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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f ji H1 1 f L yBP Cr t Iiyi HyJ W I JM 1 1 ft I H I W i VOLUME JipbiA II 1NSTI I RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER Prof Leenard Pret Barbour Mr A J nce ana many others te whom we extend the thanks of the Institute fortheir presence and assistance Also Squire Will Wilis who never fails to attend the Institute Bessie Dudley correspondence developed the fact that It was Samuel Combs who killed James Mouncent South Fork Trestle June J 1832 Combs who with his wife was living at Belton has been keeping a little grocery and behaving himself as a good citizen When ar Â¬ rested for the crime Combs acknowl- Â¬ edged that he was the man wanted and lie was lodged in jail JN Menefee was appointed States agent to go after him and started about fen days ago on his errand Friday lie returned with his man aud he is now in jail Mr Mene feesuys he had no trouble hi oringing him aud did not use handcufls at all He claims that he did the killing in self defense and that he ran away be cause he had no money to hire a law- Â¬ yer to present his defense From the report we printed of the afialr Juue 6 16S2 weobnerve that both were drunk at the time aud Quarrelled over a Sunday afternoons game of cards when Combs drew his pistol and shot Moiuce four times inflicting wounds that proved fatal in a short time Stan- Â¬ ford Journal THE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM 5 1888 J NUMEEE SFBEO SMITH 12 if i COIMY TEACHERS V MAY MOWrtKC In titute met ebweli Me4ay Nannie Harcourt Sectaries The meeting was opened rsN ArnoH premUng at the - Miss NEWS PARAGRAPHS - a ihort appropriate pray- Mrs Million call- itoa j A Trigg county man 60 veara old baa Tlie ekctiofi of Secretaries been convicted of murder and sentenc Mr T J McKmney i kr Ci ed to 21 years in the penitentiary inrie llarcoarl were clcetca mere- f ilie inclemency of the It took 32 trunks to brine bank thn attendance and it was Slaine family a imrcliaies of the pro 7 lt rcre m to adjourn until the ducts or me pauper labor of Europe c lent C r the basement FcvtenH r- c- a4 iv I Frank Green late of Paris Ky where his father still lives has been ciicJ with aitfic and roll call sentenced to death at Franklin Tenn K nnej who had bees elected for murder ned to serve as sach and Wra Snpp has been held atlrelianon nominated and c Pulley was We listened to an interesting for attempting to noisou hi MTFRNOON SCSMOK 17-ye- FARMERS H R Reed of Evansvllle Tnd fell down a spiral stairway from the 6th Bud Smith sold to John I Monro 200 I E D Y MORNING to the 2ud floor ot the Palmer House barrels of new crop corn about a month the inclement weather the Chicago and was instantly killed ago at 2 per barrel Since the many n t meet promptly at nine John Williams took up a quarrel tine rains it is thought that corn will Matte Mtu Ayrcs hoar lie organ Prayer by Prof between hla brother and Tom Nunuel- - be much cheaper Bourbon News i ung its different modes of ley by shooting the latter through the B J Treacy Ashland Park Farm c necessity etc was fully ex- - right breast the ball coining out at the Lexington has sold to J J Miller of back All live in Pulaski ne members of the Institute Melbourne Australia for 3500 the hmelic was the next topicSpeaker Carlisle has appointed his four year old bay stallion Rcdwiii by T c Institute adjourned for the private secretary AV J Kehoe late of Red Wilkis dam Carrie Norman by Cynthiana stenographer of the House Norman i FKNOOK SESSION The position pays 5000 a year and Is Muir Bros Bryan Station sold to n session was opened with for life or good behavior f Simon Wiehl last week 107 head of mg of the roll The entire The Cunard steamer Umbria made seventeen hundred pound cattle at 5J consumed by Prof Elliott from New York to Queens cents to be taken the last week in this ers upon the subject of Writ the run town 2935 miles In 6 day 10 hours 29 month This sale about rounds up all Music being omitted the minutes The other three veasels that the big bunches of heavy cattle in this med for the day race were not in sight entered county Livestock Record IStli B 1NESDAY MORNING cs opened with music and The Coroner of Mason is Magnus In our Hot of sires v hose get have c Ir Henderson The teach- - Tate Cockrell in his 80th year He won 5000 and upward to July 14lh i ill attendance the minutes of voted for General Jackson in 1823 and we inadvertantly omitted Kingfisher Jays were read and approved has never missed llreing in a vote ns whose get up to that date had won modes of teaching Primary a Democrat He is a kinsman of XL 30400 hi- lnrgest winner being Prince mmar were instructii dy cx- - S Senator Cockrell of Missouri Royal S18910 Billet stands at the of Elliott and Dr Hendrson head Longfellow second Noifolk third We notice In the Interior Journal suggestion from Dr Hamilton that Mr A IC Denny has taken the Glenelg tourlh am Kingfisher fifth i iues intermiooion the remain- stump in Lincoln having made a As Kingfisher is a son of Lexington it Liupied m the disensaion of ppeech at Houstonville on Butunlay still adds strength to the value of lite mmar and Is booked for another at Stanford blood Live Stock Record FIERNOOK SSSNOK en court day The Clarksville Tenn Tobacco Leaf c w session opened with music We James Benson who lives 011 Adam thus briefs the crop chance The morning exercises on i n ere resumed for a while The W- - Carttetiters place shot himself have a full crop out one third field three times Sunday producing wounds fired and badly damaged by drouth me was spent en Composition No cause is as Â¬ per force a low grade product one Lite meeting adjourned for the that will prove fatal third now in the lop in flue fix the signed He was just alive yesterday hope of the year from wheuce muit Stanford Journal HI RSI1AY MORNING come our wrappers and fine grades at the usual hoar i livened Squire James Chora aged about 55 opening exercises of years died In Mt Sterling on Aug 22 one third still in the clodx with the i regular chances of a Louisiana lottery ticket to roll caM and reading of The deceased was born in Montgomery vei win against froit Tills one third h 1 f Barbour delivered an in- - but had lit ed most of his lite in Clark nI e beneficial lecture on the A few years since he returned to Mont live weeks old but if favored by forand Poysjology of the Ear with gomery anil purchased a residence in tune will make flue tobacco rdmence to music The lecture Mt Sterling J E Kellersold for Mr DanSwigert v appreciated and enjoyed by all The Meadows farm containing 178J Presiding acres of laud to Beriah Magoffin of St Hon Joseph P Foree motion was made and carried tlc thanks of the Institute to Judge of the Shelby Comity Court died Paul Minnesota The price jwid was Judge Furee thirty six thousand duller ur for his kindness and instruc- - in Shelbyville Suuday Mr Jla was au excellent citizen in all respects gofliin is a sou of Ex Uovernor Magof- Â¬ m in tee on resolutions appointed laiu Miss Jennie Breaddus Mr an upright Judge a faithful friend a fin aud has resided for the pn 1 seven n en Mr J II Harris and Mr E gentle true man and will be missed by teen years at St Paul where he has thousands of friends amassed af fortune aud has decided to AFTERNOOK SSSSION Woman suflrage gets a back set in return to his native State and enjoy the Supreme Court of Washington himself He will a once begin im- Â¬ ic on programme for afternoon proving the old residence and move v - as discussion of history Prof Territory It is declared unconstitu Lexington I remarks on the subject w ere fed- - tional on the ground that the legisla his family here this fall i an interesting essay from Mr ture exceeded its powers granted by Live Stock Record anWmkle The subject was Congress and that the word citizen Beginning on Thursday of last week i Prof Elliott with suggestions in the orgautic act can only mean a aud continuing several days general uachers Primaiy and Advanced male citizen rain fell in nearly every part of the c being next discussed the meet- Ohio Valley as well as over almost the John Benson the man who shot - ieJ t liimbelf a week ago died yesterday whole country In some places the IKIDAY MORNING from the effects of the wound in the fall was so heavy as to cause much T tlr iaie was called to order by the left lung He also shot himself in the damage by ovei flowing bottoms wash Â¬ Trayerby forehead but the ball did not pene- ing out roads etc Uikiu the whole Prcf Elliott Music I r mr The roM was calted and trate the skull Two years ago lie was though the benefits from this ample While much e utes of Wednesday were read struck on the head by a piece of slate moisture can not be told I lc ird our old auperintendeat while blunting a well and since then of the corn to the South of us was too - iriercting and instructive lecture he lni been flighty at times He forward to be a fleeted by it there was j ernment the new study which was from Virginia and leaves a wife much that wus late and just in condi cj iluced in our common schools Hiid three children Stanford Journal tion to be well tilled out by this rain i JVIucli tobacco is late and will receive hi ai then made a few remarks a farmer nearly great benefit aud pastures will be fine Mile Rudford e jmc subject Mr A J Reed been Fruit and fe tructie talk on the school laws - eighty years old has Court sentenced in now improved gardens will also be to twenty much 1 e eat ere then had the privilege of ask- the Christian Circuit The greatest benefit cuons to which Mr Reed and one vears imprisonment for lie mur perhaps Ik that the ground will be put man named Johti- - in good condition to break for wheat cti amed the law The Institute der of his tenant a in rricir count v several years ato Farmers Home Journal 25th siin il j i r the morning On the first trial he was convicted and Parker Earl the great straw berry 1FTERNOOK SBISION hentenced to seventeen years imprison grow er of Cobdeu III gives the fole cm on session opened with music ment but secured a new inai auu a lowing as his experience 611 posts 13 e etted lecture on The Impor change of venue to Christian with the In building a fence around our L lucation B Smith result aboye stated by Mr W young orchards several years ago we be delivered Prof EHiott sub John D Gillette the cattle king of tiled many plans for preserving the i which was iliool Government of Gov posts Having occasion to remove the Illinois and fither-in-tae f r the occasion Prof Harris Oglesbydied at Mackinaw Mich At fence this winter we noted the condi i in of the committee then read Hip lime of his death he owned 10000 tion of the posts as follows Those set - which were approved and i acres of laud In London county III with no preparation were decayed an r i ne Institute to wit 100000 of stocK 01 nve cen inch or more hi thickness those coat- Â¬ Tliat the thanks of the Issti- - and had estl- - ed with a thick wasii of lime were bet eel y tendered to the First Presby tral Illinois banks His fortune Is r ii fur the use of their basement mntml HtSflaOOOO He was noted as a ter preserved but were quite seriously esions of the Institute successful breeder of fine beef cattle attacked by worms those posts coated 2r Amanda T Million oHr ami as one of the first to export beef with tiot tar were perfectly sound as - jienntendent for the kindness to England when put in the ground thoe painted lie has manifested in oar see eattle with petroleum aud kerosene were Tt ire is said that 50000 people gathered It equally as sound and as good fur set Â¬ 1 ur Conductor M Elliott to hear Judge Prof Thurman sjieaK at tal methods and aWe discuss his cflort like that at ting Let the posts get thoroughly dry eas pertaining to oar work in Chicago and that and then with a pm of cheap kerosene Port Huron was worthy the attention and a whitewash brush give the lower rj m Speaking of a redundant received - I f I G ImriMur for his very it third of the post the part to go in the Â¬ nietivelecuUcon the Phyatol- - and overflowing treasury Judge Thur rat my of the Ear and its wen- - man recalled the wordu of Gov Billy ground two or three applications of the i ithis pertains to tones You might oil letting it soak in well ouch time Alton of Ohio who said Leonard for hisiaterest- - as well undertake to keep a powder- - Posts so treated will not lie troubled by er n ivil Government and reasons gov worms or insects of any kind but will H be taught ia our public house in hell as to nave au noueei w surplus in the treas resist to n remarkable degree This 0 ernment with a find to be the simplest easiest cheap That was the trutn Hrn AJ Reed for his instructive ury and added est aud best method of preservation n the school laws as amended worw fnrilblv exnressed and now I can perul outlook for the cause of HARVEST EXCtJRSlOXS appeal to yon Just to look at what Con eajtun in our State gress Is about and see wueiuer or uui e recommend the passage of To Minnesota Dakota Jlontana w y the General Assembly of tblsristbelrutb at w ill reach patrons in the pub- succesfully enter- Â¬ For the Information of all iwrJIes de The thief ho had o ai e able but refuse to sup- stores here aud gotten off with siring to take a trip through Northern ed four e esry books for thew children money drawers and Minnesota Dakota or Montana fur e citizens of Richmond for the the contents of the i l sJ things turns out to be a lit- Â¬ the purpose of looking over the country some other i lUity extended to us and for es r ihei w ise manifested in the work tle negro boy named Jim Farris from or with the Idea of selecting a new a copy of these resolutions and Lancaster who has been working here home within the boundaries of the rM The grandest wheat belt In the world and S f the Institute be furnished and who Is but 14- - years of age kf J -- ir jl i papers for publication pass a counterfeit dollar in n agricultural country suitable ibr ir n ute closed with music and bene attempt to Lancaster that lie got out of some of diversified farming dairy and stock - All teachers were requested to re-lead to his capture on purposes the St Paul Minneapolis n urn after the certificales of attend- - the drawers Information of Mr Peter Hampton Manitoba Ity will put In eflect a rate ffir ere utnbuted by the Secretaries-to When arrested he bad MoRoberts aud for the round trip from St Paul be - r2 te Institute the teachers have watch aud some of the cents points on Us line cheaper than ever Staggs 3 fl- attendance and great interest ana wet he got from them He confessed fore Aug 21st Sept ntu sold from t7i Earn felted The county indsdes that burglaries and denied that lie 9th and 23d tickets will be l Jibtricts two of which have to the Waiving an ex all points south and east of St Paul accomplice in one teacher Serea two and had an For maps and Information apply to j he was held to Circuit i i iree The teachers in attend- - atnluatiou your home ticket agent to any agent Stanford Journal rllows Moay S3 Tuesday Court Bell of the company or fc nevdaT 67 Thursday 67 Friday 65 Some time ago the shcrifi of F I Whitney New in wdl teach in other counties county Texas wrolo to Sheriff Oenl Pus and Tkt Agt a mn there Motors during the Institute land lhat be could spot El Paul Minn v jj A for murder ure Tr Hamiltoe Df Iea4eoB wt wP want I talk from Prof Elliott and he best method of teaching oral and written Spelling e LvnJuct classes in Spelling n uiscussed was Reading its t and what it includes j - i me for the day having been ut meeting adjourned vc old wife bv nuttinir watermelon nreenin In Uor tue The Lee Mouument Association at Richmond Va has accepted Merciers model of the equestrian Btatue of the glorious Robert E Lee CONCERNING tc 1 i Â¬ 1 Â¬ i i The Democratic party of the United States in National Convention as emtIeil renews the pledge of its fidelity to Democratic faith reaffirms the platform adopted by Its representatives In the convention ol 1881 and Indorses the views expressed by Presi- Â¬ dent Cle eland in his lost earnest message to Congress as the correct interpretation of that platform 011 the question of tariff reduction and also indorses the efforts of our Democrat Â¬ ic representatives in Congress to secure a reduction of excessive tnxalion Chief among Its principles of party faith are the mainte Â¬ nance of an Indissoluble union ot free and indistructlble States now about to cuter upon its second century of unexampled progress and renown devotion to a plan of government strictly Fpecifylng every grantÂ¬ ed power and expressly resertlng to the Slates or people the cutlro ungrauted resldne of power the encouragement of a zealous popular vigilance directed to all who have been chosen for brief terms to enact and execute the laws and aro charged with pre Â¬ serving peace insuring equality and estab llshliiK justice The Democratic party welcomes an exact- Â¬ ing scrutiny of the administration of the executive power which four jenrs ago was committed to its trust in the election of Urover Cleveland Pieoldcnt of the United SUteK and It challenges the most searching inquiry concerning lis fidelity and devotion to the pledges which then invited the suf frages of the people During a most critical period of our finan cial affairs resulting from over taxation the 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 ly promoted the prosperity of the people It lias rev en ed the Improvident and unwise policy of the Republican party touching the public domain and has reclaimed from corporations and sj ndlcatcs alien and domestic and restored to the people nearly 100000000 acres of land to be sacredly held as home steads for our citizens While carefully guarding the interest aud the principles of justice and equity it lias paid out more for Iensions and bounties to the soldiers nod and sailors of the Republic than ever paid before duilng an equal period It has adopt ed and constantly pursued a Arm and pru Â¬ dent foreign policy ulth all nutlons while scrupulously maintaining all the rlghUand interests of our own Government and people at home and abroad The exclusion from our shores of Chinese laborers has been effectually secured under the prov islons of a treaty the operation of which has been postponed by an astiou of a Republican majority In the Senate in every branch of the department of the Government under Democratic control the rights ami the welfare of all the people have guarded aud 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 tained Upon Its record thus exhibited and upon a pledge of a continuance to the people of the benefit of It Democracy invokes a renewal of popular trust by the re oltcllonof aClilet Magistrate who has been faithful able and prudent To invoko In addition to that trust by the transfer also to the Democracy of the entire legislative power The Republican party coutrollug the Senate aud resisting In both Houses of Con- Â¬ gress a reformation of unjust and unequal tax laws which have outlasted the necessi ties of war and are now undermining the abundance of a long peace deny to the people equality before the law and the fairness and justice which are their right Tiieu the cry of American labor for a better sharejn the rewards of Industry Is Milled with fslse pretenses enterprise Is fettering and bound down to home markets capital is discouraged with doubt Jand unequal aud unjust laws can neither beproperly ameuded nor repealed The Democratic party will continue with all the po we confided to It the struggle to reform these laws in accordance with the pledges of the last platform Indorsed at the ballot box by ths suffrage of the people Of all the Industrious freemen of our land the Immense majority Including every tiller of the soil gain no advantage from exces Â¬ sive laws but the price of nearly everything they boy is Increased by the favoritism of an unequal system of tax legislation All unnecessary taxation Is unjust taxa- Â¬ tion It Is repugnant to the creed of Demo- Â¬ cracy that by such taxation the cost of I ho necessaries of life should be unjustifiably increased to all our people Judged by Dem- Â¬ ocratic principles the Interests of the people are belraj ed when by unnecessary taxation trusts aud combinations are permitted to exist which while unduly enriching the few that combine rob the body of citizens by depriving them or the benefits of natural competition Every Democrat true to gov- Â¬ ernmental action is violated when through unnecessary taxation avast sum of money far be ond the economical administration is drawn from the people and the channels of trade aud accumulated as a demoralizing surplus In the National treasury The money now lying idle in the Federal treasury resulting from superfluous taxationaraount to more thou 125oooooo and the surplus collected is reaching the sum of more than Go 111 in 00 Sense BURGLARS ad In tho treatment of slight aliments would save a vast amount ef sickness and misery One of Ayers Pills taken after dinner will assist Digestion taken at night will relievo Constipation taken at any time will correct irregu- Â¬ larities ot the Stomach and Bowels stimulate the Liver and euro Sick Headache Ayers Pills as all know who use them are a miia cathartic pleasant to take and always prompt and satisfactory ia their results I can recommend AyersJPills above all others having long proved their value as a for myself and family Ji T Hess Leithsville Pa Ayers Pills have been in use in my family upwards of twenty years anil have completely verified all that is claimed for them Thomas F Adams San Diego Texas I have usod Ayers Pills In my fami Â¬ ly for seven or eight years Whenever I linvo an attack of headache to w Inch I am v ery subject I take a dose of Aj ers Pills and am always promptly rehev ed I find them equally beneficial in colds and in my family they are used for bilious complaints and other disturb- Â¬ ances with such good effect tjiiat wo rare- Â¬ ly if ever have to call a physician II VoulHeme Hotel VoullTerue Sara toga springs jn x mm t JiLL CHAS S POWBLL SHACKELFORD 3EtIOIOC3VIC3M2D GEMTRY H3L3E32Sra7D0a3L3r CO I SMITH k POWELL in snrsuifAi MCI A Guard against burglars and fire by pur- Â¬ chasing a burglar proof and fire proof -- Fire llUuv Cathartic Every merchant every farmer 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 trom all harm at small cxpene We repreent ten of the aboag est Fikb Insurance Companiss in the world We represent Mm Company that lias the targeat capital in the world the Company that hag tlie largest paid up capital in the world the Company that THE CARY SAFE CO has tlie largest assets in the world 51 West Eagle St Buffalo X Y fiOne of the Carey safes can be IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY the only Company in the worhlÂ¬ that pays its losses without dis seen at Tub Climax office 51 25 AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN count and does not make yott agree in its policy to wait sixty IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 days after a fire to get your mottey 1 All Companies charge the wm YEARS OR M0R IN THIS TOWN rate then To send us 40 cents for one of our Why not Insure in the Best A H The Largest Hardware Iron aud Agricul- Â¬ tural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Richmond i 3I1 We W mi You a Ayers Pills J feW 6 in FARM WBE Light Handy and Strong will Outvrear ami Out- Â¬ last two Ordinary V reoiheg This set cotmnfa of a Rosewood ITaodle and four interebaavabld blade - screw drivers anl 2 cfaiseh hung same all rwickvd ina noat xstxxi box This toofla constantly twcful erofrwhere around tho house at the oflkv in the shop on CO thefami Seut free on receipt of all We keep constantly on ham a large stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE of as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE RIAL Also a LAKUK and rULL liml ot all goods in other lines that we Special attention given to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts handle c for Tobacco Barns We are the agents for the most celebrated kinUs Dr 43 rnErATED ST C Ayer Co Lowell Mass Sold by all Dealers In Medicine Farming Implements and Machinery We call attention to a few that we keep and are agents for Tlve Walter A Woods Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers The Bucke e Twine Binders Reapers and Mowers The Celebrated Oliver Chilled Plows over 1500 of them having been seW by w They have no equal None better Meikel Steel Pious and Double Shovels James H Halls Steel Hill Side and Turning Plows The Celebrated Browns Walking and Riding Cultivators The Celebrated Big Injun Sulky Plow only has to be seen to knew best in the market Tlve Keystone Disk Harrow that is pronounced the best in use Insure your hotise and eotttanto and sleep soundly it will he too late after you are burned ewt Our Companies haye over 40 000000 capital and over 1M 000000 assets via Liverpool London Globe Commercial Unfetl Â¬ Eiisicir Household S D YOU WAIST As Set Actol4m9f4fa3 u K w K Guardian Home Lancashire Qjieen 3oyt3H sMtig ikprnmiT ood ritU will iere ad 4 i tbe M4S3 73693 53MH 210173 ztntdfisr hly and and ners lave BUY CHEAP Patent Mushy for them If lie has not pot tho n he will gft them foryouorwe ill ml t ititr on rrceipt of price es above Seful thimp for our iliwttrattd catalogue Ask Your Local Dealer ELTEICH CO 51 24 Hartford German FiremansFund National Total np- - K 21814915 119121514 ear inK Â¬ that k is the apriS ora uar hop o a Twrm X MABE2 OF Benzme PlantsUHs Conn Mill MASiPmonsLexMicweEtd 1840 the U S The Original Wins C r Simmons St Louis Tropr in tourt DKrtATS J II Znhn Propr A Q Simmons Liv- Â¬ er Uesulator EitU by Znlm ig8 M A S L M has for 47 years cured Indigestion Rilioisness IJVSPKPSIAICK HADACHELObT Â¬ Barf A1SJ0 OTIIEXt- Crr Appetite Soi k bTOMACH Ktc Kcv T B Ke uns Pastor M K Church Adams lean writes U1111K 1 I The Only Reliable Corn Planter Vandiver Rotary Ask aK wfco have used At least 100 of them in use in the county them The Evans Corn Drill the only one that has proved a perfect succor Have sold them for years The Celebrated Bell City Feed Cutter both for power and hatd None equal to it Also a full line of other kinds of Feed Cutters The Celebrated Old Hickory Farm Wagon We ha e also taken tlie agency for the Croker FertiKaer and Chemical Cos Fertilizer that is pronounced tlve best in the United States Try it on corn tobacco potatoes and wheat in fact an thing that grows Â¬ ADRUFF kb tolle K Qsip iDvuiJif Which cost to produce from 3Q TO lWrs 40C PER GLLON Â¬ I received a package of your Liver Medicine and have used half of it It v orfcs like a charm I want no better Liver Regulator and cer Â¬ tainly no more of Zcilins mixture should Have been dead but tor your Genuine M A Simmons Liver Medicine I have sometimes had to substitute Zeillns stuff for vonr VjH aati D1 it dont answer tho Dr 1 It Graves Tlitnr Tkt Battut McmDhisTenn savs Â¬ hell and who buys them keep a lWt of all Fanning Implements that and any one that wants to satisfy himself as regards satifefectMm that tney give can ask parties using them 8Wc We are determined to keep goods for all WtllMMJEIliB The manufacturers of same di rect 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 cover 49 40 The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairy -The Farmer can rind all he wants under our roof Machinery Trace chains DEALER IN- c Hames Hay forks Shovels Watcbee Clocks Jewelry Silver awl The Carpenter and Builder can find all he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the only complete stock of Iron iluted ware Me Special atteatkm given to Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the town We of course cant enumerate all the goods we handle but ak all te come and DIAMONDS sec for themselves the stock of goodt we keep in our 127 foot store house They will SEWING find THPEE floors full of useful goods AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONBS RSFAIRIETG- - WILLGIKGS MIXED PAINTS OVER 100 Different SiMes I3V a We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only employ the Promptly done and in a wotkmanMin Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic himself will most competent workmen Bauuer give special attention to all work done in that line ROOFING GUTTERING RE- Â¬ PAIRING C as he has done in the past Our long experience in our business enables us to be well up in it in the way of Cash Paid for Old GoM and Silver markets and buying our goodt strictly for cash enables us to buy at the bottom price Dont forget that Ou can always find the S3 Dont forget tlie phtee and that benefit we give to our customer 4of to tlie Post oiUee Itiebmoml Ky lowest prices and the bctt goods at the old reliable house of ast MM Tho Popular Line LAFAYETTE llllllHIIW M M 11 IIBII imHILJII IIMfclJ fcctv Cincinnati Indianapolis end eta If SHACKELFORD GENTRY mch2i tf CO- - jan 4 tf PATENTS 3 Patent Caveats ami Trade Marks procure Rejected xpplteatio3 ReÂ¬ vived and Prosecuted All bwoinoeo before tlie U S Patent Office promptÂ¬ ly attended to for moderate tees ami ao charge made unless Patent is secured Send tor Inventors Guide FRANKLIN H HOUGH may 9 tf Washington D C AND COLORS Pullman Sleorjlnir Car3 and Elasran t Tto clininc Chair Cars on Right Trains aiaErnincontFarlcr Cars on Day Trains CHICAO A The Eatire Trtiaj ECS TEECES3 TVUkMt Chirrs O WW D 4Sooooooo annually -- w n- i Debauehed by Uils Immense temptation the remedy of the Republican party is to meet and exhaust by extravagant appropil atlons aud expenses whether constitutional or not the accumulation of extravagant taxation The Democratic policy is to en- Â¬ force frugality In public expenses by abol- Â¬ ishing unnecessary taxation Our establish- Â¬ ing do nestlc Industries and enterprises should not and need not be endangered by the reduction correction of the burden of taxation On the contrary a fair and care- Â¬ ful revision of the tax laws with due allow Â¬ ance for the difTerance between the wages of American and foreign labor must promote end encourage every branch of such Indus Â¬ 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 In no event be neglected the revision of our tax laws contemplated by tho Democratic party should promote I lie advantage of such labor by cheapening the cost of the necessaries of life In the home of every working man aud at the same time securing to him steady and remunerative employment UiHin the question of tariff reform so closely concerning every phase ot our national life and on every question involved in tho problem of wood government the Democrat Â¬ ic iwrty submits its principles and profes sions to the Intelligent suffrage of tho Ameri can people Â¬ BETWEEN Are guaranteed to bo made of Louis Cincinnati and St Ety yr Pure Linseed Oil White Lead C Balirs St L Tia tiis C aud mlaU Una Zinc and other purest and best Pullman BnfTet Sleeping- Cars IMlmanRccl nln Curs materials They contain no water Chair CoachesNew First Class Coache-nm betond through and Baggage Cars all Class Without change between Cincinnati and btLous benzine barytus or other cheap Cor Elegant Reclining ChcJr Cars materials will cover 300 square BETWEttJI feet two coals manufactured and Ciiicinnati and Peoria VIA THE put up only by Geo M Willging C I St 1 1 C snd T It Short Llae Richmond Ky Price Wholesale Commodious Roclining Chair Cars BETWBEK or Eetail Bimpol i3lFeeHiilsi5dlhkka JLrJa BfaJl AT McKEES OLD STAND ier-- u First and Main Streets - Richmond Ky ill VT Active Men to Reliable andtloow dnriuic the travel for an MheU months Those who ean furnish a boo aaat Money advanced give security preferred monthly o pay expense A great ebaaee Mate agf bnaiuea for tho xight men save time better experience and to eal names and address of reference No atten Â¬ tion paid to poetal cards Never mind uoat sending ftamp for reply Addrena BUSI- Â¬ it- NESS Box 11 Richmond Va WAITED to Msio- - von Aeea 125 Per Gallon for all ordinary shades or colors Will make any shade or color to order 10 W It Bds and T P At St Locls end JVorla close ami iia tnedlate connections are made vrlth all LIeh to and Southnett and flora the IHorthirest Turtili TkttU tad Eaaga CbwU to ill TrlMiaal Msti Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St I-C Ityalsovia this lice stall Coupon Tick t Offices throughout the country t Chicago C I St Via SHELDON f PEERLESS LEADS THE ffOELD 3500 in GoM for General Superiority atfCta-- aad I ti onBati lmlustnil upoMtioa rt test fall trial ina isx aner t GEHTS FUBIIoHUG GOODS TRUHKS VALISES JOHN ECANGenlPas3andTktAgect vC3r J3sH H II WILLGING THE CINCINNATI a Decorator in Paint and Paper Main St Richmond Ky mar7 tf Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats c Peerless Engines Engines Geiscr BSf WAY Hi To get a Flxst ClasiWatcu Is In our Co Onerative Clalo Fine Carriages VIEWIXU THE PROMISED LAXD IiftA v Squatters on the Gronnd Awaiting tho Opening of an Indian Reservation A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men FfiiGZS LOWEST men ilfttlQR fei a Week for lean men for tall men for short Clothes for all kinds of men Thousands of the best 3800 ttnc CASH V US S P H 3rt Handkerchiefs Hosiery Traction and Portable aad Creaawj Stam GB Vtom Tie Thresher and Cleaser Domestic tan Feed Pat Sags Saw Guide f 4 Patent Variable Trie aet ncrcaaixi JrH3SawBaftL market Saw litest ImproTed and cheapestthe MB on tha Send for catalogue to Â¬ I 1 Â¬ -- -- wr Gubat Falls Most News of be opeuitig of the Black Feet Reservation is awHiled impatiently here and throughout Northern Montana A lorge number of poisons have gone to the reservation to locale ranches mines mid town sites The deslrubie valleys are fairly covered with teuts tho great- Â¬ est rush apparently being to the Big Sandy the famous hay grounds Sold iere as well as civilians are on the grouuds and when news comes that the bill is signed tiiere is likely to bo a rush Bullhock Valley beyond Fort Asfeiniboine Is all staked off and the tents of the squatter may bj seen al along the valley of the Milk River There Is a sliver lode iu the Bear 1aw Mountains that was located several years ao It Is understood that several putties are on hand watching to locate this mine as well as to prospect for others Cuicigo Tribune Ed The President has now signed the Bill throwing open for settlement the Indian Reservation in ijoutanaj Iflaiayif - KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS JOHN DONELSON Propmctor apr4 tf Cheapest 2Zast Convenient ThisiJtHc end only co operative System of telling watches The watches ue American Lecr fctcm Winders containing every cfstntlal to accuracy aatl dura bility ana have ia addition numerous patented improvements found ia no other watch They are absolutely the only Dust and Uamiprotf Mov- Â¬ ements mads In the World and aro jeweled Tha throughout with OMSVIXJ2 IZUBZEX Patent Stem Ttnd and Set is the strongest and Eixaplost made Ttteu are fuliit equal foe ap Â¬ pearance aeeuraey durability and service to any S TTalch Onr co operative Clnb System brings them within the reach of every one Â¬ SoldtVatcli ever made aro sell- Â¬ ing in our Co opcrativo Clubs 1 lift H KISIalaEY Contractor and Builder Is prepared with an experienced set of hands to do all kinds of house building and repairing Give him a call mai7 tf Palf mm 1 TKEKEYSTOIMg Call aud see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro- Â¬ fusion Prices to meet the demands of the times apr 18 tf GEISER MAMJFACTURIXa WaTSSSSOK CO nAKXEI Ca PJL We want agenta and Ute t rr arK ndeace apr2 6m s YSVJmmSl y HAVE mim eiue Chestnut tMO go if P OBQX928 IfaUaFa4 TTorefcrtoanjCom l AGENTS aerem Ateaer tWAfiTta Olcbs Constantly- - ForminS Join How end Save Money LARGE St 11 iimnn aaSssns HE 13 Mouldings IVSAOICIIAC Summer Tours DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND Low Rates Palace Steamers Pear Trips Pr Wnk Etlnwu gtiafa70nVlinrl Hons Uueu O Brery Weric Say Btwem P a il7P giiH Wt mch WANT ACCNTS firo ACCNCICS IN EVERY ClTV 9tter CVCRYWHCRE ii nn niVO celkbuatkh female row IIH MA 0JMJiitJidlwajeeretuaI Vi womea American tMlAT by M Goantstwd nperior to aU ether reese by malL medhx or cadi refunded ami Bootnn SI- - rartlo llw nJanto Dr Va V Twsnont bfc Ufa of HENRY WARD BEECHERiSLl IT UtastrajMl KMBtr Ms Hf mat nn wa to dtat MyDOO Boors Sash Blinds Brackets Shingles Laths Lime Cement Hair migrstf at i rarioN book co 11 Jlrooklyn fetation IV apJ2 fn Bra Wonders exist In thousands of forim bat are surnasxeti by the marvels ot Inventlou Those who Hre in neet or profitable work that can be done while living at home sHduhl at wiul their address to llallatt Ca Port- onci laud Maine and receive tree lulUatorma- inn how either iu x of 11 nam ean corn day aud aputtntx wherever from j toii op arc nfRxtei free Capital not Hit live nave rimieu Hume work rhtule afit JSG Inla alusJcduy alt uls AUwtWd RongK and Brassed Lumber JL9 JqL JjA X JbJKs DETROIT AND Speeia Main Street below ir 2nd Presbyterian Church Eiehmond Ky CLEVELAND 3rfaz Jul indAosut OUB ILLOSTRATED PAMPHLETS Site lad axaenfcn Ttokota t b roralaawl byTOrTiktJjatorklrM SaT Trips Hjaaii H B WHITCOM8 Delrsit Gbm Pm Aomt Clefttad S1f Mt4gaHcfl Co DETROIT MICH -- BOV3B Ijfi zKSelZmJ aa-j-j - Ci sjgpvSWJ5PWPBPS Vmrfvt fusssjv i - iSTrSJ v 5rv S - THE CLIMAX riBLZSHED EVERY WEDNESDAY Climax Feinting Co FRENCH TIPTON Wji G WHITE Editors- PRICK PER YEAR 150 5 1BS8 Enraged farmer to a pig iron You have been Congressman making laws against me for twenty yetirs This fall Im going to see about law making myself You have taxed me poor and the trusts and monopolists rich Now take the war tax off me or take the Give us the Mills conseqnence Bill which protects honest labor and admits raw material free 1 WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER Chairman we want Hot only the home market but all the markets of the world for the varied Mr Democratic Ticket FOR PRESIDENT GROVER CLEVELAND OF JCEV YOKK IfR VIOE rRBSIDBNT ALLAN G THURMAN OF OHIO FOR CONGRESS JAMES B McCKEARY OF MADISON What the farmer needs most is a home market in which he can purchase hie supplies as cheaply hie oeaipotilors Speaker Car- TAWFF 5 This is Allen G Tlmrmans definition of it The tariff is itotbiiig but a tax imposed by the General Government upon goods wares and manufactures imported into the United States for sale the effect of which is to raise the price of everything upon which it is put AT THE CAPITAL and not only to raise the price of I Correspond esce CL1V ax m articles upon which it is put Washington V C Sept 1 1SSS hat to raise the price of similar articles that are manufactured in Although the summer has passed and the 1st of September is here fclill this oettntrv there Is no prospect of au early adjournCOXGRRSSIuXAL CANDIDATES Â¬ products of this great country Applause We want to send our agricultural productsj oilf cot- Â¬ ton and our broadstufTs and our provisions to the naked and hun gry manufacturing peoples of Jwirope and our manufactured proJucts to the agricultural people of South America Mexico and Asia We can do this when we determine to trade with other peo ple upon fair terms but we can not do it so long as we protect England and other manufacturing countries in the greot markets of the world upon the pretense of protecting ourselves in our own Lot us diminish the cost of production in our agricultural and manufacturing industries not by diminishing the wages of labor but by reducing taxation upon the necessaries of life and upon the materials which constitute the basis of our finished prodncts and by removing as far as we can the restrictions which embarrass our people in their efforts to exchange the fruits of their own toil which thej do not need for the commod ities of other countries which they do need Great applause loud and prolonged Speaker Carlisle Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Democratic candidates for Con gress in Kentucky First District W J Stone of Lvoh county Second W T Ellis or Daviess ceunty Third T U Goodnight of Simpson county Fourth A B Montgomery of Ilaniin cohhIj- - or J W S Clem ewls of Washington county Con vention yet to be held Fifth AJherG Caruth of Jef feraoH county Sixth John G Carlisle of Kenton eonnty Seventh W C P Breckinridge of FareUe count v Kiebth J B McCreary of XiKfeon county Ninth Thomas H Paynter of trreennp connty Tenth B F Day ef Montgom ery count v Eleventh Frank Wolford of fioatr eountv Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- TMBSE AHE NOT PROTECTED A List ef ef the Orcopatiens of the People Unprotected by the Present Tariff All employees of railroad com- - Artiste Auctioneers linkers Barbers and hairdressers Boarding bouse keepers Bookkeepers in stores Blacksmiths Briek and stone masons Bridge builders Butchers Carmakers Carpenters and joiners Civil Engineers Clergymen Clerks and copyists Clerks in express offices G4orks in liotels Clerks in railroad offices Clerks in stores Commercial travelers Coopers Dealers in hooks and stationary Dealers in boot and shoes Dealers in dry goods Dealers in groceries Dealer in hides Dealers in iron tin and hardware-Dealers clocks in jewelry watches and Dealers in lumber and marble Dealers in newspapers Dealers in paints and oils Dealers in jwiper Dealers in provisions Dealers in real estate Dealers in tobacco Dentists Dealers in wood and coal Demestie servants Draymen and teamsters Druggists Employees of hotels Engineers and firomon Editors Farmers jaemakers Hostlers ITotolkeepars HoncsebuHders Insurance agents Journalists Laborers Laundresses Lawyers ment of Congress In fact there is go much unfinished work of au import- Â¬ ant nature to be done that several weeks must elapse before it will be possible to seriously consider the ques Â¬ tion of adjournment On Thursday Iist au eflort was made in the Semite to secure a recess cf two weeks but the proposition was voted down The re eras was asked by the Republican Sena tore in order to secure time to devote to the preparation of tbe tariff bill As neither House can adjourn for more than three days at a time with- Â¬ out the assent and joint action of the other the Republican majority in the Senate could not carry out their plan without the co operation of the Democrats The rejection of the Fishery treaty by the Senate and the subsequent message from President Cleveland upon the subject have been general themes of discussion during the past few days ami there are numerous and widely differing views expressed upon the sub ject On Tuesday last Washington and vaciuity were visited by one of the most severe storms that has been experienc- Â¬ ed in this locality in many years Fortunately the main track of the tor nado was a short distance outside of the city or otherwise a vast amount of damage would have been done Many arm buildings and fences were de Â¬ stroyed within the radius of a few miles Ironi the oily limits The tower of the handsome Church of the Covenant Hpou the corner of seventeenth and N streets fell early on Wednesday morn iug carrying with it the entire front wail of the church and transforming in a moment one of the grandest speci Â¬ mens of architectural skill into a mass ef stone and broken limbers This church which has been under construction during the past two years was expected to compare favorably when flushed with any church edifice in the United States The finishing touches were being put upon the tower and it was expected that the work would be oumpteled before Sept 1st Fortunate Â¬ ly the tower fell at an early hour in the morning before the workmen hnd commenced their days work and thu a serious loss of life was avoided The general opinion seems to be that the storm of Tuesday had the efk ct of weakening tbe tower and that its fall was due to this cause A committee composed of architects and builders has been apHinted by the Commlt-sinn-erand this committee is at p recent engaged in making a thorough investigation with the view of ascertaining as far as osbble the direct cause of the accident Washington is at present f uflering from the depredation of au evidently well organized band of sneak thieves who have become a terror to the householders of the city Petty robberies are reported dallj and as yet the per lelrators have eluded the vigilance of the officers The robberies are ail con- Â¬ ducted in accordance with a general plan which would indicate that they were planned and executed by a single gang Many of the houses in the West End which have been either locked up or left in charge of watchmen during the summer have been gutted of even tbe plumbing and gas fixtures The thieves have however by 110 means beeu content with confining their ope Â¬ rations to unoccupied buildings and the householders are in constant fear that they may at any time encounter a sneak thelf prowling about the house It is lime for the Washington detec- Â¬ tive force to take some decisive Heps toward stopping the further depreda tiouB of thec fellows II Â¬ s Â¬ varied ways of transportation represent investments of thousauds of million of dollars of American money and give employment to two millions of men who would go straightway to ruin If anything like the Mills bill should be- Â¬ come the law of the land Mr Blaine does not tell Us why all this would happen He does not deal with reasons He is not one of those philosophers who are happy because they know the causes of things It is his part to assert and reiterate on the broad gauge plan taking it for granted that every one will believe what he says because he says it with suoli a magnificent air Now let us see about these 2000000 men more or less who represent these unnamed millions of dollars What would happen to them if Democratic tariff policy should become law For example take the longshoremen in New York Free raw materials would mean more in unloading steam- Â¬ ers Cheaper American manufactures consequent upon free raw materials would mean again more work in load- Â¬ ing outgoing vessels sailing to new markets Back ot tho longshoremen stand the cartmeu They loo would have work to do So would the rail- Â¬ roads aud canals that bring the products of the interior to seaboard In- Â¬ stead of starving for want of Work be- Â¬ cause cheap materials increased manu- Â¬ facture tlioje employed in all these afÂ¬ fairs would be better paid belter lodged and belter fed And so it would go on through the lists of American occupa- Â¬ tions dependent upon the intelligent utilization of the resources of our great country and the activities of our great people The theory that men engaged in transportation would suffer because there were more materials and manu Â¬ factures to be carried is one that no one post etsed of the insanity of audaci- Â¬ ty in a less degree than Blulue would dare to enunciate The sample paragraph of the wonderful article makes it safe to say that the production Is another of those astonishing blunders of this slapdash sham statesman who now seeks to im- Â¬ pose on the American people on behalf of his deputy as ho failed to impose upon them four years ago on his own behalf Â¬ Â¬ Bought 140 yearllug mules be- Â¬ lows fore returning home Sold on Aug 20 Co 167 cotton lo Leonard Gentry mules lor 20000 to be fed until Dec 2 5 ih next and on same day shipped to them at New Orleans 12G sugar mules sold to them for tbe sum of 23220 The two sales lo those parties amount to 43220 All or this stock was fed on my farms The sugar stock was 16 hands high and the cotton 16 hands 1 Inch A majority of people In examining the eyes ot a horse turn them to the light Very little can be told by such a view unless the eye is very defective First look at the eye in a stable not very light Then bring the horse nut doors and if the pupil of the eye is much contracted it indicates good eyesight If the pupil is nearly the same in dim and in bright light the eye is poor and the horse is likely to go blind The windows in a stable should be In the rear never in front They should be so arranged as to throw the light on the eye obliquely Horse- Â¬ man Having tried many of tho various modos of raising fodder corn or win- Â¬ ter feed of cattle I find I can got more days keep from a given spaco planted in the usual way than from the thick planting so strongly rodordmondod It was my practice for a long time to plant several acres each yoar thickly and I really did get a great deal of food and I thought I had struck it rich and I was a strong advocate of thick planting where tho growth was designed for fodder merely In 85 I had ten acros of foddor corn and in tho same field ton acres raised in Jthe way usual for crop Wo had only about half of this hill corn husked before winter sot in and the unhusked portion was loft standing in tho field in tho shock till midwinter Whon Jho feeding season camo on we as usual hauled tho foddor corn to tho barn passed it through the feed ut-tor fad It to the steers and they nto it nearly all and wo were satisfied I then told tho boys that we would Jlacklo tho hill corn wo did so drew it to the barn passed tho stalks cars and alL through tho cutter and fed it same as the fodder corn To our snrpriso and pleasure wo found that the stccra prcforred tho hill corn did better on it and each acre gavo more days keep than the thickly planted I now raiso all nvy corn in hills the usual way cut it up as soon a fairly glazed place in largo shocks lot it stand in the field till re- Â¬ quired draw it to tho barn pass it through the cutter carry to tho mangers in largo baskets give the stcors all they will cat thoy eat it nearly cloan tho pig3 and poul- Â¬ try take good care of tho wasto and droppings I plan so that tho corn will bo gone by the last of February I then feed hay with four quarts mill feed half cornmcal with two quarts bran each per day at night but I have to feed tho pigs and poultry The steers do well gain j ust about ono and nnc fourlh pounds each per day from December 1 until May 10 I then turn them to grass and sell them in July or August which experience says is as good a way as I can pursue An acre ot corn that will give as mine doos one hundred bushels good sound cars is in my opinion worth decidedly more than the produce of the same aero planted so thick as to yield only a number of bushols of nubbins Isaac Dudlong in N T Tribune The following twenty rulos aro solf cvidont to most tree planters who for want of attention broak somo of them and reminders aro therefore often useful 1 A valuable sort is worth more than merely a handsome tree 2 Good healthy bracing roots aro of more importance than a symmet- Â¬ rical top 3 Tho roots should bo long aud strong onougb and tho top made light enough to obviate any shaking 4 If tho foots of a tree are frozen and then thawed out of tho ground or in contact with the air the tree will bo killed 6 If frozen roots arc thawed in mellow earth tho troe may be made to live 6 Manure should novor bo placed in contact with the roats whon sotting out a tree but used for a mulch or top drossing 7 Treos should always bo sot about as deop as thoy stood in tho nursery or two or three inches deepor to allow for tho settling of the earth 8 Spread out the roots nearly equally on all sidos so as to brace the treo welL 9 Avoid particularly any small cavi Â¬ ty next tho roots but fill compactly against them on all sides with fine mellow earth 10 A small thrifty treo with copious roots whon sot out will bo a good bearing tree sooner than a largo one with mutilated roots roots Yesterday morning about half past ten oclock Tom Brown colored start ed to tnke a buggy drawn by Dr J T McMillans old family horse over home and when going down the hill iu front of the Bourbon House the horse took fright at something aud ran about fifty feet when the bnggy struck tbe end of a fence along the wall above tho narrow street which runs to the creek and threw Tom out his fore- Â¬ head striking the stones which crush- Â¬ ed the skull and killed him instantly Tom was a Very noted character of our city and will be missed on all public occasions he being our chief bell ringer and city crier He also officiated at many marriages in Judge Turueys office when colored couples got mar- Â¬ ried and offered prayers nfter the JUdge hail performed the ceremonies The lawyers will attend his funeral in a body to day Paris News ANNOUNCEMENTS FOB ASSESSOR- J the county subject to tho action J2- Democratic parly We are authorized to announce JOEL vmwrV n a r nndldnte for Asses sor of Madison county subject to Ihe action or me uemocrauc party We are authorized to announce A J WILLOUGHBY as a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic par Â¬ 3- ty We nre authorized to announce W HARVEY for Assessor of Madieon or CElMITOIIi ttlB UEXT SH88IOH WILIi OPElf EVERY DAY A BARGAIN DAY -- WsuNsihj Sept tZ 88 is t Tho FrkiAKATOKY DuiwironiNT under the supervision of the Faculty and no pains will be spared to make this AT Madison County School is We are authorized lo announce JOHN F WAGERS ft candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison couuty subject to the3action of the Democratic party 3- FOB JAILEIS W Van Wagoner over the Ocean Drive about ten and a half beating the previous seconds rode a bicycle Newport R I miles in 4115 record by Ave SAMUEL BIGGERSTAFF a candi- Â¬ date for Jailer of Madison county sub- Â¬ ject to the action of tne Democratic 3- party We are authorized to announce THOMAS S FERRELL as a candi- Â¬ date for Jailer of Madison county sub- Â¬ ject to the action of tho Democratic We are authorized to announce Louisville By Glover Tobacco Market on our market since January 1st amount to 57425 lihds JJTlie larger part of the offerings this week have been of Burley tobacco and the range of prices has now varied materially from ihe seriously damaged by the continued wet weater which certainly adds some to the strength of the burley position The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ resent our market on Burly tobacco Trash not colory aud tobacco dam aged by freezing 6 00 to 850 Colory Trash 850 to 1400 Common Lugs not colory 000 to 1400 Colory Lugs 14 00 to 1700 Common Leaf 1400 to 1700 Meaium to goodIeaf 1700 to 2300 23 00 to Select or wrappery leaf 2650 lihds 4- Durrett Loniwille Tobacco party Ware Hoube We are authorized to announce Sales on our market for the past JOHN HILL as a candidate for Jailer closed amount to I5C0 lihds of Madison county subject to the ac Â¬ week with receipts for the same period 625 4- of tho Democratic party jut eales tion FOK COUNT SUPEBINTKN DENT We are authorized to announce J B HARRIS a candidate for County Su- Â¬ perintendent of Public Schools subject to the action of the Democratic party 8- - Â¬ EXECUTORS SALE OF lo all that can be desired Our aim prepare boys for College and at the time give a 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 anu uivu cngiueenus Attention is called to the following communication from one of our pa trons a prominent citizen o wu wu rauuity Mr Burnam states clearly the method pursued and the character of work done in this department of the University Richmond KyJune iSthiSSS Dr L H BLANTON Chancellor of Central University My Dear EeclorLat fall I rtnrtfA rrwr ntrtpst- ton fthen in his twelfth wwiOMU J some misgivings as to ihc year with xjcxi 1 dom ot the step 10 tne rreparaiory and during the ment of your college second year which has just closed my special and critical attention has been constantly directed to tlie conduct of that de- Â¬ partment and I wish to bear voluntary testimony that lie 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 logic tlly and remember Observation has impressed me with the conviction that few persons or even professional in- Â¬ structors have the aptitude to impress Â¬ H 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 ARGAXN DAY AND CUT PEICES ALL TO PUCES Land Stock and LIVE STOCK MARKET ByLOPEKtCATEBA EEPOET CO and I earnestly hope that their services u Crop may Desecurea premanenuy thatmc juuiig the hlffh hAv rtf thtc rnmmnnitv nnrl now obtains in grade of proficiency that tills uepannieiii iui uuiiuuuc As Executor of Win Shearer deed 1 am very truiy yours I will on the premises 1 miles south of A R BURNAM Kirksville Madison county Ky on to For further information aud Wednesday Sept 12th 1888 Catalogue apply to You have been minds of young boys fortunate in securing instructors for this nqrtmnt trtin an friftwt in- tills rCSfieCt waw UVI llllblll a We have more goods than we want they must move and to make them move we will make prices that will be astonishing Dont delay first come first served first come get the pick of whatever is in our mammoth stock L H BLANTON Ltvo Stock Coramissfon Meroliauta at Cluciu nati Uulou Stoclc Yfihts and Covlugtou Stock Yards sell to the highest bidder the Farnij Stock 5 Cikcixnati Ohio Sept 3 18S8 TUK HOT SPRINGS DISASTER On last Friday night Hot Springs Arkansas was greatly damaged aud a number of lives were lost It was a waterspout aud the valley was swept Willi a mighty tidal wave The loss to properly is fearful while the sacri- Â¬ fice of human life is under the circum- Â¬ stances appalling Swift and terrible was the visitation Without warning people were wakened from slumber to find themselves threatened with de struction by mad waves Strange to relate few people were conscious of the horrible disaster ill they awoke to look upon tile desolate scenes this morning aud drag the drowned from drifts The storm struck the town about 11 oclock without intermission or cessa- Â¬ tion Indeed those who were up and witnessed the awful scene describe it as one never before seen by them The vivid flashes of lightning displayed great sheets of falling water At the close of the storm great and ominous sounds mingled with shouts of people and cries of distress went up from the valley and such citizens as were in the vicinity of the creek and ravines went forth to render assistance The flood on Central avenue the principal thoroughfare appeared like an angry river whose rushiug tide swept every- Â¬ thing movable on its bosom For over half au hour tbe avenue was transform- Â¬ ed into a torrent flfly yards wide Barrels boxes and parts of houses came down on the tide and were left strewn on the sidewalks Several large hotels were flooded to the depth of four feet with murky waters Many build Â¬ ings were totally wrecked The dam Â¬ age to property is estimated atSlOO000 Thirteen people drowned The lost are mostly colored people Houses all along the central street are badly un dcrmiued and those damaged will have to be rebuilt Â¬ SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra 5 25 Fair to Good 5 00 Common and Rough 3 50 Good to Extra Oxen 4 25 Fair to Good Oxen 3 oo Common and Rough 2 00 BUTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra 4 25 Fair lo Good 3 50 Extra Fat Steers 3 75 Fair to Good Steers 3 25 Good to Extra Cows 3 25 Fair to Good Cows 2 75 42 5 50 5 25 4 50 4 00 2 75 50 4 25 4 25 4 Crop Farming Implements Household and Kitdhcn Furniture belonging to the estate of Wm Shearer as follows Four or five CoWs and Heifers pedi- Â¬ Cows and i Calf 8 Yearling Cat greed tic Yoke Oxen Mare and mule Colt 2 Mules 19 Hogs and Horses 2 Shoats 40 acres Corn in field Wheat Oats and Hay in stack Bacon Lard c garden and orchard Fruit Poultry Fanning Implements of all kinds House- Â¬ hold and Kitchen Furniture Piano in fact all the personal property This farm contains Chancellor Dry Goods the prices are S SfffiS of any description that away F asli XI N AT THE down MTinnm Ho IT lUbOJ T OF lULJLLlllg want Clothing of any Dont foiet if yu description that the prices are away down 3 75 and is one of the most desirable farms in 3 50 the county The land is all in a high 3 00 state of cultivation well watered with a Common Cows 2 ooa 2 so No 1 brick dwelling together with all nec1 Rough Cows and Oxen 1 00 s essary out buildings of every kind consistHULLS ing of a new tobacco barn a good stock barn ice house two tenant houses etc Best Shipping z 6j 3 00 A never failing well of water near the Best Bologna 2 25 2 50 dwelling This farm Is situated in a first 1 75 Fair BolognaJ 2 00 class neighborhood and is convenient to Fair to Good Feeders oo 2 2 15 turnpikes churches post office c and Common and Thin 1 1 25 75 within miles of Elliott Institute at FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Kirksville one of the best male and female Good Extra Steers 4 oo 4 35 schools in the State and the land is welt Fair to Good Steers 3 50 3 75 adapted to the arising of corn wheat Good to Extra Heifers 2 75 3 25 liemp and tobacco snd in tact will produce Common and Thin Stockers 2 25 2 50 any crop raised in this part of the country with no worn out land on it Possession COWS AND CALVES will be given of the farm on day of sale Best Grades 35 0040 00 or as soon as the terms arc complied with Good Fair to 20 00830 00 Any one wishing to look at this farm will Common 10 00 18 00 call on or address the undersigned execuBest Veal Calves 4 75 5 00 tor at Kirksville Ky or O T Wallace at Fair to Good 4 oo 4 50 Toint Leavell Garrard county Ky Common and Heavy v 2 50 3 50 Terms made known day of sale PersonSPRING LAMBS Sums of 10 and unalty will be sold Extra 6 75 der cash over 10 credit till January 1st 5 50 Common to Good 3 75 4 00 18S9 witn 6 per cent interest notes negotiable and payable in Madison National HOGS Select Butchers 6 50 6 65 Bank Richmond Ky 10 12 JAMES SHEARER Exr Fair to Good Packers 6 40 6 55 Good to Extra Lights 6 30 6 40 Light Pigs 5 go 6 25 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 214 -- 03ESE3S DYKES ON A full and complete stock of STAPLE AND FANCY J D and if you want scription that the prices are away prices are away down BootsBoots Shoes anyK and Shoes of de- Â¬ down North Second Street JbAoEtuS Dont forget it you want Hats of any description that tho GROCERIES Gcnfectionsrics7 down down down Oanncd Goods cen and H IFruiij Dried and plenty of every thing in my line This house is Strictly Dont forget if you want anything at ah that is usually kept in a first class store that I have it and at prices that arc J STRENG Stcrs Mammoth Louisville mn Â¬ The Miller 8bmm JS THE FIXXST AXIi BEST Beware of Fraud as my name and the price arc stamped on the bottom of all my advertised shoes before leaving the factory which protects the wearers against high prices and inferior goods If a d ler offers W L DOUGLAS shoes at a reduced price or says he has them without my name and price stamped on the bottom put him down as a fraud OAUTIOK Business ON A Strictly CASH Basis The hest goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOUSE LARGEST STOCK OF- - 3 CONCERNING FARMERS P i f of the Old World is estimated to be from 70000000 to 80000000 bushels The wheat demand A an4 tf JIAI CLOTHIHG Hats and Furnishing Goods BEAUTIFY TOUR LAWft J J Walker and Lick Hubble of Garrard bought a lot of aged nudes in Laurel county last week at 5C51I0 HL sold lo J M Stribling of Virginia ill I he hay yearling colt Dubuque for 55000 He is by Nutwood 218f out of Noro Wilkes by George Wilkes F D Stout of Dubuque la Watering iu dry weather crusts tho surface and does not reach tho 1L 12 Young trees should It stands at the head cf rlt itonl nrsami TJ ofc t ho aoslre to hare the bent onrnn rtwwld vqnalot ilmo jelres with the mnrM of onr ruiavntx C u t tare our word for what vr saybutow an I trtitom instruments If no dealer sells our Ofcaa In joui locality write to ft tory the BUY NOOTIIiart Address The heavy rainfall during the post few days has proven very damaging to the tobacco crop in Moutgomery aud Bath counties that in the low lands be Â¬ ing overflowed while on the hillsides it Is washed away The man that expects to raise a 5000 coll from an almost worthless mare will find it up hill work no matter how wellher breeding looks on paper Individual merit is one of the chief elements of success Horseman John S Robinson sold 250 shepp to Thomas Handy at S3 per head W 8 Brewer sold to Simon Weil 87 hogs at 640 per hundred and a load of butcher cattle strictly heifers at S525 D Terhune bought 17 mule colts at an average of 60 per head In Anderson Harrodaburg Democrat Livery stable keeDers Machine shop and round house men Milkmen Millers Musicians A CIlAKbATA IX COLD TYPE New York Star Every morning during the corn planting stasou lue farmers of Nebraska go out into a cornfield larger titan Ihe whole Stale of Now Jersey Every noon during harvest they go into dinner from a wlieatfield which contains 40000u acres more than the whole State of Delaware aud every night Mary calls the cattle home from a pasture larger than the Stale of Pennsylvania Â¬ Â¬ a grass lot or among any crops of sowed grain but tho wholo surface kopt clean and mellow 13 Shriveled trees boforo planting may bo made plump by covering for several days compactly with moist moliow earth 14 If newly set ones suffer from drought mulch tho ground about thorn and frequently sprinklo or shower tho stems and branches 15 Tho roots extend as far from U10 treo as its entire height clean and mellow cultivation should there- Â¬ fore cover a circlo twice as wido as its height 16 As a general rule cultivation should be continued for six eight or ten years from planting after which closely grazed or lawn mowed grass may be permitted with frequent top drossing 17 The amount of manuring or top dressing must vary with tho vigor of the trees young trees should grow two or throe feet yearly and bearing ones one foot or more 18 Keep an eyo to tho mature shape of the tree and timoly remove small needless crossing or crooked limbs This will obviate heavy prnning in 19 Pruning when dormant tends to impart vigor but if done when grow- Â¬ ing or in leaf it ohecks growth and therefore a feeble treo should never bo pruned after growth commences In tho spring But healthy strong growers may bo lightly pruned at cither season 2a Most of tho bad luck with young trcoa and orchards is the result of neglecting tho proceeding rulos not bo sot in CataloffvtcTrc JLEOANOrs 9 34 MIUER ORGAN CO Va W L DOUGLAS FOR GENTLEMEN J W Tatcntcd MKch 22 87 FOLDING LAWN SETTEE The only fine calf 3 Seamless Shoe in the world made without tacks or nails As stylish and durable as those costing 5 or 6 and having no tacks or nails to ivear the stocking or hurt the feet makes them as comfortable and well fitting as a hand sewed shoe Buy the best Residence Grounds genuine unless stamped on bottom None MW L Douglas 3 Shoe warranted Improved for W L DOUGLAS 4 SHOE the original and only hand sewed welt 4 shoe which Desiring to remove South I offer lor equals custom made shoes costing from 6 sale privately my house and grounds to 9 at Onion City Madison county Ky W L- - DOUGLAS SHOE is unex- Â¬ The house is a frame weatherboard celled for heavy wear250 ed plastered and papered with large W L DOUGLAS 2 SHOE is worn by windows weighted sa h Inside blinds stained glass in hall The house con nil Boj s and is the best school shoe in talus six rooms with hitticed verauda the world and good Kitchen All the above goods are made in Con Brick chimneys with grates A well of soft water 26 gress Button and Lace and if not sold feet deep at door Another everlast Â¬ by your dealer write W L DOUGLAS ing well in the yard and pond in lot Brockton Mass that never goes dry Buggy house good stables and other JACK FKEEMAN Agent Richmond Ky S 24 buildings Fine young orchard uud excelleut garden TO PHIS IS Sale 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 C Tho Peer of all La snt Seats Abovo cut represents onr patented Settee Tho only Settee ever made that will adjust itself to uneven ground Light durable handsome and strong Pointed bright red and ornamented Price Settees 91PO and a50 Chair 31 50 300 each Rocker Thoy all fold flat If yonr dealer dont keep them ask him to order for you from AXSBIOAK FOLDING CHAIE CO 1301 to 1323 N Main SL ST LOUIS Mo 41 15 othlngi rl atsFurnishing Goods and well than you ever got before for same money Owing to backward spring we have cluded to con- Â¬ CDT DOWI OUR STOCK which is larger than ever and in order to do so wo will almost sell them at Commercial College TMucToEi5f Occupies 3 Jnrxre Jlallm and 7 Jtoetnm after years LAI I will A FOR SEE Painters Paperhansers Photographers Phvsicians and surgeons Plasterers Porters and laborers Printers Quarrymen Restaurrnt keepers Salesmen and saleswomen Section men on railroads Sextoos btavemakors Stock raisers Teachers Telegraph employees Traders Undertakers Veterinary surgeons Weighers White washers TV loiisaie Keener oodcboppers Mr Blaine seems determined to es tabiieb beyond dispute his reputation as the most unreliable man on earth He Las written an article for the American Magazine which is heralded as u wonder of statesmanship and assi duity being the production of a mau who talks so much and yet has lime to write so well The walling world is favored with only one extraet from this miraculous deHverauco of the uncrowned king After being informed by the publishers uotfee that Mr Blaine has gone over the figures anil assertions of Cleveland and shown that the figures are incorrect and the calculations unwarranted aud falfe we are treated to a foretaste of all litis wisdom In mi assertion that Strangely enough the President neg Â¬ lect ber from design or oversight to uotfee what effect the serious reduc- Â¬ tion of the tariff would have on the 1810256 men employed in trunsporta- Hob vhc en tho railroads coastwise vessels river steamers and barges canal wagon and stage lines We are then Informed that these Â¬ Ihiuks there is a colt in Ihe Easl that can beat Proctor Knott and is willing lobaok his opinion I will back Knott to the extent of 6000 or 10000 and if that is not enough I know two or three olheis who will be more than willing to put up a like amount eaoh We aro not particular where the race is run be It at Monmouth Park or Sbeepshead Bay or as to what may be the distance or the condition of the traok The Boardof LIe Stock Commls stouers at Columbus have ordered sheriff MacKerley to establish quarantine on the farm of J J Aclior deceased in Union township on aocouut of disease among the horses supposed to be glan Â¬ ders Dr J C Myers a veterinary surgeon or Cincinnati made au examination of the liorbeti by older of the board While not being positive that the disease is glanders it was decided to quarantine them or ninety days and await developments Â¬ E J Baldwiu ssys If anybody Jno S Kid way of Columbia Tenn reports to Keutucktau Citizen ss fol with good pot and rail fence all round aud a beautili grove of locust trees an an acre in extent The grounds front three hundred fee t on the principle street of the vil lnge and my ofllce is lu a neat aud convenient drug storo Immediately on Ihe street I desire to sell my stock of drugs along with the property There Is room for a stock of fnucy grneeriee t hould the purchaser wish to add such goods to the stock Country Gentleman Union City is n nice orderly village on the Richmond and Jacksons Ferry The American and Southern Dental turnpike seven miles from Richmond Associations now iu session in Louls and six tram Kentucky River and lias Isviileaud representing every section two general stores post odce exprew facilities two blnoksmith shops with of the United States do not believe in wood shop one saddlers shop a school high protective tariff At yesterdays house Willi Masonic Lodge briek session a resolution was offered declar Â¬ church occupied by two denominations ut Union ing that tbe tariff on dental aud surgi Â¬ Several rotids centre medioine Oil v at Union I have practiced cal goods works a hardship upon the City for twenty years and know it to profession and the public and Con- Â¬ be one or the best country locations in gress is asked to abolish all duties upon Kentucky A reasonable price anil easy terms such Instruments The resolutions are uttered were received with cheers and unan- Â¬ I refer by permission to Drs Jen imously adopted and each delegate nlngsand loynlz aud Cashier J E National Bank Rich instructed to use his influenco with his Greenleaf Representative in Congress o have the mond on or address me at Ulnon City Cull goods named placed upon the free list Reepectfully 8-Da JOHN W HARRIS Courier Journal As Executor of James N Crutcher on LOCTIO OT Your Own Price COME AND SEE THE WGdnesdayepLSSS nfler for sale publicly on the premises miles from Richmond in Madison county Ky on the waters of Tnjlora Fork of Silver Creek one mile from the Barnes Mill turn pike suit purchasers The laud adjoins the lands of W T Tevls Colo Moores John McBrlde J W Embrv and others Terms liberal and made known on day of sale 10 12 of productive land with good dwelling houi e cistern at the dcor good barn lasting stock water line orchard sohool house churches mills and shoiw convenient Will sell as a whole or in parcels to 250 AOSIESJS Wrlttag Tclsrobr Best Business College in the World over IUlhcst Iloanr nnd Gold SleitalSystem all Colleges ttber Httftlng at Wort I Erf txtfrm for RlueatiOHo and Mnk airrl ivjwu pott year Nearly KK modems in attendance the trooi 30 State aod Foreign Coantrles 10000 1 Teachers employed Graduate in Buiinesi H3Dnslne4 Coare PenmatKblp nook keepinr couitswf Commercial nuslnecs Arithmetic Law MercbandUins Banklnz Joint Stock Man ttfaetnrtsg Lectures BoMneas Practice 3f ereaatne c Correspondence TCot of Full Bnsineis Coarse Including Tuition stationery and Board In a nice family atont 30 Sfcliort han1 TrpoTrillnsrnni Teleurarhr arc Special Â¬ special rooms ties t havealone or teachers andBmlm m aad can Coarse with the bj taken EwSpeclaI Department for Ladies Lady Principal BmnoTe t LEXINGTON KVteabe4aUfaland health- Â¬ ful city of 3Q0W Inhabitants and b accessible by ledtnr railroads WS Vacation Enter bow Graduates Guaranteed Kuceww- - For Circulars address 1VXIBUS SS1HTII Fres Lexington Ky limine Cheapest Short ba4 PtrBTHlNW o iLAHG EST STOCK FINEST GOOBS NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES ever named for same quality of goods at the oldest Clothing House in Richmond 918 MEAT CUTTER GkbhIW sad pro W L CRUTCHER Exr Jas N Crutcher ll Â¬ FOR RKKTT stairs dutiable for offices or bed roonn vppiy 10 u w WILLIS tf S MWKeXtaaeet for Huh Mtee Meat Merupplt Greipntta HmtiorjSlei 4c lc - DB lest aTrM Suct ErtpUionrraptttI3a AMERICAN MFG C0 Wuiligtaa Kit ltSaieljJito Are-a JB rauy2 tf STODPEBR - Fikst Street Canel Coal Real Estate Transfers King who lives about half Nannie Gentry to Peter Gentry 9S way JV nDAYSEPTBMBBR iS and between Drowning Creek and Itvlne acres 6oo Dunn to John D Goodloe immediately on the Richmond and James Gi Irvine turnpike was here on Monday and acres f i383f Wa B Cornell had a sample or superior quality or J iaC License carrel Heirs of Susan Cdrneltsoh to Jas B 1 1 j Majgie i oimer coal which he found near his home He KHioon 94 acres Goo Mgher on last Frr-- has discovered several large pieces some William H Bogie ylTjr Crctk wm c to dwen East Of them weighing ten pounds When the 4J acres 161 Uj y ia AiM hwciw iwujmn RNI B railroad reaches that point Samuel Black to Trustees School Dis Â¬ - v Morniban had a hand badlv Richmond tan have all the fine coal she trict No 44 acre 100 gjt j c j ai me muiihij hhh oaiuraajr Wants and King will be a millionaire Jno D Goodloe to Jno G Galloway 239 acres 4050 rrof J B Harris reports 95 pupils en Ctmrt Day c public scmkh uh Monday AGumc to Green Walker c Ja 2 E Bush auctioneer reports large acre 75 trowd With plenty of money and a gener- Â¬ G B Million to Wilson Newby5 acres About 250 common cat Â¬ v rain on rcwajr kfeeclxd the al good feeling Tz n 35- -- ioiloftlie pienic at BaWs near tle on the market 175 of which changed G B Million to Robert Moore 15 hands at cents The bulk of acres 550 them sold for less than 3 cents Fifteen Green B Million to Sallie A Masters rapine Smith is MMing a pretty yokes of oxen sold at 50 I 90 100 acres exchange Thirty mules and horses changed hands crrc on portion of the James B Town lots in Richmond J B Wal- Â¬ the mules at f 90 JiCo the horses at 150 ker to G W liAvewe til rrl Evans c 1274 5- N B Deatherage to Elizabeth BenhctU J s Eviim and Mrs FantcoAcr will R P and J W Fox sold a pair of 2500 fee J - residence on Alain Mreetadiom- - mules for 290 and bought a pair of Wm D plist church next Saturday the Talbott at 280 Also one mule from Tho Louisville Southern Pushes Ont With Mat Gibson at 13750 Mr Ocker of a Xciv Competing Line B Todd sev Â¬ - V T King wW eH at White Hall Pennsylvania bought of H The Louisville Southern in addition to He bought farm store room eral mules at 150 per head r x Saurday hk their popular route to Chattanooga have several horses at 100 Col- Â¬ Joe 150 tosired that a large attendance l just opened up a through fast route to lins bought some horses and mules at 90 Knoxville competing with the L and N ft J si all will be sold J 50 Trains leave here at Sio p m each day J- - D B Willis of KirksvWe who Flas Raising and Democratic Rally arriving at 730 a m the following morn- Â¬ on io ne napciccriy m nas ma- jv- Monday afternoon about three oclock a ing The route is by way of Keathly He - t Tiroed ami thmks of driving up where the through sleeper is large crowd witnessed the raking of the Tenn It 3 n n iJin few day Cleveland and Thurman flag in front of switched off to the East Tennessee Vir B Deatherage sold last the Court house N s A stand had been erec ginia and Georgia line to Knoxville his Lrman lot on Main ed in the Court house yard and Hon The time is the same as that of the L and sZzv c osite the Christian church to John S Rhea was expected to make the N the Southern train leaving Louisville Mr ViJl- - Bennett for 2500 speech of the occasion When it was ten minutes later than the other and ar asscrtaincd that Mr Rhea had not come riving ten minutes later in plenty of time t assms Taylor property on Main the crowd adjourned to the Court room to make all connections for Warm Springs 3i sold yesterday to Mrs Alex where Senator John D Harris after ex- Â¬ Ashevillc and all North and South Caro- Â¬ fi 4200 She wiM move to pressing the disapointment felt at the fail- lina points Half fare limited excursion ar j occupy the dwelling ure of Mr Rhea to keep his engagement in tickets to all Southern points will be sold ast services in the Methodist a very pleasing speech presented to the September 1 1 and 25 and October 9 and 23 by which travelers will be afforded an r this conference year wiil be Democrats of Madison county the beautiII J x Sunday morning by the pastor ful flag which was then floating in the opportunity to try the new routes The ZcTSon IB- - iZ breeze He then made a lew telling scheme of regular half fare excursions to No services at night remarks upon the iniquitous tariff Hon tlie South is also a departure that line of -Main street lots part of the W B Smith responded to a call and enter railroad business having been heretofore IT l carj estate toM hr Dr Foster tained the crowd with a true Democratic confined to the West and Northwest j r J B Willis last Saturday were speech His home thrusts at tlie Republi Louisville Times In Mr W R Letcher for 11782 cans were loudly applauded and altogether Teachers Institute I M Lntes wiH sell his stock the flag raWng and Democratic rally The proceedings in full of the Madison l nn1liunl vnjjl lAirAlint ai 41 afforded a good time to live large croud n nvummmi it 0 County Teachers Institute white are pre- Â¬ jc l nijay September sbth at his assembled sented on the first page of to days Climax iC Dr Spillman place near Paint The Flagpole Foil except the attendance of teachers which is il About half past two oclock yesterday gh en below - Uie illness of judge Chenault afternoon a loud crash was heard on Main Miss Alice Arnold 5 days Miss Fannie I h P Armer is actwv Cmnir street and a great running to and fro Ayres 3 days Miss Jennie Uroaddus 2 mingled with shoutings and various days Mrs Serena IK is also acting Coroner He Bickncll 3 days Mrs Rushing Annie Bargain 2 days Miss Mary Bowen r of the Peace and winds the kinds of noises was obten ed to our window which commands a full 2 days Mr J E Black excused for illness iev of the public square we observed days Mrs M H - Eugenia Hume has removed to that the flag pole which had been raised Mr E P Benton 2 of a cnt purchase the Judge Breck toaerygiddy height had been broken Berry excused on account of illness on 4tn Avenue Mr T Ram- - in the attempt to lower the derrick by day Mrs M A Baxter 4X days Mr iccupied the house has removed means of pulleys fastened to the pole W M Burton 4 days Miss Mary Camp hell 42 days Miss Ada Creager z days T - place on D street In falling the pole was broken into fie or Mr Allen Clowers 3 days Mr W W six pieces and the heavy derrick was also T Million County Superin- Combs 3 days Miss Bessie Dudley 5 broken from its own weight by tlie fall days Miss Bettie Francis sick Mrs J L oi Public Schools gives notice to Those who had in charge the lowering of n todays Climax Fain 3 days Miss Etta Goul 4 days that the the derrick discovered but alas too late Miss Marian Granger j xAs required by law to be kept 24 days Mr AJ while the derrick would support tlie Holman 44 days Mr J F Harrison 4 t j J in her office for distribution that weight of the pole the pole would not days Mr J B Harris 35 days Mr W T B Shearer has received from support tlie weight of the derrick The - s mud at Nevada Mo a pair of Democrats are never discouraged and W Hughs 44 days Miss Gallalha Hunt days Miss Francis Hcathman 3 2 from Cowley county Kansas another and stouter pole will soon adorn days Miss Nannie Harcourt 3 days Miss ven inches long The rabbit is the public square of Richmond Several Lou Hamilton days Miss Carrie 3 t j hae been as tall as a piece of perrons were standing near at the time Hcdger 2 days Miss Kussie Had en 2 of the fall and it was almost a miracle days Miss Mollie Isaacs t days Miss that some one was not hurt Kuth Jones excused for illness Miss Jen- Â¬ cllor Edwards yesterday retuscd i nie Kennedy 4 days Miss Belle Lykins release of J J ComeKson Fine Sale of Males days of habeas corpus Cornehson Col Caperton and his nephew W C 5 days Miss Florence Lykins 4 e returned to the Montgomery Talbott brought to town last Monday Miss Nannie Lykins 4 days Mr T J ail and the Louisville Judges will morning county court day a lot of eleven McKinney 3j days Miss Hattic March a ust Courier Journal 31st mules of extra fine size 3 days Miss Sallie Munday 4 days Miss mare days Mr J W Moore good color and all well broke They were Lula Meritt 1 A Sa4 AcrMent pronounced by good judges as the best lot 3 days Mr J B Noland 3 days Mr If John Ballards Kttle son Jay mules ever seen on the George Noland 3X days Miss Mary Oldof h a sad accident yesterday He streets of Richmond They were bought ham 4 days Mrs J F Oldham 2 days st open knife in his hand when he by Col C when colts were selected by Miss Maggie Oldham 2 days Mr Brown n iJ tluck the knne in his ee He Mr Talbott w ith great care and he is a Oldham 4 days Mr L W Owens 4 taken to Cincinnati at once to consult days Miss fine judge of a mule as well as of other days Miss Jane Patterson 4 Islinsuislied surgeons of that city stock soon as seen on the streets Ina Prather 44 days Mr Sliipton Parks As days Miss they were all sold privately and rapidly 44 days Miss Mattic Ryan Wheat Malinda Romans of day Mr R F for cash as follows Newland Jones one r r prce Phl on the streets Monday pair excused ill zA days Mr W B 320 R C Boggs one pair 300 Scudder Sloam excused ill 2 days Miss Maggie cents Messrs Kennedy Ruck- - resold to Col O H Chenault for a profit i - bought for Forman Chenault R P Fox Son one pair 280 resold to Simmons 5 days Mrs Ella Stapp 42 four car loads and for them- - Robert Quisenberry of Fayette for a days Mr G W Snowden 3 days Miss rs twentyix car loads They no not profit James A Doty of Garrard two Mary Tribble 24 days Miss Nannie Ter r iuch complaint of spoiled wheat pair and one odd mule 600 Total 1500 rU 3H days Miss Lizzie Terrill 34 days days Miss Lizzie -t Two pairs were not brought to town but Miss May Turner 3 Acqailled were kept at work on the farm It was Todd 4 days Mr C M Taylor 5 days days Mr James W 7 t prompt acquitUl of Mail Agent our privilege to see these mules and tliey Mr S M Tudor 2 Van Winkle 4 days Miss Ida Willis 4 I Hamilton by the Garrard jury were the finest ever seen by us j days Miss days Mr John Van Winkle 2 murder of Turner while be H Nevv MilL Emma Wood 2 days Miss Mary White -- 5 nariuall of Lancaster was expected Wilson 5 days Miss al who were cognizant of the facts in On last Tuesday Mr H C Potts of 5 days Mr P W days Mr J H Burton r case which was clearly one of self- - Lancaster and Mr R L Potts of Stan- Â¬ Bessie Broaddus 4 ene Charles White who killed a ford bought of W C Blakeman the old 4 days an last spring was given 11 years by Potts mill property on Paint Lick Creek in Madison county This is tlie property PERSONAL i same court Stanford Journal owned by Mr W N Potts when he removed to Richmond The mill was Mr R II McCrcary is studying law A Live Firm i Liilcman living in Bourbon county burned a year or so ago but tlie cxcelle nt at the University of Virginia - 1 bating bids from two firms in Cin four foot stone walls are standing and Prof Jason Chenault and wife of Louis- Â¬ -c a and bids ekewhere has bought the boiler and engine still in position ville were here last week - ware for a new residence from the Also the dam and race The Messrs Miss Bradford of New Orleans is visit Â¬ Â¬ f J of Shackelford Gentry of this Potts have ordered new roller machinecelebrated Cas2 ing at Re Mr Wingates Z ace Tlirec parlies in Winchester have ry embracing the a d applied to this firm for prices on rollers and have seta number of car- Â¬ Mr Ed McQueeny of Washington D a Jrtare for new residences This speaks penters to work so that by the first of C is visiting relatives here November the new mifl will be in opera- Â¬ w for Richmond business Miss Katie Fox is in Louisville and will tion The mill is twelve miles from Rich- Â¬ mond and four miles from Kentucky see the Indnstrial Parade to day A Ceal Company Miss Lillic Logan and Miss Rella Har- Â¬ Vc glean the following from a letter Rier on Paint Lick Creek Mr R L Potts one of the proprietors and former- ber have gone to Stanton Virginia to J Lily Mining and Manufacturing Whites Mill this county t rpany Officers J A Craft Presi ly proprietor of week and said he had school was here last dcr L II Blanton Vice President J Mr J I Cleland of Central University bought twenty two cars of wheat at Fort V Crooke Jr Treasurer Geo W Col-t-- Estill Whites Station Paint Lick and is on a visit to relatives in Danville and Lebanon SccreUry J R Crooke General points in Garrard county The capacity 3gcr Directors J A Craft L H Mrs Car have returned barrels a day new mill - - jv M M Harber Geo W Colbert of the expect to will be fifty of the product home from aand children family of James visit to the ship much They J 1 Cruoke KnoxvWe Branch L up the river to Beattyvillc and other P Tribble i II R Lily Ky points The new proprietors are sons of Maj Wilson and wife who spent the Mr W N Potts summer here have returned to their home A Long Ww in Missouri Our Singers Invited W ic at College HHl Madison county Rev C J Wingalc was so ill with - s inJay we ate grapes from a vint The commissioners of the Cincinnati c aaojt i12 inches in diameter which Exposition invite the vocalists of Rich- Â¬ Asthma on Sunday that he could not fill r s - feet in length The vine has had mond and vicinity to be present on Ken- Â¬ his pulpit r 3 f uit on it for three weeks and now tucky Day which is to morrow week the Editor Wiesen of the Irvine Brass - en abundance of grapes of H sizes 13th and furnish tlie vocal music Rich- Â¬ Cannon was here this week in the inter- Â¬ ones Bovn to the size of a No mond is given the preference over all est of his paper - I fhot Uncle BUlr Elkin the other towns in Kentucky This is indeed c r - it will boar uM frost It Capt J B Parrent of Memphis reach Who an honor and comes unsolicited c would be a Iiigh compliment from any ed here last week and joined his wife at lc t this Lancaster News city but Cincinnati is the cradle of music Mr R L Gentrys in the Ohio valley hence the compliment For Assessor- Mr June Park of Irvine one of tlie Ip is issue of The Climax Squire is the greater livest commercial tourists now loose on v- The round trip rate on that day will be the public was here last week J Han ey of Million precinct is an- vxd as a candidate for Assessor of unusually low Mrs Ellen Gibson has gone to Somer Â¬ The officer who has charge of the Ex set a Edison county subject to the action of daughter of Mr Henry Dtnocrauc party Squire Harvey position wears a blue ribbon and is Gibson of that place having died -f iiir Tears Justice of the Peace in his known as Officer of the Day On this Ex Congressman John D White for- Â¬ Gov Simon Bolivcr Z ct and made a faithful officer He Kentucky Day a u Democrat a good citizen me- - Buckner will wear the blue ribbon and merly of the 10th District now of Louiscal in business and would make a have charge of this great Centennial ville visited relatives here this week which commemorates the settlement of Assessor Mr Galloway of Greenville Miss the Central States of the Ohio Valley and came last week to see his wife who has I Joe Daless Ficmc hk staff and the officers of the State vrill been sojourning On the Hill for some T e v ay rain Jff3sy morning kept a act as his assistants wearing the red rib- days t many from attending Ac picnic bon Dr T C Morgan was one of the Kentucky Day should be memorable E m by the Kingston Club as the ace of Mr Joe Bales Governor that the prominent attendants upon the Southern SHU a goodly and it is desired by the I last i Tbi r collected at the houseand ronder-c-u- e largest attendence of the Exposition in Dental Association in Louisville State shall be upon this week occasion quite a success Mrs Bales honor of our as ted by Mrs Maupin and Miss Hsttie day To make this it will require 100000 Mr D M Sweets has returned to Rich- Â¬ arj Annie Maupin spread a dinner vrhich Kcntuckians to visit Cincinnati Septem Â¬ mond from an extensive trip during the Wjd delight the soul of an epicure and ber 1 1 is and 13 wIM be the great Cen- Â¬ vacation in the interest of Central Uni- Â¬ b looked more hke an elegant wed- - tennial tobacco sale and on the 13th versity s feast than a picnic dinner After Kentucky Day tebscco producers and Hon James R Burnam and wife have r the band discoursed sweet music dealers of the Ohio Valley will assemble gone to housekeeping on Second street ic j oung people chased the hours and march to the Centennial Building in two doors South of the Maj S Turner v will be received fyuig feet until dark droc them a body Tlie Governor place at J t was pronounced by those who a distinguished manner and he his staff Miss Rachel Ford sister of Mrs John rn ent one of the most enjoyable and the officers of the State will be guests Donelson this place has gone to Nash c cratended Cincinnati of HE CLIMAX ville for the purpose or attending Mr TJ Wards LOCUST BRANCH Seminary More rain aud thore rest Dr A Wilkes Smith M D D D S took an active part In tile Southern Mr and Mrs E Ick tloberisrof Slfevv Dental Association proceedings at Lou- Â¬ artsvllle Decab county Mo are visit isville lost week relatives here i 23 -- -- Â¬ Â¬ 1 o Â¬ r T t 1 - Two-year-o- Dr John W Harris and daughter Miss Miss Miuule S Tudor of Paint Lick Nannie of Union City this county have has been visirlng relatives here for the gone to Nashville where Miss Harris will past two weeks enter Wards Seminary Rev O D Henderson on the 28th Rev H T Daniel and wife are visiting ult at old Beaver Pond preached the her parents Mr and Mrs T S Ellis funerals of Othauite Sarrettand sister after the summers sojourn at the springs Mrs Etta Smith in Virginia and elsewhere The apple crop is a good one aud Mr S B White of the dry goods many are being gathered for the dis Â¬ firm of II L White Co left on last tilleries over three thousand bushels Wednesday for New York where he is having been bought by two houses purchasing a large stock of fall and Vigel Coffeys and S B Kelleys winter goods the former already the operations Mrs R X White Entertained her married lady friends Thursday nicht to REEVES meet her daughter Mrs Lizzie Fant of South Carolina and grand daughter Thomas Reeves Is on a visit to his Mrs C E Woods parents this week Miss Marie McRobcrts of Danville Mrs John Edwards ofStntion Camp spent Sunday with Mrs T S Ellis re- - is expected to die at any hour turmg from a delightful tour beyond the Ji seph Pearson sold to Thomas Alleghanies including the Hudson and Eugle of College Hill 15 hogs at 5J other interesting points cents Mrs Levena Cunningham gave a very James Edwards takes his departue delightful birth day party on Monday evening to herdaughtcr Miss Estelle Chen- Â¬ this afternoon September 1st for Caliault Elegant refreshments were served fornia during the evening Music by the Sun- Â¬ Baxter Wells of Madison bought flower Quartette some aged cattle of Auco Wlukler Messrs F M Lutes W R Jordan Price unknown R W Colyer and Gen Black attended The tqulrrels and doves are quite a the Laurel county Fair last week They pest to the farmers in this locality say that there were five thousand people foraging upon the corn present the last day and that the show of A fatuous literary club is orgrnized at horses and mules would have done credit Reeves District Estill couuty Its to Richmond or Danville orators are loud aud continuous Call Mr G W Kildow who was formerly ou us ye loveis of oratory and give us a a student in Central University and who boost its meetings are Friday night of is well known here for his sterling quali- Â¬ each week ties and self made success is in our midst The hail storm was fatal to some to- Â¬ shaking hands with his old friends Mr bacco crops though It was not general Kildow will attend the theological SemiOne farmer reports two patches of to- Â¬ nary at Clarksville Tenn this winter bacco on his farm located one quarter of a mile apart oue completely devasTHIN COLUMN tated the other uninjured C Taylor says it busted his melons A million for ten cents a watermillion Where are the railroad men Has Does all this rain go to make water the boom subsided Just after the mellons cheap election 111 Estill county the question Do you want to know what to do when was warmly diecussed here where will the road be located Now the thought you get sick Get well seems to be agitated with equal en- Â¬ Pal Ballard says lightning will strike thusiasm will it be located at all the Clei eland and Thurman pole about November It strikes us that Cleveland and Thurman will be lightning in the pole RELIGIOUS business about November Rev E 0 Uuerrant will preach at Pebble Da6h is a popular fashion in the first Presbyterian church Sunday the treatment of new houses every where But dent construe this into throwing he has been called to take charge of that church but has not accepted rocks or j ouH degenerate into kussin Any body wholl throw rocks will kuss The Madison County Co Operation Meeting of the Christian churches will A minister driving along the road saw a cow in a cornfield Proceeding a short be held at the Flatwoods church uear Waco Friday aud Saturday of this distance he saw the owner and said I see j our cow in tlie corn get her out or week shell founder The owner grunted and The Quakers ot this couutry number replied 73000 the Free Methodists have a confoundcr An invitation we received to attend a membership of 12000 the Swedeubor gains 5750 there are 9000 Reformed picnic last Friday closed as follows Episcopaliaus aud the Mennonitea We insure you pretty girls and dinner on in the tlie ground We should think it exceed- Â¬ have 93000 communicants ingly unpleasant for girls on the ground United SUtes such das as last Friday Rev W F Davis who has served ten mouths iu jail for preaching on The hotel of Mr Gallagher was burned Boston Common will bo released Fri Â¬ one night last w eek at Georgetown The day Sept 7 his original sentence of guests had hardly time to escape Mr Gallagher attempted to extinguish the one ear having been reduced by credit flames but somebody suggested Let cr marks marks for good conduct while sullering imprisonment- go Gallagher and it went Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The St Clair river which divides Canada from the State of Michigan nlonlng some forty miles betweeu De Â¬ troit anil Pott Huronaflor ds facilities for smuggling which are not neglected by Ihe borderers on either side Tiie traffic Is carried on in skills which are constantly crossing and rc crossing at Isolated points Of course the high tariff Imposed by this country gives the Canadians the lions share of Ihe contraband trade Smuggling on the St Clair is a moneymakiug business Warning My wife May Rice haying left my bed and food all persons are warned uot to sell her any thing on my credit or furnish her with any goods and charge the same to me P C Rice Sept 2 88 12 Notice 12 pounds granulated Sugar S100 12J pounds Coffee A Suirar S100 at 12- - E E McCanns When used according to directions Among ihe SoHIiefn Lakes of Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa Mis Â¬ souri and Dakota are hundreds of de-Â¬ lightful places where one can pass the summer months in quiet rest and en joyfneutj and return home at the end of the heated term completely rejuven Â¬ ated Each recurring season brlfigs to Oconomowoc Waukesha Beaver Dam Fronteuac Okoboji Hotel St Louis Lake MinuetoDka White Bear ExCelsior Springs aud innumerable other cnarming localities with ro mantic names thousands of our best people whose winter homes are on either side of Mason aud Dixons line Elegance and comfort at a moderate cost can he readily obtained A list of summer homes with all necessary In- Â¬ formation pertaining thereto is being distributed by the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Railway aud will be sent AS free upon application by letter to A V General Passenger H Carpenter Agent Milwaukee Wis may2 3m School Books at Whites Drug Store 2nd St near Garnett House tf OF 2188 ACRES OF If Fine Blue Grass EXECUTORS Land DECEASED OF ALEXANDER TRIBBLE WE WILL ON at 1 oclock P M at the family residence on the Big Hill pike 4 miles from Richmond rent to the highest bidder the following de- Â¬ Ice I am prepared to deliver ice to any scribed tracts of land part of the city regularly or on short 12 Masons Qt Fruit Jars 90 cents notice Will make contracts for supply- Â¬ 12 Masons hall gallon Jars 120 at ing families offices business houses shops 12- E E McCanns and other places Orders left a Dykess consisting of 566 acres 120 acres to go in corn abottt 30 aereg in An elegant brick resilience and grocery on Second streeet will receive wheal balance all well set in grass When yoi are thiuking of iusuring other necessary buildings on the land your lire bear fn nilud that Faulkner prompt attention aprn tf Sullivan are right here among us J E Dykes and that they will give you all the ad- Â¬ vantages any company iu the world All iu grass Comfortable house and necessa Â¬ is warranted la because it is the best containing 299 acres cau give 12 Blood Preparation known It will posi Â¬ ry out buildings c 6 pounds green Rio Coflee SI 00 5 tively cure aU Blood Diseases purifies the whole system and thoroughly builds op the pounds choicest greeu Coflee 100 at Remember we guarantee it constitution 12- E E McCanns W G White Prescription Druggist containing 561 acres of which 102 is sod land for corn 50 aeres foe Should you want a buggy or carriage Lemon Ice Lemonade Malto Gin- Â¬ wheat balance well set in grass Comfortable dwelling go aud see John Doualsou before giv Â¬ ger Ale Soda Water aud Ice Cream ing your order elsewhere He is an Soda 5 cents a glass at excellent workman and uses good 52- S Dinellis material 12 containing 9S acres 75 acres for corn balance in meadow They are es 13 pouuds white C Suirar 100 vSVVYrU the Children pecjaiiy nable to sudden 30 pouuds yellow C Sugar 200 at Colds Conghs Croup Whooping Cough 12- E E McCanns etc We guarantee Ackers English containing 19SJ ACRES 100 acres for corn 20 acres for wheat and Remedy a positive care It saves Ranns Specific will cure Rheuma Â¬ hoars of anxious watching Sold by balance in grass tism or money refunded Price 75c at W G White Prescription Druggist Whites Drug Store Second street None hut the purest cream used in 5- near Garnett House the famous Ice Cream Soda Water at containing 124 ACRES 50 acres in corn 50 acres in wheat 18 bars Laundry Soap 25 cents Man- Â¬ 52- S Diuellis in grass darin Green Tea 50 cents per pound at 12-Donelsou will make you as good a All above lands lay on and near Big Hill Pike within 3 to 5 R E McCanns buggy or carriage as can be bought miles of Richmond Donelson uses the best material that any where in America apr4 tf the market aflords and the best work- Â¬ men Ho puts up none but the bejt trJfle witu any Throat or work Buggies carriages etc made ajVJW V Lung Disease Ifyouhvo a Cough or Cold or tho children aro within a quarter of a mile of the limits of Richmond containing 84 to order Call on him apr4 tf threatened with Croup or Whooping Cough ACRES 904 acres for corn sod land 50 acres for wheat and balance use Ackers English Remedy and prerxnt well set in grass Two good tenemens houses AU the above lands a positive cure Dont fall to try the Banner Roasted farther trouble It is Price 10 and 60c are in a high state of cultivation we guaranteo it Coflee it has no equal 25 cents per and Sold by W G White Prescription Terms made known on day of renting iwund at E E McCanns Druggist 12- - Ayers Ague Cure is warranted to erad- Â¬ icate from the system Fever aud Ague Intermittent Remittent and Bilious Fevers and all malarial dis-Â¬ eases Try it Thursday Slept 27 88 THE HOME PLACE - r pes F t THE TERRELL FARM THE TRIBBLE PLACE THE RAYBURN LAND THE ESTILL PLACE a nt ood Alll Cinxn ith 1 2 THE BALLEW PLACE THE MILLER PLACE Mil hly tho ere ind rip- blane - jera ave ear urn r lop eta elle s NANCY TRIBBLE Exeentrix Â¬ if A gentleman who was at a fair last NEWS PARAGRAPHS week tells us that the Ring Marshall called out the different rings as they succeed Â¬ The Emperor Williams son was ed each other in a much amusing way christened Sunday For hh spousors The next ring is for one best geese 2 he had one Empres s two Queens and The next ring is for one best duck 1 The next ting is for one best pairof jeans one princess The ceremony was re- Â¬ Â¬ britches 1 James Hardesty a bachelor of 37 years killed William Murphy a prominent farmer in Daviess county last Thursday Hardesty gives as his reason for uncere- Â¬ moniously shooting Murphys head off that Murphy had been teasing him about getting married Weve got a gun and a word to the wise is enuff SPEEDWELL served for the eve of Sedau irritant for Frauce another Alluding to the failure of Mr Blaiue to explain satisfactorily his defense of Trusts the Springfield Mass Re publican sorrowfully remarks that if no such explanation is offer red Mr Blaines stump services in the West cau well be dispensed with North Caroliua planters iu order to give the jute trust a black eye are sending their cottou to market in pine Smith and Wells hate quietly pull- straw bugging manufactured in Wiled iu and hung up mingtonThe now bagging passed all The wet weather Is causing the loss teats successfully and it Is believed of u great deal of fruit that would have that it will answer all the purpose of jute bagging aud at much lower rates been saved by drying Â¬ 1 Â¬ c- -- tic Â¬ The President and his party left Clif Â¬ ton Forge Va Friday for Washing Â¬ the- - watermelons well all c needed with more to spare Call early aud ton The President before leaving met and shook hands with an old col- Â¬ get a bate ored Democrat who had expressed a Rev E Forman was ou hand to desire to see him The old fellow was meet his appointment a few weeks overjoyed aud declared that the touch ago hut the heavy ruin that day kept of the Presidents hand had cured dat the audience away Dr please come misery iu my hip again The Louisville Southern Railroad Jim Parkes Is creating quite a sen Company has brought suit against the sation with his threshing machine Louisville and Nashville Railroad with monkey attachment Jim says Company to compel the latter to re- Â¬ monkeys are some iu the business and ceive and deliver its freight as it does if the raiu will only Jet up he can that of other roads A temporary thresh all the wheat Iu the couutry order was issued by the Law and A B Wagers aud George Todd are Equity Court ou the Southern giving buying up all tho cattle sheep and bond in the oum of 5000 hogs they cau get for the Cincinnati Grandma Baker celebrated her market They seem to think that 86th birthday on the 24th inst at the because Joe Bales is out of the way residence of her oldest sou tequlre J that they will have full sway but they A Baker She is the mother of five will have to hustle when Crooke and children the grandmother of thirty Black return from the mountains two and the great grandmotherof nineAlex West and daughter Miss Carrie teen She is still able to ride ou horseof Garrard county have returned back to church aud Sunday school aud home having been visiting at Speed- read the lesson without the aid of well several days Alex Is hankering glasses Lancaster News ufter a small farm in old Madison his At a railroad meeting held at the native county he thinks the Cleve- Natioual Bank on Monday A R land and Thurman pole would please Denny was elected Chairman and the eye and the big Democratic major Â¬ Capt T A Elkin Secretary The ity here would gratify the nerves following gentlemen were selected a Come on Alex it will be a bigger committee to see the best terms upon majority In November which the for Ihe LouisM L Ray buru is furnishing Speed- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ right-of-wa- y Â¬ -- -- -- Â¬ Â¬ ville Southern railroad could be secured EDEXTOX through Garrard county J V Poor L W Hudson W H Kiunalrd and Howard Hughes have started their saw mll again They do good work J B Carter Lancaster News Spring mules are telling for a good Ohio City op Toledo 1 price WJ Wyllesold his suckling State of Lucas County S H mule for S75 Frank J Cheney makes oath that R H Foxs company from Nicho he Is the senior partner of the firm of Co doing business in lasville on their way to Fiueville to F J Cheney make streets with two wagons and tix the City of Toledo County and State mules slopped at G W Wylies to get aforesaid and that said firm will pay water and feed their teams They were the sum of One Hundred Dollars for harnesslug the mules to start again each aud every case of Catarrh that wheu one of the mule kicked the boss of can not be cured by the use of Halls tho company aud killed him for a few Uataiibh Cure FRANK J CHENEY minutes There was a large wound In the back of his head His arm and Sworn to before me and subscribed shoulder were disabled He recovered iu my presence this Cth day of De- Â¬ so much that he went ou with the cember A D 1880 company I Dr Jasper dressed the f r A W GLEASON wounds Notary Public J Trustees Take Notice The Record Books which the uew school lawrequlres trustees of a public school to keep are now read in my utile ami I request that the same be Resppctfully secured at once Mrs A T Milliox 12 15 County Supertladent HjIIra Catarrh cure Is taken internal- Â¬ ly and acts directly upon the blood aud mucus surfaces of the system Send far testimonials free i ar--- F J JHENEY CO 8Sod by J bottle J Toledo Ohio Brooks 75 cents per Road horses trotters and CHENAULT Sanns Specific will cure Rheuma Â¬ shod in any manner desired runners ALEX TRIBBLE pxecaioIS- I have tism or money refunded Price 75c at Whites Drug Store becoud street just received au extra lot of four year old second growth timber for repairing near Garnett House 5 all kinds of wagons All work guar- Â¬ THE lJATEMT SEAT FASTESiSB anteed at the very lowest prices Shop Advice to aiothers 4 back of Brookss drug store jf toHrewissiowsSooTmKoSrBurhoiidalw7i rc used wbea children ore cutting tetth It THIS IS Respectfully bevesth6lUtlesuffereratonecitproduee natnral quiet sleep end the little cherub awakes u bngh t 8febly S L MIDKIFF as a button It is very pleasant to taste It soothes the childsofteDs the eumsaUaysall pain HMEST AM BEST regulstes the bowels and is the best known remedy 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure for diarrhoea whether arising from teethinsor other causes Tweaty flrs cents a bottle Chicken Cholera and other diseases SEAT FASTSIER among fowls I will refund the money G5 in every case where th remedy fails 32 School Books at Whites Drug Store W G White 2nd St near Garnett House Prescription Druggist tf 2d St near Garnett House mar2Stf Somi IC kicks the seat Irmly and InimovaMr al yrt H nw t- - changed la m tostont To Real Estate Owners bj maH 3S cefits la 8tafK or Uwaa per ikwea fto T twu Ccnntr wry Sit Seat yaetearn will le rout at a t State RiM for - a M poiuei purcboslBS terrKerr lw irarr AAttV alwaya havo As we are almost daily iu receipt of -- TVV S U VTOGETt Auburn Ackers letters of inquiry for land for sale in Soother at hand It Is tho only Baby safa thiscountywe have determined to issue medicine yet made that will remove all It contains no Opium a printed list of ill lauds iu our hands infantile disorders or Morphine but gives tho child natural for side Those wishing thus to come tau from pain Price 25 cents Sold by in contact with parties who want to W G White Prescription Druggist buy farms will do well lo call and see me Bring withynu a written descrip Â¬ DIED tion of your farm and have your minds made up to sell Put a fair price Il il J S Loug died at his home near on your property and we will sell it for Kirksvile iu Madison county Ky on you Smith Powell Saturday August 25th iu the 70tb 10 12 Real Estate Agts year of his age For Want of Capital Mr Sally Ann Shearer died at her we aro compelled to urge our frieuds home iu the northern part of Madison and patrous to come and pay up their county Ky on Wednesday August accounts We need money to run our 29th 18SS aged about 50 years business aud hope you will do so at Taylor Gentry son of once Very Respectfully William and Lucy Gentry died on 10 13 Stockton Willis Monday August 27th 18SS of conges Â¬ tion of the brain Funeral by Elder J Short Time Only W Prather All persons indebted to J J Brooks Near Blackstock S C July 14th prior to 188S will please come and settle The attention of the ladies is especially called to superior Dudley Florence at by note or cash at once All claims not 18SS Mies settltd promptly will bo placed in the tho age of fifteen years Nearly two line of Dross Goods embracing the most fashionable Fabric to ba years ago whilo pastor of Blackstock 10- bands of a collector Church I met this young girl for the had in New York A f JVVV andreliableMedicinesarethebest Â¬ first time She had recently come to depend upon Ackers Blood El from her home in Richmond Ky to ixir has been prescribed for years for all lm visit her aunt Mrs James Jones At puritiesoftheBlood InoveryformofScrof nlous Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases it Is the earnest request of her friends her Invaluable For Rheumatism has no equal stay in South Carolina was protracted Sold by W G White Prescription and she never returned to her child- Â¬ c c Druggist hoods home Everywhere she made friends One had only to meet her School Books at Whites Drug Store aud somewhat know her to love her 2nd St near Garnett House tf for her beauty of character She was one of the most amiable and lovely Short Hand girls I have ever known About a year Mrs D Russell Forman will Instruct before her death the publicly professed in Phonography at her residence or her love for the Saviour in a meeting in class those wishing to learn phono- - we held at Blackstock Church and it We have in Laces Ribbons Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Gloves and graphy The demand for short hand was my pleasure to bury her with the Parasols all that can be desired writers is greater than the supply Lord iu baptism Aud though I soon Lawyers find this art valuable in notÂ¬ after left for buotber field of labor and ing accurately testimony in court saw comparatively little of Forence Students can take verbatim notes of after that lam sure she lived true to lectures and thereby aid their educa- Â¬ her baptismal rows aud that her life tion materially Earnest people al Â¬ was hid with Christ in God When 1 ways succeed Satisfaction guaran- Â¬ last saw her in May a dark cloud had 7- teed recently passed over her young bright With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the beet Naw Ice Cream Soda Water at 5 eta per life A beloved brother had suddenly been called away by death But with York school of art and design in gents garments oxparioiwed in tita 52-glass at S Dinelus a meek Christian spirit she endured houses of that city and versed in every detail of the hnninnw S Dinelle has introduced a new this sorrow and the chastening added best steam freezer and is prepared to fur Â¬ to the lustre of her beautiful disposition aided by on elaborate stock of nish the purest aud besst Ice Cream in Beautiful in character she was also any quantities aud at lowest figures beautiful iu person and seemed to enjoy the b ft of health It was with much surprise and sadness that I If jou want a nice buggy phaeton heard her young life had been cut off rockaway carriage barouche or after a brief illness aud lean sympa Â¬ coupe go to John Donelson apr4 t thize with the grief of her devoted mother aud other relatives of friends Music aud of schoolmates But in their sor- Â¬ Mrs 8 F Lail an experienced row they lve a glorious hope of her teacher desires pupils in Piano Study blessed immortality Her character The latest method taught Terms made beautiful by grace is suited Co We are putting forth suite equal to the best made in thfe country moderate Music room at D R For- - heavel more than to earth Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel ais 7- mans after September 1 188S J A Brown W H Kelley will build you a good house cheaper than any man in town mar7 tf A Remaining unclaimed In tho Pot- m iii Oflloe at Richmond Ky week eudiug Special rates for Ice Cream for de Â¬ nies and other parties S Dinhsli Biggerstand Kysie Fisher Sarah Neck Wear Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Shirts hutadried and 52- Boggs John Finny Nannie Burton W R Jones Richard M Excursions unlaundried Underwear Hosiery Etc Btc Blythe Lissie Porter Noel Business meu and setters looking Chenault Fielden Ross Mrs Mary J for uew locations or investments cau Corts R Stone Vina teaolf all principal points in Minneso- Â¬ Donglas Dave-Walker Thomas ta and Dakota at a cosrof one fare for Finch Sol G Witt BBHe round trip by avaHng themselves the hours of the excursions announced via the M Post Officeorder from 6 A Jr to 7 i Money and registered letter Manitoba By St Paul Minneapofs linn Tickets good hours prompt 7 a ar to 6 v jr St Paul from J B WILLI3 p m in great quantity and variety from tho oheapest to the mos ejy low excursion rates for 30 days been rnae also via this lino to have elegant embossed gilt Heleua andGreat Fulls Montana DR Further tickets good fir four months FAIN J be obtained by address Â¬ particulars UNION CITY KY ing C H-- Warren General Passenger Agent At Paul Minn or II E Tud- - Oflers Ills professional services to the pur Dlat Vfjsenger Agent 232 South publfa Ofliee at Powell Parriahs eow 12- Clark Street phicago apUS tn Cor Maia and Second SU Richmond Ky TD kee the oeil lia L9VETT W UBR lino per SjTrgrflOV 6sj tat ths 5- ail EMIMBfTB for - ftV I Y-11-- t en- - at ICR00KE1 I ral - 8 or BENNETT IUMSI0H all and DRY GOODS or Choice Silks Henriettas Serges you as 4 of sea B the fell ad are ip-- DOC De Eoges Cashmeres er 7 Lace Elounces of all kinds White Goods in great quantity Bees on t Bd Merchant Tailorim uDi American Fuel Eilisl Suite TROUSERIIffGS and VESTIIVTGS Ar laETTSSRS E3STTS w PUEUISHIITG GOODS -- WALL PAPERS mm BIffl k KM liMm T 1 u s Influences indeed platinum black is Infinitely more permanent than the T e Most Important Religious Erent of paper upon which it is printod In the Ye sr In Quaker IMo some cases oijlier from badly pro Often e First Day lbs Friends as pared sensitized paper or from faults siiLled at the appointed time for in the photographic manipulations vorship and SAt for more than an platinum prints have been known to hour in absolute silence until one old turn yollow in the whites under the gentleman in the high seats would rise influence of sulphuretted hydrogen and shake haftds with another this SHoh dkro loration has sometimes been being the signal that meeting had subsequently removed by the applica- Â¬ as it was expressed among lwk tion ol chemical re agon Is without tho thaw The Quaker young folks were dark parts of the paper having been a jelly happy lot but the moment affected all through tho operation they entered the meeting house door There are methods of taking photo- Â¬ they seemed imbsed with the spirit graphs in silver which have exactly of devotion and were as grave and the appearance of platinotypcs so sedate as their oklers They are that an expert can not always test tho gradually discarding the pecaliar difference without the application of garb which WHiiam Fenn and his folÂ¬ chemical tests these black and lowers were I have never seen sHver prints are in all i atiy adiesce so many women probability much more permanont of Middle and old age who than the ordinary photographs used have smooth preserved Cham- Â¬ plnrap for the stocking of albums faces and dear complexions as bers JeHrnah here Their belief that peace on earth aed good will to men should PERSIAN HASHISH FIENDS govern all oar lives is surely a good IIow Orients Hemp Eaters Prepare to live by if we may believe the Themselves for Their Orgies impress it has left upon thoir countc Old and experienced hemp eaters go nattees Of course there were excep very methodically to work They say tioas and here as elsewhere were that to relish hemp one must first ab- Â¬ features distorted by evil passions or stain from all stimulating food and wrinkled and seamed by sickness and drink for a brief period for only after a short fast can one taste to tho full The great event of the samreof was the delights of hashish and render the yearly meeting The men worked ones system fully susceptible to its in- Â¬ early aad late that their neld6 of grow fluence So for several days previous mr grata might be free from weeds to the orgie the experienced hemp aad preseat beautiful thrifty appear Â¬ eater eats no meat drinks neither ance to vieittag Friends Women wine nor spirit lives nininly upon seowred and scrubbed althoHgh it vegetable foods light pastry and ripo teemed impossible to make bosses fruits and smokes little On tho day dean ar than these homes already of the debauch he rises very early were tinware mast glitter like silver aad fasts till the afternoon linen be white as snow The choicest when the friends who arc to join him young ohiokens the finest prod Â¬ arrive They prepare for dinner by ucts and garden ef field taking a strongly charged pipe and were reserved for this occasion inhaling the thick white smoke A aad stiefc remarks as these were beard light meal k then served in which daily Sarah thee must net cat that plenty of sweet pastry figures and ham I will boil that whole for meet each of the company retires to his tag day Samuel bring home a cushion prepared for the evenings in- Â¬ hag ef that finest flour thee knows we dulgence Musicians arc stationed at most have extra nice bread while the the end of the apartment dancing Meeting lasts It seemed as if an girls are introduced or if the host is army with prodigious appetites most a very wealthy man he orders his own ie cowing so generous were the slaves in Hemp boluses are passed preps rations round and tlie pipes well chargod The opening day arrived and the with tlie drug For thk purpose toÂ¬ small edilioe weahl not contain the bacco is first laid in the bowl upon people who came bet every window this a small charge of pure hashish aad both doors were thrown open so extract is placed and the whole is that alt eonid hear if the Spirit should fired by means of a glowing ember of draw near and inspire any to speak charcoal ami saltpeter which lias been Friends were here front far away mingled with honey and dried Strong Maryland and Virginia Soon one of and well sweetened coffee is liando I those Quaker women with a lovely round and while the dancing and eoMMtenanee who had oome from the music go on the smokers begin Soath and whose drab garments were Lounging back they suck the smoko of the inet material showing wealth into the lwngs ami air passages and whose language betokened edu Â¬ sending it forth again through the cation and refinement began speak widely distended nostrils and gaeing ins Such eloquence was rarely beard upon the forms and faces posturing within these walls Iler rich fall and revolving before them tho hasha tow me made the sublime truths she ut Â¬ sliin swim off in a sen of blissful con- Â¬ tered teem grand indeed She con Â¬ tent that verges upon ecstasy As soon doned when an old gentleman on the as the pipe is exhausted strong ooffeo other sWe ef the houae was moved to without sugar is taken and this deliver a mesaage At first his words rouses the dreamers from their vision were spoken smoothly and distinctly of delight But a bolus of homp but seen he glided into a sing song cake and another pipe well charged tone patting a final ah to nearly stimulates afresh the excited imagina Â¬ every utterance It is impossible to tion and sends them off again into describe the sound or its effect so their dreamland The singers chant quaint and so earnest was it that all their love songs and the almohs sway wore impreseed lie finished and an Â¬ in their passionate dances This goes other grave dignified gentleman of Â¬ on for hours fresh pipes and cofleo fered up a prayer and soon the first being passed round at intervals tho eeagiom dosed and the happy crowd smokfis waking from one dream only raftered away to the various farra to go off into another Such an orgie Iwnoen to enjoy the feast prepared for indeed k sometimes protracted for this time Such merry bantering and two or three days Sunderland Eng joking are seldom heard such happy Echo smiling faees are seldom seen and such heephaUebomes are found no WHAT A CONTRAST whore in greater prof asiou than in a The House of the Industrious Mechanlo Quaker settlement Ettal Green and That of the Idlor m Dtre Frtt Fret What a contrast does the home of the sober industrious mechanic pre- Â¬ FADED PHOTOGRAPHS sent to that of the idler and the disso Â¬ lute In the one there reigns peree Various Reliable Methods by AVhleh Tbey comfort and independence in the oth Â¬ May lie Restored er misery hunger and dirt The 0110 The family album upon the drawing-- is a little palace in which the con- Â¬ room table is a never failing sub-j-- tentment kings court holds absoluto of interest to visitors and among sway the other a hovel where vico ludirideata who lack original ideas breeds and spawns depravity on the forms an agreeable subject of conver Â¬ highways of lif a One glance iuto the sation ta place ef that of the weather interior of the former dwelling is Of late years however there k more worth a whole days inspection of the dMhienee in placing it in prominent splendid one of a noble for the form- Â¬ poekieas for the ready examination of er k associated with the happiness waiting friends the sad colored pict Â¬ thousands the latter with that of of a ures of the hue ef a November fog in single family The mansion of the no- Â¬ Cbeapside or a bad piece of ginger Â¬ ble may be decorated with lhe gems of bread spoiled is the baking being art ami genius it may present a more at variance with average ideas of than oriental luxury of appear Â¬ artistic elegance A more serious as Â¬ ance but the contrast between pect of the case is gradual discolora Â¬ it and the cottage of tho tion or fading of the likenesses of sober artisan is immeasurably iu Members of the family who have favor of lite as far as those passed away by death raising the higher estimateslatter of human happiness question in the minds ef survivors which arc based on whnt k to be done to preserve those to mere superficial something superior grandour may be Mueameute for inspection ere it be allowed to sway our j udgment Ia tho toe tote one we see rugged labor the soul and When the white parts of an ord ina sinew of the nation reposing like a ry photograph begin to turn yellow giant gathering strength for renewed that photograph k doomed unless ira- - exertion in the other we perceive mediate efforts be made to preserve it effeminacy lolling on a lewd day and those efforts may not always be couch deploring the slownoss of that eneeceafuL Treatment with a weak time which silently and slowly briags solution ef hi efalorhle ef mercury its votary nearer to that ond which iu under the hands of a skillful photo Â¬ his old age he dreads and endeavors graphic practitioner is one of the by all manner of shifts and ingenuities beet methods of making the attempt to avoid In the one there is a slralght This may arrest decay but will not laeed artificial discipline which restore the Mkenoss to the condition of freezes the heart and contracts tho a first rate photograph Bi chloride mind In the other an innocoiit free- Â¬ of mereury or corrosive sublimate is dom which tolerates the laugh and highly poisonous and k best left alone jest on all occasions and yet allows by the uninitiated the graver moments of existence to A better way of preserving the exert their sanitary influence X Y Memento k to send the photograph Ledger to a platinum printing or carbon A Bear Captures a Thief printing firm of j hotograpbers in a eufiteiently large way of business to An Italian who wss traveling in keep upon their remises artists California with a bear which he had skilled in the use of the brush and trained to wrestio and dance stopped pencil Their usual plan Iben is to before a farmers house late ono aflor obtain upon glass or paper an en Â¬ noon and after amusing the family larged positive copy of the fading with his performances obtained perÂ¬ photograph Thte copy k reÂ¬ mission to stay all night The boar touched that k to say worked upon was placed in the barn for by hand so as to remove obvious de- Â¬ Daring the night the family wore fects due to d ecay or to original bad aroused by atorriblenoisoin tho barn work a negative k taken from the Some one was screaming Murder perfected positive ami from thk Help and apparently engaged in negative any number of copies may struggle for life The farmer bastoncda be printed by photographic means in to the spot followed permanent earbon pigments or ia apd other of the house by the Italian and found tho platinum black To obtain the tame bear with a man in his embrace positive already mentioned a pri Â¬ SSfog him tightly while tho mary negative has to be taken so that fellow struggled frantioally to poor escape two negatives are necessitated by the The bear was muzzled and could do process both of which as well a3 the the man no serious injury thougli ho positive are usually worked upon was very uncomfortably situated Tho somewhat by the hand of the artist man proved to be the method ef getting a good perma- Â¬ who had come to a dishonest tobutcher the barn steal a nent photograph from a bad fading fine calf In the darkness ho had one k therefore compKoated and reÂ¬ stumbled over the bear who had quires skHL seized him and held In the carbon process carbon or Italian learning how him fast Tho matters stood other snitablo permanent pigmsnt is called out Hug him Jack and tho spread upon paper or glass along with bear continued to hug him unmerci- Â¬ solution of gelatine and of bicromate fully until the farmer concluded that of potash or ammonia Where the he bad been sufficiently light acts upon the snrfaee through when he was released Tho punished story soon the negative the decomposition of the spread abroad and tho butcher left salt renders the gelatine insoiuahle the neighborhood to escape the ridi eousequeally when the paper k after Â¬ oule to which subjected him Chi-Â¬ wards placed in warm water the gel Â¬ cago Herad it atine unaotod upon by ligbt dissolves off ia company with its pigment thus An English analyst recently releaving the white turner exnoed- - hat ceived twelve specimens of supposed where the light has acted the gela- - j butter which he was to analyze to dis Â¬ uae ana pigment remain to form the cover which was pure and which was shadows ef the picture These are the oleomargarine After taking what ho broad principles of the process omit- Â¬ wanted ho set the twelve plates in his ting various praolloal details whiehit laboratory Next morning the butter would exceed present limits to partie had disapeared from ton and on two ul arize it remained These two were adulter- Â¬ The other permanent process in ated and the others pure Suspecting which the dark parts ef the picture miee he set out other plates sorno con Â¬ are formed of platinum blank gives taining pure and some adulterated in the most durable pictures knows various degrees Again tho pure but Â¬ platinum being a metal which has ter was cleared away and slighUy atere power than robl of adtdterated half eaten and the much Exchange under atmospheric aad other adulterated only nibbled MEETING THE YEARLY OF LOWLY BIRTH What Working Men Hbto Done for Sci- Â¬ ence Art and Literature Why givo working Some may say peoplo time to think What good use Lot us soe can they mako of it what they have done Take general literature Look at Daniel Defoe the ono of author of Robinson Crusoe tho greatest writers of proso fiction that cyer lived He began life as a hosier and was almost wholly self taught William Cobbott tho great master of racy Saxon English was in early life a farmers boy and after Â¬ wards a common soldier Izaak Wal- Â¬ ton the pleasing biographer and comploto anglor was a linen thoroughly trained workmen out of the choicest and most fashionable goods Do you J C MORGAN D D S Main street over Madi want a RE4DY N3DE SUIT made especially for our trade by the best houses in the JE6T0FFICE Bank lltobmoud Ky son National June 22 tf East accprding to the newest designs and out of reliable and stylish material Elegant Want toan after the latest and most approved fashions by experienced and cut and made order 3DO tTCMLJ Tailor Made Suit WT-A-ItT- Professional Cax cLs DR A WILKES SMITH X3ez5tal Stxrg-eors- - FIVE HARVEST Practice Limited to -- Dkntistry cxnisiosrs MINNESOTA DAKOTA Office hours 400 P M OFFICE Smith Building Main Street 900 to 1200 M 100 to june22 tf MOraTAKA Â¬ TXJESDAYJ f August 21st I October VIA TUB SesteTcr nth 9th and 23rd Man- Â¬ 25th draper rle Then in science Thomas Simpson the distinguished mathematician wrought for tho greater part of his life as a weaver Captain Cook ono of tho most scientific ot English sail- Â¬ ors and a very pleasing writer was wholly self taught His father a poor peasant learned to road when he was turned of sevonty in order that ho might be able to peruse his sons voy agos Arkwright subsequently Sir Richard the inventor of the cotton spinning machine was a poor man and commenced life as a barber James Brindley tho author of canal navfgation in England the first who tunnoled groat hills and brought ships across navigable rivers on bridges was a millwright Herschcll subsequently Sir William originally a musician in a Hanoverian rogiment became a skillful optician and a groat lastronomer To him Campbell refers in the well known linos Gave to the lyre of Heaven another string AN ELEGANT SUMMER COAT AND VEST OR A PAIR OF HANDSOME ODD PANTS made to order or ready made OTJ DR J M POYNTZ T AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street next to june22if Whites Drug Store St Paul Minneapolis itoba Railway AT KATMS G W EVANS M D GENTS most DELIGHTEUL UNDERWEAE FURNISHING Do you want the anyhow Do you want something ELEGANT DUE ABLE and SEASONABLE in Do you want anything AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Hecond street june22tf CHEAPER TIIAN EYEE BEEORE Points west of Grand Futks it D himI MONTANA LESS THAN ONE FARE no round trip rate ben -more titan TWENTY DOLLARS eJndins GREAT FALLS NONTAX Persons deiriug to take a tr through Nor titer Minnesota Dak or montana fir the purpoee oflooKn over tlie eon n try or wHh the idea t selecting a new borne within ti boundaries of the GRANDEst WHEAT BELT IN THE WORLD and an agrieultural country si ita for diversified forming dairy an I KOTA 11 GOODS DRS TAYLOR ASHE from a WELL REGULATED Merchant Tailoring Clothing House Practitioners in Medioine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetover Dykes juue22t Grocery Store DO YOU WANT AN EXQUISITE STRAW HAT DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to liUxnns Residence at Willis House june22tf Up Stairs Then for tho fine arts Chantrcy was a milk and butter boy and his first mouldings wcro in softer material than marble Sir Thomas Lawrenco was the son of an inn koepcr and wholly self taught John Opie was found by Dr Walcott working in a saw pit William Hogarth tho great- Â¬ est master of character that ever de-Â¬ veloped his ideas by moans of the pon ciL served his apprenticeship to an engraving silvorsmitli and com- Â¬ menced his professional career by on s graving and shop bills Then in poetry Gifford tho first editor of the Quarterly began life as a poor sailor boy and afterward sorved an apprenticeship to a shoemaker Bloomfield wrote his best poom the Farmers Boy whilo he too worked in a garret as a shoemaker Ben Jonson says Fuller in las English Worthies worked for some time as a bricklayer and mason He helped to build tho now structure of Lincolns Inn when having a trowel in his hand he had a book in his pocket Shakespeare was a poor mans son His father could not write his name and his cross or mark still exists in tho record of Stratford-on-Avo- n to attest the fact The poets own education seoms to have been very limited and tradition describes him as having lived for a time by vory humble employments Then turn we to theology the high- Â¬ est range of alL The two Millors Doctor Isaac Dean of Carlisle and his brother Joseph author of the well known History of the ChurcV be Â¬ gan life as weavers Dr Pridcaux author of the Connection aud Bishop of Worcester got his cducrv tion by entering Oxford as a kitchen boy John Bunyan the greatest mas Â¬ ter of Allegory and author of tho sec- Â¬ ond best book in all the world was a self taught tinker Ledger coats-of-arm- gIf BO YOU WANT ANY OTHER KIND OF A HAT you do CALL AND SEE US If you do not call and see us Eespect fully DR PHIL ROBERTS GOV Shortest M ITCHELL BLUE GRASS ROUTE and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to AH Foints North West and Southwest East Offers his professional services to the stock purpose will do well to tu8 public Office in drug store on lower Main advantage of these rates For maps and information apply ti jiily27 ly Street Richmond Ky your home tieket agent to auy ag l DR U C AMBROSE of the company or THE CORNER SADDLERY KENTUCKY CENTRAL E R Fast Line Between Lexington and Cincinnati SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 20th 1SSS Call your attention to their commodious and elegant house Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky N PSTSICIA FORD NT af- Â¬ 8- F I WHITNEY - ternoon Office hours 2 to 4 KY oclock in the GenMPawTkt St Paul Ag Mir- - June 22 tf W T SEXSMITil M D PHYBIOIAN AND SURGEON WHITE HALL KY Offers his professional services E B WALLACE tyr AND corner of SOUTII DOUND public No 2 Kr Kuu No Dally pm aug to the l No 6 EjcSuu NOUTII BOUNI Lve Livingston lA e Bereft Arr Klchinoml Lve Itlflimond Arr Winchester No 3 No 1 No 5 MC There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance and the quality of the goods they oiler is in keeping witli the house They have the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles made in their shop of the best materials They have Every Style and Variety of Harness Â¬ Lve Covington 830 an 5 Ive Falmouth- - 11x03 a m 938 Lve Cyiitlilan-a- 1105 am 1024 Arr Paris 1140 am 10c 50 12 30 pw n 30 Arr Lexington 11 50 am 1055 live larls-- -Arr Wlnelieeter 123s P ix25 Arr ltlchuimid 200 pa Arr IjnoRter 510 pm 600 pm Arr Stan font Richmond 25 pm Arr 3 20 pm Arr Livingston- - 545 pm le 2 00 pm pm 328 pm Pm 430 pm pm 510 pm pm 6 10 pm P 520 pm pra 605 pm 7 10 pm 818 pm 840 pm Arr ltivliinntHl Ie Lve 1025 1145 1100 So Hbath HEATII J F Coknblisox C0RNELIS0N - COHTRAC TOR Is prepared to do ait Kinds of am am 525 a m Practicing Physicians RICHMOND MHIlfOIU La newsier 720 a m 810 am KENTUCKY BUILDING AND OONTRAc 1 WORK am 130 pm S 55 650 650 Arr Pans Ierl Lve Lexington Lve Paris Lve Cvntlilima Le Falmnntli Arr Covington 3 5P 82 3 Pra 7 35 p ra 835 340 406 p m 906 451 p m 1003 r 600 pm 11 5 am offer their professional service to the am public 4jHiily am am am am 300 pm a m 350 pm a m 430 pm WACO KY a M 5 25 pm am 650 pm AT THE MOST DR GILES HARRIS Reasonable Rates Will furnish drawings plans w specifications at any time Office J s safe-keepi- NOVEL DISCIPLINE A Penitentiary Where Food Is Employed as a Reforming Azeilt One of tho most interesting of re- Â¬ cent experiments in food is now going on in the California Stato prison California has established the Folsom State prison among the hills near the head of tho American river Tho scenery is fine lhe air pure and the water excelent The convicts are chiefly omployed in quarrying and dressing granite The building is roomy safe and subs tantial It ha3 the customary cells baths and ar- Â¬ rangements for securing ventilation The inmates have their hair cropped and wear the usual distinctivo prison garb It is in tho manner of supply Â¬ ing food that this prison differs from others The convicts when they first arrive as well as thoso who show little inclination to work or a disposition to bo vicious aic supplied with a rather poor fare con- Â¬ sisting largely of boiled beans salt meat cabbage mush common bread and coffee sorved without milk If not within sight of the tablo whoro this course food Is sorved there is within smoll of it another on which frosh beef and mutton various kinds of vegetables rice and on Sunday cake sirup and tea are placed The con- Â¬ vict learns ttiit he am sit at this tablo and enjoy the food thereon if he works diligently and faithfully conducts him- Â¬ self properly and gives little trouble to the warden and his assistants Ho also loarns that thoso who sit at this table are allowed considerable liberty and are permitted to take walks after each meat Tho desire to sit at this table is great Men who do not like to work enjoy good living and arc generally willing to be at considerable pains to seenro it The inmates of thk penitotiary ordi- Â¬ narily adopt such a courso as will enable them to sit at the tablo within a few months of their entrance When taking thoir first breakfast at it thoy porccivo tho odor of beefsteak mut- Â¬ ton chops hot rolls and fine coffeo that proceeds from an adjoining room Thoy loarn that there are roast beef and mutton salads and puddings there for dinner whilo for supper thero are steaks chops fried potatoes tea and several kinds of fruit The price of admission to this tablo Is strict atten Â¬ tion to business rospect for all rules and regulations and tho constant ob-Â¬ servance of proprioty Tho food comes high but most of tho convicts arc anxious to obtain it and many of them da Cor Albany Journal m RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street next door to Largest and most complete tock Wbites Drug Store Central Kentucky Our motto Et only 1 run FAST LINE Nos 3 ami via Wln Special Pullman SleeniiiK-Cui-TURFMEN CAN FIND ANY THING IN THEIR LINE- - No 15 leaves Lexington 715 p m ar cliesterSolId Trains with ami KlcliifViHHlVa s ical aud attention given to Microscop Â¬ Goods and Lowest Consistent lYces Cliemicttl examinations of P CARROLL netvvteu Cincinnati rives Paris 755 p in tissues and fftiids of the human body 77 and 79 W Mair St Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed No S leaves Coington 520 p in ar- and Winchester and Washington D U jan 1 1 iy Lkxington Ky 22junetf Through Tickets and liasgftge Cheeked to rives Falmouth 720 p m saddlery and harness house any destination reached by a railroad 7 leaves Falmouth particulars address For DR C S HOLTON jBPKemember the place llerndons Corner Main and Second No Covington 750 a 550 a m arrives agent fullthe Coranuuycr or call on any of in THft Till VaUS GTJTDE is Streets 15 MOUSE Homeopathic Physician end Surgeon Daily Except Sunday SF E II BACON issued March and Se Uen Pasr Apt Trav Pahsr Agt each year It is an encjNote No 3 Daily between Richmond Covington Ky Richmond Kentucky Lexington Ky jclopcdia of useful infc Lexington and Covington H E HUNTINGTON F B CAKR Agt mation for all wto rijann iy Genl Manser Klchraond Ky No 4 Daily between Covington Lex chase the luxuries or U3 Office Main Streetover D M Brigltts ngton and Winchester On Saturdays General Offices Covington Ky Office hours Srjo to noo A Mj 2oo to you and furnish you cllx r olothe 400 P M oil tne neocssary unci unnscesi C C WALLACE Z T RICE Special attention given to diea es of nppHances to ride walk dance slcwomen and all ciifhcult chronic cases eat fish hunt work go to chcrr or stay at home and in various sizcr Patients treated at a distance and styles and quantities Just flruro c t Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad Â¬ what is required to do all these thir rj -dress mayi6 ly COMFORTABLY aad you can mahpaf estimate of the valuo of the BUYEE GUIDE which will be sent u a DR H R GIBSON receipt of 10 cents to pay posta- CO MONTGOMERY WARD Practitioner in Medicine Surgery QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO 111 114 Michigan Avenue Chicago L 51 51 RED HOUSE KY SEE OUR IMMENSE STOCK OF mch2i6m Â¬ MAYSVILLE BRANCH Their home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted stock of Buggy ltobes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as eleN No No 12 No It Daily SOUTH BOUND Daily Daily Dally NORTH BOUND gance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber Ex Sun Kxbtin Bxbun Ex San riding whips of cowhide wagon whips Buggy whips of whalebone fxao a m Masvllte 200 p Le J4inMiH 105 pm Lie Covington of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in variety 635 am 40 p m 4 SP IxiiKton fJSa am 2 34 pm CHile Parts 7 29 3 520 p Silver plated nickle plated and wooden stirrups MilleffelHirg 2 58 pm Arr Mlllerxburg 7 53 am 857 am 5 47 P a 820 am 32 pm Arr Paris 611 p Carlisle 921 Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and strong Lexington 10c 15 am Johnson 915 am 610 pm 7os pa Coviiicton MajhvUle 00 pm 1135 am 1050 amj 740 p shop made and city made 31 lea es Co ington at 830 a tn ar- this train runs through to Richmond Ky Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse boots No rives Falmouth 1030 a in Sunday others are daily except Sunday c toe weights girts brushes curry combs spunges only Direct connection is made Winchester A lull line of collars hames trace chains back bands hame strings No 31 leaves Falmouth at 430 p m ar with ClieNHpettke ami Ohio ToratMt Merlin Ashlnnil Huntington Charleston W Va plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners ries Coington 630 p m Sumlay anil Eastern Cities 1 Oilers his professional services to the puWic jau4tf DR S M LETCHER 1 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on First Street jaitly Irvine Street June2i tf at his residence on II a HW BRIGHT M D Â¬ PHYSICIAN and SURGEON GEASS AND FIELD -- SEEDS W C GOEMLEY CO JR QUEEIff AHD CEESCEIT EOUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads ummer Goods CONSISTING OF New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the Pricipal Points Soii East PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law gSsTWoEfcaWHrtsgaiTrl CBStS WHE8 AIL F1SJ fill rSI H9 Beet Coosh Syrup Tasteegood Mf and SouMbsi IBillBIBliaBMBCHLDBEISHtl Footwear Furnishing Goods THE SOUTHERN ItOUTE TO THE PACIFIC RICHMOND KY Special attention given to abstracting titles to lauds in Eastern Kentucky Office in Cijmax building SE COAST- - Corner Main aud Second Streets up stairs June 2i tf Miraja5aTai I believe Pisos Cure for Consumption saved my life A H Doweix ton N C April TT T Use from Cincinnati with Cars to nearly We have on hand the most complete line of the illOHHIIi ilIllL iMgllL llUllb Sleeping and llafletand Lexington all or important Cities ot tho South without change and Hats We have taken in Central Kentucky special pains in selecting this stock to get the most Stylish Durable and Comfortable Shoes in the market Bear in mind that we handle the best brands such as J N Cloys Zeigler Bros N Hess Bro and other excellent brands that are first das and warranted Egdg Anything we have in winter goods will be sold at greatly reduced prices FsiCE WALLACE rach2l iy KUNNING THROUGH OARS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IN TWENTY EIGHT HOURS Travelers lmve n choice of two kinds of Steeping Car on SFniinn 1 O I ILU JUKKN AND CRESCENT ROUTK Mhiihh KeHUt Bou Â¬ doir Buffet Cur aud Pulimaus Kin eat Palace llullet Steeper State Room Pattern Anl T inn jlliy XuIlO Attorney at Iaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY 11am E T BURNAM A ur xnquirer 23 1SS7 JSdon Cuniiol OlUllill OFFICE with C F on First Street R Uur June 22 tt Tim UBKN e passengero holding tickets via tiilt line urn Grand Central Union Depot In Cincinnati therefore sa veil transfer aoros the City and are assured a Journey attended with fcpeet comfort aud ceuvoulenee Nearly All tlie Leading Railroads aVnt tfiffSSSS Attorney at Miller J A SULLIVAN Xia rer oct6 Travel via- - Queen and Crescent Une ot General Offices St Taut IiulMlntr West Fourth SL Cincinnati Ohio JOI1NUGAULT V O EDWARDS General Manager Actin General Passenser Agent R CARROLL U XRYAN General Superintendent General Freight AgenL 1 S7 J QUINLAN General Advertising Agent RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE on Flrt street same as formerly occupied by County Julige take It without objecti in xy au druggists 2Cc Pisos Cuke iob Cosscmptto cine is Children bwt Proici xroii ly CS nfiaMMCa iggins M STREET Attorney atKYSaawj RICHMOND Office on Second POWELL Street mar 6m June 22 tf 15J 1 S HEW GROCERY 01 UPPER D P ARMEE THE MAIN STREET Profits of a Baker A baker will tosi a barrel of flour into a trouglu Then he tosses 101 pounds of water on top of it A quan Â¬ tity of yoast is aided and then tho jolly bakor has 300 pounds of dough to oporate on The SOD pounds cost him S5 In short order the dough is turned into twkts high loaves pan loaves and other styles of the samo quality The ovens haat re- Â¬ duces tho 300 pounds of dough to 260 pounds of bread Tho baker sells his bread at tho rate of four centa a pound or at an advance of SO per cent over what it cost him Thoro are L400 bakers great and small in this city and to them is committed Uw trust of supplying bread fori 300 000 persons There are many bakers in this city who make 1300 loavos of bread per day and sell it for from 80 to 105 or at a net profit of about 10 Little money is lost in the business and most bakers do a cash trade It Is very seldom that bakers faiL The business is steady reliable and at- Â¬ tended by very few risks unless in- Â¬ competent workmen K Y Journal Most people are apt to think that a country life is more producive to health than lifo in a city but the mor- Â¬ tality statistics of the Grand Army of the Republic show that the death rate of the city regimonts was comparativeÂ¬ ly much lower than that of the hardy mountain and country troops JEWEEEE Is the place to go if 0 want anything in qualities Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands of Roasted Coffee Pure Rio Combination of Rio Java and Maracaibo Pure Moclin Pure Private Plantation Java Pure Arabian Moclia and Genuine Male Berry Java Thase goods are nil kept in air tight tin cans New aud fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and counties unit In the Court of Apjteah Office in Master Commissioners office over Circuit Clerks office June 22 tf Attorney atand adjoining Eiaw Will practice in Madison W S A J REED KMi i J 3J fill 4 i ttr bsaxxasrs paJi its 111 RUM ealKaion 7 K 9KM1 S 7 f 1 81 fifi niltsu IS t7 BV9 1 miSHlM17l8 21 CS 331S it I13K H r 4 23 M stasia n i HU B II 3U 7 14 i rrn 14 is Mir 1 Si tlon t FTaU si si MOBERLEY ii nun is u 17 4 mrB33 iSSpp 3S Attorney atKYIaaw RICHMOND Olltee comer Main and First streets np stairs over Ramseys 1- I iiiium is 17 71 Sis ji 4 r Mi7iaan tt 3J SDS aas323 SS3W1 1 11 7 wtita SV3S3B 8 334S lttSB33S 5 4 UC 7a MUVISK X - 4S 13 1HII 1 T STAPLE S FA2TCY GE0C1EIES Queens ware Glassware Woodeinvrc Poaches 1WI jCQ3rcni mt33S279330 sasm3s ra is 14 ism W3M e7te i llSjMWMW 7S WUB tin igy 2i a r 4 Si Diamonds Watches Clocks Jowclry Fine GALT Etc auglO 1 y in the city -- - HOUSE tM25 sa Sis nnuiiu bswpsaitr s tui tltin is is 17 2Z3S4 1 Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Papor Water Buckets and Wash Tubs Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas Gold Headed Onnee LOUISVILLE KY The Largest aud Finest Hotel J Bewanied are these who rca lilts nod then nvl Ihev kii find honorable tAAtvrlll BAltAk frora m ploy mt ill Fine Knsore Fine Pocket Knives XAZD UZ CATXXAL 6TOCJZ 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