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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ja gyi- - zjtz r - M BSSH I 1 1 tefrl -- fS n AND WOOL stFs f The Art Amateur THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFOUM crccrctrycrc crugg Si ruTiii ij ST 3 SS333 NUMBEE r 9 i volume MUR or RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 15 1888 LOCAL UITIOX IX GLADB PRBC1XCT The Demoernllc party of tho United States OtMffW -ra -pHHH writHiftwHi w in National Convention RSeiiililel renews hiving characterizes theso tnodcrn days Â¬ tlie pledge of lbs fidelity lo Democratic fallli Alugli piweeuve iami Tlie result is A fearful increase of Brain and reaffirms the platform adopted by Its nnd Heart Diseases General De- Â¬ Up id ai k jhh wbnt de- representatives In tlie Rniivetitiou of lbSI bility Insomnia Inralysls and In- Â¬ n - niirralie narty has for Â¬ and indorse tlie views expressed by Presilie sanity Chloral and Morphia augment message to ii Hie ime dent Cleveland In tils last earnest tho evil The medicine best adapted Congress as tliecnrrecl interpretation or that to do permanent good Is Ayers Sar platform on the question of tarifl reduction saparilla It parities enriches and aue J fnMH C4railu Â¬ Â¬ and also indorses tlie efforts of our Democratto utter exclamations of surprise and pleasure Every line we carry i complete and prices NEVER WERE SO LOW FOR vitalizes the blood and thus strengthens advance i s do Demoeratfe In Congress to secure a ic representatives every function and faculty of the body ir CASH AS THEY NOW ARE We have undoubtedly the prettiest line of Satteens ever brought to this city and every gtyfe ot excessive taxation Chief among a lB reduction ii ll Our Eastern importations ot and price from the cheapest American to the finest French Satteens can be found in this Stock 05 have used Ayers Sarsaparilln in its principles of party faith are the mainte Â¬ my t marM- family- for years X have found it s j T itsee nance of an Indissoluble union of free and i to the nature invaluable as ntdlstructible States nun about lo enter j taiiff measure e Tlie leBHcras are upon its second century of unexampled im aprogress and renown deoton to a plan ot i iuf Ulii reutrciHttt for Nervous Debility caused by an in- Â¬ t overlinient strictly specif iiis every grant Â¬ are marvels of Beauty and Style that can not be excelled BEST BRANDS of CALICOES such as Manchester Merrintac The Mills 1MH U WK a active liver and a low stato ot the blood Â¬ ed iower and expressly reserving to tlie We hae just receneu a lull and complete vochega Hamilton lacihc rtc All hve cents per yard and new spring styles The Popular Line between any niwitw tin Henry Bacon Xenia Ohio j rtly people the entire ungranted residue States or stock of fe it re For some time I have been troubled power the encouragement of a zealous of is Â¬ with heart disease popular vigilance directed to alt who Inive I never found any Â¬ LAFAYETTE and iictJ tlie algidities of tbe thing to help mo until I began using been chosen for brief terms to enact and n and reciilleB swine of its ai Ajcrs Sarsaparilta I have only bsed are chnrged with pre Â¬ execute tlie laws and I it protective beeau e n this medicine sir months but it has re- Â¬ serving peace insuring wiualtly nnd Tlu Entlrt Tralni BCI TBEOCSH mUuit Clause and we earnestly ask every lady to etamtne this stock before buying elsewhere as you will certain y save money by so ihiisss ll lieved mo from my trouble and enabled tariH is in4eetive Justice Pullman- Sleeping Cars and Elegant Re We lead the market in ti mg me to resume work P Carzanett party welcomes nil exact- Â¬ dining- Chair Cars on Night Trains Tlie Democratic J iies at an abewe altitutie Perry III Mag niflcont Parlor Cars on Day Trains ing scrutiny of the administration ot the rnJuce the rate m dutiable Oil I havo been a practicing physician executive power which four yeurs ago wrr for ovor half a century and during that committed to its trust In the election of j a i Us and it does enlarge lire time I havo never fouud so powerful Urover Cleveland Piesident of the United SSTWe CAN SAVE YOU FROM TWENTY FI VE CENTS TO ONE DOLLAR on every pair of Mens LaoW and and reliable an alterative and blood States and it challenges tlie mo t searching Childrens Shoes you buy from us ee marl4e beinj pro- Tiiitio TIs the C L St L A C TUIlwij- - Big- - Four purifier as Ayers Sarsaparilla inquiry concerning its fidelity and devotion Dr i rl- J- in tlu- IMMtltlfUl f4 Â¬ and Tudills Line J J M Maxstart Louisville Ky to tlie pledges which then Invited the suf Pullman BnSet Sleeping Cars Pullman Reclining er marble J iiniieorauy frages of the iieople tjl Â¬ Chair Can Men- First Class Coaches Second During a most critical period of our finan Class Coaches and BaggaTe Cars all run throurh al bill it whs om the free Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store without change between Cincinnati and St Louis Jun22tf cial affslrs resulting from oer taxatlon s me members from various W rnEPABED BY of our currency the anomalous condition Elegant Reclining Chair Cara sfiiC I niHi oojeetwi aim asand a public debt unmatured It lias by Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass CHAS S J OWBtU J SI EED SMITH the adoption of a wise and cnnservatUe J iiji u e itiarwe in iiuimpraPrice I six bottles J5 Worth 5 a bottle great luniMiwg litem lire liibitiutiiMs in our reply to these men coneflowers and a fish plate a pulpit course not only averted a d isostcr lint s TIA Till ly promoted the C I St L the people C and I B A W Short Line - - Uifiiglit it JHst as well to said if the Government engaced In hanging for Triuily a page of mono Â¬ It Iirs reversed theprosperity ot and unwise 43 improvident Commodious Rocilnlng Chair Caf a tbe total the iniquitous business of allowing a grams in S er Jllt tppc1My policy of the Kepnbllcan party touching the a flncHiiiiy of Laurel BtTWIIN 5 5 - r i tlie Hem was only SW- - eiassormati to manufacture poisou by by Victor Daugon a variety of speci IHiblle domain and lias reclaimed from cor- Peoria Ills and Seohk l- oporatious and syiullcaUs alien and domestic the wholesale annually poison to ally good designs for carved hanging Via SHELDON and restored lo the people nearly looooonoo u v tne to tire lax on wool death a hundred thousand of its own shelves and a number of Oriental acres of land to be sacredly held as homo P I St L ft f snd T P k XT B Rdi stiljects foment discord in society and decorative designs including a full steads for our citizens White carefully e sx in sugar Xt Chicago St Louis sad Peoria close and im Â¬ mediate connections are made nlth alt Lines to s Mvar i or revenue The s ow sorrow and wretchedness in fami- Â¬ page illustration of a vestibule in fur guarding the interest and the principles of and from the Xorthwut West and Sonthwest for equity It has We represent ten of the strong Â¬ jy f in die TrniHHy Bureau lies that is no reason why ou as in Â¬ kish stjles Articles of special prac- Â¬ justice andand bounties to mid out more nnd Ttrcn b Tickiti inl Eifpst tbwti t ill Frisdpsl feint the soldiers Iienslons s i that Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St L e prmiMe in Ibix dividuals should engage in the terrible tical value are those on Landscape and sailors of the Hepublic than ever paid est FlRK ISSUKASCK CoMPASIKS ill i C Ry also tli this llne st all Coupon Ticket AT McKEES OLD STAND we iukiuiiy These men soon retired Paintings iu Oils tlie world We repre Mt the j hi tenth of the Offices throughout the country Science of Laud before during an equal period It lias adopt- Â¬ 5 constantly lairsued a firm aud pru from the public content and gave them scpe Sky aud Water Company that has the largest Flower ed aud JOHN ECANGenirinandTUAsent foreign j olicy wilh all nations while CIHCtmrATIQ selves to a etitl hunt x mi dniesie omeHHiptHin e Painting in Water Colors Dog dent capital in tlie world the Company scrupulouIy maintaining all the rights nud Mr C Is a man of fair unlive capac Â¬ Painting iirers tire tax oh im- uj profus ly illustrated ami iuterestRuf our own Jovtrumeutaud people that has the largest paid up capital ity and is oaintble of making for him- Â¬ Wood Carving uif imuiie treasory There is a sugges Â¬ at home ami abroad in tlie world the Company that THE j fi iUies 011 srwgar awiwHicii self a belter recoid He frankly says tive talk on the Revival of Mural Tlie exclusion from our shores of Chinese has tlie largest assets in the world laborers has been secured under i iieTotecttoHainiMint- - I am in this business for the dolltr I Painting and My Note Bouk has tlie provisions of aelleclunllytlie operation of tlie only Company m the worhl tieuty make Air other men and their Imys Its usual complement of spicy para- Â¬ which lias been postoiied by an action of a ittiih S2jOWO that pays its losses without die To get a First Class WaUls n i a tax yielding revenue what I wont u e myself or allow my graphs 5 cents Montague Republican majority In the Senate Price hi in out Cooperative Clubs count ami does not make yo b -In everj branch of the department of tlie boys to use r iroiectuHi Marks Publisher 28 Union Square agree in its policy to wait sixty Government under Democratic control the Election day came The friends of New York -uool It is a raw nia i wt days after a tire to get your money rights and the welfare of all the people have were on hand a tent ia to cheap jrroductiou of temperaiHe guarded and defended every public interest All Companies charge the same at Tin The Workingraan And The Tariff spread for provisions cofleeaiid lemon- Â¬ has been protected and tlie equality of all tauiiil blankets carinas z4r rate then LOWEST CASH PRiGIS msLLz r ei tie from wool amouots ade by the barrel full Before this tent What the working men of this coun- Â¬ ourcilixens before the law without regard was erected a srtaelous harbor with try want is plenty of work at higher to race or color has been steadfastly main MO tained Nearly a hundred prices Neither can be obtained un Â¬ Upon its record thus exhibited and upon I 3 wool AmerieaH raaH comfortable seals j Insure your house ami contents women mothers and daughters were less we can manufacture cheaply fin a jdedge of a continuance to the people of the Ti u jinxhiee at lower riees Thousands of the best 3SOO and sleep soundly it will lie tee t a greater extent our there to do their part The voting wider markets You can nut manu- Â¬ benefits of it Democracy invokes a renewal j Sold Watcli ever made arc soil- Â¬ of popular trust by the re election ofaChlet late after you are burned out ing in our Co operative Clubs s Diais withmit redueing wac- - went quietly on More thau one man facture cheap unless tlie raw material Magistrate who has been faithful able and GEHTS GOODS TRUNKS VALISES Our Companies have over J- This is the Blt Cheapen Host Cnnrrntrnt said we never saw anything like this is cheap anil we must undersell our prudent To Invoke in addition to that and only co operative System of celling watches 000000 capital ami over a ie uried tLat wlriie Jtee wool at an election day wiiy its like a big competitors iu order to get markets trust by the transfer also to the Democracy The watches are American Lever Stem Winders contalnlnc every essential to accuracy and durameeting 000000 assets viz The women heard not an all over the world Americans de ire of the entire legislative power la n r venue ouly SJWOOO bility and have in addition numerous patented Tlie Republican party coutrollug the Which cost to produce from improvements found in no other watch They ore J Liverpool London n revenue on woolen oath few men did If there was a to have no Chinese wall thrown around Senate aud resisting iu both Houses of Con- Â¬ absolutely the only Itu t and Vampproef Slore Assets 4vBfS3 Ghbe The country can not get lich gress a reformation ot unjust and unequal it lie aiie or 12000000 drunken man there he was hid some- Â¬ them mentt made in the World and aro jeweled Commercial Union The throughout with aEXVINE ItVBIIX Before noon the by its people exchanging products tax laws which have outlasted the necessi i r igar duties Irave been re where in the bushes seyfc-vix- Guartfem and TO PER GALLOH simplest Stem Wind and Set U the strongest ap-Â¬ latent More than a major- Â¬ with each other That is robbing ties of war and are now undermining the Zr ii made They are fully equal for to 62 iter ceNt ami tlie issue was settled Home abundance of a long peace deny to the pearance accuracy durability and merviee u Lancashire mi thus kves a revenue of ity of the votes of the precinct were Peter to jmy Paul We must exchange Iieople equality before tlie law and tlie to any 75 Watch Our co operative Club System Queen 5 it mgar to 12U6902 on polled a gainst the sale of liquors Tlie at a profit witli other nations and fairness and justice which are their right The manufacturers of same di brings them within the reach of every one Ilarrfonl frTSMtts three distillers from the adjoining pre- Â¬ thereby their wealth will How to us Then the cry of American labor for a better rect that they be flowed on be the German 3Sji73 THt Hlr--r9S RKfV7 ni CITi ClCl for a time We can not sell to other nations un Â¬ share hi the rewards of industry is stilled i tliat as between Mtgar and cinct were on the ground riSi-t5 Fireman Ftstttl with false pretenses enterprise is fettering cause tliey nave no body and tfeffftr- - ewM a uui but saw tjje tide of fixed purpose and less we buy of them Protection such and bound down to home markets capital National i h imrs are about evan U2G Chestnut St Sv7 hence they will not cover and P O Itos 92S Pliila Pa i nt tilt to tire OHtHniwr are calm sobriety was seen by these distillers as we have now dees nut benefit the is discouraged with doubt and unequal and flGEhTS 1 Total Vf ffiSEUf 1121514 - i t fr It benefits the capital Â¬ unjust laws can neither be properly amended therefore will require about twice jtcijJ Areccj tlrey and they quietly left One of their workiiigmuu ni free wool VMfll tQ - fnMii eiiief helpers tarried for a time Ashe ists who by means of protection has nor repealed IOliaauy Jronuxufi aprtS 9m the amount of paint to cover the free Hiar Tlie Democratic party will contlune with rfoia iiow auu oavc iucat t iivaiie elieaf ototbes it ased along between the pollitig place a monopoly of the manufacture of all tlie power couflded to it the struggle lo same amount of surface that any air- havc Agencies in every large City and as he saw the men someailicle He grows rich but his reform these laws In accordance with the u for 4toMy it ami the harbor WANT ACCNT5 CVCrtY WHERE workiugmeii do not He employs pledges of the lust platfotiu Indorsed at the Pure Linseed Oil and Lead well mch ij 6ro i iri nulls and wider markets around the polls sober quite orderly - Mil ITCHlUClf solid for temperance and the mothers them at the lowest ivs dblc price Imllot box by th suHnige of tlie people rubbed out properly applied will of all the Industrious freemen of our land tax fe mainly a lax on the other side spreading a generous He by means of threats kills compe Â¬ the immense majority lncludiug every tiller cover TBEfif out coffee and lemonade tition in this country and high pro Â¬ of tlie soil feam no advantage from exces Hie uool taxis a tax for table dealing l and a baud ot young men and young tection prevents competition from sive laws but the price of nearly everything in order to reduce the tax they buy isincreased by the favoritism of an In delightful harmony abroad In order to raise the wages unequal sj stem of tax legislation ii beddiRC oh earpetn on ladirs singing Yield not to temta of workiugmeii there must be plenty All uiinecesHary taxation is unjust taxa Â¬ it was neeePry to jmk Hold the fiKt Â¬ tloii the liquor mau said to a comrade of competition and our manufacturers tion it is repugnant to the creed of DemoÂ¬ rree lirL Well that was the must be able to sell m all corners ot cracy that by such taxation the cost of the this beats hell I RAHmfS ESsassa sK ives iw elreajver ctotliins V3Jk- A necessaries of life should be unjnslirlahly J tut soirplrex at lower nriees intention Hell leads its victims down the globe The policy of the new tarifl ineieased lo alt our people Judged by Deni down to shame wretchedness ami is to build up our manufacturers uol ncratic principles the interests of the people anes of life wfilrcut aifect--r- whil t these temperance men to destroy them to remove ail imped- Â¬ are betrayed w lieu by unnecessary taxation SEWiHQ f t i oulil have preventer fiw awl women hope In lead their sous and iments and give them every facility to trusts and combinations are permitted to unduly enriching the daughters upward upward to lives of grow Hon Roger Q Mills in Bed- Â¬ exist which whilerob t len t any further reriue few that combine the body of citizens temperance sobriety and happiness to fords Magazine by depriving them of the benefits of natural taxei MACHINE competition Every Democrat true to gov- Â¬ Ft w rieant a retlootien of rev holiness and to God To do this we ernmental action is violated when through must work If society shall be saved WITH The American Magazine flcM ixtfcut only el five or six unnecessary taxation a vast sum of money from the ravages of oovetousuesa and i sue abounds with far iM jond the economical administration The Midsummer men and women must be willing interesting and timely literature Dr is drawn from the people and the channels WATCHHAKEBJEWELER ffec niear nieaut a twwifiee of reve to make sacrifice ot lalior in the diffu W F Hutchinson presents the fourth nf trade and accumulated as a demoralizing I1 stent of OeilT 8ilf sion of truth and righteous sentiment of his finely Illustrated article In the surplus in tlie National treasury The money F iU ni nm lf it iMMsiialx to roItlP -- DBALKK IJf- now lying idle in the John looking through the veil saw a series Along the Caribbean Another resulting from superfluous Federal treasury Are guaranteed to be made of olier ariKtes free fugar taxationamouiita They over- Â¬ paper is entiiled tiakp further reduetiou iinpoMi- - company of conqnerers Where Burgoyne to more tlion 13oooooo and the surplus Pure Linseed Oil White Lead Watehee Clocks Jewelry Silver ami came by the 1hkm1 of the Lamb suller Surrendered by C H Crandall collected is reaching tlie sum ot more than Zinc and other purest and best 60000000 annually Plated ware etc Special powers of their testi Frederick G SWils ITi a Pfr Schwitka the noted Debauched by this Immense temptation ittu faiTAr frAi imavrar nml Ing love ami the u iMiiMmi materials They contain no water attention given to mony for the truth aud against the Arctic Explorer i tells about Tlie the remedy of the Republican party Is to kj bt ciufce that will prevent No a John G Fke American Arctic Savage and Trebor meet and exhaust by extravagant sppropii benzine barytus or other cheap lie- - wroHg fMirumof thetarlft on tlie ii sold with tho Ibe BLDRBDGE Bkrba Ky Aug 7 88 iCJ r hre Old has an illustrated paper on Six ationsaud expenses whether constitutional materials will cover 300 square or not the accumulation of extravagant guarantee of being the BEST Joel Ben- Â¬ taxation The Democratic policy is to en Â¬ feet two coals manufactured and Story Tellers for ChilJreu if Pfc t tAT nifana Mumanio na frfA 0000000 CAPITAL lhat cants MADE and force frugality In public expenses by abol- Â¬ ton has a poem on Midsummer tin- J that tliey postpone may2 tf only by Geo M Willging AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES F Goodrich describes The ishing unnecessary taxation Our establish- Â¬ put up Sarah iy aiy further reduction of ing domestic industries and enterprises Richmond Ky Price Wholesale The United Jellico Coal and Iron Country in Midsummer Mary Agues w should not and need not be endangered formed a consolidation Tinckers novel Tue Dtmicrats is by the reduction correction of Two Coronets redttcw tlie tax on Company the burden of or Eetail o tlie four mining companies in the continued Additional poems are An taxation On the contrary a fair and care- Â¬ rtudieniillions they reduce the stock of Indian Love Song by E-- M Allen ful revision of the tax laws with due allow- Â¬ LEADS THE YTOKLD ELDREDGE MANUFACTURING CO ij and wiMdeira twelve mll- - Tollieo district with a canital Promptly done and in a workmanlike --AT THE tlie 6000000 after llvexlays deliberation SS00 In Gold for General Superiority afCin- Frederick III of Germany by Edna ance for the difference betweenmust wages ot manner promote American and foreign labor SELVlDEItE ILLS ciucati industrial i jcjxainon alter House between the proprie Deau Proctor and August by Zitella ITLfT tjnt L Wn ll I a lurloin omilll - at the Gall end encourage every branch of such Indus for all ordinary shades or colors I tun trial ami Juxpeu tea ij of tlie different minea and the re- Â¬ Cocke Anna Vernon Doreey writes tries aud enterprise by giving them assur Â¬ TIi y takeoff here a little and tors Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver presentatives of several Eastern capi on A Summer Episode in Washing- Â¬ ance of an extended market aud steady nud Will make any shade or color to re a tiie and tints eriualize the capital stock oi the com Â¬ ton Dr A S Isaacs has a sketch en Â¬ continuous operations In the interest ot order talists The JfM Manlini OF in 8 Dont forget tlie plaee- - next deer pany has been placed at 56000000 of titled She Would Write for the Maga- Â¬ American labor which should our no event yreuethe tax oh sugar to be neglected tlie revision of tax laws to the Poet olliee Riebmond Ky will be in bonds all zines aud Mary W Kramer fur- contemplated by the Democratic party ues they abolish the tax on which 8000000 GEO WILLGING jan-i-l- f r Engravers are at nishes a story on Father-Iu-Lashould promote the advantage of such labor 3paie it is a raw material es- - of which are placed CHICKEN which will soon be J The Deparlmeuts under Hie general by cheapening the cost of the necessaries of work on the bouds Hie cheap production of the Decorator in Paint and Paper life in the home of every working man and are filled at the same time securing to him steady nnd issued and floated on the New York caption of Our Cabinet efJire -members 0f the with useful nud Interesting matter remnneratlv e employment Main St Richmond Ky Stock JSxohuuge The n We have made plain the Upon the question of tariff reform so close- Â¬ Peerless Traction and Portable tf new company expect to obtain par The Editors Study Is devoted to quesmar7 2 tf the Democrats There is ON ly concerning every phase of our national and Crcamerj Domestic Engines prices for the stock All of the proprie- Â¬ tions of the day S cthtial in the ease life and on every question involved in tlie Free tors of the old mining companies have Steam Gang PIotts Tho Engines problem of good government the Democrat- Â¬ wit place by the sble or free Geiscr Thrcslicr and Cleaner iu the coucern It is said Harpers Magazine ic party submit its principles aud profes Frio wool secures cliean and taken stock Tatent Variable Fricstock issued to these persons For August appears to have been ar- Â¬ stoufc to the Intelligent suffrage of the Ameri Â¬ tion Feed Fat Dogs A full and complete stock of t winter rlotliidfr to the people that the Set- - wonts ami each to very ranged with an eye to tho fuel ihat in can people S75000 Saw Quide xnn The Hon t hern jieople will range fromamounts The Eastern HV STAPLE AND FANCY gSTS Irnal 1 j - nl ni B 3ra itlilf Ht 1 t The electbtn is over For the free sale For July contains a pleaving colored f Intoxicating Hqurs 8l ats were study of Ferns a very fine one of Poppies iu Wacknnd white a poroast apahM Mich bahj 486 During ten or twelve years previous the pro trait study by Ellen Wclby a striking decorative figure Hebe numerous hlWtlmiorthosaleof Hquors had pre It signs for wood curving chluu paint Â¬ vailed A few men petitioned the ing and embroidery and a page of County Juile to order another election mnmgrams in B Tlie Summer was ordered The fiiends of tem It student of art will Mud especially valu perance and gitud order determined to able the articles on Tlie Science of ItoW the fort go before the people Landscape Rooks Ground and Trees with fuels and arguments Certain Landscape Painting in Water Colors s4lllers Hiring ovMde tte pnemet and Sketching from Nature Other aniiouij d their puriHe to come Into topics practically I rented are portrait the precinct and meet the advocates IM ainc chini painting wood carving of temperance at every point They decoration of table linen summer emcame wlli a long list of Feripture broidery and lectern hangings Home texts itrepareil as we are informed by decoration receives as utual special atthe National Liquor DeaKrs Associa Â¬ tention aud for oouuoi8eui8 there is tion Thete men whilst they w ere dis besides the always- vivacious Note tillers were not accurate Bb1ieits ami Book a very interesting talk with soon found they were using a mash Curaud Ituel on the diilereut periods of that did not yield paying ruiit They Corot Millet and Rousseau together next tried the plea of personal liberty With some account of the Biivarien This was soon eceu to be a plea only artist Gaugengigl and a notice of the for self destruction and social trexpaw Yandell Summer Exhibition Price They then took shelter under Govern 35 cents Montague Marks PublHier ment sanction saying the Govern- 28 Union Square N Y ment not only allows our business but The Art Amateur for August conalso receives from ua a large revenue tains a very timely and attractive col- Â¬ for what we ninimfucture we ought to ored plale of Golden Rod and Cardinal be allowed to sell that on which we Flowers There are also china paint Â¬ pay revenue Jjome of us who are pro ing designs for a plate roses a vase Â¬ Hi ih - Pressure The Novelties and New Goods in everv department cause all who visit the BUSY BEE CASH STORE 12 sess Odus - A Cure Cincinnati Indianapolis estab-ll-lil- CHIOAG O SOIjIDTRAINS nitnq MEFS Carpets BOYS YOUTHS and CHE BEEFS CLOTHING Cloths Rugs Lace Curtains Curtain Poles Trunks Yalises c s a Cincinnati and St Louis Ayers Sarsaparilla RAMSEY i OLDHAM I I j- od Cincinnati and Peoria HI tb u- Â¬ wHY BUY CHEAP SMITH hiiipoi WW I S3 h POWELL -- ill re 1 JB ly Tlie Clotliieri First and Main Streets Fire Insurance t t 1 id 3d P- i - JT3 ye 1 tgr Â¬ Patent Mushy MADS OF r ir op 1 4 PAINTS APSI eesf WAY f3 Cor Richmond Ky Benzine Bflsm 1 Â¬ ie mm iM ILJJuaJ JL JHJJM Lai Bar tus Qnlv SI J 0 a Week HATS CAPS OTHERFURNISlli Â¬ Jliik lle tee be nil lia Why not Insure in the Best lag tag Cheap Stuff 40C tie er lt0 all iifl Umbrellas Walking Canes at 9 30 zwiit 6jr for nf rJk f d A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats KEYSTONE c Handkerchiefs Hosiery uk jLys S4tt3 7afls5 at n- - B VmesI ii i tlH I- WC X90 - fi- - 1 Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men A variety of Gloves it It a ly 3r it d li- ur Â¬ i mi--er- WILLGISGS pure mized paints IN OVEBr- 100 Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suitsr and all other kinds of suits Underwear in profusion Prices to meet the demands of the times pristr ADRUFF fe WATCst ITS 1- - all ad ou T 1 l bt DIM SI Â¬ AND COLORS Msg era Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Shingles Laths M x EES D EL W B WHITE 4 V t ea aa Ml Mouldings Jie all ire lot ip- er- - r- iTf Hough and Dressed Lnmber MYERS 2 Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky SETTING DIAHOHDS r rao- - lO Ices AGENTS WANTED lrR 125 Per Gallon PEERLESS FOUND tj AJ RHPAIRIItfG aad vi Feb-22-6- Casli Grocery House re-r-- Â¬ II AHTEE5 Cholera Cure D Â¬ DYKES GLPG Remedy ASK FOR THE I Fine Carriam North Second Street Â¬ much larger srroton clothing oearly all tlie capitalist will however absorb most IjTliIrrila In II o rll and bonds Besides the of the Vtr 3 ear fr the want of nroner mines slock Main Jellico Mountain of the Slid Immiica 1111 ll MiuIutiCo the East Tennessee Coal fce ond overcoats are half cotton the Procter Mining Mining Co -uriiiiicraia suggesi as a Co Jellico Coal and Coke and the ff lie poor everywhere ut Co the United Jellico Tel aud Iron y firthoae livinir In nnlii nil has purchased over 1000000 e rre wnol and dieannr nlothlnir Company aoresof land in Bell Harlan Knox i mind that free j uaar meant Whitley counties and a large tract nlfrrfs- revenue teSl of pro- - andTennessee Louisville will be the in free wool mpaiit a mrreHder central headquarters of the new com f rtvrnue and Jl or S5 of prniec- - pany wllh stibbeailquariers In Phila ijt m re than thin it means delphia ami New York It is thought TririiiR that Uio now aompauy will prove a ri JjOilpratR rotaiii tlocuTir to iiauolaleucoass it yields makes no - n Jun 10n of ax cJhIIIhe l0 Henry M VImentr of Mlllersburg oubftUwi In plale etc smtiketl oJgareltes at the rate of over Lc ww lmmlred per day and of oourw his itli he war tariff miml gave way and he Is now hi an a noted a gas has been found In Mer asylum for the insane Yet a yhjelohui of the cltyouceoverwhelmed nx miles from Harrndsburg stare mi innocent ami TrluiaTerhune a lawyer anil with his naughty HiiBUspeoilHR young man wlio had lie lutkv man J lwek u Tm u a joinlMfi who Village ventured l remark In hU presence that the efararettw was not dangerous J llm turnpike rad from umnkintr that iUey do hurt people appears i S in PerryvHI near the It brains Oourier Joiinial e between of wlid have the OMtntles J Mercer He liad a well fir water Miss Lizzie Gill a city shoo teacher and at a dujrfu of only tj struck a strong stream of in Islington died leaving n estate r -- nl - lI - fJ Â¬ Â¬ te 11 litis mouth more people are at leisure than hi any other month of the year The Number therefore is full of good reading commonly called fiction Iu as in Mr Howells Annie Kilburn a mirror the devote of private theatri Â¬ cals may behold his or her motives clparly revealed The affectation of In tellectual interests and culture so com Â¬ mon amoug people who have neither intellect nor culture is depicted with fidelity A high point of interest is reached in the instalment of William Then Blacks In Far Loohaber there Is Pride and Pride a love atnry of August temperature by Mrs Jane G Autin which will serve to while Rut what away the odd moments will attract most attention Is the second and final part of H Rider Haggards It is splendidly Maiwas Revenge illustrated and turns out well What more could one ask of a story - YIBWIXU THE PR03IISED LAND- - GROCERIES Latest fraproved nnd cheapest Saw market Send for catalogue to tho WATSSSBflM JUTI 1 Squatters on tlm Gronntl Awaiting tho Opening of an Indian Reservation on tha CO jjjcjS GEISER jrAKUFACTmiXO rSilllLEl CO i gas - worth fl5O0Q ilied in Gen Eudes n Communist Paris last Sunday and WVdueeday fifty limisaiid persons lined flie streets ilong wiileli his body was borne to the fifteen thousand while eeaieiery niarcheil alter tne liearse cryiQK v ive and Vive la Involu- Â¬ la Commune Tlie French Kepublic exixts tion aud some above a powder raagaziu day It will go oQ Gbeat Falls Mont News of tho opening of the Black Feet Reservation is awaited impatiently here and throughout Northern Montana A KENTUCKY lore number of persons have gone to the reservation to locate ranches mines and town sites The desirable alleys CARRIAGE aro mlrly covered wilh tents tho great JOHN DONELSON oat nifii apparently being to the Big PnopniETOR apr4 tf Sandy the famous hay grounds Soldiers as well as oivllinns arc on the grounds and wiion news comes that the bill Is signed lliete is likely to be a Contractor and rush Bulihoek Valley boyond Foit Aseiniboiue is all sttiked off and the Is prepared with an experienced set of tents of tlie squatter may be seen al hands to do all kinds of ahouse building and repairing Gjjjjiim call along tlie valley of the Mill River mar7 tf There is a Mlver lode in the Bear Paw Mountains that was located several yeai a ago It Is understood that several Un DIX Soeiaareimri and always eliccroit Ck I m xaxy fe r wotnra peo Amerlean parties are on liandvatching to locate OuArAiitMd sor erior to aU cthcr rnw mmfaes orcash ntarkitO St by mall SU rrtlo this mine as well as to prospect for manic Dr DixS7TrfHMatSi Boston H others TStcsgo Tribune booiidhicloth Ed The President has now signed UfBOfHPIWaRDBECHER auuiMidtofin Mrth bit the Bill Ihrowlug open for settlement nTinv nnnn fn the Indian Reservation ii- Montana Qiauon ui iirouiyn na- JfJmaytf apl3 6ia Ti Vo irant agents and Invite correspondence apr2 dollars worth of chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ era It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positively Â¬ 6m Thousands of W0RKS Â¬ Builder ours 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 STOCKTON WILLIS Â¬ and plenty of every thing in my line This house is Summer Tours Lev Tour Trips pts WeeS Ectweea CiairTOi-lilnTii-- Confectioneries Canned Goods Green and Dried Fruit GUTHERSON LEXINGTON KY LEY STOCKTON sepSS WILLIS Agents For Madison Ceanty ly Where Are You Going WbeadoyoastartT WberetroaT Mow bust is yoar party T What aiaoaBt ot freight baijaaehave jouT W hat roate do tou prefer Upoa receipt of an answer to tbe sUoto qaoc ttoas 70a will lie lonusbed tree ot expease with tbe A0K1IMA6 Rates i House ilaxlno Every IVcelt Oajr Bstvreen OK- Stricfly Business lowest no Palace Stcamebs aug 24 ly exist la thousand of Hi Wonders are wrpasacU by the forms but marvels of invention Those wlio DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND HsmsTlUa StIcias CbebcTzas hAipeam Huron OMwea Sand Bw fort Si DETROIT AND ZWv nretn need ot prontnule worlr that can be done while living al homo should nt once send their address to Hullett C- o- Port Â¬ land Maine nnd receive tree full Informa- Â¬ tion how either sex of all nee can earn from ft to 95 per day and upwards wherever titer live ion are guinea ree LaDttal not required Bora tia r RlngtedByattblswortt novaj ly luiiile over HO luTa Ail succeed Spsial Sunday Trifs ttnzla- - Jni7 ami Ancctss OUR tULUSTRATEQ PAMPHLETS Batte ana Bxurlon Ticketst wm be foralaliea by rout Sietes cr n or address E B WHITCOM8 Gun Pais Aoan CLEVELAND Strictly CASH Basis The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOUSE jan llf will save treat le time and mooey AflaatawH caH la persoa wbera necBtaary Parties bo ready to aaawc r above qaeutlona ahonW eat aad preserre Mils notice lot rotor rwfenstca K may beeoae teetaL Address C 1L Wabbw General Fazeaer Ageat St PaaL J0B i II AH iTO MSru I a Bu J r ot PATENTS Palenta Caveats and Trade Marks procured BJeett d ApiHeaiions Re viveil and Iroecuteil All business before tha U S Palent Office prompt Â¬ ly atteaded la for moderate fee- - and no charge made Hnlew Patent is securt d BenU tor Iavtmtoca GulJe FlMHICJilN H HOUOH Waablngtott P C My 9if DetfcitGlSTalartd Stem Raigatlan DETROIT pr--6i- f MICH jfiSC y assssssassSssI ssasmsaSBnT ssbssbsHSb wrvr jirT - t V-s- - - msnmm STjtffi s gffgggggi - Jg 73Pr T3yR9F x- i THE CLIMAX I DEMOCRATIC CLUBS l BLISHEB EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Climax Pewtihg I RENCH TIPTON Wm Co ti WHITE f- -- Editors TKICE PBR YEAR AUGUST 15 150 18S8 WEDNESDAY Democratic Ticket POK PHHStDKKT GBOVBR CLEVELAND Oi XBW YKJC FMC VICE lHBSIDBNT Headquarters Kentucky league of Demoeratc Clubs Room 35 third floor Courier Journal Building Louis- Â¬ ville Aug 3rd The Secretary of every Democratic club In Kentucky net already reported iu detail to the Chairman of the iState Central Com mKtee is hereby urgently requested to furnish these headquarters as early aa possible the folloniug information First Same of Club Second Full list of Members Third Names or oflliers with post ofJke address of each Fourth lime and place of regular meetings Please iudioate also ttie Wishes of the club as to becoming a member of the State League By order of the Executive Commit tee Ed PoirrfiE Thomson Corresponding Secretary A HOME EXAMPLE bits were remarkably scarce they uf ered greatly from hunger Nineteen out of one camp of twenty three In Â¬ dians died of starvation at a point about four dnys travel north of Chli pewa The HuiIboii Bay Company sent out provisions to them and some of them survived About fifty Indians starved to death iu the district Hov Buckner and Gen H B Lyon are In the city the former at the Alex- Â¬ anders and the latter at the Louisville Hotel They errtltf In consider some uroposed changes in the plans nud specifications of the new peniteutiary at Eddyville They were in consulta- Â¬ tion nearly all the latter part or the evening with McDonald Bros the fcupervisiu architects of the building and will be Iu consultation to day Gen Lyon is Superintendent of the establishment As the work which lias been progressing right aloug is being completed numerous changes that can be made with great saving to the State and yet without affecting the usefulness of the penitentiary are discovered - All the improving and money saving chaliges that are possi- Â¬ ble says Goy Buckner will be done He says the building will be completed in about a year Louisville Time Fifty Thousand Bell Boy The famous stallion Bell Boy was sold at public auction at Lexington last week Ah 50000 tho highest price ever paid for a horse in the United States He will draw like Baruums Circus at the Maysvllle Fair where he trots iu the S year old stake on the 24th Dont fail to see him 0 THE TOBACCO CHOP4 not conceive n herein your Interests little wohld be Injured by holding Â¬ r lohger We have therefore conclud Â¬ ed in view of the present great depresNo 121 sent- sion iulhb trade not to offer for sale prtpeldOD receipt of SO during llit remainder of this month AKERICAN MPG CO Sd t WaiMagton At any tobacco of any grade or type except fifiiaslpfels where our orders to do so are peremp- Â¬ 8 i7 Â¬ tory Iu the meantime We are perfectly willing to make liberal advance HOT CAMPAIGN to any one holding unsold tobacco with us The trade-- by its foresight has already discounted an immense crop of tobacco and anticipated its safe housing in the full and be present values seem to be based upon this cal- Â¬ culation aggravated by the general tendency to magnify depressing condi- Â¬ THE ONLY RELIABLE CAMPAIGN BOOK PUBLISHED hence wo think it well to tions With the most Authentic and complc await the communication of events biographies of Itespectfully rjsLft ilffiSlSAM MEAT CUTTErt Caegultod ai pro fSSoaeer the berf fer niKi Ssostta HISei MeV Scrapple CrcartUS Ilamborr Steak c Ac MXTtnM PUBLOLE CEmiL-B-iiifBBi- nt THE NEXT SESSION WILL OPEN E V R T DAY A BARGAIN DAY AT Wednesday Sept 12 88 Land StookCrop andFarm- - The Preparatory Department is Faculty A under the supervision of the and no pains will be spared lo make this GloVek DiJkKETT Dont fill the syttem with quinine to prevent or cure Fever and Ague Ayers Ague Cure is the specific for this disease and leaves no poisons to produce dizziness deafness headache or othpr disorders ALLAN G TQURMAN OF OHIO had a 400000 Kaltn lire lant Thursday with 200000 pound OtmUattoogK Mr C Alexander of this city who is a banker and farmer of a big scale soW 55 fat cattle this week to Moses for i CererfraH from New York have been in Uieir seats jmt six days each in the last six months Gov McCreary ha6 had to take the place of the former as UetiM Perry Belmont ami Ira Daven port and a Democrat and Kepub Â¬ ibrd Journal a chairman of the committee on foreign affairs but it matters not to the public at large if the latters place k wot filled at all Stan lad r We have again made very exhaus NEWS PARAGRAPHS MoutinatHHt of Gen IJovey for Gov- Â¬ tive and careful research for the purLocal Produce Markets ernor I am to le congratulated on pose ofarriviiig at ti correct conclusion nv detail iu the convention and The gross earnings of the New York as to the extent or the growing crop CORRECTED WEEKLY BY COVINGTON Central railroad and BRO ARNOLD GROCERS MAIN wt condoled with for Gen July are S2b5018054 leased lines fur or tobrteeo as compared with the acre STREET RICHMOND KY as against S2779 age of the two preceding Hover nomination has changed jears We Richmond Ky Aug 15 18SS lae KefNtblican campaign in In 1629 in 1SS7 an increase of S709i25 have also made close inveetigation IJcef Cattle Butcher- diaa from an aggressive one to Martin Dries a guard at the V01k- - as to the condition of the growing Hogs 45C tliat of a defensive which with bouee in Joutsville shot and almost crop in tlie various localities Sugar Cured Hams Our dan lias bt en to inquire by cir Â¬ Bacon Hams Country the local option plank will certain Â¬ instantly killed a ricouer named ly defeat liovey as well as Harri- - Arehie lteo while he was attempting cular of the thousands of tolwceo grow Â¬ Cured ers concerning tlie acreage planted by Butter to cepe attd Morton 1 50 1 752 them iu each of tlie years 1886 18S7 Chickens IOC For suitefaetwy reasons the date or and 1S88 We do not make our report Eggs A LAHMt VIEW Wheat 85c the reunion f the Orphan Brigade -- 1 2SS3 25 upon the general views of par Â¬ Flour based Ihm btfen per 35 The I abor Signal of Indianapo as at first changed Irom September 30 ties as to the comparative extent of Corn per barrel Hay 100 Ss 4O05OC lis hays --The chairmen of the September announced to Wednesday the reflective crops but huve takeu Oats in theaf per 100 lbs 2S 4o5o the evidence of tlie tcbacco growers Lard moteetionist State committee ol iiii 34C A record of the defalcations of the as to their individual planting The Tallow Indiana Wisconsin Michigan and Bees wax Illinois held a secret session at last ten y ears compiled by the New replies are from 906 farmers aud we Feathers 2035 conceive the Grand Pacific Hotel Chicago 1 ork Herald shows 465 cases involv Â¬ so large that the average based upou Meal 75Ssc a representation can not ma OaN per bushel or last Monday afternoon To say ing the aggiegate of terially vary from a true condition of Orchard Grass 25 that they are badly rattled is to iietnly 54OOyW0 2 German Millet the entire situation 252 50 Timothy Seed state the case mildly Nine tenths Judge Bujb appointed to audit the The replies received by us 3 25 3 this year Cloer Seed 5 00 of the labor vote of all those notorious I O Ua which caused so embrace a report ot Oats in sheaf-of Stales having declared against the much comment at the time of the Tate year as well as thatthe acreageand last Choice blue grass seed of 18S6 57S grandson of the grandfather places seusaliou has turned into the Slate present crop In this connection the Red top seed 75t5 it Is Sweet Potatoes 1 them all in an exceedingly doubt Treasury 1083867 25 only projier to state that tlte replies Irish Potatoes OO I Ail position received by us this year on the acreage The autobiogrhy of Gen Sheridan of last year as compared with the it is expected Will be published by the A HIGH OLD TIME acreage of 18S6 bear ns out in our re last or this mouth Hw last hours Mam were devoted to it he having read the iwrtor last reason wherein tlie total acreage or that year was estimated not -- Ml the blood curdling episodes proof of certain chapters two days beto exceed one third or the precediug in the lives of our rash American fore Ins dath crop The correctness or our lust crop THE NEXT SESSION OF MADISON FE- Â¬ people do not occur in the South MALE INSTITUTE WILL OPEN ON halheBartlelt colored of Uueusboro report is further substantiated bv the At Shenadoah Iowa Saturday fact that Louisville which is Hip Monday 10 night Frank Gallup began beat Â¬ dosed the festivities of the United largest tobacco market in tlie world ing his aged fat Iter and on being Brothers of Friendship hut Ktuurduy lesson to this date 21296 hhds of the Our Primary Department will be in remonstrated with by neighbors evening by shooting and killing Jell crop or lbS7 agaiust 03SS0 charge or Miss Nellie Gaugh our Ciaybrook while firing at Lige Jew- Â¬ hhds of Department under Miss KyleMusic tired at them killing F J Price and 18S6 to tlie corresponding ell She to in jail date last Miss Howell will have care or our Art The citizens advanced noon the year and it will be conceded by all Department The highly satIractory houHj in which Gallup had taken Iwh maiden ladies Misses Maria those wlw are intelligently advised on work or tiicse ladies In their several refuge and from which lie emerg- and Viretttt Keevt schools luring the years past is tiie wlw live alone the tobacco situation that best guarantee they could give our ed with two pistols again firing near Daviaville V Va hearing burg- Â¬ f the uuuiarkettd crop of the amount patrons or 1887 is cer- Â¬ future good work upon the crowd instantly killing lars iu their liouse ieHed file upon tainly much less than one third or the Besides these we have a full corps of Bird O Rice mortally wounding HH UI Lining iue uuingui anu mor Â¬ quantity or the 1856 ciop which was capable teachers in our Classical De- Â¬ David Campltell and putting a tally wounding auother in the country at a corresponding partment which will we think enable us to do as good work as any Female bullet through the leg of T U College iu the State Hudson Arnold of Nkihol asvilie period last year Winfrey Gallup then began Ky stMrt ami ine present condition or the crop All who have children to educate killed the porter of a will do well to see us before making requires a description by sections preparations for escaping wlien sleeping car near Harpers Station arrangements elsewhere Moon Fletcher shot and killed Wyoming Territory The eaily setting in the hurley dis Â¬ We thank the citizens of Richmond Ar- Â¬ recently trict embraces about one half the Bur and vicinity for their liberal patruuage him His body was tlen dragged nold when arreasted was louud to be ley crop through the streets by the infuri insane He was lodged iu jail at Wy aud this may be described as iu the past and solicit a continuance or irregular In stand but in the main for- Â¬ the same ated citizens who forced Gallups mtiiig C P Williamson l ward and doing well The other half wife to put a rope about his neck Principals B C Haoekman or the Burley crop was put on the hill Miss Daisy Judd of Nashville Â¬ for that purpose for merly of Evansville shot and killed at au unusually late date after the herself at New Middeieu Ten Mon Â¬ 2SnlfJuiic and our personal exten- Â¬ MAXWELL FINALLY 1IUVH day night She was to have been mar Â¬ sive observation together with numer- Â¬ ried to an Evansville gtutleuiau in u ous reliable report jusliry us in say Â¬ On last Fridav morning at lew weeks Hr family decline to ing that the ehiel characteristics or S oclock Hugh M Brooks dkeuee the probable cause of her sui this part or the crop has been its un Â¬ precedented slow growth Fair weath- Â¬ ekie alias Walter Horace Lenox-Maxwe- ll er conditions such as nmy reasonably was hanged in the jail yard Thomas murdered Leioy be auticiiAled would house hair the at St Louis for the murder of C jmith in Waltz who last Lexington ucntvott Arther Preller in tlte Southern been arrested at San Carlos April lias Burley crop in good shape The re- Â¬ Commercial College Oecuplem 3 Large JIallm and 7 JZoetu Aiimnia mainder or tlie crop must be favored Hotel in April 1S85 and Is now iu jail at Lexington Waltz with au unusually propitious autumn The case was a most peculiar Had enlisted iu the army but was sur Â¬ one and is familiarly known as rendered to Sherirt James C Rogers to secure an average j ield or to escape the trunk murder Brooks and hu trucked him to the camp wtiere he frost aud barn freezing That part of the dark producing territory lying LOCTIOK OF DlPAKTMKirTO OV Preller were Koglishmeuaud form was on duty east of tlie line of tlie Nashville road elecrmp7 HotlneM Shortfcaad Wrltlmc ed their acquaintance in Liverpool World A double tragedy occurred iu Web aiAl some of the counties adjoiuiug Cheapest Best Business College in theover coming to America together on all Gold Medal Illehest ster county Win Cahlu ell being chot on the West embrace in their ciops Jtook KtfpinaHonor and Erpcttlon for System ol other Colleges at World one of tlte Cunard Steamers and a ltrge percentage in late planting Nearlr 1000 Students Oaieral Buxineu Euurafon In attendance the past year They were assigned room 144 in and instantly killed by a man namtd and consequently 10003 from 30 State and Foreign Countries small 13 Teachers employed GrarftHites In Southern Hotel St Louis ami 2icbolK and Jorbert Dye by Sam tobacco The remainder of backward ttS Bpslncus Jlurtneu consists of Book keepint Course tlie dark BuMnefis Arithmetic Penmanship Commercial spent several days in the city Xuuu a former representative from prnduelug territory with its large Lavr Merchandising Banklnfr Joint Stock ManPreller was a drummer and Crittenden uouuty iu the Legislature planting with the exception of local ufacturing Lectures Iluslness Practice Mercantile Correspondence Ac nSCost of Full Bnslnesit Tuition Board Conrse Bfooks alias Lenox Maxwell pre The affair grew olt or au old fued be Â¬ drawbacks may be said to have a crop in a nice Including about 90 stationery and hnnH family BSuort tween Nunn aud the Dyes are Typr wrltlns and Tetecraphyrooms Special Â¬ 1 to be tende a physician In good OtHidition for the time of year ties t have special teachers aud and can he taken alone or with the Business Course On a Sunday iu April Preller A special from Gadsden Ala says a We have now given impartially WhpMlal Department for Ladies Lady disappeared ami Brooks departed few days ago three small children of both as to area aud condition the re Â¬ Principal EmployedKYtsabeautlfuland health LEXINHTON the next day leaving two large Marion Long of DeKulb wont out sult ol a very extensive investigation ful city of aojOOO Inhabitants and Is accessible by leadinir railroads Enter now Graduates IB No trunks in the room A week la- - uuutiug berries Not returning as or the crop situation The year 1887 Guaranteed Vacation For Circulars address Success TiILUTJK Ii SMITH Frei Lexlnjton Ky an awful stench arose in the soon as they were expected sturuli has become historical In the trade as 0 17 the trunks were opened was instituted for them nud they were marking a period or murvelous advance aid a corpse was found in one of found iu the woods two dead and the in the values of tobacco The year them It was so swolen ami other in a dying oouditinu with rattle 18S8 is becoming famous fonts many Mai kened that it could not be suakes Hies disMppointmeuts to tlie holders or the ecd The course or prices with the ri ognised Wether it was Prel OF The Democratic 0011 vent ion of h r or Brooks or some one else Eighth CougressiiHial district met the exception or a taw temporary ndvancea at could not be ascertained A cross Danville yesterday and uuauimously has been gradually and constantly was found cut on the breast of the re uomiuated ex Guv McCreary for downward since the first of January r orpe and on the inside of the Congress This is a deserved compli and the values or Hie past week have trunk lid was this inscription ment to u geullemau who has faith- Â¬ minted in tlie same direction The I WILL SELL OS Si perrish all traitors to the fully served his party aud his State iu prices obtainable fur the greut bulk of or darR olmcoo 011 the mar- Â¬ great cause each of the high positions he has held the stock 15 ket aie such as would rail far short Altera time evidence indicated Courier Journal 8h of covering tlie expense of production At oclock P M on the premises in that the corpse was that of Prel Richmond Kentucky unless er To follow Brooks was no The Democrats of Barren county are and marketing Tlie few specialties privately before that time my disponed or organizing dubs in every precinct and of dark tub coo which are now com Â¬ trouble He had bought a tick- Â¬ et to Nan Francisco and made him promise a majority of 1600 for Gen manding reasonably remunerative fig- Â¬ Frank Wolford In November Many ures are limited In supply aud must selt conspicuous all along the line Republicans bridge over many month benjre the A San Franeieco he sailed or lor Wolford in the district will vote new crop can come while others who will not in competition I hate a Auslrailht where he wa6 arrested vote for him will refrain from the sup- Â¬ with them The trade for redrled length oriqirside track running the entire ve Yard with a capacity upon arrival He traveled for a port f Frank Finley the gentleman Green River or Pryor fillers has not cars THE COAL YARD is inortwel perfect lime under tlie guise of a priest wlw now represents tlie Eleventh dis Â¬ fully opened and It would hi our esti r order the drives all macadamized and everything shape for handling any nud then as a French officer He trict mation be uuadvbtHble to crowd them quantity ofincoal at the least expense was returned to St Louis and on the present market There is also on the premisses one of tlie The first there recognized He then ac Louisville bale of cutieu shipped to The manufacturers of this country this season was from Har Largest Best Built Ware- Â¬ knowledged that Imj killed Preller rod JidiBAon Co of Amerlcus Ga have been harassed during the entire 1 iit said it was an accident that houses in the State Stmlloross year by the pgltutlou of the tobacco le administered chloroform for tlie ami couttigued ti McFernm 460 pnunds tax problem and the policy of the Suited for handling any kind of grain or Ci The Imle welgued jusrpose of performing a surgical and was graded as strict middling jobbers on manufactured tobacco mu t produce Platform Scales and the latest operation and Preller died under Wslefday tlte bale wss wdd Ml the hv been to reduce stocks hi autlol unproved tobacco screw This houee is - influence and that he ran Bwird at Tra ie at 14 eiitn to the Louis Â¬ patloti of goKls iromied by especially well localcj and arranged for handling any quantity awiv through IrishL The Unfor Â¬ ville Cotton Mill Company being the the probability f the removal of 1I10 large convenient and of tobacco A well arranged tunate circumstance was that first bale of cotton bought by thig tax It would seem that circumstances Lumber Yard Brooks carried away 1000 be cowpiny The new mllU wilt be have com Wind to depress tlie value f Burley tobat eo notwithstanding 3 N longing fo Preller After a long opened Dee 1 the unusually small supply In sight Kthr in jail ami a closely contest Tlie St Paul Pioneer Preiw learns Cisterns ed tnil Brooks has come to the that James Hyttop and E Eagel It is indisputably true that the slock Two Good for carry ingononpremises and the business ot Burley ubce at the closa or this every thing He made no speech but who wintered on the Athabasca river gallows Terras liberal and made known quetiy 6wung off It may have nbout thirty mlleH south of Chippewa year will tie crailler than hi any time on day of Sale since the general reign or Burley as the beou as Brooks claimed it was river arrived at the landing July 18 monarch or manufaelured tobacco C B McCORD an accident but an accident un- The wintered was very severe at Lake To those who Danville Ky have held their tobacco der such circumstances is little Albabasoa and tlie Indiana were through tlie HFApply to C S Powell or J months of declining values different from a deliberate act frequently unabls to bunt and as rab-- to this date we 9 13 wl eay that we can SrsED Smith Â¬ Â¬ Judge Edeon of Mount Vernon defeated for the Kepttb Kcau nomination for Judge of the Supreme Court says After the 55090 about 6 cents per The cattle are to be shipped to Free Trade England If England barged Ainetiea the same high tariff on our exports which America charges EnglaiHl on all imports those English consumers of beet would have to pay about forty cents per pound for a clfoice pieee of steak Cnnsqtiently there would be very little American beef ued by the laborer or even the no Â¬ bility of England Mr KhIiii of court would have to pay the English eurtom house offices the larifl and then he would have to add that on to Ute original cost and retail to the con Â¬ sumers at about 40 or 60 cents jut pound Thus would the English be protected on the American plan just tlie same as we are taxed on necessities Louisville By Glover Tobacco Market with receipts for the same period G61 hhds Sales 011 our market since January 1st amount to 5323G hhds The market this week has been dull aud irregular but without any quotable change iu prices The reports from the growing crops arc not or a favorable Dnrrelt Louisville Tobacco Ware IIonse Sales on our market for the past week just closed amount to 1315 hhds Paris ies Louisvillk Tobacco Warehouse L0UISVIL1K Ky Augusts 16S8 Trash not colory and tobacco dam aged by freezing G 00 to 850 Colory Trash 5850 to 1400 Common Lugs not colory 000 to 1400 Colory Lugs 14 00 to S1700 Common Leaf 1400 to 1700 Medium to good lear 1700 toS2300 23 00 to Select or wrappery leaf 2650 Â¬ character The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ resent our market fbrBurley tobacco 3IC nil that cau be desired Our aim is to prepare boys for College and at the Having determined to go West 1 offer time give a thorough practical educa- Â¬ at public sale on tion to those who can not take the reg- Â¬ ular course Special attention will be 1SSS given to Writing Composition Book Tuesday Sept Keeplng aud Civil Engineering my farm lying insight of Richmond Attention is called to the following Ky on Big Hill Turnpike running communication from one of our pa- Â¬ Â¬ through to the Irvine pike contain- trons a prominent citizen of the com- Â¬ ing munity Mr Burnara states clearly Cleveland the methods pursued and the character of work doue In this department of the University Morton Harrison Richmond Ky June iSth iSSS home together with the platforms of both par- Â¬ Will sell as follows 154First My grass DR L H BLANTON acres Iu ties Tariff by Kelley and Carlisle Presi Â¬ tract containing Chancellor of Central University uew and with my dents Message Blaines Review of the first class residence which is and well Afy Dear Doctor Last fall I containing 18 large Presidents Message Election Statistics finished rooms with wardrobes closets started my oldest son then in his twelfth etc pantries c to suit No 1 cistern at year with some mihgivings as to the wis 5000 Agents Wanted to supply millions the door Ice house meat house cabin dom of the step to the Preparatory Depart- Â¬ of intelligent votes In yard coal house chicken house c ment of your college and during the Time is Short I Strike Quickly I Show excellent new baru 60x68 feet aud a second year which has just closed my special and critical attention has been con- Â¬ the book and it sells itself Write at once fine orchard for illustrated Circulars and Terms fiCC Second 129 acres on Irvine pike stantly directed to the conduct of that de- Â¬ running through from the Alex Black partment and I wish to bear voluntary Adress farm to Jessie Smiths land touchiug testimony that he has received careful CINCINNATI PUI1LISIIING CO pike dirt road and W HVOldbams on patient and thorough instructions from i6q Elm Street Cincinnati o the sodlh cast Said land Is mostly In those in charge and has made gratifying 8g progress not alone in the studies pursued grass and has upon It one good but also in mental training and capacity and school house Third Ii5 acres of same tract run- Â¬ for application pursued in the department The system ning from tlie Black land to the Smith land immediately down the creek Is one that trains the pupil to think reason mostly bottom land and good all iu logically and remember Observation IS THE FINEST JLSTD BEST trass and has upou It a good old has impressed me with tlie conviction fashioned dwelling coulaining eight that few persons or even professional in- Â¬ structors have the aptitude to impress rooms characteristics upon the Fourtii My Robinson place con- Â¬ these educational boys You have been taining 85 acres adjoicing my home minds of young place running back 10 my Miller place fortunate in securing instructors for this and lies brood side or Messrs McKee department who are gifted in this respect Tralnors trotting track laud all iu and I earnestly hope that their services grass aud has upon it a fair residence may be secured premanently lo the young some fruit trees and about forty cedars boys of this community and that the high grade of proficiency that now obtains in In yard making a beautiful grove may continue FiftU My Miller land of 50 acres this departmentvery truly yours I am lying immediately on the Irvine pike A R BURNAM will be sold in two lots of 27 and 29 JSTFor further information and acres to suit those living In the city for cow aud horse pasturage or some Cataloguo apply to truck gardener then us a whole L H BLANTON 5 The Robinson and Brouston lands Chancellor will also be sold as a whole the high- Â¬ price ruling the rales est These lauds BEAUTIFY YOUIl LAW are nil well wittered and well fenced At the same time and place will sell Madison County School Tlie la tional Com est I Ji Stags Louisville Store Mi Thurman 539 1 2 ACEES 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 even day a Â¬ BARGAIN DAY AND CUT PEXCES ALL TO PIECES The Miller Organ must move and to make them move we 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 they Dry Goods of any description down that the prices are f away I2I5C It stands at the head ot all fjood onrani Those who desire to hare the best organ should acquaint them selres lelth the merits ot our instruments Dont take our word for what we saybut see and test our instruments If no dealer sells our organs In your locality write to the factory 80 One and Cattle of them registered some of the above are fresh and first class milkers 8 fat cows and heifers 10 short yearling 2 safe rockaway horses steers 3 yearling horse colts and 1 2 work males 50 Poland China hogs pedigreed and general merit nood SO barrels old corn pure white 610 barrels corn in the Held 125 bushels pure Fullz wheat 13 laige hay stacks about 4000 good square rails about 10 cords wood some fencing posts and all my farming implements as used on a well regulated farm such gyThls sale - positive aud will be- Â¬ gin promptly at 10 oclock A M Terms liberal and made known ou day of sale 8 11 J H BOGUS i- BUY NOOTIIER Address MILLER Catalogues ctcrfc good outs 24 cowa and heifers highest of grade 8 thoroughbred cows aud heifers some natives 4 yoke Iaree oxen forget if ou want Clothing of any description that the prices are away down fB Y Patented Much Cloth iti it Iont Â¬ iiiinn IIl2c i5oc 9 3L LEBANON Fa ORGAN CO 2i 87 ylS4Sl 1 ioi oot 2t2 T PMC1S FOLDING LAWH SETTEE if you want Boots and Shoes of any description that the prices are away down I011 Boots and Shoes Â¬ The Peer of all Lairo Seats Settee The only Settee ever made that will adjust itself to uneven ground Light durable handsomo and strong Painted bright red and ornamented Frle Settees 3150 and 350 Chairs 91 50 Aockers 300 each They all fold flat If your dealer dont keep them ask him to order for you from AHBEIOAN FOLDING CHAIE CO 1301 lo 1323 H Main SL ST tiOUIS Mix 41 15 Above cat represents our patented Residence and Grounds well Improved for Sale Desiring lo remove South I oiler lor sale privately my house and grounds at Onion City Madison county Kyi The house is a frame weatherboard ed plastered and papered with large windows weighted sah inside blinds stained glass iu hall The house con- Â¬ tains six rooms with latticed veranda aud good kitchen Brick chimneys with grates A well or soft water 26 ftet deep at door Another everlast- Â¬ ing well in the yard and pond iu lot that never goes dry Buggy house good stables and other buildings Fine young orchard and excellent garden FIVE Â¬ prices are away down Dont forget if you want anything at ah that is usually kent in a first class store that I have it and at prices that are down down down Mammoth Louisville Stcrs forget if you want Hats JLJLCfcuiOa 0f anv description that the Sept 1888 We MINNESOTA - DAKOTA To send us fhm 40 Youi cents MONTANA TUESDAY Â¬ The Grounds Contain 6 Acres with good post and rail fence all round and a beautiful grove of locust trees an an acre iu extent Tlie grounds front three hundred feet on the principle street of the vil- Â¬ lage and my office is In a neat aud convenient drug store immediately on the street I deslie to sell my stock of drugs along with the property There is room for a stock of faucy groceries should the purchaser wish to add eucli good i to the stock Union City is a rtice oiderly village on the ltichmoud and Jacksons Ferry turnpike seven miles from Richmond and six irom Kentucky River and has two general stores post office express facilities two blacksmith shops with wood shop one saddlers shop a school hnuse with Masonic Lodge brick church occupied by two denominations Severul roads centre nl Union City I have practiced medicine nt Union City for twenty years and know it to be one of the best country locations iu J Septomtor 11th October 9th and VJA THE f August 21st 25th 23rd St Paul Minneapolis itoba Railway AT RATES Man- Â¬ 6 ln WREKS light Handy and Strong trill Outwear and mmj nm Out- Â¬ for one of cur YOU WAFJT Ah Eiiiucit This set consists of a Ecewood Handle and fear tnterchiinKWtble blades U Mirew driiera and all packed in a neat wood 2 chisels fitltoir saiu bor This toot is constantly useful everywhere around the honse nt tlie office in the shop on thefarui Sent free on receipt of last two Ordinary Wrenches CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE Household S D Set LARGEST STOCK OF llfaiPjYifc Â¬ Points west or Grand Forks in DA- Â¬ KOTA and MONTANA LESS THAN ONE FARE no round trip rate being more than TWENTY DOLLARS in- Â¬ cluding GREAT FALLS MONTANA Persons desiring to take n trip through Northern Minnesota Dakota or monlana for the purpose or looking over the country or with the idea or selecting a new home within the boundaries of the GRANDEST Kentucky A reasonable price and easy terms WHEAT BELT IN THE WORLD are ottered and an agricultural country suitable I refer by permission lo Dr- - Jen- Â¬ for diversified farming dairy ami nings and Poyntz and Cashier J E Greenleaf 1st National Bank Rich- Â¬ stock purposes will do well to take advantage of these rates mond Call on or address me at Ulnou City For maps and information apply to Respect ru I ly your home ticket agent to any agent 8- Dn JOHN W HARRIS of the company or for them if he hM nnt pnt Um lie will et them for you or we will nd cither on receipt of price Â¬ as above Send stamp for our illustrated catalogue Ask Your local Denier ELLSICH CO 51 24 160 Plantsvlllc Conn CLOTHIHG Hats and Pumishing Goods MASimmonjLiYcrMedicineEtd r- tftin In tli- Tho Original Wins C F Simmons St Lonij TT Propr er Regulator Estd by ZeiliniSGS iv o i ji naj or fj yelrs cured Indigestion Biliousness ursrErsiAMcic IIeadachxLost ArriTiTx Sour Stomach Etc eam raxtorAl K I vc- it Church Â¬ Â¬ Beware of Fraud as my name and the 8- St Paul Minn price are stamped on the bottom of Ml my advertised shoes before leaving the Excursions factor which protects the wearers Business men and settlers Inokiug against high prices and inferior goods If a de ier offers W L DOUGLAS shoes for uew location or investments can ata reduced price or says he has them reach all principal points iu Minneso- Â¬ without my name and price stamped on ta Hud Dakota at n cost or one rare for the round trip by availing thtmselves the bottom put him down as a fraud OAUTIOW F I WHITNEY Genl Pass Tkt Agt iitc lor your Genuine M A Sim- tomeUmes had to substitute Zeillo stuff for your Jledi cine but - it dont answer the purpose Adams Tenn writes I occn ocaa our tuwiuu in Richmond We can not give you a 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 Odlir urjKUraTes Tnnnlil - Editor The Medicine and haic used half of it It works like a charm I want no better Liver Regulator and cer- tainly no more of Zeihns mixture Clothing Hats Furnishing Goods con- Â¬ roii PUBLIC SALE TOW PROPERTY or the excursions announced via the St Paul Minneapolis Manitoba Ry from St Paul Miuu Tickets good for 00 days Very low excursion rates have been made also via this line to Helena and Great Falls Montana tickets good for four mouths Further particulars can be obtained by address- Â¬ ing C H Warren General Passenger Agent St Paul Minn or H E Twi Â¬ ner DIt Ia senger Agent 232 South Clark Street Chlcag eow than you ever got before for same money 49 40 B1GLAB S m Owing to backward spring we have cluded to 1EE Â¬ Guard against burglars and fire by pur- Â¬ chasing a burglar proof and fire proot CUT DOWN OUR STOCK which is larger than ever and in order do so we will almost sell them at to ResidcjicG for Sale or Rent Saturday Sept Goal 88 9sBBB9EBslBHsSsHe 1 Into TariL L DOUSLIS FOR Â¬ only fine calll 3 Seamless Shoe in the world made without tacks or nails As stylish and durable as those costing 5 or6 and havingyio tacks or nails to wear the stocking op hurt the feet makes them as comfortable and well fitting as a hand sewed shoe 4 Bjiy the be L None genuine unless stamped on bottom W L Douglas 3 Shoe warranted V L DOUGLAS 4 SlIOE tlie original and only hand sewed Wolt 4 shoe which equals custom made sliocSoosting from 6 W L DOUGLAS 250rQK is unexcelled for heavy wear vS Â¬ S3 gkoer The 0ENTLE3IEN Every merchant every farmer every wish to tell privately or reut the business man every professional man new two story ought to have a safe Account books ac- Â¬ counts notes checks receints monev jewelry and other valuables can be kept Irom all harm at small expense 011 Second Street in Richmond Ky THE CARY SAFE CO next to the Maj S Turner property Five rooms two halb 2 story porch 32 West Eagle St Buffalo N Y aud verandas and all necessary out-of the buildings including stable Good cis- Â¬ seen fifOne Climax Carey safes can be at The office 51 25 tern Lot 60x200 feet House aud all buildings new GEORGE H MYERS I SAFE FRAME RESIDENCE Your Own Price COME AND SEE THE- - 1- ICE COTTAGES has revolutionized the worm daring the lust half ceutnrv Wot lenit A nraoni- - the wnhdfln nt in venltve procros Is a method and system or work Hint can bo performed nil over the country without fepnratlrm the workers from thir homes Py libera nny one can do the work rithrr sex yonneor old do speclnl ability required apllal not needed yon are started tree Cat tins oat end return 10 us mid we will send yon free roineihiiig of great value and Importance to yon tlmt wtll start you In business which will bring yon In more money right nwny than any llilnc elxn In the world Grand outfit free Add CS3 True Co Augusta Jlalne nov 30 lv T flVNPfflenliv FIKTEST GOODS NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES b SL W L DOUGLAS 2 SH0J worn by all lioys and is tlie best tclibo shoe in the world All the above goods arc luadeVfft Con Kress Button and Lace and if ot sold by your dealer write W L DOUGLAS Broekton MassJACK FREEMAN 8 34 - Â¬ a Agent RiflhmwjHKy L a horxe aod Money advanced groat chance A Stale age oualuex for the right men save experience Hudto lime better send names and addrwi of references No atten Â¬ tion paid to postal cards Never mind about fcwdinz stamp for reply Address BUSI Â¬ or S NESS Box 11 Etctuaond Va gtve security preferred monthly to pay expense bMl7 fflwnMtwuk Ml ami Rellabla and Active Ten to travel for an KHtabitshed iiouso duiin ine summer 4tSl0KihiSullJ2ES nMla at sM alVnzl fell nmriv nnnU Those who can famish WAITED orovei0evriand Z 1 fwm W iwilwal to Va asmtoaUu ever named for same quality of goods at the oldest Clothing House in Richmond months fraUtyto oautotKd Unt hit tUa It ILZKSSyi55iKr 7 11 IblbUau T J racya tf ro B STOTJFFEU Fikst Stkekt V 3 r F- - i jut r2 i Jar- Cl - -- v 9 THE CLIMAX EPENDAY II MlGttST Real Estate Transfers Mony A Kinato E M King lr - - - A ULAHTER OP A CENTURY AGO 7o acres Madison Connies Last Legal Hanging and 15 18KS ee lc of s00 fountain In this Issue m D Ballard 34 acres 725 iooK Harr5sl R- - c to Sylvester Starrs the Participants Therein 11 SainuePigg S Tie Fair made a good beginning yes See Mr C K Harris to Samuel Plgg 0 8 McCordt advertisement cl c ul yard for sale W T Edwards late a grocer on First i ec u Richmond it in Indian Territory Tiie bank in Richmond will close at j o Joel every dajr this week except urdaj Marriage licenses Ror Geo 1 Sn Lrg Robert Benton and F Long and L D The members of Madison Club will en tcti n ra their elegant rooms this place TrsJay evening Oats are now being said by weight in bundle at 5s Gents per hundred This it a new idea pounds ts n m m M- jjt- pound cattle at 4 J Cents Rev John A Brooks He Vanmeter of Clark county was - n ast eek and bought a lot of of Missouri Pro tT ton candidate for Vice President of has several thnes f e I nited States preached in Richmond cJ R f The scleral colored Republicans charg wh kukluxmg eelored Democrats in imond for voting for Bales will be The penalty is peniten- cJ to morrow IVha the largest tomatoes in Central KcVclv are those raised by Mr John S Rres of Winchester Many of them nx gj one and a half pound and some 01 n tnem two pounds Behold the Spectacle No 1640 G U O ofO F of R l nond Ky will be held on the beau t i iir grounds one half mile from Le c v on Saturday September 1 1S8S Isc T 14V1 anniversary of New Tane Firm of Jlerchants Mr Franl Brinlley of Lonitiille was en Monday and rented from Hon V T Tei i his More house in the Tevis next door to the ofScc Mr r k rv v 11 open a general stock of mcr - vc MirJer Ihtf 8rm name of Brinllev c lie is Mid to be a Ihe man aud a r Jo tuiiless with a rush New pt Sadden Deaths am Wearren undertaker at Kirks 1 uieJ suJdeniy at that place on Sun di afternoon aged probably 50 years b p iosci heart disease Pa v Scmner colored was taken sick c I air Grounds yesterday and died a j She was in the employ minutes Ci Ir IVaihrr in this place as cook R r- r on last Saturday in Elil 100000 stock in the Xicholasville Irvine and e Railroad went in Javor of the p on by a majority of 122 to ce tale Pest OHce Baildm- nuld the bill providing for goern J baidings for postoAiGes whose re-c- range from 3000 to 25000 be c a law twenty three Kentucky cities w - get buildings Covington will get a I - ng costing 25000 NewPort 20000 A a id Bowling Green Catletts Cnthiana Danville Frankfort Oci gcton Harrodsburg Henderson II ilinsxille Lebanon MaysvHIe Mt v nj Owensboro Paducah Paris R mond Shelb--tllVersailles and V - Jiester buildings costin 15000 lo e fi Say Doctor Dojou want to buy a pleasant home a a --ace village in a well reeulated com- v for the practice of medicine If to read the annoucement of Dr John W Harrs of Union Cky this county He tas a good piece of property as you will - aid han practiced medicine there for wenv j ears He desires to remote So th and will take a reasonable price on I jsral terms Vou not only get a com forlajle home with school church post cEce stores c at jour door but you top into a good practice C U Central University located at Rich sen J Kj M is one cf the leading institu- nsof the country and offers unusual a- aitageg to young men seeking higher eJcaion Located on the most beauti--- 1 f ot in the famous Blue Grass region a he midst of a refined and hospitable rcipe with a strong faculty and compre-hc-ss- e course of study it is not strange fctsudents are attracted to its Halls fnsominv States of the Union It 33 d be difficult to find a safer and bet kr P ace for our boys and young men P r s KentuckUn Citizen A Hard Hain About two weeks ago a terrible rain on Stony Fork that empties into from the lower part of this y- fe Ken--lyRn- er The little stream rose rapidly ar J carried things before it Fences logs be 5 and all manner of drift and debris e swept into the river Not only this but was swept entirely across the river sJ Tshed up on the bank on the other s V Set eral earling cattle were includ Â¬ ed m the rush and were hustled over into Jcs aaiine county The water divided or it running up the river and the o er half down The river was complete Â¬ ly Vocled for several hours The Fair- Yesterday was an exceilent first day a number being present and the rings - - Col S Moberley got all the cat--- e premiums Mr E E Mitchell won 1e hfyde race Mr Edgar Turley sec-c-- J Mr W D Alverson Uiird Mr Je f- t J ed n nct week Embrys yearling by Abe Van Meter won m the fast ring making a re- We exhibiU In the roadster ring t three in five John THughes came fit S B White second G B Taylor Purse 2H6 2M6f 253 Yx J30 10 In the stallion trot V aoxs Tom Covington won Tie premium list in fuH wiH be publish Â¬ P-- JIadisn Female Institute- TJe advertisement of this cd and well known institution for the - tat on of gkls and ouug ladies is P j ished ui this issue of The Cmmax 2r i rtjr years while other schools have ccne and gone While children have a to middle age or passed away govern nente have fallen and otlicr J Jl instrtutions have crumbled to and wars have swept the country niiool on the hM has proceeded on en tenor of its way Why go off to Aer tchool when this one k at your The facuky is full and strong and e curriculum aM that you could desire long-esUb- 7r prominent farmer Lewis Ends lived on Kentucky River in Madlsou coun 79- ty a hort distance below the mouth of Town lob In Richmond D C Lyman Muddy Creek The war between the to SallfeE Walker x ooo States was in progress nnd horrors Claude Smith to Edwin Brown Mr Eida was i6c were not uncommon DB Willi to J BS Frisby town an old man but oue of courage and Usually went armed with a formidable lotinKirksvieiiof Bowie kuife uhhjh he well knew how to ue and was Mot afraid to wield Another Uigh llridge to w He grew The new bridge over the Kentucky up bon occasion demanded far back hi a time when plstdls River at Tyrone oh tht Versailles branch were Hot so abundant And effective as Of the Louisville Southern will fee one or now He thought a man was best the must remarkable structures in the armed who had the best knife country It will be scarcely less of a One night Mr Ends retired with his wonder than tlt famous High Bridge of wife at the Usual hour and In another the Cincinnati Southern road over the bed In tub same room was his grand- Â¬ same river rtot many miles away The son Lewis Baxter while on a bed on LouisyiUc Southerns bridge will be 271 the floor Was a slave named Claibe feet in height or but a few feet lower than The doors were securely locked and uie -- High Undse The engineers tried all was quiet Suddenly the inmates to make the new structure a few inches were awakened by the presence of sev higher than the old one just to eclipse the eral ttrong men in the room one of record but the formation of the rocks whom seized Mr Eads and the others would not permit The Tyrone structure the grand son The grand sou reached will however be x6oo feet long or 300 for his gun In the rack but at that mo- Â¬ feet longer than -- High Bridge Most ment was shot iu the head whereupon remarkable of all the Tyrone bridge will ho leaped out the then open door fol have the longest span of its kind in the lowed by his step mother and the two world viz 551 feet The structure will ran lo a neighbors house joung Bax Â¬ be built on the cantilever principle and ters head profusely bleeding Mr Jef- Â¬ the iers will be or steel It will be when ferson Lutiter to whose house the cdrnpfciedOneofthe most notable feats et ciiped parties went informed several of railroad engineering in the country nelghlKiw and together they went to News the house of Mr Ead There he lay dead on the Iloor aud near him his Snsie S Wins 1000 in 21S Bowle kulfe Some money and a few Messrs McKee and Tnynors great marc things were missing Susie S won at Buffalo last Thursday in The news spread rapidly over the three straight heats making the brilliant country aud numbers of excittd men time Of 21 8 and taking first money in the assembled at the place A good old 2000 stake The contest was for the citizen had been murdered in cold best three in five 1000 to first 500 to blood and several men carried with second 300 to third and 200 to fourth them stout rope swearing veng There were thiee starters Susie S ance against whoever might prove lo Houri and Play Boy Susie S made be the murderer Ihte first heat in 218 distancing Play The Auger of suspicion pointed to the Boy and walked in under the string slave Claibe and to several tdaves of a The second heat was made in 226J and neighbor one Daniel Dunbar The pulled up to keep from distancing Houri decree of Juilge Lynch uat about lo The third was easily made in 218 he employed when the Inle Milo Bix The first quarter of the first heat was ter and others interceded and the made in 33 seconds the second quarter in were brought to Richmond nnd 34 the third in 32 equal to a 20S cait lodged in jail One of them bore mark and the fourth in 39 of a knife that showed the old man The pools sold Susie S 25 field 13 notwithstanding he was pounced upon Betting was considerable and the Madi- while aMeep had u ed his knife 011 his son boj s put up all they had One bet powerful asfeailnuts was 50 to 4 and another 300 to 30 in The March term of the Circuit Court favor of Susie S came on and a urand jury was empan- Â¬ Besides Messrs Owen McKee and eled ba follows David Martin J S Henry Traynor owners of Susie S there Ruu on Thomas Palmer 8 Golden were present from Richmond and Madi- Â¬ Overton Harris Ben R Ford Robert son countay Messrs RJ McKee W G Miller E Roberts Hill John I Deatherage Taylor RiccTheodore Hack- Â¬ Garret Win A Williams Thomas C er John McKenna and WmTester Link Adams E R McCreary Sam C Ware Stone the colored groomsman was of Mr Martin was made foreman Au course thre indictment was found against Claibe There is no doubt that Susie S is the and Perry aud their cubes continued fastest mare of her age in the world and till the June term of the Circuit Court Messrs McKee and Traynor hae a The witnesses were recognized In the fortune in her hum uf 50 to appear and testify Wil liiim Williams Jefferson Ln titer James A Powell David McCord Now for the Railroad Onr Part is Done Jackson Ends Harvy Lanter William More than six months ago a few of our Kindred L D Kindred Polly Eails citizens determined to have an extension Itaymond Hhearer Lewis Baxter Wil- Â¬ of the Louisville Southern through Richlis Olds Milo Baxter John Dunbar mond to the mountains The prospect aud Ah Shearer for this was not very bright A few quiet The June term of the Circuit Court meetings were held but in those meetings came on nnd thepri ioneri weie brought were some determined hopeful enterpris- Â¬ out Judge William C Goodloe presiding men The necessary legislation was ed Commonwealths Attorney was Wil- Â¬ obtained and the struggle began The liam S Downey the Clerk James M Louisville Southern through its officers Shackelford the sheriff Taltou Walk- Â¬ made propositions to the people of Jessa- Â¬ er the jailer Thomas Francis Maj mine Madison Estill and Lee and said to S Turner was appointed to defend the these people if Jessamine county will give prisoner Claibe and the cnse of Perry 150000 Madison 250000 Estill 100 was continued to the September term ooOj and Lee 50000 we will construct Perry was Before the term arrived and operate a road from Beattyille to taken from jail and it is said put into Louisville Everything asked of these the regular armyJ counties has been granted The amount The records of the court recite of money has been voted and the people Tuesday June 23rd 1803 Common- Â¬ along the line of road now feel and beliete wealth of Kentucky v Claboiirue a that since their part of the contract has slave of Lewis Eads elmrged with been performed that under no circum- Â¬ murder This duy came the attorney stances can there be a failure on the part for the Commonwealth and the de of Col Bennett Young Judge Richards femlent being iu custody was placed at Mr Cornwall and the Louisville South- the bar and who also appeared by his ern There ought not to he any delay counsel S- - Turner iippointed for him about commencing work The County by the court and with the Court and the people of each county were formal arraignment entered his plea told in the clearest and strongest language of not guilty herein aud for his trial that if the said counties would gi e the put himself upon God and his country abovi named amount by subscription to and the attorney for the Common- Â¬ the capital stock of the road that the road wealth doth the same would be constructed Wc relied on A jury was composed of Slas Cobb these statements We believe that they D M Lackey Alexander Tribble W were made by honorable men and by G Watts Webber Sale John F Ra men who were posted and knew what botirne R A Shearer Taltnn Erabry they could and would do if the counties Thomas R Stagner Caleb H West we Wra L Biggerstaff Bartleson Tay- Â¬ would aid them Thus believing hac done our part and we tender to you lor these subscriptions and we now confident- Â¬ Having heard the evidence the jury ly expect and believe that you will begin returned a verdict to w it We of the to do yours jury liud the defendant guilty of mur- Â¬ der as charged in the indictment Belford8 JIagazine Iu those du s a verdict of guilty of The August number of Bel fords Ma Â¬ murder meant that the accused must gazine keeps ud the promise nf the be hanged as there was no discretion first two numbera In the opening as lo the penitentiary for life as Is uow article on The Real Issue the Hon the law Accordingly on Ihe following Satur Â¬ Roger Q Mills the author of theTarift Bill which recently passed the House day the prisoner was brought before shows that Uie obbct of that measure Ihe court for lentence The court asked was not free trade but to build up our the prisoner aud hli counsel if ttiey had anything lo say why sentence not destroy tbem manufacture to remove impediments ami give should not be passed in accordance them facility to grow by opening with the Huding of the jury and they of our markets and makiug raw ma Â¬ answered that they had nothing of a The court then ordered terials cheap J J3 Wlllson In War legal nature Declared on Agriculture gives furth that Ihe prisoner be remanded to jail ther proof of the disastrous effect which and there safely Kept until the first the tariff has upon that all important day of Auguit 1863 upon which day industry Tueolher polillcal articles he shall be taken from the jail by the by Alfred H sherifTand hung by the neck until British Free Trade Peter aud Brllish Interests in Amer- Â¬ dead The clerk was ordered to certify to though independent ican Protection contribution should be read together the Auditor that the slave was worth M comblued they show that Britlan 500 The attorney for the prisoner rather than IIieUnilHl fatates should was allowed S50 to be paid by the ad- Â¬ dread the adoption of free trnde by this ministrator of Ihe murdered man The day came bright and warm A country The complete novel Aunt Sally Boy Jack is an amusing and great crowd assembled at the betid iu luteresiiug though somewhat improba- Â¬ Irvine street at the junction of the ble atory the scene of which is laid on Four Mile dirt road in the eastern the Atlantic seaboard of one of the edge of the town where the gallows Southern states and the plot turning had lieen erected A spring wagon on ji secret marriage There are also a about mid day bore the condemned couple of bright and entertaining abort man to the gallows Iu the wagon were several men S Parrish Deputy stories The Widow Scrubbs Clock by G H Stockbriile and TheKlnzua Sheriff tied the rope about the silent Wild cat by Alex I Kinkead a prisoners neck and the cap was ad numerous skit by Sellna Dolaro de-Â¬ justed The wagon was driven out scribing How we Sat upon Society and the Door fellow was left to whirl and a brief paper on oue way and then the other according Journalism What Is Literary Merit by Juniata In the twist of the new cotton rope Iu The poetry Jnhiden excellent a few minutes he was pronounced dead Stafford onntrlhuiions hv Jamts Riley Coates was lowered into a coffin and put Kinney C W Coleman and Katha into the grave prepared at the foot of rine Tynan Donn Piatt the Editor the gallows The people theTi went quietly away boinlv dissects Senator Edmunds to wait many years fura like repetition On the Political Situation views and deals in Ills stia vlgrous style Years had elapsed since they before City hud heen a hanging with The Death Penalty Now the judge of the court the Com Â¬ International Copy fjnvoniinent A monwealths attorney the attorney tor and About Wool Again right rassmg avem the prisoner the clerk the filler aud new department irivm n useful nummary of the events the foreman of the grand jury are all aud the customary dead Four of the jury three or four of the month written book reviews com of the witnesses and ten or more of the brightly grand jury have passed away plete au excellent number Â¬ Evan Harris to WT Teins 62 ftiToy B Taylor to Margret Baker 26 acre The first duy or In month was the tweiilj flrth anulwronry of the last ex acres eoutiou ofu crimluil by due process of law in the county of Madison About the first of February 1S63 a acres crcs John Harvey aged about setenteen Hon Wm Slmms of Paris is attend- years were hunting Squirrels In Ar kansas they discovered a large rattleing the Fair snake coiled up on a rock aparently Miss Nash of Louiswlle is the guest of aseep Moore said he would capture Mrs C D Chenault the snake alive He crept up to the Miss Bettie Cromwell of Cynthiana is deadly rattler anil by a quick move ment caught it firmly below the visiting Mrs Prof Hagerman head and held It at arms length In Mrs Prof Willson entertained the triumph Suddenly it colled Itself friends of Miss May Scott last Wednes- around the boys arms He became day frightened and attempted to throw it Hon Jerry A Sullivan and Joe Collins off when Ihe reptile struck him in Ihe Â¬ PERSONAL While two boys Jackson Moore and Â¬ Â¬ Mammoth Cave Excursion Â¬ Â¬ Eq left on last Wednesday for a trip flesh Tho unfortunate victim scream- Â¬ West ed witii horror aud graplng the snake with both hands tore it loose aud flung Rev A D Rash and wife of Winches Â¬ it to the ground He then fell to the ter visited Mrs Mary Stockton last cround In a swoon while his terrified week friened tied for assistance The nearest Mr and Mrs A D Underwood o house was two miles distant and when Rowland are vUilirig at Mrs R A help arrived the poor lad Was past help Mitchells aud died in agony The snake was found colled cioe by aud when killed Mrs L G Galloway of Mound Land ing Mississippi is visiting her sister Miss measured 4 feet 9 inches aud had eighteen rattles Laura Johnsort Soda fountain For Sate Mrs JMattie White and Mrs S D Parrish went to Blue Lick Springs last I will sell publicly at the Fair Thursday Urounds Friday at 12 oclock a marble C- - H Piaci Mr Squire Tevis of Clark county Soda Fountain 9 visited his brother Hon W T Tevis this place last week A fever which Is fatal in almost every Mrs C K Marhall of Maryland who case is raging among the cattle of the was visiting her daughter Mrs Mayor West Eud The disease has shown It- Â¬ Collins has gone home self in the last three or four weeks and Mrs J T Wilkerson of Lexington is spreading verj rapidly A few head who was isiting her mother Mrs Sallie iu the extreme West End near the river were the first to show signs of Russell has gone home the disease but it spread so rapidly The Misses Burgess of Maysville Miss that it has attacked cows with futal Stofer and Miss Grubbs of Mt Sterling results as far east as Twentieth streeti are visiting the Misses Baldwin The first symptoms when a cow is at Mn James A Burnside of Garrard tacked are a constant shaking of the representing McLcod Scott Co to- head und au unquenchable thirst The body and the legs then begin to bacco dealers Louisville is at the Fair swell aud the limbs grow weak Iu a Mrs J B Parrent of Memphis who few hours the weakness reaches sucb a visited her sister Mrs R L Gentry of state that It Is impossible fur the ani- Â¬ this place has gone to Old Point Comfort mal to stand any longer The swell- Â¬ Mr Trueman cashier of the Kentucky ing increasing the tongue which Is National Bank at Louisville accompan- Â¬ swollen iu knots protrude from the ied by his wife spent several das last mouth The animal struggles about week at Col T S Moberleys twenty four hourssometimes les and Miss Rosa Justice of Winchester and then succumbs to the parching disease Mr W O Jones and wife of Atlanta The body after death I horribly dis- Â¬ tended and the horns have a preculiar Ga and Dr Massengille of Tennessee color The disease has been largely arc visiting at Mr R P Foxn confined to private families and to Mis Sallie Yates Miss Pattie Yate some few dairies being Mo Miss Maggie Rayburn of of Trenton peculiarly free from it Courier-JournHon John M Price Mrs Speedwill John M Price son and daughter or Atchison Kansas are at Mr II B Young old aud middle aged all Dillinghams experience the wonderfully beneficial Mr Snively or Louisville spent sever- Â¬ effects of Ayers Sarsaparilla Young al days last week with his old rriend children suffering from sore eye sore Dr Henderson Mr Snhely has com- Â¬ ears scald head or with any scrofulous posed a campaign song which he is hav- Â¬ taint become healthy aud strong by It is one or the finest the use of this medicine Six bottles ing copyrighted we have heard S5 H Â¬ al Limited excursion to Mammoth Cave and return at the very low rate of 5500 for the round trip Programe Tuesday August 21st Leave Lexing- Â¬ ton at 700 A M arrive Mammoth Cave in through coaches from Lexing Â¬ ton 435 for supper take shirt route in Mammoth Cave same evening Wednesday August 22ud take the long route ln Mammoth Cave Echo Rocky river Snowball Chamber Mountains eta Hop at hotel at night Thursday August 23rd Leave Mam Â¬ moth Cave at 800 A M arrive at Lexington in through coaches from Mammoth Cave at 610 P M Special low rates have been secured for this party at Mammoth Cave Hotel and Cave Fees As the party is limited an early application should be made for tickets stating the number in your party The excursidtiists will be ac- Â¬ companied by Mr John P Moore of Lexington who will give his undivid Â¬ ed attention to their wants For any further information call on or address J P Monre General Excursion Agent Lexington Ky W S McChesney School Books a tfliKe2nd St near Garnett HousS - Drug Store ft HannsSpeclfic will cure Rheuma Â¬ tism or money refunded Price 76c at Whites Drug Store faecond street 5-near Garnett House tx trad Mrs ICROOKEJ 11 I UeresthsUttlenUTenntonce natural it quit sleep aad the little chtrubavakesas bright as a button It It is very pleasant to tastepaiD oo the the chfld softens the gucu allays all regulates the bowels and lithe best knenrn remedy for diarrhoea whether arising from teethis or otter causes Trentj flTO cent a bottle SxacFihonldahrari WaaWa Sootbxkq catting teeth It to wbea children era produces Advlc to Mothers 1 BENEETT illl URMSTOMI 65 Sv oV onOc TVVV and Nenralgic pains We guarantee it W U White Prescription Druggist teed tions or Syphilitic Poisoning It parities tha whole system and banishes all Rheumatic BkvxLEHxir Is the only Blood Remedy guaranÂ¬ It Is a positive cure for Ulcers Erup-Â¬ DRY GOOD The attention of the ladies k ogpcially calkd to or sparior to be Jr Agent L Ky N m R mi R Lexington 9- - Ice I am prepared to deliver ice to any had in New 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 streeet willrecehe prompt attention aprn tf J E Dykes Lemon Ice Lemonade Malto Gin- Â¬ ger Ale Soda Water and Ice Cream Soda 5 cents a glass at 52- S DlNELLls lino of Dross Goods ombraoing the most faeJikwiWe Fabrie York Choice Silks Henriettas Serges De Boges Cashmeres c c Two Pictnres Schlegel the photorgrapher will hae in a few days on exhibition two lire size pictures or his rather who is now 93 years or age One is made by himself and the other by a copying house which they arc sending out at 1000 to 1300 each according to the frame Parties comparing the two can see that they can get their work done as cheap and as good at home as by sending away 7- Mr Lace Flounces of all kinds White Goods in great quantity have in Laces Ribbons Collars Cuffs Handkercbiefe Parasols all that can be desired Gloree aad If you want a nice buggy phecton enrriuge or We rockaway barouche coupe go to John Donelson apr4 t Music P a au experienced Mrs S- - F Lai teacher desires pupils In Piano Study School Bdoks at Whites Drug Store The latest method taught Terms 2nd St near Garnett House tf moderate Music room at D R For 7- mans after September 1 1SS8 The Kankakee Line W H Kelley will build you a good With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the bwt New The C I St L C Ry Kankakee house cheaper than any man in town Line is again running its comfortable York school ot art ami design in gents garments experienced ir th mar7 tf reclining chair cars 011 night trains between Cincinnati Indianapolis La Special rates for Ice Cream for pic- Â¬ best houses of that city ami versed in every detail f the buiiniw Fayette and Chicago Tills line is nics and other parties S Dixblli aided by on elaborate stock of also ruuuing two Pullman sleepers 52- between Cincinnati and Chicago and School Books at Whites Drug Store oue between Indianapolis and Chicago tr Rates via this line always as low as 2nd St near Garnett House 79 the lowest Of the good things of thi3 X life are sorrowfully let TTJC would enjoy yonr dinner v and are proven ted by Dys alone on account of Dyspepsia Ackers a pepsia use Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets Dyspepsia Tablets will euro Dyspepsia a They are a positive euro for Dyspepsia In Â¬ Indigestion and Constipation SOsold on by positive guarantee at 25 and cents flatulency and Constipation digestion We guarantee them 25 and CO cents W G White Prescription Druggist Sold by W G White Precriution None but the purest cream used in We arc putting forth suits equal to the best made in this eottatry Druggist the famous Ice Cream Soda Water at Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel s 52- Donelson uses the best material that S Diuellis the market affords and the best work- Â¬ Donelson will mke you as good a men He puts up none but the bett buggy or carriage as can be bought work Buggies carriages etc made any where in America apr4 tf to order Call on him apr4 tf erchant Tailorin Eilisli aM od ui he ta fl Jy re l J rvvv vvv3 Md Ann Sites I 3d 3d P- - ers TRIJSESRmS and VBSTIIffGS ve r ir Â¬ on E3STTS ftJEHISHIHG Collars GOODS h lle IN Miss Katie B Spears Miss Maggie Denman or Jessamine county Miss Hallie Welch or Lancaster Mrs R H Walker Mrs J C Miller or Appleton South Carolina are with MUscs Pattie and Annie Deatherage for the Fair Capt George W Tipton who has been sojourning on the Island or Navassa West Indies for a number or years will reach home in September and remain here ermanently He recently shipped a 12000 cargo or phosphates to England Mrs James T Shackelford delightfully entertained Miss Annie B Croxton and Miss Lelia Croxton of Winchester at her beautiful suburban home on Saturday evening from 6 to S oclock Thirty or forty 1 oung ladies and gentlemen w ere present and a sumptuous lunch was spread Mr HJ Streng who was South last wecksajs he saw Mr R H W God- Â¬ win formerly a prominent dry goods man of this place andthat he is in Memphis selling as usual his share or goods At Gallatin Tennessee he saw Mr Sam Levy the unifonnely peasant salesman of the firm or Streng Thalheimer for- Â¬ merly or this place Mr Streng says the crop prospects were never better in Ten nesice Mississippi and Alabama than now and the country generally prosper- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ous Official Vote of Madison ton SHitxirr Â¬ r PRECINCTS esa o S - o - H X 1 Sc S s Richmond J oxtown Union Yates- - mMWHW 610 501 xoo 74 Mo 34 84 254 -- 2g 26 356 3x4 43 368 311 iS 105 313 EHton 107 177 Glade KirkiTiIle Poosey MiHmn 53 4 3j 49 33a Zj iv-r- gg T Bales Majority -r - 53 51 4 679 7 CONSTABLES RACE Richmond Ayers D 607 no opposi- Â¬ Foxtown Burgin D 371 Mc Qoeene R 114 Union Williams D 2S6 no opposition Elliston Todd D 239 Moore R 231 Yates Young R 236 Lake D 214 Glade Kerby R D Kirksville Gooch 30S Davis 253 D 312 no opposition Poosey Teater R 146 no opposition Million Tuder D 231 no opposition tion A man that refuses In look at a cir- Â¬ rus procefsioti would actually want no 100 REWAUD 100 fairer plan than Gauters magic chick- Â¬ The readers of The Climax will be en cholera Is sold on which is no pleased to learn that there is at leas cure no pay Sold by Stockton one dreaded diaease hat science has Willis been able to cure in all its stages anil that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure is NEW TURNPIKE LAW the ouly positive cure now kuown to the medical fraternity Catarrh being CHAPTEK 1427 to regulate the management a constitutional treatment Halls Ca- Â¬ All act of turnpike aud gravel reads in Madi- Â¬ tarrh Cure is taken Internally acting son county iu which said county owns directly upon the blood and mucus sur- Â¬ stock Be it enacted by the General faces of the system thereby destroying Assembly of the Commonwealth of the foundation of the disease and giv Â¬ ing the patient strength by building Kentucky up the constitution and assisting na- Â¬ 1 That hereafter it shall Section he the duty of the President of such ture iu doing its work The proprie- Â¬ turnnlke and gravel roads in which tors have so much faith iu its curative Madison county has taken and owns powers that they offer one hundred dol- Â¬ stock on or before the first day of Feb- Â¬ lars for any case it fails to cure Send ruary in each year to make out sign fur list of testimoninlx Address F J CHENEY CO Toledo O aud swear to before the County Judge -Sold by J J Brooks 75 Cts a statement of all receipts and disburse- Â¬ ments made by his road during the year just ended Sec 2 The statements provided for Among the Northern Lakes iu this act shall be recorded by the of Wiscousiu Minnesota Iowa Mis- Â¬ County Clerk in a well bnuud book kept for that purpose which book shall souri and Dakota are hundreds of de- Â¬ be kept by him for public inspection as lightful places where one can pass the others are kept in his office and for summer mouths in quiet rest aud en- Â¬ Ihe recording of each statement under joyment and return home at the end this act he shall be entitled to a fee of of the heated term completely rejuven- Â¬ oue dollar to be paid by the President ated Each recurring season brings to Waukesha Beaver of the road and the Couuty Judge shall Ocouomowoc have a like fee for his services to be Dam Frontenoc Okoboji Hotel St Louis Lake Minnetonka White Bear paid iu like manner Sec 3 Any President of turnpike or Excelsior Springs and innumerable gravel road who fails to settle his ac- Â¬ other cnarming localities with ro- Â¬ counts by the first of February ot each mantic names thousands of our best year shall be proceeded against as ad- Â¬ people whose winter homes are on ministrators and guardians failing to either side of Mas on and Dixons line make settlements and be subject to the Elegance and comfort at a moderate A list of same penalties as administrators nnd cost can be readily obtained guardians for failing to make settle- summer homes with all necessary in- Â¬ formation pertaining thereto is being ments when duly notified 4 This act shall take effect from distributed by the Chicago Milwaukee Sec St Paul Railwny aud will be sent its passage free upon application by letter to A V Approved May 2 1888 Carpenter H General Passenger S B BUCKNER Agent Milwaukee Wis may23m By Ihe Governor Geo M Adams Secretary of State Ben Johnson Speaker of the House White Heat of Representatives July 1st has come aud goue but J W Bryan some of my customers have not come Speaker of the Senate Their accounts were due July 1st aud Having examined the above and I shall be much obliged il they come finding that some of the Presidents in and pay up were not aware of its existence I 8-W B White thought it best lo publish same John C Chenault C J HALLS thousands suffering from Asthma Con- Â¬ Coughs etc Did yott ever try Ackers English Remedy It is the beat preparation known for all Lang Troubles cold on positive guaranteo at 10c 50c Sold by W G White Prescription Druggist sumption c Neck Wear Cuffs Handkerchiefs Shirts Ismmlried and ee be eil lie unlaiimlried Underwear Ilosiery Etc Etc Road horses trotters and runners shod iu any manuer desired I have just received an extra lot of four year in great quantity ami variety old second growth timber for repairing all kinds of wagons AH work guar Â¬ elegant embossed gilt anteed at the very lowest prices Shop back of Brookss drug store CROOKS Respectfully Sfebly S U MIDKIFF 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure Chicken Cholera and other diseases among fowls I ill refund the money in every ca e where tho remedy fails WALL PAPERS from tho rag bo er cheapest to the mo all at BRUIT k IIMSTOK Ky at apllS tf Cor Main aiul Second Sts Richmond Prescription Druggist 2d St near Garnett House inar2Stf W G Whitb SHftCKELfORD -- GENTRY k CO it It X iy J CATARRH CURE Forman have for sale a supply of cedar posts aud fencing 5- plank cross or troubled with Colic Teething Pains or can bo relieved Stomach Disorders at onco by using Ackers Baby Soother It contains no Opium or Morphine Sold by henco is safe Prico 5 cents W G White Prescription Druggist Posts and Plank Co Chenault EtI0SClVIO3SrX EiN37TTCK5r f- W rVv c vvvia Windy tkatare fretful peevish The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricul- Â¬ tural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Richmond IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OP KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN IN TIIE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR M0R IN THIS TOWN all h v od ANNOUNCEMENTS rou ASSESSOU Â¬ as of S - 4 We are authorized to announce JOEL T EMBFtY as a candidate tar Asses sor of Madison comity subject to the action ot the democratic party We are authorized to announce A J WILLOUGHBY as a candidate for Assessor of Mdbon county subject to the action of the Democratic par- Â¬ ea d ire P- an he sh - Â¬ RELIGIOUS Dr Blanton will preach at Ford Sunday morulng and night Rev T P Dudley will preach at the Baptist church next Sunday morning at 11 oclock aud will nlco lead the prayer meeting Wednesday evening The Union meet loir next Habbath night will be held at the First Presby Sprraon by the Rev terian Church Dr Hamilton of the 2nd Presbyterian Church It GREAT EVENT Rev J V Logan D D will preach at the First Presbyterian Church next Sabbath morning At the conclusion of the services a congregational meeting will be held with a view lo Ihe elecÂ¬ tion of a pastor Mh Alexander Cornelisou of this placed her membership with the Baptist church this place Suuday before last by letter The letter bore date of February 18M and was issued from a church iu Tennessee Thus after thirty years she has resumed her church relations county Hoods Political Points A Iiaudy little book for the Presiden- Â¬ tial campaign i4 just out It contains finely engraved portraits aud t kelches of the candidates for President and Vice President Dera Rep and Pro eleclerfil and nonulnr votes in nrevinus elections and other useful information Copies may bo had free at the drug ElMs or by sending a 2 reut stamn to C I Hood Co Lowell Mags 0 D P Arraer The Main Street Jeweler has just re ceived a handsome lot of Diamond Some beautie a in Solitaire Rlngstudi etc Also a full assortment of Jewelry etc Dont fall lo call Q in Mnnkacsys Wonderful Painting of Christ on Calvary The great palming Christ on Cal- Â¬ vary now on exhibition in College Hall was painted by Barou M de Munkacsy the distinguished Hunga- Â¬ rian artist in 1884 since which time it has been exhibited ln the principal European cities and has been shown In New York Boston and Pittsburg iu this couutry It has bee u seen thus far by several hundred chousaud per- Â¬ sons and had been Characterized by competent authorities the most real- Â¬ istic and impressive portrayal of the Sacred Tragedy ever committed to canvass The scene before us the plateau of Golgotha Mount Calvary behind which Jerusalem 14 situated The three crosses are fixed in the right band side of the composition and Ibe three figured in the agonies of death produce a most impVejlve effect upon the spectator On the central cross bangs the Saviour At the foot of Uncross are Mary the mother of Christ Mary Magdallne Martha St John and Joseph of Ari matbea a most Impressive group expressing love sympathy aud the deepest anguish Beyond are Roman soldiers Pharisee scribes priests nnd a vast crowd attracted for the most part by morbid curiosity Almost every pbasepf human expression is depleted iu these faces Open every day except Sundays from 930 X it to 10 p U Admission 23 cenljf children 15 cents College Hall lflf Walnut Street near Fourth 11 Street Cincinnati Tho Maysville Fair 3 Races Each 3 00 Day and 25 1888 The Blue Ribbon Fair of Kentucky 3 Three Races Each Day 3 The only Fair That Gives 23 24 The Maysville Fair August 22 Them The greatest colts the worJd has ever seen will meet here and only here SusieS 220 Houri 219 3 4 aud Ben Hur 227 The greatest 3 v ear olds Linnle 225 Bell Roy 228 and Edg mark 233 all can trot in 220 These colts will meet no where ex- Â¬ cept at Maysville The purse races will fill with better horses than ever The grouuds greatly improved making it truly the Fair of Fairs Come Oue Come All A cordial ihvitatiou is ex Â¬ tended to all Ladles aud Children FRE first day Half fare on all Rail Â¬ roads Write for programme P P Pakkeb President 89 J W FrrzaEBALD Secy Short Hand D Russell Forman will instruct Mrs in Phonography at her residence or iu class those wishing to learn phono- graphy The demaud 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 ways succeed Satisfaction guaran Â¬ 7- teed Â¬ We keep constantly on hand a Urge stock of BUILDERS HARD WARS f Â¬ all kinds as weH a IROX ami BLACKSMITH and WAGOX MAKERS MATE tfcsA we of all goods in other FOR JAILER RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINK Xails Hinges Bolts e lines Tobacco for We are authorized to announce handle Special attention given to furnishing JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for Barns We are the agents for the most celebrated Jailer of MndKon county subject to the 3- actinu of the Democratic party o announce We are authorized JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Miidison couuty subject to tho We call attention to a few that we keep aad are agenis fcr S- action of the Democratic party The Walter A Woods Twine Binders Reapers and Mswsk We are authorized to announce The Buckeye Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers SAMUEL BIGGERSTAFF a candi- Â¬ date for Jailer of Madison county sub- Â¬ The Celebrated Oliver Chilled Plows over ijeo of them having beast M ky ject to the action of tne Democratic 3- - They have no equal party None better Meikel Steel Plows and DoaWe Snovek We are authorized to aunouuee S FERRELL as a candi- Â¬ HM Side and Taming Plows THOMAS James II Halls Steel date for Jailer of Madison county sub- Â¬ The Celebrated Browns Watkfag and Riding CuWvalnrs to the action of the Democratic ject 4- t ft fc the parly The Celebrated Big Innm SnByr Ptew onijr has Is be sens tn knnw We are authorized to announce best in the market JOHN HILL as a candidate fur Jailer The Keystone DWt Harrow that is pronounced the beet in use of Madison county subject to Ihe ac Â¬ 4- The Only ReKaWe Corn Planter Vandwer Rotary Ask aM wJm haws nsed tion of the Democratic party At least too of them in use in the them FOK COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT The Evans Corn DriW the only one that has proved a perfect tnccosc Have We are authorized to announce J B soW them for years HARRIS a candidate for County Su- Â¬ The Celebrated Bell City Feed Cotter both fitr power and hand Kn equal to perintendent of Public Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party it Also a felt fine of other kinds of Feed Cutters 8- The Celebrated 0 Hickory Farm Wajon We have alto taken the agency for the Croker FertMber and CnnmfcM that is pronounced the best m the Uaited States Try it on cant tobacco Remaining unclaimed in the Post ending potatoes and wheat in feet anything that grows Office at Richmond Ky week August 14 1S8S S9We keep a Kst of aH Farming Implements that we seU and who buys them Backster Andrew Jones Annie Black Catherd W Jones Hanna and any one that wants to satisfy himself as regards satfcctlmt that they give can Barker Miss Pattie Lane Ben ask parties using thaw Mason Robert M Bennie Sinnie McCan J J Cooper R H Crosby Ellen Ann McKee Jerry Danson Willie Nelson T H Owens Tomas col Duncan J M Embry Mrs M F Perkins Chas G The Housekeeper can Sad all she want for Nathan or dairy Eads Jash H Purnty Irvnes Evans Lulie Pursell Samuel The Farmer can find aH he want tinder our roof Machinery Trace chains Sprague A E Francis Fannie c Hames Hay forks Shovels Framay Laurn Saments Chas Gajjoway L G Thorp Fannie The Carpenter and Builder can nnd all he wants Harris Dr L W Turner R B The Blacksmith and Wood workmen can fnd the only complete stack of Iron Heard Leevy White Demit T Hard Miss Anny Wilson Mary A Horse shoes Xa and Wagon Material in the town Post Office hours from 6 a M to 7 p We of course eant enumerate ail this goods we handle but aak all to come acd it Money order ami registered letter They will see for themselves the stock of goods we keep in our 127 foot store house hours prompt 7 a m to 6 v it find B WILLIS P sr J ty 3- - lot er- - Farming Implements and Machinery no- - 1 ind entr i LETTERS We are determined to keep goods for all -- Distinguished BusinessEducator lror fimitb s rineipm of tbo Commnrrlat Col at m THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS We also run a TIN SHOP ta canaectioa with onr business and only employ the Our Mr Ge4ry being a practical mechanic hhasetf will mokt competent workmen give special attention to all work done in that line ROOFING GUTTERING RE- Â¬ PAIRING C as be has done in the past Our long experience in our business iinables us to be well up in it in the wav of markets and buying our goods strictly for cash enables us ts bur at the bottom price Dont forget that you can always find he and that benefit we give to our customers lowest prices and the best gooJs at the old reliable bouse of Ice Cream Soda Water at 5 cts per 52- S Din elms glass at S Dlnelle has Introduced 1 new steam freezer and is prepared to fur Â¬ nish the purest and besst Ice Cream in any quantities and at lowest figures 62- - Â¬ 8ttttaSpeciflc will cure Itbeuma Price 7fic at Wffles Drug Store Second street tfsiHJjW money refunded uearGarnett Houee 5- - for awl Frfaeatioa iiiii refer lo It8 gnuta n business bvaldesCan Br h me cttj emimy ajmI er Stae officiate HiaCMlPK roijnWHl s Uie Ovnf Krtl I eAat Jhfwrl ihiadrurtheeicnt ot which appnus tn unoUirr c V I tt ttwioet from omn numbered lut fcOUM In tbo 8utourtieKa0raflilr Type HVi Pcpartmrof pre wjr ttjimmMp H4 Jwcffrrcp outlay sod to held hlgb ad uon ta tarn trtns jXKittona la the ballaess world snblw V UnlTeralty lrce or Ky KT with bis Joxineton the G44 Medal rxretved nnd Diploma of Hoouu the jrWS Kjpnolllon 8y lfm of pt icral lr Bulne JJ 7w jur SHACKELFORD GENTRY mchii tf CO- - if if sh i JBH MMnnnnna i TSv5 PLEASANT NEIGHBORS fsr S5- - SUVT3i7r - - strkw 5 atee 4S- - r - - - v FACTS FOR FARMERS FULL OF FUN I J I pumpkins are ripe Rural Home be ixh vast difference in neighbors There are seeds that wont grow and neighborhoods After living in aad there are plants that wont ma thieklr settled localities where there terializ both for the same reason are nearly as wljRy grades of soototy theres no life ic them as there are people and then spend Â¬ Do not compel the sheep to forage ing a few months in a inoHHlainons exclusively for their food Even when and sparsely settled region of New the grass is plentiful a liberal mess of York State the prevailing character- Â¬ oats when they come up at uight will istics of the two peoples were so differ greatly add to their thrift and eomli int that lasting impressions and pleas Â¬ tion An exeetent insect destroyer is ant Htemories resulted In the two counties and six towns visited not a said te be alum water made by dis- Â¬ solving a pound of alHRi in three IH ofane word was head to escape the lips of a fanner ami not a Hetenbor quarts of water If the alum water liood qnarrel or gossiping chatterbox be added to whitewash it will not could be heard of The ooeaskm oc- Â¬ ouly improve the whitewash but will curred several times to attend social kill the vermin in the poullrv house gatherings of farmers and it was ob Â¬ when the whitewash shall be applied served that all were on an equality Poultry yards should be on sandy from the poorest to the riches the soil if possible in order to jivohl mud least and the most educated What or slush on the ground as roup is was gratifying to the guest was liable to break out in flocks that are the fact that those who had teams kept in damp locations The yards were very solicitons and active in should be well drained the surface looking after all the poor who had no covered with sharp fine gravel and conveyance and taking them to ami cleaned off at least once evory two front the plaees of festivity No weeks if the flock be large jealovsies no hint of superiority by We have seen a little farm well word or aetioH eoaht be observed tilled prove more productive and They were all as one To the ques- Â¬ rrofitahe than a large farm skimmed Suppose some evil disposed per Â¬ iaitd skinned ami we have seen a little tion son showld settle in vonr neighbor Â¬ mind well educated accomplish more hood what the reply came iu the actual work of life than the We try to teach sack better by great genius who knows a little of example and generally succeed At everything but nothing welt n6f the dose of an entertainment a poor ern lletoman old crippled gentleman remarked Sheep should le entirely secure Life is worth living The on Â¬ Ifrom any exdting causes or liability looker could only think Bebofc bow to be worried by other animals Let good a thing it is Wonhl that the them have all the sweet hay or corn curtain oonW drop here bnt far dif- Â¬ fodder they will eat in addition to the ferent scenes await portrayal grass ami feed half a pint to J alowsf k the chief destroyer of a pint of corn meal per day in two peace in a thickly settled agricultural feeds varying occasionally with an rimimmHy Oie has a better farm equivalent of peas and oats siock house or dothing than ethers The old peaehblow potato is near- Â¬ The smaM minds seek to bring him ly extinct As a late crop it is one of down on a plane with tkeraselves the best varieties ever introduced It Oic has a college education 0 should be revived by growing the seed iy the little brains hes loo in a new locality It is well known as tony for us we cant approach a variety that has luxuriant vine pro him Also for their simplicity dudng its tubers only after the vine Tncy do not know that a fully growth has been fully completed The educated person is the most kind early rose is aleo departing yet there gentle and approachable human be are but few new varieties of early po Â¬ j in existence Shiftless farmers do tatoes that exed it in quality and not keep up their line fences and many others of the old tried varieties lock roam back and forth and trouble By carefully have been nnequaled ensues Fowls are permitted to tres-p- -s electing the seed they may yet be re- Â¬ upon a neighbors garden ami gained then the women folks get by the A writer in the 7rffa Farmer rus Tools are borrowed and sot has always found that colts halter i umed in season if at alt and when broken and accustomed to lead by the n ined are found out of order Prop Â¬ side of their mothers to buggy or erly or labor is had by one from an wagon when driven are generally oilier without payment at the time broken to lead It is a very necessary and no price fixed This often leads aprt of the education of a colt to sub-Â¬ to friction BusySodics peddle gos mit to the halter Haiter broken And there k occasionally an i houM mean to lead everywhere and I hiiiaeL wbose hand te against m all occasions without pulling back The person most to be or shving about A lesson now and eierymau trended is he who uses the pronoun then will be remembered ami the 1 more than any other word in the ofiener the lesson k repeated the bet- Â¬ language lie U the incarnation of ter it is learned sch ibNes Hut all should bear in A Tennessee farmer recommends iimid that they would Us in a had the following method of keeping hams plight without Neighbors that every Take the hams of hog frdsh killed one has his faulte that charity cover- - Pack them in salt and lot remain four ih a multitude of siu and that it is to six weeks according fi size Then i s duty to put up bis own bars and take out of lit salt an I simply shake j ot be his worst neighbor himself off the loose salt Have a bag for each tjiilen Wilson in A T Tribune ham mudi larger than the ham Cut up a quantity of hay very fine put it OUTRAGING STUDENTS four or five incites deep in bottom of Itrtttal Seee AHeflilln- - the Closing of the lag insert the ham big end down Meseow UIrcrity then pack tiglitly all around and on The university inspector Brisgalof top of it the hay four or five inches is known as very narrow minded thick ami hang up in a dry place No During a concert given by the stu Â¬ smoking necessary the hay keep in Â¬ dents he said to one of the singers sects fn m laying eggs in the meat You are drunk Your offensive and also preserves I lie flavor of the xprcssioM is not deserved was the same After hanging let it remain till reply a I never touch drink Then ready for use no matter how long you are a dirty seamp was the in Â¬ spectors reply for which the student SHIFTLESS FARMERS boxed his ears IlabHs That Are Sura to Jlrsult In Sort Oq the morning following the pro oh Muticy Lub4 rtiraor of Moscow Count Kapniet The importance of having a place assembled the students and addressed for every tool ami article about them saying Who among you farm and never failing to have the that should wish to justify the proceedings place filled is only realised by that f your colleague under arrest Ks re man who has observed that habit iineted te rise ami say so Therf closely for sufficient time to calculae w is no response probably became tm upon lite saving thus occasioned To ech was not dear enough in He ex drop a tool where it k last used ka to be readily understood VicsMons habit sure to result in serious injury llx n the Count added Thus It k tohl of a certain man as a fact a i ry one of yon is a seoun-Kthat coming home late one evening That word was followed br lok the harness off of the horse he in a Mom of indignation Sooundrel the yard and threw it on the ground ourseH Down wsfh him Out - put the horse IIin the barn left the villi Mmr lirfegalof must go carriage as usual and Hie council is infamou The by went to sleep perfectly sober but very ns must be amended ami other ired the cues were uttered in passionae and the During blewnight a storm came snow into heaps ichemenee The greater number of When it was necessary to greatout ride the i lie 1 500 stndonts assembled meeeeded sleigh was found in another corner of in reaching the street and forming the yard ihe only carriage house on groups awaited further developments the farm the Nldiers had been posted near the brought from ths uncombed borse barn but wide university beforehand ami a great eareh revdel ho harness and it many lookers on were crowded in the eould not be rememltered where it was reels Then Russian savagery was or An harness was diplayd in its fullest extent The last used intoleft ami oldwas not until brought use it t ivalry without a word of warning prmg suns had melted Hie snow charged upon the crowd wounding J hat the harness was discovered where tramping down and killing a great it hal rested during the winter The number I saw an M lady with her bars are down on this gray haired protector whose road lay where one stumbles farm and every Â¬ over something through that street ruthlessly sabered that remains Bear the place where it and trampled down was last used The farm is an eye- Â¬ The natural result of sueh outrages sore and if put on the market to day was that the infuriated opulaee though in an charged back upon the soldier driv-Â¬ find it difficultexoelent alocation would to get purchaser ing them back by the sheer impetus of Another farmer is recalled by wav their own numbers though with- Â¬ of contrast who out weapons of any kind Mean- Â¬ i rospeetsthan the started with poorer one while the professor of the uni- Â¬ II kept an orderly just considered tool house and versity afraid of the number of each child or empoye was strictly sudcnU that had remained in the charged to see to it without fail that building had recourse to their usual a tool when used was promptly cleaned protectors in similar cases the and resorcd to ite place Hj was an butchers of the distric who entered indulgent father and the children the hall brandishing ihair long knives feard but one thing the misplacing Under the eouulenauec of their of any tool wbioh patrons the professors they proceed- Â¬ incur their fathers would be certain to displeasure This ed to commit unspeakable outrages habit has its beneficial results It has npon whomsoever had the misfortune saved money It has saved time and to incur their displeasure Two hun- Â¬ to day if the farm though but ordi- Â¬ dred students were imprisoned The narily situated rest walked the streets in groups sing Â¬ sale it would was announced as for bring a high price ing their song At eleven odock on 0 ler is Heavens first law and the the morning folliwing the students tooncr the farmer or any other per on assembled peaceably on the boulevard puts him rlf in harmony with it the when the porter and scavengers better P woNftK with orders from police headquarters api ared and proceeded to renew the Retaining Moisture in Soil outrages Hpoti jhe students as on the As the fNtuulry grow ohler droughts rcrions Any at which schIHj one stu Â¬ dent was killed Then the students beeome more injurious because the ffect of cultivation is generally to discontinued attending the university diminish the natural capacity tf the Mcsew Letter soil to hold moisture As the vege Â¬ table matter increases the surface beÂ¬ A Humorist Rebuked comes hardned and water from rains Pranking Uustmud to wife I wish ami snows runs off instead of sinking you wouldnt bang my eont up there into the stil For this reasoa many on that nail I am not tell enough to small streams fall as the water runs reach it away early on the surface instead of In astonishment Wife Wy I slowly filtering into the reservoirs that dont understand you You have been formerly supplied them Thk is es reaching that nail without any diff- Â¬ pecal y true im heavy land wboae ca iculty Wlral is the eause of your p idly for retaining moisture depends inability mm largely oa ihe vegetable matter that Ilni bind Because to morrow will it contain It is a common mistake be the first of the month te think that HuderJraining uink s Wife Have you gone crazy What soils dryer in time of dro ight 0 i has the flrst ot the month te da with K the contrary it does exac ly the re Â¬ II wband Wy I am always short verse The drain by removing en the first you know plus stagnant water allows the soil Wife with lofty rrj etion of the in Â¬ to freexe to a greater depth and thus tended joke I know that you ha von t become won porous The value of good sense either on the first or the an nnderJrain thus increases with the last Mkantaw Traveler deeper freezing of eadi successive winter because thk In creases the ca- A profitable Haricot has been pacity of the soil t retain water fraud for the poor Tesp1ncd American This k one reason why drains should rrd oak that bos been oonsidered of be made at least three feet deep in our no value at all AmerianH dealer Northern climate so as to got them are buying up all they can get hold of down Itelow reach of injurious freezBd shipping K to Liverpool There ing Generally however when the the lumber is manufactured into faucy sjiI frecz so deeply there is no water furniture and afeipped baak to New in tiie tiles and if they or the soil York where it isfseld to wealthy peo Â¬ around tbera be frozen it does the ple as the real English oak aud at drain no damage L Hatrf Jpignctr pretty stiff prices too Prest Oeatobiy the Ohler Deitroyer of Fence In Bina Communities It dU set seem xslWe tkere cohUI fw growing pigs up to the time when rigible gossip Bran eats and oilmoal is the food An old woman may bo an Incor- Â¬ but whan you come right down to facts the peaoook is the greatest tail bearer of alL Si Paul Herald An Omaha paper allnded to a number of prominent and influential residents of the city as old timers bnt the types gotit old terriors and the editor had to apologize Mrs Skinner Isnt your coffeo all right Mr Gagley Want some more hot water The New Boarder Thank you no Its quite wet enough already Judge Bjones That fellow Gagley tried to borrow 500 of mo this morning Smythe He must be Five humlrod cracked Bjmes No hes not cracked Life Hes broke 1 often wonder what my ancestor Adam said when lie firJt met Eve Was he an anoestor of yours Then guess he asked Certainly Lincoln Jour- Â¬ her to loan him S2 thoroughly trained workmen out of the choicest and most fashionable goods Do you J MORGAN D D Mum street ever Mndi want a READY RSADE SUIT made especially for our trade by the best houses in the SSTOFFICE Bank Richmond Ky son National June 22 tf East according to the newest designs and out of reliable and stylish material Elegant Tailor Made Want toan after the latest and most approved fashions by experienced and order cut and made 3DO SUMMER COAT AND VEST OR A PAIR OF HANDSOME OBB PANTS 3TOlLJ Suit GOODS DRA Professional Cards The Perm Mutual WILKES SMITH Dmtistry The attention of the public is reject fully called to the Psmn Mutual Life Lnshraitck Com pax y of PhiUdelpha OFFICE Smith BuftdingiMafn Street I The Isxx Mutwai wince all an- M Oflkc hours 900 to 100 to cd forms of LMeand KnJowwitut PolL r junes2 tf Surplus being available in reduction of 400 P M the second and succeeding pajrnK C S sueh returns of surplus have reduced hu Vr Practice Limited to ioe AI ELEGANT OTJ WZCsTT DR J M POYNTZ AND Becontl PHYSICIAN OFFICE Whites Drug Store G W EVANS M D BURGEON next to desired street juiie22if All Policies non forfeitable two rears mcontesiabfe average cost of insurance much bIo v the figure of many firet claae competi or Its Non Forfeiture and Extenioi systems are the most liberal extant fuI reserve being applied at lapse to exter siot of original sum mmred or te the pur chase of Paid Up insurance as may be and aft -- made to order or ready made nal She at the theater What a long stagy stride Mr Ham the He Yes I underÂ¬ tragedian has stand he lias acquired that gait by The traveling on every other tie Pa said little Johnnie er k thinking about promoting teachme Â¬ GENTSmost DELIGHTFUL UNDEKWEAE FURNISHING Do you want tho anyhow Do you want something ELEGANT DURABLE and SEASONABLE in Do you want anything AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Hecond street june22tf DRS TAYLOR ASHE from a WELL REGULATED Merchant Tailoring Clothing House Practitioners in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetovw Dykes Grocery Store juue22t ihr How do you know From what she said to day And what was She said if I kept on Id be Â¬ that long to the oriminal class Merchant Traveler This inscript ion was found upon a Here tablet in an English cemetery lies the body of who for many years conducted a highly --respectable general business in an adjoining vil- Â¬ lage which is now oon tinned by his widow N B No trust given First Way back Djaoon whispering Its beginning to rain and there are only two umbrellas in the vesti- Â¬ Second Wayback Deacon bule Who brought them Those two Humph strangers iu the back seat Back scats is no place for strangers Omaha Show em into a front pew World DO YOU WANT AN EXQUISITE STRAW HAT If you do CALL AND SEE US DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luxnns Up Stairs Residence at Willis House The Penn is nnequaled in financ jI security Without security there i n insurance Mere volume of assets nlS no protection The real test is applied b insurance writers and the authorities i State Insurance Departments viz The ratio of assets to tiabtlitie In this r pect the Penn stands at the head o th Hst having now 124 of well secure a sets for every 100 of liability present or contingent Give us a call before in i r ing elsewhere J K Faulkner Respectfully If you do not call and see us juue22tf District Agent Oflke First Nat Bank Jkrrv A Sulh w Local Agent Richmond K gmayjm COVINGTON Shortest MITCHELL CE3STTEAL H AH Points Street Richmond Ky Oflprs his professional services to the public Office In drug store on lower Main DR PHIL ROBERTS jiilj2 ly E B WALLACE AND DR U- - C AMBROSE af- Â¬ THE CORNER SADDLERY KENTUCKY R East BLUE GRASS ROUTE North FORD KY Otlice hours 2 to 4 oclock in the ternoon GONTRAC TOR Is prepared to do all Kinds of juue22tf and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to West and Southwest BUILDING AND CONTRACT WORK 11 -- -- Mrs Fialte There is no doubt about it thk is tins worst cook wc have ever had Positively not a de- Â¬ cent thing to eat on the table but she does the wash most beautifully Pity wo cant Mr Flatte gloomily eat tlic wash lttek A newly arrived Irishman walked a long distance under the oluvatcd road in New York Meeting a police- Â¬ man he asked Phercs the wather Policeman There aint none Irish Â¬ Slmre its a long bridge for man nary a river Di I understand you to say there was a drougtii in the island of You may have so underÂ¬ Cuba stood me but I merely said the island Well doesnt was out of water Oh yes that constitute a I see Every island k out of water of cour e Miss Allibone said Mr Bjan as tley sat by tiie dim light of a turned down kerosene lamp your voice is a constant reminder to nvo of Alii Mr Bean a beautiful song how sweet of you to say that Is it Yes any particular song tiie Star Spangled Banner because you always begin with 0h say An Austin colored man with pro- Â¬ truding eyes rushed into Justice Tegners office and exclaimed- I wants Colonel Jones who lib nex door to me put under 1000000 bonds ter Has he threatene I keep de peace Hd lias done dat berry your life ting H soul he war gwine ter till de nex niggah he found after dark in his hen house plum full ob buckshot Texat Fast Line Between Lexington and Cincinnati SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 20th 1SSS Call your attention to their commodious and elegant house Main and Second Streets luchmond Ivy W T SEXSMIT1I M D PHYSICIAN AND SUKGEON Offers corner of SOUTH BOUND Lve Covington Ive Falmouth Ijve Cyntulnua Ex Sun 830 am 1003 1105 No 2 No t Dally ExSau No 6 public NORTH BOUND Livingston No S00 1025 1145 3 WHITE HALL KY his professional services AT THE MOST agi7 to the iyr Reasonable Rates Will furnish drawings plans and specifications at any time Office Jnne22 No 1 No 5 HEBNBOMS SOB There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance and the quality of the goods the ofler is in keeping with the house They have the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles made in Iheir shop of the best materials They have DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY the public Office at Powell Aug 17 lf Oflers his professional services to Arr Paris Arr Lilnitoii lve Arr Itlcliinnnil Arr LancHslor Arr Htnnfonl Paris Arr Winchester Every Style and Variety of Harness Â¬ Arr Herea Arr Livingston lve KicluuoiHl 1140 1230 1150 I335 200 510 600 205 320 545 am am am pra am Pra pm pm pm Pm pm pro 82s pm zoo pra live 938pm 338 pm Lve 1024 pm 430 pm Arr 1050 pra 510 pra Lve 1130 pm 610 pm Lve 1055 pm 520 pm Arr 5 pm Lve 1125 Pm 710 p m Arr S18 pm Arr 840 pm w m Lve Lve Lve Lve HicliinnnuParis- Richmond btantortt Lancaster Korea Ulrhinond Wincliehter - Falmouth Arr Covington Islington Pari tvnthiana 720 810 1100 130 pm 225 pm pm 300 pm pm 406 pm am am am am am am 7 35 ara 835 am o6 am 45 pm iac3 am 00 pm 1115 am 525 S4S 650 650 740 825 Parrlshs J F Coknblison at his residence on Ilallie tf Irvine Street 3x0 pm 350 pm 4730 MC 525 pm 650 pm pra Hkatii HEATH C0RNELIS0N Practicing Physicians home made and city made uiclde silver or gold mounted Their MAYSVILLE BRANCH slock of Buggy llobes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as ele No 11 No No iu No IS Daily Daily Dally BOUTII BOUND Daily NOUTII BOUND gance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber Ex Sun Rxbuu Kx bun ExSuu Buggy whips of whalebone riding whips of cowhide wagon whips of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs iu variety 300 pm 600 a ra 105 pm Lve Covington Lve Mb ville Lexlngtoii 635 am 140 pm Johnson r ti a m 425 pm 830 a OtrlMe Paris 520 pm Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups 729 am 2 34 pra MlllerxlHirg S7 5 47 P 753 a m 358 pm Arr Mlllcmburg 8ao am 325 pra Paris Carllxle 921 am 611 pm Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and strong Arr Luxington pm 1015 ara Johnson 915 am ecio 7S pm shop made and city made MC50 am lngton Sliiysvllle 740 pm 1135 am 600 pm Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse book No 32 leaves Covington at 830 a m ar- this train runs through to Richmond Ky rives Falmouth 1030 a m Sunday others are daily except Sunday toe weights girts brushes curry combs snunges c only Direct connection Is made at Winchester A lull line of collars hames trace chains back bands hame strings with ChexnpenkeniHl Ohio for Ml Hlerllng ar- Aslilnuil 31 leaves Falmouth at 430 p m Iluntlncton Charleston W Va plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners No rives Covington 630 p m Sunday and Eastern Cities Â¬ RICHMOND KENTUCKY Largest and most complete stock in offer their professional services to the Central Kentucky Bes Our motto public Ijaiily Goods and Lowest Consistent Pnccs GRASS AND FIELD P CARROLL Y SEEDS jan DR GILES HARRIS WACO KY it ly 77 and 79 Lexixgtox Main M Ky Oilers his professional services to the public JKii4tf DR S M LETCHER jmily PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on First Street Â¬ TURFMEN CAN FIND ANY TIIINtf IN THEIR LINE- - Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed saddlery and harness house 23Remember the place Ilcrndons Corner Main and Second Streets Silings OLIVERS WOOING Wn jann t W C GORMLEY iy CO JR Ilow It Alvira for you I have planned a surprise Cut Sliortbj- an Kmlnonllj--1ricUcuClittzo Girl - FAST LINE Nos 3 and 4 run via Trains with Pullman ijieeplng No 15 leaves Lexington 715 p m arCars Detweeu Cincinnati and Richmond Va rives Paris 755 p in and Winchester and Washington D C No S leaves Covington 520 p m arThrough Tickets and Kicgage Checked to rives Falmouth 720 p m auy destination readied by a railroad No 7 leaves Falmouth 550 a m arrives For full particulars address or call on any Covington 750 a in asentof the Company or Daily Except Sunday E II BACON S F B MOUSE Trav Passr Agt Uen Passr Apt Covington Ivy Note No 3 Daily between Richmond LexngtouKy Lexington and Covington F BCARH Agt II E HUNTINGTON Iticlimond Ky Geul Manager No 4 Daily between Covington Lex ngton anJ Winchester On Saturdays General Offices Covington Ky only HW BRIGHT M D PHYSICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street uext door to Whites Drug Store Special attention given to Microscop- Â¬ ical and Chemical examinations of tissues ami fluids of the human body 22jutietf TheBTTTEBSCL issued March and Ser teach year ItutntJclopedia of useful ufor- motion lor all who pr- chase the misnw cr lao nuMMiHM nf lifn can clothe you and furnish you witli oil the necessary and unnecessary appliances to ride walk dance itec eat fish hunt work go to churo or stay at home and in various 3 ca styles and quantities Jus fieurc what is required to do all thcoc ti -- -and you can mair COMFOBTflBLT estimate of tho value of the BUYii- -GUIDE which will bo sent t receipt of 10 cents to pay Ts CO MONTGOMERY WARD 111 114 Michigan Avenue Chicago xJ mch2i6m rj CC WALLACE Z T BICE SgaidokeajlJeir BestCoogbSjnm Taste good I illume baul DyarogBtetg CUBES WHE8E AU ELSE fAJLS -- -t rs -- A bright smile lit up the face of tho young woman as she listened to the ftiy 3Mken words of the youtli and he adjusted her head more comfort- Â¬ ably oi hk left shoulder and waited to hear more With a delicacy of touch acquired by loig practice Oliver P edunele pat Â¬ ted the glowing dieek that reposed so near his own and smoothed the golden hair of the lovely girl without disturb- Â¬ ing tlic integrity or general arrange Â¬ ment of a single bang My own he went on the secret has weighed upon me so long that I must now share it with you Alvira we have sometimes spoken in a gener- Â¬ al way of the home where we expected to set up our earthly paradise and you may have wondered that I have had so little to say in regard to its location plan and intorior arrange- Â¬ ments yet in tliesj casual conversa Â¬ tions I have managed to possess my Â¬ self of your ideas even in many of tho remotest particulars The yonng man paused a momonr as if contemplating a picture that rose vividly before his minds eye and re- Â¬ sumed with all the overflowing ardor of impassioned nature turning itself loose regardless of expense Alvira in a beautiful suburb be Â¬ yond the sordid grind and discordant nimble of a selfish citys traffic away from the contaminating smoke of a thousand factory chimneys and the unutterable defilement of highways through which a worlds human off-Â¬ scourings pour untouched where nat- Â¬ ure smiles on every hand where tho stin of an unequalod sky beams through an atmosphere of purity and where the sparkling and radiant waters i f our noble lako bathe tho peb Â¬ bly beach in the foreground and stretch in illimitable vastness toward dreamy Orient reflecting in the danc- Â¬ ing waves tiie Wua of the blest and murmuring a gladsome niolody that ouelies the heart with a pleasure alÂ¬ most akin to pain there Alvira have 1 built a home within whoso walls I kope Oliver interposed the young lady with a hard dry sob as sho straight Â¬ ened ltersolf up and looked mournfully at tlic impetuous youth I could novor bo ale ving trustful wife of a man -- ho dostit live on Prairie Chicago Tribune avenue qUEM A1TD CRESCEHT HOUTE DR C S HOLTON Homeopithic Physician and Surgeon Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads SEE OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO 400 P Richmond Kentucky Office Main Street over D M Brights Office hours 830 to 1100 A M 200 to M I believo Pisoa Cnro for Consumption saved my life A II Dowell Editor Enquirer Eden ton N C April 23 1887 ummer Goods CONSISTING OF New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the Special attention given to disca cs of women and all difficult chronic cases Patients treated at a distance and Homeopathic medicines sent lo any ad- Â¬ mayi6 iy dress Pncp Point s Soii Eas ri fflu M K00111 wo XL DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 51 51 Surgery HIH S UDIES miSSES AND CHILDRENS SHOES RED HOUSE KY THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC the Important Cities of the COAST- - We have on hand the most complete line of Footwear Purnishing Goods and Hats Wiirlif J Kiiuo THMtiiMr 1UU1 Hinn nii1 xiijiiu Timinc South change without in Central Kentucky We have taken special pains in selecting this stock to get the most Stylish Durable and Comfortable Shoes in the market dolr Buffet Car and Pullmans Finest Palace Buffet Sleeper State RICHMOND KY Special attention given to abstracting in Eastern Kentucky flul T itin TWENTY EIGHT HOUttS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IK titles to lauds Cumax building S E UIllj Jjllll KUNNING TiIltOUGH CARS Office in Travelers have a choice of two klndi of Sleeping Car on Corner Main and Second Streets up Cnnmnl Kilina stairs OyCLlili llOULO QUEEN AND CUESCENT KOUTE Manns KlogautBou June -- i tf ii rni Cincinnati and Lexington with bleeping and liuUet Cars to nearly all ol PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law The best Cough Medi- Â¬ cine is PlSOS CtTRE FOR CoNSPMFnojr Children take it without objection oy an druggists ioc E5TaVUtciftj4i3l CORES WHERE EestConghSjrap Tastes good Die Alt ELSE AILS iLigagiviisiireigiaBaa ruar 6ni Ul UIXHS BOld OTQTTCSlSfeS In Grand Central Union holding tickets via this lino ar therefore saved transfer across the City and are assured a Journey attended with speei comfort and cenveuience Nearly All the leading Railroads passengers Depot Cincinnati ycM tSmSSBS Pattern F 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 pood tor 90 days with stop over privileges can be obtained from St Paul to Great Falls Urn tana the coming manutactoruig centre ot the northwest OnIrS3GOO inmui tor 51700 a nnt class round trip tlctet Bear in mind that wc handle the best brands such as J N Cloys Zeigler Bros N Hess Bro and other excellent brands that are first clas and warranted fjgti Anything we have in winter goods will be sold at greatly reduced prices WALLACE RICE mck2i iy Travel via- - Queen and Crescent Llno OI tb General Offices St Paul Building West Fourtli St Cincinnati Ohio JOHN O OAULT H COLI JJRAN General Manager General Passenger Aent R CARROLL R X RYAN 1 27 General Superintendent Assistant General Passenger Agent J Hi A STAPLE Hig1 gins Oti UPPER RIJHH STREET Attorney at Lara RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE tiu First street same as formerly occupied by Couuty Judge Miller oct6 J A SULLIVAN east and south ill be named to points in Minnesota and Da Â¬ kota or upon Paget Sound and tho Pacific Coast For further particulars adores K E Tapper District Passenees AgBt 332 South Hark Street Chfeago IU or C II TTAaucf General Passenger Aesat fat Pant Mioa 1 dactions and return FE9 EaJntPautRfl rkVT A Blmlirr reAfj lTuBfea to Helena kila f4trota pomrs Rates correspoDdingly as w Â¬ ly GROCERY Attorney at Law RICHMOND KY Office on Second Street June 22 tf T J SCOTT tH RplG 1 8l KX1 ft 7 mM isisn 33SI cc 81 H1111UH 1 Si X4 S It MIU iXi briug YOUR D P ARMER THE MAIN STREET JEWELER Is tlic place to go if you want anything in Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands of TloastedCoflee Pure Rio Combination of Rio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocha Pure Privale Plantation Java Pure Arabian Mocha and Genuine Male Berry Java These goods arc all kept in air tight tin cans New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and qualities CS Attorney atKYXawj RICHMOND Office on Second POWELL Street ItfirSfiSi a ac301 r HirH 14 4lSI 7 i lL J 13114 S afeffii asr5 7 117 nuni 50 7 Si a3 1 isiisiris 4 Mkll 1 rCHlllSllS171H T 114 10 1t Husnnsau 2 i xsan a II X X 4 Mh9SLiiSS24 Ipril M a1 W juue 22 tf J islii7istiatii 1 61 41 si 7 K11 KtSM I 6L 3 S 7 ur2Ui5 M171813il SI FAUCY GROCERIES OIC3rADElS auglO 1 Night and Home Quoonsware Glassware Woodenwre Diamonds Watches sr It night now and hero is hom Gathered under the quiet roof olders and children lie alike at rest In tho midst of a great peace and calm the stars look out from the heavens The silence is peopled with the past sor- Â¬ rowful remorses for sins and short Â¬ comings tieit ories of passionate j oys and grnrfs rise out of their graves both now alike calm ami sad Eyes as shut mine ieok at me that have long ceased to shine Tho town ami fair lRmlscate sleep under tlte star Â¬ light wreathed iu autumn nitets Twinkling among the houses a light keeps watch here and there in what may be a sick chamber or two Tlic clock tolls sweetly in tho silent air Here is night and rest An awful sense of thanks makes the heart swell and the head bow as I pass to my room through Ihe sleeping house and fe d as though a hushed blessing wa upon iu Thackeray is Clocks Jewelry Fine Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas Gold Headed Oanes Fine Razors TOBACCOS Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches Etc Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs Will practice in Madison and adjoining counties mitt In the Court of Apieah Office In Master Commissioners office over Circuit Clerks office June 22 tf J REED Attorney at ILsaw A 9 Jii IllIttWHlild UH11 17 1819 Eas Hi3ia S JB h re assrasra 789 a - Maxsus iii HIIRUIt3 12 6 11 Wit K 1 34 Baj n wwxj 1 Si 71 SJ n K 17 1 lJlW3BIlia I 11 1111 t X W 4 5 Si 11 It II 14 ISM 71 H ft 7 23 4i rrutu r 35ira3 y W S MOBERLEY Fine Pocket Knives I CINCINNATI w 1 7 Domestic Sowing Macliiiics AXD ALL KlNDS OF Ur A g Jf JPLY4SU0 OCT Attorney at Law RICHMOND KY Office corner Main nnd First st reels up flairs over Rainsevs 1- - 27a - GALT n 7 i7ij -- - HOUSE ltewarded ara those rliorenl tills ami then avt they vii flmt hononiMs emptoymeut will nnttaka thni from their homes and families The monts are made and are new inking several linndnl dollars h moulli Ills easy for anv one 3 tflnke ii and apwanls per iy who is nt inic 10 work Kilher kci yowg or old ca r tat net needed we start ymt Everjttims new Xo tpeetat atsltty mtalred y r r render enii do Has well as any uco t nn at eiiee for full tmrtlCHlans which mail free Adilress SUnsen A Ox rorllm u Maine u JU - I that 1 SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES LOUISVILLE KY The Largest and Finest llotol in tho city m GRAHD JUBILEE celebrating tfia BUILDERS AND Â¬ Tho hca l nurse of the Childrens Hospital in Lo idon states there are six qualifications for a truly good These sho claims are pres uurse enco of mind gtmtleaese accuracy memory observation aad forethought Old Gold and SILVER and Set new goods for Setiteni of the Northwestern Territory GOMTRAGTORS those conttwiylating buiUir that they are prepared to contract for Buildings op Every Dbsciuptic Satisfaction guaranteed Plai Estimates made free of tJtarge fiirrushed on application on short not ce CQLE LONG anr utf Contractorsand HuiWers V it or the mmm UNSURPASSED DISPLAY Rates25o to 4 Per Day nounceto The undersigned would reepectnilh- - an According to rooms Turkish and JRnssian Batlw in Hotel oct26 EXCURSION RATES FROM ALL POINTS ly