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BiT j V r- aP cv xxp nP ft I r IT ers some good advice in regard to language lessons for small children D F Thomas J Morgan Witeon E P Campbell B H Sale B R Cockrill A B Patrick O W Witt J W Tuttle A Hamilton J A Swope Misses Moilie Lewis Mary Moores Rosa Park Clay Tipton and Stanley Rogers participated in the discussion of Advanced Grammar A cbm was formed and the teachers inter rogated at length on the parts of speech and the best method of teaching this science The Institute then adjourned to attend services by Rev J W Hughes after hav- Â¬ ing appointed 130 P M as a time to con vene Â¬ Â¬ nfjga- - A 1 - i i r i j XS As J VlX kXSwi P NUMBER 10 YOLTJME RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 22 1888 NEWS PARAGRAPHS THE In National DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM ESTILL COUNTY IXSTITIME The Estill Cotwrty Institute eenvenetl at iSS trWi Caaty Ir nr Ky Jry i6 mntendent R H RiMeM in the Chair r of Tabott s Cfwhcter and G V tVon Secretary The following teachers were enrolled l es Amaeda CecVrAl Rm Park Lea Fame Stanley Harris Castia Shearer Lillian 3f Tiiton Wallace Montague O Newkirk Bettte Neal Moilie Lewis MaHnda Wiseman Eva F rnie Kern Stanley Rogers V Kinney Eva Mailin p ie Norton Martha Wood Mary Weed Moores Lala NeUnd Pattie Wilton Meetrs Albert Hamilton C rn hia Crow X F Thomas E I Campbell Walter ttmJer P D Broandss J W Tuttle J ope A G White Jos Tattle Oscar A K jwell W W Bryant B R CecVriH W H Huy H C Norton B H Sale A B U nckO W Witt B H Master T W Yoang Cornelius Marcam KccveJ A ireJ Marcam James AI Brace G W - ukton J II Wittoaghby and J Clay The Democratic party of the United Stntes Comenllon nsombled renews With Ayors Hair Vigor Its clean llio pledge of Its fidelity to Democratic fnllli nesa beneficial effects on tbo scalp and and reufllnns Jhe platform adopted by lis lasting perfumo commend it for uni- Â¬ representatives In the convention of ltI versal toilet uso It keeps the lialr soft and Indorses llio views expressed by Presi- Â¬ nnd silken preserves its color prevents it dent Clovelniul lu lits lnt earnest meage to from falling and if tho hair lias become Congress nstheeorrect Interpretation of that weak or tbin promotes a new growth platform on the quectlon oftarlfl red net Ion To jostore tbo original color of my Â¬ and also indorse the efforts of our Democratto utter exclamations of surprise ami pleasure Every line we carry is complete and prices NEVER WERE SO LOW FOR hair which bad turned prematurely ic representatives Iu Congress to secure a CASH AS THEY NOW ARE We have undoubted the prettiest line of Satteens ever brought to this city and erery style gray I used Ayers Hair Vigor with en reduction of oxcestlve taxation Chief among Our Eastern importations of and price from the cheapest American to the finest French Satteens can be found in this Stock tire success I cheerfully testify to the lis principles of party faith ore the mainteor nn Indissoluble union of free and nance tmllMnictlble States now uboul to enter of this preparation Mrs P H David jj2s upon Its Feenntl century of unexampled son Alexandria La progress and renown devotion to a plan of I was afflicted some three years with government strictly specifying every grant- Â¬ are marvels of Beauty and Style that can not be excelled BEST BRANDS of CALICOES such as Manchester Merrimac scalp disease Sly hair was falling out fiMHMMWSMBHHUanMMnUMaMMVMSiMi anil what remained turned gray I was power anil expressly reserving to the Cochega Hamilton Pacific Etc All five cents per yard and new spring styles ed We have just received a full and complete Tho Popular Lino between induced to try Ayers Hair Vigor and ungraiHed reeldne EVENING SESSION States or people tho entire stock of in a few weeks the disease in my scalp power the encouragement of a zealous of The Institute met at th appointed hour disappeared and my hair resumed its Married by Rev U V Laird at the popular vlgilmice directed to all who have LAFAYETTE and S S Sims original color Rev and Prof Tabott introduced the subject of residence of the brides grandmother been chosen for brief terms to enaet and Pastor U B Church St IJerniie Iul execute the laws nnd aro charged with pre Â¬ ComposilHHi and gave the teachers a near Nicholasville Dr T B Evens of A few years ago I suffered the entire serving ieace Insuring equality nnd estab- Â¬ The Eslira Trains BCJ THRCCCH TTUluiit Cilice loss of my hair from the effects of tetter very editing talk upon it Miss Martha Atlanta Ga and we earnestly ask every lady to examine this stock before buying elsewhere as you will certainly save money by so domg and Miss Mary Miller lishing Justice hoped that after a time nature would I Pullman SI eorilns Car3 and Elegant Be We lead the market in Wood gave her method which was most daughter of the well known clinin Chair Cars on Night Trains hardware The Democratic party welcomes an exact- Â¬ repair tho loss but I waited hi vain Many remedies were suggested none excellent Magmiflceiit Parlor Car 3 on Day Trains ing scrutiny of the administration of the merchhtit JohuT Miller of Lexington however with such proof of merit as Oil executive power which four years ngo was Advanced Composition was brought Ayers Hair Vigor and I liegan to use it The design of Cap J M Jones of committed to its trust in the elcctlou of The result was all I could have desired before the Institute awl discussed by E We CAN SAVE YOU CENTS TO ONE DOLLAR on every pair of Mens Ladies and Kyhas been adopted by Ihe Grover Cleveland Piesident of the UnUed A growth of hair soon came out all over rv i- several members Mr Clay Lilly being Pari my head and grew to bo as soft and the Childrens Shoes you buy from us Notional Democrat Committee as Ihe Stntes and it challengesfidelitymost Msnrclilng f Talbott read a portion of tin school called upon delivered a Pr Tla the C L St Iu C BMlirsv Big Four heavy as I ever had and of a natural brief but edifying nnd devotion Inquiry concerning lis and Tudilla Line campaign banner and badge It is a to the pledges which then Invited the suf Â¬ color and firmly stt J H Pratt Iiw to the teachers then delWcred a few lecture upon the subject Pullman Ballet Sleeping Cars Pullman Reclinini Spofford Texas typical bandana with the stars and frages of the people directed remarks to the Institute we Chair Cars New Urst Class Coache Second Recess of fifteen minutes Class Coaches and Baggage Cars all run through During a most critical period of our finan- Â¬ Tiie ueslHm How to keep a pupil from Proprietors Busy Bee Cash Store After recess the Secretary of the Teach stripes stamped iu the center and at cial affairs resulting from over taxation without change between Cincinnati and St Louis Jun22tf Now let Keutucky rise was introduced and discussed ers Association occupied the attention of each corner UftVAtOUKU saving cant the anomalous condition of our currency Elogant Reclining Chair Cars rUErYUKB BY V and a public debt unmatured it has by the Institute for the remainder of the up and help carry the banner to victory BETWEEN t Messrs A B Patrick and B II Sale CHAS S FOWIU SPEED SMITH Dr J C Aycr Co Lowell Mass J the adoption of a wise and conservative Mies Clay Tipton was appointed to write evening Bold by Druggist and lcrtumen- The Fltmingsburg True Blue Demo- Â¬ courx uot only nvcrted adlsaster but great Â¬ TIA THE zi essay on the subject of Written Tars MORNING SESSION JULY to 18SS CI St I- - C and t B A TT Short tine crat has found five old Harrison Whigs ly promoted the prosperity of the people Oscar KidweM upon The Import j 43 It lias reversed the improvident aud unwise The Estill County Institute met at S in that county and they are all for policy Commodious RecIInlngChalrCars Miss Mary Moores ance f Composition of the Republican party touching the d ina nil A M with prayer by Rev Mr Cleveland and Thurmati Here is the public domain and has reclaimed from coreffects of the use of Ako oclock Teaching the Indianapolilis FecriiXllB and Ksokuk Ioar Mann list with the age of each Judge L Y porations and symllcaUs alien and domestic J Owen Witt Special reasons why Via SHELD01I Minutes of the preceding day were read Andrew of Flemlngburjr 78 Andrew aud restoied to tho people nearly loooooooo C I St 4 C snd T Y A W It B1 0 e Americans should understand the Histo and appro ed to be sacredly held as home 82 Uncle acres of land Hendrick of Piplar Plalti and A B Patrick Map While carefully f their Country steads for our citizens it Chicago St Louis and Peoria clove ltnnIm n to mrdlnte connections are made irlth all Prof Talbott dcivereA a very interesting Jimraie Jacobs of Flemingt burg 79 guarding the Interest and the principles of Miss Rosa Park 1 firing Haw to Secure and from the Ikorthwut West end Soatbnut lecture upon physiology and hygiene and Wra Kuiug of Elizuville over 70 Justice and equity It has paid out more for We represent ten of the strong Â¬ Miss Amaada Ceckrill Action X tenuon Thrinh Titiets and Banae Coeds to ill Trinclpil Feiati IeiisIoiis and bounties to Hie soldiers and clearly demonstrated the deleterious effect est FlBK IXSURAXCK CoMPAXIBS 1H Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St L r3 Spirit of the Teacher in Presence of the of alcohol and tobacco upon the human Jttdge Harlnn P Whittaker of Cov- and sailors of the Republic titan ever paid C Ry also via this line at all Coupon Ticket AT McKEES OLD STAND ttie world We represent the Offices throughout the country Good Order Albert Hamilton ington says that the clement that sup Â¬ before duilug an equal period It has adopt system and impressed upon the teachers ed and constantly pursued a firm and pru Company that lias the largest B II Sale As JOHN ECANOenIPMSsndTkUlpcnt an j How to Secure ported Thoebe against Carlisle hi the dent foreign policy with all nations while the importance ol teaching their pupils to CXMCXKKATIQ capital in the world the Company Congressional election two years ago scrupulously maintaining all the rights and is he Teacher so is the School avoid narcotics of every description Miss that has the largest paid up capital A B Patrick was appointed to fill the has disappeared like mist before the interests of our own Govt rument nnd people Mary Moores then read a icry edifying es- Â¬ at home aud abroad in the world the Company that cffie of Critic after which the Institute THE sun Apathy will not do its say upon the evil effects of alcohol morning The exclusion has the largest assets in the worW a iioarned to meet at 130 P M deadly work iu our district and party laborers has beenfrom our shores of Chinese effectually secured under Messrs Hamilton Witt Patrick and any the only Company in the worid more We are united aud Carlllp the provisions of a treaty the operation of EVENING SESSION others gave their methods of teaching that pays its losses without disÂ¬ will receive n full Democrat majority which has been postponed by an action of a To get a FiCTit ClnaaWutcIi The Institute convened at the appointed physiology and hygiene The Institute next November of not less than 6500 s53rrS3S Republican majority lu the Senate is In our Co Opcrativo Clubs count and does not make yot t me then took a recess of fifteen minutes Iu every branch of the department of the PSoarPH fca Is EI agree in its policy to wait sixty m at ETQrXiffi ES The Alphabet was the first subject in Â¬ History was next introduced and dis Mr J Government under Democratic control the A Lexington special says fijj ucSL m days after a fire to get your money hKikSQ u9m and discussed by II II Sale cussed by Trof Talbott Messrs Norton W Funis a former member of the rights and the welfare of all the people have troduced guarded and defended every public Interest All Companies charge the same ATTE3 Pr f Talbott and others Broaddus Winkler Potts Cockrill Misses police force iu Lexington and at has lieen protected aud the equality of all rate then LOWEST GASI3 PRfGiS Trimary Arithmetic was next intro Fain Lewis Norton Mastin Wood No present acting as private policeman our citizens before the law without regard Hjtf 5 diueJ and discussed by Albert Hamilton land Wilson Crow Shearer and Park In for Yellowstone Kit the Louisiana to nice or color has been steadfastly main Â¬ R Cockrill Misses Rosa Park Stanley The Institute then adjourned to attend Creole liver pad vender arrested 11 col tained its record thus exhibited and upon J Upon Insure your house and contents Harm and Era Mastn services by Bro Hughes ored girl by the name of Nellie Crow a pledge of a continuance to the people of the Thousands of the bcht and sleep soundly it will he tee Advanced Spelling was taken up ford who says her home is in Louis- Â¬ benefits or it Democracy invokes a renewal EVENING SESSION Joltl Watch ever iitatlo are soil- Â¬ discussed by Misses Lourinda Fain 2 late after you are burned out ville She was arrested on a charge of of popular trust by the re election of aChiet ing iu our Co Clubs M The Institute met at 130 oclock P Magistrate who has faithful able and t ay Tipton B II Sale D K Thomas GEHTS FURNISHING GOODS TRUNKS VALISES Our Companies have over 40 vagriucy and when seen at the statio- prudent To invoke been addition to that This fail he IS t Ckcapnt Mrt Conrentrot according to appointment in and Geogra- Â¬ n-house and nnlj Co operative Sytcirj of selling vrslches T H Broaddus O W Witt Walter of cry- Â¬ trust by the transfer also to the Democracy between imroxysms 000000 capital and over 100 The watches are American Lever Stem Winders phy was the first suliject introduced by V inkier and W W Bryant Prof Talbott legislative power containine every essential to accural y and dnra the 000000 assets viz Prof Talbott who made many useful and ing and sobbing said that her mother ofThe entire bi ity and have in addition numerous patented ltepuhlieau party controling the then advanced some very appropriate Which cost to produce from Liverpool London imrruceiersiouadiaio hrfcatca Iheyarc important suggestions in regard to teach had given Mr Kit Sll to perform Senate aud resisting in both Houses of Con aad ippretf Vove atooluU the only rneihods of teaching this important branch Globe some kind of a surgical operation on gress a reformatlou of unjust and unequal ing this branch of study uientx made in the AVorld cad ara jeweled Commercial Union The Institute then took an intermission of but that he left Louisville the tax laws which have outlasted the necessi Â¬ throughout with UXXUINE JWBIIX The It Patrick read a short but very inter- Â¬ her A Guardian snd 1atant GALLON Staples item II inl and Sit is the strongest ap- Â¬ fireen minutes at whkh time the choir ennext day and never did any thing for ties of war aud are now undermining the msde They are fnly equal for Home esting essay upon the importance of map tertained the Institute with some delightful pearance aeeuractdunibllits and service washing and doing other abundance of a long peace deny to the her and after Lancashire drawing people equality before the law and the to am 75 Watch Our co opelve Club System Queen l1 and instrumental music Prof Talbott gae the Institute a lecture work for nearly a week she had saved fairness and justice which are their right The manufacturers of same di brings them within the reach c f every en-llarrSwd enough to come to Lexington to see if Then the cry of American labor for a better After recess The purpose and Value of tke Movement of the Planets beupon the rect that they be flowed on German was discussed by Prof Siient Reading she could not get back her money from share in the rewards of industry Is stifled Fireman Fund The Institute then took recess for fifteen WATCH CLUB Talbott who spoke briefly upon the subject but when she accosted him he with false pretenses enterprise is fettering cause they have no body and National minutes after which Prof Talbolt gave a Kit 030 Clicctant St and bound down to home morkcts capital gring the teachers much wholesome ad- very interesting lecture on School Dis- ordered her out of his tent and while is discouraged with doubt and unequal and hence they will not cover and P O Box 228 PMIa Pa TTo refer t AGEflTS ny Com Total vice she was seeking work to pay her way unjust laws can neither beproperly amended therefore will require about twice raOTciiiAgencj I WANTED cipline Criticism Upon Reading was taken back to Louisville she was arrested nor repealed Clnbc Constaitly Fonrdas apriS 9m The Teachers Association occupied the the amount of paint to cover the The will Join How end Save Mcnej B op by A Patrick who was fol The cae seems to be a Inrd one and all the Democratic partyto continue with remainder of the evening power confided It the struggle to same amount of surface that any lowed by D if her story be true should be investi- Â¬ reform these laws in accordance with the F Thomas The reading CVCnYVVHERE Adjourned until S P M Friday July gated and the reason for tluw arresting pcdgesof the last platform indorsed nt the Pure Linseed Oil and Lead well WG want kazr13 class was formed and the recitation was fim mch aoth tSSS After- Â¬ conducted by Miss Stanley Harris iuuoct ut people brought before the ballot box by tin suffrage of the people rubbed out properly applied will MORNING SESSION JULY 20 iSSS wards the class was closely questioned up- public The girl was neatly dressed Of all the Industrious freemen of our land cover including the Immense tiller The Institute convened at the usual hour and has aroused Ihe sympathy of all of the soli majorityadvantago everyexces- Â¬ flEBnef n the best methods of teaching reading by fealn no from and was opened by reading and prayer by who have heard the story Prof Talbott sive laws bat the price of nearly everything they buy Is Increased by tho favoritism of an The mottea was made and seconded that Bro Mann unequal system of tux legislation The roll was called and the teachers all CONCERNING FARM3RS the teachers who were marked tardy at All unnecessary taxation Is-- unjust taxa- Â¬ noon be excused for this time Motion present tion it is repugnant to the creed of Demo- Â¬ The minutes of the preceding day read carried and the absentees excused Armstrong puid SS500 for cracy that bysucli taxation the cost of he Bride fuanesj natch v 3Bfr t and adopted Institute then adjourned the pooling privileges at Detroit and necessaries of life should be unjustifiably Â¬ increased to all our people Judged by DemA committee of three consisting of A B the sales aggregated 5100000 MOKKIKG SESSION JULY 17 1 888 ocratic principles the interests of the people Patrick Miss Mary Woods and O W betraj od when by unnecessary taxation The Institute convened at the appointed On Monday before Ihe races at Cleve Â¬ are Witt was appointed to draft resolutions trusts and combinations nre permitted to hour and was opened with services by the land 00000 was bet on the three races exist which while unduly enriching the of thanks aprlStr Ker J W Hughes Prof Talbott delivered a very edifying and on Wednesday let ween SbO 000 and few that combine rob the body of citizens The minutes of the preceding meeting by depriving them of the benefits of natural IV 90000 went into the box lectare upon the subject of School Laws competition Every Democrat true to gov- Â¬ were read and approved after which the Institute was highly enter- Â¬ Mrs Mary DtiKe lately sold her farm ernmental action is violated when through Writing being the first subject en the the same subject unnecessary tained by an address upon vast sum of mouey njfeatr aiLa fflnmnS mMmm noloa fhtlitii1 land far lieyond taxation a of 400 acres of choice blue-gMprogram was taken up and duly discussed the economical administration by our worthy Superintendent Mr R H four miles from Is drawn from the people and the cnaunels iu Scott county ly Misses Amaada Ceckriri Rosa Park Riddell Georgetown Price paid 75 per acre of trade ami accumulated as n demoralizing Lourinda Fain Stanley Harris Cassia After music by the choir Prof Talbott surplus In the National treasury The money Shearer and Messrs A Hamilton D K gave the teachers useful and instructing The Kansas wheat crop harvested ten now lying idle in the Federal treasury Are guaranteed to bo made of DEALER IN Thomas E P Campbell A B Patrick instruction upon the theory and practice of per cent above previous estimates and resulting from superfluous tnxationamouiit8 Waller Wipkler P D Broaddus and Prof to more thon 125oooooo and the surplus Pure Linseed Oil White Lead teaching will make a yield of 17500000 bushels collected Is reaching the sum of more than Talbott Watehee Clocks Jewelry 6Nver and Zinc and other purest and best The Institute then adjourned to attend on 1000000 acres The acreage of com 60000000 annually The subject of Mental Arithmetic Debauched by this Immcnso temptation was increased ten per cent over last Plated ware etc Sfeefol public worship materials They contain no water was introduced No 3 by Prof Talbott who year and is iu good condition aud gen- Â¬ tho remedy of the Republican party Is to benzine barytus or other cheap attentiea gives to EVENING SESSION clearly delineated the importance of this meotand exhaust by extravagant pppropiierally friefrom iusectdepredatlous Tho EIDREDQE E is sold with thcr atlonsand expenses whether constitutional materials will cover 300 square The Institute met at 130 P M sudy and its value in cultivating the mem Â¬ or not the accumulation of extravagant guarantee of being the BEST Prof Talbott talked to the teachers upon ory and improving the reasoning powers The North western Breeders Associ- taxation Jhe Demoratlc policy Is to en- Â¬ feet two coals manufactured and Mr Hamilton ation has opened the 240 class for a force frugality School Government IhatcanbeilADE E P Campbell B H Sale O W Â¬ iu public expenses by abol may2 tf put up only by Geo M Willging Good purse of 1000 to be trotted for during ishing unnecessary taxation Our establishWitt Miss Stanley Rogers B R Cockrill delivered a brief address on ing domestic Industries and enterprises Richmond Ky M ss Amanda Cockrill Price Wholesale AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES D F Thomas Order and How to Secure It and was the annual meeting at WiiKhhigtou should not aud need uot be endangered JJ M s Clay Tipton -Park Chicago on August 21 to 26 by the reduction correction of the burden of or Retail John W Tuttle Miss followed by Prof Talbott Mr B H Sale delivered a talk uon Hordes entered In the 234 class can en- Â¬ taxation On the contrary a fair and care- Â¬ I Ihe Newkirk Miss Mary Moores Miss LEADS THE WOULD Martha Wood and Miss Pattie Norton gave As Is the Teacher so is the School ELDREDGE MANUFACTURING CO ter in the 240 event as four days will ful revision of the tux laws with duo allow- Â¬ AT THE ance for the differnncc between the wages of some general intervene between the races made Prof Talbott 500 In GoM for General Superiority atCIn- tlieir method of teaching this important Promptly done aud is a worknasHfce American and foreign labor must promote cuinati iiMltutrtal alter UELVIDEKE III3 remarks to the teachers giving much useful though much neglected branch of study manner branch of lull trial 311 ltrwrc lesc Feb 22 6m MTU inmiTT Â¬ Mr Jas K Price has a piece of hemp end encourage every by giving such Indus Â¬ for all ordinary shades or colors After music by the chok the Institute ad advice and making many important sug trios and enterprise thorn assurgestions as to the manner of conducting on the Lexington pike that beats them ance of an extended mnrkot and steady aud Will make any shade or color to journed until 130 oclock P M Cash Paid for Oid Gold and Silver all so far He says it will make from continuous operations Iu the Interest of schools EVENtfIC SESSION OF Americnn labor which should In no event order B Patrick who at the commencement 1500 to 1800 pounds to the acre A be neglected the revision of our tax laws The Institute met at the appointed hour ext deer of the Institute was appointed Critic dis That it will average ten feet In height contemplated by the Democratic party SS7 Dont forget the place Prof Talbott introdaced Written Arith- Â¬ GEO WILLGING to the Post ofliee Rtebmosd Ky charged the dufies of his office with such and has not a particle of bloom rape 111 should promote the advautagoof such labor metic and in a lecture of some length CHICKEN gentlemanly courtesy and precise decision it The ground upon which it grows by cheapening the cost of the necessaries of jan4 rf Decorator in Paint and Paper Ejtc me teacneis many uselui and im as has not been broken for twenty years life In the home of every working man and 01 an prcsctu to wjn tne applause at the same time securing to htm steady and portant suggestionsin regard to the manner Nichulasville Dem remunerative employment The committee on resolutions made the Who can beat it Richmond Ky Main St of teaching this science successfully After following report ocrat Peerless Trartion and Portable Upon the question of tariff reform so closeÂ¬ mar7 tf demonstration upon the blackboard of sever Â¬ and Creamery Domestic ly eencerning every phase of our national Engines ON We your committee appointed on resoAgain we are indebted to the Turf ltfe and on every questlou Involved In the al mathematical The Steam Gfliiff Plows Engines examples a recess of lutions beg leave to submit the following fifteen minutes was taken RcsehxJ That the thanks of this Institute F U d and Farm and the indefatigable problem of good government the Democrat- Â¬ Gelscr Thresher and Cleaner Patent Yariabte FricÂ¬ are due and therefore extended to the citi Chester for the follow ing table of trot- Â¬ ic party submits Its principles and profes Â¬ After iccess the subject of Written sions to the Intelligent suffrage of the Ameri- Â¬ t Dogs tion Feed of Irvine Ky for the hospitality ex- Â¬ ters aud pacers the lattet In italics A full and complete stock of Sot Worts ami Arithmetic was continued by exercises on zens can people tended to its members Guide Saw JSSS with re- Â¬ the blackboard in reduction of fractions Rtsoktd That the thanks of this Insti- which began the season of STAPIiE AND FANCY rr A committee cousistlng of A B Patrick tute are due and hereby extended to the cords of230 or better and have improv- Â¬ VIEWING TIID PROMISED LAND It Is made out up to E P Campbell and Albert Hamilton was choir for the flue music furnished to us es ed their marks pecially would we thank Misses Bessie date and gives name description sire ppointed to prepare a program for the or Kiuale iena v niic uua 1 ipiuu utiire record at close of 1887 and present rec ganization of a Teachers Association for Neil Messrs Virgil Smith and Clay Lily Sqilatlcrs on the Ground Awaiting the tatest improved ami cheapest Saw 3Ua on tfco Knoh ed That we the teachers of Estill ord One would think that it would market Send for catalogue to tle Eill county Opening of an Indian Reservation GEISER MANUFACTURING CO The subject of Arithmetic was then re county do hereby extend our thanks to furnish a longer list than that of the Supt R H Riddell for the land and gen- new comers but it falls far short of it rarirE2e3s rciszLEi co ta snroed with exercises en the blackboard In tlemanly courtesy extended to each and We want agents and IhtKo oorrepoadenca QitKAT Mont News of the There arc twenty three to be added to interest every member of this Institute aprz 6m LEXINGTON KY JCtsthcd That our thanks are due and the brigade of new comers making opening of the Black Feet Reservation A motion was made and carried that the is uwniled impatiently here and therefore extended to Prof Talbott for the one hundred and thirty three all old Thousands of dollars worth of Inst tute convene during the remainder of throughout earnest and assiduous manner in which he while the table of those who have reNorthern Montana A chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ is session at 8 oclock A M and adjourn has conducted this Institute We would duced their records comprises but seve- lorge number of persons have gone to era It is more fatal to chickens than t ti oclock A M to attend worship in a rUn nteRd thanks to G W Stockton for Agents For Madiera Ceeaty all other diseases combined But the names The greatest reduc- Â¬ the reservation tolocaleranclies mines o iv by the Rev services rendered as Secretary of the Insti- - nty-six sepSSlj-J W Hughes discovery of a remedy fan positively tion is made by the paeer Harry Z and town sites The desirable valleys The committee appointed to prepare a cures it has been made and to be con- Â¬ Ptsehith That we extend our tliankt to eight and one half seconds Those are fairly covered with tents the greatJOHN DONELSON Program Association the powers that are in authority of this for the Teachers vinced of its efficacy only requires a beating est rUKh apparently being to the Big PjioriUETOR Wade their report which was accepted and church forthe ase of the room and finally who have become Immortal by apr4 tf trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for Gov are Flossy 216J Hill Sandy the famous hay grounds Sold 220 be it committee discharged one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ Rtuhcd That we the teachers of Estill 2 19L Guy 2161 Little Sell 2191 lers as well as civilians are on the The following persons were elected offi Patents Caveats ami Trad 3farks anteed If after using two thirds of county who have attended and given our Pennaut 219 Rare Ripe 219f grounds and when news comes that procured Rpjeeted Apptfmthxw Re Â¬ cers of the Association R H Rlddell1 attention have been very materially bene a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly Valkyr 210 and White Stockings the bill is signed there is likely to be a vived and Proeented All butiBees President B II Sale Vice PreHdent fiii satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken hv the instructions civen and the before the U S Patent Offlce prompt- Â¬ 218 among the trotters and Balsora rush Bullhock Valley beyond Fort knowledge obtained Miss Rosa Park Treasurer Cholera return it to the undersigned ly attended to for moderate fees and no i E P Carap Dr Assinlboiue isull staked off and the Is prepared with an experienced set of and your money will Crook 218 5 Bud kU Secretary The resolutions were adopted and the Wilkes 2191 Gray Hurry be refunded Low Rates charge made uoleas Patent is secured Palace Steamers of Lady tents of the squatter may be seen al hands to do all kinds hint ahouse building 219r West Send tor Inventors OuWe The Institute then adjourned till 8 committee discharged call Tour Trip par Week Stwra STOCKTON WILLIS along the valley of the Milk River and repairing Give Wllklns 2lSi and Roy WHkes 217 FRANKTJN H HOUGH DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND The Institute then adjourned dock A M Wednesday ayg 24 ly mar tf There is a tilverlode In the Bear Paw may 9tr Wasbingtoo D C amqng4fle pacers Eija Chaboynn Alpent 1TUTOC Hrrtcrill9 R H RIDDELL Supt OsoodA 8and 3mch Port MORNING SESSION 18SS Mountains that was located several ULT 1 St CUir OaUaad House iUito City Sec G W STOCKTOK Emy Week Car Setween years ago It is understood that several The InstituteconvcBed at S oclock A M Sm Wonders exist In tboncands of White Heat lonn bat are surpassed by the DETROIT AND CLEVELAND arn was opened y reading and prayer by parties are on hand watching to locate OousBtiwd snpfltiar to B oer wo- The remains of HIsaLIUIe Cleveland mnrveU ot Invention Those who tnnJ4Sreci Sunday Trips during Julj nd Anui t W July 1st 1ms come and gone bat this mine as well as to prospect for titan la IF wih ntf uzidMi M Bwton JL tfutlctotaraelfar Rcliabl and nre 111 need ol DrotltaWo ror that Br Pn X Trfflnontt ll Rev Edward Mann cousin ol President Cleveland were as iMuuuisnea dunK th mavnm canbedorjowhlle Hviiwat Homo should at OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS tho Tho who aui farnh a ml cemetery at Frankfurt some of my customers have uot come others Chlctgo Tribune once ceud tber auaretes to IlnJiett s C- o- 1ort- Minutes of the preceding day were read Interred In the 21tM and xaari Ttofcm wta be tttrcLUlied tn Mcartty preferred Uooey mi ocj were due July 1st and inna Maine auil receive Tree lull luiorma by your Ticket Aant or ddnu Ed The President has now signed Ufa of HEKRY WRQ BEEGHER wAt S ni approved Miss Cleveland died at Ouene Their accounts Friday tirn how either sex of all g enn earn Birlna-- M E B WHITCOMB Gw P Aaorr obliged if they come the Bill throwing open for eettlement It iltattnud Oat Dolbr Jj trap Ida i fer the rigatmes Nm iiv k m f mm tlotJn per clnT and udw--i- I wherever lbrpwig jnfaja dcLh nice Prf Talbott Introdaced the subject of mo Ksn last Saturday Bhe was I shall be much nm tence una lo You I titr h a thy live come are iitaned freeoverapital not DsirciiCtoelartd Steam Kailgatlon Ge mid pay up and suiurvtui of refreiHt n niu r bUtfimai Brooklyn JfY required the Indian Reservation in Montana oo lu a have maup have married a prominent iu 8- lnmary Grammar DKTBOIT MICH vriih some prelirar soon to lion paid to ptlRl V B WlUTB vr muut lrrtt iuso day at liitaworfe Ail ULCctl lfjnioytf apl26m twining mnp Tor rery mi uareb noY 80 ly ni7 remarks In which he gave the teach youoK gentleman of New York city aprir 6m tf ru Lcoal option prevails in seven of the eight precincts of Bmnimti county which litis given itsnnme to Kentucky whir ky among the outside barbarians There is nnd lias for tome time been considerable siekuesa among colored people here ami there was a ilealh every day List week except tSatunlny Paris KcntucMau Hon V C P Breckinridge has an- Â¬ nounced his candidacy for re election and the hemp men who have afltctod to believe thtit he was afraid to do no by reason of their opposition can make the most of It Dress the Hal The Novelties and New Goods in every department cause all who visit the BUSY BEE CASH STORE Â¬ Efficacy iS3 ooas an 55 Cincinnati chicag o eoriir Indianapolis MEFS Carpets BOYS YOUTHS and CHILDRENS CLOTHING Cloths Bugs Lace Curtains Curtain Poles Trunks Valises c JS a Cincinnati and St Louis t Ayers Hair Vigor RAMSEY OLDHAM 1 Cincinnati and Peoria HI Â¬ SMITH POWELL WW Â¬ i t BUY CHEAP 1la Olotaieri First and Main Streets Fire 1iisiinmce j i ad tb 11 A JB iy 3d P- re id i - jrs YB Â¬ r DK If Patent Mushy ir op PAINTS 8Sf way MADE OF fulfil Ben AJST Rnsm Cor - Richmond Ky cli lle 3BaflknfI S - BaSS kee the Kill I- - Â¬ arras OTHER- - mm a iuu y 3800 HATS CAPS Why not Insure in the Best olia Cheap Stuff to operatio Has ring liae par Â¬ ss mm it lc Umbrellas Walking Canes Handkerchiefs Hosieiy c tat tha 5- all 3aiwit A superb line of Cuffs Collars CraArats - t at en- - Â¬ fit Miryi li KEYSTONE 1 09 r A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men prices 9f5H n- - i ADRUFF Call and see my Latest Styles and learn da or It 3C23 els-S- ail WILLGIKGS I OVER- PURE MIXED PAISTTS Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro fusion Prices to meet the demands of the times jjs and you -s m - W B WHITE j ir as of y- - 4 fyf rent to ft isea Iiah eriu- - AND COLORS Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Shingles Laths Mouldings WiTCHMKEBJEWELEB can thn are not Raugli and Bressetl Hixmber B H MYERS Lime Cement Hair Main Street helow 2nd Presbyterian Church Bichmond Ky ti wer J- - 17 3i woo-fflces Â¬ SETTING DIAMONDS Â¬ i AGENTS WANTED 125 Per Gallon PEERLESS j Jxtioi FOUND Gasli ITlUbDiy REPAIRING 1 and X MSB I A IT TEH im Cholera Cure J- D DYKES3 North Second Street Â¬ Â¬ noe UD mm ASK FOR THE G L P G Remedy t Â¬ GROCERIES sup Â¬ Fails Â¬ KENTUCKY Confectioneries Canned Goods Creen and Dried Pruifc GUTHERSON LEY 51nt G ias STOCKTON WILLIS CARRIAGE WORKS Â¬ and plenty of every thing in my line This house is lis Contractor and Builder AOKIAC Wy Summer Tours PATENTS BiisiB i - J letter in DMffSWwaasafcsm - Strictly CASH Basis The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOUSE WANTED cil SUJABO 11 hr tE A loui TEIA li I 389 ST fc jncOOKMMl va r 8I t - ea itEi-- KJWHPJ iWT KS - Jv 3S - 1 5 1 Best specimen water colors Mrs Jtf Best mare mule any age Carothers 17 years old living on Arch Walkers K Reed Parle p and c Beard p and c farm gave birth to a bastard child on Best specimen orayon work Mrs M Best pair match mules Scott last Saturday evening She took it rOBLISHCD EVERY WEDNESDAY N Heed Parte Mrs W Ballard Hughes T S Moberley several hundred yards from the house BY THE Best two pounds butter Mrs W J Best pair match geldings John T pitched it In a sinkhole and threw Collins p and c Hughes Lexington W W Adams stones on it The proof Is clear in the Co Best two pounds cheese Mrs T J Lexington case and It will be tried as soon as prac- Â¬ Curtis p and c Fro entries Best pair match mares Wm Hue ticable Lancaster News Best loaf of yeast risFRENCH TIPTON C Edits- - ing Mrs M wheat bread J Stone Danville Hon Harp Lexlugtoui Purse The Kansas City Times contains a Wm G WHITE Jackson Mrs Trotting track 240 class a sketch of the life of Judge cut Walker 26060 30 and 10 per cent Best 3 in W and Campbell who was recently P- PRICE PBR YEAR 6150 Best loaf bread salt rising Mrs W 5 nominated by the Democracy of Kan- Â¬ J Collins Mrs 8 Walker McKeee Traynors Durkce 111 Riley Bros Moss Roee WEDNESDAY AUGUST zs 1888 3 4 2 sas for associate justice of the Supremo Best saddle of mutton John Peyton Ho Is a brother of F J Camp- Â¬ 4 3 2 Court KD Clarks bay gelding p and c Pattersou Bros Russell 2 2 4 bell one of the proprietors of Rock Beet baked ham Miss F Shearer Time 239 241 Castle Springs and like him ia a man MrsBFTevis Bicycle Race mile dash 8 B Death of flue mind indomitable energy aud Best jtlate of beaten biscuit Mrs B erage 1st T E Arnold 2nd A D Ruff unlimited ambition They have an- Â¬ C Potts p and c IS entries This 3rd other brother J P Campbell who i3 a FOR FRBSiDBXT was the greatest triumph or the day Running race Purse S150 100 30 banker at Clay Centre Kansas The Best fruitcake Mrs Mattio Alver GROVER CLEVELAND aud 20 J J Brooks and Bros Willie Campbells were raised here are strictly sou Mrs R P Fox OF JJEW YORK Carroll 1st Time 123 selfmnde men and deserve more credit Best sponge cake Mrs Willis Hiele than any men we know of Stanford THIRD DAY Mrs E Hume POR VICE PBBSIDBXT Journal Best geldiug oue year old and uuder Best Waek cake Mrs Mattle Alver ALLAN G THURMAN two R P aud J W Fox p and c son Mrs B P Fox TRIBUTE OF RESPECT Best geldiug two years old aud under Best white cake Mrs R P Fox OP OHIO three John B Chenault Willis Hlsle Mies Annie Urmston Whereas The Blackstock Baptist Best gelding three years old aud un- Â¬ Suuday school in the mysterious-providencBest Jelly cake Mrs Mattle Alvcr FOR CONGRESS der lour S A Deatherage eon Mrs O W Hisle of God has to record with sad JAMES B McOKEARY Best gelding four years old and over hearts but with full submission to the Best chocolate cake Mrs Mattie OF MADISON W W Adams Lexington G T Fry divine will the seperation by death of Alverson Mrs J B Willis Best gallon ice cream Mrs G B Winchester our sister and co worker with us Miss Best mare under one year old Shel- Â¬ Florence Dudley after a brief illness The man to be utterly pulver Turley Mrs R P Fox Best gallon sherbet Mrs J B Wil by I Taylor J H Baker Fayette In the bloom of womanhood That in jxed is Mr Wood Danlap of Lrii Best mare one year old and uuder her death our school has lost a faithful Co CMtw Kepablican candidate for lis S Diuelli Best two or more bottles Kentucky two J P Embry Trim Deatherage though quiet and unassuming member Ooagres6 against our Mr Jeems Best mare two years old and under While she was with us but a short time grape wine Mrs Willis Hlsle Mrs J McOroarj three Rayburn Baker Wm Rue Dan- Â¬ our aflectlons were won by her happy M Smith o Best two or more bottles Kentucky ville spirit and gentle piety She leaves iu Two Daish steamers collided Best mare three years old and under the memory of those who knew her a Waekberry wine Mrs T J Potts Mrs near Halifax last week awl the four Wm Rue Danville W W Adams lasting memorial of a life worthy of a Jefcer was sunk while the Thin T J Curtis Best one peck apples W Masters Lexington child of God salla was badly damaged One Best mare four years old and oyer Ueaofvcd That a leaf in our record liBndred and five persons were N K Bogle Â¬ Best lost mainly from St Paul and Chi Miss oue peck pears W Masters RobtL Patker Irvine Railey Wood- be suitably prepared comraemerative of ford Sallie Shearer the excellence of the deceased efs Best pony under 14 hands high J B Best one peck peaches W P Mitch- Â¬ Jlesdlvcd That the sincere sympathy Chenault Johu A Perkins ell Mrs T J Douglas A CUTTIV AX A SLASHIX of this school be and is hereby extend- Â¬ Best gelding any age W W Adams ed to the bereaved family of the de- Â¬ Best basket grapes L Schlegel A man named Dilger got his Pearcy Breck Lexington G T Fry Clark county parted who has left a legacy ol a good name in the Louisville papers last Best one peck Irish potatoes Luther Best mare any age Wm Rue Dan- Â¬ name which is better than much riches ville Lockridge Co wek He wa6 beating a woman Hadeu J P Tudor Respectfully submitted named Burns because she would Best oue peck sweet potatoes John Best double team regardless of sex C P SHURLEY Supt color or ownership W W Adams Lex- Â¬ not give him money Two police Â¬ Clark Mrs G B Turley D E Boney Secy men want to arrest himand he kill- Â¬ Best one peck tomatoes Launey ington Hughes and McClelland Best stallion uuder one year old C ed both of them with a Bowie knife Clay If Jones Best one peck beets Mrs B C Potts M Shearer It L Doty Their names were Jones and James Anderson died at his home the Best stallion one year old and uuder David Chenault place near White Hall Rosenberg Tltey hit Dilger se Mr Taylor in Madison county Ky on Monday veral heavj blows with their Best cabbage 3 heads Mrs Martin two CCChrismau Wm Irvine Best stallion two years old and under August sotli iSSS offerer aged about 55 clubs but he laid them out with a Mrs Potts Best cucumbers 1 dozen Mrs Alver- Â¬ three G W Deatherage R L Parker years He leaves a wife and several few rapid and well directed children Fayette Ihrusts He is now in jail The son Mr T J Potts Nartoleon T Bolton died of peritonitis Best stallion three j ears old and un- Â¬ Best squaeh S Mrs J H McDowell Louisville papers aitd there are at his home in Richmond Madteon county der four Wm Rue Danville Fanu half a dozen gave Dilger five Mrs D C Riee Ky on Wednesday August 15th iSSS Best watermelons 3 J T Handy J Coukwright after a two weeks illness aged about 50 or six columns apiece and had Best stallion fouryears old and ovor years He was a member of the Knights all the pictures in with diagrams W AsWII Wm Rue Danville Joseph McClelland of Honor by which order he was buried and other extras Dilger is a Best cantaloupes 6 J W Estill J Bourbon in the cemetery on Tuesday He held in II McDowell the order an insurance policy for 2000 dandy Best brood mare J H Baker Fay- Â¬ Best J bushel wheat J M Smith p ette county Wm Bennett PAR XMMLE FRATKUM and c 4 entries Best mare and oolt B U Foils Best bushel MeCreary is re nominated in bntltam i Fayette rye J W Higgln Best stallion any age Joseph Mc- Â¬ Remaining unclaimed in the Post B Taylor Ofllce at Richmond Ky week ending the Eighth Kentucky and C R Best bushel oats Sid Taylor p Clelland Wm Rue August 21 ISSS Breckinridge in the Second Ar- and c Best gelding four years old and over Harldy Mary Muncy Fred kansas Both these Congressmen Hughley Nmnie Best I bushel corn Madison County Geo F Fry Rollen Thomas Best mare three years old and under Kelly Robt are low taxers ami faithful servants Poor house p awl c Warlord Nannie P Million Cornelia of the people Breckinridge has Best gentlemans saddle Jehu Shut four Wm Rue Post Office hours from C a jr to 7 i Best stallion three years old and undistinguished himself a6 a lieuten- Â¬ er p ami c registered ant of Mills in the battle with Best bull Hnder one year old T 8 der four T A Elkin Garrard county M Money orderA and to 6 i ar letter hours prompt 7 si Wm Rue Reed McKinley and Kelley on Moberley p and c J B WILLIS p sr the Taxing committee of the Best bull one year old and under Best stallion four years old and over Johu Todd John D Massengill House and MeCreary was one of two T K Moberley p and c Best and fauciest double turnout re the first rebels against the rule of Best bull two years old under three gaidless of ownership J T Hughes Randall as the arbiter of all legis- T S Moberley p and c Trotting races class lation through the holding back of Best bull three years old and over Purse 200 00 30 and 10 per cent Best As Executor of James N Crulcher T S Moberley p and c appropriation bills The Herald I will on Best oow under one year old T S three In five sends greeting to both these pa11 1 RH Wilsons Thalia triots and wishes them the re- Moberley p ami c 233 Best oow one year oW and under Patterson Bros Duchess election they seem sure to receive Jas Longs Daisy L 3 2 2 ofter for sale publicly oh the premises two T S Moberley p and c Chicago Herald Time 24Si 245 246 4 miles from Richmond in Madison Best cow two years old ami under county Ky on the waters of Taylors Trotling on track Special for AXttTHKR PLOP three T S Moberley p and c class Purse 100570 120 10 Best Fork of Silver Creek one mile from Best cow three years old and over the Barnes Mill turnpike two in three Mr Alfred Surker of Now T S Moberley p ami c 33 York a Republican and formerly Best bull any age T S Moberloy p Ravburu Bakers Susie B O H Chenaulis coll- 2 2 of productive land with good dwelling a prominent manufacturer at In and c 1 1 house cistern at the dcor J H Ewallrf Merle Moore good barn UI have tle diawopolie writes Best oow any age T S Moberley p Time 266J 264 lasting stock water fine orchard highest regard for Mr Harrison and c school house churches mills and rcUKTH DAY shops convenient and great respect for his characBest bull and three cows or heifers Best slalllon under one year old J N Will sell as a whole or in parcels to ter He was my lawyer for twen T S Moberley p and c suit purchasers ty years but I cannot stand his Best jKHiy 16 baud and under Hundren Roy Roberts The land adjoins the lands of W T Best platform and for the first time in shown to idweton Wm Rue Johu B two Wstallion one year old and under Tevis Cole Moores Johu McBride J 8 Duncan Clifton Burgin W Embry ami others my Hie I shall vote the Democrat- CheiMult Best stallion two years old and under Terms liberal aud made known on Best boy rider under ten years old ic ticket this fall I shall do this day of sale three H M Jones ximnly on the tariff reform issue James Putt p ami c W L CRTJTCHER Best stallion three years old aud un 10 12 and fanciest model stallion Exr Jas N Crutcher and because Mr Cleveland hag der four W W Adams made an eminently satisfactory mare or gelding Miowu to haftir Best talllon four years old aud over President There are a great many Coiikwright ami Saul p ami c Best roekaway mare or gelding John DoIhii Fayette county W W ililo business men in New York who sltowu to roekaway ami Hsed as such Ail mis have heretofore supported the ReBest CiiinbiueJ stallion mure or geld Â¬ W publican party who will now WBest Adams p and c TIIB NEXT SESSION OF MADISON FE- Â¬ ing John Dolan W W AdHms and h a ltd rotuest turnout Hugle vote for Cleveland because his adMALE INSTITUTE WIII OPEN ON Best colt the get of Escort W L B White p ami c ministration has been so satisfac- S FaMest Hockaday O II Chenault 10 tory to the business interests of the ring J yearling rix limes around Best mare under one year old R W Monday 1 this country In fact that is the Trotting raceEwbry p and c Colyer W L Hoekailay Our Primary Department will he in 011 track Puree 5100 Best mare one year old aud under charge or Miss Nellie Gaugli our Music trend of sentiment among the bus ami o Madiou county stallions Department under Misi Kyle and two J N Hendren J P Embry iness men of New York Oue mik best two in three Burnam Best mure two years old and uuder Mies Howell will have care of our Art Bennett t Cos Department Yazoo The highly sati fuctory Wilcox thref Alex R PreawaLfcttfihe Xew Madison Cenntj awl Gibbs Randolph Bros work of these ladies iu their several Snowdeits Tom Covhmton Fair AttriatiM HcW Assst 14lb Best mare three years old aud under schools during the years past is the Each won two heats 24228J 287 irtb IHh ami 17th at Rick- four II W Nutter Scott county F H best guarantee they could give our ZJi4 ami Last heat abandoned patrons of future good work Ketttwkr Roadster ring best three In live S100 Burgin Fayette Besides these we have a full corps of Best mare four years old and over capable teachers in our Classical De SQS26SI5 FIRST DAY W V Adams Lexington dartment which will we think enable W B White lwv ja Hlk iwieU work tM Mrs Best gelding two years old and under us to do as good work as any Female College in the State h B White bay mare 2 2 3 three Kay Lackey Randolph Bros Mnupia Mrs W J Wages G B Taylor roan mareAll who have children to educate 832 Bert wonted quilt Mis Joe GiWw J T Hughes bay horse Â¬ Best gelding three years old and un- will do well to see us beforo making l11 Jtws Ash M Taylor arrangements elsewhere der four D 8 Lockridge N BRiley Time 246 2461 288 We thank the citizens of Richmond M Best geldiug four years old and over Calieo qntlt Mrs EMa Boh Bey Fastest bicycle rider mile dash Jno Dolan W W and vicinity for their liberal patronage Mrs W J Wages Adams iu the past and solicit a continuance of E E Mitchell 1st R E Turley 2nd Best worsted eemfert Mrs M I W D Best stallion auy age Jno Dolan O the same Alverson 3rd Jtsytwru p and e H Cheimult C P WlLLlAilSON SBCOND DAY Best white eouiitenane Mr B G Best mRre any age W W Adams H B O Haqerman principal Towelt Xai J W Powell Best wok under one year old W J W Nutter Best MMi lMMtnet Mfcs Bettie Frazier and J S Collins R p aud J w Best gelding any age John Dollan MtMMidml county FaBuie li White Fox W W Adams Best walking mare or gelding Bud t maehiRe made calton Best jack one year old aud uuder OF drees trimmed wkli ealieo Mrs L J two I Shelby Irvine Owen Taylor Dunn CNNorris Best jack two years old and under Pnsee Miss Luey Brandenburg Best stallion any age McKee Tray Land- Crop Best epeeimea of worted embroid- Â¬ three I Shelby Irvine J W Bowen nor Juo B Todd ery Pantile D Wlihe Mrs lliomas Best jack three years old aud over Best mare any age R L Parker H As Executor of Wm Shearer decd Watts and Herudou Bradford Falmouth Embry Walker P Roberts Iwill on the premises ij miles south of Bestspeeitneu bilk embroidery Mies and Irvine Best stallion mare or geldiug any Kirksville Madison county Ky on Bestjeunet under one year old T age Wm Rue McKee Traynor lattle MIHer Mrs W J CoIHbs Best specimen hemstileLing Trotting race on track 223 class Wednesday Sept 12th 1888 by S Parks LS Irvine Best jennet one year old and under Purse 4W 00 30 and 10 per cent hand Mha Margaret Patterson Mrs sell to the highest bidder the Farm Stock twoB F Deatherage N B Riley McKee TraynorsDurkeel 12 2 1 Crop Farming Implements Household M H Stockton and Kitchen Best jennet two years old and under Wilcoxs Tom Covington Beet fijH cimen of f ltk Kensington 2 2 112 estate of Wm Furniture belonging to the Shearer as follows Jas Lougs Nellie ONieL three L Shelby Irvine p aud c 33333 embrafdery Mise Lizeie Wilaou Mrs Four or five Cows and Heifers pedi Time 240 233 236 286 245 Best jennet three years old and over MoIHe WMeofl greed 2 Cows and t Calf S Yearling CatRunning race all ages mile dash tle Yoke Oxen Marc and mule Colt 2 I Shelby Irvine B F Deutherace ppeeimea of worsted Keiifing Best jack any age Watts and Hern Purse 150 S100 30 20 J J Brooks Horses 2 3 yearold Mules 19 Hogs and tOM embroidery Mrs Ii J Frazee p field 40 acres don 1 B Irvine Bros Willie Carroll 1st Frank Shoatsand Hay in Corp in Bacon Wheat and e Oats stack Lard Uncle John 2nd R Ba Â¬ garden and orchard Fruit Poultry Best jennet any age L S Irvine p McCallbis Beat epeetmen of Arrasine Kensing c Farming Implements of all kinds Houseker Cos Tom Barlow 3rd Time aud a 8 entries lou embrwitlery Mrs G W Willis 18 hold and Kitchen Furniture Piano in Best jack two jennets and eolts L 167 entries fact all the personal property This farm Shelby Irvine p and c Best ten y arils home ruade jeauf contains NEWS PARAGRAPHS Mrs Eddie Millie p and c Bst jaek colt the get of Bourbon -3 -Beet teM yards bome made flannel Chief Owen Taylor R P and J W is one of the most desirable farms in Twenty 6hares of Paris Deposit Bank and Fox Mrs B F Deatberage p and c The land is all in a high Bert mule colt the get of Bourbon stock sold prlvulely last week at 111 the county Best ten yards of bome made rag state of cultivation well watered with a per share carpet Mrs B C PotU Mrs Mary A Chief W J aud J S Collins No 1 brick dwelling together with all necBest mare mule uoder one year old Mltltea The official majority of Myere Demo Â¬ essary out buildings of every kind consisting of a new tobacco barn good Best pair liome made UanKets Mrs Dudley Tribble T J Cnrtla cratic candidate for sherifl in Casey is barn ice house two tenant ahouses stock etc Best mare mule one year old and 127 The same county it is said will A never failing well V J Ooliis Mrs B J Patton of water near the bome made wool lioe Mrs under two John B Parkes Scott Hud- - give Gen Wolford 400 to 500 majority dwelling This farm Is situated in a first Bst ialr class neighborhood sou Garrard county and is convenient to 8 Taylor Mrs W J OoHius Tho nows comes via Catlettsburg that turnpikes churches post office c and Best mare mule two years old and Best pair bome made half wool hose within ijj miles of Elliott Institute at uitder three Joe MeDoweil Favette the Hatfields aud McCoys have been at Kirksville one of the best male and female Mrs Abbs Waget p and c it again and in a pitched baftle the Hat schools in the State and the land is well Best pair bome made glares or nilia oouuty Soott Hudson Garrard oouuty mare mule three years obi and fields had suffered a loss of three killed adapted to the arising of corn wheat Best Mies ut4i51ilnVet Mrs MM Iks Jaek- over Joe MeDoweil Favotle county and two wounded and the McCoys but heuip and tobacco End in fact will produce SU4I any crop raised in this part of the country three wounded T S Moberley Res 1air Itome minle eotton with no worn out land on it Possession Dr Hocker received a dispatch yes Â¬ will be given of the farm on day of sale I5et hwe raule under one year old Mr Xui Wage Mr D II Mjwm terday stating I hut Dr T H Wright or as soon as the terms are complied with Bf s li pny f em flwen w J T J Datwh p ami c Any one year obi ami who had a ptirl of big tongue cut out ctll on orwwhing to luok nt this farm will Bet brw mule 8p i mi Mi s Marjr Hume address the undersigned execuH t It ml Ixxjuw Miv J under two Scitr Hudson Garmrd I Fome lime ago bad died hi Oceola Mo tor at Kirksville Kv or O T Wallace at Tlu ilfMili county p and r I B- Mixi MS111I1I1 J New laud agfd Point Leavell Garrard county Ky Besi liufe mui two years old and 44 which cocu ied a wvek ago at his Terms made known da of sale Person w painting on china Mis H si Sums of 10 and alty will be sold under tlire Carotuen Beard Lex- - botne at Preichersville reniuvs a use Â¬ der cash over 10 credit till January un Fbtr t Kirmvv Miss Sallle EMr 1st f ful citizen from the county Stanford tSSg witn 6 per cent interest notes negoRt-- tjxxjuieu oil jiainting Mb Jiigton p ami c j tiable and payable in Madison National Beet horse mule three years old and Journal Florece Barlow Mis Maltie Mc Bank Richmond Ky over John B Parkes Joe MeDoweil Doweil Mary Alice Royston colored about I 10 12 JAMES SHEARER Exr THE CLIMAX Climax Printing CEHTRAL UH1VERSITY THE NEXT SESSION WirIi OPEN BYERT DAY A BARGAIN DAY -- Wfldnfisiiiiv Sept 12 Â¬ Tho Prepabatoky Department la under the supervision of the Faculty and no pains will be spared lo make this A1V S fore Madison County School ON MONDAY AUGUST 27th 188 A- - if Democratic Ticket -- WE WILL OPEN -- FI N Hi LI N ill OF all that can be desired Our aim fcrto prepare boys for College and at the time give a thorough practical educa Â¬ tion to those who can not lake the reg- Â¬ ular course Special attention will be given to Writing Composition Book Keeping aud Civil Eugiueering Attention Is called to the following communication from one of our pa- Â¬ trons a prominent citizen of the com- Â¬ munity Mr Burnam slates clearly the methods pursued and the character of work done in this department of the H J Strangs Louisville University Richmond Ky June iSth iSSS Chancellor of Central University My Dear Doctor Last fall I started my oldest son then in his twelfth year with some misgivings as to the wis- Â¬ dom of the step to the Preparatory Depart- Â¬ and during the ment of your college second year which has Just closed my special and critical attention has been con- Â¬ stantly directed to the conduct of that de- Â¬ partment and I wish to bear voluntary testimony that he has received careful patient and thorough instructions from those in charge and has made gratifying progress not alone in the studies pursued but also in mental training and capacity for application The system pursued in the department is one that trains the pupil to think reason logically and remember Observation has impressed me with the conviction that few persons or even professional in- Â¬ structors have the aptitude to impress these educational characteristics upon the minds of young boys You have been fortunate in securing instructors for this department who arc gifted in this respect and I earnestly hope that their services may be secured premanently to the young boys of this community and that the high grade of proficiency that now obtains in this department may continue I am very truly yours A R BURNAM J65For further information and Calaloguo apply to 5- - Dr L H BLANTON Last month we promised you to make the month serve as August by giving you prices that are usually made in August We will now do better by making every day a BARGAIN DAY AND DRY GOODS OLOTHiiraBoots and Shoes irzL iL J kZ5 CUT PRICES ALL TO PIECES Â¬ We have more goods than we want they 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 of any description down j - died Ii H BLANTON Chancellor Â¬ AND A FULL LINE OF GENTS- ry Goods the that a BEAUTIFY lOUtt LAWKS SfS prices are away de- Â¬ FURNISHING GOODS -- Clothing WA want Clothing of any Dont forget if you description that the prices are away down Patented March 22 87 FOLDING LAWN SETTEE IN LETTERS Â¬ teyis IME3CT 10- - zbigooik - if you BootsBoots andShoesany jj and Shoes of want Tho Peer of all lawn Seats Abovo cut represents our patented Settee The only Settee over made that will adjust itself to uneven ground Light durable bandsomo and strong Painted bright red and ornamented Prices Settees SI 50 and 250 Chalral50 Rockers 300 each They all fold flat If your dealer dont keep them ask him to order for you from AHEEIC AIT FOLDING CEAI GO 1301 to 1323 N Main St ST IKIUIS Mo 41 15 Â¬ -- OOOe TO POST OFFICE Â¬ LAI FOR SALE RICHMOND KENTUCKY cash or produce scription that the prices are away down Dont forget if you want Hats of any description that tho prices are away down Dont forget if you want anything at ah that is usually kept in a first class store that I have it and at prices that are Hats Â¬ IggliOur terms will be down down down Â¬ WGdnesdaySeptSSS and a perfect cyclone on high prices We Want Youi To send us for one of our 40 H J STEKTG Mammoth Louisville Store SSO BOTFLIES BBINKIlEY BRO cents EOHLEFI CO XAXDUV CATIXAX STOCK Â¬ OI3SrOXJiT3SrATI 200000 DO OSZEO 6 in FARM WRENCHES Light Handy and Strong vrilt Outtrearond Out- Â¬ last tvro Ordinary WreBcbes Asr This set consists of a Rosewood ITantHe and four interchangeable blades S ciwr driTere oad 2 chisels OUing same aU packed in a neat wood box This toous constantly list nil everywhere around the houw nt the office In tho wiop on the fanu St nt free on receipt of 60 Â¬ Â¬ Bt Household S D Set Eliiucn LARGEST STOCK OE Â¬ MAACFACTCREI18 OP Ask Your Local Dealer Â¬ Â¬ Sept 1888 Â¬ i6 Proprietors and Sols Users of Improved Perfection Fifth Wheel All Work Guaranteed as Represented SEND FOB CATAXOQUE 10-3- 5- Business and Pleasure Vehicles Sechlers A HOT CAMPAIGN TIib National Contest for them if ho has Dot cot them he wlH get them foryou or we will either on receipt of prie as above Send stamp for OHr illustrated cataÂ¬ el logue iTtT BB BBk99a5a0 ELLRIGH CO Plantsvlllc Conn 51 21 0THIMG 39 Hats and Furnishing Goods ftTHffr FIGHT I lkt Je Ikm-hp- - Residence and Grounds well Improved for Sale Desiring lo remove South I oiler lor sale privately my house and grounds at Union City Madison county Ky The house is n frnme weatherboard ed plastered and papered with large windows weighted gush inside blinds htalned glacs in hall The house con- Â¬ tains six rooms with latticed veranda Uriel chimneys aud good kitchen with grates A well of soft water 26 Another everlast Â¬ feet deep at door ing well iu the yard and poud in lor that never goes dry Buggy house good stables nnd other building Fine young orchard and excellent garden THE ONLY RELIABLE CAMPAIGN PUBLISHED BOOK Propr AShnmon Liver MedicineEstd onrt DEFEATS I Jfnj 7 r Regulator Estd by ZeilimSoS o i ai na tor 47 years in cured iNDiGisTtoK Biliousness i lUinivICX IIKADACKELOST ArrxTiTi Sodr Stomach Etc 1 Jveams Iastor it if 1 Church Adams Tenn writes -k Tho Original Wins CF Simmons St Louis With the most Authentic and comple biographies of w Cleveland h Thurman Harrison Morton together with the platforms of both par- Â¬ lies Tariff by Kelley and Carlisle Presi Â¬ dents Message Blames Review of the Presidents Message Election Statistics etc 5000 Agents Wanted to supply millions of intelligent votes Time is Short Strike Quickly Show the book and it sells itself Write at once for illustrated Circulars and Terms free CINCINNATI i auDuia nave oeen dead but lor your Genuine M A Slm- uiuu iumionc i nave sometimes had to subsUtute Zeilins stuff for voar Jfedl one but it dont answer the purpose ur J k Uraves Editor The 1 We can not give you a in Richmond house and lot or a gold watch and chain with every Suit or Hat as we dont ask you that extra profit but guarantee to give you more and better Hafetft EXECUTORS SALE Stock and I receirpi4 a Medicine and have used half of it At wotas line a cnann I want no better Liver Regulator and ccr- tainly no more of Zeilins mixture nlrMMMT Clothing Furnishing Goods con- Â¬ than you ever got before for same money 49 40 Tlic Grounds Contain 6 Acres with good pout and rail fence all round and h beautiful grove of locust trees nn an acre in extent The grounds front three hundred feet on the principle street of the vil- Â¬ lage and my olllee is in a neat atid convenient drug storo immediately on the street I deiie to sell my flock of drugs along with the property There i room for a Mock of fancy groceries should the purchaser wish to add such goods to the stock Union City Is n nice orderly village on tile Richmond and Jacksons Ferry turnpike seven miles from Richmond and six troru Kentucky River and has two general stores post ofllce express facilities two blacksmith shops with wood shop one saddlers shop a school house with Masonic Lodge brick church occupied by two denominations Several roads centre at Union City I have practiced medicine at Union City for twenty years and know it to be one of the best country locations in A reasonable price and easy terras are oflered I refer by permission to Drs Jen- Â¬ nings and Poyntz niu Oahler J E Greeiileaf 1st National Bank Rich- Â¬ mond Call on or address me at Uinon City 8- A dress PUBLISHING CO IDHU idFM iigiiinki Durgiars ana lire Dy pur Â¬ chasing a burglar proof and iirc proot Owing to backward spring we have cluded to i6g Elm Street S Cincinnati o o uuiim CDT DOWN OUE STOCK which is larger than ever and in order to do so we will almost sell them at Educational Jury of Worlds Exposition S-A-ZtT1 Bt Â¬ Ery5 Bon L Butorl Hod J G Ciotda Bodlu Iloa LmIjUu TT O Cocm Â¬ Every merchant every farmer every man every professional man ought to have a safe Account books ac- Â¬ counts notes checks receipts money jewelry and other valuables can be kept trom all harm at small expense business al 3l03EE5S Â¬ Hon Lmob SmltS RtT T IlUImfcn MUl 8c C S Buum With Got J Vf Hoyt Chairman and Mom BaLa aon of France composed this dlsllniralfhed Jtirr The Educational Exhibit at Worlds Expotltton was the entndnt ever made and was under ths uptrvltlon of the United Stales Government Brotlttr VaorelUa Cfcrisliaa Brot Bebool THE CARY SAFE CO West Eagle St Buffalo N Y 3FOne of the Carey safes can be seen at The Climax office 51 25 32 Your Own- Price - COME AND SEE THE-- Â¬ Kentucky Profs E W and YV It Smith oGtcera of the Commercial Collese of Kjr UnlTernltr IiCxinston KTo who received the Goht ilafat and Dtpktxxt nt Honor for SyBtem ot Book keeping and general Bnslncu Bdocatlon will send free ol charge a arceengravlnE17x3lnrheof this Jury with their Ulmtrated circular ot their Bcsxxess Coixbie and special ties ot Short Hand Wrtttna Type Writing TrtecrapAv etc U teachers are em ployed In their Institution and 1000 students were In attendance the past year Address W1LDUK It SMITH Lcxlneton Kx 10 Â¬ le Residence - Rwwetfully Pit JOHN W HARRIS K forito or Hint FINEST GOODS NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PEIC GrovefGleveland ever named for same quality of goods at -- ne Â¬ - i fj8 T7o3mnl Kxl pro Msaceil the Sert tot nub AmiSiB MEAT CUTTER 022At I wiah to cell privately or rent the new two story Â¬ 11 Sraatn ainco Mot Bcrapplt CnxtaettM UuafciirSleli Ac Jtc Â¬ t 8 17 Secoml Street in Richmond Ky next to the Muj S Turner property Five rooms two ball 2 story porch pRpMonrecetploria and verandas mid all necessary out AMERICAN MFG C0J buildings inoludiiic 8iabl Good cis-Â¬ 3d k WMMMtoB At tern Lot G0x200 feet House aud all - rwwswjw xnnew buildings 011 1- FRAME RESIDENCE iu rrrmkSiZZtJ3 iBOr Â¬ ana UBpuu Eva V ttTMed to U t l h St ProtM UlanU4 wttlLUMt jortnla m tcrtnia aa a IWD aid wojSi Maa CLXVJXJUm ti a aooikw WjJHjr rf AliEH O TmrSkilf Ilia U tlaiU to Ztn tic4 to aw PW azacrtlLlTUbCitlltlrrkleTUn St the oldest Clothing House in Kichmond J2St 7 11 ri trllr UHUokunL J msy2 tf B Writt lor bU paitaialan aal IbmUI TrM - GEORGE H MYERS STQOTEE FSrst Street r rT The Clnb Party Murphy of Frankfort and Miss Clark of that ho town in the State taking size The most elaborate entertainment THIM COLUMN of the Lexington were is Richmond on Friday Into consideration drinks more whis M that given by member of en rout home from the springs riiMsDW AUGUST 32 1S8S MadHott Club at their nalaiol A man was in town yesterday and said key and has more disturbances from a protracted church was in progress dMBond on last llmrsday Hon Ad White of Alabama accom- Â¬ Iheettt ctaof It than Berea If Klrver night Aug Creek was n stream of pure whiskey out in his country jTtolcri Kro Do jouseer was Kttlc less brilliant than the panied by his brother Thos White Esq It We had a heap of fun gcing in wash Â¬ a ago and nearly equal to vkited his brother in law Col Wm tree in everybody I do not believe there Shearer iiiHiin s asc 01 fv chamibafCia the leap year party Irvine and othershere last week Mr would be any more drunkenness in the ing with the girls remarked one of the e SipUmN lih IK iMtwiatcr One hundred and twenty White was formerly Congressman from Glade thau ire now have under local party who recently went from here to option In the Yates district we have Old Point Comfort TTanv Henderson will preach to-- wrjMMtiwre Rtv present besides Saxton thk district ui Mcthodnt church TW Orchestra of seren men At 9 Mkt Mary Deatherage at the home of five distilleries whetc licker can be The Red House is not red John Biack lb had by the quart never had a local ucilllectarcat Mr Ram- - HfccVUie deors opened and by 10 a her brothers Messrs Allen Joe and Wil- option law there and jet with all this is a white man who liyes down on the oat feMonabte cdllectwn or river and John White is a black man who home peo liam Deatherage the Fox plao three self destruotlon and social tresspass s t postponed fnM lost night pte and vkkors was present Anjmmac miles out pn the Lexington Turnpike we have not had for many years any lives in Richmond Arts JatetarpauHR covered the parlor floor gave a most delightful party on Friday disturbance of the peace caused by Among other reasons assigned by Gov- Â¬ was occupied by numerous night to Miss Annie Clay of Mt Sterling i la Jen returned fiwn Cm- licker I have been In Kingston ernor McCreary in a recent speech before graceful dancers The aotd acaref w n where he handi More than sixty oung people were pres- Â¬ why salt should be put on licker being sold Congress wwkofUtcbost tailors and dressmakers ent and a bouetiful supper was spread nearly two years lie i u nd the market off by the quart all that time in the town the free list was that the Democrats are the ooantry afibrds was manifest At u Everybody endeavored to have two churches Vaiin County Teachers Ineti- - a bonntiftil lunch prepared by Mackey time than everybody else and thea better school public close at haud a high going to salt down the Republicans next result school and Sabbath November and itll take a heap of salt to t fc ion at the Presbyterian was spread in the spacious dining room was a grand success Thk is Miss Death school in the corporate limits ami not do it acJ bv Prof M KtMott e aft long table capable of scaling forty erages first effort at entertaining and all a drunken man lias ever been seen at persons The Pineville Messenger pauses amid present pronounce it equal to the best any of them nor a single disturbance the clink of pig iron tK Sundychoet Conven Â¬ and the rumbling of The book kept in the oSSee of the Club tion at Winchester havifur Miss Mary Belle Miller has secured a at any ofthe churches or schools Can lumber to remark A fire fiend is not a a It will cioe to mor for the registration of visitors shows that position as music Berea with her local option and three respector of persons or places 116 were present at the party a teacher in a Tennessee A des- Â¬ year ago mile law on top of it say as much res tructive blaze broke out recently in the or only two more than were present this school which is fortunate for the school These are facts and arguments not cemetery at Cynthiana Kyi and after lick- Â¬ made a fine mite exhibit on Hie thne Of the ladr visitors last year only Miss Lucy Miller has accompained licr si like some used In the late campaign in ing up the grals devodrcd tile wooden fow were present this year Of the vkR skier Mm Henderson to her home at Brownsville Texas Mr James Miller the Glude but facts that are true This tombstones -- ic Fair company a beautiful ing gentlemen last year only six were ebons that the more you agitate the present this year er the home ladies has returned to his home in Mississippi Here comes that bad man Walton temperance question the worse you year only ten were present thk vear and Mr E Field Miller and wife will last again That weak invention of the ran has been feNtag 6tae Fri- - Of the thirty five members follow in a few days The Miller residence make it Let every man be his own A- - n of the Club judge of what he eats and drinks and 1 enemy to injure Belva Lockwoods chances Hie branches and creeks are present last year t only eighteen were pres Â¬ oh Lancaster Avenue will be 6old but dare say the country will be much bet- Â¬ for the presidency viz the charge that Miss Mary Belle and Miss Lucy will be j aud lucres a beating tide in ent thk year hae she does not wear a bustle has been si- Â¬ a residence built on the adjoining vacant ter off Kt The visiting tedfes at last Thursday You cant force men Into temperance lenced by the lady herself who it is said lot quietly remarked Neither does Grover r oji1 has secured rooms on evenings party were Misses Jessica nor can you force men to be Christians W Va Annie I Ms open a Campbell Wheeling but tbo way to accomplish these things nor Benny for that matteri Belva is - - ana m ALCORX right Grover doesnt need such an appen- Â¬ Lelia She i a vocalist of rare Crozton Winchester Croxton Is by moral suasion and education Jr 5 Winchester Annie Burgess Maysville ar J s promised gaad classes The distillers of the United States dage and the son of his grandfather would Died on the 12th Inst Ellas Tuu Lida Burgess Maysville Mattic Lester since 1661 have paid taxes amounting look even lower and more stumpy with Z i were three colored funerals in Washington D C Lula Standiford gets only child Fever was the cause to more than 51000000000 are they one j Monday Stephen Lipscomb Lexington Mary MeKinncy Stanford j Opening or Elliott Institnte The continued raius will make com not entitled to the privilege of selling l of ears janitor of the Chrk Jennie Fox Mt Sterling Jessie Williams and full grass better Hiau was expect- Â¬ their products after pajiug to much This institution will begin its next a child of Luke WfflfcuiM Cynthlanaj David Chenault Lexington ed for the support of the Government session on Monday August 27th The oman EeteMe LeWw Georgetown Eunice Tom Dont rob us and abuse us too Give Patton Lyttle of Drip Rock was at us a chance We are human beings as catalogues which can be obtained Mn Jackson Tcnn Helen Mussleman by calling on the principal study prcltiett and most stylish this place visiting A H Williams well as CnthianaXdlie Lyle JianviUe Mary jou and are therefore entitled rales of luilton of board c Prof n Richmond have jast been O wings Mt Sterling Hattie Owings Mt his nephew this week to protection of our lives liberty ami Elliott will have for the coming year the Powell addition by Mr Sterling Pattie McDowell Fayette coun- Â¬ Mr Sidney Q Lainhart of this place properly under the law who know precisely bow as his first assistant H H Rumble ty Ella Shanks Stanford Annie Shanks says Mr F calls whisky a poison it is who is a graduate of Bethany College he killed a grouud hog the other and does it in short order gl Stanford Una Tevk Holden Mo An Â¬ uay mat was trespassing on the not true it is a stimulant He calls aud who fur two years tatuht in the 1 lompson formerly of Ir- - nie Carey Booneville Mo Mrs W M pumpkin vines that weighed thirty the business of a liquor dealer a ne English and Latin departments of that - icr of one ef the Winchester Beckner Winchester Mrs W T Brooks seven pounds anil says its been no farious business not true it Is a law- Â¬ institution He comes highly com- Â¬ Park Mrs J B Parrcnt Memphis ground hog case at his Co a slight kick on the knee house since ful business more honest titan half the mended by the president and faculty A few hoar later he be- - Tenn Mrs II F Embry Louisville Baker and Williams are btiving up a ministers of the Gospel He says the of Bethany College for his thorough- Â¬ The ladies from Richmond and vicinity car load of hogs rated and his death is raffle in spirits kills one hundred ness as a scholar for his fine which they are aiming executive were Misses Bcttie Arnold Mary to feed and hbip this fall If they dont thousand men annually nut true ability as a chrlslian gentleman Hume Minva Phelps Rella Harber Marie These big figures have been made up With its healthy location its plain pin Press says Messrs Harber Minnie Letcher Annie Letcher get prices lo suit them at home by men like Mr F who are over zeal- Â¬ intelligent people the cheapness of v tt person bought of L P Tarl- - Lizxie Bennett Mary Bennett Eloke Ben- Â¬ ous and looking only for big figures to board and tuition its good discipline SPEEDWELL od Stock Farm the bay nett Callie Chenault Annie Chenault scare people with It is true that some its thorough teaching added to the fact Rj unlay by Imp SMar- - Mattte Chenault Maggie Chenault Mattie people kill themselves by drinkinr that Klrksville is a prohibition town Mrs G M Berry of Lexington is simile by Enouirer for Bronston Lula Bronston Delia Ramsey licker It is true that the railroads Elliott Institute oilers fine advantages Mary Burnam Nettie Stockton SalKe visiting relatives here coal oil electricity steam boilers and for the education of young gentlemen Cobb Bessie Rayburn Emma Dejamatti Elder Wnlden was a little better and many other useful tilings kill thous and young ladies and for Ihe prepara- Â¬ Real Estate Agents u Kvt Lirac Jctt Mrs C D Chenault Mrs M went home Monday morning ands every year Is that any reason tion of teachers 10 E McCord esai yard property C Heath Mrs G W Willis Mrs D R 1 A heavy rain with considerable why we should destroy them Baldwin f this city for The best medical authorities ac- Â¬ Fortnan Mrs G W Bvans Mrs J J You good people in the Glade want a Mr Iialdwin wut open up wind and hail fell on Saturday last Brooks Mrs R L Gentry Mrs J E to turn your bad boys loose on the knowledge the value of Ayers Pills the coal and grain business A B Wages bought of T J Smith country and yell at the business people and prescribe them with the utmoet Green leaf Vkitmg gentlemen Dr Ed Pcarce eighteen head of steers weight 1100 In the vicinity look out here comes confidence as the most eflectual reme- Â¬ for diseases by myboisget everything out of their dy the stomach caused and derangements Wednesday a horse be- - Lonkville Dr Joltnstone Danville Dr pounds each at 3J cents of liver bowels It V irphy colored of Lex- - James Letcher Danville Messrs Reed Dr A J Snowden of Right Angle way and let them go free from any Would it not be better temptation oli the plank fence and Rogers ML Sterling Dawson Thurston ClHrk county was prospecting here To Real Estate Owners plank eight inches iong Mt Sterling Thos J Moberky Fajette last week with a view of locating here to teach your boys by moral suasion to As we are almost daily in receipt of V into the breast do right and at the same time keep letters of inquiry for land for He is coanty W T Brooks Paris FIcm Poore to practice medicine sale iu St Louk Thomas Hughes Lexington control of them yourself instead of this county we have determined to issue The congregation which met at the turning them m C Walker Cincinnati Luke Pettus looe on the country a printed list of all lands in our bauds litem Tribbie Lexington Sifcu CobbOmahaNebraska Christian church Suuday promptly Your boys are worse than my uhieky for snle Those wishing thus to come paid oil a small debt which remained simply i ihtd two or three weeks because you dont try to contioi in contact with parlies who waut to J C Milter Catlettsburg C Bradley ruled by Mr W F Fran Lexington E WHIk Slvelbyville Frank on the church 80 we are happy them buy farms will do well to call and see it will be the largest and Smith Lexington Al Walker Lawrence W H West sold to A B Wages You have laws to protect jou in me Bring with you a written descrip- Â¬ moment in the Richmond burg C Grubbs Mt Sterling W G Friday eight head of cattle weighing every particular Druukenness abusive tion of your farm and have your iat is saying a great deal Dunlap Lancaster Jack Gatewood Mt from 700 to 1000 pounds n mixed lot language breach of the peace racing minds maths up to sell Put a fair price a sm Sterling Thos Biggstaff Mt Sterling cows heifers and steers realizing from on highway and hundreds of other on your property and we w ill sell It for The Pair G W Lyle Park E Grubbs Mt Sterl- Â¬ 2 to 3r cents small odenses are punishable by law you Smith Powell Jjt- Richmond Fair last ing Hart Brown Fayette county J C Shall it be called 10 12 Real Estate Agts Mrs Hughes of Louisville and her Is not that enough oery way saocosofiil and Vaughn Stanford A Bush a crime to sell a man a quart of licker Clark coun- Â¬ children Gracie and Nettie have - ol praise for the young reÂ¬ for For Want of Capital ty J K Faulkner Lancaster medicine The Glade says so turned home accompanied by her InchoH of stock was good The gentlemen from Richmond and sister Mrs W D Logeileu It beats hell this is what Mr Fee we nre compelled to urge our friends a large attendance The and her patrons to come nnd pay up their vicinity not members of the Club were two children Willie and Bessie who says the licker man said al the vot Â¬ and a about 500- ing place in the Glude How camp accounts We need money to run our Dr S M Letcher Dr C S Holton will spend a few days m that city business and hope you will do so at Messrs W R Shackelford W S Mob 500 Filly SHd Mrs Hughes has made fur herself him to say it Very Respectfully erky Thos J Smith Jr Harvey Chen- many friends here and we hopo He knew that these temperance folks once Travnor sold for Mrs Xeale she 10 13 ault Lacy Bright Curtk Hume T C will come again were on the grounds with hundreds of Stockton Willis by Vatican to Sharp - lu Curtis George Evans Samuel A Phelps dollars to buy votes for local option county for f 500 TJtnery The meeting at the Christian church tfvny It and it will be proven He suiv Short Time Only Tho P Dudley Jr Waller Bennett W is well bred on dams side R McDowell Charles Breck R H Mc closed Suuday with six confessions n Deputy Sheriff from Richmond All persons indebted lo J J Brooks nc breeding she gets from and one added by letter By reason of armed with a big rtvolver and his sad prior to 1883 will please come and settle llto quite promising Mr Creary The members present were Senator Elder Waldens sickness the meeting tile bags full of hand cuds to put on by note or cash atonce All claims not c lu r a quarter in o seconds had to close much to the regret of the any man that might say a cuss word settled promptly will be placed hi the ner in 40 seconds Vatican Jehn Bennett Dr A W Smith Dr G public eeoerally The interest had and carry him lo jail He saw thai hands of a collector W Evans Dr M C Heath Dr J C 10- xl horse and his cons are m Morgan Messrs J Stone Walker J C become inteuse M Elliott had to every ollicer of the election was a local Urinkley liros Hughes C D Chenault J E Greenieaf leave Saturday evening to meet en- Â¬ optionist some of them electioneering They will open in the Tevis Block He will conduct the In- Â¬ for the caus G W Willis Samuel Bennett D R gagements He saw the free lemon- Â¬ He Bock Castle ade free coflee free victuals money next door to lOst oflice in Richmond B Hume F IL stitute at Mt Vernon Perry pretcriprion clerlf at FormanJ J Brooks E Adair F B Carr A F Dudley G w county this week and at Richmond and women that were there to intimi- Â¬ on Monday Aucust 27th Call and tore went to Louis ritlc on Phelps W B Bright W S Hnme D next week date voters and cause them to vote con see them They mean to do a low id his risinhisliun before 10 W Triable M G Y Forman E T trary to their rincipes And last of priced casli busiuess i of Pharmacy In compti- - BarsKun French Tipton all but not least the licker man you desire lo possess a beautifu If HOW THEY HELD THE FORT iw passed at the last ses- thought he saw the Devil with one complexion take Ayers Sarsaparilla laturc To the present In a communication from Rev J G hundred of his angels dressed In cat bo It cleanses and purifies the blood aud been forty applicants for PERSONAL Fee dated August 7th 18S8 in regard using every means fair and foul to removes blotches aud pimples making anj twenty two of the tmm- to local option in the Glade precinct I keep men from voting tor that im- Â¬ the skin smooth and clear and giving ass Mr Perry being one Mrs Dr j r oornenson has lever 4 wish to correct some misstatements mortal declaration made by our fore- Â¬ it a bright aud healthy appearance lo lucky ones He was fo- fathers which fays we are guaranteed Take it this mouth r Mi by one of the members Mr II F Turner has returned from Ho says the friends of temperance and the right of life liberty and the pur- Â¬ good order determined to hold Ihefort - that his examination was the West RD A E Logan this county go before the people itli facts and ar- Â¬ suit of happiness and lie said it beats bought a nice bunch of 20 feed norj and one ef the best cattle Mkc Foster of Lexington is visiting Dr guments hell If the Deputy Slterlll had hwd We congrahrfate M Foster heard hhn instead of Mr Fee the poor from A G Grundy of Marlon the Never in my recollection did a set of hs success For the ben- - J eariy part ofthe week at4 cents Dan Â¬ Mr L Scblegel has returned from Rock- Â¬ men more wilfully misrepresent an is- Â¬ fellow would now bo in jail he may f m the district who are re- yet be indicted for making such an ex-Â¬ ville Advocate sue in an election than the temperance - Jt o eTimination we will castle springs Eearthquakes strike terror to man- Â¬ Facts and pression Lxamination k severe It k Mr Dan Breck k at hk old home from orauks in this election The only thing that surprises me is kind aud cholera brought sorrow to arguments They did not use facts ng conststs of abont 300 Fort Worth Texas J 1 braces the snUacfc ef nor did they use arguments Their that 131 men can be found in as small our poultrymen until Gantets magic Mr Moses Straus of St Joseph Mo is speeches abounded from beginning to a place as the Glade district that have chicken cholera cure was sold here by a Chemistry and Phnr- a guest of Mr A BametL the moral courage to face what they Stockton Willis It end in gush slush mhrepresen nues from 8 a Mm 4 in we are for Senator R J White was in town Mon- Â¬ tatiorjs and abuse of liquor dealers and did at the polls and say This Is what Mr F calls equal rights and equal privileges be- Â¬ distillers day after an Illness of some weeks T J Coyle fa warranted is because it is the best Italy Tsrtliase ef Cattle We attempt- Â¬ fore the law Facts and arguments Mks Annie Waller of Lexington k vis Blood Preparation known It will posi r I mbrv representing Tatatn king Mks Daisy Hart at the Garrett ed to meet them on the stump ami dis- Â¬ August 20 1S8S lively cure all Blood Diseases purifies the cuss the question fairly but when we whole system and thoroughly builds np tho EDENT0X Louiille agents for Kel- - Ilense constitution Remember we guarantee it met them we found they would not dis 1 zago k here making large Mks Mattic Mrs guestion Bible Mrs title He purchased of Mrs Brown Lucy A Jones and E Robert cuss thebecause thefrom a was stand- Â¬ flux James Teater is very low with Sold by W G White Prescription Druggist of Paris visited Mrs Bible point against c widow of the hue Alex- jj last week Ihera They would not discuss it from c o cattle supposed to Sunday school is doing well at the -ijrids at 6 cents per pound The yoong moo of Richmond and vicin Â¬ n legal and constitutional standpoint school houe iu District No 1 100 REWARD 100 f 000 for the lot They ity gave a deHghtful impromptu hop at because the law and constitution wt re D W McQuerry had a flue calf against litem All the argument they o England The readers of The Climax will be Mr Embry the WBIk House Friday night had was abuse of their opponents kflled by lightning the other day 3 pleased to learn that there is at leas Senator John D Har- Mr Le Parrish has gone to Pineville and their business in the most abusive a 5 cents Miss Irene Wylie has returned from one dreaded diaease lhat science has They wilt weigh to be salesman in the house of his cousin language they could command and I visiting friends in Jessamine county 2 d amount to been able to cure in all Its stages and Mr Mr 13000 J C Parrish late of thk place thought they had command of more -JiofCoL 0 H Chen- The hemp crop Is fine and the sturdy that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure Is adjectives than I ever learned at school Mks Annie Carey of Booneville Mo - 2f 4 and 60 head at 4 farmer is laying it low with the knife the ouly positive- - cure now known to and Mfc Una Tevk of Holden Mo are We could not get them to mention tuo the medical fraternity Catarrh being eias 2 head at jc of a iD Mrs Nannie Phipps and daughter of a constitutional treatment -5 at p Esnbry 50 at vkitfng their ancle Hon W T Tevis Bible In their argument c Halls Ca- Â¬ I speak for myself I never saw the Boone county are visiting her father tarrh Cure is taken Internally acting a Walker 31 5c Wm Ar- Grand Waster AJ Reed has returned list of Scripture texts prepared by the Wm Warner at this place directly upon the blood nnd mucus sur- Â¬ m T Wagers 4 sifc from hklaat oracl tour He has made Liquor Dealers Association v Zn xr S F Harber 115c Dr Jasper of Jessamine couuty is faces of the system thereby destroying an exonmmt ojScer Time expires in s Mr F says Mr C is a man of fair boarding at Robert Reagans and prac Â¬ Ihe foundation of the disease and giv- Â¬ v unit f75J ceute Thk Oetobec c that I said I ticing his profession native capacity ZT - utal of about 830 cattle He s 11 nice ing the patient strength by building A T Rietattended the Richmond Fair am in the business for the dollar c young man aud a good doctor up the constitution and assisting na Â¬ rTif0Ooo My record that I have tried to make Wednesday His brother Joe of Cave iu doing Its Tho proprie- Â¬ I N Broaddtn the oandldate for ture have so muoh work in its curative Ck came Tuesday night and went up honorable is that I have always en- Â¬ ATrriGcHaiIStrm tors faith Vs deavored to live honest and upright sheriff defeated In the lato August powers hat they offer one hundred dol- Â¬ of Jetts Creek Breath- - with hiryr SlaiIordJ0rnl1 my election Is taking it very well Ho Is lars for any case It fails to cure Send honest support maunder date ef August MrW K Potts of the Stanford Roller and make anMr Fee any better for record two pleasant aud gottd humored to do for list of testimonials Roller family Has Address in thk county detaik Milk the founder of the Bonanza otherwhe Â¬ 5 the fiercest hail storm that MM thk ptecCf came wp last week to Did you ever hear of any man engag F J CHENEY CO Toledo O ing in b tsluess lhat he did not aim to 1 in8SoId by J J Brooks 75 Cts country He wrote vWt kk daughter Mrs J B Stonfler make a living out of Mr Fee has COLORED TEACHERS READ THIS the storm and had not Mks Maggie Mathers of Louisville been a minister of the Gospel all the apened except in hk ka- O ai a Mks Mattie Nelson of FranVfort and years of his manhood has made a good r- Hesafs It destroy Mks Short Hand Martin of Kirksvflle visited 11 vine by It lives in princely style and Editor of The Climax Sue rmp f corn There is nofa Mrs D Russell Forman will Instruct Martin this place during the during my 30 years acquaintance with Cvnthiana Ky August iS 188S eft on the stalks and a Mks Dovic There are at least six vacancies in the in Phonography at her residence or him never beard of him doing a days e nrn k on the ground Fair very colored school dktricls of this county and iu class those wishing to learn phono- - c Trade fifty bushels Han Cwttk F Burnam has returned work with his hands It looks to the Mr F Is in the business for if you have a surplus of colored teachers gruphy Tho demand for short hand T lf ont rasfee five The foasna tour of Eastern Canada and the muoh as if in Madison thk may be a good apportuni writers is greater thau the supply dollar the cd clean from the tress NnnnVeastern prtfb ofthe UaitedStates art valuable iu not- Â¬ ty Â¬ I claim that he business of manufac- youfor them to secure employment As Lawyers find this testimony tetatioH k demolished Ha toft Mk daughUHSMks SaHleand Mils are running Tub Climax for the ing accurately is as honorable as turing Hoker it trees are knocked env Lnciaat Saratoga that no body has any benefit of the people a line by way off Students can take verbatim notes of preaching i s me of them were drhmn MaSaasC8bbttomeyatfciw Omaha right to say what I shall cat and drink notice to the colored teachers might serve lectures and thlrepy aid their educa- Â¬ The had atones many materially Earnest people al- Â¬ fcftfteomeon Monday accompained by r la tyranny to make a law o to direct their attention towards Harrison tion a4f as smalt hen eggs and hk bretber WIdney and Mr Charles Breck that it guaran- Â¬ prohibit the sole of a lawfully prodnced county If they attend the Madison In ways succeed Satisfaction ree feet deep la ptacot 7- to seek their fortunes in the great article If it is wrong tp sell whiskey stitute and get a certificate to lhat effect teed wfwge -- r a ter the storm we can Nebraikian roentropohs manufacture oflt Dont allow they can be examined herc ln September Btop the e f al we Ice Cream Soda Water at 5 eta per want The bail Tnilyyouii gallon cents 52- S Dikklms glass at Vjr L ArmsUong of Loukville it made tax It 80pay It on thsthen be T though into the water- C84 eon ard r life insurance and force us to and at tr jkms I en nt describe to wpiseeng m l - - mean enough to say we shant sell it 8 Diuelle has introduced a new 11 rv company Ue iNorw cici School Books at Whites Drug Store thng looks agen about fourteen years the glade srd St near Gamett House steam frei zer ajrf is prepared to fur- Â¬ Far which Mr Edgar Turley is wcai tf Wihere a ru iber of If nish the purest and beset Ice CreaJi In has had a local option low What has In iew t espon sable in Richmond on bukness K Brlnkley Bro in Tevis Block any quantities aud at lowest figures mnke the assertion result I c been the Supreme Court of the O doubt Judge Holt of the is i S2- 10 mxt to post ofllce 8ni b MloS without fear of feucpesefo1 contradiction daugrtÂ¬ yHE CLIMAX ih Jr Vt Â¬ Ii -- Among tfie Northern Lakes of Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa Mis Â¬ souri and Dakota- - are hundreds of de- Â¬ lightful places where one can pass the summer mouths in quiet rest and en- Â¬ joyment and return home at the end ofthe heated term completely rejuven- Â¬ ated Each recurring season brings lo Oconomowoc Waukesha Beaver Dam Froutenac Ukoboji Hotel St Louis Lake MInnetoukn White Bear Excelsior Springs and innumerable other ennrming localities with ro- Â¬ mantic names thousands of our best people whose winter homes are on either side of Mason aud Dixons line Elegance and comfort at a moderate cost can be readily obtained A list of summer homes with all necessary In- Â¬ formation pertaining thereto is being distributed by the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway aud will be seut free upon application by letter to A V Carpenter H General Passenger Agent Milwaukee WN may2 3m PUBLIG SALE OF ICROOKEJ 11 N ll Land 1 Stock Crop udFun- - I Having delormlned to go West BENNETT I oflbr 1 IUBMST0H iS x at public sale on Tuesday Sept 4tli 18SS Ky my farm lying In sight ofRIoumond on Big Hill Turnpike running through to the Irvine pike contain- Â¬ ing 3 D Jlu Y GOOD Tbo attention of the ladies k especially called to our wpenoc 1 532 1 2 ACEiES line of Droee Goods embracing the most fJiioiaU Fatofc th tri1 tf Sanns Specific will cure Rheuma Â¬ tism or money refunded Price 75c at Whites brug Store Second street 6- near Garnett House Donelson uses the best material that the market afiords and the best work- Â¬ men He puts up none but the best work Buggies carriages etc made to order Cull on him apr4 tf HP School Books at Whites Drug Store 2nd St near Garnett House tf JP6er -- k Sanns Specific will cure Rheuma Â¬ tism or money refunded Price 75c at Whites Drug Store Second street 5- near Garnett House TJreWrKEixiWsSooTnrKaSTHurBhoclilaltraTi be tued when children ore cutting tetth It re lleres tho UUIesiuTereritt once itprodncesnfttaral quiet ileep and the little cherub awakes m bright as a button It is Terr pleasant to taste It soothes the chHdtotteDithegumsallayaaU pain regulates the bowels andis the best known remedy lor diarrhoea whether arising from teething or other cause Twentj flo cents a bottle Advlce to Mothers 05 -- with any Throat or XJVJp v trifle Disease Ifyouhavo Lung a Cough or Cold or the children ara threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough use Ackers English Remedy and prevent furthe trouble It is a positive euro and we guarantee it Price 10 and 00c W G White Prescription Drusgist TVyv Will sell as follows First My home had in New York tract containing 151 acres in gross with my residence which is new and first class containing 13 large and well fiulshed rooms with wardrobes closets pantries c to suit No 1 cistern at the door ice house meat house cabin In yard coal house chicken house c excelleut new barn 50x03 feet aud a fine orchard Second 329J acres on Irvine pike running throng It from the Alex Black farm to Jessie Smiths land touehiug pike dirt road and W K Oldhams on the south east Said land is mostly iu grass and has upon it one good tenement-house and school house TlilBD 115 acres of same tract ruu nlng from the Black land to the Smith We have in Laces Ribbons Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Gloves sad land immediately down the creek mostly bottom land and good all in Parasols all that can be desired grass and has upon it a good dwelling containing eight rooms Fourth My Robinson place con- Â¬ taining S5 acres adjoining my home place running bark to my Miller place and lies brood side of Messrs JIcKee Traltiors trotting track land all in grass and has upon it a fair residence some fruit trees and about forty cedars With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the beet New in yard making a beautiful grove Fifth My Miller laud of 56 acres school of art and design in Rents garments experienced in the lying immediately on the Irvine pike York will be sold in two lots of 27 aud 29 best houses of that city and versed in every detail of the business acres to suit those living iu the city for cow and horse pasturage or some aided by on elaborate stock of truck gardener then as a whole The Robinson and Bronston lands will also be sold as a whole the high- Â¬ est price ruling the sales These lauds are all well watered and well fenced At the same time and place will sell Choice Silks enriettas Serges f De Boges Cashmeres c c Lace Elounces of all kinds White Goods in great quantity W 1 J ed erohant Tailorim f d i il a e Freud Eilisi and American Suitings 1 y d d Â¬ 1 i m t- Ice I am prepared to deliver ice to any part of the city regularly or on short natives 4 yoke large oxen good ones notice Will make contracts for supply Â¬ 24 cows and heifer- highest of grade ing families offices business houses shops 8 thoroughbred cows tiud heifers some We are putting forth suits equal to the best made in this eountry f and other places Orders left a DyLcss arethcru registered some of the above 8 fat fresh and first class milkers Louisville and Cincinnati cannot oxcel us will receive cows aud heifers grocery on Second strecet 10 short yearling prompt attention 3 2 safe rockaway horses steers yearling horse colts and 1 aprn tf J E Dykes 2 work mules 50 Poland China Lemon Ice Lemonade Mnlto Gin Â¬ iiogs pedigreed and general merit ger Ale Soda Water and Ice Cream cood SO barrels old corn pure while 500 barrels corn iu the tield 125 Soda 5 cents a glass at bushels pure Fnllz wheat 13 large hay 52- S DlNELLlS stacks about 4000 good spiare rails Neck Wear Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Shirts laandried and some fencing about 10 cords wood If jou want a nice buggy phreton post and all ray farming implement unlaundried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc carriage rockaway or such as used on a well regulated farm barouche lS3This sale is positive and will be Â¬ coupe go to John Douelson apr4 t gin promptly at 10 oclock A M Terms liberal aud made known on Masif day of sale 8 11 J H BOGUS an experienced Mrs S F Lai teacher desires pupils in Piano Study The latest method taught Terms in great quantity and variety from the cheapest to the moderate Music room at D R For Beware of Traud as my name and the 7- price are stamped on the bottom of all elegant embossed gilt niaus after September 1 18S8 my advertised shoes before leaving the W H Kelley will build you a good factory which protects the wearers house cheaper than any man in town against high prices and inferior goods If a detler offers WLDOUGLAS shoes mar7 tf at a reduced price or sajrs lie has them without my name and price stamped on Â¬ Special rates for Ice Cream for pic the bottom put him down as a fraud Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Ky apllS tf nics and other parties S Dikblli d 80 One and Cattle TROUSSSRXISrS and V333TXXffS 3 B r K GEITS FUENXSEIHG GOODS ie t t e ie il la CAUTION WALL PAPERS croou r v 11 nin k mi zeLSiisraTTOiBL fi 52- - Â¬ School Books at Whites Drug Store 2nd St near Garnett House tf Â¬ the Cl OVVYrV Colds Coughs penally etc It saves Remedy a positive cure Sold by hoars oi anxious watching W G White Prescription Druggist Wo guarantee Ackers English Children They aro es Hablo ta sadden Croup Whooping Cough tnun junu GEM 2Eixoojvzonsrx CO C3 -- Ied None but the purest cream used in the famous Ice Cream Soda Water at 52 S Dinellis will make you as good a Douelson buggy or curringe as can be bought any where in America apr4 tf VJ vW todependupon Ackers Blood El Â¬ ixir has been prescribed for years for all im- Â¬ purities of tho Blood In every form of Scrofulous Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases it Is invaluable For Rheumatism has no equal Prescription Sold by W G White Druggist Road horses trotters aud runners shod in any maimer desired I have just received an extra lot of four year old second growth timber for repairing All work guar- Â¬ all kinds of wagons Shop anteed at the very lowest price back of Brookss drug store Respectfully 8febly S L MIDKIFF f A andreliablolledicinesarothebest BuBhhB S3 Slaoe The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricul- Â¬ tural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Richmond IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR M0R IN THIS TOWN We keep constantly on hand a targe teck ef BUILDERS IIARDWARItf all kind a welt a IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MAT RIAL Aho a LARGE and FULL LINE of alt feeds in oner Kne that w handle Special attention given to furnishing Naik Hinges Betas Ac for Tefcwxo We are the agents for the most celebrated Barns 1 -- l OQUOLAS FOR GEXTLEMEX 11 -- HALLS Brockton Mass Co have for Forman Chenault JACK FREEJIAX sale a supply of cedar posts and fencing 8 24 5-- The only fine calf 3 Seamless Shoe in the world made without tacks or nails As stylish and durable as those costing 5 or 6 and having no tacks or nails to wear the stocking or hurt the feet makes them as comfortable and well fitting as a hand sewed shoe Buy the best None genuine unless stamped on bottom W L Douglas 3 Slice warranted W L DOUGLAS 4 SHOE the original and only hand sewed welt 4 shoe which equals custom made shoes costing from 6 to 9 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure W L DOUGLAS 250 SII0B is unex- Â¬ Chicken Cholera nnd other diseases celled for lteavy wear among fowls I will refund the money W L DOUGLAS 2 SHOE w worn by In every case where the remedy falls all Boys and is the best school shoe in W G White the world Prescription Druggist All the above goods are made in Con mar28tf 2d St near Garnett House grcss Button Snd Lace and if not sold - your bdealer write W L DOUGLAS Posts and Plank Agent Ricamond Ky Farming Implements and Machinery We call attention to a few that we keep and are agents for The Walter A Woods Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers The 3uckeye Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers The Celebrated Oliver Chilled Plows over 150a of them having been seM ky as They have no equal No better Meikel Steel Plows and Double Shovels H Halls Steel Hill Side and Turning Ptews James The Celebrated Browns Walking and Riding CnWvuter The Celebrated Big Innm Sulky Plow esily has to be seen to know tilnt It fc e vl plauk -- inf antilo disorders It or Morphine but gives the child natural eats from pain Price 25 cents Sold by W G White Prescription Druggist TxgVx SEP igg The Soother at hand It i3 tha only safe medicine yet mado that will remove all contains no Opium k Miller Organ JS THE FUFEST ASI It EST j ANNOUNCEMENTS FOIJ ASSESSOR T Jt y t -- We are authorized to announce JOEL T EMBRY as a candidate for Asses sor of Madison county subject to Ihe notion ot the democratic party We aro authorized to announce A J WILLOUGHBY as a candidate for Assessor of MadNon county subject to the action of the Democratic par- Â¬ Â¬ best in the market The Kevstone Disk Harrow that is pronounced the best in ate The Only ReBabie Com Planter VamMver Rotary As all w4 have At least 100 of them m we m the emmcy them The Evans Corn Drill the only one tfcnt hat yilnwi a yerAet mwasi Iters soW them for years The Celebrated Betl City Feed Cotter both fin-- tower and bamr Nw cnanfto K Also a fell Hue of other kinds of Feed Cutters The Celebrated Ok Hickory Farm Wagon We have also taken the agency for the Croker FertMber and Chemical CcsFer Trjr it on corn tobacco tiliaer that is pronounced the best m the United Stale anvtMng mat glows Qib potatoes iand wheat in fact We keep a list of all Panning Imp lam ante met we sell and who buys them any one lhat wants to satisfy himself as regards MtMbctlon that they give can and si ty 3- - isk parties using them -- CATARRH OTJRE ir FOH JAItEH authorized to announce JOHN F WAGERS 1 candidate for Jailer of Madison couuty subject to the It standi at the hmd of all good orcana Tnraowbo 3- actiou of Ihe Democratic party dpslre to hare the bout orcaa tiKwld Kctraalnt them Mlrefl vnva the menu of oar Insaumeott Dout We aro authorized to announce word for what we sar and teat our lnstrumenta our organs In toot JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jawoar write if no dealer sells battee to the factory Jallerof Madison couuty subjvot to thn locality 3 action of the Detnocratio party jnrr sr jfobrrETEit We are authorized to announce Address MILLER ORGAN CO SAMUEL BIGGERS CAFF a candi Â¬ CtUalcguaJtefrte XSEJiAJSiOiS Po for Ja Hereof Madison county sub- date 9 34 ject to the action of tno Democratic We are We are determined to keep goods for all The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairy The Fanner oan find alt he wants under our reef Machinery Trace chains Haraes Hayforks SkeVcJk- - Sc The Carpenter and Builder can find all he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the only complete stock of Iron Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the town We of coarse cant enumerate all the good we handle but ask all to came and They will see for themselves the stock of goods we keep in our u- - foot store house find party 3- - to announce We are authorized THOMAS S FERRELL as a candidate for Jallerof Madison county sub ject lo the action of tho Democratic Â¬ m compied by hs Excursions Business men and settlers looking for new location or investments can teach all principal points in Minneso Â¬ 4- ta ami Dakota at n cost of one fare for party Hie round trip by availing themselves Wa urn nnthnrirprl In nnnniinrta of the excursions announced via the JOHN HILL as a candidafe for Jailer St Paul Minneapolis Manitoba Jty of Madison couuty subject to the ac from St Paul Minn Tickets jrood 4 Democratic party ton of the for 30 days Veix low excursion fa tea have beeu made also via tills Iiu to Helena and Great Falls MoutRiio FOR COHNTV SUPERINTENDENT tickets good for four months Further We are authorized to announce J B particulars can bo obtained bv aildress HARRIS a candidate for Canity Su Â¬ inj C H Warren General Fasoenuer r H K Tud perintendent of Public Selioolf subject Agent JSt Faiil Minn to uie aouon 01 me uemocraiK pany per Dlat Posseuger Agent 232 South I 8- eow fRrk Street Chicago Â¬ THREE FLOORS FOL OF USEFUL GOODS -- We also run a TIN SHOP fa cajmecnon whh our business and only emptor the Ottr Mr Gentry bame a practical mechanic hbnitlf wfll most competent workmen wspecial attention to an vrorx oonetn mat me KUUriNtr ju 1 IBKlSiG REV as he nasewne m ate ease AltUMlj Ki Our lone experience in our business enables os tn lie well up in it in the wav of markets and buying our goods strictly for cash enables uc to buy at the bottom price Dont forget that yoa can always find the and that benefit we give to our customer lowest prices and trie nest ooos at trie ow reimwe Rouse oi 44 t SHACKELFORD GENTRY CQ t- - rnkmfQmw - VXSrn PSSt5 VSWfWPFWT-TqpsilKRg- -s j a PARIS BANK RUNNERS On ONION of CULTURE MODERN GREEK WOMEN How Notes and Draru Are Collected In the Frrneh Metropolis Prance wear a gray livory that is well known ia overy part of tlie olty I refer to those wbo are intrustedÂ¬ with the work of presenting and collecting etes and checks They carry a leather wallet fastened te the body ly a stent steel chain that is pretty sore to be filled often with a Tory large sera of specie and occasionly Ihey are called on to defend this wal- Â¬ let at the risk of their lives as was who was the case of a habit gris attneked and stabbed in the neck the ether day in a house on Rue Tiqao teBBe where he had gone to collect a Bete er draft or something of that sert Some days in the month these rgroeas de recettes have to be mere than usually active as for in stmee en the lit and 15 th when there is always a deal of paper falling due and besides these there are foar or six ether eurs deeheanoe It is not at aM unusual for n rHnner to liavo ewe hwtdred and fifty such notes to preeeat ia a single day and as in meet cases he has to go up several flights of stairs to do this he has plen Â¬ by ty ef hard work three eeieek at which hour he must to be baek the bank at receive those whom not finding at heme he hs notified by means of a sMp thaThe holds a note for collection which must be paid that day or it will ge to protest At the bank oach gareea de reoelte has an office a sort ef an iron cage just larg e enough to hetd hi and an assistant These fereaHx are in a large room called the gaVerie and to which no one is ad Â¬ mitted who can not show a fiche ae the slips are called Each habit gris has a district of the city assigned to him and unless there be some speeial reason he never changes it IThe salary be reoei ves is small and although be gives no security it is a rule with the bank not to appoint any ee to the position wbo is not able to shew that he possesses some private meatts of his own He Is held respon sMe for all mistakes made and if his eaeh does net balance at the end of the day he must make the deficiency geed If unable to do this himself there k a fund or deposit at the bank fenwed by coetrilmUons made by all the ooMcctors oh which he can draw Mid R is Wet due to the corporation to add sweh a thing as the bank losing any thing through the dishonest aet ef Mie of thess habits is a yet un kftewn in the history of the insli Certain employes of the Bank I ties XL 0 PioaqHH HEAD GEAR FOR GIRLS lrrtty Modrln or IIU Exhibited by Now York MIHluers 1 f fi Girls and misses hats of colored straw have wide straight brims and thaM kigh erowns on which a soft orWR is draped of velvet or of Ben gaWno the trimming comes up from the baek of the brim whieh is turned eonsisls of upright loijps and ttp tends ef ribboas either wide moire or stripes plahls or changeable colors there is no trimming around the crown but bands of ribbons ftoH two colore of ribbon pas di Bgewalif en the front and back from top ef erewn to the brim Large bows are p H ohed on the top of the left side f the crown of other hats holding the brim which is notched there ehe to the crown A pretty model is a blue straw hat with its flat brim faced with blue velvet ami its half high crowR surmounted by a soft full crWH ef white silk oa which rests a bun oh ef Wuette s while loops of rib bea oateh up the back of the brim extend high tap on the white erown A scarlet straw hat has a red velvet soft crown There are ako potty pokes with a wreath of smalt flowers across the front of the crown and high perke l up leeps and ead at the back The new sailer hate for misses and also for ladies have a narrow stiff brim and large crown four inches high they are of white English straw trimmed with a single great bow at the back or oa the left side and dark velvet facing inside the brim Two eeters of ribbon may be ia the bow or else H is of white red or blue watered ribbon Galloon of tapestry colors is used for a band around the erewM though many hats have no band whatever Eiglish walking hats for girls in their teens are of dark straw with tapering crown and the dote brim relied highest on the lefr side with full velvet rimming on this sid Double jabots of ribbons of t o colors are up the front ef the crown with fancy quills thrust through them ami two diagonal bands are on the back of the crown It we and cafe an lait ribbons trim dark blue hats while rose ami green are on back hals Leghorn flats wMl be used for mkl MMumer by girls of all ages from three years upward Wreaths ef flowers and wide ribbons in bows am stream Â¬ ers at the hack are their trimmings ad ad of the Most Profitable Field Crops It Properlr CultlTated The writer has had thirty Ove years experience with the onion as a field crop and has not been ablo to dis- Â¬ cover any change in those fundamental principles which arc indispensable to its growth and perfect maturity It requires a fine firm texture of soil drainage rain fall or irrigation at SHitable intervals and if the soil has been exhausted of its fortility by re Â¬ peated croppings it will rofnso to yield a harvest even in those modern times because the onion has nothing in itself to make a crop of In the matter of rotation we have increasing evidence that with proper tillage and fertiliza Â¬ tion onions may bo grown npon tho same field for a long term of years with reasonable prospect of success But methods and systems have changed It was formerly said thnt the man skilled wilh the hand hoe who would start early and work hard and long wonld bs suro to sue ceed wilh this crop While the hard work has not been eliminated some- Â¬ thing more is required now Now nnd improved implements have been in- Â¬ troduced whereby labor has been vory much abridged Chemical fertilizers The deÂ¬ are more generally nsed mands of the market arc constantly changing and there is competition on every side The successful onion growor of the present time must ba not only a willing worker skilled in the use of improved implements but he mnst be a well read carefnl ob- Â¬ server and able to direct every operaÂ¬ tion with a well educated judgment The soil npon which our onion crop heavy has been grown is alluvial loam but easily cultivated nearly level and absolutely free from stones The recent practice has been to plow in autumn afer applying a half dressing of farm yard manure to be supplemented with chemical fertil- Â¬ izers the ensuing soason In early spring we apply to oach acre two hundred pounds of high grade sul- Â¬ phate of potash an equal amount of plain superphosphate and one hun- Â¬ dred pounds sulphate of ammonia harrow drag and hand rake until the ground is very fine firm nnd free from all rubbish that would obstruct the seed sower or push hoc We sow four pounds per aero of yellow Globe Danvors onion seed in drills fifteen inches apart The demands of the market must however rognlate to some extent the variety and amount of seed used The aflor culture con- Â¬ sists in keeping the crop frco from weeds and thorough but shallow cul Â¬ tivation oft repeated until the crop is nearly grown We usually apply one hundred pounds nitrate of soda broad- Â¬ cast early in July and if the crop seoms to require it repeat the dress Â¬ ing after an interval of a week or ton days During the last half of Scptom Der the crop is ready to harvest when we pull tlte onions and allow them to remain on the ground to dry four or fire days before nnd perhaps as long after removing the tops Tiien if the weather has been favorable they are in fine condition to store or send to We invariably prufcr the market latter because it gives more time to attend to other farm work which al Â¬ ways crowds at that season of the year and also saves cost of storage and re sloring though others profer another coiir e Our loss from smut Wight or mag Â¬ gots has boe i quito small and we re- Â¬ gard the crop as rea onably sura Still thore is an occasional shortage which amounts to twenty thirty and sometimes even fifty per cent of the crop It comes alike on tho and the neglected fields in the locality and sometimes over a wide ex out of country This result occurs perhaps not more frequently than once in a decade of years and we have not been able to trace it to any well defined cause American woll-cared-f- or Their Host Prominent Tlrtaos and Most Striking Fault The Greek women of the upper class aro generally clevor well bred well informed and might rival in accom- Â¬ plishments culture and conversation- Â¬ al powers their sisters of tho West And the Greek ladies of tho Phanar at Constantinople have for centuries been renowned for their ability and acquirements The advantages of education are howevor by no moans restricted to the upper class for not only in towns but in almost every village where there is a Greek community schools havo been founded in which tho in- Â¬ struction given to girls ranges from tho simplest elomontary lessons to an- Â¬ cient Greek psychology and mathemat- Â¬ ics Here tho children of rich and poor sit sido by side in the same class a practice which I am assured tonds rather to elevate the tone of tho chil- Â¬ dren of the people than to deteriorate the manners of the better bred The most striking faults in the Greok womans character are her vanity fondness for dress and dis Â¬ play and joalousy of the better cir- Â¬ cumstances of her neighbors The spirit of ambitious rivalry is often carried to such excess that the real comforts of home life aro sacrificed to it and many live poorly and dress meanly at home in order to display a a well furnished drawing room and expensive holiday toilets to tho pub- Â¬ lic They are however very domes- Â¬ tic make devoted wives and fond if not always judicious mothers Family affection is perhaps the noblest characteristic of the Greok character Nowhoro elso I think does one see fraternal lovo so strong- Â¬ ly developed nor the women of tho fnmily so tenderly cared for Should the father die the brothers lake his place and so long as a sister of mar- Â¬ riageable ago remains unportioned and unwed they will not think of tak Â¬ ing a wife themselves Though the Greek women in the towns havo almost entirely discarded their picturesque national costumes they are still worn in the country In some districts thoso costume3 bear a great roscmblamo to thoso of tho Bulgarians though without their gaudinoss of color In others they con- Â¬ sist generally of a skirt of brightly striped stuff and an embroidered cloth wear a j icket while for fur lined pelisse is added Tho hair is braided into numerous trusses and surmounted by a small red cap deco-Â¬ rated with gold and silver coins similar to those worn as a necklace A Greek peasant girl takes an active part in housohold duties and helps to spin card wind and weave or knit the wool flax and silk used for the garments of the She family leads hor fathers flock to past- Â¬ ure and under the title Voskoponla steals tho hearts of shepherd swains and is by them immortalized in rustic song 0 t Sundays and feast days she rests from her toil and with her com- Â¬ panions dances the antique syrlo or long drawn danco on the village green If there is more than one daughter in a peasants family sho is sont out to service in some neighbiring town Very frequently if the girl is well con- Â¬ ducted and especially should she hapÂ¬ pen to bo an orphan she is adopted as a momber of the family into which she entered as a psychpaida or soul child In that case if still young she is sent to school for a year or two is clothed and cared for She receives no wages but when she arrives at the age of twentyfivo or six sho is dower Â¬ ed and married from tho house of her Woman s World adoption out-of-do- Professional Oni cls drTaTwilkes SMITH FIVE HARVEST ido 3rotJ VTJisrrn AN ELEGANT SUMMER COAT AND VEST -- thoroughly trained workmen out of the choicest and most fashionable goods Do you want a READY MUDE SUIT made especially for our trade by the best houses in the East according to the newest designs and out of reliable and stylish material Elegant Tailor Made Suit Want toan after the latest and most approved fashions by experienced and order cut and made FAIR OF HANDSOME PANTS Practice Limited to Office hours 400 P M Dentistry EXCTJUSIOftS MINNESOTA DAKOTA OFFICE Smith Building Main Street 900 to 1200 M ireo to jne22 tf J C MORGAN DDS MONTANA August 21st Septonber nth October VTA S6TOFFICE Main street over Mndl eon National Bank Riobmond Ky June 22 tf DR J M POYNTZ AND BURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street next to june22tf Whites Drug Store THE Big Mam St Paul Minneapolis toba Railway AT KATES FURNISHING GENTS most DELIGHTFUL UNDERWEAR you want the Do Do you want something ELEGANT DURABLE made to order or ready made and SEASONABLE in OR A OIKP G W EVANS M D AND SURGEON PHY8ICIAN OFFICE Hecond street jnne22tf CHEAPER T1IAX EVER BEFORE Do you want anything from a WELL REGULATED Merchant Tailoring Clothing House GOODS BO YOU WANT AN EXQUISITE STRAW HAT BO YOU WANT ANY OTHER KINB OF A MAT BlIf you do CALL AND SEE US If you do not call and see us anyhow Respectfully COVINGTON Shortest MITCHELL BLUE GRASS ROUTE East Points west of Grand Forks mp KOTA and MONTANA LESsTIHt Practilioners iu Medicine and Surgery ONE FARE im round tnprafL moretlKui TWENTY DOLL IN RICHMOND KY oiuding GREAT FA LLS MONTANA OFFICE Second streetover Dykes Persons desiring to take n juue22t Grocery Store through Northern MiuiieWa Da DR JOHN M or rnofltana for the purpose t f j over the country or with th MAIN STREET a Next Door to Luxnns Up Stairs selecting a Hew home wit ri boundaries of the GRANILs Residence at Willis House June 22 tf WHEAT BELT IN THE WQTli and an agrietiltHral eointry nui DR for diversified farming dairy j Oners his professional services to the tOftk miriWWPQ Will ln irall c VJ 1U8 public Office in drug store on lower Main advantage or these rales For maps ami information aj- july27 ly Street Richmond Ky your home ticket agent to at y a DR U- - C AMBROSE of the company or DRS TAYLOR ASHE FOSTER PHIL ROBERTS -- THE CORNER SADDLERY KENTUCKY OEFTEAL R H and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North West and Southwest F I WHITNEY FORD KY Oflice hours 2 to 4 oclock in the ternoon June 22 tf GenI Pass af8- - St Pau tv Ag M - W T SEXSM1TH M D PHYSICIAN Offers E B WALLACE Fast Line Between Lexington and Cincinnati SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 20th 1S8S Gall your attention to their commodious and elegant house Main and Second Streets llichmond Kv AND SUKGEON aug to tiie 17 WHITE HALL KY his professional services BUILDER AND corner of SOUTH BOUND No 2 Ex bun 830 am 1003 a m No 4 Dally Kx teuil No public fi tyr NORTH BOUND No3 Nol 525 545 fcy 650 No 5 MC HERKDONS CORNER There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance and the quality of the goods they oiler is in keeping with the house They have the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles made in their shop of the best materials They have Arr Lexington ive 1aris Ic Ie Arr I No Covington Knlmouth CynthlHiiH IHrls Arr Winchester Arr Richmond Arr Lancaster 825 pi9 93 P 1105 affl 1024 Pra am 1050 pm 1140 ia30 p mi ix30 pm 1150 as 1055 pm irjS pi 11 25 pm oo 200 328 430 510 6 10 Offers his professional services to the jan4tf public home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted No 11 stock of Buggy Robes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as eleNo 9 No No IX Dally Daily Dally Dally SOUTH BOUND NORTH BOUND S M LETCHER gance and corcfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber Ex Sun Kx bun DR UxKuii Bx Sun Buggy whips of whalebone riding whips of cowhide wagon whips PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 600 a m Lve 5lnjsille 05 pm Lve Covington 20 pm of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in variety JmIikmhi Lexington 7 35 am 635 am 140 pm 425 pra RICHSIOND KENTUCKY 830 am 520 pm tSirlMe 1aris 719 am 234 pm Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups Mllleiflmrg 857 am V47 Pm 258 pm Arr Mlllersburg 753 Office on First Street janly pm Sczo am 1nriK Carl Me 921 am 325 pm Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and strong Arr Lexington 1015 am 7 05 pm Johnson 915 am ocio pm MayhVllte 1050 am 740 pm 1135 am 6eoo pm Vlitlon shop made and city made H BRIGHT M D No 32 leaves Covington at S3o a m ar- this train run through to Richmond Ky Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse boot PHYSICIAN and SURGEON rives Falmouth 1030 a in Sunday other are daily except Sunday toe weights girts brushes curry combs snunges c only RICHMOND KY Direcl connection Is inaile at Winchester with Chesapeake mill A lull line of collars hames trace chains back bands haino strings No 31 leaves Falmouth at 430 p in ar AMilatMl Huntington Ohio for Ml Kterling V Va OFFICE Second street uext door to Charleston plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners iics Covington 630 p m Sunday ami Bwttcru Cities Whiles Drug Store only FAST LINK No 3 nnd 4 run via Wln Â¬ Special llillinan bltf TURFMEN FIND ANY THING IN TI1EIJI LINE No 15 Ieacs Lexington 715 p m ar cheMerSoltl TrnliiK with ami Itleliiiiomiiilng ical and attention given to Microscop-of Chemical examinations Va Ors net ween Cincinnati rhes Pari 755 p in body IC Saddlery hardware and every thing elso kept in a well appointed No S leaves Covington 520 p in ar and Winchester and Washington Cheeked to tissues and fluids of the human Through Tickets awl nnsgHge 22junetf rives Falmouth 720 p m saddlery and harness house any destination reached by a railroad m arrives 7 leaves Falmouth For full particulars address or call on any DR C S HOLTON MFRemember the place Herndons Corner Main and Second No Covington 750 a 550 a agent of the Company or m Every Style and Variety of Harness Arr HtRiifonl Ive Richmon- dArr Ileren Arr Livingston 510 6opi pi pi 520 605 710 S18 840 31 bos P 45 P pm Lve Livingston- pm Lve Iterea pm Arr Ulelnnoml pm pm Lve btanforU- Lve Lanea Mer pm Arr Rlelimoml pm Lve ltlelimom- lpra Arr Wlnclieeter pm Arr Tang pm Lve Lexington Lve Purls Lve CynthlHiia Lve Falmouth Arr Covington 1025 1145 8o am a Heath HEATH J F Coknblison CORNELISON Practicing Physicians COHTRACTOR Is prepared to do a 1 KinI c n maa 720 am 810 am am am am am 130 pm 225 pm 740am 325 P 825 am yoa pm 7 35 am 300 pm 340 p m 835 a ra 350 pm 4 06 pm 9x6 am 430 pm 451 pm 1003 am yS pm oopm 1135 RICHMOND KENTUCKY offer their professional services lo the public 4jnly BUILDING AND COXTUACT WORK AT THE MOST DR GILES HARRIS WACO KY Reasonable Hates Will furnish drawings par specifications at any time Office a am 50 pm Their Â¬ MAYSVILLE BRANCH W at his residence on 1 Irvine Street Juue22 tf Ihe 11 4 W Â¬ SEEDS jann iy Lexixct 1 GRASS AND FIELD lareesc ami roost complete - - a Ccsi Central Kentucky Our mnGoods and Lowest Consistent Tr P CARROLL 77 and 79 W Ma s Kr CM Streets COIN COLLECTIONS An Enthusiast Calls Tliem a Perpetual Source of Eiiloyment Tho subject of coins and coin col- janH iy CC W WALLACE C GORMLEY Z T RICE CO JR Daily Except Sunday Note No 3 Daily between Richmond Lexington and Covington No 4 Daily betw een Covington Lex ngton and Wincliester On Saturdays SFB n Uen Fasnr AgL Covington Ky E HUNTINGTON E H BACON Trnv lawr Agt Lexington Ky F B CARIl Agt Richmond Ky GenI Mauger Gencral Offices Covington Ky JIOWE Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Richmond Kentucky Offiie Main Street over D M Brights Office Iiours 830 to 1100 A M 200 to M- Agriculturist yHg 1 Harpers Jtetar IT SOME WISE SAYINGS BIU of Philosophy for the Rich and Poor the lieapoii Jent and A rroant Lmtr to say no to yourself Were words ideas what an ideal world this wonhl be Pear of sickness is the first call for the doctor the rest is only a question ef time A friend without discretio i is mere to be feared than an enemy in armor Children obtain the majority of their knowledge of evil and consequent de- Â¬ sire to teste it from the talk of their Every profession ef religien thai dees net make a man kind to his parents wife and children is a mis- Â¬ take in the arUele Moses may have made mistakes but he never went back four thousand years te attack a dead man Truth is as indifferent to public opt id on as the general pHblic is to Give ne friendship to one who ob-Â¬ jects to your thinking your own thinks Every time yea strike a chHd you admit yew ineapaolty to govern your- The best friend is the one who gives The biggest otowhs in Heaven are for these wbo were the most natural on earth God may have use fer cowards but has never yet so advertised Lit every man be himself as God in Â¬ tended and tho world will grow stead Â¬ ily better As lore casteth out fear so does fear cast out love Every thinker and tittorer of good thoughts is a pioneer pushing his way through the brambles to contend naTattifi pmvntM truth against darkness ignorance and superstition They who say the grave holds man forgets that it holds nothing of him or 1ms Pomcroyt Advance works TlaughL m the streams of C lifornia what is called tho dog or These fish possess bull salmon formidable weapon in their teeth uhioh on tholower jaw havcastrong acd backward curve capable of in- Â¬ flicting severe wounds by tearing the fleh ef an antagonist It is said they do not hesitate to attack horses ford jng a stream and often succeed In cut tiag ugly wounds on their legs There k found 7 1 lections during tho past few months in this city has assumed au unprecedent- Â¬ ed degree jof interest To whatever MIDSUMMER STYLES cause this is due it is certain that nil desirablo coins tho number of which Slieer Woolen Goods for Afternoon Ilresse White Gowns and Parasols is very limited are rapidly finding The sheer woolen goods imported their way into the possession of col-Â¬ for summer afternoon drest are French lectors who in tho United States are buntings and ganzes of various kinds numbered by tho thousands The These are finished with fancy solvedge scarcity of thoso coins and the largo showing in solid costume and in con Â¬ number of those eager to possess nection in some cases with fancy silks them render the difficulty of their of iridescent sheen A pretty pale possession very great These facts blue bunting was recently imported In also conspire to enhance their value which tlte selvedge was open in the in an ever increasing rate every year pattern of a fringe but bound nt the For instance an 1804 dollar which a ends with the usual narrow corded few years ago commanded from 100 selvedge of goo Is The gown was to S500 would now readily bring from draped elaborately and caught up S503 to 81000 and a dollar of this wilh long looped bows and ends of date which is to bo sold this month black moire ribbons The basque was will doubtless bring SL500 United draped in shawl fashion across the States coins commantliug a higher frrn sliowing the open solvedge of price than thoso of any other the goods Another gown of cream nation will never recede in value white grenadine was made over a A zealous collector of this city at shirt of Cashmere lace draped on a single purchase recently becamo copper silk ami looped up with bows the happy possossor of four United of mos greea velvet States coins paying therefor prices White gowns for snnuner made of that to the uninitiated would be re Â¬ point d esprit not of Valenciennes garded as unreasonable Still they and simple muslins show little change were very desirable coins and would Ling looped bows choux and garlands adorn the collection of any one Dur- Â¬ of ribbon are profusely nsed for garni- Â¬ ing the past year there were not one ture and girdles of ribbon falling half as many coin salos as during tho over the front of the gown in long preceding yoar a circumstance that loops and ends are the rule Point d shows fino coins are becoming scarce esprit gowns are usually made over Therefore those designing to improve white suralu The drapcrios ofthose their present scries should seizo every dresses are arranged nearly to cover possiblo opportunity o procuring de- Â¬ the plaited skirls and are then caught sirablo coins of every denomination np at intervals with long bows of pale nnd date and it judiciously purchased pink green or yellow gros graln moire nothing can be lost they will never or satin The basques of laco arc depreciate in value A complete series draped over the lining and the sleeves of United States coins of all denomi- Â¬ are usually quite full and held in the nations in proof uncirculated center to the arm In fine plaits leav Â¬ or even in rory fino condition of ing a puff at the top and bottom Some which there arc not raoro than ten or of the white muslin dresses are made twelve extant would be an object of entirely of all over embroidery with a gront beauty and a perpetual source plain skirt finished on the edge with of enjoyment to the eye of the appre- Â¬ a simple hem and without drapery ciative beholdor Should such a col- Â¬ Thi basque of all over embroidery is lection be offorcd for salo it would not then made with a fine vest of tucking fail to attract tho attention of tho and finished with long bows and a numismatic world and in conso girdle and hanging end of white satin quonce would realize to tho owner a Gowns of dotted muslin in largo advance over the original cost of ribbon St Louis GMe DemocraC large coin dots are made with plain purchase s muslin fan fronts liommed nnd fin Â¬ Made a Difference ished wilh a group of tucks at the bjttom Double panncls of dotted Thoy were sitting around the stovo mnslin ornament tho sides nnd the in a grocery whon the man with tho back breadths hang in full straight red goateo spoke up and said breadths Tlte plain basques arc often It must bo awful tn bo cast away finished at the baek wilh a shawl col- Â¬ on an ocean girt island lar of dotted muslin and a dotted Bocher life responded ono of the vest and are profusoly trimmed with crowd garlands and bows of palo yollow Well I dont know about that rose or pale gcean ribbon thoughtfully replied the grocer There is little change to chr miclo in You dont Why how could it the size and shape of parasols ChangeÂ¬ holp but bo awful able silks in fine stripes nnd shaded Is the island supposed to be unin Â¬ silk are among Ihcy most olognnt ma Â¬ habited D inlcH predic terials for covers Of course that immense nuinb irs of black lace Oh that makes a difference I parasols will be used this summor didnt know but that it was Inhabited Those are medium in sz and arc by a grocer who kept a red hot stovo shown in Chantilly Eicurial and and a barrel of apples for the con- Â¬ hand run Spanish laces Fancy silk venience of loafers parasols are shown in Gobelin blue in Then a deep silence foil npon the dark green mahogany gray and all island in the far off Pacific and one the stylish cloth colors of tho soason after anothor of the wrecked sailors Fjw parasols are lined onisido the wont out on somo errand or other ribs Long handles are the rule Tho Detroit Free Press handsomest handles are carved wood In 1832 Bjrtie Sutton of Gaines and of chased or etched silver Sumo Mieh niuo years old picked up ap new handles are quite straight willi ont crook cr curve others aro in lles given hint bv a neigl0or sold cornucopia shape nt the end Carved thorn onraing 550 With 350 ho ebony sticks and sticks of mala ceo bought n owe and with tho balancoj mounted wilh silvor are shown on and his first trool money hobought two more ewos tho following spring handsome lace or fancy silk parasols At present he has a nice flock of X Y Tribune twenty one sheop and 20 in bank the prodnce of his original purchase There are seventy --one champions ofEngland In games and sports of and also has spent 0 for two suit of TOn Gltfc clothes all sorts 400 P QtJEEN AUD CEESCEETT 0TJT Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads SEE OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO Special attention given to disea cs of women and all difficult chronic cases Patients treated at a distance and Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad- Â¬ mayi6 ir dress DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 51 51 ThoBTTYEBSC issued March anl t i each year It i3 CTJ jolojydia cf urI- rmation foT fti wL c r s the laxur s VTe chase nAffJutitiPt of I clothe you and farmsh rn the neoessary and c r - T all appliances to ride walk tm r c cat fish hunt work go t3 or stay at home and in v r C c styles and quantities Jusi r Z hi a AnnlraH tn Aa ttH VsC rrtMrnDTiDiT ttnfl OYM1 can r th- - J - VEZUl estimate of the value ot -l GUHJB which will De C r- rJ Surgery ummer Goods CONSISTING OF New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the RED HOUSE KY 111 114 Michigan MONTGOMERY WARD Avenue 1 C0J mch2i6m PricpMis Sol Eas the Important I aM nntiWpot I PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law xrmuwmKuti3imm C8BES EKUBIB BBESMB Footwear Furnishing in Central Kentucky CHILD iHTC SHOES THE SOUTHERN HOUTE TO THE PACIFIC lUOrlllllS RICHMOND KY Ml Special attention given t abstracting lilies to lands 111 Eastern Kentucky OI1W in Cmmax building S E COAST- - Corner Main and Second Streets up stairs June -- I tf Best Cough Sjrtip Tastes good in usae aoui dt inumsu WHH AIL USE FAILS Cra We have on hand the most complete line of Goods and Eats aild Virlit Cities uf tho South without llll change frnm Cincinnati and Lexington with IIS Sleeping and Buffet Cars to nearly all of Attorney at Xslot Attorney at Xaw J A SULLIVAN E T BURNAM 1 believe Pisos Ccro for Consumption saved my life A II Doweix Editor Enquirer Eden- v April S lSbT ton Ik We have taken special pains in selecting this stock to get the most Stylish Durable and Comfortable Shoes in the market Bear in mind that we handle the best brands such as J N Cloys Zeigler Bros N Hess Bro and other excellent brands that are first clas and warranted Anything we have in winter goods will be sold at greatly reduced prices WALLACE EIGE BUNNfNG THKOUOH CABS TO JACKSONVILLE FLOBIDA IN TWENTY EIGHT HOUILS Travelers have a oholre of two kinds of Sleeping Car on Cnnntnl ilOlILO OpCClII liUEKN AND CHIfoCENT HOUTE Mniina Elegant Bou- Â¬ doir Buffet Carand rulluianN Finest talace Buffet Sleeper State Boom lattern T Aulir Ulllj JulUC VJ RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Rur OFFICE witliT F nam mi First Street June 22 It PliSO Tho best Couch Medi cine is Pisos Ctre fcb Consumption Children take It without objectlra By all druggists C5c rSflFS WNF9F 111 fISf I1I1S Grand Central therefore saved transfer across Iho City and are assured a journey attended with speei1 comfort and convenience Nearly All Depot Leading Eailroads JSiTbiTSSaSS WS the in Cincinnati passengers holding tickets via this line ar Union Travel via- - Queen and Crescent JOHNCGAULT utfe1nnsrSaie u ot tbt RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE oa Firt street same as formerly occupied by County Judge Miller oct6 Goneral Offices St Paul Building West Fourth St Cincinnati Ohio HCOLIJJUAN General Manager General Passenger Aent B OAHBOLL It X RYAN 1 27 General bunorlutendent Assistant General Passenger Agent ly Eest Cough 87THP Tlstesgood CS gg J A W GROCERY Hig g 1X1 s 01 Attorney atKYLaw RICHMOND Office on Secoud POWELL Street rasram3iiiKi mar7 6ni umne CM I nota DTunureisia June 22 tf Wt 1 UPPER rach2l iy tM STREET Attorney atand adjoining Law Will practice in Madison counties and In tbe Court of Appeals Ofilce In Master Commissioners office over Circuit Clerks office June 22 tf A J REED Biir lit1- - 8 aiiiI T 9t 3 11 sf i - 1 D P ARMER THE MAIN STREET Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands of Roasted Coflee Pure Rio Combination of Rio Java and Mnrncnibo Pure Mocha Pure Private Plantation Java Pure Arabian Mocha ami Genuine These goods are all kept in air light tin cans Male Berry Java New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and 111 II lt9S0J MftL 1 IS Kaai i3 s -- J WSMOBERLEY ItBllCJ1 r M IT 1 T JEWELEE Is the place to goiryod Avant anything in qualities Attorney atKYIaw RICHMOND Ofiice corner Main and First streets up stairs over Bamseya 1- Get az Hi IU 4S 1 V- - JS3 31-230 j -I STAPLE PAHCY GROCERIES J j PPf4 4 Th s l BL3as7- i QueGiiswaro Glassware Woodenwrc Diamonds Watches GALT -- - HOUSE SiSisaMi riii5 Clocks Jewelry Fine Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches Etc Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tabs Uold Ileaded Silk Umbrellas auglO 1 y Gold Headed Canes LOUISVILLE KY Fine Razors Fine Pocket Knives IHCINNATI JULY4ajO OCT 27 W The Largest and Jftiiost Hotel UWWH ffHJBin 1fltKB9IIBaopWUWliVI on 1BKHIWWW BHMreiJiS in the city tat not BnIeA we irtait j a 1 jjxrw No upecial abin v reMrrwnoaiiwwrii totwatenee for mil pariuni s 1 C- arc hose lilts anu men w 3 AimI liiiiMrablP that will not talcs t uieir names aau jaminre ruattaaad are ww inlclng seita -- - - w rr Rewarded - ii -1 i- - 9 m lpiiicstic Sowing Machines AND ALL KINDS OF Rates250 to 4 Per Day raatliYea iTalMt AaMraw SClohon 4 j -- According to rooms Turkish and Russian Bathd in Hotel oct2G ly SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES - BRViG m YOUR 6RAHDJ0B1LEE calebrating liia Old Gold and SILVER and got new goods for UNSURPASSED DISPLAY may23 3tn it or the EXCURSION RATES FROM ALL POINTS gg Setter of the Northwestern Territory AND has revelntionlzed the worm during 1110 Mst lmlf ceutary- - Not least nmoae the woadcrs of Inventive procresa la a metliud and system ar The amfemieBed would repec- work Unit can bo performed alt over the country without repnraUni the workers noanceta thoe contmpia 13 1 uy one ean from thlr homes Pay liberal nreoared to t0i i- - do the work either sex younsorold no tkat lhev H special ability required tapilal not needed 4 BUILOrNOB tvrrY 1 you are nartwl free Cut this oat ami return to us and wa will tend you free somelhlBfr of treat value and Importance to yen that Pfimslrc rr1 fe of Lha1 rt wHI start you In boskwna which will away nuy yuln more money rich tGrand than brine furnished on application on h 0LL LOWG UiHuelKe In the world ontfli free BuiW Add ens True UO Augusta Mates CwUnw tonaail apr iilf uov 39 ir T builder CONTRACTORm v