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Vsp Ji yggMK 5jpaj 4ajSE W4 i i 4Tf- volume DR A 3s - 3L jB vl fil -- K-te 41 I vv hlSCLorei Spots on Paper OCTJCi ST I III n RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1888 THE MILLS EUL Coiaplota List of Duties Roformod tor only Stones unmanufactured or undressed free- stone granite sandstone and aU building or monumental stone All strings ot gut or any other liko material Taitow Waste all not specially enumerated or pro Â¬ vided ton of olio Inch and not less than teven sixteenths ot one Inch in diamtteri and sQaare iroa less than I threefourths of one lnoh square one cent per poundt Provided That all Iron tn slabs blooms loops or other forms less finished than iron In bars and more advanced than pig iron cicefii Castings shall be rated as iron in bars and fcCTUSLt LTT GSirEMAL pay a duty accord ngly and cone of the above Sec 2 That on and after the 1st day ot iroa shall pay a I033 rate ot duty than thirty IJulyl October eighteen hundred and eighty five per centum ad valorem rrowdd further eight in lieu ot the duties heretofore Imposed That all Iroa bars blooms billets or sizes or Â¬ NUMBER 15 rJlOFESSION AL OAjKDS WILKES SMITH Limited -- Smith r- - The Old Doctors Drew blood modern doctors cleanse it heaee tlie increased demand for Altera Â¬ tives It is now well known that roost diseases are due not to over abundance but to impurity of tlie Blood and it is equally well attested that no blood JBedksine is so efficacious as Ayera Soxsaparilla tnlckrouml Iron less fHSauucviouxtas stomraC3rt5TrtytlVoJoeuts Thereby Ir f A E tb Dextistry Tltlo Simplify a bhi rrilCr C BtiWlngMaii Street 9 oo te i23eo M ieo to to Rednco Taxation and tho Laws la Jielation tci tho Collection cf the tloVcnue perpoundrj Potato or cora stareb rico starch and other starch one eect per pound R ce elaaneJ two conts per pound I an cleaned or rice free of the outer hull and still having the Inner outiele oa one aad cents per poand Sice fitur and rite - fttun ptf centum ad jes2 tf J j MORGAN Bakt M MaiH Mreet D D S OFFIPE sca NiiH over Mndl IHobmond Ky OnoI my children had a large soro break out on the leg We applied simple remedies for a while thinking the sore would shortly heal Batitgfew worse We sought medical adviee and were told that an alterative medicine was necessary Ayera Sarsaparilla being DR J- - POYNTZ Recommended above veloHS Fin ICIAN AND BURGEON Seeottd street next to OFHCE JuueSStf i At Drug Store G W EVANS M D AND SURGEON rIYSiriAN CrFICE r mmd street DRS Fa C i TAYLOR ASHE jcue22t n Crr rj Sore ner in MeritoiRe and Surgery RICHMOND KY irC SectHid rtreetover D vkea all others wo nsed it with mar results The sore healed and health and strength rapidly returned J J Armstrong Weimar Texas I find Ayers Sarsaparilla to be an admirable remedy for the cure ot blood diseases I prescribe it and it does tho work every time E L Pater JI D Manhattan Kansas Wo have sold Ayera Sarsaparilla here for over thirty years and always recommend it when asked to name the best blood purifier W T McLean Druggist Augusta Ohio Ayers medicines continue to bo tho standard remedies in spite of all com- Â¬ petition T W Eiehmond Bear Lake Hick The following is all ot tha Mills bit which makes any otmago of the Tariff Dutitt The sections making certain modlflca tloasot the mode or potteetloQ are omitted aj reported from the Committee on Vns and Means the bill oonta nad the claaseB that aro Inclosed la brackets but not those that aro printed tn itilte As passed by the House It coatalns the latter but not the former These changes aro the amendments made to the orig inal bill In the House BMer Chicago Glob Â¬ EXplasatort He it tnaeiretc Sbcl 1 List on and after That the first day of l July October eighteen hun Â¬ dred and eighty eight the following articles mentioned in this section vrhon imported shhU be exempted from duty Tim er hewn and sawed and timbef Usett for spars and in building wharves T ruber squared or sided Wood unmanufactured not especially enu merated or provided for TTIE TREE on the articles hereinafter mentioned there shall be levied collected and paid the follow ing rates ot duty on said articles severally Glycerine retlned three cnts per pound Acid acetic acetous or pyrollgcnous acid exceeding the speclfio gravity ot 1017 fire cents per pound Castor beans or seeds twenty Hvo cents per bushel ot fifty pounds Castor oil forty cents per gallon Flaxseed or linseed oil lien fifteen cents per pound Licorice paste or rolls four fiit cents per pound which charcoal Is used as fuel shall be subject to duty ot not less than twenty dollars per ton Iron or steel toe rails weighing cot over twenty five pounds to the yard fourteen dollars per ton Iron or steel flat rails punched fit shapes ot any kind in the manufacture ot calorem Rice flour rise meal and broken rice which will pass through a sievo known commercIaUy as number ten brass wire seve meshes to tha running lnoh or one bucired meshes to the square lnob ihe space with n the wlros shall not exceed In length or wdth seven hundred and eighty seven tenthousandlhs of an inch tn Ayers Sarsaparilla FREPAKBD BY DR JOHN M FOSTER Dr J C Ayer It Co Lowell Mass Triee 1 six bet e i Worth 6 a bottle MAIN STREET st Door to Luzons Up Stairs Fo luiee at Willis Howse e22H 48 DR PHIL ROBERTS l tji- rs his irofessHHial services to the - t ilniR More ou hter Kiilinnniil Ky jtly27 Guard againt burglars and fire by Main chasing a burglar proof and fire prool BM idFM pur- Â¬ Logs VrevUfd That if any export duty Is laid upon the above mentioned articles or either of them by any country whonco imported all said ar-Â¬ ticles Imported from said coantry shall be sub Â¬ ject to duty as now provided by lavri bait In bags sicks barrels or other pack- Â¬ ages or In bttll when imported from any coun- Â¬ try which does not charge an Import duty upon Salt piported from the United States Sawed boards planks deals and all other articles of sawed lumber Hubs for wheels posts last blocks wagon biocks oar locks gun docks heading blocks and nil 1 ke blocks or sticks rough hewn or sawed only Stares of wood Pickets and palings Laths Shingles Clapboards pine or sprnco Plar straw Flax notborkied or dressed ly DR U C AMBROSE 0 - FOUD KV rt liours 2 to oclock in tlie af- - if T SEXSMITil M D IlIWCIAN AND i SURGKON WHITE HALL KY profeeMoaal services ln g7 to the Every merchant every farmer eery every professional man ought to have a safe Account books acR0 ofJtUeSor grain counts notes checks receipts monev Machinery designed for the conversion of Jute jewelry and other valuabies can be kept or Jnte butts into cotton bagjfng to wit cards roying frames lading frames and softeners from ail harm at small epene Iron or steel sheets or plater or taggers iron coated with tin or lead or with a mixture CARY SAFE CO Tim of which those metals is a component part by pound 2 West Eagle St Buffalo N Y All medicinal preparations khown as cerates the dipping or any other process and commerconserves decoctions emulsions extracts cially of the Carey safes can be taggersknown as tin plates terne plates and sol d or fluid infusions Juices linimcntsi loz iPOne tin scn at The Climax office ouges mixtures mucilages Ointments oleo 5 25 Beeswax huines man Â¬ Hemp maalla and other like substitutes for hemp Jute butts J te San slsal gnm and other vegetable fibers Burlaps not exceeding sixtv inehos in width of flax Jute or hemp or of wnch flax Jute or hemp or either of them shall bo the compo nent material ot cniei value Flax hackled known as dresied line Tow of flax or hemp lieorlcf Jvce IMrty Jlts ptr centum ad valorem Baryta sulphate of barytes manufactured one eighth of ono cent per pound tCemcnt Roman Portland and all othefii tea per centum ad Valorem j Whttlng and Pans white twenty per cen Â¬ tum ad valorem Chromate of potash two and one halt cents per pound BIchromato of potash two and one half cents per pound Acetate of lead brown two conts per pound Acetate of lead white three cents per pound White lead when dry or tn pulp or when ground ormixed in oil two cents per pound Orange mineral and red lead one and one half cent per pound Litharge one and one half cents per pound pound N trato of lead two cents Magnesia modicln carbonate of three cents per pound Magnesia calcined seven cents per pound Magnoila sulphate of or Epsom salts one fourth of one cent per pound Prusslate of potash red seven cents per pound Prusslate ot potash yellow three cents per pounJ Nitrate of potash refined or refined salt-Â¬ peter one cent per pound Sal soda or soda crystals one eighth of one cent per pound Bicarbonate of snpr carbonate of soda and salcratus calcined or j carl ash three fourths ot one cent per pound Hydrate or caustic soda one half of one cent per pound Eoda silicate or other alkaline silicate one fourth ot one cent per pound Sulphur sublimed or flowers of twelve dol- Â¬ lars per ton Ultramarine three cents per pound VarU green tittles an I one half per centum ad ralor m Colors and paints Including lakes wbother dry or mixed or ground with water or oil not specially enumerated or provided for twenty per centum ad alorem Znc oxide of when dry one cent per pound when ground la oil one and one halt cents per pr 1 Â¬ y IGiue Hkath J F Cokkrlisox HEATH COIINELISON Practicing Physicians IH HMOXD KENTUCKY r r their pritfeeefonal service In the i I iTHOT FIGHT Medicmc iSi in the U S Court dei Ktd I IIZcilraPropVAQSimmofWeats A Tho Original Wins C F Simmons St Louis ASiDinions Liver Propr Lir- - 4janly M A b L M has for 47 years cured Indigestion Biliousness Api-etite Oelatlae and all simlar preparations Olyeerne crude browa or yellow of the spec flc gravity of L23 or less at a temperature of 60 decrees Fahrenheit not purified by refin Â¬ ing or dUt lllng Fish glue or isinglass Phosphorus Soap stocks fit only tor ue as sach Soap hard and soft all ot whtea arc not oth Â¬ erwise specially enumerated or provided for SLoep dlp tesins pills plasters powders resins suppdsl tonesi slrupsi vinegars and waters dl any ot Which alcohol is not a component part which zro not specially enumerated or provided for twenty per centum cd valorem AU ground or powdered apces not specially enumerated or provided for three cents per pound ics pill DR I Tl rf- 1 GILES HARRIS WACO liid iirufeo lima KY jo trvlees tn the j4if i o neanw rwtoril K Churrht AdanwTcoB wntesMI wuo naTe Dcen ocftd out w or jour oenuine jw btm T hi moos Liver Medvin toTHOj sometime had to iobtitutc I I rTZeilma stuff for vAr xAi IteVHTsI CUIC but lt dont aaswer the Sour Stomach Etc a Extract of hemlock aud other bark used for tanning Indigo extract of and carmined Iodine roiuWImcd Lloonoe Juce Oil crotoBs Hemp seed aad rape seed oX Oil cotton seed yutptne DR S M LETCHER jnnly 49 o ut j 11 uraves Editor Tie of your Liver Â¬ i receiTed a package PHYSICIAN AND SURKON RICHMOND KENTUCKY t fillet It works like a charm I want no better Iiver Kepilator and cer tainly no more ol Zeilnus nuxtare on Firbt Street H W BRIGHT M D RICHMOND KY ir FICE Seeood street next door to Drug Store ml alteaiioH tud CIicium PHYSICIAN and SURGEON U i ite l alum patent alum alum substitute sulphate of alumina and aluminous cake and alums in crystals or ground All imitations of natural mineral waters and nil artificial mineral waters Baryta sulphate or or barytes manufact Â¬ ured Borasicacid boratjoflme aad borax Copper sulphate of or Wae vitriol Iron sulphate of or coppeias Potash crude carbonate of or fused and caustic potash Chlorate of potash and nitrate of potash or saltpeter crude Sulphate ot potash Sulphate of soda known as salt cake crude or reCned or niter cake crude or refined and Glaubers salt XUriteoftoda Sulphur refined in rolls Alumina Â¬ Petroleum t eiveu to JlkrnsiiHt- al examinations of lit s auil ilukls ol the human body IllUtlf DR C S HOLTON Homeopathic Physician end Surgeon Richmond Kentucky t1 3 Wood tar Coal tar crude Aniline ol aad its homolagues Coal tarproducts ofsuch as naphtha bcnilne benzole dead oil and pitch All preparations of coal tar not colors or dyes aad not aetd3 of colors and dyes Logwood and other dyewoods extracts aad decoctions of Aluarme natural er artificial Spirits of turpentine Bone black ivory drop black aad bone Oire v e hours 8 P M Main Street over D M Brights io to iiroo A M 2 o to salts by whatever name known and not specially enumerated or provided for Oiiw oil lalad oil cottonctd oil teAals oil leal oil and neatt foot o I LAFAYETTE and mi-i6-iAU barks beans berries balsams buds O CI-IICAG-bulbous roots and excrescences Ach as nut galls fru t Sowers dried fibers grains gums Ike Entire Tniu EUI TESCCCB Kithett tlitp and gum resins herbs leaves lichens mosses 1ruc litioner in Medicine Surgery Pnllraan Sleeping Oars and Elepant Be nuts roots and stems vegetables seeds and cllnisz Chair Cars on Night Trains seeds of morbid growth Magnificent Parlor Oars on Day Trains pressly for dyeing and weeds woods used ex 31 RED HOUSE KY dried Insects anyot the foregoing hltb are not edible and not TJE1 speoaily enumerated or provided for BETITZEN All non dutiable crude minerals but which have been advanced in value or condition byre fining or grinding or by other process ot manu- Â¬ VNION CITY KY Ms the C L St L C Elln Biff Four facture not specially enumerated or provided Oli r his professional servioea to the Fallraan Bnflet and Tanialia Use Sleeping Cart Pullman Reclining for r Office at 1oh ells store All earths or clays nnwroughtornnmanufact Coaches Second Chair Cars Kew Ill Class Coaches and Baggage Cars all ran through tired without change between Cincinnati and St Lotus China clay or kaollne Clait phta or dltci untcrcvM far utt in tht Elegant Reclining Chair Cars optical Initrumtnti tpectadei manufacture BarrwBKM and ryt gtattet Ontario Veterlimry College Opium crude and not adulterated containing VIA THI nine per centum and over ot morphia for VETERINARY SURGEON C I St 1 C and I B W Short Line medicinal purposes Iron steel Commodious Reclining Chair Cars hoops andbaUag Icotton ties or cotton tie or OTie at Fixs StaWe er other jmrpettt for baling for BmrxtN RICHMOND - - KENTUCKY Mmpoli Fecm Ills and XtoM Ion purposes not thinner than number twenty gaage wire Needles sewing darning knitting and all Via SHEIiDOir others not specially enumerated or provided C and TTA WllEds for in this act At Chicago St-- Louis and Trorts close and im Copper imported In the form ncdltte eonnertioss are aide with sit Ltces to of and black or coarse copper ot ores regainsÂ¬ and copper ceand from the northwest West and Southwest ment old copper fit only for re manufacture Tartaca Tlcltti ml Bxjfiri Clecti U tit Frindpii rclati RICHMOND KY Antimony as regulus or metal be obtained at any Ticket Office C L St Quicksilver V i il atienihHi given to abstracting Can C RvalsoTia this line at all Coupon TicketL Chromate ot iron or chromlo ore ti tn to inds in Eattern Kentueky Offices thronghont the coantry Mineral substances in a crude state and met Offi p in Climax birtldfng S E als unwrought not specially enumerated or JOHN ECAN GealPsis d Tkt Agent t inerMalu ami Svoond Streets up cmcnrirATia provided for BrtcU other than fire brick ur JuneSStf German leetag glat plain made of blown rlaH andtiitered Vegetables In ther natural state or in salt or brine not specially enumerated or provided for Chicory root ground or nnground burnt or prepared Lit HMOND KENTUCKY Acorns and dandelion root raw or prepared OH ICE with and all other articles used or intended to be A R Uur- F t J i u I jrkt Street- used as coffee or substitutes therefor not JHie22t specially enumerated or previdodfor Cocoa prepared oi manufactured Dates plums and prunes A Currants Zonte or other Figs Commercial College mNucNTvoE5flcTY Meats game and rultry Occupies 3 JJnrffc MZtitlm csaioT 7 Jootna Milk fresh RI HMOND KENTUCKY Egg yelks Beans peas and split pease JUKE ii Kirt street same as Pulp for paper makers use ruiftl ccupied Uy Cnuutv Jmlge Bibles books and pamphlets printed tn other languages than Esgltsb and books and -pamphlets and all publications ot foreign gov- Â¬ TIaalaeM Baart haiid Wrttlnc Tdesmabr ernments and pubrleattons of foreign societies historical or scientific printed for gratuitous Cneepttt Best But rest College in tho World C S Ootd 3IelnI over HlsliMt IIonnao tnd KzxxUum for Hystem all distribution of Bristles titer CoHmi a tuineu JfifueoHnn Umat Kyntmn ond ttt HfrM Balbs and bulbous roots no medicinal year Kearlr Mm Modern in atten lance bhe past I0OK Feathers ot oil kinds crude or not dressed and Foreign Coo tries Irscn J SUte RICHMOND KY 13 Tpaebers emptoyed colored or manufactured Anwfwtfn la o IiuioAs mmiHal Baok kecf4ar Finishing powder mie on Kecxid Street June IS If Pnimanahlp Ooniinercial BaalTiii AnUiiiii GreasR Bonking Jol Lw XerrtiMMlMne IVnrWPrrtlc 6tocfc Mercantile Grindstones finished or unfinished of Kail Builne lllininniiifcnnr itr Carted hair tor beds or mattresses o Boar ConrZe tualiulns Tutl XStaUo r Human hair raw nncleaned and cot drawn ta a nie Cmll sum it IMbart tinnd Hatters fnrs not on the skin Tctenrnphy a rcspeelal Typr writinB undteadMta sawesai at immb and can Hemp and rape seed and other oil seeds ot tle i havetJo r wth too Brsneas ODwrs be takra like character practice in Madison and adjoining IWr peeljl DrnirtnioBt for Ladles Lady Llrae1 lSxXNOTON couniiea ana in tlie Cowt of Apjieal Garden seeds ettr at MO tnhiirtaatA aud is acceaaible by LiBseed or flaxseed rnice in Master Oommlsslonera lnndlT rallraada Oradoatea Marble of all kinds In block rough or oJ No Tarnilao Eb over Circuit Clerks eOlce Onaranteod Smc - Tor Ircalan addraM sqaared1 22 tf June IT Lexlaftea Ky Oster or willow prepared for basket makers VTILlJmt 51 use 0 18 Broom corn Brush wood S Plaster of parts when ground orcalclnod Kaj s ot whatever material composed Kattons and reeds manufactured but not articrs Four good rooms on First street up made up Into finished water colors and statu Â¬ oil or RICHMOND ICY stairs suitable tot offlees or bed rooms aryPaintings in provided for But the term act otherwise Office corner Main and First streets G- - W Willis Apply te statuary shaU be understood to include pro P etaini over Ramseys 1tf feuienal productions of a statuary or a sculp ucial attention Riven to disea cs of Tin and all dnhcuH chrome cases iiiUs treated at a distance and H r tpathic medicines sent to any aJ y Cincinnati The Popular Line between Ochcr and ochery earths umber and umber earths sienna and sienna earths when dry All preparat ons known as essential oils ex Â¬ pressed oils dlstillod oils rendered oils alka-Â¬ lies alkaloids and aU combinations ot any of the foregoing aud chemical compounds and char Indianapolis DR H R GIBSON Â¬ DR T J FAIN AXITg SOXiTD Cincinnati and St Louis j T J MARLIN V S Cincinnati and Peoria HI f t PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law 1 I6tL t a -- Attorney at J E T BURNAM Iaw SULLIVAN Attopney IaaTsr5 at iir ocily Attorney at Xsawj Attorney at Xaaw 1 POWELL rnre A J REED trrot iTfab-antlfnlandliaKh-- tm i exmi W MOBERLEY Attorney at Law Proprietary preparations to wlt All cosmet- Â¬ ponders troches or lozenges sirups cordials bitters anodynes tonics plasters liniments salvos ointments pastes drops waters essences spirits o Is or preparatlons br compositions recommended to the public as proprctary articos or prepared according to some private formula as remedies or specifics fdr any disease or diseases or aScctlons affecting the human or animal body Including alt toilet procarailoas whatever used as applica tions to the hair mouth teeth or skin not spe- Â¬ cially enumerated or providod for thirty per centum al valorem Morphia or morphine and aU salts thereof fifty cents per ounce Acid tannic or tannin fifty cents per pound China porcelain par an and bisque earthen stone or crockery ware composed of earthy or mlnornl substances including plaques ornaments charms vases and statuettes painted printed enameled or glided or otherwise dec Â¬ orated in any manner forty five fifty per centum ad valorem China porcelain parian and bisque ware not decorated in any manner forty per centum ad valorem White granite common wae plaia white or cream colored lustered or printed under glaze in a single color sponged dipped or edged ware thlrty flve per centum ad valorem Brown earthenware common stoneware gas retorts and roofing tiles not specially enumerated or provided for and not decorated in any manner twenty per centum ad valorem All other earthen stone aad crockery ware white colored or bisque composed of earthy or mineral substances not specially enumerated or provided for la this act and not decorated In any manner thirty five per centum ad valorem Paving tiles not encaustic twenty per centum ad valorem Encaustic tiles not glazed or enameled thirty per centum ad valorem AU glazed or enameled tiles fifty forty five per centum ad valorem Slates slate pencils slate chimney pieces mantels slabs for tables and aU other manu- Â¬ factures ot slate twenty per centum ad va- Â¬ lorem Green and colored glass bottles vials demijohns and carboys covered or uncovered pickle or preserve Jars and other plain molded or pressed green or colored bottle glass not cut engraved or painted and not specially enumerated or provided for three fourths ol one cent per pound if filled and not otherwise provided for and if the contents are subject to an ad valorem duty or to a rate of duty based on their value the value of such bottles vials or other vessels shall be added to the valuo ol the contents for tho ascertainment ot the duti able value of the latter but if filled aad not otherwise provided for and the contents are not subject to an ad valorem duty or to a rate of duty based on their value they shaU pay a duty of three fourths of one cent per pound In addlUon to the duty If any on their con- Â¬ tents Flint and lime glass bottles and vials and other plain molded or pressed flint or lime glassware not speciaUy enumerated or pro- Â¬ vided for thirty per centnm ad valorem If filled and not otherwise provided for and tho contents aro subject to an ad valorem duty to a rate ot duty baaed on their value thb value of such fi ct or lime glass bottles or vials or other vessels ot Uko mater ol above pro v ded for shall be adaed to the value of the contents for the ascertainment of the dutiable value ot the latter but if filled and not other wise provided for and the conteots are not subject to an ad valorem duty or to a rate ot duty based on their value they shall pay a duty ot thirty per centnm ad valorem in addi tion to the duty if any oa their contents Cylinder and crown glass pol shed above twenty four by thirty Inches square aad cot exceeding twenty four by sixty Inches square fifteen twntg cents per square foot aU above that twenty flre tAtrtir cents per square foot Unpolished cyUnder crown and common winaow giass cot exceeding ten ny niteen Inches square oae and Vine eighth cents per ponnd aborotbit and not exceeding sixteen by twenty four inches square one and one- fourth Jlve tlgllht cents per pound above that and not exceeding twenty four by thirty leches square one and oae half two cents per pound aU above that one and three fourths tuo and one half cents per pound Provided That vipoluhed eginder crown and common tciidotc gUti imported in boxtt containing fiflg square feet ct nerz at ttztritilt permit fumtnmen and eommeraily ttettanattJ at fifty feet of glatt tingle thek aid uefjhtng not to exceed fifty fite poundt of ciattper box thall be entered and computed at fifty pOundt ef glatt ony and that taid iindt af glutt imported in boxtt containing at nearly at tizet trill permit fifty feet bf glatt now tnoicn and commerclalty detignated at fifty feet of glatt doull thtct and not exceeding ninety ouiuli in weight thall be entered and computed at eighty poundt of glatt only but in all other catet the duty thall be comr puled according to tht actual weight of glatt Cast polished plate glass unsUveted above twenty four by thirty Inches square and cot exceeding Iweaty four by sixty inches square twenty cents per square foot all above that forty cents per square foot Cast polished plate glass silvered or looking gloss plates above twenty four by thirty inches square aad not exceeding twenty four by sixty lncbos square twontj flve cents per square toot aU above that forty five cents per square foot Porcelain and Bohemian glass chemical glassware painted glassware stained glass and all other manufactures ot glass or of which glass shaU be the component material of chief value cot specially enumerated or provided tor forty per centnm ad valorem Iron In pigs iron kentledge six dollars per ton Iron railway bars weighing more than twenty-five pounds to the yard eleven dollars per ton Steel railway bars and raUway bars made In part ot steel we going more than twenty five pounds to the yard and slabs and biUets ot steel eleven dollars per ton Bar iron rolled or hammered comprising flats cot loss than ono inch wide nor less than threc gUbUis of one Inch thick seven tenths ot ono cent por pouaJ comprising round iron not less than three fourths of one inch in diameter and square iroa not less than three fourths ot one inch square and flats less than ons Inch wide or less lira ttrce eUhljjiCgne inch Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ teen dollars per 10 a Round iron in coils or rods less than seven sixteenths ot one Inch in diameter and bars or shapes ot roVed iron not specially enumerated or provided for ono cent per pound Iron or tteelfint xth tongtttdinal riot for tht tmn fadurt of fencing four lentht of a cent per pouid Sheet iron common or black thinner thail ono lnoh and hot thinner than cumber twenty wire gauge one cent per pound th nser than number twedty itifo gduge and cot thinner than cumber twenty five wlrS gangs on9 and one tenth ot one per cent per pound thinner than number twenty flvo wire gauge and not thinner than number twenty nine wire gauge one and one fourth ot one per cnt per pound thinner than number twenty niae wto gauge aid all Iron commercially known as common or blaak taggers iron whether put up In boxes or bundles or not thirty ior centum ad valorem Provided That oa nU such Iron and steel sheets or plates aforesaid excepting on what are known commercially as tin plates terne plates and taggers tin when galvanised or coated w th zne or spelter or other metals or any alloy of tlose mentis one fourth of one cent per pound add tlonal when not thinner than cumber twenty ttire gauge thinner that number Iwenly wrc gauge and cot thinner than cumber twenty five wire gauge one hall cent per pound additional and when thinner than twenty Ave w re gauge three fourths ot one rent per pound addit onaL Hoop or band or scroll or other iron eight Inches or less in width and cot thinner than number ten wire gauge ono cent per pound thinner than number ten wire gauge ard cot thinner than number twenty wire gauge one and one tenth cents per pound thinner than number twenty wire gauge ono and three- tenth cents per pound Provided That aU ar tides cot specially enumerated or provided for whether wholly or partly manufactured made from sheet plate hoop band or scroll Iron herein provided for or of which such sheet plate boop band or scroU iron ShaU be the material ot chief value shall pay one fourth of ono oent per pound more duty than that Imposed on the iron from which they arc made or which shall be sucb material ot chlel value Cast iron pipe ot every description stx tccths of one cent per pound Cut nails andsp kes ot iron or steel one cent per pound Cut tacksi brads or sprigs thirty five pet centum ad valorem Iron or steel railway fish plates or splice bars eight tenths of one cent per pound Wrought iron or steel spikes nuts and washers and horse mule or ox shoes One and one half cents per pound Anvils anchors or parts thereof mill Irons and mill cranks ot wrought iron and wrought iron for ships and forglngs ot Iron and steel for Vessels steam engines and locomotives or parts thereof weighicgeach twenty five pounds or more oae and one half cents per pound Iron or steel rivets bolts with or with- Â¬ out threads or nuts or bolt blanks and finished hinges or hinge blanks one and one halt cents per pound Iron br steel blacksmiths hammers and Sledges track tools wedges and crowbarsi one and one half ot one cent per pound Iron or steel axles parts thereof axle bars axle blanks or forglngs for axles without refer once to the stage or style of manufacture one and one halt cents per pound Horseshoo nails bob nails and wire nails and all other wrought lron or steel nails cot specially enumerated or povided for two and one half cents per pound Boiler tubes or other tubes or flues or stays of wrought iron or steel one aad one half cents per pound Chain or chains ot all kinds made ot iron or steel less than three fourths ot one Inch In diameter one and one fourth cents per pound less than three fourths of one lnoh and not less than three eighths of one inch In diameter one and ono half conts per pound less than three eighths ot one Inch In diameter two cents per Â¬ twenty per centum ad valcem Paddy or rice having the outer hull on one cent per pounli Raisins one and one hat cents per pound Peanuts or crOUml beans three fourths of one cent per pound sbelledi one cent per pound Mustard ground or preserved in bottles Or otherwise six cents per pound Cotton thread yarn warps or warp yarn Whether single or advanced beyond the condi- Â¬ tion of single by twisting two or more single yarns together whether onbdms or in bun Â¬ dles skeins or cops or in any other form Val ded at riot exceeding forty cents per pound thirty live pBrcentiim advalWrera valued at over forty cents per pound forty per centum ad valorem On all cotton clots forty per centum ad valorem Spool thread ot cotton forty per centum ad valorem Flax hackled known at dretieJ lintendollart per ton Brown and bleached linens ducks canvas paddings cot bottoms diapers crash hucka backs handkerchiefs lawns or other manu- Â¬ factures of flax Jute or hemp or of whch flax jute or hemp shall bo the component material of chief value not speciaUy enumerated or provided lfl t trenty flve per centuta ad valorem ProH led That cad- - collars shirts and other manufactures ot wearing apparel made in whole or in part ot linen and not otherwise provided for and hydraulic hose thirty five per coutum ad valorem Flax hemp and juto J ams and all twines ot hemp jute jute butts sunn sisal grass ramie and China grass fifteen per centum ad valorem Flax or linen thread twine and pack thread and all manufactures of flax or ot which flax shall be the component material of chief value cot specially enumerated or provided for twenty Are per centum ad valorem Oil cloth foundations or floor cloth canvas or burlaps exceed ng sixty inches in width made of flax jute or hemp or of which flax jute or hemp or cither ot them shall be the component material of chiat value twenty five per centum ad valorem Oil oloths for floors stamped painted or printed and on all Other oil cloth except silk oil cloth and on water proof cloth not other wise provided for twenty Ave per centum ad valorem Gunny clotb not bagglngi fifteen per centum advaloremi Bags and bagging and like mandfactGres cot specially enumerated or provided tor including bagging tor cotton composed wholly or in part of flax hemp Jute gunny cloth gunny bags or other material fifteen per centum ad valorem thret dJIUKt cent per pound Tarred cables or cordage twentjMlvd pet centum ad valorem Untarrod manila cordage twenty five por centum ad valorem AU other untarred cordage twenty five per centum ad valorem Seines and se ie and gllllng twine twenty flvo per centum au valorem Sail dock or canvas for sails twenty five por centum ad valorem Russ a and other sheetings of fiax or hemp brown or white twenty five per centum ad val- Â¬ orem Another manufactures hemp or of manila or ot which hemp or manila shall be a component material ot chief value not spec ally enumerated or provided for twenty five rer centum ad valorem Grass cloth and other manufactures of jute ramie China and sisal grass not specially enu Â¬ merated orprovided for twenty five per centum ad valorem Provided That as to jute jute butts sunn and sisal grass and manufactures thereof except barlaps not exceeding sixty inches in width this act thall tako effect Jan Â¬ uary first eighteen hundred and eighty nine and as to flax hemp manila and other like substitutes for hemp aad the manufactures thereof upon July first eighteen hundred and clghty mne Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ merated or prorded for thirty per centum ad valorem Dolls and toy thirty per centum ad valorem Fans of all kinds except palm leaf fans ot whatever material composed thirty per centum ad valorem Feathers of all kinds when dressed colored or manufactured lnoluding dressed and fin ished birds arid artfielal aad ornamental feathers and flowers o parts thereof ot what ever material composed not cpeefally enumer Â¬ ated or provided or thirty flva p centum ad valorem Friction and lucifer matches ot all descriptions twenty five per ceatum ad valorem Gloves of all descriptions wholly or par- Â¬ tially manufactured forty per centum ad vaÂ¬ lorem Provided That glove made of silk taf feta shall be taxed fifty per centnm ad valorem Gun wads of all descriptions twenty flvo per Centum ad valorem Gutta percha manufactured and aU articles of hard rubber not specially enumerated or provided for thirty five per oentum advaV rem Hair human if clean or drawn but not manufactured twenty per centum ad valorem Bracelets braids chains rings curls aad ringlets composed of hair or of which hair is me component materia ut curat vatuc ami au manufactures of human hair twenty fire per eCCttrm Ed valorem Hats materials for Braids plaits flats willow sheets and squares 0t only for use in making or ornamenting bats bonnets and hoods composed of straw chip grass palm- leaf willow hair whalebone or any vegetable material not speoially enumerated or provided for twenty par centum ad valorem Hat bodlos of cotton thirty per centum ad Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ wire ItwenHFITve forty coats per Suare foot Carnages and parts of not especially enu- Â¬ B VERY AT Hi DAT Jl ih A BARGAIN DAY J 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 YV e will now do better by making eveiy day a a Hatters plush composed ot silk or of silk and cotton fifteen per centum ad valorem India rubber fabrioks and articles com- Â¬ posed wholly or in part of India rubber and In-Â¬ dia rubber boots and shocsy fifteen per centum ad valorem j InksotaU kinds and ink rowder twenty per centum ad valorem Japanned wa o of all kinds not specially enu Â¬ merated or provided for thirty per ceatam ad valorem KaMn crude one dollar per t China clay or wrought kroli tmo doVart per ton valorem BARGAIN DAY AND CTJT sod the vill ere itb HilCES ALL TO PIECES t mi tod ip- hly Ifarbtt of al UndtM Hock rough or liuared forty ce tti trato efoot Marble sawed dressed or otherwise lasted lng marble sabs ad marble paving tiles cighty flve cents per cubic foot All manufactures cf marble not specially enumerated or provided for thirty per centum ad valorem Papier machc mannfactares articles and wares of twenty five per centum ad valorem Percussion caps thirty per centum ad valorem Philosophical apparatus and instruments twenty flve per centum ad valorem Pipes pipe bowls and all smokers articles whatsoever not espeoiaUy enumerated orpro Â¬ vided fori fifty per centum ad valorem aU com mon pipes of clay twenty flvo per centum ad Valorem B6d stretcr Umbrella ahd parasol rft frames tips runnefs handles or other parts thereof when made in whole or chief part iroa steeb or any other metal thirty per centum ad valorem umbrellas parasols and shades whoa covered with s Ik or alpaca fifty per centum ad valorem all other umbreUos thirty per centum ad valorem Watches watch cases watch movements parts of watches wateh slasses aad watch keys whether separately packed or otherwise and watch materials not espeoialiy enumer Â¬ ated or provided for In th 9 act twenty five per centum ad valorem Webbing composed of cotton flax or a mlxt ure of these materials not especially enumer ated or provided for la this act thirty per oentum ad valorem 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 - ave ear iriK iar lop Dry Goods SSSffiE of any description that the prices are away down en- Â¬ sile kee the neil olis OlotMiii if want Clothing of any Dont forget if you Ung s description that the prices are away down line per Tais act is Intended and shall bo construed as an act supplementary and ameadatory to existing laws and the rattt ot duty and modification ot clauses provisions and sections as herein specifically made are In Â¬ tended and shall be construed as a repeal of all clauses provisions and sections in conflict therewith but as to all clauses provisions and sections in existing laws not specifically changed modified or amended the rates of duty cow existing shall be and remain in full force and effect SEC 41 Boots and Shoes JK you want Boots and Shoes of any de- Â¬ tat tl3 f-Â¬ all WOULDNT HEED ADVICE A Smart Vonnc Man I Gobbled by tho Miarks and Mercilessly Victimized How about young Baldwin who camo down here asked a frrendfrom out of thd city of a deacon in a prominent Kew Yorli pound Hand back and all other saws not BpectaUy enumerated orprCVded for thirty per centum ad valorem Files file blanks rasps and floats ot aU cuts and kinds thlrty flve per centum ad valorem Iron or steel beams girders joists angles channels car truck channels T T columns an posts or parts ot sections of columns an posts deok and bulb beams aad building forms together with all other structural shapes of iron or etcel six tenths of one cent per pound Steel wheels and steel tired wheels for rail way purposes whether wholly or partly fin- Â¬ ished and iron or steel locomotive car and other railway tires or parts thereof wholly or partly manufactured two conts per pound Iron or steel Ingots cogged ingots blooms or blanks for the same without regard to the de- Â¬ gree of manufacture one and one halt cent per pound Screws commonly called wood screws thirty five per centum ad valorem Iron and steel wlro and Iron and steel galvan- Â¬ ized and all manufactures ot Iron and steel wire and ot iron and steel wire galvanized shall pay tho duties now provided by law Provided That no such duty shall be In excess of sixty per centnm ad valorem Clippings from new copper fit only for manufacture one cent per pound Copper In plates bars Ingots ChiU or other pigs and in other forms not manufactured two cents per pound In rolled plates called braziers copper sheetsrods pipes and copper bottoms thirty per centum ad valorem Lead ore and lead dross three fourths ot one cent per pound Lead In pigs and bap molten and old refuse lead run into blocks and bars and old scrap lead fit only to bo remanufacturod one and one quarter cents per pound Lead in sheetsplpes or shot two and one quarter cents per pound Sheathing or yellow metal thirty per centnm ad valorem Nickel in ore or matte ten cents per pound oo the dckel contained therein Zinc ores twenty per centum ad valorem Zinc spelter or tuteneguc In blocks or pigs and old worn out zlno fit only to be one and one quarter cents per ponnd zinc spelter or tuteneguo In sheets two cents per ponnd Hollow ware coated glazed or tinned two and one half cents per pound Needles for knitting and sewing machines twenty per centum ad valorem Pen knives poctet knives of aU kinds and razors thlrty flro per contain ad valorem Pens metallic thlrty flve per centum ad valorem Airw fyss for printing fifteen per centum ad Â¬ Â¬ Manufactures articles or wares not specially enumerated or provided tor composed wholly or In part ot copper thirty fire per centum ad valorem manufactures articles or wares not specially enumerated or provided for composed of iron steel load nickel pewter tin zinc gold sUrer platinum or any other metal or ot which any ot the foregoing metals may be the component material ot chief value and whether partly or wholly manufactured forty por centum ad valorem Cabinet and house furnlturj of wood finished thirty per centum ad valorem Manufactu cs of cedar wood granadiUo eb-Â¬ ony mahogany rosewood and satiawood thir ty per centum ad valorem Manufactures of wood or of which wood is the chief component part not specially enum eratol or provided for thirty per centum ad valorem AU sugars not above number thirteen Dutch standard In color shall pay duty on their polar lscopio test as follows namely All sugars not above number thirteen Dutch standard in color all tank bottoms sirups ot cane juice or of beet Juice melada concon tratod melada concrete and concentrated mo lasses testing by the polariscope not above seventy five degrees shaU pay a duty of ono and fifteen hundredths cents-- per pound and tor every additional degree or fraction of a de Â¬ gree showo by the polariscopto test they shall pay thirty two thousandths of a cent per pound additional AU sugars above number thirteen Dutch standard In color shall be classified by the Dutch standard ot color aad pay duty as fo- Â¬ llowsnamely AU sugars above cumber thirteen and cot above cumber sixteen Dutch standard two snd twenty hcadreduts cents per pound AU sugars above number sixteen and not above number twenty Dutch standard two andforty hundredths cents per pound AU sugars above number twenty Dutch standard two and elghty hundredths cents per pound Molasses testing not above fifty six degrees by the polariscope shall pay a duty of four firo cndfArM guarffr coat j per gallon molasses testing above fifty six degrees shall pay a duty ox six cents per Ration rravioea laat u an export uuty sjium uoremter uo jaiu upon sugar or molasses by aay country from whence the same may be imported such sugar ormolasses so Imported shall be subject to duty as pre scribed by law at the data ot the passage of th kacL Sugar candy not colored tiro cents per peand All other oenfecttoaery forty per centum ad valorem tall tobacco Sa leaf Jjnmaiistaeljirad aad sot Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ valorem Typo metal fifteen per centum ad valorem first Sec eighteen hundred and elghtyetsnt there shaU be aim tted when imported frej ot duty Ail wools hair ot tho alpaca goat and other Uke animals Wools on the skin Woolen rags shoddymnngo waste and flocks January first And oa and after October eighteen hundred and ofgbty eight nine in Hen of the duties heretofore Imposed oa tho articles hereinafter mentioned in this section there shall be levied collected and paid the following rates ot duty on said articles severally Woolen and worsted cloths shawls and all manufactures of wool ot every description made wholly or tn part ot woel or worsted not specially enumerated or provided for forty per centum ad valorem Flannels blankets hats ot wool knit goods and all goods made on knitting frames bal mo- Â¬ rals woolen and worsted yarns and all manu- Â¬ factures ot every description composed wholly or In part of wool or worsted the hair ot the alpaca goat or other animals not specially enumerated or provided for forty per centum ad valorem Provided That from and after the passage of this act and until the first day of October eighteen hundred and eighty eight the Secretary ot the Treasury be and he Is hereby authorized and directed to classify as woolen cloth all imports ot worsted doth whether known under the namo of worsted loth or under the name of worstod or dl agonals or otherwise Bunting forty per centum ad valorem Womens and childrens dress goods coat lining Italian cloths and goods of like de Â¬ scription compoed in ptrt ot wool worsted tho hair ot the alpaca goit or other animals forty per centum ad valorem Clothing ready made and wearing apparel of every description not specially enumerated orprovided for and balmoral skirts and skirt ing and goods of similar description or used for like purposes composed wholly or in part ot wool worst d the hair of tho alpaca goat or other animals made up or manufactured wholly or in part by the tailor seamstress or manu acturer except knit goods forty five per centum ad valorem Cloaks dolmans Jackets talmas ulsters or other outsde garments for ladles and Chi- Â¬ ldress apparel and goods of similar description or used for like purposes composed wholls or in part ot wool worsted the hair ot the alpaca goat or other animals made up or manufactured wholly or in part by the tailor seamstress or manufacturer except knit goods forty five per centum ad valorem Webbing3 gorings suspenders braces belt Â¬ ings bindlmrs braids galloons fringes gimps cords and tassels dress trimmings head nets buttons or barrel buttons or buttons of other forms for tassels or ornaments wrought by hand or braided by machinery made ot wool worsted the hair of the alpaca goat or other animals or In which wool worsted the hair ot the alpaca goat or other animals is a com- Â¬ ponent material fifty per centum ad valorem Hemp and Jute carpetLig ix centt per tquare yard Floor moiling andfioor matt exclutlvtly of veg Â¬ etable tubtlanctt tutny per centum ad valorem All other earpttt and earpetlngt druggett back Inge mitt rugt tcrtent covert hattoctt bed tidet of uoolrfiax cotton or parti of either or other material forty per centum ad valorem All carpets and carpctings druggets book Â¬ ings mats rugs screens covers hassocks bed sides of wool flax cotton hemp Jute or ports ot either or other material thirty per centum nd valorem Endless belts or felts tor paper or printing machines thirty per centum ad valorem Â¬ Â¬ THE WOOl AND TVOOtBC3 TJST 3 On and after Julyl October scription that the prices are away down Dont forget it you want Hats of any description that the- for lat Hatsaway down prices are down down down en r re- - Ti - church I am extremely sorry to soy that Bald Â¬ win failed to mafce a success ol it here replied tho deacon Is that sol O yos He lost all his pro porty and Is cow peddling shoe strings at the corner ol Vcsey street and Broadway Indeed I am sorry to hear it Vory sad certainly ha comes of a good family Bat he got drawn into Wall street speculation and lost his alL Ah the maelstrom ot Wall street was itl Too bad Yes thats what I say I tried my best to save him from It not only because ho was the son of an old schoolmato of mine but also because I considered it my duty any how Sly connection with the church would not permit me to look at it other- Â¬ 1 Dont forget if you want anything at all that is usually kept in a first class store that I have it and at prices that are fa It T Of H WW s STUENG- - all and Mammoth Louisville Store r as yonia ot wise sU s 9 sea can the ad- J1 4 of conrso that you would do what you could In such a case to gnido a young man in the right path O cortainly certainly replied tho deacon in a tscdest tone I did what I my weak way I Went to him could in continued the good man as ho wiped his spectacles and looked out of the window thoughtfully I went to him and says I See here George you dont want to put your money in that Western Wind stock the bottom Is going to fall out of tho whole thing inside of twenty four hours Just come in with me on this Con- Â¬ solidated stock and if you dont dear up 50000 on it inside of a week why then Im a UarP But he wouldnt listen to good counsul and went into Western Wind and went on dropped his pile I suppose the deacon musingly as be adjusted his glasses that 1 might add by way of proof that I was right that I iut 3000 in the Consolidated myself and unloaded lt on Brother Dobbs for f 17500 threes days after You well said my friend that Wall streot N T Trffiuns is a terrible maelstrom O I know Xhe Clotiiier AT AIcKEES OLD STAND J X - ft Cor First and Main Streets Richmond Ky jr Up- eer- - are not J j f H oxoTiidsar GENTS 7 5 fr ma smo- 1 1 V9 - M and SUCCESS TYliat IN BUSINESS a Chicago Business Man lias to Say on This Subject FURHISH1HG GOODS TRUNKS VALISES DUTIABLE LIST STECIAl Sec 4 That ou and after the first day ot July October olghteen hundred and eighty eight in lieu of the duties heretofore Imposed oa tho articles hereinafter mentioned mere shall be levied collected and paid the following rates of duty oa said articles severaUy Paper sized or glued suitable only for print ing paper fifteen per oentum ad valorem Printing paper unsized used for books and newspapers exclusively twelve per centum ad valorem Paper boxes and ell other fancy boxes cot otherwise provided for twenty five per centum ad valorem Paper envelopes twenty per centnm ad va-Â¬ lorem Paper hangings and paper for screens or fireboards surface coated papsr and all manÂ¬ ufactures of which surface coated paper Is a compocet material cot otherwise provided for and card board paper antiquarian demy drawing elephant foolscap Imperial letter note aad all other paper cot specially enu merated orprovided for twenty fire per centum ad valorem Beads and bead ornaments ot all kinds except amber forty per centum ad valorem Blacking of all kinds twenty per centnm ad valorem Bonnets hats and hoods for men women and children composed ot hair whalebone cr any vegetable matcrttl and not especially ecimer ated or provided for thirty per centum ad valorem Brooms of all kinds twenty per centnm ad Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ In my opinion the secret of success lies within the reach ot all whother a poor cash boy who receives 1 a week or a large salaried employe who gets iSO to 80 a week It lies within the province of every ambitious person to make a fortune and an honorablo name Hard persistent work attention to details and economy will be tho lever that will work tho cash boy np to tho highest niche In tho temple of fortuno and fame None can hope to succeed un- Â¬ less thoy aro willing to deprive themselves of luxuries and are always ready to work hard The American boy or man should nover despair never give up the ship If at first you dont succeed try try again In my own experience In the past ten years had I succumbed to despondency or despair I should not now bo at tho head of this business and I find the great necessity oven at present with a lucrative well es- Â¬ tablished business of urn king hard and at Â¬ tending closely to my business details Tho great mistake most clerks make is If they receive but a small salary they cet dis- Â¬ heartened think it impossible that they can accumulate any money on so small an amount and hence feel that they had bet Â¬ ter enjoy the fruits of their toil and spend every dollar and cent they earn even going so far as to oncroaoh by borrowing on their next weeks salary and should they loso their positions are loft literally without a dollar Boys dont be foolish Save 1 a week If you cant save 8 or 5 Save 50 cents a week if you eant save more but save something Never spend all you receive Work hard and bo hope- Â¬ ful and ambitious for while ambition bos ruined many a man yet without ambition no one can hope to rise and make a success Chicago Journal in lite Tire rivalry between the tradesmen at Long Branch is so keen that they find out on what train an expected cottager or reol estato owner is expeoted and have a car- Â¬ riage at the depot to meet him on his ar Â¬ rival They transport all his baggage freo and lay him under such supposed obliga 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 Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro- Â¬ fusion Prices to meet the demands of the times nprI8tf I W B WHITE Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Shingles Laths Mouldings tions that they secure his patronage dur ing tho entire season Brushes of ail kinds twenty per centum ad valorem Cases and sticks for walking finished twenty pit centum ad valorem Card clothing fifteen ticenty cents per square teat HBnjaaa3ari from tempered steal Valorem Un you lika Tristani jtml boklii musionl Party Uhl No good Only eanght ono air Got that in tfeo baok ol my ncefc ttad Its there jot Life Jack Wall ola twin Itow did Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Chnrch Eiehmond Ky Mongli and Dressed Xinmfcer D 33 MYERS UL - s v hv v V f - 3 wL -- r blSCeLorJ Spots or paper I THE CLIMAX PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY Climax Wm G Phiktixg J Co FRENCH TIPTON WHITE EDITORS PRICK PER YEAR 150 afi 18S8 WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER Democratic Ticket FOR PRBHDBNT GROYER CLEVELAND F NBW YORK FtK VIOE PHH9IDBNT ALLAN G THDRMAN OF onie FOR OONGKBS6 of President Grabts messages to Congress which proved that Grant was in favor of a rcdttolion of the tariff even more than is proposed by the Mills bill He read a comparative table of tariff rates charged on articles used by the rich and poor and dwelt at length upon the enormous tariff on the poor mans goods as compared with the rich The Ottar of Roses used by the rich he said was free while castor oil the poor mans medicine was taxed 1 50 per cent He then compare 1 diamonds with window glass silks with woolen goods etc showing that the poor mans tariff was more than double that of the rich He paid a handsome though well merited compliment to Judge Day His speech was well receiv ed and its influence will be felt in this campaign Â¬ Â¬ USERON ON HARRISON Courier Journal CARLISLES CONQUEST JAMES B MoOUEARY OF XADiSOX i a- - h Tfce Chicago Herald says Illinois Minnesota and Michigan will Â¬ spit out the Republican party The United States Senate has retcrfved to appropriate a hundred thousand dollars to the yellow fever sssJTerers THE MILLS BILL a Last Wednesday the Democrats of the 6th district assembled in convention at Covington to nominate a candidate for Congress Only one man the great Carlisle was thought of and his nomination was made with one unanimous enthusiastic voice Mr Carlisle accepted the nomination in a graceful speech full of sound Democratic We enunciations quote a few extracts from his Â¬ speech this week we --ire the Mills tariff bill in full Thte is done in answer to numer ote expressions to see the entire document It is excellent reading d every voter should peruse it g On r first page HARRIS DEMOCRATIC CLUB FrHor nignt A number of new This Club had a fine meeting were added and Goy and Â¬ Â¬ J P liagie of Arkansas members Hon Dan W Voorheee of Indiana were made lionorary members Mr Charles J Bronstnn made an excellent speech and stirred up the members to renew ed work The delegates appointed to attend the Democratic Club Meeting in Louisville are A F Dudlev AV T Tevis J C Miller C D Chenault JStone Walker and C S Powell THE ASSRSSHR u On the 15th tlie county assessor started on his annual round Property owners should be thinking over what they had on the 15h and making out a list Dont wait and have to think whether you owned certain stock as of I lie or whether you had sold it- Ask the assessor what lie thinks about the value If you ive it in at the lull value and the State Board of Equalisation increases the value in the county you pay too much If you list at leas than the value ami the Board decreases the returns you pay BLAINE AND THWST8 mtiek too little The assessor knows about what such property But it seems Mr Harrison is not to Mr Applaue is worth and is therefore able to enjoy this privilege Blaine is the great central figure in make the rate nearlv uniform Â¬ lth lite great HieoUan j ou are to decide is uitetlter tlite system of taxation Indefinitely or sltall be continued whether the country will return to the methods ol taxation which prevailed iu this country before the war For the first time in the history of this country o far jw I know the Retmblicau party lias substantially declared in its plat- Â¬ form in favor of reducing the revemie by increasing the taxes Applause ami laughter It declares that it teems it necessary to reduce the revenue by checking the imports of such articles as can be made here and if that is not Mimcient it will repeal the whole internal revenue tax on whisky rather tlmn surrender any part of the protective sitem This proposition Is put forth upon the idea that the people of this country can be benefitted indi Â¬ vidually and collectively by imposiug taxes on themeives It might as well be Htkl that a man can make himself rieii by pieking his pockets as to say that he can Increase his wealth by im posing a tax on himself Applause In addition to the facts that this system of taxation is imiosing enor-Â¬ mous and unnecessary burdens upon the people that it lias accumulated in the Treasury large sums of money which ought to be in the hands of those who earn it by their labor and skill it is the parent of tru st stud combinations aud conspiracy to control products and prices of the necessary articles which tlte people are compelled to use Wlieu I tee Mr Blaine w ho seems to be the mouth niece of the Republican party has given quasi indorsement at least to these monopolies I believe that when a man attends his own fHneral he ought to be allowed to go Laughat the head of the procession ter and apjtlause Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Now York correspondent of the Philadelphia Times bays Senator Cameron makes no con- Â¬ cealment of his lioarty contempt for the Republican standard bearer Recently he had Senators Allison and Hale to accompany him to his home for a visit of a few days In the parlor car of the railroad train was a well known Indiana lawyer and Democrat whose ability and whose prominence in his State are attested by the fact that ho has twice represented a Re Â¬ publican district In Congress He was uot acquainted with Allison and Hale but knowing Cameron well accosted him and was Introduced to his dis tinguished companions When the four were seated the senior Pennsylvania Senator said and not In a Whisper Well do you people intend to let that creature Harri- Â¬ son carry Indiana The Indiana statesman was rather surprised but said I think uot I am of the opinion that Indiana is safe for Cleveland Well said Senator Cameron earnestly you must watch our people closely for they Intend to repeat the 1SS0 tactics upon you But for heavens sake if only as an act of charity dont let that creature Harrison be sent to the White House Charity What do you mean asked the Iudianian wouderingly I mean he would be so confoundedly lonely answered astute Simons son emphatically that it would he a crime to send him there No man who was associated with Harrison In the United States Senate would go near him In the event of his election I certainly would never cull upon him Allison and Hale here may not think It wise to talk as frank- Â¬ ly as I do but they know what I say is true And Allison and Hale also sat by smiled and said not a word This correspondent is usually well informed and accurate The nomina- Â¬ tion of Harrison was made with the idea that no one cared anything for him one way or the other and that as a very smooth gentleniau he might slip through without any difficulty But it is apparent now that JTarrHon can not solidify the party He lacks the element ol leadership eseutiul iu Moreover Blaines such a campaign prominence has lessened Harrisons hold on prominent Republicans There are indications on every hand of dis cnuragement and disintegration in the Republican organisation On with the dance Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ months of 1883 compared with the same period of 18S7f cattle show au inoroase of 116246 hogs an Increase of 156800 and sheep a decrease of 3300 J A Ramsey auctioneer reports about 800 cattle ou the market at Mt Sterling court day about onedialf of which were sold at fair prices The foI lowiug public salea Were made 35 good 1100 lbs weight brought S3 93 per cwt 28 18 weight 1000 365 per cwt 700 lb yearlings 22 eleven BOO lb mountain steers 2175 each nine yearling horse mules plug 7175 horses lowi two-year-o- ld State of Ohio Citx County P J Cheney ic Co oy doing business in the City of Toledo County and State aforesaid and that said firm will pay the sum of One Hundred Dollars for each and every case of Catarrh that can not be cured by the use of Halls 8 Lucas Frank J Cheney makes oath that he Is the senior partner of the firm of K Toledo Catarrh Cure FRANK S CHENEY ln pounds ami size of leaf hilt coarse CEHTRAI--UHIVER- SITY in texture ami materially damaged by the unfavorable weather conditions o a few weeks ago Trash not colory and tolwcco dam Â¬ THE NEST SHSSION WILL OIBN aged by freezing 8 00 to 500 Colory Trash 860 to S1400 Common Lugs not colory 700 to Wednesday Sept 12 88 1000 Colory Lugs 514 uu to jiouu Common Leaf 1200 to 14 00 Department Is Medium to good leaf 14 00 to S1700 Tho Preparatory of the Faculty 1700 to under tlie supervision Select or wrappery leaf and no pains will bo spared lo make 2650 TO LARGEST STOCK OF this AT THE CAPITAL ICorrespondenoe CliMAr1 Washington D C Sept 20 1SSS this campaign and lie ells the people in the face of the platform of his party iu the face of the declaration of his po The last statement issued by litical friends on the stump and neigh Â¬ the Treasurer of the United States bors tiiat these trusts are private afunder date of July 81 1SSS gives fairs in which neither the President nor the surplus then in his hands as anybody else has any particular riiiht Applause and laughter Treasurer including tlie fractional to interfere silver coin as 13251875155 In Why my frieuds larceny is a ptivate addition to this amount by the affair a very private aiiair laughter ami yet is same statement lie lield 9064 interfere itwithnotit supposed improper to by luw high S50S3 to cover accrued interest wayman who meeW you on Tlie public the on bonds 4360779580 to meet road and demands your money or your Disbursing Officers Italances etc life is engaged in the transaction of a etc 674S393S for redemp- private enterprise but still the law tion of notes of National Banks takes cognizance of this case and pun Â¬ failed etc 10000000000 re- ishes it as a crime serve for redemption of United I have said that the system of States Notes In slwrt the taxation k continued on the ground Treasurer of the United States had that It increases the rates of the wages in his custody on that date in of the American laborer There are money 7327755277G against two or three fitets which sltow conclu which had been issued gold silver sively that this argument is not sound and legal tender certificates to tlie Th the first place It is a conceded amount of 85084479100 leav fact that there is as much difference ing 8S1S80787C in his hands between the rates o f wages paid ifi this of which 182500000 is clear country to laborers engaged iu the t2eooo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The business men of Washington have contributed liberally to aid yel low fever sufferers iu Jacksonville and several persons who have hud exper- Â¬ ience in the past in nursing persons suffering from the dread malady have enlisted without pay for their service and have gone to the afflicted districts bearing their own expenses Tlie noble army of the Red Cross that rendered such valuable services during the yellow fever panic in Mississippi a few years since is again at the front Tiie principle ol the office is in this city and just at present it is the scene of the greatest activity It has been truly ald that iu war flood and pes- Â¬ Mrs tilence the Red Cross is there Clara Barton the president of the order whose name lias become a household word upon account of her devotion to the cause of sullering humanity is iu personal charge of the office a ltd in constant telegraphic communication with members of the order throughout the country Mrs Barton headed a subscription list with a check fbrl0o0 out of her own private purse Every precaution h being taken to prevent the disease from reaching Washington All of the Incoming trains are carefully inspected and al Â¬ though numerous refugees from the South have passed through the city all have been provided with certiti cates that they have parsed the requis- Â¬ ite time in quarantine and few of them have remained in the city Dr Mary Walker spent several hours at the District Commissioners on Thursday The fair doctor is desirous of being sent to Jacksonville at the expense of the District and her request has been flatly refused This she mjjs is due jealousy of tlie male physicians aud t iie says she is anxious that the public should know how harshly she has been treated H ORIGIN OF THE ROOSTER IX POLITICS A writer on trotting horses says I will now by taking the average of the Halls Cularrh cure Is taken Internal- Â¬ ly and acts directly upon the blood autl five fastest performances for each dd cade since 1820 show what niay fairly mucus elirface3 of the system Send be Called the extreme speed of the trot- Â¬ for testimonials free F J CHENEY CO ting horse and his gradual gain in speed Toledo Ohio since tbe beginning of fast trotting SSTSold by J J Brooks 75 cents per AVEEAQE EXTREME SPEED 1820 to 1880 2 42 bottle 22 35 1880 to 1840 Road horses trotters and runners 1840 to 1850 2 2S shod in any manner desired I have 25 1850 to I860 just received an extra lot of four year 2 18 I860 to 1570 old second growth timber for repairing 1870 to 1SS0 2 14 All work guar- Â¬ all kinds of wagons 11 1SS0 to 1837 -- 2 anteed at the very lowest prices Shop A number of the horses of J B back of Brookss drug store Haggin now In training were sold Respectfully prior to the races at Sheepshead Bay 8 L M1DKIFF 8febly Following Is a list of those sold with Sanns Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ names of purchaser and price paid tism or money refunded Price 7fic at Monsoon to H Lewis for 53800 So 8o H Stebbins 8250 Falcon E Gar Â¬ Whites Drug Store Second street 5- rison 8100 Bohemian I Dahlman near Gornett House Co 2550 Ten Doy McMahon TjC vv would enjoy your dinner by Dys 2000 Trade Mark W Olney 1875 and M use Ackers are proventedTablets Â¬ Dyspepsia S900 Gray pepsia Persian C Mclnery for Dyspepsia In Â¬ Dawn C Boyle S7o Dynamite M They are a positive cureand Constipation digestion Flatulency Coruehlseu 650 Uintah J J Car- Â¬ Wo guarantee them 25 and CO cents roll 600 Viagram D J McCarthy Sold by W G White Prescription 600 Vengeance 450 T Hitchcock Druggist BalsflCj Major Thomas 400 Nah Music 373 Florenzo satdh J McClelland Mrs S F Lail an experienced 800 Savannie P T S W Street Weir 200 Macao F E Bray 150 teacher desires pupils iu Piano Study Funoso Bray 150 Longitude Tlie latest method taught Terms moderate Music room at D R For T Cook 100 7- mans after September 1 1888 Winchester Court J A Ram sey reports 1500 head of cattle on the W H Kelley will build you a good market The following sales were house cheaper than any man in town 600 good feeders 1100 lbs made mar7 tf 4 15 54 extra feeders 1125 lbs 435 Short Time Only 30 plain feeders 930 lbs 3 67 cwt AH persons indebted to J J Brooks 10 plain feeders 900 lbs 3 01 cut 40 plain feeder3l025 lbs 3 SO cwt 3S prior to 18S8 will please come and settle plain feeders 1000 lbs3785 per head by note or cash at once All claims not 28 extra feeders 1200 lbs 435 cwt setthd promptly will be placed in the 10- 19 extra feeders 1200 lbs 53 10 per hands of a collector head 3S plain feeders 900 lbs 3475 Blood Elixir is the only per head about 800 suckling mule --K nVnvO tVwlS Blood Remedy guaran Â¬ colts sold at prices ranging from 45 teed It is a positive cure for Ulcere Erup Â¬ to 60 for good horse mules 70 tions or Syphilitic Poisoning It purifies tho and to 80 for good mares 100 aged mules whole system and banishes all Rheumatic Wo guarantee it sold 32 yearling cotton mules brought and Neuralgic pains Sold by W G White Prescription 80 76 per head 10 head brought The market was not so good as last Druggist court day due perhaps to the oer sup Â¬ Advice to Mother Mrs WlssLowS SooTmsaSrucPBhotildalTrayi ply of common cattle tie uaed when children arc catting tetth It re Swom to before me and subscribed In my presence this Cth day of De- Â¬ cember A D- - 18S0 A W GLEASON SEAL Notary Public j- Local Produce Markets CORRECTED Arnold Richmond BT COVINGTON WEEKLY ft bro grocers main BtRfcET RICHMOND KT Ky Seph 1 183d Madison County School all that can be desired Our aim Is to prepare boys for College and at the time give a thorough practical educa tion to inose wuo can noi iukb me jug- Â¬ ular course Special attention will be given to Writing Composition Book Keeping and Civil Engineering Attention is called to the following Communication from one of our pa- Â¬ trons a prominent citizen of tho com- Â¬ munity Mr Eurtiam states clearly the methods pursued und the character of work done iu this department of the University Richmond KYJune iSthiSSS Dr L H BLANTON Chancellor of Central University 3fy Bear Doctor Last fall I started my oldest son then in his twelfth year with some misgivings as to the wis- Â¬ dom of the step to the Preparatory Depart- Â¬ and during the ment of your college second year which has just closed my special and critical attention has been con stantly directed to the conduct of that de- Â¬ partment and I wish to bear voluntary testimony that he has received careful patient and thorough instructions from those in charge and has made gratifying progress not alone in the studies pursued but also in mental training and capacity for application The system pursued in the department is one that trains the pupil to think reason logic illy and remember Observation has impressed mc with the conviction that few persons or even professional in- Â¬ structors have the aptitude to impress these educational characteristics upon the You have been minds of young boys fortunate in securing instructors for this department who are gifted in this respect and I earnestly hope that their services may be secured premanently to the young boys of this community and that the high grade of proficiency that now obtains in this department may continue I am ery truly yours A R BURNAM and I For further information Catalogue apply to Beef Cattle Butcher Hogs Sugar Cured Haras Country Bacon Haiti Cured Kulter ii t Chickens 50 23KC sKc 5l6bc 20t5 1 tags - Wheat -- Flour Cord per barrel Hay per 100 lbs Oatsin sheaf perloo fes Lard Tallow IOI2l c 2 75WZ0 5c 2SSC I5JOC 253 2J Hats and Furnishing Goods iutl - Beeswax 34C 50c 1 Feathers Meal 2 Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Seed Closer Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes 85ooc 5 2O04O 25A2 50 2 00 6 50 753 oo6 1 56s 8i oot 6o7c 25 We can not give you a in Eichmond house and lot or a gold watch and chain with every Suit or Hat as we dont ask you that extra profit but guarantee to give you more and better 00 fv LIVE MARKET BjrLOPERDATERfc STOCZ REPOST CO Clothing ats urnishlng Goods Lt o Stock Commission MerolinntA at Clucln natl Union Stock YanU ana Covlugtou Stock Yards Cincinnati Ohio Sept Good to Extra Fair to Good 24 1S8S 5 00 4 75 3 75 than you ever got before for same money SHIPPING CATTLE 4 753 4 50 FE Common and Rough 3 25 Good to Extra Oxen 4 25 Good Oxen Fair to 3 00 2 oo Common and Rough BUTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra 4 oo Fair to Good 3 Extra Fat Steers 3 Fair to Good Steers 2 75 Good to Extra Cows 3 00 Cows Fair to Good 2 5 Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen Best Snipping Best Bologna 1 Owing to backward spring we have coii cluded to 4 50 4 00 2 75 CUT DfllB OM STOCK to 58 758 2 25 1 L H BLANTON 5- - Chancellor I 00J3 50 Beware ot Fraud as mr name and the price irestaiBfied on tbe bottom ot all ror adtertfeed ttioes before leaving tbe faetorr whkh protect tlie wearers against bun prices and inferior goods Â¬ Douglas shoes at a re It a dealer oOSra W Lhas them without my name duced price or says he and price stamped on tbe bottom pat him down as a fraud which is larger than ever and in order do so we will almost sell them at BULLS Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 3 75 4 25 Fair to Good Steers 3 25 3 qo Good to Extra Heifers 2 25 2 75 Common and Thin Stockers 2 00 2 25 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades Fair to Good 2 75 3 2 404S 2 2 oo 2 2 oo 2 1 25 1 c Your Own Price COME AND SEE THE IE M JJapMa aurpios A REMARKAULE DUEL A Hungarian duel occurred in Chicago last Wednesday with one of tlte parties in that city and the other in Buda Pesth five thousand miles away Tlie man in Chicago was named Oers Bar othy and three years ago lie chal lenged a man at his Hungarian home to mortal combat The challenge was accepted In that faraway country the custom relating to duels is remarkable Two balls one black and the otlier white are put into a box ainl the two men completely blind folded draw them out The one who gets tlie black ball is pledged to commit suicide on the tlurd anniversary of the drawing In the mean time Barothy had come to America and a vast distance separated the belligerants but lie kept his pledge Where now is tlie fortitude of Damon and Pythias or David and Jonathan Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A GOOD SPEECH This is what the Sentinel-Dem-ricr- J- - l c of Mt Sterling calls Hon Smiths address It says W B Smith ot Richmond made one of the beet Democratic speeches ever heard in our courthouse Saturday afternoon He Imd a fair audience and spoke ne xrly t wo hours His speech was lull of interest from eend to eend and at intervals was loudly and vociferously applauded He ablv discued the great issue the tariff und all the minor issues He proved to arising therefrom the satisfaction of every one present ecept those blindest of Re publicans that wont see that hiji tariff does not increase or L I up wages but on the con trarv n causes strikes by increas ing tlie price of manufactured commodities thereby decreasing the demand for them thus jednc ing the laborers wages and closing the gates of industry uron him He read extracts from all i It IJ Hon- - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Though the speed average for the season so far has been uniformly high there has been a marvelous absence of record bieakiog Maud B 20Sf sits securely on her throne is still tlie gelding king Home Jour- Â¬ nal Milliard Rout of Garrard county threshed 4QSJ bushels of wheat from a 7 aore field being 52 bushels per acre There were also 99 shocks of corn in the field when he sowed the wheat the epaee occupied by which amounted to at least one fourth of an aore Capt Nat S OHutt report about 300 cattle on sale court day with fat heifers el ling at 8 to 3 25 per owt yearlings ofTfiOtoSOO pounds 8 to 9840 good This nomination of Mr Carlisle three ear old steers S365to8M be t j is for the seventh term in Con feeders of 1100 to 1800 pounds 420 to gress One of the largest barbe 5498 IS calves at SSI per head and cues ever seen in the Stnta was horses at 76 to SlSO Georgetown held the next day at Erlaiiger Times Ky and Mr Carlisle was the Tlie receipts of cattle of Chicago for clieif attraction except the tre- Â¬ August 18S6 show a decrease of 18529 mendous dinner with its 1000 gal- compared with August 1887 hogs a lons of Burgoo and the chief decrease of 42673 and sheep au in- Â¬ speaker crease of 24476 For tbe first eight Jay-Eye-SÂ¬ same occupation in different parts of the country as there is between the average lates of wages paid here and In European countries and yet the same tarift law prevails throughout the United States You will find by an examination of the labor statistics that from 50 to 90 per cent and iu some ease even as high as 100 per cent more is paid for labor in the same occupation in Chicago as is paid iu New York or Philadelphia If the tariff regulated wages 1 submit that the rates of wages ehuiild be uniform in the same occupations throughout the United States under the same tariff Another fact is that the great difference between the rales of wages paid here and the rales pahl in Euro- Â¬ pean counlries is found In those occu Â¬ pations which noliody pretends can be protected under the tariff laws For instance there is a far greater difference between the rates of wages paid here to cariiters platters painters stone and brick masons teansters railroad employes and the rates and wages paid to the same class of w orkiugmen in Europe than there is between the wages paid to the same class of worklugmen in Europe than there is between the rates of wages here iu j our mills and cotton factories aud the rates of Europe The rates of wages paid in this country too In the unprotected industries are larger on the average than the rates of wages paid In this country on the protected industries and the difference between them In the one case and those paid in Europe iu the other case is still plainer muoli plainer Another fact is that eluce 1846 when the English Corn Laws were repealed aud England entered on what our republican friends call free trade these rates of wages have increased from 60 to 76 per cent and even as high as 100 per cent in Ouii wo trace that some occupation increase In this country during the seme timet There was a Democratic editor in one of the towns iu Indiana named Chapman One of the Democratic managers of that date thought things were not going as prosperously for tlie party as they should go He wrote to stir the party up and among other things he said Tell Chapman to crow and claim victory This letter by accident fell iuto the hands of the whigs They printed it aud iu the whiJe campalgu from one end of the land to the other the words Tell Chap Â¬ man to crow were ringing iu derisou The late Col Charles G Green of the Boston Post when the next year the Democrats really began to win victo- Â¬ ries turned the laugh upon the oppo Â¬ nents by getting out the cut of a roos- Â¬ ter in earnest This is the origin of the piotured fowl in politics in this country Paris News The series of parades in Louisville closed last week and proved a grand success They carried visitors to the city by the thousands and were entirely creditaÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ble performances CONCERNING FARMERS Minnesota Dakota or Montana for the purpose of looking over the country or with the idea of selecting a new home within tlie boundaries of the grandest wheat belt In the world and an agricultural country suitable for diversified farming dairy and stock purposes theSt Paul Minneapolis Manitobt Ry will put in eUect a rate for the round trip from St Paul to points on Its line cheaper than ever be- Â¬ Seeding time is at hand The exper- Â¬ fore Aug 21st Sept 11th and Oct ience of the best and oldest farmers is 9th and 23d tickets will be sold from First That a reasonably good crop all points south and east of St Paul can only be expected when the soil has For maps and information apply to been suitably prepared by both the your home ticket agent to any agent plow and the harrow of the company or Seoond That the seed be carefully F I Whitney selected always of the hardier varie Genl Fixes aud Tkt Agt ties and a liberal use of manure 11- St Paul Minn Third Tlie seeding should be lib eralat least a bushel and a half 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure should be used to the acre Let it not Chicken Cholera and other diseases be forgotten that the richer the seed- Â¬ among fowls I will refund the money ing the better will It withstand the In every case where Hip remedy fails freezing aud thauing of the succeed- Â¬ W G White ing winter Prescription Druggist mar28tf Fourth If home made manure is 2d St near Garnett House not available use the commercial ma- Â¬ -nures They have failed iu some places but there are many more in thousands Buffering from Asthma Con Â¬ which they have secceeded Farmers sumption Coughs etc Did you ever try HomeJounml Ackers English Remedy It is the best preparation known for all Lung Troubles Bold on a positive guarantee at 10c 60c It is stated that a Wisconsin swine breeder though living in a district thai W G White Prescription Druggist has been badly ravaged by cholera Donelson uses the best material that never has had it among his swine The reader will suspect what the sup tlie market affords and the best work- Â¬ posed cause is He is careful not to men He puts up uoue but the best ruin his swine with corn feeding and work Buggies carriages etc made apr4 tf his practice to feed salt Charcot and to order Call on him copperas Now it is not to be supposed Used one bottle of Mothers Friend that any herd of swine in tlie very before ray first confinement It is a midst of a contageous disease will cer wonderful remedy Looked and felt so taiuly escape it Cared for aud fed well afterwards friends remarked it properly they are less liable to take it Would not be without Mothers Friend That Is as much as can be said and for any consideration that is saying a good deal It is point- Â¬ Mrs Jos B Anderson ing out a path that it is wise to follow Oohoopee Ga This breeder is a great believer in feed Â¬ Write the Bradfield Reg Co Atlanta ing pure charcoal and It is a great Georgia 13 16 health preserver It is an absorbant - - t m of gases a little charcoal absorbing Half Faro Excursions many times its size of Impurities On September 11th and 25thOctober Pure charcoal however sometimes 9th and 23rd the C I St L C Ry causes oosliveuess and it will be found Kankakee Line will sell tickets to necessary to counteract the tendency various points iu Iowa Nabraska by mixing a t lighl cathartic with It Wyoming Arkansns New Mexico such as May apple root Indian Territory Dakota Colorado Prof J W Robertson 6ays We Montana and Texas at one fare for theÂ¬ remade a simple experiment In 1SS6 to round trip Tickets will be good define the effect of salt on milk Elev- Â¬ turning within thirty duys from date en cows were divided Into four groups ot sale Stop over will be allowed so arranged that the cows of two groups within the final limit of tickets at atty had no access to salt while those of point in the territory lo which reduced the other groups had access to ail they rates are made Call on or address nearest ticket liked to take Within two days the C Ry or cows of the former groups had fallen agent C I St L John Eoan oil in milk seventeen and one half per 19 G P T A Cincinnati O cent while the others on the same 12 feed on the samo pasture and uuder VK 0f tuo P things of this WVVV the samo conditions and care had not Vctt CV w jJfo ara gorjoxrfuiij iot elono on account of Dyspepsia Ackers fallen oft appreciably After twelve Dyspepsia days a change of the groups was made Indigestion Tablets will cure Dyspepsia a and Constipation sold on one group on and three groups off salt positive guaranteo at 25 and 50 cents by rations when an almost similar result W G White Prescription Druggist followed The yield of three groups not having t alt was reduced on the Louisville Tobacco Market average fourteen and one half percent By Glover TJurrett Lou Ik villa Tobacco while the yield on one group with ac- Â¬ Ware House Sales on our market for the past cess to salt every day had not been lessened during the test Each cow of week jtit closed amount to 1719 hhdn with receipts for the same period 419 the latter group consumed a quarter of hhds Sales on our market since Thht accords January 1st amount to 02401 hhds pound of salt per day a The following quital ions fairly rep with what Frank Blanding one of the best and mostJ observant dairyman of resent our market on Burley tobacco Our this week has been Chenango county has told the Uiica irregularmurklhurley tobacco but has for Herald He holds that salt ougnt al Â¬ not developed any material changes In ways to lie kept in a place where the values Tlie stock of burtey in being cows can get at It whenever they want gradually reduced here the Indications are two months more will reduce to that It keeps them in good condi- Â¬ it tothat a very fine point and to a place positively increases the flow where the manufacturers may find it tion and of milk They will never eat more diilerent to supply their wants if there such than ia good for them and the herd should be the usual demand forof the goods The cutting aud housing that ia treated in this way will oulmllg new crop Is going on under favorable every time the herd to yhicu salt ia conditions recently and 1 Is likely that a crop will be boused unusually large given only once a week At Abdallah Park Cynthiana Ky last Wednesday tlie first race tlie stake resulted in a re- Â¬ markable victory for Angelina the fast daughter of Wilkes Boy who trot ted her best heat In the following time quarter 37 half 114 three quarters 150J mile 223J being the best race ever trotted east of tho Rocky Mountains by a She is a beau tiful blood bay as symmetrical as a picture and has a most perfect action which is in full keeping with her ex- Â¬ traordinary conformation Her first dam is Mollie by Kentucky Clay 2d dam hi Alexanders Edwin Forrest As a yearling she trotted at Lexiuglon last fall second lo Hambrino Bismarck in 249 and at the Lexington Fair this year she made a record on a very heavy track of 2 34 Â¬ lieves tbelittleraflererat once itprodaceanatural quiet iltep and the little cherub awakes as bright ns a button It is very pleasant to taste It soothes the ehila softens tbeBunsnUaysallpain regulates the bowels and is the best known remedy for diarrhoea whether arising from teething or other causes Twenty flye cents a bottle 65 HARVEST EXCURSIONS To Minnesota Dakota Montana Â¬ Common 12 Best Veal Calves 5 Fair to Good 5 Common and Heavy 1 HOGS 6 Select Butchers r air to uooa racners 5 Good to Extra Lights 6 Light Pigs 5 SPRING LAMBS Extra 5 Common to Good 3 35 20 00330 0040 00 50 o 90 ooiS 753 00 06 00 6 00 5 50 4 00 50 25 25 10 6 0 2Qg 6 6 751 25 75 STOCK FINEST GOODS IS NEWEST S LOWEST PRICES GKEST Wo 5 50 4 25 For the information of all parties de siring to take a trip through Northern ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR ASSESSOR We are authorized to announce W J HARVEY for Assessor of Madison county subjeot to the action of the 12- Democratic parly We are authorized lo announce JOEL T EMBRY as a candidate for Asses- Â¬ sor of Madison county subject to the action ot the democratic party We are authorized to announce A J WILLOUGHBY as a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the actiou of the Democratic par 3- ty The onlr nlf S5T SEAST1VFSS Shoe vmooth lasMe SOIICKS or 1AX T1IKEA1 to hart the feet cx as band sewed and ttlLL 1UI MT L DOUGLAS 84 STIOE tbe original XV and only hinl iwed wilt 1 hoe Equals custom-made felloe roetln from to 9 XV L DOUOLAS S3J50 POLICE SHOE Railroad Men and I otter Carrier all wear l hem tmooth Inside as a Hand Sewed bboe NoTacVs or Wa Thread tt hurt tlie fet t TV L IHI GL A 83CO SHOE b unexcelled for heayy wi r lltt Calf Mioc for the price I- 3 SHOE L DOUGLAS the oldest Clothing House in Eichmond FOR GESTLEMES ever named for same quality of goods at J B STOUSTEE mny2 tf First Street GENTRY Edilor Climax Several weeks since county Signed Many Voters Million Having considered tbe sub- Â¬ ject I have determined to become a candidate I thank Many Voters of Aiiiilon for tneirkmd and I must say flattering expressions as to my qualifications I therefore announce myself as a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the actiou of the Democratic party Very truly 13- your paper a call on me to become n candidate for Assessor of Madison I noticed in V - nOUfLAS S221 VlOItKINfi MAVS SHOE i tlie best in tlie work for rouffh wear nm pair otiffht to wear a man a Tear TV L DOUGLAS 2 hllOli FOR UOVS Is the best Seliool Mioe In the world School 1VLgive JOUGLAS317SalOUTIIS wear tbe tbe small Boys chance to Shoe best shoes In the world All made in Congress Button and Lace If not sold br 5 our dealer write XV L DOUGLAS SHACKELFORD k CO I 15KOCKTON MASS JACK FREEMAN 8 24 of Agent Richmond Ky THH MiLLE is iar riXBST aitd bbst The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricultural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Eichmond Â¬ - c R Tudor IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR MORE IN THIS TOWN Wc keep constantly on hand a large stock of BUILDERS II ARD WARF of all kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS M ME RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all goods in other lines that ve handle Special attention ghen to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts c for TobacD Barns We are the agents for the most celebrated evo sxce 2gas FOR JAILER x to announce JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for Juiler of Madison county subject to the action of tho Democratic party We are authorized to announce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to tho 3- action of tlie Democratic party authorized 3- We are a M t Farming Implements and Machinery The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairy The Farmer can find alt he wants under our roof Machinery Trace cia Homes 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 fetst ak all to come ari see for themselves the stock of goods we keen in our 127 foot store houie Thev wII r- fi il o SAMUEL BIGGERSTAFF a candi- Â¬ date for Juiler of Mudison county sub- Â¬ ject to the action of tne Democratic party 3- We are authorized to announce We are authorized to announce THOMAS S FERRELL as a caudi dato for Jailer of Madison county subject to the action of tbe Democratic Â¬ find party 4- - mod ntjaas Those who desire to have tbe best orv au slvmld acquaint them selves wlui the mer u of onr hitrvuitteota Oonl take oar word for what we sey but nee and tet our iBstrumsats If no feeler sells our oceans to 70txx locality wnte to the f aLtory It stands at tbe bead of all THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only employ fie most competent workmen Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic himself wl give special attention to all work done in that Hne ROOFING GUTTERING RE as he has done in the pat PAIRINGHC Our long experience in our business enables us to be well up in it n the way ct markets and buying our goods stridly for cash enables us to buy at the bottom fr ce and that benefit we give to our customers Dont forget that you can always find tie lowest prices and the best goods at the old reliable house of We are authorized to announce JOHN HILL us a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the ac- Â¬ 4- tion of the Democratic party FOR CODNTV SUPERINTENDENT BUY NOOTriSK Address Ontalevues trre Mlt ER ORCAH CO IEIJVlVOrV Pa 9 34 sjm We are authorized to announce J B HARRIS a candidate for County Su- Â¬ perintendent of Public Schools subject to the actiou of the Democratic party 8- BEAUTIFY YOUR LAWKS mch3l tf SHACKELFORD GENTRY E WANT I0U To send us 40 cents for one of our CO - rilr3jMaESfisMBS Fie UH nwes S Vb Talented Xarea 22 87 FOLDING LAWN SETTEE i The Peer of all Laira Seats W f V 13 16 Light liffi fe Mother 6ulcL I I Above cut represents our patented Settee The only Setteo over matte that FARM k and StrongWREHOHES and Handy B last tiro Ordinary WreEctes will Outwear Out Â¬ cBRADrttLD RfcULAfonCo JTtArlrAo E B WALLACE AND mil adjust itself to tmeven ground Light durable handsome and strong Fainted bright red and ornamented Prices Settee Sl50 and S830 Chairs 9150 Rockers 8300 each They all fold flat If your dealer dont keep them ask Mm to order for you from AMEEIOAN FOLDING 0HA1B 00 1301 to 1323 N Main St ST LOUIS BI 41 15 YOU WANT AxElXEicit This set consist of a Itosewood lTandlo and four tntercbaqerable bldes 3 screw drirers and 2eJitsetsflttfe3sajHe all pactevl lnaneat wood box TbHteol U constantly useful everywhere around the house at the office in the shop on the farm Sent free on receipt of S 60 1 Household S D Set KENTUCKY CARRIAGE apr4 tf WORKS PHtlPKIETO JOHN DONELSON Ask Your Local Dealer BLLSICH CO Plsntsvillo Conn for thern tf he ha not got thembe wBl get them foryoaorwB will sstnl mtawr on receipt of priee as above Cruet tomj for our Qtustralai cataÂ¬ logue Sesfl GOKTTB BUILDING ACT OR - teat Foi Sale Is prepared to do an Kinds of sJmk 17 Q2EAS AS22IaU Â¬ AND CONTRACT WORK 8 Caeaaslled sad pro Hmaeed tas hwt fer Huh Ssaiata Hhase Meat Scrapple Croquettes Umsiswr Steak Jke Ac No ri teat MDrrM prepatdon nesipt ofSO AMERICAN A WstUsctsn MEAT CUTTER 51 24 AT THE MOST Si HPG COi rhQadelphl Atl Seasonable Office Eates Will furnigh drawings plans and specifications at any time Irvine Street cxLitnnATitn female t eed D5 niVO crs are ets and always effectual row mft U finerlaui women hr reme ouarspteed superior 0ura sU toy medicet or cash rucauied Sent by masu 91 Tartio olante Dr Six S Treeaont SL Boston Maes to other at his residence on Hallie life iJ kchdv wian ncrnscs bomdinekt uib m riunrit nuiiu nn rrom ntsand goldtoano uumnui us crated fftnaf ass ap frXsOue Dollar smrwaaasprspsld CMOX BOOK CO ejlatlvu G Urooklra 12 Crn - bats BUYEBS QTJTDE ia March and Sept year It is an ency Â¬ ot useful infor Â¬ for all who pur Â¬ the luxuries or tha of life Wo can cloths you and furnish you with all the necessary and unnecessary appliances to ride walk dance aleep eat fish hunt work go to church or stay at home and in various sizes styles and quantities Just figure out What is required to do all these things COMFORTABLY and you can make a fair estimate of the value of tha BUTTEBS QTJTDE which wiU be sent upon receipt cf 10 cents to pay sosUge OTho W B Jones of Silver Creek has five hnuilred bushels of pure Fultz seed wheat extra fine quility and very clean for sale at S100 PER BUSHEL A sample of this wheat can be seen t Tiik Climax office Call a ad see if 1S 16 Contractor and Builder Is prefartid with st of ezoenet hands to do all kind of hotjsc buiWig and repairing Give htm a cal mar7tn School Books at Whites snd St near Garnett Hewe rug Jun2 t NY Ul MONTGOMERY WARD lll Michigan Avenue ChicasoIU CO 14 26 tore f- - stsBBSSSSSSsl -- Sk1i - iSf1 fa - 3tr Yellow Fever Mayor Jacob Collins is doing a good work for the jellow fever sufferers He v ONFsDAYSKPTBJtfBER26 called a meeting at the court house Mon Â¬ day night which proved successful about it atnmooiat fevar bi Richmond Is t- ucug couecteu committee of ihe yBw a Jackson I wrec trom each of r sc ihan the four wards Was ap pointed to solicit additional contributions jl work on the exientive residence ofj Mile Bredelli is arranrfnir a contort in - A Wilkes Smith is in progress on be given at an early day for the benefit of puie yellow fever sufferers and it will em Â¬ A pi Man street brace the finest musical talent ofthetowri Postmaster Willis haK lwn J nond k to have a Cky Directory i a uui lor numbering the houses and I tollections every day for a week and has neiped the cause wonderfully ir up the names of streets The churches took up collections on In stating the cwelatlen of Tits last Sunday for the same purpose week we Uitten City at Ci m vc The disease is spreading in the South j- - w in n it should have been 55 and has attacked Decatar Alabama Jack Searej- - has received letters son Mississippi and other points It M- - C L a the United States ami several grows worse day by day at Jacksonville At Jacksonville on Monday there were wi countries en Ms wonderful five deaths and 1 13 new casesmaking a neJ ledger total 01 aij aeatns and 1991 cases The dis Â¬ Homeopathic Medical ease has reached T e Southern Fernandina xiation will be held in LenisvtHe bS The Courier Journals relief fund has g Oct 10th Dr Howard Crutch-e- - reached 3000 is of the committee of arrangements THE CLIMAX ie fer a r ni lt pt C Hackctt was in town re B C Monday after a six weeks sickness He has bought of Overton w Ji foer 1 - a o acres of land at f So per acre s- - KENTUCKY COHERENCE Appointments MHcheJts new ad RcaJ Covington in this issue of The Climax L find something that wlH interest i j arJ be of advantage to you also Win Bord who sojourned for a spell Olcr Creek this county has returned t 5 nome in Tennesree He is six feet st ra nclies high and weighs only 140 c ales of the United States Top ical Suney was here last week H- - sjis Richmond is his base for all Kcr j ky operations it Is so centrally a j and otherwise advantageous cr X- - V administrator of hk father on Sat- eptember 39th Dr George W Ji lan will sell the personal property a j as aent of the heirs wiH sell the e and several lots in Richmond -- has be t tent to The Climax oce by Mr N B Brooks of Speedwell Three of -- arc ripe and the other two nearly Tic apples are not grown together but t gapes to the stem The largest ap - l tu o inches in diamater 5 A iascr of apples five in number Craft Democratic Elector for the Congressional District will speak i i court house in Richmond Mon- Oct irt The RoBbKca Elector -wctfully invited l Mtend at each - ilment and a division of time wiH be crtully accorded Speaking at 1 oclock Heal Estate Transfers Coyle to Thos H Coyle Rayburn Those marked with a star arc changed Lexington District II P Walker PE Lexington J R Deering Park--T Rowland Frankf6rt H C Morrison Versailles Harry G Henderson MU Sterling R Hiner Mt Zion J W Fitclu Old Fort E P Gilford Wincliester W F Taylor North Middletown F K Struvc Mt Hope J D Redd Nicholasville Geo H Means Spearsville Miss L N Ison Georgetown J R Savage New Columbus J R KendallHinton W W Ghamberlain Editor Central Methodist S Nolahd naKvilte District yes Rand P E Danviller E H Pearce H M Lin ney supernumerary Harrodsburg F S Pollitt Richmond Providence J A Hen- Â¬ derson Ohaplin W S Grinstead Jessamine W W Spaes College Hill D P Wahs PerryvilleW H H Ditzler Stanford Morris Evans Salvifa D H Marimon Bryantsville T B Cook Wi - Mackvillc Supplied 1 Ti 00 fas G Dunn to Josie C A W ratse Smith to F W RoUel f4e Karr to Richard KimbreM loe Somerset C F Oney Lawrencebuig Supplied Camdenvillc G G Ragan Casey E H Godbey Caintown F PJohns High Bridge J W Crutchfteld Shryville District- - W F Vaughn 11 Shelbyville J S Sims Christianburg W W Green 56 Simpsonville D W Robertson Taylorsville T J Mclntyre Bloomfield I have secured Ihe services of an ex Â¬ perienced trimmer who baa arrived Dr David Lyman of PhiladeJnhia A late estimate makes the clip nf uinl with a lurge stock of new mid was here last week among the scenes of wool this year grown In the United seasonable good- I shall try to satisfy nis childhood those who may favor me with a Call He looks well and nr Slates foot up 833500000 pounds perou both In style and quality 1 buy until Queen Victoria has sent to the Has Dig but the best goods My ninny Dr James S Harris and wife nee gttw exhibitions two tabie napkins friends and customers always welumne Moore of Cawkef Kansas paid a short tnatluTutUUIred from ynrn spun by her whether they by or not Vist to retalives at their did home Irvine majesty 15-Mrs J F Stone the past weekv Gov Buckner and Gen Dan Lindsay system Is debilitated by When the Miss Lucy B Miller accompanied her addressed a re union of Federal vet- Â¬ disease it should be strengthened and sister Mrs F W Henderon to Mason erans at Ashlaud A big crowd was renewed with Ayeis Sarsaparilia Texas last week Miss Lucy will spend present and Hon J F Hager gave an Itself the winter with her sister at that place entertainment In honor of the Govern- The medicine Invariablybe proves In worthy of all that can said its or Mr Brutus J Clay wife and children favor Sold by druggists aud dealers returned on Monday from Europe All The largest tree in Ohio Is ucar In medicines Price Si Six bottles 3 are well and report a splendid trip yet Clyde Seneca county It was planted Save Jloney considerably stormy on the homeward by Oliver Comstock in 1823 aud now passage By paying cash for your Millinery at measures twelve feet and seven inches MrJB Parsons and family of Drip in circumference and covers n snacn nf Green Front 13 First Street 13- Mas J F Stone Rock Jackson county came through ground several feet In dtatneter Richmond on Wednesday tttna m TV Among the Northern Lakes Ranson Lavle of Grant countv who as They were aecompanted this far by of Wisconsin Minnesota Iowa Mis Â¬ has struggled with poverty nil his life nevj w Pandits until last year when he made 30000 souri and Dakota are hundreds of de- Â¬ Miss Unicc Tomlin of Jackson Tenn in tobacco was killed by the cars near lightful places where one can pnss the who has been visiting Miss Mary Burnam Williamstown Tuesday while return Â¬ summer months in quiet rest and en returned home last Saturday Miss Tom Â¬ ing home after having been around to joyment and return home at the end lin made many friends during her visit Invite his neighbors to a big dinner the of the heated term completely rejuven- Â¬ here who regret her departure ated Each recurring season brings to next dny Oconomowoc Waukesha Beaver Messrs Elbridge C Park and Park Mrs Cleveland Is a patroness of the Dam Frontenoc Okoboji Hotel St Gardner and Dr E E Park all of San American trotting horse Her turnout Jjouls Lake Mlhuelonka White Bear Francisco were in town on Saturday en Is American throdgbodt Her driving Excelsior Springs aud innumerable route for Irvine so visit their parents mare Lady Albauch is a good mover other cnarming localities with ro Â¬ They arc pleased with Galifofnla as a and her ide bar Caffrey top buggy is a mantic names thousands of our best home right good American driving wagon people whose winter homes are on Governor and Mrs J P Eagle of Ar- Â¬ and report says the lady of the White either side of Mason and Dixons line kansas who visited her sisters Mr W House likes to bowl along at a lively Elegance and comfort at a moderate H Miller and Mr John Doty and their gait cost can be readily obtained A list of father Mr Wm Oldham left yesterday The admirers of Robert Browning summer homes with all necessary Iu for home The Govrenor thinks the Na- Â¬ formation pertaining thereto is being tional political outlook excellent and that the poet will hear with delight that he distributed by the Chicago Milwaukee has recovered Ills health aud strength Mr Cleveland will be re elected St Paul Railway aud will be sent In the remote Tyroless village where Senator John D Harris entertained the he buried himself from the world free upon application by letter to A V Carpenter General Passenger Richmond bar on last ThuRday night After this he will reside in Venice H inay2 3m including Circuit Judge Morton and where he has purchased the famous Agent Milwaukee Wis Commonwealths Attorney Bronston Rezzonlco palace situated on the Ice Sixleen were present The supper was Grand canal I am prepared to deliver ice to any elaborately prepared and the extensive Bismarks sleeping room in his part of the city regularly or on short menu opening with consomme and clos- Â¬ country seat at Friederlchsruhe is very notice Will make contracts for supply Â¬ ing with pomery sec printed in gilt on families offices business houses shops watered silk ribon bore each guests simply furnished The bed and chairs ing are of pine and entirely unadorned and other places Orders left a Dykess name respectively aud there is nothing about them be Â¬ grocery on Second streeet will receive yond their unusual size to distinguish prompt attention EDEXTOX aprn tf them from the beds aud chairs found J E Dykes iu the homes of the humblest German Ct rv Born to I he wife of Win Ibbal a peasants o g fhat are fretful peevish cross or troubled with girl Huena Windy Colic or Mrs Belva Lockwood taught school Stomach DisordersTeething bePains relieved can Mr J N Broiitlilus lias returned for fifteen years before she went to at once by using Ackers Baby Soother from parts unknown law She found teaching very hard It contains no Opium or Morphine Miss Cyntha Roach who has been Work and very poor pay and she had hence is safe Price 25 cents Sold by visiting relutives at this place lias a family to support her husband W G White Prescription Druggist returned home since dead being then an invalid Sanns Specific will cure Rheuma Â¬ Miss Mollie Myers lias relumed home the studied law and was admitted to tism or money refunded Price 75c at from visiting her siter Mrs J H the bar aud now she never makes less Whites Drug Store becond street 5- than 53000 near Garnett House Brumfielil in Jessamine county mond was hete this week looking at and fine NEWS PARAGRAPHS rc riV fFS Â¬ The Largest and M ost Complete Line of Clothing Ever hown in Richmond We have just returned from the market where we have bought goods at such LOW PRICES that we can sell you the best Suit or Overcoat or anything in our line at LOWER 1 PRICES ft Oil EVER BOUGHT THEM AT BEFORE A Our aim is to sell you goods at prices that will give you full satisfaction for what you pay for same Our stock embraces r- i All the Latgi Styles m Suits5 A SATJTIFTJL LX3STE veaeatg5 AjPS dke 4 h in the latest patterns colors fabrics c Our coats and suits will fit all sizes and shapes from the largest man to the smallest boy long and slim thin and stout OF jSiAaTS G a A Complete Line of Furnishing Goods IN ALL QUALITIES COLORS AND SHADES BH3 I h ill 1 iy id P- re d Jo 3Vv0 - jra ve ar PE Town lot in Richmond O H ChenauH O W Kvaiw bay horse The la ef Sbsic S Tk-- Tarmerb Home Journal of Louis- c sajs Hylas the sire of the great ie ij was developed as a a made a record of 336 reducing it Byron the sire of her ier to cm made a record of 23921 anJ was the first to beat 3 Covington Districl ELSoHtigate mmues He trained for ten years and JScott St F W Noland CoWngton c cJ his turf career with a record of IthStT w Barkcr Newport J W Mitchell Highland W E Arnold Chapter Officers Augusta and Foster S W Peeples Alexandria C M Cooper J C Annual election Richmond Royal Arvli Chapter R C Stockton High Minor supernumerary Visalia and Independance M T PuestC D Chenautt Eminent King J B Willis Eminent Scribe J M Chandler Falmouth M W Hiner Riddcll Captain of Host V F Francis Carrollton C J Nugent Principal Sojourner Alonso Hay Royal Berry W A Peniu Arcii Captain J C Ghenault Master Oddville W T Benton Third Vail G W Evans Master Second Petersburg P H Hoffman vil J J Brooks Master First Vail J K Greenteaf Treasurer Warsaw T F Taliaferro Will E Hay Brooksville R H Whitman G B Secretary M Lalor Captain Guard Poagc supernumerary Frightful Accident Morning View S A Day On Tuesday of last week Dudley Sal Walton JN Current G N Buf lee was caught by a band at his mill in fington the western part of Madison county and Cynthiana D B Cooper terribly mangled His right arm was torn Williamstown S W Speer off between the wrist and elbow and bro- Â¬ American Bible Society Agt G S ken above the elbow Three ribs were Savage broken and the jagged end of one driven High School Cincinnati Thos JDodd into his kings Dr Foster amputated Maysville District Alexander RcddPE the arm near the shoulder and otherwise Maysville D A Beardtley treated the unfortunate man who is doin Millersburg J O A Vaught wtl and will recover Flemingsburg John Reeves Tilton and Nepton J W Harris Public Renting Hiilsboro W D Power The Executors of Alexander Tribblc Mt Carmel and Orangeburg C M deceased will on Thursday September Humphrey 27 18SS at 1 oclock r m at the family Sharpsburg and Bethel G JjN Young residence on the Big HHl pike 4 miles Carlisle I W Hughes from Richmond rent to the Highest bid Â¬ Carlisle circuit R Lancaster der the home place consisting of 566 Oivingsville J H Williams acees the Terrill farm containing 299 Sylvan Dell W F Wyatt acres the Tribbte place containing 561 Mt Olivet C E Boswell acres the Rayburn land containing gSj Shannon and Sardis W H Anderson acres the Estill place containing 198 Germantown H C Wright acres the Ballew place containing 124 Vanceburg E G B Mann acres All lands lay on and near Big Hill Concord W B Ragan Pike within 3 to c miles of Richmond Dover E C Savage The Miller place within a quarter of a Olytnpia Supplied mile of the limits of Richmond contain Â¬ Millersburg Female College C Pope ing 340 acres All the lands are in a high Cumberland Gaf District yASavycr state of cultivation Terms made known on day of renting Irvine J P Strother - London O F Duvall Cirenit Court Whitesburg E A McClure Since our last report much business has Hazard G D Hyden been transacted Commonwealth against Manchester Supplied Geo Richardson Curd Fish Newt Dis Crab Orchard M P Morgan ey Henry James continued James Hazel Green J W Gardner Stotis filed away Joe Wagers acquitted Jackson E Y Terrell X B Gentry filed away Richard Lisle r Carapton T Owens ci continued Joseph BaH 10 days in Stanton WJM Derrickson jil and 25 fine T J Coyle acquitted Flat Rock Mission Supplied Am Johnson 10 days and 25 Robt Frenchburg V B Daughertee Lakes 10 aajs and 25 Dow Wingfield West Liberty R B Baird filed away and ring returned to Mrs Pineville W J Doran Dunn TJ Coyle filed away and com Harlan J L West Atee of lawyers appointed to investigate Beattyville WmOakley J King Todd BiH Benlly Dock Dejarnett Jackson Academy J J Dickey Milt Willis Jesse Warren continued m James Clark Salem Gillespie John Har Thos Young John Bowcn A S PERSONAL Gott W D Weatherford E H Stotts Qa Callahan George Young Chas Miss Emma Dejarnette is visiting Todd Sam House filed away Wm friends in Lawrenceburg Coyle 10 days and 25 Thornton Green Mr B P Granes representing Walsh ot guilty MeMie Miller 6b days in Louisville is in town John McKcrma not guilty of ifl George Dawson James Young Jim Hol Mr Hiram Shrout of Mlssori is visting di c Ed Harris Hampton Herd Mr John Tipton this county Margaret Jett Robt Lakes Ance Harris Capt J J Carson and family have re- Â¬ Sid Kelley continued Chas Todd Matt moved from Kansas to Louisville ekBen Francis filed away D F Todd c indictment quashed and held Mr W P Curtis and wife have remov- Â¬ action of grand jury Wm Covingtonf ed from New Orleans to Louisville led away John Pigg 10 Sam PurceH Mr Hawk Davis and wife of Camp W away Wm Bolin 10 days and 125 bellsvHIe are visiting relatives here Talt Heathman 20 Wjn and Jack Hol Mr Sanford Logan will leave this liosworth continued E Powell 1 cent week for the University of Virginia Solomon Taylor bond forfeited Henry Ballard 26 Wm Covington filed away Miss Mary Spencer Smith has returned John Triable hung jury and continued from a two months visit to friends in In Arch Cornelison x month in county Jail diana Madison Todd 5 Julius Kimbrell t Hon W T Tcvis visited friends in month in county jaH Brandenburg last week He was in The case against Ballard Bronston is Louisville a 6hort time on his return now before the court Mr Sell Ways editor of the EBg4e The grand jury hat found 19 indict- wooa Kansas Chief formerly of Rich CBU 1 24 Newcastle George Froh Port Royal A P Jones Campbellsburg D T Hudson Bedford W II Winter Milton J II Caywood Owenton W T Eckkr Pptsgrove J N Wilson Lagrange J J Johnston Beards W G Kavanaugh Eminence J E Wright Science Hill College W T Poynter T J Godbey Wm Burton of Garrard county has bought some mule colts in this vicin- Â¬ ity He is paying liberal prices Mrs Diana Sanders is teaching a geography 6chool at Guns Chapel She is an excellent teacher aud Las a good school Miss Laura Wylie has returned home from a protracted meeting held at Elm Fork in Jessamine couuty by Itev Jesste Waldeu Daniel Murphy of Clear Water Knusns is 011 a visit in this county and Garrard to his relatives and many friends He went to Kan sas and purchased a farm at Clear Water He is delighted with Kansas aud will return home aftera short visit here Warren has commenced to LU i I ii a new bam for Geo W Davis which he has needed for some time Mr Davis believes in the old proverb a good shelter for your horses aud cattle will save oue half the feed and reizrets that he did not build last fall for his crop was i mall indeed Wm Capt PE J THIN COLUMN That Lexington editor was not so drunk as we reported s Many of the who have come to this country ought to be hung but e the law hasnt yet Hung-ari-anhung-ary-on- Water works is heard on every hand in Richmond There is probably no danger of the vagrant act being put in force against the water if it works intelli- Â¬ gently Two young merchants heard a burglar in their store one night last week One of them got a pair of pistols and the other an Indian club and a foot adz They marched down stairs and around to the front door They unlocked the door pushed it open and stepped aside to allow the burglar to come out He came It was the smallest dog you ever saw RELIGIOUS Rev Dr Barbour will preach at the First Presbyterian church next Suuday morulug Rev Preston Blako and Rev J I Wills will begiu a protracted meeting at Speedwell on the 2nd Saturday in October being the 13th day wife and two sous left to day for Constantinople Mrs Lucy McClelland of this city mother of Mrs Sisltmauian accom- Â¬ panied them as far as Washington Courier Journal G Rev N Sisbmatiian PE Rev Dr Henderson will preach at Speedwell Baptist church nextSabbath it being the 5th at 11 oclock A si Also at Mr Algin Hisles school house the same day at 3 P u All are invit- Â¬ ed most cordially Rev C P Williamson will preach at the Methodist church Suuday morn lug and night the Christian church being closed for repairs His meetiugs at Mt Eden Fayette couuty continue with 17 additions Â¬ BORN To Mrs- - Bessie McComas of Bar bourville W Va formerly Miss Cur- Â¬ tis this place a girl on the 15th Delfords 3Iasazine We have examined Belfords maga- Â¬ zine aud find that in its political tone and contents it is distinctly aud thor Â¬ oughly Democratic of high literary merit and we take pleasure in com- Â¬ mending it to all who want a fair able aud tearless exponent of sound principles combined with the litera- Â¬ Signed ture ot a first class magazine General R W Don M DickinsoDP W 8 Stone Ky Townsheud M M C R J Mills M 5 A H Gar laud Attorney General D W Voor hees U S Senate Jas B Beck U S Senate Jo C S Blackburn US Senate John H Reagan US Sen Â¬ ate Z B Vauee U S Senate D Turpee U S Senate Imar L Pugh Senate Wade Hampton U 8 U Senate W G Lamar Professor of Yale College Heury George W J Stone M O Mo Twenty oxen forty Southdown School Books at Whites Drug Store sheep 150 lambs aud 1000 gallous of 2nd St near Garnett House tf burgoo besides the dainties the ladies brought were the sacrifices offered on School Books at Whites Drug Store the political altar at Erlanger Wed Â¬ 2nd St near Garnett House tf nesday The burgoo an institution Trustees Take Xotice peculiar to Kentucky and the secret The Record Books which the new of which they tenaciously cllug to was school law requires trustees of a public a feature of the day Euquirer school to keep nre now ready in my A delegation of colored Democrats office and 1 reqdest lliat the same be called on Judge Thurmau last week secured at once Respectfully Mr Wi Hi Furbusb of Arkansas pre- Â¬ Mrs A T Million 12 15 sented an address on behalf of the vis- Â¬ Couuly Supertiadent itors In which they express their If ou want a nice buggy pbseton lhankfulluess for favors from the Dem- Â¬ carriage barouche or ocratic party aud stating a firm belief rockaway coupe go to John Douelson aprl t iu the election of Cleveland and Thur- Â¬ mau The Old Roman responded iu VIEWING T1IE PROMISED LAND a characteristic address Squatters on the Ground Awaiting the The police have arrested a German Opening of an Indian Reservation named Ludwig on suspicion of beiug the person who committed the recent Great Falls Mont News of the mysterious murders In White Chapel opening of the Black Feet Reservation Ludwig had threatened to kill a pros- Â¬ is awaited impatiently here and titute in White Chapel and drew a throughout Northern Montana A loug knife with which to carry his lorge number of persons have gone to threat into execution When searched the reservation to locate ranches mines a razor and a pair of scissors were and town sites The desirable valleys found iu his pockets The prisoner are fairly covered with tents the great does not speak English Ho has been est rush apparently being to the Big a resident of the city for three months Sandy the famous hay grounds Sold iers as At the meeting of the Grand Lodge grounds well as civilians are on the and when news comes hat Knights of Pythias iu Louisville the the bill is signed tlieie is likely to oe a following officers were elected H H rush Bullhock Valley beyond Fort Abernalhy P G C HopkinBville Assiniboine is all staked oil and the John W Carter G C Oweusboro tents of the squatter may be seen 1 Evaus Williams G P Newport along the valley of the Milk River Joseph W Coleman G M at A Louisville Wade Sheltman G K ot There is a silver lode iu the Bear Paw R and 8 Louisville Geo W Menz Mountains that was located several years ago It is understood that several G M ofE Louisville J R Lambert parties are on bund watching to locate G I G Henderson John L Chain this mine as well as to prospect for betlalu G O G Maysville H C others Chicago Tribune Kehoe Grand Trustee Cynthiana Ed The President has now signed Col E Polk Johnson of Louisville Ihe Bill throwing open for settlement the distiuguished journalistic warrior the Indian Reservation in Montana lGmaytf on Governor Buckners etafl made a speech at the Exposition the other evening after the session with the Com ruissiouera During the course of his Remaining unclaimed in the Post remarks some one cried Louder Office at Richmond Ky week ending Colonel Johuson made a hit by reply Â¬ September 25 1883 ing If you only knew howl want to Bissett Harry Hugely Will Mason T J get closer to you all regardless of sex Buttes Annie Cloud Radkel McGarvy J W I am sure you would not call Loud Â¬ Custer R B RiddelIEIla er Cincinnati Euquirer Dinningham Bob Sanders Larah Estill Doley White Mrs Mary Gentry John col Wilson Josephus DIED Green Miss MellissieWhight Susin Harper Levy Mrs John Rucker died at her home Post Office hours from G a m to 7 p near Waco aged 70 years Burial at 31 Money order and registered letter hours prompt 7 a m to 6 p jr College Hill J B WILLIS P M Mrs John Williams died at her home at Bybeetowu Madison county on Suuday September 23rd 1S88 She was a daughter of Smith Grinstead James W Witt of Estill county PERSONS died at the residence of W J Bybee at against Tallonhaving claims or notes Newby Jr will file Drownville Madison couuty on Wed- Â¬ same at the Second National Bauk nesday September 10th 1888 He was before tbe uuderslgned OWEN NEWBY formerly commissioner of the Estill 15 17 Trustee circuit court Iu this city September 12th Elizabeth C daughter of John A and CO Mary W Williamson The hearts of their many friends go out In deepest love and sympathy to the parents who now mourn the loss of their first born For a brief space God committed to their beeping this precious child for a short while her little life gladdened their home ber baby laugh made music to their hearts and the chords of love thrilled under the touch of her baby fingers Then in his infinite love and wisdom God the giver saw tit to recall to himself the child spirit to tako It away in Its untouched sweetness and purity from all possible pain and trouble that it might rest in the eternal shelter of his love ouo of those whose angels do al Â¬ ways behold Ids face The frail little body they baye laid away beneath the sod but Dwelling with God in stillness and secluÂ¬ 11 the Latest Things to he Found in a F5rst C8ass Taiioring EstaSiisiBnent at the very lowest prices for a first class fit workmanship and quality of goods considered We cordially invite you to come and look through our stock in all departments We will gladly show you our goods whether you wish to buy or not But you must sec for yourself that we are not blowing our goods upon paper but that we do and will do everything that we say we can do as is complete embracing all of B J-- 3P h- - Je ee be cil lis 01 ROODS we are ABE IRKED AT PIES v TO BEAR RS ORT 18 WHAT IE HATE SAE With thanks for past patronage and 3iopingfor the continuance of same ery itespectiuiiy f all at CO VINGTOM 21S LARGEST EXCLUSIVE -- TVlrH f i I W B MITCHELL TJZ3ST JSPSLIHSIET ffy F E TT I Al ffik fil Sr R S hi at n- - FOLDING BED FACTORY in BRUNSWICK Simplest Most Durable Best the World W W Ea 1 h jj 5 JgJraAft mUmm BEDId jjjpgpafiar fe5Ea3338j5iS t 0 I I mm I I 9 mm mm L wH S n 9 I9 tt 1 it T Hade in All Kinfe of Wood Cannot get out oronler even trader tlie most carelessnse Twenty Different Styles iPttiiiliil vzgFmmmmm yh u OPJEA-- It is so accurately balanced a mere child can handle it jMr i 6fU3inlong ft pcjJr Sard rent tnd fori for CLOSED an ratra room jaet the MvwrtH tbiic for a mall bed room I Wtih all the bedding in j ijMitiirfSJIljiVl rrjim 12188 ACRES iu- C3 111 Dd S5fis3i2Ji mS9sxr It Is the BEST I Buy no other Sole Manufacturers If your Furniture Dealer hasnt it write for Catalogue to Fine Blue Grass AS EXECUTORS OF ALEXANDER TRIBBLE WE WILL ON Land DECEASED Fort Wayne Furniture 15 27 Co Fort wayne m on aa of 4 j 1 1 TO PHYSICIANS E S Bohemian McCAM Articles Musical Ware Vio lins Guitars MAJOLICA Smokers Residence and Grounds well Improved for Sale Desiring to remove South I ofler for sale privately my liouse and grounds at Uulou City Madison county Ky The house is a frame weatlierbonm eil plastered and papered with large windows weighted sush inside blinds stained glass in hall The house con- Â¬ tains six rooms with latticed veranda Brick chimneys and good kitchen A well of soft water 26 with grate Auother everlast Â¬ feet deep at door ing well In the yard and pond iu lot that never goes dry Bugny house good stables and other buildings Fine young orchard and excellent garden Thursday Sept 27 88 at 1 oclock P M at the family residence on the Big Hill pike miles from Richmond rent to the highest bidder the following de-Â¬ scribed tracts of land 3a an d- - LETTERS Fancy China J J- - Ht p- Glassware Brass and Bronze Goods - Fancy Willow ware Druggists Stationers and Grocers Sundries Fanoy Leather Goods Traveling Salaiitils ACCORDEONS Organettes Mouth Harmonicas 31USICAL Â¬ Violin Tenor Strings WALKING consisting of 566 acres 126 acres to go in corn about 30 neieg la wheal balance all well set in grass An elegant brick residence and and Guitar other necessary buildings on the land B0XBS Bass Drums CANKS THE HOME PLACE All in grass - r - 1 -- Notice to Creditors PHOTO AUTO ALBUMS Photo FramesScrap Books and Picture Birthday New Year andChristmasCards Playing Cards In and Out Door Games Croquets Lawn Tennis Ham mocks Base Ball Supplies Indian Clubs Roller containing 299 acres c ry out buildings Comfortable house and necessa- Â¬ ind The Grounds Contaiii 6 Acres and Ice Skates FIo- bcrt Rifles Ladies OPTICAL GOODS 33 S Gents Childrens and 3k --a S Trim Invalids Masnueradc mings Beads containing 561 acres of which 102j is sod land for corn 30 acres for wheat balance well set in grass Comfortable dwelling C 331 -- 1 33 S containing 9S S DI2STELLI SEETSY YSTERS Â¬ a sion By guardian angels led Safe from temptation safe from sins pollutiqp She lives whom we call dead B M C Feather Dusters with good post and rail fence all round Jewelry FansJap Child ren s Carriages neseand Chinese and a beautiful grove of locust trees an Boys Express Wag an acre iu extent Novelties corn 20 acres for wheat and containing 198f ACRES 100 acres ons Velocipedes The grounds front three hundred Imported and balance in grass feet on the priucipie street of the vil- Â¬ lage and my ofHce is in a neat nud DOMESTIC TOYS BIOYCLES TRICYCLES convenient drug store immediately on Confectioners Arti Doll the street Perambulators of drugs I desire to sell my stock There is cles Sea Shells Girls Propellers containing 124 ACRES 50 acres in corn 50 acres in wheat balance along with the property Brackets Fishing Tackle room for a stock of fancy groceries in grass Cag es should the purchaser wish to add- - such 231x3 Seins All above lands lay on and neAr Big Hill Pike within 8 to 5 goods to tiie stock Fancy Hardware Flags Firo works miles of Richmond Union City is a nice orderly village Chiuese Lanterns Pocket Cutlery on the Richmond aud Jacksons Ferry turnpike seven miles from Richmond and six irom Kentucky River and has two general stores post ofllue express within a quarter of a mile of the limits of Rkhmond containing 340 facilities two blacksmith shops with ACRES 90 acres for corn sod land 50 acres for wheat and balance wood shop one saddlers shop a snhool 14 17 house with Masonic Lodge brick well set in grass Two good tenement lionses AH tbe above lands church occupied by two denominations are in a high state of cultivation e14 GQ1D 1T1TCXI OS Several road3 centre at Union City tc for 8 loo n l Terms made known on day of renting I have practiced medioine at Union h UM B City for twenty years and know it to kMver WernatoC Hearr NANCY TSRIBBLE Executrix A4W QUi Haatfar CiNB be one of the best country locations in T D CHENAULT na MtefiM ctaUlUe Kentucky JJWCUtors- amrks mm of ALEX TRLBKLE Tt y mvx1wlriIjcunr t mJiicafi wm 12 15 A reasonable price and easy terms Ttc OMI PEaiSOK are offered I IIK alavtaflkl I refer by permission to Dr Jen- Â¬ f a U ctk IcattT to ke la tr4t In i JE in nt to thnaa utocnllcninKl UefeCT nings and Poyuiz and Cashier J fclJi imtiJ verr Mefal ftj veXve lead freeSA3HLES Â¬ tUTyoa m IVm iwwiilu ii Greetilauf lst National Bunk Rich lavekqit Cwnhj yoorliMi for tt iwbUm 4 dirw then mond bectWKs tetUecokMt 1ur cn4tkv rVr jWtwi fjaaptrtn H tt SOUD rnealhto mk tM put ft tfceafcewtBXor Call on or address me nt Uluon City GLUkicsMCOHTl reewitft ttpiM to j tMull Nir3Wtwenty la a Uvfeinfelbr Respectfully hi toraawaJbert va BtMrttarswt4s nwuayMiubJuoio6GOMtatniiHiaUi 8- Dr JOHN W HARRIS nrrmmmmx aTT TMa tbe moat nalirM atfr crcr LAND THE EAYBURNbalance in THE ESTIIX PLACE for acres 75 acres for corn meadow f THE BALLEW PLACE THE MILLEja PLACE B E McCAM neK5S35 mm mm i ypCrar33 sit iman patent seat fastener TO CONTRACTORS Â¬ Â¬ When symptoms of malaria appear in any form take Ayers Ague Cure It will prevent a development of the germs of disease and eradicate them from the system A cure is warranted hi every instause S DIFELLI CO The Richmond Water Works Com pany are ready to receive bid on a 1422 hyaiem of Water srerka to b construct Ky Bids opened ed at Richmond October 13th For plan aud peeificA Daneteou wilt rruko yuu s good a oiisaddrej F H ADAIR beggy or carriage as oan be Sought 14 17 Seoretary any where Iu America upr4 tr to ftaaat al aud eraar thai wr aaaplea aH wr Aawrtca WrlM at aacaaad vamtkrrcM to a Hauler H will to baidlyes b EUteafetUieeMne to atov tk m aapka i Uaa araa mmf caA at JM fcosra far Mjawrraverrt vUlto meat Mttafecbary ApefUlceafoa vUah to wet aa Mto to 1 rem aa t nr reataaw eaUftot ar da M ftarttor way ao bona e aiH B4t tf jwo 04 aaaa adavwfle at eana yavcaaseewaarui end ta vvrtd azde Urra Jtaaof bK eatttffeef wahatwe COSTLY HA3latXi WeperaexmtoifcLehV k aavMt bf vfF TUSISHB m p mm m I best ar EM IHMTm to paruei punsulsg tcrtootj 11 Of man tt toekJ cew wat fcmtr Mt huwaMf aidma It nm cdAllisI In tbe m Manns or KB pentpjil rt im nOnattt mu amlKtnintn U 43 f will 36 ho acM at a v iy lv dtfur firir u itv V UAOCJKJt Auburn titt An firn- Ruthw n 4 jai u Sk kit T ia tgm- C5 Uj J SPEED SMITH CltAS S POWELL TWENTY EIGHT STORIES Â¬ SMITH k POWELL ICEOOKEJ Â¬ The Babel Building Which Is to Be Erected in Minneapolis Is to be erected Fire Insurance d We represent ten of the strong est Fire Insurance Companies in tlie worM We represent the Company that has the largest capital in the world the Company that lias the largest paid up capital in the world the Company that has the largest assets in the world the only Company in the world that pays its losses without discount and does not make you agree in its policy to wait sixty days after a fire to get your money All Companies charge the same rate then Â¬ DRY GOODS Choice Silks Henriettas Serges Why not Insure in the Best Insure your bouse and contents and sleep soundly it will be too late after you are burned out Our Companies have over 40 000000 capital and over 100 000000 assets viz Licrpooi London Gmufcn Cowmercittl Union Gme Assete 4007673 34476165 Lancashire Qmetn Hwe 30003324 8 061183 Hartftmi German WrcummFmri jaoonm 6ec5 5255604 3187173 2161925 119121514 72955 6ve 1M aprlSafla Merchant Tailoriiu ADRUFF Mel Eilis and WATCHMaKERJEWELEB DEALER IN A twenty eigutotory office buildiDg at Minneapolis by L S BufllnRton an architect of that city who bas obtained a potent on a method of iron building construction which if I practicable threatens to revolutionize the art of modern building The build Â¬ ing is thus described It consists of two continuous skele- Â¬ tons of Iron cornmenclug on the iron footings and continuous laminated riveted iron posts diminishing in size as they ascend braced diagonally after the manner of lattice bridge gir- Â¬ ders and horizontally braced by the iron beams of each floor which Â¬ The allontion of the ladies is especially called to our superior form an integral portion of the building The whole frame is covered on line of Dress Goods embracing the most fashionable Fabrics to be the exterior with a nonconducting sub- Â¬ stance of absolute reliability The ex- Â¬ terior is formed of stone and copper had in New York The stone is carried at each story or of teuer when necessary by means of horizontal shelves of iron the shelves themselves being hidden by the stone The roof is to be of tile except the apex which will be formed Into a glass c lookout from which a necessarily yast expanse may be viewed The first story will be grand rotunda with twelve elevators and two flights of stairs situated in the center The ele- Â¬ vators are arranged so that each two floors have their own elevator that the passengers for the twenty second or twenty third story for inetauce may We have in Laces Ribbons Collars Guffs Handkerchiefs Gloves and make the trip without stopping thus expediting the service greatly No Parasols all that can bo desired wood work will appear in the building except doors and window sashes When finished no portion of the constructional iron will be visible Con- Â¬ traction and expantion are provided for under the patents Each office has its own safe or series of safes built in the outer wall and formlug a part of With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the best New their structure which the architect claims is a feature never before used York school of art and design in gents garments experienced in the in the building Another Jmportnut best houses of that city and versed in evory dotail of the business consideration in the iron construction is the reduced thickness of the wall aided by on elaborate stock of as those on the exterior of the building do not in any part exceed 22 inches thereby giving more light and air to the offices The building does not Weifth one half as much as an ordinary masoury one of the seme size and is much cheaper and more quickly built The building is 80 by SO feet on the ground 350 feet to the top of the glass lookout and contains 723 large offices all of which are outside rooms BEKHSTT lIUBMSTOK Watohee Cioeks Jewelry Sliver and Ptated ware tie Special attention given to SETOHOf DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES RSPAIRIIffGmanner Cask - Piwmptly dooe and iu a workmanlike 8 to the Pitst ofltee Kiel mood Ky jmi 4 lf Paid for Old Gold and Silver Dont forget tlie place next door it PATENTS Ineuretl Pttite Caveats tt beiwre the U S Patent Office promptly attended tn Aw moderate fees ami no efcarge made unless Patent Is fcecured Sed for Inventors Guide FRANKLIN H HOUGH way 9tr Washington D C Â¬ vived ami Trade Marks ApplieathHis Re ejtI ami All burinefea Prosecuted Â¬ JlSlilbl9 aa JMabiiMbea d Active Men Ito travel for Hjui dunue lie summer meaUts Tliose who can tarnish a bore ami seearlty preferred Money advanced We mhhU1 to par exiURe A age bsmnew lor tbe right men MuteBreat chance xpeiienee 10 uaM MadiMs Mwhu for reply Ifaw paid WASTED Address aud have lime better send and address of references No aUen to postal cards Aevwmlndaboet BTTST- - U PEERLESS LEADS THE 1V0SLD ni laiuM iai OflM for Graeral Rnp riority atCte-- rxili uuiirut aifi txpext teat alter Peerless Engines Euc iaes Oeiscr Traction and Portable DoMteslic and Creamery Gang1 umti MartvC Plows Thresher aad Cleaner Steam ewe Tito ratentVartaMeTrfe noa Feed Pat Dags Saw Oaise norssaaa 1 JBaa33Tl Meat WewaatageaUaadluxitacotreaponitenoB apr3 6m tDipmred aM rtieapprt Saw JOH on tfee Send fur catalogue U tlie CEISER 3f ASrFACTrRIXCJ CO yiTWSEOtr 72UCZSX ea jl Palace Steam chs arummer Svwy W ours Low Rates DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND Hirnullli BtIcOnebya cra Huron na Bur Oi St CSatr OtiOaaA BmNlrr lUrto Otty DETROIT AND 8prcilca4y Br Between CLEVELAND Trip dsrisc Jalj aad Abcssv PAMPHLETS OUR ILLUSTRATED E VHITCOMB Gun Put Aar Detract Gleielaftd Stsan Hairpiiw Cs a 2 ar DETROIT Cm MICH GAIT -- - HOUSE LOUISVILLE KY Hie Largest and Finest Hotel in the cily Rates250 to 4 Per Day According to room6 Y -- Htel am ii nui TlBBaaaaaaaaaaaU Turkish and Russian Bath in ee06lv A goods mado especially for toa gowns is called cut cashmero and comes with a deep border to bo used We have for tho front of tho gown or toedgo 1 A salt the skirt This material costs 125 a A lumber yard and nine yards Is a full pattern A sugar Imagine a cream ground scattered with Ajute A cordage tiny sprays of peach blossoms and a A rubber border of largo peaches in exquisite An envelope velvety tints and green leaves I A steel Trusts would profor to finish the skirt with An earthenware this border and havo a full front of A Bessemer steel faint pink or olivo green surah Per Â¬ A zinc A paper bag haps you would profor a design of yel- Â¬ A window glass low rosos and brown leaves on a cream A patent leather or garnet ground with a border to A whisky match An oil More Inoxponsivo gowns are mado of Of these ail but three are upon arti- Â¬ challis and havo a front ot plain cash- Â¬ cles protected by tariff These trusts mero A very pretty challis at fifty or associations or whatever name they cents a yard has an ecru ground scat- Â¬ goby are combinations whereby pro- Â¬ tered with dark bluo fern leaves and ducers are banded in heir own inter Â¬ if mado Into a tea gown tho front should est to Compel purchasers to pay more bo blud surah or light weight cash Â¬ for their supplies Trusts are monop- Â¬ mero Tho blonde who wishes a be- Â¬ olies They are denounced by the coming gown may chooso a whito chal Â¬ common Iaw4 They are specifically lis with a pale bluo figure A new by the Chicago plat- Â¬ Idea is to lay plaits or tucks below the condemned form President Cleveland says of Collar for a short distance then allow them that regulating supply and price tho front to fall straight tying in the of commodities controlled by them fullness with ribbons at the waist they strangle competition The peo- Â¬ The collar may be a choker or turned ple can hardly hop for any consider- Â¬ over Tea gowns of Swiss muslin with an ation in the operation of these selfish embroidered front tied with long enda They are condemned by of red bluo orange or violet ribbod schemes hearly every one of their beiieficiarles look as though especially Intended for a word whicli may or may not exclude youthful matrons whoso- household James G Blaine who says of trusts cares sit lightly on their shouldors THE INTELLIGENT BRITISH EDITOR We arc putting fortli suits erjual to the host made in this country that they are largely private aflairs For elderly ladios or thoso in mourn- Â¬ with whicli neither President Cleve-Â¬ ing come tea gowns of black and whlta Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us New York Tribune A person does not need to be very land nor any private citizen bas any satino or foulard with a front of plain black Philadelphia Press old to remember the lime when En Â¬ particular right to interfere i glish journals displayed lamentable iCSOP REVISED The Dynamite Craiser Vesuvius ignorance on American topics Even was launched at A Modern Version of the Fable of the Do Vesuvius The the great newspapers of London made anU the IVolf the most absurd mistakes about Amer- Â¬ Cramps ship yaid April 2Sth and is Onco thoro was a Boy left to tend a intended to demostrate the practicabili- Â¬ flock of Sheep and being impeled by Neck Wear Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Shirts laundried and ican affairs This lias been greatly ty of using Captain Zaliuskisdvnamite changed of late years and the leading tho spirit of mischief in tho absence of gun afloat in naval warfare She is a spirits of anothor variety he amused papers of Great Britain are becoming unlaundried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc dis- Â¬ himself by crying Wolf I when no well posted on the current events in small mastless vessel of 725 tons placement long aud arrow like draw Â¬ Wolf was nigh the United States They have shown Tho people of tho neighborhood an especially intelligent grasp of polit- Â¬ ing only nine feet of water and with ical matters during the past few weeks poweriul twin screw triple expansion were greatly terrified and hastily arm Â¬ As an example we append an editorial engines designed to give a speed of ing themselves with whatever weapons Â¬ from the London Dally Universe which twenty knots Her length is two hun- they could command rushed to tho to the mos is a fair sample of the clear and able dred aud fifty two feet and breadth spot to defend the Sheep from tho in great quantity and variety from the cheapest sup- Â¬ ruthless Invader discussion of the situation found iu the twenty six feet A small central When they discovered tho April fool elesant ombossed gilt erstructure aud a thinly armored con- Â¬ English press i tower are built upon the upper that was played upon them thoy wero The news is received this morning ning mad but tho Boy mocked them and water-of the nomination for the Presidency deck which is five feet above the them Rubes a nUMSTOI line part of the ship Is laughed and called up The after by the Democrats of Mr Harrison torm that ho picked at tho circus This places him in opposition to Gen Â¬ devoted to the quarters for the captain He fooled them several times that Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Ky eral Cleveland nominated by the Re- Â¬ and officers the middle compartments way but at length tho Wolf did come apllS tf for- Â¬ and when ho cried out no one believed publicans of BufJalo Ohio It is un- Â¬ to the engines and boilers and the crew aud to him and no ono hurried to his assist- Â¬ Is imminent and ward compartments to the derstood that a crisis that General Hays the present In the three 16 inch dynamite guns ance You may oxpect to read that cumbeut of the office will retire to his which are built into the ship at a fixed tho Boy was torn in pieces and elevation of 18 projecting above the dovoured nnd you aro doubtless pro farm in Boston him right bow it upper deck It seems that two other men have ing down near the to the and extend- Â¬ pared to say the sorved happened but Ho kind keel The nothing of nearly also been nominated as substitutes in angle of elevation lias been recently in Â¬ wasnt that kind of a Boy case the regular nominees should be He had mado arrangements with ono which creased from 10 to 18 to diminish the of Barnums agents whoso business it killed during she campaign will be carried on with vigor On chances of the shell The guns are side was to secure animals for the Greatest the Republican ticket it is Professor by side and must be pointed by the Show on Earth and when tho Wolf Morton of Alaska but at present helm the steam steering gear and twin put in an appearance with an appetito Â¬ living in Florida though it is said that screws contributing quick tuuriug pow- a week old expecting to make a meal er The guns are smooth bores fifty of the Boy as had been usual in all he claims to be a resident of the great agricultural state of Philadelphia On four feel long made in sections of tiiiu previous versions of this fable ho was the Democratic ticket is Dr Thurman cast iron It is as yet though best not ensnared by tho agents men and a distinguished Italian bom near to rifle these guns as it would cause shipped to Bridgeport for identifica- Â¬ Â¬ Rome in the early par of 1783 Heat additioual strain upon the gun aud tion classification and moral instrucpresent conducts a gymnasium in the projectile and increase by friction the tion preparatory to being put on tho road Tho boy was rewarded with a I city of Kentucky and has a personal heat aud cousquent danger To keep position as candy butcher with tho following who refer to him affection- Â¬ the shell steady in its flight there is a Show where he amassed a handsomo tall lube with spiral vanes attached ately as the old Roman fortune in a singlo season by dexter Â¬ which It is predicted hat these nomina- Â¬ feather act much ou the principleIs of the ously counting both ends of dollar on an arrow The shell made tions will call out a full vote Mr bills in making change to customers Harrison will make a thorough can- Â¬ of thin drawn bras tubing and is 14 Tho Boy became a Wolf himself vass speaking at Massachusetts Penn inches in diameter aud about seven Texas Silings i Pall-aad--Wiiit- er-bylvania Lake Erie Mammoth Cave feet long exclusive of tiie tail tube A HOTEL IMPROVEMENT and Oshkosli He will then come The operation of loading is very sim- Â¬ Vjmprrsfeed air Is the firing med- Â¬ Story ot a Uonlrnce Who Was YFlUIns to ple East and address the people of San CONSISTING OF Obllze JIU Guests Fiancifcco General Cleveland who is ium A storage reservoir near the keel At ono of the country hotels after contains air at a pressure ot 1000 and especially stroug with the soldier vote or fifth execrable meal having a brilliant array record gained pounds a square inch From the stor Â¬ tho fourth to speak to tho landlord I from the medium price to the highest It is ouraim age reservoir the air is admitted to the determined Â¬ by the gallant capture of a large numHe was a mild mannered man and I to suit the public and to do it we have bought goods ber of Confederate flags will sjeak at firing reservoir near the breech of the beckoned him out behind the houso to suit everybodj We do not keep shoddy but guu A valve admits the air from the Dismal tiwamp Montreal aud other and began with good honest goods at honest prices We handle the places An opposition paper mentions tiriug reservoir to the gun barrel in the Say do you realize that you aro best makes of custom goods and want a share of an address which lie will deliver later rear of the shell and starts the latter keeping ono of tho poorest meanest on its journey The man at the firing hotels in all Tennessee your patronage if prices are a condition in the season at a place called Bait Why no ho exclaimed in great River but we kuow nothing of it lever controls the valve so that it may Respectfully be opened to any extent he may desire surprise Mr Harrison favors free trade aud a You have tho poorest beds I ovor strong prohibitive duty on all exports thus regulating the amount of air that to be admitted to the gun barrel slept in and Ivo slept In a hog pen General Clevelands enemies charge Ii Bttfc2l iy greater the amount admitted the onco or twice him with trying to influence votes by The You dont say greater will be the range of the projec- Â¬ favoring a pension for every man who Your cook ought to bo killed with tile Experiments will readily deter- Â¬ was In the army Mr Harrison has the size of the opening for any a club and your cross oyod waiter been iu the legislature of New Orleans mine desired range thus bringing the gun should havo been in tho grave long ago aud in 1678 was mayor of Oregon complete controll of the opWeill Well Much talk is heard about the bloody under the erator Lieut Wm F Fullam in The How you havo managed to get shirt dead issues the red bandana a for September along and keep tho place beatd inc new variety recently propagated iu American Magazine I dont want to be mean but I want granger war taxes barIs Dakota Harpers Magazine to ask you if you cant improve things plunks dark colored horse the solid The excellence of Harpers Magazine a littlo South curpet bacgers the electoral I can and Ill cheerfully do it sir university etc none of which l very for October is uppareut even from a Its for your benefit to please your pages ThereJ MAIN clear lit this dilnnce but whiuh our hasty glance through lis guosts of courso correi pindeut w investigating The are short stories and limn ones sketches Of course It is and Im bound to do uiiMirpused lltos skiL poetry and Mugwump parly founded by Noah it Ill make nn improvement in loan Wibt ter of TensusHC is said to have initioiiH The articles roost striking than half an hour In about twenty minutes he ctimc jiiiitd the Greenback party the Know perhaps are Mr Theodore Childs and Z around to me on the veranda smiling Limoxea and Us Judiistriec Is the place to go if you want an thing in Nothing parly aud the Federalists party and if Mich Is the ease utid ll L Whites description of Western and rubbing his hands and said These contain a great Well lvo made it Ive out tho Diamonds Watches puts fnruaid a candidate it will com- Â¬ Journalism plicate iiiattiis stilt further This store of new information and even the cooks wages down one dollar a month Clocks Jewelry Pine party would ountrol the undivided old faus are so presented that they and swapped that cross eyed nigger strike the reader with new force The waiter off for a lame wonch Bot your Chinese vote life thiug3 have got to go different Guld Hcaded Silk Umbrellas The report lltat Mr Blniue had portraits of Western editors will be here if it costs every cent I take in declared his intention of di sertlnz the scanned by the public with interest Can you suggest any thing else Gold Headed Canes Mugwump party i shown to be pre Â¬ The opening article is entitled Lhno Detroit Free Prete and it was mature by a special telegram published gei and its Industries Fine Razors A deer in a park at Staokpolo New York Trib written y Tlieodore Child Its scope on our fitli page t widi r ItiMii lis thle implies and any Pembrokeshire England recently got Fine Pocket Knives une me who wishes to obtain broad ideas its horns entangled in the seat of a CONFEDERATE JOHNNY about ceramics will do well toetudy Its swing nineteen inches by nlno in six THE LAST Domestic Sewing Machines COMES HARCrttd HOME jwrograplis carefully The secret of and carried it off Ho scared all tho telling good ware Inim bad aud the other deer In tho park nearly to death and tho keepers started after him Ho TelPBrnpli- IMsooti Cla AND ALI KINDS OF Inst from Hint which Is still good and hid for a day in tho spaco between a I he Con Â¬ ot admiration is given clearly fallen tree and a pigsty and when dis- Â¬ worthy Miles Kt imwly the last of SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES federates lias at Iat recoiled his old and fully Mr Clillds thfii describes covered started off like mad and for a home iu Sumter county aud was wel some of the best specimens of artitic beginning leaped a gate five foot nino comed in Amerlcm in a royal manner work of different kinds sent out from inches high Tho wall of tho park six He was there for thefln t time since Limoges u place as most people prob feet high was next taken and then ho he shouldered Ids gun iu 1SG1 aud nbly do not know celebrated not only swam a lake Whon ho was finally YOUR shot ho still boro tho fivc polmd hand Â¬ went to the war He was wounded as the centre of French porcelain manunear Richmond during the dying days facture but as the seatot Ihe mediaev Â¬ icap of the swing board on ills horns of the Confederacy and was laid up al goldsmiths art aa the place were A thief who stole two fowls from a for some time after Lees surrender at enamel was carried lo the highest de Â¬ farmer at West Rutland Vt tho other Â¬ gree or perfection after the Renais a farmhouse fix miles from Richmond night dropped a gold watch in tho hen and SILVER and and as havlug retained hi a houso where it was found tho noxt and there nursed until fully recovered sance get new goods for by the daughter of the man ai whose great measure its physiognomy of a morning It was poor bargain for it or the Theartiole is liber Â¬ him house he was staying The war being mediaeval town over and being solely without meaus ally and well illustrated De Boges Cashmeres c he married the girl and went to farm Â¬ ing On the fourth day of last April be bitched up his faithful and only steer to his wagou and with his wife and ten children and 8 in money alt he possessed and turned the steers head towards old Georgia His travel was necessarily slow and it was often that Mr Kennedy had to stop on his way and work for money with which to purchase food for his steer and family The children kept healthy all the way only one of Ihem being at all sick but the steer was at one time taken dowu and for a time tnere were gloomy pros- Â¬ pects for the old soldier and bis brood Finally the steer gotiwell and on the Oth instthe entire party reached Macon The 15th he got to Amerlcus his home He was met some distance oat by a delegation of citizens headed by the Americus brass band and escorted to the court house square Prof Van Riper was on band and photographed them beide the ox and wagou Col A S Cutis then formally welcomed him home in the presence of 1000 people By a slight effort about 5100 in money and provisions were raised for him and his dependent family TRUSTS TEA GOWNS How Tlier Ar Made anJ the Material I Uted la Their Construction i The maldon or tho matron who does not possess a tea gown can not bo said to have a fashionable outfit no matter how many flno drosses may hang in her Dont confuse a tea gown wardrobe with a Mother Hubbard wrapper for tho latter is only intended for morning wear while you may appear in tho former late In tho afternoon or even Â¬ ing A toa gown is a Princess dross opening over a looso front while tho back breadths are laid in gathers just Sometimes a below tho waist line basque effect is given by finishing tho back with two littlo tabs which all over the gathers Tho sleeves aro nearly always half fitting and trimmed with a bond of velvet or silk Often there is a tight coat sleevo underneath tho open sleevo Lot me doscrlbo a very handsomo toa gown which I caught a glimpso of recently Tho material was gobelin blue cssh mefo and tho front whito pieco laco looped with bows of whito watered ribbon in sovoral places A band of white watered silk on which wera sewed three rows of gold braid ox tended down each side of tho looso front and formed tho collar and sleevo PRETTY FOUND -- S AT THK Cash Grocery Horse OF GOKMLEY CO DY K E 1 SJVJDXXLJe ox North Second Street A full ami complete stock of STAPLE AND FANCY HARNESS MAIN STREET RICHMONDjlIY jann iy GROCERIES Gonfectioneries Canned Goods Green ux Dried Fruit trimming Lace Flounces of all kinds Chicago Times White Goods in great quantity and plenty of every thing in my line This house is n V aiuwiy -- Bnsme ON A- CI I jj i - Â¬ Strictly CASH Basis KENTUCKY GENTEAL E R BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North West and Southwest East The hest goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS HOUSE Fast Line Between Lexington and Cincinnati SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 20th 1SSS SOOTH BOUND Lvp Covington Lve Kalinouth Lve Cynthlnna Arr Parts Arr Lexington No 2 Ex Sun 830 am A ob4 tf No 4 Dally c pa 3P 4 pa No 6 ExJSnu THAI THREE X0RE NOItTH BOUNDJ Lve Livingston Lve IlereH Arr lUehmood Lve btaiiforu Lve Lancaster Arr Kicltmond Lve RiehitMHH- lArr Winchester Arr Paris Lve Lexington J Lve 1arn Lve Cyutlilana Lve Falmouth Arr Covington No 3 No 1 NeS Ann Suitings TRQUSERIEICSS and VBSTIBXS - 300 pm aaS pm 430 pa 1140 am iccjo pm 510 pm 1230 p m 1130 pm 610 pm Uve larts njoam 1055 pm juopa Arr Winchester 123s pm 1115 pm 05 pm JUchmoml Arr 2x0 pm 710 pm fciSpm Arr Lancaster 510 p m 600 pm Arr Stanford 8o pm lUclimom- i- 305 pm lve Ueree yao pm Arr Arr Idvlngslo- n- 545 pm 1003 1105 an m 1035 1145 aw1 HARWE8T 7o am - 70 amJ S5 am Kio a 545 lisoo am 650 am pm 650 am 130 35 S pm m 3J 340 pm KM a 350 pi 406 pm 0J06 ami Vjo pa a m C35 P 451 P 1003 6 00 pm lii5 a 3 P 73s am JUp MINNESOTA DAKOTA MONTANA TUBSnAYagg13gdari VIA THK MAYSVILLE BRANCH SOUTH BOUND Lve Mnysvllle Carlisle SUllersburs Arr Paris Lexington Covington No IS No 12 Dally Daily Ex Sua Ex Sun am 35 am 739 am 753 am 30 am 915 am 1135 am fcoo NORTH BOUND GENTS FTOMSEING GOODS KXSUU No Dally No II Daily Ex Sua 1UCB St Paul Minneapolis itoba Railway FBOM Man- Â¬ Jolinon 105 140 234 258 325 QC10 00 pm Lve Coviiftoti pm Lexington pm Purls pm Arr Mlllnbrgpm CarlWe pm JnhitMHi pm Maysvlllo ar- Â¬ - 1050 a m 1015 a 3Sam 57 am 92 sna m 42s a 1 pi f p fcn rs p r op 47 ST PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS AT KATRS No WALL PAPERS CR00I1 Binm I this train runs through to Richmond Ky 32 leaves Covington at 830 a m rives Falmouth 1030 a m Sunday others are daily except Sunday only Direet connection is made at AVInclHbter with Chesapeake nnd No 31 leaves Falmouth at 430 p m ar- Â¬ Ashlaud HuntingtonOhio for lit S4eri1ng Charleston W Va rives Covington 630 p m Sunday ami Eastern Cities only FAST LINE Nos 3 and 4 ran via Win No 15 leaves Lexington 715 p m ar- Â¬ etiesterrSolid Train with Pullman Sieeptng Cars between Cincinnati and ttichmotid Va rives Paris 755 p m and Winchester and Washington D C No S leaves Covington 520 p m arThrough Tickets and Baagnge Cheeked to rives Falmouth 720 p m any destination reached by a railroad No 7 leaves Falmouth 550 a m arrives For full particulars address oreallou aBy agent ot the Comjitinyor Covington 750 a m S F B MORSE E H BACON Daily Except Sunday Trav Passr AgU lien Passr Agt Ky No 3 Daily between Richmond Covington Lexington Ky Note Covington CAKK Lexington and II K HUNTINGTON I BKlchBioudArL Ky Uenl Mauxer No 4 Daily between Covington Lex ngton and Winchester On Saturdays General Offices Covington Ky Â¬ CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE LESS THAN ONE CKNT PEK IILE No trip rate being more ihau DOLLARS TWENTY incut ig GREAT FALLS HELENA ai BUITE MONTANA Per vous dt biriikg to take a tr p through Northern Mhitnsola Caki or montaim for the puriHwe oflcnkiii over the country or with the idr a seieeting a ew hwe witiii i ti boundaries of the GRANDINi WHEAT BELT IN THE WOULU and an agricultural enMHtry muU ril 1 1 1 QTJBEir A3TD CEESGEFT EOUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO forming for diverhim ilair stock irpoTt- - will do well tc advantage of tbeee ralee PALACK SLBFJMt AND BUFFET FMKK COLONIST SZBBPEKS C a 1 tn lS Pnb ywr home tletfet aieent to of the eowipaBy or - For maps ami iuibrmaiioa arty u t ag nt BOOTS SHOES AKD HATS New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the F I WHITNEY Geul Pss Tkt Agf S- St Paul Sin n n LUCE MICES AIiXc CrRABES T Pricipal Points S outii Eas and I Son Mem SEEDS jann iy GRASS AND FIELD THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO TIIE PACIFIC C0AST- tho important Cities ot OieSotUli without change Have just gotten n an immense stock of Goods Moriiiiis and Night Trains Only T SrSUrseaa FLORIDA IN Bou Largest and most complete sock E Central Kentucky Our motto Goods and Lowest Con itcnt Prnes P CARROLL 77 and 79 V Mam St LfxixgtoKy fULS in nUNNING TnilOUGH CARS TO JACKSONVILLE TWENTY EIGHT HOURS r on ESEMa Bet Cough 8f ran mmna CJfltS WMOE AIL EIS S doir PRICKS Central therefore saved transfer aeross the City and are assured comfort and cenveuleuce Nearly All tlie Leading Railroads ArcRlT passengers holding tickets via tills Union Depot In Cincinnati Grand aVffiarKyJJi fi aow nyaraalsg SI Taatea good ts a journey attended with eBthpSS3 Be 1S Hne are speet lJ Trarel via- - Queen and Crescent ot th 1 believe Pisos Cure for Consumption saved my life A H Doweix Editor Enquirer Eden ton N C April 23 18S7 General Offices St Paul Building West Fourth St Cincinnati Ohio D G EDWARDS JOHN C GAULT Acting General Passenger Agent General Manager R CA RROLL R X RYAN General Freight Agent General Superintendent 1 27 J QUINLAN General Advertising Agent E tJ O A Hiff g OH UPPER XXX STREET to HEW GBOCERY M The best Congh Medi Â¬ cine is Pisos Curb fok CojrstrHTTioir Children take it without objection By all druggists 25c sg5Me5feraft CH3ES WHEffi Â¬ D P THE ABIEE STREET Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands of Roasted Coflee Pure llio Combination of Rio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocha Pure Private Plantation Java Pure Arabian Mocha and Gonnine Male Berry Java These goods are all kept in air tight tin cans Now and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and qualities jgasiissfigCTanns mar7- - Eeet Cough Syrup Tastes good Sea mHiae ootq pyaraMglBM All ELSE FAILS orattaEa ly IEWELEE 00 TS FA t W O 1 STAPLE O FA2TCY E0CEH1ES Etc U17lItl Sen BT ftaVll i88llllH ssiiis s 14n t MtUH BUM V 1 14 a 7 Quconswarc Glassware Woodcinvrc O IS -- a O O S3 CIG-AES- Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs 33 7 il K r Jig BiUMUlim IIIEUIMIUK Si HM1 O ssasx SSU J7t A M jiiaMiStessrs 1 J M 5 hi 11 7 8 K n HlSli - n HUlBUHli M 17 WW 5813383 a J4 3S CL a an 11 11 Ultt l7l0llS21 a SlO 17 TTITfl U Ir3 its WTjarawu auglQ 1 y aj7 i r aaniM53B 71 81 a s a 10BKll 71 W10 41 Â¬ t3EI JLAXO XJJ CAT1TJLI FB LTSB SB A Jbr 3 STOCK SW 200000 ttf ej 7 MMWMnJtM iiiu a S3B iiSn4wi in mri SS L3 n nnMLli17 1 M WW IM4ljlM atioN iKMS a ISA J S3 ess S9 Â¬ BUILDERS AND BRmo n mm G3 OISTRAGTOBS TJj aLCACTCREns OP Â¬ nninriialiinit WAmU aeiuftAsMv 911- - Old Gold nusiNEss r rpnatars tO - oas is All Work auaranteetl a HvvrcacnUil BEND FOB OATALOatr 34 if - m ssie users of SBCfers km rimmt lsrcYaf nooitceto those cooterapkitinj building inai utey are prepared to contract t wehioli IS Buildings or Every Description Perfactiea FrM Wfesl Satisfaction guaranteed Estimates made free of charge Plans tarnished on application on short notice COLEY LONG apr i itf C vn traaortrcid Builders - - -- Y fe V r zs j 1 - irn bs frt AibbbbbbbbbbbbV ff j tJj