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gov- Â¬ ernment He came home from Russia during the war to accept this position hut not getting an independent com- Â¬ mand to suit him he returned THE CLOSINO OP A STORMY LIFE 13 rOWBXL ftediseuss Ihese piotures stwl T conversation appropriately enough fell an unner room of the into some thoughts akin lo the day Kesiaeky br Mr large ami lonely house ttoihsHomeiii He said araoug other things that he The liotise to whioh I am referring always desired to see the persons hi The Peaeefl Bb4 was built In part by Mr Clays father i markaMf Career his employ especially the young peoofaStaraiy Life General Green Clay early In the pres- ple going to church on Sunday al- Â¬ ent oenlury and cost then 50000 but though he did not go himself I have nwpoaAeM of Mm Whetting W practically the whole alruolure has uo sympathy said he with Inger VaInteUtaCMeer been rebuilt at an additional expense eolistn I have seen too much of life II iimond Ky JiHj 98 Tbtaooun ofS0C00 The ceilings are eighteen and of the world not lo recognize the V aIion from wltleii I writr Is feet high aud t the windows run nlmnst importance of religion to the well be- Â¬ r ol Hie old nnd rieh IMe Grass ami from floor lo celling The parlor is the ing of society I have no respect for a lav4MMits OOHHlles of largest aud most imposing hi its struct- man who makes merchandise out of friar large Una rejiutatkm h t ae It outside ure and equipment I ever aw In a the hopes and longings of his fellow ti - ste as Hie borne ttf Capitis M country Itou c The upholstery Is men and who has no fubstltue to ofler i li fuiKMH aatifclavery agitaler mostly In yellow rep and in conjunct- Â¬ fr what he takes away This I can iIIuui days I am ire your ion witli certain large vases and other say as a man of the world I often t j a tr vwll be hitwested in hearing adornments and pictures makes up a think of what a consolation heir I Â¬ t i ling about Mm lor lie still lives very attractive euserahle indeed li liefs were to my mother and sisters i s iurs f ae epeeitiy thfee wlvo called to mind the great parlor I hnd aud I know it is Ihe only consolation r nliilierllie ieeelt lie delivered at seen in Martin Vau Burens home of thousands of other Hence I alU j ut ujg in 185 sikI the exetteiueut when I was a boy ways respect and uphold the church as altouded it t CLAYS HOME IJFR the main element iu our civilization Clay as he ia familiarly Ca We have no very regular getting While we were thus talking u ser- Â¬ I vi was borH 1h tbteivHiHty irfVlr 1 up lime here said my host and you vant had brought out a basket of flue g a parents awl inherited aiargeAir will be called in the morning And fruit fresh from the tries Continuing - in iiU ami negroes t But lie was so after a good nights t Ieep in my on in bis strain be referred to Ihe work t aeil at Yale College ami this ac airy room I was called about 8 oclock lugs of tbe ecclesiastical system of the c its for his Httli tJavery ldeP He On coming down to the ball where Greek church in Russia The Czar is jjciI lliem at tbe Korili during his are old English lounges i and chairs I the pope of the system The peasantry tJjraiinal frtHrn and never gave found that the old gentleman had ac recognize him as the representative of t mi u afterward He became an ootdlng to his custom made n morning God and he said it was wonderful to a locate of eiimHfliatiun in Ken uipoftansy bitten which be said ho witness the reverence displayed by t j and iu tliia iielttid theoyinpathy preferred as a gentle Ionic to miut and them for his person They are intenserT I to s f me extent tie countenance of so after exchanging compliments iu ly loyal to hie dlvlue right claims I srt at kinsman Henry Ola v But this way we went into breakfast He Nihilism he said was fomented by chim Clay bad mueii more roHOMiie is a man of great simplicity of habits the old slave holders the former c tUjeei held them it w8 on Ihe I try to live close lo nature was his owners of the serfs The peasantry i more leaeiHic4y i ami besides remark I always get up from the bad uo sympathy witli it He said v ii a much bolder man than Heii table with mine appetite left although that Nihilism had been practically res fteala htdotiii- - my digestion is good Not exercising stamped out in Russia as it ought to lay was A r vil and iiu4iMiHiig oowttge An- - much I regulate tny diet accordingly be The government of that country in Jackrtui binee4f never swruB ed Althitug 78 years old I wear no wool was the only government for which t Miipular man Iet4e tell you uiMlerw ear summer or winter I do the people were fitted aud It was a - Hi it he never feared tlie fnee of not even use n cotton undert hlrt I good government Although the Czur uiiIjoii have even now twit to bathe more or less every morning in is absolute yet they dare not disregard U he etmviiioed that euW water and that protects me i inio bin fat I the unwritten law of public opinion t Ae lve never Used tobaoeo in any shape He Clay believes in the manifest is in material exfttegenukMi i k as 1S45 he itiwtfiKH to jmb- - awl sririts only very sparingly I destiny of Russia and said the govern- Â¬ h ii emaneiiHtio wier in Lexing sjhimI a ereat deal of time in the open ment was the only Iriend this country i Lif he was HMMjbed him RWtMeied air In Ihe forenoon I read under the had in Europe during tlie war aud f u ly enough ami anparently Ireea after attending to my corres Gortchacow was intensely anxious for enough he at the pondence ami literary work iu my our success aud gave no countenance t nf the Mexh att war enott f library and in the afternoon I take my to England or France iu their desire i a id- - volunteered hi i ervicea and nap under them on ail iron lounge to lecognize the Confederacy He alhoMgM wliere I use neither pillows or cushions cherishes among his souvenirs a Jubii lac lupany lo lite trout t war wat ttotmmueiy a jRo fhtverj I said Mr Clay you are following lant vote of congratulation from him o4her tlie example of Eniieror William of announcing Ihe surrender of Lee just raI iii Mixieo for Texaa tn ry He ooArsab that he eolM Germany in war times J supHse cabled to him by the Russian Minister Speaking of Gortchaat Washington i j Jij it hi mater of exneilieney lo you mean to live as long as he did tm ihe military itteHic that wiuhli Well saw he I want Ihe air to cow lie had said he could couversc iu e liim hii intlweHi iwl fdlowhig for circulate all around me I am fleshy perfect English French or German enough to dipeuee with cushions and The Czar however spoke English imjii ipitiNi io tliix iSiara they Hltract flies You see I have no only indifferently and he generally A lIOlKLISge CKUSADK Hies about here I have my barns can versed with him In French He did gain fcomu ivresliye aitiHHiglt and outhouses the I Ii ii a ln iier early iu the Mar ami stablesmi as to have no away off in the A KENTUCKY DINNER flies about I did rt new Ma einanciiaiioii eruaade forest house Tliey are my abomination A Thus we talked on until dinner was I V tin- iidlaeiititd Mhiwiitg never linlized On tlie etHitrMry lie praeti lly in a tiHcher of milk destroys that announced A Kentucky country dinmilk for me One reason why I do ner is something that attests the boun c illy led and MMaiosl the ioeleaf HlooeHUS a wild and bloody lime he not care to go from home is the indif- teousness of the blue grass region Â¬ li iil of it A nfcjtol awl bowie knife le-- ference of hotels to this matter of flies Fried chicken and ham are staple arand cleanliness of tabic and house ap- Â¬ ticles of meat as snap beans cooked Viitie mHim lie his crfii4aot with bacon new imtatoes peas tnma trayaid truly the e Hponioos of pointments I prefer this way of matoes squash and onions and the I sb mi And 1h became moie 1K miue best of white com bread buscult milk A VJjKASAST talk i Uian BiaMifek a mum ef Ittood Aud sure enough everything about and coflee No wonder that the Ken- Â¬ un ai his grounds aud his house shows this tucky soldiers averaged over sixty I mil known Mr Clny and eorreo He eight and a half inches in height and l iHiid quite often wHIi him jwt le attention to order unit cleanliness men 1 weighed on an average of 149 pounds I rt tlit war but I iiad not met him is Hie f the most methodical farming class I presume live wiifi he war until this visit Firm I ever saw If an animul dies on his The better than the farmers elsewhere iu vu it out with a friend ami paid him a daee he has it immediately buried and cil uid Hinee tlieu have at Iii iitvi No garbage of any kind is seen any Â¬ the United Stales says nfhecourse iu the lives belter world Mr Clay where Pure air and pure water t Uii jHiit a oourie of days witli him have so niuoh to do with than the Czar of Russia The Czar at is Urge country Ikhmc the largest said he has no blue grass region Mutton is ri J mutt unique eouutry lonne in the health that I want mine as pure as one of Mr Clays favorite dishes aud jmssible c unty and ierhai hi the Stale He After breakfast wc took seats out he has n choice herd of Southdown m tde a spcecli here for Harritton ami sheep hat would average perhaps 145 M rlou Iatl Saurday ami asked me to under the trees aud talked over Kon tueky nd national politics and his ex pounds per head He says they are r u and stay over SuiMlaj with him 51 He Mlji h I did He livea almoM an aier periences and observations in Europe his most profitable stock year sold his and his especially iu Russia He is a man of wool for 25 cents this nuL this big house in Ihe country In sub- sheep averaged over seven pounds to tlie iniiltt of thirty eight acre of forest much information on almost all profitable beciuee trees planted by hl own hands many jects and ot a philosophical turn of the fleece They are he breeds fancy stock and sells them cars ago It ie aeven miles to the mind He Uses words with point and Ho sells to breeders way of Ihe Lex force especially words semi technical at fancy prices West of this uhiee Recently he sold a picked lot to go to riton pike Juiwfere ynu tnru to In their nature Speaking of Kentucky South America Tlie almost in Itavetlie pike ami go aeroes llieoHin polities lie remarked After diuuerwecame out under the rs to his home stauds tlie elm tree un- supcrtiMe barrier to Republicanism is ci riicath w hieii be and lurner eogag the prejudice of slavery anil the war trees again and the old veteran laid e conihal at a political litHMMoii Tlmt is not fast disappearing but de Â¬ down on his iron lounge as is his after There was a handsome iii IMit in whieh otHiilMt both men scends from father to sou It precludes dinner habit utri MMindetl nolo ileatii Clay was us from the natural force of t arid argu- bird cage and canary singer singing led into the liiig ami Turner di ments The best we can hope is to from a limb just above him and ciibiwled Clay Iwrely recovered ami neutralise this prejudice and render it swinging from another limb wasa cedar J iirner died The htrmer having acted passive by arguments of self interest bicket of driuklug water Like mauy in wlf dtfeiipe Has never indieteil ami I regaid success this time as very im of the old tiinen in this country he prefers to drink out of a gourd Leav I course iifcier Irhsl ior Ihe killing of noriant to he future of the country Turner Thin was hie freenml rencontre If Ihe Democrats succeed they will en ing him to take a nap tbe Russian at a iHilitical mealing ami it became deuyor to hi organize politics as lo keep young gentleman and myself started out the South former solid just as they did for a buggy ride over the plantation i jiarcnl to hid opponents that lie whs a iiungcrous man to aUnek None but liefore Ihe war and if they can detach I will take you to a point said he where can see into two or three countuc h a man could have carried on the enough suppcrt In the North especi And so we drove out to nil ally the West they will resist displace Â¬ ties unequal eouteat wjh ittavery here lln knife and pMd wereresneeied but ment by violence if necessary Next elevation where we could see the rich time they will fight inside the Union rolling lauds of Jessamine and Fayette lus argiiuienlH were not and under the il ig and thus avoid counties It was a beatiful landscape v Â¬ i Â¬ re-- Jt CLAY REASONS Ayers Sarsaparilla is preferable to any other for the cure of Blood Diseases Why Bocauso no poisonous or deleterious ingredients enter into tho composition of Ayers Sarsaparilla Ayers Sarsaparilla contains only the pnrest and most effective remedial properties Ayers Sarsaparilla is prepared with extreme care skill and cleanliness Ayers Sarsaparilla Is prescribed by leading physicians Ayers Sarsaparilla is for salo evorywliere and recommended by all first class druggists Ayers Sarsaparilla is a medicine and not a beverage in disguise Ayers Sarsaparilla never fails to effect a cure when persistently used according to directions Ayers Sarsaparilla is a highly con- Â¬ centrated extract and therefore the most economical Blood Jledicino in the It was an BUS awlFIKE Guard against burglars and fire by chasing a burglar proof and fire proot pur- Â¬ JEj VERY DAY -- SMITH h POWELL A BARGAIN DAY AT Oil S Fire Insurance We represent tea of tbe strong est Fire Issukaxcb Compasus in tbe workl We represent tfe Company that has tbe lsrgeai capital in the world the Company that has the largest pakl np eapital in tlie world the Company thai has the largest assets in tbe world the only Company in the world that pays its losses without discount and does not make you agrue in its policy to wait sixty days after fire to get your money All Companies charge tbe same rate then Â¬ 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 expense 22 seen at The Climax THE CARY SAFE CO West Eagle St Buffalo N Y One of the Carey safes can be office 51 25 ill Jl Stags e Store Â¬ 1 Â¬ 1 T Â¬ Â¬ al Â¬ - ia cni--ul- Â¬ After a simple Sunday evening tea the moonlight to await the eclipse What a glorious moon- Â¬ light it was that night The scattered forest trees through which it shown down upon us seemed literally bathed in its splendor Sitting vis a vis with the old Kentuckian looking at bis hair and beard and watching his stern face I could not but speculate upon the tenor of bis thoughts Here lie was at tlie end of a long and stormy life and I fancied he must he contrast- Â¬ ing the moon lit scene around him with the light of other days when he was young on his native heath full of his remarkable determination and rejoicing like a strong man to tun a race He had said to me that he felt at the outset of bis career as If he could do it all himself but now he realized how great the odds had been against him Yes said I you was working at emancipatou iu a retail way The Almighty took the task off your hands and tinished it up by the wholesale And iet said he I have no regrets over my career while of course I would not care to go oyer it again I obeyed my own convictions and that is always i satisfaction Long us this letter is it could be spun out indefinitely with snatches of tlie conversations indulged in by the light of the moon ns wc waited for the eclijise We remarked upou the phe noiuoue that attended the total ob scuiatinn how nlmo U instantly a breeze sprung up and tlie temperature fell You must hunt us the explana tion remarked the old gentlemen as we took in our chairs and made ready for bed and let me know whether after all there is not sometieat iu Ihe re fleeted light of the moon AWC we came out iu THE BEST LIFE OF CLEVELAND market Ayers Sarsaparilla lias had a suc- Â¬ cessful career ot nearly half a century and was never so popnlar as at pf cscnt Thousands of testimonials aro on filo from those benefited by the use of If E Ww hs aMT e 40 gyy cents To send us for one of cur 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 Why not Insure in the Best day a Ayers Sarsaparilla I HEIMMED 11V Dr J C Aycr Trice 81 lx botl lw Co 3 Lowell Worth Mats - 64b FARM WRENCHES BARGAIN AND Insure your house and contents and sleep soundly it will be too lato after you are burned out Our Companies have oyer M 000000 capital and over 100 000000 assets via Guardian Home Lancashire Queen Liverpool London Globe Commercial Umon 5 a bolt- Light Handy end Strong will Outwear and Out- Â¬ last two Ordinary Wrenches ft 43 WANT YOU Eixiucn As BUY CHEAP AmM TjFUn K H M Ww J5L JL This set consists 0 a EwTrcort ITandlo and four ioterchanKwnWe blades 2 screw drirers and 2 chisels fining same all racked in a neat wood bor This toolls constant - useful everywhere around the house at tho office hi the shop on the fanu Pent free on receipt or 5 1 60 Household S D Set CUT PEICES ALL TO PIECES M3 xjgrjjgy 2181935 1 M atent Mush Aslc Your Local Dealer ELLIUGH CO Plantsvllio Conn 51 24 for them if h h not Rt Ihcm lie will Ret them for you or e will ml eihcr en receipt of price as above Stud ttawp fur oar illuttraM cata logue Â¬ PAINTS MAI5SS 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 Harttbnl German Fireman Fund National Total taMtvoac 5tV6tt 31173 3657 ii9ti3ii4 apriS 9m ADRUFF OF Water Benzine Rosin Oil -- CF M Tho Original Wins Simmons A Simmons Liver Medicine St Louis Barytus tViVD OTHER Cheap Stuff Which cost to produce from er Keeul ator Estd by Zeihn iS6c5 M A S L M has for 4 years cured Indigestion- Biliousness u i rar5iA3icK Appetite Sour iieaiacielost Stomach a ncams r astorIIEtc li Church Adams Tenn wntesI mm x saouia nave ocen dead out lor your Lrenuine si A Sim Â¬ mons Liver Medicine I have sometimes had to substitute rTm Zeiiins stuff foryonr Medi piarj cine but it dont answer the purpose Dr J It Graves Editor Thi BX tMtt t Tm rah VUll a fMsv Tah trrIWrl 9 nirbiliranfiiiT Ml A ito in the U S ACourt defeats J HZcihn Propr QSimmons Liv Propr Estd Dont forget Dttt Crnntl q the prices are if you want Diy of any description that away Goods down description that the prices are away down iU UaLLJLXljg want Clothing of any Dont forset if 011 e Â¬ I TO fliC Kl GALLOfL Â¬ Medicine and have used half of it-It workslike a charm I want no better Liver Regulator anil rrr toialy no more ofZedins mixtures 1 1 Â¬ 111 Â¬ li- - 1 111 Â¬ Â¬ WOMIBMFOI vrTAMTY As we drove pact the pot lat Satur Â¬ day iiilit iu Hie fnll liglitof the moon I rnaJe some allimeioii to the place to uriw the old man nut and he sakl io Do you see thote eiiimiieys ii Lire There wmj a bonoo tliere t t t time ami after but uhkmmI I laid m ick in tnat Immm for six ti nt ItH everyone but mjwlf expec t mr to die Vhey tlionght Tunnjr iiiglit Hirvive but I would surely d uie enough he did not die ami here I forty yearn later riding mbl the Lxjicriiot with the eif same IHBO fcTii entrtigti yetevn at 78 to eon fr lit a crowd ami an reudr a ever to ilt fctJ hiuioelf Ib that forty years lie Iiad gone hi making eeahes and hi t iuerim had sered s Minietbr to lus ia for nine yuare Arriving at tlie great kme at about U clock we found alight in room and iuiKib on tlie table HiKh is his lining roeru every night Tis adojiied son mImmu he Itad t ught home with him irom Itussia w as at Tliee the door to reeeive t v o iccipy the great bonee alone liav-II their Generate rooms The ovcr md hii wife who are the bottse- ix rs occmdv a cottaoe near by A i mi in the wide liall showed the- - pto llfs llial nmiimMilMl llu wallfi Oil oer side paintiiies and portraits h me of t hem members of the Imperial ftuiiy Hmi Hobiltty of RueBfa ami among them portraits oftheCsarand 7anuU secially presented niidjar their aMul to Hie ex MlnWer There wasalbo a portrait of Piiuce Gortdin r W tlie Prime Mini ter of Ihe Eni a greater with hi auiograidi 1lhaid Mr Clay than BU ABOUT KEUQION jiarck He r8fmbled a well bred But I must pass on or this letter will German irotesor although be is of pure Slave extraction become too long As it was on Sun Â¬ As tt was late welkl net stop long day that we were thus talking oar us trr i 1 I heir former mistake I always pre Â¬ dicted in former days that they would fight before they would give up power and many persons ridiculed the Idea Tlie Southern leaders look upon the Yailkees as Ihe Russians do the Jews as their natural enemies If they could do so they would iutroduce the Missis Â¬ sippi and lAMiieiaiiA method of carry- Â¬ ing elections iu Northern cities I know the animus that prevails the manufacturing But said I sentiment H gaining ground at the South wherever there are cotton mills and iron works Wont that neutralise the old Bourbon tendency they the leaders No said he will cultivate all that when it is far enough a Ion gaud will ally it against the North as a rival interest Four more years of powerwili give them a big following in the North and discourage ami almost eliminate Republican- Â¬ ism at the South Hence they will strain every nerve to succeed this time Republican success this time is a great counteractive necessity to the present tendencies aud schemes of Southern leaders aud as a ptoteotlon to the best interest of the country In all his conversation you can dis- Â¬ cover the profound distrust of Mr Clay as to the intentions of the Southern leaders Strangely enough however e it would eem he supported Horace GresJy hi i2 aud Tildan In 76 and ap Â¬ proved the Renublloan plan of recon struction Hte explanation Is that lie did so to preserve the autonomy of Hie States as lie puis it Now that this autonomy has been preserved he sees again a new danger from those who would suppress the elective fran Â¬ chise and rule by force as they did in the days before the war Â¬ Â¬ Our friends who have been lookli with much inters for the issue of the authentic and practically ollicial life of President Cleveland by the brilliant journalist W U Hensel are not to be disappointed The work is just out and is immensely superior to the ordinary Campaign Biography It is a charm- Â¬ ing volume hi every way Exceeding ly iutrestiiig hi style it gives the whole history of Mr Clevelands rapid raise to fame and the high position be holds and shows the remarkable qualities that have won him renown It also gives an excelleut sketch of the Life ol Mr Thurmau aud much exceedingly interesting and valuable information respecting the campaign It is very finely illustrated with Steel Portrait of both Mr Cleveland and Mr Thurmau also a beautiful Phototype Portrait of Mrs Cleveland with numerous other portraits sceues Etc It would be difficult to find a man better fitted lo write the lives of the Democratic candidates for President and Vice President than W U Hensel lawyer editor and politician For nearly fifteen years he was one of the editors of the Lancaster Intelligencer for five years Chairman of the Demo cratic State Committee of Pennsylva nia a delegate to nearly all the Demo cratic con ventlonsslnce 1877 Chairman of the State convention ofl8SS delegate Â¬ to St Louis author ot many sketches of public men and notably the cam Â¬ paign biographer of Mr Hendricks in 1834 He has the additional advantage of haviug been one of the warmest Â¬ friends and adherents of Mr Cleveland not only before his accession to the Presidency but since and during that entire time He has also long been an personal friend of Mr indeed Then we crossed over to he admirer and Tburman Lexington pike Limestone pikes are This is undoubtedly the most authen features of the country all through the tic and excellent book published on the grass region Presently we could blue see the farms of Clark county away to subject The work is Issued by the well known the Eastward We passed many house of Hubbard Bros of Philadel- Â¬ negroes mi the pike some on horse buggies and still more on phia Chicago and Kansas City and back some in foot returning from a Sunday picnic we are not surprised to hear that it Is or basket dinner somewhere They havluga wonderfully rapid sale through were generally well dressed and were agents Here is a flue chance far energelio laborers on the various farms round These people said my young yonug men to make money as every about friend will have a good time on Sun- Â¬ family in the land should be afforded to procure this remarkably in- Â¬ day if it takes all they earn during Ihe a Ihuiice teresting and Important work and hat week I asked him if none of them right speedily got ahead iu the world An occasion- Â¬ al one only said he Some of tbis VIEWIXU THE PI103I1SEU LAND corn laud is rented to them at leu dollars per acre and if they make a Sqnatlcrs on tho Ground Awaiting the good crop it pays them fair wages Opening of an Indian Reservation This year the crop is very flna and they will do pretty well Qkeat Falls Mont News of Hie Passiug a bay scales along tbe pike opening of the Black Feet Reservation and a livestock pen around it be re- Â¬ is awaited impatiently here and marked there Is our voting place In throughout Northern Montana A this district No bouse but just a live lorge number of persons Lave gone to slock pen ami there was a still bouse the reservation to locate ranches mines close by They have some lively times and town sites The desirable valleys at elections here said he and I have are fairly covered with tents the great seen genera arguments end up with est rush apparently being to the Big knockdowns The stili houseof course Sandy the famous hay grounds Sold furnished tbe ammunition This lers as well us civilians are on the country is dotted here aud there with grounds and when news comes that small still houses Under the law tbe bill is signed theie is likely to be a they are allowed lo sell by be quart rush Bullbook Valley beyond Fort aud it is wonderful the amount of Asslnlboiue is all staked of I and the liquor that a two barrel per day still tents of the squatter may be seen al that does not run half the time has iu along tlie valley of the Milk River reserve for sale They aro really grog Tliere is n silver lode in the Bear Paw sliojis in disguise Mountains that was located several We rode tut the pike as far as Ken- Â¬ years ago It is understood that several tucky river flvo miles away My parties are on hand watching to locate young friend was just ofaige and fresh this nunc as well ns to prospect for from college and was pretty well up others Chictgo Tribune in geology mnl so when we descended Ed The Presidant has now signed ino the gorge of the river which re the Bill throwing open fur settlement minded roe of a Colorado canyon he the Indian Reservation In Montana explained to me he peculiarities oi the 16maylf Â¬ The manufacturers of same direct that they be flowed on because they have no body and hence they will not cover and therefore will require about twice tho amount of paint to cover the same amount of surface that any Pure Linseed Oil and Lead well rubbed out proporly applied will cover Â¬ 9MO WILLGISfiS prices are away down Dont forget if you want anything at aL that is usually kept in a first class store that I have it and at prices that are down down down forget if you want Boots and Shoes of any description that the prices are away down Dont forget if you want Hats rC4juo 0f aily description that the Â¬ 4- Boots and Shoes Dont ITCHEBJEMEB -- DBALEK IX- - Watebee Ctoeks Jewelry Silver and wftr etc Speiftt attention given lo ttatd SETOHCf DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOUS STOXBS ProtHjitly done ami in a worXwanlWw manner H rniTrr Th Popular m ii m paiitts IN OVER J Mammoth Louisville Store Paid for Old Gold and Syk xt dear SS Dont forget tbe pteee Cash to tlte Poet orHee KicbmoeO Ky jauAlf Cincinnati Ia Entire IndianapoliSj and ffiUmt Cause I iso between TiiTi iTiii 11 i LAFAYETTE Tnlu ECJ T3Z4EC PATENTS WW e 10 Mei AND COLORS it mm I Pullman Slooplnc Cars and Elegant Re cllninp Chair Cars on Night Trains Blafernlflcont Parlor Cars on Say Trains BETWEEN Are guaranteed to bo made of Louis Cincinnati and St W S cur Pure Linseed Oil White Lead Y li tho C I St Ii C Dallirsr and TtaJalla IJae Zinc and other purest and best Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars Pullman It eclininjj Cars First Class Coache materials They contain no water Chair CoachesNew Haggare Cars all run Second Cor Class and throueh benzine barytus or other cheap without change between Cincinnati and St Louis Elogant Reclining Chcir Cars materials will cover 300 square BETWSJ feet two coats manufactured and Cincinnati and Peoria HI VIA THE put up only by Geo M Willging CI St - C snd I B A Short Line Richmond Ky Price Wholesale Commodious Reclining Chair Cars BETWEEN or Retail Miaapali Peoria III asd m IYT soiiiD g rarg T eaejla AT McKEES OLD STAND b a Patent Caveats ami Tnwie Marfca procured Rejeeteil 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tiAAU f SfSfiftS 6tUos u Brooklyn NYt apl26m Winders exist in thousands of are surpassed by the marvels lnve ntlou Those who are in need of omntabla wars that can be done white living at liome should at once send their address to HaJtaU Co- - Port- Â¬ land Mntne and receive free full Informa- Â¬ tion how oiltier sex of all age eaie earn from to to J25 par day and upward wherever tiny live You are atari ed free Capita not rrqui ed borne have made over oO iu Ja single day atlbUwork AU succeed nov 3d ly Sep- - forw bat of KoBgh and Pressed Iraibe30 DETROIT AiO CLEVELAND SftaSmay7if droit JUj a ausoav MM MazteTciqr T DtLau Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Bichmond Ky Our anil Xwvrann Ttok ta Illustrated Bain E a WHITCOMB OIT80IT ay yoojTtoaet Ant G or Phiphutj vJ Pv A arr i BHMYEES Beifdit Apr titftlaad Stua Wzv a Co MiCrt 0a aaaaBKkt atawff jEjaTi dsmgsaffigags n THE CLIMAX PIBUSHBB EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Climax Pbiktikg Co FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE J Editors PRICE PER YEAR 150 12 188S WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER Democratic Ticket FOR FKBSIDKNT an J able a most convincing argument showing a wonderful mastery of the Without being conscious of the subjfot even to its minutest details said Mr application to which his utterance Tlie time for negotiation is over and tho time tor would be put Victor Hugo in McCreary He showed his masterpiece gave expression retaliation lias come to a sentiment which embodies wherein the present bill gave to the the principle of the Democratic President the retaliatory powers which tariff reform He says a very it was claimed had been given hlni by slight change had in fact reduced previous enactment and concluded the price of raw material enor- Â¬ with tlie expression of a hope that mously and this had rendered it the whole fisheries trouble might be possible first to raise the wages settled without friction or Internationwas loudly of the laborer a benefit to the al trouble Mr McCrearyclose of his applauded aud at the im- f to consumer secondly peech was congratulated by a number prove the quality of the goods nf liis democratic friends Washing- Â¬ an advantage for the consumer ton Post REDUCTION IN RAW MATERIAL Blaine but a Democratic President lias acres of land upon which It has 425 000 head of cattle no use for them Sam Sosnlou the perpetrator of tho Preston street tragedy iu Louisville last week Is still lingering In great suf fering at the hospital Tlie deed which was a most alracious one seems to have been caused by jealously of his hardworking wfe Having been for some time out of employment and driuking very hard lie came home and demanded money of his wife and before she could reply shot her three times He then shot himself Mrs Scoulou died the next day iu the bus pital Â¬ ANNOUNCEMENTS FOK AESBStfOK CEHTRftL Vf UHlVERSITY open Â¬ Â¬ GROVEE CLEVELAND OF JJBW YORK FOR VICE PHHSIDBNT ALLAN G TQURMAN OF OHIO FOKCONORBSS and thirdly to sell them at a lower price even while making AT THE CAPITAL three times the profit a gain lor ICorreepoadenee CXisi ax the manufacturer How power- Â¬ Washington 1 C Sept 8 1SSS ful a recommendation of the prinThere have been various rumors ciple advocated by tariff reform namely to reduce the price of raw afloat during the past Week as to the Senates probable action on the tarifi material Â¬ WATER WORKS JAMES B McOKEARY OF MADISON OobimiUee test wek made a fHVor aWe report 011 the bill permitting Ike Rictttttoud NiehotasviHe Ir vine anil Beatiyville Railroad to Â¬ The United States Commerce bridge the Kentucky river o Retarns from the Arkansas elec slow that the Democratic caHdidate for Governor lion J P Eagle rocoivod a majority of 16000 and the other Democratic can didates were elected by big major ites iH6 Â¬ When a man talks about the Mills Bill as free trade either lie talks without wisdom or he talks with intent to deceive the one or the other Either lte is an igno ramus or he is a rascal the one or the oUer Allen G Thurman Â¬ It looks like the long talked of scheme of having water works in Richmond is beginning to materialize Last Saturday morning tlie Ghy Council decided to submit a proposition to the voters to subscribe 30000 for the pur pose of obtaining water works The proposition will be submitted some time within tlie next thirty days Every one can see that it would be an untold advantage to this city to have a good system 01 water works The value of all property would be enhanced insurance would cost less and the pleasure not to say advantage af lorded by water works during the hot dusty summer and the long cold winter as well as the spring and autumn cannot be loo highly estimated We cannot see why anyone should oppose the proposition Lets all vole for it Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AWFULLY AWKWARD The newspapers generally are expressing some anxiety about owe General Bradley wlio seems to have gone into his ltole and drawn it in after him since the August election when lte heard wiMiethiwg drap Let up on the poor fellow lwys lie is only taking a resting spell to learn how to think Interior Journal -- ST 3 r 4 against the tariff He rehashed the old dish of Republican argument and none who went in search of political food had their hunger in the least appeas ed Mr Rhea was greeted with deafening applause when he appeared He gave a clear and explicit explanation of the law of supply ami demand and showed that no artificial interference with tins Jaw could succeed Swope was considerably rattled when he rose for a half hous reply The Courier Journal gives this Iu dicrousdeecription of his actions At one time standing facing the audience rearing upon tiptoes and with his brawny arm lifted toward Iteaven in tlte midst of an apostrophe lie suddenly wheeled square around and ran across the platform to whore chairman Al ton was sitting Be hit Alford half a dozen sharp cracks on the top of the head with his open hand exclaiming excitedly Suppose you had a hundred acres of land suppose you had a hundred acres of land Alford was tlie most surprised looking man ever The suddeness of Swopes attack as it were and lle wild irrelevance of his supposition completely upset the handsome chairman and the house appreciating the utter ludicrousnees of the sceue came down in a roar of laughter Â¬ Ben Harrison is being wounded by his own boomerang which is returning with awful force upon him Tlie agitation of the Chinese question just at this point of the Presidential campaign is exceedingly unfortunate for him Every recurrence to the fact that Ben is in favor of cheap Chinese labor causes his strength among the workingmen to decrease Tlie recent rejection of the exclusion WMSS THIS SOtXD LIKE FREE TRADE treaty by the Chinese government will bring the whole Chinese The coet of the Gtvermenl must continue to be met by tariff question before Congress and it duties collected at our custom will be imperative that some houses upon imported goods and immediate action be taken And by iHternal taxes assessed upon that too just fifty days belore the spirituous and malt liquors tobac- election Senator Ingalls says that co and oleomargarine Grover Harrisons record in the Chinese Cleveland In letter of accept matter is very awkward and so every one considers it who is in ance favor of cheap Chinese labor and THIXKOF IT competition with the workingmen of this country It is certainly 13S430OG9S0 MnpliM This amount is now lying in the Treas- awkward for Harrison But it ury of the United States with no only serves to increase the popunecessity of its being tltere taken larity of Cleveland and tariff refrom the pockets of the Ameri- form can workingmen by an exorbitant LOUISVILLES CELEBRATION tariff Which will you vote for an increase of this surplus or a Louisville has assumed a very tariff sufficient to defray the ex festive form and is now in the penses of the Government econo midst of tlie great Industrial Celemically administered bration Not only the city of Louiso ville but all Kentucky should be BeCREARY SAFE proud of such an enterprise Al most every train whicji entered The Republicans of the Eighth Louisville last Wednesday brought Congressional District on last crowds of excursionists and it is Saturday assembled at Danville estimated that 50000 visitors saw 10 nominate a candidate for Con the parade on that day gress Mr R L Ewell of Lou A Courier Journal editorial re don was nominated and will make marks that there are none of the the race Tltere is probably no older class of business men who man in the district either Demo can remember a nrevious time in cratic or Republican who can the citys history when the general beat McCreary and it was only mass Her ol citzens were so confa question as to which one of tlte ident of the future of Republicans should be the sacri- munity or so reaJy to their com unite and fice co operate in general plans for CLEVELANDS LETTBIt OF ACCEPTANCE general advancement It is im possible to overlook the gratifying The Presidents letter 01 accept- change in sentiment that has been ance was given to the papers Sun accumulating durinsr the nasi day night and appeared in all the eighteen months and which has dailies on Monday It is a6 Cleve made every citizen an active and lands documents always are a energetic boomer of the type most powerful declaration of Dem- which is so familiar in Western ocratic principles Our home in cities We must not lose sight of terests are carefully guarded the the fact either that this feeling is Democratic platform is endorsed based unon more than mere locnl our seale of Federal taxation as it experience and that it is partly now is is exposed and it is piaiuly ine ouigrowtii 01 the change winch illustrated that the consumer and is coming over the entire South not the producer pays tins tax and which has followed the new lie announces the old and tried and successful experiment of di doctrine that every Government is versifying the occupations of tlie a pauper and should tax its con southern people The mineral development in stituents for only so much as is necessary to defray economical Alabama Tennessee and Southern expenses that unnecessary taxa Kentucky has attracted an im tion is unjust taxation lte makes mense amount of wealth and labor mo free trade crusade and closes into the field It has built with with a urgent appeal for righteous marvelous rapidity large towns and cities and greatly increased reform the population of settlements al RHEA RIDBS SWUPE ready ohl and which were presumably beyond the reach of lion John S Rhea met Col vivi tying hand of renewedthe re busiA M Swope in debate at Lexing ness ton last Saturday Col Swope led off with an hours tirade PRESIDENT tLEVELANDS RETALIA Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the hands of the Finance Com- Â¬ mittee and the fact thnt the bill will be Introduced and acted upon during the present session was finally determined upon at a caucus held on Thursday evening at the residedceof Senator Ed Â¬ munds Twenty two Republican Sena Â¬ tors attended the caucus and the dis Â¬ cussion whs limited to tlie tarifi After carefully reviewing tlie several provis Â¬ ions of the bill it was unanimously decided to introduce tlie measure in ten days It was also decided that in stead of making the intended reduction of 50 per tent on lumber that lumber should not be interferred with The reduction on sugar was set at 50 per cent and tlie wool schedule will not be interferred wilh The bill will be introduced as soon as possible but as there is 110 probability that a vote upon the bill cuu be secured an agreement to adjourn will be made and the tarifi bills will remain as part of the unfin- Â¬ ished business of tlie session to be dis cussed during the campaign Should this course be followed it is probable that Congress may yet adjourn during the present month The rapid spread of I he yellow lever in Jacksonville and at other points in Florida has awakened the health authorities here to the realization of tlie possibility of the dread disease being brought to tlie National Capital by some of the fugitives who are moving northward in order to escape the danger Inspectors have been appointed whose duty it is to carefully iuspect all trains from the south and all persons coming from the Infected districts are required to produce certificates show ing that they have spent the prescrib ed ten days in quarantine since leav Â¬ ing their homes aud even those who are provided with such certificates are required to furnish the officer witli their cily addresses here and such per sons will be carefully watched by the health officers It is not thought at all likely that with tlie precautions that are being taken there is the least dan Â¬ ger but tlie action oi the authorities is doubtless a wise oue Some interesting developments are likely to occur in connection with the efforts that are being made by the Speaker to secure a quorum in the House of Representatives Since tlie warm weather commenced it has been impossible to keep a suflicient number of the members in town to transact business and eflorts to secure the re turn of tlie absentees by telegraph hav lug failed deputy sargeants-at-arm- s will bestnt through the couutry to arrest tlie members wherever found The officers will be instructed to accept no promise but to arrest the members bring them In custody to Washington and present them at the bar of tiie House H bill in Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Hon W H Weddington Acting Judge ofthe Criminal Court in Pike county writes to the Courier Journal saying that the frequent reports of trouble In that couuty resulting from the Hatfield McCoy feud are uutrue that there have been no recent fights between them aud that tLe county is as peaceable as any in the State It is a fact that much sensational aud un truthful stuff has been published about Pike county and it is also a fact that the most of It is sent out from Charleston W Va with the direct Intention to deceive the public Â¬ The chairman of the Democratic committee in the counties comprising the Seventh Congressional district held a meeting at Lexington yesterday and resolved if there be no announced candidate for Congress by September 15 other than Col W C P Breckin Â¬ ridge the chairman Hon Wra Lind Â¬ say of Owen shall declare him the nominee of the party If there be other candidates primary elections are to be held October G and the results re- Â¬ ported to Mr Lindsay by the chair- Â¬ men of the respective couuties aud he will declare tlie name of the nominee On Tuesday evening Mrs Tina By ers a highly respected colored woman was coming into Lancaster on the Danville road and when opposite the residence of Mr George Denny she asked Jesse Sweeney if she could ride on a spring wagon which lie was driving in which was a cider mill Youuc Sweeney consented and 111 her attempt to climb into the wagon she pulled the mill on her person aud died instantly her body being much bruis Â¬ ed and mangled There being no Coroner here Judge Eason proceeded to tlie scene aud had a jury summoned who rendered a verdict that she had came to her death as above stated aud that it was purely accidental Lan- Â¬ caster News L W Hudson The sale of J P on their farm nt nnip Dick Robinson on yesterday was largely attended and Everything brought satisfactory prices 62 yearling mare 3 sold atSi30 per head 3 pair broke mules 350 to 600 per pair J 40 acres of tobacco 90 to 101 per acre 40 100 ncres of corn at 1665 per acre acres of hay at 0 00 per ton cattle 4 cts per lb A magnificent dinner was furnished the visitors and every cour tesv and attention shown tliem The atteudancs hospitality and prices all combined to nialie the tale a decided success Danville Advocate The Live Stock Record gives tills From the encouragement to farmers best information obtainable there are deficient crops in Europe consequently heavier crops than usual will be made upon the Uuited States to cover the European deficiency This means bet- Â¬ ter prices for our surplus Our wheat crop iu the United Slates is uot as large as it was last year and is below an average but there Is a surplus from last yearand we will be able to respond to pretty heavy demands from abroad Fortunately the wheat crop iu Kentucky is much larger and better In quality thau for several years Â¬ J HARVEY lor Assessor of Madiwui county subject to the action or12-the Democratic party We are authorized to announce JOEL T EMBRY as a candidate for Asses sor of Madison couuty Fiibjeot to tho action ot tlie democratic party We arc authorized to announce A J WILLOUGHBY as a candldute for Assessor of Mudi on county subject to Hip nnHnn of tlie Democratic par 3 ty Â¬ We are authorized to nnnouiiM the XEXrr session wiii Wnnnftsfe The this R is under tlie supervision of tne raeuuj and no pains will be spared to make Preparatory Departjibnt Madison County School is to Editor Climax Tlie oat is pre eminently the food for the growing horse and always should be used when obtainable if you want to get the best results from him A colt should be so fed and handled us always to be kept growiug ard thriving without any checks either for want of food food of poor quality or unsulted to his needs or from sick- Â¬ ness Another extreme should always be avoided with as much care as pov- Â¬ erty of flesh and what is excessive fatness which usually occurs from too much fat producing food excessive feeding or want of exercise Fatness in any animal means disease not health aud tlie worst of all places is to find it on the horse Lay on all the muscle you can but never allow yourself to be deluded into the folly of mistaking fat for it Tlie best of all places to raise n horse is in a pasture with running water with a comforta- Â¬ ble stable where lie can go in aud out at pleasure with such feeding iu kind quality and quautity regularly given as will keep him iu growing condition at all times If not so situated as to command the above conditions you can modify them to suit your case H H Cunningham Several weeks since I noticed iu your paper a call on me to become a candidate for Assessor of Madison Many Voters of county Signed Having considered the sub Â¬ Million ject I have determined to become a candidate I thank Many Voters of Million for their kind and I must say flattering expressions as to my qualifications I therefore announce University myself as a candidate for Assessor of Richmond Ky June i8thi8SS Madison county subject to the action of Dr L H BLANTON the Democratic party Very truly Chancellor of Central University 13- C R Tudor My Bear Doctor Last fall I started my oldest son then in his twelfth car with some misgivings as to the wis- Â¬ FOR JAILER dom of the step to the Preparatory Depart- Â¬ We are authorized to anuonnce ment of your college and during the JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for second year which has just closed my Jailer of Madison county subject to the special and critical attention has been con- Â¬ 3- action of the Democratic party stantly directed to the conduct of that de- Â¬ We are authorized to anuouuee partment and I wish to bear voluntary received careful JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for testimony that he has instructions from subject to the patient and thorough Jailerof Madison county 3- those in charge and has made gratifying action of tlie Democratic party progress not alone in the studies pursued to announce but also in mental training and capacity We are authorized candi- Â¬ for application SAMUEL BIGGERSTAFF n date for Jailer of Madison county sub- Â¬ The system pursued in the department ject to tlie action of tne Democratic is one that trains the pupil to think reason 3- party and remember Observation logically with the conviction to announce has impressed mc even professional in- Â¬ We are authorized few persons or THOMAS S FERRELL as a candi Â¬ that structors have the aptitude to impress date for Jailer of Madison county sub- theseeducational characteristics upon the ject to the action of the Democratic minds of young boys You have been 4- party fortunate in securine instructors for this respect We are authorized to announce department who are gifted in this services earnestly JOHN HILL as a candidate for Jailer and Ibe secured hope that their young premanently to the of Maiiison county subject to the ac may boys of this community and that the high 4- tion ot tue Democratic party grade of proficiency that now obtains in this department may continue FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT I am very truly yours A R BURNAM We are authorized to announce J B J For further HARRIS a candidate for County Su- Â¬ Catalogue apply to information and perintendent of Public Schools subject L H BLANTON to the actiou of the Democratic party Â¬ all that can be desired Our aim prepare boys for College and at the Â¬ time give a thorough practinal educa Â¬ tion to those who can not take the regular course Special attention will be giver to Writing Composition Book- Keeplng auu Uivn engineering Attention is called to the followingÂ¬ communication from one of our pa Â¬ trons a prominent citizen of the com munity Mr Burnam states clearly the methods pursued aud the character of work done in this department of the LARGEST STOCK OF CLOTHIHG Hats and Furnishing Goods We can not give you a in Kichmond house and lot or a gold watch and chain with every Suit or Hat as we dont ask you that extra profit hut guarantee give you more and hetter to Clothing than yoxi als Furnishing Goods ever got before for same money Owing to backward spring we have con eluded to CDT DOWN OUR STOCK which is larger than ever and in order do so we will almost sell them at to 8- - 5 Chancellor RELIGIOUS Tlie Boone Creek Sunday school vention convenes at Union City tember the 30th con- Â¬ Sep- Â¬ Remaining unclaimed in the Pool Office at Richmond Ky week ending September 11 1888 Brawdes Andrew Jones Miss Georgette Francis Dock Wytes Miss Yerder Higgiambothem S Post Office hours from G a m to 7 Money order aud registered letter M hours prompt 7 a m to G p 31 J B WILLIS p ar -- uN D AT THE OF r Cash Grocery House Your Own Price COME AND SEE THE NEWS PARAGRAPHS Â¬ Â¬ Michael Bach a Louisville merchant oommitled suicide one day last weeK Family troubles seem to have been the cause Davidson and Seelboch have extend ed their contract for the leao of the PlKBnix hotel Lexiuglon to 1 06 at 12000 a year At a Republican meetimr held a Morris Otsego county N Y last week a cannon exploded Killing John Dickson Albert Keargent and Frederick Sage The latest aud practically official re turns from the primary election in the Fourth district give Montgomery for Congress 2738 Clements 2 001 ma jority for Montgomery 737 It is not believed that these figures will differ fifty votes from the official count to be made at Elizabuthtown to morrow It is said that a man named Ituther fold B Hays will be one of the exhib its at tlie Cincinnati Exposition to day He is gradually approaching his sphere as a dime museum curiosity on the strength of his oiie claim to notoriety as the only man who ever acted as President of the United States without being elected to the office or succeed ing to it through the Vice Presidency Courier Journal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ When the traiu whleh bore John J Uorneli on from the Jefferson county jail to that of Mmitgomerv reached the Â¬ limits of lie latter county papers were served ujion Sherifi Clark under a wiit of hubeas corpus made returnable be fore Richard Dorsey a Justice of tin Peace The hearing under the writ not having been concluded last evening TORY MESSAGE DEFENDED Cornelson was released upon 55000 Jlr McCreary Presents the Jleasnre in a bonu Courier Journal Powerful Speech While Chapel n tqualid section ot Lou don has a murder mystery which The opening of the debate on the transcends anything known In the retaliation bill last Wednesday had a annals ot tlie horrible Three women good effect on the sompwhat hhiKgisli have been ruthlessly out to deatli in a circulation from which the House of few weeks the manner in which the Representatives has suffered for some bodies mutilated showing that the weeks past Everybody had become work was that of one man This man wearied of the tariff and a change is known by the wretched women of that promised to bring out the fire of White Chapel but for some reason tho the big guns on both bides was to be police and detectives can not find him welcomed Interest in the subject was or prevent the perpetration of his apparent ail over the House when Mr crimes McCreary who is in charge of the A boy baby was born last week iu Mil to make the introductory the family of a noted horse trainer In speech He yielded for a few moments county who before he was a day fo Mr Belmont Chairman of the this old pronounced the words Go long Committee on Foreign Affairs who explained why It was that Mr Mc- Â¬ distinctly three times The nexl day Creary Itml the bill In hand aud then he began to cry aud kept it up for gave way to the gentleman from Ken three days The father suspecting that lie wanted some kind of horse tueky Mr MeCreary commenced his speech implements put a pair of spurs on by complimenting the President oti him when he oeased orying at once the dignity and courage displayed by aud organ cooing and kicking aud him in Ills fisheries mehSBge and said has kept it up ever siuce Lexington thnt the course of action therein laid Observer down was worthy the aimnival ami Mr Blaine got his stilistics about the bupportof the American people This deposits of British workingmen iu sav Â¬ meseage and tlie mrlfl menace of ing banks from the Encyclopedia Brlt- President Cleveland should be record anniou of 1852 We feel called upon to ed together in history Oue sought to state that Mr Clevelinds Encyclope Â¬ reduce taxes and lighten the burden dia about which so much has been of the people the other looked to the said by our esteemed Republican con maintenance of the dignity ami rights temporaries was edited aud published of the American citizen Mr Mo in the United States aud Js tho very Crearys defense of the treaty which latest edition Bacu nuhiber British the benate had rejected was thorough statistics may be good euough for Mr Â¬ ne The contract lias been let for repairs on the Christian church and the work cost is beinc pushed forward as rapidly as Interior Journal possible CONCERNING FARMERS A series of meetings will be held at Union City commencing Saturday Morelund Lee of Boyle bought of tlie loth by the pastor J I Wills iu Smiley Son of this county a car connection with R R Noel lood of feeding cattle at 4j cents Rev Dr E O Guerrant preached in It is estimated that the wheat crop of the First Presbyterian church last Sun Â¬ Miuesota and Dakota this year will day both morning anil night He was reach a round hundred millou bushels greeted by a very large congregation on both accAsions which goes to show how A Butte Cal man who began farm jHjpulor he is among our people iug on rented laud ten years ago has this year 16000 worth of wheat to sell MATRIMONIAL- James W Haylon of Jessamine At the home of tlie brides parents in county sold to W F Owsley of Burks Cartilage Mo on Thursday Sept 6th ville a Red Squirrel yearliug colt for at 3 l St M r W D Gregory of this 575 couuty aud MNs Susie Buchanan Staud by the sheep urges Rural Home A sheep comes up every six months and piys its debts it does not die Iu debt Robert Burton died in this place last G C P Cecil Danville Ky lost Friday night aged about 20 years on the morning of tlie 27 ult the chest- Â¬ HARVEST EXCURSIONS nut mare Belle by Stockbride Duke from colic She was the dam of Bessie To Minnesota Dakota Montana C 230 and King Bee 247J at three For tlie information of all parties de- Â¬ years siring to take a trip through Northern Mr Henry Hughes has sold the bay Minnesota Dakota or Montana for mare Skylignt Pilot by Strathmore the purpose of looking over the country dam Twilight by Mambrino Pilot or with the idea of selecting a new She was sold to some Spanish gentle- Â¬ home within tlie boundaries of the men and goes abroad at once Price graudest wheat belt in the world and stated to be 10000 an agricultural country suitable for It is a teamster in Maiue who claims diversified farming dairy and stock that lie can start the worst balky purposes the St Paul Minneapolis horse by taking him out of the shafts Manitoba Ry will put in eflect a rate and making him go round iu u circle for the mind trip from St Paul to until he is giddy If the first dance of points on its line cheaper thuu ever be- Â¬ this sort dont cure him tlie second fore Aug 21st Sept nth and Oct 9h and 231 tickets will be sold from will all points south and east of St Paul There is a very remarkable apple tree For maps and information apply to iu Rockingham couuty South Carolina your home ticket agent to any agent it is said which has borne fruit a num- Â¬ of the company or ber of years but has never been known F I WlIlTNEY to blossom The fruit while resem- Â¬ Genl Pos and Tkt Agt bling an apple in size and general ap11- St Paul Minn pearance tastes like a pine apple Half Fare Excursions The tuccessof European farmers with On September 11th aud 25thOctober all the forces of nature against them C By should be an inspiring lesson to our til Â¬ 9th and 23rd the C I St L Kankakee Line will sell tickets to lers of the soil The Ainerlctu smalt farmer 1ms only to unite brain work various points lu Iowa Nabrnska with hard work to make himself iude Wyoming Arkansas New Mexico penkeiit and oomfortube if not rich Indian Territory Dakota Colorado But without this uniou of brain aud Montana and Texas at one fare for the Â¬ baud there can be 110 great and perma Â¬ round trip Tickets will be good returning withiu thirty dys from date nent success Atlantic Constitution of sale Stop over will be allowed The Loudon Agricultural Gazette within tlie final limit of tickets at any says thnt a donkey died two years ago point in the territory to which reduced at Cromarty that was known to be at rates are made ut least 106 years old Its death was Call on or address nearest ticket not from this great age but iu coiisp agent C I St L C Ry or queuce of a kick from a horde A fa Â¬ John Eoan mous old barce horse died recently at 12 19 GP T A Cincinnati O Warrington England iu his d Ice Cream Soda Water at 5 cts per year For horses to live till past glass nt 62- S DinelliS thirty is not at all uncommon and ten years or so beyond tins The sherifi of Knox with seven guards armed with Winchesters came dowu Tuesday after the Bell couuty murderers Alvis Turner the Hender sons Hensleyselc six iu all who had been iti jail here nearly a year aud who had obtained a chance of venue to his county Several of tbe friends of the prisoners came along aud the otllcer was certain that an attempt would be made to rescue them To guard against this he had men stationed at every station between here and Iiue ville to give him the alarm if there w ere suspicious movements Tlie whole party was very much excited but for- Â¬ tunately their fears were groundless and they got their men safely to the point of trial though at a tremendous Â¬ SeBu A protracted meeting is being held lea For Sale W B Jones of Silver Creek lias five hundred bushels of pure Fultz seed Rev Mr Williams wheat extra film qunlitv and very Elder C P Williamson will begin a clean for sale at 100 PPJR BUSHEL protracted meeting at Spears in Jrssu A wimple of this wheat can be seen at The Climax office Cill and see it niiue county to night Rev Mr Wingate lias sufficiently recovered to attend convocation which is lu sessiou at Mt Sterling Dr J V Logan will occupy the pul- Â¬ pit of the First Presbyterian church next Sunday morning aud night 13 15 1 at the Baptist church by the pastor DYKES A full and complete stock of HJWIUL liUJWl 11 nil liiini LARGEST STOCK ox FINEST GOODS North Second Street NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES GROCERIES STAPLE AND FANCY oiifeciiorteries Crazmed oods ICRiFrwVsY O PGcn and t ujr Xfrrled 53uitj Stofsft Danger of life 6 W WB Iothor e6hud 1 ever named for same quality of goods at the oldest Clothing House in Richmond rIfjj- J B STOUPFEE i V I4 iz ail Drtfist3 VRBADrtELD Rt CULAlOBCO v -Jl-T- QV 13 1G and plenty of every muy2 tf tiling in ray line This house is SHACKELFORD Fib st Street GENTRY SttMj Commercial Collage EISmOTE Occupies 3 Large IZalls and 7 JZoom - JJ k CO II MWS Â¬ Iron and Agricul Strictly CASH Basis The Largest Hardware Furnishing and tural Stove House The best goods are Tinware House in Richmond kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOUSE IN FAGT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR MORE IN THIS TOWN ON A died or HrrHTHfTM or Short huuJ Wrltioz Trlerpl7 Cheapest Bas Busnoss College in the World flonar n J flold Hea over all other 1o11n at II Mt Rrio tilnn for Svstem of M fiTok Krpitvt an1 Jtsina JJveatton year Nearly lore stulent in nttendance the HKCno Irom 39 MttH anil ForVgii Countries fU n Tnohers employed fJmri tot nWBoiiIncsii Htf Book keeplnsr FotiTiauHhip Commercial Business Arithmetic Law Merchkirltlnr BnnUntr Joint Stock Man HiIp ss Practice Mercantile nfacturinr Correspondent A- of V Business Conrae Including Tuiil n Hatterv and Board In a nice faniilr ahAut fWi UJhort unn Trpe wrltinnnd Telegraphy nroprrlnl nrntrs tles haespctal teachers tlintflRustm and can Course be taken alone or nth Lady I pnrtment Tor X ntMca Principal Ktmove l IjEXINISTON vYHaNamfInn1 health Â¬ ful cltv or 3d MO lnuattitaita and is accessible by lead Ine rallrmirt aSTNo Ynrntlon Entr nor GradoatA Tnr Orrulura address Guaranteed h ici VIJLXUR Ire IugtcD Kr Inatios IXtMlntiM IIsict pt A uiu4 tf TRIAL Ittirs rTtut 09prctl R3XrrI 9 18 Beware of Fraud as my name and the price are stamped on the bottom of all my advertised shoes before leaving the factory whicli protects the wearers The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairy against high prices and inferior goods If The Farmer can find all he wants under our roof Machinery Trace c ir adenerotiers W U DOUGLAS shoes Hames Hay forks Shovels c at a reduced price or saS he has them The Carpenter and Builder can find all he wants without my name and price stamped on The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the only complete stock of Iroi the bottom put him down as a fraud Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the town We of course cant enumerate all the goods we handle but ask aH to come arJ see for themselves the stock of goods we keep in our 127 foot store kose The w I OATTTION We keep constantly on hand a large stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE all kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON M KERS M TE RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all goods in otner lines tha e handle Special attention given to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts c for Tula 5 Barns We are the agents for the most celebrated -- Farming Implements and Machinery find THBEE FLOORS PULL OP USEFUL GOODS TO PHYSICIANS Residence and Grounds well Improved for Sale Desiring to remove South I oiler tor salo privately my house aud grounds at Onion City Madison county Ky The house is a frame weatherbonrd ed plastered and papered with large windows weighted siHi inside blinds ttaiued glas in hall The house con Â¬ tains ix moms with latticed veranda Brick eluiiiiies anil good kitchen well or wft water 20 with Krle- feet deep at door Another everlast- Â¬ ing well in the yard and pond iu lot that never Roes dry FOR Iluifuy house good stables and other GENTLEMEN buildings The only fine calf 3 Seamless Shoe in Fine young orchard and excellent the world made without tacks or nails garden As stylish and durable as those costing 5 or J6 and having no tacks or nails to wear the stocking or lnfrt the feet makes them as comfortable and well fitting as a with good post and rail fence all round hand fewed shoe Buy the best None stamped on bottom W and a beautiful grove of locust trees au genuine unless Shoe warranted L Douglas 3 an acre iu extent W L DOUGLAS 4 SHOE the original The grounds front three hundred feet oa the principle street of the vil- Â¬ and only hand sewed welt 4 shoe which lage and my office is in a neat aud equals custom made shoes costing from 6 convenient drug storo immediately on to 9 the street W L DOUGLAS SHOE is unex my stock of drugs celled for heavy w ear250 I desiie to sellproperty along with the Thero i j W L DOUGLAS 2 SHOE is wrn by room for a stock of fancy groceries should the purchacer wish to add such alt Koys and is the best school shoe in the world goods to the stock AH the above goods are made in Con Union City is a nice orderly village on the Richmond and Jacksons Ferry gress Button and Lace and if not sold turnpike seven miles from Richmond by your dealer write W L DOUGLAS nod six Irom Kentucky River and lias Brockton Mass two general stores post ofliee express JACK FREEMAN Agent Richmond Ky facilities two blHoksmiih shops with wood shop oue saddlers shop a school 8 24 house with Masonic Lodge brick Church occupied by two denominations QSSAT AK32tA2 Sevprnl ronds centre al Union Citv MEAT CUTTER I have practiced medicine at Union t7qlled mod fir City for twenty year and know it to bett mutd tbeMk far Hub Slimt he oue of tlie best country locations in Satnc Serpple CrwHMttH Kentucky IuAirxSuk Jib Ac K IJtt atet axnresa A reasonable price aud easy terms are oiiereu AMERICAN JlPG COj I refer hy permission to Drs Jen Â¬ Sd WuMiton A7 nings aud Poyhi and Cashier J E 8 17 Greenleaf 1st National Bank Rich mond Call on or address me ut Ulaon City Uonelsou wdl make you Hsgiuida Respectfully buggy or carilage as jmu be bought 8v any vber In Araerioa Dk JOkN W HARRIS apr4 tf Â¬ We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only employ t most competent workmen Our Mr Gentry being a practical meclnnic himself give special attention to all work done in that Hue ROOFING GUTTERING RE 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 wav rf cc markets and buying our goods strictly for cash enables us to bav at the bottom and that benefit we give to our customers Dont forget that you can always finJ thi lowest prices and the best goods at the old reliable house of SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO- - t mch2i tf BEAUTEFY YOUR LAWKS ga ft LLER JS TUB FITTEST --lV D JiEsl X a t L DOUGLAS 3 Shoe 4 Pstented March 23 87 FOLDING LAWN SETTEE The Peer of all Lawn Scats Above cat represents onr patented Settee The only Settee ever made that will adjust itself to uneven ground sixty-secon- Good crowd at Joe Newlands sale Wednesday Household furniture and farming implements sold well Dairy con s from 15 to 8560 Horses 50 to 124 pair work mtilw 330 cum iu tin field 1 07 to 127 wheat 70 cents at the thresher Store In Peach ersville sold at the two thirds cost of goods Seven sows and pigs 1275 for the sows 40 clwiee hogs So 01 ier owl shouts 360 per head Interor Journal Â¬ Louisville Tobacco Market ByOlovcr Durrelt Louisville Ware Houie Tobaeoo greatly burlev A gigantic land and cattle deal has aud willhere is being very emailreduced by the certainly be recently orgaulzad as The Ameri been lat of tlie year can Meat Company iiomlal capital The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ 250u0000 under theIaws of Kew resent our market on Burly tobacco Trash not eolory ami tobacco dam Mexico It is the result of a consoli Â¬ 0 850 dation of many ranches including he aged by freezing 350 00 to1400 to Colory Trash famous Dorsey rauoh besides the I11 Common Lugs not oolory 900 to gereoll Hadley Dwyer Halcomb and 14 00 Colory Lugs 14 00 to 1700 Palo Blanco ranches in Northern New Common LeRf 1400 to 17 00 Mexico comprising 40000 acres of Medium to good leaf 17 00 to 2800 deeded lauds and 75000 head of capi- Â¬ 28 00 to Select or wrappery leaf tal The company takes lu over 4000 2860 Â¬ Sales on our market for tlie past wtfk ju t closed amount to 1442 hhds with receipts for the same period 769 lihds Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 58807 hhds Our market this week has been irreg- Â¬ ular and dull Tlie reports from tho country indicate that considerable 1m mage has been done the crops in some localities by the unfavorable weather conditions The stock of old Light durable handsome and strong Pointed bright red and ornamented Prices Settees 150 and 350 Chairs 5130 Rockers 300 each They all fold flat If your dealer dont keep them ask him to order for you from AKE2I0AH FOLDXZfll CHA1E CO 1301 to 1323 H Main SL It stands at the head of an gcod ncrana TV GMtee to bar tfee bert orfom ibor J scan elres WHU Uw merits ot out umrnm ia take oar wont far wfcttwa Mr but vt jliJ t organs us lMtruBWaa if so dealer wifa locaMtj- witte to tbe factor - w J ST I4OUIS 3XO 41 15 AAJress MILLER ORGAN CO 9 S4 I Excursions Business men and settlers looking for new locations or Investments can reach all principal points in Minneso Â¬ ta and Dakota at n cost of one fare for the round trip by availing themselves of the excursions announced via the St Paul Minneapolis Manitoba Ry from St Paul Minn Tickets good for SO days Very low excursion rates have been made also via this lino to Helena and Great Falls Montana tickets gotxl for four months Further particulars can be obtained by nddress Ing O H Warren General Passenger Agent St Paul Minn or IT E Tud per Dlsr Passenger Agent 2S2 Smith ClarfeStreet Chicago eow TlH revrtBUOOlKd work that can fee performed all over wr eonutry without nlB tte m -ny Pay liberal from tatr boroo do the work attber seic yoancor ne Apllal not sfieelal ability required yon are Marten tree OaC this oat and y 10 as and vre will sead free so of Kreat value aad Iraaoitaaee to rev will Mart yott la boaiaeN which Uwi r J1 yoo In more moaqr rial away thin aim la the world Grand ouific Add em Tnte Co AagsMe Maine hnlHA t wortl hlfBlarywonders AnoAiur tlM daring 3- - nTLul nl ttTSTen sot 38 lv - ind St near Garnett House School Books at Willies Drug priBfcfe - 5 r M THE CLIMAX 7iFsIAYEPTEMBKRi2 i8 I X V tor UV ter wrk6 Rates ownmencori p rl ic 12 Court legfcu nest Monday Moa- - J II Mosss Sale Tlie Degg Mile came off last Tuesday as announced with CapL Ballard a auctioneer ana Mr J E Greenleaf clerk 8 Poland China shoats sold at 1505 per bead 60 bead of cattle different age d at cts 1 joke oxen 10 50 1 yoke 1 yoke I99 t joke Old corn 3 al 3 35 per barrel No land was r covtred from his recent sickness to be to ride out in his buggy ae DRIP ROCK fcr Clucago - tjon to Ve hekt at Cvnthiana ThmJiv and Wednesday September i8th and V- - C C Smith reports much etckiteas loth The entries to this trotting meetrng c aiJ flux w e Wliitiiii dtatrtct are Mtawv and congirt of some of Kerr tckj s best animate Admbon 50 cents K J tHcTribble aJvwtibejHcut of sev Per particulars address A - na for sale by executors of Alex- - Ladies free e S WeteJj Secretary - r Tibbie -jcn list Friday I S w is the time to atfwMwe IhefciiTeote We extend the thanks of The Climax of Richmond 1b the Abdallak Park Asaocfetkm for a m mm Tc Dirtaw MOl will be tetd at puMtc onmnHmentary ticket to the faM cekbra- Him AWallah Park Conft of Appeals Prom the docket of the Court of Ap peals September term we learn that the cases of Clay vs Chenault and of Moore Cz a I niverwty witt begin Rs annual vs Mooses Heirs are set for October 5th l us morning A large number sc Under leis have arrived and there is Barlow the Argument Docket the case of cl c vs McClintock is set for 11 e oi a FucceseAri year November 15th Also the Docket of the T c Lexington Press says BMty Devore Superior Court puts the cases of Rowland e t ic boss bus nan of the State Guardian vs Doofens Admr and Dunns J o all the fairs this year and Trustee vs McAlpin SCo for Wed nesday September 5th czi unic with his pockets ftllt Mr J B WilK 1ms retired from the inei-s and ttas rented rooms in Tens property en Second street t j Â¬ 1 1 -- 1 Â¬ National Bank building -- Cleveland or llarrissn I Jlin Farleys store are having a - 7 c a of paint This will add mate A novel scheme has been hit upon by Lorillards Climax Plug Tobacco Co r 3 3 lie appearance of Main street It consists ot a neat card with detachable 1 - Independent Order of Immaculate circulars with the request that each voter w CLbrate their seventh anniversary in take one and return it to the company Street with a red tin tag t 1 ace on Saturday Sept 39th taken from the Climax I an J music by the Nicholas vitte Plug Tobacco placed over the name of the I1 Presidential ticket which the persons in- Â¬ Beneath is a certificate Z t or ten boys and girls from Eetill tends to vote for passed through Richmond this which the person signs declaring on his cvr en route for various schools Why honor that he is entitled to vote and will Cj 2 our own institutions have a firmer vote for llie ticket to v hkh he has attached the led tin tag The company will count J a Estill the vote thus received about Oct 10th and E top Dudley wW be here on Saturday publish the result They belive that a rnJ a Ciass will be oonCrmed on Sunday very fair estimate can be obtained in this y Reinccke Business Manager of the way win accompany him on c ndiman mww 7 c VaJison nfjwm Cliany Etuillnei J B Puiona In selling out Ao go to Judge French Upton of The Climax T xa He intends to start lu a short as in LouUvHle latt week attending the limp great Industrial Celebration Died on he Middle Fork at the Elizabeth the infant d aughler of Capt home of her husband Mm John L and Mrs J A G Williamson is very ill Edward with little hope of her recovery F R Davidson Is in Estllljcoutity on busJnenj this week looking after the Prof R L Preston of Lyncburgh Va has arrived to assume the duties of Profes Â¬ log trade lu that section sor of Latin Central University Wenre having plenty of rain and Mr F B Giooke of the firm of Crooke corn Is selling at Si per barrel Crops Bennett Urmston is in the East laying are better than have been known for year in a new stock of goods for fall trade Mr K J Engle County Superintend- Â¬ Judge V H Phillips Messrs S E ent was here a few days ugo looking Holloway R M Berch and J H Welch of NichoiasviHc were in town j csterday after the interest of the public schools of the county Misses Sailie and Lucia Burnam have Vm Itoark Mary L and Nauille J returned home from an extended trip to his sl9ters of Clay coutityi who were Lake Chautauqua Quebec and White visiting friends and relatives here Mountains have gone home Miss Kyle who is in charge of tile music T W Parsons Is having splendid department of Madison Female Institute success selling Cleveland and Tliurmau has returned to resume her duties for the badges which show how strong De- Â¬ ensuing year mocracy is at this place Mr G F Edwards and son and three Preston Cox while floating logs in other gentlemen of Estill county left Kaugheuer Creek was caught by a yesterday for Bozcman Montana on a fulling tree and had his brains knock Â¬ prospecting trip ed out and the tree came very near Mr G II Gerry and family of Berea killing five or six others who were in have gone to Illinois to live Mr Geny the creek with him Mr M S Cox will take the position as principle of the was so badly hurt nt the same time school at Woodstock that he has not been able to leave Hon J P Eagle the Governor elect of home since the accident Arkansas is visiting Mr John Doty in KINGSTON this county Mr Eagle Bays he was Senator Bennett and A R Burnam at ended court in Irvine last week The Cockrill case was not tried Augu Birn to the wife tSOlliairl -- elected by 16000 Miss Bet tie Smith of Missouri is with lier aunt Mrs W K Denny on Main street Miss Smith will remain here this winter and attend school -- Miss Florence Terrill left on Saturday to attend school at Midway Mr Don Fulkerson brother-in-la- is visiting his Dr Mr Will Parrish book keeper for the spend some time with relatives Lilly Mining Company at Lilly Ky is at home for a few days His friends Mr Fanning of Kans is City is with arc always glad to sec him his sister Mrs C M Moody this place Messrs w J V Bales will C J Bales start to Virgiuia lo V X ay to Beattyviile r property on Main street advertis ed sale by Mrs Faukoner and Mrs on last Saturday was not sold F I b were not suciently large and tin The Falmouth Fair is in progress this rs have decided not to sell at pres- i week Round trip tickets 3 20 The Colored State Fair is being held in Lexington this week Round trip tickets TIiC Methodist Conference is in session 3 week at Nicholas vitlc Dr Hender for sale at 165 s n and Judge Scott are in attendance The Kentucky Central Railroad will sell V Henderson will probably be returned round trip tickets to Cincinnati on Tlturs re next year as both his churches have daj- - September 13th Kentucky Daj-- for Vioned for his return 250 good returning until Saturday f The Hirvey on the Louisville Southern An error in our paper last week made us sav in a local column headed Notice is now complete to Nichoiasvitle and the is now coming toward Richmond arning May Rice instead of Mnrj corps R ce and the article was signed P C Work will begin within the next few daj s Rite instead of Jas C Rice The notice in Jcsamine and within the next six a 1 ir reeled will be found in another weeks in Madison cOiumr Mr T B Taj lor now of Winchester here Monday evening quite HI v uicr He Has met at the depot by brother Mr D Z Taylor who c eicJ him to his home in Waco in a I j lie has been ill for several days a - J U feared that he will have a serious of sickness H B Dillingham S B White Mr Hiram Quinn of IllinoN is on a Mrs Wm and W D Oldham have returned from visit to his mother-in-lathe East with new stocks of goods Look Buulware out fur their advertisements Mr L D Maupiii and family will Mr Newland Jone6Jr who has been remove to town next week to make it in attendance at the summer course of the their home Law Department in the University of Elder W B Stivers has sold his Virginia has returned home farm containing 50 acres to Harry Gol Dr G A Embry and daughter Miss der for 1000 Maud of Irvinecame throngh Richmond Prof James Rice appeared last week on Saturdaj going to Lexington where from Missouri and opened school at Miss Embry will enter Hamilton College the Academy last Monday morning UNEXPLAINED Written for the Onrter JonriMl I passed this mom a ftower stand And something touched toy cheek A something seemed to gmep my hand That had no power to speak A friend came bj- - aTcJ n and with me talked Then onward went his way - Mary Belle Miller so well known But still a something with me walked That had no words to say an ng us for her musical skill has gone t j Urccn Hii Tenn to take charge of a Yet all that day I sat apart ca in union at that place Miss Miller And smiled upon the street - a hot t of friends in this place vho A something passing through my heart s iC rcgrcting much Her departure from Divinely glad and sweet R itnond wish tier every success and hap And oft I tried to call its name 7 in her new home Have wondered why twas sent This something that so sweetly came We desire to call attention to Mdlle lire Jt Ills chorus which she will organise And from me sweetlj-- went morrow evening Richmond has al The above clipped poem is by Mrs J ai s had an excellent reputation for mui I McKiuney formerly ot this place and talent and this opportunity for so well known as Katydid She now should not be neglected lives hi Dacatur Alabama Mdie Bredelli is well known here al ready and comes with the highest recom Mauiaittk Peaehes nicndalions from Lexington and etsew here One day last week Mr W T Barnes In last weeks issue we noticed that J C Came into Tub Climax office with a sack that appeared to contain a lot of small wa JIne eight year old son of Mr John C termeltons We were about to apply the Ballard while playing with a pocket Bogardus kicker for bringing us small knue accidentally stuck the point of the mellons the town being full of large ones blade into his eye Dr Taylor was sum Â¬ toranickle When lie opened the sack and moned and pronounced the accident a nous one and advised that he be taken turned out upon the table several peaches ft at once to Dr Sadler of Cincinnati Mr that nearly naraly2ed us They were a red and yellow color and measured Bland Ballard took him down on the rich eleven incites in circumference Tliev alternoon train Dr Sadler says that were from the orchard of Squire tie iight is entirely gone and is endeavor- - ter at Millgrove but whether or Ed Hes not he ng to prevent the ball from decaying and was looking when Mr Barnes got them to save the other eye It was a painful we do not know Squire Hesters trees are vi und but tte child bore H Kkc a soldier breaking down under the vast weight of peaches notwithstanding lie has propped We publish an announcement this them The ends of the limbs break off morning from Mr 11 J Albertaart in beyond the props The grafts came from uuichhe tells the people of Richmond Richmond Va and no finer clingstone t at the City Council has decided to have pea ch can be found aij the houses m Richmond numbered Mr John Tipton of the Brookstown They have made a contract with Mr vicinity sent us a lot of peaclies the same Albc tzart to put up the numbers on all day Had they not encountered the houses and the city furnishes free a plain Hester bombs they would have been Kack and white number on a piece of tin some pumpkins themselves Many persons will probably wih much handsomer numbers and to all such Mr PERSONAL Albertzart desires us to state that he will furnish more elegant numbers at very Mrs W B Smith is at Aturn Springs reasonable prices He wilt call upon you Mr J Cooper Hughes is in Loukvtllc tiis week We hope the people wffl see il that Richmond is as handsomely this week decoraW with house numbers as anj Col Roj C White was in our Sanctum other city It will add to the beauty of Monday our little city Mr Edwin Tribblc is very sick with 1 -- Rev J H Morrison of Louisville is W D Gregory and bride spent last the guest of Dr L H Blanton He is a Sunday lu our village with Mrs warm friend of Central University and Gregorys grand father Wm Boul comes to be present at its opening on next ware Wednesdaj Miss Nannie Tmior left on Monday Mr Jas B Stouffer has gone East to morning for Hamilton College Lexing purchase a new stock of fall and winter ton Ky where she will attend school goods Mr Stouffer will bring back an this year and next excellent stock as he alwaj s bujs well I cume very near forgetting to men- Â¬ and sells cheap tion the ruins we iiave been having Mis Nannie Harris of Union City and I do so for fear other correspondwho thought of going to Wards Semients will think I had not noticed it nary Nashville has changed her mind Mioses Rose and Hallie Walker are and with her sUtcr will attend Madison visiting relatives in Garrard Co Mrs Female Institute K L Breck is also in Garrard with her Mr R II Adams of Little Rock Ark sifter Mrs Dennj who is not expect Â¬ has returned to Central Universitj- - Mr ed to live Adams is the representative of the Uni The much talked of picnic failed to versity for the Inter Collegiate Oratorical come oft on last Saturday on account Contest to be held at Lexington this year of the rainy weather but at about 6 v Mrs Jessie Williams and daughter of m the youngsters met at Mr L H Winchester were in ths city last week Maupins ami tripped the light fantas- Â¬ Mrs Williams expects to take charge of tic till just about 9 minutes to 12 the Willis House in a week or two She oclock as a comes with high recommendations boarding ltouse keeper INSTITUTE THE COLORED TEACHERS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The McMahon 4 days Mr Green B Miller pointed instrucive and intelligent days Miss address was ably presented by Mr Smith days Mrs Mattie F Dale 3 days Miss Mattie and greatly appreciate by all who heard it Linie Morgan 3 Haynes 2 days Mrs W H Riley ex VVEHFJUAY MORflimh institute assembled in the colored HajHtU fcWd fof illness Miss Minnie G Bennett church at 930 a M Prof J S Hathaway 4 days Miss Mary fi MHlcf 5 days J Mrs days Mr F L presiding Institute opened by singing No Amanda Williams 3 Gospel Hymns Prayer was offered by Routt 5 days Miss Narcissus McBane ex 77 the conductor Minutes of the previous cused for illness Miss Lottie R Riley ex session were read and approved After cused for illness Mr R H Royston 5 reading the minutes the roll was called days Mr G T Embry 4 days Mr G Number of teachers present twenty six W Green 5 days Mr G T Embry made a few practical re marks on the topic under Written Arith COLORED CoUNTY TEACHERS1 ASSOCIATION metic The teacher should accept only County Teachers Association convened SUfch solutions as are neat and systematic in the Baptist church after the dismission of NExt camS the discission of the topic of the Institute Abg 29th and went Into or Primary Grammar by the conductor and gahiiatioil After the constitution of the members of the Institute After five min- Â¬ Association was read the Association elect utes recess the Institute resumed the discus- Â¬ ed officers for the ensuing year Mr G B sion of Advanced Grammar Mr J O Miller put in nomination J O Whittaker Whittaker and G B Miller and other mem- Â¬ for President Mr J O Whittaker put in bers of the Institute in a few telling re Â¬ nomination Miss Lucretia Miller On mo- Â¬ marks showed the evil effects of teaching tion the chair appointed Mr A R Cobb false syntax Adjourned at 12 St and Miss Lizzie Morgan as tellers On mo- Â¬ AFTERNOON SESSION tion Mr A R Cobb was instructed to cast Institute convened at 130 V M in col- the ballot for Miss Lucretia Miller Presiored liaptist church Prof Hathaway pre- Â¬ dent of the Association On motion Em siding Opened by singing No 282 Gospel mett Embry wat instructed to cast the bal- Â¬ Hymns After toll call the minutes of the lot of the house for Mr A R Cobb Vice morning session were read and approved President On motion Mr M D Mason Next came the discussion of the subject of teller was instructed to cast the ballot of Primary Composition The topic of Pri Â¬ the house for Miss Mary K Miller for Secmary and Advanced Composition having retary On motion the teller Mr Mc- Â¬ been exhausted the Institute took a few Mahon cast the vote of the ltouse for Mrs minutes recreation before the arrival of M Scudder for Treasurer of the Associa- Â¬ Prof Barbour The lecture given by Prof tion On motion the Association adjourned Barbour of Central University Richmond at 4125 P M was very interesting and instructive The The Association convened immediately apparatus used by the Professor in illustratafter the dismission of the Institute Aug ing the wonderful structure of the ear es- Â¬ 30 President G T Embry in the chair pecially in its relation to music tended to Opened by singing No 62 Gospel llymns simplify the explanation of this difficult The Association proceeded to the install- Â¬ member and make it plain to the members ation of officers for the ensuing year On of the Institute A vote of thanks was motion the Association voted that Messrs tendered Prof Barbour for delivering such Embry and Royston should escort the Pres an interesting lecture Next came the roll ident elect to the chair On motion a comcall and then adjournment at 420 r M mittee of two was appointed to escort the THURSDAY MORNING On mo Vice President to the platform Institute convened in Baptist church at tion a committee of two was appointed to 930 A M Prof Hathaway presiding escort the Secretary and Treasurer to the Opened by singing No 29 Gospel Hymns chair On motion it was moved that a Prayer was offered by the conductor Num committee of three two of which shall be ber of teachers present twenty six Minutes the President and Vice President be ap- Â¬ of the previous meeting were read and ap- Â¬ pointed on programme for the ensuing proved The subject of Physiology and year It was moved that the ex Treasurer Hygiene was taken up by the conuctor and should make his report Mr Emmett Em- Â¬ an interesting discussion was indulged in bry made his report with only 15 cents in by the members of the Institute After the the treasury On motion it was moved discussion Mr J O Whittaker read an that we would hear the report of the Treas excellent paper before the Institute subject urer for year before last Miss Jermans Teaching the effects of the use of Alco- Â¬ report was recorded in the book at her hol The subject of United States His- home 112 Mr Royston claims the As tory was discussed by the conductor and sociation is indebted to him for the sum teachers After the discussion Mr J O of 85 cents It was ordered that an order Whittaker read an interesting paper on be drawn on the Treasurer to pay Mr R Special Reasons why the American should II Royston On motion the Association Understand the history of hi country adjourned at 430 P M Mr G B Miller was granted a leave of absence by the Institute After reading of State of Ohio City of Toledo Lucas County 8 S a section of the new school law and calling Frank J Cheney makes oath that the roll the Institute adjourned at 1215 be is the senior partner of the firm of Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I Tea Cents Will get a first class slmYe at the Gar uett House BarberSImp Clean towels and sharp razors are plentiful None but first class workmen are employed Give us a trial Eutire satisfaction is 13- guaranteed f OF M We know of no futdtr of treatment which offers to sufferers- - from chronic disease a more certain hope of cure than that which 13 comprehended lu For the use of Ayers Sarsaparilln purifying and invigorating the blood tbi3preparation is unequaled p 2188 ACRES OF School Books at Whites Drug Store tf and St near Garnett House Fine Blue Grass EXECUTOKS Land DECEASED lte I am prepared fo deliver ice to any part of the city regularly or on short notice Will make contracts for supply Â¬ AS ing families offices business houses shops and other places Orders left a Dykess grocery on Second streeet will receive OF ALEXANDER TIUBBLE WE WILL ON prompt attention aprn tf J E Dykes Thursday Sept 27 88 THE HOME PLACE All in grass wheal balance all well set in grass Lemon Ice Lemonade Malto Gin Â¬ other necessary buildings on the land ger Ale Soda Water and Ico Cream Soda 5 cents a glass at 52- S Dinellis MC alone on account of Dyspepsia Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets will euro Dyspepsia Indigestion and Constipation sold on a positive guarantee at 25 and SO cents by W G White Prescription Druggist at 1 oclock P M at the family residence oh tlie Big Hill pike tbat are fretful peevish crog3 or ironbled with miles from Richmond rent to the highest bidder tlie following de- Â¬ Teething Pains or scribed tracts of land Windy Coiic can be relieved Stomach Disorders at once by nsing Ackers Baby Soother It contains no Opium or Jlorphino Sold by honco is safe Prico 25 cents W G White Prescription DruggUt consisting of 56G acres 120 acres to go in corn aboat 30 acres in Tl rVA Jl3VXV5VV9 i An elegant briek residence and 11 THE TERRILL FARM Comfortable ltouse and neceaea- - things rvv We tu0 Borrovf of this containing 299 acres ltUVVV 0f nreS000 fully let ry out buildings c None but the purest cream used in containing 5G1 acres of which 102J is sod land for corn 50 acres foe wheat balance well set in grass Comfortable dwelling THE TRIBBLE PLACE the famous Ice Cream Soda Water at 52S Dinellis m meadow acres 75 acres for corn Trustees Take Notice The Record Books which the new school law requires trustees of a public school to keep are now ready in my otllce and I request that the same be containing 19SJ ACRES 100 acres for corn 23 acres for wheat balance in grass Respectfully secured at once Mrs A T Million 12 15 County Supertiudent containing JS LAND THE EAYBURNbalance in THE ESTIUL PLACE 4l and h II i thousands suuering from Asthma Con Â¬ sumption Coughs etc Did you ever try Ackers English Remedy It is the best preparation known for all Lung Troubles sold on a positive guarantee at 10c 50a Sold by W G White Prescription Druggist cavx swv a saa THE BALLEW PLACE THE MILLER PLACE y d ra e e J d i the of containing 124 ACRES 50 acres in corn 50 acres in wheat balance in grass All above lands lay on and near Big Hill 1ike within 3 te 5 miles of Richmond e r K r- Ayers Ague Cure acts directly on the liver and billiary apparatus aud drives out the malarial poison which induces liver complaints aud bilious disorders Warranted to cure or money refunded Try It doing business In 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure AFTERNOON SESSION the City of Toledo County and State Chicken Cholera and other diseases re assembled in the Baptist Institute aforesaid and that said firm will pay among fowls I will refund the money Opened by singing church at 130 p m the sum of One Hundred Dollars for in every case where Hip remedy fails No 305 Gospel Hymns Minutes of the each and every case of Catarrh that W G White morning session were read and approved can not be cured by the use of Halls Prescription Druggist Next came the discussion of Primary 2d St near Garnett House mar2Stf Catakkh Cube by the conductor and Co Geography members of the Institute An interesting discussion was engaged in by the conductor and teach Â¬ ers on the topic of Object Method in teach- Â¬ ing Primary Geography Mr C McMahon drew an outline map of the State of Kentucky on the black board The time given to the dlscucslon of Primary Geog- Â¬ raphy having expired the subject of Ad Â¬ vanced Geography was taken up and discussed by the conductor and teachers After roll call the Institute adjourned at Â¬ Â¬ r m F J Cheney within a quarter of a mile of the limits of Richmond containing 340 ACRES J0 acres for corn sod land 50 acres for wheat and baianee All the above lands well set in grass Two good tenement house are in a high state of cultivation Terms made known on day of renting NANCY TRIBBLE Exeentrix T D CQENAULT ALEX TRIBBLE 12 15 - P t ie e ie m LOVETT RATON T SEAT FASTENER S2a il la FRAXK J CHENEY Sworn to before me and subscribed lu my presence this Gth day of De cember A D 1SS6 A W OLEASON SEAL Notary Public enjoy your dinner and are prevented by Dys Â¬ pepsia uso Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets They are a positive euro for Dyspepsia In- Â¬ digestion Flatulency and Constipation 25 and CO cents Wo gcarantea them W U White Prescription Druggist VjP J ijV3XX would Ai Halls Catarrh cure is taken internal i lv and acts directly uponthe blood aud mucus surfaces of the system Send for testimonials free 315 PM FRIDAY MORNING F J CHENEY SoId by J bottle CO Institute convened in the Baptist chtirch at 830 J Toledo Ohio Brooks 75 cents per tl H McDowell formerly with The is now in Cincinnati where lie has secured a position in the Revenue office under Collector W T Bishop Mr McDowells many friends will be glad to hear of his success J Climax Mr OF MADISON COUNTY MONDAY MORNINO The Colored Teachers Institute of Mad ison countj- - convened Mondaj August 27 at II A M in the Colored Baptist Church of Richmond Ky Suprintendent Mrs A Exercises were T Million presiding opened by singing No 45 Gospel Hymns Prayer was offered by Rev M Campbell Mrs Roll was called by Superintendent Number of teachers present ten Million C T Jackson was elected Secretary of the Institute and Miss Lucretia E Miller was The following elected Assistant Secretary committee was appointed on resolutions R H Royston G B Miller Miss Fannie M Bronston Miss Mattie L Haynes and J O Whittaker Committee on Music was appointed Miss Mary E Miller Miss Fannie M Bronston G B Miller and Jas A White After the appointment of committees on Resolutions and Music the Insti- Â¬ tute adjourned at 12 M until the afternoon session Â¬ Â¬ Mr Bell M Herndon and wife who have resided in Kansas City for some time are in Richmond They will make their home for the future in Kentucky Mr Herndon has been traveling in the West for a hardware liouse of Kansas City Mr J C Lyter who has been a promi- Â¬ nent merchant in Richmond business cir- Â¬ cles for a number of years has decided to move to Bristol Tenn and engage in business there He and his wife will leave the last of this week His sons Claude and Jay are in Cynthiana attend Â¬ ing school Pine Seed Wheat fever at his home In another cohimn Mr W B Jones of Miss Ann Frenwn is in St Louts at Â¬ Silver Creek announces seed wheatforsalc tending the Fair e call attention to the fine sample to be Mr II L Perry spent Sunday at his seen al this office home in Nichohuvile Lissie Ken At tlie Paris Fair test week Mr W C Frenchs bay filly Lissie Ben by Mam bnno Eric had a walk over for the Futur Â¬ ity Stakes for Value 650 Anotlier Susie B we presume MrT II Adair spent Snnday and Monday in Carlisle Col James H Brooks Bourbon Fair last week attended the Prof O A Kennedy hac returneed from a summers stay m Europe Per Assessor Mr P M Pope was registered at the In this issue of the Climax we pubHsh Alexander in Louistrilte last week an announcement from C R Tudor as a Prof C G Crooks has returned to recandidate for Assessor of Madison county University subject to the action of the Democratic sume his duties in Central party Mr Tudor announces Mmsetfa Mr Brutus W Turner Jhas gone East candidate in response to an appeal from to buy a faM and winter stock of goods Many Voters of MWionTvhich indicates Mr R W Miller was hi Paris last his popularily week we presume he attended the Fair hii fall goodd Madisen Female Institute Mr HJ Strcng is in the East this MIssUimTevis returns home Tues- Â¬ Madison Female Iaatitote opened on week purchasing a new fall stock of goods day nfler u mouths stay with her Â¬ Monday The Unmfeerof pupils In at JIr Garrett D Blanton and wife left relatives tendance k fully up to any previous year for Kansas City yasterday to visit rela Â¬ The number of boardsss on the first day Mrs Harriet White of Wlnsborough was as large as at any one time last see tives S C Is visiting friends nud- - relatives AH Mrs J M Poyntz and Miss Lula nf Madison and Garrard sion and more yet are expected available space has been engaged Al Brpnston attended the Bourbon Fair last Mrs E G Muth has returned to week together the outlook ic Battering Decatur Ala nfter n three months btay with her parents Mr and Mrs Mr George M WHIging was in Louis Specimens ef Gold vftle last week and witasssed Iter gala B FTevK Several fine speebnen of gold from the Black Hills are on exhmttinn m our office day attire The beautiful and accomplish Miss They were sent by one of the subscribers Mr W F Fraewis left yesterday for Annie Carey has returned to her home to the Cumax Mr J II CrandaM of Boston In the interest of the Madison at Mo after playing Booneville Lead Cuy Dakota smash with several of the hoys hearts Mr Crandall says monumental works he can furnish any kind of specimen of There is to be a wedding in high life Miss Mary Smith and Miss Katie anv kind of rock at reasonable prices Poyntz were in Cincinnati last week at- in this neighborhood pretty soou The specimens sent as be saj s are worth tending the Exposition Mr B F Tevis sold to Mr Joe from 50 cents Jo J 50 Our thanks are John Chenault has sufficiently Bales a hunch of Bice fat cattle due Mr Crandall fo the specimens Judge Â¬ -Â¬ Mrs L H Blanton arrived home last Thursday from Crab Orchard Springs where she had been spending a few days SESSION AFTERNOON Mrs Blanton much improved in health Institute convened in the Baptist church has passed almost the entire summer at Linictta Springs and her many friends at 130 r M Prof J S Hathaway conwill be glad to know that her health is ductor Opened by singing No 51 Gospel Hymns after which the roll was called by improved The subject of Spelling was the Secretary Wc dont intend to tell any tales out taken up and discussed by the conductor we do say that Judge French of school but and members of the Institute Many sug- Â¬ Tipton of The Richmond Climax is gestions were made by Prof Hathaway one of the luckiest men in Kentucky and members of the Institute of how to teach Paste this in your hat for thirtj- - days Primary and Advanced Spelling The Lexington Observer time allotted to the subject of Spelling hav- Â¬ The Observer man has been drinking ing expired the topic of Reading was next hard of late introduced and ably discussed by the InstiThe Decatur Ala Free Lance says of tute On motion the Institute voted that a Mr J I committee be appointed to visit Prof Bara former ticket agent here McKinncy the popular and efficient agent bour of Central University and extend to V road in this city has re- Â¬ him an invitation to deliver a lecture on of the L ceived notice of his promotion of master the Physiology of the Ear Committee J of trains on the Birmingham Mineral a O Whittaker G B Miller On motion the N same committee extended an invitation to part or raterh several parts of the L system running out of Birmingham W B Smith Esq and A J Reed Esq Mr McKinncy will assume the duties of to deliver addresses before the Institute lik new position at once which give him After singing No 259 Gospel Hymns the the control of twenty seven cars a day Institute adjourned at 5 20 r M running over nearly 150 miles of track TUESDAY MORNING It is a difficult and responsible task but Institute convened in colored Baptist Mr Harahan knows his man and Mack church at 930 A M Prof Hathaway pre-Â¬ will fill the bill The people of Decatur siding Institute opened by singing No part from J I McKinney with sincere 79 Gospel Hymns Prayer was offered by regret Full of energy and ambition in Rev G B Miller Roll was called Num his chosen vocation and most pleasant ber of teachers present twenty two The and accommodating in his career in this subject of Writing was discussed by the city he won equally the confidence of the conductor and members of the Institute in N management and the people of which many salient points were brought L Decatur and he will leave here many out for the benefit of the teachers After warm friends a recess of five minutes Mr R II Royston gave an interesting talk on the topic of KIRKSYILLE Mental Arithmetic Prof Hathaway made Walker Tevls Is mending slowly some very important suggestions to the teachers on the subject of Mental Arithme Â¬ after having the fever three weeks tician d showed the benefit of its stndy Ad- Â¬ Mr Jim Walker has gone East for journed at 12 M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AFTERNOON SESSION Institute convened in the Baptist church at 130 r M Prof Hathaway presiding Opened by singing No 138 Gospel Hymns After roll call the minutes of the morning session were read and approved The dis- Â¬ cussion of the topic of Mental Arithmetic was continued in the afternoon session Next came the discussion of the subject of Written Arithmetic by the conductor and members of the Institute Miss Annie E Jerman made a few suggestions as to how she teaches Written Arithmetic After discussing the best method of teaching Written Arithmetic in the common schools by the conductor and teachers the Insti tute adjourned at 325 P V The exercises of Tuesday evening were as follows Solos by Miss Mary E Miller andC T Jackson Popular Education by The address on W B Smith Esq of Richmond was Â¬ Prof Hathaway presiding M A Mdlle Bredellis Chorus Opehed by singing No 21 Gospel Hymns On Thursday evening at 8 1 M Prayer was offered by the conductor Roll first chorus rehersal of Mdlle Bredelli was called number of teachers present Minutes of the previous meet Â¬ will take place at her studio The ob twenty six ing were read and approved Next came ject in organizing this chorus is to culti the discussion of the subject of Theory and vate the voice aud ear tint one may Practice of Teaching by the conductor and not only enjoy the delight of music members of the Institute On motion the oneself but also retider it a source of Institute voted thanks to Mr A J Reed delight to others Works of old mas Â¬ for the earnest and interesting lecture he ters as well as the modern writers will Poet gave on the subject The Common School be studied such as Oratorio Law of the State of Kentuckj- - After the Song Church Selections and Madrigals c Rehearsals will be held lecture the Institute returned to the discus- Â¬ Glees sion of Recitations in the common schools twice a week at the Bredelli Stud1oi Main street Ladies and gentlemen Next came an essay on Good Order what is it and how to secure it by Miss becoming members of this organiza Miss Lucretia E Miller tion must be regular in attendance at Bettie Phelps Ladies and gentlemen de read an essay on the Importance of Com rehearsals Mr M D Mason and Mrs sirous of becoming active members of position Mary M Scudder made a few remarks 011 the chorus are kindly requested to call Bredelli Studio the subject of Teachers talk in the School immediately at the After the discussion of Theory to have their voice tried aud placed Room and Practice of Teaching by the conductor Studio hours are from 9 to 12 a m and and teachers Mr E W Embry presented 4 to 6 p si Gentlemen who are oc- Â¬ an interesting essay subject As is the cupied during the day may make an Next exercise appointment for the evening at studio teacher so is the school was an oration by Mr T L Routt subject A full course of instruction ou the There is no topic upon which I can pianoforte is also given Lessons in Studeuts will consult The committee on resolutions sub-Â¬ accompaniment speak 13 which with Mdlle Bredelli mitted the following resolutions were received and adopted Alexander Kid Gloves at Briukleys We your committee on resolutions beg Place 48 cenls leave to submit the following By the Col- Â¬ IM ored Teachers of Madison county in InstiNumber Your House tute assembled be it II J Albertzart will commence tacking Rtsehxd That we pledge to popular edu- Â¬ cation our best endeavors believing it to be numbers on the bouses to day These numbers are furnished by the city free the hope and security of free institutions 2 That we favor popular education by They are plain black numbers painted on those ideas and methods that have already small tins which have been previously borne excellent results painted white Those who wish better 3 That we as teachers favor the im- Â¬ numbers wilrhaye an opportunity to get proved method of conducting the County Teachers Iestitute as set forth by the State them at a small cost from him as he will Board of Education be ready to take orders at nearly every 13 4 That we favor a system of compulsory door education in the State of Kentucky Briokleys Place next door to post c That we favor National aid for edu cational purposes office 6 That we heartily approve of the ac Â¬ Notice Warning tion of the General Assembly of Kentucky concerning monthly payments of teachers My wife Mary Rice having left my 7 That we highly appreciate the spirit bed aud board all persons are warned and working of the Colored State Teachers Association and further reccommend attend- not to sell her any thing on my credit or fumfch her with any good3 aud ance thereto 8 That we kindly tender our thanks to charge the same to me the pastor and members of the First BapJas C Rice tist church of Richmond for their house Sept 10 88 It 9 That we tender our most sincere grat- Â¬ itude to W B Smith Esq of Richmond Call at Briukleys Place Richmond for the instructive tribute given on the subject of Popular Education Sunns Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ Price 7Sc at 10 That we acknowledge our indebted- Â¬ tism or money refunded ness to Prof Barbour of Central University Whites Drug Store Second street for his able and illustrative lecture on the 5- uear Garnett House Physiology of the Ear 11 That the thanks of the Institute are Great bargains at Briukleys Place hereby given to Prof J S Hathaway of Berea for the faithful and intelligent man Richmond ner in which he has conducted it Used one bottle of Mothers Friend 12 That we also tender our thanks to before my first confinement It is a the County Superidtendent and Board of wonderful remedy Looked and felt so Examiners for their faithful attendance well afterwards friends remarked it 13 That we tender our thanks to A J for his instruc- - Would not be without Mothers Friend Reed Esq of Richmond live lecture on the Common School Law of for any consideration Kentucky Mrs Jos B Anderson R II ROYSTON Chmn Ochoopee Ga Mattie L Haynes Sec Write the Bradfleld Reg Co Atlanta Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Short Hand Mrs D Russell Fonnan Will instruct hi Phonography at her residence or in class those wishing to learn phono- graphy The demand for short hand writers is greater than the supply Lawyers find this art valuable in not Â¬ ing accurately testimony In court Students can take verbatim notes of lectures ami thereby aid their educa- Â¬ Earnest people al- Â¬ tion materially guaran- Â¬ ways succeed Satisfaction 7- teed S Diuelle has Introduced a new steam fretzer and is prepared to fur Â¬ nish the purest and besst Ice Cream in any quantities and at lowest ligures 52- - MrJiirj jiya3iS36jj IC fe Sl S - r7 Jk N mi HEATiST seat nmm T M BM e t II it to loots the wet Snnljr aad taimxrabir aad t H ram U Hiawrd la an fc feit Mww Stats Waku tar M r Town ttmMgr br parttei porebastug terrttorr Si uer dorm BHasete InHuiia or tMe l at a wy tuw aaaai FaateDem will Iw AJir to 11 36 immw St I it UADGEIl Antti r H E1OK0 i i I BENNEnl URMSTON II or carrisge barouche rookaway aprl t coupe go to John Donelson Music If jou want a nii e buggy phieton d Mrs S F Lall an experienced teacher desires pupils in Piaro Study The latest method taught Terms moderate Music room at D R For 7- maus after September 1 1SSS DRY GOODS The attention of tlie ladies k especially called to r sttperier 1 W H Kelley will build you a good line of Dross Goods ernlraoing the most fasliioaaWe Fabriec to house cheaper than any man in town had iu New York mar7 tf Special rates for Ice Cream for pic nics and other parties 8 Dinblij 52- - J Choice Silks Henriettas Serges 8 t For Want of Capital we are compelled to urge our friends aud patrons to come and pay up their accounts We need money to run our business and hope you will do so at Very Respectfully once 10 13 De Boges Cashmeres c c Lace Elounces of all kinds f Stockton Miort Time Only Willis White Goods in great quantity have in Laces Kibbons Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Gloves aad Parasols all that can be desired All persons indebted to J J Brooks We prior to 1888 will please come aud settle by note or cash at once All claims not settled promptly will be placed hi the 10- hands of a collector Bood Elixir is the only Blood Remedy guaranÂ¬ teed It is a positive care for Ulcsrs Erup Â¬ tions or Syphilitic Poisoning It purifies the whole system and banishes all Rhenmatio and Neuralgic pains We guarantee- it With an artistic cutter Prescrlptluu Bold by W G White York school of art and design Druggist - X oV o0 c TVV tSVA M erchant Tailorim thoroughly trained in the beet New in gents garments esperieaetl in the -- Advice to Slotheri Sirs WnreLow3 Soonnso Stbop honIJ ahr 73 bo used when children ore cattis teeth It re Ueret the litUemffererat once it produces nntnral quiet tleep and the little cherab amkesu bright as a button It is very pleasant to taate It soothes the child lofteoa the gumi alia yaaU pain regulate tha bowel and it th beat kamrn remed y for diarrhoea whether arising from teething or other eanaes TwentyflTB cents a bottle C best houses of that city and versed in every detail of the btwiness aided by on elaborate stock of 5 FmA English ami Mem Slugs Donelson uses the best material that the market affords aud the best work- Â¬ men He puts up none but the best work Buggies carriages to order Call on him etc made TROUSSSRIMGS ami VESTUVTGS We are putting forth suits equal to the best made in this country Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us apr4 tf Ainons the Northern Lakes Georgia ATTENDANCE OF TEACHERS a 13 16 m days Mr J O Jackson 4 Whittaker 5 days Miss Sarah B Jerman 4 j days Miss Anna Jerman 4 days Miss Bettie Embry 5 days Miss Ida Miller 3 days Miss Fannie Bronston 5 days Mrs Dovie Bernaugh 3 rdnyjg Miss Lucretia Miller yLiys Mr JaraeiA White a days Miss Ella Jerman 3 J days Miss Laura McBain 4 days Mrs Mary MScnUcr days Miss Bettie Phelps 5 days Mr 4 Emmett Embry 5 days Mr A R Cobb 43 days Mr M D Mason 5 days Mr C Mr C T Disorders of the stomach liver and kidneys can be cured by restoring the blood to a healthy condition through the vitalizing and oleanslng action of Avers Sarsaparilla It is the safest most powerful and most highly con Â¬ centrated alterative available to the public It I tism Sanns Specific will cure Rheuma or money refunded Price 75o at Â¬ Whites Drug Store near Garnett House becond ttrect 5- - of Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa Mis- Â¬ souri and Dakota are hundreds of de- Â¬ lightful places where one can pass the summer mouths in quiet rest and en- Â¬ joyment aud return home at the end of the heated term completely rejuven Â¬ ated Eaoli recurring season brlngi to Waukesha Beaver Oconomowoc Dam Frontenac Okobojl Hotel St Louis Lake MInneloukn White Bear and innumerable Excelsior Springs other cnarmlng localities with ro- Â¬ mantic names thousands of our best people whose winter homes are on either side of Mason and Dixons line Elegance and comfort at u moderate cost can he readily obtained A list 0 summer homes with all necessary in- Â¬ formation pertaining thereto is being distributed by the Chisago Milwaukee St Paul Railway aud will be sent free upon application by letter to A V Carpenter General Passenger H inayS 3m Agent Milwaukee Wis GEMS FUMISHIHG Neck Wear Cuffs Collars GOODS Handkerchiefs Shirts laundoed and unlaundried Underwear Hosiery Ete Kte WALL PAPERS in great quantity and variety elegant embossed gilt CROOKE from it the theapest to the mos BUST URMSTON apllStf Cor Main wn Second Sts Rkbd Ky I - ifeais BHiBiffiWIiif1 k r sffLJSlL EHKJEHtLiSai aa--ys- aa nPfr -- nrsmwi I THE GERMAN BANL I I 8 f I Perlpatotle Mujtelan Who OjnTJo Posed AH Oter the Hobo A more lugabnemt speataeJe than is piesutd by r Gorman baud droning forth Iierz meiii Hirz in front ef your windowia a snow storm itwoall be difficult to imagtee We suffer ranch from Garman bands tat we have only- ourselves to thank I lore music and I am possessed by the de-Â¬ lusion that k is my daty to encourage the praetiee ef instrumental execu- Â¬ tion Five or six yearti ago there was a band of eight or Blue performers who perambulated Norfolk and they mm to bm at least owe a laontb Whoa tky appeared I went oat to them aad gave them a shilling air in r aty snail modicum of German periodically awl receiving flattering eowpUmeats upon my promt notation wiriehgratifeameexeeedingly These ppeple disappeared at last bat they were saecoedod by another band aad a vary inferior oe aad I took bat Mute Botiee of them There were seven of these performers a cornet and tar ctariot being prominent very Howerer they got their shilling and WMiithoiL Three days after their departure came another band this rtisae there were only four I thought that rather shabby toot I was basy 4M not take mneh aeiee of them and agaia gave them a shitting The was really quite respecta Â¬ ble Xxt day came four more and there was no cornet only the abomia afate etarfoaet It was insufferable I said I realty must restrict myself to ftfxpeaee aad that was foarpence mere thaa they were worth Two adays alter their departure came a sin tgfe solitary performer be bad a pan pipe fastened under his chin a peal of hells oh his head whieh he caused to peal by hie nods a pair of cymbals at- lacked to oae of his elbows a big drum whieh he beat by the hold of a crank that he worked with one of his feet aad a powerful eoaeertina which lie played with his hands He led off with a dolorous chorale in a minor key It was really store than flesh aad blood could bear Scad him I away Jemima Send him away htstaady Tell him I am ear krmmk Sead him away The fellow smiled with anetaoas eom- Bat whea he got oIy two- Ms face felL Aeh aetti You 4aaa m professor he geere one skating t zj band I am se band Me jjnere ae baad only twopence He WU not uadrrstand I am ae band You iptaiae tell him I am ze baad No Tew re to go away Masters very kraakyr Zi band loitered for half a aateatr thea it took itself lo pieces amdweat its way Bat the fellows hint ahoat theshiiliag was significant aad led to aa investigation Thea it oraed eat that the band of sevea or eifhi which was going its rounds that jrear rjdit hsclf ap whea it came into iwy neighborhood aad ia view of my ahitlhtg presented Hstdf ia two de taehwents each of which reckoned on my shining aad several times carried It C Xow 1 give oae peaay for each performer aad only whea there is a cornet do I send oat coffee to the in almnftoataHets It was however not la flesh and Mood to withhold the shilling from the players of that quartet oa that bitter morning It was heartrending to think of their having at the peril of their lives staggered through three amies of saow drifts It was inhuman to sead them away without coffee Aad they had it accordingly Poor thing1 poor things Where were they goiagf They were going back to the ed Lioa a stones threw off where they had slept the night before and where they meant to spend this sight a delighting the hearts of the rnsties kf wallaes aad polkas aad gathering not saeh a bad harvest for the nonce Lor said Mr Style to hear that there trombone wiring Rale BritaaaiaT That made yoa feel he was a real masMan that be did Br Jnnpfi m tfmUcentk Ckniury - stretch to got twelve cotnhins of novrs Into four oolumns of spaoe this ha an exceedingly funny sound Sherman in Writer NEVADA SfqAo FULL OF FUN 0 COYOTES NEWSPAPER BORES A Vmr of the Onme AVhtoh the Average Teuraalist lias te Hear Urn oae who has had the least expert see ia a newspaper office will dispute me whea I say that the journalist also has far wore than his share of bores teeadure His life k largely made tap of crosses of this kind whieh he is naaapetod to take up and carry every day be Mis at his desk The bore ap- Â¬ pear early ia the day when the tmsr newspaper maw is getting comfortably i work aad is patting in his big licks he comes in later whea the editors desk U covered with copy aad the maa ia ehaage has all be cab attend to without listening to other matter be bobs up serenely when the lirad journalist is attempting to aateh his noonday lunch in peace he hmttoaindes his helpless victims upon the street corners him ia the horse caw runs him down in the theater lobby calls oa him ia the guise of friendship aad finally haunts him in his sleep uitil the poor wora oul worker drops into a slumber with dreams fat whieh all creation seems to be aaade ap f bores with their ne rer Â¬ eading bau ami hum Lt me enu aarate a few of these nuisances Ia the first plaee the man who does net appreciate the fact that every insnimtof a newspaper mans life is valuable aad that his legitimate du Â¬ ties demand hie eioa t attention dur iag all his hoars at his desk without atiaeeeasary distract ion is a bore waosaouM never be allowed to enter a acwapaper office II j was oae f the biggest bore kaowa ia ail the circles af aewapaperdom XkaMMawho demands an editorial eatiee about something or other be eaawa be had advertised and that other distinct type the man who wants a notice because he has not are both ef them bores whom orery newspaper man will recognize The maa with a grievance who has bamaese in a newspaper at all is Iways rare to show up thereaad is a af ibe most persistent bores II- a ffred an overcharge from some d r lie has been swindled by a ct fakir or injured in bis dealings tv ii some one and be invokes the over of the press to redress his i on entirely uh mindful of the fact it in ninety -- nine out of every hnu- I i aws of this kind the public has i nt r s whatever and no paper c touch them under any ehvam- I very w ell ren ember a fmi n who eaate to me once with i np unit that he had been onl v i l i i a dicker by a maa who was titan he was Whea I htti 1 hi ni that it was a private af f i hi that the pnhMe weald wot be i ted in it he fairly bailed wi h inon Sock paople fiad it hard i ieve that pabiic aewspapers are vllihed to reduce private griev- -i j i Hie SklltriU Way In IVhtelt Tbcr KouuU Up a Ilord or Jack Rabbits You never saw the artistic way the Nevada wolves would round up the jaak rabbits I suppose remarked Joseph Graadelmyer the old time Ne vadaa It is the cleverest bit of strategy I ever beard of There are several kinds of wolves all through the State but the coyotes are by far the pleeliest Ia the Humboldt Smoky and other valleys the coyotes form ia a military line oftimos along some okl road as I have most fre Â¬ quently seen them and thus system Â¬ atically go on a regular drive Tbey stretch oHt over a great area of eouHtry the coyotes being stationed somewhere near a mile apart Oioe they get sight of a jack rabbit his name is Dsnnis lie may take to the sage Â¬ brush and elude tlie coyotes for a time Fifty or a hundred ooyotos can thus In a short time rake in a terrible lot of rabbits If the coyotes are hungry it is about the rarest sport one can witness They go at the hunt with so much ardor and withsnoh perfect system A coyote on his own account can usually forage successfully for food He is sly like a fox and always with an eye cut for No 1 lie generally has his belly full and lots of fat sticking to bis ribs but If the weather has been bad and be gets separated from his fellows on a reconnoitering tour he may have a hard time of it Ia the sage brush a jack rabbit can freneralty manage to elude a coyote He can get in and out quicker while the coyote being bigger is delayed by the brush aud dont get in and out like a rabbit Bat after a let of hungry wolves have held a council of war and de-Â¬ cided to go on a hunt it is time fir the rabbits to hunt their holes There s always music in the air about that time and the weird howls of the wolves sound like a distant reville The rabbits seem to understand the situation too and scamper hither ami thither over the plains and rolling hills It is Bot loag however till the wolves marshal their force They begin by making a wide detour over the bills lessening the size of the circle as they advance and holding all the rabbits they get in as skillfully as a fisherman handles his seine The jack rabbits are all of a trem- Â¬ ble when they see lww their enemies have them hedged about and jump helplessly into the air and utter pitiful cries The wolves merely watch the skies warily and look on vindictively wilii tongues lolling out through tlieir white teeth and eyes sparkling exÂ¬ pressive of the knowledge that they will soon have some line eating As the wovesdraw nearer together the quick snap snap of their jaws is heard as they snip the throats of tlieir victims and they fall dead from loss of blood When every rabbit is killed tlie coyotes sit down on their haunches to a very com- Â¬ fortable banquet and never let up until they have taken aboard so much rabbit meat that they can hardly stir Then they slowly meander off to their homes wherever they may be and if there 1s a lot of rabbit meat left as there may be they put in an appear ancs again at stated intervals until the whole is consumed After a lot of coyotes have had a talk so to speak and decided to go on a hunt they will sometimes go to a rough region where they know the rabbits abound and lay siege for them in another way Certain brigades will clamber upon tlie high rocks and hill tops surrounding a canyon and drive the game down into tlie depths below other relays of wolves having previously been placed at tlie entrance ami at the weak places They often- Â¬ times get a great many into a canyon in this way and thus speedily finish them It is generally in the very early morning that the coyotes sound their reveille and go after the rabbits St Lwit Qlobe Democral ROBBERS TerrlWe Ailvrnture of an Englishman with a Hand at Saoeits Dacoils if brought to bay will not hesitate to do their best to slay all who impede their escape A on ng civilian was appointed assistant com Â¬ missioner to a district far in the in- Â¬ terior Oi arriving at the village where be was to reside lie built a bun- Â¬ galow a short distance from the place in which he lived with his servants Madraeseos After he had been there for about nine months word came to Tounghoo from the Buniese head man or mayor of the village lo say that Mr Ellis had been seriously wounded in an encounter with Dacoite and that all his Indian servants had been killed A guard of soldiers was requested to be sent at onee to the place A de Â¬ tachment accordingly was ordered to the village accompanied by a surgeon Oa arrival they found Mr E 1 lis at the point of death from the severe wounds he had received Before he expired he made the following deposi- Â¬ tion He retired at tlie usual hoar on the fatal Bight and was awak ened by bearing some one stumbling over a chair in his room He at once grasped his revolver and sprang ont of bed calling loudly to his servants As usual the Dacoite for it was a party of those gay gentry who had paid him a visit attempted to run off lie however managed to seize one of the robbers around the waist and hold onto him notwithstanding all the struggles of the fellow to escape Just then his matey boy entered with a lantern and exclaimed I know that man sahib At this juncture the comrades of the robber finding that one of their number was left behind returned lo the scene and at once proceeded to rescue him After a brief lighting during which Ellis shot lWf of the Dooiis the robbers gained lh advantage having killed all the servants who however did not make any deteruined resistance and leavÂ¬ ing the young official in a dying con- Â¬ dition H vas fearfully hacked about the body and one arm was cut off The servants were all killed bscauee one of their num- Â¬ ber had recognized a robber Tlie Dacoits decamped leaving behind them the headless bodies of tlie two a be were shot and were never again heard of In that locality With alt their ferocity and penehAUt for apÂ¬ propriating other peoples goods Droits am extremely religious a trait not uncommon with some civil- Â¬ ized thieves They often build pago Â¬ das to propitiate their deity and so obtain a short eat to Nslbban fully believing that they can by sueh acts PtF gta a speedier eatrauee into Gaudamas bosom than their question Â¬ able acta upon earth would entitle them to Tbey give liberal presents to the poougyees It is therefore not surprising that ther never rob a tcrape or a priest although it is well knoan to all classes of the popuatbm that the poongvees are very wealthy having accumulated great quantities of valuable gems as well as gold and silver the latter often oast mto images efGaudama Saa Frtuncbco thronhU Â¬ Why is your hat like an ndvanto Because it goes on a head of ageui J course I Preachers novcr strike for Iiighor f salary They are generally too busy trying to got what has already been Pioayunc t promised them The toboggan was formerly tho toeboggan so called bocause tho too was used in steering It Tho end of the toe naturally got worn oft in time Lowell Courier Wife John yon have a very an- Â¬ noying habit of saying Whats that wlienever you are spoken to Cant you break yourself of it Husband reading Er whats thai The Epoch Professional drTa7wilkes IDorital Cai-cls- - FIVE SMITH thoroughly trained workmen out of the choicest and most fashionable goods Do you want a READY EUIADE SIBiT made especially for our trade by the best houses in the East according to the newest designs and out of reliable and stylish material Elegant Tailor Made Snit Want toan after the latest and most approved fashions experienced and cut and made order by -- Practice Limited Office hours to Dejjtwtry 1 E CURSIOES DAKOTA J OFFICE Smith Building Main Street oo to 900 to 1200 M jane22 tf 400 P M MINNESOTA J C MORGAN juue22tf DDS Â¬ -OFFICE Mam street over Madi son National Bank Richmond Ky Ansrast 21st Scptcafccr liih v Octobsr 9th zsd 2Cr VTA -- Are your af- Â¬ fairs in very bad shape John Phy sician Very but I hope to pull through My croditors have extended my paper to the middle of tho waterÂ¬ melon season Borton Globe The man whose stop ladder col Â¬ lapsed when he was hanging his fa Â¬ thers portrait bringing the picture down on the top of his head says it is a striking likeness of the old gentle- Â¬ man Boston Commercial Bulletin My errand here to night said a young lawyer to a damsel on whom he had called reminds nic of the cry of an owl Indeed said the maid- Â¬ en what is your errand hero to- Â¬ night Courtship To wit to woo BottoH Courier Young Lady who has purchased a pair of gold sleeve buttons or her fiance Oh yos I forgot engrave the letter U hisfirstname Clerk Ah May I ask miss if it is Uriah or Ulysses Names with U are rare Yonug Lady proudly His name is Eugene Town Topics Washington Dame My dear as your pa is to be stationed in China next year I wish you would try to make a favorable impression on tho members of the Chinese Embassy at the party to night so that we can got into society whon wc go thore Love Â¬ ly Daughter Yos ma Where is my high nocked dress Omaha World Physicians Wife ZDO OTJ AN ELEGANT SUMMER COAT ANB VEST OR A PAIR OF HANDSOME OBB PANTS made to order or ready made WIsTT DR J M POYNTZ AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street next to june22tf Whites Drug Store THE St Paul Minneapolis itoba Railway AT KATES Man- Â¬ G W EVANS june22tf MD DMTDUTMn UJOillOXlllU Do you want the most DELIGHTFUL UNDERWEAR TnTT JO anyhow Respectfully mo Do you want something ELEGANT DUB ABLE and SEASONABLE in Do you want anything rrrT AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Hecond street CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE Taints west f Gram Folks In D KOTA ami MONTANA LESS HI ONEFAREno rouwl trip rate f more thaa TWENTY DOLLAR Cludlns GREAT FA LLS ONTN Persons detirit to take a r ihroogli Northern Minnesota Da j or monlana for the pw potH of lor -over the country or with thf u J selecting a bw home withit boundaries of the GRAXLIsi -- 9 DRS TAYLOR ASHE from a WELL REGULATED Merchant Tailoring Clothing House Practitioners in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second streetover Dykes june22t Grocery Store BO YOU WANT AM EXQUISITE STRAW HAT BO YOU WAIT ANY OTHER KIND OF A MAT ggIf you do CALL AND SEE US If you do not call and see us DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luzons Up Stairs Residence at Willis House juue22tf -- COVINGTON -- MITO BLUE GBASS DROTJTEEast for diversined fiirmitig a ry r Offers his professional services to the stock purposes will do well to r public Ofllce in drug store on lower Main advantage of these rates For maps ami information rrrlj juiy27 ly Street Richmond Ky your home tieket to ary a DR U C AMBROSE of the company or DR PHIL ROBERTS WHEAT BELT IN THE and an agricultural eountry OR uu j -- r ieit THE CORNER SABBERY EENTUOEY CE2TTEAL E E Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North West and Southwest F I WHITNEY FORD KY Ofllce hours 2 to 4 oclock in the ternoon GenI af-Â¬ S ra Tkt St Iaul M junc TV 22 tf T SEXSMITfl M D AND SURGEON services E B WALLACE Oilers ills professional services to tlie public juu4tf MAYSVILLE BRANCH Their home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted well as eleNo II No stock of Buggy ltobcs and Lap Cloths embraces variety as No W No 12 IMIty iMlty Dttlly SOUTH BOUND Dtilly NORTH BOUND DR S M LETCHER gance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber Kxj4tH Kxfckm KxiSun Ex sun Biisey whips of whalelone riding whips of cowhide wagon whips PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Lve Mnyhvllle fcco am 2x0 pm i oj pm Lve tovl bkUmi of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in variotj Lexington JoIinon 635 a m 140 pu 735 am 4 25 pm RICHMOND KENTUCKY Carlli lo K30 am 520 pm lMris 729 am 234 pm Stiver plated nickle plated and wooden slirrups illltejlHire 857 am 547 P Office on First Street 258 pm Arr MIlIerHbarg 753 janly Kao am IhiIh Carlisle 921 am 611 pm 325 pm Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicato and strong Arr LexliiKton m 1015 am 7 05 pm Johnson 95 am 610 pm Covington MHysvllle 600 pm 1135 050 am 740 pra H shop made and city made BRIGHT M D 32 leases Covington at Sjo a in ar- tlii train runs through to Richmond Ky Felt saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse boots No rives PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Falmouth 1030 a m Sunday others are daiU except Sunday toe weights girts brushes curry combs sounges c THE WITCHS LADDER only RICHMOND KY Direct connection is made at Winchester A lull line of collars hames trace chains back bands hame strings No 31 leaves Falmouth at 430 p m ar- with CliesHpeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling Some of the Odd Superstitions Prevailing AblilHiil OFFICE Second street next door to Huntington Charleston W Va rives Covington 630 p m Sunday ami KKMern Cities in Enslaud plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners Whites Drug Store only Magic witchcraft onloals omens FACT LINK Nos 3 hihI t ran la Win Special attention to Microscop we have them all among us an inch TURFMEN CAN FIND ANY TILING IN THEIIt LINE No 15 leaver Lexington 715 p m ar- cheVxjltl Trains with Pullman Bler4im ical and Chemical Riven examinations of Crn netwren Cincinnati ami Richmond Va rives Paris 755 p in under the social surface- - Take the I tissues aud fluids of the human body C Saddlery hardware and every thing olse kept in a well appointed No S leaves Covington 520 p m ar- aud Winchester and Wellington Witchs Lidder found in Somerset 22junetf ThroiiKli Tieketti and nHeaage Cheeked to rives Falmouth 700 p m a new Tope threaded with birds saddlery and harness house aiiy damnation readied by a railroad feathers J M Frazier soems lo have 7 leaves particulars 550 For DR C S HOLTON glItemember the xmce Ucrndons Corner Main and Second No CovingtonFalmouth in a ni arrives agent fullthe Cuiuoanyaddress or call on any of or found ont the uses of this valuable 750 a Â¬ Dnmley You dont look as if yon had onjoyed a very good nights rest Brown Brown Ididrtt A cracker kept me awake most of the night Dnmley I shouldnt think eating a cracker would interfere seri- Â¬ ously with your sleep Brown Oh I didnt eat the cracker Tho baby ate it in bed Countryman Fi pounds too much for him Hes a wonerful good sporiin dang sir Why lie come to a dead pnt iu the street sir close agin a oT genleraan the other day fust o September it wa sir and the gen Ionian told me arterwards as his name were Partridge Customer You dont say so Bargain struck Ptmcfi Happy Hostess D j you know Mr Grandifron I feel quite proud of naving you nere lo nigut They told me you were so busy writing that youd given up every thing in the social way Grandison Well yes so I have That is every thing of any importance er I mean what a mild winter weve been having Judy Fast Line Between Lexington and Cincinnati SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 20th 1SSS Call your attention lo their commodious and elegant house Main and becond btreets luchmond hy PHYSICIAN WHITE HALL KY Offers Iik professional ptiblic corner of SOUTH BOUND live Covington Falmouth Lve CynttiiHiin Arr lHrls Air 1 exlngton aug to the 7 BUILBEB AND No 2 Ex Suu 830 No i Dolly ExSm No 6 lyr NOKTH BOUNDJ No 3 Nol NoS MC HERNBQ2TS CORNER There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance and the quality of the goods Ihey ofler is in keeping with tlie house They have the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles made in their shop of the best materials They have lve Jve Arr Arr Arr Arr Arr Arr Every Style and Variety of Harness Kic1iiuoihI le LivIiigNton Keren Winchester KIrlinioiKl Laueae4er Stan font larH an 835 pm ran pra Lve Tivtngotou aB 93 P y PB lve Hern an 1024 pm Vt Arr UtclitnonJ 1140 am 105a pm 510 pm Lve Manfm 1230pm 1130 pm 610 pm Lve Lancaster 1190 am 1055 pm 500 pm Arr HIChmniMl 05 pm Lvo ICIrhinomt 1235 pm njjpa 200 pm 710 pm Arr Winchester 18 pm 510 pm Arr Paris tag pm 840 pm 1003 1105 2405 Hbatii HEATH 8m am 1025 1145 1100 am m J F Cornblisox CORNELISON Practicing Physicians COIffTK AG TOS Is prepared to Oo an Kms o i 70 am 810 am am 130 S S 325 am 5MS pi P P 320 p m pm - Lve LexiiiKton Lve 1arlK 3X0 pa ps 5457m Arr Covington Lve IynthtHiia Lvo FHlmmitli -- 340 P 406 pn 45 P ticoo 650 650 740 825 735 835 906 1003 1135 am am am am a 3o pm am 350 pm am 4 30 pm am SS pm Am 650 pm RICHMOND KENTUCKY offer their professional services to the public 4jiily BUILDING AND CONTK WORK T AT THK MOST DR GILES HARRIS WACO KY Reasonable Rates Will furnish drawings plaispecifications at any tune Office une22 - J Irvine Street tf at his residence on h e W Â¬ GRASS AND FIELD Largest and roofet complete t t Central Kentucky Our n r Goods and lowest Conitort ir t P CAKRtJLU 77 and 79 Y Matr LkxinijTcn kv jann ir The ETTrEBS GTJirr 7- Â¬ Â¬ BURMAN weapon uses to which the local old women would not confess In Scot- Â¬ land something of the kind is used by Highlanders for magically milking their neighbors kine By milking the rope the fluid is extracted from tho cows of other people Sometimes the ropa is made of the tail hairs of tho cows it is not stuck full of feathers In Bohemia the rope must be a bell rope and it affects all tho cattle within liearlng of the bslL How could people ever begin to believe such non- Â¬ sense in Bohemia or Sfcye Edmund Robinson we may charita- Â¬ bly believe was drtnk when he saw the trick performed in 1C83 He averred in a regular deposition that lie beheld divers of the company go to a barn he followed after and saw six of them kneeling and pulling at six several ropes which were fastened or tied to the top of the house at or witlwwhieh pulling observe the doll cate accurracy came thon in this informers sight flesh smoking but- Â¬ ter in lumps and milk as it wore skim- Â¬ ming from tho said ropes all of which fell into basins which woro placed un- Â¬ der tlie said ropes Tho Witchs Ladder in fact has a loop for fasten- Â¬ ing we presume to the roof of the house Now can the Australian black fellows be more childishly absurd than our modern friends of the magic rope Tlie Austra- Â¬ lian doctors sunk disoaso out of patients through a siring The Indian witch sucks her enemys blood ho be- Â¬ ing at a distance like the cows in tho same way Tho Australian puts feathers on his magic stick apparent- Â¬ ly that it may fly to his foeman Tho feathers on the Witchs Ladder may have been meant as Mr Frazier says for a similar purpose Again savages of ninny countries think that the souls of tlie doad migrato into snakes but- Â¬ terflies and other creatures Is overy body in Cornwall much wisor A vicar of St Cleer had a housemaid who though she was not Bruee would not kill a spider Tho reason was that Parson Jttdd the clergyman lately de- was somowhere in the vicarÂ¬ ceased age in somo spider no one knew which of the vicarage spiders London Daily Hews He Deserved No Pity Hello Whats this asked a benevolent resident of an Ariz in a town as lie came suddenly upon n necktie social in fall blast Jhjt stringing up adudo oxplain ed one of the party as he look a better bold on the rope Waal thats nawlhlu ter hang a man fer But lies from Boston Waal dont hang the poor feller fer that Yersee he left the place An hos stole a boss So hev the most of us pardncrs An he dropped lied Sliirt Dick this niornin Killed him dead as a door- Â¬ Streets jann W CG0RMLEY iy CO QnEEBr To The Public SOOTS SH01S fiL3 Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon K H BACON S F B MORSK Daily Except Sunday Gen lRsr Ant Trav laasr Agt No 3 Daily between Richmond Note Covington Ky Richmond Kentucky Lexington Ky LcMtigton and Covington II E HUNTINGTON F B CARR AgL Richmond Ky Genl Man Ker No 4 Daily between Covington Icx Office Main Street over D M Brights niton and Winchester On Saturdays General Offices Covington Ky Office hours 830 to 1100 A M 200 to 400 P M Special attention given to OWa es of women and all difficult chronic cases Patients treated at a distance and Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad- Â¬ dress mayi6 iy Am crescent eoute Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LIKE TO DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 51 51 Surgery AID HATS I New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the BED HOUSE KY rnMtion for all trtia riotaase tbe luxuries cr TUkAaAttHI of life Wo rim clotho Toa and furnish yo a wUi ell the nocCBaarr and unneccsc ry appliances to ride walk dance si eat fieh hunt work ko to ctur 1 2 or stay at hocw and in variou J styles and quantities Just flsr- - th- what is required to do all theso CBS IFOBTABLT ad you oan maloar ostimato of the value of the EUyEUS GUIDE whieh will bo sen receipt of 10 cents to pay roat z CO MONTGOMERY WARD lll lll Michigan Avenue ChicigoLi mch2i6m Jckodia of useful iscoed March and each year It ia ar cr l r- - lf cn DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY Offers hit professional services to the public Office at Powells store 12- BeetUootfbSjrap Tastes gocd Cso la tmie Sold by dnunri t CttStS WHB AIL E1SE FAILS WALLACE iPriciual Points Sonili East and Soii Iest COAST- - fn ri u L vi THE SOUTHERN KOUTE TO THE PACIFIC ICfirlir ill lib iUOlilllll flllli iXJjillt LI change South PARRISH Have just gotten in an immense stock of FaU-r-aad-i-Winter-Goods TURNER Attorneys At Law RICHMOND ICY CONSISTING OF from Cincinnati unit Lexington with aieeplns and Buffet Cars to nearly alt of Special attention given to abstracting without the iranorlunl Cities of the titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky OffiVe in Climax building SE RUNNING THROUGH CARS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IN Corner Main aud Secotid Btreets up An1w X UJIiy JjlIlO TWKNTY BItlUT HOURS 22 tf stairs June Travelers have a choice of two kind of Sleeping Car on Cnnninl ilOULU QUKKN ANDCRKSOENT ROUTE Mauns KlegantBou OlJCLlilI dolr liuffct Carand Inllmuus Kin est 1alnrj iiuflet bleoper State Room Pattern BURNAM I believo Pisoa Caro for Consumption save my life A H Doweli Editor Enquirer Eden ton N C AprU 23 ISS7 V5rtn AX BJIB5SS and FHIC32SS from the medium price to the highest It is our aim to suit the public and to do it we have bought goods to suit eyrybod We do not keep shoddy but good honest goods at honest prices We handle tho lest makes of custom goods and want a share of your palroi8ge if prices are a condition passengers holding tickets via this line nra Urand Central Union Iepot In Cincinnati therefore saved transfer across the City aud are assured a Journey attended with speed comfort and convenience Nearly All tlie Leading Railroads SSrWSbxs TO of th Attorney at ET Travel via- - tyicen and Crescent eutifeusSS Lne RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Rur OFFICE with C F nam ou First Street jttue 22 tt Ia c77 Tho BERT fVuicll ATwti cine Is Pisos Cure for CoNsrMPTios Children take it without objection By all druggists 2oc Ufntk nntSt III HSt IMS BestConshSjTUn Tatescood Vsa IU umo OOJU nrnniuuiiri Respectfully Bdt21 iy General Offices St Taul Bnlldlng West Fourth St Cincinnati Ohio JOHN C GAULT D O KUWA UDS General Manager Acting General Pawenper Acent R CARROLL R X RYAN General Superintendent General Freight Agent 1 27 J QUINLAN General Advertising Agent Attorney a Miller J A SULLIVAN a ra oct6 MLQE RICE IEi GBOCERT Hig g 111 S M UPPER RICHMOND KENrUCKY OFFICE on First street same as lormerly occupied by County Judge 3taWStLJvM5Jltif mar7 6ni ly CS ill STREET Attorney atKYIaw RICHMOND Ofllco on Second POWELL Street 7H 11 8 j 9tallKnjH l s1 Mtisjiict 8 K 11 K 1 1 June 22 tf tajMiujJ S Si Vi mat a 7 1 11 DPARMEK THE MAIN STREET JEWELER Is the pace to go ifyou want anything in Special attention is called to the following cejebrated brands of A J REED toasted Collee Pure Rio Combination of Rio Java and Mnracaibo Pure Mocha Ptiro Private riantal inn Java Pure Arabian Mocha and Genuine Will practice in Mmllj on and adjoining Male Berry lava These goods are all kept in air tight tin cans counties nnu In the Court of AppeaK New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and Ofllce in Master Commissioners ofllce over Circuit Clerks office qualities June 22 tf Attorney at aaw W S sjt as2sSXI -- Qznra 4 ia15lB114 ft 7 SI 1IIU u n h us aW723 -- t 31 a 6j 7t it inxMlwiev js MhiaSajji 1 1 i w i 17 m nii3i j 19 4 s r j April STAPLE PAICY iTjusi 3ea iaipa aeaiaj - 1d It styZri j Sh ia3i i Imiib 7 a aiMJiuwialM aT llil i UlmainSti 1 71 H nu m it 7i l - - GEOCEEIES MOBERLEY 31 is J4 MmutWb nJ3pnEl Jae Qneensware Glassware Woodcnwrc Diamonds Watclios Clocks Jewelry Fine Attorney atKYXaw RICHMOND Ofllee corner Main and First streets up btairs over Itamseva 1- - 34 7 9 M 11J1C1M14 MlM 17 irJ S 3 1 S s fee nan hilB J3I 13 iiitu - s i - 1 HMStSS 3btC7CSp0 tH- H I M tl Mi 17 BMl 3 ap42 j Canned Goods such ae Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches Etc Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas atiglO 1 Gold Headed Ounos y li nail 1 ii i i i i S Oh thats BawthinV persisted the benevolent resident An he sezeye ther and nigh ther You dont say exclaimed the benevolent chap exoitedly Up ho goes Pall on that rope lively Tid Bits A SALT -- - HOUSE LOUISVILLE KY Fine Razors Fine Pocket Knives VAJU3UP CsLTITJS SXOCZ Domestic Sowing Machines AND ALL KINDS OF F oiosraicNjEsrAaTi 200000 02330 Tho Largest and Finest Hotel in the city tliteaad Itten Mt 11 flmt hoooniblt- - pihpv that will uottake t Tn -their hoffleH ami Junlltes Tbe vc ruatleand are bow Hiking seieral lu re dollars a mentfa lib mis for an make t6 aad upwards per day who t ieistoworlc Sltiier Mac jpohr or tel not Beeded we start too new Ko Mieatnt aUltty rraurel gwna welt as any n reader tonaittnnPAfnr tell onlaalant mail free Atklress athwen Co V 111 v ilalue j i I Rewarded are tlxxe is and as inov that beeaase a newspaper has 1 krd uvn that movement with edi- Tin favor he owns the newsnaiter A ii fucU men carry their feeling of r lnt to the point of sharply n- - rT the newspaper becaMde its lo not tally with theirs la every x thry are entitled to a high v p m the ranks ef boredum A iK cuhar bote U the maa who t i s gives yoa an item with the re-There That wifl lielp to fill op year paper- - To a n an who lias been struggling lor ten Lours ou a s -- i n Aiiilier bore is a man who is - with some movement coo Kind Hearted Boy Couldt yon find room on that bench for yourself without pusiing that little boy off on the floor asked mi Austin rchool leacher of the bad boy of the school JEWING MACHINE NEEDLES il Rates 250 to 4 Per Day BRIUQ i i iftl According to rooms Turkish and Russian Batha in Hotel oci2G ly BUILDERS AND iue orainnry man does not sin half sa much going fishing ou Sandays as he does telling stories about it the next day SqmsrviUe Journal I didnt want any rooiv for my was the reply self wasnt crowded at all Then why did yoa push him off To give him n ore room Hi was the boy who was crowded so I pushed iiiu off to give him plenty of room Tiiere is a great deal more room off a bench than there is oa it Texas -- - ittMM i ggMBgateSwa X--- YOUR GOBsTTRAGTOBS The undersJgsed weW respect nouace to thost contemplating tbat thej are prepared to contract a w fvi T Old Gold and SILVER and get new goods for it or the CJ -- aiANHPACTran 0 rs 2 mk m a tcs USJNfcSS rrapnaiK s am BEHD 0 31 fur A 3 jBC JOE CATAXOQUE ei Mgrswd PstfscffeB tm All Vorh OnaruMiectS as Zi nrrsrntrd mu swrs m w a B 9f M wmn rLEASeRE VEfffGLES nui Wfesd FOR KENT Four goeI rooms on First street up Estimates made free of charge stairs suitable for offices or bed rooms furnished on application on short n Apply to COU G W Waus LONG cI apr 1 1 tf C o i ax tonand B a Juc BviLbings of Every SatieTaction guainteed Dtscai s 4Mz p8SpP c 3r- - -