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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 3K7fcT ij6fTtV0 ff - S Ij gafeaU b x -- -- yriea -- gg H M RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 3 1888 f gTTr rre i i i r n- - f KJeJ pFcr SpSBSpiS NUMBER OJ wOB l YA f volume n sr 16 PROFESSIONAL CAUDS DR A WILKES SMITH IKE CI LICE hours T M LIMITED TO Try Ayers Pills Br BlMMaattem sys PRECIOUS STONES StfeB DVT1STRY Smith Building Mam Street to 900 to 1200 at jne2S tf io chroBie CoetireneM Ayers PilU lmve relieved me from that trouble and also tram Gout If every victim of this dis Â¬ ease would heed only three words of nine I could banish Gout from the land would be Try Ayers Keoralgia and Goat lABring of Yonkew N Y Recommended as a cure for UrUllanU IVortli Mllllens Oirnnl by AmerU can uonnstsaeurs A regrettable dispersion of jewels Thwrds J - C MORGAN DDS Mhim rtrt over Madlt JT OFFICE liattk ItWtuMHMi Ky mount eitr By the use of Ayers Pills alone I ogre permanently of usaa which had troubled me rbeuma several months These Tills are at once harmless and effectual and I believe would prove a specific in all cases of indolent jslf DR J M POYNTZ IinsUIAX AND BURGEON V CI I HE Smw Uea Drug Store fatrevt jtmeSfcf next to No could have served me In btter C C Bock Corner Avoyelles Parish La Nevada City vP-I have used Ayers PilU lor writes sixteen Rheumatism medicine nllnB G I W EVANS M D IIYNICIAN AND SUIGKON FIVE Keeomi street Cl years and I think they are the best Pills in the world We keep a box of them in toe ltouse all the time They liave cored me of sick lieadaclie and neuralgia Since taking Ayers PilU I have been free from these complaints Ayers Pills DRS TAYLOR I x 1 ASHE ner l Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY jIFICE Seeowd streetvr Dvke jfMtt ir Store MAIN STREBT xt Door l Txowh Up Stair tleiuv at Willi Hnttae I have derived great benefit from Five years ago X was taken so ill with rheumatism that I was unable to do any work I took three boxes of Ayers PilU and was entirely cured Since that time I am never without a box of these ntlU Peter Chrietensen Sherwood Wis BY Ayers Cathartic Pills r BBrABRD Dr J C Ayer Co LoweH Mass Sold by all Sealers in Medicine DR JOHN M FOSTER I N 11 43 c22tf DR PHIL ROBERTS Ofl rs lii t in druc 4nr mi Inner Main dHy8R ly S r it KiiliiiMl Kv r ill f irwftMitMl Hfrviee lo tlif rwrt f VVw r l j DR Oilc 1 U- - C AMBROSE IHRD ICY MmssammH 5 Danger x or j it KTS u F WavjMHj nii e2lf Hi e lmurw 2 t 4 woiock l the af-- ef Life mTiij HclXcr 6c6JucL RtrcuLA rsRCo v VRcaiicuo 18 10 T SBXSMLTH 51 D PHYSICIAN A2TD SURGEON W s 1 WHITK HALL KY las professional services I Ik atu to the r iTHAT FISHT 21 A Sun toons Lhrcr Medicine Etpl COUIt DEfkAT J IP The Origira Wins C F Simmors St Loum rropr J V Cokkbmsok HEATH k CORNSLISON Practicing Physician liOIJlWU HZcibn Propr VtiSimmoiw Lir jKef uLitor Estd ty Zulu 1868 M S L Si 2ias for 47 years cured Indigestion Bilioisness UYSPErSIAXC llIADACKFLOiT 11 HMOND KENTUCICY ol r lieir prcatuti atonal service In thv ililie Sjanly 1 DR O GILES HARRIS WACO to juie KY rt hit pfttfenatonal t eryir JH4if ArrETtTs Sour bTOMACH Etc I net j n Keamt 1 astorH K iCburch Adams lean write4 iuubk 1 snojld nave been dead bat lor your Oeaiune M A Sim mont Liter Mediciue I have sometunss had to asbstttirte Zeilin ttuH for your Medi cine but it dont answer the purpose Dr R Grmwc Icditni- Tl BMist Mem nhis- - Tmh I received a package of 5 our Liver Medicine and have used half of it It workslike a charm I want no better Liver Regulator and cer Â¬ tainly no more of Zciuas mixture T an - DR S M LETCHER 49 40 PHYSICIAN AND SUROEOX RICHMOND KENTUCKY Olh e 011 Fifte Slfert jaHly HW BRIGHT M D RICHMOND KY extilMM Ui PHYSICIAN wul SURGEON Wi cV DiUR Store Hpifial attetitiott giveti to Mfcroae ii iiil Cltettttaal ocinitatiMi8 of ami fluhhi of Die Human body OFFICE Second threat JJ uietf DR C S HOLTON Homrapathic Pfcysieiaa znt SwrfMa Richmovr Kkxtccky StTl f O 4 1 iP i Main Street over D M Brights lio rs 830 to iim A M to e M The Popular Xine between I im isT imi in ii 2o e Cincinnati Indianapolis and pnul attention riven to n an J all disc of LAFAYETTE I iVit dificuk chronic Ctrl Ik Estin 7rto Ul T8MCCH KHiMt Osafs at a distance and m pathic medicinei aent to anjr ad PaUsuis Sleeping Cars and Elegant Ko eliniaa Chair Cars on Right Trains maTt6 iy SCasnifioent Parlor Cars on Day Train a gX2uiK DR H R GIBSON uU treated SOXiZP Pr z it i it ioner in Medicine Surgery BETWEEN C njQ red house inr DR T J FAIN Lou Cincinnati and St Bis Foaris BaMmy Tb the C L 8t L rallman TWflet Sleeping Cars rnllmin Redinin Chair Cars New Flrst Class Coaches Second Class Coaches and Becggase Cars all run throaeh wHlisut change between Cincinnati and St TomTii V sad Yasdalia Line UNION CITY ICY Ofl rs liH jtrofert4oal trvtoea to tli Offie at loweirs tstorB I utlc 1J Clogant Reclining Choir Cars BETWBBjr -- T J MARL IN V S Ontario Vetefitwtry Oollegf VETERINARY SURGKON at Kocs StaUe RHHMOND - - ICENIUCKY OHi e IKLL4C nd I B W Sbart Line Reclining Chair Cars CommodiousBETWEEN hdiaucKs Ftm Ills ul Shl m C TT K Kdn C and T T itCliIcaro St Loolg snd Trerla dee and Ira medixte cenneetteni are made Tilth all Lines to aad fram the orthwwt West aad SenthTfMt Cincinnati and Peoria HI THVIA E- j C I Kt- -L Via SHELDON j TURNER PARRISH Attorneys At Law RICHMOND H - IlrfiiThttUa4EgijfstttitiilirrieifiirifiU Ca he obtaleed at any Ticket Offtce C L St L U Ry also via this Hoc at all Coapos Ticket Oftces Ihreoajhoot the coaatry -JOHra ECANOonirrss and TkL Agent i und precious stone took place on May IS and 1 1 1885 when the famous col- Â¬ lection formed by the late Henry Phil Â¬ lip Hope and exhibited at the South Kensington Musaum for many years was sold at auction The Hope collec- Â¬ tion included the sapphire merveilleaux of Mme de Ganlis Tales of the Cas Â¬ tle the king of candys cats eye tho largest known haviaj a diameter of an inch and a haU the Mexican sun opal carved with the head of a Mexi Â¬ can son god and historically known since the sixteenth century an enor- Â¬ mous pearl tho largest known weigh in three ounces and two inches in length the aquamarine sword hilt made by Murat King of Kaples and also many curious diamonds sap- Â¬ phires emeralds and several hun-Â¬ dred unique and magnificent gems Such a collection should be preserved intact as a National possession In 1886 it was decided by the French As- Â¬ sembly that the crown jewels with tho exception of the famous Regent dia- Â¬ mond two of the mazarines and a few historic pieces reserved for the naÂ¬ tional museums should be sold at pub Â¬ lic auction These exceptions were made because it was feared that they would fall into the hands of the Amer- Â¬ icans The sale of this great historic collection took place in May 1887 The 48 parcels were subdivided into 146 lote and there were 68 buyers 12 of whom bought over 1000000 francs worth each The largest lot the great corsage which sold for 811000 francs was purchased by a single American firm the largest buyer in the sale The purchase of the firm amounted to 2250000 francs or about 34 per cent of the entire sum realized while as to quality the same firm obtained more than two thirds of the finest gems Among them were the three mazar Â¬ ines a pear shaped rose brilliant 24 27 32 weighing for carats 128000 pear shaped francs a white brilliant weighing 22 carats for 81000 francs a white brilliant weighing 28 7 16 carats for 155000 francs and an oval brilliant weigh- Â¬ ing IS 1 32 carats for 71000 francs or 435000 francs for the four All but one of their purchases were secured by private American customers The great interest attached to this sale was due not only to ths fact that many of the gems were of very fine quality but also to their historic associations The history of many of them oould be traced back several hundred years In its way this sale did more than any thing that had before occurred to es- Â¬ tablish a reputation abroad for Ameri- Â¬ can taste wealth and enterprise The collection of antique gems numbering 331 pieces formed by Ilev C W King of Trinity College England the greatest of all writers on engraved gems was sent to the United States This collection for sale in 1881 represents the keystone and the sum- Â¬ ming up of Mr Kings vast knowledge and none has ever been more thorough- Â¬ His numerous writings ly studied mark an epoch in the study of this branch of archaeology and only the loss of his sight led him to part svith his treasures The growing interest and taste in archaeological matters in the United States induced him to send it here to be sold intact In October 1881 through the friendly mediation of Mr Feuardent it was purchased and presented to the Metropolitan Museum of Art by Mr John Taylor Johnson then president of the museum where it has since reposed Near it will be placed the Somerville collection Mr Somerville a Virginian by birth and a gentleman of fortune and artistic tastes while spending the past thirty two years of his life in Europe Asia and Africa has collected cameos in- Â¬ taglios seals and other historical gems end as a result of his liberal expenditures of time and money he is to day the owner of one of the most unique and valuable collections of on num- Â¬ graven gems in the world bering over fifteen hundred spec- Â¬ Per- Â¬ imens Egyptian including Greek sian Gabyloniac Etruscan Roman Aztec and Mexican glyptic or jewel carving art All of these are represented by specimens of singular excelence affording us a pan- Â¬ oramic view of the achievements of Of civilized men in this direction greater antiquity and archaeologio value because representing a period before gems were cut in the form of intaglios is the collection of Rev W Hayes Ward consisting of three hun- dred Ilabylonian Persian and other Two hundred of these he cylinders himself collected in Babylon and ite vicinity and sold to the museum at a normal figure Since that time he has collected one hundred more cylinders Many of them date from 2500 B C to 300 B C and are cut in lapis lazuli agate oarnelian hematite chalcedony jasper sard etc N Y Prtst NATURAL GAS FORCE mentary display at tho famous Karg well an well This oould only be turned on for a few sec- Â¬ onds at a time for dt is in connection with the general system If tho gas is turned off the firos in houses and fac- Â¬ tories would go out and if it wore turned on again without notice the rooms would be full of gas and an ex Â¬ plosion follow an attempt to rolight it This danger is now being removed by the invention of an automatic valvo in the pipe supplying each fire which will close and lock when the flow of gas ceases and admit no more gas un- Â¬ til it is opened Tho ordinary pressure or house service is about two pcund3 to the square iticb The Karg well is on tho bank of the creok and tho discharge-pipe through which tho gae though not in its full foroe for was turned our astonish ovor tho water ment extends The roar was like that of Niagara all the town shakes when tho Karg is loose When lighted billows of flame rolled over the water brilliant in color and fantastic in form with o fury and rage of conflagration enough to striko I have the spectator with terror never seen any othor display of natural foroe so impressive as this When this flame issues from an upright pipe the great mass of fire rises eighty feet into the air leaping and twisting in fiend- Â¬ ish fury For six weeks after this well was first opened its constant roaring shook the nerves of tho town and by night its flaming torch lit up the With heaven and banished darkness the aid of this new agent any thing Charles Dudley War- Â¬ seems possible ner in Harpers Magazine ot Â¬ NATURES now an Army of Ants YVOrTDErTS Disposed of an Ex traordinary Largo Centipede Wo were traveling in that land of teeming prodigious life Central Amer lea and wore camped in a glade bot1 dering a grand old virgin forest SO marvolously rich in strange forms and colors of vegetable lifo that wo would have lingered long in this spot to ad Â¬ mire but that wo wero driven by a sudden shower to take shelter in a de- Â¬ serted shed or house loft probably by some planter who hod migrated to an Â¬ other spot a not unusual case There we sat for want of something better to do commenting and surmis- Â¬ ing when suddenly our attention was caught by some living thing as it ap- Â¬ peared to us issuing from a hole in the ground close up under tho wall midway between a crack in the wall and tho right hand corner In another minute it had boat upward and was taking tho direction up tho wall Out it came longer and longer We thought it would novor stop unfolding Was it a snake Every one started at the baro boats They furnish material for the most startling dramas and the most gorgeous romance But the era of the rail and the wire dawned and the whole world became plunged into a vortex of hurry Tho great river steamers began to decline in favor They became fewer year by year while the river craft developed into the most advantageous forms of freight carriers swift and powerful tugs and low lying barges To day at the wharves of New Orleans where forty years ago there might have been seen at any moment a hundred ef these great boats gleaming white as udossal swans on tho turbid river balconied latticed and pinnacled like an Eastern palace with a sooro of gay flags flut- Â¬ tering in tho breeze and tall black towers belching inky smoke and vex Â¬ ing the blue sky with their murky vapors there are now seldom moro than two or three In a short timd there will be none for they no longer seem to have a mission in the commerce Ar O Picaynne of the West thought N EV YORK FASHION S Hints nnil Suffc sUon on Tlieines Pleasant to the Fair Sox Pale olive fawn and mushroom tints are at present in high favor They are refined cool looking and adapted A stylish to almost any occasion dress is made of mushroom colored silk warp Henrietta cloth Tho dross called a Directoiro was cut in redingote fashion with superb bands of gold and silver passementerie running down each side of the front covering tho largo Directoire collar and forming tho en- Â¬ tire vest over which the garment opened The skirt was of pale mush room colored watered silk French mohair is in great use this season and many really elegant gowns are made of it for visiting traveling Moire silk is and the promenade almost exclusively its trimming and often there is moro of tho latter fabric in tho costume than ol Black alpaca and the mohair black moire arc also popular Dove gray mohair with a deeper shade of watered silk formed a stylish travel- Â¬ ing dress for a bride last week and another for like wear was mado of fawn colored mohair with skirt vest and mousquetaire cuffs of white moire d these almost covered with and white silk galloon A pretty toilet worn by a lady artist at a reception recently was mode ol cream colored broche crape The sleeves were very becoming to the wearer who is blessed with a super- Â¬ abundance of flesh for they wore made of a kind of network with linos of gold running down it This is a very good idea for those to whom nature has been overkind for the straight lines running from shoulder to wri6t take off a great deal of the look of too solid flesh without the aid of the sur-Â¬ geon Zephyr ginghams French muslins India lawns chainberys and dainty cambrics abound on every side This sounds very much like economy but the impression that fabrics that cost but little a yard tend to reduce expense is a fallacy of which we have all had convincing Simple cotton proofs dresses cost but a trifle at the shops but get them to the modistes leave her to garnish them pay her bill of double and sometimes triple tho cost of the simple cotton let the dress pass during the course of tho season through the laundresss hands and it will then be thoroughly proven that the inex- Â¬ pensive dress which truo to former traditions the mind still associates a washing dress is a delusion and a snare N Y roil fawn-colore- THE MODERN GREEKS A People with a High Reputation for Frugality and Temperance The Greeks are tho most frugal and temperate people of Europe Gluttony and drunkenness are rare vices among them Their diet is such as it was two thousand years ago They oat littlo meat barly bread goats cheese or black dried olives and wino mako up a bountiful repast Bread and wino or bread and leeks form many a mans dinner Our agoyiatis munched raw beans with evident relish as his lunch con Maize is cultivated in some parts of the country and is imported from Italy but I never saw it properly treated it is generally caton half cooked A large number of horbs are boiled as greens and used as salads Salt fish are prepared in somo districts Salt is a gov- Â¬ ernment monopoly and is very brown Olive oil serves as buttor cream lard and suet The food is generally too Honey is often oily for an American used as in anciont times instead of sugar Sweet milk is littlo used but many preparations of curds aro com- Â¬ mon curds and sugar yaurti aro made into a toothsome dish Thero are many varieties of Greek wine but almost all are strong and fiery and are tempered with water when they aro drank Wine costs only a trifle about nine cents per quart of oxcol ont quality but is seldom taken in ox- But tho Greeks are not without their Rice is much used with meat dainties gravy making an oxcolent pilaff Chopped meat is rolled into croquettes wrapped in young vine leavos and fried The best olives ore much richer and higher flavored than those sold in Rich sweetmeats are pro America pared from quinces and other fruit The offer of some sweetmeats is often among the first attentions paid to a guest A delightful drink is mode from the milk of the green almond The rose flavored lukumi is hardly equaled by any of our confeotionery In this connection perhaps I should mention the Greek tobacco which is cheap and mild and has a fine flavor 2 D Seyman in Bcribners Maga- Â¬ zine flioro is no crop producod by tho farmer which will pay bettor in the long run than a regular crop of hon Â¬ esty When purchasers loam that a sellers packages aro always filled with this rather rare article in trade sales willbe promut and profituble Wo watched it at a respectful dis Â¬ tance No it was a huge centipede fully eighteen inches long Tho wholo party were instantly on their feet to give it chase and knock it over when some one uttered a note of surprise and invited us to stop and examine its mode of progress I should explain that tho natural gait of this reptilo when in movement is serpentine its multitudinous legs rising and falling in quiek succession like a sories of small wavos very protty too look at when noar This creaturo did not seem to uso its legs at all but slid up the wall as if pulled by some invisible string Every one exclaimed with surprise but on closer inspection the riddle was solved Tho centipede was dead but was impelled up tho wall not by a string but by the serried ranks of thousands of little black ants fringing the sides which they shoved up by slanting their bodies as we ourselves should under tho circumstances also at tho head which they wero pulling and at tho tail which they wero pushing And all this with a unanimity of aim and action and nn intel- Â¬ ligence of the work they had under taken and all in such perfect and beautiful order that it won the ad- Â¬ miration of our wholo party No set of human beings could do it better They had already gained half way up tho hut On wont tho procession swift and smooth without a break or pause till thoy came to the crack in the wall Tho break hero measured a full inch in width thoy could not bridge it over They halted and I moved by the most intense curiosity mounted a stool to watch It was then I discovered that on tho back of tho dead reptile wero stationed somo half dozen loose ants running hither and thither in a stato of greatest agitation and excitement looking down on tho workers on this side and then on the opposite side then along tho body to the head back again to the tail and so on while one little follow not a whit different from the rest kept stationary on the ex tremest point of tho head Ho was evidently the captain and commander-in-chiand though not differing from the others in form and color as far as we could see yet no doubt was olected to tho position from his superior intel- Â¬ ligence The rent hore was so wide so im- Â¬ possible to get over that I fully ex- Â¬ pected they would have to give up their booty and let it fall to the ground But not a hairs breadth did they budge the stout hearted littlo creatures held on as immovable as a post this for some fraction of a minute Then at some sign of com- Â¬ mand invisible and uninteligible to us the whole procession moved backward that is downward for about the space of an inch Then came another halt and then again tho whole body recommenced their march upward only this time it took a sloping line parallel with tho crack in the wall evi- Â¬ dently aiming at tho place whore the ront dwindled away to nothing And they reached it too They crossed it they came to the top and we saw the body of the dead centipede bending over the highest point of the wall as it gradually disappeared under the raft Â¬ ers which supported the roof The whole sceno was an impressivo one for tho movement showed not only a skillful combination of forces of rare generalship on the part of tho commander worthy of a human hero but an obedience on tho part of the workers that might rival tho best drilled army in the world and we can not but recognize in those small creat- Â¬ ures an amount of intelligence which may rank on a par with many nations and people which wo call human Golden Days ef DOWN THE MISSISSIPPI KY cxttcnmaTiQ lal attention given to atotraeJlng n s to land 111 BHsterH Kwitweky Oftii e in Climax building K CrnerMala mm oeeiHid Ktreete up - Charles Dmitry Warner Describes Its Aw Â¬ ful Display of Power ana janeSi tf -- Attorney at 1 E T BURNAM FA A XaaTrsr ur R jutte 22 tt CorantafGial Ocvuplca 3 Large Balls niCHMOKD ICBNTDCKYr mi on 01 FICE withC Firt Street GsllegacTofrZYi and 7 IZooui Attorney at CS J A SULLIVAN locrto iw rrirrKirr or RICHMOND KENTUCKY hrtJiasd Wrltln Tetecrarhr Bariat OFFICE in First atreet same as Cheapest Bnt Busintis CoHage in the WotU all fisM lorux rlv oocuMed by County Jwlse Illchest llonar iUm for St stem or Ctaer Oollres as WoW Kd Jlitinru HHtnUiiK MtM ly Miilrr yWlT an1 GTiri Jtl the past year SoarfrlOOBWiiiUtiU In Xaaiir MfJlt POWELL Att opney A RICHMOND KY Office on Second Street JJ at Isa Kr SS tf In Madfeoii counties ami in the Court of Appeal Office in Muster Ooaimiarifruws dice over Circuit Qrk orteu ill Ikaw Attorney atami adjoining practice june 22 J REED 10009 as assiss and For gn Cooutrtes fi u Tn tpr nrinioyea TraaliirsTM U Bw Bniik keeping Coarn- aV Baalnea Thaslll n AMAn tlj Pe TiunM7 Ooromefclal - Joint Ktocfc Man 13wTaIrt aMKlH 7 ercantils ssrsMir Blacturlillt LCt t-- r A rCit oi Fall BasincM nd Eoart OontSe InetndiB T in a aloe familr twi S0 evxhorr liaml retprrilTrpr WTitrstxead coir h takast alo ie or v itli ttif rtitt sr ijeea Hsl ssrrsBiene tor sjaucm mm VrlaMual E nnoV i vrMTAK S v Hab nMnl at -- Tnri- tle by n tnbitirr an si foteJ of rallroacs OnCr Tit r r r -r r an i atea a Oneat d Hic - F tMdaM rplraplv rrtT 9 18 Ta-iiio- a- VILBUE - a aa E tf 8 W S MOBERLEY nriititlPriil7rU asiKSSLidSiIt HJ lfcr ar sanriar t asiuias EC w XnMrfRaB eUI sa oraaah fefunoaa Jrxar Sot br mall all IsrV vronea har iwae-- j Attorney at 3Lsaw RICHMOND KY and First streets up fitairs over Ramseys Office corner Main 1- Ufa ef HEMrWAW IEEC8ER Ms Uf frn bw UrjH to hH to UJeititL eJv caath ftiosbs DOlar tTVIOX KOrtR to UroollljTi KIStatiuu aplJ 6m i pnapri4 Kl1 - Although the wells about Findlay are under control the tubing is anchored and the awful foroe is held under by gates and levers of steel it is impossi- Â¬ ble to escape a feeling of awe in this region at the subterranean energies which seem adequate to blow the whole country heavenward Some of the wells were opened for ns Opening a well is unscrewing the service pipe and letting the full force of the gas issue from the pipo at the mouth of the well When one of these wells is thus opened the whole town is aware of it by the roaring and the quaking of the air The first one exhibited was in a field a mile and a half from the city At the first freedom from the screws and clamps the gas rushed out in such density than it was visible Although we stood several rods from it the roar was so great that one could not make himself heard shouting in the ear of his neighbor The geologist stuffed cotton in his ears and tied a shawl about his head and assisted by the chemist stood close to the pipe tc measure the flow The chemist who had not taken the precaution to protect himself was quite deaf for some time A four inch after the experiment pipe about sixty feet in length was then screwed on and the gas ignited as it ibstiod from the end on the ground The oaring was as before For several feet from the end of the tube there was no flame but beyond was a sea of fire sweeping the ground and rioting high in the air billows of red and yellow and blue flame fierce and hot enough to consume every thing within reach It was an awful display of power We had a like though only anio- - Tho destruction of tho splendid river steamer Edward J Gay by fire could furnish to the historian of steam boating on the Western waters a mournful episode to close the annals of a most brilliant and remarkable period The era of steam-boatin- g in navigation on the Mississippi river was em Â¬ braced in throe quartors of a century In that time the slow going craft modeled upon the plan of the anciont Ohio river arks devel Â¬ oped into the magnificent and majestic floating palaces of which the Gay was one of tho last representatives Lifo on board those splendid and olaborately furnished steamers was in tho days before railways gridironed tho continent tho realization of Ori- Â¬ ental luxury Nobody was in a hurry and the lordly planters and wealthy who merchants traveled with thoir families on thoso great ships which navigated the mighty Father of Waters contrasted with the rude and uncouth wilderness upon its bonks and with the negro slaves who also mode up a large proportion of the car- Â¬ goes of these floating palaces assisted to form a strange and remarkable panorama of life in tho heart of the new world There were hundreds of those great vessels all vying with one another to present the most attractive features of On one of these comfort and luxury boats might be found assembled but not always associated the most dis- Â¬ tinguished and celebrated men the and accomplished most beautiful women the most daring pioneers tho most -- deaparate adventurers with a due sprinkling of commonplace perÂ¬ sons Sometimes scenos of delightful festivity desperate gambling wild origies of debauch and bloody crime ive taken plage qq one of these Reminiscences of the Steam IIoatlnsr Days that Are Oono Forever clever 1 get the material for auah a dress as I am thinking of and get a girl of good figure to try it upon I stand her up in the middle of the floor and stiok in pins and pull out pin and try this effect and that effect and somo other effect for may be three hours at a time Its tiresome work but I al- Â¬ ways feel repaid if it ends by being a love of a gown Ive dressed a thou- Â¬ sand women I say when I get you done you duck of a pretty dear Sometimes it wont come to suit me and then I lie awake half the night and plan how I shall compel it to be the confection I want in the morning When I get it I sketch it and color it and write directions for cutting the pattern for it without a minutes delay Ive designed some hundreds of dresses and Ive seen them walking about on hundreds of women I always feel bad if they dont tako good care of my dresses too I want to run up to a shabby one or a dusty one and say You poor thing they dont treat you well do they I do flick a speck or two off or stroke a breadth sympa- Â¬ LAVNS AND GROUNDS thetically if I happen to sit next to one now to Make the Surroundings of Tarm of my gowns a misused one on a street N Y Letter car lfouses Attractive If any class of people should havo years ago on August 5 pleasant grounds and surroundings it 1858Thirty flashed under the waves of thero is the farming class yet it is a lament- Â¬ the Atlantic from Newfoundland to able fact that few farmers have their Ireland tho Srst unbroken current ol homes ornamented with tasty lawns electricity and yards The farmer persists in declaring that TALMAGE3 INCOME he is a poor overworked man and that such things are not for poor hard How the Famous Brooklyn Preacher Can wbrking people If the farmers can Make Both Ends Meet not have these things who can Talmages income is large and ho When you remove these things from has probably turned his reputation in- Â¬ your reach what is there left to mako to larger substantial gain than any moral life attractive It is to gain public man of the day His salary as these that the mechanic leaves his pastor of tho Tabernacle is twelve bench and the merchant his store and thousand dollars por year while his yet the farmer born and bred to tho lecturing receipts are fully twico that business counts them beyond his reach amount As ho is the most popular or perhaps as valueless if acquired lecturer in tho country his services It is more a matter of indifference on are everywhere sought and he can the part of the farmer than a mattor afford to ask high prices For the ex- Â¬ of cost And how a man can be so clusive control of his sermons in ad-Â¬ unappreciative has always been a mat-Â¬ vance of the regular publication as ter of wonderment reported upon thoir delivery he re- Â¬ The farmer has to work hard to ceives from a New York firm a yearly make a bare living and keep out of amount nearly as large as his salary debt in many cases but as this is not As editor of a popular monthly a question of cash outlay and as it ho receives five thousand dollars adds to the permanent value of hi while his marriage foes runs as as farm wo see no reason why he should high two hundred and not give tho subject a little attention fifty dollars for a single ceremony When a man feels an interest in any His Friday ovonlng lectures are also little work of improvement about the syndicated to a large number of pa Â¬ farm he always finds now and then an pers and for this ho gets a regular stipond Then he has a royalty on his odd hour to prosecute it Many and many a time have wo seen published books and receives very the wife and daughter out in the yard large sums fordoing odd literary work trying with her weak unaccustomed whenever he has tho time Offers of hand to spade up a little pieco of this kind come to him by every maiL ground for a flower bed while tho Only recently ho declined an offer of father and groat hulking boys sat one hundred and fitty dollars per week smoking and looking on from tho for a regular newspaper letter on cur- Â¬ porch No wonder that farmers aro rent topics Talmages expenses are called coarse and boorish when they of course large His family livo and dross well he hi3 a son at college and aro indifferent to the beauties of life How quickly the mother and daugh- Â¬ a daughter of a marriageable age ter would supplement tho work of the and must meet many of the thousand sterner sex if they could only be start Â¬ and one domands that aro made upon ed in that line The heavy work that a public man Ho carrier an insur- Â¬ must accompany the establishment of ance on his lifo of over sevonty Cvo a lawn and flower gnrdon can not bo thousand dollars and the premiums done by tho weak hands of thn women on these alone is a considerable sum Nevertheless having a shrewd folk Now it is a hard matter to lay out and careful wife ho is onablcd to lay and start a good lawn A piece of by several thousands of dollars each ground that is in fit condition to pro-Â¬ year and were Talmage to die to- Â¬ day his family would be more than duce a good crop of garden vegetation comfortably fixed for the rest of their will make a good lawn bed This means that it must be well lives He is thoroughly devoted to drained deep mellow and rich As iiis I family and it is mainly for them the ground about the house should al Â¬ in their future oase and happiness ways be well drained this part of tho iu this world that he is working so in work should not properly be charged dustrioiwiy Talmage may bo full of eccen- Â¬ to the lawn Deed plowing and culti- Â¬ vation until the surface soil is fine to tricities lie may be misjudged by the depth of at least three or four thousands but of the sincerity of his inches are next requisites In addi Â¬ motives there is no donbt in the tion to the well rotted barnyard ma- Â¬ minds of thoso who are privileged to nures worked into the soil in this proc- Â¬ see him in his private life and who Â¬ ess of cultivation a few bushels of thus know him as be is lis is generbone dust and lime to the acre should ous to the extreme open hearted and always ready to do a kind act for a bo sown and harrowed into the sur-Â¬ Edward Irving in Albany friend face This serves as permanent ma- Â¬ Arqns nure the offect of which will bo felt for years A piece of ground treated The average weight of mons as above described will seldom suffer from drought It will maintain a vel hearts says the Medical iVettw is 11 vety green sod when ordinary meadow ouncos each and of womens only 9 ounces Thus when they give aad land is completely dried out As to the grass seed sown the lawn take or exchange hearts man is the being equal Mans there is quite a field for choice Thero loser quality weighs 49 ounces and is a mixture of various grass seeds averago brnn 41 The averago weight of known in the trade as lawn grass seed womans grass is excelent for tho both lungs is for men 45 ounces and June or bluo women 32 ounces Garfiolds right lawn many preferring that alone for lung weighed 32 and the left 27 ounces Whatever kind is sown a good gener- Â¬ making 59 ounces of lungs or 11 ous amount should be applied If it is ounces in excess of tho avorage lightly seeded not much of a sod will be formed the first year and the weeds Two independent littlo maiden will have a good chance to work in a At least two bushels to an acre should ladies who livo on to farm down in build a fenco be sown on the lawn That amount of Georgia determined on good rich soil will throw up abont their grounds and secured a lot seed for a thick green mat in early summer of rails camethat purpose Unknown at night parties the It should bo sown just a evenly as pos Â¬ rails which lay near at gathered up tho hand built for nothing looks worse than an sible ience by the light of tho moon and unevon gross bed on a lawn left the occupants of the farm in bliss- Â¬ If there are any sharp contours in ful ignorance as to who hadpsrforraod lawn surface thoy should be lev- Â¬ the kind tho act eled off before seeding A dead level is not desirablo yet there should bo Remarkable Longevity no sharp hummocks to mar tho sur- Â¬ A wonderful family the late mem- Â¬ in Western face W D Boynton bers of which would seem to havo dis Â¬ Plowman covered tho elixir vital or some means AN INTRICATE TASK at least of considerably rivaling Mo AKeir York Drcxs Designer Chats About thusoleh has just been brought to tho the Secrets of Her Art notice of the public by a statistician One of the successful dress designers who makes centenarians and longevity of tho city is a woman not yet thirty his special branch of social science It She was telling me some days ago how appears that the seat of this remarka- Â¬ her work is done She supplies a large ble family was at Tarbes In the deÂ¬ number of the fashion sketches issued partment of the Hautes Pyrenees with tho fashion sheet of a big pattern where its last survivor Joseph Ritas house and she earns sixty fivo dollars has departed this life at tho comforta- Â¬ a week at her trade It is some- Â¬ ble ago of 118 years Ritas was born thing she began that only a few in Spain on August 21 1770 His women and not half a dozen men can father lived to the age of 111 years do Thero are the ladies tailors of and his brother died a few years ago course but they repeat thomselves in at tho age of 114 The mother and Outsido paternal undo of Ritas was equally essentially the same designs of tailor work practically all the new long lived having far outstepped tho dross designs gotten up in the city allotted span of ordinary mortals aro from sketches made by women It Neither his wife however nor any of is very seldom that a man tries his his children survive him He did not hand at it who does not fail For me marry in fact until he attained tho I often walk tho streets till I gat my age of 50 London Telegraph idea In an honr on Broadway or Fifth The Victim of Conscience avenue I cach a hint from the draw Â¬ ing of a skirt that suggests something am In terror sighed poor Mrs I to me or I sae a combination Goodmother every time I hear the of colors or novel use of some fabric bell ring I know Ill hear something that sets my mind working in a new dreadful about Jack Im sure hes direction Then I go home and make been into some awful mischief What a wash drawLi It may not embouy makes you think so asked her hus- Â¬ any thing that I have seen or it may band Oh he came directly home take hints from twenty different cos- Â¬ from school this afternoon sat down tumes To be fit for use as a pattern and studied his lessons for to morrow supplement it must be original it must for nearly two hours and has been be up with the times but not too far as good ns an angel ever since ahead of prevailing ideas and it must Dear dear what has that boy been be practicable that is it must be such up to 1 would like to know Bar that an ordinary dressmaker or a womÂ¬ detU an with a knack for cutting her own She John what te a coastwise gowns can reproduce It without too Hs Oae that knows much trouble If I am sure I am on steamer the right track and want to bo certain how to fccop off the rocks darlingr of turning outsomqthing especially PfMfc EVERY DAY A BARGAIN DAY AT U I Stags Louisville Store Last month we promised you to make the month serve as August by giving you prices that are usually made in August We will now do better by making every day a BARGAIN DAY AND CUT PEICES ALL TO PIECES 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 of any description that the prices are away down TItt7 y UrUUUfc want Diy ront forget if J0U Goods description that the prices are away down niliTi lliijlllllg want Clothing of any Dont forset if yu Boots and Shoes JJJJJ Â¬ if you want Boots and Shoes of any description that the prices are away down Dont forget it you want Hats 0 of any description that th ca prices are away down Dont forget if you want anything at aL that is usually kept in a first class store that I have it and at prices that arc down down down J STRENG- Store Mammoth LouisyiIIs - 4 WW a P He Clothier AT McKEES OLD STAND Oor First and Main Streets Richmond Ky iLJLLp 6EHTS JL Jl2 IBJO-GOODS TRUNKS VALISES HATS CAPS FURNISHING Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats c Handkerchiefs Hosiery Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men A variety of Gloves 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 W IB WHXTE aprlStf mstaaaSk Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Shingles Laths Mouldings Konggii may j Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky tf and Dressed Lumber B H MYBBS TO Ff gM egS- - jr- - 2r u i plans are to be abandoned and an en Â¬ fever sufferers nt Jacksonville Local Produce Harkets Road horses trotters and runner and cattle the property of J B Wallace tirely new piau substituted The cost forwarded New York exchange to the Mr Chlun Mr Sherley and Mr ltiliy iHiml In nnv inuriuor desired I have CORRECTSD WEEKLY SV COVINGTON GROCERS MAIN DRO ARNOLD terrupted by bursts of applause of the new building is to be limited to amount of 10450 to the Courier-Journsold at prides ranging from 26 to 190 just recsiVed an extra lot of fuUryear PIBLISHXB EVERY WEDNESDAY 3THEET RICHMOND KY to be lorwartied there in currency an average of 76 per bead Mr Wal- Â¬ old secohd Erdwth timber for repairing especially whenever the hame of four milKen dollars in addition to the kifeirMONU Ky Oct 2 1888 BY THE All work guar an old officer was mentioned Col amount already expended Thsboit Furls News lace says the speculative value of Jer- Â¬ all kinds of wagons bad lowest prices Shop Beef Cattle Butcher- gone and that they is Co W C 1 Brckinridge then arose of the building with it been constructed Peter Cider was Bhot and killed by seysonly entirely now for their practi Â¬ anteedofat the verydrug store 45Jgc Hogs In accordance the original plans brought back Brookss and delivered an eulogy on Gen Sugar Cured Hams WmStepbeos of Bath county at Pe are milking qualities Respectfully William Preston Bacon Hams Country Col Bfealtfn would have ezceeded ten million dol- Â¬ lersvlllei near acstsrn taUge ol Fleming cal I RENCH TIPTON Curfid S L M1DKIFF 8febly Ewtors ridges address occupied more than lars Wm Corbett a wealthy Californiati WH G WHITB J 20I5C Butter uniut No little excitement was occaWbned county Moudrfy night The Killing an hour in delivery and was no- Â¬ grewoutof a controversy about a wom- Â¬ bought eight head of fine trotting f1 5 I 753 00 Sanus Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ Chickens table for its flow of eloquence on Wednesday last by the announce- an in Bath Couuty last week After stock in and around Lexington Among tism or money refunded Price 75c at ET2 PKICE TSU YEAR 150 His tribute Gem ment that 85c Jo Preston was t covered on glaring frauds had been dis- - slaying his victim Stephens robbed the lot was Prospect May by George Whites Drug Store Second street Wheat S5 -- 52 Flour the part of the contractors by near Garnett House 5Wilkes with a illly foal by her side 210 aud a pistol W EDNKSDAY t888 j most beautiful and characterized in charge of OCTOBER Corn per barrel the new acqueduot tunnel him of by the Irascendanl imagery for Dictator the mare being also iu foal 504960c per ioo lbs Mrs John Stokes died at Rudd ells which Throat or Hay til 5o6o which the oUvor tounged orator is during has been under coUhtruotion Mills Bourbon county on to that horse The price for the two TNrvvO v triflo Disease Ifyouhavo Oats in sheaf penoo lbs JUV3VV Lung the 22nd the past six years and Lard famous It was entirely im hasoostthe Government severalwhieiiÂ¬ aged 03 years Mrs Stokes was a was 16000 E L Simmons sold her a Cough or Cold or tho children are Tallow milpromptu and was listened to with lion of dollars This tunnel is several member of the Howard family noted Mr Corbett also bought of Percy Tal threatened with Croup oVhooplng Cough Beeswax close attention by the large assem miles in length and was designed to be Tor their height Of the family of ll bott the celebrated brood mare Alma use Ackers English Remedy and prevent Feathers io40 further trouble It is a positive cure Meal 839oc blage Tlie remains of Col Moss used to supply the city with water not nue wa under six feet and her Mater by Maulbrluo Patcllen dam of and wo guarantee It Price 10 and 60a FOE FKBMDBKT 50c Oats per bushel were interred in the Capital ceme- Â¬ from the upper Potoniaci It vas ex Â¬ brother John Howard was six feet four in the thirty list Price 5000 15 Sold by W G White Prescription Orchard Grass TROVER CLEVELAND 3 tery of this Beleaguered City of pected that the work would be com Â¬ eleven aud one half Inches nud Eli German Millet Copt T D English reports the sale Druggist 252 5 2 753 Timothy Secdj F SOT YOBK the Hills all the veterans march- Â¬ pleted timing the next year An in- Â¬ six feet aud six and one half inches ot J 0 Banford deed September 25 6 oo6 go Music Clover seed ing to the grave and participating vestigation is now in progress and it well attended The farm containing sheaf Mrs Lizzie Hay of Texas deserves a Mrs S F Lail an experienced Oats in blue grass seed 25G acres was purchasad by John M in the burial The eulogy on Col has been found that the work of lining chromo The Lone Highwayman Choice FBK VICE rRBSIDBNT teacher desires pupils in Piano Study Red top eeed SiAi 00 of Bell county at 45 per acre Moss was delivered at the opera the tunnel bos been so poorly done that as lie was known attempted to enter Conant ALLAN G THURMAN 1 25 Sweet Potatoes house by Col John M Caldwell of most it not nil of the masonry will ber house for the purpose of robbery Live stock etc brought fair prices The latest method taught Terms Irish Potatoes 607 sc Music room at D R For moderate OF OHIO Also the Sale of John D Carpenter have to be pulled down nud the walls Monday night aud she let him have the Ninth Kentucky 7- it September 1 1883 An elegant recipition was ten- Â¬ rebuilt This will necessitate at least a with a needle gun killing him instantly deed in Lincoln ou the 27th lurgely mans after w -m BEPORT STOOS MARKET dered tlie Brigade by Gov and years extra work ami a loss to the He lias been a terror to the State as a attended witli fuir to good prices W H Kelley will build you a good LIVE By LOPER DATER CO POKOONORHS6 throughout the sale Cattle 360 to Mrs Buckner at the executive Government ofseveral hundred thou Â¬ robber aud murderer and had repeat- Â¬ any mau in town Ll fl Stock Commission Merchants at Clncln JAMBS B MoOKEARY 100 house cheaper than 100 to 150 mules mansion that evening which last- Â¬ sand dollars edly goue through stage loads of men 510 horses uatl Union HtooK l nras aua wovingion mar7 tf OF XAOISON 140 52 shares of stock in the Hus Stock Yards The people of Washington continue slnglehanded and got oil with their to ed until 11 oclock tonvllle National Bank 125 to 12750 to respond liberally to thecull for assist valuables Sliort Time Only Cincinnati Ohio Oct i 1SS8 per share SO shares in the National aDce from the fever stricken cities in BRECKINRIDGE All persons indebted to J J Brooks A SURE WIXNBK SHIPPING CATTLE Young Banford of Danville has lost Bank or Stanford 145 to 14750 Ag- Â¬ the South Committees representing prior to 1888 will please cohib and settle 5 00 4 75 of business have been ap Â¬ his eye A companion threw a potato gregate of the sale estimated at about by note er cash at once All clulms nut Good to Extra Tlie speech delivered at the onurU all branch Fair to Good 4S 4 75 MoCreary is mm of lite most lttuee - Breckin- Â¬ pointed and the city is being thorough- Â¬ at him which hit him squarely on the 30000 Danville Advocate Tuesday nlgtit by Coland 3 25 promptly will 3 75 saaotous poltictiing in Kentucky ridge was a masterly and convincing ly canvassed Benator Call on Friday eje ball The stroke never caused J M Hall sold toM F Elkin4 head settled of a collector be placed iu10- tlie CommonExtra Rough Oxen Good to 4 50 4 25 hands aed wUat he dont know about effort Even the hemp growers were last introduced a Joint resolution in him any serious paiu but opticians Fair to Good Oxerl 3 00 4 00 ot butcher stuff at 2 Farmers arc 2 75 2 00 Common and Rough is hsrdiy convinced that his position on tlie the Stnate authorizing the President to tell him that the eye is hopelessly de Â¬ maaftgMg a canvas 10 cents lug from 8 BUTCHER CATTLE worth knowing He will smother question is Iwth correct snii statesman- Â¬ call upon the Academy of Science to stroyed A pbysiciau however says paj cutting corn to Wakefieldper shock for and Lee the best ootSt fce lite of that SOO Republican like A very able Republican remark- Â¬ convene at as early a dtiy as practicable the optic nerve is only paralized and sola to Johu Gill of Garrard 50 year- Â¬ is warranted is because it Itis will posi Â¬ Good toto Extra Blood Preparation known Good Fair 50 majority lot hie opponent be ed the next day that the speech was by to examine into and reKrt upon all that the chances are tliut he will see ling heifers at 3 euro all Blcod Diseases purifies the Extra Fat Steers D N Prewitt has tively again Lexington Transcript whole system and thoroughly builds up the Fair to Good Steers whom he war IlasseJlville Iler far the clearest and strongest he had methods that shall be submitted to 75 engaged for June delivery 300 lambs constitution Remember we guarantee it Good to Extra Cows 00 ahL Benedict Dorsey a bachelor of rather from various parties in this couuty at Sold by W G ever heard on the tarifl question ami them for the cure prevention aud White Prescription Fair to Good Cows 50 of yellow fever An appro- Â¬ dissipated life 35 years old from Scott Or cents that if the data given is reliable ought D N Prewitt shipped Common Cows 75 WLE SELF SACRIFICE priation of 100000 is made to defray county blew out the gas iu his room from his place to Cincinnati two car Druggist oo to convioce even ItepuWieaus Nor Rough Cows and Oxen II at the Ashland House at n lute hour loads of hogs for which he paid 5 and Advice to Mothers did lie deny the truth of the data Riven the expenses of the convention BULLS Mn WnreLOTia Soormso SxBUPahonldalvari A case of noble self sacrifice is but by a way ofl yonder look confess Thursday night and was found dead in 5t cents Reports of a short turkey tie used when children ore catting tetth It re 2 75 Best Shipping 3 00 tint of Dr L T Eddy of Grayson ed both judgement and conviction his lied Friday forenoon He was the crop come from all parts of the State lieTestheUUlesaflsreratooce itprodnces natural 2 Co Best Bologna 2 40 NEWS PARAGRAPHS quiet sleep and the Uttle cherub amices as bright Cm Kj who gave hie life for the Hundred 2 25 2 00 Fair Bologna son of wealthy parents and di posed and that with Thanksgiving day grow- Â¬ 09 a button of the beat Republicans in It is very pleasant to taste It eoothes the childsofttnt the eruns allays all pain 2 25 2 00 Fair to Good Feeders relief of the yellow fever sufferers the district will vote for him on per Â¬ The will of W G Meier the deceased to high living all his life He once ing apace is the Two Lincoln county regulates tho bowels andarisingbest known remedr 1 75 1 25 Common and Thin from teething or wi Jacksonville Fla Just three sonal grounds if not for the sake of tobacco man of Louisville disposes of a traveled in Europe and to see all the hordes ran 4th at Louisville Tuesday for dianhcsa whether other causes Twenty Ore cents a bottle FEEDERS AND STOCKERS weeks ago when an appeal for their convictions Lexington OLserv million of dollar phases of life drove a street car in G A Lackeys Santa Cruz and Scott 65 Good Extra Steers 4 25 3 75 help was made he responded and er London for several mouths Lexing- Â¬ Farris Doc Dillion Stanford Journal Fair to Good Steers 3 25 Miltou Weston the millionaire con- Â¬ 3 50 HARVEST EXCURSIONS left hie practice and home and ton Observer Heifers 2 75 Good to Extra 2 25 STATE CONTENTION OF THE W C T U vict has been pardoned by Gov Beav- Â¬ The Courier Journal notes that Sat- Â¬ Common and Thin Stockers 2 00 2 25 went to relieve hie afflicted fever er of Pennsylvania There was a balloon ascension at the urday last Joe Denunzio paid J L COWS AND CALVES To Minnesota Dakota Montana creaturoe For several days lie Centerville Fair near Three Rivers 35 oo40 00 has been ill of the fever and on The State Convention of the Wom Â¬ Mrs Eva Gately a wealty widow Michigan one day last week Among Holtzcluw of that vicinage 476 for For the information of all parties de Best Grades 20 00830 00 Friday last he died a noble exam ans Clirit tian Temperaitce Union met and her two children were killed at a the crowd of spectators was an old man 240 bushels of peaches Iu the lust ten siring to take a trip through Northern Fair to Good 12 ooi8 00 in Glasgow Tuesday Sept- - 26 days he has paid him 750 and bis cur Minnesota Dakota or Montana for Common ple of philanthropy and willing- - eontiuued its serious three dajs aud railroad crossing near Versailles Ky 6 00 Best Veal Calves 5 75 who as the balloon rose became entan- Â¬ rent payments are averaging 100 per The the purpose of looking over the country Fair to Good Mrs Wm E Murphy was found gled in the ropes and was carried up 5 00 5 50 10 perioral any amy annual address of the President Mr dii This noble peach the most beau- Â¬ or with 20 4 00 the idea of selecting a new Common and Heavy dead on her husbands grave at Kan- feet foremost He clung to the ropes Anna M Bain of Lexington was tiful aud luscious that ever came to this HOGS TMI XBHKBES Fill END home within tho boundaries of the Â¬ fully equal to any of her previous ef sas City Mo She had taken chloro- for his life and fiually by the aid of or probably any other city of the uni- Â¬ 6 40 grandest wheat belt in the world and Select Butchers form the fcronaut who was above him on verse weighs three quarters of a pound c 90 Good Packers Judge Thurman received a del Â¬ erts but when she closed by announcau agricultural country suitable for Fair to Extra Lights Good to 0 2x ing her decision The remains of S3 Confederates who the trapeze lie got straightened and to a full pound Mr Holizciaw began egation of colored voters at Colum a shadow fell on to resign her position fell at Chickamaugaliave diversified farming dairy and stock Light Pigs 5 75 many hearts been removed made the descent safely The balloon their cultivation eight yeur3 ago and purposes tlie St Paul Minneapolis bos a few days ago In the coarse SPRING LAMBS Most of the State Superintendents to Frankfort to sleep in the soil of their went up about 1000 feet his orchard now includes nine acres Manitoba Ry will put in effect a rate Extra- 5 25A of his remarks lie said that he had were present and gave reports of the TheBurgin Association has turned under the magnificent Henrietta divi- for the rouud trip from St Paul to Common to Good 3 75 erer owned a slave that his work done iu their various depart Â¬ native State father had never owned one that ments Much good work has been The Indiana campaign is a hummer its toes to the daisies They have ded between the line bordoring Jeffer- Â¬ points on its line cheaper than ever be- Â¬ and Bullitt counties There are fore Aug 21st Sept 11th and Oct the playmate of his childhood was done during the past year by these nn Twelve thou aud speeches a weeK and sold out lock stock and barrel to the son trees to the acre three to four bush- Â¬ 9th and 23d tickets will be sold from CEHTRL UNIVERSITY a little quiet missionary work on Sun- Â¬ Mercer Grain Coal Company of this 100 a negro boy that the attachment selfisli and devoted women whose city The Association was composed els to the tree and their splendid fruits all points south and east of St Paul day is the aveiage lor this youth had extended until work being without remuneration is of Jno L Cassell Jos Nichols and D is iu quiok demand at 2 50 to 3 per For maps and information apply to MissICittie Finley eldest daughter N Rue at maniiood it embraces the wliole indeed a tabor of love The purchasers are repre- Â¬ bushel How much is that per acre THE NEXT SESSION WILI OPEN your home ticket agent to any agent colored race that lie had never With great unanimity they adopted of Judge H F Finley Republican can- Â¬ sented by Dr Tabler Geo Bohon H About 4G0 assembled at Jno Turners of the company or for a bill iaimical to their a strong set of reeoulutlous expressing didate for Congress was buried at Wil C Williams Jesse Cogar voted and C B farm ou Wednesday last to attend the F I Whitney 12 Wcdiicsdav iwUsretfs and in brief that he regret at the resignation of Mrs Bain liamsbuig Monday Sullivan the consideration received sale of his stock farm implements etc Geul Paw and Tkt Agt j had been the negros friend all his condemning with no uucertaiu sound A monument to the Confederate was 12000 The property was the Bidding was slow and the entire day 11- St Paul Minn life tlie action o tlie last Legislature in dead was unveiled at Staunton Va Tlie Preparatory Departmbnt is elevator c located at Burgiu Dan- Â¬ was taken up but in the main the miller the supervision of the Faculty refusing to act upon the petition of Monday Gov Lee aud Gens Early ville Advocate 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure and no wins will be spared to make goods offered brought fair prices In MW TH VOTE thousands of tlie best citizens asking aud Bosser delivered addresses The ninth bank of Lexington effect- stock 20 head of feeding steers two Chicken Cholera nnd other diseases this that a county local option low should Mrs Leaa Selireiner of Chicago was ed its organization last week known years old averaged between 1000 and among fowls I will refund the money Young men we have another be enacted because the saloon keepers pointer for you Dr Baker of of Louisville were opposed to the meas- sentenced to teu years in the peniten- as the Phceuix National Bunk with 1100 sold at 40 30 per head a young In every case where tho remedy fails W G White nil that can be desired Our aim is to tibelbjrville voted for Gen Jack- Â¬ ure pledging themselves to work tiary for pouring kerosene over a a capital stock of 150000 The fol- Alderney oow 2550 Alderney bull Prescription Druggist prepare boys for College and at the 1625 drunken husband and then making a lowing gentlemen were elected direc- Â¬ calf 2825 Alderney heifer son in 1S32 and ha6 been voting against the forming of the tobacco 2d St near Garnett House mar2Stf time give a thorough practical educa- Â¬ tors W H Jassell Sheriff Bogers thoroughbred cows aud calves from 28 for Democratic candidates ever habit among the young and to work bon rireuf him tion to those who can not take the reg- Â¬ M G Thompson Judge Z Gibbons to 45 common cows with calves 25 course Special attention will be since Consequence Never was for a single standard of purity for boiii Lewis Davis taken to St Louis six A and reliable Medicineaarothe best ular sick in his life except once wlien men and women but when a very months ago to prevent him from lieing Prof Wilbur It Smith of the Ken- Â¬ to 30 thoroughbred yearling bull vVvv to depend upon Ackers Blood ElÂ¬ given to Writing Composition Book Keeping and Civil Engiueering 21 he caught the yellow fever down mild resolution was i ra ented askioir lynched for murder was hung by a tucky University Col R E Edmon 2 2160 cows without calves 400 to11 30 ixir has been prescribed for years for all im Attention is culled to the following hogs total weight about 60 puritiesoftheBlood IneveryformofScrof son J Hull Davidson G D Wilgus at Natchez one summer and even that tlie ladies Hudy the question of mob at Cuba Mo when lie was and Smith Gentry Air pa- Â¬ ot each 8 pigs averaged about 60 pounds ulous Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases it is communication from one of ourcom- Â¬ W H CasOman fcuflrage iu its relation to the brought hack for trial the that had about as little power to invaluable For Rheumatism has no equal trons a prominent citizen sell and ex Sherill Waller Rhodes are 4 each one barrel of vinegar sold munity Mr Burnum states clearly W G White Prescription Druggist harm him as the viper had to temperance esitt e there as an excited Felix Trainer a man about 40 years are the prospective President and for 4 25 ohickens 17 cents each tlie methods pursued aud the character flutter of opinions The resolution was of age harm St 1aul has his natural sent to jail in Baltimore ou the cashier respectively of the bank of work done in this department of the 100 rockaway road cart Sollers Donelsou uses the best material that University teeth hears about as well as a overwhelmingly voted down iu the charge of cruelty to his motherless chil- Â¬ 32 corn iu scliock SI 321 make young man has uncommonly committee but the mover of the reso Â¬ dren jumped from the fourth tier of A strapping big woman as she passed er shock 16 hills square hemp the market affords and the best work- Â¬ Richmond Ky June iSth iSSS good eye sight for one of his age lution claimed the right of an Ameri Â¬ cells and dashed his brains out as he the registry clerk at Castle Garden in stack 1750 per acre hemp iu men He puts up none but the best can citiaen and presented n minority ought to New York the other day lifted upon Buggies carriages etc made Dr L H BLANTON work is straight as an Indian and spry report to have done 10 per acre one the Convention the counter what appeared to be u field not cut Chancellor of Central University to order Call on him apr4 tf enough to danee has been a sucyearling colt by Allegro duin by Big Dr W M Pratt President of the small boy with a beard upou hi3 face One of the most beautiful things of fall I My Dear cessful medical practitioner and Dan 100 yearling filly by Allegro School Books at Whites Drug Store started my oldest son then in his twelfth Board of Trustees of Georgetown Col He name as Hansen Wester- is still feeling too young to retire the Convention occurred Tuesday eve- Â¬ lege has given S6000 to the college gardgave hissaid dam by Big Dan 125 colt by Slm- - 2nd St near Garnett House tf year with some misgivings as to tlie wis- Â¬ ning The Gla gow the woman but goes night or day rain or the children to singladies had drilled the interest of which is to be appro- wife and were passengers was his mous he by old George Wilkes 300 dom of the step to the Preparatory Depart- Â¬ They some of Anna ou the Used one bottle of Mothers Friend ment of your college and during the shine when called and is now Gordons marching Miigs and mare by Big Dan in foal to Mock priated to tlie laboratory of the scien- steamship Island from Copenhugan Â¬ the litsecond year which has just closed my It is a special and critical attention has been con Chief 180 yearling by Kentuckian before my first confinement encouraging and lielping tlie tle things iu large numbers marched tific department Westergard weighs 67 pounds his 70 colt by Allegro dam wonderful remedy Looked and felt so Shelby Democrats to organize and aud couuter marehed thro the long S D Gooeh Â¬ the arrived from Central wife 190 aud a daughter 110 pounds Edwiu Forest mare 17250 colt 2 well afterwards friends remarked it stantly directed to wishconduct of that de partment and I to bear voluntary show a solid front to the enemy aisles singing as they went and carry Â¬ Kentucky last Saturday with 185 con Â¬ Two sous each six feet tall are farm Would not be without Mothers Friend testimony that lie has received careful 125 filly Young citizens you see 1kw it is ing banners and baskets of flowers victs for his ers iu the west aud their father will i ear old by Markham patient and thorough instructions from construction camp by Monte Cristo out of Dii- - for any consideration Start right and fortune will fsvor Just before they left they kept time to Cumberland Valley extension on the purchase a farm near them Welcome those in charge and has made gratifying which Mbs Jos B Andekson mare 137 a John Dlllard mare lard progress not alone in the studies pursued you especially il you slay right their musie by throwing little boquets will give him a working force of SOO Tidings Ochoopee Ga out also in mental framing and capacity in foal to Mock Chief 166 50 work You eant vote for Andrew Jack Â¬ promiscuously through the entire bauds Pineville Messenger Tlie Lexingtou Press says The case mares 100 5050 30 horses 04 Write the Brudtleid Reg Co Atlanta for application son but Cleveland is the Andrew audience Each bouquet had a Seript The system pursued in the department 13 16 Mrs Susan Jones died near Old of the Jatonia Association against 65 Household furniture sold at ouu Georgia is one mat trams the pupil to think reason Jackson of his party now and you ure text attached to it Union BourUm county on the 25th J Hull Davidson as surety for C W Hiding prices Some artioles belling the- Children Mm TereUlu Wallace of Indiana They are es logic illy and remember Observation can vote for him Owea Demo impressed with the conviction Ieetured Tuesday a model Y con She was probably the oldest person iu White came up yesterday In the low others bringing full value Tie S3AVrj podally liable to sudden has few personsmc even professional in- Â¬ crat or of Common Pleas White was sale was mode on a credit of 6 months Colds Coughs Croup Whooping Cough that ducted by Mrs Leeeli of Louisville the county having lieen born iu Jan- Â¬ Court We guarantee Ackers English structors have the aptitude to impress etc uary 3 1781 Her son Garrett Jones lessee of the pooling privileges at without interest negotiable paper CaXGRBSSlOXAL eeeupied Wednesday night and Mrs Remedy a positive cure It saves these educational characteristics upon the is still living at the age of seventy five Jjotonia for 15S7 and the contract re- Â¬ Jessamine Journal You have been Sold by minds ot young boys hours of anxious watching IWe Merriwether of Tenuesee spoke quired that he should pay S1760 a day fortunate in securing instructors for this W G White Prescription Druggist The Little Red Hog made in her iaimitabie way Tuesday eve- Â¬ years department who are gifted in this respect every afternoon of the meeting He The boiler ofF W Browns saw into soap grease by the paragraph ning DIED and I earnestly hope that their services missed some days during the fall meet may be secured premanently to the young Every day as the hands of the clock mill at Point Mountain W Va exbdow from the Stanford Journal ing and on October 13th gave Judge dovs Grass Seel Fof Sale grade01 this community and that the high Mrs Muttie Samuel at her home in i the Republican candidate for pointed to the hour of twelvethe noon Â¬ ploded killing Wm Brown manager Perkins one of the stewards a of proficiency that now obtains in check this county Thursday September 27th of tlie mill and a win of the owner Congress The Journal says tide hour of prayer was oberved mis department may continue lor 6000 50 in cash payable October The eleetiou of officers resulted as and AVin Kuabenshu a mill hand 18th On I am very truly yours The Little Red Hog and the Soptember 22nd Mrs M J Moody October 19th the check Eight hundred bushels of Blue Grass AR BURNAM coons had it all to themselves at follows President Mrs Lucy A The latter was blown sixty feet reached Fayette National Bank and aged 42 years The deceased was the Seed that will sprout for sale at 50 ESFFor further information and itie court house Monday night NieW of Altamont Corresponding By a premature blast on the Ken- was dishonored there being no money wife of T J Moody aud a daughter of cents per bushel cash No foreign Cataloguo apply to Secretary Mrs Nannie MunueU of tucky Midland Railroad seed with it Am over a dozen il that many near Stamp Â¬ White having gone to join tlie just iu James M Cornelisou She leaves a L H BLANTON CASSIUS M CLAY Louisville Recording Secretary Mrs ing Ground on Wednesday 5- v Jutes were present and our in last a Mr Cauada Hence the suit against Da- Â¬ bereaved husband and seven devoted Chancellor 16 19 Ky 1888 White Hall iuimant says lie never witnessed Mitchell of Madisonville Treasurer Hurdee a contractor on the road had vidson who claims that he was releas children to mourn her loss Sixteen - ii u a monkey and parrot time Mrs Bryan of Millefoburg both eyes badly injured and was badly ed from the contract by the fault of years ago she gave her heart to God Tii speaker relerred to himself After the Convention adjourned the burned about tlie faee and head the plaintiff in not makiug a daily and united with tlie Baptist church 0S AGENTS WANTED majority -collection of their dues and in default of which church she continued to be a eeral times as the Little Red a visit to of those iu attendance made Georgetown Times Mammoth Cave which ad Uog and once ventured the asA Nebraska farmer named John notifyiug Davidson and also by ac- Â¬ consistuut member until her death ded pleas ure to the profit they had just sertion that he would root out received Baker while threshing wheat was cepting the check from White paya She was highly esteemed by those with THREE GREAT NEW BOOKS Mbs L M Dodge the Democratic party lock stock accidentally out iu the hand by a boy be at a future day without explana- Â¬ whom she was associated The funer ON SALARY OR COMMISSION al was preached by Rev Mr Lawson and barrel His remarks were Iu a fit of fury he fed the boy into the tion -AT THE CAPITAL ANI 30 days allowed agents to deliver books Tlie jury were unable to in the new Pilot Knob church His Lateh entirely devoted to abase of his machine feet first killing him and Best no cash or experience necessary tCorrospondonce Cijmax1 for this Baker was promptly lynched agree ou a verdjel and the case was remarks were from the text of Job 14th terms free See local notice betters and an alleged discussion postponed with the heading hung chapter and tenth versa So large Washington 1 C Oct 1st 18S3 by his fellow workmen ol the tariff which wa6 Greek to DAN L1NA1IAN PUBLISHING CO was the crowd of sorrowing friends jnry most of bis hearers but they St Louis Mo 4U1 and Washington Ave It lias always been thought that the At Marshal 111 Rev Johu Holston Is prepared to do au Kinds of that tho church was unable to contain 16 20 diJat fail to ejaculate often at presence of Congress has acted as a ueu aged 42 years and Matilda Piersou them and many were compelled to lie wrong time BUILDING AND CONTRACT Thank God for eral stimulant to the business interest aged 80 were married The groom is CONCERNING FARMERS remain outside The mournful sobs of of Washington that Bless Jesus Tills popular impres of medium height and weighs 150 c At the bereaved family brought tears to WORK At the public sale of Jerseys at Lx thateyes many unclusioii of the exhortation all sion however has beeu rudely shaken pounds while the bride is nearly six tln of sympathizing friends by the present long drawn out session feet tall weighs 350 wounds and has a iuglon by Sberley Middletou Lynn the congregation crowded up to AT THE MOST we should weep not for our loss is Wallace Cliinn and Black 46 auimate But give the speaker the right hand of Congress and it is au absolute faet son older tbau her husband her eternal gain Just three weeks were sold at an average of 70 ol iellowrfiip after the order of that for weeks past it has been duller ago she was called to give up her in- Â¬ Notwithstanding heavy purchases of here than during any former period some churches on receiving an It is better to sow rye early and fant daughter four months old Little bonds by the Treasury Department applicant to membership Geo Tlie general outeide nubile appears to during the present month there Is stfll gwze It down before the ground is did she think that she would follow W Gentry the colored Demos take no Interest whatever in the doings an excess in receipts over expenditures ciotcd by frost than to sow it so late her darling baby so soon Will furnish drawings plans and The Lord thenes indulged in a few excited at the Capitol and the hotels are near- Â¬ since the first ins l of 16000000 The that no start can be made before No Â¬ glveth and the Lord taketh nway specifications at any time ly empty remarks and the meeting adjourn- Â¬ responsible How far Congress may be surplus as stated by the Treasurer lii vember blessed be the name of the Lord We for this state of things it h Office at his residence on HaJlie ed to the street where the colored his last report is SI 07225000 Feed at Lexington is quoted as fol should always lie prepared to meet contingent proceeded to parade of course impossible to conjecture but Ku KIux attacked the Irvine Street death for becomes like a thief in the lows Corn 8 a barrel timothy hay the impression house of gaining ground headed by drum and fife and among the businessis men that business Hale uear Pjkeville Teun aud Budd 514 a ton mixed hay 12 a ton clov- Â¬ night when we are not expecting him TtineM tf suc hallooing for Hallion and Morion would improve if the session were to ceeded in forelng an entrauee er hay 10 a ton oats 11 a ton Dear children wipe your leara away Hule and follow your mothers example Not a sincle white man annoarad end aue the business community I is and his family retreated up stalrs Two straw 6 a ton and try to meet her for ehe can not with them which plainly indicates praying to be delivered from Coneres of the party while attempting to scale The present tobacco crop in Central Four good rooms on First street up that while they are willing to use The sindry eivtl bill has been dually a ladder reaching to the second story Kentucky is the largest ever planted come back to you God has promised stairs suitable for offices or bed rooms to take care of all who put their tni3t tliam for their purpose they are d is nosed or and but end of the appro Â¬ were hit wRIi an ax and fatally injured both in acreage and size Yet it is Apply to G W Wilms in Him To the dear husband lean yet ashamed to appear in ranks bation Wild yet remains to be noted Mks Ida O Flynn a school prove one of the most upon the Lord He can heal your toaoher leared it will with them hikhi Daring the past two or three at Walton Ind whipped an unruly inferior crops ever raised Puria News broken heart and he alone can Ilalf Fare Excursions weeks there has been far less than a boy named Ruth The boys mother Tlie beet time to sow timothy seed Is A FlHBND On September 11th and 35thOctober quorum present in the Howe aud the took up THE 0BPHAX HRIQADE the row and proouring a club in the full and It usually succeeds well 9th and 23rd theC I St L C-- By only business traDsaoted lias been by went to the school Ten Cents bouse aud made an sown with or rather alter a seeding Kankakee Line will sail tickets to Thq few members attaek on Miss Fly The seventh reunion f the Or-Â¬ eommon consent mi beating her se with winter grain If the soil has been Will get a first clans shave at the GarÂ¬ various points In Iowa Nabraska phan Brigade was held at Frank that remain are rapidly disappearing verely about tlie faee and neck properly prepared for a seed bed for the nett House Barber Shop Clean tow- Â¬ Wyoming Arkansas New Mexico ion last Thursday Tlie attend Â¬ and it is expeeted that the House will Libby prison lias been sold at auc grain the grass seed will be am ply oov els and siiarp razors are plentiful Indian Territory Dakota Colorado ance was larger than at any very eoou jMtwaii adjournment resolu Â¬ tion for 11000 Dr D D BramWe None but first class workinmen are Montana and Texas at one fare for the of ereu by the nr t rain meeting tine 18C7 including not tion and the members will co home iMcinnati being the purcuaaer employed round trip Tickets will be good re-Â¬ It D C Terhune last Fiidjiy bought 20 satisfaction isGive us a trial Entire and leave the Senate atone Jo its glory otily veteran Confederates ol the 16- guaranteed was sold last February to a Chicago yearling mules of W 8 turning within thirty dnys from date Vauardl Orphan Brigade but also a nura Of course it will be neceneary that a party who at the proper time failed for 1693 ot sale Stop over will be nl lowed 5 of J members remain in order bur of Morgans men and o other few the appearance f bwlneswto kern to uinke the piymeutB Dr Bramble 79 each and Saiurdiiy A Hugueiy at Suffesers from the effeota of quinine j within tho final limit of liektts at any up On he bought of 5 with as a remedy for chills and fevtr commands The address of wel the mutual understanding point lo tlie territory to which reduced no at Dr Bramble as only bought it as an C V Haguely at 8269 each nnd 2 that should try Acers Ague Cure This come was delivered by Hon Ira tempt snail be rates are made mule cults at 50 per head aud 13 others aatnally trans investment preparation fe a ptivwurfqolu wholly Julian and was responded to by act Imeiaeee madlo ChJI on op address rest tiofct Yesterday morning W P Chambers of varioos panics at 4260 to 90 perl vegetable I Gen Joseph Lewis ia a brief and and without a particle of any C I St L C Ry or Work Is about to be resumed unon and D C Parrish spent an hour in head Danville Advocate iKixioua drug Warranted a sure cure pointed speech Mr Julian s ad- - the new library building but the old J taking up a eoUeoioo John Euan for the yeilaj 15- At Lexington the 48 head of Jenwy It 12 19 Gp T A Cinci nnati O THE CLIMAX Climax Printing dross was very eloquent and propriate and was frequently ap- Â¬ in- Â¬ al 33Kc -- ij Â¬ j 253 LARGEST STOCK OE Democratic Ticket i5oc Â¬ CLOTHIHG Hats and Furnishing Goods ifc oot mm We can not give you a in Bichmond house and lot or a gold watch and chain with every Suit or Hat as we dont ask you that extra profit but guarantee to give you more and better ot Clothing Hats Furnishing Goods con- Â¬ sup-pres-i- than you ever got before for same money Owing to backward spring we have cluded to -- Â¬ CUT DOWI OUR STOCK which is larger than ever and in order to do so we will almost sell them at Â¬ Â¬ Your Own Price COME AND SEE THE Â¬ LASGrEST STOCK NEWEST TYiLES LOWEST PRICES the oldest Clothing House in Eichmond ever named for samj quality of goods at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Madison County School Â¬ J my2 tf B STOUPPER f Eiest Street GENTRY CO I Â¬ Â¬ SHACKELFORD Â¬ Â¬ UocerLt Tlie Largest Hardware Iron and Agricul Â¬ tural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Richmond 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 Urge stock of BUILDERS HARDWARF all kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MAI RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all goods in other lines tha handle Special attention given to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts c for TcLr Barns We are the agents for the mast celebrated Â¬ CLro 3 - Â¬ Farming Implements and Machinery The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitcfca or dairy The Farmer can find all he wants under our roof Machinery Trace cua r Homes Hay forks Shovels c The Carpenter and Builder can find all he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the oly compMte stock of Nails and Wagon Material in the town We of course cant enumerate alt the goods we handle botak all to corre a J see for themselves the stock of goods we keep in ow 127 foot store ho The w find -- Â¬ te THBEE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with oar hasinecs and only employ most competent workmen Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic himself w give special attention to all work done m that line ROOFING GUTTERING R PAIRING C as he has done in the past Our long experience in our business enables us to be wM up in it in the wa markets and buying our goods strictly for cash enables us to hay at the bottom and that benefit we give to our customers Dont forget that you can alwavs find lowest prices and the best goods at the old reliable notice of SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO- - Â¬ Â¬ B B WALLACE mch2i tf OBITR 1GT OR We Want 40 Y qui cents To send us Fie Carriages for one of our Â¬ DI1TSLLI 00 Reasonable Rates Â¬ 6 in WBEHGHES IigUt Handy and Strong wm Outwear and last two Ordinary Wresckes AsEiXBicn HM Out- Â¬ Household S D Â¬ FOR RKZffT This set consists of Bocewood Itoodte and tear aterctMneeaMe blades 2 screw drivers and Jefeisek atUax same ail pasted la a neat wood Mxs Tbtstoolts coastaaUj- oseful everywhere nrtwsd the bouse at the office tn the shop oa thearm Seat tree on receipt ef 60 Set KEaTUCICY CARRIAGE apr4 m WORKS mm sisters for tbem tf lie han not got them he wffl get them for you or we wfll amd ekiwr on receipt of priee asaoorfc Snvl ttamn for our ilUu4rutci cata- - Ask Your Local Dealer ELLEICE Plntsvinc CO Conn JOHN DONJSLSON Proprietor tf m m mmmwmmmmmwmmmmmmmtmmmummmmmmmwmmmm1 Contractor and Builder 61 31 Â¬ Â¬ sdimui s cd wit The BTJYEBSOtrrDBta issuea 2aren anq Sept t eah TOnr Tt f a a Iclopedia of useful infor-r muion icr au wco pur Â¬ chase the luxuries or the can clothe you and foralsh yonwith uw necessary ana unneceraary appliances to ridewjOk daoee steep cat flsh hunt work go to eharoh or stay at hoae and various styles and manUties laJnst figureiaes out to do all these things JiSJii8 COMFORTABLY and you can maie a fair tho BirSSSS SHf ot tho ahie ofbe sent upon QTJTD whloh wui l0 cants VTZKJ Br fge Is prepared wkh ait exp1eoced hands to do all kinds of IkmisC and repairing Give him sc call set o bu v Z raar7tf MEAT CUTTER Ciimitod nd v BHWHaayt 8 j MM r8liI aim MMOCMi KFG 3PK4I WM- ni MlEO J II15 CO - 17 MONTGOMERY WARD A CO U1 1U SHcMgaa U Sk Avenue Chisseo 111 School Books at White and St near Garnett Hout Dm -j- m aBBBHBBBaaaaiB aaWaaa Haaaaaaar g --- jtrrpgrr M -- r m- MMaawBBBaHBaaaaaMtt t JaMedn vj taefflflaMafcrfMlfcwlKBaKl- iiiiiW ltiJJalMtfctefTIMBaMfWMMttllTBSaM JWMs iltl 1ftlirnilVlMMWTInMffilMaBi1lfi BvBaBaaVBaaaaaHBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal rgpar hsCLor2L Spots f on Piper jwf fllE CLIMAX N SisteS Susie S won the race for four year Ida rotb4estriaght heats at Nashville last week A 1Y v OCTOBER 3 3ES Russell has 36 pupils Soj bushel of Mae gfMs a xti amgoftbe Laloiiia jadhay oay test haiurday It wfll coaMiiHSj a day - hbck Bs Mhncheater in CUy yon JP weeV 1- McajgD deed RiJe B Shackelford and Dan Poml be to Richmond M- - county one 7 1 miles in FHtosB Sale p t i in Richmond has rccnimd x ease seno ipecac cnasjgn it ir car old child 1 1 Capt Z K Bnh reports that the sale of F MsPBto on Paint Lick on Friday 5ptabjBr at had a fair attendance Democratic elector for tin a District spoke at Hie nn p Monday to a large crcwi sasM Com MWds en Newbjr Harrison cosmry last r mules 34 apiece awd mi atJ5 Star rthafd gaotknnd farmtne inwleraents The hone stock mmmon old ow Cattle was fair veariiiwe r SiS per bead forward steer aW lrom t8M to S22 ner IwaH aort yearling berfcrs sold fromi6 to ig r head one milch cow aS m PaMie Speaking lion Jantcs B McCreary Deraocrattc nominee or Congress in tlte 8th Congressional District of Kentucky will speak at the following times nnd places Tay- fkjrsville Saturday Oct 6h Shelbyrille picnday Slh Ml ISnen Tuesday eth Christlansbarg Voin4sday ictli Lawrcncebur TflarsdRyj liUt galvisa Friday liUt HarrodsbUrg Saturday 13th Danville Monday i5th Nicholasville 16th Tuesda Stanford Wednesday tlh Houstonville Thursday 18th Ricb roond Saturday 20th Lancaster Mon Â¬ day 22d Mt Vernon Tuesdaj 23d London Wednesday McKee 24th Thursday 25th Booneville Friday 26th Annvillc Saturday 27th East Bcrnstadt Monday 29th Speaking will begin at I p m each day Time will be divided with other candidates for Congress Â¬ MrrJ II Seak lbe editor of UjeSuOBy Smith are sson to wed MaysSllIe Dem crat Hon W T Tevls delightfully enter Â¬ tained a number of friends at supper Friday night at Joe Mackeys Ih hollor of Judge I R Morton an army comrade of Cbl Tevis and of Judge Denny a class mate of Col Teviss brother Some of the grub wis extra wet some was extra dry some of the guest was that way too It was all as nice as pie Mr Reuben F Offutt left last night for Washington City where he wjll spend a few day before leaving for Europe He will sail from New York on Oct 3d He was acompanir d to Washington and New York by li mother Mrs W N Oflutt and grandmother Mrs Mary Ford Mr Offutt expects to travel for a year He will spend the winter in Italy and go to Egypt and Palestine in the Spring Georgetown Times 26th Hon James B McCreary who ha done as much hard and successful work as any man and has been at his post as faithful as any member during this long tedious and memorable session of ten months will start for Kentucky early next week He opens his campaign at Taylorsville October 6th and will speak right along for four weeks cleaning up the districts as he proceeds and closing with a yell from the mountain boys Washington Correspondent Louisville Times MATRIMONIAL The Lexington Gazette has the fallowing wedding announcements Mis DunMer Gibson daughter of Col Hart Qilison and a Mr Foster of St Paul Minn have announced their engagement The marriage of Mr Tln McDowell aud MIm Mary Goodlue is set for Novemlicr 8 Â¬ RELIGIOUS Elder C P Williamson is holding a protracted meeting in Nicholasville Bev Harry Henderson will conduct the prayer meeting to night at the Methodist church The Louisville Conference of the Methodist Episcopal church South convenes at Lebanon to day with Bishop McTyelr of Nashville presid Â¬ ing A protracted meeting will begin at Providence church next Sunday at 11 a m The pastor will he aeisted by Bev Mr Spates of Jessamine county All Invited The Largest and Most Complete Line of Clothing B ver Sho wn in Richmond We have just returned from the market where we have ho light goods at sueli LOW PRICES that we can sell you the hest Suit or Overcoat or anything in our line at i m Jerrj- - Todd of Speedwell was indicted F White cooiaiaing few ttmes by the grand jury one for to go i com bafettce in t rtd last Saturday to Wis eenceated deadly weapons one for breach of peace one for attack made on Mrs A p ji f OO J Tribble near town and one for assault c iiens Geo W Tawjtim and on Dr Foster xIt seems thit Todd left y t Forwod Floyd F Damon town under the influence of liquor and W G Lewis and entered the houie of Mrs Tribble Dr i t Galney wood - iA Foster heard an uproar as he was passintr and whea he went in to see what it meant Moody of Kingston was Todd drew his pistol on him Todd was er last week and is in a lodged in jail and is now awaking his d tion He is a mtfl eighty trial for the four indictments probably recover Ceart Day Mreng has had a gas jot Thore was a tremendous crowd in town pattow of fire It is a sort of on Monday county court day A large 3 J a pilljw of cloud by day number of cattle mules and horses were Cohing-Strcig-Dr- y Goods exhibited and many changed hands We Arnold and Sam Death- - are indebted to Capt 2 E Bash for the report J from a trip on their bicy--wl- le following 250 cattle on the and essewberc They acarket 150 changed hands at from 250 3 5 Ver hundred and a general good 15 pairs of oxen sold at 60 to 100 65 mule colts sold at head extra ones 35 J 75 y l V Tailor has been re MMtinated 9 7er Ps good broke mules at 85 to sold at v Vtorney at Great Fatts Mon- plug horses sold at 6 to 15 to 175 - a brother of Dr TJ Taylor x a few good horses sold at 140 to id of Mr Win 75- o Jolm s 11 1 Far Jndfetments PiJJJISJllJlggMlilL T EVER BOUGHT THEM AT DEFORL fp Excursion tickets to Cincinnati will at the extraordinary low rate of about one cent per mile for all trains ar- Â¬ riving in that city on October 2nd and 4th from stations- - of the Queen and Crescent route between Walton Ky and Daytor Tenn both inclusive These tlcketi will be good to return with Â¬ in three days from date of sale A good program has been arranged for Thursday October 4U1 at the Centennial Exposition n honor of the Knights of Pythias PAIST LICK The K C will sell round trip tickets to the Latonia Races Covington for 4 75 Hogs high worth S3 00 per hundred good returning October 13 Round trip Corn Is heavy and good worth SI 50 tickets to Exposition for 390 including admission tickets good five days on sale in the Held until October 27th Round trip tickets to Cutting nud hanging tobacco Is all the Republican rally at Berea October the go these pretty days 6th for 55 cents Health in this community is unus- Â¬ ually good scarcely any fever or flux be sold Hume Stockton 1 son-in-la- w - Susie S Entered for a 2000 Purse Campbell ws an attract re A wonderful amount of interest is un Couuty Conrt dar He was manifested towards the coming trots to z- - iJr suit a la evening dress be held at the Fair Grounds from October dim voice nowed m ftjU 8th to 12th A race was arranged yester- Â¬ jto Brinkler day that wfll greatly increase the already intense interest feltHoU for Richmond and dec- - will contend for a - Three famous horses 2000 purse on the 12th r AYmcheslcr What is poor They are Prince Wilkes 214 Rosa - rung doing Wake up laod Wilkes 214 and the wonderful locrat Susie S 2 iS The ttn v oodei ing that parterres well known Prince horses entered are Wilkes being the of Madison county greatest of that name and famous from He has trotted with ie speaking and rally at Maine to California itirUay There win be a Patron Clingeton Guy Wilkes Belle and procession by chtbs in Hamlin and al the great horses of the country Rosalind Wilkes is a very great and speeches from Gen Susie S the a Col A M Swope and mare wonder is in inkndid fix and improving all the iiradVy in the afternoon time She will give the Prince all lte il it a mechanical genins wants you may be sure This is an op Â¬ several little tricks he portunity that very few people in Lexing jicd his power by waking a toniantl surrounding towns will neglect I h ing a pair of hand carin on Lexington Prest 1 conntv Vn four-year-o- ld itrj 1 -- r - had been lost and soved the dintcuny bjr dlcnt into play Estfll coun lie key t oening Mr Park Gregory iiiE Climax office and had is printed announcing a - ladies silver watdt lost last ins sster on the streets of - William Coats found t turned it to Tni Climax i cd the reward i ie b formerly of this county honorableand responsible ecretary of Stale League of k Cubs of Kehraoka whit at Omaha Me writes to m that Deapecraey is not dead j but that they are thoroughly and will perhaps elect a Dento- -C Mior r imiiiittees appointed to solicit on for the jreUow fetec snner- Cnal report e the following day 1st ward f6J8o snd ward 3rd ward not heard from 4th Dr J M Pojrntz commit- 5895 Christian church Lapwt chores i Total - it to Coarier Jonmal yesterday The Drestti Trial The case of the Commonwealth against Ballard Bronston for killing Gilbert Dudley consumed several days in the Circuit Court last week The evidence was all taken by Thursday evening and he case was argued Friday Hon W B Smith and Hon John Bennett led off in arguing for the defense They both made able and elqouent speeches Judge George K Denny Jr of Lexington fol- Â¬ lowed in behalf of the prosecution He made a very telling and vigorous speech which was listened to by an immense crowd Mr Rollins Burnam followed for the defense County Attorney Jerry A Sullivan closed the argument wkh a vigorous appeal for justice The case was given to the Jury Friday night and Saturday they reported that they could not aeree on a verdict The Jurv stood nine for acquittal one for five years in the penitentiary one for ten years in the penitentiary and one for hanging The particular of this caseSre too well known to the readers of The CLimax to re- Â¬ quire any lengthy statement of the case Bronstons bail was set at 7000 Ed Hume of Silver Creek and Miss Nettie Stockton of thi place were united in marriage yesterday at high noon at the home of the brides mother on Main street The ceremony was pro- Â¬ nounced by Reverend E H Burnam an uncle of the groom The attendants were Messrs Tut Burnam and Walter Bennett The bride was attired in an elegant white faile silk trimmed in point lace en train with bridal veil and natural flowers and a handsome set of pearl ornaments The couple stood on a beautiful angora rug while the ceremony was being performed The parlor was very handsomely decorat ed with natural flowers and a halo of beautywas given to the scene by the numerous candclabras which were placed about the room An elaborate dinner was served and participated in by the bridal pirty and invited gncsts Only a few friends and relatives were invited The presents were very numerous and elegant The Climax extends to the happy couple its best wishes and that joy and prosperity may attend them through life They left on the afternoon train for St Louis will return to Richmond via Chicago They will make their home at the Hume man sion Silver Creek Â¬ Mr Is very feeble In We offer One Hundred Dollars re- Â¬ Wheat threshln g has nearly closed ward for auy case of Catarrh that can A great deal lias been injured in the not be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Cure stack from the late rains D G Slaughter lias removed back from Dripping Springs to Paint Lick He is gnitig to commence work on bis new store honee in a short lime PERKINS Mrs Nancy Hartou a very old lady her 91th year in this vicinity Dr Joseph Wright Cox the well known Elder In the Church of the Dis- Â¬ ciples died at his home in this city at an early hour Thursday morning of bronchial consumption aged CTyoars Dr Cox was by nature one of the most gifted men in the State an able writer a clear and cogeut debater and a man of the broadest aud most liberal sympathies He was a brother of the late Lender M Cox the brilliant Represen- Â¬ tative in Congress from the ninth District during the Twenty ninth Congress He leaves a wife and five children but no estate A few hours before his death he called a mem ler of his family to him and said that in dying the only thing of his life that he regretted was that he hud nothing to leave his family but his good name Â¬ Our aim is to sell you goodsat prices that will give you full satisfaction for what you pay for same Our stock embraces All the Latent Stylg m LXITB Buitig5 vareeats cc C 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 A BEAUTIFUL F HATS9 CAPS HOWS THIS I A Complete Line of Furnishing Goods IN ALL QUALITIES COLOES AND SHADES do O Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inacting directly upon the Mood ternal and mucus surfHces of the system Price 75 els per bottle Sold by J J 10 20 Brooks F J CHENEY CO Proprs Tole- Â¬ Â¬ PERSONAL Mr J Irvine Blanton was here Monday was here Saturday of Cynthiana Dr John D Gilbert of Clark county I have taken within the past year No damage to the tobacco yet by several bottles of Ay res Sarsaparilla and find it admirably adapted to the frost needs of an impoverished system I Ith reported that the matrimonial am convinced that this preparation fever has struck ibis viciuity and that as a blood purifier is unequaled CC we are to have a double wedding short Dame Pastor Congregational church ly Andover Me It Rev O W Young preached at An Wanted Help Men and Women tloch the fifth Sunday in September to n large crowd He will preach the Wanted one good man or lady in first Sunday lu October at same place each couuty quick to represent our Prof J W Herrings Yocal muMc house aud introduce our three great or clnss closed at Antiocb the fifth Sun- Â¬ new books and Bibles No cash 30 days lime experience necessary day with fair success The Profexsor agents to deliver books New commences another nt same place allowed Plans and new books on salary or Saturday Oct 6 commission or we will close a yearly Mr W P Sowers Is the boss tobacco contract with good pushers and guar- Â¬ cutler of the seasou having cut strung antee salary Large descriptive illus- Â¬ and liouaed 265 sticks for his first days trated circulars aud best terms free work He says he can easily string Act Quick and address 100 sticks an hour Dan Linahan Pcbushino Co 4th and Washington Av 16 20 St Louis Mo DRIP ROCK the Latest Things to foe Found in a First Glass Tailoring Establishment 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 see 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 01 GOODS ABE MARKED AT PRICES TO BEAMS OUT II MAT IE HATE SAID EsWith we are thanks for past patronage and hoping for the continuance of same Very Kespecthuly vr M P of Old Fart MaMchnetts i hed letter of John Adams iorical subjects are ably ami v1 This magaaine fc in Its olume and has ectahKshed a ury prestige 11 bcr number or the Magazine can History by Mrs Lamb is on our table and con excellent historic sketches em is The City f a Prince a Chapter m Tent HtnrrM t J Baptist j Rev Steve hlluer minister Ned andoonly once as black as the ae of snades ears ago he began to turn f and before he dtad he was - h Intest darkles yon erar saw Mt to Sonora several j ears writer beard of this otrange at ire and paid the minister a cm ouch nx the truth of the nnt Uncle Stere was very a id talked fen entry upon re- nora - ul in Ky in exchange recently Wheat 120 A great deal of excitement was caused in Chicago Board of Trade last Thursday by the result of some maneuvers of B F HaHchinson commonly known as Old September wheat rose to 126 Hutch This was the result of a corner secured by Hutchinson and will realize him prob Â¬ ably millions of dollars The Daily News It is the out- Â¬ says of this transaction come in the September option by B P Hutchinson who has been buying all of the SerlSrraber wheat offered lately that as only three days remained for the shorts to settle their trades in they went into the pits this morning and began to bid against each other with the result that the price mounted rapidly that when it reached 125 Hutchinson sent the short word that he had a little wheat to sell that they nocked to his office where he disposed of 325000 bushels at 125 in a very short time that be then after telling those of the shorts who were still still waiting that wheat would go to 2 within a week he went away to his club leaving instructkmsfcvith his brokers to sell the shorts all the wheat they wanted at 125 or buy all they would seH at Â¬ Tiitton StnarL Judge French Tipton and Miss Marie Ocls a Soft PmoS Stuart were united in marriage at the scncy the eomhsctoris weB- - Episcopal chnrch m Winchester at eleven and numerous ate the oclock yesterday Tuesday rooming T rcabouU who will be gmn Thettsrenrooy was witnessed by a very - fiom him The Stanford large crowd the church being filled to its utmost capacity The pulpit was very is -- CapC W H Sweeney handsomely decorated with flowers Miss conductor that ever nulled a afer runnine on the Knoc- - Pantile Morton presided at the organ and Cljnkinfeaard accompanied J CJ- et er since it beeun leaves r r r the Ut-- W H Morton Bardatewn Branch audi Bishop T U Dudley per eeded by Cani Crouch The wWfhVflnte formed the ceremony assisted by Rev viUbe much nuhter on the old - n a it is entirely in ttte day time W R McCreadie rector of Versailles - vti occupies three feonrt each way dmrciirand Rw H H Snecd rector of The ceremony was i Mill be sorry to lose Ibe Mt Sterftig church There beatttJfijl in all its details J dCapUin but be eted he m la liclUr work wcreoer a hundred elegant presents TJtexdeuple started In the afternoon for a IfltaeweJslxiptJu ough the Northwest A Celssal HenliBg m rs T D ChenanK and A We anpeno a pouce Trfe 1 v f -- W9t Mr M G Cox is out again after bis Mr Tom Chcnault of Lexington spent recent hurt in the creek week with relatives here the past Born to the wife of A C Alcorn Rev Wm Crow and wife have return- Â¬ on September 11th u boy named Da- Â¬ ed from a visit to relatives in Danville vid C John E Greenleaf and wife of Rich- Â¬ J W Parsons and J W Walker mond were here Sunday Lancaster contemplate taking a trip to Virginia News in a short time to look at the counMr Thomas Phelps who has been ill try the past few weeks is now about well D Alcorn Fays ho is going to vote again the Democratic ticket as he can not Mr Ed Rowland is making a three stand Harrison and the tariff all at weeks stay with relatives in Jessamine once county Barney son of J G Sparks had a Mis Nannie Walker of Wicita Kan- Â¬ ten penny nail forced nearly through sas late of this place is to be married on his foot aud has been confined to his the 1 6th bed from theeflects of it Mr W H Moody of Sherman Texas Mr J B Parsons and family have is at his home near Kingston on a visit to gone to Celeste Hunt couuty Texas his parents to make it their future home He Mrs Pope of Bracken county who expects to engage in farming on a was visiting her son Mr P M Pope large scale has gone home Marritd at the residence of J G Miss Minna Crutcher who has been Sparks Sr by Rev Joe Parsou visiting in Kansas City for several weeks Levi H Fly nn and Mary Sparks Attendants Robert Boss and Cyn has returned home thia Alcorn Moran and daughter Miss Mrs Kate J Virginia and Miss Jennie May Craig R0ZEMAN MONTANA TERRITORY spent last week in Boyle county Mr Duncan of Madison county recen- Â¬ The fanners are nearly done cutting tly visited his brothers H K and Ander- Â¬ oats in this valley son Oldham Sentiencl Democrat Threshers are In full blast all over Miss Belle Bennett of Richmond who the Gallatin Valley threshing about has been the guest of Miss Kate Helm 70000 bushels of grain per day to Glasgow Elizabethtown has gone Quite a curiosity in the form of a News two headed calf can be seen at the Miss Sue Sutherland who has been grocery store of George Jluflmau on visiting friends in this county for several street returned to her home in East Man weeks has One Billy Watts who lives five miles Owcnsboro town succeeded in capturicg a Thomas Hughes of Fayette coun- Â¬ from Mr very large porcupine one day last ty who was seriously sick last week is recovering He is a brother of Mr J C week and baa brought it in town for exhibition Hughes this place The wheat and oat crop of this vicin- Â¬ Ed Muth has closed his store at Deca ity is making an average of 70 to 115 tur on account of the yellow lever epi bushels per acre The Bozemnu boys demic and is now in Madison county are preparing to take a hunt on Henrys Kentuckian Citizen Lake 110 miles from this place Mr T J Wilkerson of Holton Kan Messrs G F Edwards T White who has been visiting his old home near past two weeks re- Â¬ aud Walter Stacy of Blue Bank Ky Drownville for the have been here looking at the country turned home Friday for some time and started for Kentucky Mrs J B Parrent of Memphis who last Wednesday They are all highly was visiting her sister Mrs R L Gentry pleased wllli he territory andwill rewas called home on Saturday by telegram turn lu Marcb to make this their announcing the death of her mother-in-laborne Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 I have secured the services of an ex- Â¬ perienced trimmer who has arrived and with a large stock of new aud seasonable goods I shall try to satisfy those who may favor mo with a call both in style and quality I buy noth- Â¬ ing but the best goods My many friends aud customers always welcome whether they by or not 15-Mbs J F Stone Save Jloncy OOVINGTON 218 LARGEST EXCLUSIVE M ITOHELL S7S7H3iB837 JhETT S3713lngl SEAT FOLDING BED FACTORY in BRUNSWICK Simplest FOLDING BED the World I THE - L0ETT PATENT 7 FASTfcH WTJT3 TJ IFTJV HostDcrablel BcstI By paying cash for your Millinery at Green Front 13 First Street 15- Mbs J F Stone Ice I am prepared to deliver ice to any part of the city regularly or on short notice Will make contracts for supply- Â¬ ing families offices business houses shops and other places Orders left a Dykess grocery on Second streect will receive Hade in All Kinds of Wcod Cannot cct out of order even under tliu wost careless use Twenty Different Styles Hill iPw aKSEias525SaSiislS OPEX It is so accurately balanced a mere child EKHBbPgSSSB JJnuBacjyjaMBBB can handle it Save rent sod fwi for I CLOSED en extra room put the thing for a aman bod room I TTtth all tin bedding in ill Buy no i2Bfilo4 mimm cents In mail br parses35rHThmfngstamp kt territory to V HfflHHDfiS in jAlif err fiSi Karte T eft 3 in long X inaKaaBl -- jgLjl3yjjgj35 It loet the seat flnurjr Md taamonMjr ad W loaro i Am Seat mt la ra Tt K im br Rirhw en TinCaMr awl Stat- -btrat FXIcaew wl I be sold at a eery ml ac4 Y-- 1 illWMftlMareu 1136 P S 1IADGTSR Auhtirn 3lt lo tho BEST other prompt attention If your Furniture Dealer hasnt it write for Catalogue to ANNOUNCEMENTS J HARVEY fir of Madison county sulijeet In tbe aetkw of the 12- Democratic party a- - aprn tf J E Dykes Fort Wayne Furniture 15 Co Fort waync mSo1c Manufacturers We are FOK ASSESSOR to antMMttiee authori Aor W Soother at hand It is tho only eafo medicine yet made that will remove all infantile disorders It contains no Opium or Morphine but gives tho child natural case from pain Prico 25 cents Sold by W G White Prescription Druggist Beware t Fraad as my ad tfce friv He tUHMi on tfce cwttom wees ooore rstiv m the werer aaaiaM Wfft pnees aaa mmwr L DoKa Maiw IadMhteru4n C4M Brtee or mw be bM tlwiu wlttaoat mm ac a price UimiHM m tbe bouuiu put Um mm as alnuKU oiiawati iwj pH w i 1 TO PHYSICIAN Residence and Grounds K E McCAII MAJOLICA Smokers Fancy China Bohemian GlaeswarcJ Brass and Bronze Goods We ar authorized lo announce JOEL a eaHlhlle for Akw T EMBKY Sanns Specific will cure Rheumatism or money refunded Price 75c at Whites Drug Store becond ftreot 5- near Garnett House Â¬ Articles well Improved Jor Sale Musical Ware Vio lins Guitars sor of MadixHi cotiiity Hibjeet lu tlie actiou ot the democrat ie We are authorised to announce A J WILLOUOHBY as a candidate for AsesMir of Madison enmity subject to the action of the Democratic par-Â¬ 3- ty lriy J If you want a nice buggy phaeton curriuge rockaway or barouche Desiring lo remove South- - I oiler lor coupe go to John Donelson apr-i-- t sale privately my house uud grounds it Union City MailLsou county Ky The Iioufre is a frame weatherboHril School Books at Whites Drug Store eil nliiRtered aud tmpered with I urge 2nd St near Garnett House tf window weighted shIi iueide liiimlp s tniiietl glas in hall The house con Â¬ tains six rooms with latticed veranda Brick chimney him good kitchen w ith grate A well of soft witter 26 feet deep nt door Another everlast- Â¬ the PERSONS having claims or notes ing well in goes yard and pond in lot dry against Talton Newby Jr will file that never Hnggy houge good atalilea and other same at tho Second National Bank buildings before the undersigned Fine young orchard and excellent OWEN NEWBY garden 15 17 Tkustke Uotice to Creditors -- r ie r NancT Tribble executors Alexander Tribble rented at n on last Thursday the eev adiertised m The CUMM uaihtr was fine a large crowd in Sll and bidding excettentv The e 9 nd Mrs as e- follows Hun SX acres f4t per aqre to Taylor Rice p 5 ice 299 acres 7 313 per acre t Jf Jl Jiniea Bennett blplse 561 acres 370 per acre J r3t toR G Ballard S ti place o acres s 0 to Dan M TerriU - 198 I acres 6ajl per axe o W R McDowell r ce 124 acres 505 per acre r pace 340 acres il J1 F Pattern iH STodd -- t3 per acre u gtt iSi acres at 160782 or an of 4 50 pBr Th is tle fling tliat ever occurred ia the P Etllard jsjh tfe ftwuanw ae James Henry of Richmond arrived here last week and will remain in Wood ford having accepted the position of tutor at Mr A J Alexanders Woodford Sun Maj D M Terrill wife and daughter Miss Helen of Madison were with the families of Judge W E Walker and WmalieSVer Sun JudgeFendl Tipton Capt F J White last week Lancaster TIieTta THenf editor Uie Richmond Climax and News iMtesNaokle Marie Stuart will be fol Grant E Lilly left Wednesday for Ann clmocb to tiny emnteed at the Arbor at U elok A M Rt Rev Bishop school Mass where he will attend law Col Irvine News Thomas U Dudley offlejuting will Mr Lilly once attended Central Uni- Â¬ Overlon Chenault of Blehtnond perform the oflle of beat uian to the versity and is well known here groom and Hou Thomas G BtuHrt frtttler of tlw young lady wJH give Gen John Echols vice president of the iioi trt mnrrhive at the altar Mr John Chesapeake Ohio and South western R Lt ln Biuari win mau e H anil Miss R who has many friends here has re The nnmnaitv tlie bride V Hureliers are turned to his home in Loukville from an Jackson Gay M Robert and John jlK Riliusrtn inAlllbftf ofMcCUutook extended trip to Europe much improved One Ot 0U in health 41o ia oiliest and bwt families and to popular and cultured Capt A T Mershon of Richmond one of tile US came up with R A Welsh the whisky ladles of the cwirny Iwradmlww h lKhii French Tipton drummer Wednesday The Capt is al Â¬ kyn teoaef the uwt known f Kiln stall ways welcome with his budget of enter mittuK H was or a toe on the for several taining reminiscences and his comments IfTiVT or the Rloh on holy Forks Enterprise the Associate Blister and now owns and tntw Mrs Bessie Miller Oton returned u iie m Tits ClilHAX iiitant wnier auu uioc tu home last week from Atlanta Ga and be congratulated hone of0Urn choicest prises Virginia where she had been spending upon securing the summer It is rumored that she and thai CN eouht powibly give jiwj 3topal Â¬ 8n tilh mt Â¬ lI Li ltr writ--Thre- e The Art Am For October gives an excellent colored fac frimile of Stormy Weather off the Oast of Maine painted in olVVy Edward Moran who talks instructively about Marine Painting and alto gives directions for painting this pict-Â¬ ure There fs a striking double page design Night hawk and Nightiu gales together with a crayon portrait study of a little girl china painting designs for a honey dish apple blos Â¬ soms aud a cracker jar lilies a con- Â¬ tinuation of the nh plate series a bold figure design George Washing ton for a large hammered brass plaque and a companion Mary Washington is promised for the next number There is a page of monograms and various wood carving and embroidery deslgus and motives for decorative borders Excellent articles are given on painting wild flowers landscape painting chlun pjintlug carving and other practical art topics There aro with a Japa- Â¬ also suggestive talk nese expert on Oriental Ceramics nud with the architect Bruce Price on the ute of terra cotta decoration The varhHW minor departments aro special ly weH filled Price 35 cents Mon tague Marks Publisher 23 Union Sq ire New York Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Remaining unclaimed In the Post office nt Richmond Ky week ending October 2 188S Bates Pattie Tames Charles Comeltson J B Jones Mrs T S col Tones Riceard M Custer R B Davies Rose Miller Mrs Pett Fielding Nannie D Myers Felix II Poux Satiie Greenleaf Scott Griggs LTJr Putson Pauline Stout Sarah 3 Glammon P H Wilson Nannie Harris Callie D Habbeton James White Mrs Rachel White Mrs Lucy Hirley George Irvine Hannah White Emma col Jackson CT 2 Post Office hours from 0 a it to 7 p 3T Money order and registered letter hours prompt 7 A 21 to U P 21 J B WILLIS P M -- with good post and rail fence all round aud a beautiful grove of locust trees an an Here in extent The grounds front three hundred feet on the principle btreet of the vil- Â¬ fu a neat aud lage and my ofilee convenient drug store immediately on t lie street I deshe to sell my stock of drugs along with the property There is room for a stock of fancy groceries should the purchaser wish to add such goods to the stock Union City is a nice oiderly village on the Richmond aud Jacksons Ferry turnpike seven miles from Richmond and six from Kentucky River and has two general stores posi ofllee express facilities- - two blacksmith shopa with wood shop one caddlers shop a sclionl Iiouse with Masonic Lodge brick Louisville Tobacco Market church occupied by two denominations ByOIover Durrett Louisville Tobacco Heverttl roads centre al Union City Ware Houke practiced medioine at Union I Sales on our market for the past City havetwenty years and know It to for week jut closed amount to 219S hhd be one of with receipts for the same period 381 Kentucky the beat country locations In Hales on our market since hhds A reasonabiii price and easy terms January 1st amount In O40S0 hhdh Our market has not developed any are offered new features during the pa t week I refer by permission lo Dz Jen- Â¬ The work of housing the new crop is nings and Poymz and Cashier J E being rapidly pushed forward and Greenleaf ltt National Bank Rich Â¬ another week of Kood weather will in- Â¬ mond sure an unusually large crop The Call ou or addrees me at Uinon City ntock of old tobacco is telng gradually Res peel fully reduced on nur market but the reduc 8- Dr JOHN V HARRIS tion doe not seem to stimulate prices The following quotations fairly represent our market on Burley tobacco TO CONTRACTORS Trash not cotorv Rial tolmcoo dam aged by freezing S3 Off to 500 Oilory Trash S850 toSHOO The Richmond Water Works Com Ommon lugs not culory 700 to 10 CO pany are ready to- receive bills on a Lugs S14 00 t 1500 Ciliry ttiem id Water works the ciiiHtruot Common Leaf 1200 to 14 00 et nt Richmond Ky Bids opened good leaf 14 K i 1700 October 13th For plana and speeiflca Modiuni to Select or wrappery leaf 5700 to lionoaddrffes F H ADAIR 2650 1417 Hstretary 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - ACCORDEONS Organettes Mouth Edilor Climax Several weeks slnee I noticed in Harmonicas Fancy Willow ware your paper a eali ou me to become a MUSICAL HOXBS candidate for AsHwr of Madison Druggists Station- Many Voters of Sitcned Violin and Guitar county ers and Grocers Million Having eoHsMered I be subÂ¬ Sundries Strings ject I have determined lo become a Fancy Leather Goods Tenor Draws candidate I thank Many Voters of TravelluR Satchels Million for their kind ami 1 must WALKING CANES say flattering exprepfcms as to my PHOTO In and Out Door qualification AUTO I therefore announce ALBUMS Games Croquets myself ai a ettmiMale for AseetMor of Photo FramesScrap Lawn Tennis Ham- Â¬ Madison county subject to tbe action of tlie Democratic party Books and Picture mocks Base Ball FOR Very truly CEiTUSMKf Birthday New Yeai Supplies 18- C R TiTDOK boe m h Theoolr cilf SI SEAMTKi andChrratmasCards Indian Clubs Roller tol the SO TACKS r 1 VX THREAD LI aid Ml fivt eav as hirt and Ice Skates FIo FOK JAILER HOT KI1 OPTICAL GOODS I DOrOLAS 84 Ihm il - u We are authorised to announce Utit onlr haori deweU welt SHOK Kual-rllrml bert RMes Ladies fthoc roOnr trna to IB jm l JOHN F WAGERS a eaiHlhiate fin tWHHadeDOUOIAS SAO 1OIICE SHOE Gents Childrens and WI CarriCTx all Jailer of Madison oouiity sttbjeet to tlie Bdtraad Mrn aad ir hem Trim- Invalids Masquerade oe u Ttks Siaootk huMe m a Hmmtwt4 3- action of the Democratic party er WaxTbrra bnrt Ih fct mings Beads la WL UOUGIASStJOhHOK tlwBrr xrU We are authorised io announce e hearr wear IWtl ialt Shoe tor IT X- linCGUS Feather Dusters LACKEY a candidate for MiN3 -SUOB K te heSJa ha HORKINT Jewelry Fans Japa JAMES Ihe w rhl fr wear warn pair oaaht to wear a man a ti r Child rcnsCarriages Jailerof Madison county subject to th nese and Chinese 3 la the wtuM Boys Express Wag action of the Democratic party Mhat Mahanl Novelties W DOIaUAS fcl73 YOIWHS School We are authorised to announce ons Velocipedes Shee Im the aal Bvj a cawaae to wear ic Imported and SAMUEL BIGGERSTAFF a candi Â¬ bM aht In Ihe wH Battoa aad Ire If not AB aaade la CMunea date for Jailer of Madison county sub- Â¬ BI0YCLE3 oat he rmir Jeatar hm IV I UOVQLAS DOMESTIC TOYS ject to the action of tne Democratic IlKOOKTON MASS TRICYCLES S- party Confectioners Arti Doll JACK PRBBXAN Ageat RkhMid Ky Perambulators cles Sea Shells We are atiUiorhtwI to announce Girls Propellers 8 24 THOMAS S FERRELL as a candi Braclete Fishing Tackle date for Jailer of Madison county sublEBlrd Cages Seirts ject to the actiou of tlie Democratic 4- Fancy Hardware FlassFire warks party Chinese Lanterns Pocket Cutlery We are authorised to announce JOHN HILL as a candidate for Jailer IS TUB FIKS3T AXD BMST of Madison county subject to the ac Â¬ 4- tion of the Democratic party rH KgsCwl 9t laf W L DOUGLAS 3 SHOE ltT U s ss CHIBS 1 nk t Â¬ Â¬ McGAOT MOM 14 17 POR COUNT SUPKRUrrKKDBNT rcsrrcssv pcCfo HOflinwircni t JM4forBCCO E jlHtir u Bmt SK5 www rw wtita n i fret I We are aullioristd ie antHHitiee J B HARRIS a oanUWuie for Cmmiy Su perintenileiit of FoMie SchKfe Mttet to tlie notion of tbe Democratic imrty 8- - 9 Jtf4 014 LuKm HaetiBff CtM iBeSS3i2 kAiJ xl gyr SSeSS Lv wrk vi orkii ruwoc bwi leutrcMcrii h UC Uow b CMapeatM Ma in oel loctltty to k show I notti r wIE i mm 4 gtmtywttm m cm of wry UOt Tb lble4 tiiifNx wU m Cm wfcwi ewa prefwrtri telftoavcOMtuvclblitfc7brM oKi mJlaiOw WOUP tt la purfili tomalw fTV rwlitbN u tiwebarvtutof CUID nkhMiloCTtaT rmy fa 7 t rfclu tUyg trmd far aeAcrtfTHJnfiilalaftlaMm armoMhf tv uji hi rr koow fr a miou ta SAMPLES nM after joa 4 tinm BMLiMFIi Guard against burglars and fire purchasing a burglar proof and fire proot trrt j Â¬ Every merchant every larmer every every proJeawonal man ought to hare a tafc Account books ac- Â¬ counts notes checks receipts money C09TLV NAUILEN Wf H UKW tUtc jewelry and other valuables can be kept from alt harm at Mall expense H na THE CARY SAFE CO West Eagle St Buffalo X Y i Donelson will nvifce you aa good a buggy or carriage aa cau be boi etit aSSafr Opi ot the Cae safes can be any where in America apr4 tf eCl IHF CUMA o 51 35 mtnmmUms vmstrj Tut t vmt vwfatfet eOtr UrtnhyMsfc i order Kitnrmanp ymy fcptawUt oora wtN rafWrcta b r r Anxrioh Vrtm t scaM i laftlnfwvItlMcfMKT KHirmtBW9urtTPvM wto BMf jw fcaan ftr jmtktm tltow t huaHM to sWwtffiwtwt wttt toort wahnWiTy JtpHUimlM vkMl to wtH a aaft bat 1 crM uM fl4r yta k nm Uf ft atet iryatte 4 ftt etn to r fttnfter wn Wis ffe ModTwtrwUiauKwiasMnFuGKM DM of tea MU4 nafcl wutofcM to IW TOtM ftUd ar Ul wwMllrifrMtSffXOto3Mta UtfrwUi mr uc adl business man jajaaa wtaft MRS aaetibvof or law Jrn nrsa tkmt BxrY NcTo Ar MILER OftCAM CO riirR 34 J SPEED SMITH CIIAS S POWKi SMITH POWELL Fire Insurance We represent ten of the strong est Fire Insurance Companies in the world We represent the Company that has the largest capital in the world the Company that has 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¬ Â¬ Why not Insure in the Best Insure your house 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 Liverpool Loodoa Commercial Union Gvarmaa Home Liitcoihirc Qoeea Hartford German National We Aseete 481673 30603324 804183 - 5 i87173 211825 119121514 eo67 ajwlS om A D RUFF N1EIIUDUEKUL DEALER IN WaMtee Ctooks Jewelry Silver and PiaJerf ware He Special attention given to GOOD NATURED PEOPLE TThyThey Are In Every Respect tha 8 pei lor of Irritable People Good nature is for the most part among tho young a matter ol tempora mcat People with bilious temperaÂ¬ ments are not apt to bo cheerful Thoy are grave and stern or sad Persona with nervous temperaments are not equable Thoy are excessively happy or intensely unhappy Thoy are quick for joy and as quick for sorrow A man of nervous temperament in good health in prosperous condition in peaceful circumstances may bo cheer Â¬ ful and good natured But excitements and disappointments go hard with him There are some men whose nerves seem not to have been covered up They lie out to the weather Phlegmatiapersons are good natured from a want of sensibility They are The attention of the ladies is especially called to our superior not affected by troubles because thoy live under bomb proof roofs The sanguine temperament affords line of Dress Goods embracing the most fashionable Fabrics to be the genuine good natured disposition Here it is naturaL Every thing con- Â¬ had in New York spires to produco cheerfulness hope- Â¬ fulness and ardor of sentiment But while good nature in youth is largely a matter of nice organization it becomes in ago a rosult of will and of habit Many men are drilled to it by experience Some come to it by c the force of religious motives And some because in the decay of forces many of the unruly or discordant ele Â¬ ments of their nature are weakened and subordinated But however it may come or upon whatever terms it may exist how blessed are good natured people They pnly of almost all mankind have in- Â¬ We have in Laces Ribbons Collars OulTs Handkerchiefs Gloves and variable good luek Thoy convert trouble into amusement Or they meet bo desired Tarasols all that can it with such cheer that its power is broken Good nature disarms enmity allays irritation stops even the garrulity of fault finding It more than half over- Â¬ comes envy A real good natured man is the most troublesome morsel that the malign passions ever attempt to feed upon He is the natural su- Â¬ With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the best New perior of irritable persons He that can govern himself can control others York school of art and design in gents garments experienced in the An irritable man whom any one can is best houses of that city and versed in every detail of the business excite by like a horse kept at livery ridden every one and spurred by each rider Nobody is so little his own aided by on elaborate stock of master as he who can be stirred and provoked by anothers will Any body can eject him from his castle There is high oulogy pronounced in Sacred Writ upon good natured men He that is slow to anger is better than the mighty and ho that ruleth his spirit than he that taketh a city It is harder to keep your temper than to take a city It shows more skill fore- Â¬ sight courage and good ongineoring especially in their cases who are nat-Â¬ We are pulling forth suits equal to the best made in this country urally irritable They have to provide beforehand to make a battle against Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us subtle enemies and often under des Â¬ perate conditions But it is worth all it costs X Y Ledger FACTS FOR FARMERS FULL OF FUN jCRQOKE BENNETT URMSTOH Married printers should tread the Sheep grazo close to tho ground and therefore should not be fed on long backyard gingerly on washing day in grass Thoy will not do well in tall order to avoid head lines Did you Mistress of tho House clover Beforo manures can produco thelrr tell the lady I was out Blivlna Did she seem Yis mum full and profitable effect upon the soil Blivins No mum Sho said the land must bo mode dry by drainage to doubt it Texas Siti- Â¬ she knew you wasnt or other means A man who feods correctly and telligently will save from ten to twenty per cent ovor a man who follows only a haphazard method A corner of the barn or an out Â¬ building devoted to tho purpose of a workshop in which a bench can bo placed will enablo tho farmer to do many small jobs that otherwise entail loss of timo in sending for tho wood- Â¬ Only a few worker or blacksmith tools are required and tho cost will bo but a small sum Tho rutabaga is nn excelent root for stock feed and can be grown in this country at tho rate of fifty or sixty tons to the acre- It is a plant that needs very little hand work can bo planted in drills with a seeder hoed by a cultivator and harrowed by a ma Â¬ chine An aero of rutabagas proper- Â¬ ly fed will be worth a hundred dol- Â¬ lars above the cost of producing The experiments of Dr Voelcker of the ltoyal Society of England prove that manure gradually depreciates by keeping even under the very best management It gains in water and loses in valuablo organic matter which is spent in the fermentation It stands to reason if this be true that the old fashioned method of turning and work- Â¬ ing over manure for six months before using is wasteful and to be avoided Fire proof stables are not uncom- Â¬ mon and are very simply bullL Timbers like railroad ties aro placed from throo and one half to four feet apart arohed corrugated iron put between them and filled in with a mixture of oindors and lime making it deep enough to protect The trap or door to tho timbers reach the loft is made of sheet iron filled in with tho samo compound This kind of firo proofing is very cheap and very effective Ensilage is really winter green food although it is fed to the cows as a regular portion of the ration yet the horses pigs sheep and poultry rolish it at times It is the cheapest food that can be produced for winter use and its value consists not only of ite nutritious matter but also of tho benefit derived from it as a substitute for tho dry food which cattle are com- Â¬ peted to eat during a long winter tho ensilage taking the place of gro3s or succulent food It is now conceded by thousands of farmers that it is much more re- Â¬ munerative to mulch potatoes instead of cultivating them A piece of ground should be selected where water will not stand Thoy may be planted by dropping tho cut potatoes from four- Â¬ teen to sixteen inches apart half way up in overy other furrow so the horso will not step on them A fourteen inch plow should be used so it will not bring tho rows too close together About the time they aro coining up they should be harrowed and then four or five inches of mulch from an old straw stack should bo applied Spoiled hay will do as well Potatoes planted in this way will usually yield from 175 to 200 bushels per acre in- Â¬ - FOUND -- AT THE as i irocuiy OF House ngs DRY GOODS Choice Silks Henriettas Serges Well my little boy ho said to his neighbors son so youve got back Been outin Yes sir homo eh No sir tho country rusticating weve been out in tho country living on grandpas folks Did her father actually thrust said you off tHe stoop Mr Noodle Yes sir It bfoko my the lawyer Well you have my sym- Â¬ heart pathy If he hadbroken your leg inÂ¬ stead of your heart you could havo sued him Some men never havo any Hatpers Baxar luck GORMLEY CO ADDLES K-A-IRasriB DYKES ox J D North Second Street A full ami corap ete stock of STAPLE AND FANCY De Boges Cashmeres c Lace Flounces of all kinds White Goods in great quantity Merchant Tailoriiu Fuel English anil American Sitings TROUSERINGS and VESTIIBS GENTS FURNISHING GOODS Neck Wear Cuffs Collars GLASS BOTTLE An important MACHINE SETTING DIAMONDS The Ingenious Apparatus for Mechanical- Â¬ ly Molding and Blowing Dottles AXD OTHER PRECIOUS STONES REPAIRING Promptly dose ami In a work maul ike raaBer C2SH li tli Paid for Wd Gold and Silver Dont forget tle nlaee next door Jn4lf Pt oiHee Kiel mood Ky PATENTS Patents Caveats ami Trade Marks Iroeurel Rejeeted ApHteatKHtt Re- Â¬ vived and Prosecuted All buetB before tlie U 8 Patent OfHee prompt Jy attended to for moilerate few awl ho ehrge mwle link Patent s secured Send tor Inventor Guide FRANKLIN 1L HOUGH may 9tf Washington DC Money advanced A eroat chance Stmc ng ior tho right men save lime 1imihm Miid exinwce addrtt loof references belter send name and No aUett Uoo paid to poxtal card Never miud about Mtttdltis KtMiiip for reply Aildrew BUST NESS Box llBicliiuoiHlVa mS C Reliable and Active Men to an tvivijiikliea iiucc iIuuiik Hie travel for summer months Tliw e whocau rurtiiHliH iKtrKCHiwI give weunly prrferred montlily to pay expense WANTED PEERLESS LEADS THE 1V02LD 300 n fioM for General Superiority atOo cjKii lulnstn KxiaMtWii after n 1 iitx rt jail itii lec Peerless Traction and Portable Eugincs Domestic Creamery Unfixes Steam Can Plows The Gelser Thresher nd Cleaner ad PI fwm tt 2 VoU ot Variable Fric tion Feed Pat OoL II w Saw Guide market We lM at bnnrnnrd and cheafmit Scad fur catalogue to tbo Saw Mill en the CO tiEISER KAXUIACTURING fr25 6ia vaafeas etxsssmr tuxziss and Invite ri eonmponHonoo MACKINAC PAtftc Summer Tours Steamers Low B Trips per Week Between Rates DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND Bt Ima DETROIT AND CLEVELAND OMbejrean Anea Hfmnflb BK CUtr baoukd Houm XmxU city Jfrarr Waek Between Dt 8ceilSur Trips dartac Joly and Anew Bstnit OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS caaaaaad Bxsanfcm Tickets wiu be faraiebed WHSTCOMB E Pam Aat r atrramcktAiiridnH Gi DETROIT MICH CfeftJttd Sk m tkiteiifea Cs apr2J 6m GALT -- - HOUSE LOUISVILLE KY Tlte Largest and Knort Hotel in the city -- Rates2so to Hold 4 Per Day According to rooms Turkish and Russian Baths in ootSSly innovation in tho trade has been perfected It is an ingenious appar-Â¬ unlaundried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc atus for mechanically molding and blowing glass bottles The molding is done mechanically and the blowing by meuns of com- Â¬ pressed air thus relieving the glass blower and his unhealthy and life PRESERVING FRUITS Each pair of shortening occupation in great quantity and variety from the cheapest to the mos machines is fed with molten glass by Valuable SuRcestlons Submitted by an Experienced Housekeeper one youth known as a gatherer and elegant embossed gilt Before beginning on th9 fruit tho is worked by a boy who jars and crocks should be thoroughly each machine molds and blows the bottle and places cleansed Wash the jars in warm am- Â¬ it on a stand wheuce it is removed by monia water rinse and wipe dry If URMSTON BENNETT another boy called the taker in to tho same rings are to bo used remove Eaoh from the jar and let soak in the am Â¬ annealing furnace the is of machines thus monia water a few minutes then tako Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Ky pair apllS tf served by four hands three of out dry thoroughly and replace on the whom are boys Upon the occasion neck of the jar It is a better way if oi our visit one pair of machines were it can be afforded to buy new rubber running upon soda water bottles and rings when using old jars as the old the other pair upon pint beer bottles ones are apt to let in the air and con- Â¬ which were turned out at the rate of sequently spoil the preserves The one hundred and twenty per hour per new rings will cost very little and be machine very perfect bottles being much cheaper in the end where tho produced old ones have been much worn The repeating machine consists of a To clean earthorn jars or crocks circular turn table revolved by ma- Â¬ that have had grease in them and chinery around a central pillar The have become musty place them faco i whole apparatus is seven feet in diam Â¬ down on tho earth outside and let re- Â¬ eter by five feet over all and at four main two or three days If they aro points around its circumferenoe are very greasy and musty as is usually placed at equal distances four molding the case where lard has been in them Each of these is similar in for some time fill them with machines fresh principle to the single machine al Â¬ earth place outside and let them reÂ¬ though of course slightly different in main for two weeks then empty tho As tho apÂ¬ detail and construction as and thoy paratus revolves each machine in turn crocks smelling as will be newfresh and 1 sweet when When passes before the gatherer who cooking fruit use a porcelian lined charges it with molten glass Tho kettle if possible but when a woman charged mold then passes on a quarter has an old fashioned brass kettle and of a circle to the next point whoro the prefers to use it it should be very mold is automatically turned upside bright and clean Some women use down and the interior of the neck of when cooking which is a very the bottle is formed the process of tin plan more fruit poor Falk-an-Wmte- r-particularly in tho blowing being at the samo timo au- Â¬ cooking of acid fruits as the latter is tomatically commenced Passing round su e to eat tho coating from the tin another quarter of a circle the mold This kind of ware should never be used CONSISTING OF reaches a point where it is closed the for the above purpose if it can be con- Â¬ air pressure put fully on and the bot Â¬ veniently avoided for aside from dis- Â¬ and tle completed The third quarter of a coloring the fruit it is positively dan- Â¬ circle brings the perfectly finished bot- Â¬ gerous from the medium price to the highest It is our aim tle to a point at which it is automat- Â¬ to suit the public and to do it we have bought goods As fruit darkens if loft standing for ically discharged on to a carrier by to suit everybody Wc do not keep shoddy but which it is conveyed to the annealing any length of time after paring many good honest goods at honest prices We handle the oven into which it is placed by a boy housewivos do not pare but just tho best makes of custom goods and want a share of The cycle of operations will thus be quantity to be cookod at once but if your patronage if prices are a condition seen as follows While tho first bot Â¬ the fruit is dropped into cold water immediately after paring it will pro tle is being automatically discharged Respectfully a second bottle is being finished a vent discoloration and as much fruit third one being reversed and having can be pared as the housewife wishes ite neck punched while the fourth is to use that day To remove tho skin nch2I iy being cast that is the molten motal from peaches scald them and it will is being filled into the mold With come off easily then drop them into regard to tho saving the actual output cold water and let them stand until to one factory before the introduction wanted for use Do not cook tho fruit of the machinery was 230 gross of bot-Â¬ so that it breaks but as soon as a straw tles per day of ten hours tho actual can be pushed through it remove from capacity of the works being 420 gross tho fire Most fruit is nicer if cooked per day There is a very largo saving in the sirup but hard fruit such as quince hard pears etc should bo first in tho cost of labor London Times cooked in clear water and when done removed to the sirup and simply The Antiquity of Paper scalded through The water in which tho quince has been cookod may be Dr Julius Wiesener has been mak Â¬ jolly using the same quantity ing a microscopical examination of used for Berries preserve their apÂ¬ MAIN of sugar Â¬ some old manuscripts in order to dis- pearance better and are much nicer if cover of what ingredients the paper on allowed to come to the scald then which they are written was composed bottled immediately with or without He has conclusively proved that linen bost sirup is made by al- Â¬ sugar rags were used in the manufacture of lowing The pounds of sugar to a two Is the place to go if jou want anything in paper as early as tho eighth and ninth just boforo it pint of water centuries The fiber is chiefly of linen comes to the and boil adding Diamonds Watches Vsbut there are also tracos of cotton white of an egg slightly beaten tho to j hemp and animal fiber present The clarity it Romovo all tho scum that Clocks Jewelry Pine manufacture of paper he says is an arises and there will be a beautiful Eastern and not a German or Italian Gold Hcadod Silk Umbrellas invention as has hitherto been sup- Â¬ dear sirup far in advance of the old kind Cook only a little fruit at a posed Out of five hundred Oriental and time if you wish it to look nice and Gold- - LTeaded - Canes Eastern specimens not a single one whole If the fruit is to be canned was raw cotton paper All those that place the empty jars in a boilor Fine Razors were examined had likewise been hot half filled with cold water let come to clayed like modern papers Tho Fine Pocket Knives material used for this purpose was the boll remove to the back of stove and when the fruit is ready starch paste manufactured from wheat the from the water wipe and fill take Domestic Sewing Machines and in some cases buckwheat Animal with hot fruit Have the covers substances do not appear to have been on the back of the range screw employed for claying before the four Â¬ hot gently on the jar let stand a short AND ALL KINDS OF teenth or fifteenth contury St James1 while than use the wrench to fasten Gfuette Kemember that cold them firmly SEW1KG MACHINE NEEDLES fruit requires cold jura and hot fruit Says an Englishman You Amer Â¬ When the jars are sealed icans have been trying to build up a hot jars and the fruit cold put them away in a system without an aristocracy social place is but but you will never succeed as long as cool dark place wrap if such a in thick not convenient the jars YOUR there is a woman in the great republic the light aa If there were no such thing as an brown aspapor to exclude you have jars possible When much aristocracy in the world woman would without covers or bottles cover the invent one mouth with cotton batting putting a piece of paper or muslin next the fruit and SILVER and An artislan well sunk under tho and the cotton batting over it tying all get now goods for salt waters of New York bay on tho firmly with a stout string Use tha or the Bide produces pure fresh water it Jersey cotton batting bat cSmes in rolls and in abundance not the sheet wadding Boston Budget Handkorchiefs Shirts laundried and WALL PAPERS CUE k I Post office Clerk to finance received a very curious letter at the It was adÂ¬ post office this morning dressed To the Prettiest Girl in New Oh give Fiancee eagerly York Clerk it to mo it must be for me I showed it to my grandmother and Time she opened it perplexed Hayseed Mrs Whats the meanin of MDCCCLXX XVHI on that new school building Durned if I Mr Hayseed John know I suppose its some of this new Â¬ fangled languagj called Volapuk I hear theyre teaching it in the schools Epoch Wo are told that in Philadelphia tho tonsorial artists have thoir ceilings decorated with scriptural subjects the figures being properly clothed of course and havo a first class lecturer to expound so that the momonts for- Â¬ merly wasted in gazing vacantly aloft aro now passed in tho most agrccablo manner Life The pitcher had a little ball and it was white as snow and where tho striker thought it was that ball it wouldnt go It had a sudden in shoot curvo it had a fearful drop and when tho striker wildly struck that ball it Why does the ball fool didnt stop strikers so the children all did cry The pitcher twirls the balL you know the teacher did reply Matthews mother took him on hor lap to impress upon him tho duty of obeying his parents and being kind to his little brother While receiving these instructions Matthew gazed at her with so much earnestness that sho felt such a deep impression was being made upon his young mind But when she got through the pleasing illusion was dissipated by his remarking drily Your chin goes up and down so funny all the time youre talkin to Wages No Object Woman Tramp Cant ye get any work to do Tramp Yes maam I was of- Â¬ fered a steady job by the old agricult- Â¬ ural expert who lives just beyond the Woman forks of the road Thats Mr Hayseed What did ho want you to do Tramp Maam ho wanted me to get up at four oclock in the morning and milk seventeen cows feed water and rub down four horses clean tho stables and then saw wood until it was time to begin tho days How much did ho Woman work Tramp want to pay ye I dunno I didnt stop to ask Epoch LONDONS GROWTH The Remarkable Increase In the Popula Â¬ tion of the Worlds Metropolis When the population of England in 1801 was under 9000000 that of Lon- Â¬ don was 958863 The capital and the kingdom have grown together but the former has always grown fastor so that while England including Lon- Â¬ don mounted from nearly 9000000 in 1801 to nearly 26000000 in 1881 Lon Â¬ don grew from 958863 to 3816483 in 1881 London more than quadrupled its people while England including London did not quite triple it En Â¬ gland excluding London advinced in a still smaller proportion and it will be seen that England excluding all its big towns exhibits a still feebler ad- Â¬ vance But note this point about Lon- Â¬ don Its limits increase If wo had a series of maps shaded so as show the population we should see the black central spot of London getting biggor and bigger the wen which Cob bett detested and denounced growing more and more portentious in sizo but though the black spot grew bigger yet ite center grew lighter and lighter and by the center is not meant that strictly limited area called the city but something more like what London was when the century began Take in fact tho area occupied by tho mass of those 958863 who constituted the population of London in 1801 and fewer persons will bo found living upon it while around it lies a widen Â¬ ing ring growing blacker as tho cen- Â¬ ter whitens While however Londqn has grown so onormously in popula- Â¬ tion and in so great a proportion com- Â¬ pared with the rest of the kingdom its rate of increase has not boon at all commensurate with that of many pro-Â¬ vincial towns nor has it been equal to that of the towns of England as a whole Speaking of these towns as a whole it seems a fair estimate to say that of the 9000000 living in England and Wales in 1801 3000000 lived in towns This errs if at all in mak- Â¬ ing tho town population too large a proportion of tho whole Of tho 26000000 of 1881 nearly 15500000 lived in towns or if wo follow the Begister General in ranking as towns- Â¬ people all who live in urban 6anitary districts more than 175OQ000 were townsmen Tho inhabitants of towns havo increased at least fivefold tho inhabitants of the country at the most by 75 per cent The town population was one third of tho whole the calculation would make it two thirds Diverging for a moment from tho proper ordor of inquiry it may be remarked that this phenom- Â¬ enon of the relative increase of the town population is not confined to En- Â¬ gland It may not have reached tho snmo proportion of tho whole in any other country but it has grown at an even greater rate elsewhere Two ox amplosiay suffice In Norway the townfpt5piilation was 9 per cent in 1801 this had grown to 181 por cent in 1875 and it is now 22 per cent In tho United States the proportion was only 29 per cent of tho whole in 1800 it was 225 per cent in 1880 Nine teenlh Century He Proferred the Rope Rogis-ter-Goner- GROCERIES Confectioneries Canned Goods Green and Dried Fruit MAIN STEEET RICHMOND KY janH iy and plenty of every thing in my line This house is Itrictly ON Business A KENTUCKY CENTEAL E E -- BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to Alt Points North West and Southwest East Past Line Between Lexington and Cincinnati SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 20th 1SSS SOUTH BOUND No 2 Kx Sun No 4 Dally No 6 Ex Sun pm pra pra pra pm pm Vm Strictly CASH Bask The best goods are kept and sold on very close margin for cash GIVE THIS no USE A rUHl tf TEIAL THREE MlRE TO NORTU BOUND1 Lve IJviBgHOB- - No 3 ami 8o am No I NS Lve Covington 3 tve Falmouth 1003 Lve Cyntlilaiii- i- 1105 Arr Purls 1140 Arr Loxlimton 1330 1150 lve Paris Arr Winchester 1135 Arr Richmond 300 an P P 835 pra 300 938 pm 328 1034 pm 430 1050 pm 510 1130 pm 610 1055 pm 530 1135 lve lteri Arr Richmond lve hiantonl Lve I neater Arr Rtehmnml Lve Lve Lve lve Lve Lexington KU hmoiHl 1035 1145 a 730 am 810 am pa Arr Iancater Arr Stanford I ve Richmond Arr Uerea Arr Livington 510 600 305 330 545 pm P 710 pm 18 5 840 pra Arr Whichever pra Arr Paris 130 pra 335 p 3S P pat P P Arr No MJ Dally 00 a m 635 a m 739 am CovlnRtofl Paris Cynthtana Falmouth 3X0 45 P kcs pmf 340 pm 406 pm pm am am am am 3Sa 835 am ysp 96 am 430 ps mco3 am yss pa 1135 am 650 pa 535 545 650 650 740 835 am a HFlFEiS7 OTTRSIOUS MINNESOTA DAKOTA r MAYSVILLE BRANCH SOUTII DOUND Lve Mayfvllle JohnNon Carlisle Millersbiirs Arr Purls Lexington Cuvlnnton luctaccr 9ta zzz VIA TH Il ExSuu No re Datly Bx Sun 105 140 334 358 335 010 00 NORTH BOUND No 9 No 11 Dully Dally Ex Sub Ex Sub 3Coo pra 735 am 435 pm 83s ami 530 pra p 157 am y 611 pm 931 a p MC15 ami St Paul Minneapolis toba Railway FRO M Mcrn rS3 am 8so am 915 am 1135 am pm Lve Covington pra Lexington pm Mris pm Arr Mlllersburg pra Carlisle 41 pm Johnson pm Maysvllle Â¬ 1050 a rs pm jm ST PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS AT KATBS No 32 leaves Covington at 830 a m ar- this train runs through to Richmond Ky rives Falmouth 1030 a m Sunday others are daily except Sunday only Direct connection Is made at Winchester with Chesapeake and No 31 leaves Falmouth at 430 p m ar- Ashland ltuntineton Ohio for Mt Sterling Charleston W Va rives Covington 630 p m Sunday and Eastern Cities only FAST LINE Nos 3 nnd A run via Wln- No 15 leaves Lexington 715 p m ar- Â¬ cnetieroiiu irains wun t numan eteeping Cars tetween Cincinnati and UlehmoiHl Va rives Paris 755 p m and Winchester and Washington D C No S leaves Covington 520 p m arThrough Tickets and Rdegage Checked to rives Falmouth 720 p m any destination reaehed byu railroad No 7 leaves Falmouth 550 a m arrives For full particulars address or call on BBy agent of the Coeipauyor Covington 750 a m E II RACON S F B MORSE Daily Except Sunday Trav lassr Agt Uen Pasnr AgL Covington Ky Lexington Ky Note No 3 Daily between Richmond H E HUNTINGTON Lexington and Covington FBCARR AgC RMihhhhI Ky tieul Manager No 4 Daily between Covington Lex ngton and Winchester On Saturdays General Offices Covington Ky Â¬ Â¬ CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE BUTTE MONTANA Persoos desiring to takp i through Northern Mimiewa V i or moHtaim for the iurxe of I over the ewiHtry or with the sehctlig a new home wl botiiHlariea of the GRAMISi LESS THAN ONE CENTPEU II No rouml trip rate bt ini more i an TWENTY lXJLLAitS iK GREAT FALLS HELrNA WHEAT BELT IN THE WiUJl ami au agricultural country ai l for iiveroiftetl farming da r stoek iiqw t will do well t i advantage of these rate PALACH SLBKPIN0 AND BUFi I T t i FMKK COLOXISfT SLEEPER I QTJEEET A2TD CEESCEHT SOUTE AND FAVORITE - To The Public Cincinnati Southern and Associate Boads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT LINE TO information yr home ticket ora to anj of tbe company Kent For ma ami a c I BOOTS SHOES AND HATS n jn LLAGE RICES New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the t n a i nM i rl fl nL TIT ti mcmaifuiuB auuui Jias lima uUiiui 8- - F I WHITNEY Genl Pass Tkt St Paul A M t reL GRASS AND FIELD Largest and mot cotnpVe Central Kentucky Our me Goods and Lowest Consistent Vr P CARROLL Mi 77 and 7 LEriiNji N tiv jann iy s SEEDS C81KS WMEflf ALL THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST the Important Cities of the Sontli without change Have just gotten n au immense stock of Goods Morning and Nidit Trains AlTr Ullly T inn JLllHti inSeJTor FLORIDA IN RUNNING THROUGH CARS TO JACKSONVILLE TWJSNTY BiailT HOURS Travelers have a choice of two kinds of Sleeping Car on Cnnninl J OlltO QUEKN AND CHESCBNT ROUTE Maun Elegant Bou Â¬ opCCiai doir Buffet Car and Pullmans Finest Palaca Buffet Sleeper State Room Pattern passengers holding ticket via IhH line ar Urand Central Union Depot In Cincinnati therefore saved transfer across the City and are assured a journey attended with speei comfort and convenience Vriiri ELSE iAiLS C Beet Coegh Syrup Tastssgnou ib azoe mu dt anxffi3i3 iLIrla GRADES PRICES Nearly All the Leading Railroads andt i82 ITSSSmrETSlMraFSTSTTJ 1 2 bE ol Travel via- - Queen and Crescent JOHNCOAULT Ua 1 believe Pisca Curo for Consumption saved my life A H Howell Editor Enquirer EJen ton N C April 23 lbS7 General Offices St Paul Building West Fourth St Cincinnati Ohio DUEDWARDS Acting General Passenger Agent General Manager R X RYAN R CA RROLL General Freight Agent General Superintendent 1 Z7 J QUINLAN General Advertising Agent WALLACE RiCE A Higgiiis HE GROCERY OH UPPER H1 STREET The best Cough Zlcd cine is Pisos CVtf re it CoifSTTMrTiojr Children take it without object n jjy an arugsnst3 -- j ewes wfF in Fif mis I EestCtKtthSjrap Tastin--- 0 D P ARMER THE STREET JEWELER Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands of Roasted Cofleo Pure Rio Combination of Rio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocha Pure Private Plantation Java Pure Arabian Mocha and Genuine Male Berry Java These goods are all kept in air tight tin cns New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best 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