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VJv T sigrrsjrt Tgnty jJP- i W h Print ShoWS through Ci fe i rtgVTtg3L-Taa-r- g J W if Wv aJ VOLUME - tmv- THE POOR ARE 1 Citt W TS1 NUMBER 0- - yjHij jtUiL i w ii RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 8 1888 MOSTnLY CROP REPORT 8 ME KBPUISLIGAXS serving peace insuring equality and estab Â¬ lishing Justice Vs rouacco and whisky are not all R A Robinson of Louisville who is Tlie Democratic party welcomes an exact r rivi Ltucky by a great deal It is one interested to the extent of 100000 in ing scrutiny of the administration ot the cfL great agricuhural Mates of tlie woolen mills in lhat city says-- that the executive power which four years ago was It produces more than one manufacturers to its trust in the election ot Im there will not be in the committed Urover Cleveland President of the United hV fall the hemp that is raised in least injured by the passage the t e c luniry It produces also great and that he favors only suchof tlie bill States and it challengesfidelitymoot searching and deollon protection inquiry concerning its f rye corn wheat aud barley as would be derived from a revenue taxi to tlie pledges which then Invited the suf Â¬ a J u is pir excellence a great live frages of the people Imposed solely to meet the necessities During a most critical period of our finan lckSute Its breeds of horses are of the Government cial affairs resulting from over taxation tt i ici illy famous and next to these the anomalous condition ot our currency Mr Sid Gates or the Air line and a public debt unmatured it has by e me is uierior cattle and hog Tlie 13 Je Cirats reghHi U a series of stock sold to Oscar Turner Jr the longest the adoption of a wise and conservative round trip ticket ever issued in Ufc course not only averted a d Isanler but great farniN winch are tlieir principal fea y promoted the prosperity ot the people Ijit other agrtcuhure is not neg city It cost 527242 and extends It has reversed the improvident and unwise I eJ The big money however iu from ihl city to San Francisco from policy of the Republican party touching the farLi g in this Slate is iu lmrses aud there to Portland Ore and from Port public domain and has reclaimed Xrorn cor- Â¬ tit uid especially in horses What laud to Sitka Aliska then back to porations and syndlcaU a alien and domestic restored to the people nearly loooooooo YtTu nt has been te the country in the Yellowstone National Park and and acres of land to be sacredly held as home- Â¬ baok to Louisville via St Paul and St steads for our citizens While carefully sicr Kentucky has been ill her im Louis The purchaser is a son of Con Â¬ guarding the Interest and the principles of p a J and domefctic crosses of horses sr I treu the fancy rams of of the cele gressman Oscar Turner and left over Justice and equity It has paid out more for peuslons aud bounties to tho soldiers and l j 1 At wood importation and its the Airline this morning It will take and sailors ot the Republic than ever paid bim six mouths to make the trip before during an equal period Jt has adopt- Â¬ in Vermont have been far ed and constantly pursued a Arm nod prn- Lciided in the Arabian and Euro Louisville Post dent foreign policy with ail nations whilo I crones of horse flesh iu this Stale One of ourTcadere in the mountains scrupulously maintaining all the rights and I i no longer a q est ion that there of Kentucky Wt L Uevedon thinks interests of our own Govt ru tnent and people iiiihiiig eoH4kir in ilie grass the Itev home and abroad had been misin Â¬ atThe exclusion from our shores of Chinese r and the climate of this region as formed when he said iu our issue of laborers has been cfiectually secured under U the development of liurses and ri June 9 that many of the Hardshell the provisions of a treaty the operation of ca It holds a unique place aud all Baptist preachers iu that sectiou were which has becu postponed by nn action of a t uuiry pajs tribute lo it as it does illiterate and sought license to keep Republican majority in the Senate t ji s Bouroou whiskies There are from working tlie public roads He Iu every branch of the department of the Government under Democratic control tho t - uho g further limn this and say says several of them hold lirst class rights and the welfare of all the people have t v Chi region alo produees superior certificates as teschers aud that they guarded and defended eicry public interest d speiiiewsr men ami womeo have doue aud are doing a glorious has been protected aud the equality of all t citizens before Iir this is true or not there are work for the cause of Christ No doubt rsrrace or color hasthe law without regardÂ¬ been steadfastly maincr ly many buoii people to be seen of the truth of this statement but If to tained ij s Slate they are in that section us iu the Big Upon its record thus exhibited and upon K Kentucky is a large Slate and Sandy Valley their preachers are ex a pledge of a continuance to the people of the benefits of it Democracy invokes a renewal - trt alia Blue grass region by a ceedingly numerous siuce we know of popular election 1lal Tliat rogion begins a jfew country neighborhoods whernuearjy iJI agist rate trust by the re faithful of aClilet able and who has been r s above Lifvjlejmod Xlendslmff prudent To invoke in addition to that ero wnnlen prPao the east line oUMasuHLwuiityl clever POOHlmen liur soxneioof tlierxt trust by the transfer also to the Democracy bf the entire legislative power a I I tnce South to the spurs of the cannot even read the Bible Central The Republican parly controllng the I Ihhfiland mountains which are in Methodist Senate aud resisting in both Houses of Con Â¬ fcUi fn in tids place This area say gress a reformation of unjust and unequal Gen tianfrisco Mnunl who was re Â¬ tax laws which have outlasted the necessi- Â¬ uinh-sout of 11 Is 1 icecream of full ties of war and are now undermining the t le Mate agriculturally There are cently excelled from HayT1t ii abundance of a long peace deny to ctiifr r mo ties in the West and South blooded negro aud a man of marked people equality before the law and the the ability He has held many important fairness and justice which nre their right fle that contain much good laud aud Solomon hav Â¬ Tbeu the cry of American labor for a better tiat rahe line tolmcco but they occupy ofllces under President a MotiU place iu tlie agriculture of the ing been Minister ol War of Foreign share in the rewards of industry is stifled with false pretenses enterprise is fcae The Blue graM region Is to Affairs and of the Interior By many and bound down to home markets fettering capital Kei ucky u hat such ooiiulies as those he is regarded as the coming man of is discouraged with doubt Jand unequal and from the coun unjust laws can neither be properly amended if the Pan Handle in West Virginia Haytl Hit expulsion let u luig also mhjIi eouiities as Tyler try was due to his aipirations lo the nor repealed Tlie Democratic party will continue with Harris ui Lewis Barbour Taylor Presidency President Solomon It is ail the power courldcd to It the struggle to said told the General lhat be intended reform these laws in accordance with the JifitrsniJMonoogalielHandMurioti are tJtLerestof the Mate agriculturally to retain the Presidency during the pledges bf the last platform Indorsed at tlie r Jig Of course we have other remaiuderof hi lifetime aud that as bnllot bpx by ths suffrage of the people Of all the Industrious freemen of our land C h c lunties just as Kentuoky has he was already past 80 he desired to be the Immense majority including every tiller left in possession of the office the rest of the soli gain no advantage from exces- Â¬ Lut Miese 1 adduce to carry out the Cjicparivm Not even howeverthe of his days It would be uncomfortable sive taws but the price of nearly everything Is increased by the favoritism of an CuiiiasI have lismed in West Vir for1iinD have 80 powerful an aspirant they buysystem of lax legislation to thej5residerqyIn the country He unequal Bii compare in tlieir grass or in All unnecessary taxation is unjust taxa- Â¬ lliir capacity lo raise great crops with therefore requested the General to tion llisrepugnnnt lotbn creed of Demo re- Â¬ present The ti cracy that by such taxation the cost of the s region The Scioto leave Haytl for the iiJ Miami Valleys iu Ohio are the quest was accompanied by a gift of necessaries ot life should be unjustifiably premll increased to all our people Judged by Dem- Â¬ rrontr standards of comparison as U 5000 ud was too pointed to ocratic principles the Interests of the people refusal All accounts of the political are betrayed when by unnecessary taxation a he Lancaster region in Peuosyl- - a i ana some i the picked areas condition of Hay ti agree iu saying that trusts and combinations arc permitted to no easy task in exist which while unduly enriching the cl Iimciis and Missouri For health President Solomon has thatcomblne rob the body ftrIity and as the natural feed nil aid maintaining bis power HN enemies fewdeprlvlog them of the benefits of citizens by of r numerous and they are not over competition Every Democrat true natural Ifecliug ground of live stock I pre to gov- Â¬ scrupulous - iu means to accomplish ernmental action is violated when through nie this region lays over them all unnecessary taxation a vast sum of mouey Tliere It however a great deal of thejr purpose far beyond the economical administration foor very poor country in Kentucky from the people the channels is CONCERNING FARMERS uf drawnand accumulated and demoralizing as a ofsparsley settled aud wild areas trade o J some of surplus in the National treasury The money her people are as wild as As returned by the Journal of Cora- - now lying idlo in tho Federal treasury I aud as as the resulting from superfluous taxatlonmounts fgiiDs they InlmbiL Take tiiat re mompritie cotton movement for the more tlion tl23ooocoo and the surplus comparisons for the same to Eiou tliat jilns West Viiginia where week with collected Is reaching tho sum ot more than follows Re fGojooofiOo annually tlieHittield McCoy veudetla has raged periodait Jyearf wasas Debauched by this Immense temptation ceipts at interior towns 4im oaies weeu two Slates that is a tough against 1253 bales shipments ouo the remedy of the Republican party is to rebin sure enough But the spirit extravagant eppropti bales stocks re meet and exhaust by whether constitutional railroad building and internal de-- hnlp airalnst 2567 and expenses 28920 atlons galnst of extravagant Iment Is abreatl itf the Stated maining J3I050 bales lgS7 receipts atj for not the accumulation policy Is to en- Â¬ baiesitlie samftime in taxation The Democratic Kailvrays projected audagitated itfl week force frugality in public expenses by abol Â¬ ay directions Out of eighty one the oortslL211 bales for the unnecessary taxation Our establish Â¬ deliveries from planta ishing nilluns of capiUl invested iu the airai list 2581 ing domestic industries and enterprises bales should not and need not be endangered 4GGS bales against 1267 SjuIIi durinc the first half of this vear tions planta- Â¬ by the reduction correction ot the burden of irteeu millions were invested lierej and the lotal deliveries roin On the contrary a fair and care- Â¬ tions since September 1 amount lo taxation of the tax laws with duo allow- Â¬ a Kentucky ful revision They are reaching out aglust 5185053 bales ance for the dlflerance betweeu the wages of bales coal and Iron ore districts 5505491 Tlpr i American and foreign labor jnust promote for the same pqnoajiBgfc year t J lafcropTd slK1ttofcJbty576T6D5265 j end encourage every branch of such indus rem Kentucky and forluHdely tries and enterprise by giving them assur- Â¬ J year are lcated in tli noorer coOiitrv i U bale last ance of an extended market aud steady and genera ty TliTdld nncl famoUjJUMloniCdurse at continuous operations In theInInterest of Klitjcky will beagreat State as a Jamaica Long Itland NewYork is to American labor which should our no event tax laws be neglected the revision of wl1 e iu the near future She Ima tlie be CiiCUntn buildingltsfIt was at this contemplated by tho Democratic party e cen should promote the advantage ot sueh labor i ore and lumber dti adHlitm to course that tuelrrealestiraoo of the Jersey by cheapening the cost of the necessaries of Jfe agricultural richness alluded lo turv was run between the New every werklsg man and is a centrally located1 country mare Faehln and the Houiuern noree life in the home of securing to htm steady and or four rones eacn at the same time has a wotMleiftll eBdowrrieiTtNof BoatorVinnwo heats remunerative employment Z streams aud streams lhat for 20000 a side The attendance was Upon thffouestiouor tariff reform so closeÂ¬ be made navigable more than estimated at 70000 ami the lowest fig- Â¬ ly concerning every pUase ot our national life andTofi every question InvMveilln the J otner Htate iu the Union She ure was 50000 People came all Ihe problcmjof Rood government tbebJUeaiocm- tfoils on the Ohio for more thau 600 way from Virginia anu xvemutj Jc party submits its pnnoapses auuprojes Jf and ihe slons to the lnlelllscutse Orage of the American-on the Mltslssippl for abcut Secilonal feeling was strong lOD a heller climate audj almost as burp Then for three years he won at many resources But slavery has Washington Clifton N J Trenton lgk made and Mill makes her people re N J the Union Course Lb Boston acthjuary aud BourbntiMi in politics and Augusta Ga He was 9I veara old -- isrondenec ot ihe WHeeHBg- - InleiH Her pmir people and poor regions w hen he came upon the track at Jama geeeer aul send three Ilea on a beautiful May lav in S4i Ky July 24 I write Kichmom Republicans to Congress The Blue Tlie people traveled all night ioug to i ut flitter from the lower edge of tlie grass and other agricultural aud slave Uiq i course Thousands of equipages rrgimi in Kentuoky a re E s Gras holding regions worship r j qjiie familiar by reputation I gime They have very the old re- lined the route during the morning little of tlie hours There were any number of by virtue of tit to jour reader i Hrogrefcive element amqnjj them lights The long Island Railroad sold as a Krusajiroduelng ami itsrftge IThexbiiiia jnonumeut jJo suclr men f tickelxta thousands ol nersous whom fl s rv e txk bretding seotion of tue as jiiiii u urecKinnuge who led and they could not carry aud most extrav- Â¬ I liave been iiere about a c ultry misled them Into complicity with the agant prices were charged for trans end of that time am ii ad at the n rebellion portatlon of any kind A tram carry t t rcpared to eitdurae Its Iiigh agri One reason of the torpidity or life in lug 2000 passengers did not reach the reputation c the rich regions track until after lie u ky it a pefiilar Slate in seve that very little of the Slate is the fict son despaired the first beat and per- Â¬ immigration has come of get ling a train and It is one ot tlie oldest in rrt -re c rvii me people are who walked reached the course before f HieUHteM outside ortheorigK Sv lve Outflfover a million thousands of those that weul by the nJiL rwu Itwa admitted as far Flora Temple Ladygutlolic s as 17M tlie second State to come fctate luiir ijuuiicm ui pepie in me railroadla to day about 1000000 are native and other noted horses of more recent Originally a paj Ek tlie new nation i moiiiy oltiMiglfsh descent and less times appeared on this track Here c V S lis jt wa8i ike West Virginia thai1 a quarier of a mlllim of necroesi thefacesorold Hiram Woodrufl John i ft jin her in order to prevent c ana over 100000 foreigners McMahon the Dwyers and other fa Â¬ and give the people a liemo t Ol courtfeKeriiuckey votes the Dem mous horsemen were familiar p c fvernmeut It was born of a ocnitic liukcl uudersucli circumstances re Ui mary spirR and to quiet the as in an tlie Southern States the ME DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM at u ii in favor of an abrupt alliance aristocracy are tho Democracy Those u J ivani looking to the control of in Vrttir l u iit rl ao auusiug ir The Democratic party ot tho United States rlu f e Msi sIppl liver jaauuiaciurer mrinrorq2fatlotiRl Convention nssembleil renews CM wmeof Us admission it had At the lug from Democracy to Republicanism the pledge of its fidelity to Democratic faith a j5 7iO0O people largely from Vir should explain to the masses why it is and reaffirms the platform adopted by Its Carolina aud Ihey and North g nr tuuuhe wealth caste iifuvIFva mo mows caICWW U xmi vr e a restless population Like West ciusiveism e cffthe South vote the Dem T dept Cleveland in tils Inst earnest mesaage to era rtiiuylvauia they became very ocmiic ticket and the poor inclined to Congress as the correct interpretation of that excited over the whisky tax Republicani r iJi AH the people liere platform on the question of tarlfl redaction they converted at iliat early day j who do not believe in the rule of the aud also Indorses the efforts of our Democratt rje ami corn into whisky and common people are intense Democrats ic representatives in Congress to secure a redaction of excessive taxation Chief among Cji down to New Orleans as the jiiFt as all the leaders of the Souih who its principles of party faith are the mainte-Â¬ r z i si aud most tiroritable way of believed with Hunter of Virgiuia that nance of an lndUsolnble union of free and iu1 Uieir agricultBre pay otqilUil Miould own labor were aud mdlMructible States iiott about to enter upon its second century of unexampled T liave kept up the whisky bni are intense Qenocrats progress and renown devotlou to a plan of 1 unee aiMl next to tobacco it i- v This letter is already long enough government strictly specifying every grantproduct Bour is t i r greatest and I will reserve further observations ed power and expressly reserving to the State or people the entire ungranted rcslduo it ut name Iroin the county in for auother number of your paper l of power the encouragement ot a zealous ii a chiefly made at the out A W Campbell popular vigilance directed to all who have Now all Kentucky however been chosen for brief terms to enact and y tlienameptBour l NEWS wuisy B cod execute the laws and are charged wttli prePARAGRAPHS Xa orcrtke Seath Observatibtis in Ken- b Mr Campbell Â¬ aImwtsuohaBtateas011o They an He had begun his triumphs In 1636 at u equai sue ntui Kentucky Hahover Cohi Hnureand at Peters J has nms t iK ate1 -- 4 - i - I 1 -- lj L prideDdexJPTivrJle J Â¬ 1 1 1 Â¬ -- Â¬ crn KV August Reports are given herewith on gener- Â¬ al Slate averages of the various crops from eUbty niue counties and in reply to scheduled giving compara- Â¬ tive acreage of tobacco wheat and corn from 76 counties and em- Â¬ brace the principle grain aud tobacco are regions These correspondents classed with our roost Intelligent and reliable farmers Nearly all of them give the status of crops in their re-Â¬ marks and from these we deduce the following facts The early planting of tobacco is look- Â¬ ing well and is now being topped in ail parts of the State IJ those sections affected by the drouth Ihe late plant- Â¬ ing was from the the 24th to 30lh of June aud is generally sranll aud un- Â¬ even The wheat crop is being rapidly threshed is yielding above expecta- Â¬ tions and is of excellent quality Farmers are getting uu average of about 70 ct nls per bushel delivered at the depots The corn crop at this time is very promising with au increased acreage Tlie oats crop is excellent in some sections and very poor iu others Young clover is very promising while old clover is nearly a failure Meadows being killed out by drouth are IndlUerem Uther grasses are doing well The potato crop has great ly improved and promises a fair y ield The fruit crop Is the best for several years Garden products are abuudaut and with a reasonable amount of rain Mill be exceptionally good Stock is iu fair to good condition We liave few reports ot fertilizes most of which are favorable As our crops promise well we beg to suggest to the farmers that now is a good time to fatten aud get rid of scrub stock and replace them with better breeds as good stock is now reasonably cheap We also suggest that they save as much as possible of the garden and Iruit crop as they are healthy and useful Following is the general State aver- Â¬ age of crops live stock etc Schedule one will appear in the annual report TOBACCO Frankfort Office of Commissioner of Agriculture Horticdlture and Statistics1 18S3 Try Ayers Pills For Rheumatism Keuralgia and Gout Stephen Lansing of Yonkers N Y says Recommended as a cure for chronic Costivoness Ayers Pills have relieved me from that trouble and also from Gout If every victim of this dis Â¬ ease Would heed only three words ot mine I could banish Gout from the land These words would be Try Ayers K1U By the Use of Ayers Fills alone X cured myself permanently ot rheuma- Â¬ tism which had troubled me several months These Pills arc at once harmless and effectual and I lielleve would prove a specific in all cases of incipient The Novelties and New Goods in every department cause all who visit the Everv line we carry is complete and prices NEVER WERE SO LOW FOR to utter exclamations of surprise and pleasure CASH AS THEY NOW ARE We have undoubtedly the prettiest line of Satteens ever brought to this city and every style Our Eastern importations of and price from the cheapest American to the finest French Satteens can be found in this Stoci BUSY BEE CASH STORE UTS BOYS YOUTHS and CHILDRENS CLOTHING No medicino could have served me in better stead C C Bock Corner Avoyelles Parish La C P Hopkins Nevada City writes I have used Ayers Pills for sixteen years and I think they are the best Pills in the world We keep a box of them in the house all the time They liavo cured me of Sick headache and neuralgia Since taking Ayers Pills I have been free from these complaints have derived great benefit from Ayers Pills Five years ago I was taken so ill with rheumatism that I was unable to do any work I took three boxes of Ayers Pills and was entirely cured Since that time I am never without a box of these pills Peter Christcnsen Sherwood wis Rheumatism WFb1ii Bress Gcods and Fabrics The Popular Lino between s 1 Cincinnati Til - Indianapolis and are marvels of Beauty and Style that can not be excelled BEST BRANDS of CALICOES such as Manchester Merrimac Cochega Hamilton Pacific Etc All five cents per yard and new spring styles We have just received a full and complete stock of I Pullman Sleeping- Cars and Elegant Be dining Chair Cars on Night Trains Magnificent Parlor Cars on Say Trains BETWEEN OHICAG O Entire Tnlni BCI TEEOCCH mthaat Chtajt C LAFAYETTE and we earnestly ask everv lady to examine this stock before buying elsewhere VIM lUUIkb lit WlJlllT 1 as you will certainly save mooey by sa Juwui j 4 Carpets Oil Cloths Rugs Lace Curtains Curtain Poles Trunks Yalises c Ayers Cathartic Pills PKErABED BY and Vindilia Use Pullman Ballet Sleeping Cars Pullman Reclining Chair Can New First CIasi Coachc Second Class Coaches and Baggage Cars all run through without change between Cincinnati and SU Louis Louis Cincinnati ftand St Big Four TU the C L St L Sallirar Elegant Reclining Chnlr Cars CAN SAVE YOU FROM TWENTY FIVE CENTS TO ONE DOLLAR on every pair of Mens Ladies and Childrens Shoes j ou buy from u tWe RAMSEY Jun22tf J OLBHAM CKAS S POWELL Proprietors uBusy Bee Cash Store SPEED SMITH Dr C Ayer U Co Lowell Mass Sold by all Dealers In Medicine J Cincinnati and Peoria HI TIA THI C I St L ft C and I B ft W Short line BETWIIN BlTWItS d h 11 43 SMITH WHY BUY CHEAP Comrrfodlous Reclining ChalrCaro k POWELL Idimpli Ftoriillh C and Heohk Iowa Patent Mushy L ft C and T P ft W K Pd At Chicago St Louis and Peoria close and Im- Â¬ mediate connections are made with all Lines to and from the Korthwest West and Southwest Tsrtigl TItitti tat Barpgt CtKli ta all rriwifil Fcitti Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St L U RT also via thlsline at all Coupon Ticket Offices throughout the country JOHN ECAN GealPas and Tkt Agent CIN CXKIT ATI Q I St Via SHELDON Tiie 01tfaieEv AT McKEES OLD STAND nre insurance We y e e fi 3 Â¬ represent ten of the strongIXSURAXCK B est FlKK PAINTS 8Sf MADE OF To get Is la our Co 0pcritive Flmi ClnjiVutcU CIuTh later Benzine Rosin Barytus nil Jt mim THE Cor First and Main Streets - Richmond Ky WAY Vh XT THE VSt sit LOWEST CASH PRICES represent the Company that has the largest capital in tlie world tlie Company that has the largest paid up capital in the world tlie Company that has the largest assets in the world the only Company in the world that pays its losses without dk cpunt and does not make you agree in its policy to wait sixty days after a lire to get your money All Companies charge the same rate then We the world CoMPAXIKS IH if K e il ia Oil JSJSJy J lrr Number of acres planted by 1252 farmers iu 1886 12611 in 1SS7 8192 in 18S8 13564 WHEAT Week mwthe best 3800 of OTHER- - Thousands ever inado arc Watch my 3 Why not Insure in the Best GEHTS Cheap Stuff Which cost to produce from Number of acres cowed by 1272 farmers iu 18S7 353S6 in 18S8 36490 CORN 30 TO 1 tn J ASayer Number of acres planted by 1272 pearanee accuracy durability ami tervice 75 JTateh Ourco operativeClubSystcm farmers in 188743474 iu 188S 49- - The manufacturers of same di- to anythem within the reach of every one brings 450 rect that they be flowed on be-- jhE KEYSTONE AVERAGE AMOUNT OF UVG STOCK iwiii 35j nsfin nn cause they have no body and AND AVERAGE SIZE OF CROPS UJO Chestnut St P O Box 928 Fliila Pn Hones 97 mules 93 cattle 97 hogs hence they will not cover and AErlTS 83 sheep 91 poultry 96 bees 91 corn therefore will require about twice nv rcLil AKCcr WAtlTED Clubs Cosstantlv tonnins 105 wheat 88 rye 82 barley SO oats the amount of paint to cover the yjg- Join Now and Save Hczcy 90 sorghum 107 hemp 98 flax 95 same amount of surface any that HVC ACCNCICS IN EVERY LARGE ClTV clover 74 grass 91 tobacco 101 Hta Pure Linseed Oil and Lead well WE WANT AGENTS CVCRYWHERC toes 92 apples 100 peaches 100 pears mch lOU graces 100 berries 100 garden rubbed out properly applied will products 100 dairy products 99 cover Â¬ M PER 6ALLQH This is the Cheapest Jlott Convenient and only co operative System cf telling watches The watches are American Lcicr Stem Winders containing every essential to accuracy anil dura Â¬ bility and hare in addition numerous patented improvements found In no ether liatci They ere absolutely the only Hint and Dampprovf Uorr menta made In tho World and nro jeweled throughout with UXXai J2 JlUllIUt The ritrtStem If iclznd5et istheEtrOBgcst and Etaplest made They are fut y equal for ap Sold cell Â¬ ing in our Co onorntive Clubs llit rUliSllii GOODS TRUNKS VALISES Insure your house and contents and sleep soundly it will he too late after you are burned out Our Companies hare over 4 000000 capital and orer 000000 assets viz Liverpool r-- n r 11 10 Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats Handkerchiefs Hosiery c A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men It 19 5T Guardian Home Lancashire Queen twmmmw UHNH Glote Lonttoa iWrli -- - 1 I tniff Ai AiS 7rT3rS at 1- Â¬ Hartfenl German - Pirennmywd National Total apr18 tfm UIKV mm VrertnT-ttijCom- I fij9121514 PRESENT CONDITION jLJija Â¬ 11- te Areii Horses 95 mules 95 cattle 93 hogs 90 sheep 100 poultry 100 bees 105 com 100 wheat 100 rye 90 barley fc6oats 75 sorghum 95 hemp 96 flax 78 clover 68 grass 78 tobacco 92 potatoes 82 apples GO peaches 105 pears 90 graiwa 95 berries 100 garÂ¬ den products 100 dairy products 97 Respectfully WILLGISGS PURE MIXED PAINTS IIV SEWiNQ MAGHINE VftU Call and prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro fusion Prices to meet the demands of the times aprlStf ADRUFF sec my Spring Styles and learn B WHITE rs II id Ciias Y Wilson Commissioner of Agriculture DEMOCRATIC MUSIC aa of 4 OVER Snades fc -o- 1 Differen in Sheet I T5 Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Shingles Laths The Great Campaign Song Manic Form AND COLORS EilMisaiQg mmmmm IIBALBR IN 1 a B le Ii 1 j IJiue-sni-- The Campaign Boug by Will S Hays which appeared In the WeeKly Courier Journal of July 2 has been issued in Sheet Music Form and the demand for it will be large It was enthusiastically received by the Na- Â¬ tional Democratic Club Convention held in Baltimore Maryland July 4th and adopted as the Democratic battle song for the campaign All orders will be promptly filled at 25 cents a copy when teu copies are ordered 15 cents a copy in orders of fifty and 12 cents a copy for one hundred aud over The words and muslo are printed on heavy sheet music paper of four pages Address all orders to Will S Hays Music and Poetry Publishing Com- Â¬ pany Courier Journal Building Louis Â¬ 67 ville Ky VIEWING THE PROMISED LAND Are guaranteed to be made of CjlinJ Pure Linseed Oil White Lead Zinc and other purest and best - riEiin materials They contain no water No 3 benzine baryhis or other cheap BLDREDQE B Is sold with the materials will cover 300 square The guarantee of being tho BEST feet two coals manufactured and IhatcanboMADE put up only by Geo M Willging Kichmond Ky Price Wholesale AGENTS WANTED or Iletail ot P- e Ms HongUi mays tf Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Cliurch Richmond Ky and Dressed Lnniber0 Watches Clocks Jewelry Sliver ami Jblated ware elc Sfeelal attention given to -- c f SETTING DIAMONDS 3 IO- AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES - 125 Per Gallon for all ordinary shades or colors Will make any shade or color to order I4UI II JJULIUUI Ui Decorator in Paint and Paper Richmond Ky ELOREDGE MANUFACTURING CO BKLV1DEUK ILLS Feb-22-6- LEADS THE WOULD S500 n GoW for General Superiority atCln- cinnati industrial imposition alter lull tnu ana ucjwrt tebt- - PEERLESS FOUND -- REPAIRING Promptly doae awl iu a workmaaHfee AT THE manner Cash Gasli Grocery House OF Paid for Old Gold and Silver AUTEH CHICKEN Dont forget the place next door to the Post ofilce Riebmoml Ky jan4 lf Squatters on the Ground Awaiting the Main St mar-7-t- f Opening of an Indian Reservation Cholera Cure 1 ae d le V ve Jrfittt I6 ce le Great Falis Mont News of the opening of the Black Feet Eeservation Is awaited impatiently here and throughout Northern Montana A iorge number of persons have gone to the reservation to locate ranches mines and town sites The desirable valleys are fairly covered with tents the great- Â¬ est rush apparently being to the Big Sandy- the famous hay grounds- Bold iers as well as civilians are on the grounds and when news comes that the bill Is signed thete is likely to be a rush Builhoclr Valley beyond Fort Assluiboiue is all staked off and the tents of the squatter may be seen al KENTUCKY along the valley of the Milk Hirer There Js a silver lode in the Bear Paw CARRIAGE Mountains that was located several JOHN DONELSON years ago It is understood that several PitoPKiETOR apr4 tf parties are on hand watching to locate this mine aa well as to prospect for others Chicago Tribune Ed The President has now signed the Bill throwing open for settlement Contractor and the Indian Reservation in Montana Is prepared with an experienced set of I6maylf hands to do all kinds of house building and repairing Give him a call ta Carriages Traction and roitablo Domestic and Creamery Engines Engines Steam Can TIotts Tho Gelscr Thresher and Cleaner ratrat Variable Fric Peerless tion DYKES ox ASK FOR THE GL P G Remedy North Second Street A full and complete Moefe Â¬ Fet OTEgaffifrJA V Fat Dog bet woTBsaaa iSaw uuxle of STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Latest Improved and eWpes Saw JLH oa the market Send Tor catalogue to tlM - - GEISER jrANCTACTTRING WATKISISBO CO IZAimnT CO PA tVo want agents and la ite correepoodence apr356m WORKS OT H KEIzlrEY Builder breen fciIesofrfin w Bt for slavery she wohW the KctJUicky the the SaDdytMe loKirts and wrvere Stie has also about 2600 leiiLessee nles She lias the Cumberland have been mar7tf Improvement Bend O on the Tlie tuunel at North i CBmnovrpn 0 1 8t L and P By Big Four is a nil niYO tintaj- 17 WjHrt fbmalk womti mmmmmm past AU passenger trains uiuvmv Guaranteed ttlrrinr itnrfeaother Trm thing of the oH Â¬ are now running around the tunnel rordies or eaah rtltnueiL Prut tar rail SI rULHic Or DU3ITrsuaanttBotlunai great Northern lioree Eclipse had sev- people over the new road constructed at great eral years before defeated Henry the expense Trains pass Iu full view of Ufa ol HEB5Y WARD BEE6BER iff now Vir- Â¬ GenH H Hurte nromineiit-GoD- cfiampIonoftheSoutb and hh fciAu trtHvc federat5ojncerjbpljrIat9 reeidept of the tomb orOeol William H Uarrl- - It MfriitrifJ GY1QV fclaUt from livjJ t death rrlcaOaelXMlar tapn ginia had sent the mighty Boston to LoriisYHiej WasfoSndWSSQ to noR Wtooolr Igso ex President oOha United 8t beat Fashion the lamoua rcu m 2pli36trtf 68 I yeftts oja Jftgt Wednesday WRfl Bostoo of tbe A Great P-- Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy Xhrt positively cures it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your money will be refunded BTtiOKTON WILLIS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ and plenty of every thing in my line This house is Confectioneries Canned Goods Green and Dried Eiait GUTHERSON LEXINGTON KY LEY STOCKTON WILLIS CBty Agents For Madieoa sepSHly Wiere Are Tra Goii WlifflidoyoBftartT Wberefrom Howi ytmr party r What uoomt ot bckt or twayige have you T What roote do yoa pniaT Upon receipt ol an answer to tba above qaes tios yoa win be farninned fre of rxpeMs with the lowest a n rates ala twmi able Dfona- tationwfcfah wW tave trouble time and mosey Auitaw call n penon nbera vxuiamry Parties not tea to answer above questions iboold eat oat aatl ireaerre this notice lor totroe tdewoee H may beoose BNetoL Addnss li Wabbs Geasat Passerer Agwc 8t Paol ittoa mmum ag Summer Tours Palace Steam ens Low Rates W feuttf Bisks Si uii JT aug 24 ly are sarpasstd by tba lorma deep marvelsbat Invention Those who of Sen Wonders exist In DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND B onr Tttps per Weeb Betarwa thousands of ytl arain neerf nf nmrlinhlA worlr Hint can be done wblle living at liora SUould at once send their address to IlalMt Co 1ort land Maine and scelvo free toll informa Â¬ tion how either sex ot all ojh can earn from 5 to 36 per day and npcvardK wlierev or they live You are started frea Capital sot required Soma have made evr Sa Into slDgiedayattUisworlr AttMwetd jYiy Sasdar Trlja darlsg Julj and Aoguit OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS ZUtes uid Exeanton Ttakcts rUi b rurnljlied by or TleKet Acest or addros E B WHITCOMB Gm Paul Aserr Detroit Gs3sd SiesaftointiM n OlTflQIT MICH SpeslaX DETROIT AND CLEVELAND fit I7M00 Cheborrta Alpeam HarrlrrllJo Sand Smb Port IHtrm E Oku Oailind Hows vr--Cftlr T citjEvary YiMk Ey Between Strictly CASH Basis The hest goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOTJSB a PATEITS PtUeots Caveats ami Trade Marks procured Rejeoted Ap4icatkD9 Re vlved and Proseetrte All baaioeea befsre Ute U- - S- - Patewt OMee prompt Â¬ ly al leaded te for modorale fees awl uq ehaigs made unlefis Patent is secured Sewl Joe Inventors Ooide FRANKLIN HI HOUGH jjjay lf WMbteftoB O C 8prJ5 6rn t 3 Ii -- StSJ i wwfgmmwT EfffKS iM i i - 1 rf CEHTRIL--ORlKaS- ini THE CLIMAX riBLlSHEB 3 AN UNEVEN DIVIDE EVERY WENBSDAY I Climax Prihtikg YKAIt AUGUST S Co The Springfield Republican a promiant journal for the past quarter of a century says the protectionist claim that high priced labor is the chief factor in the cost Â¬ Â¬ 4 FRENCH TIPTON Nm g WHITE f EmTftRS 1 PKICE lBR 160 188S production of American manufactures and that free raw niate ials are of little consequence is illuminated by the figures read by Secretary E C Rogers of that city of Â¬ I WEDNESDAY at the papermakers meeting at Democratic Ticket POK IRHSiDKKT GHOVHR CLEVELAND P 2JBW YORK VHS PJtHSIDBNT ALLAN G TQURMAN OP OMtO THE ELECTION Saratoga Wednesday The value of the annual paper product of the United States according to Mr Rogers statistics is 95000 000 of which 18500000 goes to the labor employed in producing it This is about 20 cents for labor for every dollars worth of paper This proportion will bol found m many other protected industries the iron and steel and the woolen for example Will the manufacturers admit in view of their own statistics that labor is very far from being the cheif fac tor in their cost of production or must we accept Mr Fosters little insinuation about the fat Â¬ Â¬ SALE OF BKLL D0Y FOR 50000 Â¬ The three-year-ol- d trotting stal Monday was a Waterloo o the Republicans in Madison county Joe Bales tlie Democratic candidate lor Sheriff defeated his Republican opponent Broaddug by a majority of more than five hundred rotes The returns are not all in hut the estimated majority Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ is 525 Union precinct continues to Itohl the banner Eliieton responded nobly Kroaddus cariied only two precincts Glade and 1oosey Bales Â¬ lion Bell Boy by Electioneer dam Beautiful Bells by The Moor was sold at public auction last Tucd3 in Lexington and was knocked down to 0 C Seaman of California for 50000 Bell Boy has a record of 2 26 as a He is expected to lower the three year old record this 3ear Tle Itorse was owned by Mr Seaman and 1 0 JelTerron and had spent the season just closed at tire farm of the latter in Fayette county He had been bought by them for 85000 Jefferson ltolding a third interest Tlte contending bidder with Mr Seaman was Mr John S Clark of Newark N J the same who sold Wedgwood to the Tennessee syndicate for 35000 and who assisted Mr T C Jefferson in nego two-year-o- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ carrying the other nine Yates even went for Bate A lare vote was polled Ih J lade preciitct tle colored wan who was nominated for Con stable was pulled off and Liitch Kerby put on the ticket lie was elected by 45 over Davis Demo crat Local option carried in Glade Precinct bj-- 304 majority The reports so far as as they have reached us from other counties are joyful Estill and all the other counties adjoining Madison so far as heard from except Rock castle went Democratic Tiie Courier Journal says concerning its dispatches from all parts of tlte Stale Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ tiating the purchase of Arlillerv for 30000 He is wealthy and deals in high priced stock A superb lunclieon was set at Mr Jeffersons house where the sale took place and many noted people were present Champagne flowed freely and the spread was in keeping with the occasion of the sale of tlie highest priced Iiorse in America Â¬ HOGS 6 6o 6 65 Select Butchers 6 45 6 15 Fair to Good Packets G 15 6 40 Good to Extra Lights 6 S 75 A Somerset telegram of the 2nd Light Pigs 5 00 4 25 says There was another frightful Roughs and Scalawags wreck on the Cincinnati Southern about 10 oclock last uignt This time it was an unavoidable accident but Remaining unclaimed in the Posl resulted as usual in damage to the OfHce at Richmond Ky week ending company and the death of oue and August 7 1888 Pilina probably three men When freight Baughman Kathlen Owens Cathon Reecf CrotmrdJosie 17 south Conductor Harry Art No Dillingham J H ShiOlerJ E P man and Enginer J B Howard in Griggs Kate Turner Pauline Walker Josie charge was about half through tuunel Harris Lizzie E Walker Sophie No 2 the front trupk on the second Harris Alice Lane Annie car from the engine gave way and Post Office hours from 6 A M to 7 P threw several others ofl the track M Money order and registered letter The engine pulled out of the tunuel iu hours prompt 7 A M to 6 l si to the cut before Howard could stop It J B WILLIS P M The cars were thrown one by one over IT CEIAT AHESlUll the embankment and rolled to the bed MEAT CUTTER SST ofPittmau creek 150 feet below The Uoequlled and pro JPSSlKmHSk iuranndtbbtbrHib track was torn up for several hundred fAna2V ffii HHV9El D Stouet Ulan Vest Scrapple Crtxnutua yards The loss to the company will HI EHKiBCWt liamtmrr Steak A- c- Ac JVo RM be very heavy and it is thought the liJ wot prepaJdVa receipt oTtUft VITAL WORDS F1S03I VAX WINKLE los3 of lives will number at least three MTQ C0 AMERICAN 2M A Wuhbvton Art Brakeman Robert Thomas of Virginia j PMUdelphla or father a few pieces of him was EitUor GWma t 8 17 found under a car and his remains Ukkka Ky August Oth were placed in a sack aud sent to this Pleabe allow me space iu the place Two tramps got on the train at HOT CAMPAIGN columns of your paper to correct a statethis place but as they have not been ment made in your IUe of August 1st foundlt is supposed they were ground rtfii 1 I either through Ignorance of your to pieces correspondent or by some political The following is au abstract of the schemer who cared but little whether he made a true statement or not so reports made to Controller of theCur TliE ONLY RELIABLE CAMPAIGN BOOK that he could accomplish his own pur- Â¬ renjy showing the condition of the PUBLISHED pose The statement that I was defeat National banks of Kentucky at the With the most Authentic and comple close of business ou June 30 18SS ed for Constable at a Republican Con biographies of Number of banks 60 vention by Charlie Willis a negro is 1818175000 Cleveland Utterly false as I was not a candidate Loans and diounts for the office at the time of the Conven- Â¬ United States bonds to seMorton Harrison 319000000 cure circulation tion having withdrawn from the race together with the platforms of both par- Â¬ before the Convention was called United States bonds to se- Â¬ 144500000 ties Tariff by Kelley and Carlisle Pres- Â¬ cure deposits There were but few persons except the idents Message Blaines Review of the colored population that knew any Due from approved Reserve Presidents Message Election Statistics Agents 148334600 etc thing of the Convention until they had met and nominated their man Due from other Natioual 5000 Agents Wanted to supply millions bnnks 755 60100 of intelligent votes consequently he had no opposition as Time is Short Strike Quickly I Show Due from State banks and the pool book will show 21022200 the book and it sells itself Write at once bankersiiii Respectfully Terms free Specie - 53791200 for illustrated Circulare and John Van Winkle A dress Legal tender notes- 60761300 PUISLISHING CO -- to slavery because a Democratic Administration i In power as tuo Re- Â¬ publicans foolishly sought tc make them believe thousands of them who held back before will vote the Demo- Â¬ cratic ticket What do you think of men to Ignorant a to Imagine slavery could be restored Dont they need to be educated And would the Republicans ever assist in their educa- Â¬ tion Never Then again the negro has an Idea that tariff reform will be to his beuelit He is a laborer and the tariff can pot he of any benefit to hira He also wants to tlse above wliit he is now But to what trade can a negro be ap-Â¬ prenticed Not one Did you ever see a skilled mechanls who was a negro You never did Then you cant blame him for wanting to be elevated If he cant get what be wants through one party he will go to the other The Republican party has evidently got into rough waten What With disgust among intelligent and inde- Â¬ pendent men at the free whisky phase ot the tariff plank general dissatisfac- Â¬ tion with the tariff plauk as a whole iu the Western States secession of prominent party men to the Demo- Â¬ crats on these issues aud the revolu- Â¬ tion among the colored voters the G O P which is existing upon the traditions of the past bids fair to be badly wrecked upon a lee shore hi November Â¬ Â¬ following Injured were brought here at oclock and taken tn St Josephs Hospital Engineer of helper Cravens conductor of light back injured freight SUllivan Cut oh head leg Utilised aud hand hllH brakemflti of freight Cataiee oik id tiie fdee and hand hurt Sullivans Wounds are of rt serious nature nnd he may die The At an others should get well William early hour this morning Strange a stranger in the city lay down under a car la the Cincinnati Southern yards Train hands hooked onto the cat and the man bad his left leg badly hurt and was Injured about the body He may get well 0 x 25 1 and Thin FEEDERS AND STOCKERS 3 75 Good Extra Steers 4 Fair to Gotfd Steers 3 25 3 Good to Extra Heifers i 75 3 3 Common and Thin SWcfeers i 15 crJws AND CALVES 35 oo4o Pest Grade - aooo3o to Good itf ooi8 Commofl j 4 75 Best Veal Calves 5 4 Fair to Good 4 oo Common and Heavy 3 3 oo SPRING LAMBS Common 50 00 5 35 PUBLIC SALE OF TH8 HEXT 8ESSI0K WILI OPEJf E VERY DAT Is 50 oo 00 00 00 tuil Stock Crop aid Fan Wetek The this Sept 12 A itf 75 under the supervision of the Faculty and no pains will be spared to make Prkbakatory Depabtment A BARGAIN DAY AT li ing lmplofflcnts Extra- Common to Good 6 25 4 oo 6 50 4 50 LETTERS 539 all that can be desired Our aim Is to prepare boys for College and at the Having determined to go West 1 oiftf time give tborotigb practical educa Â¬ at public sale on tion tor those who can not take the reg- Â¬ ular cunree Special attention will be 1888 given to Writing Composition Book- Tuesday Sept Keeplng anu citii Engineering my farm lying In sight of Richmond Allonllnn la millnl In tliR follOWinK Ky on Big Hill Turnpike running communication from one of our pa ilia irvlnft nlko fmntnln trons a prominent citizen ci me cum- iliniili In log muuuy xur Dunmui j k rwiiini1 nnrsiiMi unit the character department of the of work done In this Madison County School J Stags Louisville Store 4th 1 2 ACRES First 154 acres tfnltrersity -- A Â¬ mm t j mum ibuiuds Â¬ Thurman Â¬ My home In grass tract containing with my residence which is new and first class containing 13 large and well finished rooms with wardrobes closets pantries c to suit No 1 cistern at the door ice house meat bouse cabin in yard coal house chicken house c excellent new barn 60x68 feet aud a fine orchard Second 129 acres ou Irvine pike running through from the Alex Black farm to Jessie Smiths land touching pike dirt road and W K Oldhams on the south east Said land is mostly in grass and has upon it one good tenement-house aud school house Third 116 acres of same tract run Â¬ ning from the Black land to the Smith land immediately down the creek mostly bottom land and good all in gra8 and has upon it n good old fashioned dwelling containing eight rooms Fourth My Robinson place con Â¬ taining S5 acres ndjoicing my home place running back to my Miller place and lies brood side of Messrs McKee Trainers trotting track land all In grass and has upon It a fair residence some fruit trees and about forty cedars Iu yard making a beautiful grove Fifth My Miller laud of 66 acres lyiug immediately On the Irvine pike will be sold in two lots of 27 and 29 acres to suit those living in the city fur cow and horse pasturage or some truck gardener then as a whole The Robinson aud Bronston lands will also be sold as a whole the high Â¬ These lands est price ruling the sales are all well watered and well fenced At the same time and place will sell Will sell as follows Chancellor of Central UniTemty Dtm-- 77Wof Last fall I nlact con flWft in hi twelfth yeai with some misgirings as to the wis dom Ot Uie Step lO inc i reparKr and during the men 6f yoffr college rnrf vpar- - idhfeh has lust closed mv special and critical attention has been eon- stantly directed to ine conuuci m uhi ui partment ttn6 I wish to bear voluntary testimony that he has received careful patient and thoTcmgh instruction from those in cnarge ana rras nnac grutjis progress not alone in the rtiidies pursued but also in mental training atttf capacity for application ine system pursuea in inoucpuimwn it one that trains the pupil to think feasoi irwrloiltv- - unA rfmemlwr Observation1 has impressed me with the conviction mat lew persons or even proicssiunai in- Â¬ structors have the aptitude to- impress these educational characteristics upon the minds of young boys You have been fortunate in securing instructors for this department who are gifted in this respect and I earnestly hope that their services may be secured premanently to the young boys of this community and that the high grade of proficiency that now obtains in this department may continue I am very truly yours A R BURNAM further 10 For apply to information and Catalogue Dr L KieHMoSfD Ky June 18th xbb U BLAtf TON 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 ui a- BARGAIN DAY AND CUT PEICES ALL TO- - PIECES will make prices that will be astonishing Dont delay first come first served first come get the pick of whatever is in our mammoth stock We have more goods than we want thej must move and to make them move we L H BLANTON 6- - Chancellor Dry Goods the prices are SgrfS of any description that away BEAUTIFY YOUR LAW1SS down 80 One and Cattle of them registered some of the above 8 fat are fresh and first class milkers cows and heifers 10 short yearling steers j 2 safe rock away horses 3 yearling horse colts and 1 2 work males J 60 Poland China hogs pedigreed and general merit good SO barrels old corn pure white 125 600 barrels corn in the field bushels pure Fultz wheat 13 large hay stacks about 4000 good square rails some fencing about 10 corda wood posts and all my farming implements such as used on a well regulated farm JEgpThig sale is positive nnd will be- Â¬ gin promptly at 10 oclock A M Terms liberal aud made known on day of sale 8 11 J H BOGGS four-year-o- ld Clothing k M Faisnted March FOLDING LAWN 32 87 want Clothing of any Dont forget if you natives 4 yoke large oxen good ones 24 cows and heifers highest of grade 8 thoroughored cows and heifers some description that the prices are away down A CALL Total resources LIABILITIES Capital stock pafU iu- - 2645044400 CINCINNATI 160 Elm Street Cincinnati o THE C0L0KBD VOTE Montreal Casada Heratd UazMe Tb refiorte from yesterdays comity eltertwiu at ewcAHrHgtHg Tin Dem Â¬ ocrat have won hdwltwRiely in wvrrsl cnwMtfeb that have hitherto given He majorities IHifaUeati Xnwltere 1ms tint been a rever of Democratic inajtaritie no far as oir reporU extend Everything iMsJieateg a heavy vote and m itscruaiicri molarity for Cleveland ami TkwMMi iti November Those RepMUieaufc who have been talking abaat Kewtwcfcy as a ttoubttal Stole are wi4utiiii la ail the eoanifeitkM they can extract km the leturns in Kentucky tWlKl titki The KenUcky idea is all ri ht SMBKiDAN 1SAH lien lltil Sheridan died at Non qnitt Masaachusetts Suitday night at 1020 oclock lie was 57 years old Born of poor emigrants in Ohio he attended a country school and became clerk in a country store Having studied privately while salesman lie se cured an appointment in Hie school at West Point In May 1S61 lie was a quartermaster on the staff in July a Brigadier General in command of cavalry His infantry service began at Perry Til e Ky and ended at Missiona ry Ridge Tenn ami lie won a deathless fame II is disease valvular affection of tlte heart and began three monhs ago Â¬ Â¬ vu AW HITS MEXOUSH YWJ KNAW We glean from the real estate transfers for the month of July published in the 1ineviile Bell coauty Messenger some facts of interest Pineville is known a long way off and is attracting capital from eve foreign coun tries Ilere are a few items Â¬ Henry Katee to ISugihit Syndi- - eaie 56 acres Anderson Parker to English Syndicate 730 aeres Uenry latte tn UnglMi Sywdi- aer at Jmi Wat- - t KHglMi Symli- eate 125 aeres Vet4r HaHew Is Kgllh h- dteate 13S awes Jt rtwha Brans to EoglMt 8yH- dicate 40i awe Hfiuy Kains to JSnglh4t Syndi Â¬ cate a tract f hi ml John C Mojrera to KhkIMi Sya- dieatei 228 aeres J K IWner to EHglish SyHdl- eate 64 aeres 2547 6W0 8128 269 m 1599 8000 2847 14465 W7 Hfiiry Parker t English Syndl- ate 110 aeres gH7 A I Mealer to EnKiibti ayndi- - 1o caie 40 aeree J YV Turner to Ewglhli Syndi- talc 50 aeres 4109 Eliz itxrlli HendertfOH toEHglWi Bndieate 2 0M aeres 16900 Ingram Evans to Kagiish Syn Â¬ dicate 14 aeres 87 YV U Colsom lu njHfh Syndi cate 528 aeres 4227 YV K Moss to English Syndi Â¬ cate 250 acres 18760 AIw Turner to EaciMi Syndi Â¬ cates 200 aeres 35000 Â¬ Lnlith alout 5000 acres of land and has received therefor about l2ut0 Now if you have any Blue gras land to sell advertise in the Pineville Messenger or take a trip to PineriNe and you will find men with money who ist hereabouts who have money to niet in mineral lambs the goniF r y ii move the better for tJi English are in the field carujuu on the grounds PmeiIe Thus you see the riettiity of has surrendered to the nanf larms Again if there are any capital Â¬ 4 Hitlterto tlie eotored vote of the United States has gone almost wholly Keimbiicati in Presidential and State election ami for very natural reason It was under RepubUean rule that slavery was abolisiied ami tlie negroes given full civil rights-- For a few years after tlte war before lite pa stons en Â¬ gendered by tiiat conflict had Mib ided outrages perjietrated on the negroes in tlie United States were invariably attributed to Democrat The RevHib lieaii press and platform orator iu election campaigns look great imins awl for the most part fruweeded in mak ing tlie negroes lieiieve that the Re Â¬ publican party was their natural pro Â¬ testor and that if the Democratic party Many Voters Million Precinct eame into power their civil lights would be in danger of being swept NEWS PARAGRAPHS awaj Appeals of thfc kind weie mad to tlie negro voters during tiie Presidential campaign of 1884 when Blinkey Morgan the noted murd- Â¬ the danger of a Democratic victory erer washanged at Cleveland O last loomed up ami it is well Known that Friday for many months after the Inaugura Â¬ Fourteen people were burned to death tion of Cleveland they were in mortal terror not only in tlte Southern States iu a six story building iu New York while six others who were removed to ail over lite Union lest tlie Republican iH ojdtecies in this respect riiould a hospital will scarcely recover be verified Miss Eliza Johnston who died un- Â¬ Nearly four years have passed away expectedly of fever at Frankfort re- Â¬ ami tlte negroes find that they are still cently was the second daughter of in tlte enjoyment of their civil rights Col J Stoddard Johustou Her death Tlte large number of intelligent men cast a gloom over the entire city among ibeni not only recognize that HejHiWiean alarmists prophecies were Buford Twyman and Miss Margaret merely election bugaboos but they ateo Rally of Woodford county eloped to recognize tlie beneficent character of Cincinnati and were married The Clevelands administration fair and groom is a son of the late Joel W Twy impartial to all classes of lieople The man and the bride is tlie daughter of consequence U that there is a breakiJnm Itaily proprietor of Hope Mills among negroes on political lines and Hon W F Bullock the widely a noticeable drift among them known jurist aud author of the Com- Â¬ towards the Democratic rank which has already assumed an organized mon School Law of Kentucky is dying form In tlte Slate of Indiana Presi at the home of his sou iu Shelby county dent Clevelands strength among the Judge Bullock Is eighty years old and negroes has assumed proportions alar- Â¬ has for several years been quite feeble ming to the Republican- - and negro Chief Justice Fuller has leased Mr Democatie clubs are being organized A L Barbers handsome mansion wherever there is any considerable Belmont The house Is near As community of that race Besides thi tociate Justice Harlans residence It a convention of negro Democrats is cost S120UOO overlooks the Potomac being IteW in Indianapolis for the pur Â¬ and hills of Virginia and is altogether pose of formally endorsing the Admin one of the most deirahle locations in istration and re nomination of the Washington President and special efforts are to Thirty horses were burned to death be made to carry the Stste for Cleve Â¬ a fire In New York Wednesday land There are 80000 negro votes iu at morning They were valued at 56000 the North and West and Intelligent and were the properity of the Mutual leaders among them say that the as Â¬ Benefit Ice Company The watchman certained Increase of the negro Demo Â¬ vote over that oflSiis ninety accidentally upset a lamp hi the stable cratic percent witlwut taking into account at No 416 West Thirteenth street The building was damaged 8000 accessions likely to be made between now ami uovember Ed Mitchell of Fayette county has Tills movemout among the ooloretl a nure that foaled u flue colt this voters extends to the States of Massa spring One night the colt was at Â¬ elwrttj Illinois Missouri Tennessee tacked by dogs but the mare was Kansas North Carolina Virginia equal to the occasion for next morn Â¬ Michigan Ohio and Indiana and is ing Mr Mitchell found three dead attracting modi attention In Wash Â¬ dogs near the oolt aud lying pretty ington One of the leading spirits iu close together The mare should be it is J Milton Turner Minister to Riven a chromn Liberia under President Grants ad Â¬ A Pittsburg telegram says Charles ministration DeKuight of this city a Pullman car That lite movement is not a mere stampede due to political excitement conductor running on the Pennsylva Â¬ is quite apparent from the testimony of nia railroad aud May Patton of Johns- Â¬ intelligent leaders among the colored town Pa registered as husband and men One of these men says the ue wife at the Metropolitan Hotel and groesefthe South are In better oon were assigned to room C At 9 oclock dltton tliau those of the North be Â¬ two pistol shots were heard In their cause they have taken advantage of rooai and a moment later two other the situation to break away from old shots were heard The door to the party ties and assert their individual room was forced open DeKnlght IHierty They have been brought luto was lyiug upon the floor unconscious contact with men other than those and gasping for breath with two bul- Â¬ who treated them as mere voting dum Â¬ let holes in his bead He was imme- Â¬ mies and their knowledge in conse Â¬ diately removed to the City Hospital quence hs broadened And he adds but died a few moments after arrival the following which to a large extent Mtes Patton partially disrobed was furn M tee the key to tlte present move Â¬ lying dead upon the bed with two ment among litem towards the Demo frightful wounds iu her head In one hand she graoped the weapon iu the emtio party Mr Cleveland has shown a dispo Â¬ other she held a small toilet glas by sition to treat tlte negro fairly and the aid of which she had directed the that is all m e can ask or have a light aim upon herself to ak He hat appointed cufoml A Lexington Dispatch of the 2nd men to ofHoe in tlie face of great diffi Â¬ says Tlie aeeideut that oaeurrad on culties and in spite of RbpuWloa op Â¬ the Newport News Mississippi Valley position ami lie even removed a Dis Â¬ railroad at Coreys Summit yesterday trict attorney in the South because the afternoon was much more serious than npgroes complained they were not re- Â¬ at first reported Besides Engineer ceiving fair treatment Now that the Freutel and Brakeman Doyle who npgroes have had it demonstartcd to died last night Fireman Summerson them that they are not to be sold back died this morning at 7 oclock and the Â¬ Â¬ recognizing the fact that calls on parties to become candi- Â¬ dates signed many voters etc have become common place yet we believe that iu many instances they result In showing to the community the esteem in which a party is held hy his neighbors and friend particularly so when like this a call is made without con- Â¬ sultation with or advise of the party The office of Assessor ought to be filled by a man active euergetictrustworthy and conscientious Sucli a person we believe the Democracy have in the person of C R Tudor Heisayouug man and possesses sound discression and judgment We therefore call on him to announce himself at the proper time is a candidate for Assessor of Madison county and hope he will make the race His popularity with all who know him will insure his elec tion if nominated Fully 89 1009930000 239503700 National Bank nots issued 287100000 1012862388 Individual Deposits United States deposits 150069784 Deposits of United States disbursiug officers- 5325054 Notes and bills rediscounted 44248893 Surplus fund m SETTEE and if vou want scription that the prices are away down BootsBoots ShoesanyJK and Shoes of de TT 4Q Dont forget it you want Hats XjLOiUO 0f any description that the TO PHYSIGIANS Residence and Grounds well Improved for Sale Tho Peer of all laira Seats CONCERNING FARMERS bt Â¬ Â¬ Desiring to remove South I oiler for sale privately my house and grounds at Union City Madison county Ky The house is a frame weatherboard ed plastered and papered with large windows weighted sash inside blinds stained glass in hall The house con- Â¬ tains six rooms with latticed veranda Brick chimneys and good Kitchen with grates A well of soft water 26 Another everlast- Â¬ feet deep at door ing well In the yard and pond in lot MINNESOTA DAKOTA A St Louis dispatch of last Tuesday that never goes dry Buggy house good stoblee and other says A singular case of bovine hy Â¬ buildings drophobia was developed last week in Fine young orchard and excellent f August 21st a cow bitten by a dog two weeks ago garden TUESDAYS September 11th SSttu in Charles Shaders dairy In the subOctober eth anl 23rd urbs Nothing was thought of it at the VIA THE time iu fact not until yesterday al- Â¬ though the cow had been acting strange with good post and rail fence all round Mani- Â¬ Paul Minneapolis gely for a week aud her milk had a and a beautiful grove of locust trees an an acre iu extent peculiar greenish tint Yesterday she toba Railway The grounds front three hundred acted like a mad steer chasing the feet on the principle street of the vil Â¬ AT RATES oilier cows about the yard and got so lage and ray office is in a neat aud bad that Mr Shader had to pen her up convenient drug store immediately on To day a policeman was called iu and the street I desire to sell my stock of drugs the animal shot along with the property There is room for a stock of fancy groceries Louisville Tobacco Market should the purchaser wish to add such goods to the stock Points west of Grand Forks In DA- Â¬ ByUlover fc Durrett Louisville Tobacco Union City is a nice orderly village Ware IIonfcc on the Richmond and Jacksons Ferry KOTA and MONTANA LESS THAN Sales on our market for the past turnpike seven miles from Richmond ONEFAREno rouud trip rate being week jiint closed amount to 1156 hhds and six from Kentucky River and has more than TWENTY DOLLARS In- Â¬ with receipts for the same period 774 two getieral stores post office express cluding GREAT FALLS MONTANA hhds Sales on our market since facilities two blacksmith shops with Persons desiring to take a trip January 1st amount to 51921 hhds wood shop oue saddlers shop a school Our market durig the week has been house with Masonic Lodge brick through Northern Minnesota Dakota dull aud irregular on hurley tobacco church occupied by two denominations or montana for the purpose of looKlng The reports from the growing crop are Several roads centre at Union City to the eflect that the late planting is I have practiced medicine at Union over the country or with the idea of very small and has grown but but little City for twenty years and know it to selecting a new home within the to this time he one of the best country locations in boundaries of the GRANDEST The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ Kentucky WHEAT BELT IN THE WORLD resent our market for Burley tobacco A reasonable price aud easy terms aud an agricultural country suitable Trash not colorv aud tobacco dam are ottered aged by freezing 6 00 to 850 I refer by permission to Dr Jen for diversified farming dairy and Colory Trash 850 to1400 niugs aud Poyutz and Cashier J E stock purposes will do well to take Common Lugs not colory 900 to Green I ear 1st Natioual Bank Rich- Â¬ advantage of these rates 1400 mond For maps and information apply to Colory Lugs 14 00 to 1700 Call ou or address me at Uinon City your home ticket agent to any agent Respectfully Common Leaf 1400 to 1700 8- Medium to good leaf 1700 to 2300 Dit JOHN W HARRIS of the company or 23 00 to Select or wrappery leaf F L WHITNEY 2050 Genl Pass Tkt Agt Beware of Fraud as my name and the 8- 8t Paul Minn Local Produce Markets price are stamped on the bottom of all my advertised shoes before leaving the CORRECHXn WEEKLY BY COVINGTON Excursions factory which protects the wearers BRO GROCERS MAIN ARNOLD Business men and settlers looking against high prices and inferior goods If STREET RICHMOND KY a de ler offers W L DOUGLAS shoes for new locations or investments can Ricumond Ky Aug 8 iSSS at a reduced price or says he has them reach all principal points in Minneso- Â¬ without my name and price stamped on ta and Dakota at a cost of one fare for Beef Cattle Butcher the round trip by availing themselves bottom put him down as a fraud Hogs 45C the of the excursions announced via tlie Hams Sugar Cured I3i5c St Paul Minneapolis Manitoba By Bacon Hams Country from St Paul Minn Tickets good Cured I2C 5 for 30 days Very low excursion rates Butter I2J4 SC have been made also via this line to oo Chickens i 5 i 752 Helena and Great Falls Montana Eggs IOC tickets good for four mouths Further Wheat particulars can be obtained by address Â¬ Flour 25 ing O H Warren General Passenger Corn per barrel 3 SO Agent St Paul Minn or H E Tur Hay per ioo Bs 40W50C per DIst Passenger Agent 32 South Oatsin sheaf perioo Ks eow Chirk Street Chicago Lard III2MC Tallow 34C The millers of Missouri Illinois Kansas Virginia Tennessee and all winter wheat States have been invited by the St Louis Millers Association to meet iu that city August 31 to form a Flour Trash The agreement the mil- Â¬ lers are expected to sign 13 sent out with the circulars of invitation and is of the iron clad variety FIVE will adjust itself to uneven ground Light durable handsome and strong Faulted bright red and ornamented Prices I Setter tl50 and 330 Chain 8150 Kockers M 00 each They all fold flat If your dealer dont keep them ask him to order for you from AEEEI0A1T FOLDIHQ OHAH 1301 to 1323 N Main St 41 15 CO Above cut represents our patented Settee Tho only Settee ever made that HARVEST prices are away down Dont forget if you want anything at ah thaf is usually kept in a first class store that I have it and at prices that are down down down ST liOUia B EXCURSIONS MONTANA We Want Youi To send us for one of our 40 H 3 STRENG Mammoth LouisyiIIg Stcro cents Â¬ BOUND TO 60 LARGEST STOCIc OF- - St 6 in FARM WRENCHES Light Handy and Strong will Outirear and Out- Â¬ last two Ordinary Wrenches YOU WANT AnEllbicii CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE This set consists of a Boseirood Handle and four interchangeable blades 2 Krew driTers and 3 chisels fitting same alt packed in a neat wood box This toolis constantly useful everywhere arouse the house at the office in the shop on the farm Sent free on receipt of 1 60 Household S D Set for them if he has not got them he will get them for you or wo will oend either on receipt of price as abore Send ttamp for our flliurrofea eoto logve Ask Your Locnl Dealer ELLRICH CO Plnntsville Conn 61 24 CLOT TT XJaNT Gr Hats and Furnishing Goods Â¬ OAUTIOKT ior uenalne M A Sim monlLlTtrWetflrin Ikn sometime had to subititsta I n I Zeilina itnffforor fM but Jont awcr ta ICstatTsI fwiyvse ur j H cniTe Editor Tit WHEfctt C F Simmon St Louis Propr MASImraonIlTrrMeiicineEatl iSao ia the U S Court Dlrun H ZciliB Propr A QSimmons J cr Regal storEstd by Zellin 1868Llv t a u axi lor 47 ycajs eared iNntcisTioir Btuovsnsss DYsrxrstASiCK HsjldachbLoit ArrrrtTX Soo Stomach Etc Her T B Reims Paster K B iChurch Adam Tenn wiittHI iiuw a aaouia hitc ocen aca DUK yoar The Original Wlna 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 give you more and better Medicine and hare used half of it T It wnrlrliV a rf rzzzv jrr v v Clothing Hats Furnishing Goods con- Â¬ better Lirer Regulator sad cer- uuuy no more 01 scours mixture than you ever got before for same money S3 45 IU 49 40 nlFDffi Owing to backward spring we have cluded to Guard against burglars and fire by pur Â¬ chasing a burglar proof and fire prool COT DOWN OUR STOCK which is larger than ever and in order to do so we will almost sell them at Bcwajc Meal Feathers Si 2 Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Clover Seed Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes 758sc 3 ioi 352 a J5 c6oc 5 i5oc or Every merchant every firmer I wish to cell privately or rent the business man every professional every man new two story ought to have a safe Account books ac Â¬ counts notes cherts rwtnte mnnov jewelry and other valuables can be kept irura au narm at small expense on Second Street in Richmond Ky THE CARY SAFE CO next to the Maj S Turner property FIvo rooms two halls 2 story porch 32 West Eagle St BufialoN Y and verandas and nil necessary out- Â¬ aTOne of the Carey safes can be buildings Including stable Good cis- Â¬ tern Lot 60x200 feet House and all seen at The Climax office Sl3S buildings new GEORGE H MYERS 35 50 25 00 5WS 1 FRAME RESIDENCE I oot 2Ci2 25 OO Your Own Price -- LIVE 8T0CE MAE2ET BEPOST CO W L DOUGLAS FOR GENTLEMEN By LOPER DATER Stock Yards 1 only fine 3 Seamless Shoe in the world made without tacks or nails As stylish and durable as these costing Cincinnati Ohio Aug 6 18S8 5 or 6 and having no tacks or nails to wear tlie stocking or hurt the feet makes SHIPPING CATTLE them as comfortable and well fitting as a Good to Extra 5 25 hand sewed shoe Buy the best None Fair to Good 5 00 stamped on bottom W Common and Rough 3 59 fenuine unless Shoe warranted 3 Good to Extra Oxen 4 25 W L DOUGLAS 1 SHOE the original Fair to Good Oxen 3 00 Common and Rough and only hand sewed welt 4 shoe which 3 oo equals custom made shoes costing from 6 BUTCHER CATTLE to 9 Good to Extra 4 ooi Fair to Good W L DOUGLAS 250 SUAE is unex 3 50 Extra Fat Steers celled for heavy wear 3 50 Fair to Good Steers 3 253 W L DOUGLAS 2 SHOE is worn by Good to Extra Cows 3 50 all Boys and is the best school shoe in Fair to Good Cows 275 the world Common Cows 2 oo All the above goods are made in Con Hough Cows and Oxen 1 00 Cress Button and Lace snd if not told BULLS by your dealer write W L DOUGLAS Best Shipping 2 30 3 00 Brockton Mass Best Bologna 2 jo 2 25 JACK FREEMAN Agent Richmond Ky Fair Bologna 1 ib 3 00 8 54 Fair to Good Feeders litre Stock Coramlfislon Merchants at Clucln Datl Union Stock Yanls aud Covlugton S3 Shoe The calf COME AND SEE TH3E 1- has revolutionized the worm during the last half ceuturr Not least a I ntnoncr the wnndpru nt Inventive progress Is a method anil system of wora Mini can ue pcrionncu nil over the conutry without separating the workers from thlr homes Pay liberal any one can do the work either sex yoons or old do special ability required Capital not needed yon are started tree Cut Una out and returu to us and we will send you free something of erent value and Importance to you that will start you In business which will brlns you In more money right away than any- Â¬ thing else In tho world Grand outfit free Add ess True Co Augusta Maine nov 30 tv T BBSsisKsBk FINEST GOODS NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES Tan vnfUU froa ki fejltoa I Ua nimtmrlMi Is St UaU Jrt saneaal wtntnwiil faaUawa u4 for tho right men experience ano to save who give security preferred monthly to pay eipenjte Reliable and Aotlvs Men to an Uhtabilshed llonso dunoa thetravel for summer months Those can furnish WANTED GroveHGieveland ever named for same quality of goods at hJ h the oldest Clothing House in Eichmond neiaMlr l8araala4UatalattnUaaD mat Tin- 11I111 time better send names and address ot references No atten Â¬ tion paid to postal cards Never mlud aboat sending stamp for reply Address BTJSI bX W TJSSlox U IUeUmond Ya Tat imllii NMtWiUMdUa a a horse and torn yrHam cijvgijrD mittw Tab at vGHsanelau axLKT O TKUXatUT Money advanced Uaaa aHttA Dartlteta3tttara4r TaanVtl A great efcaaoo naonaMLtm rauoi uarualaa Dla Stats age boniuess j Stingo 7 11 a4cm Maall y izzjzr kEV J BHt B STOTJFFER j2 tf Eisst Street tiSfc PPi afSfsasmi m Mb Mary Hamilton daughter of Ilev W B Hamliten pastor or the Second Presbyterian church left on last Friday for Europe Mita Hamilton oe A pur Sue the emdy f music al Lelpsfei She nas already studied with marked success tn CahUda receiving a gold medal She possesses also fine artistic talent Miss Prathcr has been appointed fofitrirlMt eeK Mr Elliott of the Louisville Commer- - to teach life school at Millers school TreyBor reached McKee Hess Creek wi has been in Richmond for sev- - house on TateJ 5ufrlJwSihSuieS iHgood trim for eral days and findt much about which to race tivwiw tie great LOCUST BRANCH rHeouragtng reports cornea from write He will liavea page concerning Richmond J Lu C Hardin wlw died of fever EstHl County It seems certain that especially and Madison county and at FraukfKt IheSTth ll was fortuer- - the election will go their early history Mr Elliott Corn was somewhat damaged Here on In favor of the student of Central Utffverslty isa graceful writer and a good man to Salurdiy lAst by the wind road Then work will soon begin The engineering corps is on Uie line hare visit the town will be There is quite a demand for stock hogs Dr GoUstein the opUonn Mfes Fantaje Darnett returned on Fri- Â¬ here worth from f 4 75 to 5 sltlie Willis HMfce August ml 17th eflne proposed Richmond Xicnolas day from St Louis where she had been vllle Irvine and Beatty vllle Kailroadj On the 26th inst Mr Parson the Drip visiting for some time between Versailles and Kretmlasville Miss Barnctt is to be married to a wealthy merchant Rock and Speedwell mail carrier was oomiug towards IUdimand of 6oon proiHet eitizeli of ihe oorjis are rlditfe over the Threei be of that city She is one of the brightest united in the holy bonds of matrimontoy Jnlee Iioyd line girls that ever graduated from Madison Miss Murphy of Jackson connty ynthiaua died n Swwiay - Jjtev Dr tween Urchmond and liealtyville Geo W Todd of Speedwell bought of Fjrmau went uowii oa Monday to Female Institute receiving her diploma at I 16 years of age and the St Louisian will Walter Richardson two cows one at H iiTt aul Dr Morris Dead luutnm be a forunate man 212 and one at 250 also of S B Dr Robert Morris one of the Ut Hire killed a man mimud Strauge and- - best known Masons in Hie oldest Kelley one yoke oxen and two cows at 3c United pa tiarj J i o victrn in umn vwmuy States died iHSt Tuesday morning at around RELIGIOUS 3LJii and Ike tteywrfds badly out his home in Lagrange About seven Misses Dora D and Florence W weeks ago he was stricken with iwral BuSao m irvimr ysfe Dr Mortis was born in lissU EWers Spiccr and Cunninghams meet Â¬ Shearer of Boone Ky accompanied by on the sljnJ vAngUrt 31 181G and became a ing at BetlierVesulted in sixty additions Tliere was no fHMirauee Messrs J Madison Burgin and W H He ofClifl Curry whose house Mnson in 1S16 in Oxfoid Mis lwtetnll Protracted meeting is in progress at Biggerstaff of Cleveland Kyi spent the aiivaucii to the Cryptic Kite in New ia e Dr Dickersoa plaee was by ruoU i iv iii iooi tie also look Hip J Speeilwell Christian church by Elders J past ten days with W I Kelly and Sisler Leila Tdxuvy entailing eoatierae loss During their sojourn they attend- Â¬ ii im 185 and the Rite of Walden and Milton Elliott UtV i if the rtiueteeiith Degreein C ed the Speedwell picnic visited Estill The Calvinist Baptist church at Flat Springs and other placec of pelasure Ir Smizer wiro killed Martin King i j orris was the ackuov ledg laniaIIton last week was held in wl authority on all Masonic matters Woods on last Saturday elected Rev A tfii Albert Rike itieOrcuu Court LexiHgton by Judge and begt tosted Maron wa counideretl Anderson pastor for the ensuing year EMJLE the in the country Jaffite i 5A HM IkhhI which he gtfVet He lectured In Richmond some RCv Wi Y Sheppard late rectdf of Dirt as broken Monday on the new years agoancl conferred several degrees the Episcopal church tin place is doing ESTlLb COUNTY house site ami Cob tractor T P here His loss tb the fraternity is n good work at Harrodsburg where he is Mrs John Warner is very ill and is great tin eJ Brswotr wll puli the stone foundation located apd also at Danville He is one thought to be in a dangerous condition it an eary fiuhh 1inoville Messen Bfthehardest workers in Kentuckey with liver complaint Robert O Harris An Ovation Rev Mr Wingatc thoroughly demon- Â¬ is very ill Congressman MeOreafcy came home strated in a sermon at the Episcopal Sir Rtley of Todd oouatv h here Mr Jones Kerr and wife of Clark are a car luati ol jennets He is stop- - from Wasdiingtou on Mfyfflayto Vote ChurehSunday night that the Faith Cure visiting relatives in this neighborhood Bwitli Mr iltttn Cotiins two When the large irttmber of ople iu doctrine is contrary to the Bible He is A protracted meeting closed on Mon- Â¬ Jes north ol town Call and see the Court house yard nd streets saw a sound reasoner and forcible speaker day night which was held nine days and him In the omnibus they raised a Hem Elder J G Adams of Ruckcrvile Clark nights conducted by Elder John G tremendous yell and carried him by county and Elder lbs Danville Fair opened yesterday main strength over to the open air ville Ala will G P Spcegle of Falk Adams and Elder Redman with six addi- Â¬ begin a protracted meet tions to the church at Corinth This is scJ vi I continue four days You oatf stand lor a speech The Governor look a Union City Christian church on one of the best meetings that has been held luclimcHid this inbrniug and ed unuauallyrwell and never seemed ing taji lue groumts al jaw or leave happier He said that he hnd made a Saturday night before the 2nd Loads day at Corinth for years and a large attend- Â¬ in Aiist ance and the best of order was had Iie ea 1 3o and reach Uauvilie at 9 to- - long journey to reach the election and Doit forget the quarterly meeting at Ever body seemed to be interested in the was tired but he would speak next day uchl court day when everybody was iu the Mohodist church next Saturday and meeting both church members and those Ge town Accordingly he spoke to a large Sundiy morning and evening Rev Dr out of the church and it seems to the Gtt hi early next Tuesday morDiiig crowd yesterday and his speech was Fitch will preach the sermon at the union writer that Elder Adams tried to beat buJ go to the Itielimwid Fair and and enthusiastic one and warmly ap Â¬ services on Sabbath evening at the Meth- Â¬ himself preaching to the large audienee up all the week Large prem plauded He will be nominated at odist churclu Tlvese union services will that was assembled Elder John G Kpn iums atil plenty ol thetn Everything Danville to day for Congress his third continue until tlc closing Sabbath in this Adams will preach the funeral of Wm Webb Jr on Monday after the 4th Sun- Â¬ term A gentleman who was iu month tijein aijuudauce day in August at Corinth Washington says that the Governor Wheat Seld was the first man the President sent Mr James Thompson of Clark county The KJ iloiKe oeI Uai sold to the for afttr his return from the country Mrs Geo Boliu died in this cily on is in our vicinity buying cattle He bin xid Elevator Co 10000 lmsbels bought one pair of work cattle from J W last Friday night beat at 7l cents per bushel Court Day The Lewis Price paid 100 he also bought Mrs Samanthia Smith Craft wife of J of George Grinstcad 16 head of feeding vil c iiiued 20000 bushels but half Auctioneer Z E Bush says there Â¬ it wms withdrawn The members were few cattle ou the market yester- Â¬ A Craft Democratic candidate elec- cattle at 3 cents Hie right to withdraw day and no sales of importance were tor for the Eighth Congressional District J W Lewis is teaching the fall school made A good feeling however pre Â¬ died of thyphoid fever last Friday Fair Retire at the forks in this neighborhood and it vailed Lucy Cosby daughter oj bids fair to be a good school Tie ruitiiittii raee mirse A good number of mules present David and Bettie Cosby died of scrofuA r the firet day of the Richmond B F Cloud of Winchester KINGSTON bought of tle stomach near Red House in far lias ieen ciiaugttl to a ire nt I e- - 14 Madison county Ky on Sunday August at S0 per head 5 at r aJter trot No horse allow ed 18S8 Miss Judic King of Crab Orchard is at 120 per head 8 aged o t enieretl except lie be ued as at S186 per head Gentry Bros ones 5th visiting Miss Helen Chestnut Lex Ballard M Anderson son of James and ujj Kcjjks ijeu HHtifthe day before iugteu bought a few good mules 1C Emmcr Anderson died of flux at their Misses Mary and Pattie Francis of Bthefar hands at 105 per head home in Madison county Ky on Wed Â¬ Hyattsvitle and Mrs Ed Price of LanCerselien Once Mere R P and J W Fox told to J W nesday August 1st iSSS aged 3 years caster were with G W Ballin on last Te removal of John J Corn el i son to Weeks Lexington bay gelding S326 and 7 months Sunday H H Colyer sold to the Misses Clay IliieUdai Mt Sterling as ordered by Mrs Carrie Tribbe of Shelby county George F Fisliback died near Pine jJje e Field last Saturday will be a horse fur 140 ImaJeas sikmi as the prisoners coudi- It P am J W Fox sold to Win Grove Clark county Ky on Monday is visiting relatives in this county July 31st 1888 The funeral occurred at It i i permit Mr J B Parkes has bought of CochHe is now confined Agnew bay gelding for 200 I usliti with S B White sold to W R Brassfield the residence of W E Fuhback on the ran Bros their thresher and general out rheumatism He says Co Lexington a bay gelding 250 following day Hat wiieu he is returned to Monlgom- fit Mr A R Todd will run it for him S B White sold to Tom Mason a trycjumy he will apply to Judge John Mrs Martha Stevens wife of John Mrs R J Patton is at her fathers J black filly 114 E i ix pi r for a writ ot habeas corpus Stevens died at Boonesborotigb Madi W Gibbs for several weeks C T Fox told to W B Smith a roan son county ivy on Cojrier Journal Sunday August Mr Price Munday and his wife arc gekling for S1S0 4th ISSS aged 68 years The funeral H H Colyer sold 400 ewes at 8 per was preached by Rev Dr Henderson both very low at Mr T C Witts They Bamed Tbc store house of Pralher Wagers head and 100 wethers at S cents of the Methodist church nnd the in are not expected to live but a few days sSaiijn Camp in Estill county was Altogether the day was a good busi terment In the Winchester cemeterjv Mrs Taylor of Lexington and Mrs lamed nu last Friday Sunday Deceased was a half sister of Munday of Stanford spent last week Los on house uess day tJ roods S30fl0 insoranee S8000 the late Bishop Hubbard Kavauuugb with Mrs Nancy Tribble PERSONAL itb iuiiili and Powell Richmond She was a most excellent woman Elder Turpin a Baptist Minister held a But the books and accounts were all U Hume Park died suddenly of conjes series of meeting at Silver Creek Chapel Mrs G M Willging has returned from Itet This latter is a far more serious tion of the brain at Van Buren Arkansas during last week with several additions I loss inn the hou e and goods Mr Lebanon on thursdaj August 2nd 1S8S aged about Mr J M Fletcher of Columbus Ga praliei is a resident of Richmond A Rev Ed H Burnam has returned from 42 years Deceased was formerly book will be in the county in a few days to IJorS7j safe would have saved lhelr New Mexico keeper of the Madison Natonal Bank of I boots spend several days or a week Any one and accounts Mrs C CSHtii left last week for Richmond and at the time of his death having a nice good horse to sell can was Cashier of a bank at Van Buren He School Soperintendent Detroit Michigan notify Roy C White Kingston Ky and leaves a wife and several children The Trof J B Harris a teacher of twen Mr A DeLong of Lexington visited burial occurred on Friday The news of they will go to see the stock Mr ty years exierience is announced in friends here last week Fletcher wants to buy a car load of his death was received w ith regret by a The Cijmax as a candidate for County nice smooth good sellers and he wants Dr J M Poyntz and family have re- Â¬ large number of people at this his old em and dont you forget it periuieiitJent ol Public Schools sub- lvoinc Ira t the action o f flip Tlpmcwrnf lf tained from Bath county Mr Scott Hart met with what might Prof Harris was a candidate On the 22d of July at Madisonville Pri Prof C P Williamson and wife have have been a y ery serious accident on last Ky a6 the shadow of night enshrowded it fie unexpired term of the late gone to Lake Chautauqua Wednesday He fell from a load of hay leaed HuperinteitdkHt but declined the earh Lulie Winston Speeds beautt Â¬ against a fence the wagon running over Mr Ficm Poore of the Western con lul brief earth life was ended in favDr of the present So soon excellent In Â¬ him and bruising him very much about cumbent and now comes first into the tinent is visiting Mr F B Crooke fatigued with lifes unequal strife she gave chest and hips He is doing very fitI Mrs Jno B Parrisli visited friends in the struggle oer and slept A lovely the well under the circumstances unselfish Christian life has been perfected Newcastle and Winchester last week i Sale Mrs C E Tipton of Lexington is vis- Â¬ by death It is so very sad to the friends SPEEDWELL Mr James Howard Boees liavinc so bereaved in the home so desolate but iting Mrs James Tevisand otlter relatives determined to go West will sell pub Â¬ oh how joyful to her who has won so Mrs Hughes of Louisville is visiting lic yon the Mr Charles Kemp and wife of Lexing- Â¬ cheaply the everlasting life premises one and a half Almost her sister Mrs W D Logsden rcues frini the Courthouse on the ton are visiting at Judge J W Bournes without the cross the crown without the BEHiIl turnpike on Tuesday Sen- A very heavy rain fell on Drowning MPP Mr C LSearcy returned on yesterday battle the victory tember4tli his well improved farm of and Crooked Creeks Friday last abouj from New York Wasliingten and the sea Â¬ James M White died suddenly at his noon Crooked Creek rose out of its sow 54 cattle soaie horses and shore home in No Mans Land border of the nues 30 Poland china bogs about banks in a few minutes and did much Indian Territory on Friday July 27 1888 W tBrrtls of corn Miss Florenee Woodruff of Louisville damage a quantity of wheat wmeiay 4000 raite a lot of wood is VMfthig Miss Brny Turner on Silier of supposed heart disease In the mornThe box frame residence of Mr Chas ing of that day he rode over a short dis- Â¬ jandal his farming imidements The Creek tance to the residence of his son John and Cox stands about a mile above Little irt tale total w ill reaeh 40000 Mr George E Turner of Cincinnati complained of a oain in his side He Rock with chimney at the South end of is visiting his parents Mr and Mis S K drank a small quanity of soda dissolved in the building During the rain lightning The ilaysville Fair Turner water thinking that the pain was caused struck the house apparently from the In to days Climax are found nartio- In a few minutes he South west shivering a rafter and boxing Miss CaWe Chenauit attended Miss by indigestion f the MaysviHeFalr Ameng tho Simmss pary at Paris Iat Wednes Â¬ sprang on his horse rode rapidly home passed along the wall to the South east ltracionsttillbe Stisie S the phe Â¬ dismounted entered his house and died corner and struck a tin safe Every shelf day night nomenal trotter Richmond and Mad a county should EtUH of Covington for Â¬ almost upon the moment of entering rest was knocked off and the shelves with Mrs Judith send down a good was about 60 years old and numerous bottles and other things were gati to llio Ti merly of this county Is visiting at Col T Deceased n removed from this county only a year or precipitated to the bottom a distance of f Btll Boy Edgmark and other S Moberlcys so ago He was a son of the late Daniel about four feet and none were broken noted horses will be there Maysvllle Hop George M Adams of Frankfort White and lived two or three miles from All four of the safe legs were badly splin- Â¬ delightful place to visit and the sojourned a spell with his brother-in-laRichmond hear Goodloes old mill and on tered A considerable part of the current will take you over without delay Mr Brutus Turner last week bursted through the boxing from inside to the road leading to Union City DJ morning or afteruoon you want to outside about one foot from the flocr and led the German at CoL O H Chenault Ra killed a dog lying on the porch floor near Another EstiM Springs last Friday night KIKKSVILLE the wall Strange to say not one of the pne wHl occur to night Suicide four children playing in the porch all in Tom Ford Capt R B Terrill has returned from a committed auiokle at his Misses Ettic and Hattie Simmon of less than ten feet of the dog one in four bun ue two milco of TTin rlt visit North of some weeks The Qiptain DanvilU and Miss Nannie Turley from feet was hurt But Charley dont care ttis county on lost Sunday He never neglects to be on hand about elec Â¬ Lexington were visiting Mrs Dave for the safe or the dog So near instant M n bed but got up and went tion time death and yet not one of the family was Simmons during the fair iue etable In a few mln- even stunned Mrs Dr Henderson and daughter utes m was Misses Lizzie and Maggie Wtlmore found hanging by the neok Mise MatUc left Monday for a two weeks gave a delightful party to Since the rains cattle men are hustling their friend stay at Crab Orchard Mcs Hendersons Miss Grace Hart of Richmond The after cattle The hog men are not idle Old and m ae was a seiuier health k nofgood intfc Kirksville string band dispensed splendid Federal afmy and drawing a Rev J A Henderson preached at non His health had been bad for Mr Geo Van Swk of Toledo Ohio music and the dancing was greatly en- Viney Fork last Sunday on decision and in Richmond joyed Refreshments were served in integrity of character from the history eyears Xo reason was given by JspaBdhg the uronw of The follow- Â¬ Job He 6iid let a man be what he is He ha taken rooms at Mr4 John Marchs elegant style by lhehostess deceased and the act was unax- If ed Squire ing ladies were present Miss Ella Doty he is a Democratic or a Republican let Parke beld an inquest i en Lancaster Avenue Miss him stand firm Winsborough South Carolina If he is a Methodist CteptJAGWRItemserMMKl Messt A Strnn- - Intf at V VbUe Jake Annie Carey of Booncville Mo Miss Baptist or Presbyterian let him be it No D B Shackelford N IntHlaj sClJMAX u Miss Lizaie milk and cider character will do Una Tevk Holden Mo But let Samuels andM B Arbuckle left Mon the Wheeling W Va IulolliJ dav for ORpPolnt Contort Warfiington McClintock of Millcrsbnrg Miss Margie him not be a pharisee There are good a eer written from Turner Paris Misses Minnie Walker and bad in the churches He was born L Richmond and New York a J Hon A w Campbell The Methodist and could not be anything else and Russie Haden of Kirksvile of editor of Nash gentlemen were J B and R L Walker Per Mr Campbell has a gmd 1 Mr John A Witttenwots Jr Some could be nothing but Baptists etc or -Â¬ u 13 years ouie blue grats awiiitry and ville agedthe infcrei isofcanvassing Rich WandT Warren W and F TevisJ which is allright I am the vine ye are copying D Simmons and J Wilmorc a letter nInagMpblcway Youwfll tu mond In the branches said Christ It was a good sermon and well listened to nd well eialLe ea not particularly ad- - book He is the youngest one away from tt Ktu kysgreateet native born home but does the tlung up brown BORN appreciated But when will mankind n John c cease to try to ease their own and th BieskiHrkjge and that Senator John Bennett Mr A R C093Kraine4 To the wife of Dillord Cox at McLean consciences of the people by such so called politics but you Burnam Mr James Bennett Miss Mary holdi ifememberthat every msti has bis Burnam and Miss Mary Hume returned Illinois August 4th a boy wcignt 12 arguments Ifa man is told he cant be pounds anything Tut a Methodist and he is will on Saturday ireUtetrcxteniTeournney s- Afiettrt Lojr Tariff Repallean Boberr BJenjjf rA Bepbllcai woolen rnanufaeTurer of Mane WIites iMS llat JysESDAY AUGUST the fice wnul section df the ttfllsllill llie best that been framed to promote ttieluterests of jadimwul Fatrttwt wtyk the woolen i F roanWacliirere and of the laboring pop ssm Darnes 1hs 4dI caUh ir Walton employed in wulleu irfllhJ He 5 cents 660 psHtids at adds that a duty of 40 per cent on Impel of olothiiig isequalinamouut to imiii rvt CStiertmi uas lest ttkfa fi II He rAUnrtl Lthe labor cobt of making woolen goods kf DU JU uul manufacturers In this issue of ohangeln were to get g notice their labor for no Mug he air DU1DRrace io roaUsteriroi ai would still have the advautage of ur L F Sanders Sr maHHfaSur- - them Lr this place sold 30W cigars hi a live HE CLIMAX r at TiT 11 TWTfc embracing the PacrajiWT dtfiglited ofcre They were haeer Mi Jennie Harris of Flemingsburg Miss David Chenault Lexington Mra Laura Watts Fayette county Miss Jen nie Fox and Mkw Lucilc Chenault Mont- gomery county stojiped over here last week on their way to lite springs Â¬ ing tobelieve it why that ends the mat Â¬ ter with him He seeks no further light Heavy rains on the 4th and 5th accom Â¬ on the subject But Christ prayed that panied by wind all might be one Therefore he did not dis- Â¬ Is reported that Elder Marshal will mean when he said speaking to his It ciples I am the vine ye are the bran Â¬ preach a series of sermons at Antlocll beginning on the second Sunday In ches Bdptlst Methodist or Presbytetah thilrehes but that Fcter James John August eta were individual members of Ihe tibdy KeV N Isofts conference year bf Christ We Had sUppos ed that ihe cloicstit By foam bn the second iiuHday Sbripldre referred Id had lbrig ago ceased In AugUsU Id brought forward to sdsklri denditii Elciers Spicer and Cunningham closed nationalism their meeting It Bethel last Sunday night THIN COLUMN having made about sixty additions PERKINS TothePablicUrreting Know ye that Tyges Kentucky Tbe County Institute for white teach- Â¬ Glue bos no equal for mending any- Â¬ ers will begin Monday August 20 tb thing yon wish to mend Ask your and continue four day The Institute druggist for It or send 15 cents in for colored teachers will begin Monday stamps for a 25 cent bottle to August 27tfij and will continue fire T A Ttoe Co lays All feathers holding Certificates 38 Flemingsburg Ky granted by tbe Madison County Board Hitlet attend the Institute or certificate School Books at Whites Drug Store will be forfeited All persons expect Â¬ 2nd St near Garnett House tf ing to tench must attend tbe Institute Sanna Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ else bo certificate fcriti be Issued during tism Or nfoney refnttded Price 76c at the year to tbeni Whiles DrU8 Store Second street Amanda T MiLtiui 5- County Superintendent of Schools near ttafnelt Hoase NOTICE 1CR00KEJ IBEMEHIIUMSTTO 78 4 Novelty paper band sets Lot of beMrsWmMVSooiHnioSriiCiScmM It iV vmA when children an catting tetth campagne goods just in Torches Flags llemthaUttltroffeKratonce itcradacesnataral qolet sleep and the littleclierubawakeau bright i voy to uuc Banners lithographs c at u a Ducon- childusoften thepieosaaiallareaU pahxs soothes tit gnat E E McCanns 7- regnlUO the boirelndlJthtbcitknOTro remedy Twelve pounds granulated sugar 100 30 pounds Light C Stigtf fJWJ at E E McCaNJJs 7- George T Little the accomplished barber with a competent list of assis Â¬ tants will be on the grounds during 78 the Richmond Fair His name is Bales He never fails To run from a to izzard See the plum How it does come Right down into his gizzard or ditrrhce Ctnet causes- AArUtoitoiktt DRY GOODS The attention of the ladies is ospecially cnlled to or sprir whether arising from teething or Ttfeatr STs cectl a bottle 65 line of Dress Gooda embracing the moat fashienable Fabrics to to had in New York 40t Soother at band It Id ihd only safe medicine yet made that will remove ell infantila disorders It contains no Opiuni or Morphin bat gives the child natural 40e from pain Price 25 cents Sold by VWc jfiHft Choice Silks Henriettas Serges 7si i- Jk Next November Please this remember Another crash will follow burjimrnie Ale Now on the track Will some opponent swallow Maybe youd better forget the Richmond Fair next week Â¬ Two Pictures Mr Schlegel the photorgrapher will have in a few days on exhibition two life size pictures of his father who is now 93 years of age One is made by himself and the other by a copying house which they are tending out at ftooo to 1300 each according to the frame Parties comparing the two can see tli at they can get their work done as cheap and as good 7- at home as by sending away green coffee too Masons quart fruit jars 90 cts per dozen E E McCann 7- Seven pounds W G White Prescription Druggist De Boges Cashmeres e c lB 1 r e I eo I am prepared to deliver ice to any part of the city regularly or on short notice Will make contracts for supply- Â¬ ing families offices business houses shops and other places Orders left a Dykess grocery on Second slreeet will receive prompt attention Lace Flounces of all kinds White Goods in great quantity We have in Laces Eibbons Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Gloves awl Parasols all that can be desired J aprn tf J E Dykes Lemon Ice Lemonade Malto Gin- Â¬ ger Ale Soda Water and Ice Cream Soda 5 cents a glass 62- - at g DInellis Merchant Tailorin thoroughly trained in the bast Sw York school of art and design in gents garments exporieied in tli best houses of that city and versed in every detail of the basinem With an artistic cutter aided by on elaborate stock of 4 t 111 Â¬ Cele- Â¬ Green tea 50 cents per pound How is the corn crop asked a mer- Â¬ brated one minute coffee pots and rolled chant of a farmer Oh ruined ruined Moha coffee at E E McCanns 7- was the reply What I have you had no rain asked the merchant Ohyes con- Â¬ Barber Shop At Fair Grounds tinued the farmer big rain last night I but George T Little the well known and if it dont rain again in two weeks will be experinced barber with a competent ruined force will be on the grounds during the A women at Mobile Alabama had Richmond Fair ready and willing to lots of fun last week On Tuesday she shave shampoo or do other tonsorial threw her baby out into the back yard in work in the highest style at reasonable a hard rain Wednesday night she locked prices 78 her grandmother out in the street all Banner roasted coffee best in the world night Thursday she jumped out of the 25 cts per pound at E E McCank s 7- second story window breaking an arm and Friday set the house afire Tbe well known publishers Cincin- Â¬ If you want a nice buggy pbtcton carriage rockaway or barouche coupe go to John Donelson aprl t Music i i I d h II N Al 1 an experienced Mrs 8 F Lai teacher desires pupils in Piano Study The latest method taught Terms moderate Music room at D R Fur 7- mans after September 1 1888 W H Kelley will build you a good house cheaper than any man in town mar7 tf Special rates for Ice Cream for pic- Â¬ S Dinelli nics and other parties 52- - y e e Frert English aM American Suitings I i d d in TROUSERINGS and V3ESTIKTGS coatry K died The Pineville Messenger paused in the dizzy whirl of its existence to announce Another catfish and the largest of the clan tackeled Wilders turbin water wheel at Calloways last week and stopped the grinding of the grist It was doubtless on the hunt of its mate which trapped itself there a few weeks ago It measured 37 inches in length When fish attempt to stop the wheels of industry they should be fried of Cincin- Â¬ nati Ohio has recently issued a cam paign book entitled The National Contest It gives valuable informa- Â¬ tion ou the Tariff question Statistics etc valuable for every voter Also complete biographies of Cleveland and Thurman and Harrison aud Morton Agents are wanted to sell this book See advertisement in another col- Â¬ 78 umn A nati Publishing Company We are putting forth suits equal to tlie best made in this School Books at Whites Drug Store Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel as 2nd St near Garnett House tf fA VJV and reliable Medicines are thebest todependnpon Ackers Blood El Â¬ ixir has been prescribed for years for all hn pnritiesoftheBlood IneveryfonnotScrof ulons Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases it is invaluable For Rheumatism has no eqosL W G White Prescription Druggist 1 GENTS FUHNISHmG Neck Wear Cuffs Collars GOODS lanndried ami le Handkerchiefs Shirts je le rtmI Â¬ Walton the bold bad man of the Stan- Â¬ ford Journal is an observer of the fash Â¬ ions and comments thereon For years we have with all the ardor of a genuine admirer he beauties and advantages of the bustle and yet this young man with one fell swoop destroys the work of half a lifetime We want to have it distinctly understood that we are for the bustle and more so now than ever We saw a couple of ladies withont them the other day and the sight was far from attractive Mrs Cleveland may be able to do without them but some ladies are not built that way Razor at the Fair George T Little with a strong force of experienced barbers will have a Donelson will make you as good a shop ou the grounds at the Richmond Fair and will endeavor to do tbe very buggy or carriage as can be bought any where in America 78 apr4 tf best tonsorial work School Books at Whites Drug Store 2nd St near Garnett House tf Short Hand Mrs D Russell Forman will instruct in Phonography at her residence or in class those wishing to learn phono- graphy The demand for short hand writers is greater than the supply Lawyers find this art valuable in not- Â¬ ing accurately testimony iu court Students can take verbatim notes of lectures and thereby aid their educa- Â¬ tion materially Earnest people al Â¬ ways succeed Satisfaction guaran- Â¬ 7- teed None but the purest cream used in the famous Ice Cream Soda Water at 52- S Dinellis unlaundried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc n la WALL PAPERS in great quantity and variety elegant embossed gilt from IK if ia the cheapest to the mmt Jl The U Â¬ Line is again running its comfortable reclining chair cars on night trains between Cincinnati Indianapolis La m Is desigued for Fayette aud Chicago This line is Ayers Sarsaparilla those who need a medicine to purify also running two Pullman sleepers their blood No other preparation bo between Cincinnati and Chicago and well meets this want It increases the one between Indianapolis and Chicago appetite and rejuveuates the whole sys- Rates via this line always as low as tem Its record for forty years is one the lowest 79 of constant triumph over disease It Three pounds Churchs soda 25 cts Keys Lost Goochs Peerless 3 quart freezers f 200 A bunch of keys Finder will please White Mountain 200 at E E McCanns 7- leave nt Climax office Liberal 8- reward Â¬ I The Kankakee Line C By St L Kankakee J k 13 il Richmond Ky or apllS tf Cor Main and Second Sts at 1- - Ice Cream Soda Watetat 5 cts per 52- glass at S Dinellis S Dinelle has Introduced a new steam freezer and is prepared to fur Â¬ nish the purest aud besst Ice Cream in any quantities aud nt lowest figures 52- - Si LF m co II 3EtI03H3VtO3SrX KENTUOELT rs 11 Protect Your Eyes Dr G Goldstein the eminent opti- Â¬ cian of Louisville Ky will be at the Willis House August 16tb 17th and ISth Having had many years exper- Â¬ ience with large practice all over the State he is enabled to relieve those persons having any ailment of tbe eyes causing pain or imperfect eyesight The doctor will examine your eyes and 8- lit them with suitable glasses Among the Northern Lakes of Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa Mis- Â¬ souri and Dakota are hundreds of de- Â¬ lightful places where one can pass tbe summer months in quiet rest and en- Â¬ joyment aud return home at tbe end of tbe heated term completely rejuven- Â¬ ated Each recurring season brings to Oconomowoc Waukesha Beaver Dam Frontenac Okoboji Hotel St Louis Lake Minnetonka White Bear Excelsior Springs and innumerable other cnarmlng localities with ro- Â¬ mantic names thousands of our best people whose winter homes are on either side of Mason and Dixons line Elegance and comfort at a moderate cost can be readily obtained A list of summer homes with all necessary in- Â¬ formation pertaining thereto is being distributed by the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway aud will be sent free upon application by letter to A V General Passenger H Carpenter may 2 3m Agent Milwaukee Wis best Blood Preparation known It will poai lively care all Blood Diseases purifies the whole system and thoroughly builds up the Remember we guaraatss constitution Sold by V G White Prescription b warranted la because It is the it Druggist Don elson uses tbe best material that the market affords and tbe best work- Â¬ Druggist men He puts up none but the best Road horses trotters and runners work Buggies carriages etc made shod in any manner desired I have apr4 tf to order Call on him just received an extra lot of four year For removing daudruQ Ayers Hair old second growth timber for repairing All work guar- Â¬ Vigor lias no equal It restores faded all kinds of wagons and gray hair to its original color stim- Â¬ anteed at tbe very lowest prices Shop ulates the growth of the hair and gives back of Brookss drug store Respectfully it a beautiful glossy and silken appear- Â¬ 8febly 8 L MIDKIFF 11 ance 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure As to who butt the bull ofl the bridge we cant tell unlers it was the fellow Chicken Cholera and other diseases that wouldnt use Gautera magic among fowls I will refund the money chicken cholera cure Sold no cure In every case where the remedy fails W G White no pay by Stockton Willis Prescription Druggist 2d St near Garnett House mar2Stf triflo Tr5tu nT Throat or Lung Disease If yon have a Cough or Cold or the children are threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough use Ackers English Remedy and prevent farther trouble It is a positive cure and we guarantee it - Price 10 and 50c Sold by W G White Prescription TvOV AJVV The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricul- Â¬ tural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Richmond IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR M0R IN THIS TOWN constantly on hand a large stock of BUILDERS V id r ou as of 4 a IB ih all kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGOX MAKERS MATEÂ¬ oods m other Nnes that vie RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all Hinges Bolts fer Tobacco Special attention given to furnishing Nails handle We are the agents for the most celebrated Barns ie We Veen HARDWARE of d c t re ot P- r- - It Farming Implements and Machinery We call attention to a few that we keep and are agents for The Walter A Woods Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers The Buckeye Twine Binders Reapers and Mowen- The Celebrated Oliver Chilled Plows over 1500 of them having been soW ky us They have no equal Meikel Steel Plows and Double Showk None better James H Halls Steel Hill Side and Turning Plows The Celebrated Browns Walking and Riding Cultivators The Celebrated Big Injun Sulky Plow only hat to be seen to knew at k fc titer best in the market The Keystone Disk Harrow that is prononnced the best m use aM whs have Head The Only Reliable Corn Planter Vandiver Rotary Ask them At least 100 of them in use in the ceunty wccoog ltove The Evans Corn Drill the only one that has proved a perfect o HALI7S 100 REWARD 9100 Â¬ The readers or The Climax will be pleased to learn that there is at leas one dreaded dlaeose that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is tbe ouly positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional treatment Halls Ca-Â¬ tarrh Cnre Is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucus sur Â¬ faces of tbe system thereby destroying White Heat the foundation of the disease and giv- Â¬ July 1st has come and gone but ing the patient strength by building some of ray customers have not come up the constitution and assisting na- Â¬ Their accounts were due July 1st aud ture iu doing its work Tbe proprie- Â¬ I shall be much obliged if they come tors have so much faith in its curative in and pay up powers that they ofler one hundred dol Â¬ r 8- W B Wjxnx lars for any case it fails to cure Send Address for list of testimonials GREAT EVENT F J CHENEY A CO Toledo O 8 Bod by J J Brooks 75 Cts The Maysville Fair 3 Races Each Day 3m t Sanns Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ tism or money refunded Price 75c at Whites Drug Store Second street 5- near Garnett House Posts and Plank lo ad Forman Chenault Co have for sale a supply of cedar posts and fencing 6-plauk li and 25 1888 The Blue Ribbon Fair of Kentucky 3 Three Races Each Day 3 The only Fair TlisfGIycs 23 24 The Maysville Fair August 22 Them Â¬ Â¬ The greatest colts the world baa ever seen will meet here and only here Susie S 220 Hour 211 3 4 and Ben Hur 227 The greatest Linnie 225 Bell Rdy22S and Edgmark 233 all can trot in 220 These colts will meet no where ex- Â¬ cept at Maysvllle The purse races will fill with better horses than eyer The grounds greatly Improved making It truly the Fair of Fairs Come One Come All A cordial invitation Is ex Â¬ tended to all Ladies and Children FREE first day Half fare on all Rail- Â¬ roads Write for programme P P jKKER President J W FitzohbiR Secy 89 Â¬ Â¬ DonJt Stop To Share y oh reach the Fair grounds Until where Georjjel Little and several as Â¬ sistants will sbaVe you smoothly and carefully Hh so much esse that you will go tsieep in the chair but a nice cool sponge aud sum fine bay rum will 78 revive you They are es pecbdly lUble to sudden Colds Coughs Croup Whooping Cough We guarantee Ackers English etc Remedy a positive cure It saves Sold by hours of anxious watching W G White Prescription Druggist sold them for years The Celebrated Bell City Feed Cutter both for power and hand Nana wpnl to ANNOUNCEMENTS Also a full line of other kinds of Feed Cutters it The Celebrated Old Hickory Farm Wagon FOB ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce JOEL We have also taken the agency for the Crbker FertHtaer and Chemical CesFer T EMBRY as a candidate for Asses Â¬ tbe United States Try R on cere tobacco sor of Madison county subject to the tilizer that is pronounced the best in action ot the democratic party and wheat in fact anything that grows potatoes We are authorized to announce JgyWe keep a list of all Farming Implements that we seS and who bays them A J WILLOUGHBY as a candidate She Surprised Him for Assessor of Madison county subject and any one that wants to satisfy himself as regards satisfaction that they give can Miss Matilda Snowball who is blacker to the action of tbe Democratic par- Â¬ ask parties using them 3- than the ace of spades has been filling ty an appointment as a cook lady in FOR JAILEB the family of Colonel Yergcr We are authorized to announce A few evenings ago Matilda came JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for Into the parlor where Mrs Yerger was Jailer of Madison county Bubject to the The Housekeeper can find all she wants for Utah en or dairy 3- sitting by the fire Matilda had a very action of tbe Democratic party The Fanner can find all he wants under our reof Machinery Trace chains sly expression on her faco and some Â¬ We are anthorized to announce thing hid under her apron j JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Hames Hayforks Shovels c What have you got there asked Jailer of Madison couuty subject to the The Carpenter and Builder can find alt he wants 3- action of the Democratic party Mrs Yerger The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the only complete stock of Iron A young geraman belongin to one We are authorized to announce ob de fust families ob Austin has been SAMUEL BIGGERSTAFF a candi- Â¬ Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material In Ac town payin mn tentions an 1 lowed ter date foe Jailer of Madison county sub We of course cant enumerate all the goods we handle hut ask aM to come and gprisohim wid my picture tukenfur ject to the action of tne Democratic - see for themselves the stock of goods we keep in our 127 foot store fceKe They wfll 3party ter sprise him wid Mrs Yerger looked at the picture We are authorized to announce find and nearly fell out of her chair with THOMAS S FERRELL as a candi Â¬ GOODS date for Jailer of Madison county sub amazement W hy this cant be you Matilda It ject to the action of the Democratic 4- Is the picture of a white woman with party red hair and blue eyes W nrn authorized in nnnnnnno We also run a TIN SHOP in cofweciton with our butinass and only wwploy the Dats wharf de sprise comes in I JOHN HILL as a candidate for Jailer most competent workmen Our Mr Gentry being 1 pragtggl mechanic hiiniuM w9 Â¬ give special attention to all work done in that Kne ROOFING GUTTERING RE Â¬ paid do fotographic man two bits fur of Madison county subject to the 4-action of tbe Democratic party PAIRING C as he has done in the past Texas Siflingt dat r plctura Ourlong experience in our business enables us In be well np in M in the way of A young woman in Tipton County markets and buying our goods strictly for cash enables us to boy at the bottom price FOR COUUTY SUPERINTENDEKT Dont forget that you can always find the benefit we give to our customers Tenn displays a remarkable power B and that We are authorized to announce over horses and other animals It is HARRIS a candidate for CountyJSu- Â¬ lowest prices and the best goods at the old reliable house of asserted that she can ride and drivo at perintendent of Public Behoofs subject SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO- a moments notice horses and mules that to the action of the Democratic parjy 8- mchaMfi no one elsecaa handle CLin 3tXt the Children t 1 CATAHRH CURE We are determined to keep goods for all THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL 3agF 3P5cff PFORZHEIM Uvvt JEWELERS FACTS FOR FARMERS FULL OF FUN Professional Cards The Penn Mutual f w V 1 1 ft J - Back wheat wheat and oats rank Titer Am Trained lo tlio Work Prom Early IJiykood first among egg produoing foods Mr Moinh w U iUod States Coa It Is not the wear of summer bat ni rt Mannheim recently pakl a tin rust of winter that ruins agri Â¬ t to the city of Fforzhelm Is cultural tools and machinery P ukn with a riew to seeing how In no way can a farmer with les German jewelers exeated these of the trouble onrioh a poor field with scanty United Slates II i fouad tbc methods herbage than by feeding sheep on it of prod ncinjj very similar except that In filling your ioe houes set the the Gturma i hag the advantage of be cakes on edge Ice pat up this way provided with a very excel en t will last nearly twice as long as when technical sefcoei in which ohihlrea in- Â¬ laid Hat tended for employment in the jewel- Â¬ A carload of 722 turkeys were re- Â¬ ry shops reeeire a thorough theo Â¬ cently shipped from Iadianola Ic to retical trafotag long before they see Los Angeles CaL They were pur Â¬ the inside at a faetorr Instruction here is praetieaHj free the manu- Â¬ chased at from four to five cents a facturers paring abont eight shillings pound Sorghum seed k excelent for poul- Â¬ a year for the pupils whom they in- Â¬ tend to employ The maanfaetare of try aad as it thrives well on sandy soil it may be grown for poultry food not as pi aid ware and plate k growing Thick oopper and silver plates are a general crop but to supply a small proportion to feed as a variety prpirod with a perfectly smooth The farmer who has a lot of tur- Â¬ ilonis ilar sorface French nips carrots beets pumpkins ami np and weit tlurs are out nd ran off inlo plates potatoes stored away can greatly Wed and rolled ont to the size economise ia food as well as rival nhM of the receiving plate attached to the those who have a suppy of ensilage L ok out for lice while they are latter by means of some special secret not as hard on hogs as they are on nfcemteal preparation put in damps and then put into a very hot fire of chickens they are very unsightly and charcoal lire nnder the trained cause the poor creatures a great deal eye of the furnace watcher the metal of ilifoonifort when they have to keep remains until little exereseenees or up an incessant scratching Here k a good warm breakfast bnbUtage aloag the line of jnneture Indicato that it is done when it is for forty fowk Boil a heaping half peck of potatoes mash them add one taken oat and left to eool after which it k 4aeed between rolls of different quart each of shorts and bran a table weight When it eame out of the spoonful each of salt and pepper add fnraaee it was a thick piece of com bet water enough to mix into a stiff Maatio metal it leaves the rolls a dough thin long smoker like string of plate For wounds made on horses or fty to feventy ftve feet in length cattle by barbed wire fences there is 5W is then tempered or annealed nothing better than a composition aver ianting gas jets after which it is made of carbolic acid half an ounce mated cat into strips and sent to glycerine eight ounces and water the eUumperr where it is pressed into eight ounces A syringe is a good rations designs and then cat and thing to eject this medicine into the trimmed and after various manipula- Â¬ wound tions eomes into the salesroom ready Where land had been plastered to for the markets of the world death or hardened by the use of plas Â¬ The markets of the work are supÂ¬ ter until it would lorm a cement on plied from rorsSeiiH with Parisian the surface like a sun dried brick one jewelry It was an interesting sup Â¬ application of two hundred pounds of plement to a study in ethnology to salt per acre would mellow it up and atady the different designs intended to counteract the cement formation and meet the tavts of people at so raany let the land breathe once more different parts of the earth Here as In estimating the value of manure ia M many branches the tireless and or fertiliser always take into con- Â¬ eatarnristag Tentot has agencies sideration the cost of hauling the everywhere Mr Jdonaghaa recom Â¬ same to llu fields as well as the mends the adoption of the system in facility with which it can be applied vaae in regard to skilled workmes Very bulky material lliougb valuable and apprentices which he thinks may sometimes cost more than it k eambiae many of the advantages and worth if hauled long distances or over lery few of the losses which occur in heavy ground rll branches of the jewelry trade from The bog cholera says the Indiana the bad work of lh beginners In all Farmer was somewhat prevalent in branch- - the i killed workmen sit at 1858 The papers of the tinve men- Â¬ grooved benches with three or four tioning that fact contain the follow- Â¬ apprentices near them so that bad ing receipe Some of the Western work fc almost impossible while the farmers have found that by giving ckJU of the old workmen is traasmiUed their bogs corn mixed with tar they foam hoar to hour and from day to have cured the cholera among their day to thoe who are to come after hogs and prevented the spread of it them a ddtled workmen to sustain The miserable appearance of most the reputation that has made Pforzheim yearlings in spring due to ignorance rick and famous in two continents and of their requirements k The young calf a dram parts of the world Si has not in its first year teeth adapted Jmtnet OmzeiU to chewing dry solid food and if fed whole grain will void a larger portion SILLY SUPERSTITIONS of it than an older animal While it has succulent grass there k no trouble Mmetm Gwornriac Iters Prevailing- - Id but when confined to dry cornstalks Mmj 1arU of Ensland k fe amasiag to note the supersti and straw it is impossible for it to get Clover hay is tWas and faaeies eoneeraing bees that scftlcient nutriment have existed at different times some best and if to this be added a handful daily of corn and oatmeal mixed tlte nf which tnt hare their faithfnl ail Mereats ia rural plaee There fa Ip animal if warmly sheltered will keep Imeolnshire Esex and C irnwall h on growing ia winter nearly as well as Give it water that KngUnd a superstition that beat it does in summer dceert a hire on the occasion of A has at least had the icy chill taken death ia the familr unless informed 4 from it if you wish to see its coat con- Â¬ it by rapping on the hire The biHef tinue smooth that hires should be wrapped ia MANURING ON GRASS laaaraiag k enrrent in Lincolnshire Ia Korthamptea the entrance of a hjt Two Forinuliu Which Will Furnish All Needed 1iAHt Xood iato a eottage is derated a certain sign Ground bone k the most common of death and if a swarm of bees alight ource of pbosphoi ic acid for grass ea a dead tree or a branch of a troa there will be death within a year Ia P ash is usually obtained in ashes ami potash salts Wood ashes are a Yorkshire there k a cuotom of in vitmg bees to the funeraL These were most valuable fertilizer for grass lands doubtless originated from an observa Â¬ ami other erops if supplied in suffi- Â¬ Unreached Canada tion of the fact that bees are attracted cient quantities wood ashes contain h to 6 per cent of by the scent of fresh varnish working to 2 per cent of phosphoric on superstition minds It H said In pointi come that bees will never live ia a acid 90 to S5 per cent of lime beÂ¬ quarrelsome family What a blessing sides small q uantities of every oilier if among bee keepers such an idea essential mineral element required by would quell all ritng fvalings of dif Â¬ crop Hence wood ashes are especial- Â¬ ference in the family Somt think they ly fitted for He as a general fertiizer will thrive if stolen wltil in othen To be sure they contain no nitrogen but th sir lime favors a rapid decom- Â¬ places it U considered nnluety to pw cliase bee that the only way to get position of the vegetable matter in the them is to have them given ratch a - hI thus making some nitrogen avail- Â¬ wild swarm or to steal them Acting able The good eff et of wood ashes on this silly superstition we have i therefore greater on moist grass known goid people to go to a neigh- Â¬ lands rick in vegetable matter than bors house take a hive of bees on dry lands Dry lands arc without his knowledge and leave benefited more by putting on some in taymeat soaie a her goods potash salt such as muriate of potash thinking that ill luck would follow or kaink with some dissolved phos Â¬ them if money be paid In this phate A good rule is to apply these compounds so as to furnish four parts saperatitioa there k a shade of truth Among such people bees are got from of actual potash to one part of actual phosphoric acid for the grass crop A their nearest neighbor in summer when bees are flying frndv and car- Â¬ gid quality of unbleaehed wood ried qwetlr horn - Of course the old a be supplies potash and phosphoric Tlie bee return to thi old staid the next acid in about these proportions following formulas will furnish the de- Â¬ day aad th- - r taoved hive k unlucky sired proportions of potash and phos Â¬ beeaaiie weak in bees for some time till it can recuperate If the colour phoric acid FOBHDLA NO 1 has already s ar ned as k often the ease the reaiaiuing bees are too few OoaHMa oaMeacfced weed teeISM peaaag FlaeboaesMal 6 pounds to build it up into a good swarm that Ooatates I to 7 per east at ptafe IK to SH per eat pfcaiphortc acM caasnn The observation of results POBMOU4 no without a knowledge of thj or lnopoanas taa method of preventing k gave rise Average estloakaU aekes F1e tmae neat sespeaada to theeapentitioa in minds already Ids potash 18 to W par eeat phss ianliaad thereto Bet Keepers Maga- Â¬ paerie acid 5 lo 7 pm cent If dissolved bone is used employ zine about the same quantity as of bone meat The phosphate in the dissolved A DOUBTING THOMAS bone will be more qaickly available He Tet tVhjr Ho Tukos Xo Stock In but there wont be quite as much of it as iu pure bone The bone meal will Awi Latot 1rodueUoa I rand the other day about a man in also supply 8 to 4 iter cent or more of Oalorndn who was in a sleeping ear nitrogen The grass crop usually whea It brake away from the rest of pays for an application of nitrogen the train and ran back down one of and the addition of 100 pounds of those steep grades which they are so nitrate of soda sulphate of ammonia pioud of in that State and how be Â¬ or dried blood will add to the value fore the car jumped the track and of the above formulas or others Fish v m dow n one of the precipices they waste tankage refuse animil matter l g o nmeh about he revered his of any kind will also furnish nitrogen he id with the pillows in his berth and and some phosphate and composted s vcd Ins life Seems as if he must with ashes aad bone meal covered Is ire hid a cast iron head on him with loam lo absorb any ammonia a -- bar lened toe It k strange that will make a good dressing for grass on fonU iiU should eaud out such The usual plan k to fiirnisli much r jiris when they nizbt jag as well more phosphoric acid and less potash lri nbiiit lle sea serpent the old lady but Dr Goessmann ami others believe oik hundred nnd forty years old ami that thk is wrong and it is an opinion that we coincid in The potash sails jr fmg ohler every day and the man e ru k dead while blaspheming These are better than ashes for dry lands stun shave a good honest straigbt because they absorb a good deal of Snrw ird ring t tbem compared with motstare from the air and make the 1h 3oH more retentive Fetrm and Home jdllow tale X Jt thejd hid the man put his 1 The Value of Turpentine i b lwcvn two i Hidatoueg or two liJl soi e or c n r h s head with the housekeeper fully After Btne or fitk his head out if the he wortha of turpentine in the realizesÂ¬ house nlov tiI t it imiii along against hold she k never willing to be without tli gi ml Coloriin com ry and live gives tlKu li it u woe In t hare sounded a supply of it aaItexcelent quiek relief to barns it k application B 6 the leeping ear for corns sii p u it k good for rheumatism How inikcs most of as shy and sore throats and it is the quickest j o it iioiiutl the viori-- considerable remedy for convulsions or fits Then Si h f n- - s haie ver lixl our beads it k a sure preventive against moths n rar lew and kept then by just dropping a trine itii a la the bottom c or fo r liors and bad a ihiu ili of drawers chasts and cupboards it flu h i ont ou tbrm s that each will render the garments secure r - mMu in apple whu h has bad a injury during the summer It from will of it for the keep ants and bug from closets and Sik c rut i ff of otio b by tins troud lake much st recoonss by putting a few drops in si k in the story Then we who have the corners and upon the shelves it k mm ikc1 a sionr ltaauaer and eold-c- r- sure destructions to bedbugs aad will iiio oar berths and tried to ff dually drive them away from their u a m i lMit in the slecping cjr pillow haunts if horougily applied to the tic wont believe thestr- - at alL joimsofthe bedstead in the spring F h larrtdk in Ikieago Tribune cleaning time and injuries neither furniture nor clothing A spoonful of Kew Yoik has a Cider Club whose it added to a pail of warm water is a c mbers ate firti J twenty d dlars for excelent for cleaning paint A little rar h off use in drinktn anv thine in the suds on washing day lightens stronger than eider lemonade ears a- - laundry labon--PioFrets parflla or soda water away from borne t jr -- - I say Jim if a fellow took sul Â¬ phuric acid what would you give him Id give him up Harvard Lampoon Scriptural texts have appoared in the panels of the L cars in Slew York nmhl advertisemonts of champagne corsets and patent medicines Naturalists say that some birds Be- Â¬ are constitutionally melancholy cause they oftti only take a birds sigh view of the world probably Sift- Â¬ ing Papa what is patrimony It is what is inherited from a father my Oh and then is matrimony doar something inherited from the moth or Life If the moon was for sale on a barÂ¬ gain counter half the women in tho workl would want to buy it and tho one who did would spend the rost of her life wondering what on earth shed do witli it Philadelphia Call Art Dealer descanting on tho virt- Â¬ ues of the picture You will ob Â¬ serve sir that the drawing is free that Agriculturist Well if the drawin is free an you dont tax mo too much fer the frame bgosh Ill Epoch take it A woman who married a scalawag discovered that he had another wife and promptly got rkl of him She decared that half a loaf might be bet- ter than no bread but half a loafer was surely worse than nothing Drakes Magazine Robinson Brown says that you owe him 15 Dumley Dumloy in Â¬ I do not owe Brown a dignantly fcenf I did owe him 15 but tho debt became outlawed last week Any man who will lie like he doos ought not to Tid DUs jbe trusted All John Before wo wero She married you were always wishing you were one of the Knight of old so you might show your devotion and now lie Great heavons Maria did you ever hear of one of those old chivalry fellows jumping up from his I paper to chop wood Judge Georgie comes down to breakfast wilh a swollen visage whorenpon mamma says to the four year old Georg ilnxif rnn feel well Toll UV juu mamma what the matter is Georgia full of influenza replies No I dont Call ifeel welL Bofe of my eyos is leakin land one of my noses dontgo Har- Â¬ W V DR A WILKES SMITH thoroughly trained workmen out of the choicest and most fashionable goods Do you J want a IREADY fiSilDE SUBT made especially for our trade by the best houses in the East according to the newest designs and out of reliable and stylish material Tailor Made Suit levant most approved fashions by experienced and cut and made to order after the latest and IDO AM ELEGANT SUMMER COAT AND VEST OM A PAIR OF HANDSOME ODD PANTS made to order or ready made ZOTJ VsTJIsTT The attention of the pubtN ru rally caNed to the Imxtt Mitl m L Pkactice Limited to Dentistry IX5VRAMCKCoMrAjrr of PhlUdi The Ikxn- - Mctuai iMues all an OFFICE Smith DuildinMaiaStreet 1 eo to ed forms of Life ami Endowment I Office hours 900 to 1300 M june22 tf Surplus being available tn reductor r 400 P M the second and weceedirg pavTr C MORGAN D D S suchretHrns of irpfcw have reduce J average cost of insurance much ocLt Jffi OFFICE Main street over Mndl the figure of many iirst clai corape son National Bank Kicbmond Ky Its Non Forfeiture and ExU June 22 tf systems are the most liberal extaif f reserve being appKed at laps to ex n -M POYNTZ DR of original sum imared or to tlie SURGEON chase of Paki Up msm ance as maj c AND PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street uext to desired jutie22tf AH PoReies non forfeitable and 3 Whites Drug Store two years incontestable 1 -- J -- G W EVANS M D june22tf The Pekn is iinwpmled in Enan a GENTSmost DELIGHTFUL UNDERWEAR Do GOODS FURNISHING you want anything Do you want the from a WELL REGULATED Merchant Tailoring Clothing House Do you want something ELEGANT DUEABLE and SEASONABLE in AND SURGEON PHY8ICIAN OFFICE Hecond street DRS TAYLOR ASHE Practitioners in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second atreetover Dykes june22t Grocery Store EiIf anyhow DO YOU WANT AN EXQUISITE STRAW HAT T DO YOU WANT ANY OTHER KIND OF A HAT you do CALL AND SEE US If you do not call and see us Respectfully DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luxons Residence at Willis House June 22 tf Up Stairs security Without security there insurance Mere volume of aset g no protection The real test is applied insurance writers and the authon ns State Insurance Departments v 2 7 ratio of assets to liabilities In th r pect the Prnn stands at the head of Hst having now 134 of well secured sets for every ioo of liability prce contingent Give us a call before ing elsewhere J K FAltKNE District Agent Office First Nat Ea Jerry A Sllliian Local Agent RichmonJ K tpayyn 1 3 DR PHIL ROBERTS Offers his professional services to the public Office in drug store on lower Main july27 ly Street Richmond Ky E B WALLACE COVINGTON -- So MITCHELL East DR U C AMBROSE FORD Office hours 2 to 4 BUILDER AND THE COSHER SABDLERY KENTUCKY CENTRAL H R BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North West and Southwest ternoon KY oclock in be CONTRACTOR af- Is prepared to do an Kinds or June W 22 tf BUILDING AND SURGEON AND CONTRAt WORK T T SEXSM1TH M D WHITE HALL KY Past Line Between Lexington and Cincinnati SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 20th 18S8 your attention to their commodious and elegant house Mam and becond btreels Kichmond Ivy corner of No 2 SOUTH UOUND Ex Sun Lve Covington Ive Falmouth live Cynthlana No 4 Dally 815 pm 938 pm pm pm pm pm pm PHYSICIAN Offers AT THE MOST public No 8 ExJSuu NORTn BOUND No 3 800 am his professional services to the 7 iyr ag Heasonable Eates Will furnish drawings plan specifications at any time Office pers Bazar No 1 No 5 Worcestershire sauce sah asked the attentive p rospectivo fec oe in an insinuating tuna But Foodlc- There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance bright who had been vainly eudoavor- ing for some time to separate a mouth- - and tlie quality of the goods they ofler is in keeping with the house They have the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles made Jlal of steak from its gristly parent stem answered omphatically 2o in their shop of the best materials They have J two hand saws well sharpened Detroit Free Fress t bERNDON OES ft - DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY the public Office at Powell Aug 17 tf MC Offers liis professional services to arI 1 8jo 1003 11 am am THE TRAIN BUTCHER Every Style and Variety of Harness le Â¬ 05201 Arr lHrlswm 1140 am Arr lexlngton 1230 pm LVC 1arls 1150 am Arr Winchester-- 1235 pm 2 00 p m Arr Richmond Arr Lancaster- - 510 pm 600 pm Arr tilanfonl Richmond 205 p m Arr lierea 3 20 p m Arr Livingsto- n- 545 pm 1024 1050 1130 1055 1125 pm Arr Richmond 510 pm Lve fetnnforU 610 pm Lve Lancaster 520 pm Arr Richmond 605 pm Lve Hichmond 7 10 pm Arr Winchester 618 pm Arr Paris 840 pm Lire Islington Lve i aris Lve Cynthlnna Lve Kalmonth Arr Covington 4 200 pm Lve Livingston 3128 pm Lve Keren 30 1025 am 1145 am 7 20 am 1100 am 1 30 pm 810 am 525 am at his residence on II c 235 pm 35 pm S25 am 300 pm 7 35 am 340 pm 835 am 406 pm 96 am 4 5 Pm 1003 ara ticco pm am s 45 am 650am 650 am 740 ara Parrifhe Irvine Street ftlle22 tf lis Â¬ My friend the train boy I always i make friends with tho tiviin boy whqn 1 travel rested his basket on tlie edge of the car seat and pulling the visor of his cap down over his eyes said I never saw such a lot of chumps on a train in my life afore What seems to be the matter I asked Matter matter enough and he scowled in an Edwin Boothiau way and continued Back in the parlor car a fellow tried to pass a punched quarter on me an got mad when I would n t take it Woman in tlie same TURFMEN CAN FIND ANY THING IN TILEIR LINE- car wanted a dozen bananas for fifteen Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed cents Said she could buy em by the thousand for that where she came saddlery and harness house from Doggone her why didnt she StFIiemember the place Ilerndons Corner Main and Second buy em and bringem along wilh her Streets An old man wanted a magazine for twenty cents and said I wa a irobber when I couldnt give it to him jann iy In tlie first set up car a girl wanted mo to give lier a box of figs for a nickel an pushed her pocket book deep in the C C WALLACE Z T RICE folds of her dress when I refused like as if I was a pickpocket Then a E3F couutryman thought 1 was trying to bunco him when I asked ten cents for three oranges Florida oranges too But the worst was hero in tho M 3 smoker when a fellow from Lancaster County took my box of cigars passed em around to three friends an took SEE OTJR IMMENSE STOCK OF- one himself an handed me ten cents When I tohl him they was five centers lie frothed at the mouth an said he o never paid more than an threatened to report mo for swindling him Sayl Tni disgusted with the CONSISTING OF biz Pm going out of it I am Such people give me a pain in tho nock I dont want any more of this on my SHOES UDILT plate Id rather break stone on tho turn pike And the train boy heaved a sigh and went through tlie car with his See avanna ergaro crj Prime see gars see gars Harriaburg Telegraph 1 Details Ills Troubles to a Newspaper Man front llurrliliurc home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted Their MAYSVILLE BRANCH stock of Buggy Robes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as eleNo 11 No 9 No M No 12 Dally Daily Daily Dally gance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber SOUTH BOUND NORTH BOUND Ex Sun ExSun Ex San Ex Sun Buggy whips of whalebone riding whips of cowhide wagon whips of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in variety 6coo am Lve Mayfcvlllc 20 pra 105 pm Lve Covington- J exington Johnson- 635 am 140 pm 735 a m 4 25 pm am 520 pra Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups 830 Carlisle rarls 729 am 234 pm S57 am 547 pm 7 53 ara Mlllorsburs 258 pm Arr Mlllernburg 820 am 325 pm Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and strong Arr PnrlRCarl tide 921 am 611 pm Lexington am 610 pm 1015 am Johnson 915 rs P shop made and city made Covington Maygvllle 1050 am 740 pm 1135 am 600 pm Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse bOots No 32 leacs Covington at 830 a m ar- this train runs through to Richmond Ky rives Falmouth 1030 a tn Sunday others are daily except Sunday toe weights girts brushes curry combs snunges c onljr Direct connection is mode at Winchester A lull line of collars hames trace chains back bands hatce strings ar- with Chesapeake aud Ohio for ML bterllng 31 leaves Falmouth at 430 p m plow lines blind bridles and other tilings for farmers and wagoners No rives AEhlnyd Huntiustou Charleston W Va Coington 630 p m Sunday aud Eastern Cities -Â¬ Â¬ u5 yoo 350 430 525 650 pm pm pm pm pm Heath HEATH J F Corxblison C0RNELIS0N Practicing Physicians KENTUCKY RICHMOND Largest and most complete stxoffer their professional services In the Central Kentucky Our motto 4jnly public Goods and Lowest Consistent Price P CARROLL - GEASS AND FIELD - SEEDS jan 11 Ccj DRi GILES HARRIS WACO KY ly 77 and 79 W Mair s- Lexington-- K Offers his professional services to the jau4tf public DR S M LETCHER only W C GORMLEY CO JR Lexington 715 p m ar rives Paris 755 p in No 8 leaves Covington 520 p in arrives Falmouth 720 p m No 7 leases Falmouth 550 a m arrives Covington 750 a in Daily Except Sunday Note No 3 Daily between Richmond Lexington and Covington No 4 Daily between Covington Lex ngton and Winchester On Saturdays No 15 leaves FAST LINE Nos 3 and 4 run via Win clieterSolld Trains with Pullman Sleeping Cars netweeu Cincinnati and Richmond Va MD H aud Winchester and Washington D C Throngli Tickets and Baggage Checked to PHYSICIAN and SURGEON any destination readied by a railroad For full particulars address or call on any RICHMOND KY agent of the Company or OFFICE Second street uext door to S F B MORSE E 11 BACON Whites Drug Store Trav Passr Agt Oen Passr Agt Lexington Ky Covington Ky Special attention given to Microscop- Â¬ II E HUNTINGTON FBCARR Agt examinations of Richmond Ky ical aud Chemical GcnI Manager tissues and fluids of the human body General OQlces Covington Ky 22junetf PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office ou First Street janly W BRIGHT Tho BTJYEBa GUIDi 1 issued March and Scri i each year It is an csj Jclopedia of useful uif r mation for all who r chose the luxuries cr ti 3 nanauttlM ot life can clothe you and furauih yen - wh amec- -- j oil the necessary ana cr appliances to ride walk cane eat fish hunt work go to chir zz or stay at home and in vanoTia o c styles and quantities Juit figtir what is required to do all he so tL z z COMFORTABLY and you ear mat s U estimate of the value of ths ELi i--71 QTJXDE which will be se rns receipt of 10 cents to CO MONTGOMERY WARD 111 114 Michigan Avenuo Cc cog i mch2i6m i --- rr S2MXSM5illTrara5Jrtl USE CWtES WitESE qUEEET AND CRESCENT ROUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO DR C S HOLTON Homeopathic BestCOBhSyrap Tasls food mime sotamamsaMU All FAILS Cso Physician friMjjMiKaa and Surgeon Richmond Kentucky O dice Main Street o er D M B rights Office hours 830 to 1100 AM 200 to M iliitITiiS tlfifiiSsSS I believe Pisoa Curo for Consumption saved my life A H Doweix Editor Enquirer iJen- ton N C April 23 15S7 400 P pring5 G oo Goods New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the Special attention giten to disca es of women and all difficult chronic cases Patients treated at a distance and Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad- Â¬ dress mavi6 iy Piiiual Pom ts Soii Eas ana Soii lBS t DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 51 51 Surgery IDS ISiBIIB CHIMBS RED HOUSE KY THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC C0AST- the important Cities of theSontli without change Wehaye on hand the most complete line of Footwear Furnishing and Hats THE HUMAN HEART Curious Calculations Made by Medical Authority a Famous In the human subject cae Of an abnormal sign to find in some par- Â¬ ticular individuals the habitual fre- Â¬ quency of the hearts action from sixty to sixty five or from seventy five to eighty per minute As a rule the hearts action k slower aud moro powerful in fully developed and mus- Â¬ cular organizaioo and more rapid an 1 feebler in those of slighter form In animals tlie range k from twenty-lto forty five in the cold blooded ive and fifty upward iu the warm blooded animals except in tho case of tlie liorse which has a very slow heart Â¬ beat only forty strokes a minute Tho pulsations of men and all animals differ with the sea level also The work of a healthy human heart has beon shown to equal the feat of rais- Â¬ ing five tons four hundredweight 1 foot per hour or 125 tons in twenty fonr hours The excess of this work under alcohol in varying quantilios is often very great A curious oalcula lion has been made by Dr Richardson giving the work of the heart in mile- Â¬ rapidity of the cordiac pulsation of an adult male is about seventy beats por minute These beats are more fre- Â¬ quent as a rule in young childron and in women and there are variations within certain limits In particular per-Â¬ sons owing to peculiarities of organi- Â¬ zation It would not necessarily be the average We have taken in Central Kentucky special pains in selecting this stock to get the most Stylish Durable and Comfortable Shoes in the market Bear in mind that we handle the best brands such as J N Cloys Zeigler Bros N Hess Bro and other excellent brands that are first clas and warranted Anything we have in winter goods will be sold at greatly reduced prices RSCE CALLAGE saclisi iy Sjfi RICHMOND KY Special attention given to abstracting RUNNING THROUGH CARS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IN titles to IntuH in Eastern Kentucky JUIIIU OfUce in Cijmax building S E UlliJ T inn TWENTY EIGHT HOUIW have a choice of of Sleeping Car on Corner Cnninl Iffntinn Travelers AND CRESCENT two kindsMannH ElegantBou stairs Main and Second Streets tfup June 22 QUEEN ROUTE OillJtlill 1 01 13 doir Buffet Carand Pullmans Finest Palace Buffet Sleeper State Room Pattern Moriiiiig and NteM Trains anlSrn3BIIia PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law The best Couch Medi cine is Pisos CTRS FOB Consumption Ch Idren take it without objection By all druggists 5c Mgg afaMrtgHgiJHST bBTTLO niKJtt AU Hit Ana Best Coach Sjrap Tates rood 038 In time Hotdbydrgqjfta I g JgjB I 8 5 H HUSH Eg a rsiggpsa liil ruar 6ni It erefore saved transfer across the City nnd are assured a jouruey attended with sped1 m fort and convenience Nearly All tlie Leading Railroads andr1Scent and Central Union Depot in Cincinnati passengers holding tickets via this line am of lhf ra Attorney at Xaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE with C F A R Bur nam on First Street June 22 tt E T BURNAM LOW TOURIST RATES Rood lor 90 days with top ove prr Leqcs can be obtained from St Paul to Grsat Fails M tana tbe coming aannfactUTicg cectre r For 34750 a first class round trip f trt Travel via Queen and Crescent aStfiSfSuS Lne General Offices St Paul Bulldlntr West Tonrth St Cincinnati rthin JOHN 3 GAULT U COLIBRAN General Manager General Passenger Aent R CARROLL R X RYAN 1 27 General Superintendent Assistant General Passenger Agent J A Higgrins HEW GROCERY OH UPPER Attorney at Miller J A SULLIVAN Xaaw oct6 RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE ou First street same as tormerly occupied by County Judge andretumKS from pc dnctions Sffi ViiiAxT st and south Bates correspondingly as w trill be named to point in Minnesota ailtv kota or upon PiieS Sound aad th Fscic Coast For farther particulars address H E Tnpper Distriet Passeneer Agint 233 Pcnth Clark Street CUeafto 1H- - or V H Vtisxa northwest n Saint Paul S a snui riiUru li to lie a Afg ITOB la 8imirrc J Onyr s U fi Senerol Passenger Ageat St Paiil Minn ly fiH STREET Attorney at CS T J SCOTT Xsaro IS FA ill m u till 51 5 2 rjfT--a- r D P ARMER THE MAIN STREET age I v -- hj Presuming that the blood was thrown out of the heart at oach pulsation in jthe proportion of sixty nine strokes per minute and at the assumed foreo of 9 feet the mileage of the blood through the body might be taken at 307 yards per minute 7 miles per hour 168 miles per day GL820 miies per year or 5160880 miles in a lifetime ot eighty four years The number or beats of the heart in the same long life would reach the grand total of 28W776000 Medical World Following Instructions Now James said the grocer to the new boy our stock is first class in every respect there are no flies on it aud never will be and you mustnt hesitate to crack it up to customers Then James profoundly impressed went lo wait on an old lady who presently went ont without buying in- Â¬ What did sho want James quired the grocer She asked me if wo had any fly paper I could recommend an I said yes that there was no flies on our fly paper an never would be Y Bur if B4 i JEWELER Is the place to go if you want anything in qualities Special attention is called to tho following celebrated brands of Roasted Coffee Pure Rio Combination of Rio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocha Pure Private Plantation Java Pure Arabian Mocha and Genuine Male Berry Java These goods are all kept in air light tin cans New aud fresh goods throughout embracing the beat brands and RICHMOND KY Office on Second Street June 22 tf SilL rairu Li lllriUHH MVITMH ui a 7 It 2 SI 4i s i tt M 17 H 39 39 31 ai 1 S1III li 1 31 -- t A W vs itm S -- i Attorney atKYXzaw RICHMOND Office on Second POWELL Street Xir HJ3at34 n is - rj Itll II t a h KilSSSIS S7tl23U I sf 7 S 10I1KU U 1SJ7 14 It a s I 31 Jill I ii3 9 ljr3 juue 22 tf ldllT tglM3Si9 tl- S SM2er i1 8 1 71 S I 19 I STAPLE FANCY GROCERIES OICS Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Fine Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas Gold Headed Onnos 8 303SjOOOS Canned Queensware Glassware Woodenwrc Peas Beans Peaches Etc Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs auglO 1 y Goods such as Corn Tomatoes AES counties tuiu In the Conrt of Apienl t Office In Master Commissioners office over Circuit Clerks office Attorney at Lara Will practice Madison and adjoining In A J REED f iij zj 1 a t g itiu n BBMMfcf B-JI- M 11117 -X I 9 15 jr 1 uhiinii8t pito--l-5j- -3 Beiii4T MaS BSSrS9 Sis iit lllKllH iniir x3i 1 1 17 755 nsitrt i 1B1Es iit is s 14i33S 37 13 a us 7s HIS 1 juue 22 tf Fine Razors Fine Pocket Knives CINCINNATI JQLY4SLtii Attorney at Xaaw RICHMOND KY Office corner Main and First streets up stairs over Ramseys 1- WS MOBERLEY Domestic Sewing Machines AND ALL KINDS OF tBtsand tkHHi ait tlier vfind Honorable rap that will nnttatn Ilicui in their homes and families Tbe profits - -made and are now mkJng several Uvv doilaraa moath Ills amy ttt iuiv rrc taakefiand upwantspar day who is Ins 10 work Bllhar sexyoK or U tal not needed we start yoe Epri cs sew No speuial aealHy nquired reader can do It as well as any ore w e s-- Rewarded are those wliore 1 1 GALT -- - HOUSE LOUISVILLE KY OF tousatoneefor rail particolare whUl Jo l r Address Stteaoa do1- JS ilalae mull free - SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES iiaui BRIUG in YOUR BUILDERS AND Olj Gold and SILVER and get new goods for it or the ME JOBILEMrating Mum fta Settfammt of the Northwestern Territory The Largest and Fiuesfc Hotel in the city CONTRACTORS The undersigned would reipectfu nounceto those cootemptajmg buuv that tfesy are prepared to contract lor - UjNtiSURPASSBD DISPLAY Rates25o to Hotel- 4 Per Day g s ay23 3m L-- - According to rooms WU J- - o - st o EXCURSION RATES FROM ALL POINTS aJilil- - Turkish and Russian Baths in ocl261y DcscKirrioN BuiWJiNss of Satisfactkm gnarantwxt Estimates made free of charge P furnished on application oa ihort nctve COLE LONG CootravtorsjJid BuiUe s i itf Etry ar