIAL apr4 tf of the step to the Preparatory Depart- Â¬ St bly followed the circus off Patented Hires mond Rev J F WiHiams gave all dele- Â¬ and during the I x yet reads eats drink ment of your college year old J smokes and Saddle stallion under one Seven pounds green coffee 00 has just closed my Alr P H Sullivan and Miss Alattie gates and visitors a hearty welcome to our N Hendren p Dr Phil Roberts c works like a man of 60 Ice Cream Soda Water at 5 cts per second year whichattention has been con Â¬ Masons quart fruit jars 90 cts per dozen - DRIP ROCK special and critical FOLDING LAWN SETTEE1 midst 52- glass at S DinklmS shown to rocka Pe ton were married at the residence of Alare or gelding to be 7- E E McCanx stantly directed to the conduct of that de- Â¬ discussion and the par- Â¬ way and known to be used for rockaway Airs Amanda Taylor Million in RichMusic The subjects for partment and I wish to bear voluntary The Peer of all lawn Seats Gabriel Smith aged SO years died S Dinelle litis introduced a new testimony that he has received careful ticipants were as follows Mrs S F Lail an experienced Dont Stop To Miave purposes W W Adamsp Ed Hume c mond Ky on Thursday morning July last week steam freezer anJ Is prepared to fur- Â¬ patient and thorough instructions from iSSS 6th Rev J F Williams of the 1 leather desires pupils iu Plaio Study Condition of and Needs of Sunday- Above cut represeBts oar Seated Fanciest model stallion marc or geld Until you reach the Fair grounds those in charge and has made gratifying Settee The only Settee eyr raufe tkftt Baptist church officiated The groom is Tuc latest method taught Terms school Work in Tates Creek Association Mr W G Cox is sick with the jim where George T Little and several as- Â¬ nish the purest aud besst Ice Cream in progress not alone in uie studies pursues ing W W Adams p Asa Payne c will adjust itself to nsevea greaad in crate There are sixteen Sunday Fanciest turnout Joe AIcDowell p J a Catholic and the bride a Alethodist but jams aud his recovery Is doubtful Music room at D K For J E Cotby sistants will shave you smoothly and any -quantities aud at lowest figures but also in mental training and capacity Light durable haadsosBe and strosg 527- for application the respective pastors of those churches few of them L Booker c mairx afUr September 1st 1SS8 schools in our Association a Pointed bright red and omaaaated Corn is excellent the best prospects carefully with so much ease that you Tlie system pursued in the department Boy rider under 14 jears old Bank were absent The marriage was a surprise for several years Union schools The greatest need of Price Settees S150 nd 25e vO ol Blood Elixir Is the only is one that trains the pupil to think reason oats aud meadows will go to sleep in the chair but a nice Chairs 8150 Kirksville Fair as the groom had been at Waukeeney these schools is for more brethren and Hudson p Jas Potts c mood Remedy guaran Â¬ logically and remember Observation cool sponge and sum flue bay rum will Roeken 4300 each good Â¬ The Fair at Kirksville lat week teed It is a positive core for Ulcers Erup has impressed me with the conviction They all fold fiat Fastest stallion marc or gelding one Kansas for some months where he holds sisters to be found at the altar of prayer 7 8 revive you tions or Syphilitic Poisoning It purifies the that few persons or even professional in- Â¬ was more largely attended than ever Other schools should be organized at des- Â¬ year old and under two B H Neal p Mrs Gid Taylor and son of Rich- Â¬ a Government position in the land office If your dealer dont keep thesa ask system and banishes all Rheumalio structors have the aptitude to impress whole rtm to order for you from before in IU long history Cele- Â¬ Green tea 50 cents per pound aud was a titute points and supported by our wealth- Â¬ J P Embry c and his presence in Richmoud was not mond arc visiting fiiends aud relatives Neuralgic pains We guarantee it these educational characteristics upon the and A2J2BI0 AH FOLDING CHAI2 00 grand success brated one minute coffee pots and rolled Sold by W G White Prescription minds of young boys You have been Many compitltors from ier schools Combined harness and saddle stallion known The couple left on the 130 here 1301 to 1323 M Haia St Lexington Louisville St Xiouis and fortunate in securing instructors for this Druggist Mr W H Scott of Green Hall has Moha coffee at E E - McCanns 7What we need is any age C T Sandage p C T Fox c train North The groom was formerly Rev L PJohnson ST LOUIS XtM m elsewhere department who are gifted in this respect Tlie display of pntntlug more enthusiasm more men who are principal of the city school in Richmond Phaeton pony Wm Rue p Coleman commenced his school at Southfork 41 15 Barber Shop At Fair Grounds and I earnestly hope that their services Road horses trotters and runners anl ueedle work was particularly fine willing to do active work and the bride one of the teachers Bros c with a good attendance George T Little the well known and shod in any manner desired I have may be secured premanently to the young 1ie premium list is giveu elsewhere Walking mare or gelding any age T community and that the high Rev J G Pond I am a halfway The matrimonial fever has broke experiticed barber with a competent just received an extra lot of four year bovs of this grade of proficiency that now obtains in RELIGIOUS Let the Bap B Dunn p believer in Union schools Killed nut here again and carried off three force will be on the grounds duriug the old second growth timber for repairing this department may continue Stallion any age Coleman Bros p tists teach in other schools if they wish to 1 am very truly yours ready aud willing to all kinds of wagons Martin King residing near Yarual All work guar- Â¬ The new Madison County Fair Associ- couples On July 21 at Mr Richard Richmoud Fair Trainor c AIcKee To send us 40 cents A R BURNAM toi in Fayette county sold out and but let none but Baptists teach in our own Hislee by Rev A B Williams Mr shave shampoo or du other tonsorial anteed at the very lowest prices Shop ation offers one of the largest lists of SECOND DAY and information J schools for one of our We need to turn these Union J For further went to the depot to move to Madison PalLogsdon aud Miss Margaret Hisle work in the highest style at reasonable back of Brookss drug store premiums and purses in the State Catalogue apply to Horse mule under one year old Woodie into Baptist schools 78 county to live He was met there by On July 28th at the resilience of F R prices Respectfully L-- H BLANTON Tlie last quarterly meeting for the pres Â¬ Davidson by Rev Joe Parsons Mr Dr J W Warder It is unquestion Â¬ Burnsidcs p Chas Ballew c Dr Svtitzer to whom he owed a bill 8febly S L M1DKIFF 5- Chancellor coffee best in the world Banner roasted Alare mule two years old and over Joe ent year will be held in the Methodist Isaac Parsons and Miss Sirmautba a primary duty for every church to A fight arose over the bill in which ably be- Â¬ 35 cts per pound at E E McCanns 7- 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure church in Richmond August nth and Murpny AlcIJowell p Scott Hudson c Kiig was killed Switsser is hi fail iu teach their children the truth as they O D Mur- Â¬ Attendants be- Â¬ Chicken Cholera aud other diseases Horse or mare mule one year old and 12th Lsxuigton phy aud Margaret Parsons Blge The case seems to be a lieve it Teach Uiem the truth as you The well known publishers Cincin Â¬ among fowls money Ii He mixed I will under two E W Norris p J B Dr Henderson will preach next Sat- Â¬ Hyiner and Spicy Murphy Geo Tay Â¬ nati Publishing Company of Cincin- Â¬ in every case where refund the KIbr formerly lived uear lieve It 6 in FAHM WREHGIES thn remedy fails The Place of Missions in the Parkes c 3 aco urday and Sunday at the Providence lor aud Maggie Parsons On July nati Ohio has recently Issued a cam- Â¬ Mis wffl Ontweer aad Out Â¬ W G White Rev L P Johnson schools Alare mule under one year oldT J church at the usual hours The pro- Â¬ 26th at the residence of James Cox paign book entitled The National 4 SS Lisbt HadT asd Strode - Wrenches On last Uro OnUaarjPrescription Druggist Real Estate Transfers sions should hold an important place in Curtis p Dudley Tribble c tracted meeting there has been postponed by Rev A B Williams W R Lynch Contest It gives valuable informa Â¬ 2d St near Garnett House mar2Stf Robert At Green to V P Beedy I our schools because next to the fire place Alare mule any age J B Parkes p as Administrator of Mrs E J Short and Miss N M Cox Attendants tion on the Tariff question Statistics until tlie third Sunday in August AsKlXEKH av 7 to make Missionaries Hudson c Scott I it is the best place Wm Webb aud Miss Slntha Alcorn Sanns Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ ridge deedlate will sell to the highest every voter Also etc valuable for bidder her child in the Evau Harris to Ben It Price 125 The impression made upon Household S D Set Saddle marc or gelding four years old Barney Ross and Miss Lucy Lynch COLLEGE HILL complete biographies of Cleveland and tism or mouey refunded Price 7oc at This ret consist of a Rosewood HaaSe aaA 5l78 Sunday school will be lasting and we and over W W Adams p Wm Rue c tear ierchailte Mwks S aeTew drtwf and Thurman and Harrison aud Morton Whites Drug Store Second street Town lots in Richmond Saddle mare or gelding three years old Seafeetmtiit5aine all jacked in a Beat wood Epbriam should impress them with the idea of 5- Born to the wife of R P Engle a girl Agents are wanted to sell this book near Garnett House box This tool w eotaathr efal ewTwSere NEWS PARAGRAPHS OlJham toShelton Parks 40 and under four C T Sandage p J W missions aretHid the fcons at the cflW eni the hepea situated on Main Street Richmond See advertisement iu another col- Â¬ 1 is said work will begin on our pros- Â¬ 60 It The great aim in Wilmore c D Parrish to James Allman Rev Preston Blake Ky opposite Second Presbyterian Uiofarm Seat free on rwetj of Posts and Plank 78 umn a 000 marc or gelding two years old pective turnpike about Aug 1st Church Local Dealer to Sunday school is to Saddle Jesse E Gordon died iu Winchester Ask Your sending children Forman Chenault Co have for Tbe house is a two story frame in G W Evans C D thera K lie kau fi rhenvke w get tketaM teach them to do Christian work Let and under three A K Lackey Jr p Miss Ida Owen of Jessamine is visiting aged 58 years Chenault A Razor at the Fair sale a supply of cedar posts and fencing perfect repair Inside and out and con- Â¬ for too or we will x either PJfor C Heath to S D regular system of giving for A R Gibbs c them have a friends and relatives in this neighborhood Parristi 155 5- tains seven rooms The lot runs through asaiwre Semi jfswsai for mtr Bmnterf eato Dr John W Scotl aged 77 years George T Little with a strong force plank logue A 8 Gutt to Allen Noland 185 Saddle mare or gelding two years old Missionary work to Water Street Good cistern stable of experienced barbers will have a in Quite a pleasant party met at an apple died in Lexington CO c Dr Hamilton Have more Missonary and under three E A Hunley p J N peeling at Mr Geo S Williams 28th Ta v rvv would enjoy your ulnner shop on the grounds at the Richmond cash balance in TERMS One Mrs Mary Light died at Danville Plantsvllle Conn and are prevented ty DysÂ¬ equal payments thirdand two years Fairs music in the Sunday sahool Teach the Hendren c 3 one Fair 1 n I will endeavor to do the very pepsia use Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets ftl 31 Saddle mare under one year oldR W inst A good time and plenty of apples to Friday aged 95 years The Fair dates as far as ascertained children to give to some particular thing Hen with six per cent 78 besUtonsorlal work peel They are a positive cure for Dyspepsia In Â¬ reserved for deferred Interest with are as follows ColierpJS White c payments a Missionary for instance Mrs Ann Breckinridge died in Bour Â¬ digestion Flatulency and Constipation lSjmjm aeres of the Xs Any one wishing to purchase is in Â¬ Colt by Yazoo J B Parkes p W S 8 afford August 2nd two days The College Hill base ball club played bon county Friday aed 00 years Dr Warder I think tlie true way is 25 and 60 cents School BooVs at Whites Drug Store Wo guarantee them KefcervaWoa vited to call and examine the premises GO WEST taua Ittdtaafcll SIJftBlaUSftBmfthe Red River boys at Cane Spring Sat- Â¬ Danville August 7th four days G- - White Prescription to have them to give for Christs sake and Hume c W Druggist tf Sale at 3 oclock P M near Great Falls Ft Bes-Mrs M L Williams widow of Prof 2nd St near Garnett House Alare or gelding fouryears old and over urday 2SU1 and with the Pinchemt oil the world It is a Befea August HHb two the eyangehzatkn of the ton Assinniboine aad Olaaeour conataUDg f 57 A D FLORA Adinr days S R Williams of Sayre Institute died rich mineral aud coal districts grasses aad home grounds Saturday Aug 4 Vgood plan to have- - a regufcr amount to Wm Rue p Coleman Bros c SCumond August 14th four days Tbe Kankakee Line farm lands of the very higheirt qanttty The ANNOUNCEMENTS at Sam Clays iu Fayette county Fri Â¬ Alare or gelding three years old and un- Â¬ opportunities for making money hew are HiUTodVburg August 14th faurdaya give at stated times Jno L Hill of the Bend is said to be day aged 70 years greater than anywhere else In the CnNeft The C I St L C By Kankakee C ititnum FOR ASSESSOR -Eastern Kentucky as a Mission der four Chas Doty p AIcKee Slates Thiols tbe time to gu and seenre year August 21st four days 3 quite sick Henry Epperson who has Line is again runulng Its comfortable location For rates Maps or other Informa Â¬ We are authorized to announce JOEL This field contains Trainor c The Richmond Fair offers more reclining chair cars on night trains Dr Warder Lawreuctburg Aug 21st four days Field tion Address V H Waibu Uea Pass The Original Wins Afare or gelding two years old and un Â¬ been ill with typhoid lever for some attractiouB than auy T EMBRY ns a candidate fur Asses L uston Aug Agent Bt P M M Ky St Paal Minn counties about one fourth of V Simmons St Louis PropV C Fair in Central between Cincinnati Indianapolis La sor of Madison county subject to the irtrcir weeks is convalescing and is now thought 28h five days If A Simoons Liver Medicine KtM Kentucky except perhaps Lexington Slidujvlle Aug 28th four days the State of Kentucky A large number der three W AI Rue o R B Westc ic ul in ue u a unm dxtzats J will recover Fayette and Chicago This line Is actlou ot the democratic party HZtilinPioDr Alare or gelding one year old and under T has revolotioaized Liv ri Sept 4th five days tha of county towns have no Baptist church er KesruUtorEifdbTZeiHnilfcl W G Kiucald a prominent citizen also running two Pullman sleepers We are aniuorizeu to announce worHi own eg tate last Mrs Ophelia McKinney and Jas B M A S L it has for 47 yesrs Bjwling Green Sept 5th four days Five years ago we did not have aiy two R P J W Fox p R Gentry halfeeotswy Not least A J WILLODGHBY as a candidate cured IxsiGKSTtow Bunmitui Demarec left Wednesday 25th Tor a two of Boyle county agpd 06 years died between Cincinnati and Chicago and for Assessor of Madison county subject araone the wmidm at 5 mierset Sept 11th ichuKhrthat was self supportrng now Son c OTsnrsiAicx Hxasacbxosx inventive progress to a method four lay Wednesdny of He was the father of one between Indianapolis and Chicago to tne action ot tne Â¬ par Horse or mare oolt under one year old or three weeks visit to relatives in Stan- Â¬ last work Amnn BSou Stomach MEtc countrythat can be performed and systemthe H tit Cave Sept 18 democratic all ever there are several in a flourishing condi Rev T four day Reims Pastor Judge O E Kiucald Washington cor- Â¬ Rates via this line always as low aa ty wlthoat separatist the workers 3- ford and Harrodsburg Chorea Adorns Tcim writes tlwgow Oct 2nd four days I from thir hemes Pay liberal ay one eaa tion Capital is being invested there and CM Shearer p respondent of thg Louisville Times 7 0 he lowest ltMni I should have bees dead but do the work either sex yeasg or eld no Combined saddle ar harness mare or wttt soon be an important place by lor jour Genuine II A Sim Â¬ it FOR JAILER special ability reqnlred capUal sot KIRKSVILLE Cole- Â¬ mons Liver Medicine I hare yoa are Marted free Cat this ontaadneeded Linville Combs aged 11 years was Ceraelisens Case natural products No money gelding any age W W Adams p retara Three pounds Churchs soda 35 cts reason of its We are authorized to announce sometimes had to substitute loBsaadwewlU send yoa free convicted iu the Breathitt Circuit Goochs Peerless 3 quart freezets Tbe wjiole of yesterday ws taken invested in the South in the last five years man Tiros Zeilias stuff for tout Medi or great value and Importance to something 00 JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for yes that cine but it dont aasu er the Mr Dave Simmons is now attending Court last week mid sentenced toithe wtK Mart yoa In business whteh wilt Max UF a the Saddle stallion any age W W Adams Jailer of Madison county subject to the White Mountaiq 200 at purpose Tommoii Please Court wlthj ihas paidbetter than that hi missions in more away than the Springs 3- action of the Democratic party ur j k liraves Sditar Tie yoslnelse Id money rightGrand ecrttK any Â¬ we argument of th penitentiary for life for the murder of p C T Sandage c thing E E McCanns the world tree 7 writ of haboas cor- - LEwtern KtoekT Bafttit Memphis Tenn saysr Add ess Tree wo Aagsata Maine W X received a package of u We are authorized to announce runnaiftu Minnar sister about J nKing to secure the release ofJohn Mrs Hattie Cobb bad a stroke of his little vourLirer c ciCHicnw w j novSBlY jwww Con- Â¬ Saddlepmare or gelding any age W Medicnje and have used hslf of it C LACKEY candidate for Coleman Bros c Adams paralysis on the aotij She Is iraproy two months ago The tonic and alterative properties of JAMES Madison countya subject foruelison how oonfirwl In the Jef school Teacher J Speed Sari- nIt works like a charm I want no to Jailer of better Lhrer Regulator aid cer- Alare or gelding any age Coleman ton county jail Ayers Sarsaparilla are too well known actlou of the Democratic party thn to the workv carefully 3- Mr Cox thinks the next census will i i taialj no more of Zeilias aairare fern assault upn secration devrften Do not let an idea pass Brosp W W Adams o Residence For Sale or jQJge RMliard ReM ex Â¬ of Montgomery prepared lessons We are authorized to announce The wheat crops are splendid yield Â¬ show our population to be 04470600 to require the specious aid of any Wit- Â¬ toati y tjip arguments were made be- - unexplained aggerated or fictitious certificate Be wholly occupied in SAMUEL BIGGER3TAFF a candi- Â¬ ing much more than expected The Mr Atkinson thiuks the figures will D0YLEST1LLE nesses of the marvelous cures effected date for Â¬ Judge Emmett Field by Col Sam teaching the lesson- - Teach your scholars JR meadows are thin reach 64000000 Theseare big num- Â¬ by this preparation are to day liviug in ject to Jailer of Madison couuty sub wish te sell privately er rest fee the action of tne Democratic MKeeand Mr Bize4 WelfciHgerrep to do right ft fc right ratlicr than bers Presently our Republican breth- Â¬ 3- new twostory party The Democrats organized a olub every city and hamlet of the land It Miss Sarah Jewell is very low with con- Â¬ 19 40 naming CorneJisou ami Judge Hargia from a sense of hty Mr W I Prewltt ren will be howling for a tariff on new sense is very sick Saturday evening nd t to announce We are authorized H glonet representing the J F Stene Must have common pray- - sumption Bill Wflloughby was ciio en President J B Walker babies Courier Journal We have been using Ganters THOMAS H FERRELL as a candi of Md renort from without a J mmonealth Tlisy were purely rtc Mits Rena Baber has been visiting her Secretary Bph Higglns Treasurer Mr Sara Johnston who had the nils magic chicken cholera cure very suc Â¬ date for Jailer of Madison county sub thousands suffering from Aithsn Cee cm Sewmd Street Hi RfettmetMi Kr nlcal and thegroMBd had all been erful Christian understanding of the lesson of the Democrat io HftXt to Ike MsJ S Ttmrer pttHHwty sister in Clark county Miss Kate Park About fifty men enrolled They eoRption Coughs etc Did yea ver try Five ap fortune of having hi arm dislocated cessfully aud have dispensed with all ject to the action 4- Se ever In preview trials of the d be industnousarnest patient nave a love er is isiting on Red ttiver party tery perch Ackera English Reaeiyt It k tile beat AiHl fronts tvw Jmu polnleintwther meeting for the 25th several wejks ago mentioned In our other No disease less fqgdaud fina efanda Bad all cause At the atoee Judge Field for children the power to tell what you mt We are authorized to announce Drenaratios knoivn for alt LuBpTmslUa to the wife of Squire Parke a A goatf many more members are ex Matksbury correspoudeat at the time plumage Born fe Be tmnctual of a tPflultry SfarsK OordUi- - JOHN HILL as a Good C- ithe matter uudar advisement Uie Klnilt s kniuin as lQc 6e butkHajr FnaBiirriHt Uhi l5011 csudtdate for Jailer er he thinks the pected ami then It will be one of the was thrown from Idu hrrse agrIn on tvllle Ky jiuUse au4 nil un wncaw Sold and warreHted Jy of Madison county subleot to tha nn fBold by W G White PrestrimloH kdandteviueHption to chUdren boy The S4jre ZitnentB having lasted eight lioura fettrWteg ihjw beat olutw in the State Monday morning-- in front of BW Stockton wilt be ftwutkmt WJHis 4- Have before you- - ef rler JoaniaI 29tii WHHawi I fiou of the Deraoamtle party Druggist I J F 5 the Falbe Christ Caases TreaMe in Kiehwend Mr Anuer if jil phut is a convert U the UUet that a man named Sell weln Willi upal Ilocktord Illinois ailieiitSavlurl making life second stay an earth She In company wjih Mrs Ifc 13 Francis another convert SchwolMfurtb cUs tninJ nnj heart the salvation of your PERSONAL EDENT0N sclous ti mm Â¬ Â¬ sa Â¬ To the Public tircetinp Know ye that Tyges Kentucky ONeals anil is considered very badlyij Glue has no equal for mending any Â¬ hurt Lancaster News thing you wish to mend Ask yoar J Breck Johuson book keeper1 for druggist for it or send 15 cents In Denny Brown millers at Lancaster stamps for a 25 cent bottle to T A Tyqe Co committed suicide 011 Tuesday of last 3 S Flemingsburg Ky week by shooting himself in the head with a revolver He was In debt and Deafness Cant Be Cored had no money He was accused by Air Brown of irregularity in his By local applications as they can not books Johnson leaves a wife aud reach the diseased portion of the ear two children The opinion is general There is only one way to cure deafness that he was not short in his accounts land that is by constitutional remedies Deafness is caused by an inflamed Qn August 1st- - Messrs C W Rus- Â¬ mucus lining of the set Son will start the celebrated condition of the Eustachian Tube When the tube Estill Furnace The furnace has beeu gets inflamed you have a rumbling idle for some time and will now be sound or imperfect hearing and when kept running for considerable time They now have orders to run them it is entirely closed deafness is the until October They will employ one result and uuless the information can hundred men and it will be quite a be takeu out and this tube restored to help to belaboring men of that com- Â¬ its normal condition hearing will be destroyed forever Nine cases out of munity Hie Estill cold blast furnace is is famous foi its celebrated car wheel ten are caused from catarrh which nothing but an inflamed condition of iron which is considered the best in the the mucus surfaces market Irvine News We will give One Hundred Dollars This country exported last year for any case of Deafness caused by 40000000 worth of petroleum U0 Catarrh that we can uot cure by tak Â¬ 000000 worth of provisions ing Halls Catakrii Curb 125000 000 worth breadiiulls ami 5200000000 F J CHENEY CO Toledo O worth of cotton These brunches of SSoId by J J Brooks 75 cents industry paid as good wnges nearly as Sanns Specific will cure Rheuma Â¬ any of the protected ludtintrie a great deal mure than sumo of them In tism or money refunded Price 75c at every other line our resources are Whites Drug Store becond street 5- equally superior to those of forelgu near Garnett House countries Why then should wages be Advlce to M others reduced because the tariff Is reduced 2tr Wcfsxotfs Soonrrao Bncr tbonldihrars tx uaed when children are cutting teeth It re It Is only the cry of the millionaire lUrestheUttletufiexerntoace it produces natural who gets the benefit of the surplus quiet ileep and the kttle chembairakesu bnght I very as a button It taxation to intimidate the working soothes the childIttofteci thepleasant ta taetepain eumjallayi all legnlatee the bovela and the best known remedy man Pittsburg Post for diarrhoea whether arising from teething or other caases Twentr cra cents a bottle 1 Waldens residence and fnnd uucon- He was brouizht to Dr LETTERS FOUND J D CbsIi Grocery House -- DYKES North Second Street FORSALE Sight GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned Goods reen and Bried Fruit and plenty of every thing in my line This house is lift Business Strictly CASH Basis The hest goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash 1 Â¬ A TRIAL PEERLESS Â¬ c two-year-o- ld J H drop-p-Jcntb- HlffEBSin htL C Â¬ -- Madison County School jSsBBjs xour lawss Â¬ i 1 m nVSV Â¬ We Want Youi Â¬ PUBLIC SALE Saturday Aus Sunday-- if- - YOU WANT 4 1 RESIDENCE v EHEICH V ftBflrflBTkal THATFIGMT c three-year-o- ld Ig Rett beee 1 l Â¬ FRAME RESIDENCE Â¬ celft-o-ate- Â¬ sj r Kate t ir GEORGE H MYEBS HpMMP Up1 sMjWV lW TFw V J - WHATS IN A NAME FACTS FOR FARMERS FULL OF FUN if Harold Tere do Tertsa Proud fieri Ur Spurned by a Fork Packer Daughter exelairaed Harold Mtit Maud Vm tie Yore and Ms toIco vibrit od wltk the earnestness of a man plead Â¬ ing for another extension of ninety days Ifcave never courted notoriety iw sought to bring myself prominent Â¬ ly before the public in any vray inoon stetent witk the dignity of a beHere not Mr Vere de Vere softly replied Mws Petberbridge To de yon justice I have never looted Hvea Ton as a gentleman of inordinato amWlSon for mere fame 2faM sftW the young man with nrond humility you have never seen me among the vice presidents on the platform at a reception given to any famous pngilht and my portrait does not glare at yen from the advertising oatamns of every paper in the country as the distinguished manufacturer of a eetebrated S shoe I do not thirst for the applause of the fickle multitude Miss JJawL he continued with a far Â¬ away look in his eye and yet I con Â¬ fess to yon that I cherish a deeply reeled pride To you it may seem vwhy r weakness but from my oMIiMiood I have been proud of the 1 nan bare 1 A mans character can be Jndgpd pretty well by seeing him among ids cows Make a sot of harnoss fit properly and a horse can wear it without dis- Â¬ tress provided that It Is also kept de Â¬ cently clean and comfortably soft An experienced breeder of swine says that often when hogs are slug Â¬ gish and Indifferent about eating nothing in the world alls them but the toothache To gorge an animal with food only serves to overwork the stomach in the attempt to digest moro than it is really able to and as a result much is avoided by the animal and goes to for a hog to eat son Customer This stuff is not fit said a funny The vagrant I have no time court providos that said tho judge Ni O Pica I givo you tea days yune Tho When I was young and went a corn tin I I envied all the married men Dont ate it I cant go to jaiL Waiter Allright ur new Dry Goods and Merchant HITI AT McKEES OLD STAND Professional Cards The Ponn Mutual DRTXLKESSMmii The attention of the public is fully caKed to Ac Pexx Mi Lifb Insurance Company of Philadelphia The Ienn Mutual mue all apnr OFFICE Smith Building Main Street Offioe hours 900 to 1200 M ieo to ed forms of Life and Endowment Policies june32 tf 4W0 P M Surpfcw being available m reduction of the second and succeeding payments C MORGAN D D S such returns of surplus have reduced tfc average cost of insurance much bclo v JOFFICE Main street over Mndi the figure of many first cligs Vompehtors son National Bank Kichmond Ky Its Non Forfeiture and Extent r juue22tf systems are iw most liberal extant fail reserve being applied at lapse to extmsn- M POYNTZ DR Qforiglnal sum insured or to the rv- AND PHY8ICIAN SURGEON chase or Paid Up insurance as mav be OFFICE Second street next to desired june22if Whites Drug Store All PoKcies nen forfeitable and af er two years incontestable Practice Limited to Dentistry iial rtc rmk I bear a trMe and said The young man loosened hk collar I The nime of Vere de Yere is an eM an honorable one It is well kiwwfi in OkJ WorW annals for centu Â¬ ries baek and has never been asso- dated with any thing dishonorable unmanly or nn Yere de Yerean In the history of this country while it my not have played a strikingly conÂ¬ spicuous part it has always been found on the side of the upright the chivalrous and the correct The name of Yere de Yere SIiw Maud is in itself a heritage to a young man It is indeed a most prepossessing name murmured the f niryouag girL I am very happy to hear yon say exclaimed the youth so Miss Xand in an agitated voice and this brings me to the real purport of my visit this evening It has occurred to me as not tmitkely that the name of Yere de YeFb may commend itself to you as a not altogether undesirable substitute fer that of Petberbridg I never think of vottr name Miss Maud without a thrill of of sympathy and an an con -IrainMe longing to replace it with that of Yore de Bxense me interrnpting you Mr Yore de Yere said the young iladjr with a somewhat frosty smile hut may I ask you if your prospects in life will enable you to maintain in lieeommg style the dignity of your family name Um Miss Mand my family name rfc as I may already have intimated fr y principal heritage Mr Vere de Vere again intor- peoed Miss Petberbridge in a voice mtrf manner decidedly business like wMte I am deeply sensible of the I iswefc honor yon do me in offering to confer a heritage upon me it k my rdttty to tell you that I have received a similar offer from Mr Swackhammer The name he proposes as a substitute for mine is not as musical as yours Jmt at the bottom of a bank cheek it fc good for about six figures Mr Yere Yore and I have concluded must Good night yon go so early With a crunt4ed and forlorn aspect Mr Harold Vere de Vere left the Pather bridge mansion and melted away in the gloaming feeling that his family name was four sizes too large for him Ckicaqo Tribune FASHION IN FUNERALS z f I- - said a fashionable underÂ¬ Some folks will stick to old time customs when it comes to bury Â¬ ing their dead but I must say that the rising generation is willing to ex jxriment with any thing I refer to the idea of issuing written invitations for fnnerals jnst the same as for wed dings Of coarse the custom lias pre vaHed m the cases of great men where thousands of persons attend from patriotic motives but a new innova tion is to issue invitations to fuHerals of private individuals just the same s Mrs Jones might invite Mrs Smith in a politely worded note to on mo in and take tea 314s was first inaugurated a few weeks when a German gentleman died in Brooklyn lit was possessed of considerable wealth but neither mixed in social nor poliiieal circles His son however who inherits most of hk wealth wanted to give his father a good send off as he put it in order to show his grief He wanted to work np a large funeral regardless of expense There is nothing new in the system of hiring professional pell bearers but the tchonio of this poor orphan rather sur Â¬ prised us He took the directory and picked out the names of all the folks jreeiding in his vicinity He even went iso far as to get from the sextons of several churches in the immediate neighborhood the names and addresses of the parishioners This done be hired a young lady typewriter to ad drees invitations to all hands coHchcd rin the following terms The ateamre t year eestpasy s earnestly roywtn at the Itweral of ray father John Jflsn at Ms late hoae No Man street BfeaklFB Carriages to the ceme Â¬ tery free at charge Alt are welcome Yours weeks A Fresli Fad of TCeallliy Mourner In Vrooklyn and 5fir York Yes indeed there has been a de Â¬ cided improvement in the manner of oiid tiding funerals in the last fev taker ao 4leiosed in each envelope was a tloket admitting bearer to seat in ear Â¬ rings Bvery old woman attended a the young folks anxiou i for a free oarriage ride were there and several matrons gave their tickets to their Of course this was too Youngsters promiscuous but H inaugurated a HMteh needed system and since then half a dozen funerals in this city and Brooklyn have been managed in the same manner but with more circum sjteotion It does away with the house of mourning being filled with thieves or disagreeable persons Jvwry one invited is happy at the prospect of a ride and thrra is not the customary gloom K Y Telegram Punishment of Murderers ft r soni degree at le s could be made to atone for the crime that he had com- Â¬ mitted Hew could the State better treat lite families who are victims of the murderers fieudishness than to make the murderer furnish the support of which bis crime has deprived them If the pardon power could be taken away from the Executive in all cases of murder in the first degree we do not see why this would not be the best method of dis poring of murderers A life of hard work would be the sever Â¬ est punishment to which such a man oouhl be subjected and live mur Â¬ derer in this way can be made more useful to sooiety than a dead one Yankee Made In a reeent discussion of the best means of disposing of murderers it was suggested among other plans that the criminal be allowed to lire under a sintonoe of life long hard work and all the product of his labor be devoted to the family or hens of his 1 this way a murderer in TicMm 1 During the year there were 5264 Interments In Greenwood Cemetery Brooklyn and the number sineeHws opened is 232259 almost a quarter of a million Tid Bils solgni which was carefully selected in the eastern markets by an Cor Main- Richmond waste The hen fool though she may bo experienced buyer An oxcolont mode of supplying considered possesses in a marked do supports for growing pea vines is to grco tho faculty of making much out have two or three strands of cord run- Â¬ of little Feed her corn by the pint ning along the rows It is cheaper and she eats it by the peck Bing than lath or pea sticks and can be hamton Bepubliean more easily removed after pea harvest Yes said the amateur actor is ready mournfully I had tho leading role 11MB1 Farmers who keep sheep should but tho audience evidently thought I wool is only a product was intended for a snpe not forget that Why The attention of tho ladies is especially called to our superior of the sheep The real profit to be Because when I appeared t hey threw derived is not so much from the wool vegetables upon the stage Boston line of Dress Goods embracing the most fashionable Fabrics to be as from the mutton and lambs Wool Courier may be low and fail to givo a profit At a Church Festival Lady had in New York yet sheep and lambs may pay welL Patron Ah Mr Blifstick how do The sheep industry may be profitable you find tho oysters Mr Blifstick demand oxists even though but little Ura-e- rwith his spoon in the plate for wool GENTS FURNISHING GOODS TRUNKS VALISES er I havent been able to iind them at The gardon needs more manurp all yet Madam Critic This fact should always be kept in Would you like to Polite Clerk c mind and every bit of waste that is likely to have any value mechanical sec some nice ladies wear toOld Lady Liko seo sorao froin the country or otherwise as manure should be nice ladies swear No nor hear em added to the heap It is wonderful eithor Nice ladies never swear sir what a lot of manure may be got to- Â¬ Tezas Silings very unnice gether by those who keep this always Its Grocer Tom get out tho new before them Tom after hunting maple sugar Standard roses grafted on dog Here it is Mr Smith wood roots are hardy and grow to a some time c Grocer We have in Laces Ribbons Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Gloves and large size They are apparently ex- Â¬ but it needs trimming Tom What needs trimming pensive at fir3t but take the form of a Tarasols all that can be desired Whv its got a beard on it two feet tree boaring perpetually during the Judge summer Use plenty of rich compost long Elderly Bride And you are aronnd them and every spring scatter ground bone aroand the trunks Grass quite sure darling that it was not my is injurious to rose bushes if it takes money but love alone that brought Young and Mer you to my feet possession of the plot Ah precious the Spouse It is a great mistake not to sow cenarylove but feebly expresses what I word grass seed enough to secure a good feel for you My regard amounts to stand A peck of clover seed and a With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the best New Texas Sili- Â¬ peck of timothy is not too much to absoluto veneration ngs York school of art and design in gents garments experienced in the Much sow on land in fair condition Wife You shouldnt take such a less would do if it all grew but it will houses of that city and versed in every detail of the business not and the birds will carry off some morbid viow of life my dear LookÂ¬ best is far cheaper to pay a little at poor Mr Smith with his small in- aided by on elaborate stock of of it It pro- Â¬ extra for seed than to have weed come and his wife slowly dying and yet he has a cheerful smile and a patches all over the fiold to inflict a pleasant word for every body positive damage by their growth Is his wife dying Wifo For a permanont pasture use a Husband Yes And he is variety of grasses The kind best cheerful and Husband Yes Wife pleasant adapted to the location will assert its pnstf superiority and in time give a good Husband giveWell if he doesnt look away reward It is not advisable to turn out hell Girl himsolf Brown ma wants Mrs Little stock on a permanent pasture until the ground shall have boon well cov- Â¬ to know if sho could borrow a dozen C C WALLACE Z T RICE ered Trampling injures the grass eggs She wants to put em under a We are putting forth suits equal to the best made in this country So youve got a hen Neighbor while grazing it too soon injures Its you I didnt know vitality At least throe years should hen setting have Little Girl Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us No m be allowed for growth before turning you kept hens we dont but Mrs Smiths goin tor on stock The greater the variety of an grasses the thicker the growth and the lend ns a hen that wants ter set ma thought if youd lend us some eggs better the pasture N Y Sprouts which start from the limbs weve got the nest ourselfs Sun off should of apple trees after sawing Revenge is Sweet Mother bo pulled off during the months of SEE OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF July and Augnst as then the wounds said Miss Clara do you think B obby Neck Wear Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Shirts laundried and heal over more quickly than at any ought to lounge in that handsome unlaundried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc Certainly not Bobby said other time of the year while if they chair his mother reprovingly you might are left on until the follwing spring broak it If it is strong enough to ami then takon off more new sprouts The hold Clara and Mr Featherly will put out to take their place CONSISTING OF same with trimming trees June being argued Bobby as he slowly slid down it ought to be strong enough to hold the best time for the work and March N Y Sun in great quantity and variety from the cheapest to the most the worst as then the wounds bleed a littlo boy MEHS LADIES MISSES M1D CHILDRENS SHOES freely and the bark below becomes elegant embossed gilt WHAT IS SLANG thereby more or less disfigured and subject to rot Ludi- Â¬ An Authority Define It as a t crously Incommensurate Illustration RATS IN CELLARS What is slang Some one once haz- Â¬ A Sw York Farmer Tells How to Cir Â¬ arded the assertion that all language cumvent the ltodenU Cor Main and Second Sts Kichmond Ky apllS tf is slang It would be nearer the mark When a cellar is infested with rats to deiino slang a3 essentially tho ap- Â¬ it i always found that they obtain plication of an illustration ludicrously their entrance under the cellar walls incommensurate with the thing to or at least they must have holes or which it is applied and accidentally passage ways there to retreat to and the familiar use of a technical expres- Â¬ places there to burrow If not they sion in the sense for which it was not 1 very soon will abandon the premisos intended originally Slang is in short It is said that in making an entrance giving nickname to things Mr they first dig down just outside of the B says the report of the boat race DEtI0EE3VEO3STI DBLESKTTTJOBLTr walls and under the bottom of it into tubbed the crews well aud stroked the cellar and whatever holes they them to Ifiley dig in the cellar are always to make Most persons acknowledge tho abÂ¬ passages under these walls instead of surdity of awful jolly and other Â¬ into the earth of any other part of the similar freaks of boyish exuberance cellar bottom Knowing this habit of Young ladies too have a slang of theirs then one can w build that they their own A small thing is tveo or will not be able to set through under tinv a pretty thing is bonny tho these walls and then they will be childron at a school least aro a good- Â¬ most effectually excluded from the ly number and they are regaled cellar on toa and cake Slang is every This is easily done by following where Why should big bo reit Â¬ is also a most excelcnt practice what erated when we mean large or IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY in forming the foundations of these mighty for great walls After the cellar is dug and the mch2l iy AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN What is gained by calling a panic lines marked whore the wall is to a scare a folly acrazi a hoax stand then dig a trench twenty inches IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 a solL a ship Qr a soldier a or two feet deep and a little broader liner or by saying of a horse or a YEARS OR MOR IN THIS TOWN than the wall is to be directly is a good watch instead of where under it is to stand saying it goes well goerEven writers it Fill this with small broken stones in the foremost ranks are sometimes say small as for a macadamized road We keep constantly on hand a large stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE of solecisms or what is better break np those guilty of extraordinary one of his au Kinas as wcu as inwrn aiiu Anu n uv The Addison of our day in loose fiintstones In the trench enough of all goods in other lines that we Also a LARGE and GROCERY OH UPPER STREET charming novels relates how his TRIAL Special attention given FULL LINE Nails Hinges Bolts c for Tobacco to furnishing to fill it E ther of these will make a handle heroine had laid awake all night Barns We are the agents for the most celebrated good abutment to construct the walls Tho and accomplished eloquent on will act as a drain for the cellar painter in words describes how tho If it is needed and nbore all will Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands of Dead sea laid wavoless beneath him prove impenetrable to the entrance of Roasted Coflee Dickens has lent his sanction to Our rats They might dig down from the Mutual Friend Phrases liko these Pure ltio Combination of Rio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocha We call attention to a few that we keep and are agents for outside as their custom is but find- Â¬ The Pure Private Plantation Java Pure Arabian Mocha and Genuine ing at the bottom of the walls this aro plentiful learned reverend pre The Walter A Woods Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers tho peml antiquarian Male Berry Java These goods are all kept in air light tin cans loose broken stone which they are The Buckeye Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers equally as good as moro prefer Â¬ unable to make a passage through New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and etc When those who able than The Celebrated Oliver Chilled Plows over 1500 of them having been sold by us they will bo obliged to stay outside qualities lead tho way offend thus it is no won- Â¬ no equal ami the cellar will bo practically rat der that an invalid recommending a They have proof None better Mcikel Steel Plows and Double Shovels It is most luxuriant But if the wall o the buildings coach writes The cup or that a servant says H Halls Steel Hill Side and Turning Plows James one has were not made as above must be stood on a slab National and tho cellars are already infested The Celebrated Browns Walking and Riding Cultivators Qucensware Glassware lYoodenwrc with rats they may be made nearly Review The Celebrated Big Injun Sulky Plow only has to be seen to know that it is the Tat proof in tho following way v DIVORCES IN ALGIERS best in the market Dig a trench fifteen inches wide and The Keystone Disk Harrow that is pronounced the best in use eight or ten inches deep just inside at A Faradlid for Men Who Want m Chans Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches Etc In Their Domestic Kealm the bottom of the walls Fill this two The Only Reliable Corn Planter Vandiver Rotary Ask all who have used Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs Djamaa-el-Kethirds full of the pounded stones and tho great then with water lime cement enough moque noar tho Mosquee do la them At least 100 of them in use in the county auglO 1 y to be even with the cellar bottom and Pecherio dates back to tho eleveuth The Evans Corn Drill the only one that has proved a perfect success - Have plastered a little way up from the botÂ¬ century but thore is little to indicate sold them for years tom of the walls Tills will prove so tho antiquity of tho building At the None equal to The Celebrated Bell CitynFeed Cutter both for power and hand much of a barrier to the rats in trying entrance is the court where the cadi to get a passage under tho walls again rofgns supreme settlingjamily griev- Â¬ it Also a full line of other kinds of Feed Cutter that they will doubtless abandon tho ances and disputes divorce cases etc The Celebrated Old Hickory Farm Wagon 1L lees trt K Y World premises Itrtlhere an old acquaintance Mo We have also taken the agency for the Croker Fertilizer and Chemical Cos Ferhanied ivho was now a staid father The Concord Grape of a family years ago he posed for tilizer that is pronounced the best in the United States Try it on corn tobacco We frequently have inquiries as to me and would spin out long legends potatoes and wheat in fact anything that grows tho beskgrape and wo always say the and stories of personal troubles and JSTWe keep a list of all Farming Implements that we sell and who buys them Concord and that answer invariably real loro affairs His explanation of tho planotry sjslom was ingenious and any one that wants to satisfy limself as regards satisfaction that they give can brings a remonstrance We recently gave the answer andtheremonstranco but a little behind tho times Our lsk parties using them Our correspondent says earth rests according to him and his has come that wo do wrong in recommending forefathers on n bulls horn the bull the Concord when there are other va- Â¬ stands on another bulls horn and so rieties that will do as well under on but when it comei to the ques- Â¬ GRAND JUBILEE celebrating the Settlement of the Northwestern Territory favorable conditions That is it ex- Â¬ tion of where the seventh bull stands The Housekeeper can find all sh6 wants for kitchen or dairy wo are not at liberty to inquire But our correspondent does actly The Fanner can find all he wants under our roof Machinery Trace chains not say and will not say that there further into Gods work and must be c is any variety that will do as content with what Ho has been pleased Hames Hay forks Shovels well under all conditions One to reveal My old friend Mohammed The Carpenter and Builder can find all he wants of our subscribers asks the pretended to be waiting round the di- Â¬ The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the only complete stock of Iron simple question what variety of vorce court to got a settlement about of grape had I better plant Ho gi res somo land In Eabylle but as I met Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material injfhe town may23 3m us no information as to the condi- Â¬ him three months after this time and Wc of course cant enumerate all the feoods we handle but ask all to come and tions Wo do not know whether hi learned that ho had lost his wife I They will see for themsclve8the stock of goods wc kccpln our 127 foot store house will give the vino tho best of atten- Â¬ conjectured that ho was simply wait Â¬ ing lib turn to obtain a hearing with find tion or will neglect it He doos not I dirorco this say wr other or not he has hal the the cadi and to say woman which makes matters easy GOODS slightest experience ingrapagrowlug Now suppose we recommend an oxcol- Â¬ in this country for a man who feels ont variety under favorable condi- Â¬ that he wants a change in his domestic It is quite as easy for him to tions and suoh conditions do not realm Wc also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only employ the exist He fails in his enterprise as a remarry the same woman he can even mot competent workmen Our Mr Gentry being a practicalTnechanic himself will matter of course We can hot take repeat this farce three times if the give special attention to all work done in that line ROOFING GUTTERING RE- Â¬ as he has done in the past Consequently wo law is the same as in Egypt but if PAIRING C that responsibility he is thoroughly dissatisfied with his rocommend the Concord that will Our long experience in our business enables us to be well up in it in the way of stand a good deal of neglect and gen Â¬ helpmeet and has made up his mind markets and buying our goods strictly for cash erablcius to buy at the bottom price Dont eral unfavorable conditions and it is that she is a nuisance he can say I and that benefit we give to our customers reliable forget that you can always find the house of and lowest prices and the best goods at the old not a bad grape either A good Con Â¬ divorce this woman thrice cord is a good grape Western thats the end of it F uL Bridgman SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO- in Earpirs Magazine Sural Im buying shoes for fourteen V I wish I was a bach again t Detroit Free Press Why dont you turn Instructor Me Celtic Cadet out your toes family niver evicted anny thin yit sor an Of 11 not begin now aVOire Bnt now Bennett Tailoring firm of Crooke Urmston invite the public to inspect their The ClotHier First and Streets Ky J Extensive Spring Stock J DRY GOODS Choice Silks Henriettas Serges De Boges Cashmeres c G X iisrc W EVANS M D The Pknn is uneoualed in finai AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN ObFICE Hecond street june22tf HATS CLA IFS DRS TAYLOR ASHE Practitioners in Medicine nml Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetover Dykes Grocery Store juue22t DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luxorta Up Stairs Residence at Willis House iurie22tr security Without security there b ro insurance Mere volume of assets g lC1 no protection The real est isappliej insurance writers and the author es 1 State Insurance Departments uz x e ratio of assets to Kabilitits In this res pect the Penn stands at the head cf f e list having now 124 of well secured a5 sets for every 100 of liability presen or contingent Give us a call before -- r ing elsewhere -- J omagra Local Agen K FULKNES Ba District Agent Office First Nat IKRKY A Lace Flounces of all kinds Umbrellas Walking Canes Handkerchiefs Hosiery Richmo Siiiii i - i K- White Goods in great quantity DR PHIL ROBERTS Oilers his professional services to the public Ofllce in drug store on lower Main july27 ly Street Richmond Ky E B WALLACE A superh line of Cuffs Collars Cravats DR U C AMBROSE f23-2-sicx--T BUILDER AND Merchant Tailorinj French A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men FORD KY Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the ternoon CONTRAD TOR af- Â¬ Is prepared to do ait Kinds of June 22 tf BUILDING M D W T SEXSMITH PHYSICIAN public AND CONTRACT WORK AND SURGEON services Eilisl aii Call and see my Spring Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in fusion Prices to meet the demands of American Suitings AT THE MOST WHITE HALL KY Offers his professional to the aug t7 tjrr Reasonable Hates Will furnish drawings plans and specification at any time Office June22 DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY the public Office at Powell Aug 17 tf M C Otters his professional eervices to the times Parrlshs Irvine Street tf at his residence on IIaIe TROUSERINGS and VESTIBIGS W B WHITE JE Heatii HEATH J F Cobnelison CORNELISON Practicing Physicians RICHMOND KENTUCKY professional services to the oiler their 4janly public GBASS AND FIELD Largest and most complete sc Cc Our motto Central Kentucky Goods and Lowest Consistent Prcc SEEDS jann iy 77 and 79 W Main S GENTS FTJRISriSEINOr GOODS DR GILES HARRIS WACO KY P CARROLL Lexington Kv Spring Goods WALL PAPERS a Oilers his professional services to the public jau4tf DR S M LETCHER OTho BUYERS ICaxcb and Sz year It 13 an ency of useful mfr for all who the luxuries cr Ci CfK3 rr PHYSICIAN AND8URnEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on First Street jauly H W BRIGHT M D mm PHYSICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street uext door to Whites Drug Store Special attention given to Microscop Â¬ ical and Chemical examinations of tissues auil fluids of the human body 22junetf urmston We have on hand the most complete line of can clothe you and furnish yen wh all the necossary rnd rnnec si appliances to ride walk danceser eat fish hunt work co to czzx- or stay at home and in various styles and quantities Just figure c -- t what is required to do all these Cl C0MF0RTABLT and you can makaaf estimato of the value of tho EUYEKS GUIDE which wUl be seni receipt of 10 cents to pay CO MONTGOMERY WARD 111 114 Michtr71 Avenue sp-rCliican--mch2i6- cf Lilc Wo Footwear Furnishing Goods and Hats in Central Kentucky We have taken GENTRY CO special pains in selecting this stock to get SHACKELFORD the most Stylish Durable and Comfortable Shoes in the nlarket Bear in mind that we handle the best brands such as N Cloys Zeigler Bros The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricul- N Hess Bro J and other excellent brands tural Stove House Furnishing and that are first clas and warranted Tinware House in Richmond Eaj Anything we have in winter goods will be sold at greatly reduced prices WALLACE RICE m JttlWiUziJilo4 CBSES WHEfiE DR C S HOLTON Homeopathic BestCooliSTTap Tstesgood Cm In tuce Sold t7 dnurclfta X believe PIsos Cure for Consumrtion saved my life A H Doweix Editor Enquirer Eden ton N C April 23 18S7 ill ELSE f AILS Physician and Surgeon Richmond Kentucky OiTice Main Street over D M Brighfs Office hours to 1 100 A M 200 to M 400 P Sy dress Special attention given to dkea es of women and all difficult chronic cases Patients treated at a distance and Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad- Â¬ may 16 1 Y DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 51 51 PISO The best Cough Medi- Â¬ cine is Pisoa Cure for CossTjMPnoir Children take it without objection By all druggists 25c CRES WHIIE lit ELSE fliLS Best Conga Srirp Tutu Rood Use Surgery RED HOUSE KY uinijiii umiiu Â¬ J le A Higglns IW STAPLE PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law RICHMOND KY Special attention given to abstracting titles to lauds in Eastern Kentucky Office in Climax building S E Corner Main and Second Streets up stulrs June -- 1 tf isiuo cMuaoriinusuu rnar7 6ni Farming Implements and Machinery Attorney at Law RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Bur OFFICE with C F nara on First Street- June 22 It E T BURNAM LOW TOURIST RATES For 5 17CO a first class round trp tltrt good tor 80 days with top over privoKs caa be obtained from St Laal to Great Fa s Uca tana the coming mamilacturiiis centre ct Ca rtu A o ile e BatatPaalBQ aadntorn iM AN I T QBA Smrre northwest miSlI duetlonsSfl n m OnlySo Attorney at Xaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE ou Flnt street same as formerly occupied by County Judge Miller oct6 J A SULLIVAN MTCY pr east and south Bates correspondingly a will be named to points in Minnesota and Ta kota or upon Paget Ikrond and the Yact Coast For further particulars address n E Tapper District Passencer p nt 232 Eosta Clark Street Chicago 111 or C H Wiaacfi General Passesger Agent St Paul Minn VSr Jrrron GEOCEEIES ly 0700000 OIQARS Attorney at Xaw9 RICHMOND KY Office on Second Street June 22 T J SCOTT Ul Ja lrili M 71 Id K tMlifffi ii aa i K s 7l Jili 1 bir tf Fesp Ea5Jas1ss12ai 2 3 4 8 1 M 11 BBJlH H MtWili banax b a- S 15 1 SMIIET 17 IS T 1 x 4i s i MS BUiiisur Hi CINCINNATI OCT JULY4tO Attorney at4 Xaw 27 Office C S POWELL 131 8 lMI UhU17 n SS32S3W3i ijr3 8 1UKU isjisi7iwa 21 11 iuni a3 3i 1 S J II 12 3 n aa s2 Oet M 17119 i 30 It 14 V Â¬ RICHMOND KY on Second Street June 22 tf a si 4 si 7 i4 s S U 1MS17 H We are determined to keep goods for all counties ana in the Court or Appeal Office In Master Commissioners office over Circuit CIcrka office June 22 tf Attorney atand adjoining Law Will practice in Madison W SMOBERLEY A J REED J aa -- Hri 3 41 111 3J0il S hat llliWwIwtw rfSCi e nm IHK3I3S3 14 7 S IMaUilLHIJ pmiKspfcrSR 4 a r ii I m iTil Ks M bsasas U M t 4 paEaia T M171SW50D UNSURPASSED DISPLAY Attorney at Xaaw RICHMOND KY and First streets up stairs over Ramseys I- Office corner Main EXCUR86ON RATES FROM ALL POINTS SALT -- - HOUSE LOUISVILLE KY The Largest and Finest Hotol in the city Rewarded are those wls3rfS mty this ami then actempITraf- r And honorable their hemes and families The profitsmade and are now inking several lnc easy for any o dollars a month make S5 and npwanli per day who nex yonc or cid es iniowork Airier tat not needed we start you Kverjl now speettu aunty rrqnixii reader can do It as welt as any ore tAtuarnnaAfu fnll itlimlarw ttrtllf mail free Address SUbmhi Co Por nov 3 j Maine - Iia io 1- THREE FLOORS PULL OP USEFUL BUILDERS AND n- fiiT -1 rr j j qontempUting biuS neunee to those that they are prcpaied to contract for BuixBii es of Every DescniFTtc1 Satisfaction guaranteed Estimate made ree f charge FJ furnished on apoUcJttkm on short J0 Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Shingles Laths Rough and Dressed Ziumber Lime Cement Hair Rates25o Hotels OCt261y to 4Pei Day 2nd Presbyterian Church Eichmond Ky Main Street below According to rooms Turkish and Russian Batha in meh2i tf DH MYERS LONGCOLEV apr ti If O Mractorsand Builders