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Digital page images are linked to the text file. iaw i r c i- If 13 v 11 o -- i L j r5pa---s- 3 - I J VmS AI nAJ vXIxCi M NUMBER J SPBKD SMITH M 11 VOLUME UU II If RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 19 1888 of idleness resulting from disputes between the laboring man aud his employer but it produces an absolute and enforced stoppage of employment and wages In reviewing Ihe had eilects of tills accumulated surplus and the scale of larill Jules by which it is produced we must not overlook the tendency townrds gross aud scandalous public extravagance which a congested Ireas ury induces nor the fact that we are maintaining without excuse in a time of profound peace substantially the rate of turiil duties imposed in time of vark when the necessities of Ihe Government justified the imposition of the weightiest burdens upon the people THE REMEDIES BUGQESTED 14 hordes upon imported goods wniUHj jmernal revoiiue taxed assessed Hit PosltiWi m IkaTarisCtyfis pjtoii turlttmus and ninlt ii Ikiuore lo- a h Imcoo and idcomarguilne Ahn mm rc is I Mipimse it N FK Tni hi Heedlets to ezidaiu that all these duties and are added to the iiivaTox Se pt 8 1866 The price of Hie articles upon which they nk A Oom ami other t are It vied and thus become a tax upon x etc GnlhmR lu ad- - tlfie who buy iheee articles for use nu my form h I aeeeptatice nut con umjrlioii ti 4 I r unpoe too it ia i munition ti the Preidiiy of well imderbiood that the elHtrt of lhi my llvougitte pmM- - lariff tsrmion is uot limited to lite con Â¬ i m State i oi the imjwfclve rotattott sumers of imparled articles but that t uti tulhe AHeiei peoph the duties impoted upon tush arlicles ne te tUtts invited and permit a oorreiNiiidiiie increase in i l rty to whWi I belong price to be laid upon domestic produc Â¬ li u al i 11 K UPOM H emieet for IMItlHI- tions of the same kind which increase i The wrM floes Hot af-- laid by all our people as consumers of ticle mote MtUtme than in home productions and etitpiiug every v Ih ii niilliuMM f free ami American home constitute- - a form m Aineticaii ehhwr select of taxation as certain as inevitable as u r Magistrate ami hid od ol though the amount was annually paid iuVr lu AimI tbe liieie earth- - into the hand of the tnxgatherer These j r and tle fuli meneMr w tHiWie results arp Inseparable from the plan we ti red mlnni ahiw l their will have adopted for the collection of our l that a eaHdtdate for Ihib high revenue by tariff duties They are not I c fa j Meter forget that when the mentioned to discredit the system t idhtrife hIiMi atteud Hie se Â¬ but by way of preface to the statement ii lf i s iumbent shall be heard that every mitiiun of dollars collected i diere NttMt be in tbe quiet in our custom-houif-- s for duties ujtoii c j i i follows a etMuplete aud imported artioles and paid iuto the c iiseratiNi by the lojles public Treasury represent many mil Â¬ Pi detit f every feetilty and lions more which though never reach Â¬ t c the service of a confiding ing the National Treasury are paid by a r us nation of freemen These our citizens as the iucreafed cost of re iMtiftd by tbe light of diiruestic productions resulting from t is ijvii iice m the Presidential our tarlfl law t hich ha Mitoerly impressed nte LIMITING THE TARIFF CIIAKQES fir severe reMNMsibilities which Iii thee circumstances and In view i t w Idle it Jtas qtttekeited mj of this necessary ellect of the operation ir American itsetiitttiotis and fur raising recnue the ab Â¬ t lite tirteetees value of the ofouridau of ui solute duty limiting the rate of tadfl MSLRmWACCBTAMaoBm the name of trusts Instead cies aineiits i dendanding and that menace will not Intimidate them let us urge the peoWe believe that these trusts are the ples Interest and public duty for the natural offspring of a market artifici vindication of our attempt to inaugu Â¬ ally restricted that Inordinately high rate a righteous and beneficent reform taritl besides furnishing the temptaGrover Cleveland tion for their existence enlarges the limit within which they may operate CONCERNING FARMERS against the people and thus increase A Lexington special gives the follow the extent of their power for wrongdoing With on unalterable hatred of ing as the most valuable stakes in tbe all such schemes we count the check- history of American turf sports Their ing of Iheir baleful operations among gross values are taken Futurity Stakes won at Coney Island the good results promised by revenue lu 18S8 by Proctor Knott S43350 reform Junior Champion Stakes won at POSITION ON REVENUE REFORM Wliile we can not avoid partisan Long Brauch in 1883 by Proctor Knott of conspiraÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Dress the Hair With Ayeis Hair Vigor Its cleanliÂ¬ Â¬ ness beneficial effects on tho scalp and lasting perfume commend It for uni- Â¬ versal toilet usa It keeps tbe hair soft and silken preserves its color prevents it from falling and if the hair has become weak or thin promotes a now growth tfo restore tho original color of my hair which had turned prematurely gray I used Ayers Hair Vigor with en tire success I cheerfully testify to the Â¬ EVERT DAY A BARGAIN DAY -- CHAS S POWKtX SMITH POWELL - are iDSDraneel AT 1 ilj chargeo to the necefjties of u frugal aud i economical aiiiniuistratlon ot the Gov- Â¬ t ernment neeins to be perfectly plaiu upon a pretext The continuance of meeting ubiic expenditures of such a reale of taritl taxation as draws from the substance of the people a sum I largely m excess of public needs is l ii i t- is n iieatde wImi hotne In- - soi el j Mnuetldiig which under a Gov Â¬ lwwe numer- nm s nre hi gieat i ernment babtd Uhhi justice and which r U tf lotrtie ooiieerii-ilet-erv- e finds its ttieugtli and usefulness in the li Hklchfiillnei- - and care t feith and trufct of tiie people ought TIi COVKRKM BmS lMTTtKS not to be tolerated l lit e are lle icauhttlon of a burdens incident While the i li oiictal auited to our to the necesHlns of the Government - i ecunng an erneteHt agency i are uiicouiplaiuingly borne light bui- i I wealth and general ro dene beeuiue grievous and intolerable Iu etturtrtietkMi and t quioinent when not justified liy such neeesittie-n hi s of lfMite to Insure our Unnecessary taxation is unjust tax iii - ifety and maintain lite IwMior alhiii And yet this is our condition h Ilch Httclt itational jtet We are annually collecting at our the itroicctinn of our -houses lii rnd by means of our inter al d main atitl xtrytehhur be- nal revenue taxation by many mil Â¬ inI of a countrys exuan- in lions iu exceas of alt legitimate public iiul its tmtervath for the tvttier need i As a eoHi etiUPiiee there uow e i ueer ut our marvelous reiuaiirs in the National Treasury a j a Mwitde ami aiueere reoog etirplus of more than 1 30010000 No of Amricau latwr i f ilc wlwe better evidence could be furuUIied I i g tu the f enmlotn eare and junt I tliat the iople are exoibituutly taxed of our a in laKHi of the interests Tiie extent tf the superfluous burden TliMuien the limitation and chck- - indicated by this surplus will be better if ujfh mouHrfi tie amieciated when it is suggested tliat i in iik s a interfere Hith lite feueh surplus ahue sepresents taxation and etriM lits witieii the e agKregHlmg more limn 108000 iu a i icltly claim a generous rt county containing fifty tiiousaud In l iii K r J nd i tre for our surviving tnddiers habitautp iii and hr Ue widows ami Taxation has always Leen tbe feature i of miIi that have died to Hie of organised gmeruinent the hardest cli i that while tire tfscUtlMi of lo leconcile with the peoples ideas of t t nn ice ami aaerifteeH k quieken freedom and happiness When pre e ihtir jtenrioii fuird sented Iu a direct form nothing will may b- - itreenled arouse poitular t iii iruKr dhconteut more quick- Â¬ inn aiaint a s ervile immigra ly aud profoundly than unjust and uti t i winch iiiJuriouy emmieteg with necetRivry taxaiou Our farmers it ilnrmg men lu the Aeid of toil mechanics lauorers and all other citi- Â¬ i idls t our jruUtrin an elettteiit jioiant of our irurlHutruun ami law zens closely scan the slightest increase in the taxes assessed upon their lauds ibIe of MiHillatlon wrth our iTiiix ami other property aud demand good - and if and dangerotM lo our HteI Aud yet for such w j le a strict ami Meadfaet adlter reasonsseem lo be increase In some expected they iriricideri of civil terviee quarters to regard the uuuecessary rri in id a thorough executhHi id Volume of insiduutis aud direct taxa Â¬ t e J iw liaised fcrr tiieir enrnreement tion visited Uhiii them by our present t i i iinittingto our people tliead- rate of tat ill duties with iudiflerence int tes of liuvlneM metliodH in tlfe If not with favor the rati u of their Government IiFFICrrS OF A SURlIVB- irdnty to our cohired citiseit if all surplus revenue now remaining Tiie r rights of eitHrit4iip and their j - r iiiiulhm id encoufagemeut in in the Treasury not only furnishes J proof of unjust taxation iinn- - irertainiMt lo that relation a eoncliHve f jit pith ut and humane Iudiau pol- - but its existence constitutes a separate 3 f i llm in peaceful reiatmus with and imletiendeut menace tu the pros f veiuiuetii the eiviliz itioti of tliej perity of the people The vast accu li mi iiir l nrfrmoted with reMilt mutation of idle funds represents that fety In the eettlen on much money drawn from the circu l VJiet fronMi-i- and tbe eurtaiitMetU of laliug medium of Ihe country which ci i i liie txpeiMe ly the introdactioH is needt d in Ihe channels of trade and clitionrca meiiiods i every de lKwinet s It is a great mistake to suppose that I x tment of the GovraiBent T ie letiges contained in the plat the consequences which follow the f rm auipiid by the late txmveHlion of continual withdrawal and hoarding t i riaiiual Democracy lead U tle by the government of Ihe currency of vaiiremeut of lJteve oteetn awl lu the people are not of the immediate tire aqdffttion importance to the mass of our citizens i ire good govertimenl f tvery true American citizen ani the ami only concerns those engaged hi t triotie aeth n and large and finauoial transaction live for every In the restless enterprise aud activ Â¬ til irt In tiiecouaetouaMewi that much has Ul ii done in the directiou of good ity w hicli free and ready money among g itumeut by Hie present adinini the people produce is found that oppor Â¬ lr mn aud MtWuitthiK iu record to tunity and employ ment and thatim t i taf lut pefltiun of my countrymen Irettis to bushiest and production I i r-e ilrejrhHfnrai thun preartiied la lug in the train prosperity to our vi ti tiie deterinuatiiMi tliat if I am citiaeue in every station and vocal inn r in ailed lo the Chief Maxfe tracy New veutures new Investments iu t tie miiII he a cotitiimatice of dev4ed lrieiioer and manufacture and con- Â¬ ei il aor to tutaiiee the interests of struction of new ami hnjtortant works tu e tire eouiitri and the enlargement of enterprises already established depend largely upon Til K SVfcTKM OF TAXATJOK Ou Hle of Ftdera tuxaton and its obtaining money upon easy terms with c list ijueuoed iHRely eagron at tide fair security and all these things are ti ihe atietiiion of our cMtmw aud stimulated by an abundant volume of Hit i - jleai siUily coiiMderiuK the eiroulatiHg medium liven the har 3 f the farmer remains n ureb of relief Our Uurernment is vested gram tin creation of tiie jieople estabiialied without n market unless money is t carry out their designs and aecom-tli-- ii furthcoming for its movement aud Iheir sod It wa foundei on transportation on the seaboard juMne Bud was made for a free Intelli Â¬ Tiie first result of ascareity of money gent mid virtuou ueoie It m only among the pfoole is the exaction of t cfui alien atdii llier rontrol am severe terms for its ue Increasing onl serve them will when regulated drstrmtand timidity are followed by i ril uided by tler ciHistaut touch It ajefttiBi to loan or advanoe on any is a hee tiovirmneit beeauar I guaran-tre-- 1 terms Investors refuse all rKks ami w ry Ameiiean eitfsiea the di ettue all securities ami in n general ir P8inl use imI enjoyiuetit fright Ihe mono still in the hands of r iI the rewaul of his loll aud ot all the ioo1ho ie fHtrdstently lioanh d It Ih iicunie rxtupt what may be his in quite apparent that whet this per- Â¬ ablrc fectly natural if not inevitable stage fur fniitribo ion to neceicary ne Thertfofe It to not only the is readied depremlou in all business r but tbt dry of a free ieodet in and euterprhie will as a ueceury cou tlffif reemeut ofihto guaranty to - sequeuce lessen Ihe opportunity for ihit fcueh exjeiit should be strietly work ami employment aud reduce i It salaries aud the wages of labor lo the actual public need Instead then of being exempt from eriectly clear that wlten Hie i ivernmetit thw inatrmneutality ere the InflueHoeand etlect of an immense n eil ami mainamed by lit Jeople le surplus lylngldle In the National Treas- Â¬ d ineir bidding turns upon tlieai and ury our wage earners and others who tliKiugh an utter erverton of its now rely upon their labor for support c s extorts from their labor and capital are most of all directly concerned in Others seeing the apÂ¬ iitritnithwo largely In exeeee of nubiic the situation n i nMtie the creature has rebelled proach of danger may provide against uainst tiie ereator and the masters It but It wH find those depending oie robbed by tiieir servants The eost upon their daHy toll for bread unpre- Â¬ Sueh f the Government must coutlnue tc pared heltrfew arid defenseless te met by tariffduties ooliected at our a slate ef aflalra doe uot present a mso s t rus y ai countrymen tl e higtr4 iuiMrtcnee that v aliiiini ter iwr Govern itrettt j al utdy rotcet and maintain of Aiuerteau eiliaeiwi at iibroad ami should strive to i fur r eosttrtry Iter lining Ums nation of the earth i iy iier -- t- custom- -- 1 i jmI-tij- -s j- - di ilKtiuif Â¬ ii ie te Divers plans have been suggested for the return of this accumulated surplus to the people and Ihe channels of trade Borne of these devices are at variance with all rules of good finance some are delusive some are absurd and some betray by their reckless ex Â¬ travagance tbe demoralizing influence of n great surplus of public money upon the judgement of individuals While such efforts should be made as are conIsteut with public duly and sanctioned by sound judgement to avoid danger by the useful disposition id the surplus now remaining la the Treasury It is evident that if its distri Â¬ bution were accomplished another ac- Â¬ cumulation would soon take its place if the constant flow of redundant in- Â¬ come was not checked at its source by a reform in our present tariff laws We do not propoe to deal Willi these conditions by merely attempting to satisfy the people of the truth of ab Â¬ stract theories nor by alone urging tiieir absent to political doctrine We present to Hum the propositions thai they are uujtiBtly treated in the extent of present Fedeial luxation the present consideration of extreme dauger exists and demands a remedy We believe that the same means that are adopted to relieve Ihe Treas- Â¬ ury of its present surplus and prevent its recurrence should cheapen to our ptople the erst of supply ing their daily Both of these objects we seek wauls iu jHirt to gain by reducing the preseut taiifl rate ujtou the necessaries of life We fully appreciate the importance to Ihe country of our domestic industrial enterprises In the rectification of existing wrongs their maintenance and prosperity should be carefully and inn Irieudiy spirit considered Even such reliance upon present revenue arrangements a have been invited or encouraged should be fairly aud justly regarded Abrupt and radical changes which might endanger such enter pri es and injuriously allect tbe interÂ¬ ests ol labor dependent upon Iheir suc cess and continuance are not con t em plated or intended But we know Ihe cost of our domestic manufactured products is increased aud their price to the consumer enhanced by the duly imposed upou ihe raw ma terial Used iu Iheir manufacture We know that tliis increased cost prevents the sale of our productious at foreign markets in competition with those countries which have the advantage of free raw material We know I hat confined to a home market our manu facturing operations are curtailed and tiieir demaud for labor irregular aud tue rate 01 wages uncertain We pro pose therelore lo stimulate our do nicslic industrial enterprises by freeing from duty the imported raw material which by tiie employment of labor are used in their home manufactures thus extending the markets for their sale aud permitting an increased and steady production with the allowance of abundant profits INTERESTS OF THE WOKKINdMEN misreprisentatton our position on the question of revenue reform should be so plainly stated as to admit of tfo mis Â¬ We have entered upon understanding on crusade of free trade Tbe reform we seek to inaugurate is predicated upon the utmost care for established Industries aud enterprises a jealous regard for the interests of American labor and a sincere desire to relieve the country from the injustice and dan- Â¬ ger of a condition which threatens evil to ail the people of the land We are dealing w itli no imaginary danger Its existence has been repeatedly coufessed by all political parties and pledges of a remedy have been made on all sides Yet when in the legislative body where Under the Constitution all remedial measures applicable to this subject must originate the Democratic party were attempting with extreme moderation to redeem the pledge com- Â¬ mon to both patties they were met by determined opposition aud obstruction and the minority refusing lo co operate in the House of Representatives or propose another remedy have remitted the redemption of their party pledge to the doubtful power of the Senate The people will hardly be deceived by their abandonment of legislative action to meet iu political convention and flippantly declare in their party pi a form that our conservative and careful iflbrt to relieve the situation is destructive to tbe Americau system of protection Nor will the peorie be missed by the appeal to prejudice con tained in the absurd allegation that we serve the interests of Europe while they will serve the interests of America Â¬ 524810 Omnibus Stakes wou at Loug Brauch 22260 iu 1888 by Paragon Junior Champion Stakes won at Long Branch in 18S7 by Klugfiaher 220S5 Lorillard Stakcsi won at Long 21150 Branch In 18S3 by Sir Dixon Â¬ WHAT RKTCBLICANS PROPOSE They propose in their platform to thus support the interests of our coun- Â¬ try by removing the internal revenue tax from tobacco and from spirits used in the arts aud for mechanical purposes Tney declare also that there should be such a revision of our tariff Â¬ 1 j s Â¬ i Â¬ True to the tindeviating course of the Democratic party we will not neglect the interests of labor and our working men In the ellort to remedy the ex iiing evils we will furnish no excuse for tiie loss of employment or reduction of the wage of honest toil Ou Ihe con- Â¬ trary we propose In any adjustment of our revenge laws to concede such encouragement aud advantage to the employers of domestic labor as will easily compensate for any difference that may exist between the standard of wages which should be paid to our hiboring men and the rale nllowed in other countries We propose too by extending the markets for our manu- Â¬ factures to promote thosteady employ- Â¬ ment of labor white by cheapening the cost of Ihe necessaries of life we in- Â¬ crease the purchasing power of the workingmans wages nud add to Ihe comforts of Ids In me Aud before passing from this phase of the question I am constrained lo express the opin- Â¬ ion tliat while the interests of labor should be always sedulously regarded In any modification of our tnrilt laws additional aud more direct and efficient protection to these interests would be afloided by the restriction aud prohibition of the immigration or importa- Â¬ tion of laborers from other countries uhoswnim upon our shores having no purpose or intent uf becoming our fellow citizens or acquiring any per inaueut Interest in our country but w ho crowd every field of employment with unintelligent labor at wages which ought not to satisfy those who make claim to Americau citizens Â¬ laws as shall tend to check the Importation of such articles as are produced here Thus in proposing to increase the duties upou such articles to nearly or quite a prohibitory poiut they con- Â¬ fess themselves willing to travel back- Â¬ ward in the road of civilization and to deprive our people of the markets for lhir goods which can only be gained and kept by the semblance at least of au interchange of business while they abandon our consumers to the unrestrained oppression of tiie domestic trusts and combinations wbichare iu the same platform perfunctorily con derauedTbey propose further to release eutirely from import duties all articles of foreign production except luxuries the like of which can not bo produced in this country Tbe plain people of Ihe land aud the poor who scarcely use articles of any description produced exclusively abroad and not already free will find it difficult to discover where their iuterests are regarded in this proposition They need iu their homes cheaper domestic necessaries and this seems to be entirely unprovid- Â¬ ed for in this proitosed scheme to serve the country Small compensation for this neglected need is found in tbe further purpose here announced and covered by tbe declaration that if after the chances already mentioned there still remains a larger revenue than U requisite for the wants of the Government the entire internal taxa Â¬ tion should be repealed rather than surrender any part of our protective system Our people ask relief from the undue and unnecessary burden of tariff taxa Â¬ tion now resting upon them They are ollered instead free tobacco and free whisky They ask for bread aud they are given a stone The implication contained in this party declaration that desperate measures are Justified or necessary to save from destruction or surrender what is termed our protec live system should confuse no one The existence of such a system is eu- Â¬ tirely consistent with tbe regulation of the extent to which it should be applied and the correction of its abuses Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Lorillard Champion Stallion Stakes won at Louisville in 1883 by Aliss Woodtord 20675 Dinner Party Slakes won at Balti Â¬ more in 1870 by Preakness 18500 The Pe ton Stakes if its reputed value is correct still leads the Futurity hav Â¬ ing been worth it is said 41000 net to the winner It wrs run at Nashville in 1S43 artd won by Peytona It was a race of four mile heats and sixteen miles were run before it was decided It is said to be often the case when a cow has just had her first calf that Ihe farmer thinks she will give no more milk than will keep the call in good condition and so lets the two run to- Â¬ gether waiting to teach her the mys- Â¬ tery of being milked after she lias had her next calf Iu this decision there are two mistakes that go far to spoil the cow for future usefulness Cows are largely the creatures of habit aud with tiieir first calf everything is new and strange to them and they readily sub- Â¬ mit to be milked and tliiuk it all right but lo f ufler them to run with the calf the first season and a habit is establish- Â¬ ed that they will hardly forget in a life- Â¬ time If they ever after submit to lie milked quietly it is evidently under protest But there is a grater objection than this the calf running with the cow draws the milk every hour or two so that Ihe milk vessels are Hot distend Â¬ ed with milk though thequauity secret td iu a given time may be large Aud yet this is the natural time to distend the milk ducts and expand the udder to a good capacity for iioldiug milk When with Ihe next calf you require the milk to be retaiued for twelve hours the udder becomes bard aud painful aud the miltc leakes from the teats or more likely uature accommodates the quantity of the milk secreted so the cow becomes permanently asmall milker Much of the future character of the cow therefore depends upon the treatment with her first ciif Â¬ of this preparation Mrs P H Davidson Alexandria La I was afflicted some three yean with scalp disease Sly hair was falling out and what remained turned gray I was induced to try Ayers Hair Vigor and in a few weeks tho disease In my scalp disappeared and mv hair resumed iu original color S S Sims Uev Pastor U B Church St Bernloe Ind few years ago I suffered tho entiro A loss ot my hair from the effects ot tetter I hoped that after a time nature would repair the loss but I waited in vain Many remedies were suggested none however with such proof ot merit as Ayers ECalr Vigor and I began to use It The result was all I could hare desired A growth ot hair soon carao out all over my head and grew to be as soft anil heavy as I ever had and ot a natural color and firmly II lratt Spofford Texas Â¬ Efficacy It Jl Stags Louisville Store Last month we promised you to make the month serve as August by giving you prices that are usually made in August We will now do better by making every Why not Insure in the Best TVe represent ten of the strong Â¬ est Fire Issurasck Compasis6 in the world We repreeent the Company that has the largest capital in the world the Compaay that has tbe largest paid up capital in tbe world the Company that has tire largest assets in tbe world the only Company in tbe work that pays its losses without dis- Â¬ count ami does not make jo agree in its policy to wait sixty days after a fire to get your money All Companies charge the same rate then i 3S J a daya setJ Co Ayers Hair Vigor T KErAEED ST Dr 43 J C Ayer it AUGAIN DAY AND Lowell Mass Insure your house and contents and sleep soundly it will be too late after you are burned oat Our Companies have over 40 000000 capital and over 100 000000 assets viz Liverpool London Globe Commercial Union Bold by DraggtsU and PerTuciert- - RIM Guardian Home Queen Hartford German iflFffiE CtJT HLICSS ALL TO PIECES LanaMfctfc life 1119111514 Ml Jl III le re iy id Hi P- Guard against burglars and fire by pur- Â¬ chasing a burglar proof and fircprooi every professional man business man ought to have a safe Account books ac- Â¬ money checks receipts counts notes jewelry and other valuables can be kept Irom all harm at small expense Every merchant every farmer every THE CARY SAFE CO West Eagle St Buffalo N Y SOne of the Carey safes can be seen at The Climax office 22 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 Dont forget if you TTT Firenaan6 Fund National - Total ap riS gm 79 ADRUFF ir K r P want Dry Goods of any description that the prices are away down UUUUb ti- Â¬ le ee C K Simmons St Louis Propr M ASimmons Liver Medicine Estd iSw ia the U S Court oeteats J HZeuin Propr A QSimmons Liv Â¬ er Regulator Estd by Zeilin S6 1 1 A S L At has for 47 years CUrtd Tho Original Wins Clothini want Clothing of any Dont forget if you t BHfBUHIHEl -- ie I DTSFzrsiASicx Headache Lost ArptTiTs Sour Stomach Etc Rev T B Reams Pastor M E I Church Adams Term wntcsMI iimnK 1 snouid nave been dead but lor your Genuine M A Sim- Â¬ mons Liver Medicine I have WtRftK sometimes had to substitute -T INDICSSTION BlLIOLSNXSS description that the prices are away down cine oci 11 aoxrr answer ine purpose Dr I R Graves Editor Tie 3atttMt MemnhlsTenn cavs I received a nackae of vour Liver Medicine and have used half of it It works like a chirm I want no better Liver Regulator and cer tainly no more ol Zeiuns mix tare at u TWU KM The Art Amateur forget DBALER if you want Boots and Shoes of any de Watehes Clocks Jewelry Sttwr and scription that the prices are away down Ilaled ware ete SpeW attention gives to Dont forget if you want Hats JnLoElGS of anv description that the SETTffld DIAMOHDS IN- ioots and Shoes M r Jl at io cr tf i- For September contains a particularly charming colored study of Birds of by Ellen Wei by china Paradise painting designs for u fish plate aud a tray Japanese lilies for church decoration 49 10 sacred emblems yarious desigus for embroidery aud a profusion of models for wood carving with special reference to doors aud their casings The timely subject of landscape and flower painting receives much atten- Â¬ 1 rurtaT y QpjitMCJ tion the directions for painting both September flowers wild and cultivated being epeclallly useful There is au interesting and richly illustrated talk with Henri de Morgan on Greek Vases another particularly practical aud suggestive with E W Biash Ueld on theArrangement of Booms and a third with Mrs Wheeler on IV I Ti1jrs T u embroidered bed linen and coverlets The Popular Z4IC0 between Walter Satterlee writes sketchiugly of Cincinnati IndianapoliSj a French sketching ground Etretat LAFAYETTE end and Montezuma iu My Note Book is as pungent and independent as ever Whether student or connoisseur no Ta ErUre Trsiai En TEEOtCll mtloot Chc- lover of art can aflord to dispense with Pullman Sleeping Cars andElecrantKo cliningr Chair Cars on Might rains this excellent magozlue Price 35 cents Magnificent Parlor Cars on Say Trains Montague Marks Publisher 23 Union Square New York BXTrrufl 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 AND OTHERPRECIOUS STONS8 Promptly done and in a manner Cash wotkaHke aad Silyer rs vjryiyji H J STRENG- Paid far otlVee Old Gold - SSf Dont forget the place Bext der to the Poet Ktefemoed Ky Mammoth LouisYille Store jan4 tf id 0 yZJJiJ if Cor PATENTS a U 1 CHIOAG C O Tiie CiotHier AT McKEES OLD STAND Patents Caveats and Trade Marks procured Rejected AppHeatioaa ReP vived and Prosecuted All bueiiHssa before tire U S- - Patent Ofllee prompt Â¬ ly attended to for moderate fees ami ho charge made unless Patent Is secured md lor Inventors Guide FRANKLIN II HOUGH may 9tf Washington D C m 4 a a e - First and Main Streets Richmond Ky SOIiED TJEAXTrg and YtndalU Use VIEWING TIIE PROMISED LAND Louis Cincinnati and St Bis Foot TU the C L St L Balrnar without change between Cincinnati and St Louis -- Sqnattcrs on the Ground Awaiting the Pullman RuSet Sleeping Cars Pullman Recllninc Chair Cars New First Clasa Coacheo Second Opening of an Indian Reservation Class Coaches and Baggage Cars all run through News of the opening of the Black Feet Reservation is awaited impatiently here and throughout Northern Montana A lorge number of persons have gone to the reservation to locate ranches mines aud town sites The desirable valleys are fairly covered with tents the great est rush apparently being to the Big Sandy the famous hay grounds Sold lers as well as civilians are ou the grounds and n lieu news comes that the bill is signed tiiere Is likely tu be a rush Bullhock Valley beyond Fort Assiniboine is all staked oil and the tents of the squatter may be seen al along the valley of the Milk River There is a silver lode iu the Bear Paw Mountaius that was located several years ago It Is understood that several parties are on hand watching to locate this mine as well as to prospect for otiiers Chlctgo Tribune Ed The President has now signed the Bill throwing opeu for settlement tbe Indian Reservation in Montana IGmaytf Money advanced JL great abases btotv age bnswaroi for tho right mea mve time better ftesxt etpeneiice mihI to No atten Â¬ Barnes and address of references tion paid to postal eardx Never mindatmot wilding stamp for reply Address BUSI ai ft KXSS Box II Richmond Va give security preferred monthly to pay expense Reliahln and Active Mea o travel for au Etiabiisnetl lioiiMj iIuiidk the Hmnw rr onthR Those who can furnish a borsa ami WANTED it I- e it - Great Faixs Mont ElGgant Reclining Chair Cars BXTWKXM Cincinnati and Peoria HI TIIE C 1 St Iu VIA HATS CAPS GENTS PEERLESS LEADS TIIE TY0KLD C ad I B ft T RhortLIne Reclining Chair Cars CommodiousDITWIEN Indianapolis C 300 ia Gold for General Superiority arCht- ciDoatt iDdcstn u reposition aner I St Iu Via SHELDON C snd T Pmlls and EM ha It Hd FURHISHIHG GOODS TRUNKS VALISES nullruu aaa tiwrt test It Chicago St Louis sad Peoria doss and Im mediate connections are made with all Lines to and from the northwest Writ and Boathweit Tsitiza Tickets Kifrirt CUtts ta ill rrtodpU rdzti Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St L via thislineatall Coupon Ticket C8Talso throughout Offices the country r ft TT Â¬ Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats Handkerchiefs Hosiery c A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men Call and see my atest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro- Â¬ fusion Prices to meet the demands of the times apr IS tf Peerless Engines Engines NO PERFECT TARIFF PLAN ui a in-H- ied i Of course In a country as great as ours with such a wonderful variety of interests often leading in entirely dif- Â¬ ferent dhectlous It Is difficult If not Impossible to settle upon a perfect tarift plan But In accomplishing the reform we have entered upou the ne cessity of which iseo obyious I be- Â¬ lieve we should uot be content with a reduction of revenue involving tbe pro- Â¬ hibition of importations and tbe removal of the internal tax upon whisky It can be better aud more safely done within the lines of granting actual re lief to the people in their means of living and at the same lime giving au A CHAPTER ON TRUSTS impetus to our domestic enterprises The platform adopted by the late aud furthering our national welfare National Convention of our party con If misrepresentations of our purposes Judg- Â¬ and motives are to gain credence and tains the following declaration ed by Democratic principles the iuler-e-- ts defeat our present efforts In tills direc- Â¬ AND of the people tire betrayed when tion there seems to be no reason why by unnecessary taxation trusts and every endeavar In Ihe future to accom- Â¬ combinations are permitted and foster- plish revenue reform should not be ed which while unduly enriching the likewise attacked and with like result Is prepared to do ail Kinds of few that combine rob the body of our Auil yet no thoughtful man can fail to by depriving them as purchas- Â¬ see in the continuance of the present citizens ers of the benefits uf natural competi- Â¬ burdens of the people and the abstrac- Â¬ BUILDING AND CONTRACT tion tion by the Government of the cur- Â¬ WORK have always rency ot the country inevitable distress Such combinations AT THE MOST been condemned by the Democratic aud disaster All danger will be avert party The declaration uf its National ed by timely action The difficulty of Convention is sincerely made and no applying the remedy will never be less member of our party will be found ex- Â¬ and fhe blame should not be laid at the cusing the existence or belittling the door of the Democatie party if it is apWill furnish drawings plans and pernicious results of these devices to plied loo late wrong the people Under various With firm faith iu the intelligence specifications at any time names they have lieeu punished by the and patriotism of our countrymen and Office at his residence on Hallie common law for hundreds of yeats relying upon the conviction that mis and they have lost none of their bale f representation will uot Influence them Irviue Street ful feature because they have anumed prejudlcvtllf not cloud their mlaun- Juneaa tf Â¬ Â¬ JOHN ECArlGeairiandTUlgent CnfCErNATLQ uGciscr hr Traction and ParteWe Domestic and Creamery Steam Can riews The Thresher and Cleaner i ann z UU Patent Variable 7t 1 eed Pat Docs set worn aaa Saw Guide unvE3ity nnmnarnial finllqiro LEXINGTON KY WUI1II1IUIUIUI wuisugu Ocetfpe 3 Lara IZalla and Jtoomm SJeigX PY ToiATtoifor DSPAKniEVTS P market latent taprOTed and cheapest Saw OB oa Send for catalogue to tho GEISEtt MANUFACTURING CO tfca P1ISS3CSS IZ1XZL3T CI TL We waatageeUSJBd invite corrwtpcwleaee E B WALLACE apr2 s Â¬ GONTR ACT OK Reasonable Rates BherWhiad Wrltlff TtleerPT Cheapest 8es Business College in the Yorld TTIhMt ITnnsr nrnl Raid Mednl over all w ther Oolleses at Hoi 7r 1 KrpoUUm for Syatpm ot ueatum Raak Krrnina and itrttl BiintRest Hearlr 1000 Stalenti In attendance the past year wu Irom 30 Bute and Foreign coan tries 13 Teachers employed JTrndHolex conesunf B59rtnslnrs Conrne Pen nanrhlpBoob keeping- Commercial Business Arithmetic Law Merchandising Ranking Joint Sioct Man nlaetnrlngLeeturs Vn jlnrss Tract lcltercn tile Correspondence r trCost ofFnll Unalncaa d Board Conrae Including TuiUt n btattonerv In a nice family abont frao hnnd TelenrapiiT are Trp e vrrltlni andtieetiers aud rooms Special Â¬ tiestaken atone or with the Business ami can hae special Coarse bo EB spcelnl Department for Ladles Lady Prlnetpil Einplove4 LKXINOTON KTtabantlfaland health ftU city ot S80O Inhabitants and la accessible br leadlne railroads l Enter mw Graduates No Vnration Ooaraateed Suohm For Circulars address IluttaeM Birt Bshort TVILBCIt KSKJTJT 9 18 Ires Lesiacton Kr Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Shingles Laths Lime Cement Hair rnays MYERS tf IVaACKiiM AC Summer Tours Low Tsar Trips pee CTsek Palace Steamers Sais-asi-sir- 1 Ratcs Mouldings DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND fit CUlrTOsalasd Ksass Xute Oar Every Week Bay Patnesn Sttsress Â¬ FOB tf Apply to Four good rooma nn First street up stairs suitable for offices or bed rooms QW REIT Kongk and Dressed Lumber D - DETROIT AND CLEVELAND SpodalSeaiay Trips dariaff Main Street below Our asdSxosniea TlekMs win tarsaaiMd illustrated Pamphlets Sates lefest Asset or sdanss Bar yea E B WHITCOWB GsaV Pw Aatar Go Betr utt Ctewlau S km DCTHOIT MICH Jy ssAAsgost 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky Willis H MYERS Ni Nfa apr3 6Ri r ad KSigf Hs m prt 4U jy Sl S ifanWKBKtilnrMT iaaisi - l JsjTsJJlie1BCBSlEssssssM fStT W5 C BsKifiHHBBBsHBBB9i Jr Nh THE CLIMAX TV BLISHEB EVERY WEBNESBAY Climax Feinting Co FRENCH UPTON Wm G WHITE J hwtrs 150 19 18S8 THICK PKU YEAIt WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER f 1 I i Democratic Ticket FOK IHBeXBBNT OHOVKR CLEVELAND QV NBW Y8RK JPMt VICE PRBSIDBNT ALLAN G THURMAN OF MOO FMC OONGRBS6 JAMES B McOKEARY OF XADteOX Eleven peraotteJive colored - were drowned in the resent Hood at Augusta Georgia ax white and The Repbiicaii plurality in last weeks Maine election is less bv 100 than in 1SS4 Ie this a big Republican victory Riehard A Proctor the eminent scientist died of yellow fever in Now York on Wednesday The was contracted in Florida i Governor David B Hill has been nominated for re election by the Democrats of New York Everything eeeme to be working in the Empire State precisely as k did four years ago Mrs Jane W McKee widow of R McKee of Kentucky who was killed at Buena Vista and mother of IX II W MeKee who was killed in the Corean war died in Pennsylvania on the 9th inst lite remains were brought to the Lexington Ky cemetery Ool Wm Y8LL3W PEVER it Fifty two new cases and seven deaths at Jacksonville Monday making an alarming total of 1037 eases and 1S3 deaths The dis ease has not appeared elsewhere eanaK Â¬ understood it was equivalent to giving notiee to the President and country that no treaty whloh could be negotiat Â¬ ed iu regard to tlie Canadian troubles would be deemed satisfactory by a Republican Senate tliat the time for negotiation was over and the time for retaliation had come There was nothing left the President now but retaliation This was no new issue The policy the President now proposed was policy inaugurated by him a year and a half ago ami the policy which Congress particularly indorsed in tlie sol of March Srd 1867 In an exhaus- Â¬ tive manner Mr MeCreary reviewed the various treaties eutered into between the Uuited States and Great Britain relative to the relations be Â¬ tween this country ami Canada point Â¬ ed out the causes leading to their abro Â¬ gation and incidentally referred to the outrageous treatment or American fishermen by tlie Canadian authorities It seemed he said clear and conclu- Â¬ sive that tbe time had arrived for action on the part of the United States Tbe rights of American fishermen atid American fishing and trading vessels should be protected and a stop should be put to a discrimination against sueh vessels in Canada caiml which is unjust and in violation of interna Â¬ tional agreement and comity The pending bill provided the legislation now necessary He did not prooe to go at length into the merits of the fisheries question or to enter into de tails wbieb have puEzled and pendex ed statesmen for nearly a century It was sMfneleut for him to say that the two eliief questions presented were whether tbe three mile limit was from tbe coast line or from a line drawn from headland to headland aud wheth er American fishermen were permitted to enter Canadian ports to purchase stores Tlie pending bill enlarged the power of the President and authorized him to suspend in whole or iu part the transportation across the territory of the United Slates iu bond aud without tlie payment of duty of goods wares awl merchandise imported or exported from aay foreign country from or to the British Dominions iu North Amer Â¬ ica This ww strong but was appro Â¬ priate aud eomitreheusive language awl tbe words were almost the same as thoi e used by tlie President iu his late message It was asserted by some one that the Fret blent already had Mtrthority to act under tbe law of 1SS7 This assertion he controverted That law did not authorise the President to suspend transportation in the manner in wbieb tbe pending bill did nor did it authorise him in ease of discrimination against American vessels iu Cana Â¬ dian canals to collect a toll on fureign vesselb passing through American Â¬ Â¬ X AXD TOE WATER WORKS Editor of the Gtmwti appeared in An article signed last weeks Register commenting on tbe proposed water works aud asking certain relevant questions All hearti- Â¬ ly agree that this is the roost important matter that has ever been submitted to our people and should be thoroughly and honestly discussed so the people may kuow its present condition and future prospects The questions propounded by X will be answered in the order of their appearance 1st The editors ofliiEd iMAX have kindly consented to publish the charter in this weeks issue Snd Tiie charter was passed by tlie Legislature iu April last and in May the incorporators subscribed the re- Â¬ quired amount of stock organized and elected a Board of Directors President aud other officers consisting of Saiul H Stone President G WEvans Vice President JStone Walker Treas- Â¬ urer F H Adair Secretary CD Chenault and J A Sullivan Tlie above named gentlemen with J H Powell aud M C Heath constitute the company Srd It will be impossible to tell the cost of the works Until complete sur Â¬ veys have been made and tbe location and kind of works decided upon Two practical water works builders have es timated that the cost of tlie works that appear most feasible to the company will be about SSO000 Tlie Company W G White Drs Taylor A he Poynlz T J Scott J J Brooks Wm Harris and others have subscribed 20000 The books are still open sub- Â¬ scriptions will be taken by any mem ber of the company and every citizen of Kichmoud is earnestly requested to take stock 4th If the proposition for the city of Richmond to subscribe 90000 to the capital stock carries the Company earnestly desires that individuals will take stock sufficient in addition to the present subscriptions to complete tbe works Should this fail to raise the money the charter provides that tiie Board of Directors may mortgage the works to raise funds sufficient for their completion The Comiany consists of eight of our best business men who subscribe heavily The slock of tbe city and of the Company will be on the same footing The city will have two directors 011 the board appointed by the City Council The books and transactions of the Company will al ways be open to the inspection of every one interested beyond this it is not supposed that the city or Company will have any guarantees against loss 6th It appears that the most practicable method of obtaining water will be by surface drainage in a valley between the Irvine aud Big Hill pikes below Sam H Stones big spring The water thus obtained is said to be very pure and healthful if vegetation is not allowed to grow in the reservoir and all the soil dowu to the clay is removed from the basin Twenty eight cities of tlie Union have this kind of reservoirs wih a dally capacity of 750000 to 17 000000 gallons of water Among this number are Atlanta Ga population 88000 Columbus O population 51 647 Lexington Ky population 16650 Norfolk Va population 21806 and Fort Wayne Ind population 26SS0 Whether the enterprise is for the lene fit of any individuals is beyond the knowledge of the writer Tlie gentle- Â¬ men w1m have signified their intention of taking stuck are not a job lot of men No progressive citizen can deny that a good system of water works would be a great benefit to our city To step aside for an instant it is ex- Â¬ tremely doubtful whether an expenditure of money for needed public cisterns would meet with general pub lic approval These would require another heavy expenditure of money by the city for fire engines before any material benefit for fire protection would be derived with which the pro Â¬ posed system of waterworks will dis Â¬ pense Beyond fire service cistern would be u ed for domestic purpoaes only and that in a limited way and should the cisterns be given to lie city one could nut hire n boy to pump the water and put it in the house for any tiling like as cheap as the water work would supply t Many of the families who already have water at their doors obtained by large expenditure of private means haul water from their neighbors ponds for laundry purposes at certain seasons and never have it as convenient as de tired Tlie water works will be more valua- Â¬ ble to the city of Richmond than our proposed railroad and still will not cost tbe city as much It will be impossible to estimate the value of water works or appreciate their many advantages until we have enjy t d them Nothing will improve tiie sanitary condition of our city but an abuodaut supply of water Howev- Â¬ er promit our Council may be iu hav Â¬ ing the streeU sweirt tlie sewers shovel Â¬ ed out and the refuse matter carted away the essence of the filth and cor Â¬ ruption is jji ft with tlie large area of inaccessible cess pools to exhale their deadly cases and malaria Give us water works and these things will soon be of the past The history of water works shows that the stock Is uuivet sally worth par or over aud there is no reason wiiy these works should prove an exception The yearly interest ou these bonds will be S1S00 Thre is a city ordi Â¬ nance that sets aside 10 per cent of the revenue of the city 300 for fire purposes To this SS00 add 10 license tax eaeli on thirty one fire in- Â¬ surance companies which is S3 10 and we have 1110 This sum added to the citys annual dividend on its stock will make a sinking fund that will be more than sufficient to redeem the bond- Â¬ ed indebtedness at maturity and leave the citys stook a net profit These statements can not be denied If the gentlemen now connected with the enterprise in connection with the two directors appointed by the city manage the enterprise with their usual business ability The monthly sub- Â¬ scription to the street sprinkler is about S175 if It runs from May to October inclusive our citisens pay 1050 to have tiie street sprinkled from the Willis House to Foxs stable and around tlie Court house Tills is about one fifth tlie distance of our streets that ought to be irlukled At the same The water Â¬ rate what would it cost works will enaMe our citizens to do al this at a nominal oust besides giving us the privilege of watering our lawns garden9 flowers and shade tree and add something to the beauty and com-f-j- it of our homes as well as shekels in tlie coffers The subject of fire protec- Â¬ tion and Insurance rates should strong- Â¬ ly appeal to tiie business intelligence of the community A heavy lire visited our city one year ago and destroyed 40OQQ worth j Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ of property One half of this Would have been easily saved by the proposed Bjstetn of watet werfes These heavy fires have occurred so frequently that Richmond has become a banc to insur- Â¬ ance companies Tlie Insurance Com- Â¬ missioners report of Kentucky shows that the insurance companies collected over 16000 premiums for the year 18S7 Till does not inolude the business of the agents outside of tbe city on farm property In March 1SSS the local board commission of fire Underwriters rated Richmond as a third class town and raised the rate nearly 50 per cent Add this increase to the sum collected last year aud our insurance will cost about 24000 per annum From this deduct 4000 for risks that would not be effected by water works and there remains 20000 annual premiums that would be decreased by water works The proposed water works would raise Richmond to a first class town and decrease tbe rate 2d per cent on an average This would be an annual saving of 5000 to our citizens aud twice pay olT the citys bonds aud interest at maturity It would increase the value of property by decreasing the expenses and thereby enlarge the in come The insurance companies will not lower the rate while property is iu its present helpless coudition The new railroad will be built and its ouly benefit will be cheap rates It will not briug factories and founda rlea or other large enterprises unless they can get water the planing mill shut down in 1S87 for want of water and the Bonanza Roller Mills hauled it iu barrels to fill tiie boilers No water no factories The brick yards masons plasterers aud every class of mechanics need water It is rumored that the K C R K will move its shops from Covingtou to either Paris Win- Â¬ and without chester or Richmond would stand no water Richmond chance of securing them although she Is nearer to coal and timber and these articles would have to pass through her to reach either of the other places Respectfully A Citizen And not a Stockholder Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS A backing engine on tbe Li Si struck a deaf old inmate of the MercereViuuty porehouse named Dan Cone and kill ed him a Common Lugs not colory 900 to 51300 tblory Lugs 14 00 to 1709 Qomraon Leaf S1400 to f 17 00 Medium to good leaf l7uu tocsaou gelect or wrappery leaf 28 00 to S2650 TO PHYSICIANS BesidencG At Princeton Itid Sylvester Grubb shut and fatally wouuded Miss Gertie LIVE It was asserted that the President already had the power to retaliate Neither the act of 1867 nor the acts of W B Smith Esq went to Mt 1666 or 1864 vested the President with Sterling last Saturday and made tlie power with which the present bill a speech to the Democracy of vested bim or with the power he Montgomery county After talk Might to have under all the circum- Â¬ ing about the relation of Madison stances It was akto claimed that the to Montgomery county and relat power now sought to be conferred on ing some incidents nf the battle the President was iu opposition to tbe of Little Mountain in which Oapt 2lh artiele of tbe treaty of 1871 He James instill and his men all oi held that lite artiele was not now iu Madison lost their lives Mr Smith force but that it was by the terms of took up the subject of tariff and article SS repealed after ten years He demons rated it so clearly that believed that artiele 29 died when the everj listener could see the wis fisheries articles of tlie treaty of 1871 dom of the Democratic platform died This was not the first time that and Mr Cleveland s letter of ac a President had sent a message to Con Â¬ ceptance lie dwelt upon the gress on the subject of our relations idea that free raw material meant with Can win General Grant had sent cheaper clothing eheaper agricul a similar message to Congress and al instantly tural implements and ciieaper ot LoimIou mvfcu eiigers were sent to Canada to warn the everything else that is made of from Canadians that their unjust acts must wool or iron or numerous other and soon tlie joint cotnmis article now oppressed with a war cease which nesotifcted high treaty of 4ou tbe tarut in times of peace Washington was authorized Thus it atpeared that President Grant also be WC CLEVBLAXHS LETTER lieved that tbe way to settle these dis On the first page of to days putes with Canada was through the power Tlie present Uluux the letter of President treaty making Iteeu President had criticised because Cleveland accepting the nomina tion for re election is published in be hud not rusiied along to issue a pro fall It is a document of great clamation under tlie act of 1S67 but ability and should be read by history siiowed that Geo Grant fol every voter throughout tlie en lowed exactly the same line of ioliey Hie history of the country showed that tire country It clearly defines instead of attempting retaliatory meas the position of the President and ures General had negoiated tlie tlic Democratic party on the ques treaty of 1871 Grant only difference was Tlie tions of tariff and internal revenue that Gen Grant hail more success witii taxation Phe relation of the his treaty than President Cleveland Government to the people and liad with his When Grants treaty the duty of the people to the Gov Â¬ wax sent to tlie Senate ami It was the ernment are set forth in unmistaka broadest and one of tlie best treaties ble language The effect of the ever entered into between this country stupendous surplus in the Nation ami Great Britain it was rejected by a al Treasury on the wellare of the triet rty vote Congress should not people is pointed out and the be unmindful of tlie obligations which baneful influence of a war tariff tbe government owed to the 10000U in lime of peace made clear as the men who managed the 5000 vessels en gaged iu the sea and lake fisheries iMon day sun Every farmer every trader Tite question was oue of so much im every merchant every profession Â¬ portance that it attracted aud demand- Â¬ al man every day laborer every ed the attention of Congress The an- Â¬ body should carefully read and nual product of tlie business was valued at wwuiu it was a 111 ess re read this letter whieh required and sitould receive at TMK RETALIATION- BILL tention Tne time had come uhen the government ought to be in earnest XcCnary ltefe4s the President and legislation should be such as to Sreg YirtkatMH er Mr Cleve prove to Canada Great Britain aud the lswis CMrse As the Fishe Â¬ world that It was in earnest The ries QsestMM pouer granted to tiie President in tiie ending bill was no stronger than it Tlie House of after the HWKBlug boar proceeded as the ought to be It was time that Cana Â¬ tyucial order to the eooeWeratioB of dian wrongs fciHHiW be reseiited by the tfce retaliation Ull Govern or Me United States and suppressed by Geat deary opened tbe debate He said Britain The bill should be passed that tbe message of tbe President sent promptly The treatment of American to Congress on August 3rd ISfiS placed nehermeii by the Canadian authorities tbe adniufctratton in a Una and cour Â¬ was iu violation of that comity hospi Â¬ ageous attitude ob tbe fisheries eoHtro tality and good feeling that the civilizaVry with Great Britain It was dig Â¬ tion of this age required between neigh Â¬ The bill under oonsid it Med resolute and eowageoue aud boring nations rrefretited a cowrie of aetimi for our eratkm was no war measuie It was a gtverument wbieh was worthy of the leaee measure It was a public an Â¬ approval and mnport of the American nouncement to the people of the United f rupJe While H might have caused Slates aud Great Britain that the s me peffeows to eulk like Achillea and government to he United States pro Â¬ o litem to hHbtlge in ahufe the general posed to mainain its dignity and pro The et ntimeMt was that the President tect the rignts of its citizens shinM be Hpbeid in bis effort to maln PresiJent would exercise the power ta a the honor of tlie country and the confided to bim intelligently conserv rights a ltd diguHy of her citizens atively and courageously The Presi lute meeage and the tariff message dent had a proper appreciation of the of President Cleveland sitould be record diguity and honor of thin great re- Â¬ e-i together in hWtory Oue sought to public aud any power placed iu his reiaee taxes and lighten tbe burden bawls would be used for the protection o tlie people the other sought to of American dignity and American Buuitain tbe right and dignity of the rights It was by no means certain that he would be required to Aareau eitfeea and both would be proclamation authorized by issue tlie the bill forever Prompted remembered by purpose sad the earaest derfre He Mr MeCreary hoped and believed pvri ii U ie ail dieptrted Question tbe that when the Wll was enacted into law tbe uraal good judgment of the l iii ojteited neghitioe and eon Pr dt l a in aiy with Great Britain and Kuglisti and Canadian authorities dr 10 tlie Uuited States Jjenate would be manifested aud all dilleulties fa r ititii aiinii That wag the proper would be ananged without anything e eau-t-icourse wliieii intelligent which would break up tlie cordial re Â¬ and etutghteard opinioM sustained If latione which had existed for many to retaliatory yean Itetwcen Great Britain and the the Preetdeothndres-M-temam lire wiiboul any attempt to make United States But let the reeult be a tiwuy ttere vet thofce lo would what it might the President would be have crn iebed him and erisps cen Â¬ Mtpjioried by tbe peoole of the Uuited sured liiin Tbe treaty so carefully States without regard to party There prepared by able and aesfoieuttous would be uo divicion or sectional lines geutlenten was rejected by the UHan but tbe men of the South and tlie men Saaoe vote of the RopaWloan Senators of tiie North would Hand shoulder to without an effort to reeast or amend shoulder in solid phalanx to defend it Wbfie tbe motive whleh prompted American rights and American honor Ptiesettoa might not be popularly Applause X THE STlSt Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 11 Desiring to remove South 1 ofler for was sebt to the penitentiary for eleven Cincinnati Ohio Sept 17 1SS8 sale privately my house and grounds years for manslaughter has secured a at Onion City Madison county Ky SHIPPING CATTLE Tbe house is a frame weatherboard new trial and been released ou 1000 Good to Extra 1 5 25 ed plastered and nupered with large 5 00 bond 00 window weighted sah iuslde blinds 4 75 Fair to Good and 4 3 25 stained glass in hall Tlie house con Judge John Edwards one of the CommonExtra Rough 4S Oxen Good to 4 25 vciauu tains six rooms wiiu jauiceuchimneys leading lawyers of Missouri committed Fair to Good Oxen 3 90 and good kitchen 3 oo Brick 2 75 2 00 suicide He had recently been defeated Common and Rough soft water 26 A well of with grate In an election for Judge oi the Court of Another everlast- Â¬ BUTCHER CATTLE feet deep at door Good to Extra Appeals 4 W 4 25 ing well iu the yard and pond iu lot Fair to Good 3 50 3 75 that never goes dry Henry Fritt a farmer and Archie Extra Fat Steers Buggy house good stables and other 3 75 4 -- 5 3 50 buildings Kimbro a railroad brakeraan quarrel- Â¬ Fair to Good Steers 3 oo Fine youug orchard and excellent 3 50 3 25 ed al a station near Kuoxville When Good to Extra Cows 2 75 to Good Cows 3 00 garden the traiu started Kimbro picked Fritts Fair 2 50 2 00 Common Cows up in his arms and threw bim under the Rough Cows and Oxen 1 Is 1 00 wheels wtiere he was ground to pieces BULLS 2 75 3 00 Mr Thomas P Curry of Danville Best Shipping round 2 Co with good post and rail fence all 2 40 Ky sou of Mr J A Curry of Lexing Best Bologna trees an 2 35 aud a beautiful grove of locust 2 00 Fair Bologna ton has shown himself a geuius and an acre in extent -- 3 - uui rair 10 uooa rceuers The grounds front three hundred a friend of humanity iu the invention Common and Thin i 25 1 75 feet oh the principle street of the vil- Â¬ of an automatic electric railway sigFEEDERS AND STOCKERS lage and my office Is in a neat and nal the object of which Is to prevent Good Extra Steers 75 4 25 convenient drug storo immediately on Good Steers 3 25 3 50 the street collisions between railroad trains ac- Â¬ Fair to 2 75 of drugs 25 cidents at crossings by giving a sure Good to Extra Heifers I desire to sell my stock There is oo 2 5 along with the property Common and Thin Stackers 2 and timely warning at the points of room for a stock of fancy groceries COWS AND CALVES danger Mr Curry has secured letters wish to add such Best Grades 35 oo40 00 should the purchaser patent on his invention both In the Fair to Good 20 oo3o 00 goods to tlie stocK Union City is a nice orderly village United States and Europe aud has Common 10 ooi8 00 6 00 on the Richmond aud Jacksous Ferry 5 50 bad it submitted to tbe closest tet It Best Veal Calves miles from Richmond 5 00 turnpike seven 4 50 works like a charm everywhere and Fair to Good Kentucky River and lias Common and Heavy 3 oo 4 00 and six ironi to tbe entire satisfaction of railroad two general stores post office express SPRING LAMBS facilities two blacksmith shops with men This is the first and only inven- Â¬ Extra- wood shop oue saddlers shop a school tion of the kind ever made and all Common to Good house with Masonic LoUge brick honor to the Kentucklan who has HOGS church occupied by two denominations man- Â¬ Select Butchers honored himself aud benefitted Several roads centre at Union City Fair to Good Packers 00 I have practiced medicine at Union kind Good to Extra Lights Citv for twenty years and know it to 20g The Merced Cal Express says of a Light Pigs be one of the best country locations iu 90 young gentleman formerly well known Kentucky A reasonable price and easy terms In Kentucky the youngest son of Gen are otlered ANNOUNCEMENTS John O John C Breckinridge I refer by permission to Drs Jen Â¬ Breckinridge the nominee for District nings and Poyntz and Cashier J E FOR ASSESSOR Â¬ Attorney is a native of Kentucky We are authorized to annnuuee W Greenleaf 1st Natioual Bank Rich thirty nine years of age and a lawyer J HARVEY for Assessor of Madison mond Call on or address me at Uiuon City of much ability He has resided in the county subject to the action of the Respectfully 12- couuty for six years and has represent- Â¬ Democratic parly 8- Dr JOHN WHARRIS CLU11 LEAGUE 3IEET1X0 ed Merced aud Mariposo counties in Wc are authorized to announce JOEL the Legislature Two years ago he was T EMBRY as a candidate for Asses Â¬ The following important announce- Â¬ elected District Attorney by a large sor of Madison county subject to the ment has been issued by Hon M C majority and his course as Prosecuting action ot the democratic party We are authorized to announce Alford Chairman of the State Demo- Attorney duriug the past twenty J WILLOUGHBY as a candidate THE NEXT SESSION WILL OPEN cratic Ceutral Committee and Presi- Â¬ months lias given such general satis- Â¬ A Assessor of Madison county subject for dent of the League of Democratic faction that two weeks ogo the Demo- to the actiou of the Democratic par- Â¬ Sept 12 3- Clubs cracy renominated him by a hand- Â¬ ty Â¬ The Hon Frauk Hurd the distin some majority over oue of the best aud Editor Climax The Preparatory Department is guished Democratic statesmanof Ohio most perfect gentlemen in the county Several weeks since I noticed in uuder the supervision of the faculty will address the Kentucky League of Many of the Republicans vie with the your paper a cull 011 me to become n and no paius will be spared to make Democratic Clubs in Louisville on Democrats Iu saying that Mr Breck- Â¬ candidate for Assessor of Madison this Many Voters of Thursday October 4th ou the issues of inridge has made one of the best Prose- couuty Signed Million Having considered the subthe current campaign It is probable cuting Attorneys the couuty has ever ject I have determined to become a to that a number of Kentucky Congress had Tbe records of the Superior candidate I thank Many Voters of all that can be desired Our aim iathe College and at men aud the Seuators as well as lead- Court will show that he has beeu em- Â¬ Million for their kind and I must prepare boys for time give a thorough iiractioal educa Â¬ ing politicians from other States will inently successful in convincing the soy flattering expressions as to my tion to those who can not take tlie reg Â¬ 1 therefore announce quantisations be present criminals of the county and the result myself as a candidate for Assessor of ular course Special attention will be Each club now enrolled on the lias caused the morals of the couuty to Madison county subject to the action of given to Writing Composition Book Keeping aud Civil Engineering the Democratic party books at the league headquarters aud stand above par Attention Is called to the following Very truly that may be enrolled before the day communication from one of our pa- Â¬ 13- C R Tudor of meeting is entitled to five delegates CONCERNING FARMERS trons a prominent citizen of the com Â¬ to the League meetiug and one addi- Â¬ munity Mr Burnani states clearly Stagnant water on the farm is tho FOR JAILER tlie method pursued and the character tional delegate for every oue hundred hot bed of disoasc and annually will We are authorized to announce of work done iu this department of the members cause ten times tho loss equal to nn JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for University is much to be desired that the It Richmond Ky June iSth 18SS amount appropriated for draining it Jailer of Madison county subject to the 3- Vice Presidents of the League for each ofl- action of the Democratic party Dr L II BLANTOX Congressional district the Chairman o announce We are authorized Proprietors of first class hotels Chancellor of Central University of every county Democratic committee and restaurants state that there is JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for My Dear Decor Last fall I aud other active Democrats will take more difficulty in obtaining superior Jailerof Madison county subject to the started my oldest son then in his twelfth 3- year with some mWgivings as to the wis immediate steps to perfect orgaulza mutton than any other kind of meat action of the Democratic party We are authorized lo announce dom of the step to the Preparatory Depart- Â¬ tlous making it so thorough that no poultry or game If this bo true it and during the your college precinct shall be witnut at least oue should bo a hint to farmers in all sec- Â¬ SAMUEL BIGGERSTAFF a candi- Â¬ ment ofyear which has just closed my date for Jailer of Maditon county sub- Â¬ second club aud all imbued with the spirit tions of the country ject to the action of tne Democratic special and critical attention has been con- Â¬ Ncatsfeot oil is the best oil for party stantly directed to the conduct of that de3- of the work aud zealous to give Pres partment and I wish to bear voluntary such harness Before applying tho leather ident Clevelands Administration We are authorized to testimony that he has received careful an Indorsement In November as shall should be slightly dampened so that THOMAS S FERRELL asannounce Â¬ patient and thorough instructions from a candithe oil will penetrate Rub every part thrill every truly Democratic heart in of tho harness those in charge and has made gratifying subexcept the patent date for Jailer of Madison county the Union and to send an unbroken leather parts with n woolen cloth ject to the action of tlie Democratic progress not alone in the studies pursued 4- but also in mental training and capacity Democratic delegation to represent Vaturatod with tho oil letting it soak party for application Kentucky in tlia next Congress We are authorized to announce well into the leather The system pursued in the department JOHN HILL us a candidate for Jailer is one that trains the pupil to think reason These club as fast as formed should Hives should always havo a freo of Madison county subject to the ac logicilly and remember Observation report promptly to the Correspou circulation of air around them as Hon of the Democratic party 4-has impressed me with the conviction ding Secretary of the League at the when placed on tho ground not only that few persons or even professional in- Â¬ Louisville headquarters not only Unit is dampness induced in the hives but structors have the aptitude to impress FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT the bottoms are liablo to rot The they may claim their representation these educational characteristics upon the We are authorized to annnuuee J B minds of young boys You have been but that they may be in line for active hives should be kept in a cool place HARRIS a candidate for County Su fortunate in securing instructors for this co operation with the other members also in order to prevent the accumula- Â¬ perintendent of Public Schools buliject department who are gifted in this respect tion of too much heat inside should to the action of the Democratic party and I earnestly hope that their services o that body Membership is not con- Â¬ 8- may be secured premanentty to the young ditioned upon the ayment of nn ad Â¬ tho weather becomo warm It pays bettor sometimes to keep boys of this community and that the high mission fee or the incurring of any a patch of rye for pasturing instead of grade of proficiency that now obtains in involuntary expense whatever and is allowing this department may continue it to grow and mature If so essential that pronounced success usod as green food until grass shall I am very truly yours A R BURNAM which the party is striving to achieve boconio plonliful tho ryo may bo and For further information that uo oue of them should be indiller plowed nnder and the laud put In Gor Catalogue apply to ent as to connection with the State Tnin mill et which is a summer crop L H BLANTON organizations By this method no loss of time or crop AV 5 Chancellok will rosulL The occasion of Mr Hurds vist to The best soil for tho strawberry is the State League will be made a proud a deep strong loam with an imper- Â¬ day for the Kentucky Democracy Beware of Fraud as my name and the M I-- -- Tr xi 1 Tjoc vious hard pan subsoil This land M C Alford price are stamped on tiie bottom of ail should be an old Bold that will grow Chairman State Ceutral Committee leaving the i n r my advertised shoes before the wearers three fourths of a ton of hay to tho fc and President of the League factory which protects l2 1faSersSL litfR be planted to corn acre and should high prices and inferior goods If against 5 the first year tho second yoar to po Â¬ a dealer offers W L DOUGLAS shoes -v RELIGIOUS tatoes These two years to hoed crops at a reduced price or says he has them 13 10 will woll fit the land for tho strawber Â¬ without my name and price stamped on The M E Conference will meet next ry and will cloar it ot tho white grub the bottom put him down as a fraud year at Paris the worst enemy of the strawberry Bishop Dudely preached at the Epis- Â¬ plant Chickens sometimes hav o dropsy copal church Sunday morning and IS THE FI2TEST IXD VEST eveuiug and confirmed three persons The usual symptoms which accompany it show by the bird staggering for a Rev Mr Lampion of Virginia who short time and then seeming to lose formerly preached in the Culvlnlst tho uso of its feet which turn in- Â¬ Baptist church this place will preach wards and in most casos its undor bill protrudes further than the upper here at an early day one Tho shortening of the under bill The weeks meeting at the Baptist is an invarable accompanlmont of church conducted by the pastor and water on tho brain being duo to tho Rev Preston Blake resulted in four abnormal development of tho fore Â¬ additions to tlie church three fnr bap- Â¬ head tism Â¬ STOCK MAEKET EEPOET By LOPER DATBB 4 CO Downing In the presence of thousands Ll e Stook CommlKSlou Merchants nt Cloctu of people Grubb was jealous natl Union Stook Yards aud Covington Stock Yanls who Charley White of Lancaster and Grounds well Improved Tor Sale LARGEST OP- - STOCK CLOTHING Hats and Furnishing Gods JA We can not give you a in Bichmond house and lot or a gold watch and chain with every Suit or Hat as we dont ask you that extra profit hut guarantee to give you more and hetter Clothing Hats Furnishing Goods than you ever got before for same money Owins to backward spring we have con cluded to CDT DOWI OUR STOCK which is larger thau ever and in order to do so we will almost sell them at CEfiTll HpilSIII Â¬ Â¬ Wefalij Your Own Price COME AND SEE THE Â¬ Â¬ Madison County School Â¬ LARGEST STOCK FINEST GOODS NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PBICES ever named for same quality of goods at the oldest Clothing House in Richmond Â¬ J muy2 tf B STOUFFER Â¬ Â¬ Fibst Street GENTRY CO Â¬ SHftCKELFORD 3EtIOECIWEC3SrjD BLlE3jSraTJOECSr The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricul tural Stove House Eurnishing and Tinware House in Richmond Â¬ IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN IN THE SA ME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR MORE IN THIS TOWN We keep constantly on hand a large stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE if all kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS- MATERIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all goods fat other Kites that handle Special attention given to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts dec for Tobacco Barns We are the agents for the most celebrated Â¬ r2rii WQfWfiffi Matfesrtiimifi rn SASY LRTtf irvfea2nsiateTf sii CAUTION Farming Implements and Machinery The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairy The Farmer can find all he wants under our roof Machinery Trace chains Hames Hay forks Shovels c The Carpenter and Builder can find all he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the only complete stock of Iron Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the town We of course cant enumerate all the goods we handle but ask all to come and see for themselves the stock of goods we keep in our 127 foot store house Tho wU find mum mm THBEE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only employ the most competent workmen Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic himself wi t give special attention to all work done in that Kne ROOFING GUTTERING Rt PAIRING C as he has done in the past Our long experience in our business enables us to be well up in it in the way of markets and buying our goods strictly for cash enables us to buy at the bottom puc and that benefit we give to our customers Dont forget that you con always find the lowest prices and the best goods at the old reliable house of SHACKELFORD GENTRY mch2i tf CO- - Â¬ Local Produce Markets Sunday moruing at the Main street Christian church the senior elder CORRECTED WEEKLY BV COVINGTON ARNOLD i BRO GROCERS MAIN Wm Van Pelt announced the names STREET RICHMOND KY of a committee to canvass the vote of Richmond Ky Sept 18 1888 tlie church on the introduction of an Beef Cattle Butcher- organ to aid the singing The com- Â¬ Hogs mittee announced the result at the Sugar Cured Hams evening service as follows For the Bacon Hams Country siirGu 33c 45c 253 Â¬ -- i stuiit J Sales on our market for the past week jiM clitft d amount to 1005 hliils with receipts for the same period 7S4 hlids dales on our market since January 1st amount to 60772 hhds Our market this week has developed no new features on hurley tobacco There has been some Irregularity in the market but prices ohtsed about as they were a week ago The weather this week has been favorable for the growing crop and considerable tobac co lms beeu put in tbe house during this week Tlie following quotations fairly repmarket on Mrs Wm Gastineau committed sui- resent our uot colory Burly tobacco and tobacco dam Trash cide by cutting her throat with a razor aged by freezing C 00 to 5850 Calory Trash 8Q 10 1400 iq Garrard couuty last week Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ organ 278 against 43 As church voting usually goes we presume UiIh will be regarded a pretty fair expres Â¬ sion from those really Interested iu the matter It is understood that nearly all those voting in the negative have signified their willingness to abide the decision of the majority Lexington Press Tuesday nfbrniug at 11 am In Ascension church Bishop Dudley ordain Â¬ ed and admitted to the order of Dea- Â¬ cons Roger Hanson Peters a nephew of Judge Peters of this place There were present of the Lexington convoca- Â¬ tion who assisted at the services the Revs Edward R Penicic of Frankfort W G McCready Versailles WT Sheppard Harrodsburg W H Hamp tou Ashland H H Snead Mt Sterl ing and also Rev Mr Pise of Hamil- Â¬ ton Ohio BUliop Dudley preaohed a most admirable sermon to a large con- Â¬ gregation and the Rev Mr Snead pre Â¬ sented the candidate The Rev Roger H Peters Unshed his academic course at Kenyon College Gambler Obio and afterward went to the Directory School of the University of the South from which he has graduated on the 3rd of August of the present year with much credit He will enter immediately up on his duties as assistant of Christ church Louisville Â¬ Chickens Egg Wheat Flour Corn per barrel Hay per 100 lbs Oats in sheaf per 100 Lard Tallow Beeswax liu 1 tcr - - 1 5 1 7s2 00 10I2C 506o 151 21 I5l6c 2015C 75c 25 5c E To send us ItrtawtoatUieheador oK 6TI rcsa- - Thosowto pe to hare tbo bert oxran ahuuri ocuuoias tevree wlm Uie merit or our imtnun bb ti n t 1m tareoor word for what we Mr butKc awi Seatohf lMtmmenta If no dealer calls ear omiw ta row ocaUty write to the factor Fine Carriages 40 cents for one of our W 13 L OOUGLAS FOR 2 BtTV Address NOOTHER LEBANON 5cfec c 1 SWc 20C s Calalojuelde Srre 9 34 MIUiER ORGAN CO Ia Feathers Meal - Sr 0340 90c 50c 25 BEAUTIFY YOUR LAWNS Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Clover Seed Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes ioai 2 25S2 3 6 00S3 ootto J2W- 0 25 - co 8si oot coa6c 00 25 6o7ic Louisville By Hover Tobacco Market Tobacco Dorrett Louisville Ware House J W Patented March 23 87 FOLDING LAWN SETTEE The only fine calf 3 Seamless Shoe in the world made without tacks or nails As stylish and durable as those costing 5 or 6 and having no tacks or nails to wear the stocking or hurt the feet makes them as comfortable and well fitting as a hand sewed shoe Buy the best None genuine unless stamped on bottom W L Douglas 3 Shoe warranted W L DOUGLAS 4 SHOE the original and only hand sewed welt 4 shoe which equals custom made shoes costing from 6 to 9 W h DOUGLAS 250 SHOE is unex- Â¬ celled for heavy wear W L DOUGLAS 2 SHOE is worn by all Boys and is the best school shoe in the world AH the above goods are made in Con gress Button and Lace and if not sold by your dealer vrrite f L DOUGLAS Ilrotkton Mass JACK FRBBJIAX Agent Richmond Ky Shoe GESTLEMEX 6 in FARM WRENCHES yrfll Outwear light Iland j- sod Strong Ah last two Ordinary Wrescbes and Out Â¬ YOU KrTTtTcn WANT This set consists ot a Btnewood noodle and feur taterchaBgcoble blades 2 screw drivers and 2 chisels finish same all packed fai a neat wood box This toolU constantly useful everywhere aroand the heese at tbe office In tho shop on the farm Sent fxra on receipt of 60 Household S D Set KENTUCKY CARRIAGE apr4 WORKS Pbophihtob JOHN DONBLSON tf Kt forreu or we will twl either on receipt of price 1 tor them Aslc Your Local Dealer 1 as shore togue them ho wffl get them he law not Srnd stamp for our iUuttrated caio- ELLBICH CO 51 24 sSSpFii W B Jones of SHtot Creels has Qvehuulred bushels of pre Full z seed wheat extra fide nunlitv ami very eleao for sale at 100 PER BUBHEI Amimpieoftliis wheat eaa be jeea at The CiiDtaX offtee Call aud see it- 13 15 Plants SMe Conn Tho Peer of all Lawn Seats Above cut represents our patented Settee Tho only Setteo over made that will adjust itself to tmeves ground Light durable handsome and strong Painted bright red and ornamented Prices Settees 8150 tmd 350 Chain 8150 Roc ken 300 each They all fold flat If your dealer dont keep them ask him to order for you from KE2ICAH FOLDUTa 0HAIS 00 1301 Id 1333 N 41 15 Main SL 6 24 AlE3Ilia MEAT CUTTER 0SZA roanaed Ufcqotltal tad pro tfc best for Huh Sun Mian Mat CrBSjWttn Scraps Haturt SUlc ie Ie No la aest cxsccia pnpallODtctrtarSJU AMERICAN tiPG CO Sd 1 TOuUagtsa Ayl 87 ST IOVIS Mu will make you as good a buggy r Cagfiage as can be untight any where la America apr4 tf DonelsAU The BTJYEBS GUIDE ia issned March and Sep-teacn year It Is an ency Iclopedia of useful infor mation for all who pur chase the luxuries or the necessities of life Wa eaa clothe you and famish you Trith nil the necessary and unnecessary applianoes to rldowali dance sleep oat flah hunt work go to church or stay at home and in various sixes styles and quantities Just figure out what is required to do all these things COMFORTABLY and you can make fair estimate of the value of tha BTJ7SBB GUIDE which will bo sent upon receipt of 10 cents to pay Hostage MONTGOMERY WARD CO 1U 114 astchigaa Avenue Chicago HI i Contractor and Builder Is prepared with an experienced set of hands to dealt kinds of oKe building and repairing Give him a call rnar7tf School Books at Whites and St near Garnett House 14 26 Drag Store tf J T3 y S iigijgffarrti- F1 Ice fJllAtiKB lU9 in am prepared to deliver ice to any I Co doing business Cheney An act to Incorporate the Richmond regularly or on short the Cityof Toledd County and State part of the city contracts for supply Â¬ Be it enacted - Work Company Waterfirm will bay notice Will make OF nforesafd and that said Assembly of the Com- Â¬ business housesshops The Legislature during its last session by the General sum of One Hundred Dollars for ing families offices the Kentucky plaeee Orders left a Dykess granted a charter to the Richmond Water Â¬ monwealth of each and every case of Catarrh that and other Section 1 That J Stone Walker Second streeet will receive empowering the said works Company can not be cured by the use of Halls grocery on C Chenault F company to construct own and operate Geo W Evans John prompt attention Catarrh Cure w Btoue U yj DykkS J- exclusively a system of water works in n AInlr Rnmuel aprn tf FRANK J CHENEY A Sullivan and their succes- Â¬ Richmond with the additional right to Heath J H nnd declared a Sworn to before me and subscribed k s- - tCT Ax- - alwayi have ask the city of Richmond to subscribe to sors are hereby made In my presence this 6th day of De HVt VtVUWV Acker8 Baby any body corporate by the name of the the capital stock of said company in It 13 tho only safe Soother at hand cetnberi AD11 16S8 Water Works Company amount agreed upon subjett to a vote of Ivichmoud medicine yet mado that will Temoveau ULEAHUiM AW with power and authority to contract It contains no Opiun Infantile disorders the people j seal Notary Public or Morphine but elves the child sued at Buck Water works Company and the and be contracted with sue and be The a tripple and tax from paifi Price S5 cents Sold by City Council have agreed to submit a by the corporate name to have Muddy Creek tort wek mini B I taSJim LJa Halls Catarrh cure is taken internal W G White Prescription Drucglat change It at proposition to a vote of the people the use a common seal and ly and acta directly upon the blood aud t J man who doesnt paint vote to be taken on Saturday October pleasure nnd to conduct and maintain Lemon Ice Lemonade Malto din mucus surfaces of the system Send Ken excep- CMv at Richmond ALEXANDER TRIBBLE DECEASED u e soctsss to be the 20th for the city of Richmond to sub within thn ger Ale Soda Water and Ice Cream AS EXECUTORS OF for testimonials free rates on K C R R to scribe for three hundred shares of stock at tucky or within any distance conven- Â¬ used Excursion WE WILL ON Soda 5 cents n glass at Â¬ F J CHENEY CO and ient or suitable therefor such reserS Dinellis 100 per share Sec 11 The City of Richmoud may numbers mi the houses Cynthina trotting races to day 50 Toledo Ohio pipes X The Water works Company agree to voirs pools auueducts mains subscribe to the capital stock of said tSTSold by J J Brooks 75 cents per Â¬ The Clihax effce machinery Sanns Specific will cure Rheumacompany in such amount as the Di Â¬ bottle corps M the Louisville erect a suitable reservoir at some appro welts engines and other The surveying as may tism or money refunded Price 76c at rectors may agree to accept nnd Issue Southern Railroad crossed Kentucky priate place in the vicinity equip it with du- - apparatus and other structures street last night Useful roi- - the pUrx8e of on the Big Hill pik i Moore lectured this place river into Madison county last Wednes- Â¬ plicate boilers engines and other machin- Â¬ be necessary orCity or Richmond Ken the bondB of the City to liny for the Road horses trotters aud runners Whites Drug Store faecond 5- bonds udt to shod In any manuer desired I have near Garnett House of Water main withid supplying the Titnplars Lodge Â¬ i bidder Ik stock so subscribed the day and are hourly expected in Rich ery lay four miles water run exceedlue twenty years and to n aiain to night the city limits set up a sufficient number tliekvi and Its inhabitants with mond just received an extra lot of four year School Books at Whites Drug Store scribed tracts of land Km 5 The cnnital stock of eald bear interest not exceeding six per cent old second growth timber for repairing public build-Â¬ offire hydrants furnish all tf HcHis5 Ck will Democratic r A Disastrous Office hundred thou Â¬ per annum payable semi annually and guar ind St near Garnett All work ings schools and churches water free of company shall be one all kinds of wagons c i ourt house on FrMay night The oftce of County Superintendent of charge and charge other consumers only sand dollars divided iuto shares of one Ipvv and collect a tax sufficient to pay anteed at the very lowest prices Shop Used one bottle of Mothers Friend All Democrats invited Public Schools of Estill county is pecu- a reasonable rate such as charged at Lex- Â¬ hundred dollars each the capital the Interest ou the bonds the tax to be back of Brookss drug store Jt U a before my first confinement act rM T0 acres to ko in corn about 30 seres m Â¬ Â¬ Respectfully stock ot said company may be Increas- levied and collected as the reeulnr an Â¬ Belle Pigg have liarly unfortunate as regards the mortal- ington or Paris also erect and supply remedy Looked and felt so and Mrs wonderful or- Â¬ holding it Robert K free of charge four public water troughs ed to not more thabiflve hundred thou Â¬ S L M1DKIFF c lumdred acre bhte grass ity ofthe persons 8febly well afterwards friends remarked It nual tax assessed aud collected for necessary buildings on the land sand dollars by a mnjority vote of all dinary city purposes but the tax shall turnpike not far Riddell the incumbent died last week one in each of the wards Would uot be without Mothers Friend other j Titts Creek Â¬ 11 Ramis Specific will cure RheumaHe was the successor of Nathan Elliott iwir nf iim snhl comnativ to be hfe lu addition to the ordinary revenue n The engines and pumps are to have a for any consideration who dropped dead only a few months ago capacity of one million gallons every cast at a meeting of the stockholders Provided that no such subscription tism or money refunded Price 75c at Mrs Jos B Anderson street V aiker of Garrard county and he was the successor of James P twenty four hours and to throw four dif-Â¬ called for that purpose of which meet- Â¬ shall be made by the corporate author Whites Drug Store Second Ochoopee Ga aod mmm 5- All in grass Comfortable ho sUlarer nrm sold publicly Benton who died only a few weeks pre- Â¬ Keg uo Atisum containing 299 acres streams ol water ing sixty days notice in writing shall Hies of Richmond Kentucky until the near Garnett House Write the BradHeld ferent but simultaneous 13 16 ile last Wednesday at 40 viously Benton died of paralysis Elliott ninety feet high be given by the Board of Directors to question of such subscription shall ry out buildings Georgia the designating cf heart disease and Riddell of some submitted to a vote ot fOo begin within six months each rtock holder Work is to have first been is the best They are es Children affliction of short duration Mr next after the election should the vote time place and purpose of said meet qualified voters of said city and is warranted is because it It will posi Â¬ v30VrC pecially liable to sudden benefit of the ceteren public stramre Preparation known may uircu the Riddell like his unfortunate predecessors wu-n- rUi erftp for 1 A ia majority of the voters Blood cure all Blood Diseases purifies the Colds Coughs Croup looping Cough be completed within ing The Incorporators carry and the work authorized by tively tic will be an entertainment at containing 56 L acres of which iuzi is uu acceptable of eighteen months books for subcription to the capital voting upon said question at an elec whole system and thoroughly builds up the etc 6 house on Irvine street was a good citizen and an We guaranieo J jira at such times tion held for that purpose in pursuance constitution Remember wo guarantee it Bemedy a positive cure balance well set in grass Comfortable AH three had relatives in Madison ficer The bonds issued in payment of the stock of said company This K a good move Sold by of anxious watching Â¬ as they may deem proper of an order of the City Couucll fixing Sold by W G WUlte rrescnpuuu county subscription are to bear six per cent pay ami niaces said books for W G White Prescription Druggist p j Toblc an aged colored man able semi annually at the First National and close and re open the time and place ot holding such Druggist m Kentucky Day tf 1 re subscriptions aforecalil as they may election and the maimer of conducting ars an ewer m me unneu Dank to run twenty years or may be None hut the purest cream used In containing 98 acres 75 acres for corn balance in meadow Music The exceedingly low rate of 250 deemed at the expiration of five years the deem for the best Interest of said com- Â¬ nu died on the 13th Funer--- s ot which election thirty the same and Cream Soda Water at for the round trip over the Kentucky Mrs 8 F Lail an experienced the famous Ice Campbell and Broaddus When ten thousand dollars of days notice shall be given by four pub- Â¬ 5 said bonds to be taken by the Water- Â¬ pany a TllnolKa w Ken been sub desires pupils iu Piano Study K Central Railroad last Thursday works Company at their par value The said capital stock shall have lications In some newspaper published teacher - pubje change in the Cincinnati Terms Xotlce and Trustees Take The latest method taught tucky Day at the Cincinnati Centennial d delivered to the Water finrlbed the company mny organize ACRES 100 acres for corn 20 acres for wheat it the past week extra steers earned thither an immense crowd When bonds are to be upon the giving of se- Â¬ commence business Payment of sub in said city any person shall willfully moderate Music room at u k ror- The Record Books which the new containing 10S 12 If Ret 7- 1 lariation in hogs heavy the train reached Richmond there were works Company 1888 No stock shall be after September school law requires trustees of a public balance in grass curity by the Company in the sum of scriptions for said capital aud maliciously defile corrupt or make mans -Sheep 425 are now ready In my i S5 passengers and 64 more got on here made at such times ana in sucn wy impure any water used by said com- Â¬ you a good school to keep 60000 W H Kelley will build be When the train reached Winchester office and I request that the same Incorporators or Board of Direct- Â¬ pany or willfully Injure or destroy any The city of Richmond will be allowed as the house cheaper than any man iu town secured at once Respectfully elected may cars were attached including nder Tribbte has botteht of three more reservoir fountalu balaHce mar7 tf to select two directors in the Board of the ors of said company when pipe aqueduct SO acres in com 50 acres in wheat Mrs A T Million l At raris vynunana Water works Company but shall take no determine upon 1 Taylor the Peter Smith prop- many passengers containing-1-- ioi -niES building or machinery belonging to County Supertiadent 12 13 - V cBt Mam street and will prob Â¬ Falmouth and intermediate points acces- Â¬ Snecial rates for Ice Cream for pic Sec 3 Said company may Issue said company such person shall be in election of officers crowds further part illSrAn above lands lay on and near Big Hill Pike within 3 to 5 B DisellI city mortgage bonds having not more tbau liable In a civil action to said com- - nics and other parlies er c to it about January 1st sions of other cars were made and At the expiration of ten years the If jou want a nice buggy phceton so that the train consisted bearing not more run of passengers 52- or miles of Richmond barouche curriage nan v for double the amount of damages of Richmond shall have a right to pur twenty years to rockaway of fourteen cars A train from the Lex chase the water works at a price agreed than bix per cent interest per annum cau ed thereby to be recovered in any Tt nncitUah on Stars an excellent musical Short Time Only 10 JOIHI KQiicisuu COUpe RO ington and Maysville branches made up semi annually and may exe- Â¬ shall uul appear in Richmond on at Paris ami followed in making twenty- - upon between the Council and the Water payablemortgage or mortgages upon any court haviug jurisdiction and Ic AH persons Indebted to J J Brooks 1 1 -S1A a i T criminal law of liable to u tiii for the benefit of the Chrk- - two car and more than twelve hundred works Company has a right to protect cute property franchises or water further beregulating the oflenises prior to 1888 will please come and settle of a mile of the limits ot lucnmonu rfI lauds eucb Council The City the State Walter Emerson is one of by note or cash at once All claims not Remaining Unclaimed iu the Post PRESTO acres for corn sod land 50 acres for wheat passengers Not an accident occurred to said company to ending the property of the water works from all rents belonghiK Sec 13 The company may appoint houses AH the above B Carr the agent here is jubilant the interest one or more watchmen to care for and settled promptly will be placed in the Olllce at Richmond Ky week Mr F well set in grass Two good tenement injury and to compel the company to secure said bouds and snid mort iu- Seoteraber 18 18S8 of a collector hand K Carr of Speedwell had a They were royally treated and Governor i itmiii hut the amouut of are in a high state of cultivation nrnteet its property who shall have the Parks Gimimy abide by the terms of the contract Branch John K their oalcd the Ilth day of May by Buclner and staff were the centre of ati Pigg Milton are the essential points ot tne gage bouds shall not exceed in wheu on duty as police- Â¬ f reliable Medicines are thebest Bently Histful power Above and Terms made known on day of renting or tne same VVX todependupon Ackers Blood El- Â¬ Body jack Â¬ Cripple Jack and out of a traction The singers did not go from Reed Harvy h NANCY TRIBBLE Executrix rnninrt nnd nronosition Now as to the par aggregate the capital mock men to protect said property and preRice Mrs Sallie inches high Richmond raare three eet ixir has been prescribed for years for allim- - Brooks Maud W necessity and desirability of water works company serve order T D CLIENAULT Roberts Eddie infvinmrKvl- - InovervformofScrofEjwwtof Bronson Crockett ur months old and is fourteen Sec 4 The private or Individual Russell Mrs Rebeca No one can urge an objection against a Sec 14- - The Mayor and City Coun tilous Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases It fa Embra Belle ALEX TRIBBLE Circuit Court holders Including to invaluable For Rheumatism has no equal Flaugher Nannie Smith A G 1215 good system of water works and the nronertv of the stock cil of Richmoud shall have power Simpson Nannie This court is in session Judge J R reasons in favor of such an institution are the nriidual Incorporators shall not be nass and enact such ordinances as may Sold by W G White rrescnpuoii Fisher John C lVt- - sent a car of wheat to Tevis David said Fields Clarisa Morton presiding On Monday Judge Mills and factories supplied liable for the debts or liabilities of be necessary or proper to protect the Druggist Treman C rJ Roller Mill tact week Morton was absent at the funeral of Judge numerous Gentry Mildred SEAT fire rates company hereby Incor- Â¬ Warren Nettie with water protection against of the company THE pronounced the beet wheat Greeu Melissa Advice to Mothers who died suddenly at Paris Co said company properly Turner Walker Josie Sec 5 The stock of Gridley W C SooxnraaSiEct IioaiailwsTi of insurance lessened streets sprinkled porated JtnWntsuoTr8 ui ng the season and the only Ure Walker Ribon usedtrheachliareniitscutUnBtetth lames W Caperton was elected special yards and gardens watered sewers washed shall be held to be personal property Hatten ureen THIS IS THE UeTeitheUttlesuffereratoncltpxodaaanatarftl Sec 15 This act shall take effect bo held out according to pre- Walker Tom Haggard L S only upon the Â¬ charged the grand jury He Judge and and shall be transferable nuiet leepimaUieUtaechernbavrakesj bright Its passage houses horses vehicles and numerWells Wm from and after buttSi Harris Caroline selling out is verr Pl It a laid emphasis on vote bying and books of the corporation Any persou White James ous other things washed off bath rooms Hange Stephen BEE ae licenses Ferry Katon and There are 237 cases on the docket which laundries and kitchens supplied drinking wlhhinc to retire from said company Brinkleys place is next door to post- - Booties the chUaoitenVDegnmyjiWilson Mary Hunter Henry 14 of office White Tilitha llielwood Wm W Bush and is set for six day s Jones Sam other oases Xireaty are cents a bottle water supplied dust mud dirt and filth or may do so by the sale and transfer Young Martin provided but Grand Jury Clifton Burgin foreman Lane ivnne t Moore J DTurpin and W3 65 all descriptions annihilated These are a his Hock in the manuer KIRKSVILLE Miller Lissie Lanter Geo V Heatric and Thos GiUon J W Huguely O C Mc few ol the uses of water works stock holder shall have the right to no HARVEST EXCURSIONS 8 Post Office hours from 6 A M to 7 P Nov- - 2 3 the L Turpin Jno Denny and WilliamsJ R Dunbar David Clienault We come now to a consideration of the demand or obtain a division of Money order and registered letter M Prof Renfrn a former teacher of Mr Willis His OniBa Geo W Turpin and S R KanaUarT J Douglas hours prompt 7 A M to 6 p M advisability of embarking in the proposed corporate property To Minnesota Dakota Montana Elliott Is visiting mends in the vlcln i Port wood leJune Armstrong Steven Satlet Hen scheme It matters not who are the in- Â¬ J B WILLIS P 3f Sec 6 The affairs of the company ity r Fur the information of all parties de bJSris2UR5K r derson Wheeler E D Ballard H W corporators or stockholders so long as the shall be controlled by six Director and rr M mic Ixdgc of Richmond has Haden S G Hanson J C Mason Tevis has gone to Missou Â¬ slrhii to take a trip through Northern shall be stock- Â¬ S- --Mr Willie rVuinril miards the interests Ol me a President nil of whom fcs UATG S rep rit a i aizc portrait of the late there if Minnesota Dakota or Montana for T C J Bronston and J A Sullivan and a mnjor ri with au idea of locating people and enforces a compliance with holders of ihe company country Veterinary College Ontario 11 36 ii Hollowajr to hang alongside resent the Commonwealth the purpose of looking over the iivnfilie Directors shall be residents pleased t the terms of the contract of selecting a new Â¬ ijge Ed W Turner Judge Petit Jury John Doty John Foibes VETERINARY SURGEON called to or with the idea arises how much are of Richmond Kentucky The DirectMm Dave Simmons was But the question boundaries of the U vik and Hon John Speed Smith W S Hume J W Powell W C Big What per ors and President shall be chosen au Decatur Alabama to attend her son home within the works to cost Office at Foxs Stable 11J wheat belt in the world and Masters of the Masonic gerttaff R C Boggs Thos Curry Wm these water Or Will nually by vote of the stock holders at Rpii who is very sick with malarial craudest rn 11 cent of the stock will 30000 be - - KENTUCKY on RICHMOND It is j LoJo of Kentucky an agricultural country ttuuuuie Abhirc S Taylor Thomas Samuels J thetonnown one fifth oronc fourth or one such time and place as may be provid fever farming dairy and stock at btocVton and Williss Maupin J F Francis R diversified company lun F Wagers F ftrvnann1tU Â¬ half or three fourths or nine tenths of the ed by the by laws of the TO CONTRACTORS Tones Thomas Ellison John Tipton J F Mrs E G Muth arrived home Fri purposes mem rani miuuwirVMfces Will the water works cosi 5 The Board may fill vacancies occurlng stock Xre m unexpectedly caused from Manitoba Ry will put In eilect a rate Todd I B StouSer T D Clienault Â¬ in same and may appoint such otlicers day very or f 100000 or 200000 to L Schlcgel has sent to the Bowman The Richmond Water Works Coma P Embry I DTodd J W oooJor 50000 ot the com rumor of yellow fever In Decatur Ala for the round trip from St Paul bids on Will the Water works Company ever and agents as the business fine v office a lot of remarkably Collins A points on its line cheaper than ever be- pany are ready to receive construct- Â¬ Ballard Sam Phelps Jr Joe Will the city of pany may require The Fresiueni and bama system ot Water works to be declare a dividend They were free stone and the Aug 2lst aepi nui mm until Bruaddus Ky Bills opened ed at Richmond Mrs Moore of OwenburK Ky is Lfore Richmond be able to sell her stock or any Directors shall hold their offices sea- - J ul 1 it kind we hare seen this will be soiu irom October 13th ror plans auu ryct iTooo way realize a dollar their successors are elected and qualifi- Â¬ lecturing here in behalf of the T O 0th and 23l tickets part of it or in any ADAIR irmmolh peaches The aor tlons address all noints south and enst of St Paul Before we can form ed and a majority of the said Board Good Templars i invptimenf Secretary Tjie Climax has now sixteen hundred C 14 17 int maps and information apply to For quorum to transact above a circulation never before any intelligent idea or answer the several shall constitute a elections of President subscriber Hall ot Winchester is your home ticket ageut to any agent MlssTillie Kstnte Transfers to know business At all reached by any Richmond newspaper questions we shall have vIsitiugMiss Minnie Elliott and Mrs of the company or now dont know Sunins to J P Hendren and Directors or stock holders meet is visiting Mrs Nine hundred are in Madison county things that we F I Whitney In per- Â¬ Phillips of Montlcello As to the right legal and moral to vote ings the stock holders may vote being a larger number than any paper Genl Pars and Tkt Agt Elliott It sou or by proxy duly authorized in oito fmm i instable of the under- E Grider to X B Deatherage is this much to be said k has ever had in the county Among the the tax there St Paul Miru sigucd on Thursday night Sept 13th 11 bought the Shearer It is writliiK and each share of stock upon and cities Mr Dan Walker a cs 2400 post omces in the county that afford large is done in other towns 18SS It could which the regular calls and assessments place price S40 per acre Corn and n lot in Richmond D B Mitter done as to railroads and canals lists we mention the foHowing 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure factories be entitled to one stock brought good prices He expects V Powell and C Humey 300 have been paid shall 141 be done as to hotels mills Carriers List 5 Chicken Cholera and other diseases similar institutions vote The President aud Board of Di- Â¬ to take possession in a few daye 175- - schoob or any other thin iu order about 16 hands high Richmond post ottce CdMIB t RKMRmM among fowls I will refund the money years old both hind pasterns and right Printing Com- Â¬ rectors or a majority of them constitut- Â¬ Were The Climax calkd to 23- White Hall remedy fails The attention of the ladies k especially V Willis Hile and family will remove front heel white Maue aud tail thin corporation with the requis- Â¬ ing a quorum shall have power to Go to Brinkleys place for Clothing iu every case where the 25- - pany a stock Red House 14- W G White small star In foreiienu aiiuiiym to nnd Dry Goods n d mond within the nest few weeks or ite clause in its charter it could ask that make alter and amend by laws most fashionable Fabric tofci 25 Prescription Druggist Union City Will pay a liberal reward for return line of Dross Goods embracing the c Jcf4upy the Judge Miller residence on regulate the management and atlairs or county take 30000 stock marSStf the town 3 hrSe DoylcsviHe 2d St near Garnett House PERKINS UJ4 1 He will sell hi two tcr Avenue S W DEJARNETTE Had the Richmond Hotel Company of the corporation and to uinu uie 20 CoHege HHl had in New York and Conege 3 ard stock near Wnee u mm accitv rlmme in its charter it purposes of its institution or 46 na coin witch ea Waco VXrxvO V triflo wlth anyTThroa Mr v lbliclv on October 10th company may purchase gBsLg or the county take town SoW Disease Ifyouhavo LHtKntvao3utrir for -bivvi Sec 7 Snid 40 could ask that the Speedwell Prof J W Herriug is teaching a ui 1 for the take and hold In tee simple or for auy c c mtes to town to ejneate hk cbM- wfttcblntba world reffl or Cold or tne cniiorea a 30000 stock and the question Kingston iu vocal music at Syloam class IteatenedwithCrouporWlioopirigCotigli lAw InAiftl keeper WarraotW HT ifm Ki voters would be does the town or the less estate any lands necessary for the 4onS WU nws English Eeraedyaad jpewat Berea and if so how obieetsaud purposes of said company Ctnt tt maxslfcfftt John Young and Lizzie Kanatzar use Ackers county want any stock a Both UUand rata iIm furthsr trouble It isPrice 10 and 50c SilverCreek wnrka tt CMTff cf fcvrvriflr i jri and for the convenient management eloped Monday night and were mar we guarantee it x YJSgSfcZZZiSS 55- - much crs D H Myen and Alfred Doug KkksvrMe la each locillf cmwoi Piescription Druggist H0wUtaJjpo3tMZ Will some generous individual loaded of its concerns and may acquire the ried builders bought the W G White contractors and 20 Edenton P waal ssaJttrag W uivcrh lanHtT to t0 la i x to the muzzle with facts enlighten us right to lay their pipes and aqueducts w Mitt in Richmond at pobBc sale Prayer meeting every Thursday even- Â¬ 5 Perkins in through any land or lot when it may They witt S Dinelle has introduced a new tt Fridav for Later Since the above was put 20 Bethel conducted by Rev Cun Million communication tie necessary to lay the same and may ing at frot wr and Is prepared to fur Wallaceton type the charter and a niL the mill doing custom grinding ningham Cottonsburg Ruthton mll on the same Paint Lick Big Hill Whites Station have been handed in and appear in this ereel establish and maintain sucnÂ¬ nish the purest aud besst Ice Cream in y ill build a planing W P S Sowers will bring his any quantities aud at lowest figures of buildings machinery engines reseruhzng the mill power to run the Terrnl Harris Station Englc Ford and issue They answer in part our lack cominjr week and quit 52- voirs aud the like as may be necessary thresher In the i mill machinerr They are live Cleveland come in with smaller numbers information for the purposes afore- Â¬ for the season ESiraJ nil lit onfcr Uit oor mb4m toy or convenient 5l2l5 and will let no wheel be idle Several of the last touilpitn ihenoo Guffs Handkerchiefs Gloves asd Donelsou uses the best material that said may purchase lease or otherwise PERSONAL A Robinson is with his brother We have in Laces Ribbons Collars J best work- Â¬ named offices are just over the county and the Salt If ran acquire the use and control of such tt it Rnhlnsnn and will act as sales the market aOords lmebut the subscribers live in this county Parasols all that can be desired men He puts up none but the best Mr T n n Tavlor had a auantity of T Tucker of Winchester uprlugK brooks or wells as may be man for a while Col Joseph Irvine The Climax has 40 sub carriages etc made In work Buggies office tne pur Â¬ necessary or convenient lor printed at the Climax uu county was in Richmond on Friday apr4 tf and elsewhere in Tobacco is lie ing cut aud if the wet to order Call on him WBTLX5D juist company and may take r day concerning salt and lent scribers The Misses Bennett of White Hall poses of said weather continues there is danger of 14 12 Kentucky Rlvir or country The re 100 r t all over the went to Nicholasville last week on a water from the house burning or scaffold rot Amons the Northern Lakes v that within the next thirty days any other stream or source for all the THIN COLUMN Â¬ visit Boating tide in the river and rafts of Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa Miscompany It may re- Â¬ barrels of salt an soil six hundred purposes of said Mrs A B Elkin of Louisville who coutinues to souri and Dakota are hundreds of de can tell you where Charley Ross or We quire title to property by gifts devise are running If the river rajc of twenty barrels per day This we Sont know anything was visiting relatives here has gone be iu a liLhtful places where one can pass the be New or purchase if the owners or propri- Â¬ rise com on the bauks will trained in U i jit twice as large a his average Dick Tate is but home With an artistic cntter thoronghly Parrith summer months In quiet rest anu en- Â¬ He ssmolies a seed portion about ale etors of any lands or material which dangerous condition Smokers from a in the joyment nnd return home at the end MA J OLICA Â¬ Tri 9ctb IitUob Baem and Lee Why is the Manitoba bHzzard likely to Mrs Annie Fife has returned the company may need for the pur Oh the women the Diessea speci Articles York school of art and design in Rents garments Fancy Chijja heated term completely rejuven- Â¬ of several months to relatives in poses aforesaid or the right of way with salt popular with we utmroaiu visit are having their of the become mens of Musical Ware Vio in every detail of the Ihumwss Missouri Each recurring season brings to Bohemian Because it is free raw material through which the company may ac party best houses of that city and versed drying apples tlm wet weainer ated Beaver lins Guitars Waukesha I8IBv9 ApyTS Glassware and wife of Dixon quire for laying its pipes and aque- Â¬ fun Oconomowoc Mr Jacob Slaughter feel for you but we caut reach you M E Conference in session at Nich parents Mr and Mrs ducts and other machinery and appa- Â¬ We Dam Frontenac Okoboji Hotel St aided by on elaborate stock of r J II Boggs brought to Tkb Clii Brass and Bronze ACCORDEONS assigned Ky are visiting her apples olasTHle made an assignment Cloaks just re- - TniilB Lake M nnelonKa wnne Bear Organettcs Mouth T Goods lat week a basket of A fine Hue of Ladles A Barnclt ratus do not agree with the company to the Methodist church and innumerable 14 Excelsior Springs Harmonicas nt Rrinklevs place n jie the largest of the season Dr Henderson ware Dr Dillard Price of Winchester came Hip nrlce to be paid therefor the com Â¬ Fancy Willow -- this place MUSICAL BOXES other cnarmlng localities with ro a ured thirteen inches in drenmMis- Â¬ over last Wednesday and brought his son pany may acquire such land or right of Take Ayers Pills aud be cured thousands of our best Druggists Station Violin and Guitar and weighed one ponod one A young man wrote a young lady a to the University way by writ ot ad quod damnum In ery is a mild word to describe the suf Â¬ mantic names ers and Grocer people whose winter homes are ou tisat bore Utem letter so tender that the angek would rail Strings Sundries f apu ce Thetoee Mr D J Snowden of urownviuc nas the same way and manner that ferings of body and mind caused by either side of Mason and Dixons line oW filing and only four year weep to read it She answered it in these returned from a business trip to Men- - road and turnpike companies are A moderate use Tolerance and comfort at a moderate Fancy Leather Goods Tenor Bass Drams habitual constipation resoBo smooth apples wilhex- - brtet woros - hikh Traveling BatnheU j authorized to do by an Act approved ot Ayers Pills will invariably regulate WA1KIJSG CASES frcesboro Tennesse A list of on it 1 readilv obtained ilav or The variety i not known eighteen hundred and J i PHOTO In and Out Door A heavr wrotwht lron bar makes a of Greenville Miss April eleventh AUTO Mr E D Cannon summer nomes wun an uecuijr nurseryman should secure a few An act to pre- Â¬ the bowels ALBUMS Games Croquets geod muskeeter bar when vigorously is spending a few days with Col Roy C eighty two entitled condemning land being high prices at Brink- - formation pertaiuing thereto is liom the tree of Regular war on scribe the mode FramesScrapj Lawn Tennis Ham applied You con pouno me uc wmi to the best made in this country White near Kingston distributed by the Chicago Milwaukee Photo U We are puttinj forth suits equal Bait for the use of railroad and turnpike leys place Rlshmuud Ky 1 ordinary skeerM with one well directed 0I will be sent Books and Picture mocks Base for several years sales Â¬ Mr R S Rice St Paul Railway aud companies Supplies Birthday New Year Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us mthanntoersary of the Independ- - stroke DIED man for S Pragheimcr has gone to free upon application by letter to A V bEC 8 The said company Is hereby Chibs Roller General Passenger andChristmasCards Indian jrder of Immaculate Sntnrony OV0B Carpenter H There is an editor m Kentscky who Georgetown for a stay of some length authorized to collect the water from and Ice Skates Fto- may2 3m Playing Cards September 27th 1808 The ffrfer lias been a man of Eminence for twenty Red House and springs wells creeks the Kentucky Adams died iu Madison county Agent Milwaukee Wis John Miss Sallie Cobb of bert Rifles Ladses OPTICA GOODS at Mode years yet we dare ay not a man In Miss Eula Lee Royce have gone to ntvprnranv other stream or source Ky on Saturday September 15th rrcetatthe Lodge room Gents Childrens ana Half Fare Excursions v form a procession headed by tbe Madison ooumy could call his name We Shelbyvllle to attend Dr Poynters flux aged about 40 years Into oue or more reservoirs or may lay lb8S of Invalids ami march refer to Mr Holland of the Eminence school 25thOctober Masquerade olaille brass band Trim On September 11th and pipes or aqueducts tinder or over any Mrs Mattie Flora wife of Lou Flora lo E2 -- 1 S n the principle streets of the txy U Ry 23rd the O I St L Constitutionalist mings Beads Mrs Wm Arnold and daughter Miss public way road street or railroad died at Silver Creek Madisou county 9th and Shirte Umlried nd t - - xo the Colored Opera CUmse an Feather Dusters Kankakee Line will sell tickets to Neck Wear Guffs OoOm Handkerebiefe Bettie left on last Wednesday for Boston but the same shall be doue in such Ky on Sunday Sept 16th 18S8 CALL MHBTING Jewelry Fans Japs- - ChHdrensCarriages various poluts in lowa jMaoroetto ri sreet Public instaBatioa of om where Miss BetuVwill enter a consevatory manuer as not to obstruct or Impede nese and Chinese nnlnundnkd Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc A metal race Price Muntly died at the residence of Wyoming Arkansas Xsew Mexico id a erand fe fivul Boys Express Wag- - of music in Inying the pipes or passage thereon Novelties TIip members of the HhttIb Demou win i Indian Territory Dakota Colorado Ad mis 1 Ions Velocipedes Ids brother-in-laeti two todies will be run i Plubare refiuested to be present John G Cole attorney at Uwt iay city aqueducts across or along any puoiio Kingston on Saturday night Sept 15 Montana and Texas at one fare for the Imported and l n rents or in repairing tne or road 01 He at n call meeting for the jnmsaouon the is in attendance on Circuit Court from way street time to time said company of consumption Aged about 45 years rouud trip Tickets will be good re- Â¬ DOMESTIC TOYS BICYCLES TRICYCLES same from K Prnate Sanitariam at LexiagtoE Imperlant business to be held In 21 and his wife have recently returned turning within thirty dnys from date Confectioners Arti I Doll PerambukttofS shall not unnecessarily obstruct BUch Kht Sept Friday Eliztbeth infant daughter of J A visit to his old home in New York 01 Rich a si C Chenault formerly be allowed court hBuee or street and shall died In ot sale Stop over will cles Sea Shells I Girls Propellers any lor eight years Supuiatenitcm 01 t 7JM ooliJk All Democrats are also Bishop Thomas U Dudley the Rev public way road as good condition as G and Mary Williamson ttie mp Wednesday Sep within Ihe final limit of tickets at J Richmond Ky on Brackets FUhing Tackle T attend as good speakers will iMr Estile of Newport the Rev Mr put the same lu in great quantity and variety from ivtern Kentucky Lunatic Asmm invlled lo territory to which reduced before the removal or excavation 12 sh 1853 The burial occurreu point in the Seins tember Bird Cag esf Lcungton has purchased what is be on the stand Hampton of Ashland the Rev Mr Pen rates are made elegant embossed gilt Seo 9 Iu laying or coustructiug in the Richmond cemetery lPIag Fire works w a- - the West property a targe Jso W CK00K8 Jb faecy ck of Frankfort the Rev Mr Walkley on or address nearest ticket Fancy Hardware Call Wm pipes or aqueducts in the City of Rich - n beaut uully mrrounded by twelve nl wife of Covincton and Mr Juhn Gipson died of secondary hem Â¬ ageut O L St L C Ry or Pocket Cutlery tj Chinese Lanterns Canker humors f every description Â¬ Rcinecke assistant editor of the Church mond Kentucky the same shall be ofornamnied grounds in a retired orrhage theresultof removing a tumor John Eoan or stom mouth throat reference to the - of the t and will be established whether in the aunty Ky 12 19 Louisville have gone to done with especial T A Ciuclnuall O GP t supply of alhiabiHHB in Madison from the system by Chronicle sanita- - ach are expelled until Friday The furniHhluK of an abundant j r dinuvbc po6ible a private on Thursday Sept 11th 1B3S aged 50 Ko Beattyville to remain Snrenparilla use of Ayer- the extinguishment of fires por Main and ifeeond Sts Richmond Ky Ico Cream Soda Water at 5 cts per rthetrearraent of patients suffer- - the remedy can compare with this Bishop will preach several sermons Mr water forcompany shall furnish water yean He removed from Clay county apU8 tf 63- H 17 S DjNEfcUS glass t ah a a a o- - nervous disorders other Walkley and wife will take charge of the aud the several years Pgo a cure for all diseases originating in gclyool and mUsion at that place tn the corporate autwjjes of the said c c is no in ution of this kind JU tbe a Jt t Impure or JmpQVerlaUvHJWootl r present of In tbc SomUj RWhmonA flE CLIMAX Yctcrinary Snrgwn Dr T J Martin veterinary surgeon J of Urrana O has located in Richmond Y bPThMBER 19 ibt8 for the practice of hie profession He come well recomraemhal and is a gradu Â¬ for water works ate m the Ontaito Veterinary College bid lie can be found at all times at Foxs away engaged in prac- Â¬ ed to only 10 cents by Utble rttcept when tice He proposes to visit all parts of the cewntr when called The quantity and L ter and family have re- - quality of the live stock in Madison coun- Â¬ Ten ty defttand a good veterinary surgeon and 15 r Martin will no doubt find a profitable practice K privately r iv offers Â¬ 30000 WASTED Asked to Take 800 Snares Block ofliieWalfr WofksCoMpany -- TUB WATER WORKS CHARTER hr wMs T city for thereof iU tire department bud for cleaulug streets and other put i c purposes upon such terms as may liioiI by said Company b agreed through Its President and Uoid of Directors and the Mayor and Clly Oiuncil or said City nnd said com Â¬ pany snail havejhe exclusive rlghtto furnish water by pipes reservoirs or aqueducts to the City of Richmond and the Inuabltauis tnereoi wiuhu no present and future limits upon such term as may be agreed upon Â¬ riEO 10 The company is hereby empowered to sell the privilege of ushig Hip water which may be couducted through its pipes or aqueducts to any Individual or corporation aud said company may make all reasonable rules nnd regulations as to the manner wiipn rucii water may u i iim teMfZ0cBb0 J fiJ I School Books at Whites Drug Store 2nd St near Garnett House tTlipnev rmtKes oatn inu Frank culor partner of the firm of ho is the f 2188 ACRES Fine Blue Grass J- Land Thursday ieQfc3 27 88 Mfc ammkKiehmotokhight t Â¬ J I h r the terinlxl farm c dwells dvvo PLACE THE TRIBBLE 11- a l- THE EATBUEN LAND THE ESTILL PLACE xhI vill ere hly vnJ ith the aid ip- - ooi5o THE BAIXEW PLACE lers ave ear HR -- i- iaETTSRS iar top TV fete ch Blie Â¬ wi J kee the DCll LeETT PATENT FASTEN olia 1 Hag rSheeror BIBB AD dng line tat t all -- fraftTP -- lo tho fo 5- Â¬ J MARLIN V rwmi I JS la - at en- - Tl - llJijLI I ns is or 1 rBTOniiUMjSTOll w sis- - all t lal EEWASB One Bay and DRY GOOD elding Choice Silks Henriettas Serges De Boges Cashmeres c you as 4 of t can the liflli -- r ig K ad rrasBi B- l5Sxg -- k are not ip c ser- 7 tim em Lace Flounces of all kinds White Goods in great quantity OQ Sees- - 1 and Sa1wSJfrcaBu BB McCAra M erchant Tailorini espriMtt 1 rt Si Freud Eilisli mil TROUSBSaarGS and VSSTIKGS Aim r 1 -- i GEHTS PTJElTISEIlSrfl GOODS t WALL PAPERS caw jffiim yiffl P Vtftii p 1 1 -- EE McCAM i W Ta J afe - - 1S WS m - if 1 1 ONYX ORNAMENTS Tier tbn Stnns Cems From nnd How II I Oat aM Oolored O irx is a Tarfeiy of agate oosist Iii of layers of rarijjate 1 ohaloedony arrange I in pturalM bands Tke colors of tke saooesdve slrita vary in different stones but in tke typical oiyx tley are black and white If onis of the layers consists of tbe brown chalcedony known as sard or tbe red variety known as carnoliaB tbe re salting stene is termed a sardonyx It was probably tMa kind of stone that originally suggested tbe name onyx from eaux a nail sinoe tbe oon trrsts belweea its layers remotely re Â¬ sembles that between the flesh oolored part of tbe finger nail and the white lunula at its root When an onyx presents a thin layer of wbitish chal Â¬ et doy spread over a black gnwnd the upper statam often exhibits a blu Â¬ ish tinge and collectors at tbe present liof term sweh a stone Hiote evident Â¬ ly a oorroption of the Italian dimin- Â¬ utive etweefe or little onyx The rinipal European depots fer these stones are Idar on the Rhine and OIws4ia on tbe Nahe a small town in Germany near Binges Ple onyx eomes from Urngnay and is fovad among the gravels of the Tarqnaire and tbe Bio Pardo These are known to tbe trade as Brazilian agates and H is from them that all of nr onyx k oVlained Tbe very finest apechnoas oonie from India Onyx n aeeotint of tbe straight banding ef the strata k well adapted for the cat-jtiag of cameos and was much used by tbe ancients for that purpose The onyx need in this city and in ffaet throngbont the United States eomes from Brazil It will be news to many to learn that Mack onyx is artificially Tbe original Restored stone is a soapy white and being jbomogenons in parts more readily tafesorbs tbe different ingredients that Up to make np its new dress The lapidaries who perform the work of enUiagr these stones live in Germany to wWek plaee the New York manu- sends hta different models in wood or brass or even an occasional drawing of tbe particular kind of jew tolry be has orders for The rock is J broken into pieces and tbe better por StioMs reserved for tbe coloring process A John street manufacturer informed a reporter that often out of one ton of fagate shipped from BrazU to Ger maay at tbe expense of the owner not mere than fifty poinds were fit for m and tints it can be sees bow very expensive onyx becomes when made i p into jewelry The costliest parts of tbe agate hav Â¬ ing been picked oat they are then boiled in an iron pot for thirty hours into which had been previously placed equal quantities of honey and acid Tbe boiling process en Â¬ ables tbe two ingredients to carbonize and hence we have tbe black appear Â¬ ance Soue of tbe agates are won Â¬ derfully compact Frequently a stone one and one half inches in diameter after having been boiled for two days wftl exhibit when broken up for use a small white spot in its heart thas bowing tbe of its texture Ojy x is principally used for mourning jewelry and is nmde into lace pins brooches ear rings collar buttons studs sleeve links scarf pins breast Â¬ pins wateh ehains chatelaines and bracelets The mannfaeturer showed a bracelet cut in Oberstein and containing fifty four different pieces the cost of which was 75 In this same bracelet there were one hun- Â¬ dred and eight distinct holes through which was drawn gold wire all bored by hand Another reason for tbe exÂ¬ pense of this jawelry is that all tbe boring and chasing mutt be done by hand and is a novel process A piece of soft iron about tbe thickness of a needle is used the point being first apMt into which is inserted two dia Â¬ mond chips which are allowed to proÂ¬ ject on either side Tbe artisan fat era this into a wooden spool and ar Â¬ ranging a bow so as to be used in tbe wanner of a lathe he site down to his jdaitr labor and tedious it is Onyx fc also made into buttons and the best tcastomers some of the New York merchants have are the army aud navy people in Washington who Iwhen summer arrives put on their light and white uniforms and in lieu o gold they invariably wear onyx TbT do not mind the expense when they pay at the rate of 24 a dozen AT T Mail for buttons and Eipreta FACTS FOR FARMERS FULfOF FUN IPvofessiona1 Cards DR A WILKESSMITH Practice Limited to Tbe only way to fiad wlial out soils want is to study thom by cax sinl observation and experiments Suc cisss in farming as in other basinoss requires the use of brains Grass is one of the strong pointu ia good farming and that without reference as to whethor slock is grown or not Fat that down in your plans for the year Good implements save labor Tho use of an inferior plow during the busy season not only delays opera Â¬ tions to a certain extent bnt the cfleets of tbe poor work done extend to tbe time when tho crop is bar Tested liens that are laying may bo liber ally fed on a variety as the produc Â¬ tion of eggs will cause an appropria tiou of all tbe food to that purpose bat hens not laying must be fed sparÂ¬ ingly or they will become too fat and fail to lay The indirect action of fertilizers in immoviag the raeohanical condi Â¬ tion of the soil and rendering its stores of plant food available is often very important Ilence cheap ina leriftls like bone and plastor arc fre- Â¬ quently more profitable than manure or artificial fertilizers A handful of wood ashes should be scattered around oach blackberry cane Tbe potash of the ashes is not only a fertiliser but exerts a chemical action on the soil as woll as sowing to protect against some kinds of grubs and insects owing to its caustic quali- Â¬ ty It should be applied oarly in the season A good vegetable gardon is an untold blessing to a farmers family It is bealthf aL economical and a source of enjoyment to one who loves the country and tbe variedy of farm life and products A well kept gardon is a farmers certificate of excolonce in his profession It adds a charm to the rural home whioh if possible oxcoeds that of a ueat door yard N 1 World Mon- Â¬ A mossengor boys diary day hired Tuesday tired Wednes Â¬ day fired Somo scamp recontly decorated in Uio night the great door of Sing Sing K Y prison with tho legend Hair cut whilo you wait Soup or fish sir asked tho waiter Neither replied tho gitcst That was a superficial question wasnt it said tho guests friend Philadelphia Times Sh-hchild Young pooplo should be silontwhen older people arc i talking Then when shall young people talk mamma Old peoploaro Texas Siflings novorEllont Customer Waiter bring mo rsomerlco pudding Waiter 1 cant rjust recommend tho rice pudding to- Â¬ day Customor Why whats tho mattor with it Waiter --Nuthin copt there aintnonc Book Agent How do you do madam Will your dog bite Madam taal I reckon ho will Book Agent Would you have tho good ness lo speak to him Cer- Madam lainly Sick Mm Tige sick Mm -h FOUND AT THE OF 1 thoroughly trained workmen out of the choicest and most fashionable goods Do you J C MORGAN D D S Mam street over Madiwant a REDY iifldE SOBT made especially for our trade by the best houses in the ESTOFFIGE Bank Itichmond Ky son National JEast according to the newest designs and out of reliable and stylish material juue22tf Elegant Tailor Made Suit Want toan after the latest and most approved fashions experienced and cut and made order t Dentistry by OFFICE Smith Building Main Street Office hours 900 to 1200 M ieo to jun2 tf 400 P M Casli Grooery Hois Â¬ DY KES ON J D XDO 3TOTJ AM ELEGANT SUMMER COAT AND VEST OR A FAIR OF HANDSOME OBJ PANTS W-A-ILsT- DR J M POYNTZ T BURGEON AND PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street next to june22tf Whitea Drug Store Nortli Second Street A fell ami eowptete stock of STAPLE AND FANCY G W EVANS MD made to order or ready made Harpers Bazar How long would a bank exist if it paid out and received cash without reÂ¬ cording il The result would bo that some of the depositors would draw out more than they put in and so rob the others It is because farmers do not take time tc do business in a business way that they so often fail to make Steckmcm farming profitable and Farmer A certain proportion uee doubled An experienced poultry man thinks hat the cause of failures in the many attempts toTceep fowls in large num- Â¬ bers is due to a lack of care A farmer will rise at four oclock in tho morning to foed and milk the cows will carefully clean out the stalls aiul prepare beds for the cows and his work does not end till late but he will not do so much for the Ivans Yet the hens will pay five times as much profit in proportion to labor and capital invested as the cows ART OF beat must be created daily from the food or that stored as fat in the body will be resorted to in order to count- Â¬ eract the effect of cold Thore is no standstill in the matter as animals are either losing flesh or gaining Every pound lost causes a real loss of two as tbe time and expense of re Â¬ gaining that which is lost will be of animal 1 M known coal fields in this country is 191000 square miles that of Great Britain at 12000 square miles and in Â¬ cluding the European fields and ex Â¬ clusive of China the aggregate an- Â¬ nual output is 40L980000 gross tons of which Great Britain furnishes 157000000 tons aad German yM 000- 000 tons Spain furnishes only 1 000 000 ami our own country over tons lOfcOOOOOO tons two thirds of which consist of bituminons cost D lr ing the twelve years ntling in 1885 the output of coal in tli U nited States mines increased 5300 030 tons bnt we have as yet merely touched the sur iace of our coal resources and R is urobaUe that tbe area ef oeal fields is estimate was out 197000 sqnare miles If we es t nate 3000000 tons to each square t io some idea may be gained of tbe i a rnitode of onr coal supply There j - rtainly enougb to allay all anxiety 1 1355 the whole output of our eeua n was only 7600000 tons about ris muck Seutland produosd 1 as late as 1853 coal was nt fro n Eiglanl to Boston j New Yrk for factories and for vit- eoasutnpttoH at 3 to 10 a - But eutaMe the countries men- c i bove we should note France J 000 003 tons annually and ii irii ii and Ausro IItingary with rl7C0XO03 tons each Fraaoeha i timated coat field of 2066 square s AusOio IIungary one ef 1800 arc miles while that of little Bel- in is ralticsd to about 510 square s Two countries that should be fi into consideration because of ir possibilities are Bussia and Chin a 1 m Inive an estimated annual yield i OjO000 to is each but R wsia has noun roal area scarcely touched i J qaare mites aul it is prob- - WORLDS COAL ShowJn- - That the Supply Ii VJrl rKre uaHy Iuexltuustible The reports of the U tited States Geological Survey declare that our stock of coal is likely to hold out yet for several centuries Tbe area of THE CONVERSATION Roles Sueiestnl as Guide When Con vcrluc in Corapanv It has been said and general ex-Â¬ perience unfortunately proves its truth that the art of conversation is a thing of the past Of talk that bap hazard interchange of ideas on trivial subj ctswith too often an Htter ignoring of the common rulos of politeness there is more than a plenty but of the refined sustained conversation of the salons of an earlier generation there is a lamentable scarcity At a recent discission of tho subject several rnles were suggested as guides to be observed ia conversa- Â¬ tion which are so simple and sensible that those who aim to excel in this line of entertainment would do well to remember them Talk as little as possible about your- Â¬ self be careful Hot to monopolize the talk aim at leading others to talc and not at talking yourcelf never flatly contradict do not allow a lengthy pause to occur do not talk a subject to death but leave something to be said and do not jerk from subject to subject but lead easily from one topic to another To iIksj might woll be added never descend to gossip dont rkle your bobbies in company and remember that to listen gracefully is quite as desirable an accomplishment as to converse welL VemeresVa A Suicide Croasus How much did you say jMr Newgold was down for Tho Minister Five hundred dollars sir Croesus Put me down for six hnn dred dollars then In a matter of Christian charity I cant stand on a level with an upstart liko him Puck Omaha Man reading Female carpenters have appeared in London Wife Shouldnt wonder A woman can bo a carpenter now as woll as a man Why so I saw by the pa- Â¬ per tho othor day that an Englishman had invented a machine for driving nails Omaha World Customer on Chatham street Four dollars seoms a high price for that suit Mr Isaacstoin Mr Isaac stein in a low thrilling whisper My frent dotvas a six dollar suit made for Mr Russell Sage mit Vail street It fitted dot shontlcmans too qu vick across der pack You dake him for four tollar- 1id BUs I hear they are going to have a donkey party at B s said a Par- sonvillc man to his neighbor So I understand was the reply aro yon Of course I am going said the Parsouville man they couldnt have the party without me And he couldu I quite make out what the other fellow was laughing at SL Allans Messenger What are those potatoes worth he inquired of the grocer Four dol- Â¬ lars a bushoL Holy smoke Fonr dollars Guess wo wont cat any more potatoes You wanted them to oat did you I can let you have them for fifty cents a peck then I thought you wanted them for seed Detroit Free Press They wore talking about that fearful cyclone in the West I have a mortal dread of cyclones Were you over in one somebody asked No bnt Host my dear aunt in one That is very sad You bet it was tough She hadnt made her will and instead of me another relative got Hie property I vc never had any use for cyclones since Texas Siflings 1a who was it turned the gar- Â¬ den hose on Reginald when ho was serenading me It was I daugh- Â¬ ter And why pray Because Shakespeare advises it He says if musics the food of love play on and assuming II ginalds brand of music to be the food of love 1 played ou played on him with the hose and a dilution of insect powder Tankers I GENTSmost DELIGHTFUL UNDEKWEAE Do GOODS FURNISHING you want anything Do you want the from a WELL EEGULATED Merchant Tailoring Clothing House anyhow Do you want something ELEGANT DUE ABLE and SEASONABLE in AND SURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Heconrt street june22tf GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned Goods Green and Dried Fruit DRS TAYLOR ASHE Practitioners in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second atreetover Dykes june22t Grocery Store BO YOU WANT AN EXQUISITE STRAW MAT DO YOU WANT ANY OTHER KIND OF A HAT If you do CALL AND SEE US If you do not call and see us Eespectfully DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luxona Up Stairs Residence at Willis House June22tf and plenty of every tiling in my line This house is DR PHIL ROBERTS Oilers hia professional services to the public Office in drug store on lower Main jiily27 ly Street Richmond Ky COVINGTON MITOHELL BLUE GRASS ROUTE East Itricf Business ON A DR U C AMBROSE Office hours 2 to 4 Strictly CASH af-Â¬ Basis THE CORNER SADDIiEBT KENTUCKY CEETTEAL E R Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to AH Points North West and Southwest ternoon June 22 tf FORD KY oclock In the W T SEXSHrTII PHYSICIAN Offers Fast Line Between Lexington and Cincinnati SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 20th 1SS8 Call your attention to their commodious and elegant house Mam and Second Streets Itichmond Iur MD SURGEON AND to the aug17 lyr The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOrSE WHITE HALL KY his professional services corner of SOUTH BOUND public No 2 Ex Sun No 4 Dally No 6 ExJiun NORTn BOUND No 3 A jau4 tf TRIAL FIVE Nol - No 5 MC HERNDOSTS CORNER There is no shop in Central Kentucky equal to it in appearance and the quality of the goods they oiler is in keeping with the house They have the most stylish as well as the plainest of saddles made in their shop of the best materials They have Ivo Ivc Lve Arr Gazelle ONE WHO STAYED A Constable Tells How lie Squeezed Mood From a Turnip i Oilers Ills professional services to the public ju4tf MAYSVILLE BRANCH Their home made and city made nickle silver or gold mounted No II stock of Buggy Robes and Lap Cloths embraces variety as well as eleNo No u No IE Dally Dully Daily SOUTH BOUND Daily NORTH BOUND S M LETCHER gance and comfort goat Japanese wolf woolen and rubber Ex Sun Ex Sun DR Ex Sun Ex Sun whips of cowhide wagon whips riding Buggy whips of whalebone PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON aMa pra Lve Jlayfcvllle 00 am Lve Oovingtmi SP of best leather whip stocks of leather and wood Spurs in variety Jntincou- Lexington 635 am 140 pm 735 am 425 pm RICHMOND KENTUCKY CnriMe 830 ara 520 pra 729 am 234 p ltris Silver plated niekle plated and wooden stirrups Milienshurg 47 Pra 857 am 258 pm Arr Mlllernburg- 753 Office ou First Street jtinIy 8420 am Parts- SP Carlisle 921 am fcit pra Bridles of every description fancy and plain delicate and strong Arr Lexington 1015 am 705 pra Johnson 915 am 610 pra Covington Jlaysvlll- e1135 am 6coo pm 1050 a raj 740 pra shop made and city made H BRIGHT M D saddle blankets the noted Bakers horse blankets horse boots No 32 leaves Covington at 830 a m ar- this train runs through to Richmond Ky Felt rives Falmouth 1030 a m Suniiav others arc daily except Sunday PHYSICIAN and SUKGEON c toe weights girts brushes curry combs spunges only RICHMOND KY Dlrct connection is made at Winchester with Chesapeake and A full line of collars hames trace chains back bands hame strings No 31 leaves Falmouth at 430 p m ar- AMiIhiuI Huntington Ohio for Jit Sterling W Va OFFICE Second street next doorto Charleston rives Covington 630 p m Sundav and Eastern Cities plow lines blind bridles and other things for farmers and wagoners White Drug Store only FAST LINE Nos S and 4 run via Wln Special Pullman Steeping TURFMEN CATS FIND ANY THING IN TIlEIIt LINE- - No 15 leaves Lexington 715 p m ar- clieoterilld Train with nivd Richmond Va ient mid attention given to Mioroscop Chemicnl examinations of Curs netween Cincinnati rives Paris 755 p m tissues and tluids of the human body Winchester and Washington D C Saddlery hardware and every thing else kept in a well appointed No 8 leaves Covington 520 p m ar- and 22juuetf Through Tickets and RtMgage Cheeked to rives Falmouth 720 p m any destination reached by a railroad saddlery and harness house No 7 leaves Falmouth 550 a m arrives For full portlculars address or call on any DR C S HOLTON fiRemember the place Ilerndons Corner Main and Second Covington 750 a m aseutot the Company or Streets Homeopathic S F It MORSE Physician and Surgeon Daily Except Sunday K TI BACON Trav Passr AgL Gen Passr ApL Note No 3 Daily hetwetn Richmond Covington Ky Lexington Ky Richmond Kentlxky C Â¬ Every Style and Variety of Harness Covington Falinoiith Cyntlilaiio lnrls Arr LpxlrKtoii Ive larls- Arr Winchester Arr Arr Arr live Uichiuoud Arr Keren Arr Livingston Richmond-Lancaster--Stanf- ord 825 pra aura pra Lve am 93 pm 328 pra Lve ara 1094 Pra 430 pra Arr 1140 ara 1050 pm 510 pra Lve 1130 pra 610 pra Lve 1230 P 1150 am 155 P 520 pra Arr 1135 pm 1125 Pra 605 pm Lve 200 P 710 pra Arr pra Si8 pm Arr pm 840 pra Lve 305 pa Lve pra 330 Lve SMS pm Lve 1003 1105 8x ara Livingston Beren 1025 a is Richmond - 1145 ara Stantiml 720 ara Lancaster bio ara Richmond- - 1100 am Richmond 130 pra Winchester 225 pra Pans yas pm yoo pm Lexington Paris 340 pm Cynthlnna 406 pm Kalmnuth 451 pra oopm A rr Covington Heath HEATH J F Cobnhlisox C0RNELIS0N Practicing Physicians RICHMOND KENTUCKY onVr their professional services to the IJaiily public ecjoara 650 ara 740 ara 815 am pm 735 ara 8 ara 3So pra 906 am 43 pra 1003 aB S3 pra pra 1135 am 515 am 545 ara 3j DR GILES HARRIS WACO MINNESOTA DAKOTA KY T1TESDAT A SeptsaTser 11th I October Sth ani Cir f Axtr st 5l5 VIA THE St Paul Minneapolis itoba Railway AT KATKS Man- Â¬ W Â¬ Â¬ CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE roinls west of Grainl Folks in T KOTA and MONTANA LJL TV ONE FARE no rowtid trip rn i i more tiinn TWENTY DOLLAR- - i oiudinR OKEATFA LLS Si ON TAN A PorsoDS desiring to take a v r HirouRli j Thwarted try greatly i are ago tbe understated Thirty official They were two chums and occupied the same room One of them was dissipated he had been drinking for several days and was apparently very much depressed Ho drew a re Â¬ volver from a drawer looked at it sadly sighed heavily shook his head and said in a low deep voice I have no money Ive pawned almost every thingl own I have bnt one friend left my faithful revolver It will do me a parting service Ill and he lifted the pistol from tho tabic Stop HoM Consider what you are going to do Dont shoot ox elaimed his friend and room mate Shoot exclaimed the supposed suicide Who is thinking of shoot ing You said the revolver was going to do you a parting service Don t be said a constable the other day that there is an obli- Â¬ gation mankind hates to pay even worse than a doctors bill The reporter couldnt conceivo ol any Well its house rent I dont say that hundreds of renters dont pay promptly at the beginning of each month but Tve met plenty of people who wont pay and dont intend to pay until forced at tho cannons mouth su to speak Have you removed many families this winter Only two out of over thirty cases Fve had on hand They hadnt the money to pay but all the othors squared up I had a case on Cham- plain streotyostcrday Tho tenant was three months behind He pleaded sick- ues poverty and all that and the com- Â¬ missioner finally issued anorder to put him out I went up to do it The man cursed the heartlessness of the world the wife wept over their misfortunos and the children held up their rags in appeal It must have been sad So it was I had carried two chairs out when th8 man knolt down and be Â¬ gan to pi ay I carried out two more when he got up Aslscized the lounge he said And so you will put mo out I must For thirty dollars Thats the figure Well come down lo tho bank and Ill pay it And did ho He did and ho had very noarly two thousand dollars left to his credit after doing so Detroit Free Press Bo you know jann W GOEMLEY CO Nortliem MIiiueMXa Da iy Lexington and Covington No 4 Daily between Covington Lex ngton and Winchester On Saturdays OXJEEN AITD CRESCENT To The Public SOOTS SHOES JbS Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT or montana for the purpfitM of Ioov i z II E HUNTINGTON F B CARR AgU over the wuntry or with the Richmond Ky Genl Man ger Office Main Street over D M Brights selecting a new home uitl in v -General Offices Covington Ky Office hours 830 to 1100 A M 200 to boundaries of the GRANDLt 400 P M Special attention given to dkea es of WHEAT BELT IN THE WOKI I women ami all difficult chronic cases and mu agrieultural eoiiiitry Patients treated at a distance and for iliverslfled faraiiug daiy a J Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad- Â¬ stock purpoee- will do well to t io dress mari6 iy advautage ef tltese rales For maps awl information ai ly n DR H R GIBSON your iMHHetiehet ageut lo any Surgery of tbe company or Practitioner in Medicine AND FAVORITE LINE TO i ia HQXTTE v A2B EATl s- New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the 51 51 RED HOUSE KY F L WHITNEY DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY Oilers his professional services to the public Office at Powells store 12- - 8- - OenlPiwsTkt As St Paul Mi n WALLA CERC and -i Pricijial Points Sol East and Mi M COAST- - THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC the Important Cities ol the South without change PARRISH TURNER GRASS AND FIELD SEEDS Km -- Have just gotten in an immense stock of Pall--and--Winter--Goodsf Morning and Niclit Trains anSSWiIflltS2xnlSS5rlSl Only T nuNsrsH through oars inr TWBNTY KiaHT HOURS to Jacksonville Florida in CONSISTING OF Trnvelers ImVe a choice of two kinds of Sleeping Car on V inn iAOllLU QUEEN ANDORBSCENT ROUTE MniinY KlegantEon duir UuUet Car and llillmuuV Kintal Ialuce ISuiTet Sleeper State Room Pattern QUEEN in the Urand Central tickets via this line aro therefore saved transfer aorom tho City una are assured a Journey attended with fcpeerf comfort and convenience Cnnnl JIUbIU Largest and most complete s cck Central Kentucky Our mono Goods and Lowett Consistent Prices RICHMOND KY P CAKROLI Special attention given to abstracting 77 and 79 W Main i titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky jann iy Lexisutos Kv Office in Climax building S E Corner Main and Second Streets up stulrs June 22 tf 1 -- a 42 j toi Attorneys At Law ts 1111 G R2U3E2S PRICKS Nearly All the Lending Railroads 33MtoMl4 passengers holding Union Depot in Cincinnati via- - Queen and Crescent West Fourth Attorney at Xaainr J A SULLIVAN E T BURNAM C9BLS BestCosghBjras lBtisae jrui WM9E itL ELSE FAILS as from the meditim price to the highest It is our aim to suit the public and to do it we have bought goodg to suit everybody We do not keep shoddy but good honest goods at honest prices We handle the best makes of custom goods and want a share of your patronage if prices are a condition RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R TJur OFFICE with C F nam on First Street June 22 tt KggginjL j a j an ci m Scud far TetUagood draesita Vso ia Travel uthemnsuX e Lino of the A H Doweix Editor Enquirer Eden ton N C April 23 1887 my- life 1 bolievo Pisoa Cure for Consumption saved J0HNOUAULT General Offices St Paul Building Johnnys Idea of Man All the boys in tho school but one had stepprd up on tho platform and read their compositions and every mch2i iy lLLce a Eespectfully Cincinnati Ohio General Manager Acting General PaweiiRcr Agent R CARROLL R X- - RYAN General Superintendent General Freight Agent 1 27 J QUINLAN General Advertising Agent D O EDWARDS St Attorney ai Xaw7 Miller oct6 BICE A H 5B0C1B1 igg ms OH UPPER RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE on First street same as formerly occupied by County Judge ly CS k rash - i i Why you blasted fooL so it is go Â¬ ing to do a last servioe I am going to soak it for a dollar and a half with idd Mose SchaHmburg and get somo beer for tbe money ami wrapping up the deadly woapon in a paper bo went out ou Austin avenue in the di Â¬ rection of the leading pawnbrokers Texms St flings esiabHshmwt Why Times Were Good Hew am times in this neighbor Â¬ asked a traveler ef a native of Andersen dusty Kr hood - Fust rate assmiatei Johnny was equal to the occasion His composition was on the subject of man and this was the way it read Man is a verry usfall nnymull to hisself butt the other anymuls dont never have niuloh use fur him Drakes Magazine Origin of Book Keeping The crigin of book keoping liko that of most other useful arts is in Â¬ volved in great obscurity Svstomatic book keeping is generally admitted to have beon first practiced a Venice composition was briefly dcscriplivo of some boast of the field or forest be- Â¬ ginning with tite assertion that the beast in question was a very useful animaL Johnny Biggs was tho last boy to take the stand and every body won- Â¬ dered what his composition could be as the stock of useful animals seemed to have beon exhausted by his ilil STREET Attorney atKYXaaw RICHMOND Office on Second Street POWELL Tho best CouRh Medi Â¬ cine is Pisos Cure iok CoHscsrpTioM Children take it without objection By all druggists 5c CTKSWttR All USE fAttS 063 THMeaeood June 22 tf EestOooo h D P AllMEE THE MAIN STREET JEWELER Is the place to go if jou want anything in qualities A J REED Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands of Coffee Roastod Pure Rio Combination of Rio Java and Mnracaibo Pure Mocha Will practice in Madl on and adjoining Pure Private Plantation Java Pure Arabian Mocha and Genuine counties nun in the Court of Appeal Office In Master Commissioners Male Kerry Java These goods are all kept in air tight tin cans office over Circuit Clerks office New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and June 22 tf Attorney t W S Xaaw MJ mar7 6m lnttoe STAPLE FA1CT Queenswarcj Glassware TVoodenwrc Paper WatorTiuokets nnd Wash Tubs E0CEE1ES Attorney at Law RICHMOND KY up flairs over Ramseys Office corner Main nnd MOBERLEY Ja iiiitnt4 Mii7liwiin a ztathaiaai s 1 s si 7 us 1 to i Farmers are in- good condition I Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Fine Oold-LIoaded ESiV Piitek marshes further wile duftodts may l Chiua also has an un f ii i k bui practieallr limitisi ex r of coal area The provinces of KM K uug Seo II to Nan ami S contain vast areas of coal Hio NiHt has SL70J square - of coal field principally aathra- and H is estimated by German a ii lists who have given tbe subject s i i attontion that there is oeal enough in China alone to keep tbe entire world in fuel some hundreds of Hsftlieus of years From these facts the exhaustion of tbe ooal supply is seen to be a very remote dancer in Â¬ deed and it hi very possible that the coal measures may considerably out Â¬ last tbe duration of man himself upon this earth Cklig Inter Otaan iint f under the the vat cx- - D mtknow that they air MMwy plentiful then I presume No kaintsay that it is And yet you say that times arc good ThatTs whut I mwod -- When the farmers arc not in good TOBACCOS OIG ARS Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Poaches anglO First streets 1- Skui rsiiiiivifcig 5 7i v H 8i MH1 KU 11 ns MiTinua i Mat I ilf 99 Ai X 8 7 At I 34 T HUM K - Etc 1 n qiuMwi is liiiiHfcast ijd M atiisi7 AH M 17 n IS M 3U 28 n4 II - a iii a u 1s 1S21 S ii J 9 SnkUnibrellas Fine Ituzors i f I y 5ALT - HOUSE LOUISVILLE KY The Largest and Finest Hotel in the city l i4ai7 5 37 2b Qtti T Gold Headed Canes codtkm Y r i m pM -- i And when money is not plentiful Ah hah Well at any rate I dont see how you can regard limes at good I do fur thar have bsen six still to jsos started in this county ia four months Arkansaw Traveler An eagle flew through an opon window into an Omaha businors estab Udtmeut the other day and was capt- Â¬ ured by the employes after a vigorous battle It was seven feet from tip to tip of tbe wings Poor Farmer Btaqae The onager who tosk la a ofceqae a m Tne Empire of Brazil is about 3ft wiles square and has 3700 miles of scacoast -- On a feaak thmt bad all gase wreittS Was so whelmed with chagrin That his bora he went in Ad husg himself op by his aeqo c Ymktr Qaxttlt in the fifteenth century Lucas do Borgia publMKxl a regular treatise on the subject in the Italian language in 1 195 Bsckman in his History of inventions- - says mat tne damans ol India have been from time inimcni orial iu possession of the metho1 of book keeping by double entry Other authors think that double ontry was known to the ancionts and revived only in Italy with the revival of commerce and certain quotations are adduced in support of this opinion which show that the an- Â¬ cients entered the receipts nnd pay Â¬ ments of money oa opposite pages in tbe way of debtor nnd creditor bnt nothing beyond singlo cntry can hi iuftarad from this practice The first treatise on book keoping in tho En Â¬ glish language of which there is any account was published in the year 1513 by Hugh OUlcostle a schoolmus tcr London Standard Tlr-0-- VwL I -- z3S 1 tn Fino Pocket Knives lAXD VF CAT2TAZ STOCK Li 5Krri 9f3CTMLF U li M 17 18 1D n 3 a 14 a ai H1I c i Domestic Sewing Machines AND ALL KINDS OF ai2TOZ3SnEsT07I 200000 B33rt r t ani iiwii s MlnS3li UIBUHUU 7 irj 7 Ks OIEEZO br43isJ Rates25o Sc- - to 4 Per Day tEAVlKG MACHINE NEEDLES According to rooms Hotol oct26 B RISG IN YOUR CO Turkish and Russian Ballu in ly BUILDERS AND Old Gold and SILVER and get new goods for it or tho SJAXCrACTVUERa C7 Business km Pleasure Vehicles tad SsoSlsfs Proprietors Sets Users of nn mvm CEUsnriiVTRnpiMrArarow aad aiwjFtctul Vnt Tbe tmdersigiietl vroald respectfulv anlift UIA 0 r nR fai aJI 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