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SE i riBSnSf i W i - a I K tggg M v t yJS- -r z ST f - 1iJl EPapri2 NUMBER 18 VOLUME H Ffflrv ynitcahfiSfS E i RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17 1888 trStTiE TUB MARBCIIAL XIBL ROSE One FllOFESIONAL CARDS DR A WILICES SMITH ZDtm2 The Marcclml Nlel ianne of the love- Â¬ liest rn en of ltd Uiiiil Hie noisette ami TICE LtMITEB TO DBKTISTRY In its ntinie anil origin there Houe of tlie liitliTto unwritten roiuatice- - of rlCEStnnlt Standing Mara Street liiurs 900 to 1200 M ia to tlieotHitt of FraiHe in tiieBecoiut Em P M junen tf pire In 18M when ilip French army was sent to help King Victor Kiiinmii D D S J C MORGAN tiel drive the Atlsiiitins out of Italy the Third Armv Ctirpi wan uoiiiiiiainl- OFFICE MMtH 4rtL nwr Mull etl by Genertil Keil Thin iiflk er as Notional lkutk Itteiintoird Kv liis name implies came of one of Ihifee uielMtf Irish Dottle fHiiiilitw hn emigrated to By France nftt r the btttle of Itoyne in DR J M POYNTZ the same reaedr I ghully offer this 17sHastlhl the MoMhIioik the Fltz -- ItIAX 1 II AND of all similarly SUKGBON f5 Ja me- - anil nt here win are now Iiisli OFFKK SeeeiH street next to in nothing but their nunie- - Ofin ral Yv iU Itig Store JHHefiStf For children afflicted with cokU Kiel had com ma ml etl mid fniight Ids coagrni sore throat or croup I do not corps uiiliMieh eminent nblltty ntid know of any remedy which will the G EVANS M D wore speedy relief than Ayers Cherry tlisiintjuished entirsge that when peace 1 pwf- - I hare found it also invalu whs made With his cniuitrymen and le in caes of whooping conirti AKD SURGEON LorJy I3B1 Wairiungton street friend MMcMahun he una created a Or KICK Heeond street Uoeton Maw Marshal of France It was wi Il nigh Ayera Cherry Pectoral lias proved juitiif autumn before General Nirl was able remarkably effective in croup and ht 5TSjniUUs family medicine to return to France He had been ter- Â¬ DRS TAYLOR ASHE D K Brj ant Clueopee ialU Mam ribly wounded mid had suffered be Â¬ V a- - ii ner in Medlettte ami Susgeo Giienj Peeteral sides from the ilremUul fever of the RICHMOND ICY Italian nmralies Formontlis he wu OFFICE SeetMHl Mreetover Djkes between lite and tleath with only Ilia rBKPiKED BY t nr Sir juneSit surgeon who wa his coiibtant com Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass eoMbyallDrocsfeu rrteeei eU bottle 5 imtilon and a eotdler servant who DR JOHN M proved to be an admirable nurse In his MALX STREET 4 3 illness and couvaleMMttcence xt l Luxihs Up alrs One day 11 prnsaut woman brought i - it iMf mi nun 11 liim rt whole banket of w ild roes from tie n AI3FJeld Ott hud CanipaguH region General Kiel s been extremely fond ol DR r sef anil most of thee were new to Oil ix 14 sMaVfeetottaf services to the t him and thus f ervet to aniline him 9C M- in dntx Mure mi lewir Maiirf until ilipj were iticrel He observ- Â¬ t itHimMi Kjr S ly ed however tliht one pHrlicnlar thont lind iol ladetl and ditd like the other DR U C AM E ROSE hiiliiad grown into a hcmitifnl green fierhap ten inches long plant t mvv wuriiiungnoe Of-- Tift When he hXKl KY renr dQijgcr WJf fee attxcicSL had grown looked to seeuh this one ami lite others failed he i 1 lunr c M 4 uViortc Ih lli af- oocKfieaauae ffiWofTrn J UKubArrr 1HNU found that a bit of the root had been i r22 tf cutaway with he flower which was of a puli h jellou hue Fcarcelv know AY T SRXSMITi M D 1721 iiil why JM determined to Keep the tdinot mi curiously pre erveil When sIIYIUIAX AXW SUKGEOX he letuiiietl to Iiris he placed the win re uxuu ky young shoot with an eXjiert floricultur- Â¬ msftilisaa vfcapto the ist ami next spring it In re four of the The Origins Wins c g- Qr loveliest ImiJs in the world of a pale St JOUM Prosr V Simmow Liver K Medicine Ett M C Hiatm lemon tinge At that lime General J tf CtHHKiieoN iSo m tlw U S Court HktEATs JJ Ii ZOinProprA Qbimmom Liv- Kiel w a sell I for lb rebel ve the high Â¬ HEATH fc 00RN8LIS0N Kltd by ZeiUo S68- uT1 est ml Jury miik hen Known in crnd IrtctGkiiTto BilIoishpsA Iracticmg Physicians France the Grand Ciosh of the Legion rwiupiCK JteADACHKLOLT AlTtTITI SOIR bTOMACH KtC unit his commis ioii a Muriliul of HSVXD KBXTOCICY ACnurch Aaaaix Teon writes France in presenre of three Emperors f Hiir irsfe miwnal ervic- - i i 1 should have bcea aead bat iUuck ami all the Kings iu Europe worth j jot your oenaine M A Sua- naming After the solemn ceremony sometimes had lo substftate Zeilins ataiTforyoar Medi ws eiidetl and he wore for the firsl DR GILES HARRIS fitsl CUKi WH K doot asswer tkc time hi llmt tlay the Grand Cross of pmpwc m j UcmpbisTTean T k raTcs njntor the Iagiou of Honor he went to the WAOO KY it r I rem ml u Itcepiiin of the Empress who was - In- Medicine and bare used half of it trfawiuMtit eTVrM to tdt spit ndid hi her perfection ot lieuulj It lAlilr rKim T jat PetUx Liver Keptuor and and oeseiitel to her a curious elloA louuy bo mote of Zulias auatate tsh rtKe of perfection form and per- Â¬ DR S M fume but different from any she hud IHYSJCIAX AVD SUrKHSOX evt r seen uud told her it story Ami mi 3011 have proved the truth ItRHMOn KBXJUCKY 49 1 of what the oM ablte iHed to say iu his office on Mr ttu4 janly dreadfully tttlious sermons at Pan atxiut eustiogthe bread on the waters siM the Empre s who like Queen H M D EIuiImIIi loved a line man to the iIYSleiAN and SUKGEON haudomest and most durimr us well RICHMOND KY as one of the ablest of the Mahals of the Second Empire Dear me but he OFFKJK tefmNi rtrerf Hext door to was teliu that good abbe Vuf DrMjc SMr- continu- Â¬ witj HtiMiiM givti lo MlenHfjf-i-a- i ed her Majesty with the softest look mikI trtnkwl fxuniiiialkMM ul of retrospection in her lovely dark ti-od HhMm ofttt- Imimmm Ittxly Kow Monsieur le Marechul eie said she vivciou ly I shall chris- Â¬ ten this ro e for you DR C S HOLTON Do so said the Franco Irish sol- Â¬ dier tawing ery low but flashing at jearrthie Phyafciaa and Sargeen her a gance of profound admiraiitiii RtcMMOK KsirrvcKY so warm that it tleepenetl hpr color a rn man una mniii n iinaTaiaM r ir iltle as they stood alone for though 7ho Populsx Tiina between tlue Main Street over D M Bright IndianapoHs the great salon of the place was crowd Â¬ i i i hours 8jo to iimo A M swo to Cincinnati ed no one dured interrupt a tete-a-teI M LAFAYETTE and which shehcr elf had allowed between social attention given to tfWea ee of n nt n anj all ddncnlt chrome cacen the Empress uud the handsomest Gen- Â¬ nt feated at a ditance and n btlrt Trriej ECI THEM6H TfHkHt Ces I jthic incdicinea sent to any d- - Pallmaa Sleenlnf- Cars and Elerant He eral of his tlay n Lightly putting the rop to her lip- i etlnlng Chair Curs on Ztiffht Trains mayio iy Hanifioent Parlor Cars en Say Train n 8hesuid It is named the Alarerhal Kiel for the soldier sane peur ct sans DR H R GIBSON 3 XZ AIKTS -- Brrwj-EJc reprocfie as gallant iu the salon an he l ji ioiver in Medicine Sttrery Lou is is on the littlt field and 01 C JWlrrEjTto foo C L St L REO HOUSE KY Biff Far This gracious speech w ent straight to ad Vaedalis Use Patltsaji Bnflet Sleeping- Cars Pullman Reclining the ureat soldiers Irsh heart Chair Cars New First Class Coache Second Yon will wear it to night Yi ur Ma Â¬ FAIN DR Class Coacbes and Baggage Cars all run through vftJboet change between Cincinnati and t Imus jesty will you not and afterward give UNION OLTYKY it to ine to keep this happy rose ElogaRt Reclining Chair Caro Oil rs his priifuxinaHit to the V Monsieur le Marechal imrru said the 1 u In OfBoe at utttra wPa UL Empres s with great dignity and 12 VIA THE I pray jour forgiveness he an- Â¬ W Sbort IJae C I Rt L k C m4 T B T CommccCIous Reclining Chair Cars swered BETWEEN Ko no I am not as angry as I Ontario Vetrtinary Gode isKftelis llsi aai Iwhk Im ought to be she replied but but YhlEKLNARY SURGEON Via SH2LD01T people migiit hear ami with 11 Par C andTr WKJJ4 thiun glance she departed Oln e at Fox Stable sad it riileere St feais and Ieoria eitxe IJomle Four days therealler Colonel Lewal to rorJtele caencctioot are made with all KENTUCKY and HirilMOXD frea tbe Aertbirect Wost and 8oathwet then Kiels chief of stair but not long U til rrisafsl rtu shice Minister of War fur the French Ifcrtsfh ThttU oi Uuf Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I ft I PARRISH Coupon iC Ily also via this line at allcoontrr TkI t Republic observed his chief take a Ogees thronarhoot the surreptitious rosebud out of an envelope Allonieys At IOHN EGANOealFetaBdTLtXErEt he had just recleved and lock it up in CEfCTUXATLQ RICHMOND ICY a private drawer LeIies Popular 11I MttentioH Ktven to atotnteting Mqmlily tiint tn UihJm ih Ban or 11 Keiitueky Hle HI Cf IMAX UliMillg t E 0R10IN OP GENIUS inerMala and oeoml HUt eU up June 32 tf Columbus was the eon of a weaver htni and a weaver hims elf BURNAM E Rabelais son of un apothecary Claude Larralne was bred a pastry cook Mollere sou of a tapestry maker liKHMOKD ICKNTOCKY Cnrvautes eervetl as a common sol- Â¬ Cswasrclal Gsllege CIH0cToE3flcTY A R Hiu OHICK wW VF dier Jmuo Si U Ovxtptea 3 Lara Holla ana 7 Koom mi Kirt BWaet was a beggar 1 tLrga SluMild It - of lives annually an U peculiarly efficacious in Croup Whooplns Cough and Soro Throat JlAeanxteBuv Practice of nearly one of a century Ayeru Clwrry Sectoral is lay core for recent toll and I preBcrlbe h and believe it to be the very best expectorant bow offered to the people Dr John C LeTfa Draawat We Bridgewater la Some years ago Ayers Cherry Pec Â¬ toral cured me of aatlima after the beat Ucal sidU had failed to pre me re- Â¬ lief A few weeks since being again a little troubled with the promptly lve Ayera eares titouBands oufij eiuuooiiyiu Chrry Teetoral BETTER THAN POVDER of the Hitherto Unwritten Hocianccs of the Second Empire Relieved S2y wt W iinHIAX Ayers FOSTER Inr PHIL ROBERTS m alas jlj7 mmm feSlCKNSSS tfi nr -sn To the already long list of so called high oxpkwivos of which there ore about thirty usod in industrial pur Â¬ suits or for waf purposed another very powerful oxplosivo agent has just been ridded As its name Carbo dynamitd implios carbon forms part of ite constitution It should lit stated thai J ft drdinary dynamite seventy five per cent of nitro glycarinc Is absorbed by twenty five per cent of klos ilguhr an oarthly mineral specially suitable for the manufacture of dynamite on ac- Â¬ count of itd absorbent property but kieselguhr has this disadvantage that it is iuoombustiblo In ninety parts by weight of nitro Â¬ glycerine are taken tip by tonparts of a specially prepared carbon of a very JWrous nature As carbon U com- Â¬ bustible it adds to the explosive offect of the whole mass and in this respect it will be seen carbo dynamito is superior to ordinary dynamite But it possesses other advantages which wero demonstrated at other trials carried out at Treherbert Rhondda valley South Wales In the first experiment an eighty pound double headed steel rail placed on its side was smashed through by an ounce and a half of carbo dynamite about nine inches of the rail being blown clean away In the noxt a largo bowl tier Of hard sandstone weighing about two tons was broken up by a two ounce charge of carbo dynamite Equal charges of a quarter ounce of carbo dynamito and ordinary dynamite were also exploded inside two thick lead cylindors of a capacity of four and throe fourths cubic inches with the rosult that this capacity was ex Â¬ panded to nearly thirty six cubic inches with carbo dynamite but to only twenty one incho3 with ordinary carbo-dyno-mi- to X Towerfat Aqront Ail lo J to tUo orillRh Kxplosltca lin TJjt tho rejuvenated fellow remembers this The flies and insects would avoid them was just what he once believed of it in the morning but at midday they do himself and was finally sure of when not detect them so readily If those webs have any significance his classmates flocked round him and as signs of the weather this may bo Take nearly shook hia arms off novel to the seashore for food of ro the explanUron A heavy djw oeoura under a clear tuancol cries the fairly fascinated Why In this old paokaga of uool sky an I the night preceding a roaderletters there are more starts add sur day Of rain Is uettitUy a dewhub night prises more themes for pathetic re Much dew th 3d HteaiM fair weather flection more burstd of golden sun and a copious daw discloses the spi shine and glooms of lowering eloudsi dera webs It U tbe dew that is sig than Balzac or Victor Hugo ever tilflcant and not the wbs John Bar packed into the most world famous ro- Â¬ roujlts iu Si Xicholas mance At least the tears and exultaWHITE ELEPHANTS U - TAVLOffS TOOTOMETER A Novel Invention Which Iiegbter the Whistles of locomotives Frank B Taylor of Bridgeport SHACKELFORD Es3oDa3ZOKrjo GEMTRY Sai k CO I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ And tions came closer home to me hero ha hits it Closer home to him Here lies tho spoil of the pcokage of old letters It roveais one human life at least as tt unity df andle u variety It gives the past the distinctness of tho present filling up and making solid ground of the abyss that divided thenl The dear familiar faoee- - how they crowd round A meed of gratitude of congratulation of sympathy of pity for each Unman life after all tho heart now feels is not the barren thing one is so apt to think it when surrendered to a singlo monotonous mood Of course there are a plenty of sha1 low poople ready to say that it makes them simply sad to read old letters A great mistare this Perpetually ono lights on 6ubjools of felicitation Now he is so glad he failed to win the heart of a certain delectable Mary though once it nearly killed him now ao glad his speech was hissed or his article re- Â¬ fused and so ho was put to hb trumps to do bettor Halt his worst failures he sees in the light of these old letters to have been his most signal triumphs Hard at the time these failures but now as ho looks back at them they have become to him Like motmta n langes overpassed In purple distance fair dynamite Similar charges of the two explosives were then placed inside two thick steel tubes each one foot long Tho ordina- Â¬ ry dynamite burst its tube well but tho carbo dynamite did its work much bet- Â¬ ter bending the tube as well as burst- Â¬ ing it and sending it some fifteen yards from the point of explosion The last experiment in tho open con- Â¬ sisted in placing one ounce each of carbo dynamite and ordinary dynamito on flat steel disks three inches in di- Â¬ ameter and five sixteonths of an inch thick and supported on rings or col-Â¬ lars After the explosion it was found that tho ordinary dynamite had indent- Â¬ ed its disk a quarter of an inch whilo the carbo dynamite had caused a con- Â¬ cavity seven sixteenths of an inch deeper than the other besides driving its supporting ring deeply into tho ground In order to show that in using carbo dynamito in underground work no noxious fumes arise an experiment was modo in a tunnel half a mile long constructing for tho Rhondda Swan- Â¬ sea Bay railway When a shot had been fired in the rook at tho heading of the tunnel with one pound of carbo dynamite no deleterious fumes could be detected When howovor subse- Â¬ quently a shot was fired with ono pound of ordinary dynamite noxious vapors wore plainly discernible consequently will enablo miners to pursue their arduous work without injury to health and tho ad- Â¬ vantage churned for it that no inju- Â¬ rious fumos are generated in its ex- Â¬ plosions seems to be well established As carbo dynamite is not affected by moisture not exuding or parting with its nitre glycerine when exposed to damp or water it may safely bo mixed with that liquid in any required pro- Â¬ portion and thus treated used in fiery mines the large volume of steam gen Â¬ erated at tho moment of explosion not only extinguishing any flame which might have bean produced but also adding considerably to the effect of tho shot It is further stated that the man- Â¬ ufacture of carbo dynamite is simple and inexpensive and that its cost to the user will not exceed that of ordina- Â¬ ry dynamite These latter points re- Â¬ main of course to bo proved but from what has been said of its uso and ef- Â¬ fect there can be no doubt that a very formidable rival has arisen to ordinary dynamite and that the introduction of carbo dynamite in mining or tunneling work is only a question of time Carbo-dynamite f i Ah tho glamour of beauty ho re-Â¬ flects time and distance throw over steep aud ragged experience Why may not Heaven at last turn out to bo just such a reading of old letters Lotion Herald ANONYMOUS The LETTERS iTHIir FIOHT Omnproent lolice IVliIch tYatchcJ Over Iubllc ilea unit Editors But the anonymous writer may de- Â¬ cide to comment only w ithout direct- Â¬ yiy T -- 1 if LETCHER W BRIGHT -- - te 11 so Cincinnati St - T J Chambers Journal OLD LETTERS READING eteea Cincinnati Peoria A rioasurablo raatlme That la Neglected In These lSnsy Days J MARLIN V S In these busy days how many people everfind time to rummage out a pack age of time stained old letters and then Â¬ Mi TURNER Linr t- HLiio2ny - T at Xrara - Homer Attorney at Scaar Flfyt rhFIE n ily ucounterf bjr ir J A SULLIVAN jHHRI MS a av a ami tfiMS VaWlaUrVaUtll V iu hmond kttcuicy Ooanty ae r t J Warttfaaa treet same p Jine ll Cieaoi rt StslBiivnsi Cottegt in the HfcrW HUheiK SIoSi-u- - er Domostheiies son of a cutler Terence was a slave RlehRrdsou was n printer Oliver Cromwell the sou of a brew- Â¬ Howard an apprentice to a grocer lienjmnhi Franklin n journeyman IIw9r Jn1 Wndent Ute t it H tro JiiJji- - C S Attorney atKYSaaiR lUCHWOKD ottlee o ijseoati Street POWELL JjaeSStf REED Attornsy at 3Lsawil A T V - practice h 1 adfeoH and tufotiHug inuieti ana tlie Court afAptteal--Hiaa Hiifsiotiors in MaatBr - v r Circuit office i I e it JJii Cti W S MOBERLEY Attorney atKYXsaia ti 1UCHMOKD iffi e cuw Mala nd First etreels 1- Biairs over lULBafceyB Wliltftehl son of an Inn keeper at Grtiueeeter iip niirri ial BoMnou Arllbnit Sir Chiudely Shovel Rear Admiral of England w k an apprentice to a OenraV IncSiW T 1 shoemakerand afterwards a cabin boy are ril- Trwwrftnn T Touias Paine sou of a etuymaker U lb B a s Conr- at Theifnru lataa Lrtician was the son of a statuary Virgil of a potter t tel ty I fll Horace f a sh ip keeper wPnIv tr nat v r l Ou Plums a liaker Jrtoa Ur tiFlXJ5i 1 B Dr tSainu l Joiiiistou was the sou of 18 a irMik eilerat Lichlield Ben Johnson woiked for sometime agt bricklayer Unbeit Burns was a ploughman In Ayidilie Hreny Kirk White son of a butcher Largest and niot complete stock in at Nottingham Best Oi - motto Shakespeare tbe eon of a wood-staplCentri Kentucki Coiiistent Prices Goods and I CARROLL Milton son of money screlvner 77 and 79 W Main St Potte son of a merolmnt Lexington Ky jaaux iy Srmrli alrral flsHMWMWill 1W rsii in nttMKanc e tl- ntst itw WB tVjotiriMi r Vmrtfn npln lmVL t tueaHl printer rclrii 7 in isrT uul1 iilt- irs ri GRASS AND FIELD Lcet SEEDS er yield themselves up to tho spell of quietly reading them No even If goipg away to the seashore or tho mountains they preferably stow away a novel or two in tho valise and trust to these to supply them with all need- Â¬ ful romance And yet there is moro romance to bo got out of one pookngo of old letters from intimate associates of ones youth than out of half a circulat- Â¬ ing library of novels With most men and women of forty or fifty tho un- Â¬ stirred memory of tho early days of life has grown utterly vagus and shadowy All forgotten with them is how they used to exult and weep and hope and despair all forgotten how rapturous the wine of youth was how bitter its dregs and lees But now comes the package of old letters to the rescue Under its enchanting wand become positively tho sensations startling as tho diorama of the past begins to unroll and scene after scene breaks in with its old vivid associa tions Tho first to be opened is perhaps a lotter from the long dead dear old mother It was written when her boy first left for the boarding school or to seek his fortune in the world and with tho rereading of it across the abyss of time how tho heart beats again with the old fears and hopes the old clinging embrace tho old boyish resolve never to bring grief or shame on such devotion Naxt comes a let-Â¬ ter from a Damon or Pythias of a farÂ¬ Poor Tom the away schoolmate heart sighs before one begins to read as one recalls how sad a fate in lifo tho unhappy follow haJ But no trace of foreboding in tho letter Tom is tho old young Tom of fourteen years He has just been to a dancing party whore he had a cotillion and the Vir ginia reel with alryt fairy Mary Phelps She looked like an angel Toms affi davit for it Her eyes danced with joy and Tom thought he knew the reason why Then followed a college letter It was from the rcadors dear proud sister She has heard all about her brothecte class day oration Susan Alcott had written her that it wna pro-Â¬ nounced a combination ot the charm of Cioero tbe fire of Demosthenes and he Ganges volume of Burke- - Yes Â¬ ing He may feel constrained merely to bear his testimony to the worthloss ness of the editors labors the ab- Â¬ surdity of his opinions the meanness of his motives and the lamentable folly of his conduct It is comical to think of the avalanche of such letters which pours pitilessly into the sanctum The charitable waste baskets can scarce accommodate the drifts The wisdom which proceeds from statesmen in the barbers chair and on the benches of Union and Madison squares overflows in this annonymoiw correspondence It is in vain that tho editorial male- Â¬ factor attempts to escape judgment Tho anonymous letter writer knows much better than he knows himself and his efforts to po3e as a patriot as a lover of order as a friend of prog- Â¬ ress will be sternly oxposed to tho Ono who scorn of mankind by by knows You Aristides by know who and by that terrible fel- Â¬ low who keep3 soeiety in such good A foe to fraud3 and hum- Â¬ order bugs The great public will be glad to know of this omnipresent invisible po- Â¬ lice which rogulntos public men and editors giving tho reprobates their deserts in the anonymous letter There was a public man with a lively sense of humor who said that whenever ho made a speech of importance or signif- Â¬ icance he received a lotter beginning uniformly Well Poriclos what do you think of yourself now and pro- Â¬ ceeding to ask whether he was not yet aware of the profound odium into which ho had fallen There said Pericles oro the humorous reliefs of public life- - The importance which Chronicle such worthy people attach to the ex- Â¬ OURE ALL VENDERS pression of their dislike the ingenious asperity of their tone and at the end of the fulminating document no name Composition of Patent Corn Salve and Turkish Toothache Drops all reminds mo in another way of I want a box Thackerays description of George the grease in stock of the cheapest axle Â¬ one half pint of alcoHo laughed as he recalled hol Fourth one ounce of oil of mustard three it dozen small tin salvo boxes and the Does the gontle reader recall it same number of one half ounce vials Did he perhaps hoar Thackeray read Now that was certainly a queer-lookin-g it with his rioh voice and its rollick- Â¬ purchase for such an ornory ing tone when he came to the humor- Â¬ looking So the fellow to bo making Â¬ ous passages Does it not seem an- druggist asked him kindly to come in other New York in which these lect- Â¬ and look at his samples when the wine Ho is describ- Â¬ in them was ures were delivered red soon tho ing tho fourth George but it is tho fakir for such heand hemaking hadcon- Â¬ was a writer of such letters as Periales re Â¬ fession to him And this was the ceives with his pretontious drift of it his perfumed air of supe-Â¬ These things cost me less than 70 riority and his air of pompous impu- Â¬ dence who seems to have sat for tho cents I shall sell tho boxes and vials portrait Ltry to take him to pieces when they aro filled at 25 cents each and find fine silk stockings padding six dozen in all equal to 18 But I stays a coat with frogs and a fur col- Â¬ havo material sufficient for twico that of lar a star and blue ribbon a pocket number 80 boxes and vials so that for cents moro or about 1 about prodigiously handkerchief scented Any ono of Truofitts best nutty brown in all I shall realize 36 wigs reking with oil a set of teeth and trouble to sell Not a bit of it I rare- Â¬ a huge bltici stock under waistcoats ly stop at a farm house that I fall to more under waistcoats and then noth- Â¬ sell one of each sometimes two three George William Curtis in Har- Â¬ or a half dozen while at every village ing enter a dozen or so go off like hot pers Magazine cakes What is it you say and how do I work it Nothing simplor The THE SPIDERS WEB axle grease goes into tho tin boxe3 I Why It Is Store Noticeable on Soma did not ask for tho cheapest to save money but for tho smelL Ive dono Moraines Thau on Others I read a statement not long ago considerable patent medicine vending about the spiders webs that cover the and have found that the viler the smell fields and meadows on certain morn- Â¬ the readier it sells This axle grease ings in the summer which was not en- Â¬ once it is in the tiny tin box I call it tirely oxaoL It la-- not quite true in corn salvo receipo obtained from a the sonso in which it was uttered that Sioux medicine man Nine people in these spiders webs are more abvndant ten in the country havo corns on thoir on some mornings than on others and feet and a single smoll of the stuff is that they presage fair weather Now enough to effect a sale In the vials I the truth is that during the latter half pour two tablospoonsful of alcohol five of summer those webs are about as or six drops of the oil of mustard and abundant at one tlmo as at another fill it up with water The vial then but they are much more noticeable ou becomes toothache drops which I some mornings than on others a learned how to make I mean to tell from a Turk heavy dew brings them to view They the people this are especially conspicuous after a whose llfo I saved in the Soa morning of fog such as often fills our of Marmora and he gave me the recipe deeper valleys for a few hours when out ot gratitude Theres lots of tooth They then look like ache among farmers their wives and fall approaches little napkins spread all over tho daughters As to their virtues what meadows I saw fields last sum Â¬ of that There are probably hundreds mer in August when one could of men in the United States engaged step from one of theso dew napkins to like me in selling nostrums to village another for long distances They aro and country people not one of whom little nets that catch the fog Every knows or cares whether there be virt uo in them Do I over hear from thread is strung with innumerable Bless you fine drops like tiny beads After an those I have victimised hour of sunshine the webs apparent Â¬ this country is big and wide and I never return the way I go and am dis Â¬ ly are gone Most country people I find think inclined to sell at the houses at whleh tho are due to nothing but the moist Â¬ j I put up for the night until the follow- ure others soera to think that the ing morning I give it taymt straight spides take them in as morning ad Â¬ young man I do not miss a sale one R it they are still vances there j time in ten and wero I not so averse strotciiej above 1ho grass at noos and lo gadding about I should follow this at siset as abmdat as tbey-- wove at buainebo as a livelihood Theres ten sunrise and are the more serviceable times as much in it aa in farming tothe spiders because less visible Chicago Htmtd Itaro Uc aati Tint Aro Kept as Sacred by Oriental Monarch As is well known what is termed a white elephant is a rarity and I have 6nly seen One Of them during tho wholo term of my residence ifi BdMah It was not really white either but of d dirty yellowish color not at all hand- Â¬ some and probably the light color is caused by a species of leprosy This kind is an albino among elephants The Burmese have gone to war with tho Siameso on sevoral occasions for tho possession of white olephants so highly valued were they Large re-Â¬ wards were formally given to any ono who discovered tho whereabouts of a He could not attempt white elephant to capture it for himself it being a treasonable offense to do so but had to inform the King where tho animal wa3i Thd capture was usually ef- Â¬ fected with the aid of A iiaridsomo tamo female who acted the part of decoy to perfection She was sent to go and meet tho white elophant and attract his attention She would pre-Â¬ tend she did not desire his proffered enressos and walk away in tho direc- Â¬ tion of tho inclosuro modo for his re-Â¬ ception looking back howover as if to say Follow me He of course does follow her and is lost She lead3 him into the inclosure where ho is soon secured by the hunters sent by the King He is then led in state to the palace of the King where a hand seme and highly decorated stable has been built for his reception Ho is fed with sugar caie and fruit and addrnod with golden ornamentsi The cause of all this respect being paid to the so called white elephant was the universal belief in metempsy- Â¬ chosis or the transmigration of souls prevalent in all the Oriental nations to the oast of Hindostan The souls or spirits of those who had achieved tbe greatest good on earth are believed to fill the bodies of white creatures Tho osjsenco of theBuddhns the performors of the greatest good of all therefore only inhabits tho bodies of white ani- Â¬ mals such as tho occasional white monkey swans and doves the latter time migrations when Hearing tho su- Â¬ preme heaven Neibhan being into the forms of the higher white animals and a white elephant from the rarity of the occurrence is the highest Thus tho King by obtaining such an animal might possibly be tho happy and honored possessor of Buddha him- Â¬ self I was informod that the money value of a white elephant was fully 60000 The King of Siam has several of these rare animals who are taken great caro of have a rotinue of servants to attend upon them and arc accordod royal honor3 The story of how these Kings form-Â¬ erly used them for the purpose of ruin- Â¬ ing any of their subjects who wore be-Â¬ coming too wealthy is woll known One of these white elephants was sent to the individual dosirod to be humbled as a valuable gift from tho King Tho luckless nobleman dared not refuse the present as ho valued his life but was obliged to receive tho animal build a special residence for him and spend large sums in keeping- - him in stately comfort The result was generally tho financial ruin of tho person who had received the fatal gift This accom- Â¬ plished the King took posession again of tho elephant Cbr San Francisco Conn the inventor of the soco phono for transmitting messages or holding conversations with engineers whilo under full speed on their locomo Â¬ tives has just patented a device which he calls a tooto meter la reality it is tt speciod of phonograph Mr Taylor was led to believe that some mechan- Â¬ ical device could be employed to settle the oft disputed question in regard to whistling at grade crossings There aro a largo number of grade crossings in this State upon which annually many lives are lost The relatives of those killed almost invariably claini that the locomotive whistle was not sounded in time to warn the victims The railroad companies to protect themselves against damages dispute tho point so often taken- - Mi Taylor now comes to the front with a tell tal whistling register which takes the sound from the whistle every time it k blown and records it In order to explain its workings tho run of any engine on the New York New Haven road may be used for illustration Say engine No 120 draws the seven oclock morning train from New Haven to New York The engine is backed up in front of the de-Â¬ pot and attached to the train The engineer George Corbett steps into the dispatchers s office to get the time or set his watch exactly with the standard time The dispatcher hands which is tho engineer a tootomoter already set for Engineer Corbetts ruB It is numbered to correspond with the engines number aid is dated and of- Â¬ ficially locked so that it is impossible for any one to alter its register of the whistle soundings The tootometer is placed in a pocket bracket on the front of the cab just beneath the whistle Inside the tootometer is a long roll of tin foil upon which are stamped cross lines representing every grade crossing on the road The roll is unwound from one axle to another by means of a small clock attachment so that each line representing a cross- Â¬ ing will be brought to the sounder opening precisely at the same mo Â¬ ment that the locomotive speeds Over At the proper the grade crossing distance before reaching the grade crossing the engineer blows the stan- Â¬ dard signal two long and two short blasts or T o oot t o ot too too The sounds are registered by the tootometer Should the engineer fail to sound bis whistle the tooto- Â¬ meter would show an empty blank And so the run is made to New York tho tootometer rolling off its strip of tinfoil in time and unison with the movement of the engine All trains are run on exact time on this road so there is very little chance of the tootometer disagreeing with the timo grade crossing are reached If extra whistling is done to drive cows off the track or blown for other pur- Â¬ poses than graJ3 crossings the sounds are all regiatorel and an exact record taken of all Ui3 whistles blasts and the oxact location of the engine on the rails at the time of the blasts is de-Â¬ noted from one end of the road to the other At tho conclusion of the trip is banded by the tho tootometer engineer to the proper official who removes the roll of sounds and preÂ¬ pares and adjusts the tootometer for the return trip The strips of tin- Â¬ foil are carefully indexed and pre-Â¬ served for future reference aud the engineer credited or charged with omissions of whistle In tho event of a person being killed on a grade crossing the tootometer will truthfully indicate the whittle blasts and denote the distance at which they wore blown before the crossing was reached The tinfoil strips can be produced at an inquest or in a court of justice in evidence and dissipate the necessity of an enormous amount of swearing as to the fact of the whistle having sounded or not By running the strips through a phonograph the oxact volume of sound and the key of the whistle can be reproduced This can be done at any future convenient time Mr Taylor the inventor has assurances that his invention will go 1 World into very general use Easrxjoji The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricul- Â¬ tural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Richmond IN FACT THE LARGEST IN TUB INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OP THE OLDEST HAVING IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR MORE IN THIS TOWN B98 We keep constantly on hand a Urge stock-- of BUILDERS HARDWARE all kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON M KERS MATE- Â¬ RIAL Akoa LARGE and FULL LINE of all good in other lines that w Special attention giten to urnUhing Nails Hinges Bolts Ac for Tefcacco handle Barns We are the agents for the rrvo t Celebrated Farming Implements and Machinery The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or ctarrv The Fanner Can find all he wants under our roof Machinery Tracc dusiss Hames Hay forks Shoveh Ac The Carpenter and Builder can find all he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the only complete stock of lass Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the town We of course cant enumerate all the goods we handle but ask afl to coane asad Ttaejr writ see for themselves the stock of goods we keep in our 137 foot store houw find wi THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our huriuens and oaly Our Mr Gentry bem a practical wrrhanar hi mott competent workmen ive pecl attention to all work done m that line ROOFING GUTTERING RE PAIRING J as he has done ill the past Our long experience in our business enables us to be well up m it m the way of markets and During our goods strictly for cah enables u to bur at the aattorn price and that benefit we give to our customer Dont forget that you can always find tho lowest prices and the best goods at the oU reliable house of SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO- - ii mch2i tf ro-SE-- W 0 STP JfirfM Cor 4 hi Richmond Ky AT McKEES OLD STAND First and Main Streets If HATS mil rlllSling iiTh ir IFS CLA GOODS TRURKS sTS- - Mil Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats c Handkerchiefs Hosiery A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men Call and sec my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all 1 other kinds of suits Underwear in profusion Prices to meet the demands of the times Â¬ aprl8tf W Be WHITE y TRAPPING A MAN EATER I an Indian Maharajah A great deal has been read and heard about the wonderful man eating tiger in tho Calcutta Zoological Gardens but few people know how the Maharajah contrived to catch the formidable brute which he presented to the gar- Â¬ dens The numbsr of human victims destroyed by this man eater is various- Â¬ ly stated at from eighteen to three When its depredations were hundred considered to have become insupport- Â¬ mav2 tf able tho Maharajah had a pitfall pre Â¬ pared for it and baited with a live bullock Two days afterward somo men who were watching from a tnachon spied tho dread foe creep up to the To send us 40 cents trap make a spring and disappear With yells of exultation which rose for one cf our above the roars of the tiger the men ran off to report the capture and soon all the ingenuity of Gidbaur was ex- Â¬ orcised to get the prize out of the trap aft l y aasH jm aWPJaT alive The plan devised was to dig a second pit somo yards from the first and let 6 in Wk M3C1E3 down a strong bamboo cage into it light Handr asd StroasT fin frrear and Oat Then a tunnel was made from tho last twe Ordinary Wrenches second pit to within a foot of the pit which confined tho tiger and tho oago AkBixbjck with a goat in it was pushed along Household S D Set door first to the end of the tunneL Tbto set cowfets of a rcwsod nnd anal Those arrangements being all com- Â¬ sad ICv r- U pleted the door of the cage was lifted foar totrrehaajreaUe ell raek xt insdnvniwoou ml eisBtriaassiue and the thin wall of curtain that still bos TbistooTU lonatKBUy iwtin I theerT OB OB at mum itw hore at tu otT remained between the tunnel and the pit the fanu Sires five va recrtt SI 00 was broken In a moment the impris- Â¬ Ask Your LocfilDcalcr oned tiger plunged through the open Â¬ tew iinFnt tlirin hr rill g t them if cage and upon the goat for Ba he ing into the rorvooorwMsrUl iltlu r an s shore ed ttm for ear tlltutrmtml eos- when the door was let fall never to be opened again till cage and tiger were uyi ELLKICH Z - CO Tames of India safe in Calcutta Plants- - VOf Conn How n Immense Tlgor Was Captured by Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Shingles Laths MCXEKS Want Yaoi initaBMdw Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky Songi and Dressed Iniiifoer B H MYERS ttjT At Vrmad mm mr MM a tfee bottom of all mj e Mrtfcigl L It a Jwuafu w hei uoBKtMj dtweiarlee avian ad arise stssped so Ike BStteas sat kau atnad Mass UaaEaaal WMasMVaUk MaBT su MPI YOU WAUT W L DOUCLAS Ta oaly calf S3 SKAlJMgw laaUa SO TACKS o WAX TKKKjn hart Ih- - frrt cas as haaaVwwed u t ILL 34tVT sUI W I BOCOLAS 8 HIOB rl i arc inly hfir 4ewa wlt 34 tom nuile hii oMttait from Si i w - imii sjw pnLir- no t ill RJt1l Mil an ln I rttrr an - hoi S r Tk n Saaontb l l fc o- - Wax TUrf I r Unrt tt fit I- tp3 Suggestive Statistics ft 34 HQSi ias H t i OKXCTKMITV 1 Prof Humphrey of Cambridge Uni Â¬ versity England mode a study of cases of lifo protracted to one hundred years or more Of sixty persons only four had ample mean of existence thirty feur were small farmers or sim- Â¬ ilarly sustniaed by their own manual labor and twenty two were quite indi- Â¬ gent All with scarce an exception were of small stature and frame All lived on nearly the same regular diet Of thirty eight case of this extreme longevity three never ate any meat feafrsaaroaly ever twenty very ilttle ten moderately and one much Nearly twice as many female as male cen Â¬ F Tribvmt tenarians can clothe you and furnish you with all the neeessary and unnsescxy appliances to rirtewaHc dance sleep eat fish hunt work go to ehuieh or stay at home aad la various styles and Quantities Just figure mt what is required to do all these thi rgs sir COKFSBTtUU and yon can make estimate ot the value of tb 3 CD VEJIH whioJj will be ant ujioa GTTIDB receipt of 10 eenta to p y l CO MONTGOMERY WARD Ul 114 Hichican Avonua CluaagolU She BTJTEB8 8UH3Jis Issued Mareh aad SeiC eaata jeax It Is an euajolopedia of usafol infor matron for aU who par chase the luxuries or Jw necessities of life 1Va - - forhiwrrxHii wr rtu I sis Is h hi t Sh- i ttl tif v acv usiiv-rt Ll il rl - rtK -- wr i Ot i ri - um VOKKIV i jiri ii i 9 r atr it i i i r s- - W I IM Wi I ol I I t i tl- 9l Al nwl la I ilKUt t JfcTON At aW lw FkKKXVV Vim r - ii i Ii- - hool Kt v W wr w i iu ti vs JifK Asnf Bk iMoad k BBSS 14 28 S Hoal Bool at Whites ITU More tf ind St near Garntt House v xi 9 THE CLIMAX rUBLlSHBB EVBRY WEDNESDAY TIIE PARTY OP PLAIN PEOPLE- - party is the party of the plain people Its BY THE mission is to govern for the generClimax Pmwtikg Co al welfare Its corner stone--enis that the humblest citizen is titled to the same protection as FRENCH TIPTON - Editors the most exalted It therefore Wk G WHITE f wants all the plain people without regard to race or color to enPItlCE PKK YEAR 150 dure for over that it may pre WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 17 18S8 serve free government and that it may strike down every monop oly or other powerful engine of despotism and oppression Jsvans ville Courier The Democratic Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Democratic Ticket FOR PRBS1DBNT TERRIBLE LOSS OP LIFE- - A shocking railroad disaster occurred near Wilkesbarre Penn 0P MBW YORK last Wednesday night in which the loss of life was something terPOK VIOE rRBSIDBNT rible to think upon and still more AiLLAN G TRURMAN terrible to the traveling public OF OHIO who so constantly place their lives in the hands of the railroad employees Fifty seven human FOR COKORISe souls were hurried from gay scenes B McCKEAItY JAUES and joyous festivities into eternity OP MADISON and as many more were injured The almost reckless carelessness noM Hugh McCuHocli Secre- of some railroad employes is hortary of Ibe Treasury in the Cabi rifying and when we read of wets of Presidents Iinooln Jolin accidents like this our hearts go son and Arthur says that lie will oet in pity to the afflicted families while we feel condemnation vote for President Cleveland for the criminal carelessness of I am Um heaviest manufactur- somebody At Hazelton 20000 er of lroakloth in tlw country people had assembled to do honor the tariff on it is 60 per cent to tlie memory of the temperance 30 per cent goes to pay labor and apostle Father Theobold Mat 40 per cent goes into my pocket tliew not a penny goes into the nation Tlie Associated Press dispatch al treasury l gives this description of tlie scene The testivities of the day are The Republicans of the Sixth ended The multitude joyous with Kentucky district have nominated the grandeur and success of the Robert Hamilton of Covington occasion are boarding the trains to oppose Speaker Carlisle The for the journey homeward Democrats are confident of a five is no thought of danger for There they thousand majority and bets are think not of the sad fate that being made that Carlisle will carry awaits many of them the imthe district by six Uiousaitd pending disaster that ere three It is said that negroes from iiours shall have passed will send tliis State are Hocking into In- a thrill of terror from the Lehigh diana to bolster up the waning to the Lackawanna shrouding the fortunes of the Republican iarlv three valleys in a cloud of gloom in that State The Democrats of and making hundreds of happy the lloosier Stale should be very Itomes the abodes of untold agony vigilant however and use every Two sections cams through safely endeavor to checkmate this move The third is nearing home The fourth composed of Jersey Cenoft he enemy tral cars and freighted mostly The Chicago Tribune says that with Lackawanna people stops at unless Oki Hatch allows his Mud Run a station between Penn Junction and White debtors to settle at far less price Haven than lie fixed at least twenty of Haven for water The fifth is the largest firms in the Board of following close behind PassenJrade will be compelled to go gers on it watch the lights of the under A committee has asked one ahead as they fly through tlie him to settle at 160 and it is darkness for a long way and as they finally see the third section reported that be refused standing a little way ahead at the After twenty eight years of high Run they wonder why their train taxation to foster American in- does not slacken its speed As it dustries the farmers still furnish dasiies along at full speed fireman 75 per cent of all our exports and Hugh Gallagher at the fourth the manuiaciurers only twenty directs the attention of his enper cent And tlie prices of tle gineer Harry Cook to the signal farmers products is leveled down lantern of the third and jumps in the old world market while all from the cab The engineer follie buys is enhanced in cost by lows him An instant later the taxes to heap up a surplus for the crash comes politicians to spend No wonder Tlie fretting fuming puffing enthe grangers are kicking New gine ploughs its heated body York World through nearly the entire length of rear car scalding jamming and Chief Justice Fuller look the killing the unfortunate occupants oath of office and assumed his seat This car is jammed into the next upon the bench last week Tlie ahead ot it and that into the Supreme Court now contains five third the three cars being a total Republicans and three Democrats wreck The lights are extinguishFuller Lamar aitd Field Blatch ed and darkness adds terror to iotxl and Bradley have passed the the scene The shrieks of the age of retirement Iiowever and injured and groaii6 of the dying should Cleveland be re elected are heard on every side and the tlie complexion of the Court will strongest liearts quail sooti be Democratic This would be desirable if only to convince XeCKEAKY 310V1XG Mr Murat nalstead and others that the country would not immeOur worthy representative in diately go to the Congress Hon Jas B McCreary is moving right along in his earnHon Carl Sehurz has written a est active canvass of this district strong letter announcing his pur He has been a most faithful pains pose to vote for Mr Clevelands taking and honest representative re election He bases his conclu- of his district and it is believed sion upon a general approval of that he will have an increased tle course of Mr Cleveland his majority this year We have redevotion to Use public interest liable information from a gentlehis sound views upon tlie tariff man of high standing of this city which if adopted will enlarge the whose business not long since rumunerative activity of industrial made a tour of this district neceslabor and secure a steady devel- sary that the entire district is all opment of the general prosperity right and that Democracy is far and above all the good he has done in the lead and every thing in by dispelling the impression that harmony We quote a few of the one half of tlie people were dis notices complimentary to Mr loyal and dangerous to tlie Union McCreary Â¬ Â¬ GrBOVJBR QLEVELAND economic system This is the only real issue iu this campaign nnd we are gratified to state that the great advance tiiat has been made within a year is largely due to the earnest and persistent work of our Representative who has stood shoulder to shoulder with the President aud the tariff re-Â¬ formers of the House His triumphant re election will be an endorsement to whioli he is farely entitled Danville Advocate Tlie Impression has gone abroad that Gov MeCreary will be elected without much opposition and it is not a matter ofsupteme importance to get out the full vote At the last Gubernatorial race the same idea prevailed and if Mr Wm O Bradley had been running for Congress instead of Governor he would have been elected for the dis- Â¬ trict gave him a very baudsomo ma- Â¬ jority Now tills fact should arouse our friends to the necessity of organ Â¬ izing very thoroughly to poll the Dem- Â¬ ocratic vole of tlie district We urge upon every Democrat to be prepared to do his duly lo his party and that duty oan only be fully discharged by casting his own ballot aud doing all that he can to see that his lukewarm neighbor follows his good example Danville Advocate John Robinsons Great ttg Bran Ncv ered the friends or the bride and groom at the home or Mrs Harh Although 2000 or more Invitations have been only icBtied to the church ceremony about 200 or 2o0 have beeii sent obt for the reception and these to only Iiili male friends and relatives The bridal party will leave on the Chespeake Ohio train at 10 oclock the same night for a tour though the East All the rooms nt the hotel at Versailles nd a large number of npartments at the Phconix Hotel at Lexington have been 1 Shows All Coming United to Itieh- alond October 27th 10 yearling steers weight attended 685 lbs brought 3 cents steer calve Sll60 to 14 25 1 auokliug colt 5760 10200 hogs 5J cent 1 broodmare Trustees Sale A sell ou S Trustee of John C ONLY REAL BIG SHOWI HERE THIS 2000000 BVESTEB I YEAR Â¬ Â¬ McCrearys speech in Danville It says yiat he literally slaughtered Nooe and Ewell In concluding Gov MeCreary said The Danville Advocate of yesterday gives a full account of Mr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ that of the five most important bills passed by this Congress he had the honor lo have presented four of them Mr Ewell wanted to enter iuto a con- Â¬ tract to use 110 money or whisky in tlie election and the Governor told him he oouid easily heat him w Itliout using either A voice of an old farmer in the audience said We will elect you withauc a cent And we think he is correct judging from the enthusiasm of his hearers Â¬ The old reliable comes this year before the public with the biggest aud best show ever owned by him iu his whole managerial career of sixty four years with its enormous circus with its three rings in which are given 150 new and novel acts of all kinds and classes riding acrobatic and gymnasÂ¬ tic feats and monster elevated stage for Olympian games and dramatic exhibitions Over 110 American and foreigu artist are employed Three great menageries are consolidated Over 1000 rare and costly animals among which will Le found a drove of giant Giraffes flocks of Ostriches and Kangaroos white Nile Hippopotamuses two Horucd Bhinoseroses aud every auimal known to the Animal Kingdom Among the special features are the Baby Elephant Giant Horse Giaut Mau Giant Ox Giant Hog Tattooed Woman tribes of Zulus Afghans and representatives ol every Known nation Over 1500000 feet of canvas was used in the construction of its tents The S800000 Free Etreet Parade with Its eight separate bauds four steam musical wagons two steam organs and steam calliope troupe of jubilee singers and tife and drum corps female brass band thirty one hun bright chariots sixty carved lairs aud dens 300 horses 100 ponies aud the genulue Wild West containing tribes of Indians scouts cowboys the genuine Dead- wood coach all followed by a host of Dames and Knights the many funny clowns the mountain train of Burros and an enormous drove ot Elephauts Camels Water Buffaloes all as free as the air you breathe each morning ju 10 a Re iu lime aud secure n good location on tlie morning of October 27th to see the greatest show ou earth Cheap excursion rates from all stations ou the K C Railroad It Â¬ jl WATEIMY0KKS The American Magazine Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bow-wow-wo- w Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The various Democratic Clubs of Cal Jake CorJessamine are expected to be oil hand bet of the Democratic Slate Cen- next TtMMiay to Â¬ Rive their gifted tral Committee and Col Hunt a resentative ft hearty wcome HerepdeRepublican and night clerk of serves it He has proved himself hon Â¬ the Phoenix Hotel have made a est competent and faithful novel wager If tlie Democratic ticket is successful in November forPrepare your ballots atnlcast011them McCreary and Cleveland the Col Hunt is to ride in a hack 6th ol November and tave the country with Hon M C Alford Chairman from a reign of Radical infertile high of tlie Stale Central Committee tax and corruption Tlie record of the and is to wear a plug hat with a Republican party should be a warning large red bandana tied around it to us Lancaster News If the Republican party wins Col Speaking of Gov McCrearys freCorbett is to drive an ox team quent occupation of thd Speakers olialr through the street by himself and ean any oue imagine how the little red carry a United States flag and a hog would look or how be would rattle large lithograph of General Harri- round if by the irony of fate he filioukl son ever be called to occupy that elmir Col Hunt should at once pro- Even ebo aBswera No TbeimttK cure a bandana inatfou draws tlie line at attempting Stanford JourmtM an impossibility DEMOCRATIC RALLY nal Oar Owrt lkouse was filled to over The Democrats of Jessamine flewlMg to day to listen to Hon James county are wide awake to the in B McCreary wito epoke for nearly terest of the party They had on two hours His argument was made yesterday a grand rally music so plain that the tariff ebouM be re speaking and a good time gen- duced thst the humblest citfoen in Hon James B McCreary Iba land could understand Every one erally was deMgted witlt his great speech and was the chief speaker Saxton Trosts Band furnished Uie musk afterwards gave him a perfect ovation Jessamine never does things by He iiad oue of the most appreciative At Lexington Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ As one of the charter members of Water Works Cnmpauy aud Secretary of bauie I ask to wiy just a few words to the citizens of Richmond through your valuable paper It seems as though there is a very great misuuder stauding among tlie citizens as to the 30000 of stock they are asked to take 111 this enterprise Pint of all I wish to make lhkJ9iatemeutBefure any such proposition was ever mude public to the city jour honorable Council bad the Companys charter for at least six weeks read re read aud digested it Then this same body of gentlemen rep leeeutiug the citys interest framed to their entire satisfaction the proposition that is now before you They voted it as a unit with the exception of one member who was compelled to be absent on account of sickness iu his family This member however had been preteut at all preceding meet- Â¬ ings aud at the framing of the proposition aud every thing he asked for was included in it The Couipau a object has been is now to Irtish the enterprise Why if we begin operation at once we cannot expect to more than complete it before 111 the distance will be iieard the moaning of the coming train on the Louisville Southern bearing to us men women and children worn aud feary from travel aud sutleriug for water to diiuk to say nothing of the amount required for domestic use When you increase tlie population of a city from oue to two tboustmd where in a dry time i ou can not buy uor beg a bucket of Gods beverage to drink how can you expect to hold them ns cilizeus un Â¬ lets jou are prepared to furuish this necessary Why at this very moment I can sight you to a man 011 First Street who is pa ing a man daily to almost steal water for him Now as to the amount of private stock taken in the enterprise we have 30000 worth already taken and are etlll open to any citizen who chooses to We earnestly solicit and subscribe are very anxious to have every dollars worth of stock taken that it requires to complete the works We could only guarantee that amount that we knew would be taken aud paid for when issued We could not give the public any definite answer as to the amount the works would have to be mortgaged Iu case there was no more stock taken until after she received bids ou plans aud specifications that had been sent outThese were received aud opened 011 Saturday last October 13th Mr M Philbin of Chicago III the builder of Lexington water works being the low- Â¬ est bidder 7614144 was his estimate Now the Company is able to say and will bind themselves to not mortgage tlie works for oue cent moreover and above the valued subscription to tlie enterprise than they really cost or if the citizens prefer will not issue one dollars more worth of stook than it really takes to construct them unless they tlie City Council and Compauy think it best for the prosperity of the enterprise to issue tlie full am ount of stock 100000 and then the city is to have her prorata iu same I merely submit this to the public because I think it due to the charter members of this Company that they be properly understood in the matter The American Magaziue for October an exceptionally brilliant number It opens witii a riclily illustrated de- Â¬ scriptive paper by Lieut Walter S Wilson on the Seventh Regiment of New York which introduces a series entitled Americas Crack Regiments Dr Wm F Hutchinson furnishes another of his charming South American papers describing in this issue the Orinoco River Another very interest- Â¬ ing contribution Is a Summer drive is Â¬ with peu aud pencil iu tlie Valley of iin Â¬ the Connecticut by Juhn R Cliapin Helen Strong Ibompson contributes an illustrated paper ou the Sacred Quarry in the Great Red Pipestone country and Florence A Davidson has an illustrated paper ou Pioneer District Schools Two CoroMiss Tinckera aerial nets is continued aud the idstallmeht is a particularly stroug one Mrs Elia W Peattie furnishes a very forcible short story entitled The Sandwich Mau Hamliu Garland coutiuues his Â¬ Â¬ Boy poelie prose reminiscences of Life ou the Prairie A paper thai will attract considera- Â¬ ble attention among the literary fra- Â¬ ternity is a criticism of Beauty iu Fiction by Alice Wellington Rollins Mr Geo Edgar Montgomery has an essay ou A Poet of American Life iu which he deals with the life and works of Geo Lansing Raymond of Princeton Iu addition to other valua ble literary features are a series of papers on practical questious of the day A few of the many legitimate ways in which The Surplus can be utilized are forcibly sliowu by M W Hazeu MrHazeua paper is a very forcible one he makes a strong plea for a Nutlonul Train iug School aud shows how it Mr M M Estee could be conducted has a paper showing the effect of Free Trade on Pacific Coast industries Mrs J Ellen Foster Chairman of the Womens Natioual Republican Com- Â¬ mittee argues that Prohibition is not and Mr Enoch a National Issue Eusley of Tenuessee gives A South Â¬ erners Natioual View of Protection Dr Wm F Hutchinson contributes his usual monthly paper giviug sea- Â¬ sonable Health Advice and Literature and Book Reviews receive special treatment RELIGIOUS Rev Preston Blake is conducting a protracted meeting at the Viney Fork church with the pastor J I Willis this week The usual services will be held at the Methodist church next Sunday morning and evening by the Pastor Dr J A Henderson Rev Winchester and RevE M BenyofElizabethtowu of the Christain church will have a debate beginning Oct 30th at Sonora Action Proper Sub Ky Subjects jeofr and Scriptural Desigu of Bap of J W Fitch Â¬ Â¬ tism Rev Mr Crow of Richmond preach- Â¬ ed at thePtesbyteriun church last Hun day momiog aud even iug in the ab- Â¬ sence of the pastor Mr Moffett who had gone to Mt Sterling to assist in a meeting at that place Blue Grass Clipper Midway Â¬ F UXI0X CITY n Adair The Jessamine Journal says of Prof C P Williamsons meeting which Â¬ Mr W R Green olork at W A Powells store has a little inflamation of tlie parotid gland mumps Â¬ Â¬ Rev Mr Ware will preach at this place on the fourth Saturday night of this month Also Rev O P 8p eegle on the following Sunday LOCUST BRANCH Â¬ Walter Richardson continues very ill with fever Corn is heavy nud good to 160 in crib worth 126 Â¬ closed at Unit place last Friday The attendance has been quite large some nights the house being crowded beyond its seating capacity A lively interest has been excited and several confessions been made Prof Williamson Is a man of large brain power extensive reading careful cultivation and earn- Â¬ est piety He is logical convincing and persuasive Tlie meeting at Prov- Â¬ idence church closed yesterday after a 10 days continuance The meeting was one of much interest and profit Geo Mitchell 100 head breeding ewes at 51 each James H Maconnthy 60 head nt S4 John H Blackboard 62 head at 54 Granderson Smitli 50 head at SI Joseph Frayer 84 head at 4 Lexington Gazette The wheat crop of Dakota Is nearly engHged by gueMs from a distance who a total failure Tlie following is the Blue Grass will witness tlie marriage reported average yield of different Clipper rye 18 crops Wheat 9J bushels oats 26 barley 20i bushels Average DIED- condition per acre is as follows Buck- Â¬ 67 Prewitt Rankiu infant son of Isaac wheat 77 potatoec 80 sorghum sugar cane 78 Rankin died at the home of C R Estill near town last Friday morning The Connecticut apple crop is more aged one year The remains were tak than unusually abundant this year one en to Clark county for iutermeiit man at South Glastpnbury having over 2000 bushels of Baldwins upon his NEWS PARAGRAPHS trees In many places the branches are hardly able to bear up their burdens One night last week some oue enter Onions are unusually plentiful retail- Â¬ ed the room occopied by Judge Johir ing throughout the State at sixty cents E Cooper in the hotel in West Liber- a bushel ty nud stole a package of notes and The Stanlord Journal records the other papers to the value of five thou- Â¬ sale of 270 mountain ewes at 275 a sand dollars car load of 200 pound hogs at 5 cts Wm L Scott is the richest man in a lot of 000 pound cattle at 3 65 a He was bunch of 1150 pound cattle at 4 cents the House of Representatives page hi Congress In the days of Clay and nu extra lot ol feeders same and Webster His fortune estimated weight at 4 cts several 1500 pound at thirty million dollars was made In cattle at 4J cts and 40 acres of corn mining and railroads at 150 per barrel iu the field to Isaac Lifter a peddler was torn Hon W T Jones of Jessamine has pieces by three bulldogs belonging to sold to Foster and Ott of Lexington James Rife of Shlppensburg Penn forty five head of extra fine beef cat They dragged his body a quarter of a lie twenty five of them heifers that mile from tlie place ot attack Litter weigh 1200 pounds to be delivered No- Â¬ lived but a short time vember Itt This is perhaps the finest James H Goodman a New York lot of fat heifers that will be killed iu lawyer should have his name enrolled this market Lexington can therefore among the meanest men Besides de- Â¬ expect good bjef after the first of No- Â¬ frauding his clints woman aud or- Â¬ vember Lexington Press phans of 23700 he stole 10000 from According to Prof Sargeant the liis wile and ran away to Canada strongest wood in the United States is Willis Rally a colored man of this that of the nutmeg hickory of the city aged about seventy years was Arkansas region and the weakest is struck by a passing train near the city tne West Indian birch The most September 27th several ribs were elastic is the tamarack the white or brnkeu and other injuries inflicted from sheellbark hickory standing far fceiow the effects of which he died Wednes- Â¬ it Tlie least elastic and the lowet in specific gravity upon which In general day Winchester Democrat depends value as fuel is attained by Emperor William or Germany the the blue wood of Texas tramp arrived in Vieniin Wednesday In the Eastern States the wholesale and kissed about all the male attaches Â¬ of the Austrian Government Tills methods that distinguish modern farm ing from the older ways have reached sort or tiling may suit some people but we place our kisses much more even the apple orchards Buyers not satisfactorily on this side of the water only strike a bargain for the trees but bring their own pickers and pack- Â¬ Rev Geo Barnes h now developing ers ou the ground barrel and ship the and advertising the vegetarian idea at fruit so that the orchard grower lias least he Is argnning that Jehovah did even less lo do than when he drives not intend for the human race to feed his milk to the creamery or takes a on animal food He supports his po- Â¬ number of clutches of eggs to the sition by some metaphysical and misty neighborhood incubator deductions from tiie history of the IsA writer in the Southern Pioneer of raelites Virginia agrees to pay 100 to any oue Tlie Macon Ga Telegraph says who gives tiie following a fair trial A gentleman from Cartersville tells and does not prevent hog cholera your correspondent that the Rev Sum Take a sack of salt and barrel of hard Jones is worth over 5100000 aud con- wood ashes mix the salt and ashes tinues to pile up wealth faster than any thorouuhly Prepare a box of conven- Â¬ man hi Cheroked Ga All this mouey ient size put it under cover where the lias been made by Mr Jones original hogcau have free access to it at all style of preaching times and keep a supply of the mix- Â¬ A syndicate beaded by Jay Gould ture Iu it The mixture will cost you and Russell Sage has bought about 7 a dollar and some trouble but It will 000000 second mortgage bonds of the be sufficient for several hogs for one St Louis Arkansas and Texas railroad year This gives Gould and Sage complete control of the road The latter has Louisville Tobacco Market been a competitor in apart of the Mis- By Glover A Durrett Louisville Tobacco Ware House souri Pacifics territory Sales on our market for the post Chas Parrisy an Italian fruit dealer week jut closed amount to 1811 hhds of Henderson was bitten on the linger with receipts for the same period 208 Sales on our market since by a tarantula which was imported in hhds January 1st amount to GS277hhdf a bunch of bauanas just arrived from The offerings of Burley tobacco this the South The insect was young and week have been liberal and prleps itil medical attention saved the young ly maintolned on all grades Several hhds this year were sold mau from dying from the effects of a during of the cropand were remarkably the ween Â¬ bite which is said to be fatal when in well cured for the time of year The past few days have furnished a strip flicted by an old lurautula ping season in some localities and it is Prof Wiggins who makes n special- Â¬ probable that quite a number of new ty of predicting dire disasters says the hhds will appear 1111 the market at an cause of the yellow fever in the South earl date as the disposition to ship early is very general is purely astronomical The Professor The lollowing quotations fairly rep- Â¬ declares that tlie earth has been drawn a resent our market on Burley tobacco few miles nearer tlie sun since 18Sland Trash not colory and tobacco dam Â¬ this teudeucy to cultivate a more inti- Â¬ aged by freezing 3 00 to S500 Colory Trnh 8 50 to 1400 mate acquintauce with the great heat Co mm on Lugs not colory 700 to giver lias resulted iu cyclones earth Â¬ 1000 Colory Lugs 14 00 to 1500 quakes floods cholera aud yellow fev Common Leaf 1200 to 14 00 ver Medium to Rood leaf SIHjO toS1700 17 00 to Select or wrappery leaf Policeiutiu Jas Turner of Hender- Â¬ son chased two little boys Willie Mil- Â¬ JSaiu ler nnd Casey Hart who had been hanging on the steps of a street oar Hart was caught but Miller being Remaining unclaimed in the Pot-about to escape Turner drew his pistol Oflice at Richmond Ky week ending aud fired at him Tlie next day the October 10 18SS dead body of miller was fouud ou the Alien Mrs Wm Sterens David Smith Laura river bank with n ghastly wound in Bush Robt in his head the result of the act of Gentry Mrs R C Spiliman Robt Tester H D Mathis Thos Turner who claims that he shot over Miller Wm Todd Kate the boys head to scare him Patter J R Warner Nettie Waters Ben Rupe C During the Roman chariot races at Steatige Rolins White Lizzie the fair grounds at Kuutztown Pa Post Office hours from 6 a ar to 7 p Saturday eacii chariot drawn by four M Money order and registered letter horses hitched abreast they had mude hours prompt 7 a m to 0 p ar one circuit of the nice course when J B WILLIS p ar one of the team became unmanagea- Â¬ COLD WITTB E351 HflS2 O C wll Ifor ntouas n I ble and dashed iuto the crowd of spec OCvl I Ul Br1 gMCh I JfiS51A taloes Daniel Kwan aged seventy f-- 1 WJCJ lath TOrl L renBi yT8Ff AHlb fcWaJl IhC was fatally Injured and many others Vnrwnftl lluv J M1I4 Ool I IWbUbc Cuem badly hurt The horses came from Bffkt ib4 BKSlflecau Ytt t work aail crt of Buffalo New York and were announc- Â¬ raliM C IUUSOK raati loralltj can near mm ed on the bills as untamed mustangs 11E-F- UuvUthUpowlltel pr hiMnf loRalHr IttonkeD In oa tu cto vivul Wm Knolls a farmer residing near tMrtionKtihuw to ttmt wbcll complfllnofaar nMidUkl vary Hopkinuville tells this remarkable Town ttttMaM KwvuMm wscUw e4 frvtukl afWr 70a llULitiiuuf BAurixs tor fmt snake story In passing through a to- Â¬ bv tpt flK Inttlu boatft tBCT ic months n4 loom tbtct tBtBOMWbOBM tuflted BeOBHI fOBr OWB pTODrt7 ft Is BWIW toBMB lMBTrt oftr BeadjBf U HOLID bacco field several days ago he happen Â¬ IOUMhUlJCn3Tt BIBf4B fRB thBSOWtBXOf tike Bpla In any WcaXty alwayi rcBBlU In a lartc trml for ed to run across two snakes one a cop Â¬ bafU uurBBBplB bi Ii a lotiltty t b moataor t wo w BBBATy cat ft 9 4IOO tn t4lbu fr trB from too perhead and the other a chicken snake rnrrvBJMllB c mssry Taia tbo matt VMHlcrfBt offr arvr k BBPwnJn mao a OKI r tat Bar it mar be plaead a t one wrapped around each other in a deadly h f1 kll AnaHM WrtIO Bl OBC BB4 VBO tliwy v3 SMkOHtroaflaartjuM Koaacrtt will becardlranr itbubIo embrace aud lighting with all the brralBtevtaBiili taMb may call at toot horn as yar twward Ta ba woat autlatartory A rnolal card oa Wales to wrtta aa rrwta bat 1 cnt and altar yoak Dow atttryo strength and venom they possessed not car to ko farther wttT no barm Udona Batlfyoado yaar a of Taking a long stick Mr Kuolls carried pacd Bulkl aJareftB at oacaInyon can oaearoand It EC ooo linetoo oar larr of Kxaa welcbM too world brat ciprrea frrlcht eta them to an open field where they con- Â¬ CiMTLV rlAJll LCM Wa pay aUrOttlLAKD aUIBaV CO Boi JU UOlxu OEO STOLON tinued to battle until the copperhead 14 22 was killed Sliming it over the chicken snake proceeded to swallow it BANK REPORTS whole after which it was allowed to of thearmera REPORT oflliectiiidltlonKtoliraouu iu tlie escape The chicken snake was 7 feet Bonk at ot KeniuoSy nt the close or business Wlle long and the copperhead five Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Winchester Democrat A B Bowling and sons sold to EHLABED IMPROVED AM QUADBME Hagan I will 100000 IH HEW FEMES 1 HgHilg BPflji S3BW BMY Wednesday Nov U 1SSS Richmond Saturday October 27th Â¬ at public auction at his house in Madi- Â¬ son County on the Lancaster Pike 10 the real and miles from Ricbmoud personal estate belonging to said Hagan The laud consists of 337 large of first rate Walnut Lands fronting on the Lancaster Turnpike and about one mile from the railroad depot and in an excellent neighborhood The improve- Â¬ ments are nil good consisting of a Acres Uriel Dwelling Iiyp A csmbifesdi1i I I Two Story and all necessary out buildings The farm is well watered and is adapted to all the growths of Corn Wheat Rye Hemp Tobacco and Blue Grass The aud will uwbuiift CHIEF 1THE AmuiilaFonsrcs s iflm flirmnflTin CarcUii1 Si c Katie Stone Mimie iLi jn Ma tie Kr v Mattie Ke farm can be divided iuto two parcels be sold in one or two pieces as will best promote the interest of the Assignor and his Creditors The per-Â¬ sonalty consists of 65 STEERS 11 HEIFERS fe3t m mm sinra 1 JrEl Josie DeMotte Minnie BcMette Madame Gertrude Constantina MicM Emma Houghton Kate Hail bio -- faher Jiste- - 110 MALE AND FEMALE ARTIST Katanna Suwarow Marie Damroff Roae Pomatcwski Laura Aahton Mamie Ashton Leonore EtT ClanaieLftB JuHelJeMon GCOWSatidOALVES 3 HORSES sroDTafflffiAMcorait pSj ZL i MULES lSfJ r-r- r- EUaZIa The Onlr Zele Jennie Kirbr Mons Karlcy John Brown Harry Jones Ge riraWerts John Ecmbs Oeneverie Siateic wiinam DcKittu Eadie Johns Katie Zencbu Adenut buter Jemes UeM John Hobiii i 45 ACRES of CORN 1000 EEN g HGHSEST Adam Btrorc- - -- 51 Win Ashc Oi SK Sribestrens Jchniowo Three Claris RT 15000 POUNDS TOBACCO And a Large Amount of Farming Implo meats and Household Furniture Also 9 Shares of Kirksville and Kentucky River Turnpike Stock etc Terms as follows The possession of the lands will be given on January 1st 18S9 when one third of the purchase money will be due and for the other payments credits of six and twelve months with interest from January 1st 18S9 BOXERS B WRESTLER Ash Family of Fire Charles Petardin Auguste Foueart idward Meon Zurate Brothers StiffneyBi - vs Charles V 1 y DeAhnaFi Monroe Sm h WPoparoffi 1 815000 DE0VE OF GIEATFE Wm Kirfcy Alexis Moscovt Mens Hebron SenorJunr a The Four DeOelcrs FAnk Tishe- - C Theophile DePlessis Harry Mark IieHord Family McNeil Iam r The personalty 011 all sums of 20 and under cash in hand over that sum a credit until January 1st lfcSO will be given 17 20 MENAGERIES Barbary Zebra Esat India Ante mere Goats Ebony headed Palst Spotted Axis Deer Bison of Cok m A icsn Jaguar Silver Lion of Calif rr and Spotted Hyenas Llama or IVci i GiantHorse21 Hands GiaBt0i21Hi Andes Peruvian Alpaca Puma or Cougar American Baftalo Sloth Gn gima Panthers Senegal Leopard Aus Kangaroo Bat Kangaroo Tapirs X Lion Shetland Co w Spotted Tier Tigers African Porcupines Bad r --- Wir L CRUlCHER Trustee S DIHELLI CO i v FLOCK OF GENUINE OSTRICHES versjj Wild CatsWhite and Gnv Cocr esWeaele Lynx Peccaries Cn imoi A Gazelles Japanese Swine Afn -Octelot Hum Iras Baboons or I v - Monkeys Armed Ho and B1p EippopotamusGi-airesOstr-ciu3aBate Animals -i S J j SBETSY IYSTERS Givea Preo with the GEAND STEEET PAEADE each mcr Cowboys Scouts Eiflemcn V3cquercs Cowgxrl3 Indians Med Men Bucks Squaws and Papooses a Herd of Texas Stec s Buffaloes and Mountain Elk Pleet Mustangs Wiry Indian Poil Genuine Dcadwood Stage Coach vv Cages Dens and Lairs 12 Separate Kinds of Music 4Ktic3lTI ons 15 Trumpeters Troupe Jubilee Singers Chime Bells HI bright Chariot3 S Distinct Brass Bands Female Brass Bana c 2 Steam Calliopes Pifo and Drum Corps Female Open air Op Horses 100 Ponies Scottish Bagpipers Steam Organ Droves c phants Giraffes Ostriches Elands Buffaloes Elk and Zc TOBAB0rmt3nH WMA kMm Ui S 15- - TT UU DAILBS OTEA aoADyy BO DIHELLI e CO and one from Rowland Ghea p Excursion Rates at all Stations on K O R R Two Special Trains one from Livingston 2S THE FINEST AST BEST miim mun THE LETTERS Greatest Bargains of Your IE YOU Life II FIL TO VISIT BRIKKLEY BROS PLACE It Btaada at the head ct all Kood ountna Those who desire to hare the fcet orjran ahfmlrl acrniaini tawm elres wltli the merit of our lrwiuuwnta Dont take oar word for what we ar but wo and test oni K iw laer actls our organs In jqoj lnnraments locality write to the raxtorr -- BUY NOJOTIIETI Address n - fatalojuci 9 34 MLER OPCAH CO etc rre I 13 13 A N ON Xa 20 Yards Worsted Dress Goods for S100 16 Yards4 4 AAA Brown Sheeting for S100 OT 1 E B WALLACE 12 Yards Green Ticket Lonsdale for 8100 BB 1 B -- B V Stock of Clothing Boots and AND Shoes Hats and Caps and Ladies and 3 OKTR ACT OR Gents Enrnishing Goods is Complete Is prepared to do an Kinds of BUILDER fgOur BUILDING AND CONTRACT WORK It BRINKIE7 EROS 1TEST D002 TO POST 0FFIC3 SIOHICOSD j 27- - Â¬ AT THE MOST IKE LQVETT PATENT SAT FAS e c j4 u Reasonable Hates Will furnish drawings plans and specifications at any time Office at his residence on Hallie z Jj jtj October 4th 1SSS Â¬ MATRIMONIAL- - halves THE AMBRKUN PARTY The New York State Convention of the American party was held atyAlbany last week The platform advocates the abolition of trusts opposes Catholic parochial public ecliools provides that so foreigner should vote before residing in this country twenty one years and disfranchises any one detected in selling his vote Considerable discussion ensued as to the advisability of placing a State ticket in the field It was decided that it would be unwise to do so this year It was the sense of the convention that a State Committee should be forra odfor the purpose of owning a State txeket next year Â¬ Â¬ audience ever assembled in Shelby ville every oue remaining to the end of hl sjeedi aud Interrupted him fre HiHHttljr with pnriaaged applause He Has cheered the Denioetaife hearts of Shelby who wilt show their apprecia Â¬ tion by giving him not less than 00 Shelby Cor majority next Novemlter respondent We liojte the Demnreats of Boyle will turn out en wtoMe on next Mon day and extend to Gov McCreary a hearty reeepttou He comes to us to give an aeoount of bis work as our Rep Â¬ resentative and give 1 reason fur the fulfil llwt h fit him as a Democrat of the oM school He has estabMehed a reputation in Congress that Is alike creditable to himself and the dbtrlet and the ooustitueucy whom he has so faithfully served should give him words of cheer and encouragement to continue until the great principle of tariff reform Is engrafted In our Â¬ Â¬ 1 To night the weding of Miss Coralie Kelly fa convalescing from a Walker to Mr Hanna of Cleveland J severe case of Typhoid Malarial fever Ohio will take place at the residence of the Misses Walker on Main street Rev John Adams of Clark ceunty The iHiuse has been very elegantly and began a protracted meeting at Station elaborately decorated aud the marriage will prove the eyeut of the season iu Camp 011 the 5tli Just Mr W H Martin of Richmond de social circles puty collector of Internal Revenue The coming marriage of Miss Susie passed through here ou offical buisiuess Prc stou Hart of Versalles to John M Camden ot Parkersburg W Va Is on the 64 li iiMt engaging social circles just now The Mr Curtis Gentry s prominent mer Â¬ ceremony will occur at St Johns chant of this place left ou the 3rd Inst Episcopal church ou the evening of for Cincinnati for sundry purposes 16 nt 730 oclock Rev J W attemt the exposition buy goods aud October to take to himself a help VenabJe of Hnpklnsville formerly of we suppose mate ae lie wm accompanied by one Versailles will perform the ceremony of the fairtex Tim intended bride is The bridesmaid six in number will Sallie G Humphreys nnd Miss Settle Bruce daughter of Mr be Miss Pearl Yoorhles of Versailles Jamas Bruce of thU pkoe Misses J3a water Gibson of Lexington I Alexander and Jennie Scott of Louis- The dead body of Phllip W Mies Johnson of Virginia an advertising agent was foun UllaHkiJffile re will be six groomsmen aud six ing against a street lamp post a ere After the ceremony a recep burg Pa It Is supposed he ceoa SHIM tion upon an elegant plan will bs tend suicide by taking poison W Â¬ Died on theSrd Inst of fever infant child of Jno W Johnson CONCERNING FARMERS Some new corn in the field has been sold iu Fayette couuty at 150 per barrel At Danville Anderson Haas bought 8000 bushels of wheat per bushel Foley at 100 At the sals of the effects of the late Prof Abram S Drake in Fayette county last Thursday 700 bushels of wheat sold at 06 cents aud corn nt 135 per shock W Yerks of Danville Instayear Ing filly by Gambetta Wilkes 226 dam by Garrard Chief She MI while being broken and striking the top of head received injuries from wlilch she died The famous cow Rlby Marchioness is dead She was bought in 1875 for the magnificent sum of 0016 although then only 5 months old She has pro- Â¬ duced ten calvea all noted animals of RESOURCES 258627 IS Loans and dlsooants uverunnis teenreu nna naeeeurea- - bjna T U a 1 sonus to secure eireaiiinoti 50000 00 Oilier btoeks bonds and mortgages 2000 00 lSagOg uue irora appro retwrve agents Uoe from other National Banks 18W5 72 Rent estate furniture and fixtures 7500 00 997 81 Current expense antt taxes paid 199 42 Check nud oilier cash llea J00 00 Hills ot other Bankn KracttouRl paprjcurreney uieSceln 17 97 and cnlB04S8 00 Redemption land with C S Treas Â¬ urer 6 per mat ot circulation 2250 00 vi Irvine Street Juneaa tf ES B TEE W32S AEi 1 SEA ltM7S maSS a Fine Cartes ll i Ax the seat flnalr and mmormWr nad ret It tan row 3k cPBsa ib vwuiyi vi bvt aoera 4t1 porgliTWhiff terrttorr lanw ai rmmmmtn win u kw I It iHiir Si CiCy fo tal AlalrUl S UIDGES I CUA lunST L n f 11 ft T Totax - LIABILITIES OTJS9S lS0CO0 00 50000 00 J Capital stock paid In Surplus fund Undivided proflu Nutlonul Bank notes oauinudlng Iiidividuuiueposltssnbjecttoheck Dae to other National Ranks Dae to State Ranks and Rankers 877 SI 45000 00 BlMjUMFIBE Guard against burglars and fire by purchasing a burglar proof and fire proot Â¬ Contractor and Builder bands to do alt kiadi of houc and repairing Give him x cal 1175W 10 1091 fcO 478 42 Is prepared with U experienced totai f- wngism Mi8 great merit The sale of James Rsgland was well 1 STATE OF KENTUCKY - s Couuty ot Madison I S 8 Parkes aauler of aha Above named bank --do solemnly swtr that the above statement in true to the best ot my know Â¬ ledge and belief PARKE3 Cashier Subscribed and woru ujbafore mo tlilsIIth day of Ootober 18W Jso W Oookk J Notary Public Cobbeot Atteat THOS J HMTTH a aa KENTUCKY CARRIAGE WORKS JOHN DONELSON Pkoprietos apr4 tf Every merchant every farmer every business roan every professkMaal naa ought to have a safe Account boefcg ac- Â¬ counts notes checks receipte raotwy jewelry and other valuables ean be kept lrotn all harm at small expense THE CARY SAFE CO as West Eagle St BuSalo N Y jtfOnc of the Carey safes can be esftu st The Climax office 51 25 SA -bun b ML i Tar7tf FOR BJEIffT Ftmr tf eed rooms Utile Mtitabte for Apply to aw First xtreH nSiiet or bl m1 G W Willi- - School Book at White12nd St near Garnstt Home Drug re a BMiiBMlBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBiBmiBBBBBBB BJHHMBBiirl New Hardware House Water Works Mcelinff ulfcMfoiSr tcaff Claude Smith formerly of J W Prattl A meeting of the Brd jf tfireClois cf Wife sufJriMl fix years from sup er Co has OOened a nw th Richmond Water works Company Mr Dave Myers is sick with fever ths prpt ted iniiisttuatidii Has b eu ttiPC nAY OCTOBER 17 i store on Second street in the house Its was held at the office of Dr G W week treated by the best physicians without cently Vacated by D P Armcr Mr Evans Saturday evening October 13th Two bullies of BrailHeliln he cocrt next Saturday night o t tlr4ltwil remain at the old stand on iSSS with the following members pres- Â¬ Mr John F Perry is quite ill of fever leiiefit Regulator relieved her mii Fi male this week Mam street ent C D Chenault Frank II Adair V A BiiM0Jtt McHutlsj 8 C tj a j BnnUcyk mw advertitenient this t Miss Slssie 6r6mwefi or Fayette coun- Â¬ Write lie Bradlleld tteg Co AtimitS U will be to jour advantage Jerry Sullivan Dr M C Heath and number of Waler worU Contractors ty is the guest of MrsI McCreary 17 20 Georgia -c - rt U attend Hit concert Saturday The meeling was called to order with Mr B J Newlon is in Louisville this ji3 get yow friends to go It k School Books at Whites Drug Store Col CD Chenault in the Chair Mr week attending the session of the Grand 2nd St near Garnett House tf c v I f cliariety Frank II Adair Secretary was then re Lodge of Masonf quested to open and read such proposals M C A an Good Templars X i ne Georgetown Times says HOWS THIS The Mrs Raymond Byrum of Louisville t j will reciee the proceeds oCSat- - trick layers on the Georgetown and Mid as he had received for the construction is visiting her mother-in-laWe offer One Hundred Dollais re- Â¬ Mrs Betlie of the Water works in Richmond Ky v ni hts concert way road have crnstH K r ward for auy owe of Catarrh that can The first proposal was from M II Byrum of this place K IemirJrii announced pike and are progressing at the rate ofl not be cured by taking Halls Catarrh 1c Geo Philbin of Chicago for seventy six thou Piof D Clark of Lestngtonj has btiFS tcI to the RcpwMfeNfK f ttitc city nan a mile a day Good progress is being sand one hundred and fortyfour dollars taken the chair of Mathematics at Madi made on the Kcntueky Midland 4b the Court 1hhc e eaMg Work sJ F J CHENEY CO Proprs Tole- Â¬ son Female Institute was commenced Friday on the farm of and forty four cental do O Hulls Catarrh Cure is taken in- Â¬ The sfcfctJHd proposal was from Thomas Co Cferton hs hoght the two mare Mrs Robinsontown Mr Houston Taylor of Morganfield a ternally acting directly upon the blood It is thought that V Hall Co of Chattanooga Tenn k that took premiums at Rich through trains will be ntn betlvtefl Cinsenior at the University returned last and mucus surfaces of the system lianJ KirksriWe He paid 115 for cinnati and Louisville Via Georgetown for the sum of eighty three thousand four week to enter again upon his studies t Price 75 els per bottle Sold by J J hundred dollars when all of the Connections are finished eand f 120 for the otfcer 16 20 George W Brown went to Richmond Brooks Mr Adair reported a number of draw Â¬ m ings and specifications were returned from last Tuesday to be examined for an in4 ago has had troaMe with its street Belle Vara Road horse-- trotters and runners The driver have been oh a Three Forks Enter- Â¬ shod in any manuer desired I have u ts Belle Vara the now famous yearling various Water works Contractors with crease in his pension c for the part week ad several filly wImj on Just received an extra lot of four year Tucday last at the Kentucky the statement that they were too busy prise amounting to riots have Breeders meeting with other contracts to be able to make a v as troubles f Capt George W Tipton for seeral old second growth timber for repairing beat the worlds year Â¬ ling record in a race distancing a splen Â¬ proposal on the Richmond Water works years past Governor of Navassa Island all kinds of wagons AH work guar Â¬ iro the result As these two bids were the only ones reached home on yesterday from the anteed at the very lowest prices Shop cuTseil Serenade wiH be rendered did field in 23 was bought immediately received a motion was made to adjourn West India Islands He will hereafter back of Brookss drug storei ic oncert Sahwday night by Mies after the race by the well known trotting make his home here ftwpect fully BunMiB Mis Campbell man 11 Simons of Louisville this State which was carried Mrs a The following is a copy or forth of pro- Â¬ 8febly Messrs S Ii M1DKIFF Adair for f 2500 Belle Vara was the property Tane McDoweJI Mr V E Cabell graduate of Central of Mr B II Neale Richmond Ky who posal used Sweets and Flora 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure Proposal for a system of Water Works University Of the class of S6and formerly owns a full sister to her She is by VatiVisitilig LhiSketi Chhiefa and other diseases for the Richmond Water works Gompany with Ji G Lyter of this placet f tc bung ample foods for the reHef can who got a record of 22g after he friends here Mr Cabell is practing law among fowls I will refund the money m11ow fever wffcr6 the proceeds was crippled for life in a race which is in the city of Richmond- - Ky at his home in this State in every case where the remedy fails c Bredelli Concert will be given to Gentlemen CJ one of the most notable owing to the cin W G White oung Men s lhnsUan Association cumstances on record Her Mr H Lynch has returned from a trip iltavc examined the Specifications dam is the Prescription Druggist Snj the Good Templars Lodge ot this dam of Georgette four year old record ard Plans of the Richmond Water works to Huntsville Alabama and is so pleased 2d St near Garnett House marSStf 228 Vaticans first crop of 5olU year- furnished by you as well as the attached with the place that he will shortly re- Â¬ form of Contract to be entered into for move his family there to make that his lings are all showing the wonderful rtock of M Lutes has bought Bunus Specific will cure Rheuma Â¬ the execution of the work and hereby home in the future tism or money refunded Price 7oc at JsolM P Chilten at Red House gameness of their sire and are all doing agree to furnish all labor and material fiill credit to Wiggins E M breeding t -J will keep a general supply store Belle Varas his superb Monday one Before necessary to complete in perfect running Richmond Wiggins of Eson for the wood Whites Drug Store Second street raccoon Ky contractors of the 5- XILutes is an old merchant having order said system of Water works as set work of the new Court house was in near Garnett House business for some time at Paint most prominent visiting horsemen from forth in these Specifications and Plans town Mnsic the South remarked that he intended several days during the past week L sending a high bred mare to Vatican for the sum of Mrs S F Lall an experienced Pineville Messenlooking after the work V race Greely loW this story of him dollars And further geras he looked upon him as one of the teacher desires pupils in Piiuo Study soon after he went to learn the best bred stallions in the country and agree to enter into contract as per attachThe latest method taught Terms Bronston Collecter of In- Â¬ Hon T S 3 business he went to see a preach certainly one of Uie gamest There was ed form and give bond for the faithful ternal Revenue for this district was in moderate Music room1 at D R Fur daughter The next time he attended no bargaining in the sale of the gallant performance of such contract with secur Â¬ 7- 1888 mans after September recnghe was considerably astonished filly Mr Simons enquired the price and ity approved by you in the sum of Ninety our city this week and wc were glad to ooo within seven Â¬ learn from him that the District is in fine W Hi Kelley will build you a good i x- coring the minister announce his immediately paid the amount atked The Thousand Dollars t My daughter is being grievously modesty of the reply was amazing Ken- Â¬ teen days after acceptance of this bid or condition both as to payments of reVemie hdilse cheaper tilan any man in town forfeit to the Richmond WaterMvdrks and improvement iti morals Lancaster triar7 tf tucky Stock Farm ie ed withadevil- - Exchange Company the sum ot one hundred dollars ftews I Dock Francis of color of Estill A Ruined Romance a certifide check for which is 100 Short Time Only Mrs James Lewis Howe accompanied v is conducting a revival at the c For a week or more the following para hereby enclosed made payable to the by her friend Miss Mary Lithgrow of AH persons Indebted to J J Brooks r Hill church near town which grap has been going Uie rounds of the order of J Stone Walker treasurer of Louisville visited Mrs H L White on prior to 1888 will please come and settle csnnue fitr several days Rev papers Richmond Water works Company of Lancaster Avenue this week and last by note or cash atonce All claims not I is a pious earnest man and is In 1SS2 John Medill left his wife and Richmond Ky Mrs Howe has many friends here her settltd promptly will be placed in the c 4 a gold work for God and Ins race 10- infant son at Glcndalc near Harrodsburg former home who are always glad to sec hand of a collector V re informed that Rev Broaddus of and joined Uie Confederate army He her v wrnis the ablest colored man ihad never been heard of and was sup Tcn Cents No proposals received after the 13th W B Smith and Jerry Sullivan of u ned to will he here the first posed to have been killed His boy day of October 18S8 and such proposals Richmond are announced to speak in the Will get a first class shave at the Gar-ni-- tt t eck to assist m the meeting Huue Barber Siiop Clean tow Â¬ William now a man of course as work Â¬ as may be accepted shall only be accept- Â¬ Court house in Beattyville on the 4th lc Forks Enterprise ing on a fence a few days since when a ed on condition that the special election Monday in October in behalf of Judge els and sharp razors are plentiful -- rs Jos S Moore and W B man came along and inquired about the to be held on October 20th iSSS may re- Day and the Democratic National Ticket None but flrbt class workinmeu are Give ua a trial Entire The young man told him sult in favor of the city of Richmond Both are good speakers everybody and employed N s arc arranging for the publication Medill family 16- is guaranteed c paper in Danville and expect to that was his own name and told him that issuing thirty thousand dollars in bonds should Come out to hear them Three satisfaction ieiv hk lather had been killed in the war and to be taken in stock in the Richmond Forks Enterprise They ui ilie firt number lh6 week If Ou want a nice buggy plueton his mother had marrieJ again and Water works Company Should such i the name of one of the first news- - that t carriage barouche or Mr C E Lyddane of the Winches- Â¬ rockaway had two children The man went on to election result against such bonds then hts ever printed in Danville the apr4 t ter Democrat spent Sunday in this place coupe go to John Douelson V e Branch and make H non partisan the village and spent the night and dls the accepted proposals to be released and He paid The Climax office a visit and a local The experience of these oung closed his identity to an old friend that he all bids declared off Half Fare Excursions met but would give no explanation of his The Richmond Water works Company expressed himself very much pleased with e v c men in the newspaper line should j On September 11th and 25thOetober He left a package for the y oung reserve the right to reject any or all bids our sanctum He says the electric light c abc them to get up a good readable conduct C Ry Bids will be opened in the presence of plant is now completed and Winchester 9th and 23rd the C I St L man whom he found making the fence r cr will hereafter be lighted with electricity Kankakee Line will sell tickets to who he said was his son The package bidders on October 13th iSSS Tue revenue tojr are all greatly re We congratulate our neighbors on the various points in Iowa Nabraska had 250 in it The elder Medill went to A ClinTcli Trouble I K J and are now bceathiug freer The Cincinnati Wyotniug Arkansas success of their enterprise New Mexico without further identification At Flatwoods Church in Madison coun- Â¬ D putyCapt Sam Millerand the Collect Territory Dakota Colorado It i supposed that he married another The Lexington Press says in regard to Indian ty a congregation of Calvinistic Baptists c lion T S Broostoa himself wrre woman somewhere Montana and Texas at one fare for tlie has been meeting in worship on the first the numerous reports that Mrs Bessie round trip Tickets will be good re- Â¬ 1111 this week visiting the distilleries Now tlie Mercer Sayings and Doings Miller Oton is soon to wed the editor of Saturday in each month from time im- Â¬ s J it wing tlte ground where Mr J A comes out and spoils tlie turning within thirty dys from date pretty story with memorial N t must shordr die It is one of the oldest and the Sunny South a widower with two of sale Stop over will be allowed The coliector this statement children that on being interviewed Mrs most respected congregations of that de- Â¬ a i In- - deputy first and second Ikutei Oton said the newspapers are a little too within the final limit of tickets at any Joe Mulhattan has a disciple or two nomination extant Its membership in- Â¬ a of Hon J 8 McCreary think the in point in the territory to which reduced this immediate locality for we see an previous in marrying me off I have cludes the honored family names of Har- Â¬ o 00k for their chief is nattering Har article both in rates are made the Cincinnati Enquirer ris Miller Thorpe before heard of the two children Embry Covington never Call on or address nearest ticket rtijurg Democrat and Louisville Courier Journal and if the gentleman has any jewels of with Chenault Duncan Hamilton Park and agent C I St L C Ry or flaming head lines about another Enoch A Heeeptien sort I will most certainly reconsider others of Madison county From that that John Eoan Arden a Tennysonian story of a man the matter Mr and Mrs E B Hume arrived congregation went out in the first quar- Â¬ 12 19 G P T A Cincinnati O from their trip to St Louts and that was supposed to be killed at the bat- Â¬ ter of the preent century some of the it Remember the grent display of Seal i ago csterday afternoon Last even--- i tle of Perry vflle who had left a wife and ablest leaders in the new reformation idea Donelson will make you as good a by A B Btirkhardt thc were given an elegant reception infant son and after the lapse of twenty which w as then having its birth in Ken- and Pluh Cloaks buggy or carriage as can be bought Co at H L White Co on Mon Â¬ any where in at lie hone of Mrs Hume en Lancaster six years returned to find his son grown tucky In that congregation the original America apr4 tf 22utl ami 23rd nue A large crowd was present and and his wife married to another man and ceremony of foot washing and other an- Â¬ day and Tuesday the It Save Money He dis Â¬ cient forms are still continued Some ot itiot Everybody invited to call 1st bountiful and sumptuous supper the mother of two daughters a closed his identity to an old friend leaves By paying cash for your Millinery at v as HOW DOCTORS COXQDER DEATU the largest associations of the Old Baptist Green Front 13 First Street 250 for his son and strikes for Cinciunati church have been held at Flatwoods at- Â¬ Dr Walter K Hatniuond says Bird Law The 15- This is another snake story or a regular tended by its ablest Mks J F Stone preachers from all After a loug experience I have come to Tl e attention of bird hunters is called Mulhattan a fiction of fictions without a over the South There too have been the conclusion that two thirds of all Advice to Mothers word of truth in it a modern romance e following provisions of the Revised t Mrs WnreiiOWs Soothinq BiBCPibonM always some of the most heated debates in which deaths from coughs pneumonia and s ba nsed when children are catting teeth It re tcs No person shall catch kill with not even a shadow for a foundation the doctrines of that church have lieen coiiKumption might be avoided if Dr lievea the little BulTertrut once itproducesnntural irsue with such intent or have the Tlie first ever heard of this Perryville pitted against the vigorous new quiet ileep and the little cherub awakes as bright doctrines Ackers English Remedy for Consump as a button ft is very pleasant to taste It c in possessioa after khas been caught soldier this refugee from yellow fever aoothes the child softens thegoms allays all pain that have been predominant in Kentucky tlon were only carefully used in time regulates the bowels andis the best known remedy c kiled any quaS patridge or plieasant this dwarfish Enoch Arden was in the during the last half century Notable This wonderful Remedy Is sold under a for diarrhoea whether arising from teething or b t ccn the first day of February and the recent correspondence from Harrodsburg other causes Twenty flTe cects a bottle among such debates was that between positive guarantee by W G White G S - Ii day of October in each year under No such person as John Medill ever exist- Â¬ Elder Lampton of that denomination of prescription druggist ed except in the fertile brain of a news- Â¬ a penalty of 3 for each offense Missouri and a noted divine of this coun Hanns Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ paper correspondent Dont forget the dale or place but tism or money refunded Price 75c at ty of the Christian church some eight Why Is This Thus one of the richest of romances is years ago in which Eld Lampton made call Monday or Tuesday aud see Burk Whites Drug Store becoud street Why did the poet sing The Melan-cl-ji- y ruined the humorous repartee to the noted di- Â¬ hardld great display of Wraps at H near Garnett House 5- have come the saddest of the das It Cos vines statement that Lampton did not L White ironnd Broken jrar v hen he beheld the work of the first know whom he had met that he the N Doneison uses the bett material that z i nnal frosts Ground was broken for the construction It seems as though People are being vaccinated at BufÂ¬ D was a blue grass boy educated at col- Â¬ the market affords and the best work- Â¬ t ngs have changed since then and now of the Richmond Nicholasville Irvine falo at the rate of 3000 per day Cas- Â¬ lege to which Lampton responded that men He puts up none but the best es of small pox are discovered daily icc days are the happiest of the year and Beattyville Railroad near Nicholas if the N D was a fair specimen of blue work Buggies carriages etc made m There were five bridal parties registered ville last Thursday A large crowd as- Â¬ grass boys educated at college he would apr4 tf Every wife and mother In the coun- Â¬ to order Call on him at the Alexander Hotel in Louisville in sembled to witness the ceremonies A advise the blue grass farmers to turn their try should know the great value of o ie day last week and it is said that special train cariied large numbers of out to graze and tend their mules to Ayers Sarsaparilla as a blood purifier Ice Rahmoni can count ten weddings for people from Louisville who were friendly boys college It gives tone health and strength to I am prepared to deliver ice to any tiie autumn months to tlie Three Forks R R Mr John Until some five years ago that old con- Â¬ organs corrects all irregular- Â¬ part of the city regularly or on fhort H Welch of Nicholasville made a gregation met and held its monthly meetÂ¬ the vital A Cerreetien ities aud expels impurities from the notice Will make contracts for supply Â¬ speech showing tlie many id vantages of ings in perfect harmony About that system Young and old use it Price ing families offices business houses shops The f 1145 reported by one of the city pa- Â¬ the road President Stine of the new time two preachers ol that denomination 1 It and other places Orders left a Dykess pers last week as having been contributed to road and President Young of the Louismoved Elder Anderson and grocery on Second streeet will receive te National Democratic Campaign Fund ville Southern each made short addresses to that neigborhood Elder Clarkmountain DO NOT SUFFER ANY LONGER from the lv the citizens of this county was con prompt attention Judge W counties and began preaching for the The Courier Journal says Knowing that a cough can be check- Â¬ nbuted not by the citizens but was col- - B Smith of Madison county was next J E Dykes aprii tf congregation at that church Soon a ed in a day and the first stages of con- Â¬ cted by Capt A F Dudley from the presented by Maj Stine as the pioneer of discordant question made its appearance sumption broken ia a week we hereby HARVEST EXCURSIONS Revenue offices of Col Bronetons dis the Three Forks road He spoke of the Eld Anderson and a few followers were guarantee Dr Ackers English Reme Â¬ Capt Dudley is in receipt of a many drawbacks disappointments and To Minnesota Dakota Montana letter from the Chairman of the National hindrances the people had had in their willing to tolerate Sunday Schools and dy for Confcumption and will rufuud give them words of encouragement Eld the money to all who buy take It as For the information of all parties de Â¬ Democratic Committee in New York honest endeavors to secure a railroad Clarke and other members held firmly to per directions and do not find our siring to take a trip through Northern tendering his thanks to the liberal con Â¬ after hrving spent hundreds of thousands ihe old doctrine that Sunday Schools and statement correct Bold by W G Minnesota Dakota or Montana for tributors of dollars to that end and told of how such like are an abomination in the sight White prescription druggist tlie purpose of looking over the country tlie work would be begun only to be of the Lord and should be discontenanced or witli the idea of selecting a new A Mammetli Cucumber Robert J Burdette the noted humor Â¬ home within the boundaries of the dropped ss soon as the money had been on all occasions Mrs Mildred Berry of Silver Creek paid into the pockets of those who were The feeling engendered by this differ- Â¬ ist has been licensed to preach by a grandest wheat belt in the world and brought to The Climax office last week claimed to And for ence continued to grow in bitterness until Baptist church at Little Merlon Penn Â¬ an agricultural country suitable for an unusually large cucumber which she thought be all they you Mr President said he to Maj Stine it culminated a few weeks ago in the per sylvania diversified farming dairy and stock raised in the produce garden of the Hume y purposes theSt Paul Minneapolis fir n Mrs Berry has had charge of the we all have a deep and tender regard for ferment of certain charges by the TERRIBLE School party ten in number against Manitoba Ry will put in ellect a rate gaden for the past 3 ear and if all the you and for your interesting family but if Two thirds of all deaths in New you dont build this road for us all jesting Elder Anderson based not specifically for the round trip from St Paul to products of the garden were as large in aside well hang you as high as Haman upon his interest in Sunday Schools but York City are from consumption or points on Its line cheaper than ever be- Â¬ proportion as this cucumber she is to be Thank Goodness however we are out of upon matters growing out of it Last Sat- Â¬ pneumoula The tame proportion fore Aug 21st Sept 11th and Oct congratulated The cucumber measures Delays are woods and our dream is at last to be urday was fixed to hear the charges and holds for most other cities 9th and 23d tickets will be sold from cieen inches in diameter length wfeci the realized time is close st hand when dispose of them Early on that morning dangerous Dr Ackers Engiisti Re Â¬ all points south and east of St Paul The twenty five inches around lengthwise and one can take a lemonade at Charleston in tlie hosts began to gather and the meeting medy for Consumption will always re- Â¬ For maps and information apply to eleven hes around the middle It can the morning a drink of old Kentucky in lasted six hours The first action was the lieve and may save your life Hold your home tlcket agent to any agent be seen it this office Louisville at noon and sink into a com- Â¬ adoption of a rule by which the proceed- Â¬ by W GWblte prescription druggist of the company or Grand Vocal Concert fortable bed in Chicago after supper with- ings should be governed This rule was F I Whitney The city levy of Winchester for tills Mdlle Bredelli assisted by her pupils out going all over the world to get there offered by the Anderson party and was Geul Pas and TkL Agt year was fixed at fifty cents on the w 11 give a grand vocal concert on Satur Miss Maggie Chenault of tills city that the persons preferring the charges 11- SU Paul Mlnu hundred dollars and the poll tax for day evening Oct 20th at 8 oclock The wheeled the first dirt that was moved for should not be allowed to vote on any ques- Â¬ city purposes at two dollars Wanted Help 3Ien and Women concert will be given in aid of the Good I the railroad and made the following ad tion that should arise This virtually dis Â¬ Templars Lodge and the Young Mens dress Mr President Ladies and Gen- Â¬ posed of the charges for about all the op Â¬ Wanted one good man or lady in greatest variety of Seal and Tlie C hn Uan Association Richmond will tlemen Since I was a small child the position had joined in the preferment Pluxh Cloaks ever seen in Richmond eacli couuty quick to represent our ha e a musical treat of vocal music The ambition of the people of Madison coun- Elder Anderson denied the charges spe- Â¬ will be displayed on Monday and house and introduce our three great programme is strewn with very fine selec Â¬ ty has been to burld a railroad to the cifically but plead no counter claim nor Tuesday next at H L White Cos new books and Bibles No cash or To- - set off against his accusers tion s We would advise all hirers of mountains of Eastern Kentucky 30 days time experience necessary A vote was It t sorg not to miss the oeporunky of attend i day the work begins and I trust that the taken njid the charges were not sustained New allowed agents to deliver books WHY WOMEN FADE ng this performance Elder Anderson then addressed the The f elections are counties of Lee Estill Madison and Jes- Plans and new books ou salary or Woman loose their beauty because commission or we will close a yearly as follows Poet Song The Urchins I samine will soon be bound together by the meeting and said that if the charges were Dance Balf strong ties of steam and steel pouring true he should be excluded from the colds undermine their life Dr Ackers contract with good pushers and guar Â¬ Grand Ricet and Aria Mrs Rollins Burnam Song To The their millions of untold wealth into the church but that if they were untrue the English Remedy for Consumption is antee salary Large descriptive Illus- Â¬ Woods Warner Mrs Lou Francis lap of our proud metropolis the beautiful church should withdraw from those who an nbsolutecure for colds Bold by W trated circulars anil best terras free Chorus and Tesor OUigato Fair Is The city of Louisville for to her best citizens preferred them A vote was taken on G White prescription druggist Act Quick and address that proposition and the church withdrew ght GavoUe from the Opera Mig is due the success of this grand enterprise Dan Linahan Publishing Co Why Butler with that aching head Miss Maggie well deserved the follow its fellowship from the ten members who when you may be cured with Ayers 41 h and Washington Av rioni Miss Campbell Spring Song St Louis Mo Mendelsohn s 16 20 Miss Minnie Smith Bal Â¬ ingcomplimentary notice by the Courier preferred the charges This action would Cathartic Pills Send a two cent lad Kerry DaBce Although only fifteen years of not be sustained in the law ccurts but we stamp to Dr J C Ayer Co Lowell MoHoy Mk Sharp Journal I have secured the services of an ex Chorus Who Shall Win My Lady Fair age the elegant little lady performed her are not familiar with the code by which Maps for a f et of their attractive peiieneed trimmer who has arrived Ballad Golden Love delicate task without a falter and Treas- ecclesiastical tribunals are governed and album cards Milton Wettings It and with a large stock of new and Mrs Burnam from urer Grant was so much pleased with her cannot answer for the correctness of the Flower Song seasonable good I shall try to satisfy A SAD STORY Â¬ - Opera Faust Miss Campbell Doub effort that he called enthusiastically for judgement there It is thought that tliti le Quartette The child coughed Tha motberran those who may fuvorroo with a call Schubert three cheers for Miss Maggie and with Sunday School question will pervade In Serenade vng Good bje Sweetheart Hatton three times three and a tiger the woods entire church of that denomination ani 1 No remedy waa near Before morning both In style and quality I buy noth ing but the best goods My many Mrs Ftancis cause the schism which began at Flat- - the poor little sufferer rae dead Mendelsohn rang Duett friends nud customers always welcome Misses Smith and Campbell Always keep Dr Ackers May the whistle of the engine and the woods last Saturday to extend all over Moral Sour Be Always Mine Miss Sharp rolling of the car soon be heard in the the land where that denomination has its English Remedy at hand Sold by W whether they by or not Welling 16-Mks J F Stone Chorus The Vfcmgs followers Winchester Democrat G Wbfre prescription druggist Tickets 30 ceats flourishing cHy of Richmond THE CLIMAX Personal -- MM Â¬ Â¬ w The Largest and M st Complete Line of Clothing1 Ever S hown in Richmond We have just returned from the market where we have bought goods at such LOW PRICES that we can sell you the best Suit or Overcoat or anything in our line at LOWER -- Â¬ Â¬ PIES you era bought them st before L Our aim is to sell you goods at prices that will give you full satisfaction for what you pay for same Our stock embraces Â¬ All the Latent Styles in Suits A BEATJTIFHXa LIN sreoats Jkc C Â¬ in the latest patterns colors fabrics c Our coats and suits will lit all sizes and shapes from the largest man to the smallest boy long and slim thin and stout te OF HATS CAPS Ion Â¬ Complete Ldixe of Furnishing Goods IN ALL QUALITIES COLOES AND SHADES nri Â¬ -- the Latest Things ta be Found En a Fsrst Giass Tailoring Establishment at the very lowest prices for a first class lit 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 1 01 GOODS AI IRKED we are AT PRICES TO BEAR IS ORT II MAT 1 ME SAID -- With thanks for past patronage and hoping for the continuance of same Very Eespectfully - COVINGTON 213 LARGEST EXCLUSIVE MITCHELL TSTESSI JSKJSJTjST SEIFSSIES 1 FOLDING BED FACTORY in BRUNSWICK Simplest FOLDING BED tlie World Â¬ 1 Most Durable Best 1 Hade in All Kinds of Wood Cannot fret out of order oven under thu most careless use Twenty Different Styles liiiiilliil 1 6t OIJSY SlflSa 3 in long It is so accurately balanced a mere cafld can handle it n extra room jurt the thing for a man bed room to- CLOSED TFith all the balding in LARGEST STOCK Duy no othor It Is the BEST OF If your Furniture Dealer hasnt it writo for Catalogue to Fort Wayne Furniture 15 27 Co Fort wayne m Sole Manufacturers OLorri aixiTGr Hats and Furnishing Goods i ANNOUNCEMENTS FOIt AFSESSOIC TO PHYSICIANS and Â¬ tct Â¬ Â¬ We are authorized to announce W for Assessor of Madison county subject to the action of the Residence Grounds 12- Democratic parly We are authorized to announce JOEL T EMBRY as a candidate for Asses Â¬ sor of Madison county subject to the action ot the democratic party We are authorized to announce Desiring to remove South I ofler for A J WILLOUGHBY as a caudidate privately my liouhe aud grounds for Assessor of Mudisou couuty subject sale Onion City Madison couuty Ky to tlie action of the Democratic par Â¬ at The house is a frame w eat herboard 3- ty ed plastered and papered with large windows weighted sali inside blind1 Edilor CZimax in hall The hous e con Several weeks since I noticed in stiiued glass latticed veranda talus six your paper a cull on me to become a and good rooms with Brick chimneys candidate for Assessor of MadUou with grateskitchenwell or sou water zo A Many Voters of couuty Signed everlast- Â¬ deep door Having considered tlie sub- Â¬ feet well in atthe yard Another Million and pond iu lot ject I have determined to become a ing goes dry candidate I thank Many Voters of that never Buggy house good stables and other Million Tor their kind and I must building Hay flattering expressions as to iny qualifications I therefore announce Fine young orchard and excellent myself as a candidate for Assessor of gardeu Madison county subject to the action or the Democratic party Very truly 13- C R Todok with good post and rail fence all round aud a beautiful grove of locust trees an FOB JAILEB acre We are authorized to announce anThe in extent three hundred JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for feet ongrounds front street of the vil- Â¬ the principle Jailer of Madison couuty subject to the lage and my fflice ia iu a neat aud 3- action of the Democratic party convenient drug store immediately ou We are authorized to announce ttie street JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for I desiie to sell ray stock of drugs There U Jailerof Madison couuty subiect to tho along with the property 3- - room for a stock of fancy groceries uctiou of the Democratic party wish to add such We are authorized to anupunce should the purchaser SAMUEL BIGGEUSTAFF a candi uoods to tlie stocka nice orderly village Union City is date for Jailer or Madison county ub on the Richmond and Jacksons jferry ject to the action of tne Democratic turnpike sevpn mile from Rlehniond 3- party aud six from Kentucky River and has Wo are authorized to announce two general stores piwt ofllce express THOMAS S FERRELL as a candi Â¬ facilities two blacksmiin snops wiiiisaddlers date for Jailerof Madison county cub woodfchnn oneMasonic shoi a schoolLodge brick house with ject to the action of the Democratic church oocunled by two denominations 4- party Several roads centre at Union Cily We are authorized to announce I have practiced medicine at Union JOHN HILL ns a candidate for Jailer City for twenty years aud know it to county subject to the ac Â¬ be one of the best country locations iu of Madison 4- Kpntuckv tion of the Democratic party J HARVEY well ImproYedforSale We can not give you a in Richmond house and lot or a gold watch and chain with every Suit or Hat as we dont ask you that extra profit but guarantee to give you more and better m j othing ats urnishm I Goods con- Â¬ than you ever got before for same money Owing to backward spring we have cluded to CDI BOM OUR STOCS which is larger than ever and in order to do so we will almost sell them at Your Own Price COME AND SEE THE - FOR are oflered We are authorized to anuounce J B I refer by permission to Drs Jen- Â¬ HARRIS a candidate for Uminty Su- Â¬ nings and Poynlz and Cashier J E perintendent of Public School subject Greenleaf 1st National Bank Richto the action of the Democratic party mond 5- Call on or address me at Ulnon City Â¬ county superintendent A HnfiHHhliiA vi A a ntil aociW f AIY Respectfully BOOK 1GEIITS HIED 8- - Dr JOHN W HARRIS LARGEST STOCK t FINEST GOODS NEWEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES CAl THREE GREAT NEW BOOKS LAST CAIA Â¬ ON SALARY ORTCOMMISSION Yotir City Tax Is past due If not 30 days allowed agents to deliver booVs paid hy November 1st 10 per cent will Best be added acdordlng tolnw necessary no cash or experience terms free See local notice J L BAXTER City Collector DAN LlNAlfAK JUBLISDlXG CO Powell on 2d St Ofllce with Smith Mo 4th and Washington Ave St Louit 17 19 i6 o ever named for same quality of goods at the oldest Clothing House in EichmoncT J mj2 tf B STOTJTEER ElKST STR3SET j J SPEED SMITH CHAS S POWELL THE SARDINE INDUSTSY FACTS FOR FARMERS Oil FULL OF FUN SMIffi POWELL ICROOKEJ BENNETT I Issued by the Frandh Government the Rvim tks Deux Monde has published i li an interesting account of the sardino industry which has so long flourished on the coast of Brittany As but little is known about the true sardine ovon We represent ten of Ute strong- Â¬ in France and of oourse much less in est Fire Insurance Companies in this country our reodors may liko to the world We repreeeat tlie see the facto Oompany that has the largest When it reaohoa its full growth the ccpital in the world the Company true sardine Is a little smaller than the herring at this stago it is fat oily that lias the largest paid up capital and of a mediocre taste It weighs be- Â¬ hi the world the Company that tween a quarter and a third of a pound has the largest assets in the world This fish which on the coast of Corn tle only Oompany in the worW wall is known as the pilchard and in that pays its losses without dis Â¬ Brittany as the winter surdine ap count and does net make you pears toward the olose of the cold sea agree in its policy to wait axty The attention of the ladies is especially called to our superior json and vanishes by Juno It is then days after a fire to get yon r money imore than two yoars old This sardine Ail Companies charge the same line of Dress Goods ombraoing the most fashionable Fabrics to be is salted but never preserved in oil It is tho so called summer sardine rate then whlofa is fried in boiling oil packed in had in NevvTork not Insure in the Best tin boxes and shipped all Ovtfr the World This is the same fklj as thd Insure your house and contents pilchard or winter sardine only it is q and sleep soundly it will be too year younger It arrives off the Breton late after you are burned out coast in vast shoals during June and Our Companies hare over 40- thenceforward until November it is 000QOO capital and over 100 taken in nete the bait used being the c c salted roe of the codfish or a minute 000000 assets vk species of shrimp procured in the Xtiwcijiool Load Jb neighborhood Whither it goes and jUajmAAGlobe Atuk m fmaaan hi iaj 1Mb where it passes the cold season is un- Â¬ S4U9i6c G idiuH known but it is believed to be a deep water fish which only in tho months mentioned comes to the surface This fS5 is eertoin however that it is met with Hartford 3l6frit We have in Lacos Ribbons Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Gloves and only nearly that section of tho Atlantic j coast of Europe which extends from 181015 Cornwall to Portugal Parasols all that oan be desired The sardino industry has of lato Total years passed through a severe crisis 2t5M The take was small during tho whole IS 9m period from 1880 to 18SC with the ex- Â¬ ception of the year 1833 In 1886 tho value of the sardine in oil exported fell to S2800000 or less than half of what it was seven years before Last year oa the other hand was extremely With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the host New profitable to the canning factories al- Â¬ though for the Jh-ZMM3C5S York school of art and design in gents garments v experienced in the sardines the prices paid ranged fresh per thousand from best houses of that city and versed in every detail of the business sixty cents to ten dollars The com- Â¬ petition to which the French manu Â¬ aided by on elaborate stock of facturers are subjected comes not only mmmiJm WMffcijaf vijfct O from the United States where tho fish used is not the true sardine but also from Portugal where the genuine fish is procurable and where extensive can Â¬ ning establishments have been recent- Â¬ ly inaugurates Nevertheless there are certain French canners whose trade marks widely known are and whose products everywhere command prices relatively high Their control of a market is probably due to the fact that they arc We are putting forth suits equal to the best made in this country careful to employ nothing but veritable olive oil of a superior quality Tho IKALKK IN Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us vast quantity of cotton seed oil annual- Â¬ ly shipped from Alexandria to Mar- Â¬ Watch oc Ctoebe Jewlr y Silver ami seilles raises the suspicion that some French sardine canners may expose Plated ware tie Special themselves to tho same charges that atleHtiott given to have been leveled at their American rivals At all events it follows that SEATING DIAMONDS Neck Wear Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Shirts laundried and the exquisite flavor of certain French product k owing partly to the quality of the oil and partly to the fact that unlaundried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES only genuine sardinos are used and moreover that they are washed evis Â¬ A Buslneu TJiat Itas Flourished for Many Year on the Brittany Coast A pro the new regulations just Fire Insurance ia if DMSTOH d D iu GOO D 8 Â¬ Â¬ testifying in an well casa was urged to toll tho hoie truth Merchant Traveler 800030 scrubs The reason that there are so many Why is proÂ¬ Teacher to class mortgages on farms is because so many crastination called the thief of time farmers sell corn oats and hay oarly Boy at foot of class Because it and then have to buy the same class of takes a person so long to say it articles before the next orop is raised Life A system of farming which does A Southorn poet has written sdnid not provide in an eeonomioal way for lines and dedicated them tti a lottery U retdrn In an available form of tho tioket Wo take it that they aro soil constituents carried off by tho written in blank verse Tonkers States- crop raised can not otherwise but provo ultimately a financial failure When lovely woman trays a polly Which she deslgas shall talk and pray Tho agricultural papers are agiÂ¬ How shocked is she and melaneooly tating the question of selling eggs by To find the parrot swears all day A weight instead of by the down Tk Idea correspondent of the WeaUm Plowman Customer Give mo a dose of boos no equity in selling by the dozen Druggist Whats the mat-Â¬ so long as hens refuse to lay eggs of a whisky There are about 230090 pure bred cattle hi the United States against 49 A witness who was I I -I CEIM Hlijijl Syl I THKNEXTSaKMN Wetaiij GORMLEYSwaJirSk - GO TJte Fmtajiatmy Dh muter tthtwrnptrtUon f attrt mi pmkm will be w thfe Madison County j JLP JLJP JLs JBiaSS Why Choice Silks Henriettas Serges De Eoges Cashmeres - Lace Flounces of all kinds TOg -- White Goods in great quantity uniform sizo In transplanting trees all tho roota which may have become bruised or broken in tho process Of lifting should bo cut oldonuwny behind thd broken part as they theii more readily Strike out hew roots from the cut parte In all such esses the cut should be a clean sloping one and made in an upward and outward direction A very large part of the crops grown upon the farm in tho shape oi grain1 should be turned into meats and butter and cheese before it is sold Id this way tho land is kept in fertility and tho product is very much more valuable and concentrated The farth Â¬ er who raises crops through the sum- Â¬ mer and feeds them through the win tor has doublo profits Prairie Farm cr The best way to clean the farm of woodchucks is to first fill up all the holes that can be found on the farm then in five days go over the field and to every hole that has been dug out put in a piece of red hot iron as largo as ones hand and on the iron drop a piece of roll brimstone as large as a small ogg cover the hole at once with a sod and cover the sod with fine dirt and leave it A small portable furnace may be used to heat the iron -- Merchant Tailoring ADRUFF J- j French English ai American Swiss mmmmm TROUSBRIIaGS and ySSSTXMS 1STTS RJEHZSHXlTe GOODS RSFiLIRIIS manner rmtaptiy dotte and in a workmanlike Cash lit WALL PAPERS from the Puat ofltce ICicbinood Ky in great quantity ainl variety Paid fcr Old Gold and Silver elegant embossed gilt Dont larsrot llw nla nsvf Luu- the cheapest to the itios Jnh 4 f PATENT PaMte Caveat ami Trade Marks lametireJ Jfc jeeted Apjdieatiiwts Re Â¬ vived mikI Proeeented All buetaeee before I Ik- - U S Patent Oflfee ly attetoied to for moderate fee and ho charge made utiles Patent ig eired Send lor IiiveMlrs Guide FRANKLIN H HOUGH may flif Washington D C hoie apllS tf mm k uisra Richmond Ivy Cor Main and Second Sts tnFt Ksliabln aai Active Xea to au Jviulmshei Hoii UuiIiik Hie travel for wmiMr month TliuN iiliocau lurnislm Jioiveund Bivt faiit preferred Xlonev advanced MoulMy li j expeiiae grwt ofeaaoe ier tke right men I SIhiv uv uuxn expeihrucc- - and u wuc lime better send Mama ami addm of references No atleu Uoa paid lu puctal cnrdR WAITED a To The Public BOOTS SHOES IHI IA two after they are caught No fish de-Â¬ teriorates more rapidly after removal from the water than the sardine The French Government has recently forbidden the use of the large capa- Â¬ cious and improved nets by which huge multitudes of the summer sar-Â¬ dine could be drawn in at a stroke This prohibition was issued in con- Â¬ formity with the wishes of the Breton fishermen who ascribe the crisis to which their industry has been subject- Â¬ ed to the sweeping reduction of tho fish by the new fangled implements But as the large seines are employed by their Portuguese competitors the French canners naturally protest against this interference of the stato THE SECRET OF HEALTH No one who knew him would say that Dr Clarke was a robust man but there were few well men who oould do more work than he did or could do it with less expenditure of nervous en- Â¬ ergy He was the man of all the men we have known who always had strength for an emergency He was never idle never hurried and yet one who knw his habits and was acquaint-Â¬ ed with what he accomplished and was in the habit of measuring tho man by what he did would always be sur Â¬ prised by the amount of work that passed through his hands He was onee asked what was the secret of his tireless energy and great accomplish Â¬ ment The reply was instantaneous and the assuring smile of one who feels that he has a satisfactory answer spread over his features as he said I have never been in a hurry I have always taken plenty of exercise I have always tried to be careful and I have taken all the sleep that I needed These were bis health rules and A Lesson TauRht by the Useful Life of me Ulle ur Clarke cerated and fried within an hour or AND HATS D vM Nrw mind aboot miaUatl atauiu for reply Addrcaa BUSI Â¬ NESS Box li Richmond Va LLL V Sloan C3 EZOO 1 1 J InLLhuL er- J1I nPC stock of LEA3S THE VTGSLI iui n OoM - lull Uioj j - Hayo just gotten n an immense Fall--and--Wint- ii s r t- - it afir Goods CONSISTING OF AIiZ agaaBfJfc3gSS RABSS and PRICKS rstt3DTLaaBTaay ijitr laflacs Gciacr Tcerlcss and Creaery Slea Gas 1 loirs The Tkresir aad Cleaner Domestic Pctt nt Variable TrJo tioa teed Pat Dogs wn wnrksana fcav QoUe Trartioi aa4 Portable from the medium price to the highest It is our aim to suit the public and to do it we have bought goods to suit everybody We do not keep shoddy but good honest goods at honest prices We handle the beat makes of custom goods an4 want a share of your patronage if prices are a condition Respectfully E mekii iy laarlaL E uttatt iwinifsi Aad dMMMt 8bOTjIW fiaad fur eaUiuctKi to the m nm CO WevaataeaaBtaadlarfteooriaapoadaaaa UEISEK MANUFACTURING nsanKr juxzl bol m DPARMEB THE MAIN STREET BSACKIRiAC Palace Steamers Her rip Summer Tours Low RATrs I JEWEIES t while his oontemDorarioa on v nn suooumbed to ill health and early dis- Â¬ appeared the veteran till less than two years ago was in comparatively strong health and could do his work with ap Â¬ parent ease When he broke down ho wsi like the One Hoss Shay cele Â¬ brated by his friend and classmntn Dr Holmes lie seemed to go all at onee as if the machinery of his physical system were worn out Ho made the most of his life because ho made the most of the conditions which are the foundations of splendid physic- Â¬ al health He knew from the first how to take care of himself His rules were as rigidly observed as the laws of the Medes and Persians and his obedience to them gave him nearly oighty years of active and helpful life He never wasted his onergy He never lamented that ho could not do the impossible He was an idealist who within the limits of what could be done worked with all his might till his working days woro ovor Chris- Â¬ tian Xegttfer DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAHD acOtaweaklamd Wnaai acr Wttk hhHP Is the place to go if you want anythng 1 in I i 1 g 1 Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Fine Gold Ibatsa ohr aa tataaaarTBtiaa oaring Jaly aad Angsu OOR IUUSTHATEB PAMPHLETS Sctas aad lucnaa tistm wtli a toutti by rowrTSota Aeat or addraa E WHITCGMC Gan Pa Set rM Clmiad Clesai tallica Ca D7nCT KCH aprj 6ra DETROIT AND CLEVELAND f I neaded Silk Umbrellas Fine Razors Fine Pocket Knives a Gold Headed Oanos At f 4Jg3M90aHMSM4SM -iTwfll IT m7 Domestic Sewing Macliines AND ALL KINDS OF LOUISVILLE KY in Uie city The Largest and Finest Hotol YOUR SEW1KG MACHINE NEEBLES BRING m Rates25o to 4 Per Day Old Gold- - According to rooms Tnrkibh and Russian Baths in HoteL and SILVER and get new goods for it or the The Maxim Gun In Austria Mr Hiram Maxims mitrailleuse gun has been accepted by tho War Ministry and orders havo been given for thirty of these guns to be delivered before the ond of 1888 The caliber is to be that of tho new eight millimeter rifle so the same am mutton can be used Tho thirty guns now ordered are for the outworks of Cracow and the Praemyel fortifications Experiments are being made to apply the mitrailleuse for light cavalry use When the new weapon was laded in the presence of the Archduke William and a number of officers near VJonnn Neu stadt some days ago Mr Maxim fired at a distance of six hundred paces marking his namo on a target in enormous letters in less time than it would take him to write it on paper In four seconds the colossal letter forming his name woro clearly legible The rate is sis hundred shots per min- Â¬ ute and the position defended by such a mitrailleuse is perfectly safe oven against the most determined troops Three men serving the gun would bo able to mow down three batalions The position of tho weapon can be changed to any height required jif lanta Oonalilulion Austro-Hun-garian c261y Hoodlum comes from the Ger Â¬ man hudler meaniag a loafer or idler One who claims to know whereol he affirms states that when skim milk and butter milk are fad to pigs they are worth one fourth as much as corn meal Fed to calves they are worth on an average twenty five cents per 100 For feeding warm to 93 deg feed three times a day and feed sweet As the calf grows add oatmeal gruel and finally clear oatmeal The skim milk of one good cow and two dollars1 worth of oatmeal will raise two calves through the season spring to fall Rabbit driving is a new sport that is becoming popular in Kern County CaL Jack rabbits are so nu- Â¬ merous there that ranchmen organise and hold weekly rabbit drives Long triangular corrals of brush are made Several hundred men drive the rabbits into the corral and then knock them Harpers Bazar on the head with clubs About Father whom Bobby has induced drives have been held and 17 to take him Now Bobby I 000 rabbits been killed The large quite understand this If the mandont who land owners give barbecues to the men throws the ball fails to hit tho club after the drive after three trials does that put the Prudent farmers find it well to umpire out Bobby Pa do you re Â¬ choose their seed grain early in sum- Â¬ member why you sent me to bed last mer by selecting a portion of tho field night at seven oclock Father that appears the best going through Why n no Bobby It was for this and pulling up weak stools and asking foolish questions N Y Sun destroying all tall weeds This por-Â¬ Â¬ tion is to be kept and threshed sepaTHE ROAD TO RUIN rate from the rest Hoed crops suffer from neglect the earlier a weed is out Richard A Proctor Thinks There Is No Safe Gambling Theory of the way the better for the crop The doctrine of the maturity of tho Weed by horse implements where over Stop hoeing tho corn aft- Â¬ chances combined with the doctrino practicable er the ground is shaded Pastures of the vein of luck advanced by tho should not be fed too close If there departed gambler and rogue Stein is a rainy spell apply any good fertil- Â¬ metz as the two fundamental principles izer under which are included plaster for successful gambling curiously illus- Â¬ trate the utter inability of the gam- Â¬ and ashes bling mind to roason soundly One doctrino really means that the luck AERATION OF SOIL must change not telling the gambler Its Importance Illustrated by a Number ok whether it will change sooner or later Observations tho other really means that luck may In the Mediterranean regions the bo trusted not to change for a while steep mountain slopes and hillsides not tolling tho gambler how long that aro terraced for the culture of oranges while may bo trusted to last And lemons and olives and these terraces the poor simpleton for even gambling are held in place by rough stone walls rogues like Steinmetz are but simple- Â¬ laid up without mortar or cement tons at bottom con not see that the two Behind these loose walls trees shrubs doctrines necessarily fill the record for and vines are grown with the greatest all possible events and must therefore success as they havo been for cent- Â¬ be utterly valueless in considering tho uries A weal by English gentleman chances for any particular event or who spends his winters at Mentone series of ovents Whatever happens on the shores of the great tropical sea one or other law must be justified but named above thought to improve upon gamblers rejoice at this as evidence in the customs of the country by build- Â¬ favor of the two laws instead of seoing ing his terrace walls of stones laid in that it proves both to be worthless cement But to his surprise his Does a gambler who has been lucky trees mode a feeble sickly growth win afresh then tho gamblers and bore miserable crops while thoso around see in the cose an illustration of his poor peasant neighbors growing of the vein of luck Does tho luck behind dry and often dilapidated change then they proclaim with walls were models of health and pro- Â¬ equal wisdom their faith in tho ductiveness The removal of some of doctrine of the maturity of tho these walls brought to light a most im- Â¬ chances They may not nso theso portant fact m agriculture the neces- Â¬ precise words on the contrary their sity of soil asration to the healthful words may be any thing but precise growth of roots The rear side of the in one case they may say He has loose and dry rubble walls was com- Â¬ tho devils own luck and in the other pletely closed with a mat of finely- - they may swear lustily because hav- interlaced root libers from the fruit j ing backed his luck they have lost trees growing on the terraces The money And since every single ex Â¬ mat followed down the walls clear to perience of every gambler is bound to tho base and extended to a consider- Â¬ confirm his belief that luck will either able distance horizontally in both di- Â¬ change or continue unchanged his rections Thus a large surface was ex- Â¬ faith in tho fundamental idiocies posed to the beneficial influence of the of gambling the vein of luok and atmosphere Behind the cemented the maturity of the chancas grows walls however no such root develop- Â¬ constantly in strength and fervor Tho ment was found The rootlets spread belief that in the long run luck must out somewhat beneath the surface of run oven is not quite so obviously mis- Â¬ the narrow terrace but failed to fol- Â¬ leading as either of tho two the com- Â¬ low tho walls downward The cement- Â¬ bination of which it really represents ed walls had shut out the oxygen and It is true indeed in a sense but it is there was no encouragement for root misleading all the same It means so growth The trees were restricted in much less than believers in it imagine thoir nutrition and a depauperate Consider how little it really promises growth was the result If the gambler when he looses assures In my experience in washing out himself on tho strength of this law roots of various plants at our New that ho must one day recover all ho York Stato Experiment Station I havo has lost what an argument ho should been often struck with the fact that find fn that against gambling For the roots of crops spread out over the what earthly use can there be in con- Â¬ surface of the layer of soil that lies tinuing a process which if continued just beneath the plow line as upon a long onough is bound to land you table The roots are almost exclusive- Â¬ whero you becan But the fatal ly in the lower three inches of the soil trouble about this article of the gam Â¬ moved by the plow The loose surÂ¬ blers faith is that it says nothing about face layer of soil corresponds to the a beginning It applies to every stago dry rubble wall Beneath it is tho of his progress whether ha is in pocket mat of roots Every florist finds tho or out of pocket Prof Proetor in mat of roots always close to the inner Rational Jiaiew wall of the pots If ho uses a glazed pot tho plants do not prosper the roots The Story of Annie Laurie being deprived of the influence of oxygen Thoy are in the same condi Â¬ I was raised on the next form to Mr tion as were the gontlemans treos Laurie Annie Lauries father I was growing bohind tho cemented walls personally acquainted with both The moral is obvious We must keep and hor father and also the authorher of the surface soil loose Wo the song Knowing the facts I havo aro admonished to do this been requested by my friends to givo in order to prevent evapora-Â¬ the benefit of my knowledge which I tion but this is but half of the argu- Â¬ havo consented to do Annie Laurie ment as the illustrations to hand so was born in 1827 and was about seven Â¬ clearly show Nature in some mys- Â¬ teen years old when the incident oc- Â¬ terious way provides for her own ara curred whichgives rise to the song bear Â¬ tion Go into the woods where tho soil ing hor name James Laurie Annies supports a vigorous vegetation and father was a farmer who lived and take up a spadeful of earth It will ba owned a large farm called Tharagles found fully as porous as the most thor- Â¬ town in Dumfriesshire Scotland oughly cultivated field The sod Ho hired a great deal of help and ground along an old fence though not among those employed was man a by disturbed by tho plow for half a centÂ¬ the name of Wallace to act as foroman ury is always porous and friable and while in his employ Mr Wallace But in cultivated fields whero we dis- Â¬ fell in love with Annie Laurie whioh turb natural processes the soil beÂ¬ fact hor father soon learned and forth- Â¬ comes compacted unless kept loose by with discharged him He went to hln tillage How then oan we expect a home whioh was in Maxwelton arid good crop from a baked soil or a good was taken sick the nis ht he reanhml yield of fruits from trees in land packed there and tho next morning whoa into a hardpan by cattle or swine The Annie Laurie heard of it she came to same truth is illustrated in cities whero his bedside and waited on him tilLha shade trees refuse to grow along paved died and on his death bed com- Â¬ streets Frof E S Qoff m N Y posed tho song Geneseo N he Be YJ Tribune publican 1 half-a-doz-- Aguo Customer ter with you Oh you shako for tho Druggist Washington Critic drinks Jo you Texas Whats tho Judgo Plaintiff Prisoner stolo a charge Then ho Texas Judge horse inustaagi The judge falls pierced by Towii Topidii sixteen bullets said a Whats your order sir restaurant waiter to a base ball pitch- Â¬ er Ill take a hot grounder and a And the waiter foul tip he replied brought him a baked potato and quail on toast N Y Journal lie 10 p hii and the lamp turned low humorously It Isnt atall queer is it Edith that one should find electric kisses when he goe3 spark-Â¬ ing Yes queer indeed Mr She Standoff when tho ladys negative is Judge positive We are told that the Siberian rail- Â¬ road will connect Naplrsk Chita Irkutsk Tomsck Tobolsk and Ekat orineburg We think if these namos were connected and hod a handle ad- Â¬ justed to the rear ond they would mako a first class meat saw Puck Young Mr Wabash May I have the pleasure of acting as your escort to supper Miss Breezy Miss Breezy Oh thanks scanning her card awfully I see Mr Poroines namo is down for the first valse in that direc- Â¬ tion But you may have the second Time Mr Wabash Only think Agnes remarked Mrs Elderly it is just thirty years ago to day since pa and I married Yes and what a pity you married so young Had you waited a few years I should not be as old as I am and there Bos- Â¬ might be still a chanoa foV me ton Trameript Tramp I know it maam Pm always out of work but its all my Woman How is that cussed luck poor man Tramp Its this way maam In the winter I feel like mow- Â¬ ing lawns and in the summer I just actually crave to shovel snow and Nature continually balks me Have you such a thing as a pie in the house -- HllUmtHM betesirH prMf buys for Col- ltint five thorough r thm lo thcj who can Hlreuwr Special hh Writing m giver KefttitiK ml1vil EKi Alfetttkm in caltal tu eoamiwitawiiPH from Irore a pttHMbttttt riiizn muBiyr Bwnim 1 Scr HARNESS MAIN STEEET RICHMOND KY janll ir the mrtiMMin pNrstioi ml nt work duo in ihfe le j Usiverakjr jr t Dr L RjCMMomt Ky Ju H BLAKTOX Chancellor of Cent r My JUnr started my oldest ton h jrear with tonic nukiw Dt KENTUCKY CENTEAL E E BLUE 30RASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North West and Southwest East Fast Line Between Lexington and Cincinnati SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 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jaj ai ai iw pa 45 P apa 11 75 P T P pa ST PAUL and MINNEAFCLIS AT RATI- 32 leaves Covington at S3o a m ar- this train runs through to Richmond Ky rives Falmouth 1030 a m Sunday others are daily except Sunday A only Dtreet connection hi rafttle at WlncneMer with CbeMpeuke ami T7VT7T No 31 leaves Falmouth at 430 p m ar- AsthlHtMl llunltiigtou Ohio for Mt Sterling JLJ T AUXX Cbarleatuti W Va rives Covington 630 p m Sunday and Eastern lilies LES6 THAN ONK CiN i i only FAST LINK Nos X and 4 ran vta Wln No round trip rale nn No 15 leaes Lexington 715 p m ar- ehMterMlkl Traliw with Tollman bfeepina Cans tietween Ci net n null and KMihmmhI Va DOLLAR TWENTY rives Paris 755 p m ami WlitetteKterand Washington D C UREAP KAUI S No 8 leaves Covington 530 p m ar TuroHicli Tickets and RMgaice Cheeked to BUriK MONTANA rives Falmouth 720 p tn any destination reached by u railroad Persons tieiriiMt to t k No 7 leaves Falmouth 550 a m arrives For nil particulars addreng or call oh any through Northern Aim tie agent of tlie tonijwuy Covington 750 a in or RMMitaua for the puri r K II KACOX S F B MOKHK Daily Except Sunday Agt Trav lien Fair AgL over trie eotmiry or vtiu Ky Covington Ky Note No 3 Daily between Richmond l exlnalon selecting a new home Lexington and Covington II K HUNTINGTON F B LAKK Agt Richmond Ky brNmuaried Ueul Mauzxer No 4 Daily between Covington Lex of the u ngton and Winchester On Saturdays General Offices Covington Ky WHEAT BELT IN THi No Â¬ CHEAPER TH 1 Â¬ TTTrinTfl UIjI Witt - Â¬ ntil lar and au agricultural eunr QUEEN AND CEESCENT EOUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE for Uirenulteil s toek imrpow- - farming will do ut i advantage of time rait 1AIACR SLKtrlXG AN I T FMKB COMUH8T SLI I 1 LINE TO yw rwuno tfehtK 8- - New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the For maps ami infori m axeir l of the eotHpatiy or F I VHirNK UfjtMPaw n y TV P PricijalMts SonHi East ai Sbhmbs t Eight Grass Seed Fr I N li THE SOUTHERN ItOUTE TO TIIE PACIFIC the Important Cities of the South without change cf COAST- - Set l thatImmiretl bushelsfor will Hftrout cents per bushel seed willi it ca Morning and Night Trains Anl Ulliy JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IN JUl 1113 TWKNTY K1GUT HOURS Travelers have a ebotee of two kinds of Steeping Car on Qnnninl TVTnf ina QUKKN ltOUTK OiUllll Pullmans Finest PalaceAND CKBSCKNT State RoomMhhs Wegaut Bou Â¬ UuOet Carnnd doir Uutfet bteeper Pattern RUNNING THROUGH CAUS TO aS tSJPS an1TcMt iSJSSS S CASSIl S H White Hall Ky I9ii I iOlltli H9 WKK AU HbE f A e KM Best Coosa Syrup CEJ tatfcne aoldbjcru- - MB Grand Coutrul Union Penot in Cincinnati paenjers uofcilHg tickets vts this line pro therefore saved transfer across tlie City and are assured a Journey attended with tpeet comfort and ceuveuience Nearly All the Leading Railroads - I m M Travel via- Queen and Crescent JOHNCUAULT ot tlM H my Hfe A II lv Editor Enquirer E ton N C April 25 1 believe Pisos C for OontMtuiptiou s 1- i - ri - H Q - 7 General Offices St Paul Building West Fourth St Cincinnati Ohio D O KDWARDH General Manager Aetia General Paxoencter Agent U CARROLL R XRYAN General Superintendent General Freight Agent 1 37 J QUINLAN General Advertising Agent IPISOj I H Q j aatskaaMa 11 XXX o The best louli M cine is Pisos triu 1 CosrsuMPTioN EW GR0CE8Y 0H UPPER MAH STREET taken without cl0 By all druggists C li i 2 L 5 i H l W -- - fgjfcgBcAsafivaw Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands of Roasted Coffee Pure llio Combination of Rio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocha Pure Private Plantation Java Pure Arabian Mochn and Genuine Male Berry Java These goods are all kept in air tight tin cans New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and qualities agM ofis SiKi Hwanygi tBar7 x vna All t Nh tl SeatOoaah Srrap Taestn- -Z 3 Z lira ly 00 SL M 1 3- - STAPLE FANCY E0CEEIES Etc Queensware Glassware Woodenwre mtu HstStsisaiti a ansa 3 21 U itasr 1X14 a mii 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