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M 91- - e3aprc VOLUME - L I I J 1 I If 3J333S3 L II Best Cous i Cure KICHMbM MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 14 1888 rnt ShoWs through UMBER 22 GENTRY PROFEIONAXjOADS DR A WILKES SMITH Cental Practice Limited OFFICE Offce hours 400P M to Dentistry M Smith BuHdtogMain Street 900 to 1200 jC22 tf JD ieo to J C MORGAN D S taTOFFKE Main street over Mndi on National Bank Ittobraond Ky june 22 tf PHYSICIAN AN- D- SURGEON OFFICE Second street next to june22tf Whites Dreg Store dr j m poyntz G W EVANS M D AND BURGEON PHYSICIAN OFFICE Second street junr22tf DRS TAYLOR ASHE Practitioners in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second utreetover Dykes grocery Store juue22t DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luxons Up Stairs Rtridener at Willis House nine 22 tf DR PHIL ROBERTS jil27 ly Strvt Richmond Ky Offer III profeeionfil services to the public Office i tlntr store oiilnuer Main DR U C AMBROSE FORD ternoon Office hours 2 to 4 jump 22 KY oclock in the af M D Â¬ tf W T SEXSMITII rilYSICIAN AND SURGEON WHITE HALL KY Oners hit professional services to the pubni aug17 M C ir Hkatic J F Coknelison HEATH COKNELISON Practicing Physicinue - RirHMOND oftVr KENTUCKY Iheir professional service to lie public 4Jnly DR i uutic GILES HARRIS WACO KYj erviees to the Jait4u Oilers his professional DR S M LETCHER 1HYSIcrAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on First Street janly H W BRIGHT M D PHYSICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY OFFICE Second street next door to hiteVDiug Store HKciHl atteniIonglven to Microscop Â¬ ical aud liemicHl examinations of auil fluids of the human body tK-iit- -i 22jtinetf DR C S HOLTON Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Richmond Kentucky Office Mam Street over D M Office hours 830 to 1100 A M 4 Brfghts 2 00 to 00P M Special attention given to disci es of women and all difficult chronic cases Patients treated at a distance and Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad- Â¬ dress mayiG iy DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 61 51 Surgery RED HOUSE KY DR T J FAIN UNION glTY KY Oilers his professional services to JliIIic Oflice at Powells store the T J MARLIN V S Ontario Veterinary Colleger VETERINARY SURGEON Offlce at Foxs Stable RICHMOND - - KENTUCKY PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law RICHMOND KY Special attention given to abstracting titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky Office in Climax building B E Comer Main and Second Streets up stairs June 22 tf Attorney at Law i J A SULLIVAN E T BURNAM RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE with V A R Bur nm on First Street June 22 tt Attorney at Law RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE nil Firi t street same as lormerly occupied bv County Judee Miller oet6 ly C S Attorney at A POWELL EaaWj RICHMOND KY Oflice on Second Street June 22 tf Attorney at laaw practice adjoining Will in Madison and counties aim In the Court of Aptenl Oflice in Master Commissioners into over Circuit Clerks office June 22 tf J REED W S MOBERLEY Attorney at Law RICHMOND KY Offlce corner Main and P tUtirs over Bamsoysi Find slreels 1- - j obliged to omploy 100 men for killing j SECRETS OF THE TOILET MINERAL WATERS LEARNING MANNERS COLORED LIGHTS rabbits aloncand as a result land that I IHffbrenco Between the Natural and Haw to increase and Diminish JJIeah and Hints From a Chemist as to How to Pro How an Old Time Schoolmaster Taught a few years ago was worth 50 an aero Keep Hair in Curt Artificially Prodaced Article Ktlquette to Bis Scholars dace Thotn For all diseases of the Throat ami The greater part of these wators In is now only worth 4 It is unpardonable for a woman to Wo will give recipes for ton or The father of Alexander H Stephens Lungs no remedy is so safe speedy aBd I have found a way by which I can neglect her personal appearance It twelve different colors tho effocta ot was a Georgia schoolmaster and as their natural stato and nil of tho sertain as Ayers Chorry TcctoraL s3E33sr-2TJos-3rr An indispensable family medicine Lio3Bc-ivro-Krrtanufactured wutors aro more or less keep the rabbits down and make money is a duty which she owes to herself as which aro very brilliant and pretty will bo seen by tho following extract I find Ayers Ciwrry Tectoral an highly cnargod with carbonic acid gas by it but of course every ranch man well as to others and is quite apart Tho salts which aro named should be from hl9 sons account of him ho beÂ¬ invaluable Tetaedy for eolds coughs wnno soma of tho imported waters re- Â¬ can not do this I have started a rabÂ¬ from vanity She may not bo able to finely powdored and introduced into lieved in teaching some things not and other ailments ot the throat and Â¬ Wo can tho rab-Â¬ mako herself beautiful nor is a made tho exterior flamo of a candle or into contained in tho text books We dare ceive an extra charge of it before thoy bit canning factory lungs M S Eandall 201 Broadway aro packed with a view to increasing bits much the samo way that beef is up effect at all attractive qulto the the wick of a spirit lamp and will not say somo of tho older readers will ba Albany If Y principal market a neat ineir I tare Itsed Ayers Cherry Pectoral And permanency anb their brilliancy f canned here and ourpresent I am can contrary but produces cleanly orderly fail to givo the colors as stated Murl Â¬ ready to wish that they could have had figuro always a pleasant im- Â¬ ato of soda common salt will pro- such a master About once a month here I must annriso mv roadora u In tnSand- - AJ tor bronchitis and tlrat wo are in tho bordsr territory be- - nlng 500 000 rabbits a year all of which pression no matter how plain tho face duce yollow muriate of potash palo on a Friday evening after the spelling tween two wairing clans the bianchi are killed oil my ranch and still this may bo Besides every body has some violet muriate of lime brick red mu- Â¬ class had got through their tasks he for which I believe It to bo the greatest andvtho nert of balneology Natural number does not keep tho pest down as goodpolnta which if properly brought riate of strontlo bright crimson mu- Â¬ had an exercise in ceremony which IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY medicine in the world James Miller I put a rab-- forward may detract from the plain- - riate of lithia red muriate of baryta the scholars called learning man mineral waters is the war cry of tha the GovernmenUrcquiroe Caraway N C AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BBBN one artificial mineral waters j8 bit and a half in a can and ut present J ness while tho defects may bo dlmin- - pale apple green muriato of coppor nors My wife had a distressing couch IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 n01 cooealod lQ o I mako thirty seven cente profit on aUahod with pains in tho side and breast We bluish green borax green or either of A thn The oxercise consisted in going 4ammo 0I VTJi IDC lV beauty is a joy forever and wo try to tho above salts may bo mixed with through tho usual form of salutation tried various medicines but none did uwur xiie contest rages ana Will aaan X LU1IAU W1V I0RE IN THIS TOWN TW nm mfHM in Fn her any good until I got a bottle of continue as long as rival Interests nlnnd nt twnlT nnntQ n nniind- - nnTl make our homos attractive Why spirit of wino for red fire To produce on meeting an acquaintance and in- Â¬ Ayers Clieny Pectoral which has cured with beautiful orange colored flame bunl troducing persons to one another1 with clash We keep constantly on hand a lare sock of 3UILDERS HRDWARKsT j considering tho high price of beef It then should wdho out of harmony her A neighbor Mrs Glenn had the The merits of thocaso on cither hand rould bo supposed rabbits- - would be- Â¬ our Betting If wo are bles6odn with spirit of wine or chlorldo of calcium a other occasional variations These all kinds as well as IRON and BLACKbMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATS ineasle8 and the cough was relieved by poods in other I nen that ws may be briefly stated The oppononts come a favorite dish with the poor ol a superabundance of flosh why not at- Â¬ substance obtained by evaporating1 forms wero taught during the week RIAL Aloa LARGE and FULL LINE of al Hinges Bolts the use of Ayers Clierry Tectoral I Ac tor Tofcsscce An active life muriato of limo to dryness To pro- Â¬ and tho pupils proficiency was tested handle Special attention given to furnishing Nails of artificial mlnoral waters claim that England yet the rabbits aro now only tempt its reduction have no hesitation In recommending I Barns We are the agenU for the moot celebrated this medicine the delicacy of the chemical combina- Â¬ purchased by the higher class who with plenty of exorcise frequent Turk Â¬ duce a beautiful emerald green burn Ull kllU UVUU1UU3 S lllll DTOllfllIl UU Robert Horton ForeÂ¬ man JleaeBiffkt MorrHlton Ark ish baths and self restraint in the pleas Â¬ spirit of wino on a littlo powdored tions in a natural water can not be re Â¬ consider them a groat dainty At tno appointed nour on tne rriuay Ayers Clierry Pectoral cured me oi ures of tho table and above all no nitrate of coppor To produce silver ovenlng nt a given signnl books were produced either with accuracy or with How long havo wo been bothered sweetmeats Is not such dlsagrooablo a severe cold which had settled on my a anv degree of certainty in the labora- Â¬ The Housekeeper can find all she want for kitchen or dairy About ten years Rab Â¬ prescription By these moans system- Â¬ fire place upon a pleco of burning char Â¬ laid aside and a recess of a few minutoa lung My wife says the Pectoral help tory Analysis they say very truly with tho rabbit coal a morsol of dried crystals of ni- given Thon all would reassemble and The Farmer can find alt he wants under our rottM achisst ry Tnstx dsaissm her more than any other medicine slK to Australia about atical bits wero brought pursued we may not boootno trate of sliver and it will immediately take seats in rows on opposite benches Hames Hay forks Shovels He can discover all the chemical elements ever used Enos Clark Mt Liberty twenty years ago from England for thin but wo will koop ourselves with that aro present but how in any 6portlng purposes l A pair will usually The Carpenter and Builder can find all he wants Kansas throw out tho most beautiful sparks tho boys on ono side and tha glrla on The Blacksmith and Wood workman cast Sad tie only tamuKU stock saf Jastn in bounds and thoroby not merely given wator aro those acids and bases produce four does and two bucks Tho Improve our appearance but our gen- Â¬ that can bo imagined while the sur- Â¬ tho other Tho boy at the head of the Horse shoes Nails and Wagon Material in the town Cherry Pectoral combined and how con worocombine does breed when two months old and face of the charcoal will bo coated with row would rise and walk toward the all tat CMtaasl We of course cant enumerate all th goods we hassilk but them The chemist can not always thoy havo on an average four litters a eral health and prolong our days for silvor center of the room and the girl at the see for themselves the stock of goods we keep in our 127 foot storeat otanc Tfcsjy vriN rKEPAIlED BY persons afflicted with obesity are rarely dissolve in water tho mineral deposits row would rise and pro- Â¬ find head of her Fill a wino glass with cold water Dr J C Ayer it Co Lowell Mass year You can calculate from this long lived Thoso porsons who are of a spring or river water there aro and you will find BcM by all Druggists lrtccjl six bottles fi that tho statement unablb to attend tho Turkish baths pour lightly upon its surfaco a littlo ceed toward the same spot As they GOODS OF silicates and alumina that will resist ether light It by a slip of papor and it approached the boy would bow and that a pair of rabbits will produce two oven the acids ho employs thoy is not million in two years is not so prepos- Â¬ may extemporize a good one at homo will burn for somo tim It the girl drop a courtesy and 43 Seat yourself undressed on acono-seat-o- d We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our buniuerr and only entplsw possible in many cases to reproduco terous as It To produce a pretty roso colorod would then pass on at first appears I brought Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic hiiwVuT chair undor whloh is placed a flamo upon water drop a globulo of natures combinations In the artificial a man over from South America just At other times they were taught to most competent workmen give special attention to all work done in that line ROOFING GUTTERING RE saucer containing a little lighted alco-Â¬ potassium into a small cup nearly full stop and exchange verbal salutations waters aud for other reasons than as lie has done in the past before I left and ho firmly bellovcs hol and wrap chair and all in blankets PAIRING Â¬ those that I havo given We can not that tho South American skunk would Perspiration will bo freely induced of water containing a drop or two of and the usual formulas of polite inOur long experience in our business enables us to be well up in it in the way of know tho order In which tho Ingre get strong nitric acid The moment that quiry after which they retired and markets and bujihg our good strictly for cash enables us to bur at the bottom priced rid of tho rabbits Anyway tho dients were drawn from tho channels Australian Government offers a reward and tho process should bo kopt up for tho metal touches the liquid it will wore followed by the next pair Dont forget that you can always find the and that benefit we give to our customers of the living rock nor the degrees of of 100000 for tho best plan for their a qunrtor of an hour followed by a float upon tho surfaco enveloped with These exercises were varied by meet- Â¬ lowest prices and the best goods at the old reliable h juse of tepid bath and good sleop This is pressuro and of heat that wero re- Â¬ ings in an imaginary parlor the on Waller Harry extermination in excelontalso forarheumatism neuralgia a beautiful rose colored flamo SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO- quired tor their delicate commingling Pour Into a sauoer a littlo sulphuric tranco introduction and reception of Philadelphia Press and colds Â¬ tf In a word art is not nature and you mchi acid and placo upon It a chip of so- Â¬ visitors with practice In commonIn ploco of the Turkish bath sea dium which will float and remain un- Â¬ place chat to use his own phrase can no more roproduce tho subtle JAPANESE EEL DINNER Rffl bathing is oxcelent or a bath in tho earned but by adding a drop of water suited to tho supposed occasion Then potency of a fine mineral water than Fish Fresh from the Tank In Soup Ilroll morning into which two or throe hand- - it will immediately bo set on fire you can manufacture a fine wino came tho ceremony of indications anil Fry fuls of rock salt havo been placed over What is the rejoinder to this on Iho Put thirty grains of phosphorus into The parties in this case would Walk Life fe MoUur feGfcild recent anniversary 3ancer cf Wo celebrated a night to dissolve Tho porson must from opposite sides of the room in part of the advocates of artificial min- Â¬ day by an ool dinner nt a famous ocl thon be well rubbed down with a coarso a bottle which contains throo or four pairs and upon meeting after the eral wators V ounces of wator Placo tho vessel over RrcULAfopCo VRpAnrttio x They 6iiy that while tho argument I house While wo wore taking off our towel of the two agreed lamp and give it a boiling heat salutations For porsons nt the other extreme a 21 24 havo just given is good chemistry it shoes at the doorway wo could look Balls of fire will soon be seen to issue upon would commence making known does not bold good of imported min- Â¬ through a latticed partition into tho and suffering from a lack of flesh the from the water after the manner of an to each other tho friends accompany kitchen and see the cook with murder- remedy is more difficult and wo can ing them the boy saying Allow me is knife In hand making only recommend a quiet regular life artificial firo work attended by tho Mis Mary to present to you my friend tIZ eral waters it at true only of mineral ous-looking waters takon source their natural most beautiful coruscation N YMail wore moderate oxerciso light work and a Air Smith Mr Smith Miss Jones while Tor the homo consumer it is not choice of his living victims that and Express bowknots in AT McKEES OLD STAND The Original Wins Whereupon after Miss Mary had a question of waters as they are at their looping themselves into ono wishes ho carelul avoidance as far as may bo of C- - Simmons St Louis tanks of fresh wator If Propr all tho excitements and worries of life source spoken to Mr Smith she would in turn Pictures in the Home The mineral waters of tho Is M A Simmons Liver MedicincEstd always jjrivlleged to select his own Plonty of good nutritious food consist- Â¬ lSiO in the If R rnirr nvLPve r market aro more or lead changod by introduce her friends Richmond Main Cor llZtihn Propr A Qbmmons Liv al- Â¬ A room with pictures in it and a ing of meat vegetables and sweots exportation and handling and in many cols from tho tanks at oel houses These exercises trivial as the de-Â¬ er Jicgiiiaior nsrd Dj Zcilm ibos though tho first ono that could bo with a glass of milk night and morn room without pictures differ by nearly scription may seem were of great use i a a a 11 na ior 47 yean cases they are purposely medicated as aired Indigestion IIiliglsness oortainly to answer quite ing will aid to increase flosh as much as a room with windows and a to raw country boys Dtspkpsiaick KeadacheLost by the addition of salts or a carbonic caught ought and girls remov Â¬ ArriTiTE Soik Stomach Etc Many pooplo either comb their hair room without windows Nothln g wo ing their awkwardness and consequent acid gas All wators begin to dopro as well Iter T B Reams 1astor M K When wo rcachod the largo upper back from the faco in summer or think is more melancholy particular- Â¬ shyness and nurcn ziaams lena writes ciate as soon as they aro moved from the painful sense of being I room squaro silk cushions in lieu of uiiu nouia nave ocen dead but JJL bang it though both stylos aro ex Â¬ ly to a porson who has to pass much nt a disadvantage or the dread of ap tho spring writes an importer not a lor your oenuine M A Swn In his room than blank walls and roons Lh er Medicine Ihitc manufacturer of mineral wators Now chairs wero ranged round threo sides ceedingly trying to most faces and time pearing ridiculous They were de-Â¬ sometimes had to suhsmate was left when remonstrated with excuso CrTM I which Is the hotter say tho chem- Â¬ of the room Tho fourth sido It not nothing on them for pictures aro loop- Â¬ lighted in by the scholars especially Zeilin stulf far vnnf VfiuU open for tho passing of tho pretty on the score of lazinoss but on tho holes of escape to tho soul leading It by ISHITaj aae but doDt answer the ists a wator that has boon freighted the larger boys and girls some as a stage ploa of their inability to koop their to other scenes and other spheres It whom wore nearly or quite grown of Dr I R-- Clrav9 T7JAr Tt perhaps threo thousand milos and waitresses to and fro nnd for tho performance of the two doll hnlr looking nice an hour after they Is such an inexpressible relief to a perÂ¬ Matfist Memphis Tcnn av Frequently when the weather was kept in stock for months undergoing received a Dackape of uwr Ti f r Â¬ Medicine and have used half of it unknown changes all the time or a like geishas who sat demurely in an hove taken it out and any thing thoy son engaged in writing or even readfine ptrents and neighbors would come on looking up not to have his It works like a charts 1 want no fresh artificial water of definitely outer room awaiting our arrival The say is bettor than going about In curl- Â¬ ing to the school house on these Friday belter Liver Ketrulator aad cer Â¬ tainly no more of Zeilins mixture docs And they lino of vision chopped squaro off by an evenings to witness the ceremonies known constitution The chemist does feast began with a soup or stow papers as find his soul FUBH1SH1HG GOODS not claim to reproduce all of tho for- Â¬ of cols tho bottom of tho bowl aro right A lady completes her odious white wall but to When such visits were expected the GEHTS eign or domestic mineral waters but being filled with a dehcato white curd toilet before leaving her room and an escaping as it were through the framo girls would drefes a little more smartly of tho dish being as uncombed head is as bad as an un- Â¬ of an exquisite picture beautiful and such only as can bo uniformly and cer- Â¬ and tho flavor than usual and the boys would fix gas mild and evasive as flaxseed tea washed face No self respecting wom- Â¬ porhaps idyllic scenes where the thomselves up at the spring washing Carbonic acid tainly reproduced Â¬ revel moment liko a cols skoworod the salts of lime tho chloride of so- Â¬ Broiled of floundor and out flatly top of an will appear at tho broakfast table in fancy for adelighted may wintor re combing and giving an ornamental Is it in laid on curl pnpers but it is not necessary to freshed and dium alkalies and other loading in- Â¬ section adjustment popularly called a roach Before putting yourworld Porhaps It Is summer in to their hair and the conversation of gredients of the most valuable waters steaming rice next tempted us and sacrifice your curls wo did up your hair in papers moisten it with the picture What a charming aro easily and accurately combinablo inspired by fiorco appotitos And surpassing politeness and elegance Â¬ chop- Â¬ bandoline and in tho morning on re-Â¬ momentary rhsff asH wstrcat in the laboratory Such products it is skillful and heroic work with tho Youths Com was extremely amusing sticks Tho plain broiled bits aro moving tho papors powdor tho curls thus pictures aro consolers of loneli- Â¬ claimed are bettor than tho imported panion flattery to tho waters because thoy are freshor and called whlto eols After them came before combing thorn out This pow ness they aro a sweet c to the jaded HE PUT IT PLAIN becauso wo know precisely what thoy black eels or cols dipped In soy before dorlng is always dono by hairdressers soul they aro a relief nnd during broiling Thoy acqulro a and is most effective in absorbing tho mind thoy aro windows to tho im- Â¬ are rich and a most piquant moisture that would destroy the curL prisoned thought they aro books they A Man From Chicago KvplMm Why Ho Is a Chronic Kieker That they aro good tborois no doubt flavorbrown tint by this treatment and tho soy If it is preferred to mako tho bando- Â¬ aro historios and sermons which we A middle agod and fairly dressed Pure carbonic acid water as I havo or bean with which tho Japanoso al- Â¬ can read without tho troublo of turn Â¬ stranger was routed oil a bench in one said is the same thing and equally ways improvo their fish and birds line any ono of tho following recipes ing over tho leaves AT Y Ledger is oxcelent of the Grand Circus porks the other good however produced The artificial might be used in tho samo way in 1 Gum tragncanth ounce rose night at midnight by a policeman lie Vichy and Soltzor are good Though Stylish Directoire Cloaks Japanese soy is tho water 1 pint glycerine 5 drops Mix other countries rubbed his eyes yaw ned and finally tho native waters at tho spring aro bet- Â¬ foundation of Worcestershire sauce Tho Direclolro cloaks arq striking said ter none tho less the artificial waters and is much hotter before it is charged and let it stand somo hours bofore using Oh well I expected it It makes novelties and aro mode up of faced aro xaluable resources for the physi with all tho spices and cayenno that 2 Borax 2 ounco9 gum arable 1 cloth opening over a furvost with high a great difference to Detroit whether I cian and also as I havo 6ald as or-Â¬ convert It into tho English condiment sleep in a deserted park or a deserted dinary bovorages Each has an exoel Omelette Illy bulbs bamboo sprouts drachm hot not boiling water 1 quart rolling collar and short fur rovers ont function Thero is so much truth and dishes of mysterious composition Stir until dissolved when add throe These great coats havo threo coach- Â¬ alley The Popular Line between Stranger queried the officer mens collars deep enough to bo should on both sidos of the question that ono passed in review before us but all the tablcspoonfuls of spirits of camphor Cincinnati 3 Put a pleco of beeswax tho slzo of or capes and largo squaro sido pockYos from Chicago need not quarrel over it Both the im- Â¬ appetites had been broken on tho LAFAYETTE and a walnut into n pint of olivo oil Whon ets- with dcop Young Out of money pro- Â¬ porters and tho manufacturers of min- Â¬ dishes of white eols and black celsand dissolved add a quarter of an ounce of ladles will weargauntlet cuffs Yos thoso long coats madoH eral waters havo room enough and wo toyed with tho latter courses sim- Â¬ You should have stayed home aro supplying good and useful commod- Â¬ ply taking chopstickpractico with tho oil of rosemary and a quarter of an of sago green olothwlth black Porsian Tit LiUrj TnJu Ed intTUl fflthont Ctufe ounce of oil of origamom Couldnt Im a kicker Im look- Â¬ Iamb vest rovors and rolling collar Pullman Sleeping Oars and Elegant Be ities and in what I shall say about shreds and lumps 0lo6e Democrat 4 Pour a tablcspoonful of boiling with tho capes odged with gold braid clininff Choir Cars on Night Trains ing for Utopia I hoped it was here their curative values I shall not stop Uagnlflcent Parlor Cars on Say Trains water on a dozen quinco seeds and re-Â¬ or else dull red or Gobelin bluo cloth but Ive got to travel further to distinguish between the two classes FEATS OF MEMORY ix-lv-X3xpeat when fresh is required This is will be employed with natural seal fur rg asked What do you kick about of them when both are to he had apr 18 tf BETWEEN and copper colored braid For othor tho officer Dr TUus M Coan in Harpers Maga- Men Who Cun Tell Hundreds of Steamers best made a llttlo at a time Discolorations from bruises con be largo cloaks cither tho full round Con Look here replied the man as he by Their Whistles and zine St L ft C Balliriy Bis Four Tla the a To tho ordinary man one steamboat concealed by moistening a little dry nemara cloak or the more neatly fitted took a note book from his pocket and Tandilla Line V There are 10000 baby carriages in whistle is just liko another for all starch or arrowroot and applying It to garments with long sleeves are new MILLIONS OF RABBITS Fallman BnSet Sleeping Cars Pullman RecKnlnp Chair Cars Ncr First Class Coaches Second practical purposes Thero are how the spot A paste consisting of half soft camels hair cloths with stripes Chicago They obstruct the travel of Class Coaches and Bagare Cars all ran through Australia Offer a Rewird of 81O0000 evor hundreds of men living along tho an ounce of cochineal and sufficient in waved linos as gray oloth with 200000 people I kick Am I right without change between Cincinnati and St Louis for Their Kxtermluatlon You are bay who can not only distinguish ono powdered starch to mako it a proper white wave stripes bluo with brown Rocllnlng Chair Cars Elognnt A pair of rabbits will- - produco whistlo from V Every city has a snow ordinance SETWXEK another but can recog- Â¬ consistency can be applied to scars so red or sage groon with black Tho 2000000 rabbits in twoyears in Aus- Â¬ nize tho different ferry boats and many as to conceal them A little white of Persian cloths aro like richly brocadod Only ono resident in one hundred obeys Cincinnati and tralia is a statement that at first of tho tugs by their peculiar whistles egg should be added to render it more silks the wool is so closely twilled and via thi it I clean my walk but every one C I fit-- L A C snd I B A IT Short Line seems incredulous and when Jamo3 One of tho coloring so fine The matelasso elso on tho block leaves his snow 1 the health officers at Quaran adhesive if Y World Rocllnlng Chair Cars Watson of Victoria made it tho other tine told a reporter that ho could tell CommodiousBETWEEN cloaking is very rich with black kick Am I right day to a party of gentlemen they nearly every Accidentally Discharged grounds and cashmere coloring In tho You are transatlantic steamer that Si iipolis PeiriiIlh aad Sohk thought he was jesting Yet it is as entered this port by hor whistle long designs Ostrich feather ruches furs Tho law says tho driver of every American Tourist Ever been in the true as gospoL Mr Wat3on is ono of before she rounded Fort Wadsworth Via SHEUJOH and thick silk cords with passementer- vehiclo shall keep to the right At CIStLft C and TTft WKRds the largest ranch owners In Victoria Very tfow of tiio big ocean steamers States trimmings Harpers Ba least half of them keep to the left O yes I was en Â¬ ies aro tho close and lm Montreal Dude Xt f hlcstro St Lonli aid Tforla Australia having under ffenco alone wnlstlo as they approach tho Quaran- Â¬ ar thus bringing about accidents and in- Â¬ medlate connrctloss are made ulth all Lines to gaged in business in the States for a 30000 acres The problom of how tq ad from the Aorthwtst West and Sonthtrnt juries I kiok Am I right tine station- A Very Nice Present number of years exterminate rabbits is tho greatest ItrcEga Tkleti mi Esrre Cltcti t til rricdpsl Foists You are mav2 tf In the day time this is not necessary Ah In what lino question that confronts tho people of Can be obtained at any Ticket OSce C I SU L A present of a complete train has I know that an umbrella carried on as tho instant a vessel appears off also via thislineatall Coupon Ticket iCRy I wa3 connected with a bonk Australia to day as their entire pros- Â¬ Sandy Hook Offices throughout the country been sent by a recont steamer to Li the shoulder or a cane under the arm that fact is wired to the If it isnt indelicate might I ask perity depends iippo it- - It is in hope Agent It was is dangerous to the public In a crowded JOHN ECANGtalPusudttt tolograph operator who is stationed in you why you severed your connection Hung Chang from Franco t Beware at Frasrf as r cnfcndTATz a that Yankee ingenuity might bo able the little tower standing on iho end of specially made for tho Viceroy of thoroughfare I leave mine at home srestaasaedoa the bottom ot all an aJMfWsal with tho institution to solve this important problem that a ssoes bm teniae the factory Fechihli at Lyons and is composed of Five thousand others carry theirs hav tho dilapidated quarantine dock At Certainly certainly I was er the wearers wstwl Mfh prleea aaj smfcali i are To send us 40 cents Mr Watson now visits America six carriages of which threo aro for ing no respect for the safety of their V L leRls shew IfaitMleraeKrs night it is seldom that tho health off- Â¬ urn accidentally discharged ihtsed ttrlee er aars he aa them You can imngino what a terrible for one of our the Emperor and his chief Ministers pedestrians I kiok Am I sad arlee ssaEafed oa the bottosu pat tssa isvwn as to mako his visit I beg pardon I dont quite under- Â¬ two for tho guards and one for tho fellow plague tho rabbits are said Mj Wat- Â¬ icer is called out airaao right son whon tho Australian Government About tho only exception to the rule stand oaggago This train is to run on the You are are the coastwiso steamers carrying you see thoy didnt know I Why XS THE FINEST AJfD BEST JfM SaflaHiawV is now building a fence of wire netting A tramp steals a loaf of bread from products It was loaded and naturally I went off short railway of six kilometers which whon completed wilf bo 800 fruit or other perishable specially constructed near Pokin fof a bakery and tho law jumps all over milos long and which will divido Now is oxtremoly necossary for them to be without ivarnlng Painful and peculiar tho instruction and edification of tho him A bank official steals 50000 Tho xxaminod and land their cargooa at tho species of accident sir but thoy will young Emporor The carriages it is from South Wales and Queensland the bank and they settle the case Join mo in needless to say havo been preparod in rabbits have not yet made their ap- Â¬ oarliest moment They generally an Â¬ happen they will happen with the stolen money I kick Am I 6 in FARM WRENCHES pearance in Queensland ttnd the fenco nounco their night arrivals by whis- breaking tho necks of a pair of Mumms a luxurious style and bear the im-Â¬ right tling There is really as much differ- before you go Texas Siflings Light Handy and Strong irffl Outwear aad Oat is to prevent them from getting over perial arms of tho dragon N Y You are last two Ordinary Wreaehra ence in tho notes of whistles as there Post I own a vacant lot in a city I must voices In tho tones of human a Mistress and Maid In Court Wo havo tried hundreds of ways to pay for paving in front of it and must some aro pitched high and some low AxExxatcu Some of the Czars Titles get rid of tho rabbits but so far noth- Â¬ somo aro deep and soorous and others pay to keep that pavement in repair Can a mistress of the house enter Household S D Set has boen successful Wo aro only ing for other people to drive over I cant a question of domestic kitchen picrcing This is the Tho Czar of Russia is blessed with a Bneewood BanAe and TMs set consists About tho aro shrill and oar able to check tho increase afford to keep a horse but tha man four interchangeable of UaU S screw driver aad case with the big privilege of the first importance was best moans of doing this is to scatter particularly the of the great steam- Â¬ legally settled a wcok ago through a enough titles to satisfy about twenty who can needs own no land nor pay a 3 chJaebl Muck same all packed ma neat wood mouthed whistles hw everywhere fruit with arsenic over tho ground but ships which have a rango over an suit instituted by a cook against her ordinary people This is his full title paving tax Others must pay for his box TWstool is cotwtanuy at the orftw m the shop oa arouad the ho Alexander Alexandre vitch Emporor ot 1 60 this is very expensive In this way X octavebeginning soft and low grow Â¬ employer Tho cook testified that sho the farm Seat free on receipt roads I kiok Am I right and Autocrat of All the Russios of havo killed COO rabbits with ten Well Ask Your Local Dealer ing higher and louder and flying away did not think that Mrs Fielden had Moscow of Kiev of Vladimir of Nov- Â¬ bushels of sliced apples Then wo thern There is an ordinance which for- Â¬ for them U he has not p the c he wilt get price ari right to go into her kitchen nnd gorod Czar of Kazan Czar of Astraon their first note tther oa iveete ot used phosphate of oats but tho trouble bids one to sleep in this park Thero foryouorwe wtHnend for mtr iwsutraierf eato If I am cook Such a whistle onco heard is not easi- Â¬ pull things about as above Send itauji of Poland Czar of Siberia khan Czar with this is that tho phosphate soon La It is on tho Mississippi said she please go out Mrs Fielden Czar ot Khorsonoss Tanrida Czar of is a State law whloh forbids that saloon loguc loses its effect I think the best method ly forgotten CO wouldnt go so the cook refused to Grusia Gosudor sovereign of Pskov over there to be open at this hour You river though that steamboat whistles in uso is tho ordinary rat trap but all 6hut OKrlSSa Plantswiile Conn It stands nt th head of an enod anrtaax Those Trho these methods are very expensive attain their greatest individuality On work and was discharged that night and Grand Duko of Smolensk Lithu Â¬ seok to enforce the ordinance and Am djwlrfl tA hni the Imit nral iehOflld aeqftlnt tnem I 51 i motii which she hold to be illegal The judgo ania Volynia Padolia and Finland your eyes at the law I kiok The oaly ealr RS SJEAJfUHcl WW selves with the merits of ear tnttnanenu Dost For instance Q TACKS or WAX TBUKIAn t it costs the govern Â¬ tho upper part of the river botween decided in favor of Mrs Fielden hold Â¬ isUa take our word for what we savtjQt fee ad teat our asm Tt IIX Dubuque and St Paul thore are many hart the tVrt easy as a sari Prince of Estfond Livland Kiirland right Instruments If an dealer setU our organs In your ment of Victoria 125000 a year to VitV WTp Right you are old man replied locality write to the taetarr ing that a mistress had a right to go Somigalio Samagltia Beloztol Kure Â¬ At I DOUGLAS 84 SHOB the orlr at The BUYERS OUH3B fa keop tho rabbits down on tho Crown small towns whose only means of com- into her own kitchen welt rSshae Xauah nia SJM may bud sewo the officer and you can not only re- Â¬ and paying fur- Â¬ Â¬ issued March and Sept lia Tver Yougor Perm Viatko Bul sume your nap on thabesoh but herds I iai mails shoes c H - from srsse as govern Â¬ munication with tho world is tho BtrS NCTOTHEB government lands The each year It is aa eaay to othor lOCJIu- Utter CarrKr all irnoB steamboat Thore are only two ther that tho doctrine applied to every garia and others Gosudor sovereign ihem ment pays ten oente a pair for all tho cloncdia of useftil inior-Address MILLER ORCAN CO In aat tSM l quarter to buy your breakfast members of the family and aMe ax a llaaw Sewxd Muc Elation for all who pur and Grand Duko of Novgorod Beloz a rabbits killed on their lands A good lines of passenger steamers plying room in tho house AT Y Sun rvraaTarrawthu the tret Detroit Free Press oinfcwuetrre LEBANON chase the luxuries or the of tho river and WtlOrGLAheJlsMIOrinnrxt led ersk TJdor Abdor Kondta Vitebsk man can make 40 dollars a week kill- Â¬ on that part R t UMio ftr tT pr lee heavy e necessities of Ufa We they do not have to exceed a score of 9 34 nndrulcr of the entire northern land you and furnish you with can olothe rM t T ing rabbits These men uso traps and He Was Used to It MANMaWHOK H the het I for the Position Qualified vessels So frequently are the whistles Gosudor sovereign of the lands of all the necessary and unnecessary roach wsssr- - im lir nzht l iriPMi r one man can work 100 traps appliances to ride wait danee ahsyp boats hoard during tho season of Texan bar-Ivorsk Kartallnski and Kabardiusk Ferocious In the w Is thuert yt Alaw has recontly been passed that forthese landing is preceded by a Mayor You want a positionon tho and of the region of Armenia Heir- - jnder ImStranger I toTheres only eat fish hunt work go to ofaBreh J W I DO 11 r1 73 1 tK IHN every the wolf t e or stay at home and in various aises police force do you Sta se rii t - n ill Itms a cha i oompols the owner of lands to keep styles and quantities Just agora out SrUO and so readily are they dlstln t I wrl thitUn ni Gosudor sovereign and possessor of ono of me and this is my day to howl Applicant Yes sorr t the rabbits down If he should fall to blast lmJyiir l r write lit i what Is required to do all these things qulshed from each other that their hr I D COI AJS the Princedoms of Tchorkassia Mouut- Bar tender oalmly but firmly Do you think you aro perfcotly COMFORTABLY and you eaa gasAeafair do this he is fined 60 for tab first of Â¬ sounds aro carried in tho memory from BKOCKTOX SXAvs and estimate of tho value of tha BUYKSS aln and others llolr Appnrent of Nor-- Well Im the father of triplet qualified for the work 100 for the seoond and upon the KirksatsW Ky Shlosvig HoVstoin every day in the week is their day to GUIDE whioh will be seet upoa JACK FREBSAV way Duko of U Largest and most tawipVeJe stock in fense offense the gevernmant employs season to season without tho slightest Oi do sorr receipt of 10 costs to pay postage third Olden- - howl So yon jest howl away Fm used uur mono oeit men to attend to the rabbits at tho ox difficulty Thero is an editorial writor Central Kentucfey Do you think yqu will have any Stormalanskl Dltmarson and CO MONTGOMERY WARD Goods and Lowest Cooaifctent Prices on one of tho morning dailies of this burg Gosudor of lurkestan etc etc 0 it Ul 114 ZXichigan Avenue Chicago m pen so of the land owner In many in Â¬ city who can strike tho tone of each troublo in keeping awake nighta School Booki at Whites Drug Vor P CARROLL Texas Siflings The wolf retreated No sorr I havo raised a family if stances owners aro compeled to jjivo whistlo on tho piano from memory mxI St near Gamitt House 14 26 77 and 79 W Main St Every day is a little hfo and our Drakes Maaazuu- of tin children Lexikoton Ky jan11 iy up thoir land as the expense Is so and It has been over a year is but a day repeated whole life since he great The owner of 10000 acres is left Minnesota N 7 Telegram SHACKELFORD x uUij Lung Diseases The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricultural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Richmond 7 I Farming Implements and Machinery Ayers 5 THREE FLOORS FULL USEFUL it i TA W 5SiS8i ttaijtav -I- wesammt flSY B First and Streets Ky LJiMfCj5 JijTadLjLtJi JrW TliKS MB 49-4- Umbrellas Walking Canes A superb line of Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Hosier Cravats A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men Indianapolis CHlICiiG soxiip O Call and see my Latest Styles and learn prices Dress Suits Business Suits and all other kinds of suits Underwear in fusion Prices to meet the demands of the times i 1 A Cincinnati I St Louis J3 J Peoria HI Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Shingles Laths Mouldings ka Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky Mongk and Dressed XuniSer B H MYERS We Want You The miuER Organ YOU WANT EliHICS W DOUGLAS I 3 SHOE Pa i rts GBASS AND FIELD SEEDS I I w 1 va M THE CLIMAX PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE Gcifix Printing FRENCH TIPTON WM Co ii WHITE - - Editors rillCE PER YEAR WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER TImj 14 150 1888 colored Republicans had a Â¬ parade orations and general jolli fication yesterday and last night in Richmond Kentucky went about 40000 Democratic The Republicans lost two Congressmen and gained one making the delegation stand 9 to 2 The actors are not all poor Mary Anderson is worth 250000 Joe Jefferson 800000 Mrs Lang- try 00000 Edwin Booth 000000 1- rs In the great city of Louisville and Jefferson county Fisk tlie prohibition candidate for President secured a grand total of twenty five votes F Oockroll and J O Embiy both of Montgomery county are candidates for the State Senate in that district It is a Cockrell fail ing to win erery time they run B Â¬ In the recent election in Bour bon four hundred more votes were polled than ever before recorded in that county That ac counts for a part of Kentuckys Â¬ 40000 majority The public debt is 1137290 086 besides tlie cash in the treasury which is 74601902 The debt was reduced during the month of October 4585619 and since July 1st 28294029 Â¬ The Supreme Court of the United States having decided that the Iowa Prohibition law is constitu tional there is now no necessity for a National Prohibition party If a State wants prohibition it can have it Â¬ Â¬ the new paper published at Danville by Messrs W B Nichols and Joe Moore is a bright news sheet It is Independent in politics Mr Nichols being a Republican and Mr Moore a Democrat Â¬ The Olive Branch ed at a recent term of the Montgomery circuit court for vote sell ing At the recent election he voted again and is now in jail That is a little hard on one man as thousands sell their votes every election Â¬ Â¬ A colored man was disfranchis Â¬ Mr Len Cassell of Jessamine county who is more than eighty years old voted for Cleveland anil TOBACCO ITS CULTURE AND ITS USE Therman the first vote he has cast for thirty five years If the rivj Democrats every where had done Editor of The Climax as well as Kentucky Democrats As suggested iu our last we are now the result would have been a lee to consider the case of the man who tie grain different has lauds of his own If he be a lone man and puts in five SHE OPENED THEIR EYES pbyMoally and mentally He belongs to the nigeel resolute type developed In the days of Clay Webster John Quincy Adams Calhoun and Benton lie was appointed by Abraham Lin Â¬ coln when the Supreme Court was re- Â¬ organized by Congress in 1662 His career is one of great interest He lias lived through a period of remarkable development in this country and has been very conspicuous through bin long career ou the Bench of the Sup- Â¬ reme Court in fcbaping the character of the National Government o far as it lay through the construction of the Constitution and tlie legislation of Con Â¬ gress under it No one has done more in the performance of this delicate and responsible task than this veteran jurist Curing Ills twenty five years on tlie bench there has not been a single cloud upon his reputation He has uot been a speculative judge He will go from tlie bench when he retires with an honored and unblemished name Justice Miller was burn in Richmond Kentucky April 5th 1816 His father was a Pennsylvania German his mother was of good South Carolina stock The first twelve years of his life were spent on a farm His father was a pioneer The elder Miller was never able to give his son more than an education at the aoademy iu Richmond a town at that time of about one thousand inhabitants Young Miller was very proficient in his blud ies He was at the head of all his classes and was especially strong in mathematics and grammar The Judge still retains his love for mathematics The choice of an occupation in life came to him as to most boys who have their own way to make through mere accident Dr Leverill a relative of his mother kept a drug store in Richmond and employed youug Mil ler as a clerk after he left school The only education that Miller received from tlie regular schools was that giv en him at Richmond He never had the advantage of college training al though when he came to study law lie took up the Latin language and mastered it Dr Leverill advised him to become a physician He was three years in the drug store and then he spent two or three years more at the Transylvania Medical School of Ken tucky where hecraduate and receiv ed his diploma He practiced medi cine eight years after this before lie made up his mind to become a lawyer He was thirty years of age and had a wife and two children when he was admitted to the bar He was strongly in favor of emancipation and did much to further that cause and al Â¬ though be took no part in politics the course nf public afTnirs induced him to remove in 1S50 from the slave State of Kentucky to Iowa where lie became a leader of the Republican party He rapidly rose to the position of the lead ing lawyer of the State and as be would never consent to accept offico he was extremely popular witli all of the politicians In 1662 as before said lie was appointed by PreMdeut Lincoln Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court which office he still occupies He was also the orator at the Constitutional Centennial Celebra tion at Philadelphia on the 15lh of September 18S7 Sunny South Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ the leasers usually but little attention is given This leaves an alien class In society and a class who by their voca- Â¬ tion consign themselves to isolation proscription and imbecility Tiie culture of tobacco is a bad business with bad results John QUEER G Fee BETS J H Claiborne of Charleston W Va is to shave his head perfectly clean Dr S J D Meade of Cincinnati wins ten Suuday dinners from one of his patients Smith will shine C 8 Nollatha shoes on Vine street In Cincinnati C ARE YOU TOO RICH TO SAVE DOLLARS thzehc What shall i ido to saybTell You How Read the Following Carefully It Will The Fun Begins Look Sharp STBBKG Let Her Gallagher H CT Gro Ileavy Brown Cotton at J every day for a week Cincinnati pulls a sulky from Dayton to Miamisville Ohio a A Conn of distauce ol ten miles 160 acres of Choice Calicoes at Good Canton Flannels at Good all wool Red Flannels Good wool Dress Goods at Good Bleached Cotton at Bed Comforts at 6 cents per yard 5 cents per yard SAYS- - at 8J conts per yard 15 cents per yard 10 cents per yard 6 Owing to the advanced stage of the season and all the unfavorable weather we have been having he has Â¬ Fred Engie of Reading Ohio loses land which he had put np against a five dollar hat Charles Weidraan of Cincinnati is to jump oft the wharf boat into the Ohio river at Charleston V Va H J Kleymer of the Postal Telegraph Comjiflny wears a seersucker without overcoat until March 4th Â¬ Bed Blankets at Good all wool Skirts at Ladies all wool Hose at Good Quality Jeans at cents per yard 75 cents each 125 per pair lore It is Goods in His House M fits Ho IKT We inaugurate the greatest sale of CLOTHING ever atterr in Richmond Cant wait longer on the weather Oof t 1 Got too many SUITS Must get rid of them OVERCOATS You will get THE BEST BARGAIN YOU come right along liUi liN xuuriiarji at au Ev er Good Overcoats 100 each 25 cents a pair 20 cents per yard Good Overcoats at Good Overcoats at Good Suitof Clothes at The goods must go as money he wants He now gives every one Good Suitnt Clothes at a chance to supply themselves Good Suit of Clothes aL not GOODS but MONEY he wants and to get it he has uuuu yjviiui 400 is ahurr oW is a da 7 700 500 750 1000 MADE DEEP GOTS PRICES 6 00 is a dan is a ler is ahowi is a rawV is a screecL- - AT THE EXPENSE OF STRENG George Webber of Cincinnati rolls Ailau Ruggles in a barrel from Clark street bridge to Polk street Chicago Dont Miss It Make Sure and Take 3STo Chances LOOK THE LAUGHABLE FAROE of selling Handsome Jackets at 4 DRESS Four young Democrats at Rockville pay the expenses of a swell ball gotten up hy as many youug RepubliHI 0 H ffl GOODS pAecTArvT MENS SUITS CLOTHES CCS SJ P P i Â¬ o Ja o 15 S -j3 - S hj n 02 i P tA LOOKI GLIMPSES FROM HEROD MARIAMNE AND by Amelia Rives revealing an array of the Fs- lane of Ladies Custom made Shoes rery p cans Mr Pepe of Bond Hill Ohio h obliged to wear petticoats for three months Dick Stcn er will enjoy Tepes pliKbt TTON B00TS- - SHIRTS Frank Morgan chops a cord of wood for George Williamson in front of a Washington D C stock brokers office Marcellus McDowell of Peru Ind loses 10 and a young lady who had promised to be his wife if Cleveland was elected THE SERIO COMIC PRODUOTON entitled New Designs in New Markets at 500 - fcDg ScW c3 CO q k M O - -- JEANS VcoATS SHAWLS 5 eg T5 Sg O 1- k THE TOUCHING DRAMA of parting with twenty five styles of Childrens Cloaks at such awfully low prices HND JACKETS 5 SKIRTS HOSIERY CD Henry Wishon of Otwa Ohio will paint Wm Hughes face blue and walk him through the streets ot Ports mouth O 0 3 Fifty FJemingsburg Democrats must pay 20 each for shoes which would have cost nothing had the result been different An Ironton Ohio girl is to call at her sweetliearts place of business and kiss him on as many days as Harrison has electoral votes THE APT TRAGEDY Oh Ye Tears wherein occurs that grand rush for our Cloak Room in which we are Eelling such cheap and marvelous bargains 2 - tS cs 5 C3 a O nh CJ g gV 4 t K 2 S fi rt-3 warranted HISTORIC REPRESENTATION uuvmu a ncin reviewing an ee n gant line of Misses and Childrens Shoes a verl pretty scene to behold O B -- p o o 2 BLANKETS CLOAKS c3 CD P2 5fc oS 2 s o bS a Ho o fn - m - g CORSETS GINGHAMS BoLOTHESS FLANNELS a p fer en o SKETCHES PROM REAL LIFE Giving a true but faint idea of the immensity of cr Stock of Mens Boots beginning in full stock at 12 So CR -- S3 s C3 A SHORT RECITATION on Boys Boots in all grades Jake Gardner of Flemingsburg will pay for a number of horses which he sold to Republicans who were to pay for them had Cleveland won Daniel McAboy of Cincinnati trun Â¬ dles Fred Shafer bar keeper at tlie Highland House from the Highland House to the end of the cable road Fred Westerman of Cincinnati is to drive George Layman ail over town accompanied by a brass band La man being seated on a horse with a monkey cap on his head Scene from Ben Hurs Famous De sription How the beatiful was made Showing to the Ladies the most beautiful Seal Plush Sacques Visiles and Exquisite Raglans at marvelous low prices UNR otiuio TOWELS Jzl 5J at marvelously J 1 prices H U3 O O - m KALEIDOSCOPIC VIEW of the most complete line of Boots and Sh es Men Boys Ladies Misses awl Children err a Richmond H BROWN COTTON TABLE LLNENS O o o p CD CD CD B CD CD R W Pierce tlie old lime trian walks fifty miles in the dere of the Highland House pedes- Â¬ belve- Â¬ get good goods at a small profit flirk nUartnck SJ js S or j d o2 Ma rmoci WtSdlUl lb bU UriUdb lO AT STREKTGS J of nv roof ffolfk ALL AT STRENGS Qreat Sale of Bargains B p 3 P 23 P B vj 2 7 so tH O in B CO CO AT STRENGS value is offered you td 11 Had nf YALXIE EOR YALUE TnVOrniTlS T Sim tVlA Vinilfia Vflll when the opportunity Dont delay time is money money saved is money made Wnnt fn Anil nn Snoino- - lc T that he can afford to pay more for an article than its Why perBist in doing rkliniriTY n nA Cleveland won Pit Rhiudfleisch would have taken the walk ever believe I am The Great Bargain Man if irnn n Nowi Ml Miss Maria Tipton of Paris won the medal at Lake Chautauqua the past summer for best pronunciation over Vassar Princeton and tlie other scliools up North and East It is a too common belief both up North and down South that the education is all north of Mason Dixons line lteuce tlie scltools opened their eyes with wonder when Miss Tip ton according to their own standards of pronunciation carried away the lionor after a lair and lengthy contest Several times the judges decided against her on certain words but reference to the dictionary changed the decision in her favor Miss Tipton is a teacher of rare acquirements Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ OUR AWFUL CONDITION Mr Cleveland was defeated and Mr Harrison elected and it is woll nigh useless to undertake to say what caused it We shall how- Â¬ ever pause to say that the Stales went as they did four years ago except Indiana and New York both of which this time gave Republican majorities It seems that the tariff had little to do with the vote Eave to make the wealthy factories put a large quantity of boodle into the race for the feast Mr Harrisons residence being in Indiana State pride help ed materially to give the day for him In New York while Mr Cleveland lost the State by ten thousand Mr Hill the Democratic candidate for Governor and a strong prospective candidate for President four years hence was elected hy 20000 making a difference between the two Democratic candidates of 30000 votes It could not have been party principle but something personal The veto of the pension bill by Mr Cleveland no doubt lost him thousands of votes and his failure to turn tlie rascals out lost him thousands more Now that the Republicans are in what are they going to do about it Well tell you It is probable that the next Congress is Republi of the tobioeo crop can If so they will pass the penAs a general truth the sons of such sion bill and consume the 132 farmers get but little educatiou 000000 surplus in the Treasury The business does not require educafor the payment of pensions so tion An ignorant illiterate boy can that the Democrats cannot use its plant hoe worm sucker cut house existence as an argument why the strip tob tcco about an well as one with tariff ought to be reduced Then a liberal education Tlie suns of tobac- Â¬ the territories of Dakota Montana co raisers from the very nature of the and Washington will be introduced business are too generally uneducated into the Union as States and Da Then their associations Iu the labor are kota divided into two giving the generally bad The help the hands Republicans eight United States employed are of the illiterate olast of Senators and a number of Con men not of noble aspirations nor al gressmen What else they will do ways of chaste thought except toincontinently fire every If tobaoco is grown in districts where Democrat holding 4 office we neither landlords nor their sous engage iu tlie business and they lease lands are unable to sav Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Frank Wood a Washington D C dairyman entertains Saloonist Mc Cormick and a party of friends to the best his dairy larder aflords It was a bet of champagne against buttermilk Ed Lackman the Cincinnati brewer acres of tobacco he has his work fur assists Ed Huenfleld the grocer into a the year all he can do save care for wheel barrow and wheels him up his garden and patch of corn the reSixth street from Hoadley to Central liance for money will be on his tobacco If the tobacco crop shall fail then em- avenue to Fifth to Hoadley to Car barrassment will ensue as with the iise avenue to the brewery The loser weighs 270 pounds aud the winner 110 tenant previously considered pounds If he shall have sons or hired help so as to carry on a varied culture then C W MCIung a prominent citizen be will have his tobacco culture cou of Kyles Ohio will be led with a big flietiog with the proper culturo of his halter around his neck by W C Stewcorn tlie gathering of his wheat oats art who rides in a buggy from Morrow and bay crop and deferring the prop- Â¬ to Bethany four miles accompanied er time for sewing his wheat Tlie by a baud There will also be a wheeltobacco must be attended to at certain barrow brigade of nine Republicans junctures or be lost In his attention wheeled by as many Democrats over to the tobacco he will lose iu the bet- the route taken by the band and halter ter part of his culture Also his barns procession and stabling used for housing his to BORN bacco will be to the detriment of his oats hay and stock or he be at considTo the wife of Andrew Broaddus a erable expense in erecting tobacco son Cleveland barns These in many places boon become useless property aud pass into The Monticeilo III Female Semi decay for the best ground for bright nary was destroyed by fire Saturday fancy waxy tobacco is not the level the teachers and pupils escanimr un fertile poitions of Ohio or Kentucky harmed The loss on the building and but a belt along the Ohio River aud contents Is 150000 insurance 75000 small j ortlona along the Kentucky River Such lauds are exposed to de A New Editor For The American Magazine structive washes A sad fact is that Mr John Gilmer Speed has become very often that class of men who eu gage iu the culture of tobacco as a gen the editor of The American Magazine eral truth are not thoughtful have which under its new ownership has al not forecast do not plan tor future good ready shown many evidences of vigor Mr Speed who be ouly for immediate money They and enterprise have committed themselves to tlie longs to the well known Kentucky fami business have no appliances for any ly of that name is well tilted by taste thing else and push this one business and training to successfully carry out and within a few yearatheir lauds are the new work he has undertaken He worn out I know districts in Ken- has passed through all the grades of tucky where thousands of acres are so journalism and was for several years impoverished by this culture that they Mauaglng Editor of the New York are now given up to wash and bush World before it was purchased by its The owners of these lands have killed present proprietor Since then he has tlie goose to get the egg Iu these spent much time in foreign travel and districts tlie reader can count scores has also been a frequent contributor to upon scores of dilapidated barns poor the magazines and newspaper press In fences Inferior dwelling housesinferiorJ conducting the Magazine it is Mr Speeds purpose to make it all that Its school houses and few church house As a general truth the class of men name Implies an illustrated monthly engaged in the business do not seem representative of American thought and to plau for social well being or the good life He will have the hearty of competent and resourceful col- Â¬ of the country This leads me to tlie most serious leagues nnd he therefore starts out aspect of the whole business its effects with a bright prospector making The upon the Intelleotual the moral the American Magazine worthy of the sucsocial life The time when the sons cess which usually follows eftort of farmers are expected to have the benefit of the district school is iu the fall and winter tensou From the first day of the fall season on into the spring season U the constant pressure Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - JnL - Iffo J IIP West Main Street Richmond ST3REN Kyi G-ZR-Alsri- D OPENING OE The Largest and Most Complete Line o Clothing Ever Shown in Richmond We have just returned from the market where we have bought goods at sucl jlu W JfKlUJib tnat we can sen you tne best uit or Ovsrcoat or anything ii our ime at LOWER OVERCOATS AND PRICES THAN 0U EVER BOUGHT THEM AT BEFO Trha Â¬ Â¬ Our aim is to sell you goods at prices that will give you full satisfaction for you pay for same Our stock embraces Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ w inter Ciothingi HatSi All the Latest Styles m Suits Overeoats in the latest patterns colors fabrics c Our coats and suits will fit all sizes shapes from the largest man to the smallest boy long and slim thin and stout c anc Â¬ Â¬ PUHUISHIHG GOODS LARGEST STOCK LATEST STYLES LOWEST PEICES A BEAUTIFUL LIKE OF HATS CAPS C A Complete Line of Furnishing Goods IN ALL QUALITIES COLOES AND SHADES Â¬ well-direct- ed pOYA Suits to Order From Samples FIT UABANTEED We will make you a suit to order from 815 up Be sure and see our styles and prices before buying as we are the leaders and wont be undersold at Â¬ and quality of goods considered We cordially invite you to come and look through our stock in all departments We will sladlv show vou our sroods whether you wish to buv or not But vou must see for yourself that we are not blowing our goods upon paper but that we do and will do everything that we say we can do as Tailoring Establishment at is complete embracing all of the Class the very lowest prices for a first class fit workmanship Latest Things to bs Found in a First Â¬ Â¬ AKlK POWDER Absolutely Pure JUSTICE SAMUEL F MILLER Justice Samuel F Miller the senior Justice of the United Slates Supreme Ouurt has been on the Supreme Couit Bench twenty five year This Is the only publioofflce he has eier held He it one of the strongest judges both for the culture of tobacco on the shares or otherwise the leasing is done to a class of men who are to say the least transient men who wilt occupy some This powder never Tories A marvel of outhouse and witli whom the laud purity Mrengili Hore lord and his family generally have economical thanand wiioooiuenes the ordiuiry kinds and no intercourse save what mere busiuess relations demand For the education religious culture or social wellbelng of STOXJFFERS THE OLDEST CLOTMNQ HOUSE IN RICHMOND HI HOODS we are ABE 1IEB AT PRICES TO BEAMS flRST ST thanks for past patronage and hoping for the continuance of Very Kespectfully IT I HAT IE HATE Si me niay2 tf COVINGTON MITCHELL SXS XV3E3JST1 3ELXKr STRESS THE CLIMAX EPXESDAV NOVEMBER is i8i8 ScTeral Ramseys Sale On November loth had a fall- - attendance 12 cows sold Iroln 14 to 353 head weanling Calves from 9 to 11 5 year- Â¬ lings 29 3 EDFNT0X Fat hogs 1 55 per biiutred days the week past were Tamil um 20 common iner liie Rev E Forman and moved into their handsome new residence on Main street have re Â¬ Rev L H Blanton will preach at Ford am Sunday and meet with the Sunday school at 330 at it We hear that a wedding occured in Garraad county on Sunday before last at which the bride was 50 and the groom 75- - Mr John T Hughes the well Vnown horsemn was thrown from his buggy at Muirs Station and painfully though not dangerously hurt Mr C L Tipton as adminstrator will ell at public sale near Speedwell Satur- Â¬ day December 1st horses mules cattle sheep hogs grain and farming imple Â¬ ments Dr R V Hood of Irvine came down last week to see his brother Dr Joe Hood of this county who has been con- Â¬ fined to his bed for six weeks with abscess of the liver At Mr Robert Millers sale on last Thursday corn in the field sold at 160 to f t72 hay about 26 per stack Farming implements brought Rood prices and stock sold well Miss Kate XCauffinan was shot through the bead and killed and another lady shot in the shoulder by a stray bullet during the Republican demonstration at Nicho lasville Monday night t Gen C M Clay Maj C F Burnam Mr E Tutt Burnam and Prof Green B Miller acre the orators at the colored Republican jubilee yesterday Wood Dunlap last night wS and Mr Messrs Wells Si Todd will sell publicly on Saturday the 34th at the Dr Scott place one mile from town on the Tates Creek turnpike their personal property consisting of cattle hogs horses mules farming implements etc-- to close partnership te jack colts 350 yearling horse V J Wylle ami wif- - have returned cot tS two year old horse 66 corn home from a short visit to friends hi in the field t8o and 175 per barrel the farm was taken down at f 33 per acre Garrard Z E Bush Auctioneer Vinson Warren an old and promi Â¬ nent citizen of this place died of can- Â¬ Covington Spears Torley Spears cer on November 3rd Messrs T T Covington and R E Miss Belle Hunt has just closed a Turley of Richmond and Misses Katie and Delia Spears of Jessamine county weeks meeting at Guns Chapel In About thirty addi Â¬ will be married at Mt Eden church in Uarrard county Fayette connty to morrow Thursday tions November 15th at 1230 oclock Elders The railroad Is all the chat Pome C P Williamson and B C Hagerman have It up Silver Creek some up Jack Â¬ of Richmond will officiate Messrs R sons Branch some up Tates Creek C H Covington of Richmond and Mr aud same dont have ll ut all John Spears of Jessamine perform the Mr Jiles 8anders of Garrard county offices of best man The ushers will be Gopgitm of Klrkxville were Messrs W L Arnold of Richmond and and Mrs married on Mouday November 4th at Louis Spears Perry Bronaugh and Geo Land of Jessamine Immediately after John M Dickersons at Buckeye Garrard county the ceremony the party will leave for -- a Home The brides are among the most UX10N CITY beautiful girls of their county and the grooms two live and rising young business Look here you men who hold Gov Â¬ men of Richmond ernment offices Harrison is elected v get all you can A Real Estate Woman The members of theChritian church Mrs Gen Ransom of Lexington for Â¬ merly Mrs Goodloe well known here has at this place have secured the ser vices of Rev John G Adams of Clark become a dealer in real estate in Chicago county for the following year The Lexington Gazette says A few days ago the Chicago Times A temperance lecture is expected made an extended notice of wealthy ladies from Mrs Llla A Moore of Owens owning and dealing in real estate in the boro 011 next Saturday evening at two Windy City Among others the Times oclock at this place Mrs Moore is a notes Mrs Ransom of Kentucky who good lecturer and a fine musician has holdings to the value of one million it Everybody Invited is said and who is individually responsible The Republicans of this city had a for much of her wealth A few days ago grand jollification Saturday Novem- Â¬ she sold property in a Chicago suburb ber 11th They were so worried by the called Cicero for 50000 net There election that Ihey could hardly rahe a where 35 acres in this lot and she has the yell But for the assistance of a few ownership of 40 acrcss more in this tract Democrats the citizens would not have is valued at 50000 which The tract known that anything uuusual was go Â¬ which Mrs Ransom sold for 50000 cost ing on However they didnt have 15000 and by the sale the neat sum of any of the infamous man degrader 35000 was cleared The Chicago Times widow aud orphan maker aud hell in classes Mrs Ransom among the shrewd Â¬ creaser King Alcohol est of real estate speculators We con- Â¬ gratulate her on her phenomenal success IN MEMORY and are pioud of her as a Kentucky lady Of Lute Cosby Who Died November 5th cents 3 Coin ts selling at SI 25 per barrel at he heap Hi 1S58 Waller Bennett C S Powell John 1C Miss Zenaida Embry is visiting in Paris Faulkner W S Hume Sam Bennett Hume Embry Jno Wilmore and J B Mis Mary B Harris left on last Friday Walker Kirksville left on Monday for for Chicago Tennessee for s hunt They were joined Miss Elvira Sydnor Milller of Louisby Mesrs Ed Walker and W S Walker ville Is visiting Miss Katie Fox of Garrard Jack Chinn of Harrodsburg Dr W O Roberts of Louisville is and W C Goodloe of Lexington visiting his brother-in-laBr A W Jollifying Smith As we go to press the Republicans are Mr W J Moberley is visiting his yawping and yowling and yelling and yoorahing Eloquence anvils fire works friend Lee Jake White at Clay City and and fire water Loud but orderly a good hunting a spell deal of it but it wont last longer than Mrs T C Bronston and Miss Tillie Moss have returned after an absence of morning L h g G Â¬ w n PERSONAL Farewell Lula thou hast left us Left the circle cherished long Left the friends who prized thy friendship With devotion deep and strong Oh how sadly we do miss thee We can hear thy voice no more Yet the thought is molt consoling That thy sufferings are oer 1 God for some wise purpose called thee Called thee to live with him above Where there is no death or sorrow Where all is joy peace and love Gladly we would have kept the with u But God willed it otherwise He sent His angels to bear the onward To a home beyond the skies Ml several weeks Messrs E M Through the fields of bright Celestial Thy freed spirit now may roam And with dear departed kindred Mrs Wm Arnold has returned from Share an ever blissful home a viit to her daughter Miss Bcttie in Boston and to her old home in South Farewell dear Lula wc hope to meet thee Got 11 is Horse Carolina When the day of life is fled Mr O M Florence of Harrison coun- Â¬ And in Heaven with joy to meet thee Miss Lucile Lindner the vocalist of ty found through Sheriff Deatherage a Where no farewell tear is shed Lexington who some time ago visited horse in this county that was stolen three Fannie Mrs Amanda T Million tills place is years ago last May by the negroStanford Waco Ky Nov Sth 8S soon to be married to Mr H R Whit Jones who is now serving a two years more of Detroit KESOLUTIONS OF KESPECT sentence m the penitentiary for a similar Miss Mary M Goodloe daughter of offense Mr Deatherage has another Wiierkas God lu his infinite wis Â¬ Hon Wm Cassius Goodloe of Lexingstolen horse awaiting the owner dom has teen fit to take from among ton and Mr Thos Clay McDowell Shorthorn Sales grandson of the famous old statesman us our belove brother and fellow clt In Clark County on November 37th will be married to morrow in the Episco- Â¬ izen A J Hamilton And whereas by his loss we are 38th and 29 Messrs S B R B Red pal church Lexington deprived of one of our oldest aud best mon Leslie Combs John W Prewitt and Rev W T Rowland formerly paster members the community a most H D Goff will sell 310 shorthorns of the Methodest church in Richmond worthy ccitizen his family a kind These are all good cattle as will be seen performed the ceremony for the event of be It there by a perusal of the advertisement else the season in Paris the marriage of Miss father a loving husband fore in this issue of the The Climax where Annie Page Fithian daughter of Dr JResolvcd That we the members of These sales can be conveniently attended Wash Fithian to Dr F M Fairies of Berea Lodge No 617 of F AM Madison county as the Middleton Ohio by persons living in do deeply deplore our loss aud do here- Â¬ trains run so as to go and return the same Miss Fannie Morton gave a Halloween by extend our heartfelt sympathy to day party to the members of the Cooking liis wife aud children That these Club on Wednesday night A number of resolutions be spread upon our min- Â¬ TflftsL The wheat crop in Madison county Is ceremonies appropriate to the occasion utes as a part thereof printed In The Kentucky Register about all sold The highest price t- - ach- Â¬ when the guardian angels are supposed to Climax aud lift the veil of futurity for inquisitive lov Â¬ and a copy sent to the wife of the ed was ft 06 J an J that was secured by va- Â¬ deceased Further that our hall be only one man Mr R P Fox who had ers were performed ard many and Winrious were the fortunes unfolded appropriately draped for thirty days The largest crop harvest- Â¬ 1300 bushels and the members of this Lodge wear ed was that of Senator Harris 4000 chester Democrat the usual badge of mournlug for the bushels but he sold it some time ago at 75 same length of time Co bought cents Forman Chenault THIN COLUMN W M Adams 8 000 bushels Covington Arnold fz Committee Mooke Bro bought and sold 16000 bushels the Â¬ J Mr Swiggums keeps a hotel at Michi Wm Robinson selling price being f 1 05 Altogether the gan City Berea Nov 3rd 18S8 cop sold amounted in the county to more Â¬ Mr Council and Miss Crow were marMATRIMONIAL- than too 006 ried at Devils Lake They can have a Battled Already caw cus Mr W T Chenault of Madison The mail route agents somewhere along Mr Hansbrough is Mayor of Devils county and Miss Minnie Turner of the line were so rattled by the election or Lake but Mr Maher is not Mr Hans Â¬ Shelby comity were married on something else that they need Thursday November 8th brough The Clxkax has 33 subscribers at Editor John Logan Bosley of the The London Echo announces that Mr Drip Rock in Jackson county and the pa Â¬ Wonder if the sickness Winchester Sun and Mrs Nannie pers hare been going regulary all the Catching is sick Galtskill Bratton of the same city time Last veck they were returned to is catching were married at 1230 oclock on last The Climax office with the information The marriage of the engineer of the Thursday November Sth 18S8 and A Thin Column has eucouraged several endorsed thereon no such office O train for the took the 1 oclock C bundle to Litchfield the county seat of other newspaper men to go and do like Â¬ East Mr Bosley is the most promi- Â¬ Grayson was returned in the same way wise Now dont blame us dear sirs nent Republican editor in Kentucky We remailcd them and they have not The Bourbon News announces that a whole souled bright fellow and we been returned ad hope they wont Some John Spohn the butcher whom the circus shell expect to see him go as consul to fellow was undoubtsdlv a whit off elephant struck with his snout at Cynttu Southampton England The bride is ana is out again Possibly he was knock described as a strikingly fine looking lady and one whose brightness the ed out The presents Sun can not eclipse In Laurel county a man who was on were numerous and valuable Boering trial for lunacy before Judge knocked the Judge down as an argument NEWS PARAGRAPHS but it had a con- Â¬ The work of tracklaying on the George- Â¬ against the accusation trary effect Danville has a steam laundry town and Midway Railroad is being push- Â¬ Mr Billy Bottom lives in Anderson Mary Anderson nas returned from ed vigorously The tracklayers have crossed the Paynes Depot pike George county and Mr Billy Hill in Madison Europe county Mr Lake Mr Pond and Mr town Times Mrs Langtry will be In Lexington Â¬ Judge Richards and Messrs Stine Cliff also live hereabouts Why not con- on the 14th Cornwall and Leathers all of the Louis struct a landscape Judge Wm Lindsay has returned ville Southern Railroad have been in This is a summer bus he said as they from Europe Richmond for several days The line stepped into a side curtained vehicle at William M Carpenter of Lincoln fnom Richmond to Kentucky river will be Fargo the wind blowing and the ther-Â¬ Yes she replied county died In Texas located within the next two weeks and mometer down to 20 wprk will therefore begin at once some are buses and some are not this Lafayette Cru teller aged 60 years are a wagon died In Woodford county Do Gone Until the year 1770 this law was in A Welchmnn was killed last Wed- Â¬ you hare any dogs keep your eye force in England If Whosoever shall en- Â¬ nesday at Lilly by falling slate pkled and your shotgun loaded We tice into bonds of matrimony any male Lizzie eldest daughter of Dr J L hare heared of red hot stoves being stolen subject of her Majestys by means of but that is not equal to a wagon load of dogs rouge white paint Spanish cotton steel Wilds died In Jessamiue county Many sheep raisers will however doubtless corsets crinoline shoes ot N B Carter for the killloR of Tom pray for the appearance of the robbers in false hips shall be prosecuted for witch- Â¬ More in Liucolu county was acquitted this county The Lexington Gazette craft and the marriage declared null and Samuel Woolums aged 78 year the says One night recently four white void oldest citizen of Midway died last of Henry men droye up to the house week RED HOUSE Johnsbn a colored roan living in Dog Henrys Joseph McDonald formerly ofLex Fennel precinct and demanded Mr F M Lutes late of Paint Lick Ingtou was drowned in Red river at pack if hounds He told them the dogs where not at home they -- being at that has rented the Kbearer eland had it Clay City mome it heard in the distance following a Improved and lias returned trom the Jas Myers a livery man killed a trail The men presented pistols and cities with a large stock of dry goods negro at Carlisle cutting his throat every thing hats and forced Johnson to call off the dogs and clothinjr shoe with a razor when ffie animals arrived the white men else kept In a flrst class general store Mr John H Field and MUs Leila tied thctn and putting them in their spring He buys country produce and has the Gay were married In Woodford county house wagon drove away Johnson followed post office in bis on the 7th Inst them soon afterward but only succeeded No preaching In the Methodist in getting back one of hi dogs He Is Â¬ CaptW E Belle of Lawrenceburg next Sunday inorulngbut ser very much wprried over the loss of the church and Miss Ransom of Atlanta will be Joseph Rind HtnUut by Elder dogs antra thenien are total strangers to vices great singer of the married to day course to Mr Rand is the him he posent know what Jno W Denton aged 86 and Jno country purine toVecover them monthly meeting of the State Millers Association at Lexingtonyesterday Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Tritdle Sale Nevemfeer 13th John B Chenault ad roirattrator David Triable Horse stock 126 one sold low One mare and colt mare 75 one mare J 65 one mare 10 one cow and calf 39 50 fat hogs 5 boats first let 4 a head second lot 550 Corn at heap f 1 82 Z E Bush auctioneer Pryse Brownlow In the household many sorrow That thy race so soon is run Jameson and John G McGuire of Beatty- ville were here this week But we should not mourn lor thee As the Savior has bid thee come Mr D R Forman attended the bi- Â¬ visor Wiikirsotj He defended him Â¬ self with hlsrevolver and one colr d lu Harlan county a prominent Ma Â¬ mau wae killed one dangerously son Dr Geo W Whitehead died ol wounded and a while man shot through the arm Th Slate troops had in be fevi r leaving a wife and babe called out They quickly scattered the At Danville Mrs Wm Warren gave rioters a dinner in honor of Mrs M T Davis Desha Breckinridge oldest son of and daughter of Harrodsburg W C P Breckinridge came to Lex The Pennsylvania Railroad Company ington from Washington City to cast is using 13000 more cars now than it his first vote for Cleveland and Thur needed to handle its business a year mau Mrs LoU Dudley aud daugh ago ter who have been spending last six Richard F Conner aged 32 years months in Europe arrived In Lexing Â¬ died In Mercer county Also Mrs ton as guests of Dr H M Skillmans John Ludwlck and Mrs Sidney Phil family lips Dick Vance and Ephralm Combs on Dr David Hosteller the millionaire their way home from Breathitt to manufacturer of Hostetters Bitters Knott county were pursued and mur- Â¬ of Pittsburg died in New York last dered on Lost Creek in Perry county Austin Combs of Hazard was shot week from ambush and killed on Grapevine Â¬ Mrs Mary Thompson near George town aged 92 ytars recently rode to creek about twelve miles from his home The assassins are unknown lu Lexington aud back the same day in a both cases buggy At Lexington Tuesday ulght Jesse Miss Maggie Kenney of Scott coun- Â¬ Atchison and Tom Agee a brother of ty and Mr Laurence Johnson of Tuck Agee w ho was hanged for the Dayton Ohio were married last Wed- Â¬ murder of June Faulconer got Into nil nesday altercation in a saloon on Vine street County Attorney W H Morgan or willi Date Jenkins a well known Lawreuceburg and Mrs Alice John Â¬ diameter Atchison and Agee are son escaped to JetTersotiville anil were under arrest and Atchison confessed to married the shooting William Robert Marshall of Ken- Â¬ George aged 11 years son of P tucky aged 24 years died at Manltou Gilsey our clothing merchant has Springs Colorado Wednesday October been astonishing the people of Indiana 17th 1SS8 and Ohio by his wonderful performance Samuel Hulton died in Anderson on the violin He Is truly a musical county Mrs W T Best formerly prodigy and will favor our citizens with some of his delightful music dur- Â¬ Miss Betlie Neale also of that county ing the latter part of this month died in Ohio Kentucklan Citizen Mr T D Moss of Montgomery Cards have been received here an- Â¬ county and Miss Mattie Wren of Sturgeon Mo formerly of Montgom- Â¬ nouncing the marriage of Miss Anna Gwln daughter of Dr D W Gwln ery were married on Thursday recently pastor of the Baptist church Four hucksters In West Virginia In this city to Mr Spartan Godlett of were waylaid by high way man aud Atlauta Ga The marriage will occur robbed One of the robbers was caught at the residence of Dr Gwln In Decatur and banged to a tree by a mob Alabama Wednesday Nov 17 1888 David Duckworth committed suicide at 10 a St Mt Sterling Gazette at Claysville Harrison county a few Last Sunday William Bell colored days ago by hanging He had former- Â¬ was out rabbit hunting near Preston ly been an inmate of the asylum when the hammers of his gun caught At Deer Creek voting precinct In on a log as he was stepping over it Carter county William Low stabbed which discharged the gun the contents a man named Shelby Manes through of which entered his abdomen from the effects of which he died an hour the heart killing him instautly afterward Bell was about 30 years Mr G Matt Asher of the Hrm of old and came from Virginia to this men at Ford Asher Brothers saw mill State two years ago Mt Sterling in Clark county was married last Gazette week in Faribault Minn to Miss Post The death or Hon John P Campbell The express messenger on the C N at Hopkinsville recalls bis brilliant O railway was robbed of 40 T I marriage while in Congress to a Con Â¬ 60 miles 000 by a lone highwayman gressmans daughter It was the most from New Orleans who made him tony affair of that period He was put his head in a suck while he went married in 1856 to Miss Mary B through the safe Faulkner daughter of Hon Charles J Lei a the beautiful little Faulkner of West Virginia and sister baby of Mr It H Berryman took the or the United States Setiator from lhat premium at the Kansas City Fair last State His wife and son John P Jr week over 500 competitors for the survive him prettiest baby in Kansas City Mid Â¬ Mr John Milton Bourne familiarly way Clipper known as Daniel Boone of to duy who Mr Sliouse and party of Woodford is sixty years of age and an expert pasted through Lexington Saturday shot with the rifle or gun while en night wih twenty seven deer which route to this city from his home about they had killed in Cumberland county one and a half miles out got into a Ky fl ck of birds made seven shots and killed seven birds If any of our local Chas A Wlckliue of West Virginia who had beeu at the home of his sports can beat this let us hear from brother In Clark county was run over them Mr Bourne unfortunately In by a freight train on the C O R R addition to bis age Is blind In one eye Nicholasville Democrat and killed hi Montgomery county Â¬ Â¬ two-year-o- ld Mnrrlson Cox aged 32 died last week Rev Mr Rami Providence church Sunday November day at 11 oclock a The American Kat and 24th m The Kankakee Line C I St L Savo Money C Ry sells dally round trip tickets to By payiog cash for your Millinery at Chicago from Cincinnati at 12 tickets Greeu Front 13 First Street good ten days Ticket offices N W 15- Mrs J F Stone Cor Fourth and Vine Streets ami Cen- Â¬ Short Time Only tral Onion Depot corner Third Street AH persons indebted to J J Brooks and Central Avenue Cincinnati O prior to 1888 will please come and settle 22 23 by note or cash at once AH claims not Sale Of Stock Crop settled promptly will be placed iu the As administrator of his mother C L bands of a collector 10- Tipton will sell publicly to the highest W H Kelley will build you a good bidder on the premises near Speedwell on Saturday December 1st all the per- Â¬ house cheaper than any mau in town mar7 tr sonal property Consisting of horses ii mules cattle hogs sheep grain and Ir you waut a nice buggy plueton 22 23 forming implements rockaway carriage or barouche coupe go to John Donelson apr4 t The time was when a chicken took the cholera we said good bye chick Donelson will make you as good a but now we give them Ganters chick- Â¬ buggy or carriage as can be bought en cholera cure knowing full well that anywhere In America apr4 tfT they will soon b all right again Sold by Stockton Willie It Nov 13tli Jlusic will preach at the next Bit unlay and an experienced Mrs 8 F Lail 17th and 18th each teacher desires pupils iu Piano Study m The latest method taught Terms moderate Music room at D R For Stock Show Chicago maus after September 1 18S8 7- THE Greatest Bargains of Your Life IP YOU FAIL TO VISIT BRISKLEY BROS PLACE 20 Yards Worsted Dress Goods for 100 16 Yards 44 AAA Brown Sheeting for 100 12 Yards Green Ten Cents Will get a first class shave nt the Gar nett Houe Burber Shop Clean tow Â¬ els aud sharp razors are plentiful None but first class workinmen are employed Give us a trial Entire 16- satisfaction is guaranteed Tb8 Mothers Friend Not only shortens and lessens pain butgreatly diminishes the danger to lire of both mother and child if used a Write few mouths beforeconfinement to The Bradrteld Regulator Co Atlan 21 24 ta Ga Trustees Sale OF VALUABLE As Trustee of L Ticket Lonsdale for 100 ggttiOur Stock of Clothing Boots and 1 will on CITY PROPERTY Shoes E Francis Thursday Nov 22 1SSS sell to the highest bidder on the premi- Â¬ ses the following desirable reul estate The one half interest of said Francis in the three story Hats and Caps and Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods is Complete 18tf BHINHXEir BROS ST 17SST D0OH TO TOST OrTICS aiCSKOND isW BRICK STORE HOUSE LOT A single bottle of AyersSarsaparilla will establish the merits or tills medicine as a blood purifier Many thou- Â¬ sand of people are yearly cured of chronic diseases by the faithful use of this remedy It is uuequuled for the It cureof scnihila Â¬ on Main Street now occupied by Cov Â¬ ington Mitchell HOUSE AND LOT on Third Street now occupied by T J Cornelisou CLtRK COUNTY KYSER1ES OF SHQRTHORK SALES 41 Xt WHY W0MEX FADE Woman loose their beauty because colds undermine their life Dr Ackers English Remedy for Consumption is an absolute cure for colds Sold by W G White prescription druguist SUFFER ANY LONGER Knowing that a cough cau be check- Â¬ ed in a day and the first stages of con- Â¬ sumption broRen hi a week we hereby guarantee Dr Ackers English Reme- Â¬ dy for Consumption and will rufund DO NOT the money to all who buy take it as per directions and do not find our statement correct Sold by W G White prescription druggist Avoid the harsh irritating griping componnds so often sold as purgative January 1st 1880 medicine and correct the irregularities S S tARKES Trustee of the bowels by the use of Ayers Ca- Â¬ P P Ballard Auctioneer thartic Pills They are invaluable as a 22 23 family medicine It -- R B Itedmon and Leslie Combs TUESDAY NONEMBER 27 S B will sell in Winchester Ky 60 bead of Hrst elasn cattle Mewrs Kedtuons 33 will comprise Mary Plillises Tinjs Prizeflnwers Josephines Ac iuchieliuK fronting from 45 to 50 feet on Third the splendid 22 months Itmiek bred Rose or Sharon bull Oplu lias Aektaai Street and 84 feet in depth There is Sharon Mr CouiIh will offer the pure Booth bull imp Royal ir ami iM on one of these lots a Good Frame females or the best Booth families including a pure Killerby heifer Stable aud on another a frame build- Â¬ W Irewitt will sell at hU borne NOVEMBER 23 ing now used for Picket Wire Fence nearWEDNESDAY his entile herd ofJohn 70 head inetitdiiis life eleven nctMi of Winchester Ky Shop prize winneis this year at the Lexingtoti aud Isrts Fairs The fcmilic are Marys Phyliises ot the Gentle Annie braiieii Rosemarys Harriet Sweet 33 Roses c with six moms and one half acre of THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29 S D Goit will sell at hi plaee iteer Win Â¬ ground situated on Irviue Street near chester Ky about 80 head of shorthorn devodaiits ol Yi uin Mary Young ijie Fair Grounds Heifer of tbe Phyllis Peurlette c About forty yearling and HOUSE AND LOT ON ARSIER ST above families will be sold R nkk Roe of Sharon bull at liewl of herd These cattle have been carefully bred ate good colors and line imlivitaete now used as a Broom Factory LOT For catuloguea address each of he parties at Winchester Ky fronting 40 feet ou Orange Street 22 23 R E EDMONSON Auctioneer At the same time I will sell two Val- Â¬ uable Harness Mares aud a field of from 8 to 10 acres or Corn lying about 1J miles from town on Lancaster pike Onk Pickkt Wike Fence Machine tayTEKMS One third of purchase Booh Keeping Short Hand Tclcffraphte D E I money for real estate payable January U I fi VSbsLbs BV friIor Calaloym onduH normation 1st 18S0 when possession will be given balance iu equal pnytneuts of six and twelve m on ill with interest from ANNOUNCEMENTS date For personalty a credit until S e sizable Iots cirelljLngECoTise two-year-o-hl BRYANT STKATTON Business College LU W AHTEE CHICKEN FOR ASSESSOR I have secured the services of an ex perienced trimmer who has arrived and with a large stock of new ami seasonnble good I shall try to satisfy those who may favor me with a call both iu style aud quality I buy noth ing but the best goods My many friends and customers always welcome whether they by or not 15- - Â¬ Mrs J F Stone The tramp who gave his name t Elmer Bryant aud who was hurt iu the railroad wreck near our Fair Grounds several days ago died in jail on Monday At Frankfort Prof W O Crockett the educator late principal of the Ver Â¬ sailles public schools died of consump Â¬ tion He was widely connected and well known Miss Minnie Gratz now In New York will accompany her schoolmate Mrs Atherson of California formerly Miss Gertrude Uihorn ou a two years trip to Europe Curds are out announcing the mar- Â¬ riage of Miss Sallie Long of Cynthlana to Mr Leslie Maffett The wedding of Mit Drusie Moore of Catlettsburg to Mr Eugene Buffiugton of Covington is set for the 27th of this mouth The marriage or Mr Charles Skillmau to Miss Mamie Bradley both or Bour Â¬ bon county will take place on the loth nt the residence or Mrs Mary Rey Â¬ nolds have a remedy guaranteed to cure Chicken Cholera and other diseases among fowls I will refund the money in every cae where th remedy fails W G White Prescription Druggist mar28tr 2d St near Garnelt House 1 A SAD ST0KY At Harrodsburg Mrs J P Dawsou wife of the Presbyterian minister was accidentally shot by a pistol falling from the City Marshals pocket inflict ing a serious wound November 1st Mr T T Hedger Sheriff had filed his quietus In the Clerks office aud paid all the revenue due the fttate This is an unusual Georgetown Tiroes promptness At a public sale of bank stock In Frankfort last Monday Bank of Kentucky stock sold for 165 Farmers 125 per 100 share and Deposit Bank of Frankfort 6225 per 50 share Horace Dugan at Owensboro shot Â¬ JJ and killed his brottier Case This is the sixth murder occurring in Daviess county since August 1st in five of which the principles have been negroes The four men who entered the residence of John W Appleloti of Lexington last Friday night were captured Wednesday with the in Maysvllle watch clothing aud pistol taken from Â¬ Â¬ Mr Appleton Miss Laura Guest daughter of Col J - W Guest of Boyle county and Mr B- G Boyle of the Danville Advocate were married last week Dr E M Green of the Presbyterian church per Â¬ formed the ceremony Governor Buckner has appointed CoIeBascom of Owlngsville aud T of Montgomery Corwin Anderson county as delegates from the Tenth Congressional District to the Farmers Congress at Topeka Kansas Novem- Â¬ ber 14th formerly of Nicholasville lost a 175 diamond pin at Maysvllle the other night He was coming out of the court house with a crowd when a man snatched the pin and ran He gave chase aud was shot at several limes but was not hit Nor did he get the pin Â¬ Dr George M Phillips Â¬ high-heale- So far this year there have been built In the 44 States and Territories on 280 lines 5700 miles of new railroad California heads the list with 485 miles while Kentucky is well up with the other leading States with 134 miles It Is estimated that the total new mile Â¬ age for the year will be 7500 Arthur Owens a white man with a comrade became drunk and disorderly on the streets of Mt Sterling and when the officers attempted their urrest they resisted and In the melee which followed Owens was semusly shot in the back while attempting to escape Owens will recoyer probably The minority stockholders of the E G railroad have filed a bill to enjoin the proposed lease of the road on the grounds of fraud There are 34000000 Involved Ingersoll and Peyton our Masterson are of couasel for the plaintiffs aud we understand tholr fee Is 20000 Stanford Journal In an election riot at Bowling Green a mob of colored men attacked Super TV The child coughed The mother ran No remedy was near Before morning the poor little sufferer was dead The Herald says of all extraordinary Moral Always keep Dr Ackers stories told in modern courts of justice English Remedy at hand Sold by W none are more astonishing than the G White prescription druggist a u tale which Chas John Mercer the Sanns Specific will cure Rheuma- Â¬ expert accountant Is now unfolding In the Surrogates Court of how Mrs tism or money refunded Price 75c at Alexander T Stewart started out after Whites Drug Store Second street 5- her husbands death with an estimated near Gamett House fortune or 25000000 and died ten years Donelson uses the best material that years after in debt over 1000000 to Â¬ her friend ex Judge Hilton who man Â¬ the market aflords and the best workmen He puts up none but the best aged her estate work Buggies carriages etc made Mr Wm Welsh or this place is to order Call on him apr4 tr opening up for a Pennsylvania Com- Â¬ 110W DOCTORS CONQUER DEATH pany of which he is a member coal mines on Horse Creek and on Lynn Dr Walter K Hammond says Camp Creek between Lilly and Cor After a long experience I have come to biu Stations in Laurel county The the conclusion that two thirds of all Compauy owns 10000 acres with a deaths from coughs pneumonia aud railroad frontage of five miles and it consumption might be avoided ir Dr cost 100000 over and above the two Ackers Euglish Remedy for Consump- Â¬ plants which will cost 25000 each tion were only carefully used lu time Mr Welsh tells us that there are three This wonderful Remedy is sold under a veins of coal a cannel vein of 36 inches positive guarantee hy W G White aud two bituminous veins or 48 and 84 prescription druggist Inches respectively Stanford Jour Adrlee to Mothers nal UrsWnfSLowB SoonmiaSTBCP should ahrays tw used when children an catting tnth It re The property out beyond the C 8 Ueret the UttletnSeKrat once Uptodacesnntaral sleep the little cherub nwnkeiu bright depot that for some years past has be- Â¬ quietbutton Bud It is ytry pleuant to tute It bs a sUars soothes longed to Mr W L Rash and which regultesthe child softens the gums knownsit pain remedy the bowels and is the best fordisrTlusa whether arising ton teething or was the residence from which Col J other causes Twenty are cents a bottle C Breckinridge went Into the Confed- Â¬ C 5 erate army and wbfch was subsequent- Â¬ Hats and Bonnets trimmed to order ly occupied by Gen John B Huston was sold at 4 oclock last Thursday at Mrs Lee Maupins120 East Main 20 tf evening to Mr Miller of Street Mr Timothy Anglin for 14500 It TERRIBLE contaiues about 27 acres of ground aud Two thirds of all deaths in New Is near the Fair Grounds Stables will be built and It will be put In shape York City are from consumption or The same proportion for horse breeding purposes Lexing- Â¬ pneumonia holds for most other cities Delays are ton Transcript dangerous Dr Ackers Engllsn Re- Â¬ Dr O H Wltberspoon baa returned medy for Consumption will always re- Â¬ from a months stay iu Mora county lieve aud may save your life Sold New Mexico where he and Judge by W G White prescription druggist McBrayer and F T Hickman have a stock ranch Tiie Doctor reports every Sanas Specific will cure Rheuraa thing in a flourishing condition They tlsm or money refunded Price 75c at have about 1500 cattle and 50 horses Whites Drug Store Second street 5- He says however there is poor market uear Garnett House lor the stock and few buyers on the range They have bad a drouth in School Books at Whites Drug Store that section which the old settlers say 2nd St near Garnett House tf Is the worst for 30 years Will McGln- 11 is who left here last summer Is out Road horses trotters and runners there with Frank Hickman and Will shod in any manner desired I have Lawrenceburg News Dedman just received an extra lot of four year old second growth timber for repairing Robinsons circus showed at Cyn all kinds of wagons AH work guar- Â¬ While the big elephant Chief thlana anteed at the very lowest prices Shop was being taken through the covered back of Brookss drug store bridge he became obstinate and re- Â¬ Respectfully fused to move About the same time 8febly S L M1DKIFF Spoil 11 a butcher was passing John through the bridge The manager ot New Millinery Store at 120 East the elephant called to him to go back 20 tf Mrs Lee Maupln when he stepped to the side of the Main Street bridge to get out or the elephants way This seemed to enrage Chief aud with a stroke of bis trunk he knocked Mr Remaining unclaimed in the Post Spohn between the inner and outer Office at Richmond Ky week euding walls of the bridge Chief then en- Â¬ November 13 1S88 Nison Mrs Mat deavored to butt in the walls of the Bendel S Hamilton Mrs Mary bridge and probably would have kill- Â¬ Bethuram Meridelh Mitchel Rose A Benton Joe ed Spohn had not the elephant Mary Brittain C C Pickcll Mandy beeu brought to the sceue She heat Chambers Harmon Raymond Sallie Chief with her trunk until he ran out Qowles Annie L Turner Kitty Deck Turner Judge of the 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Description Satisfaction geareeteed Estimates made free of charge Plane fiirafehed oa application on abort mahju FOR REIffT pr titf LONG k COLTY Contractors and BoOders I SIT Harper 2J- - Brothers tf IK KEIalaEJF Coatractor and Builder eifercrcsl set f ot T a Address HARPER BROTHERS New York School BooWs at Whites nd S near Garnett House Dag hands to io all Vn Store and repairing Is prepared with an If aar7tf Oc hre V I CEHTRAL THE NEXT UNIVERSITY RECEPTION OF EXILES POWERFUL WEAPONS llCROOEEJ SESSION WILL OPEN Wcdacsdaj Sept 12 88 I II II ki Tbe Prbpahatoky Drpartmbnt Is under the Bupervitsien of the Faculty am tills dm pnius will be spared to make BKMMBTT lHJBMSTOHJ Madison County School all tliAt can be desired Our aim is to prepare boys for College and at tbe time give a IhurtHich praotieal educa Â¬ tion to tbose who caa not take tbe reg- Â¬ ular euurse Special attention will be to Writing Composition Book CeepiHR aud Civil Engineering Attention is called to tbe following oommuaioathHi from one of our pa trows a prominent citizen of tbe oom mtBKy Mr Burnnm states dearly tbe Methods pursued aud tbe character of work done in tbis department of tbe UaiversHy i DRY GOOD S The attention of the ladies is especially called to our superior it line of Dress Goods embracing the most fashionable had in Kew York Fabrics to be Richmond Ky June iSthi96S H BLANTON Chancellor of Central Univenkr My Dear Doctor Las fell I started my oldest son then in bis twelfth c c ytmr witfe some mikgivingg as to tbe wis Â¬ dom of the step to tbe Preparatory Depart Â¬ ment of your college and during tbe second year which has just closed my special and critical attention has been constantly directed to the conduct of that de- Â¬ partment and I wish to bear vobjntary testimony that he has received careful patient and thorough instructions from those in charge and has made gratifying progress not alone in the studies pursued but also in mental training and capacity We have in Lacos Ribbons Collars Cuffs Handkerchiefs Gloves and for application The system pursued in tbe department Parasols all that can bo desired is one that trains tbe pupil to think reason logic ilty and remember Observation has impressed me with the conviction that few persons or even professional in structors have the aptitude to impress these educational characteristics upon the minds of young boys You have been fortunate m securing instructors for this department who are gifted in this respect and I earnestly hope that their services With an artistic cutler thoroughly trained in the best New may be secured premanently to the young boys of tMs community and that the high grade of proficiency that now obtains in York school of art and design in gents garments experienced in the this department may continue I am very truly yours best houses of that city and vorsed in every detail of the business Dr L Choice Silks Henriettas Serges Be Boges Cashmeres Â¬ Lace Elounces of all kinds White Goods in great quantity Â¬ Merchant Tailorim further information Catalogue apply te 5- - lFr ARBURNAM and aided by on elaborate stock of I H BLANTON CHANCELLOR J SfKED SMITH CHAS S POWELL Frencii Mi i m American mt SMITH h POWELL m Fire hsnranee Â¬ TROUSESRIHTGS and VESTIIffGS 1 We represent ten of the strong est Fire Insurance Companies in the world We represent the Company that lias the largest capital in the world the Company that has tbe largest paid up capital ii the world tlte Company that Neck Wear Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Shirts laundried and has the largest asset in the world the only Company in the world unlaundried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc that pays its losses witlrout dis count and does not make you agree in its policy to wait sixty days after a fire to get your money AH Companies charge the same rate then in great quantity and variety from the cheapest to the mos We are putting forth suits equal to the best made in this country Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us GENTS FURNISHING GOODS Â¬ WALL PAPERS CR00B apllS tf BENNETT i Why not Insure in th eBest Insure yoar house and contents and sleep soundly it will be loo late after you are burned out Our Companies have over 40 000000 capital and over 100 000000 assets viz Liverpool London Comraeicsal Assets Umon elegant embossed gilt k DRMSTOH Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Ky - Guardian Home Lancashire Q Hartford German Firemans Fund National Total 076673 2476165 30G03324 Sj6iisT 7195 6so2t To The Public BOOTS SHOES 119121514 apriS om AND HATS Cow Russian Political Offenders Are Treated at Forwarding Prisons The prisoners had disembarked beÂ¬ fore we reached our destination Wo found thorn assembled In two donee gray throngs at the end of a long wooden shed which was surrounded and turned into a sort of cattlepen by a high plank wall Hero they woro Identified counted and turned over by tho convoy officer to the warden of tho Tomsk forwarding prison The shed was divided transversely through tho middle by a low wooden barricade at one end of which was a fenced about ton feet Bquaro for tho accommodation of the officers who had to take part In tho reception of tho party About half tho exiles had been formally received and woro stand Â¬ ing at tho eastern end of tho shod whllo tho other half wore grouped in a dense throng at the western end waiting for their names to bo called The women who stood huddled together In a group by them- Â¬ selves woro mostly in peasant cos tumos with bright colored kerchiefs over their heads and their faces I thought showed great anxiety and ap- Â¬ prehension The men all woro long gray overcoats over coarse linen shirts and trousers most of them wore In chains and tho bare heads of tho con- Â¬ victs and tho penal colonists hod boon half Bhaved longitudinally in such a way that ono side of the scalp was smooth and blue while tho other sldo was Hidden by long neglected hair Soldlors stood hero and thero around tho shed leaning upon their bayoneted rifles and inside the little lncloeuro wore tho oaavoy officer of tho party tho warden and the surgeon of tno Tomsk forwarding prison tbo chief of tho local bureau of oxilo administra- Â¬ tion and two or threo other officers all in full uniform Colonel Yagodkln introduced us as American travelers who desired to soo tho reception of an exile party aud wo were Invited to stand lnsido tho lncloeuro Tho officer who was conducting tho examination of tho convicts drow a folded paper from a largo bundle In his hand opened and glanced at It and then shouted Nikolai Koltsof A thin pale man with heavy wearied oyea and a hopeless expression of faco who was standing in tho front rank of tho exile party picked up tho gray linen bag that lay besido him on tho floor and with a slow clink clink clink of chains walked to tho inclosuro The examining officer compared his faco carefully with a photograph at-Â¬ tached to tho statoini spcosok or identification paper in order to make sure that the pale man had not exchanged nnmes with some other exile while a Cossack orderly exam- Â¬ ined him from head to foot and rum- Â¬ maged through his bag to soo that ho had neither lost nor surreptitiously sold the artioles of clothing that he had received In Moscow or Tlumon and that his stateinl speosok called for Is every thing there inquired tho officer Every thing replied the Cossack Stoopai Pass on said the Lieu Â¬ tenant and the pale faced man shoul- Â¬ dered his bag and joined the ranks of the received at the eastern ond of tho shed The photographs are a new thing whispered Colonel Yagodkln to mo and only a part of the exiles havo thorn They are intended to break up tho practice of exchanging names and Identities But why should thoy wish to ox change names I inquired If a man is sentenced to hard labor at the mines he replied and has a little momy he always tries to buy se- Â¬ cretly the name and identity of somo poor devil of a colonist who longs des- Â¬ perately for a drink of Vodka or who wants money with which to gamble Of course the convoy officer has no means of preventing this sort of trans- Â¬ action because he can not possibly remember the names and faces of tho four or five hundred men in his party If the convict succeeds In finding a colonist who is willing to sell his namo he takes the colonists place and is as Â¬ signed a residence In some village whllo the colonist takes tho convicts place and goes to tho mines Hundreds of hard labor convicts escape In this way George Kennan in Century ADRUFF HTCUBUUEIi DEALER IN Walebee Clocks Jewelry Silver and Plated ware etc Bpeoial attention given to SEWING DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES REPAIRIRTG Preaptly done and In a workmanlike manner i Cask Paid for Old C oId and Silver next door Ky g EST Dont lorget the place to the Post offlee Riebmond jsH4 lf 1 FATBITS Patents Caveats and Trade Marks procured Rejected Applications Re Â¬ vived and Prosecuted All business before the U 8 Patent Office prompt Â¬ ly attended to for moderate fees and 110 charge made unlet Patent is secured Send lor Inventors Guide may 8tr FRANKLIN H HOUGH Washington D C foe Carriages KENTUCKY CARRIAGE t WORKS Proprietor JOHN DONELSON EYEBROWS A Tonsorlal Artist Prescribes a Treatment AVhlch He Guarantees Will you havo your ayebrowB I treated sir asked an attendant In a fashlonablo tonsorlal establishment on Broadway the othor evening Tho customer assented and whon tho oper- Â¬ ation was completed a reporter ob Â¬ tained tho chair vacated When ho asked the man what treating tho eye Â¬ Pall--aad--Winter-brows consisted of and what was tho object he replied You have noticed that there aro CONSISTING OF many pooplo who havo very faint eyo brows In many cases being nearly im- Â¬ and perceptible This of course is very from the medium price to the highest It is our aim annoying to those who prido themselves to suit the public and to do it we have bought goods on thoir personal appearance and to suit everybody We do not keep shoddy but I conceived tho Idea of attempting to remedy tho defect First 1 clip tho good honest goods at honest prices We handle the hairs to au equal length and thpn best makes of custom goods and want a share of gontly but thoroughly rub tho skin your patronage if prices are a condition with sweet oil Of course ono trial will not accomplish the end but a few Respectfully will Should tho hair of the brows fall out or be burned I use a compound of fivo grains of sulphate of qulnlno cfe2X iy and ono ounco of alcohol This will not only causo tho hair to grow but will make it solf and glossy Do many como to you for this pur- Â¬ pose for shipment Oh yes I generally effect an im- Â¬ It is not an unoommon thing for ono of theso New Hampshire peg factories provement in a fow sittings and if in to turn out three hundred bushels of somo cases tho hair will not grow pegs dally and to consumo ono thousand thickly at first why tho customer re- Â¬ cords of wood a year turns with tho hope that it may be in-Â¬ A machine howovor has been In Â¬ duced to do so later which nearly al- vented to do away with tho shoo peg ways is tho case 2f T Mail and and it does away with It in a groat Express many instances This machine not MAIN How Women Bestow Charity only pegs but it also at the samo tlmo almost neatly cute out a peg from a Did you evor notico women doing strip of wood with which tho machlno charitable things Thoy aro so much is fed In preparing those strips the log is more gonuino than men When a man Is the place to go If jou want anything in fitted to the machine and revolved givos a beggar a dimo in the street against a sharp knife properly adjust- Â¬ overy body around him sees it and ed to the required width and thick Â¬ knows it Women dont seem to seo Diamonds Watches ness The roll thu3 cut off is beveled any body when they put a coin Into to form points for tho pegs and is then tho blind mans box Whore do wo Clocks Jewelry Fine fed to the pegging maohino Boston learn charity anyway but from our mothers You will boo a mothor and Gold Headed Silk Umbrollas Advertiser her little girl trotting along tho street Cruelty to a Father and at the corner a poor woman plays Gold Headed Oanos a wheezy barrel organ Tho mother One of Jones peculiarities Is nevor does not put tho quarter in tho box Fine Razors to admit that he Is fading well No herself She walks past and whon sho Fine Pocket Knives matter what species of suffering you has apparently quite ovorlookod tho are undergoing the form his sympa Â¬ beggar she stops and opens her saehol invariably takes is this Ive Sho goes through all thoso little Domestic Sewing Macliines thy just so maneuvers which drive a dry goods felt clerk wild but sho Is a different kind Suv t nJiw CTSgtMcaMaMgjBpiBay Tho othor day he canto hbme sick try slok to go down to his supper So of a boing now and whon she has fished AND ALL KINDS OF it was 6ent up to his room by Mrs out tho coin she gives it to her llttlo Jpnos who had prepared it herself child and sends her back to give it to SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES There is no kinder Among othor delicacies were six new the unfortunate laid eggs boiled to suit him One of garton lesson so beautiful as that It the children stayed with him ar4 Is the childs education in charity The boy grows up and forgote it Ho watched the ogg eatlng with interest YOUR As Jones took up the sixth ard last meets the world in a harder and more egg the little fallow reached out his practical way but tho girl grows up to boa woman and never forgets it and hand when she is a mother sho teaches her Lot me have it papa Jones glared at the child then ho oMldren this slmplo llttlo prindplo of sympathy for tho unfortunate Thera and SILVER and said huskily Take it it unnatural child i no couutry In the world where char Â¬ get new goods for ity 1b not almost entirely dispensed by and let your poor sirk father starve it or the Tommy tio tho egg Detroit Free tho agency of wpmoa ban Francisco Chronicle Press jSlT s hoe pegmaking inscnlounly Contrlied Stocblncry Used to lrodsco the Llttlo Things The shoe peg Is a simple llttlo thing and yet to make it and make it well requires quite Ingeniously contrived machinery Tho logs ore first divested of their bark and divided into sections corre- Â¬ sponding to the desired longth of tho peg Then comes four operations In the first place the wood Is passod under a small revolving cylinder which presses It upon pointed knives theso making minute grooves in tho under surfaco of the wood as it passes on toward completion Next the block is taken passed undor anothor cylinder whoso knives make grooves transverse to those made bo fore and the wood has now a surfaco of regular points Now the block is placed under tho splitting knife which is so arranged as to fall Into each of tho grooves mado in ono direction splitting the wood to tho base Again It Is passed under a knife which splits it crosswise thus separat- Â¬ ing each peg from every other peg A large revolving cyllndor heated then takes the pegs and drives thom a revolving wire cylinder sifts and sorts the various sizes and thoy are ready Progress In the Production of Appliances for Destroying Life And Property The investigations by tho House and Senate committees on naval and mili Â¬ tary affairs and appropriations into the question of providing for coast de-Â¬ fenses war ships etc havo had tho offoct of developing a great deal of In Â¬ teresting information In regard to Im- Â¬ proved war arms and ammunition The most interesting oxhlblt was mado by Goneral Hurst of Mississippi be Â¬ fore the House commlttooon naval affairs the other day Tho General exhibited a nowly lnvented reinforced cartridge which he proposes to Intro duoo in tho sldo arms rlflos and field pieces of the army and navy In tho first place tho cartridgo starts out on the principle that thero should bo three times as much powder in weight as lead or stoel steel missiles being- - used instead of the or Â¬ dinary lead For the purposo or of overcoming tho rebound kick a now prindplo is brought Into One third of tho powder requisition 13 exploded behind tho ball and when tho missile gets about four or five inches from its starting point tho two thirds of tho charge of powder is ex Â¬ ploded Thus tho resistance which is usually encountered in starting tho missile Is overcome and the two thirds charge of powder adds additional force In moving tiio ball by Its being on the move before the heavy discharge of powdor occurs General Hurst showed that he can shoot with tho common army rlflo a steel ball through an inch of solid stoel plate and that without obstruction the ball would bo forced a distance of four or five miles He pro Â¬ poses to shoot a large missile from a flold pioco a distance of twelvo or fifteen miles and to make it poactrato sixteen or eighteen inches of steel plate at a distance of threo or four miles and ho will shoot a steel ball from a side arm a distance of throe miles Lieutenant Znlinskls dynamite shells havo been doscribod heretofore Theso are fired from mortars and cannon a distance of from two to four miles and tho explosion will destroy tho most nearly Invulnerable ship or breastwork ever mode and It Is improbable that a ship or breastwork will over bo con- Â¬ structed that can withstand tho forco of those shells Lieutenant Graydon has also InÂ¬ vented a shell which can bo fired a longer distance and it Is said with greater security and accuracy than tho Zallnskl invention Lieutenant Gray dons sholls are loaded with a composi- Â¬ tion of his own invention which Is said to bo more destructive than any dynamite Walls of boiler plato and steol two feet thick havo been do stroyed by tho Graydon missilo ConÂ¬ gress proposes to appropriate 100 SOO for the purposo of manufacturing some of Graydons Inventions and giv Â¬ ing them a thorough test The ex Â¬ hibitions will probably bo conducted In the vicinity of Hampton Roads Va and somo old iron clods and monitors are to be tho targets Lioutenant Graydon says ho can dostroy any ship owned by the American Government at a distance of three or four miles by a slnglo shock Tho Krupp and Hotchkiss guns havo been distanced by some of the most newly invented implements for human destruction There havo been ex- Â¬ hibited before tho House committee on appropriations any number of rifles Ono model cannon and torpedoes torpedo Is tho invention of parties in Washington and is in tho form of a screw which can bo driven through tho body of any of tho heaviest mode Ono heavy gun which can be fired from a ship as well as tho earth has thrown a shot which peno tratod forty feot into hard gravel Somo models of eighty ton guns which consume S20 pounds of powdor at each dlschargo have boon exhibited Some of tho targets show that the im- Â¬ plements to destroy thom havo boon almost superhuman in their effective Â¬ ness One Inch plates of steel to tho accumulated depth of eighteen Inches havo been penetrated by somo of tho terrific stoel missiles propoled by powder force It 13 evident that when Congress finally mokes a purchase of implements of defenso In warfare It will procure tho best that genius and money can invent and purchase Washington Letter men-of-war MYSTERY How Apples nnd Cents and an Old Frolt Woman Got Illxod Thorols an applo woman onTremont Street who has each day a consignment of apples to sell and makes a point of getting rid of them If posslblo ovory day She does not like to havo stock left on her hands regarding clearlng out sales as demoralizing to trade The othor morning her boy Mickey and his chum Fatsoy were hanging around her stand and bothered her so much that she resolved to put them to soma use So she fitted out each of them with a basket and to her smart boy Mlckoy sho gave thirty of tho sixty apples and said Sell thlm for me ivery wan o1 thlm and sell om two for a clnt So Mlckoy started out with his thir- Â¬ ty apples Then sho called Fatsoy his chum In whoso honosty sho had more confidence than she had In his buslnoes abilities and gave him tho other thirty apples Sell thlm for mon aho said to Patsey and Boll em threo for a clnt Pateey sallied forth with the apples Two for a clnt an ond a smile three for a clnt said tho old woman to herself after the boys were gone that jlst two clntd for five Tho boys got In toward the middle of the afternoon with their baskote empty It was just as tho applo-woma-n Tho lower prlco had anticipated of Fatseys applos just about balanced Mickeys superior comxoorclal qualifi- Â¬ cations and tho boys camo in wlthir Mickey ton minutes of each Qo had the fifteen cents which his thirty apples had brought at two for a cent and Pateey had tbe ten coats which his thirty apples had brought at three for a cent That mado twenty flvo cents for tho old lady and as sho put tho money in her pockot sho remarked to the boy9 that she would see thom later Next day the boys came around bright and early and noted that tho consignment of sixty apples bad arÂ¬ rived but the apple woman had changed her plans She hod mado up her mind that she might as well sell tho apples from the stand and sot be under the necessity of seeing tho boys later So she sent them away empty handed And nown 6ald sho I will sell theapples the same as ylsterday fivo for two cents So sho put on tho pile of sixty apples a neatly executed placard which read five for two Sho Bold all the applos at that rate but when at night sho dis- Â¬ covered that sho hod realized but twenty four cents for tho sixty apples whereas the preceding day she had got twenty live cents for them with fivo going for two centa just tho same sho was struck with amazement and perÂ¬ plexity In tho namo of tho piper that played before Mosos exclaimed tho old woman phat Is gone with tho other cint Sho has not solved tho problem to her satisfaction yet and her frionds aro afraid that tho pondhcrln over It will drolvo her crezzy quite The worst of it Is that nono of her friends can afford any explanation of tho mys- Â¬ Boston Transcript tery V FINANCIAL OF FUN Tho truly perfect husband is tho puo who will oat his wifos plo soa3 not to hurt her foollaga Merchant FULL A A ft r x Traveler judge deep Child to its father a Oh papa my pussy In his papers Judgo Ton daysl stole a cracker Time not proper for you to turn around nnd But mam look after q gentleman ma I was only looking to soo if ho was looking to soo if I was looking iFliegende Blatter Dont you know Emily that it is GORMLEY AHU CO Somo people who bovo observed you said you didnt havo any mosqui- Â¬ Wo toes in this part of tho country But I can hear them dont dear No singing just as they do at home Tommy that Is a saw mill you hear Harpers Baxar Lawyor You say you made an What examination of tho premises Oh noth Â¬ Witness did you find ing of consequence a beggarly ac-Â¬ count of empty boxes as Shakespeare says Lawyer Never mind what Shakespeare said Ho will be sum- Â¬ moned and testify for himself if ho knows any thing about tho case Johnnio I wish I lived In South Why Johnnie America Mothor Tho mammas down thero dont wear Yea my soo but you any slippers must also remember that the llttlo boys in South America do not wear any pants Thats so Its queer that medicine ordered by tho doctor is seldom mora than half used get ahead of the druggist by finding out what ho charges for tho whole pro- Â¬ scription and then ordering half of it Aunty said a llttlo New Jorsoy boy who was on a visit I thought 3 MAIN STKEET RICHMOND KY janxi iy that I never thought about that Sitings at Saratoga tondorly Texas Ho - abdominal muscles But good gra- Â¬ cious no man can hold his breath and keep his abdominal muscles puckered up all the way from Liverpool to Bos ton Boston Transcript Judgo So you stolo a sandwich from tho lunch countor in a railway Tramps Yes your station did you Were you hungry honor Judge Tramp No your honor Judgo Thon what service could tho sand Â¬ Tramp I wanted to wich do you half solo my boots with It yourhonoc Boston Budget Captain Salthorso to landlady Mrs Haahotter can you tell mo whore I can purchase a largo quantity of this butter Mrs Hashettor gushingly Now my dear Captain What can you want of a quantity of that excel on t Captain Salthorso I Intend butter arming my marines with it in place of cutlasses as my experience with it hero convinces mo its a great thing to repel boarders Judge CANNON EVERYWHERE think I have met you boforo Miss Sho Smith Your face Is familiar Yes sir and those goods coldly that you warranted would wash I tried And then to give away to my maid the silence became so wide and solemn Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to AH Points North East that you could hear them pumping gas West and Southwest into the mineral springs Life Â¬ Line Between Lexington Hero Is a preventive of sea sick Cincinnati ness recommended by a London sharp SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 20th 1888 Hold your breath and contract your I KENTUCKY CENTRAL E R BLUE G XASS ROUTE and Past SOUTH BOUND No 2 Ex Sun No 4 Dally No 6 Ex San NORTH BOTJNW Livingston Herea illehKtoiHl Stanfonl Lancaster Rlehmond- Klcuraoml Winchester No 3 ttea 1015 2BU NoL No 5 Lve Covington 830 am Lve Kalmoath ioeo3 am Lve CynthianaJ 1105 am Arr iHris n4o am Arr Lexington 1230 pra Lve farts 1150 am Arr Winchester 123s pm Arr Richmond 200 pra cm p Arr IJiriOHSler 600 pm Arr Stanford Lve Kiclinionil 205 pra Arr Berea 320 pm Arr Livingston 45 pm 825 pm 200 pm 938 pm 328 pra KX24 1050 pm 1130 ptn pm 4 30 6ck 510 520 840 SC05 7 10 tig Lvo Lve pra Arr pra pm Lve Lve pm Arr pm Lve pm Arr pm Arr pm Lve Lve Lve Lve am 1145 g 130 p 2J Paris Arr Covington y5 P LextBgtou 3o P ParH P CynthtnnaJ 46 P Falmouth P pm 4 S 545 650 ra 4c jo am 740 am 825 am 4J prat 6ceo 96 am MC03 am 1135 T3S 8 IS am 300 pm 350 pm sm 430pm 515 pm 6 50 pm MAYSVILLE BRANCH bouth bound Lve Muyvllle No W No 12 Dally Dally Ex Sun Ex San 00 NORTH BOUND Daily Daly Kx Sun Ex Sun Nn9 No 11 JohnMn Arr lnrls Carlisle Millersuurg Lexington Covlnston - 635 729 753 820 915 1135 am am am am am am am 105 140 234 258 325 610 6oo pm Lve Covington- pm Lexlngtea pm raris- pra Arr Mlllerseanr pra Carlisla pm Johinon- pm Alnysvllte 830 am 857 921 am MC15 MC50 T3Sm 200 pm 42s 5 P am am 47Pa 6 11 pm 5 20 pni 7 05 pm 4 P r STAR SPANGLED BANNER Circumstances Which Suggested the Com position of This Popalar Sonff BACKWARD w LLACE RICES Have just gotten in an immense stock of Goods Aid GRADESS FRIGES WALLACE RIDE D P AEMEE THE STREET lglll JEWELER This patriotic song by Francis Scott Key was written in 1814 during tho By bombardment of Fort McHenry authority of President Madison Key had gone to tho British floet under a flag of truce to socuro tho release of his friend Dr Beanos who was de-Â¬ tained a prisoner on tho flagship The British agreed to tho release but not until after tho proposed attack on Fort McHenry which tho Admiral boasted ho would carry in a few Koy was detained In tbo hours English fleet with his friend tho ship that bore them being anchored at tho within full mouth of the Fatapsco view of the fort They watched tho flag of the fort during the entire day and when tho night prevented them from seeing It they still remained on deck noticing every shell from tho moment it was fired until it felL The bombardment suddenly ceased somo time before day but they knew not whether the fort hod surrendered or the attack boon abandoned At the first dawn of day thoir glassos woro turned to tho fort and with a thrill of delight they saw that our flag waa still tborei Tho song was begun by Key In tho fervor of tho moment and a few lines hastily jotted down on tho back of a letter with brldf notes that would help in reÂ¬ calling the others Ho finished it in the boat on the way to tho shore and wrote it out as it now stands immedi- Â¬ ately upon reaching Baltimore In an hour after It was placed In tho hands of tho printer It was on tho street was hailed with enthusiasm and at onco took Its place as a National song The music to which It was adapted Is an foot old French air long known in England Cannon to tbe rlgljt ot yon Cannon to the left of yon as Anacreon and afterward in Amer Notes and what Is still mora cannon pointed ica as Adams and Liberty directly at you till you almost feel as and Queries if thoy woro aimed with a purpose and as if they might suddenly open COST OF STRIKES their mouths and belch you forth as The Most Expensive War of Adjusting tho whale did Jonah though not upon ZAbor DUUcnltles tho land but into tho midst of tho The labor strikes for the six years seat Â¬ 1881 86 wore 3903 and 22336 estabGibraltar impresses itself upon tho lishments were involved In 1887 thero visitor both through the eye and tho were 853 strikes but the details havo oar by Its sights and its sounds tho not yet boon summarized If the somo latter especially at the season when average prevailed in 1887 tho estab- Â¬ tho troops of the garrison begin their lishments involved would number 4 artillery practice There is one day 862 For the six years tho number of in the year when all this culminates employes in tho revolting establish Â¬ when tho British lion roars tho loudest ments was 1662045 At the samo It Is tho Quoons birthday when rate of proportion tho strikers tho gun rock mounted on in 1887 would number 863074 tho highest point of tho rock 1400 In the period of six yeats there feot in air gives tho signal which is were also 21821ockouts involving 173 immediately caught up by the galleries 905 employes In tho State of New below one after the othor and tho York Pennsylvania Massachusetts batteries along tho soa an3wor to thoso Ohio and Illinois 7474 par coat of the from the mountain side until tho strikes and 9080 per cent of tho lock- Â¬ mighty reverberations pot only sweep outs resumed These five States con- Â¬ round tho bay but across the Mediter-Â¬ tain 49 per cent of tho manufacturing ranean and far along tho African Now as to the results shores Nothing llko this Is seen or establishments of thoso strikes 10407 woro success- Â¬ heard in any other part of the world ful 3004 partially and 8910 failed Of The only parallel to it is in tho mag Â¬ tbo lock outs 60 por cent failed Tho nificent phenomena of nature as in a leading causes of tho troubles woro storm in the Alps when reduction of hours increase of wages Not from one tons cloud and both combined Tho losses are Bat OTery mountain now hath found a tongne as follows for the six years and at tho And Jura answers from her misty shroud aloud Back to the Joyous Alps that calls to her somo rate for 1887 Cor If T Evangelist e tyeau ism oss to strikers Some Homely Fancies 39816163 flS072S2S Loss to employes Belle to strikers 34104014 4430504 7444984 878105 Tbe Stents and Bounds of Gibraltar Fir- Â¬ ing the Royal Salute On tho eastern eldo the rock rises directly out of tho sea so high and steep that no man can set his foot upon it that not even a goat can climb it over which only tho sea birds soar and scream But on tho other sldo whoro tho town lies and by which It Is ap- Â¬ proached from the bay tho rock has a dlfierent appoaranco rising gradually in a woll roundod mass which presents tho figure of a lion couchant an En Â¬ General Offices Covington Ky glish lion you may call it or perhaps an African lion which has torn Itself from Its native desert and hero lies prooo upon the shore with its head raised towards tho continent on which it has ventured with a bold air as if it intended to take possession The more Roads gently ascending surface of the west- cm side If not so imposing as a cliff yet lends Itself to more va- QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO riod lights and shades than a form like Capltan in tho Yosemlto that of El Florida Birmingham Chattanooga which darkens tho earth with its New Orleans mighty shadow Henoo It is that wo Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the climb the Book of Gibraltar as bo maty ever climbed El Oapitoa and doscood it also stopping at many a point by tho way to take in tho enchanting viva of land and sea Whllo nature has done so rouobatf Gibraltar man has dono etUl mora by THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST what ho has built upoa lfc for 00 this rock ho has reared tho greatest f octrees In the World Of its strongth as a Mornins and fortification only soldiers can form a the Important Cities of the South without change full estimate but an ordinary traveler RUNNING THROUGH CARS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IN like myself can soo Its mighty de Â¬ Anlir T UI11J JLllliC TWENTY EIGHT HOURS fenses If I were to describe Gibraltar Travelers have a choice of two kinds of Sleeping Car on in one short word it would be Guns Cnoninl JJ O UCti Kntinn QUEEN AND CltESOBNT ROUTB gunst gunsl You see guns everyÂ¬ doirdllCLlcll and Pullmans Finest Palace Buffet Sleeper State RoomManns itiegant Bou- Â¬ lluOet Car Patters where over your head and under your No 32 leaves Covington at 830 a m ar- Â¬ rives Falmouth 1030 a m Sundar only No 31 leaves Falmouth at 430 p m ar- Â¬ rives Covington 630 p m Sunday only No 15 leaves Lexington 715 p m ar- Â¬ rives Paris 755 p m No 8 leaves Covington 520 p m ar- Â¬ rives Falmouth 720 p m No 7 leaves Falmouth 550 a m arrives Covington 750 a m Daily Except Sunday No 3 Daily between Richmond Note Lexington and Covington No 4 Daily between Covington Lex ngton and Winchester On Saturdays this train rues through to Rkhnond Ky others are daily except Sunday Direct connection ts made at Winchester with Chesapeake and Ohio for Mt Merlins Ashland Uonlinctoft Charleston W s and Eastern Cities FAST LINE Nos 3 and 4 ran via Wln eheaterSolld Trains with Psllraau Sleeping Cars oetween Cincinnati and Richmond Vs and Winchester and Washington D C Through Tickets and Kugnge Checked to any destination reached by n rallrimd For fall particulars address or call oa any aeutot tbe Company or S F B MORSE E H BACON Geo Trav Pwsr Agt Agt Covington Ky Lexington Ky H E HUNTINGTON F BCAltR Agt GenI Manager Rlehmond Ky Par QUEEN AND CRESCENT ROUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Pricp Points Soni East Night Trains ai Sowest SSktJfifgFXt nd passengers holding tleketa via thl 1 ne art Grand Central Union Depot In Cincinnati therefore sa ved transfer across the City and are assured a Journey attended with spreA comfort and convenience Nearly All the Leading Railroads cSt fiS Trarel Yia- - Queen and Crescent JOHNCGAULT Southnarsaa UBe ot th General Offices St Pant Building West Fourth St Cincinnati Ohio DGEDWARDS General Manager Acting General Passenger Agent R CARROLL RXRYAN General Superintendent General Freight Agent J QUINLAN General Advertising Agent IS J M A Higgins GROCERY OH UPPER IIN STREET Special attention is called to the following celebrated bran 3s ot Roasted Coffee Pure Rio Combination of Rio Java and Mafacaibo Pare Moc ha Pure Private Plantation Java Pare Arabian Mocha and Genu ine Male Berry Java These gccd3 are all kept in air tight tin cans New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and qualities STAPLE FANCY GROCERIES OZG Queens ware Glassware WoodcnwTc Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs TOBACCOS ARS Etc aug7i0 1 y bring m Old Gold Now add to all this tho money losses in derangement of business tho suffer- Â¬ ings of thoso out of work the cost to tho public of police and military pro- Â¬ tection and tho product would bo something oven more enormous and most demoralizing to the community The average loss to a striker by tho above table is 36twblch means a good deal to the laboring people in Â¬ volved and in view of the results reached suggests the inquiry whother there is not a better way to adjust labor difficulties than by methods inÂ¬ volving great losses to labor as well as capital and business in general- Journal of World1 Statistics Quarrelsome church choirs should be sent to Portland Me for training In ono church in that city tho soprano tenor basso and organist have not fought or been changed hi V catty ura Brethren of tho oloth Tailors Undertakers are clever boxers Many an actress is born to blush en sceno Lvo told tho first snako story The block head Is of a wooden frame of mind Another namo entwined with victory ECHLEft FAIDVP GAFIXAX STOCK 300000 CO 3 Victor Tho most lofty sporting baserball reporter notices low liners Homer must have been the heaviest hitter of the ancient Grecian league Thats why seven cities claimed to bo his birth place The fair bather with tho scantlesi wearing apparel at the seaside still has a surf fit of her bathing clothes Strngo that truth should Ho at tho bottom of bu GO et years there its tho whole truth The volgh of tho transgressor Is hard arked tho sheriff as ho fdroect ia resisting culprit on tha a well especially as down MANUFACTURERS P usiness and nt Pleasure Vehicles t u J Pranrtalar umi 9nla Hew sclc J Detroit Frtt Press SEKT SOB CATALOGUE 10 35 Work Guaranteed 0lt n r -- hlTW-i a Xtrpnaeted