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IflfcJFSSSF awgpgqpgg c d - i it- - Alft I Vulll 1 iiM J I SHACKELFORD 3ELI033itaO3Sr237 eJC3511 3ps3C NUMBER f 11 TOLUME A BRIDGE DEL- - RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 29 1888 THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM Â¬ I the two wiuntries Captain Jovls the NEWS PARAGRAPHS icronaut says that niter he has crossed ijt is Intended to Connect England and theatlanticin a balloon he shall estab The Worlds annua product of wool lish a balloon service between England Is trance 800000 tons valued at 660000000 and France a service far superior to that of either tunnel or bridge Thecltrus belt of Southern Califor- Â¬ prls Correspondence Y World Baroness Althea Salvador nia shipped this year 2250 car loads of The recent debates in the House of oranges YOURE A DAISY JIM BLAINE 1 IConiMons relti e to the project of have been watched nR tlle Clwooel The convent of the Sacred Heart at Rrent Interest By tlie irencli ILoatavIlIe Post New York burned loss S400000 The I wi 1r c flin fcjr fllia TCnnllbli Ah ha there Jim Bliiue of Maine Inmates escsped jfeq-eiwVj niniMiuiu islam So you are at home at last You have Statistics recently published show Ir Ve thw ever do tliejr fear an invas- - had a very delightful trip in the old that nearly 7000 American citizens reij frjn the French const should the country and you have lost nothing al iluntl be pierced In valn dil1 Mr borne You have succeeded in keep- side in aud about Paris jajtJe recall to the memory of hla ing your name before tbe American An Ohio girl apparently died and Ip jEpatrlotK the ract mat lor ten cen people every day that you bave been was placed in her coffin from which lj3riesFraree lias been invaded many absent and you come home amid a she arose 30 hours cnjjland flourish of trumpets and a beating of had been in a trance afterwards She rJEad more tlaif J but was perfectly Ihv Fiance the members of Parlia- - drums that Is positively deafening conscious of what was going on jDtt by a vote 305 against 167 re- - You didnt get the unanimous nomi vetl the bill is tne question aenni- - nation for the presidency that you By the will of Frizee Lee a rich old ri fw a 1pannli mam iI ouneti i i iunuwiui wanted but you will have the satisfac hermit who died near Piaiufleld N J exifts in spite of liouatuhorica tion ofdiscocering iu a very little while last Sunday the Scotch Plains Baptist rat tia ly ttie English Parliament As that the man who did get it is fore- Church obtains a bequest of 300000 Wntkiu said at Westmins doomed to defeat You will be the Only 7250 was divided among a score gr the French company hero of the Republican party from now of relatives There will be a light at ter Palace tizvu ly the name of Submarine until election time and you will be law over the matter Inroad Company lias already spent more popular after the disaster in No During the past year the George- Â¬ ov000 franc This company lias vember than you are at present town Baptist church has had 44 addi You bave done a good years work frProiuent JI Lon bay lor Vice tions by baptism 24 by letter and four Present M Itaoul Duval men who for yourself Jim Blaine of Maine and by relation Twenty otie have been dcvne tlicir energies to tbe Fucceas of you had more solid enjoyment doing dismissed by letter and six have died The project of connecting it than most men find in political th scheme a You have travelled about over making net increase of 45 Its total Diver wth Calais by a submarine rail- - work new Thirty years ago the country like a prince and you bave contribution during the year were 5s not wsv S350895 Q je n Victoria aud Prince Albert hoped seen everything that is worth seeing would unite England and You have gained ground at home by t at a tunnel The garden for the Insane Asylum heing absent and you have spread at Lexington contains 75 acres The Frscce in many countries patients consume for dinner 800 roast- Â¬ Fretich engineers at that time began your notoriety work nd iuimediately the results There are no flies on you Jim Blaine ing ears 5 bushels of tomatoes 8 bush- Â¬ itls satisfactory Examination of and you know how to play both ends els of potatoes 60 head of cabbage and a uiilcr the Channel proved tbe against the middle to perfection s You other vegetables in proportion Tbe of Rouen chalk deep have been toasted aud treated and you gardener has put up 60 barrels of kraut i nice of a tonsil io tier a Hire guarantee huve known ust when to decline an aud 700 bushels of onions for winter infiltration Through this it honor that might cost you something aud will put up 200 bushels of can- Â¬ on this side of the water You have ned tomatoes was uuntl that a perfectly dry gallery Bourbon News The work of dig- - made friends among the Irish by be- Â¬ be iierforated c Tbe expenses of a Presidential elec- Â¬ with free trade girg near Calais was accomplished at ing companionable tion in this country are about 20000 te ratf if thirty m tres in twenty four Gladstone and you have kept yourself 000 which divided by four gives Never had a Hmllur operalon solid with tbe protectionists by con fcar 5000000 a year as what we pay for urcteded so well At the Simulon sorting with Monopolist Carnegie Doubt six Metres were finieiied You have associated with nobility maintaining free government cvfiveor It was natural that the without losing any of your democracy less much of this is expended foolishly eacj day y preimreu You have kept yourself free from any some perhaps wrongfully but this Xjanj Iliougm ine and tbe French sort of foreign entanglement and yet Yankee nation nil the same gets better for t mate succe Parliament tutssed u law by which the you have lost no chance to make your Government at a cheaper rate than c nspatiy had premisiou to u e the self solid at home by patronizing the any other people iu the world f r transportation of passengers right faction abroad You bave grown tnifl God bless the women They are gnJ merchandise during ninety nine in health you have lost nothing in always ahead iu every good word and wealth and you have more than ever work Statistics show tliat of the total yesft liRt is one half of the tunnel endeared yourself to the hearts of your church ten milef would belong to theEnglish membership they compose admiring fellow partisans cmpiny more ttinn two thirds and iu the Unit Â¬ Oh you are a magnetic man Jim ed States where the sexes are about Ii the eginniiig public opinion in E gaiiil favored the enterprise and Bluine theres no two ways about it evenly divided there are 55000 men t 3 rivil companies were formed to And you are a slick man and bard to iu the penitentiary to 5000 women It ilulj on the Eiiglhh coast what had down You know your business as a will be just this way in heaven too bet nreitly proven in France The politician and as au advertiser you unless we poor mortals meud our ways Ktne stratum of Rouen chalk was knock the spots out of any patent Stanford Journal fouui and the rival companies beÂ¬ mediciue company that ever existed The Board nl Sustentation Fund of came one in order to make success Tbe eyes of the country are turned upon you to day aud you are receiving the Presbyteriau church in connec- Â¬ mre certain Then came fear At a banquet of such a reception as was never before tion with the Northern General AsBight sembly through their treasurer Mr the Hore Guards Lord Wntatey spoke given an American citizen rftie dangers for British stifelj- - in a now when Benjamin Harrison ought Campbell of Philadelphia contributed unitary ioint of view were there n to be tlie biirgest man in his party aud by check 250 less insurance for four tuuuc This when Indianapolis ought to bo the years to Mr J N Craig trustee of under tbe Channel the Presbyterian church of Stanford tpfeth vi echoed everywhere In Eng- - Mecca toward which all Republican kril and there ivas a veritable imnic faces are turned you step io nud snuff for ttie benefit of said church The X lotig after theEnglish company out his light as if it was n tallow dip board will please accept the thanks of Stan Â¬ rs f Tljnlden to continue its work and You throw Benjamin H iuto the an appreciative congregation 2jir remalued in statu quo How shade you relegate him to temporary ford Journa company was made to win oblivion Your great reception makes trtr The eugiucer hoist by his own peof the authorities and at the forced machine like gatherings tard can find congenial company in las a tiiil was broujht tiefore the at Indianapolis seem like cartoons Fleming couuty Hon James W ou have taken all the wind out II ife of Commons result a temporCraiu while representing that county ary Jeft at of Benjamins sails you have soured iu the Legislature three years ago was Ts Frtnch are gratified that there the enthusiasm of his campaign the author of astringent law prohibit- Â¬ arss rcsei t IBS voices in the British But you are solid Jim Blaine if your ing the sale of intoxicating liquors in Piamcrt that favor tliit scheme but candidate isnt You have worked the Flemiui county Yesterday the grand Dry nre bligel to wait in patience magnetic racket to a fine point and jury indicted Mr Craln for selliug cer- Â¬ you are just aboomiug to day We li tlitJr neighbors sliall have regnin tain bitters Unit joil a man like the eJ tUtr senses Or perhaps it would lift our hat to you Jim Blaiue of strnighteet brands of red liquor and he te well to follow the advice of M de Maine you can never be President will have an oporlunlty to test the va- Â¬ Ljw i received no authoriztition but youre a daisy if ever there was lidity of his law which provides a pen I wnkoti the Suez Canal but the day one alty of from 5100 to 300 for selling or it was finished the concession wa giving away spirituous villous or malt g artel when CONCERNING Make your tunnel anil FARMERS liquors even for medical purposes iUinll be finished the British Iarlia-n-- t Courier Journal wIl authorize you to begin the R L Hubble bought last week of JudneT F Hargis of Louisville writ While waitng for the comple- Allen Beaty of Cliuton county a will pass through Fiueville In a few i t r the tunnel there is another pro jack days en route for Mt jack colt Pleasant where jit fir crossing the Channel by Becker for which by his noted1000 he paid he will go to make preliminary aron rreais cf a bridge from Ambleteuse News rangements for the establishment of an t French coait to Folkestone Ad Lancaster educational institution that promises Times says Klemlngsburg ir al CI me the great Freneh naval The to be one of the most important feat- Â¬ c xmandcr who lends his name to Chas Marshall and sou RoU T ures of material progress in the moun tleKheme sakl m me The bridge sold to Ford Ferguson 100 w tie iwcity two miles in length stpersat5 half for August delivery tains of South eastern Kentucky ihbe ilsa twoxiuts in mid chan aud half later on This is about the Judge Hargis is taking a leading part r t mar tle rocks Coltiert and Varne largest sale in tbe couutry this season iu the work aud has already made con- Â¬ siderable progress in the undertaking 0i he French i iile of the channel the The Kansas wheat crop harvested It will be a institute of learn- id f water is about one huudretl ten per cent above previous estimates ing J filty Teef but between the French and the projectors will make the a yield of 17500000 and will make education of the youth of the mounsIj1i coasts the depth varies from bushels ou 1000000 acres The acret ection its only aim While in f one hundred and fifty feet age of com was increased ten per cent tain Pleasant Judge Hargis will deed Mt T cMructure i not to be a suspeiMiioo over that of last year and is in good 1 fc hut a viaduct built of stone and condition aud generally free from in the site for its erection to the trustees n Tue piers will be 90 by 160 feet nnd attend to other details of tbe work sect depredations 4 A sufficient fund will be raised to n e 30 feet above the sea level Heury Stark tiear Glendale sowed erect the necessary buildings and en Â¬ ni pier to iiier will be u distance of irii en bushels of rye from liich he dow the institution on a firm and lastCThuiiJred yards aud the weight of tr s iron woiks will be about twenty has just harvested 233 bushels In ad ing basts It is proposed to otter the fire th iuaud tons I am responsible dition to this good yield Mr htarK benefits of the school free Io n given ur a new feature in bridge coustruc- - a ivs the nasturaite tbe rye aflorded his number of young men anxious to ac- Â¬ We do not build hall the span stock up to the 15th of April more quire knowledge but pecuniary unable to meet the expenses of a collegiate lritrse pltr until It meets the other tbau paid for the seed and sowing course and ten scholarships will be 4a flut we have a whole span made Ellzabethtowu News to each of tho following counties tfirnn on shore Then on a pleasant W O Brock sold this week to J W given Bell Letcher Leslie and fy Hils entire span will be carried on Canon 170 lambs weigbitig about 70 Harlan Iglit pontoon cases tilaced on apar- Mr Perry the matriculants to be appoint Â¬ cents per pound pounds at 5 He hoe 000 lambs ed either by the County Judge or with the piers and ns the Brock has handled about f enters thenontoon naHes thev this year and estimates the lamb Superintendent of County Schools trustees hae not yet selected a feking lriUK Span j0 ts proper crop of this county at 8000 to 10000 The el Of course the bridge will be The quality has been unusually good name for tlie institution but there Is a wilb enough for tbe greatest ships to and the price has ranged 4 to do per strong sentiment in tbe board In favor College Pine s underneath aud tbe same precau- - pound an average of about 5 cent per of calling It Hargis ville Messenger will bo taken as at the Buez pound Winchester Democrat al so that there may be no collls with the piers The bridge will be A THRILLING DRA3IA HARVEST EXCURSIONS fret wide having a road for foot pssM ngera and carriages four railway Actl Scene 1 Clarksvllle pike To Minnesota Dakota Montana iDf guard houses electric lights just beyond city limits Hogs iu gar- Â¬ arm bills etc For the Information of all parties deden dogs catch em and tear em up siring to take a trip through Northern The only great dlfliculty will be ou f aflng the jiers in deep water but in colored woman in tbe dim distance Minnesota Dakota or Montana for a dead run for scene of conflict sralia piers have been sunk at 160 the purpose of looking over the country Kepne 2 Arrival of colored woman or witii the idea of selecting a new Iet The Channel Bridge and Kall nother appears at back door of house home within the boundaries of the y Company is already formed aud ioud talking by both mey nisu i e engineers grandest wheat belt iu the world and and contractors engag Curtain falls on general mix an ogrlcultural country suitable for to the construction of this link getlie J een Et gland ture of bad language flying hair strip- diversified farming dairy and stock and France Tlie ed trwklna and lust purposes fheSt Paul Minneapolis al stems very hopefnl but he Krone 3 Two colored damsels look Mnultoba By will put iueflectn rate assured that the English ruefully at themselves and discover a fight against a bridge as long as general Joes of skin clothes black hair for the roil ml trip from St Paul to t a tutiDcl points on Its line cheaper than ever be Tecalm their fears Iioves In sigh t fore Aug 21st Sept Hth and Oct lasea bridge would Inke away a and breath Oflicer deep dark rushes them off to Dili and 231 tickets will be sold from ueieuce Ihn Admirnl says and your mind In all points south and east of St Paul Aeadiend we i ball UIHCCB swivel dungeon i gcene 4 Court house stern judge In aRe and t dipfiri For maps and Information apply to MiqicWpI Jtrni chair 75 or 30 witness In fore grounu use can your home ticket agent Jo any agent be swung open and all I exam Iinatloti SI ar cst- nimui nicatious of the compauy or between the two tonntri F I Whitney Gov will cease Texas Democrats re nomlaated 8o reat l Genl Pats and TkL Agl Ki ii a A iiAVir nM Gov Wheeler Wedues- Ross and Lt Jl- Paul Minn Ted means of day transit betweea tun-in- t- 22 MILES LONG uieircij Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ - 7 V Â¬ ju Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ld pii J Â¬ Â¬ C 1 Â¬ I tient te Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m two-year-o-ld Â¬ -- Â¬ 1 first-clni- Â¬ The Democratic party of the United States In National Convention assembled renews tbe pledge of Its fidelity to Democratic faith and reaffirms tbe platform nddpted by its representatives In the Convention of 1881 and indorses tho views expressed by Presi Â¬ dent Cleveland In his last earnest message to Congress as the correct Interpretation of that platform on the question of tarts reduction and also Indorses the efforts of our Democrat- Â¬ ic representatives In Cougress to secure a reduction of excessive taxation Chief among its principles of party faith are the mainte-Â¬ nance of an Indissoluble anion of free and lndiistructlbte States now about to enter upon Its second century of unexampled progress and renown devotion to a plan of government strictly specifying every grantÂ¬ ed power and expressly reserving to tho States or people tbe entire nngrnnted residue of power tbe encouragement of a zealous popular vigilance directed to all who have been chosen for brief terms to enact and execute the laws and are charged with pre- Â¬ serving peace insuring equality and estab- Â¬ lishing justice The Democratic party welcomes an exact- Â¬ ing scrutiny of tho administration of tlie executive power which four years ago was committed to its trust In tho election of Grover Cleveland President of the United SUtcRnnd it challenges the most searching Inquiry concerning Its fidelity and devotion to the pledges which then Invited tho suf- Â¬ frages of the people During a most critical period of our finan Â¬ cial affairs resulting from over taxation tlie anomalous condition of our currency and a public debt unmatured it has by the adoption of a wise and conservative course not only averted a disaster but great- Â¬ ly promoted the prosperity of the people It has reversed tbe Improvident and nnwlse policy of the Republican party touching the public domain and has reclaimed from cor- Â¬ porations and syndicates alien and domestic and restored to the people nearly 100000000 acres of land to be sacredly held as homeWhile carefully steads for our citizens guarding the interest and the principles of Justice and equity It has paid out more for ensions nud bounties to tlie soldiers nnd and sailors of the Republic than ever paid before dnrlng an equal period It has adopt- Â¬ ed and constantly pursued a firm and pru- Â¬ dent foreign policy with all nations white scrupulously maintaining all the right and Interests of our own Government and people at homo and abroad The exclusion from our shores of Chinese laborers has been effectually secured under tlie provisions of a treaty the operation of which has been postponed by an action of a Republican majority in the Senate Iu every branch of tlie department of the Government under Democratic control the rights and the welfare of all the people have guarded and defended every public Interest has been protected and the equality of all our citizens before the law without regard to race or color has been steadfastly main- Â¬ tained Upon Its record thus exhibited and upon a pledge of a continuance to the people of the benefits of it Democracy Invokes a renewal of popular trust by the re election of a Chief Magistrate who has been faithful able nnd prudent To invoke In addition to that trust by tlie transfer also to the Democracy of the entire legislative power The Republican party controllng the Senate and resisting In both Houses of Con gress a reformation of nnjust and unequal tax laws which have outlasted tho uecessl ties of war and are now undervaluing tlie abundance of a long peace deny to the people equality before the law and the fairness and Jnstlco which are their right Then the cry of American labor for a better share in the rewards of industry is stifled with false pretenses enterprise is fettering and bound down to home markets capital Is discouraged with doubt and unequal and nnj ust laws can neither be properly amended nor repealed Tlie Democratic party will continue with all the power confided to it the strnggle to reform these laws In accordance with the pledges of the last platform Indorsed at tho ballot box by tin suffrage of the people Of all tho Industrious freemen of our land the immense majority including every tiller of tho soil gain no advantago from exces slve laws but the price of nearly everything they buy Is increased by the favoritism of an unequal system of tax legislation AH unnecessary taxation is nnjust taxa tlon it is repugnant to the creed of Demo- Â¬ cracy that bysucti taxation the cost of the necessaries of life should be unjustifiably Increased to all our people Judged by Dem- Â¬ ocratic principles tbe interests of the people ore betrayed when by unnecessary taxation trusts and combinations are permitted to exist which while unduly enriching the few that combine rob the body of citizens by depriving them of the beuefltsof natural competition Every Democrat true to gov ernmental action is violated when through unnecessary taxation avast snmof money far tieyond the economical administration is drawn from the people aud the channels of trade nnd accumulated as a demoralizing surplus In tbe fictional treasury The money now lying idle In tho Federal treasury resulting from superfluous taxationamoants to more tlion 125oooooo and the surplus collected is reaching the sum of more than Go000000 annually Debauched by this immense temptation tlie remedy of tho Republican party is to meet and exhaust by extravagant appropri ations and expenses whether constitutional or not the accumulation of extravagant taxation The Democratic policy is to en- Â¬ force frugality in public expenses by abol ishing unnecessary taxation Our establish lng domestic Industries and enterprises should not aud need not be endangered by the reduction correction of the burden of Â¬ est Gough Cure For all diseases of the Throat and Lungs no remedy is so safe specdyand sertaln as AVers Cherry Pectoral An indispensable family medicine I find Ayers Cherry Pectoral an Invaluable remedy for colds coughs and other ailments of the throat and tungs M S Randall 201 Broadway Albany N X I have used Ayers Cherry Pectoral or bronchitis and tor which I beliovo it to bo the greatest James Miller medicine in tho world Caraway N C Sly wifo bad a distressing cough with paln3 in tho side and breast We tried various medicines bat none did her any good until I got a bottle of Ayers Chcny Pectoral which has cared her A neighbor Mra Glenn had the measles and tho cough was relieved by tho use of Ayers Cherry Pectoral I liaro no hesitation in recommending Robert Horton ForeÂ¬ this medicine man Headlight Morrillton Ark Ayers Cherry Pectoral cured mo oi a severe cold which had settled on m lungs My wife says the Pectoral helps her more than any other medicine she Enos Clark Mt IJberty ever used Kansas BIU aMFIi Guard against burglars and fire by pur- Â¬ chasing a burglar proof and fire proot Every merchant every fanner every business 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 Irom all harm at small expense GEHTRY 3SL3E33SrZTJOEL-32- CO a u FIFO Â¬ Hi suraocei SA a b h L Lung Diseases The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricultural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Eichmond THE CARY SAFE CO West Eagle St EutTaloN Y JEfOne of tlie Carey safes can be seen at The Climax office 51 25 We Want ioui To send us cents for one of our 40 We represent ten of the strong Â¬ est Firb Insurance Coxpaxiks in tbe world We represent tbe Company that has the largest capital in the world the Company that has the largest paid up capital in tlie world the Company that has tlte largest assets in the world the IN PACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY that only Company in the world pays its losses without dfe coant and does not make you AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAYING BEEN agree in its policy to wait sixty IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 days after a lire to get your money All Companies charge the same YEARS OR M0R IN THIS TOWN rate then We keep constantly on hand a large stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE of all kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE- Â¬ Insure your house and contents RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all fjoods in other lines that we and sleep soundly it will be too Special attention given to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts c for Tobacco late after you are burned out handle Bams We are the agents for the most celebrated k 1 j a Why not Insure in the Best Ayers Cherry Pectoral PREPARED ST Dr J C Ayer Co Trice Lowell Mass 1 Bold by all Druggists Ix bottles 3 64 FARM WRENCHES 43 Light Handy and Stronpr trill Outwear and Out- Â¬ last tiro Ordinary Wrenches Farming Implements and Machinery have over 40 000000 capital and over 100 000000 assets viz Our Companies Liverpool London Globe Commercial Union Gwarehaa WHY BUY CHEAP Patent Mushy PAINTS MADE OF later V1VI Benzine Rosin Bar tllS OTHER- - We call attention to a few that we keep and are agents for The Walter A Woods Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers Ait Elleich The Buckeye Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers Household S D Set The Celebrated Oliver Chilled Plows over 1500 of them having been soM by us This set consists ot a Rowtrood Handle and tour interchangeable blades 2 screw drivers and 2 chisels fitting same nil packed Inaneat wood They have no equal box This tool is constantly useful everywhere None better Meikel Steel Plows and Double Shovels around the house at the office In tho shop on the farm Sent free on receipt of I CO James H Halls Steel Hill Side and Turning Plows Ask Your Local Dealer The Celebrated Browns Walking and Riding Cultivators for them It he has not got them he will get them for you or we will send either on receipt of price Â¬ The Celebrated Big Injun Sulky Plow only has to be seen to know that k is the as above Semi stomp for our Unit rated catalogue best in the market CO ELTSICH The Keystone Disk Harrow that is pronounced the best in use Plantsvlllc Conn The Only Reliable Corn Planter Vandiver Rotary Ask aM who have used 51 24 them At least ioo of them in use in the county The Evans Corn Drill the only one that has proved a perfect success Have sold them for years Tlie Celebrated Bell City Feed Cutter both for power and hand None equal to Tho Original Wins C F Simmons St Louis Propr Also a full line of other kinds of Feed Cutters it JIASirnmons Liver MedieineEstd me u 5 Court defeats J The Celebrated OIl Hickory Farm Wagon HZeihn Propr A Q Simmons Lir cr Hegulator Estd by Zeilin SGS We have also taken the agency for the Croker Fertilizer and Chemical CosFer M A S L At has for 47 years enred Indigestion Biliousness tilizer that is pronounced the best in the United States Try it or corn tobacco UYsrirsuicit HeadaciieLost Aitbtite Soua Stomach Etc potatoes and wheat in fact anything that grows Rev T Jl Reams rastorSI K 1 Church Adams Tenn writes I 1 ESyWe keep a list of all Farming Implements that wc sell and who buys them Ata9rt673 2476165 2083334 605025 Heme Lancashire Qoeen Hartford German FSremaasFtmd National Total 5h 2i8i5 3187173 78955 061183 1 0657 1119121514 apriS 9m ADRUFF EMT FIBMT 1 Atarax Cheap Stuff Which cost to produce from 30 TO 4QC PER GALLON The manufacturers of same direct that they be flowed on because they have no body and hence they will not cover and therefore will require about twice the amount of paint to cover the same amount of surface that any Pure Linseed Oil and Lead well rubbed out properly applied will Â¬ I received a naekar e nf vnnrlivr Medicine and have used half of it xt works like a charm I want no better Liver Reimlator and err taicly no more ofZeilins mixture saouia cave been dead but lor your Genuine M A Sim mons iiver iuecncine baTts sometimes had to snbstittita Zcilins stuff for youf Medi cine but it dont answer the pnrpose Dr I R Graves Kilitor Tlr Datlitt JlemDhisTenn nn- X Â¬ and any one that wants to satisfy himself as regards satisfaction that they give can ask parties using them jr We are determined to keep goods for all The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairy The Farmer can find all he wants under our roof Machinery Trace chains c Homes Hay forks Shovels Builder can find all he wants The Carpenter and The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the only complete stock of Iron Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the town We of course cant enumerate all the goods we handle but ak all to come and They will see for themselves the stock of goods we keep in oar 127 foot store honse find UUIBUUII DEALER IN Ill at for Watehes Â¬ Clocks Jewelry Silver ami 49 40 I Jftaletl ware ete Sfeiftl attendee giv ew to at a- - SETTING DIAMONDS M Ct it L THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS IIMIIIIIIWKMMMWMMMaWI IWI AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONBS cover WILLGINGS PURE MIXED PAINTS IN OVER 100 Different AND COLORS The Popular Lina between We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only employ the Promptly dune ami 1b a workwaaltfce Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic himself will most competent workmen manner give special attention to all work done in that line ROOFING GUTTERING RE- as lie has done in tne past L FAIKlNii Our lone experience in our business enables us to be well up in it in tbe way of Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver markets and buying our goods strictly lor cash enables us to buy at tne bottom price Dont forget that you can always find the SS Dont forget the phtee Best tfec and that benefit we give to our customers to tbe Post uifiee Riebmoml Ky lowest prices and the best goods at the old reliable house of irs all ml SHACKELFORD GENTRY Cincinnati Till Entire CO- - janMf Indianapolis and mchii tf Ms Pullman Sleeping Cars and Eletrant Ha dining Chair Oars on Night Trains Magnificent Faxlor Cars on Say Trains CHIOAG O Tnhu ECI THEOCSa TTltloat Clinje LAFAYETTE PATEIT procured Ilejt etetl Ajtltettoui Re Â¬ vived and Proeeeuted All buaiiMes before the U S Patent Oftiee prompt Â¬ ly attended to for moderate fees and no charge made unless Patent Is seeured Send lor Inventors Guide as of 4 Patents Caveat anil Trade Xarka znELXXCTlS SOL1XBETWEEN Are guaranteed to be made of Louis Pure Linseed Oil White Lead Cincinnati and St Biff Four C Ballirsr Via the C L St L Zinc and other purest and best Pullman Bnflet sad Yaadalls Line Sleeping Cars Pullman Reclining Hrst Clxsj Coache Can materials They contain no water Chair CoachesNew Baggasre Cars ail run Second and Class through rithout change between Cincinnati and St Louis benzine barytus or other cheap Cor materials will cover 300 square wElegant Reclining Chair Cars BITWN feet two coals manufactured and Cincinnati and Peoria 111 TIX TH put up only by Geo M WiHging C I St L C and I B A W Short line Richmond Ky Price Wholesale Commodious Reclining Chair Cars BETWEEN or Retail hlimjoli FesriiIH and Eeohk m Tlie Clotliieav AT McKEES OLD STAND 38 as he alt d FRANKLIN H HOUGH may 9tf Washington D C f ire tot P- er- - First and Main Streets Richmond Ky Money advanced give security preferred monthly to pay expense A great ohoaeo Siate age buuueaa right men for eipewjnce and to save time better sendÂ¬ names and address ot reference No atten tion pidd to postal cards 3ever mind about sending stamp for reply Address BUSI Â¬ NESS Box 1 Rich uhmmI Va Reliable and Active Hon to travel for an datiMietl House daring the summer months Those who can furu wh a bonte ami tie 1 t- rtcea od Â¬ Â¬ ii Â¬ 1 Â¬ - ance for the dlffernnce between tho wages of American nnd foreign labor must promote end encourage every branch of such indus tries and enterprise by giving them assur- Â¬ ance of an extended market and steady and continuous operations In the interest of American labor which should iu no event be neglected tho revision of our tax laws contemplated by the Democratic party should promote tile advantage of such labor by cheapening the cost of the necessaries of life In the home of every working man and at tbe same time securing to him steady and remunerative employment Upon the question of tariff reform so close- Â¬ ly concerning every phasoot our national life and on every qnestion involved in the problem of good government the Democrat Ic party submits Its principles and profes sions to tho Intelligent suffrage of the Ameri can people VIEWING THE PROMISED tbe contrary a fair and care-Â¬ ful revision of the tax laws with due allow- Â¬ taxation On 125 Per Gallon for all ordinary shades or colors Will make any shade or color to order GEO Main St mar7 tf I St P W B Bds At Chicago St-- Louis and Peoria dote and im Â¬ mediate connections are made irith all Lines to and from the Northwest West and Southwell Ttoasgh Tieltti and Btrsiji Cfcttli t til FriEtlpU Tahiti Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St L C also via this line at ill Coupon Ticket Offices throughout the country JOHN ECANGeniraw and Tkt Agent C L ft C and T Via SHELDON i f bahK THE LEADS JJ WOULD SS00 In GoVi for General Seperiority atCfe-- QBaati lmruytnal tiHwuion alter toil tnai ana xoen tesc Rt GENTS FURNISHING GOODS TRUNKS BUSES II WILLG1NG THE curcxErciATiQ Decorator in Paint and Paper Richmond Ky lias A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats c Peerless Engines Engines Geijor 8ESfWAf TogetaFlrst ClnaaWatcn Is in our Co Optratlvo Clsbs Fine Carriages HIE IflOB LOWEST CASH PRICES In SbS8 GLOB GO j W SSs Handkerchiefs Hosiery Domestic and Creamery Tfce Steam Gang- Plows Tltreslier and Cleaner - Traction and Portable je LAND Squatters on the Ground Awnitins the Opening of an Indian Reserratlon News pf the opening of Ihe Black Feet Reservation is awaited impatiently here and throughout Northern Montana A lorge number of persons have gone to ttie reservation olocaterancbes mines and town sites The desirable valleys are fairly covered with tents Iho great- Â¬ est rush apparently being to the Big Sandy the famous hay grounds Sold iers as well as civilians are ou the grounds and when news comes that the bill Is signed there is likelv to be rush Bullhocs Valley beyond Fort Assinlboine is all staked oil and the tents 01 the squatter may be seen al along the valley of the Milk River mere Is a Mlver lode In the Bear Paw Mountains that was located several years ago It is understood that several parties are on hand watch lng to locate this mine as well as lo prospect for others Chicago Tribune Ed Tlie President h9 now signed the BIU Urowing open for settlement tlie Indian lteservatiou in Montana JSmaytf Great Falls Mont J KENTUCKY This is tho Beif Cicnpest Host Convenient and only cooperative System of telling watches Thevratebes aro American Lever Stem Winders pnntnhilrig every essential to accuracy and dura- Â¬ bility and have in addition numerous patented improvements found la no ether watch TUcyaro absolutely tho only Datt and Uamjtproef Store ments made in tho World and are jeweled throughout with OENUIXE HVBUEX The Thousands of tho best 3800 Sold Watch ever made aro soil Â¬ ing in onr Co operative Clubs A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all otlier liinds of suits Underwear in pro fusion Prices to meet the demands of tua IPTSweMjlMjfLJJ Patent Variable Me- 1eed Pat Docs Set TVortsaJMl Saw4anide Latest bnprored and cheapest Saw Jffl on the raartei seaa ror catalogue xj u We raut agents and iu v te corrrspoulence GElSEIi 2IAXUFACTTRIXG TTiTszactr rxtsnsr si pa 6m CO apr3 Â¬ CARRIAGE WORKS IatCTiiStem irind anil Set is the Eongest and simplest mode They aro fully equal for ap pearante accuracy durability and tervic JOHN DONELSON apr4 tf Pbofiuetoe taamj75iratch brings Our co operative Crab System them within the reach of every one X d theECEYSTOWE the times nprlSt WT0ff PO Contractor and Builder Is prepared with aa experienced set of hands to do all kinds ot house building and repairing Give him a call mar7 Wmm life WC mch ffzsswll ymu Box 023 PnUn Paa a refer to soy Cam AGENTS mereisl Agency 1WHTED Clubs Constantly PonoinST Join How and Save Honey 035 Chestcnt St J Â¬ tf WANT ACENT3 lA fim have Agencies in every large City EVERYWHERE t CELEBRATED FEMALE Uaod rtOniVC aertarenale and aiwwr effectual rqV tin UIA Q today by lojmo American women mmmmmmm rwno aauwteal niperior to all otlierPanio cmllML or eauh nt tmded snt by malL ulanfcs Drlsx37miEontStliotoaMas Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Shingles Laths Tr U W B WHITE P TP R Mouldings Pauce Steamers Tobt Trips p Summer ACICINAC ours Low Rates Week Betweea DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND lu -- Lifaof JERRY WARD BEEBBER Wo from irtrlnc Jr ISutntted One XXMerbij Exprenago W Wrtli prepaid duuh met rh nrtnv iivtnv - M to Ml Station 6 Urookl vn JfOK apU26hj Sea Wonders exist in thousands of rormx but aro surpassed by the mnrvels of invention Those who are m need otnrofltahie work Uint en be done while1 Jivlnunt homo should at once send tlietrndiirCMVlo Hiillett Co Tort Innd Mame and receive free foil Informa tion how eufier sex of all age can ennv ironi a ioizd peruojf uuu upvraru wnejrever tlioy live Von are fctarled 1 rae Capital not rcqauod Some have made over fCO lu n tJngleday atthlsworic AU succeed oov3Q ly DEEP Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky may iRongii and IDressed Xomiber DETROIT AND 6t Staaoe Cbeborpa Aloen HrrlrtUs CMOtta Sand sna fort Hurra St CWbToaUasd Houe suites CHsr BretT Weak Say Betoma Speet a SuEdw Trip derisc CLEVELAND Aecssi JaJr oun illustrated vm V scrBjaaai Pamphlets Bsesnian Sato sad yonrllaJa Ageat grniMuiss kt Br E It WHITCOW3 Gwi Pn Ar DETROIT apr-if-to- ft J L MilTEBS MICH kJV I t c j CEHTRAL UHIVERS1TY THE NEXT SESSION WILL OPEN ef that government and that It would probably be the first of next year before the treaty could bo agreed upon The TOtMJSHEB EVERY WEDNESDAY object of the bill was to carry out the provisions of iho treaty aa soon as It was ratified by both countries He Co briefly reviewed the provisions of prev Â¬ ious treaties between the tiuiteti States ami China and of the laws founded FltEXCH TIPTON ElHTeRS WM U WllllC thereon iu order to emphasize the ne- Â¬ cessity for the adoption of a new treaty PRICE PER YEAR 150 and the passage of the pending meas sure Thesuhject of Chinese immigra WEDNESDAY AUGUST 39 1886 tion was an important one aud deserv Â¬ ed most careful consideration- - The pemliug treaty was n libera one and the president and his able Bee retary or State were enthfed to great credit for having at lust a treaty which FOR PK SiDKNT was to prevent the hordes of Chinese GROVER CLEVELAND from coming to this couutry The de Â¬ mand for the promulgation of the treaty OF XKW YOHK and the passing of the bill came from the Pacific coast in a mauner which PK VICE TRBSIDBNT Must be heeded and he only regretted ALLAN G TQURMAN that action had been taken which would delay giving effect to the treaty OF OHIO The bill was prepared in accordance FAR CONeRB9S with the treaty aud was a long step forward toward meting the evils JAMES B MoOKEARY which beset the people of California W MAIMSOX He was in favor ot opening the ports of tlie United States to the worthy peoÂ¬ More sixty cases of yellow ple from every country but lie did not fever are now under treatment at believe that the Chinese with their Jacksonville Florida One hun habHs their customs their tastes aud dred cases in all have appeared their religion were worthy of coming into this couutry They come without and several deaths occurred wives or children and were enabled Cleveland sent a message to the therefore to work for smalt wages and Home on the Fislrcries question in California the question was not the that knocked all the foolishness survival of the cheapest He hoped ottt of the howlers who have been that the house would pass the bill saying that he was too much of an without objection or division THE CLIMAX Climax Printing i Â¬ Democratic Ticket tkn English tody to suit them NATIONAL Col Sam A Walton lias been ASSOCIATION OF CKATIC CLUBS DEMO- - elected President of the Kentucky Democratic Club at Washington He k a typical Kentuckian and will look imposing at tlte Itead of suck an organization Stanford Journal Â¬ Â¬ I a I - I To alt Democratic Clubs of States were added to Wt beg leave to inform you that the terian churchesthe Baptist aud Presby- Â¬ The people had pros- Â¬ National Association of Democratic pered and were happy As a Ulafk of Clubs of the United States through aud hospitality their side boards were fur Â¬ by its Executive Committee have nished at ail tidies with a variety of made arrangements with The Pettl- good liquors free for all A Tew of the boue Campaign Supply Company of good sisters saw the danger of so much 148 West 4th St Cincinnati Ohio for free whisky the manufacturing of Campaign Sup- Â¬ aud began toin their peaceful abodes talk temperance After plies and Outfits for the Democratic putting their houses in order by clear Clubs of the Uuited States ing side boards of all intoxicants The uttject of this Is to enable all Mrs their Nancy Irvine Mrs Robert Clark Democratic Clutis to identify them Miss Eliza Caldwell Mrs Win Wil- Â¬ selves with the National Association ot Gov McCreary added furl Iter Democratic Clubs aud Its Campaign liams aud many others laid the cornerlaurels to his fame in the House Committee to secure uniformity in uni Â¬ stone nf the Iffirst temperance edifice in Kentucky not States Saturday by a telling speech on forms banners and all campaign That corner stone iu the United1827 by was laid in equipments aud to obtain these goods the Chinese question His ar the fair hands of woman in raignment of tlte Republican par- Â¬ for the clubs at manufacturers1 prices or Madison near the White the county Oak Pond ty on its disposition to flood tlte Uuder this arrangement the clubs church and consecrated to temperance country with tlte miserable refuse will be enabled to deal direct with the forever In that year there was a of China to compete with Itonest manufacturer a well known reliable great temperance revival and many home labor was very strong a ltd and trustworthy house which we be- Â¬ additions to the cause for a time The his speech will furnish much cam lieve is the lust equipped for furnish Â¬ uext temperance revival twenty years ing Mteh goods of any house of this mtn material on tlte question afterward was In Ohio It loomed up kiwi in the country Stanford Journal As time is everything In this cam Â¬ with dazzling brightness reaching Into Kentucky for a ehort season then all paign to be quickly supplied is au im PURE DEMaCKACY was darker than before The names of portant point the pioneers of temperance are almost There h no lime to be lost and the Grover Cleveland says Our lost in the swift revolving scenes of Government belongs to the people officers of every dub should tee that time No church building in Rich- Â¬ They have decreed ite purpose Ka orders for uniforms and equipments mond then The nearest churches and it is their clear right to de Â¬ be tent to the Pettibone Company were White Oak Pond and Mount without mand that its costs shall be limit Â¬ may be delay so that one and all Nebo All traveling was done on thoroughly equipped and ed by frugality and that its bur- Â¬ horseback Many fine equestrian dis- Â¬ den of expense shall be carefully ready for the great work before us as plays by young ladles In that daj with soon as possible All campaign sup long flowing ringlets keeping time ever limited by its actual needs plies made by the Pettibone Company with the step of the horse The recent for Democratic Clubs under this ar- Â¬ lLAIX TALK National council of temperance was rangement will bear the Imprint of the largest ever assembled together on Here is a paragraph from Cleve Â¬ the official button or badge of the As Â¬ American soil and testified to the but clubs lands message on tlte fishery ques Â¬ sociationstyle of uniformcan select any world of the temperance bantling born kiBd or tion now pending between the Thk company pledgesdesired in Madisou county Ky sixty years itself for a ago United States and Great Britain faithful performauce of That babe to day is iu the resur- Â¬ its part of the I am by no means disposed to contract rection iu the National convention and ue will call them to ac Â¬ abandon tlte interests and rights count promptly when cumplaiuts are most divinely fair to behold of onr people and I therefore turn made to us by the clubs Bbown L Yates U the contemplation of a plan of We have no other arrangement witli MANIFOLD KNOWLEDGE retaliation as a mode which still any other firm and the Pettibone remains oi treating tlte situation Campaign Supply Company of Cin- Â¬ John Calvin the first tits In Vol cinnati are hereby desiguated as the VH of Aldeus Manifold Cyclopedia OaXOHBSSMEX sole and only authorized agents of the occupies seven pages aud Cevennes National Association of Democratic the last title the name of the chief Frank Day of ML Storlinj Clubs for equipping such clubs with mountain range in the South of France is given nearly one page has been nominated for Congress uniforms and other campaign goods Between by the Democrats of the 10th All Democratic Clubs are earnestly these there are over 600 pages includiug diajriet He ie a lawyer and requested to purchase their supplies considerably over 100 illustrations de comes originally from Menefee from this firm or its authorized agents voted to topics In every department of humau knowledge for instance Claw By order of comity He purposes wearing n manufacturing town in Wurtemberg CHAUNCEY F BLACK Pres Taulbees shoes next ses Â¬ President National Association Demo- Â¬ II lines space Calypso in Grecian sion legand 9 lines Calyx in botany SO cratic Clubs In the 3rd district Isaac H lines Cam a river 9 lines Camaldo EDWARD B WHITNEY Goodnight of Simpson county Corn in the field in Jessamine counlias been nominated to succeed Secretary National Association Demo Hies a religious order 10 lines Cam- Â¬ bridge Uuiversity 5 1 2 pages Camby- - ty 2 cratic Clubs W Godfrey Hunter He also is a pes King of the Mcdes half page Robert Gkieic Monroe lawyer Z E Bush auctioneer reports salo of Camel quadruped 3 pages Camera Chairman Executive Committee In tlte ninth district Thomas in optics 3 pages Canada 8 pages S A Vaucleave in Clark couuty on Send to Pettibone Campaign Supply H Paynter of Greenup has been the 23th Milk cows 2026 steer Canal 3 pages 4 Co 145 W 16 nominated A Republican now a catalogue 4th St Cincinnati O lor pages Carpentry Cards playing calves 40 short 10 illustrations 5 yearling heifers S20 60 pound shoals represents that district but Mr pages Cataleciic In poetry 2 lines Paynter says that lte means to do LOCAL OPTION INADEQUATE- aud bo on These few specimens indi- Â¬ 322 per head 175 pound sows 950 some goins to Consress himself cate the wonderful variety and compre- Â¬ per head sows and pigs 17 Fair at- Â¬ hensiveness of the knowledge embraced tendance Par The Climax PRANCIS FDR G0VKRN0R A telegram to The Horseman from within In a preceding number I presented ordinarythe scope of the work It Is an Pleasauton Cal on Aug 6 states that Cyclopedia of Universal Hon David Rowland Francis fcometbiiig of the effort made by the Know ledge and au Unabridged Dic- the Goldleaf by Sidney ll Mayor of St Louis has been friends of temperance in the Glade tionary of language in one the edit oral won the pacing race at Los Precinct nominated by tlte Democrats of against to maiutaiu the former vote work being in skillful hands the me Â¬ Angeles easily on that day reducing the sale of intoxicating liquors the paciug record to 222 Missouri lor Governor of that On the day of the election au intelli- Â¬ chanical work paper printing and Goldleaf was raised by G Valeusin great State His election follows gent minister of the gospel binding all that one can reasonably as a natural consequence He is a this county aud one who a native of wish the form convenient beyond all and is owned by the Pleasantou Stock has had Farm Company The fastest previous sow of John B Francis formerly large observation as he looked upon precedent In works of reference and pacing record was 222i the cost so trival as to astonish een proprietor of the Francis House the large outlay of faithful efforts beÂ¬ this place and nephew of Mr L stowed said there ought to bean act those who have been familiar with Ihe made by the gray colt Dodd Peel by E Francis ot this place He is ot the State Legislation to this effect remarkableaccompilshnienta of A1 Paucoast iu 1887 Tiie fastest pacing record is 2211 made by the It is prob- Â¬ regarded as one of the foremost When the people of a precinct dens Literary Revolution ably belter thau any other Cyclopedia bay filly Irma by Nutwood 1887 men of Missouri and will go to by a second vote cast a large George C Kratz representing Leh- Â¬ the Inited States Senate before inrjority of the votes of the precinct or Dictionary adapted to popular use hi- - time as Governor expires against the sale of liquors as a beverage The publisher sends specimen pages man Bros of Baltimore shipped 77 He ha- - been financially successful that second vole ought to be a finality free to any applicant or specimen vol Â¬ cars of fat cattle Friday via Cincin- Â¬ We reply first auenaotmeut whilst umes whicii may be returned bound nati 37 of which went to Boston and and is woith away up in the 60 cents in hundred thousands Kiehmond right in itself would be contrary to the 05 cloth for ostage 10 or half Morocco 40 to Jersey City This is ono of the cents cents John B heaviest shipments ever made from genius of Local Option which Is let and Madison county ami all the Aldbn Publisher 393 Pearl St New this city He got a rate of 13 or 14 State of Kentucky are proud of tlte people of the precinct do as they York or 218 Clark St Chicago 11 per car from Cincinnati East hence a please Seamd If we had such an him great many Bath and Montgomery eiHtetinewt the units of the liquor REPUBLICAN COUNTY CONVENTION couuty cattle were shipped from here THE CHINESE BILL traffic would slill exist for tliose who Mr Kratz says that au advance on should desire whisky ouukl easily step The Republicans of Madison couuty the rales will be made on the 25th A Chicago Times leiecram of the oyer Ihe line Into Yttte the adjoining are n quested to meet at the Court Also that he will have several hun Â¬ lfeii rms Iu the Iltmee tble morning preeiMOt and get all the whisky they House Suturdtiy September 1st to dred more cuttle to ship in October Mr McCreary of Kewtifefcy from tlw sJtould want return iu their debauoh elect delegates to llie Congressional I loditturb the teuce aud safety of those Convention which meets iu Danville Paris News eiriiiniiiti e u foreign allaiih for iriii dite rottttderathHi IbetM uate wm had labored hard tor sobriety and The souring of milk is caused by the on the 8th of September Mil t pruent the eamlitg ut Ohitieee protection The hqoor traffic in the change of the sugar of milk iuto luetic T RlTRNAM E htfc r rs uio foe Uuited Staler wish an sttpfaly of Mquor ax h beverage being Chairman Ilepublleau County Com acid uuder the influence of the cuseine or cheesy matter which the milk con- Â¬ amfinimeni repealing tit nutt ni May uOMfcteeri ky an iukjttitous business 8 lV5i and July 5 LS64 tlte repeal to the wIniIp thury of Local Option is A heavy shock ol enilhqiiake is re tains Boiling however deprives case take r flVrt chi the ratlneatimt of the wrong It Is this let a majority in a ported from Stevenson Ala a small iue of the power of converting the pomlwg treaty Mr MeCreary dated preeinet perpetrate on the miiiorliy a town on the Tennessee river forty five sugar of milk iuto laoiie acid Now if that owing le the fact that the senate destructive iiilqultiotii praotiee if they miles from Chattanooga No damage the milk he put into buttles which after was done but the colored people were being well corked are placed iu a can bad amended the treaty It had to be should choose so to do The province of government Is pro- - very much frightened With cold water audj gradually raised returned to China for the ratlfloatlon Â¬ 5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ free-for-a- over the Ohio at Cincinnati was swept away Sunday by a raft of drift wood that had accumulated at the base lite loss estimated at 300000 falls upon the FlHcoix ridge Company -- Marshal Field of Chicago the largest merchant in tlte West has declared his intention to vote for leveUnd although lte has been a life long Republican on tlte ground that President Clevelands administration in its policy on the tariff question is distinctly on the side of the business interests of tlte countrv Journal Chsuncey F Blackoi Pennsylvania President Edward B Whitney of New York Secretary George H Lambert of New Jersey Treasurer Headquarters witli the Democratic National Committee No 10 West 29th streeC Mr HtMi man opened tlte cam Executhe Committee Robert Grier paign by a great speech at Iort Mod roe New York Chairman Alex Â¬ Huron Michigan in which lie ander T Ankeny Minn Chauncey F demonstrated a vast knowledge of Black Penn Johnson M Camden the tariff question and a happy W Va Harvey N Collisou Mass faculty for imparting that knowl Laurence Gardner D C George H edge He met with an ovation at Lambert N J Charles Ogden Neb Harry Wellers Rusk Mil Bradley G Chicago Sehley Wis Edward B Whitney The false work ior tlie Chesa N Y H de F Baldwin Assistant peake and Ohio railway bridge Secretary Â¬ Â¬ not license to a majority id a precinct to perpetrate on a minority a destructive practice government does in olher cases interpose to protect front destructive practices For example the board bf hedlib nn official body Id Chicago 111 forbade the sale of milk from cows fed on slops from dis- Â¬ tilleries because such milk poisoned the babies of the city The govern- Â¬ ment should not allow the sale of the Btrouger poison to our sons While we may work zealously for local aud temporal protection the thing to be deplored is that our nctiv iUes are not Ouly Comparatively futile but just when the G want our time and strength to be just where they will amount to but little and avert more efficient action They know that so long as the temperance men spend their strength in local outside struggles there will be no efficient stato organi- Â¬ zation of a third party that may Jeopar- Â¬ dize their safety and of that of their coveted allies the liquor powerSi What we as temperance Men need to do is to mass ourselves on the legis- Â¬ lature aud constrain that legislature to submit to the people the question of a constitutional amendment the en- Â¬ grafting in the constitution a clause prohibiting the manufacture importa- Â¬ tion or sale of intoxicating liquors save for mechanical aud medical pur- Â¬ poses Thus will we secure the out- Â¬ posts aud the inposts thus will we con troll the three departments of gov- Â¬ ernment the legislative the judicial aud the executive Also let in pass the motion for a line clause in the Nation d Constitution Then will we con troll theTerritorlesthe District of Columbia the importation of foreign liquor traffic Thus to will we clothe our Federal Judges with power to go Into Portland Maine Leavenworth Kansas and Burling-Â¬ ton Iowa aud there from any part of theirjudicial districts summons jurors who will enforce existing laws Then we will have prohibition that will prohibit just as we now have national provisions that inhibit slavery and give personal liberty everywhere The enemy can be taken Let us move on the citadel I have presented the above article to both of our couuty papers because desired to bring the proposed line of action before the people of the county No one is responsible for these sugges tions but John G Fee Berea Ky Aug 15 88 rorffon OPs i Â¬ Office of the Executive 52 Williau OfHeinI Com 1888 TIIE FIRST TEMPERANCE SOCIETY St N Y Aug 8th Editor Climax Iu 1825 there was quite a religious re-Â¬ the Uuited vival in Madison couuty and mauy to the boiling holrit and after being al Â¬ lowed to booi be taken out anti placed Â¬ Dr Blantbn at Fori Sunday morn Â¬ in a bool place the milk will keep perfect for more than a half year If the ing milk be exposed to the air after boiling Preaching at the Methodist church the caseine gradually recovers Its Sunday at 11 A M and 730 p it power of converting sugar into iactlo Grounds Residence Mr George Ames represented the acid In this case the boiling has to be Improved for Glade precinct at the Winchester Sun Â¬ repeated every day or every second day and milk may thus be kept fresh day school convention last week for two months or more Halls Jour Â¬ Desiring to remove 8outh I oiler ior Rev Preston Blake closed a two nal of Health sale privately my house and grounds weeks meeting at Republican Baptist at Onion City Madison couuty Ky church this county on lost Sunday MATRIMONIAL The house is a frame weatherboard with twenty three additions ed plastered and papered with large Mr William H Park of Irvine Ky windows weighted sash inside blinds ltev J P Williams ot this place and Miss Ella Simpson daughter of stained glass in hall The house con- Â¬ preached the past two weeks at Mt Mr John Simpson near Clays erry tains six rooms with latticed veranda Brick chimneys kitchen Tabor Baptist church Garrard county Madison cnuntyj were married on and good 26 in connection with Rev L P Johnson Wednesday August 22nd 1888 the with grates A well of soft water feet deep at doori Another everlast- Â¬ Sixteen additions Rev Dr Henderson of the Methodist ing well in the yard and pond iu lot goes The Tales Creek Association of the church officiating- - The party left for that neverhouse dry stables and other good Buggy Baptist church one of the oldest iu Cincinnati and other places buildings Kentucky convened at Freedom Fine young orchard and excellent Miss Babe Taylor daughter of ex garden church in Garrard county yesterday Taylor left here last Post master Johu and will continue through to morrow May and went home with her sister At a Baptist Association meeting Mrs Bertie Reed who lives at Topeka held at Montlcello Ga the Tyler and Kansas The Topeka Capital of last round Malone families engaged in a fight Friday August 24th tells the remain- Â¬ with good post and rail fence alltrees an h beautiful grove of locust Married yesterday andacre in extent Tiiirtv shots were fired in less than one der of the story an minute James Malone and Sam at 2 oclock p 31 at the residence of The grounds front three hundred Tyler were instantly killed Ed Tyler the brides brother-in-laMr Bert feet on the principle street of the vil- Â¬ mortally wounded and others received Reed at 812 Monroe street L W lage and my office is in a neat aud convenient drug store immediately on Blighter injuries Hooton of Lebanon Ind aud Miss the street Ky The of drugs I desire to sell my slock There is Rev A W Mcacham a member of Babe Taylor of Richmond Â¬ along with the property the Bethel Baptist Association has ceremony was performed in the pres- room for a stock of fancy groceries recently celebrated the semi centennial ence of a few friends A beautiful should the purchaser wish to add sucli of his service as a minister during marriage service was pronounced by goods to the stock Uniou City is a nice orderly village which time he has joined 1400 persons Elder J F Sloan of the Christian Mn Hooton is one of the on the Richmond aud Jacksons Ferry In matrimony aud baptized 4186 church turnpike seven miles from Richmond Mr Meacham is the father of Mr rising youog business men of Lebanon six troru Kentucky River and has Indiana and Miss Taylor is one of the and general stores post office express two Charles M Meacham former editor of young facilities two blacksmith shops with the Hopkiusviile South Kentuckian most accomplished uud popular ladles of Richmond Ky The young wood shop oue saddlers shop a school now of San Diego Cal Courier-JournLodge brick married couple left on the 253 train house with Masonic denominations church occupied by two for Lebanon Ind where they intend Several roads centre at Union City Mrs Maria B Wadswortb the evan- Â¬ lo reside permanently in the future I have practiced medicine at Union City for twenty years and know it to gelist began a series of union meetings be oue of the best couutry locations In at Brook and Oak streets last night DIED Kentucky and the large tent iu which the meet Â¬ A reasonable price and easy terms Mrs Lettie Evaus died at Iter home are ottered ings will be held was crowded to its Â¬ fullest seating capacity I refer by permission to Drs Jen- Â¬ Ladies and in Richmond Ky on Tuesday morn gentlemen from all over the city and ing August 2Sth 1SS8 aged about 75 nings and Poyntz and Cashier J E Â¬ leaf 1st National Bank RichBeVeral ministers Were present aud years The burial will occur to day in Green Deceased mond on or address me at Uiuon City the Richmond cemetery much interest was shown in the ser- Â¬ Call was the mother of Dr Geosge W and Respectfully vices Mrs VVadsworth who is middle8- Dr JOHN W HARRIS -aged and above the medium height James Evans and widow of the late is a very intelligent appeariug lady Dr Peter Evans of Clark county nud talks very gracefully Courier William Steele died at Nicholasville Journal Sunday night of fever- aged about 18 I have just closed a meeting at years He was a member of Ihe junior OF Whites Station this county which re- Â¬ class of Central University and would sulted In great good The christians have eutered the senior class next Grop were awakened to a sense of their duty month He boarded at Mrs Mary and sinners were brought under the in- Stocktons while here was a well be- Â¬ As Executor of Wnii Shearer deed fluence of the Holy Spirit Sixteen haved young man aud a good student I will on the premises miles uouth of were added to the church 12 by bap Â¬ Leslie Thompson whose precarious Kirksville Madison county Ky on tism aud 4 by letter A church was condition was noticed in the local 12th 1888 organized and the writer chosen pastor column last week died nt his home iu Wednesday Sept Mrs Sallie Harris Clerk Our month- Â¬ Winchester Monday night As before sell to the highest bidder the Farm Stock ly meetings will be held on Saturday staled he was kicked by a horse on Crop Farming Implements Household and Kitchen Furniture belonging to the before the first Sunday in each the knee The hurt was not serious estate of Wm Shearer as follows thonth 1 am now at Kingston preach Four or five Cows and Heifers pedibut made him unpleasantly nervous Cows and i Calf 8 Yearling Catlug at night Will slay here until next Morphine w13 administered aud he greed tle Yoke Oxen Mare and mule Colt 2 Thursday night J T Torpen slept well Early next morning his Horses 2 Mules 19 Hogs and Elsewhere In this column will be wife discovered that he was uncon- Shoats 40 acres Corn in field Wheat found notices of protracted meefiugs scious His muscles wero rigid and Oats and Hay in stack Bacon Lard c garden and orchard Fruit Poultry held by Revs Preston Blake and J F lock jaw had set in He lingered about Farming Implements of all kinds House ten days Deceased is the seventh hold and Kitchen Furniture Piano in Williams both of the Baptist church These miuisters are both young and son his mother has lost In the past fact alt the personal property 1ms larm strangers having been called with Â¬ few years He was a nephew of Mrs contains in the past few Weeftst thb former Emmelt Miller of Richmond recently as pastor of the Waco Republican aud deceased and therefore a grandson of and is one of the most desirable farms in Kirksville churches the latter as pas- Â¬ the venerable Dr Daniel of Irvine the county The land is all in a high tor of the church Iu Richmond The His wife formerly Miss Laura Gardner state of cultivation well watered with a No 1 brick dwelling togetherwith all necaggregate additions to the church aud several children survive essary out buildings of every kind consist- Â¬ under their preaching the last two ing of a new tobacco barn a good stock RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT weeks are thirty nine They are not barn ice house two tenant houses etc water near the failing well only industrious and constant workers At the Richmond Baptist Sunday A never 1 Ins larm is of situated in a nrst but unusually successful ones They school August 5th 1SSS the follow- Â¬ dwelling class neighborhood and is convenient to are now attending the Tates Creek As- Â¬ ing resolutions were submitted and turnpikes churches post office c end within i4 miles of Elliott Institute at sociation iu session at Freedom church adopted Kirksville one of the best and female Garrard couuty Wiieiieas It has pleased God the schools in the State and maleland is well the The Kentucky State Sunday school great aud omnipotent ruler of our des- Â¬ adapted to the arising of corn wheat Convention held at Winchester last tinies to remove from earth our belov- Â¬ hemp and tobacco sndin fact will produce any crop raised in this week elected officers to wit Presi- Â¬ ed friend and brother U H Park with no worn out land part of the country on it Possession dent Rev Win Stewart M D Vice who died at his home in Van Bureu will be given of the farm on day of sale or as soon as the terms are complied with Presidents Rev E L Powell Louis- Â¬ Ark 011 the 2nd inst Jicsolvcd That while Brother Park Any one wishing to look nt this farm will ville George Ames Berea Rev B call on or address the undersigned execuT Watson Princeton State Secretarj- - had severed bis connection with Jus tor at Kirksville Ky or O T Wallace at to a distant State lie had Point Leavell Miss M F Huber Louisville Record- Â¬ and moved Garrard county Ky ing Secretary Rev J R Eades Ash Â¬ been so closely allied to our school as n Terms made known day of sale Person- Â¬ will Sums of land Treasurer E K Woodruff faithful and earnest teacher from its alty cash be sold 10 credit till 10 and unLouisville Rev F Grider of College commencement we still think of him der witnover cent interest January 1st 6 per 1SS9 notes negoHill was elected one of the Executive as one of us only temporarily absent tiable and payable in Madison National Commltte M F Johnson nud Prof In our school he was always prompt Bank Richmond Ky IO I2 JAMES SHEARER Exr L V Dodge were elected District and thorough working with great earnestness and therefore making a Presidents The convention was well attended aud a large amount of busi- Â¬ successful teacher By his cheerful mauner and happy disposition lie en- Â¬ ness was transacted deared himself to the entire school Rev Leroy Estill of Ohio formerly and church and won the friendship of this couuty preached to the colored THE NEXT SESSION OF MADISON FE Â¬ and respect of our entire community MALE INSTITUTE WILL OPEN ON Predeslinnriaii Baptists at the court- Â¬ Iiesolvcd That while to our view it house Sunday night He is one of the looks hard to see him cut down iu the Monday 10 old time rip snorters yet a young man vigor of young manhood yet we know style is so grotesque and antiquated that ail things work together His Our Primary Department will be in for good that to ridicule it on the minstrel stage to those that Iuve God and while charge of Miss Kellle Gaugb our Music Department under Miss Kyle aud lias grown to be a chestnut He gets we tender our heartiest sympathy and Miss Howell will have care of our Art his breatli with as much noise as a condolence to his stricken wife and Department The highly satisfactory steam fire engine sucks the last drops little ones we commend them to his work of these ladies in their several of water from an exhausted cistern God and trust they may yet have schools during the years past is the best guarantee they could give our The shouting in the audience shook up many joys In litis life and finally be a patrons of future good work all the town near the court house But uuited family iu Heaven Besides these we have a full corps of Rev Mr Estill was in dead bard the Jicsolved That a copy of these reso- Â¬ capable teachers in our Classical De earnest and as the Confederate soldier lutions be sent his family spread upon dartrneut whicii will we think enable said to uen Rosecraus at Corinth our minutes and furnished our city us to do as good work as auy Female College in the State give em the best In the shop papers for publication All who have children to educate will do well to see us before making T D Chenauit CONCERNING FARMERS arrangements elsewhere A D Flora r Com We thank the citizens of Richmond J Speed Smith and vicinity for their liberal patronage Feeders iu Clark cou uty sell at 4 to iu the past aud solicit a contluuance of 4 cents the same RELIGIOUS TO PHYSICIANS and EVERY DAY A BARGAIN DAY AT H WpdnMfkv j 12 well Sale The Preparatory Department b under the supervision of the Faculty and no pains will be spared to make tills Madison County School f w al all that can be desired Our aim is to prepare boys for College and at the time give n thorough practical educa- Â¬ tion to those who can not take the reg Â¬ ular course Special attention will be given to Writing Composition Book Keeping aud Civil Engineering Attention is called to the following communication from one of our pa Â¬ trons a prominent citizen of the com Â¬ munity Mr Burnam states clearly the methods pursued and the character of work done in this department of the University Richmond Ky June 18th iSSS Dr L H BLANTON Chancellor of Central University My Dear Doctor Last fall I started mv oldest son then in his twelfth year with some misgivings as to the wisdom 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 You have been minds of young boys fortunate in securing instructors for this department who are gifted in this respect and I earnestly hope that their services may be secured premanently to the young boys of this community and that the high grade of proficiency that now obtains in this department may continue I am very truly yours A R BURNAM iSTFor further information nud Cataloguo apply to Â¬ J Strangs Louisville Store 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 CUT PEICES ALL TO PIECES must move and to make them move we will make prices that will be astonishing Dont delay first come first served first come get the pick of whatever is in our mammoth stock We have more goods than we want they L H BLANTON 5- - Chancellor Dry Goods the prices are SSf of any description that down S away - EXECUTORS SALE Land Stock and FOUND AT THE Casb Â¬ ninnniTT H IT lUUDlY OF want Clothing of any description that the prices are away down and of any deif you want scription that the prices are away down prices are away down ninfliiTio3 JISJ lllg Dont foiet if yu J5 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ DYKES OX J B BootsBoots Shoes and Shoes Â¬ North Second Street A full and complete stock of Dont forget if you want Rats tuO 0f any description that tho ah STAPLE AND FANCY 214 oo3s GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned iSoods Green and Dried Fruit that that Dont forget if you want anything at Â¬ down down down is usually kept in a first class store I have it and at prices that arc H S STHENG- - and plenty of every tiling in my line This house is Strictty Bnsiness ON A Mammoth Louisville Store Â¬ Â¬ Strictly CASH Basis The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOUSE LARGEST STOCK OF A iau4 tf TRIAL C3 Sept 1888 BEAUTIFY YOUR LAWKS LOTHING Goods Hats and Furnishing tD VB Patented March 22 87 FOLDING LAWN SETTEE 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 Tho Peer of all Lawn Seats Aboro cut represents our patented Settee Tho only Settee over made that will adjust itself to tmoven ground Light durable handsome and strong Fainted bright red and ornamented Price Settees 8150 and 30 Chain 3150 Rockers 300 each Thoy all fold flat If your dealer dont keep them ask him to order for you from ASSBIOAH rOLDINQ CHAIB 00 1301 to 1323 N Main SL Sale of Town Lots B O Haqkkman C P Williamson principals Clothing ats Furnishing Goods Â¬ We will sell publicly to the highest bidder without reserve on Saturday September 1SS on Main street iu Richmond being a portion of the Dr McCreary estate at the intersection of the Tat en Creek Turnpike One lot Is 70 feet front the other 62 J adjoining and run- Â¬ ning back 269 feet These lots are on the south side of the street therefore well shaded and the drainage is per- Â¬ fect of sale 11 LAI I will FOR SALE than you ever got before for same money Owing to backward spring we have Concluded to As Executor of James K Crutcher on Wednesday Sept 588 ST LOUIS 41 15 2IO offer for sale puMiely on the premises 4 miles from Richmond in Madison county Ky on the waters of Taylors Fork of Silver Creek one mile from the Barnes Mill turnpike nf productive land wilh good dwelling home cistern at the dcor good barn lasting stock water fine orchard school bouse churches mills aud shops convenient Will sell as a whole or iu parcels to suit purchasers The laud adjoins the lauds of W T Tevls Cole Moores Johu McBride J W Embry and others Terms liberal and made known on day of sale W L CRUTCHER 10 12 Exr Jos N Crutcher CDT DOWB OUR STOCK M9BBMaMrtitjZiBBapiHMHM Commercial Terms easy and made known on day 250 jaOIOEIJS JOHN M FOSTER J B W1LLT3 which is larger than ever and in order to do so we will almost sell them at z ft Su 1 vi Eh H e- 02 S3 m En gg E- -- mm w S Aj - s5 -- q p- 51 ColhpfiSlfiffiSSiriSf an 7 Rooms Occupies S Xiarge Hall Your Own Price COME AKD SEE THE P 33 LocaTioa d h --si p 4s aSj Pi - g P5 UU ft Ha Sis O 30 8tte atvl Foreign Countries 13 Teachers emplojed in JJwHnrn connsnf Commercial a13aslnea Course Penmanship noot keepln Buslneas Arltnmettc from naaUeia Bharthan4 VTrlUic Telccraphr Cheapest Best Business College in the World nicheit Honor nnd fioM medal over all ther Colleges at WorlVt ErjjotUUm forHvstem of Jtook Keeptnff and Grnernl Bumiwm JsJutation Nearly MHO Student In attr ndanre tbe past year MjOH BrndHOUs or DaraBTvsam or enit Law Mercnndtslng Ban tine Joint Steele Iaa ufactarlng Lectures Business Prattle Mercantile Correspondence 4c uarCost of Fall llnslness Tuition Coarse Including about i--Stationery and Board Hd Shorthnnl in a nles famUr TTPr vrrltlnrundTcleitraphr nroripeclnl special and moms tlest nave alone otteeebers the Bnslnw and can Coarse with be taken Department for Ladles Lady Principal Kraptoved LEXINGTON KV Is a beautiful find healthÂ¬ ful city ot 34JW0 Inhabitants aqd Is accessible by leading railroads KB No Vacation Enter now Graduates Guaranteed Succe For Circulars address VILEUIi II SKITII Pre Lexington Hj T s8peclnl LOWEST PRICE S ever named for same quality of goods at the oldest Clothing House in Richmond tirover Cleveland Full 9 18 CSX17 AXEIIUt nl mpt fom M fcojfcood t iU Molialioa l BU woed Â¬ rrofl Ulaatnlal irttk um fortratu m TuhlkilMmUM niwrhTwttiU nxwltfi uiahll uleonibM LIFE OI UB3 CLEVELAND HmW vll acBpbtt Korrpt U ALLEN O TmTBJLLN TiU IU maiMieUfr DeotbtMaced hmujoUv Hurt fir preWNjU amthxbaii Una bat DU b ll rtekt uac bo IWium m w h an truuportatiM m s4 Ia le nan nltalh nl la U SaU euf Ula Rap Menu aad taa eHta larraet Wrtw far S3 nkalu aad SMckl Tinu C 7- - ClMqaaUes asd pro Booses the Wat far rlaab KaMig Meat Utw Sarssple OnKjsetus HaaAarj Steak o Ac MEAT CUTTER prct14oartceiptrcsj0 AMERICAN 7J B STOOPFEEt tn8y2 tf rdaTi MFO C0 K4JtTatiBCoaAT taaslalpUa - S 17 First Street wBsmm ive LMi A4 M3 C S3 jsFraKMn PnTf3 frjE CLIMAX N -- T TV laMic RcaHitw ltani The members of I O O T il t DY -- AUGUST J9 8 in tera at DuteHTs i j t- on Main street for a Donatkas of nmgmnnes newapapers c are The room will be open every aaamUwry body is welcome Send atett anv thimr v r ro spare t t is at all jreadable and it wHI be ing and telegraphy taoght al innLHjf received irsih without extes icWrge 2V J0 -- KentroBslv MOm cvcr onrt k LodHe r f Mit- - CwSton K Hrnse TewK nnm rjud 1 -- - j eJ Tcacherf I imitate Hathaway of Berea k in cen- - a E Knr Scott vriK sell the Hogn litoa ot Tfeesuay Sep- nes J M CampbeM V lo I j wis t l it s Evas Teris Bettie j Situ c town late or Main street day Terms eay Sec r i Cw B s bat - the twelfth of George a mchnttg Mj Got a Lift Harry S - Orr tnKi r mraiiiaii ror Super Jones Co rhiladesphfa and It was reported had inherited 600 f 000 which was a joy to hk friends was m the city last weak He is not a fortun Â¬ ate as was reported but will receive the one hundred and twentieth part of an estate left by a great uncle in Washington Cky which is estimated at not less than iaooooa which reduces his inheritance to ioooo a very handsome legacy for a poor man Mt Sterling Gasette tit- - r r urr comes 10 Richmond every few days and is well known Imw t cttante in his line 1 Better and Better Prof M Elliott President 01 Elliott Institute Kirksville conducted the white Teachers Institute held in Richmond last week No body could have done the work better Professor Elliott was a good teacher thirty years ago But he contin nes to improve Hefkeeps up with the ad Â¬ vance in educational matter He combines the essential features of knowledge the power of imparting and progressive ness He is a sort of receptacle for new ideas yet not isionary in the least His scltool opens with fine prospects Â¬ THIN COLUMN NEWS PARAGRAPHS The contract fur the wood work iu One of the party who recently went to Old Point and elsewhere East had in his the new custom house in Louisville valbc two pistols a knife a pair of brass has beeu awarded to John Mitchell at knocks a elung shot and a policemans S2S1000 billy The boiler of I lie Wlilttlug pipe If the big Democratic pole should fall mill at Newark Wis exploded dur on a cow would the cow be a Polled ing a tire in that institution Wednes Â¬ Angus Well then suppose it should day night killing eighteen persons fall on some Lord Angus and be it known outright and dangerously wounding a they are numerous hereabouts how then number of others Hed be a poled Angus wouldnt he Representative Grain of Texas In- Â¬ Squire Jim Smithidf Kirksville was in town the Other day and had some rate cards printed for a toll gate near Kirks- Â¬ ville Among the numerous charges is this peculiar one For ctery elephant or rhinoceros 5 00 Wont that be hard on our friend Bill Prewitt T ate w ptemifel and lie out on the streets alt nd Thanrnm c dA last week odv steals it A - j V arrived in There are x-- Bushs a J their names j J an J Thanaan T m i I tan XC L Crutcher as executor of his istlagoad farm not far from WcJnc day It will be sold in uawnoic i cks o aareruremtnt ut 1 - C ChenauK has been hi with fever bat expects to Monday His brother M clicnault 16 in bed with horses mules it Berea Colored Pair The second annual exhibition of the Berea Fair Association colored wiH be Held at Berea Madison county Ky on Thursday Friday and Saturday Septem ber 13th 14th and 15th 188S Omcers President C H Blythe Vice President W L Fish Directors Geo Dunson H Ballard W White E D Moran S H Farris Secretarv Wm Rash Assistant Secretary A J Scudder Treasurer Wm Kennedy Ring Master A Burnam Assistant Ring Mastcr S Moran List of premiums liberal First day Domestic manufactures family products farm and garden poultry babies riding Â¬ a Cujer sold last week to a lies eight hand red mountain lo Mr W D Gregory 10a 11 anJ to Col O H ChenaaH Second day Cattle sweepstakes jacks and jennets hores harness horses speed ring Third day Harness stallions sweep stakes saddle horses sweepstakes wal Â¬ king ring model ring mules speed ring Â¬ -- i inJa T Million Comity Sa- Public Schools is super- rk -- of the Teachers cut care and reports Insti- im- - V quality of teachers M Secretary of the Fair Association was in ctntlt and said the proe- j d Fair were encouraging i and continues three davs lackson v V within the next ten u trectkm of a building on 1J In cry stable that was rig M111 street bat he his not de- snU be a stable or bus- I10 went up to Rock- Iliotograph the tcenerr ih some two docen large - t fine pictures i i that genius ith of LexiogUMi n Mr Simeon Mo Theyareto of the ouill m F a 1 Shearer of renewing Iris sub- j ks Climax says he lives finest countries in the world valient Francis will be next u Cleveland wst President Ical Estate Trasbfars Gloon c to X B Djath- lri 1200 in Richmond Claude Smith JJown 160 Silas T in Richmond in BennettTnsstee yaogo A KeHc II The Old Timers Colonel CLarles E Taylor Manager ef the Western Union Telegraph Cona panys nfliee at Frankfort and his wife are in Cincinnati vHiing friends Coleuel Taylor ia the originator of the annua meetings of old time telegraph- Â¬ ers which Imve been hekl in various cities of the Union for several years past The eighth ohl timers reunion will be held in Chicago to day George W McCann native of Paris ihw of Meridian Mississippi and Charles Kewtou of Frankfort ami othw- - joined Colonel and Mrs Taylor in Cincinnati Monday and the nry left for Chicago where thoy will meet many celebrities of the telegraphic profession Mr MeCann was the first resident operator here in Parte When the war between ihe Bialea broke out he was fctHtlomil at Moulgomery Ala baing charge of a large telegraphic district He was anxious to take the field and was enrolled with the Mont Â¬ gomery Guarde but being euch an expert manipulator with the telegraphic key and the Confederate authorities deeming his service indispensable kept him in the ofiioe Paris KeutuekiMii Air McCanu is a brother of Mr E E McCuuu grocer in this place 1 Â¬ 3Iadison as a Pioneer in New Ideas AH the new ideas do not originate in Madison county but many of them do and those that do not are early ih being transplanted here and never fail to fiour- Connly Covington has received Ha- - ey Ellison the sword of his il L Covington Sr who was lienaults regiment and died u in 1863 The sword was 1 Hi war when Lt Covington taff ot CoL Wm Harris of the 35th regiment of mili- inrly well preserved C A communication in to days issue show that the first temperance society in Kentucky was organized near Rich Â¬ mond sixty one years ago Madison county was headquarters in Kentucky for the abolition of slavery Madison county is to day headquarters in Kentucky of the Womans Rights movement Madison county was the first in the South to have mixed schools w line and colored Madison county was visited by the Mormon agents when the Mormons found they were compelled to leave Illinois Utgsti - Dig Sale Tuesday Mr J H Boggs iarm near Richmond and crop and other things The int to many thousand dol- k attendance wit be large - preparing a good dinner ay attend If you want a several good ferret or anr altie sheep grain or any - end the Boggs sale 11 U U 0 f F the line of march of the O F celebration en next s pu 1st The Patriarchs and tonn on Second street prompt- m headed by a aret etaas J and will move out Second to x ienue out the Avenue lo out Main in third to Mam Mnue and out the Avenue to ji mds where the visitors wiH a tci era attractions of the day is ltrinkky 1Iaee Kos are opening in the Tevis to post office Owing to a uts a car of goods is stM or J the grand opening wiH not t Monday county court- r hrue seems fall Mr J F M D Hall ofLmnsviHe 1 nes of Kingston and Mr of this place are salesmen ur numerous friends to come ia Kentaeky Million has on Ins C ay Ferry this county thirty rn that is perhaps the best Mze of field considered He v counted the ears on several - icrcs and by calculation Sods d w illy ield twenty barrels or Tid bulicls per acre This is ormout bat some of his neigh- jf will make mere even than he The field was never plowed - J lias been in grass for near half Green B i and the exact grounds upon which Mr Fee afterwards established his mixed school at Berea were inspected Madison county was the field to which the Faith Cure idea was transferred after its early decay at Pink Cottage Madison county was the first in which the anointing with oil was practiced Madison county was one of the first in the State to produce converts to the Christian Science idea Madison county was the first to pro- Â¬ duce converts to the Schweinftirth false Christ bubble Madison county was among the first that had kukkix and had more hangings than any other county Madison county was the first to receive the pioneers who crossed the Alleghanies in the long ago Madison county was the first but we must not claim the earth Cornelbon Some More Judge Hoke of the JeAerson County Court decided yesterday that he had no jurisdiction of the Cornelison case as a special Judge of the Law and Eouhy Court had been elected and the writ of habeas corpus should have been made returnable Cornelison has remained in before him the Jefferson County jail Judge Fields order for his removal to the Montgomery County jail having been temporarily sus Â¬ pended owing to the illness of the prison- Â¬ er but this order has been rescinded and the Sheriff directed to take him at once to the jail in question Courier Journal 22nd TLp Lfit Ce ra 2 The Cornelison case will come up again before Chancellor Bdwanfc to day this being his ninth application for a release from imprisonment on a writ of habeas corpus Indication point to the early enrollment orthe Cornelison case on the list of legal chestnuts Courier Journal 23rd correspondcat writes as r date of Monday 37th l Hogan second son of Dr H deceased at Elnston commit- Sunday August ijth at X2 v ji shooting himself ever the w an English hollOF No S l i was only about 15 years of - o ry bright and consHlared a vt honest industrious and - oiried his mother and had -J intention of committing J au Yesterday he seesaed o church returned home - Be bob in to dinner and waa 3 1 lair waiting for dinner a nnon of the household was r direction lie slipped the -- J fired the fatal shot He f Qr at si en oclock His uinucl uicided at same vtir since he has never t remaiked often that if to h2en aiij it was not o lie iiad for hu mother he limstlf -- VJ SHkMe The Hinth habeas corpus case in which as the John I Cornelison hasjigured -- rr plaintiff came up yesterday before Judge Edwards One of the allegations made that the in was in the petitfor dldspent against him originally was bv fraud me of the jurors h an Wkir e was greaiiig touoge indictmeat foe a mKlenor Â¬ appeared for the Smri denied the allega to the paragraph tion and demurred case The demurrer W sflttawea sd theargu Â¬ made Ms Judge Davie weat a Wewsinger luid ment and Mr the case about half completed bis side of He wfll conclude lartadjOMraed Ke tewrrv 3401 morniilg-Curier-Jo- urnal 1 -- nj I 3 np by the entire lime wa taken m MtrgameHt on the Cornelison Stone until case mW which an adjournment oclock to morrow took place Col 10 take up all the time toon all points rtorrow with his argument heretofore made but Judere aaro dtciswn probably reserve time for his partially insane Louisville Times 27- morn mj I die Chancery Court this Judge eLifm troduced in the house a joint resolution providing for an amendment to the i1 Constitution by which the President Lemon Ice Lemonade Malto Gin- Â¬ may bo authorized lo vote specific ger Ale Soda Water and Ice Cream items in appropriating bills while ap Â¬ Soda 5 cents a glass at proving others 62-S Dinellis to mr tprior Tho attention of the liwliae k especially The coal shipments from Pittsburgh tno good things of this XT VUUiWV life are sorrowfully let A man from Brookstown came to Rich on the present wator include 1 18000 ombraoiitg the most fwhiwiW Ffckrk to lto Ackers line of Dross Goods alonti on account of Dyspepsia mond yesterday and seeing the big red bushel for Cincinnati and 859000 for Dyspepsia Tablets will euro Dyspepsia The Pittsburgh product is white and blue Democratic pole 150 feet Louisville Indigestion and Constipation sold on a had in New York positive guarantee at 25 and 60 cents by in front of the court house went in and selling one cent a bushel cheaper in asked Circuit Clerk Bill Miller for the this city than lt is In Cincinnati Sunns Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ W G White Prescription Druggist Billy Courier Journal durndest biggest shave on earth tism or money refunded Price 7oc at None but the purest cream used in sent him to Tom Thorp the County Cupt Nat Kinney organizer of the Whites Drug Store Second street the famous Ice Cream Sodn Water at 5- Clerk Bald Kuobbers of Missouri was shot near Garnett House 52- 8 Diueliis Mr Goodnight has been nominated for and instantly killed at Ozark by Wm t c Donelsou uses the best material that Donelsou will make yon as good a Congress by the Democrats of the 3rd Mills an ex member of that organiza- Â¬ the market nflords and the best work- Â¬ buggy or carriage as can be bought district Mr B F Day whose full name tion The people of Crawford county men Ho puts up none but the best apr4 tf any where in America is Be Fore Day therefore night has been Intl should import Mr Mills and turn work Buggies carriages etc made nominated for Congress by the Demohim loose among the White Cap lead- Â¬ to order Call on him apr4 tf CooeOX crats of the 10th district A coincidence ers thousands Buffering from Asthma Con- Â¬ indeed and neither of them was a dark School Books at Whites Drug Store sumption Coughs etc Did yon ever try At Greenfield Mass Deacon Lov horse ering aged ninety years and his sis- Â¬ 2nd St near Garnett House Ackers English Remedy It is the best tf preparation known for all Lung Troubles Here is an item we take from the re ter Mrs Richardson were killed by in Laces Ribbons Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Glove md positive at 10c 60c We have Sanns Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ sold on a W G guarantee Prescription ligous column of last Fridays Register lightning and their home set on fire White Sold by Parasols all that can be desired Master Joe Jefferson Martin aged four When their neighbors went lo their tism or money refunded Price 75c at becoud street Druggist called at the Register office this rescue the old man was dead in his Whites Drug Store tears m 5- week all dressed out in his handsome chair while his sister lay on the floor near Garnett House Road horses trotters nnd runners bandana suit He had his picture taken burned to a crisp shod in any manuer desired I have Adrlce to Mothers a few days ago and sent a copy to Presi- Â¬ Just received an extra lot of four year MraT7nrwwa Socnuraa SiEurthonldalwiyi A telegiam was received at Nicholas bo used trhen children are catting tetth It re dent and Mrs Clc eland and in return ville from old second grow tit timber for repairing Franklin Teun stntiug lieTestheUtUevaffereratonce itproduces natural Â¬ was complimented with the autograph of bright quiet ileep sad thauulechernbairakuu tlmt Frank Green a tough of Jessa Â¬ as a button It is very pleasant to taste It all kinds of wagons All work guarthese distinguished personages anteed at the very lowest prices Shop pain mine county v as sentenced to be hung soothes the chuu3ofteni the gumaallaTsaUremedy With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the best tfeur regulates the bowel and is the best knoirn Whatdoou know asked a young the loth of next month for killing a for diarrhcBs whether arising from teething or back of Brookss drug store Respectfully editor of a Main Street merchant I man He is a well known character other causes Twenty Are cents a bottle York school of art and design in gents garments experieaeed m the G 5 8febly S L M1DKD7F M S M that Gonn know replied the and was confined in jail two years ago every detail f the baeinew ley over there on the cornor has an edu- Â¬ for shooting a negro boy at High I will be with Brinkley Bro for a School Books at Whites Drug Store best houses of that city and versed ia Â¬ cated Pigg in his house that can under- Bridge short time and would be glad to have 2nd St near Garnett House tf aided by on elaborate stock of stand cery thing as well asjouor I An Alabama farmer discharged two all my friends come and see me If you ask to see a saddle or any thing negroes who were F A Jones lt I have a remedy guaranteed to cure working for him for else and the proprietor is busy this eduChicken Cholera and other diseases a cause aud they swore to be avenged Scrofula in the blood corrupts and cated Pigg readily lifts down the saddle on him Picking their chances when contaminates every issue aud fiber in among fowls I will refund the money The young editor rushed across to sec the iu every case where the remedy fails he was abseut thoy seized his the whole body but whether appear- Â¬ educated Pigg and there he found Mr W G White son and taking him lo the woods ing In the form of swelliugs erysipelas W W Pigg who has his stage office in Prescription Druggist emasculated him Armed men are or running sores the malignant pois- Â¬ 2d St near Garnett House mar2Stf Gormleys place now tcouritig the country for the fiends ons ot this disease are completely erad- Â¬ Here is a sample from the Topeka and death iu short order awaits them TXrvYwoc that are fretful peevish icated by the ue of Ayres sarsapa JtJVXVJ V cross or troubled with Kansas Capital The St Louis Repub11 That this is to be a reading a3 well as rilla Teething Pains or Windy Colic to the best made in this eouwtry lican asks why immigration passes over can be relieved We are putting forth suits equal a speaking campaign is shown by the Stomach Disorders Missouris fertile lands and mocson to at once by osing Ackers Baby Soother Music For The Campaign vast number of speeches ufuienibers of Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us Kansas The answer is sliort and simIt contains so Opium or Morphine the House already sent out lhe en We have just received from the henco is safe Price 25 cents Sold by ple Kansas welcomes all good people velopes used for enclosmg these speech Â¬ publishers S Braluards Sous 145 W G White Prescription Druggist Missouri welcomes only those who are es number 11000000 and cost 21000 Wabash Aveniif Chicago a copy of in sympathy with the Frank James DeIn the compaign of 1S7C when tariff the Red Hot Democratic1 Campaign Local Produce Markets mocracy To be received with open reform was n paramount issue 7000 Hong Book containing sixteen pieces arms in Missouri a new comer should 010 envelopes used were of mu dc arranged for mule quar- Â¬ CORRECTED WEEKLY BV COVINGTON ARNOLD 4 DRO GROCERS MAIN Aboxewe a crude idea of the hail from near Lexington Ky five miles STREET RICHMOND KY A baud of midnight robbers have tette with words and music com- Â¬ Neck Wear Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Shirts laundried and Cleveland and Tr urman and Tariff Re- out on the pike Dr Dudley family phy- Â¬ plete The music was arranged by a left their track behind them and they Ky Aug 2S 1888 That is passport entitling him Richmond form pole to be erected by the Harris sician Â¬ unlanndried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc will moet likely be detected On Mon Â¬ quartette of Campaign Singers especi- Beef Cattle Butcher Democratic Club in front of the court- Â¬ to the fellowship of our best families ally for the coming Campaign The day night they entered the store of S Hogs house It is 126 feet high and is to have 4SC 11 FORT ESTILL B Harris but found no cadi They price ot the book is 15 cents Sugar Cured Hams a flag 15x27 feet with portraits of Cee Bacon Hams Country had also arranged lo enter the stores land and Thurman and the words Tarriff To Real Estate Owners Cured W D Gregory was in Cincinnati on of N AThompson and George D Reform The pole is now on the ground business last week 2061 IX As we are almost daily in receipt of Butter Burdette Co but failed to do so 011 00 the derrick up the ropes made fast to the ft 5 x 752 IOC letters of Inquiry for laud for sale iu Chickens Eggs Col Stoue was in Louisville several account of secure doors and windows pole and the hole dug and if the rain ever to the this county we have determined to issue Wheat 70c in great quantity and variety from the cheapest Lancaster News ceases the pole will be raised At the days last week selling tobacco -- a printed list of all lands iu our hands Flour ban of the pole in our picture are ob per Si 50 elesant embossed gilt It is ud there was considerable frost The House Committee on Pensions for sale Those wishing thus to come Corn per barrel 100 served several men shouting wildly some in our vicinity on 40W50C lat Thursday morn has agreed to report a bill pensioning in coutact with parlies who want to Hay in sheaf lbs 100 Bs per 40S of them standing on their heads Mrs Phil Sheridan at 3500 per year buy farms will do well to call and see Oats Con- Â¬ ing No damage reported however IW Lard sidering their lieight you can imagine which will be the largest pen ion on me Bring wlfhyou a written descrip- Â¬ Tallow Everythiug looks fresh and green the list save XUilXJJlA VU J iww v i j how tail the pole is On next Monday those granted to the wid Â¬ tion of your farm and have your Beeswax county court day the poll will be dedicat Â¬ since the rain and our farmers are busy ows of former Presidents 2o3S Mrs Polk minds made up to sell Put a fair price Feathers Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Ky cutting aud housitig their tobacco MrsMeal apllS tf ed several invited speakers to be present Tyler Mrs Grant and Mrs Gar- Â¬ on your property and we will sell it for Oats per bushel crop field receive S5000 each Mrs John A you Si Orchard Grass 25 Smith Powell Mr R M Shaw agent K C R It Loiran Mrs Frank P Blair and Mrs 2 25- 5 10 12 PERSONAL Real Estate Agls German Millet Timothy Seed Is fleeting arrangements by which he W S Hancock receive 52000 each 3 oo3 25 Beware of Fraud as my name and the Clover Seed j For Waut of Capital will carry a general supply of coal dur- Â¬ price are stamped on the bottom of all Dr II W Bright has returned Adolph Harmon of Loug Branch we are compelled to urge our friends Oats in sheaf my adertised shoes before leaving the ing the coming season and our citizens Choice blue grass seed GS75 factory which protects the wearers Mr T A Garnett anJ wife of Cyn will bear from him later on in that N J yesterday attempted to kill hi and patrons to come and pay up their Ked top scfd against high prices and inferior goods If thiana were here last week on a visit OF falling iu which he accounts We need money to run our Sweet Potatoes 1 25 a deter offers WLDOUGLAS shoes light This is a much needed establish- motber-in-Ia7SWt 00 at a reduced price or says he has them The Kentucky Music Teachers Asso Â¬ ment in our community and will no shot and killed bis wife aud then him- Â¬ business aud hope you will do so at Irish Potatoes Crop and Farm self The crime had beeu meditated once without my name and price stamped on ciation has elected Mile Bredelli Vice doubt be justly patruuized Very Respectfully for sometime Harmon telling his wife Louisville Tobacco Market the bottom put him down as a fraud President 10 13 Stockton Willis several weeks ago that ho had bought FAINVILLE Durrett LouWville Tobaceo By O lover Miss Emma Harrison of Liberty Mo ing a pistol with which to kill her He Ware House Short Time Only who lisited Miss Pattic Deatherage has once shot a girl who refused him and our market for the past Sales on You bet we Do we want a railroad All persons indebted to J J Brooks gone home to 14S9 lilnN t ervedaterm In prison lor theciime week jut closed Having tletermiiKtl to g Wes 1 do prior to 1S88 will please come and settle witli receipts for amountauie period 625 lhe s Mrs Edna Bowman Mrs D M Bright ai pwoi ic i on by note ur cash at once AH claims not hhd un our mHrkft since Sales The Louisville Fall celebration prom- Â¬ Fever and fiux are still raging in this and daughters have returned from Crab Tuesday Sept 4th 1SSS 1st amount to 5abG3 hluK ises to be a big allair The Industrial settled promptly will be placed hi the January vioiuity and many oases are fatal Orchard Springs 10- my farm lying in Usbt f KieHmmMi The market for lliirly tobaceo thw hands of a collector parade occurs on the loth of Septemw ek shows somo strength over that of Stock lings are fc iree here at S550 Ky on Big Hill Turnpike running Rev W D McClintock and wife late ber the military and civic Flambeau through to lhe Irvine pike eonUln CC x would enjoy your dinner lat week aud while we give the same v v of this place now of Plainfield N J per huudred imrade on the 7th Musical and Floral ing and are prevented by Dys- - quotation the outside Usurps will ia liave gone to Europe more nearly represent Values for the Prof E F Edwards ij leaching a jubileo 10th to 28th in the Exposition Depsia use Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets Has faeveral building the procession of Flora on They are a positive euro for Dyspepsia In-Â¬ week just closed Prof C T McClintock of Fort Smith mtiMC f ciiool at Winston The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ students from Fainville the 13th and 20th a magnificent spec- Â¬ digestion Flatulency and Constipation Arkansas formerly of Madison Female We guarantee them 25 and CO cents resent our market on Burly tobacco Will sell a follows First My homo Institute was here last w eek Trnsh uot coiory ami tobacco dam Â¬ The election went off very quiet S tacular pageant of the Statellites of Sold by W G White Pre criptlou tract con aiuitig 154 acre in jjraee Murcury will out rival the New Or-Â¬ aged by freezing S6 00 lo 850 Druggist with my esidenee which is new and Prof C A Leonard of Cynthiana P Richardson Democratic candidate leans Mardi Gras Coiory Trash 850 to 1400 first class containing 13 lrK ami well formerly of Central Universitv came up for fherift was elected by a very large Common Lugs uot coiory 000 to fiuished moms with wardrobes ek 14 00 Thursday to read a paper before the In- Â¬ majority A Niciiolasville special says Lind Â¬ pantries e to suit No 1 euteru t Coiory Lugs 14 00 to 1700 stitute Mr Joseph Rice of Frankfort is say Smith colored was sentenced by 100 100 REWARD the door ice house meal liouee enbiu Common Leaf S1400 to 17 00 to day to twenty one years iu in yard coal liouse chicken bouse Ac Medium lo good leaf 1700 to 2300 Messrs E E Mitchell and A D Ruff visiting friends aud relatives here after a jury The readers of The Climax will be excellent new barn 50x68 feet awl a 23 00 to an absence of one year He was form- Â¬ the penitentiary for manslaughter pleased to learn that there is at leas Select or wrappery leaf left on their bicycles last Sunday for a fine orchard 2050 The murder was committed iu Septem- Â¬ one dreaded diaease that science has Second 1284 acres ou Irvine pike trip to Blue Lick Springs Owingsville erly a citizen of this place 1886 near Wiudora five mile3 beeu able to cure in all its stages and running through from the Alex Black Burglars broke Into a dry goods store ber and other places farm to Jessie Smiths lain towebiwjc from here The murdered man who ANNOUNCEMENTS is pike dirt road awl W K OWtams oa Mr A T Smith commission mer- Â¬ in Eastern Ky a few days ago and was never recognized was last seen that is Catarrh Halls Catarrh Cure only positive cure now known to FOU ASSESSOK the south east Sakl land fe mostly ia gentlemen chant of Chicago visited Mr and Mrs after a close examination found the near where the killing occurred in the grass and has upon it one good lie medical fraternity Catarrh being goods marked so high they could not We are authorized to aunouuee JOEL L E Francis this week He is a disciple The only fine calf 3 Seamless Shoe in company with smith aud a companion ami scltool House afiurd to steal them They passed on a constitutional treatment Halls Ca- Â¬ T EMBUY as a candidnte for Asses- Â¬ the world made without tacks or nails of Schweinfurth by the name of Million Both were Third 115 aeres of sme lral run Â¬ sor of Madison county subject to the As stylish and durable as those costing to the next house tarrh Cure is taken internally acting action ot the democratic party ning from the Blaek land to the Smith confined in jail for the crime October Mr I N Kehoe representing the sur- Â¬ 5 or 6 and having no tacks or nails to IhihI immediately down the creek Farmers are very much enthused 12 18S0 but Million was killed In jail directly upon the blood and mucus We are authorized to announce wear the stocking or hurt the feet makes mostly bottom land ami good all ia Courier Journal Job Printing Co is in faces of the system thereby destroying over the flue prospect of the growing by Joe Sheltou a crazy negro who A J WILLOUGHBY as a candidate them as comfortable and well fitting as a Brass and has upou it a xood oW Richmond taking orders for Carolls New giv- Â¬ for Assessor of Madison county subject hand sewed shoe None feshtfaued dwelling containing eight Buy the best crops They will raise more coru than was in the same cell LIudray Smith the foundation of the disease and Kentucky Code of Practice stamped on bottom UW rooms they know what to do with They can was tried at the August term of the ing the patient strength by buildingÂ¬ to the action of the Democratic par- Â¬ genuine unless Shoe warranted 3- L Douglas 3 up the constitution and asslstiug na- ty Mrs II J Bennett pleasantly enter- Â¬ fcell it to the builders of the R N I Fourth My Robinson place coa Circuit Court 1887 and secured the ture in doing its work The proprie- Â¬ W L DOUGLAS 4 SHOE the original tainiug So acres adjoining my home tained a few friends at her home at Mill B R R for a good price FOR JAILER same sentence given him to day but tors have so much faith in its curative and only hand sewed welt 4 shoe which place running baek toniy Miller plaee grove Friday evening to meet Miss We are authorized to announce equals custom made shoes costing from 6 ami lies brood side of Aleeers MeKte through his attorney Col L D Bald Â¬ powers dol- Â¬ that they offer one huudred KINGSTON Sutherland of Owensboro TraInors trotting track land all in win was giveu a new trial Five of lars for any case it fails to cure Send JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for to 9 reofcleMee Jailer of Madison county subject to the W L DOUGLAS 250 SHOE is unex- Â¬ grass aud has upon it a fair the jury to day were for hanglug 3- Tlie editor of The Climax is in receipt actiou of the Democratic party some fruit trees ami about forty cedars Address for list of testimonials celled for heavy wear Mr Price Mtmday still continues of an exquisitely printed invitation to be in yanl making a beautiful grove CO Toledo O F J CHENEY We are authorized to announce very low SHOE is worn by DOUGLAS WILD DOUS Fifth My Miller land of 561 acres present at the Paris Imp next Wednesday JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for allW L and is the 2 Sold by J Brooks 75 Cts 8 best school shoe in lying immediately on the Irvine pike Mrs Trllble and children of Shelby Jailer of Mudisou couuty subject to the the Boys and also on Friday and will certainly be world will be sold in two lots of 27 and 28 3- actiou of the Democratic party county returued home on Monday there Etfttor Climax All the above goods are made in Con acres to suit those living in llteeity We are authorized lo announce Cress Button and Lace and if not sold for cow aud horse pasturage or some Mr Thomas Grubbs and family of Hon A J Reed of Richmond Ky Richmond Ky Aug 27 188S trnek eardener then a a whole L DOUGLAS School Books at Whites Drug Store SAMUEL BIGGERSTAFF a candi Â¬ by your dealer write Grand Master of the State made an of- Mt Sterling was with R T Pettus date for Jailer of Madison county sub- Â¬ Brockton Mass The Robinson and Broneton lands The citizens living on north Second 2nd St near Garnett House tf ject to the action of tne Democratic ficial visit to the Order in the city last during the Fair will also be sold as a whole the high Â¬ mid Third streets In this city are night- Â¬ FREEMAN Richmond Ky est price ruling the sales JACK Agent 3- These teatfe party Wednesday night The meeting was Short Hand Mrs R J Palton after a moDtiis ly aroused from sleep by the growling are all well watered and well fenced 8 24 lietd in the spacious hall of Azur Lodge visit to her fathers family has return- Â¬ aud barking of a pack of seven or We are authorized to auuouuce At the same time and place will sell Mrs D Russell Forinan will instruct THOMAS H FEBRELL as a candi Â¬ No 25 in the Telephone Building and a ed to her home in Lexington eight dogs The pack secrete them- Â¬ iu Phonography at ber residence or date Â¬ Jailer of Madison county subgood representation from most of the Miss Judle King returned to he selves through the day and go out at in class those wishing to learn phouo- - ject to the action of the Democratic fourteen subordinate lodges was present 4 tiight to satisfy their hunger Some of graphy The demand for short hand party Grand Master Reed is just closing an ex- Â¬ home at Crab Orchard on Wednesday the citizens who are alarmed at the writers la greater than the supply 13 THE FITTEST A2TD BEST accompanied by Miss Helen Chestnut We are authorized to announce natives 4 yoke large oxen good onea tended visitation to lodges throughout the situation have supplied themselves Lawyers nud this art valuable in not- Â¬ JOHN HILL ns a candidate for Jailer 24 cows and heifers highest of grade jurisdiction of Kentucky preparatory to and Miss Lizzie West with shot guns and are determined to ing accurately testimony in court of Madison county subject to the ac- Â¬ 8 thoroughored cows and heiferef some submitting his report to the Grand Lodge 4-Mr Nutter of Fayette was iu the rid themselves of the nuisance All Students can take verbatim notes of tiou of the Democratic parly of them registered some of the above at its annual session to be held here in county last week the guest of his persons who have valuable dogs are lectures and thereby aid their educa- Â¬ 8 fat are fresh and first class milkers cows ami heifers 10 short yeHrling October In an entertaining and instruc- Msler-In-liMrs Martha Maupln requested to keep Ihetn up for a few tion materially Earnest people al Â¬ FOR COUNTS SUPERINTENDENT 3 2 safe roekaway horses steers tive address he recounted some of the re- Â¬ He returned on Saturday Mrs Maupin nights until the wild dogs are disponed ways succeed Satisfaction guaran- Â¬ We are authorized to announce J B yearling horse colls and 1 to various lodges accumpuuing him sults of his mission 7-50 Poland China County Su- Â¬ SltFFEBBB A HARRIS a candidate for 2 work mules of teed hitherto dormant and the success attend Â¬ pedigreed ami general merit perintendent of Publio Schools subject ltog Mr Alex Sevier wife aud Bister-in- party good SO barrels old corn pure while ing his visits is remarkable and highly Ice Cream Soda Water nt 5 cts per to 8-the action of the Democratic law Mifcs Cora Sawyers of Barbour Tiie advantages of advertising could 125 500 barrels corn in the Held 52- S Dinellis satisfactory It will be gratifying to the glass at vllle are visiting friends here Mr 8 not be better illustrated than in the bushels pure Fultz wheat 13 large hay our order fraternity to know that stacks about 4000 good square rails Is the guest of Mr J W Bales aud oaeeof Mr W L Douglas of Brock- Â¬ S Dinelle has introduced n new and that more than five hun- Â¬ flourishes some fencing about 10 enrde wood guest ot Mrs Jell ton Mass manufacturer of the celeÂ¬ steam fretzer and is prepared to fur- been initi- Miss Sawyer is the posts ani all my farming lmpfemeot dred additional members hare Kemaininz unclaimed in the Post brated W L Douglas 5800 shoe nisli the purest aud besst Ice Cream in Oilice at Richmond Ky week eudiug Cox regulated farm such as used on a well ated in the State during the year The 5sS Thi sale is positive and will be- Â¬ Our end of the county was reasona Â¬ About four years ago S R Niles any quantities aud at lowest figures August 2S 18S8 Worthy Grand Master has been indefatig Â¬ gin promptly at 10 oeloek A M Newspaper Advertising Agency of Braxley X H OConnor Kate 52able in the responsible duties of his high bly successful at the Fair Mr A It Terms liberal and made known ou Breckinridge Clias Pearce Mrs E L Boston placed lor Mr Douglas an day of sale- office and every Odd Fellow proclaims Gibus nud Mrs L D Maupin look n Boryed Mary Polland Corah If ou want a nice buggy pliteton 8 11 J H BOGUS Maupin was advertisement covering a portion of premium osch Mrs Courier Journal Well doBe Porter Adda B or Broiherson Tlies bnrouohe ruihawny carriage Clark Berdic Richen Mis Mattie more successful at Richmond than at the new England States Since that J0I111 Donelsou npr4 t Clark Robert John II MartlluR a draughtsman In Kit ksvilie where she tooH the certifi- time Mr Douglas has steadily Increas cuupe ro to Stapp Charles KxeBrsieas It stands at the head of oU goal onpai These who Campbell I D antra to Iuto the bet organ hoBld aonontot tm Slaughter Jas I tbeofllse of Albert H Rnitrsden an cate She first took the premium The ed his advertising us his business pros Business meu and settlers looking Klres wlta the rarlt of our IwtruMrau Dual Musis Casgrove Mrs A M Shepherd Lizzie take oar won for what we ba t aee aad tett ear architect of Kansas City has confessed judges claimed It a infelake and sosho peied and the returns have been instruments If no dealer lar oar organs to jeez for new loealhHtw or Investments can sells x Rogers atone Manerva Mrs 8 F Lnil an experienced ClienaultHenry locality write to the factorr reach all principal points m Minneso Â¬ to the killing of the Utter in bH ornoe had to give it up nml content horsrlf so gratifying that he has recently Terrill E4d Collins MartHiij ta ami DaJtora at a enst of one fare for placed through Mr Niles his adver- Â¬ teacher desires pupils iu Piano Study Collins America Turner Mrs Amanda last Thursday afternoon HTTST NoToTITISR the red string the rouHtl trip by availing tbemaelvea attacked him with with Walker Mtes Pliina The luleat method taught Terms Cornelison J B in over 6000 newspapers tisement pays that Rumleii of the xetMMious announced viatlte Address MILLER ORCAH CO West Sarah Music room at D It For Curiey John col moderate A Kansas man proposes to originate covering every suction of the country a heavy gutta percha rule aud that he Manitoba Ry St Paul Minneapolis Wearren W II ChtatofFuaaeLfne LX2BANON Pa Danding Maggie 7- mans after September 1 18SS from tit Paul Mian Tickets good htruck him wltli a brick the blow a new breed of stock by crossing a Gal Â¬ frim Maine to dllfM iil xt Emory Bell 2 Whseler Angie 9 34 for M days Very low excursion rates loway bull up ill a buflulo cow and in Â¬ causing his death Fisher Mrs Whiter Mrs Aniia W H Kelley will build you a good Lewis Miss R C have ben made also via this line to Estcll White Mrs Sallie breeding the progeny HI idea Is to Malarial pohtoiiK can be entirely re Helena and Great Falls Montana WlUson Prof T II Wm Burns of Philadelphia was get un animal that besides being a moved from the system by the use of house ciieaper than any man in town Lewis Dr R R 2 tickets gval for four months Further mar7 tf Lemon James M Whfuock R II fatally out with a razor by hii wife good liet f animal will make a good tiarticniars can be obtained by tuKfrvss Acres Ague cure Thte remedy con- Â¬ Post Office hours from 6 a si to 7 r who mudo nn abortive attaek up in her rob- - with the hair aa long or nearly so Four good rooms h First stnei up iug C Pas mrr Sjieclrtl rales for lee Cream for pic- - M tains n specific tn the form of 11 vege Money order and regkstored letter stairs suitable fee ntffecs or bed rooms Agent II Warren General H K TopISL Paul Minn or own life Jealousy was the caue Hia as the bultttlo and with the rich color S DiKKLia hours prompt 7 a m to 6 1 m table product used in no other Ague nice and other parties U W Wnus per- Disk Passenger Agent 23i South Apply to wife is an Invalid and ia thought to be and gloss vl the Galloway 62- J B WILLIS v sr preparation tf eo w lt thtrk 8 tlwet Chicago Â¬ Anions the Northern Lakes of Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa nlis souri and Dakota are huudreds of de-Â¬ lightful places where one can pass the summer months in quiet rest and en joyment and return home at the end of the heated term completely rejuveu atcd Each recurring season brings to Waukesha Beaver Oconomowoc Dam Frontenac Okobojl Hotel St Louis Lake Minuelonka White Bear Excelsior Springs and Innumerable other ennrraiug localities with ro-Â¬ mantic Humes thousands of our best people whose winter homes are on either side of Mason and Dixons line Elegance and comfort at n moderate cost can tie readily obtained A list of summer homes witli all necessary in- Â¬ formation pertaining thereto is being distributed by the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway aud will be sent free upon application by letter to A V Carpenter General Passenger H Agent Milwaukee Wis may23m Ite prepared lo deliref Ice to any part of the cliy regularly or on short notice Will make Contracts tor supply Â¬ ing families offices business houses shops Orders left a Dykess and other places grocery on Second streeet will receive prompt attention aprn tf J E Dykes i firri ICROQKEJ l I II J Blood misiT tho only WVYVY Blood Remedy guaran Â¬ teed It is ft positive cure for Ulcers Erup Â¬ tions or Syphilitic Poisoning It purifies the whole systsro and banishes all Rheumatic aid Hearalgic pains Wo guaranteo It W G White Prescription Druggist c BENKETT Kl UMSTOKl ckil DRY GOODS Choice Silks Henriettas Serges vv ip De Boges Cashmeres c r 3si n a Lace Flounces of all kinds Â¬ SWV Sgfi White Goods in great quantity Merchant Tailorinj Freud 1 I I i r I od til III M be re 3d Â¬ Englisli and American Suitings a P- - era TROUSERINGS and VESTIIffGS ve ar r- Â¬ - op Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GENTS HJENISKING GOODS h lle gc ee Â¬ be cil ilia l6i5c WALL PAPERS CAUTI03ST1 tag all Â¬ at 219 Â¬ III2C fas - - at a- iot - PUBLIC SALE nt Of w Â¬ ool it B y Impleitits srs lo- - all nd Â¬ J you 539 1 2 -- ACEES as 4 1 r of HALLS ea aa h are IOC L DOUGLAS ip-er- - S3 SllOS we -- ices lO aad r J CATARRH CURE t rr The Filler Organ 80 One and Cattle Â¬ w four-year-o- kl un XE2TTER5 Â¬ Wm t Â¬ Â¬ nf 5J -- 2R RENT mm tSmW J SA J At 4riM tSSlHBSwBKw UMBaBJECj Hmull PVvV5bvBpiftaHBSBmiGmHLeaaai9KmmmmmH 4ft K j rARMERS On of the Iato Abbo UsxIj Mod rroinll Sods kept moist and warm by the luff Pupil a AVin threo Mtd a kalf years Id store afford of good means of testing the vitality garden seeds Arts tier Oho Heal gave evidence Aui A farmers journal ail vises jigainst of Lcr reiuirkfiUa talent An oWor using foreign potatoes for seed as its II experience with them has not been sister was strammtnx Anlkfs IWio on day in the nursery satisfactory where ti children were at play Gve yoar boys a piece of land for When so katl finished the tiny A lcIc crying lek Ieh bogged to their own ase and dont interfere with itbe placed on the stool awl to their the management of - Let them make repeated astonishment the ontire mistakes if they will There will neverÂ¬ waltz giving the correct hass with be a time when they will be less expensive Mamma Papa bcr left hand If yon do not keep yonr cow in cried the children ia chorus as they Come Come dean dry comfortable quarters yon threw open the door and hear Adelenea There was great can not expect her to give avery large amount of milk if your obickens are rejoicing that day ia the family Ohe The parents themselves began at oaoe not watched and attended to dont to instruct her in piano pi ay ing In expect much from them An important factor in successful her fifih year she became acquainted farming k the keeping of the proper v ith the talented musical oouplo Bron-s-inho took her to Hans vonBulow amount of stock to consume the prod t r advice Irt me first look in her nets of the farm and especially those cveV he said and continued kinds of stock which may be kept at a profit with a vfew also of enriching Yi 9 ther e really k music there II proposed that she he placed thesoiL Tinder his instruction at Munich where According to the Itttral Kew he was then residing but the fond Jerfcer experience the largest crops parents coald not consent to separa of potatoes attainable can hi raised tien from so young a child Adele only when 1 a sufficient quantity v years old when lrof Ans ot suitable foci is supplied when 2 Ohe Moved with his family to Br- - the Hants are not seriously checked iHn Here she became a papil of Franz by dry weather and 8 when they Knllsk and several months later of grow in mellow soil this father the celebrated Dr Theodore An exchange says from roading Kallak with whom she remained until papers setting forth the many advan- Â¬ her thirteenth year At eight sho tages of dehorning cattle wc have wdo her first public appearance come to the conclusion that God Two years later she gave concerts with didnt know how to make a cow and orchestra at Berlin and Hanover ia judging from the many bobtail which she played Beethovens B flat horses we see we are led to bolieve major concerto with the Moscholes that the horses were not made right Gadensa Shortly after leaving Yon can set the bull dog on the Kullak she came to Licet at Weimar predatory tramp you can feed the and hnrrin occasional interruptions potato bugs with park green you can benefited by seven yeare of his in book agent into the bull strnetion Several long concert tours entice thebut what are you going to the first when in her fourteenth year pasture do with that greatest enemy of a were made daring this period ia thrifty farm the man who knows too Germany Previous to her American much to IFetters debet she had never played oatside Plowman learn of others her native land At her last public There are bo secrets in sheep raki appearance there she performed Piano concerto ITauberts ia the ing It has to he done by feeding hundredth jubilee soiree The sheep have to eat somothing and I at the royal orchestra with that sa that something has to be sweet feed vperh body of Musicians at the Berlin grass grain vegetables fruit or any lloyal Opera house In the salons of thing that k wholesome ami nutritious the German capital Adele Ans der Ohe but must be abundant and unfailing Veds brush and briars will keep is as great a social as musical favorite heep alive but dont a6k sheep to She enjoyed the friendship and chap row mutton or wool on such pastures eronage of the late lamented Princess A very saccesful poultry fancier Alma of Ciralalh BenlhiB a noble woman distinguished for her charities in Western New York rejects ground and as a patroness of the fine arts feed ami hot masb notions as con- Â¬ She is very popular at the imperial trary to nature for chickens and hons jimlaee where she has often played II feeds cracked grains corn wheat c dry and has the best of results privately and ia state concerts Adele Aas der Ohe is not merely a gifted M llet ami gras j seed are cxcelent mimical artiste bat a young woman feed liens generally refuse whole of varied accomplishments Besides rye selecting from a mixture of wheat her mother tongue she sneaks and and rye the wheat and leaving the writes French Italian and English k rye Froii eating ground wheat and a Undent in the arts and sciences rye mixed with water a poultry fwrites poetry and k a composer of keeper says some of his best hens diod FACTS FOR rr i ADELE AUS DER OHE FULL OF FUN mBtSnammmmaWflr An oxohango says Start yorr boys on the right track Thats easier said than done It roquircs considerable switching somcliuiC3 Household j ftflSflmKSD Xmmmmmm1 mmmmmmV mmmS 33rTa7wILKES SMITH lEDezvtal Professional Cards FIVE HABEST fr Antiquarian Gent Got any old ah Roman weapons or pottory ilatoly Xpect oiu next Dialor week sir aint quitcjfinished rustin yet sir Lize said a mother to her little giri what do you do after washing yonr face and hands It was a hint to comb her hair but Lize didnt tako Why I dry them of it that way course was her reply Woman to tramp sharply You dont seem to liko thnt soup Tramp Yos its Aint it good good flavored mum but thero aint quite body enough to it Couldn t you wash a couple more dishes in it In Tallahassee Fla they arrost a yonng man when he stays courting his girl too lato at nights that is if ho climbs out of the wiudow because the front door is locked and gets himself mislakon for a burglar Jones Well Brothor Smith 1hw many have you in your churdi Elder Smith --Oh two hundred and some odd How many have you Elder J ones Two hun- Â¬ dred and all odd Burlington Free Trent Mrs A I see you havo a new servant girl Yes I make Mrs B it a point to got a new one every month But that must be vory in Â¬ Yes but there is nothconvenient ing going on in this town that I dont know all about it A man whose surname was Silence when about to giro evidence in a civil case was told to stato his name Silence ho roared out with rather stentorian lungs and was nearly boing committed for contempt of court be- Â¬ fore the mystery of the seeming im-Â¬ pertinence was cloared up Milkman to assistant Jim Mrs Kendricks complains that tho milk yon left this morning didnt agree with her baby Are you cortain tho milk you leave there is all from one cow Yos sir but this Assistant mornin the well rope broke an Iliad to use cistern water Milkman Well by thunder that baby must have a sensitive stomach Harpers Call Â¬ thoroughly trained workmen out of the choicest and most fashionable goods Do you J C MORGAN D D S Main street over Madiwant a HEHDY fiHADE SUIT made especially for our trade by the best houses in the JSTOFFICE Bauk Richmond Ky son National juue22tf East according to the newest designs and out of reliable and stylish material B lesant Tailor Made Suit Want toan after the latest and most approved fashions by experienced and cut and made order IDO JMMEM OR A PAIR OF HAMBSOME OBI PANTS Practice Limited Office hours 400 P M to Dkxtwtry EXCURSIONS MINNESOTA DAKOTA OFFICE Smith I5udingMan Street 900 to 1200 M 100 to jnne22 tf ri Â¬ XOTJ -- want f August 21st TUSSDATJ Septesfccr 11th 23 I October 8th asd 23r VIA THE - DR J M POYNTZ BURGEON AND PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street nest to St Paul fliinneapolis itoba Railway AT KATES Man- Â¬ Whites Drug Store june22f G W EVANS M D AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street june22tf made to order or ready made Do you want the most DELIGHTEUL TJNDERWEAB anything Do you from a WELL KEGULATED Merchant Tailoring Clothing House GUTS 9 thtt o WTO Tf ruin J UHIIOilllU Do you want something ELEGANT DUE ABLE and SEASONABLE in JT CHEAPER THAN EVEE BEFORE Points west of Grand Forks in D KOTA ami MONTANA LESS TH AX ONE FARE no round trip rate behi more than TWENTY DOLLARS m MONTANA JkrTa J JO want o DRS TAYLOR ASHE BO YOU WAIT AN EXQUISITE STRAW HAT BO 1TOU WANT ANY OTHER KINB OP A MAT BmgMf you do anyhow CALL AND SEE US If you do not Bespectfully call and see us COVINGTON -- MITCHELL I3HXJE Persons desiring to take a tr through Northern Miunesota Daka M DR or moutana for the purpose of Ioor nover the country or with the idea f MAIN STREET Next Door to Luxous Up Stairs selecting a new borne within boundaries of tbe Residence at Willis House GRANDEsi june22tf WHEAT BELT IN THE WORLD aud an agricultural country suitate DR for diversified forming fairy aid Offprs his professional services to the stock purposes will do well to take public Office In drug store ou lower Main advantage of these rales For maps and information apply tD july27 ly Street Richmond Ky your iMime ticket agent to any ague DR U- - C AMBROSE of tho company or Practitioners in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetover Dykes juue22t Grocery Store cludins UREATFALLS JOHN FOSTER PHIL ROBERTS THE COBMEM SABBLERY KENTUCKY GIFTEAL E R GRASS ROUTE Shortest FORD KY Office hours 2 to 4 oclock in the ternoon af- Â¬ 8- - F I WHITNEY Oeul Pae Tkt Ag St Paut Mi - June 22 tf Fast Line Between Lexington and Cincinnati rnrsiciAN and surgeon WHITE HALL KY SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 20th 1SSS your attention to their commodious and elegant house Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky corner of SOUTH BOUND Covington Falmouth Lve Ciithlana Arr Paris No 2 Ex Sun 30 and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North West and Southwest East W T SEXSMITH his professional M D E B WALLACE AND Offers i Weekly No i Dally public KxSnn NORTH B0U2JD No No C services to the awg 17 iyr I V b f under an assumed name She that been rightly taught to believe in iffce necessity of a broad and liberal edeatMia for all who aspire above Mediocrity ia her chosen profession MHwic Ccmtmry - i V LODGING HOUSES fThe Pieevs IVlirre Many of Englands Ieor Find Shelter The first scene to which your attea itiott k invited k a common lodging Hmnmw Before the passing of Lord Shaftesburys act ia 1857 the com tnoa lodging houses were among the vilest dens of the metropolis They ware hot beds of crime and pestilence They were the scenes of nightly orgies ef the meet horrible descrip atfon foal Alsatias ia which the vilest earn of the cky gathered together and hatched bow crimes and qarreled aad faagkt over the proceeds of oM LONDON crop bound The cherry tree is very impatient f wet Land can scarcely be too hrrl and dry for it to thrive It is quite common to have dierry trees near the house This k very well if the soil is well drained as it should be around a dwelling Bpt if it is the habit of the women folks to tlirow h sshing water and other slops at the back door it will be ait to kill cherry trees located near there This k t ftcn an unsuspected reason why cherry rees in such place mysteriously die w hile others escape IN THE CORN FIELD The Rronoiny or a Thorough Preparation of the Sail Ia those days there was no limit to the number of guests who might be reeeiMu and so these dens were packed nightly by a seething mob of Man women and children and no eoasideration of health cleanliness or decency were allowed to stand in the way of the proprietors profits These heosc became such plague spots such a soaree of absolute danger to lite eenuannltj that L erd Shaftesbury ob Â¬ tained the passing of aa act which competed every common lodging Moase to be registered and to be placed under police regulation and police inspection The act has proved a positive boon to the working classes The common lodgiag honse of to day k clean and fairly comfortable Each hoase k li asased to receive a certain number naiy every man most have a bed to Maeetf and each bed mast have so meek space given to it The differ- Â¬ ence hi this respect may be judged freea the fact that in one common ledging boase with which I am ac amninted a room bow licensed for eleven beds formerly contained twenty-eight Moreover the act oompels reoaeat serubiiiags of the floors and white washing of walls and the slight- Â¬ est ease of illness must be at ones re-Â¬ ported to the nearest police station Seeing the d ass of cestomers the pro- Â¬ prietor has to accommodate you may imagine that the floors of the donatio ries gat a terrific amount of scriib hiag with the result that they are far cleaner and more wholesome than the carpeted rooms of many more pretea tkms establishments where an over Â¬ worked housemaid flicks the furniture with a duster tickles the carpet with broom and sweens the fluff under the Oeonrc A Sim he in Me PMadel- a SiHy Romantic Notions Girls who read too many love stories are apt to have romantic notions of Mfe and leek upon every g yoweg man as a sort ot hero Dont he se foolish girls talk to the young men yoa meet as unaffectedly JOi dote the boy friends of your 1 r bers or if you have ho brother ruid tlterefore bo brothers friends a- - yon do io the neighbor lad who mayhap does chores for yoar r Dj not imagine when you i it t a gentleman that your eonversa tijn must he remarkable or hhhss to bo fitertaiaing The bearing of an iitcIigent and gracious gentlewoman i- otc always to be callivate bat tin slionM be every day behavior You should have no company nan AFurae ne extra demean or slm because yea are in the society of I a gentleman inetead of a young lady lit no suppose that the strange gen trman vou meet k a typical novel hlu He is no more a hero of ro- Â¬ mance tliai yoa are a heroine Yoa are bthjnst plain every day hnmani 1 I u t get foolish nations that yoa are any thiag bat ordinary eiay and try to aet like the young persons who figured as chief character ia yoar last novel Farm emi Ftretkte good-lookin- fii 1 V Whrn the United States Senate k doing business under what k known as the five minute rule President In galls limits the time of the sneakers not by bis watch bat hy aa ancient saad girS4 n hich has been Se use by tlc Sua c ftr many years- - A soon a- Snator begin his sieeek the plr is set and as soon as the sand has ai run oat in jast fivj aiinates tint is down comes the Presidents ec Lnfo is a constant sihriiggle a unst fate said the Irishman who dat fmd a pair of shoes luir cm ugh for him t K Z The time for planting corn varies with the latitude and after that depends much upon the weather As oon as the days are mikl and the ra- - d warm whenever that may be s a safe rule in all localities Three coi liiions are essential to the pro Â¬ duction of a paying crop of corn namely good seed a rich friable soil and tiwrough tillage Progressive fanners have demons rated the econo iy of a thorough preparation of the soil for the seed indeed not a few of our most successful growers advocate ami practice as best and essential the cultivation of the com previous to planting that k to say they do not use a plow after danting but let all he deep culture of the soil preceede it Where manure is required the bet Â¬ ter way k to sow it broadcast and plow it in if it be coarse or harrow it in if well pulverized and decomposed When manure is thoroughly incor torated in the soil the roots of the plants are certain to take it up and the development of ear and grain will eonvsiiond with that of stalk and leaves which is not the case when a limited amount of fertilizer is placed in the hill or drill only To gain the best results from the employment of stimulating elements ia hill or drill available pant food must be near at hand and in sufficient quantity to carry the plant once started on to the perfection of its growtlu An early start k a great point gained and the employment of fertilizers in the drill k of decided advantage pro Â¬ vided as has already been told the mmI outside contains sufficient food to keep up the growth of the plant Poultry manure and Peruvian guano have each rendered valuable asskt ance as stimulators applied in the drill Large areas are nowadays usually planted in drills and corn planters ami cultivators are very generally adopt ed It k generally conceded that planting in drills induces the greatest yields other conditions be iBg even Flat culture is being very generally adopted for the corn crop it having been long ago proven that hilte are not required as wa3 former- Â¬ ly supposed for the support of the corn plant There is ako a saving of labor in the fiat culture systom A plan of drill culture favored hy some on light ami naturally dry up Â¬ land k what is known as the furrow system of planting The field is broken up as usual and made level At linve of planting one thorough har Â¬ rowing is given and the grouud laid ff and thrown Hp into five feet beds the com being planted in the fur- Â¬ rows between the beds Tho object of this plan k to insure moisture to the crop The fertilisers are sown in the bottom of the furrows and mixed with the soil by running along the farrows a sharp single shovel coulter or jjragging a chain through it Then the seed is dropped and covered The after colt ration is done with cultivators which gradually level down the surface of the beds re- Â¬ turning the soil to the corn and leav- Â¬ ing the general surface level when completed The system of checking corn so that the cultivation may he in two di Â¬ rections direct and acroH is much practiced in the Northern and Western States At the East and In many of the Mhtdlc S ales planting in drills and onltivating shallow and flat with cultivator and hoe prevails among the more progressive farmers As to the matter of seed farmers are advkel for their general crop to plant sack varieties as in former cn eons have proven snceessfnl in their ovm localities and in similar soils Small plots may be profitably cm ployed to the testing of new and promising kin Is introduced by trustÂ¬ worthy secdmen or other farmers -- A well known actress first divulgod the project to me a dentist said She came in one day greatly excited She wanted to know if she could havo a diamond placed in the confer of hor most conspicious front tootL The proposition was so novel and unique that I was staggered for tho moment But business k always business you know and I placidly remirked that such a thing could be done Sho wanted to know the cost and how soon I coukl finish the work and whether she would have to sit in the dental diair many hours I told her sho wouldnt have to sit long in the chair only long enough for me to saw off two thirds of the tooth in which sho wantod the diamond set What she exclaimed cant you put the diamond in without extracting tiro tooth I told her tho diamond would have to be put in a false tooth as it would cause the natural tooth to decay I should cut off two thirds of the natural tootli place the diamond in a false tooth two thirds the regu- Â¬ lar siee and pivot that on the third ot the natural tootli that romainod No one would ever suspect that any part of the tooth was false and tho gem would sparkle like a beacon all the time 1 reminded her that if the dia- Â¬ mond was put into the natural tooth it could not be removed She would have to go along the street scintillat- Â¬ ing dazzling rays But she could re- Â¬ move tlie false tooth any time and by having a duplicate made sho could keep the diamond out of her mouth except when she appoared in public I considered that would bo better both for herself and the diamond Did sho leave tho order She did and there is the tooth all ready for the diamond Eeop your eye on a popular actress at one of the theaters where burlesques are pro- Â¬ duced and you will get a dazzling gleam from a row of incisors when she sings before long Since I got her order I have had half a dozen more and one of my fashionable colleagues dropped in yesterday and said he had jnsi received an order Mark my words it wont be long before tho big orz among certain women will be diamonds in the front teeth 2f Y Mail and Expre INQUISITIVE BERTIE home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted Their stock of Buggy Robes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as ele gance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber Buggy whips of whalebone riding whips of cowhide wagon whips of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in variety Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups Eridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and strong shop made and city made DIAMOND FILLED TEETH Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse boots A Fail That Is Becoming Popular In Sow toe weights girts brushes curry combs snttnges iSrc York Cliy A full line of collars hamos trace chains back bands Iiame strings The latest fad among aspiring act- Â¬ resses and certain society damsels is plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners a diamond in one of the front teeth An ignorant but well meaning man having been elected justice of the peace in a rural district de Â¬ clared on taking his seat as a magis- Â¬ trate that it would bo his most anx- Â¬ ious endeavor to do justice without fear favor or affection in short sakl he emphatically I will tako care that on this beich I will never be either partial or impartial Vicarious Salvation Yos said an old sailor my brothor is in Heaven He went to the Cannibal Islands as servant to a missionary and the natives killed him and ato him up How can ho be in Heaven Your brother was a very wicked man and he died in his sins Maybe he did but the niggers who ate him were converted Drakes Magasine 3 Nol No 5 M C HERNBOXTS COBMEB Every Style and Variety of Harness Ive lve Tlmrn is no slinn in Opnlril TCnntnrkv ftnnnl in it in nnnrnrnnniv5t Arr and the quality of the goods they oiler is in keeping with the house lve Arr Arr They have the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles made Arr in Iheir shop of the best materials They havo Arr lve Arr Arr an 835 pm 200 pm Lve Livingston 8o am am 938 pm 328 pm lve Berea 1025 a m 1105 am 1024 pm 430 pm Arr Klchnioml 1145 am 1140 am 1050 pm 510 pm fetaiiliH-U720 am 525 am lexlnntoii 1230pm 1130pm 610pm Lve Lancaster Lve 810 am 545 am 1arlg 1150 am 1055 pra 520 pm Arr Richmond- - 1100 am 650 am Winchester 1235 pm 1125 pm 605 pm Lve Itirhnioii- d- 130 pm 650 am RIcIimniHt 200 p m 710 pm Arr Winchester pra 740 am 225 818 pm Arr Tans Lancaster - 510 pm 325 pm 825 am Stanford 600 pm Hm 840 pra yxxpm 735 am Lve IxtiiKton HlclimuiiiU K05 pm a 19 Lve Paris 340 pm Berea 320 pm Lve Cynthliina- - 406 pra 906 am Livingston 5 pm pm lourj am Lve Falmouth 451 Arr Covington 60 pm 1135 am Hkath HEATH J F Cornblisox COHTR AGT OR Is prepared to do alt Kinds ioj - BUILDING AND CONTRACT KENTUCKY RICHMOND offer their professional services to the WORK public CORNELISON Practicing Physicians of 4jnly AT THE MOST yoo 350 430 525 pm pm DR GILES HARRIS WACO pm pm 650pm No 11 Dally KY Seasonable specifications Office June22 Eates wi I MAYSVILLE BRANCI1 SOUTH MOUND No to No 12 Dully Dally Ex Sun Ex Sun 600 am 635 am 729 am 890 a m 915 am 53 Offers his profeseioual services to the TYill public j4tf NOUTH UOUND No a Dally Ex Sun 735 830 857 921 KxSau Txo pas DR S M LETCHER furnish drawings jilan at any time Lre Johnson- Carlisle Mlllcrsbtint Arr Part lucttiglon Covington Mayfcvllle 1135 am 105 pm Lve Covington Lexington140 pm IMrls 34 pm X58 pm Arr Mlllersburg pm Carllxle 3S pm 610 Johnson Mnysvlllc 00 pm Â¬ - 1015 am 1050 am am am am am 425 520 547 611 705 740 pra pm P pm pm pm PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on First Street jauly Irvine Street tf at his residence on II e a m ar- this train runs through to Richmond Ky Sunday others are daily except Sunday only Direct connection Is made at Wlnohpstpr wlthChesipeukeiiiidOlilo tor Mt KlerJiiiK Xo 31 leaves Falmouth st 430 p m ar- Â¬ amiihuu uumingiou unariesion w va rives Covington 630 p m Sunday null EHstcrn Cities only 3 nml 4 ran via Win FAST LINE Xos TURFMEN CAN FIND ANY THING IN THEIR LINE- - No 15 lcacs Lexington 715 p m ar- clieMerSoliu Trains with anil Klclnuoml Va Pullman Sleeplng Cars netweeu Cincinnati rives Paris 755 p m and Winchester and Washington D C Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed JNo b leaves Lovmgun 520 p m arThrough Tickets and Bnzgnge Checked to rives Falmouth 720 p m saddlery and harness house any destination reached by a railroad 7 leaves Falmouth 550 a m arrives For full particulars address or call on any igRemember the place Uerndons Corner Main and Second No Covington agent of the Company or 750 a in Streets B Daily Except Sunday II SFGen MORSE Agt E TravBACON Agt Iassr Passr Note No 3 Daily between Richmond Covington Ky Lexington Ky Lexington and Covington II E HUNTINGTON F B CAKR Agt jann iy Itichmond Ky Genl Manner No 4 Daily between Covington Lex ngton and Winchester On Saturdays General Offices Covington Ky No 32 leaves Covington at S3a rives Falmouth 10 30 a m H W BRIGHT M D PHYSICIAN and SURGEON J GRASS AND FIELD RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street next door to Largest and most complete stock Whites Drug Store Central Kentucky Our motto Des Special attention given to Mioroscop Goods and Lowest Consistent Prices icnl and Chemical examinations of P CARROLL tissues and fluids ofthe human body 77 and 79 W Main br Lexington Ky janix iy 22junetf DR Homeopathic SESDS - c s W C GOBMLEY Physician holton and Surgeon CO JIl RtcuMOND Kentucky C C WALLACE Z T ItlCE iUEEIT A1TD CEESCSUT EOTTE Gmcinnati Southern and Associate Roads SEE OUR IMMENSE STOCK OP QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO Special attention given to disea cs of women ami all difficult chronic cases Patients treated at a distance and Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad Â¬ dress mayi6 iy 400 P Office Main Street over D M Brights Office hours 830 to 1100 A Mj 200 to M DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 51 51 Surgery ood O -- New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the RED HOUSE KY The miVHTlS RuID3 is issued Starch aad SeL i each year It is an ency- Jclopedia of useful inor- nation for all who pur chase the luxuries cr tic WO nooAOiiitiAa of lift can clothe you and furnish you Tnth all the necessary and unnecessary appliances to ride walk dance slec eat fish hunt work go to churcfc cs or stay at home and in various s en styles and quantities Just figure tlxm a what is required to do all thoso COMFOHTABLY and you can nakof estimate of the value of the 3TJTTEBS GTJTDS which will be lent upca receirt of 10 cents to pay rostarCO MONTGOMERY WARD 011 114 Michigan Avenue Caicsei- Â¬ mchi6m CONSISTING OF PriGliial Points Soii Easl aM SoM HS UDIES HISSESMSD CHILDSEHS S THE SOUTHERN 110UTE TO THE PACIFIC the Important Cities of tlieSontli without change RICHMOND KY Special attention given t abstracting titles to Intids in Eastern Kentucky Ofliee in Climax building S E Corner COAST- - stairs Main aud Second Streets up June 2J tf M PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law BeatOoSyrap CBS liiildvS ViTKRE usie oon ivarustfia All E1SS MUS ToateagoxL Use believo Pisos Cure for Consumption saved my life A H Dowell I Editor Enquirer Elen ton IT We have on hand the most complete line of iUUlilllll ilIllL lUSllli JLlalllb from Cincinnati and Lexington with Sleeping and Buffet Cars to nearly all of TO Footwear PurnisMiig Soos and Hats Wc have taken special pains in selecting this stock to get the most Stylish Durable and Comfortable Shoes in the market Attoriie E T BURNAM A C April 23 1S67 at 3jaw R Iur ttue22 tt Tho best Cough JiTedi cina is Pisos Ctre fob Consumption Chillren tako it without objection By all druggists 25c CB8ES WHEfiE in Central Kentucky RUNNING TtlllOUGII CARS JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IX Ulli V illllti TWENTY EIGHT HOURS OFFICE with C F Travelers have a choice of 2nJol andNVktinn Finest PalaceAND CRESCENT two kinds of Sleeping Car on nam on First Street QUEEN KOUTEMatins KlegautBou lU OlUt Oar aUlHU dot Buffet Sleeper RICHMOND KENTUCKY r Kaflet Pullraann State Room Pattern Nearly All the Leading Railroads acSSM passengers holding Grand Union Depot In Cincinnati Central therefore saved transfer across tho City and are assured comfort aud convenience - WS Attorney tickets via this lino ar a Journey attended with speet RICHMOND J A SULLIVAN at Isa ra oct6 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 gggAnything we have in winter goods will be sold at greatly reduced prices RICE WALLACE ncli2I iy Mgjiumj Travel via- Queen and Crescent JOIINOGAULT kwtiSSSSBS ne of h KENTUCKY OFFICE otj Firct street same as formerly occupied by County Judge Miller General Offices St Taul Buildliic West Fourth St Cincinnati Ohio HCOL1BRAN General Manager General Passenger Acnt R CARROLL It X RYAN 1 27 Geuend Superintendent- Assistant General Passenger Agent mi ly EestcoViga All EISE f WIS Use fSi Tastes goi 1 C S in mi nm ii M 1 im qwg iow A MriM BJ 1 81 IFK Itl ms II STREET iMgan AttoMieic A at Xaaw RICHMOND KY juue 22 POWELL MMMBntettMtiaflDMI BKTM ctI mr7 6m Office on Second Street tf Jli If 2 3 8 4i S GROCERY jrjKWJq Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands of Konstod Uofiee Pure Rio Combination of Itio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mochn Pure Private Plantalimi Java Pure Arabian Mocha and Genuine Male Derry Java These goodo are all kept in air light tin can New and fresh goods throughout ombracing the best brands and World As an example of cold bloodo1 vil- Â¬ lainy we give a few of the remarks niadj by Master Bertio during the progress of the meal Mi lie asked first whose spoons are these Hush dear said Mrs Skamra He hushed for a second thon Ma whose big glass dish is that -- Little boys should be scon and not heard said Mrs Shamm with a sickly smile that did not conceal from tho guests the faotr that thero was a foarfnl reckoning in store for Bertio on t heir departure Say ma he put in interrupting old Mr Moneyweight who was the spedal guest of the occasion that aint our silver cake basket is it Bertie didnt yon hoar Mrs Moneyweight sponking chides his distressed parent Well Ill be quiet if youll tell mo whose pretty glasses these arc Theyre Mrs Baxters aint they il rtie 0i ma I forgot to tell you that Mrs Hooker wants you to be sure and back her teaspoons to night and h ma did you know that Sally Lroke one of Mi Walkers nice toa o and oh what a pretty plats this is Who does it belong to The doors had hardly closed on the last guest when the neighbors wero iippraisod by a sound whoso import could not be mistaken that Berties iniB of reckoning had como Detroit Fret Press elegant a the other evening and as a reward for being good for two hours she allowed her son Bertie aged ton to sit at the table with tho gucss 1 Doings of a Iitttlo Boy Who IVas H card as Tfell as Seou Mrs Sham m gave a small but vory DPAMEE THE MAIN STREET counties niid in the Court of Appeal Ofllce In Master 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