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public OffW in drug store oti lower Main jdl87 ly Sm et UictimiMMl Ky Offers hi itrofesetonal tervices to the DR U C AMBROSE POKD KY Office iMHira 2 to 4 oclock in the ternoon June 22 tf P2IT3IC Z fcT af- W T SEXSMIT1I M D PHYSICIAN Offers hit public MC AND SURGEON services WHITE HALL KY professional g to the 7 y Hxath HEATH J FtJoknbmson CORNELISON Practicing Physicians KENTUCKY services to the RICHMOND offer their profedstfOHfil public 4juily DR GILES HARRIS WACO KY services to the Offers hw jHvfetoJonal public jati itf DR S M LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on First Street janly HW BRIGHT M D Hiid PHYSICIAN SURGEON U hiteV Drug Store RICHMOND KY OFFICE Seoom btreet uextdoorto Special atteniion given to Mjoroscoit- icai and liemtaal examinations of tissues ami fluids of the human body 22juuHf DR C Hosiesjiithic S HOLTON anil Surgeon KEXTUCKV Physioian RICHMOND 400PM Office Main Street o er D M Blights Office lKMirs Sjo to iijoo A M 200 to Special attention given to eKsea es of women and all smtcutt chrome cases Patients treated at a distance and Homeopathic meeHcHws sent to any ad Â¬ may 1 6 1 y dress DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medieine 51 51 Surgery RED HOUSE KY DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY public 12- - Oilers his professional Office at Powells store t ervices to the T J MARLIN VS Ontario Veterinary College VETERINARY SURGEON at Foxs S4aWe - - KENTUCKY RICHMOND Office TURNER PARRISH Attorneys At Law in Climax building S E Corner Main ami Seooud Streets up June Si tf stairs Office RICHMOND KY Special attention eijeii to abstracting titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky In England Queen 1727 George II had fought on German soil BETWEES mid trouble had with the Pretender Caroline of Anspach a Queen of superior L St L C Bxllniy BI5 Four Tla the talent grace and character and Tandilla Line 1760 George IIL lost the American colonies Pullman TluSet Sleeping Cars Pullman Reclining Chair Cars New First Class Coache Second during the longest reign In English annals Class Coaches and Baggage Cars all run through Charlotte of Mecklenburg Strelltz n lady of without change between Cincinnati and St Louis the strictest code ot morals 1820 George IV In his reign were numer Elogant Reclining Chair Cars BIIWKN ous Inventions Caroline of Brunswick whose woes caused TIA THE great dlsseutlous C I St 1 C nd I B V Short Line 1SB0 William IV the Sailor King had served In Englands navy Reclining Chair Cars CommodiousBETWEEN Adelaide of Faxe 31elniugen a benevolent Peoria lh and SeoM oh kind and gentle lady 1837 Victoria now reigns and her people Via SHEUD01I lovelier dearly C I St L Jt C and T P W It Eds Prince Albert of Soxe Coburg for whom At Chicago St Louis snd Peoria dose and ira she mourns slucerely Mtdlate connectieni are made with all Lines to and from the Northwest West and Southwest Ttrocjl TitttU and Eijrif Ctli te all rrftdpal f ricti UAKXESVILLES Can he obtained at any Ticket Office C I St L it C Byalso via this line atall Coupon Ticket Offices throughout the country JOHH ECANOenIPui and Tkt lgent city of JJarnesville Ga is run cnfcrtrHATi Q on strict prohibition principles Tt lias closed its saloons and has opened a rXTfft At Chicago a Deputy lierlfi seized 462 head of cut lie owned by the lOCfi William the First Th Conquerer Dakota Slock Grazing Co valued onine over the sea from Normtmdy latllda of Flanders lilsQneeii worked the at 20000 Ed Price claims to ha 0 Became no poisonous or deleterious far fnmed BaycurTapentrj sold them 42000 worth of cattle aud Ingredient enter into the oomposlUott 1657 William Uufus built WeatmlnlaerHall of Ayers Saraaparilla Bridge and vdded to Hie Tower refused to take ihem because the price London But had no gracious Queen to share hH declined Ajora SarsnnarilU contains only throne and power the purest ami most effective remedial 110SL Henry I Timothy hay Is bringing 35 cents per prapectieo Benelcrc his Saxon sub Â¬ jects favor strove to gain cwt in the stack Corn cutting Is in Ayers Srejrllla is prepared with Matilda ot Scotland his urt wife then full blast Iu the West End extreme care akiU and cleanliness and the AdelletH of Lonvaln Ayert SatwafMriUa is prescribed by 1135 Hteplien Jils crown to gain cost Ett yield supasses general expectations lending physicians Corn is bringing 175 at the heap gland many precious lives Matilda of Boulogne her abbey at Fever Ayers Sarsaparilla is for salo Ben Sanders sold last week his everywhere ami recommended by all sham no longer survives Jacob Hharp farm of 150 acres of U5L Henry IL Fltz Kinprosi first of the first clase druggists medium land with good Improve- Â¬ Plnntflgenet line of Kings Ayers Sarsaparilla is a medicine Kleanorof Aqultalne of whose boauty Ihe ments near Halvisa to Jno Powell and not a beverage iu disguise sins Mr D C Terhune bought Ayers Sarsaparilla never falls to 1189 troubadour the first King who fought fnrS250 Richard 1 17 yearling mules from Geo Bright effect a cure when persistently used In Palestine according to directions Garranl county for S550 per head Berengarian with him went Princess of Ayers Sarsaparilla is a highly con Â¬ 20 of W S Vanarsdale at 1693 5 of Navarros royal line 1199 centrated extract and therefore the John signed the Magna Charts oer J A Htiguely nt 79 per head 5C most economical Blood Medicine In the his crown the great sea rages C Huguely at S82 50 market Isabella of Aneouleme his Queen the Helen of the Middle Ages Ayers Sarsaparilla has had a suc Tli e county fairs in Ibis section are 1210 Henry III had civil warswhere many eemtul career of nearly half a century developing the butter making capacity of his people fell and was never so popular as at present Eleanor of Provence Ills Qneeui sUrnaraeJ of the cows A Holslelii frieeluu cow Trtontrts of testimonials aro on La BoHe owned by farmer Powell Crawford file from those benedfted by the nseot 12i -- Blward I the last King to hold the couuty is said to have broken the Crusaders lance cow Eleanora of Castile first wife then MarÂ¬ record She is a registered Shudelaud Boon No 8SS7 and her guerite of France rKKl AXEU nv 1307 Edward II murdered monarch of a sworn record for thirty one days Is 125 Dr J C Ayer it Co Lowell Mass kingly race 5 pounds 12 ounces of uusalted butter frier t etx bctil Worth 5 a bottle Isabella the Fair from Fraucc most This average was made from 1772 1 2 beauteous of face 43 1327 Edward III to claim his rights in iKjunds of milk which she gave during France lost many brave men slain that period For thi remarkable Phllippaof llulnnull his loving wife from record it required but 1409 pounds of ELD Belgiums fertile plain fiA for a pound of butter The aver Â¬ KSJ 1T77- Richard II feeble King to Bollng milk age for the whole time was over four ms s broke his crown lie did resign gj Anne of Bohcinln then Isabella of France pounds a day For seven consecutive Queen nt the ngeot nine days she produced 31 pounds 15 ounces 1399 Henry IV obtained usurpers crown or an average of 4 pound t 9J ounces through many cruel deed Joanna ot Navarre a lovely lady long per day During that day she gave 400 1 4 pounds of milk and it took but Imprisoned In the Cmtleot Leeds II1S Henry V carried war again to the 12 51 pounds of milk for a pouud of monTHLY ICKNES5 sunny land of Prance 0 taken during Grange of fife Kathrine of Valois not long a Queen butter Fur four consecutive days she lacked but 3 3 4 ounces of making 5 Qrear danger vJll he avoided who bounty did entrance 1122 Henry IVs reign was troubled by the pounds of butter per day Franklin Tffl1 wars of York and Lancaster Pa Correspondent Globe Democral Margaret of Aujons varied life was oue of sorrow and disaster A successful raiser of poultry writes I Ml Ed ward IVk stormy reign first learn- as follows 17 20 In raising poultry or ed the art of printing EliZHueth Wydville an English widow slock of any kind it should be the aim won the heart of tlil t King of ever one to keep It healthy and im 1183 Edward V whose reign was the short- - prove it You can do it very easily by In Englsli history The Original Wins Thedi alh of this king and hU brother was adopting some systematic rule These may besuutned up iu brief as follow C 1 Simmons St Louis Propr forborne time a mystery M A Simmon LITr Mcdianc Estd I4S1 Itlehard III last or the Plantuxencts 1 Construct your house good and 1840 in the U S Court defeats f cruel King and dreaded hater llZcilmrropVAQSimmoos Lir- warm so as avoid damp floors and af Â¬ erefulatorEfdbyZeilini86S Anne Neville hopeless Queen daughter of M A S L AI has for 47 yeua ford a flood of sunlight-- Sunlight is Wurnick the King maker cured Indigestion Biliousness IKS Henry VIIs coronation united the belter than medicine ATSrErsiASlCX IICADACHELOST Appetite Sour Stomach Etc red and white roses a o now ranorjii i 2 Provide a dusting and scratching 1 With Elizabeth of York wedded the flow- Â¬ it Church Adams Tenn writes I place where you can bury wheat and ers were blended In rxisle iibuie a soouia narc ocea dead but tor your utnuine A T Sim ISO Henry VIL six Queens had he Kath corn and thus induce the fowls lo rllAHl T la Aar Vf llI erluo of Aragou aud Anne Boleyn sometimes hid to substitute take the needful exercise Zethiift stuff for yoor ilcdi- Jane Seymour Anno of Clevts Katherlne cine but it doat answer the 3 Provide yourself with some good Howard Kathrine Parr who outll veil him 1517 Edward VI centle scholarly Prince healthy chickens none lo be over one KCPLE1 frawsu T7Jf lr I 17 cmnhi Tan 71e BiXMixt who wept to sign an execution to two years old giving one cock to rPfMVrM a MrL asa nf 1VH1 T I t -Mir His short reln gave future fears to those of every fMedicine 2nd have used half of11 twelve heua in the Asiatics and it the rising Reformation It WOrLst Ilk 9 hami T waf nn beMir Liver Regulator and cer Â¬ 1558 Mary I Inst man- - faithful subjects by tine to every thirty or forty of Hie tainly no more of Zcilins icixturc her fires and her bigotry smaller kinds Philip II of Spain exceeded her In deep 4 Give plenty of fresh air at nil designs and cruelty 1S58 Elizabeth wise despotic Queen last of times especially iu summer 5 Give plenty of fresh water daily the line of Tudor To crush her sovereign power Spain sent and never allow the fowls to go thirsty 49 40 the great Artnanda 1G03 Jumesl a Scottish King of the old 6 Feed them sympathetically tvo or three times a day scatter the food jjttiart rare Anne of Denmark who In dramatic shows so that they dont cut too fast or with- Â¬ displayed much art and grace out proper exercise Do not feed them 1625 Charles I trouble hod with Church more than they will eat up clean or and State that led to civil warfare Henrietta Maria of France whose Queenly they will get tired of that kind of life was oue of toll and core food 1619 An Interregnum followed and Oliver 7 Give them a variety of both dry Cromwell ruled with power and strength Oer England the Lord Protector of the ami cooked feed a mixture of cooked vegetables is an excellent thing for Commonwealth 1060 Charles II restored to his forefathers their morning meal throne of wealth and glory S Give soft food In the morning and Catherine of Braganra with Goa in II iu- the whole grulu at night except a dostan lu addition to her dowry 1685 James II whose bigotry and cruelties little wheat or cracked corn placed iu exiled him from his native land the scratching places to them Mary Beatrice of Modena n beauteous lady exercise during the day born to command 9 Above all things keep the hen 1889 William III the Prince ot Orange house clean and well ventilated Tha Pontilar Tjfnn tfitrwAftTi wise statesman and great general 10 Do not crowd too matiy iu one Mary IL of the house ot Stuart foundress Cincinnati of Greenwich Ilospilal houee if you do look out for disease LAFAYETTE and 1702 Anne last of the house of Stuart eel 11 Use carbolic powders occasional ebrated for her victories Prince George of Denmark her husband ly in the bins to destroy lice Tlit Entirs Trtlsi ETJ THESCCH tnthctt Oucre 12 Wash your roosts and bottom of and admiral of her navies Pnllman Sleeping- Cars and Elegant He 17H Ueorge I a German Prince first mon laying nests and whitewash once a Cars on Night Trains clinintr Chair arch of the house of Hanover is seen Kagniflcent Parlor Cars en Say Trains Sophia of Zell his wife but never crowned week in summer and once a mouth in BY CLARA SAVJLLE Ayers Sarsaparilla is preferable to any other for the cure of Blood Diseases Ayers Sarsaparilla pm a rw af jmtJMM f bcMflc3Cornc2i ITEAT FISHT 1 1 ge Attention Given td ill tducatlon by Ills Farrirls William IL is in his thirtieth year having been born January 27 1859 In roply to a messago of congratulation from the Landtag hi3 father the Em Â¬ peror Frederick newly dead wroto If God preserves tho lifo of my son it will bo my dearest task to educate him In tho feelings nnd principles which Bind me to tho fathorlnnd This un Â¬ dertaking was faithfully adhered to by tho late Emperor and by the Empress Both his father and mother devoted much of their timo to the education of Princo William Tho Empress Vic- Â¬ toria in thaNu scry became a favorite subject for qictorial art and many anecdotes rclanjr to the period of his childhood are preserved From 1866 tho instruction of tho young Prince was Intrusted to Dr Hinzpeter who was chosen for this important task on ac- Â¬ count of his great knowledge- nnd tact and at thd sumo time as being a man of high personal character and princi- Â¬ ples Dr Hinzpeter took care not to hegltict tho development of his charges bodily as well as mental powers and gave a prominent place to gymnastic oxercisos in the daily arrangemente Ho also with tho cordial approval of tho lato Emperor and of tho Empress Victoria selected companions for tho childhood of tho Princo who did not exclusively belong to tho circles of the Court and tho aristocracy Among thoso were tho family of tho then Scotch Presbyterian minister at Pots Â¬ dam the Kev Mr Carlyle ono of whoso sons Mr A J Carlyle a com panlon of the childhood of the Em- Â¬ peror was presidcut of tho Oxford Union last Lent term From 1874 to 1877 tho young Princo was sent to the gymnasium of Cassol a much homelier if not less admirable educational institution than thoso of Berlin or Pots-Â¬ dam Hore ho submitted to the ordinary discipline of German school life and met with a different class of school companions from those whom he would have found at tho more exclusive and aristocratic schools of tlio metropolis and tho royal residence town th October1 1877 Prince William entered tho University of Bodhpaud tho present writer then a student at tho university well remembers the ar- Â¬ rival of the Crown Princess and her son There was no ceremony All felt tho intention was that tho Prince himself should foel that he entered tho university as on ordinary student and was expocted to conform to its regula- Â¬ tions like tho rest Whilo in Bonn he lived in a modost dwelling in tho Coblcnzer strassc and used to bo scon going to and from lectures wearing tho white cap of tho Corps Borussia the corps which corresponds to the Oxford Bulllngdon Club It is said however that nt Bonn Prince William first formed the predilections for tho lifo of tho army which have since marked his career Ho was much in the company of the numerous officers of the crack regiments then quartered in the uni- Â¬ versity town and on high authority it is said that he was there taught to re-Â¬ gain his grandfather and Moltkoas the heroes whom it ought to bo his first aim to emulate In 1880 his marriago with tho Prin- Â¬ cess Augusta Victoria of ltd to the first opportunity he had of declaring his mind with regard to public affuirs In the course of his roply to an address from tho towns of Prussia ho said that the example of his beloved grand- Â¬ parents and parents would be the guiding star of tho lives of himself and his bride and he concluded by asking tho deputation to assure the whole fatherland that our wholo life shall be devoted to the fulfillment oi Pall Mall Gazelle our duties rg How did Henry VIlL differ from Othermen as a suitor Ho married his wives and axed them afterward What was Joan of Arc made off Maid of Orleans What killed her Too much hot stako When did Caesar first go to the Irish When ho crossed the Bhino and went bock to bridge lb Tlo nanid of whaieeiebratctf BcotchJ man docs a person mention when tho hired man raps on tho door John Knox When the boy complains that tho meat is tough and his fathor advises him what to do about it tho name of what great writer does he mention Chaucer When were Napoleons clothes ragÂ¬ ged When ho was out at Elbe When did Georgo Washington taken carriage When he took a hack at tho cherry treei The names of what Ihred writers docs a man uso when ho puts his hand on a hot stove Dickens Howitt Burns If tho founder of Pennsylvanias mothers sisters kept a pastry shop what Would they call the rates at which they sold their pics Pirates of Penzance What is the difference between tho Prince of Wales and a bomb shell Ono is heir to the throne and the other is thrown to the air The name of what character in his Â¬ tory does a person mention when ask Â¬ ing the servant to put coal on the fire Philip tho Great Why Is Westminster Abbey ilko a fire place It contains tho ashes of thd Oray WhUkered Conundrums Collected by He Is Rapidly I arntnjj the Ways a Lover of the Antique Tricks or the Country SHACKELFORD GENTRY saluted Mr Dun k CO IJ der iil a lively way as ho entered tho Central Station yestefdny to pay hia respect to Sergeant BendaL Oh its you Yes sho vhas me I llko to haf some talk mit you Any thing wrong No sir Every thlngvhas all o j ash dcr Yankoe says 0 k you meant Been away I vhas in Clovoland Yes sir 1 go down to Cleveland und come back alono And didnt get swindled Well I declare Sergeant vhas I green as grass Vhas I somo idiots Vhas I crazy Vhas I der greenest Dutchmans in all Amerika Ivo sometimes thought so Mr Dundor Vhell maypo I vhas green someÂ¬ time ago but dot vhas all gone 1 haf to loarn der country und dor peoples yon knowi May po I vhas not somo razors but I know bow to take care of myBolf shust like a Yankee hai ha lEtioaacMoiano BiEiKrTTJOBLTr The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricul Â¬ tural Stove House Eurnisliiug and Tinware House in Richmond IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 YEARS OR MORE IN THIS TOWN We leep constantly on hand a large stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE f all kinds as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE- Â¬ RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of alt goods in other fetes that w handle Special attention given to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolls c tor Tobacco Barns We are the agents for the roost celebrated Farming Implements and Machinery great When is paper money first mentioned in the Biblo When tho dove brought the greenback to tho ark Why was Noah like a hungry cat lie went forty days and forty nights without finding Ararat Why was Pharaohs daughter like a merchant in Wall street She found a littlo prophet in tho rushes on the bank When was a theater first mentioned When Joseph was in tho Bible thrown from the family circle into the pit Why is a stick of candy like a race horse Tho more you lick it tho faster It goes When should we road tho book of nature When autumn turns tho leaves What bridge is warranted to sup- Â¬ port any strain The bridgo of a fiddle Why Is the letter 0 like death It is nt tho end of life Why is the vowel o tho only ono Because all the others are sounded Inaudiblo Why is i tho happiest of tho vowels Because it is tho center of bliss whilo e is in hell and the rest are in purga- Â¬ tory Why Is tho letter k like a pigs tailP It is at tho end of pork Why is tho letter s like thtmder It makes our cream sour cream Why is a tin can tied to a dogs tall like death It is bound to occur What is tho difference between a dogs tail and a rich man Ono keeps a wagging and tho other keeps a car riage What is tho difference between an Ono you apple and a pretty girl squeeze to get cider and tho other you get sido hor to squeoze Why is a city official liko a church Ono steals from the people and boll the other peals from the steeple What is tho difference between an engineer and a school teacher Ono trains tho mind and tho other minds tho train What kin is tho door mat to tho door A stop Indianapolis CHICAG C O KOTTTI TTt AT Cincinnati and St Louis winter 13 Let the old aud young have as large a range as possible the larger the belter 14 Dont breed too many kinds of fouls at the same time unless you are going into busiuess Three or four will give you your hands full 15 Introduce new blood into your stock every year or so bv either buying a cockerel or setting of eggs from some reliable breeder 16 In buying birds or eggs go to some reliable breeder who has his rep tut ion at stake You may have to pay a little more for birds but you cant depeud on bat you get Culls are not cheap at any price 17 Save the best birds for next years breeding and send the others lo mar ket In shipping fancy poultry to market send it dressed Farmers Ad vocate Cincinnati and Peoria HI IsmM LIQUOR-SHOP-T- ke Miller Oboan IS THE llKJEST JXD BEST Attorney at uawj RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Bur OFFICE with C F June 22 tf liain on First Street E T BURNAM Attorney at CS J A SULLIVAN Xaawj RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE ou F1tt street same as formerly ooetipied by CouHty Judge oct ly Miller Attorney atKYLaw RICHMOND Office on Second Street POWELL June 22 tf Thouwho ft staa4 at the heed ot all he dfre to hatTp too cent organ should acquaint Doat setres with the nieriM of our lDMrumeota are end test our take oar word for what we sartwt lBsn amests If no rivaler sells our organs lu youx tocanqr write to the factory good orvaax counties ami to the Court or Apiefll Office in Master Commissioners office over CiraalCClerks office Eaw Attorney atand adjoining Will practice in Madkon june22tf A J REED BUY NOOTriTiit Address MILDER ORGAN CO ctaato3ua1te frt 9 34 LEBANON Ja W S MOBERLEY JBIrst 6lreets 1- SEEDS GBASS AMD FIELD Largest and roost complete stock in Best Owr motto Central Kentucky Goods and Lowest Consistent Prices P CARROLL 77 and 79 W Main St Lexikoton Kv janii iy Attorney at Law KY RICHMOND Main and tip stairs over Ramsays Office corner - liquor shop of its own for Ihe sale of The Illinois stale board of equaliza whisky wine beer and other stimu Â¬ lants lo be used for medical scientific tion has adopted resolutions which say mill mechanical purposes All sales that during the last several years there are for cush and Ihe aceouuts of the has beeu a contiuhal decrease In the public barkeeper are audited by the aggregate assessment of property in Mayor and the Common Council this stale as assessed by local assessors Nothing but the best quality of liquor while there ha been a steady increase segregate assessment made by the is sold The Barnesville liquor shop belong- Â¬ State Coartl of Equalization upon cor- Â¬ ing as it does to every citizen will porate property and that under the naturally attract to itself a large restrictions of the present revenue law amount of patronage If gentlemen this board i powerless to increase the with red noses fall ill very frequently aggregate assessment made by local and can simply equalize the as Â¬ aud send for whisky to lie used for medical purposes who shall say that sessment as made they are uot acting with commenda- Â¬ The committee on capital stock of ble public spirit The receipts of the corporations reported the number df liquor shop go Into the citys exchequer corporations In Illinois for 1837 was 217 and are used for the public good If The assessment made by the local as the Major should hourly remark to J sessors was 4289900 The total equa- Â¬ the chairman of the council committee lized assessment was 102 11903 Iu on finance Come let us go over to 1S88 then are 245 corporations reported The assessment by the local assessors Is the shop aud audit the accounts would not every lax payer praise the 6418057 and the total equalized as vigilance of that worthy public ser- Â¬ sessmeut by the board Is 13271151 vant It being part nf hisduty to see The total equalized value of the person that none but the best liquors are sold al property of Cook county Is 14683 who could fall to approve of bis testlug 430 which is an addition of 23 per cent to the rate as levied by the local assess the liquors at eviry visit The city government of Barnesville ors The lands of Cook county are has hit upon su interesting method of equalized at a value of 12 643787 an upholding sobriety and batiisiug In addition o the local assessment of 20 temperance The nation will view per cen Twenty per cent added to the results of tills arrangement with the county assessment of lots makes interest the value as equalized by the board 147759337 The aggregate equalized A cattle dealer of Montgomery lias valuation of the property of Cook coun- Â¬ purchased 100 bead of cattle iu that ty Is a Utile more than one fourth that county at 9 cents per pound payable of all the property iu the State Chicago Daily News when Harrison Is elected President Â¬ Â¬ What Is tho board of education Tho school masters shingle FASHIONABLE FANCIES What is tho difference between an old woman and a pretty girl One is Dress Novelties That Have Ionnd Favor hairless and cappy and tho other is In the Sight of Gothams Belles careless and happy In lingerie nothing is better style Why a sailor than pure white linen ornamented man in doesmoon He know theres a has been to sea the with dainty hemstitching Why is a doctor never seasick Hos Tiny acorns for bonnot pins and a cluster of filigreo morning glories for used to see sickness What is it that will give a cold euro tho hair arc among tho last sweet a cold and pay the doctors bill A things in silver High authority announces that the draught Why docs an old maid wear mittens lovely but trying absinthe green will be even more tho rage in tho fall im- Â¬ To keep off the chaps Why is a man who makes pens very portations than in thoso at the present wicked Ho makes people stool pens season Glovos aro now chosen to contrast and then says thoy do write What stickcth closer than a brother with rather than to match tho toilet and either in silk or kid black tan A postage stamp by gum What is a waist of time Tho middle mode French gray and gobelin blue are of an hour glass accounted the more stylish It is said that Worth never takes in- Â¬ Why is tho north polo like an illicit to account such trifles as comfort or whisky manufactory It is a secret convenience in the costumes he creates still and the fact that ho has lately sent out Why is it easy to get in an old mans a gown with threo waistcoats to bo house Because his gait is broken an d worn ono atop tho othor with a furthor his locks aro few lacing under each arm goes to provo What does a man tako when ho has tho assertion a mean wife He takes an elixir ho Cow bells of highly polished brass licks her or even in some cases gold about Why Is a door In a potential mood threo inches high and ornamented Its would or should be with engraving aro used to finish tho Why is a sheot of writing papor llko girdle ends of some of tho most daring lazy dog A sheet of writing paper is Fifth avenue promenaders Sho who an ink lined plain and an Inclined has a springy step makes thorn tinklo a plain is a slope up merry tune but sho to whom ill fato Why Is a cats tall liko tho earth gives a hulking gait should let them It is fur to the ond severely alone as their unrythmic What is tho difference between a sol- Â¬ clink clank accentuates most disa-Â¬ dier and pretty woman Ono faces a greeably her lack of graco the powder and the other powders tho Paris takes kindly to tho revival of face alpaca especially in tho bright sil- Â¬ Why la it dangerous to go out In ver shades- - and chooses it heartily springP Because trees shoot the for dust and traveling cloaks and flowers have pistilstho the bulrush Is and walking suits which out Chicago Mail warm weather are made up with plain skirts- - tucked around the bottom over which another The Russian Proletariat skirt with hem stitehes up on the When we consider that in Russia tho Tight side is slightly looped at ono side the waist is at back a jockey agricultural class constitute 82 per basque at front a cutaway over a cent of the entire population equal waistcoat of white plquo or jean and for European Russia exclusive of Fin Â¬ as the gray stuff sheds dust as a ducks land and Poland to about 63000000 Wing does water the outfit is simply souls it can be seen that the agrarian question is one of great moment Tho invaluable for traveling or business The new bouillionno skirt so much a tillers of tho soil tho moryiks are of favorite for all thin stuffs is made by necessity therefore tho chief figures cutting the breadths some Inches in tho social and political lifo of tho longer than tha foundation skirt state and they must forsall interested which must bo bordered with a five in politics bo tho prime object of inch ruffle abovo which tho skirt is study observation and investigation sewed then drawn to tho top and the The Emancipation act of 1661 utterly extra length puffed out around the failed to reolizo the expectations of hips and at the back by a stitch here its promoters The groat benefit of and there while the front drops in the measure was purely moral and long graceful festoons caught at the the bulk of the peasantry is In a con- Â¬ side with bows of ribbon or a soft dition not far removed from actual sash To match there should be a starvation Stepniak round bodice three quarters high tied upon the shoulders with ribbons It will be interesting to thoso who matching the skirt under which must hava envied the ffiraffe for his lcnrrth be worn a high plaited chomisetto of of nook to know that a French natur eilk or muslin and the sleeves must bo alist has discovered that taste doesj full reach a little below the elbjw uot lingor auy longer with the aniinaL and be tied in with ribbon just above than with tho avorago human being with a short neck it N F Commercial Advert iser father You fed pretty jolly Vhalli dots so May po I sharper ash a Yanked Hoy Tell me all about it Vhell peforo I goos avhay eafory pody tells mo to look oudt for soma confidence man I keep dot in mind Vhon I vhas in Toledo a man comes by mo und says She vhas a werry hot day 1 shpot him for a confidence man so queck ash dot und I tells him If you doati fly rtrhav Ill knock you ltd goesi Ho oafer to last week finds oudt dot I vhas no haystuolii That was good Vhen I goes by der train from To- Â¬ ledo a shentleman takes a seat beside me He vhas an awful nico man but he hat some bad luck Somepody robs him of 300 in a sleeping car Dot makea him dead broke und may po ho tfoan get oudt of Cleveland hell dot vhas too badt und pooty soon ho eays ho shall pawn his diamond pin Tho ono you havo on Dot vhas her Ho buvs her in Cali Â¬ fornia for o00 but if somo pqdy lend him 30 he can hold it two weeks If he doan como mit der monoy dot pin vhas mine I see Its very old Old Vhas dot diamond old It makes no deeferenco how old ha vhas Well Vheli ddt tfocuros me und I vhas all right If I hold 600 he vhill como uad pay mo 30 It vhas singular dot ho trust me so but ho says he can read my face like some books So can L Did you tell him you lived in Detroit I I may pc I said Toledo stam- Â¬ mered Mr Dundor I presume so You wanted that pin for 30 Vhell if he doan come of course Pooty soon he goos oudt to shpenk mit der engineer nboudt running sd fast Urtd sdme ouder man comes in Ho Vhasushentlezrians too Ho knows mo right away Ho says Vholll vhell but but how vhas you Mr Dundor und His fad did you see my fadder lately dor vhas Mr Hurdlebackor who owns der First National Bank Oh ho does Goon Vhell his fadder sends him 2000 by express but ho doan get hor Ho owes a party on der train 40 und If I like to tako a check for 50 and lend him 40 he was so mooch obliged dot he cant keep still And you did Doan I like to mako ton dollar Do you pelief dot nopody but a Yankeo likes money I makes ten dollar by dot check und more ash 500 on dot Hayseed diamond Greenhorns eh ch May po I can como In vhen sho 1 ha The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairy The Farmer can find all he wants under our roof Machinery Trace chains Hames Hay forks Shovels C The Carpenter and Bihler can find all he wants Wood workman can find the only complete stock f Iran The Blacksmith and Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the town come and we but We of course cant enumerate vhas see for themselves the stock of goods all the goods our handle storeask all to They vrUt wc keep in house 17 foot find THEEE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only employ the most competent workmen Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic himself wlH give special attention to all work done in that line ROOFING GUTTERING RE- Â¬ PAIRING C as he has done in the past Our long experience in our business enables us to be weH up m it m me way of markets and buying our goods strictly lor cash enables us to buy at the bottom price Dont forget that you can always Said the and that benefit we give to our customers lowest prices and the best goods at the oW reliable house of tt SHACKELFORD GENTRY mch2i tf CO- - WW 1 p Xj3L Cor AT McKEES OLD STAND Clotliier Richmond Ky First and Main Streets CLOTHIMG GENTS FURHISHIKG GOODS TRUNKS VALISES Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Cravats c Handkerchiefs Hosieiy A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in pro- fusion Prices to meet the demands of the times aprlStf I rains ha ha ha It took tho sergeant a quarter of an hour to convinco Mr Dander that he had let go again and when he fully realized it ho said Sergeant gaze by my eye You vhas right I vhas so green dot somo pody shteals off my eye winkers I In doad know so much as cabbages der morning What Please eeo dot der papers say dot I vhas an ominent citizen a great patriot und a friend of humanity Und dot I died happy Farewell sergeant I go Detroit Free Press hence FOND OF HIPPOPOTAMUS W B WHITE M A ML Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Shingles Laths Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Bichmond Ky Congo Natives Fighting Over a Hirer Horse KUled br White Ken Lieutenant von Francois describes a half savage half comic occurrence on the Upper Congo awhile ago that illustrates the remarkable fondness of tho natives of that region for animal food may tf While he was steaming up tho river ono day Mr Grenfell and he shot a hippopotamus and tho crow drew the huge animal on shore to cut TJeware of Fraud as my Bam aad ike riea It up Thoy had not been engaged in areiUmpedoa UM bottom ot an my ailmlHtd this work more than five minutes be-Â¬ ittotx before leaTtne tbe factory wMeh aeaseet the wearers agamM fen prleea wt toleflor iwedaÂ¬ To send us 40 cents fore they were surrounded by a great It a dealer offer IV - IooRlas ttnta at a re duced price or nys be has tliem wttMt my Mffla our for one of crowd of natives who watched tho sad price stamped oa the bottom pot MBnw as 1UUO operation with the keenest interest Tho tongue and the best parts ot tho flesh were reserved for the steamboat hands who then left the animal and gave tho natives a chance With uplifted knives the crowd rushed upon the remains and began 6 in FARM WRENCHES to slash away on all sides Scores of Light Handy and Stroajr will Outwear asd Out tho natives could not get near tho last two Ordinary Wrenches body and they began to push and pull their more fortunate com- Â¬ AhEixeich with rades frantic eagerness Household S D Set Those whose knives were within reach a Koiwood Handle and This set consists of the coveted flesh knew a good thing four InterchangwiMe ofbladrt 1 screw drivers when thoy had it and they did not pro Â¬ 3 chisels mtisztaiue aB peeked to a nest tooiI constantly useful everywhere pose to yield an inch ot ground They box This toofis at tha omce to the wop on around the house 60 would slash away for a minute then thefanu mtfrtoa rccrntof step to fight the rear guard off and Aslc Your Local Dealer then renew tho cuttlng up process tor them I f he has not pnt them he will get them rwfipt of ru will nel Tho pushing struggling howling mob forvou or Send stamp either ntlhuirutod prW cofa as above far our made an exalting scene Then tho un Â¬ logue fortunates in the rear unablo by dint of CO ELLRICH muscle to gain access to tho creature PlnrtsvIIle Conn gathered handfuls of sand which they 51 24 The oalT calf 83 SKA1tLKSS Sfcne trntoth showered over the hippopotamus huMe NO TACK3 or WAX THKKAJ Iwrt the feet cuj aa baad sewed aad WILL butchers endeavoring to blind them NOT x tttomi w KIP BUYKES GUIDE la snoK Donates So tho battle went on until finally aad ooIt fcand Mwed weR 4 rime Kimsli March and Bept tone cntftajr from to those who were nearest tho carcass enoy year It Is an tr i uounr is 840 roiacK shoe clopedia of useful infor Raftrsad Mea and Jitter Carrrr aM wmu tutu rolled it over and over Into the water btaanth iMide at a Haad Srwed fefcee Su Tacks for all who par- or Wax TfcrTl to hurt tbe feet until it was entirely submerged From chase the luxuries or tha IV I DOCOI AS 3tJ6 SHOE tt wjrtUd this vantage ground they continued t Bert fatt Ske lor Ihe jnrter of life Wo for heavy wenr V L IMHJtiLAS S ft WOKKIXG ean clothe yon and furnish you with tho work of cutting up the animal un- Â¬ M VNS SHOK ti the hen m the worm Mr all tha necessary and unnecessary ra k wear a man a j tr aate wear roash til every scrap that was edible was appliances to ride walk dance sleep IV r DOUOEAS S SHOK VOR BOYS Is ma heat Sehjwd Shee l tha waeht eat flab hunt work so to oaoreh secured This moans that there was YOtrTHS School IV I- - IOUOI t or stay at home and In various sises Uuji very littlo left but the skeleton for tho Shoelrke lMFVBaSt7 a rharx c t - arrar uo styles and quantities Just figure out bcM WWt nt Ml average Congo native Is not at all par-Â¬ If v Aa Blade tivCtaaraM Button aiw Ijkwhat is required to do all these thine said br Vaw dedrr wim W X IKHOLAS COMFORTABLY and you can make a fait ticular He even cuts up the thick BKOCKTOK XASg estimate or the value of the BTJT2BS hide of the river horso into small bits GUIDE whioa will bo sent upon JACK FREEMAN Agest Rk fcraB Ry and after boiling it a long timo man Â¬ receipt of 10 cents to pay posttge 8 xt ages to swallow It with great apparent CO MONTGOMERYWARD 111 114 2ichicn Avenue Chicago m delight N Y Sun School Books at Whites Dru b re 14 26 3d St near Gamete Hough and Bressed Lumber D H MYERS CAUTION 1- We Want You Â¬ YOU WANT 1 1 W L DOUGLAS Oi tul mma THE OLIMAX rtBUSKBB EVERY WEDNESDAY from UCU cents Governor weight 1280 pounds of Michigan 4S dluro feeders 1550 pounds S3 BY THE Isaae M Gray of Indiana Senator ilglft power of the government The 381 r 28 feeders 850 pounds Dauist W Voorhegs ofrlndlana ex Cholera Cure salt duty is absolutely indefensible Co plain feeders 1050 pounds 3 cento Â¬ Sonator Joseph EMoDouald of In from any point of view and its re- Â¬ 10 plain feeders 1000 pounds S8 lt4 diana Senator Joe S C Blackburn peal wouW be a benefit to all the 26 Hou John McSweeney 41 fair yearlings 775 pounds 3 FRENCH TIPTON of Kentucky Editsrs people Indianapolis Sentinel Wm G WHITE J tongued orator Gen T lot of 1060 pouud steers 3 eents Ohios silver sustained E Powell late candidate tor Governor Prices of a month ago fully Inferior JIM PARKES 3I0XKEYS AXD MR PRICE PER YEAR of others high up on best grades but light and 150 of Ohio and scores BLAINE cattle were one half cant lower and on the latter of fame WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 24 1888 who cau ptfsslfely many of the latter were left untold Every Democrat The St Paul Daily Globe one Â¬ rehch Cincinnati on that occasion of tlte most prominent Democratic The following sales were made at should do so newspapers of the North west WH Grover the stable of Peak Pass the word along the line 130 contained a half column editorial I Day at the Cen Leaeii sold to Harp one horse for Boom Democratic Monday the 15th on Mr James Henry Halley bought 6 mules 3 trom teunlal and be there yourself for a tre Â¬ 810 one from Tom B Parkes monkeys out here at l MANITOBA mendous outpouring ou that day at Ed Hambrlok for rHHSIDBNT PR Wright for 121 two from a railroad Kingston this county and the Cincinnati just upon the borders of of Fay- Â¬ GROVER CLEVELAND lien James G Blaine The Globe What The Climax Man Found Ten or twelve years ago Win I Indiana will be of Immense effeot on man for 250 Lee Stedniau Homo shoes in tho ette sold 11 mare for 80 Will PlunK declares that Mr Blaine is making OF JfBW YORK Thousands of dollars worth of peg was a mere village of Indiaus and theeauvass then just closing in that of the Blizzard ett sold to George Pugh one bay mare chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ Republican campaign speeches of fur traders It has bad a marvelous State fur 126 George Lancaster ot Lexing Â¬ era It is more fatal to chickens than a bloody shirt land taking Mr growth Iu 1SS2 3 the population CorrespoBdeoee The Cmuax FR VICE PRESIDENT ton bought n bay mare by Cyclone for all other diseases combined But the Parkes as a basis for Democratic doubled in eighteen mouths There Winnipeg Manitoba NEWS PARAGRAPHS ALLAN G THURMAN 150 William Rodgers bought a bay discovery of a remedy that positively outrages The Globe says that ore no faotorles 16 1883 Oetober of popular horse for 100 Will Lee bought a bay cures zVhas been made and to be con- Â¬ ex- Â¬ Mr Blaine tells his hearers that it OF OHIO Winnipeg furnishes a striking James A Palmer Jr Some years ago the Canadian Parli- Grover bought vinced of its efficacy only requires a was already as great an effort as inent extended the boundary of Canada ample of the eilects of tariff Milwau- Â¬ Plains was bitten on the leg by a spi horse forSlOO Peak trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for days from the a horse from Tom Wright for 100 the poor laborer of the North so as to include all the British posses kee beer which sells in Milwaukee at der and died in a few FOR OONGRB9S one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ Georgetown Times could make to compete with the sions in INorth America therefore 15 cents per bottle sells bore at 50 cents eilects of the bite anteed If after using two thirds of JAMES B McOKEARY poorly paid colored labor of the Manitoba Is a Canadian Province It An overcoat that sells here for 80 sells J W Wilson auctioneer reported a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly The Prohibition law of Iowa whleh OF MAMSOtC South and now Mr Parkes has in- Â¬ is a vast treeless grassy feligbtly un- Â¬ in Richmond Ky for 45 The tarlfi has gone into effeot makes It unlawful 600 head of cattle on the market most- satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Twenty live Cholera return it to the undersigned high grades troduced monkeys into his hemp dulating plain extending nearly the must be reduced for a drugjsfcrt to sell liquor upon pre Â¬ ly good they say here as scriptions of a physician or ufce it for two year old steers weight about 1000 and your money will be refunded You Americans fields and is paying them much entire length of the lake North and a More than 1500 men were natÂ¬ pounds sold for 820 20 distance East ami drained they do iu Mexico They feel that they compounding WILLIS STOCLTON 4 19 IS uralized at Chicago last week less than colored men are paid considerable not so good weight 1100 soldjfor The monkeys Mr Blaine ciaims by several rivers among which are the are a part mid parcel of old England and a majority of these will vote Gladstones private library contain 260 8 yearlings sold for 1410 20 I dont think the annexation scheme Red River of the North and the 15000 volumes and they say that the jearlings 1626 3 yoke of oxen at for Cleveland aitd Thurman it is according to the Globe live on Of course there are some spots is wide spread here buds leaves bark roots acorns I havent a single said 7000 milk cows Governor Gen old man says Canada and the like and sleep on the of timber and m far as I have seen erai aud a Is ruled by a aud each Prov- Â¬ book that I am not on Intimate terms 5750 0500 and 25 00 Because of Parliament sold from 1000 to the aspen seems to be the principal Hon 0 J Broaston who has grass and hemp They wear no kind I will us Commissioner ot the Court ince by a Lieutenant Governor whom with the heavy and continuous rain the buy Â¬ been engaged in espousing the clotltes nor do they drink whisky a Legis expose themselves and on The chief product of the Province is they call a Leftenant and In the Morgan Circuit Court last ers would not cause of Democracy in the Ninth or chew tobacco Mr Blaine ac- wheat and the grower is now happy lature But all the acls of the Legisla- Â¬ week David and Amos Lewis charg- Â¬ consequently the greater part of the district is highly pleased with the cording to the Globe sees nothing in the receipt of 102 per bushel with ture are subject to the approval of Par- ed with the murder of Joe Lewis were offerings went without a bid Mule3 sell at public sale on the premises be Â¬ enthusiasm espreseed by the par Â¬ for the northern laboring man but prospects for a higher price A re- Â¬ liament Manhood suffrage exists sentenced to the penitentiary tor life bought the following prices Cotton tween the hours of 10 oclock A 31 ty and feels confident that the starvation pure and simple He markable shortage in the wheat crops or all men are allowed a vote This Alvlu Lewis also charged with the mules from 75 to 100 suckling and 12 oclock jr to the liilie t bid Â¬ district will be redeemed by the denounces the Democratic party of Russia India ami Australia has put was not true uutll recently The vot- Â¬ same ollense was not tried Ieacc mules brought 45 to 85 and 75 der u tract ot hind containing about election of Paynter to Congress by for not sitting heavily down on up the price all over Canada and the ing ii by ballot The names of the Strickliu was sentenced for five years Good horses sold from 100 to 125 a handsome majority Blue Grass Mr Parkes United States Mr Pillsbury of Min- Â¬ candidates are all printed on one slip for rape and James McDaniel was sen plug horses were a drag Crowd large situated on the Richmond aud Irvine Mt Turnpike Road and being the same Clipper neapolis who owns the largest wheat of paper and the officer of election teuced for life for rape A new trial aud the best of feeling prevailed hind conveyed by Jositth Collins to NBURO VOTERS FOR INDIANA Sterling Gazette mill in the world aud whose daily gives one slip to a voter and the voter was granted in the case of McDaniel Wm Collins and by Wm Collins de The New York Star in the product of Hour Is ten thousand five going into a room alone makes a St his vised to Jere and Polly Collin The census of 1800 preparation for coune of an excellent article on An Indianapolis correspondent hundred barrels has been interviewed Andrews cross x opjwsite Ihe name wife This it a good farm well water- Â¬ Local Produce Markets prom- Â¬ made ed aud will be ou or near to the rail Â¬ Let writes about the influx of negroes on the wheat question He the political outlook says of the candidate for whom he votes which are already being BY COVINGTON road The Republicans are We think there Is every inducement He returns the folded ballot to the ises to show in the United States a CORRECTED icWEEKLYGROCERS MAIN our good Democratic friends of tle as follows BRO TERMS A credit of nine mouths ARNOLD population of more than 70000000 interior cease worrying about New unquestionably importing negroes for farmers to plant every acre of officer who puts it Into the box Any STREET RICHMOND KY Purchaser to give bond with approved population in 1890 according to security interest from dale A lieu Turk New York is able to take from Kentucky in large numbers f prhig wheat they poosibly can The other marK than the x would render The Richmond Ky Oct 23 1888 year were 50165783 tile census of will be rescived excellent care of herself Never Explicit reports of the departure world has the shortest crop ever the ballot Illegal Tho name of the persons of that Beef Cattle Butcher- S E SCOTT whom 48475840 were Hogs voter is registared in a book This ma has it been more certain that tlte of these men have been received known aud supplies will be absolutely Comtuiisslouer witivrs and 0679943 foreign born The Sugar Cured Hams 15160 Democratic metropolis would lead from Kentucky and a large num- Â¬ exhausted before another crop is fit to terially chokes oil the floater had increased lO4S463 lroiu Bacon Ham Country the Democratic column and Cleve ber have been spotted here use and in our opinion we shall sec The porter informs me that he thiuks natives Alo at wme time and place I will Cured the figures ot 1870 32991H2 or 355 as Administrator of Jere Collins dtcM Butter lands Stale will swrely again cast The probabilities are that the very much higher prices before another there will be a blow on tomorrow per cent tell tb the higlfeftt bidder the 1S l 7S2 Chickens her electoral vote for her favorite jails of Indiana will be full of im- Â¬ year conies We think it will take two October 16th The blow Is on or three good big crops before we get The thermometer is located at 30 and son ported talent on the night of elec 00 Wheat CONCERNING FARMERS Flour -- AND 3 5W3 75 tion for the Democratic managers back to the era of low piiees we have slight snow is whirling about Tip We sKip There is a great deal of excite- have decided to push a vigorous been having for the last two or three JohnS Gfil sold 60 New York cat- Â¬ Corn per barrel Jf stfSt00 ment in Washington over the Hop enforcement of the law They years and of course if the next crop Lee at 6 cents per Hay per 100 i tle to Wakefield Ostein sheaf perioo Its 506o 1TS CULTURE AND USE T0BACC0 to Cleveland of ex Secretary of think that this is not only the of the world should not be more than pound average 1600 pounds anil W Lard Cattle the field i2eSC the Corn in Cows ami ailHogs perKinul Beazley sold to Nelson Morns of Tattowr the Treasury Hugh McCulloch proper thing to do from a moral an average one prices would go a good S the 34C Hones and Editor of The CHmax 15 property of i ald Jere Collins who served at the head of the and patriotic standpoint but also deal higher on the next crop than they Chicago 88 head average 1660 jwunds Beeswax Feathers 2040 Terms made known on day of sale Treasurv Department for a short from motives of policy for if a have on this We do not expect to see I have ju9t returned from n visit 5 30 Lancaster News Meal s590c NOAH1EVIS time under President Grant and lair election is held they are sure as low priees for wheat as we have to friends in Bracken couuty Kentucky 50c II Administrator Richard H Ten Broeck the ianieus Oats per bushel been having the last three or four years my native county In that county large 5 Orchard Grass was again called into the Cabinet of success These negroes have horseman after whom the world-re-uo2 -German Millet 50 quantities of tobacco are grown Fifty in the same capacity by President been located in all parts of the for three or four years to come Tg- - ned race liorte Ten Broeck was Timothy Seed 5 753 Wheat threshing is In progress years ago I then a lad aided my father Arthur The ex Secretary was State but from the reports made 6 506 75 others named is reDorted to be iusaue at the Cloer Seed led to a change of heart by his here are the thickest in the north- throughout Iowa Minnesota Dakota in its culture and like manysmoking Polo Alto Farm iu California The Oats in shenf and Manitoba as I have obe erved adopted the silly custom of Clvoice bhie grass seed faith in the soundness of the Pres ern and eastern counties The 853i 00 within the past week I saw more cigars Before manhood I saw the nitlady is not violent but he requires Red top seed idents tariff reform policy He is way the scheme has been worked steam threshers last Sweet Potatoes 751 Saturday in the folly of the habit and abandoned it ocnslutil attention Irish Potatoes quoted e saying that he will vote was by the excursions to the Red River valley tlmi ever saw be- Â¬ From that time to the present I have 75c ESTABLISHED 1873 Pleuro pueiunuuio is raging iu its I for Mr Cleveland if lte be able to point ostensibly to call on Harri- Â¬ fore in all my life Plowing is also watched tlte culture of tobacco its use western worst form iu the northern and get to tlte polls on election day son but observing people have progressing Four hoite sub soil rid and effect In my judgement the parts of the county of Auglaize Ohio LIVE STOCS MASKST ESP0ST Published Every Afternoon 3 col By IOPEH DATKR A CO evil and noticed that very few EXCEPT SUNDAY The Republican answer to Utc ored visitors returned of the ex- Â¬ ing rrfows are seen everywhere At culture and common use are advance aud is causing alarm among farmers Li P Stoek CbmmMon Merehanto at Clueln on the Argyle 1 taw twenty five teams going only evil and as I witness the cattle dealers Over five hundred and proof that Harrison did say that a cursion trains home In Ken- Â¬ out nsll Union Stock Yards awl CovlBglou of the rultuie toward the interior of head are ellected in Cridersville and after dinner on one plantation Stock Yards Has the largest circulation of any daily dollar a day was enough for any tucky this business has been work Bo vast is the extent ot unplowed the State I wish to bear my part of the western part of the couuty paper in Louisville Ihe only evening A workingmau consists in that very ed paper that prints the news of the United Cincinnati Ohio Oct 23 1888 a6 far South as Frankfort A ground that the visitor to Manitoba testimony against it Its present cut large uumber have died Preps Association old and threadbare dodge ot pubSHIPPING CATTLE number of them are located at asks why this waste of superior lands ture is a perversion of the uses for At McWilliams stable about 50 Average circulation for the last six lishing the statement of a number this point and provided with He is told that speculutora bought Im- Â¬ which God gave the earth to man months over 15000 Good to Extra 4 75 of individuals who did not hear work by enthusiastic Republicans mense tracts upon the advent of rail- Â¬ Out of this earth mint grow the grains mules on the market Carrilhers It is the home paper for the people of Fair to Good 4 506 Bcrd paid from 135 lo15u per head the remark As there are no less who expect positions the Ohio Valley and if General roads and ask such prices that sales the plants the grasses on which man for a car load The hoise maiket was Common Extra Rough As a newspaper it takes the front rank Oxen Good to than nineteen separate affidavits Harrison should be elected 4 25 are few The Canadian Pacific Rail- Â¬ and beast must subsW To prostitute while the general literary department mules in Fa to Good Oxen 3 filed by witnesses wlio did liear it of a plant on dull Very few told Good way runs through Manitoba from East this earth to the growth makes it emphatically the Famiy Paper 2 oo ut strong prices About So Cointnon and Rough all of whom agree as to its subof the South to West tnuohing Winnipeg aud up which neither man nor beast can sub demand BUTCHER CATTLE THE WHEAT DEAL 35 to 75 per colts brought from stance and the circumstances un SUBSCRIPTION both banks of Red River to the U S sist would be to pervert the end design Â¬ mule S a oorit 4 Good to Extra Mt Sterling Gazette By mail 50 cents per month postage der which it wa6 uttered the case Fair to Go3d the Harper corner of boundary line meeting the St Paul ed and destroy man and beast To head Unlike t 75 4 free 5 00 per year postage free 3 25A 3 The WiucliebterDemocratsays Sam Extra Pat Steers between Harrison and ilie work 1SS7 that of Hutchinson has not Minneapolis aud Manitoba Railway prostitute a part of the earth to the 2 7jg 3 THE L0UISVILE POST iiigmen of the United States may been followed by many failures with branches in several other direc- Â¬ growth of that which In its common K Hodgkiu bought 240 hogs average Good to Good bteers to Extra Cows 3 3 oo 318 W Groen Street be left to the fair judgment of an It was based on a real shortage of tions The Northern Pacific from use benefits neither man nor beast weight about 240 pounds at 5 cents Fair to Good Cows 2 22 19- Louisville Ky 1 2 to Winnipeg aud whilst less fatal would as certainly be They weie shipped to Baltimore W Common Cows intelligent public opinion New crops here and abroad and since Duluth now runs 50 I Rough Cows and Oxen I Oo a perversion of ihe end for which the MClark has a flock of 17 ewes from YorkStar Saturday Hutchinson has relieved will be extended to the North west BULLS you earth was given to man Nearly a which he sold 2S lambs delivered iu But what about the blizsard the market by free selling near A prominent gentleman of thi6 7000000 bushels it is supposed ask Well the blizzard is a native of hundred years ago Thomas Jefferson June In August the same long year- Â¬ Best Shipping 2 75 3 00 3 40 2 60 city told us that while he was in On the 1st Cudahy took 3500000 this country aud unlike the Chinaman tpeukiug of the culture of tobacco said lings at 2510 per Head George Â¬ Best Bologna 2 OO Fair Bologna 2 35 Cincinnati a short time ago he December wheat reached 111 on aud Indian will not go The only it is a culture productive of infinite town Times Fair to Good Feedrs 2 25 2 35 of The cultivation wretchedness met a negro from this place who on the 2d and 11 S on the 3d thing to be done is to make friends The weather was oold and inclement Common and Thin 1 25 1 75 claimed to be working on the closing at 113 un the 6th was with Mr Blizzard which the Maui wheat is the reverse iu every circum t alurday but a good crowd attended FEEDERS AND STOCKERS it Harbisons Good Extra Steers streets of that city But it was 120 Grain is now pouring into tobiaus do by having warm houses stances Beside clothing the earth with the closing of Woodard 3 75 4 00 riK heavy clothing and plenty of fuel and her badge and preserving its fertility it combination sale of horses Â¬ Thirty Fair to Good Steers very evident that lte was import- Chicago 3 25 3 50 railroad sidings are staying at home when Mr Blizzard feeds the laborers plentifully requirers Good to Extra Heifers 2 259 2 73 four head brought 5250 an average of ed to vote in the coming election blocked and inspectors had to go Common and Thin Stackers 2 00 2 25 for he virtually acknowledged it ninety miles to inspect Chicago goes on the war path The blizzard from them only moderate toil except 104 Duriog the six days of the sale COWS AND CALVES of to this gentleman This is an wheat The New York market here is not of the snap judgment kind iu harvest raises a great uumberdifÂ¬ 271 head passed under the hammer for Best Grades 40 00845 but always gives several hours warning animals for food apd service aud u nverago of 306 Paris Fair 107175 isolated case in itself but it serves which was comparatively quiet the to Good 25 0083 00 by certain signs easily recognized by fuses plenty and happiness among the Keutuckiuu Citizen Common to sliow to what measures tlte op- previous weeK became excited on 15 oo3o 00 c 7c A 6 00 the residents Nobody ever freezes to whole We find it easier to raise a Best Veal Cales position will resort The negro the 1st and December wheat At M A Scotts sale TuesJay of fast Fair to Good than a thou Â¬ 5 oo death here Overcoats of buflalobear hundred bushels of wheat said tlere were many more from reached 109 and May 175 80 Common and Heavy 2 50 and other skins are worn sand weight of tobacco and they are week hordes brought from 41 to here taken over to vote They an advance of 3 to 4 cents 112f deer asheep are visible even Ibis early worth more when made hogs 36 HOGS No man milch cows from 10 to over aud few are close to Indiana and it is sup Saturday previous with option The thermometer registered 45 Satur Â¬ has a moral right to subvert the ends per hundred com SI 51 per barrel iu Select Butchers 5 50 osed that they will be voted sales of 23760000 bushels and day evening upon our arrival but Is for which God gave to man the rich the field Farming implements xc Fair to Good Packers 5 io Good to Extra Lights 5 209 there unless the Democrats are 82000 spot On the 2d prices now up to 52 heritage of earth We are stewards brought low prices The farm of 181 Light Pigs 4 75g very vigilant of the earth as in all acres was rented to J H Chamberlain Winnipeg is the capital of Manitoba fur God iu the use advanced 2f cents with deals of SPRING IAMBS per acre Extra- until Murch mm s 25i 5 50 22000000 bushels On the 3d and is n fine town of 25000 people or things else In our next we will con Â¬ Mr Scott luis11590 for 581 rented and moved into Common to Good 4 000 4 25 It is evident that uncrowned October was 118f December about the size of Lexington The Capi- Â¬ sider some of the eilects of tobacco on Owen Lauglilius property on Lexing Â¬ kings are not a success in this 115 and May 11S with bus- Â¬ tol building is spaciou but not partic the human system ton Avenue Mt Sterling Gazette G Feb country Since this title was form iness ot 40000000 bushels The ularly grand The Episcopal church John ally bestowed upon Mr Blaine by excitement that day was tremen- Â¬ which we attended yesterday is a A bushel of corn distilled will make Remaining unclaimed in the Post DEJIOCRTS Pat Ford and his Iteelers he has dous Flour advanced in sympa- Â¬ splendid stone structure aud cost 505 CENTENNIAL four gallons of whUky 9800 Tho Office at Richmoud Ky weekending been in trouble all tlte time His thy with wheat 25 to 50 cents por 000 The Queeus Hotel at which we whisky made ripe and old by the new October 28 1S8S visit to Indiana has been partic- Â¬ barrel with daily sales of 40000 are stopping is a four story bouse of Democratic Day at the Centennial Jay Eye See nipid process sella rapidly Alfrind Mrs C W Irvine Anna Mary Janes Bettie ularly disastrous in that respect for three days The total advance yellow brick no red brick here and Exposition of the Ohio Vally and Cen- Â¬ at SI per gullon making 16 Tii6 farm- Â¬ Alden Author Black Miller Mrs Milton tral States will from all appearance er gets 25 cents the government gets I Boduinot Emma He has offendedby his reservethe is from 150 to 2 per barrel exceedingly HengHsh you know Mitchell A V Â¬ Â¬ Morton Calb people who came to pay their res- Â¬ The Pioneer Press report of a 40 A life size portrait of Queen Victoria not only be Ihe greatest of the Expo 3 00 the railroad 8 nud manufac- oarr wimc pects to him snubbed the Repub- Â¬ 000000 bushel shortage in the bangs iu the office aud pictures of the sition but a gala day iu the history turer gets 4 the vender gels 625 the Ciift Mary Reverdy Stout Bell Estill Rev WalkerC S lican candidate for Governor Northwest sent the New York Prince and Princess of Wales are else- Â¬ of the Demneratic party Thursday user gets the devil while the tux pay- Harris Nannie where about the house The Lelaud October 25th but two days before the er and producer foot the bill from the while his speeches have been so market up to 112f on the 6th Post Office hours from 6 A r to 7 1 full of misstatements and contra- Â¬ with option sales of 20000000 Hotel would do credit to Louisville close of the great show has been set earnings or honest toil not connected M Money order and registered letter but the table is not so good as the aside by the Commissioners as the with the whiskey trade Farmers hours prompt 7 a m to 0 p x dictions that they have been a tar-Â¬ bushels 16- Viueecs There are a dozeu or more date on which the followers of Cleve- Â¬ Home Journal J B WILLIS p St get for Democratic orators The hotels The largest ones have free land und Thurman cau meet and re- Â¬ attentions that he recieved from Mr Bennett Brauuom reports 000 MeCREARY AND EWELL omnibusesand ahargeouly a small sum joice the aristocracy of Europe have I oattle on the- market He sold 22 head The Committee of proniinentDem- - weight about 1800 pouuds at 3 78 j Hon James B McCreary our for transfer of baggage Street cars apparently turned Mr Blaines tr ocrats of Cincinnati iu ohargp of the faithful Representative in Con- Â¬ telephones electric lights etc exist cut 32 at J876 20 nt 825 and 60 Two good agents for a fut selling head New York Star The pavements are plank and the afTiir extend the cheerful assurance cento on the head 51 at 826 21 at article For particulars address gress spoke to a large and apprestreets Nicholson The mud is as black Unit if the present favorable outlook MRS T B SHEARER 820 12 nt SSPJJ 14 fut heifers at 3 November 11 will be the first ciative audience here last Saturday as iheJbackest In Texas is realized upou over a hundred thou 10 calves 19 21 Siikakbk House at 14 per head 4 anniversity of the hanging of afternoon Mr Ewell the RepubDemocrats will The money is paper silver The sand enthusiastic steers weight obout 00 pouuds at lican nominee was present and paper looks much like and greenbacks the Anarchists Their friends our march the streets of the Queen City on are preparing for the observ Â¬ was granted first speech He at- Â¬ but the picture are those of the Queen that day and Hhake hands at Music 28 19 calves at 1485 4 ut 076 0 ance of the day at Waldheim tacked the Mills bill in the course and other members of the Royal fam- Hall with Allen G Thurman the ewes produced 11 second lot of 17 iambs Cemetery where Spies Parsons of his speech and thought he was ily At the depot upon our arrival noblest Hainan of them all aud dozens which arc now with their dams The Engel Fischer and Lingg lie making a very telling point on the the bacgMge man shoved a four dollar of other statesmen prominent in the last lot cou tallies only one pair of I will ofler at public sale on twins buried The anniversary will fall Blair Educational Bill He plead- Â¬ bill at me iu change and I scarcely counallsof the party 10 on Sunday this year and it is ex Â¬ ed at great length for the sweet knew whether or not to take it It will be a time when tho apostles D S Lockridge Co sold a baud at 11 oclock a il atmy farm known pected that a host of laboring men children now but Gov McCreary The 24 hour system of time is em- Â¬ of the faith of Thomas Jefferson from some bay harness gelding to Bayleas as the Will Fireplace two miles from who would not otherwise be able kindly reminded him that the Re- Â¬ ployed here aud had I not been fa- half a dozen Stales can meet and ex- Â¬ Tifruey of Pulls fur 865 This tlmi Itiolimoud on the Luuoaster Turnpike KENTUCKY to attend will visit the graves publicans had had the power to miliar with it from having studied tend fiaternal greeting Democrats of handles nothing but good ones and the following described personal prop- Â¬ and listen to the speeches It is pass an educational bill for long it when first introduced several years Ohio Indiana Kentucky Michigan this gelding Is regarded na one of the erty Davis expected that speakers from New years past even over the heads of ago I would have been knocked out Illinois West VLiginia and Tonuessee best that has left this county 12 Head of Cattle GABBIAGE Co sold 10 cattle at about 3 cents What time do will be there Iu platoons companies York will be present and address those who denied the constitution ou the first round 10 head of 1 year Old Cattle k Jennets E D Vest sold a pair of mules for 9225 I asked the con- Â¬ regiments and cohorts JOHN DONELSON the crowd It is intended to have ality of the measure But it was we reach Winnipeg 1 Jack Colt 60 Cows Calves and We make the Peg he quiet- Â¬ A grand daylight parade by Demo Â¬ A P Clark sold 4 hores at an average and chorus of 300 school children only when they saw that their ductor Yearlings among wlitoi 25 are a PRorcuETon apr4 tf Ou reaching cratic clubs of all the Stateu will be of 110 J W Deborde sold 8 yearling thoroughbreds and crowed on Mober-ley-bfrom the socialistic societies who power was slipping away from ly responded at 17 bull some Work Mules and will form a part of the procession them that they endeavored to put the hotel I asked the Blarsled Heng given and the procession will pass intoÂ¬ cattle at 114 for the lot 1 yoke QeeMMa8UiTiTCHan 79 head Hogs and Horse behind the counter the the Exposition grounds by the elec cattle for 60 aud a pair mnlej fur SlioaU Stockaeres of Corn of the field WMi4 nt nMOn B the rustic yeoman on tho back lishman In 100 Ittl ltly Bt 8MS9 1 VMldl tat TOrtd Pw 18 tlnfe and he simply said I ap- tric fountain and through the tar famed 240 All from Morgan Mt Sterling fceveral slacks of Ilye ami Hay and SHOCKING ABUSE OF POWER rttlMfr a and say they wanted to educate pend an announcement clipped ram Music Hall and Vast Buildings ot Tobacco Farming Uten Â¬ Gazette fixe acres ot iBttatiaf Cue 4ltl his sweet children at no expance f I3inl oJ cuBtfieot Â¬ Ooru Planter Wheal Drill Mow Â¬ sils The celebrated marching organiza The Calls i lKJ IftJlMUM fvaUVlM Everybody whose occupation keeps ing Machine Reaper IMoive Gears Tlte tax on salt is certainly an to him while at the same time Saturdays Daily Call wHa Minits biJ aUM n open week day tions from Detroit Indianaolis Cleve Â¬ business office 47 la DinlMUMrEHfiU infamous outrage It is a burden they robbed his pocket by the from 830 to 22is excepteach Saturdays land Louisville Cincinnati CoVfug them ou their ieet a great deal are Wagon aud numerous other things cm fcicamycaMemraoM on PUIK HovUttUpNlnVllI troubled with chafed sore or blistered Hiy Farm Gov McOreary on all Uie people lor everybody thieving tariff wart it pen V avuwr Consisting of 371 Toledo Columbus when it eloes at 19 On Sundays the ton Evansville tM tu twi locality to kep la jy Eflafeet especially in hot weuther no UM6 salt which is absolutely ne- Â¬ has challenged Mr Ewell at every iv Springfield Cbibusiness office Is open from 2030 to 22 Dayton Huimltou aTS Mttl H3CJMiSU SiUIPLCif Acres cessary to the maintenance of hu point in this canvass to name one On any night except Saturday after S2 loagound other cilice will be present matter how comfortably their since it ikju ietlMttitctM4tfftdftrroa a aayya una lor w tnoua tiwo may fit Finely pulverized soaietone if not sold privately before trfen will hxT - - Ttj mmi ymur wwtUe bde own pcrrrtr fa iran life Farmers have to feed measure that the Republicans oclock advertisements will be received together with a vast array of ward f r Mwilac tfc NOUIk to Rwlr fcb c w tbstWwteCof as to Pint itt au RTpenr rsfckaKe taMa larz tr4 tor it to their stock and the tax passed during their twenty five in the city editors room up to mid Â¬ orgaiiizttiong which it is expected will sifted into the sltoes or ttlockinga is a be sold In parts orfarm ais whole located ffMo tfktaud njr iianlta nieely Srumakes a considerable item in their years of power for the benefit of night Changes for contract advertleo make it simply the rnnet wonderful simple and good remedy but n powder purchasers The wooded a good resi- Â¬ we- - - ruupkinhMmj aUiy frwatamttaoTtwa QO la traOsneBi Urn rrHr JJO well watered aud t rat RkT m ftUce4t r expense account Salt is largely the laboring man Mr Ewell6 inrnls should be handed iu before 19 political pageant ever known It Is used by the German army is better dence a tenant house barn and other arro ijrtia citiuiry tfc lanor nap wmHffml or coco kwuL- - jade ia wfftar vim of three parts salicylic out bulldiiigB beraail w vUl Tffea ataneaaihl Land purchasers can mfcyen eiuihv jlaaJcr attotiiea baaanSyaaylroobl used in the great meat packing only response was that the Re Â¬ oclock on the day preeeediug that on confidently claimed that 60000 men This consists at four bom the aw ttiII b acid ten parts starch aud eighty seven call on mo for terms at any time My for yento rcartbeotatavt taUtfvtto may caHpoaial Card 04 attary A industry of the country The tax publicans struck the shackles from which they are desired to appear ai will be in line soapstoue It keeps reasons for selling are that I am a mer- Â¬ triaMb to vTiicufta41cawvarir7oasw4lMfr 4u not on salt is kept up for the benefit the hands of 4000000 of slaves at Tlte 24 hour syttem begins with 1 Excursions will be given from all parts pulverizedprevents chafing and chant nud unable to give proper atten feed caw- fri o fattiter wiy nbaro la dona Battf joofi tail acv IUEawOOa OCtb hc the feet dry twtt tot l ifoiii mUfUa Id tfea wflrtd aolafcr Jarr Haof tion to my store and farm of a haodful of monopolists in New their first entrance into power on up in available points Among the Demo Wepa aU CChftTroetoek at night and counts wAiLE- ca3g IU xaa fnUM ata 801 e spots 44CU utiX mOaCtf P9SXLiJfXf U13X Terms made known on day of sate York and Michigan Labor de- Â¬ Mr McCreary refreshed his mem Â¬ the usual way to 12 oclock In the day cratic slateemeu who have been invit Â¬ apldly heals 14- - oo 19 21 THOMPSON RAMSEY not a eingle penny of benefit ory by the fact that that was a The next hour or 1 oclock is 18 aud ed to attend lo addition to Senator Winchester Coubt J A Earn rives Â¬ Â¬ The salt manufacturers of the country are almost all of them millionaires made so by this shocking abuse of the taxing it Climax Feinting Democratic Ticket constitutional amendment and that the Republicans did not free the negroes alone Mr Ewell accused Gov McOreary of an unintentional misrepresentation in re- Â¬ gard to the prioe of Oliver Chilled Plows in Canada contrasted with the price in the United States In his rejoinder Mr McCreary read a letter from a United States Consul in Canada substantiating his own statements and Mr Ewell was again foiled in one of his strongest points Throughout the entire debate Gov McCreary literally routed Mr Ewell from ail ins points 2 Is 14 and so it goes till wliioli is 24 So you go to 1 midnight bd here nt 22oaock if you are in tile habit of retiring at 10 at home The 21 hour ystem sjioyld come intogenera use m orr Tuen is no Hunoynnri or In tile morning or such questions a in the evening A few Indians are seen here and they are just the same bis Injuns they were when your uncle Danl Boone used to wrestle with em liutlhey look muoh befter than the soldiers of the Salvation Army that parades the streets hero day by day and night after night The In- diaus come iu from the frontier and bringartioles of merchandise such as furs beaded work mocoaolns aud the like In winter they often travel with dog rains aud sled and wear snow -- ule 20W Thurman are Speaker John G Car- - W auctioneer reports about c oWCentucky Ony Hill ni jsew lisle 4 15 fifty feede s York Postmaster Getienil Don M pounds sold for 17 m J 4 - I A2JTS imm ONLY REAL BIG MAB6ED 100008 SHOIli HERE THIS AM QUADBME ITS 2000800 IHVESTED I YEAR SIZE Dlckinii 8i MM IH SEW FEATUBES S3MC im HftiJSE Richmond Saturday October 27th iyP v mjg AX Zi I oommiTEiDi Josie DeMotte Madame Gertrude uc as tan una jaicni Emma TTrmffhtnn- Kate HalL lilM If htb aw Bimm iiacBSW --oi- 1 iHliii biimm lOICSr iojetxtcs s Carolina liicheboarg Katie ttone Mamie Juntos Mat tie Krsggs ilattia Neil Fisher Sisters Â¬ three-year-ol- feet mmwd rnrxtn iiluULi AftlS 110 MALE AND FEMALE ARTISTS Katariaa Saw row Kano uamrorr Leonora DeToqueHe Clansse LaBele Jnhe DdMontreniL Eugenia Braafcrt Aids- - MS PUBLIC SALE Eg Mill ill Rose PoniatcwskL TTKFUTTTTT Mamie Ahton SGODTS fflBIAKS aaft COWBOYS Badia Johnston Katie Zenobia Adenia Sisters James DeMotte John Eobinson 1 Â¬ Friday October 26 88 Geneveria Sisters Ella Soli The Only Zela Jennie Kirby William DeMotte Â¬ lGGO MEN lions Hurley John Brown Harry Jones GeorroWertz HORSEST Adam IHrombewski Wm Ashcroft Sie Sabestrease JihnIi3wlow Three darks JchnKombs A BOXERS sh Tamily of Five Charles Petardin Auguste roacert Edward Meon Zorate Brothers Wm Kirby Mon i Hebron The Four BeOgleys Theophile DePlexsia LeKord Family WRESTLERS Stiffner Brothers Charles Wilson DeAlnii Psmily Monroe Smith N PoptiroC Alexis HXoseova Senor Joan dOviedo Frank Tisher Karry Marks MsNeil Â¬ sjs 43000 DR0YE OF GIRAPFES 23c 49c Sl6ic Fly 9 MENAGERIES -- Â¬ rr-rer 2i5c 5i SOUS33SOXjD Â¬ Kitchen Eurniture Ecrbory Zebra Fast India Antelope Cash Â¬ mere Goats Ebcny haded PUatine Shee- Spotted Axi3 Deer Bison of Colorado Amer Â¬ Jr guar Hyenas ican Spctted Slver Lion of California Stnpea Llama or Camel ot the and GiantHors821 Hands Giant Oi 21 Hands Andes Peruvian Aroaca Pnroa or AfricanÂ¬ Cougar American Buffalo Sloth Gnu Vir ginia Panthers Senegal Leopards AnstraLan Kangaroo Bat Kangaroo Timrs Tawry Lion Shetland Cow Spotted Tigers BHci Visers African Porcupines Badgers Bea- FLOCK 0 vers otpi rrr rT GENUINE OSTRICHES 1 Â¬ Si iilH LDBISME POST SS Wild CatsWhite and Gray Coons Fox esWeaselsIiynxPecoaries Chamo Apes Gazelles Japanese bwine AX ican Jaca Ocelot Eumadras Baboons or Lion Slayers Monkeys ArmacUo and Btiick Monkeys EippopotamuSjOirsffes Ostriches and l50O Brro Animals Given Vxeo with tho GEAKD STKEET PAHADE each morning Cowbovs Scouts Biflemen Vacqueros Cowgirls Indians Medicine Men Backs Squaws and Papooses a Herd of Texas Steers Wild Buffaloes and Mountain Elk Pleet Mustangs Wiry Indian Ponies and Genuine Deadwood Stage Coach Â¬ Cages Dens and lairs 12 Separate Xinds of Music 4 Musical Wag Â¬ ons 15 Trumpeters Troupe Jubilee Singers Chime Bells 31 Sun bright Chariots 8 Distinct Brass Bands Female Brass Band of 15 2 Steam Calliopes Fife and Drum Corps Female Open air Opera 300 Horses 100 Ponies Scottish Bagpipers Steam Organ Droves of EleÂ¬ phants Giraffes Ostriches Elands Buffaloes Elk and Zebras Â¬ Â¬ TOBUB TJATOO RB Sf tK mmk kmm m m O TT H4nlwC TEAM aoADy BOAT- - DIMLLI Cheap Excursion Rates at all Stations onK R R Two Special Trains one from Livingston CO and one from Rowland T THE Â¬ Y Ireatest Bargains of lour Life IE YOU FEL- - TO VISIT- - iiSBETsrjisiim IE5TTS5RS BMSILEY BROS PLACE jBJJSriD C3--E3- 3- T 20 Yards Worsted Dress Goods for 12 100 16 Yards 4 4 AAA Brown Sheeting for 100 Â¬ -- S S DII1LLI Yards Green Ticket Lonsdale for 100 Our Stock of Clothing Boots and Hats and Gaps and Ladies and CO WlIffTED Â¬ m fsmg Shoes Gents Eurnishing Goods is Complete 2t Â¬ Â¬ two-year-o- ld BRJMKlLIIir BROS NEZT BOOS TO POST Â¬ PUBLIC SALE Saturday Nov CFTieS BIC22C02TO ST THE LBMETT -- PITENT SEAT FASTENER fef j 88 THIS IS TIE Â¬ WORKS fcff I was mm seat ingnn fo k Atbtiwia l EMKYOKD Sample xrnt Fsm S IIAJDGSIt Ailljurn M ant 3V Y- - h ki- BULMIaiFli Guard against burglars and fire by purchasing a burglar proof and fire jroot Â¬ Contractor and Builder Is prepared with an experier ced set of bmWiog hands to do all kinds of boj and repairing Otve hist a eaC L 0I jr mar7tf Every merchant every farmer eerjr business man every professional man J ought to have a safe Account bootes ac- Â¬ counts notes checks receipts money Your City Tax Is jww dua If wvt jewelry and other valuablecan be kept paid by Novertber 1st 10 pet whL will all harm at small expense from be added aedoralng to law THE C ARY SAFE CO BAXTER City ColrMtor 52 Wet EaIe St Buffalo N Y Powwllow 2d St Ofltee with Smith jD9One of the Carey safes can be 1719 seen at The Climax office 5 35 i IiASTjQAI3L JL Â¬ Â¬ - The concert given by Mdlle Bredeli OCTOBER a4 188 and her pupils at the Court house last vTeUNESUAY Saturday night was awmplete fuccess A ery large and appreciative audience body will go to the how Satur-J-- T wai pncnt and the programme which showed excellent taste in its arrangement was mott artistically carried Mdlle M- E B WaUaoc k tejeurning in BrcdelH deserves great credit lor the labor City for a tpcH Kansas expended on the concert and for all the The Noah Tei sale wlH take place work she Is doing among the Richmond people in 0 --Fnia See advertisement In another of music the advance of that worthy art c Tin - THE CLIMAX The Concert A J Reed left Saturdajj Mr Reed gees to attend Ze Grand Lodge of I O O F Mr and Mrs Cr Loufi ille TO THE CITIZENS OF RICHMOND KY Â¬ Â¬ BlantoB D D- - Chancetor Rc L was In the city Central Cnivereit Danville Otive Branch VYJnesdaj 11 rtion submitting to the voters of Rich In view of the withdrawal of the propo- Senator Harris and ciicof Richmond r seJ down to Fleming Monday to icnJ the Roger Htrra wedding Mrs ilu- c S Farnsh accompanied by her Miss Mattie is visiting her iter Mrs Davis in CampteeHkviHe er next between the hours of 10 A m and 2 m Master Commissioner S E Scott w ill sell 139 acres of land Vn iwn as the Jere CeJHns place on the R Juror and Irvine pilte about six raKcs On FriJay fi U Richmond Stuart of EKzabcthiown has his wifes lamHy Mr and Mr Mrs RanUn Mason in thfc county Su rt is a farmer on an extensive scale 13 Hardm county on the celebrated fruit Ian Is of Muldraughs HiH Mr John iisitng CjI T S Bronston collector for this was here Wednesday and bonor cKs with a call Wc had never met hcai before and were much pleased to form the acquaintance of so courteous and 5cd an officer Stanford Journal dn tTCt e Grand Lodge of Good Templars in rcs on in Louisville elected T B Dema- ree of College HiH Grand Worthy Chief T Tc rplar directed the founding of a tn - iy publication to be edited by Mr Dc aree and Louk Hancock the Grand Secretary and then adjourned to meet next 1 car at Madkonville Change of Date Tie sale of Thompson Ramsey adver t ei r October loth has been postponed sit aurday November 10th Mr Ra--intends to sell everything adver- theend J See notice elsewhere in this issue C amount of thirty thousand dollars to the Richmond Water works Company upon certain conditions set out in an order pass Â¬ ed by the City Council we deem it proper to make an explanation of the mat ter to 3 ou The charter became a law on April 19 iSSS and the incorporators re Â¬ side here ami are wcH known to tlie peo ple of Richmond Sejietime after the passage of the charter the company or- Â¬ ganized under It and opened books for the subscription of stock and all that could be obtained from the incorporators and the other citizens of the city amounted to only about 20000 The books have al ways been open for subscriptions and are so yet and this has been stated in the city papers Knowing that the city would be greatly benefitted by the construction of the works and that at least 5000 per year would be saved in insurance alone the company applied to j our City Council for an ordr to hold an election and sub rait the question of subscribing 30000 stock to the people notwithstanding the gross misrepresentations and misunder Â¬ standing of this order No better guarded proposition was ever submitted by a rail- Â¬ road or water company to the citizens of a city or county We recall no safeguard that was asked for by your Council that was not inserted in it and instead of the city being at the mercy of the company as some put it if this order had been ratified at the polls the company would have been under the complete control of the city 1st The company was required to bund the best and most modern system of works whioh of course U the most costly in the beginning but probably cheapest in Â¬ Â¬ mond Ky the question as to whether or not tlie city shall subscribe stock to the Sale of City lrepertr C - P P Ballard report the sale of M- Tutsv Millers property on Lacaster Ate 1 4 efterday bio Robert Miller was I nliaer of the house and lot at jr J R C Stockton of the batWmg 1 at i 1 Loss of a Promising Filly Mtrs McKee Traynor lot a valu- caihng filly on last Wednesday by red WiHe out of a Mat Jen Mare dam of John Wilkes and vntrs had been offered 1000 for lie was at a blacksmith shoo - she reared up awl fell back break- cr skull She was an excellent 0 fily an J gav fair promWe of being Me in a few veers in as -- Who Was A It genteman walked into ee of OHr JTn a nt grocery stores on West Main a few days ago and called tor some The grocer very kindly filled la t c sack and handed it to the purchas t He took hi departure and on going a tep opened the 6ack and surprise that he had a dozen jc - It is confidently aflHrmed that the Eg- who sold them to the man is soon It u- J oie of Madiaons fiir damsel and sc he can be excused especially as Jo It t uu ig ad had jtMt left the store discov-Ic-LJtohik - A Wedding with It ks an invitation to the narrlan of BMs Mattie Casetdine of Eminence to Re Harry G Henderson of ITe ceremony will take P ti s evening October 24th in the oiitt church at Eminence at eight Mr Henderson is the son of Dr Henderson pastor of the Meih- ciurch at this place and has often cached to his fathers congregation as many friends of Mr Henderson unite j The Climax in wishing for the ppy couple a long joyous and prosper- acknowledges Ii Climax cacs -- tJe PaMie Speaking T ere will be public speaking at the Ic jring times and niaces in Madison fot ntj Ky in behalf of the Presidential f 3 Congression Democratic tickets -November 2nd iSSS Union A J Reed W S Mobcrley J A it Robinsons Store W B -JC Chenauh Speedwell S D Pa isjC S Powell D M Chenault - 3n C H BreckJ R Bumam H Tarner Saturday November 3rd Pt ca W B Smith AJ Reed Waco - F Turner J C Chenault Wm 3Tbs Kirksville J A Sullivan S rarrlsh J R Burnam Kingston H Brcck Harris Orooke Foxtown S Powell W S Mobcrly Speak- commence it the above named ow ccat 1 30 oclock p m There will - c speaking at the Court house in Tond Ky on Saturday evening rir bcr 3rd 18SS beginning at 73d xkp m Everybody invited ladies van 1 -T- - 9SVm VfT H r3 i r Jer Cat all s Je ocratc Day at the Centenniel 33 may be able to attend 25th- - Thursday October the r the round trip from J a tiic remarkably low rate of 5 5 rg a free ticket to the Exposition oJ Roman Allen G Thurman can- te for Vice President win positively j c e to welcome the boys Calvin S - Chairman of tbvNalional Demo- vommittee and many other 01s- o ied leaders of the party will be Tickets witt be on sale for reg- t 1 sthe moraimr of the 3ith and rJ nung on any train to and mctod- ber 27th Bear In mind the - Erpoiition closes October 27th and Mujjurla t chance Qjecn Crescent route will sell On ticUts from aN points at ex 01 J ov rates for Thursday October l La is Democratic Day at the fr ExposWon and will be the of the Centennial It Is the last Centennial excursion as the ex- closes Satndy night Te Jsr and Mr Cleveland have been I al and Allen G Thumwn of Ohio fi - sr Central Railway has placed Rich- - f- r- f j11 r 3 t and Central Statten t i reseat Special im wiHberitn n ti ttntlncu tn arimm sightseers and theatergoers ier particulars see ticket agents e me or write to F W WooHey r Agt LexingtoB Ky tcrmediali- - j Cineinnatl r i Mnaic HOWSTMS Mrs S F Lail an experienced We offer One Hundred Dollars re- Â¬ ward fur any case of Catarrh that can teacher desires pupils iu Piano Study not be cured by taking Halls Catarrh The latest method taught Terms moderate Music room nt D R For 2d It was required to supply the city Cure 7- with fire hydrants to be located as direct Â¬ F J CHENEY CO Proprs Tole- nians after September 1 188S ed by the Council on every street in the do O HhIIm Catarrh Cure is taken inW H Kelley will build you a good city This would protect the city from ternally acting directly upon the blood fire and render a fire engine unnecessary and mucus surfaces of the system house cheaper than imy man in town mar7 tf 3d The company undertook to furnish Price 75 cts per bottle Sold by J J free water to all the churches and public 16 20 Brooks Short Time Only schools in the city white and colored All persons indebted to J J Brooks The Honest Old Millionaire Showman Gra and to supply the citizens with free drink Â¬ prior to 1SS8 will please come and settle in This Way and will exhibit at ing water from four large public troughs by note or cash at once All claims not Ilichmond October 27 one to be located in each ward settled promptly will be placed iu the 4th But the two most important pro Â¬ 0 The honest John Robinsons Shows hands of a collector visions were first instead of the annual all united and combined have at last being left to be agreed upon between rates Tcn Cents decided to exhibit here For sixty- the company and the consumer this im Will get a first class shave at the Gar Â¬ fnur j ears this show has used one man poitant right was surrendered to the city nett Houe Biiber Shop Clean tow Â¬ and one title glowing each year be without its request and the City Counels and sharp razors are plentiful hit three or four years ahead of the cil could by ordinance adopt such rates None but first class workinmen are times always being acknowledged the as it tliought were reasonable- and just employed Give us a trial Entire Biggest ami Best of Shows always ex- Â¬ with tlie additional safeguard that these 16- hibiting more than advertised always fatisfaction is guaranteed rates would not exceed Lexington or giving the tame exhibitions iu small If jou want a nice buggy phreton Frankfort but there was no restriction as towni as large cities and never divid- Â¬ rockaway carriage barouche or to how low they could be The company ing always treating the people lair and coupe go to John Donelson apr4 t believed that the council would act with honest having none of the vampire discretion This gave to the city the Half Fare Excursions following ho often following inferior power to cnntiol and limit the revenues of On September 11th and 25thOctober shows This year over 1000 m n the company and when considered in women and hordes are employed 9tb and 23rd the C I St L C Ry connection with the right of the city to Three Monsler Menageries have been Kankakee Line will sell tickets to purchase the works and therequiring of a Repecttuly various points iu Iowa Nabraska Combined and United in one and con bond of 60000 that they should be operat Â¬ Richmond Water Works Co tain every animal known to animal Wyoming Arkansas New Mexico ed whether they pay or not it was vol Â¬ Dakota Colorado history Three Great Circus Rings are Indian Territory untarily putting in the hands of the city a I5EKEA used and acts In each are given at one Montana and Texas at one fure for the ery dangerous power over the company and at the same lime requiring ICO round trip tickets will be good re- Â¬ re- Â¬ because the city if it so desired could Mrs Jane Stokes from Covington turning within thirty diys from dale quire the company to operate at a low has been visiting friend in this place in nle and female artists and giving 150 new aud novel acts The street parade ol sale Stop over will be allowed compel it to sell to the city at and thus Samuel Hanson and wife spent last is the best ever eeen here Remember within the final limit of tickets at any any time and at much less than its worth week visiting the Exposition at Cin- Â¬ cheap excursion rates from all stations olut In the territory to which reduced Secondly outside of the exercise of this cinnati 011 the IC C to visit John Robinsons rates are made power there was a provision in the order Cull on or address nearest ticket Mrs Ij M Hanson has returned 10 Big Shows at Richmond Oct 27 that at the end of ten years and every five agent C L St h C Ry or years thereafter the city had the right to from her visit to Cincinnati Augusta Song Harmony John Eqan and other points buy the works and if the price could not Song Harmony a new book for 12 19 GP T A Cincinnati O be agreed upon that their value was to be Rev A Devnre has been to Southern the ue of singing schools muMcal left to arbitrators chosen by each and Ohio to attend a convention of his re- Â¬ Donelson will make you as good a institutes conventions etc edited by their umpire and the city could take the ligious denomination Tj O Emerson and filled with well- - buggy or carriage as can be bought works on their award or not as she any where iu America apr4 tf Green sou of T J Roberson fell sulected aud original compositions has m m pleased but the company could not refuse been received from the publishers It from a small chestnut tree und broke Save Money to sell them at that price contains the usual rudimentary exer Â¬ By paying cash for your Millinery at But no provision of the order seem Â¬ hi arm a few days ago 5th cise with bright and pleasing part ed to be so misunderstood and misrepreMiss Sallie Jackson left last Monday songs glees choruses etc and a flue Green Front 13 First Street 15- sented as that in relation to the election to make her future home with her Mrs J F Stone collection of metrical tunes anthems of officers Under the charter of the com brother near liloomiuglon III and other choir pieces alt of which Adrtee to Mothers pany the law of the land as well as the 8nur aonldslmri Horwell Wright has been quite sick make the book useful in nearley every beMrs Wnrswwa Sootuikq cutting terth It re tued when children an order itself the city had the right to cast with pleurn pneumonie but has so far form of vocal instructien and choral itpTodnceanatural UeretUieUttleiuffenratonce quiet ileep and the little cherub awaket aa bright one vote for each share of stock she recovered that his father who wns practice Jt Is one of Mr Emersons aa a button It ia Terr pleaaant to taite It would have and if by her own stock or oothea alia jsall pain called home by telegram left for his best books and contains nearly 200 regulate the chilasoftenatbegusua known remedy the bovela and is the beat any combination with other stock holders work on Monday or diarrbCBa whether arising from teething or pages of good music Send for a free Twenty are cents a bottle other Otttue she could control the directory she hid The walls and ceiling of the College specimen page and descriptive circular Â¬ 65 the right to do so If the proposition had of Song Harmony by J O Emerin carried the city would have 300 shares of Chapel has been treated to a finish of son Price of the book GO cts sent by Sanns Specific will cure Rheuma Â¬ stock and the other stock holders only alabastine In colors which greatly im- Â¬ mall to any address by Oliver Ditsou tism or motiey refunded Price 75c at 200 and of course she could control the proves its appearance and brings out Whites Drug Store becond street Co Boston Mass company But the City Council was the stucco work in beautiful relief 5- near Garnett House passing this order for not the present Terrible Forewarning W B Hutchinson and bis eldest Donelson uses the best material that alone but the future also and knowing daughter Miss Mollie have been pay Â¬ Cougu iu the moraine hurried or the city would grow largely in 25 years ing a visit to friends near Cleveland dilllcult breathing raising phlegm the market aflords and the best work- Â¬ and the system would correspondingly be Ohio Miss Mollie will remain with lightness In the chest quickened puke men He puts up none but the best extendedr and that in that event 300 an aunt in Covington Ky for boveral chllluess iu the evening or sweat at work Buggies carriages etc made apr4 tf shares could not control the company the weeks night all or any of thee things are the to order Call on him city required the company to agree that first staged of consumption Dr Ackers HARVEST EXCURSIONS the city should have two members of the English Remedy for Consumption will RELIGIOUS city board certain each year but if the cure these fearful symptoms and is To Minnesota Dakota Montana did not desire to exercise this offer she Dr L G Barbour and Prof W M sold under a positive guarantee by V For the iuformatiou of all parties de-Â¬ had the right to go into the election and Wilson both attended the meeting of G While Preucriptiou Druggist siring to take a trip through Northern elect as many directors as she could with the Synod of the Presbyterian church Minnesota Dakota or Montana for her own stock or by combining with of Kentucky nt Versailles last week Lucky is the lady who chances at tlie purpose of lookiug over the country others What more could the city or any the lime cholera breaks out among Elder A Jefl Tribble has just con- Â¬ our poultry to have 011 hand a bottle or-- with the idea of selecting a new air mn ask on this point home within tlie boundaries of the meeting at Buck6th The order required that the com cluded a protracted of Ganters Chicken Cholera Cure grandest wheat belt In the world and eye Garrard county with 25 additions pany before the delivery of the bonds to which is sold no cure no pay by an agricultural country suitable for it should execute a bond in the penal sura This IsElUer Tribbles third year at this Stockton Willis It diversified farming dairy and stock of 60000 to the city conditioned that it church aud he has had 123 additions theHt Paul Minneapolis Jessamine Journal The experience of years furnishes purposes Ry would construct and operate lie arorti jnJ will put in effect a rate Manitoba accordance with the order There were Mrs Cleveland and John Wnun tiie most convincing evidence that for the rouud trip from St Paul to several other important conditions too maker are honorary members of the thousands of lives are annually saved poluta on Its line cheaper than ever be- Â¬ numerous now to mention Besides the Guild of the New leaf the latest church by Ihe us of Ayera Cherry Pectoral fore Aug 21st Sept 11th and Oct company obligated itself in writing that no society It is founded on the resolu- Â¬ It epeedily curesjill affections of the 9th be and It all points23d tickets will of Stsold from more stock should be issued than the cost tions of Its members to turn over a new throat bronchial tubes and luugff Paul south and east Use works or if issued all leaf The badge is a maple leaf and ol constructing For maps aud iuformatiou apply to A Narrow Escape Â¬ the stock holders would share in the ben- motto Phlllipplans III 13 14 your home ticket agent to any agent Col W K Nelson of Brooklyn efits of it in proportion to the amount of The congregation of the First Presby Â¬ came home one evening feeling a pe- Â¬ of the company or their 3ck F I Whitney terian church have again called Rev culiar tightness in the chest Before A large majority of our citizens sup- Â¬ Mr GcdI Pass and TkL Agt Preston of Virginia to become retiring he tried to draw a long breath ported the proposition to sabscribe25 11- pastor It is to be hoped that but fouud It almost impossible St Paul Mirn In safe Â¬ their B tairoad NI Hel 000 to the R a he will accept this the Fecund call suffered four days from pneumonia Wanted Help Men and Women guards that proposition is not the equal within four months Mr Preston of this The railroad has the right to maae a splendid impression during his aud the doctors gave him up Dr Wanted oae good man or lady in Ackers English Remedy for Consump- Â¬ mortgage its propertyibr many thousands lormer visit to this church but he felt tion saved him and he Is well to day eacli county quick to represent our more than its cost and to issue of dollars that be could not leave his charge iu Sold by W G White Prescription house and Introduce our three great an unlimited amount of stock for only new books and Bibles No cash or Virginia The importuuity of the peo- Â¬ Druggist riommal consideration thereby depreciat- Â¬ 30 days time experience necessary ple here may induce him to consider ing the countys stock to a mere trifle more favorably their nail The salary It is useless to attempt the euro of allowed agents to deliver books New This county has no guarantee of any oflered him is 2000 any disorder If the blood is allowed to Plans aud new books on salary or member of the board of directors nor remain impure Neuralgia and rheu Â¬ commission or we will close a yearly have all the four counties together alBOFtN matism are traceable to a disordered contract with good pushers and guar- Â¬ though they snbscribe 550000 to the condition of Ihe blood and iu numberÂ¬ antee salary Large descriptive illus- Â¬ company guaranty of a single member on Mayor Francis was at home all day less cases have been cured by lakiug a trated circulars and best lerms free the board But the advantage that the yesterday and when he came down few bottles of Ayers Sareaparilla It Act Quick and address railroad company may have over the town last night i face was wreathed Dan Linahan Pubushino Co in Promptness Water works Company with some may iu smile n ha anoounced that U 4th aud Washington A v be that it is controlled by foreign capital Â¬ sixth sou and heir had u t been born Bt Louis Mo 1020 First a cold then a cough then con Â¬ ists and possibly had large sums to pay The next Governor eaid that It was sumption then death I took Dr I have secured the services of an ex for its advocacy Just twenty two years yesterd ty bluce AcKern Engllnh Remedy for Consump Â¬ The raikoad will be of great benefit to he arrived iu Ht Louis and he regarded tion the moment I began to cough and Ptiienceil trimmer who has arrived the county and we arc glad that it is the little strauger who had jiwt arrived I bolleve it saved my life Walter N and with a large stock of new and But we can poiat with absolute coming Bold by W G seasonable Koodr I shall try to satisfy at Ida house as a fitting oelebration of Wallace Washington Ibow who may favor me with a call certainty to no considerable saving re Â¬ that eveut The Mayor vvlllnot leave White Prescription Druggist both iu style and quality I buy noth- Â¬ sulting from k to our peogjc and as to tlie pfty for wveral days the Stale Ran nd Specific will cure itheumu ing but the best goods My many probable benefits a systeM ef water works committee having concealed his en Â¬ tism or money refunded Price 75c at friends and customers slwaya welcome has the advantage Our trfty can not gagements to speak in the oeunlry Whites Drug Store Second street whether they by or not develop to any stee without water no St Louis Republican 6- 16- near Garuett House Mrs J F Stone many railroad we have In matter how Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -Â¬ Â¬ rummer we have h t enough water to Irundry Clothes or to drink We can not hope to get any valer b boring because we have spent ovi r 5 000 at that and gone a distance of a third of a mile into the ground So if this place ever giows beyond the limits of a small agricultural citynhd has any manufactories of any kind we mut have water works It is remarkable that most of tlie cities in this State are inland though rivers skirt the borders of many coupties such as Lexington Winchester Nicholasvillo ar d many other places The county scat of this county was transferred i oin Boonesboro to Richmond These places can not grow without water as well as rail- Â¬ roads Richmond is centrally located as to our railroads is situated closer to the coal and timber regions than any other blue grass city and has a good chance to get the machine shop of the K C R R and RNI BRR Water works would make the city healthier and make possi Â¬ ble a good sewage and drainage They would add much to the beauty of our city and the comfort of the people That man is blind who does not see that the State just east of us is at the threshold of a new era But we can not profit by it without water though we are paying 250 000 to develop it As shown by the report of the Insur- Â¬ ance Bureau of Kentucky for 1SS7 the people of Richmond paid in taxes by way of insurance r3 6ij and wnce the fire of last ear and because there is now little or no protection from fire this amount has been increased 50 per cent making a total of over 20000 This is nearly twice as much as the people of the whole county pay in taxes to the sheriff for the ordinary expenses of the county and ex- Â¬ ceeds by six thousand dollars the entire revenue of the city derived from direct taxation of 60 cents on 100 poll tax all kinds of license and saloon taxes c Richmond is now rated as a third class town If we had water works it would be rated as first class and the people of Richmond would ta ve in the item of insurance alone at least 5000 per annum which would in a few years pay the subscription besides deriving other benefits too numerous to mention All the money expended in constructing the water works will be spent among our laborers mechanics and merchants The incorporators not having the money with which to build first class water works and being unable toget sufficient subscriptions knowing tlie many advantages the citizens of Richmond K would derh c from them especially in the item of insurance applied to the City Council for the order that was entered The company acted in good faith and Itonestly we know anJ the proposition was fair we believe Wc think that it would pay as an investment to the city The company in the order was surrendering important rights to the city which are now restor- Â¬ ed and if she had voted the stock she was getting value received for it The idea of water works was so new to our people the proposition was so misunderstood and misrepresented that we concluded to withdraw it The members of the company felt that the success of the enterprise would be of little concern to them personally that if such a proposition did not address itself to the impartial business sense of the people they had no interest or desire to enter a heated contest As it was offered in good faith it is so withdrawn and without an expectation of again making any proposition to the Council The company now looks to private subscriptions here and if need be elsewhere for the success of this important enterprise Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Our AgenlMrG HJudy will 18 Tlie marriage of Miss Laura Guet to siatioiiell at Htuhthotidi Ky to dress Mr GUI of life KenlilcRJ All podliFy fhiUl Ille first to tenth of No- Â¬ v wite U JhiMuuCcd for October 31st vember Will pay highest market G 1 lman Bki NT John L Bobley of the Wiuchester price 18 20 Purls Kentucky Kim U to be married eoon to a chnrm Ing widow of Clark couuty The She is Grateful Cumax tXtenila its heartiest coiigrat saved the life of my little girl by a I ulatiini8 Success to you John prompt use of Vr Ackers English Dr Fouschee 8tnuel of Louisville ltemedy for Consumption Mrs Wm Will be married to day the 24th to V Harrlman New York Sold by W Miss Mnltlo Bellrt Hays of the same a White Prescription Druggist city the beautiful daughter of the School Books at Whites Drug Store uell kuowu Bung writer Uol Will B 2nd SL near Garnett House tf Hays MATRIMONIAL Turkrjs Wanted i Iylf The Largest and ost Complete Line of Clothing Ever hown in Richmond We have just returned from the market where we have bought goods at such LOW PRICES that we can sell you the best Suit or Overcoat or anything in our line at m -- Mr Leonard Coltou Hanun of Cleve Â¬ Suffered for Six Years land Ohio and Mini Coralle Walker Wife suffered ix years from supwere mnrrieii In this city last Wednes- - pressed menstruation Has been day evening The yard wns brilliantly treated by the best physicians wltfinut illumluated and the presents were ex benefit Two hot tit of Bradfields ceedlngly elegant nttd expensive Blsll Ffbiale Regulator relieved her liop T tt Dudley Louisville assist Â¬ W A SimMokS McNutts S C ed by Rev Mr Wingate of this place Write the Bradileld Reg Co Atlanta performed the ceremony 17 20 Georgia Â¬ lload horses trotters and runners shod in any manuer desired I have In tills place on Wednesday Octo Â¬ Just received an extra lot of four year ber 17Ui ISSS Abraham M Rice old second growth timber for repairing All work guar better known as Pres Rice In the all kinds of wagons ntiteed at the very lowest prices Shop 26 li year of his age back of Brookss drug store The youugest convict in the United Respectfully States is now iu t lie State prison at 8febly 8 L M1DKIFF Naxliville Teun His name is Dnuiel Take it in Time Jordou and he was sent from Mem Â¬ For want of a null a shoe was lost phis He is less than 11 years old and was convicted of having stolen 5 and for want of a shoe a Iinrte was lost sentenced to three years in the peni- Â¬ for want ol a lioree a rider was lost tentiary When the first night of his Never neglect small things The first incarceration came the guard did not signs of pneumonia and consumption lie checked by Dr lock him in a solitary cell but allowed cm positive to He down ou a blanket where he Ackers English Remedy for Consump sobbed himself to sleep He 103 a wid Â¬ tion Sold by W G White Prescrip Â¬ tion Druggist owed mother in Memphis DIED M PIES TH Our aim is to sell you goods at prices that will give you full satisfaction for what you pay for same Our stock embraces 10 HUB BOUGHT THEM ST BEFORE m All th Latest Styles m Suits Overeeats A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF HATS CAPS IN ALL QUALITIES COLOES AND SHADES c C ti 1 in the latest patterns colors fabrics c Our coats and suits will fit all sizes and shapes from the largest man to the smallest boy long and slim thin and stout Â¬ The widows of four Presidents of the United States Mesdames Polk Tyler Grant and Garfield are receiving government pensions nf 5000 a year The widows of three major geuerala Mtsdumes Blair Hancock and Logan are receiving pensions of 2000 a year The widow of General Sheridan will come between the two with a pension of 3500 School Books at Whites Drug Store 2nd St near Garnett House tf 1 have a remedy guaranteed o cure Chicken Cholera and other diseases among fowls I will refund the money In every case where thn remedy falls A Complete Line of Furnishing Goods W G White Prescription Druggist 2d SI near Garnett House iuar28tf the Latest Things to be Found on a First Class Tailoring Establishment at the very lowest prices for a first class fit workmanship and quality of goods considered We cordially invite you to come and look through our stock in all departments We will gladly show you our goods whether you wish to buy or not But you must see for yourself that we are not blowing our goods upon paper but that wc do and will do everything that we say we can do as is complete embracing all of 01 GOODS AEE EWith thanks we are ID AT PRICES TO BEi US OUT II I HAT IE HAVE SAID for past patronage and hoping for the continuance of same Very Respectfully COVINGTON mmmmmmaammmmwnmcMmBBmamimmmKMmaemmmMMnmammmmmKKvmeawm MITCHELL 573E3S37 BTawXTO 213 STjFiSSIEl LARGEST EXCLUSIVE FOLDING BED FACTORY in BRbTOICK Simplest FOLDING BED tlie World Most Durable Best Hade in All Kinds of Wood Cannot cct out oronler eren under tho most carvlesause Twenty Different Styles It is so accurately balanced a mere child can tandls it y K3tgyggroyrajfa CU 3 in Zona Sana rent and rod for an extra room just the tbini fur a small bed room imiiii CLOSED With all the tedding in fliTi T LARGEST STOCK OF I i s It Is tho BEST Buy no other If your Furniture Dealer hasnt it mite for Catalogae to Fort Wayne Furniture 15 27 Co Fort wayne m Sole Manufacturers AbU THlIITG Goods ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR ASSESSOR J HARVEY for Assessor of Madison cuuty BUbject to Ihe uction of the Democratic party 12- - We are authorized to announce W Trustees Sale jx A Hats and Pimushing We are authorized to announce JOEL T EMBRY as a candidnle for Asses Â¬ sor of Madison county subject to the actiou ot the democratic parly We are authorized to announce A J WILLOUGHBYasa candidate for Assessor of Mtuihon county subject to the action of the Democratic par- Â¬ 3- ty S Trustee of John sell ou C Hagan I will Wednesday flov U ISSS at public auction at his house in Madi Â¬ son County on tlie Lancaster Pike 10 miles from Richmond the real aud persoual estate belonging to said Ha- Tlie laud consists of giin TTe 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 Editor Climax your paper a call ou me to become a Several weeks since I noticed in candidnle for Assessor of Madison county Signed Many Voters of Million Having considered thesuu ect I have determined to become a candidate I thank Many Voters of Million for their kind and I must say flattering expressions as to my qualifications I therefore announce miselfns a candidate for Assessor of Madison onuuty subject to the action of the Democratic party Very truly 13- 337 Two Story of first rate Walnut Lands fronting on the Lancaster Turnpike and about one mile from the railroad depot and in au excellent neighborhood The improve- Â¬ ments are all good consisting of a large Aeas Clothing Hats Uriel Furnishing Goods con- Â¬ Mliog Owing to backward spring we have cluded to than you ever got before for same money - C R Tudor Biid all necessary out building3 The farm Is well watered and is adapted to We are authorized to announce JOHN F WAGERS a candidate for Jailer of Madison county subject to the 3- action of I ho Democratic party We are authorized to announce JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for Jailer of Madison couuty subject to the action of the Democratic party 3- - for jailer all the growths of Corn Wheat Rye Hemp Tobacco and Blue Urass The farm can be divided into two parcels aud will be sold in one or two pieces as will beat promote the interest of the Assiguor and his CrcJitors The per- Â¬ sonalty cousMs of G5 CDT DOWI OUR STOCK which is larger than ever and in order to do so we will almost sell them at STEERS 11 G HEIFERS COWS and CALVES SAMUEL BIGGERSTAFF a candl date for Jailer of Madison couuty sub- Â¬ ject tu the action of tne Democratic 3 party to announce We are ausiiomen THOMAS S FERREfiL as a candi- dafb for Jailer of Madison county ob Â¬ ject to the uctiopuf the Democratic We are authorized to announce r 3 HORSES 4 MOLES 45 ACRES of CORN Your Own Price COME AND SEE THE party 4- - 15000 POUNDS TOBACCO Imple And a Large Amount of Parana menU and Household Fnrnitnre r Wfare authorized to announce JOH4 HILL as a candidate for Jailer of Mftdison county subject to the ac- Â¬ 4- tion of the Democratic party HARRIS a candidate for Tlie possession of Terms aa follows the lands will be given on January 1st perintendent of Publle Schools sudject 1689 when one third ot tlie purclmue to the action of the Democratic party money will be due and for the other 8- lutymeuts credits f olx aud twelve months with interest from Jautiury Â¬ for county superintendent Wo are authorized to announce J B County Su- Also 9 Shares of Kirksville and Kentucky River Turnpike Stodfc etc The personalty 011 all sums nf 20 BOOR fiEHTS nnd under cash in hand over taimaomitt until January 1st 18i0 will be given WM L CRUTOHER THREE GBEAT HEW BOOKS 17 Sj TriNlee ON SALARY OR COMMISSION 50 days allowed agents to deliver books no cash or experience necessary Best terms free See local notice Four gfted rooms on First BtreeJup DAS LtNAUAN PUBUSI1IXG C0t stair suitable for offlees or bed fftoms G W Vfiun 4th and Washington Ave St Loub Ma Apply to i6 io tf HMD 18S9 LARGEST STOCK FINEST GOODS NEWEST STYLES lit LOWEST PRICES that lever named for same quality of goods at the oldest Clothing jHouse in Richmond vi FOR RENT- J ray2t B SfOTJPPEE Eiisst Street M- - J SFEED SMITH CHAS S POWELL USEFUL FANCY WORK -- FACTS FOR FARMERS FULL OF FUN CENTB4L--UHIVEBSl- TY SMITH POWELL Fire Insurance We represent ten of the strongest jTibe Insubaxce Companies in the world We represent the Â¬ BEHETT Company that has the largest capital in the world the Company that has the largest paid up capital in the world the Company that has the largest assets in the world the only Company m the world that pays its losses without dis- Â¬ count and does not make you agree in its policy to wait sixty days after a fire to get your money All Companies charge the same line rate then had DRY GOODS Choice Silks Henriettas Serges Why not Insure in the Best Insure your house and contents and sleep soundly it will be too lato after you are burned out Oar Companies have over 40 000000 capital and over 100 000000 assets viz Liverpool London Giafee Assets M planted by Xnclont Designs Of course different women take to different kinds of work according to jthe motive power that impels them but it is observed that the majority devote time to ornamental articles for the home rather than to those for per Â¬ sonal adornment Linen still holds J the popularity which it attained some years Uo as a ground work for elabo- - i rate embroidery and with very good reason for nothing lasts so well and will therefore so well reward the worker Drawn work is losing noth Â¬ ing in favor notwithstanding the hue and cry that has been raised as to its Injury to the eyes With very fine work this objection will doubtless hold good but it is certain that the majority of the work The attention of the ladies is especially called to out superior idono is no more trying than any other kind of needle work and that the best of Dress Goods embracing the most fashionable Fabrics to be effects are not gained by the finest work Indeed quite coarse linen with deftly executed simplo pattern is in New York r ipreferred for nearly all household uses -toilet and table covers napery and -I the like Drawn work strips alternat ed with strips Of India silks make pretty chair and sofa backs sash cur-Â¬ 1 1CR00KB OmiTentlonal Embroidery Patterns Sop URMSTOH l De Boges Cashmeres c c Commercial Union GwanWan 40976673 34476165 20603324 Lace Elounces of all kinds Lancashire Qjteea Hartford German FiremaasFund National Total Hee So6iiS3 S86o4 7289585 6050025 White Goods in great quantity We bavein Laces Ribbons Collars OuIFs 2iSl25 2flo6fisj 119121514 2187173 Handkerchiefs Gloves and Parasols all that can be desired Merchant Tailorim ADRUFF Freud WATCHMAKEBJEWELER DEALER IN Watefoes apriS 9m With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the best New York school of art and design in gents garments experienced in the best houses of that city and versed in every detail of the business aided by on elaborate stock of English ana American Sitings TROUSERINGS and VESTXIffGS We are putting forth suits equal to the best made in this country Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us Clocks Jewelry Silver and PJated ware etc Special attention given to GEMS FUJnSHING Cuffs Collars GOODS laundried and SEEING DIAMONDS Neck Wear Handkerchiefs Shirts AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES unlaundried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc REPAIRING rrwj4Iy Cash done and In a workmanlike manner WALL PAPERS in great quantity and variety elegant embossed gilt from Paid for Old Gold and Silver next door Ky the cheapest to the mos t theDont forget the place to Post office Ricbmond ianA lt tains etc Another kind of work very much liked for napery as well as ornamental artioles Is the Queen Anno darned sired One advantage in keeping tho soil work which possesses the added at Itraction of being very quickly execut loose is that when a shower comes no cd jChis embroidery is done by tak mattor how hard tho water does not ing the stitches irregularly or by leav run off but goes down into the soil the soil bo ing an equal number of threads with whereas if the surface of will run off those on the needle in the alternate hard some of tho water Hence culti- Â¬ irows The stUches are also sometimes during a heavy shower vation not only protects the plants takon diagonally or in hexagonal form cither of which will produco during a dry season but enables the good results Sometimes the design soil to absorb a larger proportion of is merely outlined and the entire water when rain falls Damp floors are an evil In any background filled with darning stitches dairy as damp always tends very or the design may be darned and the background left plain The latter how- Â¬ much to the development and increase ever only looks well when the pattern of organic germs those germs floatingÂ¬ incovers the greater part of the material in tho air by thousands although visible to the naked eye attack tho Whon the pattern is darned in it is freIn and quently outlined with a contrasting milk directly it is brought finding in it such a suitable medium shade Darned work is very durable if wash silks or the elegant new flax for development cause the sourness Dairy threads are used in its execuion but fermentation and putrefaction World to work with non washable silk upon All varieties of beets may bo readi- Â¬ linen is a pure waste of time The old Scandinavian Russian and ly and safoly transplanted whon young German designs are closely crowding if moist weather can be secured in the conventional patterns that have so which to do this work If the plants size a few of Hong hold the ground The taste of aro of large be romovod andtho lower onos should the soil these early European embroiderers ran pressed firmly about the roots when most to the delineation of stags boars It fre- Â¬ cocks and the like introduced into placed in their new position quently happens that the plants como Jbold soroll patterns The brute or the in tho bird is left In relief in the natural tint up very unevenly filled byrow but all transplant of the linen the ground being filled vacancies may be ing withldarning stitches A simple pattern There aro many farmers who con- Â¬ and one which is very effective is a sider it a waste of time to devote any of border of conventionalized oak leaves outlined with green upon unbleached their labor or that of their hired men linen the ground being darned in with to tho beautifying of their farms In russet silks Another pretty design is this they make a grand mistake Sot Â¬ of orange leavos and blossoms where ting asido for the time boing tho fact the outlines are done in chain stitch that the education of the mind in his and the fruit leaves and blossoms children tho farmer who sees no beauty in any thing which does not re- Â¬ filled in with a coarsely wrought ne work This is appropriate only for turn him actual cash for his labor artiolos that are seldom washed Some should remember that a beautiful farm zealous workers have undertaken to brings many a dollar more per acre in tho market than does the one which copy the ancient Nuremberg embroideries which closely resemble pen and may produco just as largo crops but Â¬ ink drawing but it is a serious tax which has a tall fringe of weeds surupon the eyesight and it is not desir rounding it rough fences or hedges able to carry it to any extent on that along tho roadsides never trimmed account The same effect can bo ob Â¬ trees in tho groves and divison lines tained with pen and indelible ink on no flowers in the garden and in short no indications of what are usually linen and at one tenth the labor looked upon as the signs of a prosper- Â¬ Philadelphia Becord ous farmer and a well kept farm THE PRINCES CARDS EARLY AUTUMN STYLES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ifrls a matter of economy as well ns mercy to properly mate horses thai have to work side by side through thoi siege of hard work during the spring and summer All young animals are more easily stunted while they aro dependent upon milk as their principal food than at any other time and for this reason con Â¬ siderable caro should be exorcised to 6eo that a steady growth Is maintained A stunted animal is not desirable to say tho least One method to euro a balky horse Is to take him from the wagon and whirl him rapidly around until he is giddy It requires two men to do this one at tho horses taiL Do not lot him out Hold him to tho smallest possiblo cir cle One dose will often cure him Two doses aro final with tho worst horse that ever rofused to stir A writer in one of the English papers claims that the practice of ringing swine is ono of the principal causes of tho production of dispropor- Â¬ tionately fat pork and that an In- Â¬ dulgence of the animal in its natural desire for digging and rooting is highly beneficial to tho proper de-Â¬ velopment of tho sinews which is very essential In the produce of lean or streaky meat noir so much de-Â¬ Tell Mr Prompter to boy Ham that his cuo will be given soon for tho death scone Is ho ready Boy Yes sin hes just got through JV Y Sun catin a watormolon I love yoo dearl the young man said SomervilU Journal Theres a Offico Boy to Editor female book agent outside sir an a red oyed man what wants to whip do Editor Well show tho editor man what wants to whip tho editor in Life What a remarkable activity in leather said a young market re- Â¬ porter whon the girls father helped Merchant him down tho front stops Traveler Lovers travoling on tho railroad never consider a tunnel a great boro however much it may be ono unless the conductor lights the lamps just before entering it Drakes Magazine Ma what are tho tides Tommy Do they grow liko strawberries Mothor What nonsense Of course the tides do not grow like strawber- Â¬ Well what does tho minister ries mean then when he talks about Texas Siflings stemming the tide Little Chicago Boy Kin yo help Kind Citizen a poor harmless boy I reckon so Are you an orphan Boy Sonny Im wuss nor an orÂ¬ phan Me fadder an mudder is both Jdiworced an married agin an I dont know whose boy I am and am slowly Epoch fergittin me own name No Mr Do Dood I can not She be your wife but I will bo a sister to Aw thanks you Mr De Dood You are the So glad dont you know forty seventh sister and the season isnt half over And Chollie Slim has only got eighteen dont you know Wash- Â¬ Haw haw Good morning ington Critic Some of the papers in tho far West have shown thoir independence of the English language In writing up ac- Â¬ counts of tho elopement of a St Louis editor which took place a few weeks since Already the words eloper olopediary olopee elopordlzed and olopedermlst havo been coined to doscribe the action- Youth Ive got some poetry hero Id like to have you look over Editor Yes sir Have you got your My Youth license with you licenso Editor Yes your poetic Youth license I didnt Editor know I had to havo one Wo never look over any poetry with- Â¬ out first seeing tho poets license Tune Good day I had my picturo takon to day said little Christine I crossed my arms and leaned on a chair and tho picture man put my head in some tongs Why you must have looked like a lump of sugar in sugar tongs Why so I must laughed papa have said Christine delightedly causo the man kept saying What a sweet little girl Religious Becord A hen in Canada scratched up 400 in old coins a few days ago and about the same time an Ohio hen was dissected and found to havo dug up somewhere in her wanderings and swallowed a quantity of gohl dust Thoso facts Indicate that a now career of usefulness and honorable distinc- Â¬ tion is opening up before the humble barnyard fowl Long may sho scratch Chicago Tribune N-n-- THE NEXT SH6S4K WILL OPEX Ob wilt yon be my wife Tbe maiden drooped her modest bead And whispered Bat your lifer Wedflsdai Sept 12 n GORMLEY S3 CO The Prbpibitobv under the supervision el lh Faculti and no rmlns will be spared to make ti Madison County School ik ODXIfZ AMD I all that can be desired Our aim is t0 prepare boja fer College and at it e time give a thorough urwMical elu a lion In those who ean not lake the rFr ular course Hpeetel attention wilU giver to WrKiBjr Composition BKk KeepiiiK and Civil Engineering Attention is ealied to le follon2 communication from one of our ra trons a prominent citizen of the p m munity Mr Bnrnnm stated clearly the methods porssed and tbe character of work dene in Ibis department of tue University RichmoKb K T June iSthiSS Dr L H BLANTON Chancellor of Central Lnier5i My Dtar DetUr Last faI I started my oWet son ther in his twc f U year wkh some rafegmngt as to the w s dom of the step to the Preparatory Depa ment of jour college and dur i second year whkh has just closer r special and critical attentior has been co stantly directed to the conduct of t xa partroent and I wish to bearvor i testimony that he has received patient and thorough insttuctions fr V those in charge and has mcde graLfV progress not alone in the studies pursue but also in mental training and ca ia J for application The system pursued in the departe i is one that trains the pupil to think na logicilly and remember Obsena i -has impressed me with tlw com that few persons or even prjfesio n structors have the aptitud- - to n these educational characteristics up minds of young boys You have 1 fortunate in securino instrtirtnr fr department who are gifted in this re ana 1 earnestly nope mac ineir sen may be secured premanently to the j bovs of this eontmunirv anS thaf t grade of proficiency that new obta - 3 uas department may continue I am very truly yours MAIN STEEET RICHMOND KY janil iy a -- KENTUCKY CE2TTHAL E E BLUE GHR - - SS 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 20th 1SS8 SOUTH BOUND Lvc Covington No 2 Kx Buu 830 No 4 Dally 825 pra ExStm No 6 Catalogue apply to NOUTH BOUND Livingston Berea ltlclimomi Stanford Lancaster No 3 00 am 1035 am 1145 a AR BIRXV IS For further information aU L H BLANTON THREE MORE No I No 5 5 Ciunuxl - Arr I ancaster Arr Stanford Lvc tyiithlanaArr lans- A rr Lexington Lve iarls Arr Winchester Arr Klchinond Lve Richmond Ivc Falmouth - 10C03 11 40 iz 05 am ara a njopm 1235 P am n5o yP Arr Berea Arr La vlugt to- n- 545 pm 510 pra omo pra 305 pm 3 00 pm Lve 93 pra 338 pm Lve pra 43o Pra Arr 1050 pra 510 pm Lve 11 30 pra 6 10 pm Lve 1055 Pm 530 pm Arr 1135 pra fco5 pm Lve 7 10 pm 8j pm Arr Arr 840 pm Lve Lve Lve Lve HC24 Klchmond- - Ktehmond Winchester Pans 7so a IB 810 am xi00 am 130 pm 335 pra 535 am 5 45 650 a ra ticjo HARVEST Lexington 35 3x0 340 406 451 600 Pra Arr Covington Cynthinna Falmouth rans pra pm pra pm pm 740 ara 835 a at tf3 am 35 3P00 ara EXCURSIONS pra TO gco6 10C03 1135 pm am 430 Pi am 535 pm ara cso pm MINNESOTA TTJSSDAT DAKOTA MAYSVILLE BRANCH SOUTH BOUND Lve Jlajivllle Johnson- Carlisle Mlllersbnrg Arr laris Lexington Covington IVIOKTAKA I Scptesaocr 25th VIA TUK ExSau ticoo No Daily No 12 Daily Ex bun 105 x40 334 358 335 ocio 6coo NORTH BOUND No 0 Nolt Daily Dally Ex Hon Ex Sun 635 am 739 am 7 53 a ra am ara 8o a m ara 11 915 35 pra Lve Covington pm Lexington pin lans- pm Arr Mlllerxburg pm CarlUls pm Johnson- pm iluysville 830 ara 857 am 931 am 1015 ara ioljd ara rjS am 3M pra 4 35 pm 520 pra S47 Pra 611 pra P 75 pm 740 St Paul Minneapolis itoba Railway FROM Man- Â¬ ST PAUL and MINNEAPOLIS PATENTS Patents Caveats and Trade Marks procured Rejected Applications ReÂ¬ vived and Prosecuted All business before the U S Patent Office prompt Â¬ ly attended to for moderate fees and no charge made unless Patent is secured Send Jor Inventors Guide may apll8 tf ilium l A VV U1UU1U1 Vlll Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Ky ll Jl JLJJ1IJIJJ v m Story of a Russian Valet Who Took AU Order Literally Now Meesha Mike heros a list of the houses at which you are to call and you must be sure to leave one of my cards at each of them Youll find the cards on my study table Do So spoke Princo G you hoar one of the leaders of society in Mos- Â¬ cow to the liveried servant who bowed before him as he stepped into his car Â¬ New Designs In Traveling Suits Bonnets larnsolg and Ribbons For traveling suits the supply of THE SOLE SURVIVOR riage 9tf FRANKLTN H HOUGH Washington DC WANTED raoaltiK am To The Public BOOTS SHOES AND HATS uaLT It was New Years Day a time when in Russia as in France every one vis Â¬ its his friends and the salutation of S novym godom s novym stchas tiem With the new year new happi nesss Is heard on overy side so the Princo was setting out to call in perÂ¬ son upon a few of his chosen friends whilo sending his footman to leave cards upon the fifty or sixty less inti- Â¬ mate acquaintances whom ho possessed in the fashionable quarter of the town and Active Men to Reliable ica House dunue tbetravel for summer Money Bs wcurlty preferred A greatadvanced MMwUily to pay expenses chance I Stale age busliiexs for the right men save ezpeiKoee aud 10 time better send mmbcs and address of references So atten ttoa paid to postal cards Jfever mind about MBdfne stamp for reply Address BUSI- Â¬ ol- NESS Box 11 Richmond Va km ivilii Those who can famish a horse ami w LLACE PEERLESS LEADS THE T0BLD i BICES Goods I i in OoM for Oi cral Snperiority ntiu cuiiuti In ISL1 LzMMtiou after luuuw au 1 txiert test Have just gotten in an immense stock of Fall--and--Winter-- CONSISTING OF ALL GRADES Peerless Engines Engines Gciser iriiiMia and Traction and Portable Domestic and Creamery The Steam Gang Plows Tlireshcr and Cleaner Talent Variable Frio tion Teed Fat Dogs 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 best makes of custom goods and want a share of your patronage if prices are a condition PRICKS went laughing unrestrainedly G looked after him in blank be Â¬ wilderment but ho was still more per- Â¬ plexed about half an hour later when a stout bald red faced man in tho rich uniform of a government officer came and said sternly what I havo done that you should in-Â¬ sult me in this unwarrantable way You shall hear from me to morrow And he passed on foaming with rage Are they all mad muttered tho amazed Prince What on earth can I have done But tho explanation came only too soon Just as he reached his own door again up came the footman whom ho had sent round with his visiting cards and said with a respectful bow Tvo left all the cards your Brightness ex-Â¬ cept the ace of spades and tho queen of diamonds Yakov Andreievitch lackey bowing again and the master drojve away Two hours later a dashing young officer of the Imperial Guard reined up s carriage his horse beside Prince G as it passed him and said in a voice tremulous with laughter Oh Yakov Andreievitch James son of Andrew that was a splendid idea of yours Itll be all over the town to morrow Tm sure I havent had such a laugh since I dont know when And off he I hear your Brightness said the fabrics comprises nothing bettor than checked suitings with bits of lustrous coloring woven in among the miniature Newest designs 6how cross blocks bars gray blue russet mmUic hunters green eta with dashes of flame color red amaranth or brass yellow and dull gold Tho handsomest traveling drosses are mixtures of silk with wool with a little brilliant color for relief Some gauzy fabrics show the exquisite tea colors that were worn by tho last generation tho absinthe shade and tho tint of the katydids wing also the blue shades soen in Satsuma ware Plain old fashioned canvas grenadine is again in favor and is made up with moire with many garnitures of lace and ribbon For laco trimmed dresses the sur-Â¬ plice neck is now mode extremely low and the interval has a filling of figured net or the lace ruffles lap and are fastened hero and there with pins havÂ¬ ing jeweled fanciful hoads The square diamond and lyre shaped necks which wore in favor last season ap Â¬ pear now only with toilets of formal J character I dont know 1pSSS--JMeat y a jo-- sset s noricsiia can uuiuc tnch2l iy Respectfully WALLACE BICE faaprered nod cheapest Saw JIfll on tbe Marin Bead for catalogue to the GEISEPw MANUFACTURING CO vtsssaiae mimm e pa We vast ageat aad invite correspaadenoo apr3 6m D P ARMEB Palace Steam ens Summer Tours ACKINAC Low Rates Ttfwe Trips per Week Sctmea 7JWA fJ I 5 THE MAIN STREET Then the poor Princo understood it nil This model servant of his had loft playing cards upon his frionds by mistake Harpers Magazine m m Infection from Old Books A good deal of discussion having taken place in England on the subject of the spread of infectious diseases by means of the books in circulating libraries tho Dresden municipal au- Â¬ thorities have had a thorough experi- Â¬ mental Investigation of this question Is the place to go If you want anything in DETROIT MACKINAC ISLAND Diamonds Watches Clocks Jewelry Fine Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas Gold Headed Canes a Spedal Baaday Tilpa dsrlc Jnly mad Aacno OUR ILLUSTRATED PAMPHLETS Sates aal Smnlim Ticket will be ftnnlihed byyosrZieket Aceat or juldraw E B WHITCOMB Gon Pam Attn Deirolt CleTelasd Sleaa Haiigatlsn Co OCTHOIT MICH DETROIT AND Si cuir 0Unrt Bow iliitn Sty Srery Week y Setreea CLEVELAND Fine Razors Fine Pocket Knives apr2r1 m Domestic Sewing Macliincs -- GALT - HOUSE BRIHC IN YOUR AND ALL KINDS OF LOUISVILLE KY The Largest and Efnest Botel in the city SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES Rates25o to 4 Per Day Old Gold itorthe and SILVER and get new goods for According to rooms TurKsh and Russian Baths in HoteL oct261y oja is as conducted A number a much used volumes from the town library wero itaken for the purpose Tho dust from tbe leaves and covers was sown in nutrient meda and cultures reaijed the resulfbelnJthjLt no mlcrobeVbe--longin- g to infecuotfcdiseasea koro found the dust bolng flvfafit noihlng but ordinary dust of a harm leJfchar aoter Again tho dirtiest leaves in the books wero tubbed first J with the dry finger and then with thb wet finger In tho first case scarcely any microbes wero found on the finger in the second case plenty were found but all appeared to be of a non infectious character Especially is it noted that there were no tubercle bacilli Lastly books were soaked for two days in spirit containing ten per cent of car- Â¬ bolic acid This treatment destroyed all the bacilli and proved harmless to the volumes The conclusion arrived at was that tho danger of circulating libraries spreading infection is very slight but a recommendation Is given to duatbooks well before reading them aad never to wet the finger in the mouth for the purpose of turning over the leaves JS JT Post Bonnots composed entirely of crepe leaves a e fashionable for midsummer One exhibits loaves which shade from dead leaf tan color to brown the gar Â¬ niture consisting of brown ostrich tips curling over the brim so as to touch the hair with an aigrette at tho side Flower bonnets seon this month have the crown of any fancy straw or crepe while the brim is composed of any ono kind of flower such as poppies moss roses or fine blossoms Black lace bonnets are associated with brilliant colorings as for in-Â¬ stance with green red or imperial yellow with rosettes of flower petals or largo and showy blossoms Gold lace is also used in combinations with black lace bonnets Plain black tullo is again used and is seen in puffed shirred and plaited dispositions with or without strings and a wreath jof fine flowers in some one color such as laurel pink cowslip yeJow moss green or heliotrope Faille ribbons either striped with white or several shades of one color or narrow white and gold stripe aro much admired and may be considered the real noveltios of the season Plain Pokin ribbons alternate with silk and satin stripos while shaded ribbons aro plain at ono edge and shaded at tho other and light otamine ribbons show Low plain and openwork stripes crowned hats aro tho rule but as tho trimming is pilod up so high on the top of them the gonoral outline is but little changed Fashionable ladles abroad aro carry Â¬ ing parasols with long directoiro handlos Tho very latest parasol covers aro of cropo or soft silk and smooked to tho very top whllo tho edges fall loose and free Coral red high heeled and pointed toed shoes are chosen to accompany gowns of both black and white laee ToUdo Blade New Use for Linseed Linseed is recommended as a substi- Â¬ tute for gum arabic The seeds are first boiled with water for an hour tho resulting thick mass filtered and then f treated with twice its volume of ninety por cent spirits of wine A flocculent whito precipitate separates from which the dilute spirit can be readily decant Â¬ ed A yield of ton per cent of dried gummi Unl on the weight of the seeds taken is obtained The gum forms a clear gray brown fragile mass which dissolves in water without taste or smell similarly to gum arable Two grammes are sufficient to form an emulsion with thirty grammes of oil which resembles the emulsion formed with gum arabio both in taste and ap He Slakes a Bold Statement and Italns Ills Bright Prospects There might havo been fifty of us in tho waiting room at the Erio railway depot at Buffalo when a young man dressed as a sailor and having a serious cast of countenance entered and began to solicit alms on the strength of having been wrecked and losing his all Indeed he came near losing his life being the sole survivor of a crew Quarters and halves t6f eight men wero chipped in with bountiful hand but before I chipped I felt it my duty to inquire What wreck was this Schooner Blazing Star sir ho re Â¬ plied That just liko some folks ox claimed a very pompous llttlo man with a very high collar on They cant part with a nicklo without want Â¬ ing to know all about It When did tho wreck occur I asked of the sailor Ten days ago It makes a heap of difference whether it occurred ton or elovon or nine days ago sneered pomposity as he walked around On what lake I continued Lake Lake Erie sir Donfryou want to know tho exact spot to a foot sneered pomposity raising his voice so as to get a crowd aroudd Whore was your schooner bound From from Cleveland to to Pitts- Â¬ burgh answered tho sailor as ho shifted about Are you sure Of courso I am Hear him shouted pomposity In order to save a quarter ho wants to make out that the poor man is a AT RATES 32 leaves Covington at 830 a m ar- Â¬ this train runs through to Richmond Ky rives Falmouth 1030 a m Sunday others are daily except Sunday only Direct connection is made at Winchester No 31 Ieaes Falmouth at 430 p m ar Â¬ with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Sterling Ashland Huntington Charleston W Va rives Coington 630 p m Sunday and Eastern Cities LES5THA2COXE CENT PER MILE only FAST LINE Nos 3 and 4 run via Win No round trip rate beiug more t an No 15 leaves Lexington 715 p m ar- Â¬ chesterSolld Trains with Pullman Sleeplng Cars between Cincinnati and Hlcbraond Va TWENTY DOLLARS rives Paris 755 p m uic and Winchester and Washington D C HEUXA No 8 leaves Covington 520 p m ar- Â¬ Through Tickets and Basgage Checked to UREAT FALLS mjlTE MONTANA-rives Falmouth 720 p m any destination reached by a railroad Persons desiring to take a trp No 7 leaes Falmouth 550 a m arrives For full particulars address or call on any agent of the Company or through Northern Minnesota Da ta Covington 750- - a m or montana for the purpose of Iook nz S F B MORSE Daily Except Sunday E TT BACON Uen Fassr Agt Trav Passr Ag-tCovington Ky Lexington Ky over the country or with the iJeacf Note No 3 Daily between Richmond Lexington and Covington H E HUNTINGTON FBCARRAgt selecting a new home within ihe Richmond Ky Genl Manager No 4 Daily between Covington Lex boundaries of GRANDEM the ngton and Winchester On Saturdays General Offices Covington Ky No CHEAPER THAN EVER BEFORE ir 1 QUEEN AUTO CEESCEFT HOTJTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE IiLNE TO WHEAT BELT IN THE WORLD aud an agricultural country suilaua for diversified farming dairy aull stock purposes will do well to take advantage of these rates PALACE SLKBFLNQ AND BE FFET AES FRBE COLONIST SLEEEKS C New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the For maps and information anly your Lome ticket agent to any ageLtj of the company or F I WHITNEY 8- tl - Genl Pass Tkt Ae St Paul Mi nJ Pricipal Points SoM East anfl SonflYos t Bloc Grass Seed For k CLAY 13 V THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC the important Cities of the Bontlj without change Eight hundred bushels of COAST- - Seed that will sprout for Blue aIn sale seed with It cents per bushel cash No forelsn with Morning and Night Trains SnTanSBak e and Lexington all of Cars to nearly CASSICS 31 White Hall Ky 1883 RUNNING THItOUGH CARS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IN TWENTY EIGHT HOURS Travelers have a choice of two kinds of Sleeping Car on Cunninl 1AU UCO QUEEN AND CUEHCENT KOUTE Manns Elegant Bon O0UlUl dolr Buffet Car and Pullmans Finest Palace Buffet Sleeper State Koom Pattern Only T lTin Vnflnn CBSES WHiBE Beet Cough 8 jrnp Tastes gxxL Cso va ume aula Inonmuts All USt WIS Nearly AU the Leading Railroads akdomSI Efite passengers holding tickets via tills line aro Grand Central Union Depot In Cincinnati therefore saved transfer across the City and are assured a Journey attended with spee comfort and convenience KMEJi5IMSftrj Trarel via- - Queen and Crescent liar The sailor slid out without waiting for any more contributions and I asked pomposity to stop asido with mo Why cion of course ho replied General Offices St Pant Building West Fourth St Cincinnati Ohio D G EDWARDS JOHN C GAULT Acting General Passenger Agent General Manager R X RYAN R CARROLL General Freight Agent General Superintendent 1 27 J QU1NLAN General Advertising Agent MrE Uae oi I believe Pisos Cure for Consumption saved A H Doweix tot life Enquirer IMen Editor ton N April 23 1S37 a though a man who wont chip in to charity is always an object of suspi- Â¬ GROCERY Oli UPPER STREET Where aid ho say the schooner was bound I quorrled as wo walked away From Cleveland to Pittsburg sir Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands of Are you sure of it Roasted Coffee Of courso I am Pure Eio Combination of Rio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocha Well tell mo how much dry land Pure Private Plantation Java Pure Arabian Mocha aud Genuine sho would havo to sail over He stopped dead still opened his Male Berry Java These goods are alLkept in air tight tin cans mouth rolled his eyes and removed his New aud fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and hat Tho case slowly dawned upon qualities him and as ho grasped thq facts he seemed to wilt away like a cabbage leaf Whon he could wilt no further he pleadingly said Kick mo hard Kick with both feet Queensware Glassware Woodenwrc at once Kick mo all tho afternoon and far into night and if there is any thing left of mo when you get through sell it for old junk and make the price very Canned Goods siiajh as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches Etc lowl Detroit Free Press Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs J M A Higgins Midi PISO The best Couch Medi cine is Pisos Curt fob ConsxraPTioN Children take it without objection By all druggists 23c LHHhS EestCoogi Sjrap Tastes good Use iatese SoMbrdrDzsts WHtHt 111 USh tllS mar7 Iy STAPLE FANCY GROCERIES lu its IX 1 s si 4 si ft1 7T 4 r U M WMirirfaaSg -- m-j ti ia 17 it 11 1 r IMS t a as- - soon 1 Btoaiaaai sstansiasL -I j JJ el 7 9 list IS 14 Ull stM R lil 9t 1113 BUIHI H921 Tl MJ72I op Mn u ivii 12 1y Ap3 A Monster of the Deep auglO 1 y 32T Wife at tho seashore Charlie what monsters tho rolling deep must contain Husband Thousands of em darl- Â¬ sKunrco 11I4S m i J ITTilTai fct - S1 IFH T otiaunsniti H1H4 17 SUM n lull M3s 3M S 1 K Cl - ing SEOHLErt J CO PAia m 1211 wuiiriahtt S ftMitiinfi ML A 11 - 1 1 -- U MX K f7 13 v 21 22 li JS HBfJ clpxzui stock 200000 Ilf O I l fefcl 3 I MMU C H17 1 11 45e 0 II - You havo sailed did you over see any of them Yes rseoonenow Goodness Where Right In front of you Why I see nothing there but my mother battling n Lincoln Journal A story comes from tho Indian Territory whloh is to tho offect that during the recent eclipse of the moon several thousand Comanohes Klowas Cheyennes Arapahoes aad Delnwares near Muskogee got out tbeir guns and fired volley after volley at the mon Â¬ ster which- - they thought they saw in the sky When tho eclipse was over they set up whoops of joy proclaiming that they had won a great victory ua 1 C5 S3 G3 BUILDER AND SLVMreMCTCRERS OF Business and Pleasure Vehicles mi Premiers EEND FOB CATjSJCOGXTE IO-3- S- pearance N YPost Scte Users of Setters tafwvgi Fsrfctira Fiftb Wisel Alt Worli Guaranteed a Seprtenttil The undtwrfgned would respectful noumJeto these contemplating bu1 prepared to cot tract tor that BmtDUWe OF BVSRY I1ESCRjIT3 Satfefectfcm guaranteed Sctimatisnuin fnx of r iar2C ty ftfmittirY An 1 iinMnn iTnn f- aprjitf Cwtractors and BwMei nn - a fthort fClJir irrl a v- -- ait Jti tsjft - JJs