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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 V r Pi My RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21 1888 RELIGIOUS the Presbyterian faith from various States in the South left Loul ville la t A company of nine missionaries of M IT LHfeJ - CP33e I 23 VOLUME run jfjianiB II THE PUBLIC DEBT Decrease Daring October 4555055 Since July 1 1SSS 28294020 Â¬ NUMBER meat 1 max of Chicago Hutrhinsflii and bis 1ceal- - iaritirs PiitsuurK WiJhl Iio is reepoiisiWe for the T e man in er ia wlnatisoiieof Ihequaiul- - mgz ilett most Mccesiiil and - operators oil the CIiIchro board r Ho i wwth a round 10000- t rJt Hi- - name is Heitjamiu P Hutoh nobody thinks of calling j s i liut ijtiiitis but OW Hutch He has I s ali r vuibful bMk and Pirijhtly He Is a liuzli lie fa over frixty - i s muldereil stalwart and al j ijiii in dresf jj tiinrattic in manner and will i p p1 L- Washington- - Nov 1 The follow ing is a recapiuilation of lliedebt state Â¬ week for San Francisco en roule lo ment iwued In day China and Japan Among the num Interebt bearing debt ber were Rev C G Brown and bride Bonds at 44 per cent- 197302000 of Virginia who lost all their baggage Bonds at 4 per cent 6i2o6Si to in a wreck at Charleston W Va but Refundini certificates at 4 Cent Pacific H R bonds ccnt ARE YOU TOO RICH TO AVE DOLLARS WHAT SHALL I IDO TO SATE THEM iS3 per cent Navy pension fund at 3 per 129620 14000000 - at 6 per 616351 were generously supplied with a new outfit by the ladies of the Second ami Third Presb lerian churches of Louisville refully It Will Tell Yon How Let Her Go Gallagher SAYS in His House Â¬ Tke Fun Hegins ILook Shari EC J STZEIRflfcTGr lore Mjnibrerorusty he refuses to ill uhere the lel of lial ott call placesbared liend- tor wiciety c jc j - even alleged that he tiiuully bat for a nightcap tbI H sin Charles Hutcbhimi is Mill i j n man He is worth a milliou i resident of the board of trade j ia nie head of the rkrh Cotton ex- Lank He is also a natron of i - pre ident of the Chicago arl t a ire liut the tM man doseut be art i He even swears at art as i miar at any thing else He was a tj iiiigu ied man when he heard 1 i hurley bad paidSl200 for a pic- if three or liwr fcheep by Rosa c j j 1 -- vDif irel to talk with llieblmb- me titor on Hie open lMmnl In f iitiinipr lie wears an old brown t tat This he exchanges when 5 iv ponies for a big Visiy Sometimes ny biiccessful business men HiitcliiiiMin came from Sew Kncland After leaving Ills L m Lyon Mass lie ttarted a dry k Knre tiit was otiiigbt in the f lsY7 and kuockeil out with pii m liutnliiies and pmall assets He mnied lately- - to Chicago and be rni ga j i legating on the board In two tlj- - n i aid nil bis debt down East si i a in- beginning of the war was - r mi all emliurraiMiieiit Ever - lia- - been growing richer and t t1 g- I ir he n i lij i li f -- - t- - r il H j j r Ta J j 1 a not lieen a bold speculator avoided lig deals and owner i made it a MHnt to show a n Hie eid of each day He is a i ami no one Knows tietler the of one eighth of 1 percent mulli by millions of ImiIii4s quickly I and mi the right shleof the led- Jit cm to jump in quick and out at opiHirtuuity nhowiug n profit He liites a loss worse than poor man uittiall ills stake and has been In ii In to id ii with a million jtnli- lie it ami then cloe nut on a ilt ije if i He dalibles in real estale oi li- ame plan He ill buy a tract if ami fr SIOOOOO ami ell it the next i i i 1UI0U if he call get it He mi much nut itf the Mit and call K - ie For a viMatioii of the rule Le n man was suspended from the j j il fur ninety days li Huchiusou is very secretive I - sjiI that once he voluntarily sent lo a friend who was in trouble f ure gratitude The man told i This so angered the old nvin Iia he has not epoken to him since 12r Hutchinson lives in the Century id tlie four story brown mansion ifros from the toaid of trade t ikes niit of his meals there i i rc ignizes the value of economy in e i ilepartmeut and cmistituliug l a elj as comuiisstiry geneial he i s ih maiket basket on his arm talks among the commission iu M liants ofS- - Water street From iini lie a ks ami gels Ixittom figures r e ill stand no trifling When a kster tries to gel another nickel f is potatoes the old mans face U m gi s to an apoplectic hue aud he u unces the robtier on thesjiot T sCenturi club by the way is like f Maines I nisi s largely a private i The few members ou its rolls v ounce spirits uho are uilling to j in a friendly game of whist or - r I wiUi Mr Huichiu oii Mr H rliiusoud drink Is whisky This The Chicago is told of him iTti conipaoy occp4es the norli t c truer of Monroe street and Wash i in avenue Mr Hutcbinsou has a ari interest in the firm aud as he k s to inspect his property in his own j an 1 at his own time lie has a key ie store The show window i3 a II li ii - - i- 1 -- r- atlair aud richest rugs are i3 vn upon a hard wood floor haud ome draierles from a tasteful back Cr ua J and a couch fit for the queen Elies the picture One night so the i jry Koes Old Hutch had a jag r as Ihey say in the untutored ts and lie concluded to go to the r re He looked through the stock lila satisfaction and then was about t leave when his eye caught the peat wiudow He was tired aud in a iwaut after as lie threw himself cn the couch he was fust asleep and tre he was hat and all when lie a li cuvered early iu the morning Tlie wheat deal iu which Old Hutch L m been engaged is in many respects liisiLoit important operation It pre uts him in a newllgbt and a glimpse cf a ntw phase of his many sided char eerjstics is given He is not seen kw time as a scalper working for TUk and narrow margins He has n master of the situation through e y tlaborate Tlie softest he knew it Host of Mr Hutchinsons money is iu toe shape tif quick assets and when he bought a large Uie of stocks be lias 838 paid for it iu cash He has lever been a man to attract a royal aud ea jatt following being almost too vol- 1f hile lacking in tenacity of rprse he has more than made up for ia quickness of perception and accu r7 of judgment He lias of course Uu losses but they have been kaiid small in comparison with his 1 nt and cesses J American Missionary Society Iiradquarters at Boston have pur- in Lexington fifteen acres of a kuown as the Drake place West of e K L Asylum or 1le forks of the Georgetown and u pikes and will erect llierp a S r t ie manual training and iwcducatiju of colored children u 1 e ie Last Sunday the first Sabbath In We inaugurate the greatest sale of CLOTHING ever attempted 6 cents per yard Heav3 Brown Cotton at 95s23i282 November was Mis ionary Sunday in 7169196 Jot too many Cant wait longer on the weather Choice Calicoes at 5 cents per yard Owing to the advanced stae of the season and all the unfavora- Â¬ in Richmond the Presbyterian churches and has OVERCOATS Got too many SUITS Must get rid of them So t9O529--47- S Good Canton Flannels at ble weather we have been having he has 84 cents per j ard been named as the day of prayer for Debt 011 which interest has come right along You will get THE BEST BARGAIN YOU EVER tnecau eof mission The firsi week Good all wool Red Flannels at 15 cents per yard ceaed since maturity that has heretofore been Good wool Dress Goods at GOT IN YOUR LIFE frincPal 2365 6S5 iu Jauuaiy 10 cents per yard Interest 163110 observed as the week of prayer by the Good Bleached Cotton at G cents per yard Good Overcoats at 400 is a hummer Presbyterians has been abolished and T-- S2S795 Bad Comforts at 500 k a daisy 75 cents each It is not GOODS but MONEY ho wants and to get it he has Good Overcoats at Missionary Suuday substituted The Oebt bearing no interest Good Overcoats at ff 00 is a dandy Board of Foreign Missions announced Old demand and legal tender Bed Blankets at 125 per pair notes Good Overcoats at IKT 70 k a beauty 346737S23 early iu the year Unit they would en Good all wool Skirts at 100 each Certificates of deposit Good Suit of Clothes at 11560000 deavor this year the centennial to 500 is a howler Gold certificates Ladies all wool Hose at He now gives every one Good Suit ol Clothes at 25 cents a pair The goods must go as money he wants 14061365S raise 51000000 Dr Maniu iu the 750 is a rfeer Silver certificates 2 9763i53 a chance to supply themselves Good Quality Jeans at 20 cents per yard course of his remarks at the Second Good Suit of Clothes at Fractional currency less 8- 1000 is a screeeher Preslij lerian church Sunday slated 375 934 estimated as Iot or destioyed 6921316 that contributions to the uniuiiut of SOOOOOO had been received by the Principal f37635949 Board Of this amount Total debt the Indies had Principal - 1696124 917 given S295500 45000 iu excess of any Interest 733- - 307 previous donation by them Danville Advocate Total -- f 1703457224 Less cash items available for Jj 4 3 i i 3 4J At a Methodist conference iu Colum- Â¬ reduction of the debt 391675218 DRESS JIEXS SUITS p -- iooAJlL bus Ohio two Jewish Rabbis one of Less reserve held for redemp- Â¬ GOODS CL0TIIES tion of Uuited States notes loooooooo Ohio and another of Mississippi at- Â¬ S S of cp i s Mtended were ceremoniously presented P jqi67c2iS aud lotal s O invited to seats among the dele- Â¬ Total debt less available cash gates Such a thing as his probably cmr1 TIT tR llems FROM HEROD AND Net cash in the Treasury- - 74491960 never occurred liefore iu the history of SHIRTS COTON0 B00TS- P religion When it Is considered that s i DeDt less cash in the Treasi P CJD Jews have been for thousands of ury Nov 1 iSbS P 1137290036 the O rZ J of selling Handsome Jackets at 4 years the most exclusive of all religious Debt lest cash in the Treas- Â¬ by Amelie Rives revealing an array ot the Finest ury Oct 1 iSSS 1141875655 sects two of their priests thus meeting JEASS YC0ATS SILVWI - z Line of Ladies Custom made Shoes every pair ni the overture of Chil iian denomina- Â¬ ill COMIC PRODUCTON Dicreae of debt during the i tions with something of mutual recog- Â¬ fl O month warranted 4585619 O nition between the two opposing sys Â¬ Decrease of debt since June entitled New Designs in New Markets at 500 3 30 ibSS 28294620 tems is gratifyingly suggestive It is M OQ r Cash iu the Treasury availO 3 f a- another of the numerous incidents and Jh 22 able for reduction of the 1LIu4XD SmtTS- - HOSIERY R S cn Hi evideuees presenting themselves now Â¬ public debt O V of King Lewis Quatorzes Reign reviewing hr ele- Â¬ adays of the increase of lilieiality ami Gold held for gold certificates gant line of Misses and Childrens Shoes actually outstanding very c which is calculated to do 140613 65S fraternity 53 C S pretty of parting with twenty five styles of Childrens Silver held lor silver certifi- Â¬ -- i far more good than wrangling and C r J2 to beltokl scene cates actually outstanding 2297S3152 pulling at cross puriHises among tlio e Cloaks at such awfully low prices U S notes held for certifiJACIOirrS BLAKJOSTS CLOAKS who believe in one Creaor and who M cates of deposit actually s gO outstanding 11580000 desire to advance human morality O 5 Cash held for matured debt Oh universally Daily Oregonian Z Giving a true but faint idea of the immensity of and interest unpaid 3 9697992 -Fractional currency 416 Z The members of tire colored Baptist S wherein occurs that grand rush for our Oloak Room Stock of Mens Boots beginning full stock at 25 CORSETS GLNUIIAMS w church have for some time been an Total available for the rein which we are selling such cheap and marvelous nnytd in their religious worship by 11 duction of the debt 391675218 number of colored loughs who no there Reere fund bargains S Held for redemption of U S for any purpose but to worship Fri- Â¬ notes acts of January 14 on Boys Boots in all grades at marvekmsly hw day night Thomas Hine- - who has G- FLANNELS 1S75 and July 12 1S2 rs 100000000 already won a reputation of heing loo from Ben De Unavailable for the reduction prices ready with his pistol went to the of the debt sription 2t 3 G Fractional silver coin 24oS576S church ami raised a di turl nice and Minor coin 9Ml4 on being remonstrated whh by Henry c c gr CO Showing to the Ladies the most beautiful Seal Plush BROWN TABLE of the most complete line of Boots ami Shoes for Singleton the aged sexton drew his hllUi- oiai crq 24179183 M COTTON O LINENS Sactiues Visitcs and Exquisite Raglans at marvelous pistol aud fired twice at Singleton Certificates held as cash Men Boys Ladies Misses ami Children ever w 33958116 O S s OGQ Net cash balance on hand 74491869 without effect Thos Singleton the low prices vJ O n Richmond sou of the sexton was standing near 2 m P- - S3 St Total cash in the Treasury by at tlie lime and pulled his own pop O as shown by tlie Treas- Â¬ r i ffl urers general account- - 624304 4S7 firing at Hiues the bull taking cllect C m in the fleshy part of Hines liack in C3 J CU CD INVEST YOCK 3I0NEY IS KENTUCKY Hiding a slight wound Tom Single- Â¬ 4- The Courier Journal gives some ton was arrested ami hud 11 hearing sound advice in the subj lined editorial before Judue Curd well on Monday A JLiO WV XJ tc nfFovnI JWll irn V XJ VIV There has been an enormous amount morning and was held iu the sum ol J SI 00 to auswer any indictment that of money sent out of Kentucky for in- Â¬ vestment at a distance in enterprises might be found against him for wound that do not promise any more than ing in sudden iieat of aliray and was those we have around us in our own filled 25 and ten days i 11 j lil for car- Â¬ islate and it is curious to try and dis- rying concealed deadly weapons cover upon what grounds an invest- Â¬ Harrod burg Democrat ment in iauds mid stocks iu Colorado At the recent reunion of the Orphan or Kansas is so much more attractive Brigade at Frankfort Ihere were several to the Kentucky capitalists and the d aud one vets present Keutuckiau who has saved a few tliou the names of whom armed we recorded for the saud dollars for investment than the viz Woody Long same opportunities at home Kenmore Circuit Clerk of Cyiilhiana who tucky which coutaiiies an area of FAILS Beware of Fraud as vaj name and the price tS BestCURES WHEKE ALL USE good Use EST likeCniige smau Sione loaa leg under Cough Syrup Tastes fas are stamped on the bottom of all mr advertised frj 40000 square miles contained at the JSCRIBNER5 in tune Sold by druggists shoes before leaTlnp tlie factory whtcli protect uJ Morgan at Cyiilhiana but won a wife fI IImagazine the wearers against blll prices and Inferior pood MLsjM last census a population of of 1650000 WW If a dealer offers V Unufrlaf shoes at a reÂ¬ Charlie Klein of Jawrei ce duced price or says lie lias tliem witltout mr name or 4122 pipuhitiau to the square mile there 9 and price stamped on the bottom put him down as burg lost leg at Atlanta Georgia was At the same time Colorado with 1 beliovo Pisos Cure gj M W Verden of Regiment for Consumption saved M nearly three times the area contained iu 2nd 3 Lexington iu Second Regiment lost a mv life A II Doweli a population of only 187 to tlie square Editor Enquirer Eden- his leg at Cbickamauga in Suuday mor Â¬ 23 1887 ton N C April mile while Kansas with double the S fight S J Hanks of Lawrence area had 1219 to the square mile nings burg Ky lost leu al Dallas Georgia AT McKEES OLD STAND California wllli lour limes the area JIl PwTJ 4J3 John Abbot of Frankfort of the Sixth had a population of 554 to the square Ky lost leg utShiloh James Burns lives of inter-mile Since 1 3i0 there ha of cour e Cor Main Richmond Ky of Frankfort of Louisiana Tigers lost -been a very great change iu the e value is fimv and beautifully QQJ aad legat first battle ol Manassas James figures Kauas has now a population of chained a more and MoGuire of Lawrenceburg Second Ky nearly 2000000 while Kentucky has exceeding national Then Cow- Â¬ lost leg at Fori Doiielsou a population of quite 2000000 and v M The best Cough Medi- - E herd of Louisville or Lagrange Fourth copies1 monthly Colorado hae perhaps 400000 Yet KentucKv cine is Pisos Cure tor tj H lost his right arm on July Consumption H Children it is 11 siugular fact that Keuluckians 22d ISfu at Atlanta J II Williams A ftPRICE 25 CENTS A NUMBER-M take it without objection will invest their money iu these Stales By all druggists 25c H Luwreneeburg Ky lost leg at Baton of which in spite of their rapid increase Rouge He lives now at Jacksonville lil 1 fai VsiflTg wTWTr SMS3LaJL8Hvtnth by per cent ire silll very sparsely fAessrs W E Thompson Flag Fork Illinois CURES WHERE ALL ELSE f AILS bel- Â¬ liopulaled in preference to bio Poblishcw enable us Charles 5cribner5 Franklin county lost arm at Stone Congh Syrnp Tsstcsgood 080 Sf fed Boat ter lands with more valuable resources Rivdr Lxl in time Soldbydrucrcists r3 J W Green of Owcutou trie offer- 5CRIBNERS MAGAZINE nearer the markets and nearer a dense Fifth Kentuckey lost leg at Jonesboro population Georgia ron mar7 ly YEAR GEHTS FURHISHIHG CLIMAX AT 275 GOODS TRUNKS VALISES Two years ago 1111 English company GENTLKaiEX onlv ilf ST KS TATTrSS Shw month Til with a capital of 5OC0OO0 began to inIn He SO TACKS or WAX THREAD to Iu the Franklin Circuit Court tlie hurt tl feet car as liand sewed and A 1 LI vest in tlie mineral region of Kentucky CO TO caseof the Commonwealth against Jas KOT1CIP AV I DOURLAS 4 snOE the orilnl near Cumberland Gap The company W Tate late State Treasurer and his LAHGEST and onlr lnnj sewel welt shoe Kquais BED FACTORY was made up of the wealthiest practi- Â¬ sureties 011 Iiis bonds Judge Mont fort shoes rostimr from to S9 EXCLUSIVE V L DOUOIAS S0J5O 1OLICE SIIOE Tlatlroail Men and letter Carrier ail wear them cal iron masters in Great Britain on his own motion continued them un- Â¬ TtTTf iir r 7t bfuooth Inside as a Hand Sewed Mioe No Tacks VIA THE W or Wax Thread to hurt the feet Their object was to secure plenty of til the next term He said the plead- Â¬ BRUNSYICK FOLDING BED W L UOUGL AS SSJSO SIIHC Is nnexeeHed mineral laud and lo found manufac- Â¬ ings are not yet fully made up An Â¬ for lieavT wenr Ileot Calf Slne for the prlee Man- Â¬ Paul Minneapolis w Simplest Most Durable Best Tioiris sz2fiin tlie world forturing towns where they could produce swers have been filed by the sureties St rtANS SlIOi H Hie liet wearhorkisca man a Tear rmiti wear one iatr outrlit I iron and steel to supply the growing aud the Commonwealth by her attor- Â¬ AV 1 DOUGLAS Sii SIIOK OU 1SOVS c itoba Railway Twenty Different Styles is the best Seliool Sltoe in the worltl i of the United States aud avoid neys have demurred to the answers market w duugus si73 voirnra school Hade in All Hindi of Wood Sltoo feives the small Boys a chance lo wear the the heavy duties upon foreign made Tlie issues of law raised by the demur be shoes in tlie world Cannot get out of onlcr even under Al nude In Contrres Ildtton and Tare If not Ul most careless use iron The company lias been so en- Â¬ rers are said o involve the whole of QBK3XK sol bv jour dealer write W L DOUGIVS RKOCltTON 31ASS couraged by the outlook that it has in- Â¬ the merits aud upon rulings of the A MAGNIFICENT It is so accurately JACK FKEEMAX Agent Iticlimond Ky creased its capital to 10000000 and is court will depend all the rights of all balanced a mere child S 24 can handle it already actively engaged in the con- Â¬ the parties The State must win or Sarefl rent and tori for struction of important railway lines lose on the questions now raised by the DULY TRAIN SEBVICE CLOSED an extra room jntt the and in the building of a tunnel through demurrers OFEK thin for a small bed room With all the bedding in 3 in long Cft Cumberland Gap which have long The Montana Express 82-- It Is tho BEST I Buy no other been conceded to be one of the engi- Â¬ Mr Edgar Watts a member of the neering necessities of the South It is firm of Watts Bros proprietors of the To send us 40 cents WILL BE INAUGURATED If yonr Furnitare Dealer hasnt it write for Catalogue to not to be presumed that men like those new hotel at Cumberland Gap a promfor one of our composing this company having long inent English capitalist aud a large 10 1888 Fort Wayne Furniture Co Fort wayne Sole Manufacturers experience would have invested their investor in that section met with a pro- Â¬ 15 27 money and largely increased the iu serious accident last Thursday mornCars Drawing Room Elegant Dining vestment without the expectation of ing which resulted in the loss of his Sleepers Ilondsome Day Coaehes results of the greatest possible magni- right hand Mr Watts was out hunt Â¬ and FREE Colonist Sleepers Already the preliminary signs ing aud iu climbing a fence his gun tude SEAT FASTENER THE of activity throughout the whole region slipped from his baud aud in catching 64b FARH WREHCHES WITH KITCHEN AND LAVATOBY jy j of South eastern Kentucky have been it the load was discharged passing Ueht Handy and Strong will Outwear and Oat THIS IS THE apr 18 tf last two Ordinary Wrenches so encouraging that almost every in- Â¬ through his hand and rendering am- Â¬ Â¬ proved putation necessary Pineville Messenvestment iu that direction has TO AID BEST highly profitable and in some in- Â¬ ger AsElleich by persons stances the profits made The Three Great Cities of Montana Household S D Set A number of German citizens of upon real estate purchases equal and Tbte set consists of a Rosewood Handle and four interchanKeabJe bJarles 2 screw driTera aud surpass the Imaginative tales so widely Covington iiave purchased an immense GREAT ALLS S chisel fltttoe flame all nocked in a neat wood box Tuw tool ia constantly useful everywhere exploited from tlie West In several tract of land in Eastern Kentucky con- Â¬ around ho Imuss at the ofttce in the shop on EYEB INVENTED and small town suw and grist thefarui Sent fret on receiptor 5 I GO localities in South eastern Kentucky taining a lands which two or three mills coal and iron mines salt works wild Ask Your Local Dealer Sample maps and information apply to In an can ft locks the seat flrmlr and ImmOTablr and Tft ItTownbe ebansredand State tnjtant for Sole sent and Countj Rtshts years ago sold at from fifty cents to natural gas wells and a large variety of For 8100 per forthem if he haa not pit them he will cet them cnts in ytur home tloketiaKenv to y agent li partiesSpurchaslnsstamps or these Scatdown set rlU be sold at a Terr low Jignre Address Faitenen terrltorXt for you or we witt eud eitlier on receipt of price S3ppracre have since sold at 10 to timber and are paying for it 011 the S3 aboTe Send itump for our ittuttratcii cata-S UADOER A Tibum IS Y f the company or plan Their comp oyuc There haa been a gen- building association S50 per acre F I WHITNEY CO ELIEIGE eral and very substantial appreciation any is to be known as the Beehive The intention Ls to Plsntsvlllc Conn GenlPassTkt ARt of values throughout all of the moun- Land Assoclatian SI 24 20- St Paul Minn tain counties and this is shown very colonize the property incorporate the iOSINESS UOLLEGE strikingly iy the Increase of values for town and oiler free land limber and School books at Whites Drug Store Maysvllle Hook Keeping Short Hand Telegraph School Books at Whites Drug Store taxation reported iu Bell Harlan Lee gas fuel to manufacturers Write for Catalogue and full information and St near Garnett House tf tf near Garnett House scd St Breathitt aud other comities adjacent Bulletin Principal Interest M ta He fits 3ZABS5 BESSSF GUTS Y FRIGES THE EKFEISSE OF STBESSG Dont Miss It MakeS Lire and Take No Chances LOOK Is o 3 - - t THE LAUGHABLE PAEOE o Â¬ g o - c look i i o c GLIMPSES MARIAMNE THE SERIO rig ah rs Â¬ THE TOUCHING DRAMA S k a c 5 m i o HISTORIC REPRESENTATION p p - - Â¬ THE APT TRAGEDY Ye Tears S a 2 o gO o o o i B- SKETCHES FROM REAL LIFE ii A SHORT RECITATION ceo n c B2JSS3 towiS- or Scene How the beatiful was made Hurs Famous UNar rs sP o o 2 KALEIDOSCOPIC VIEW - o hLj i m AT STRESIG S aXjl AT STRENGS o i SP Â¬ Â¬ 1C kDJr fTLiirr in Jl KsXjj Wliv persist in doing so when the opportunity rii get good goods at a small profit YALUE EOR VALUE Dont delay time is money money saved is money made Now is the chance at our Great Sale of Bargains I am the house you want to call on Seeing is believing and if you will call you will ever believe I am The Great Bargain Man f fmc2 UiiV kJ htiqq tn VWiHJi Sreat Sale of Bargains R AT STRBNGS that he can afford to pay more for an article than its value 3 S 3 2 o o c H one-leg-ge- Kfo HO West ESain bteiemg i First and Streets Street Richmond Ky M 41 as of Keutui-kiaii-Cilize- Â¬ 1 i j Site ga I scribner cisyywpg MAGAZINE illmSJ 1 iffT X I a R ie f-- lasting its readers literature est it mmm illustrated has already 12500Q circulation than S55S2SC Tlie Cloiliiez W It - e a i a a YEAR 3 with S JLm aT to- - 1 ig tens to IHarrllhH the Jons - ind w 4 i it L fDOUCLAS PER 3SLHOE Â¬ MONTANA F0LD1E in the World 1 4t SSSV Umbrellas Walking Canes t liSftgS t0 l A superb line of Cuffs Collars Handkerchiefs Hosiery Cravats li c I A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men We Want ioui Clothes for all kinds of men Â¬ NOVEMBER m Â¬ Â¬ LOMTT PATENT 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 THE ONLY LINE MTSST YOU WAOT HELENA BUTTE Doors Sash Blinds Brackets - Shingles Laths Mouldings Â¬ I Â¬ Lime Cement Hair Main Street below 2nd Presbyterian Church Richmond Ky stssHasP Rough and Dresssed Xdiiniher LOUISVILLE KY 11 fcsv 1 sssssssssssKJsfiB asHaiS 5 TR li THE CLIMAX PU8U6MBB EVERY WEDNESDAY BY THE let it be ever so near or remote he has to be told and if you are not exceedingly particular he will get it wrong even then drunk and going home attempted to kill her wheu she seized a pistol and got in her work first killing him in stantly Â¬ Climax Feinting FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE 1MUCE Co EwT0RS- - The sentence of Mrs Mary J Itob insou who was to have been hanged In Boston Mass for the murder of her The Canadians are enjoying a 2J foot brother-in-laPrince A Freeman in POOW 1SS5 has been commuted to solitary Sweet Owens Democratic majority imprisonment for life NEWS PARAGRAPHS w hr ht J During n republican celebration at Gewrge Gilt ey a Paris Brazil Indiana some one threw a bunch of fire crackers on the rtairway WEDXBSDAYNOVEMBERsi 1888 boy is giving Violin concerts The National Jockey Club cleared at the residence of Wm Barr His wife who was subject to heart disease 2000 in the eight days races Richmond must retain the office dropped dead from the excitement ai Collector of Internal Revenue Three Mormon elders were tarred As we go to press the jury iu the case There k any amount of first clase ami feathered in Marion county Ala of Matt George for the killing of Bill Republican material here to All Thomas Carr Jr wa8 killed by the Thomas at Elkin some mouths ago the office accidental discharge of a gun near brought in a verdict of guilty and fixed Maysvllle at It is said that Hon A W Georgias oflleial vote gives Cleve- Â¬ his punishment life confinement in the penitentiary for Winchester Dem- Â¬ OmpbeH ot West Virginia wlio land a majority 00008 ocrat of or0000 more visited his daughter Mk Jessica than in 1SS4 Mrs John Shaw of Millville 011 summer will he elected Capt Gano Hill a prominent ex Tuesday morning iu attempting to k the United States Senate confederate officer died in Bourbou shoot a dog missed her aim and the ball took effect iu the hip of a young man eounty last week PROMOTED by tlie name of Andrew McMulleu in A colored church iu Fleming county flicting a slight flesh wouud Midway Congressman McCreary has be lias discharged its pastor for voting the Clipjier come Chairman of the Committee Democratic ticket Mrs Matilda Hellerman aged 23 on Foreign Affairs by reason of Hoveys plurality for Governor of Inyears was shot and killed in Philadel Â¬ the resignation of lion Terry Bel diana over Matsou is 2191 against phia Tuesday by a young widower mont of New York wlio goes as 82 for Gray iu 1S named Peter Kritclunau who claims Minister to Spain Governor Mc By a Belgian coal that brought about the ruin aud Creary will leave for Washington mine au explosion36 inminers employed deathshe his 82 of the of wife which occured a few ext Tuesday to be tltere readjT to were iubtantly killed weeks ago stand by the interests of his con General Harrison made his first ap Succi the Italian faster who claims stituent in the next Congress pointment by selecting B F Tibbots as to possess an elixir which renders food ld PER YEAR 150 is200 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ WHAT AX EDITOR IS SUPPOSED TO K0W Of all human beings the editor be the wisest This supposition exists among a ma jority of the people There are a few noble exceptions to the rule and we are thankful tlterefor Tlte editor is not so much credited with fore knowledge or wisdom acquired by research and study as he is with a sort of supernatural intuition He is not supposed to know that lightning will strike a certain house knock it into forty thousand pieces and kill the occupants but lie is expected to know it the moment it happens although he be ten or twenty miles away An aged man awakes early from his slumbers and yawning a lime or two thinks timely Well this k my birthday I am four score mid ten yet vigorous as a man of sixty I can read fine print with out glasses take several drinks a day hear perfectly well and worth half a million have been deacon in he church lor seventy years have raised thirteen children and always voted the Demo Tiien it occurs to cratic ticket him that the editor will write him up for the next issue of tlte paper nd he will secure several copies and send to his friends He does not mention the fact to the editor or to anybody else for lie knows the editor knows all things The paper appears but has no reference to tlie octogenarian plus ten Then lie swears mentally and throws the paper aside with a unnecessary has jnt finished a fast of He walk- Â¬ Samuel J Roberta of Iiexiugtou 30 days at Barceloua Spain ed fenced slept during his foodless Leader and Annie Troutwere married month and retained his health aud at Canton Ohio last Saturday his official stenographer k supposed to Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ groan hogs The farmer sells three hundred at his home ten miles in Hie country to a neighbor for a big price to be delivered in the future It is the first sale of tlte season nd everybody wants to Iiear about it Of course tlte papers will have it but neither of the men mention tlte transaction to the ed itor or to anybody except per haps a neighbor or two Tlie pa pens never lear of it and the men lee that tlte editor knows less about running a paper than any body on earth A lady sends to the post office and gets a letter She opens it and finds that Iter sister wlio lived off in anotlter State is dead Slie sheds tears and tells lier husband when lie returns and they talk about it As the editor knows everything lie will know of the death liow old she was liow long she bad been absent and all that but the paper appears without so much as referring to the matter The lady sighs to think she has been so shabbily treated A bloated bondholder wlio owns a thousand bonds that lie bought years ago at a low figure receives a big offer and sells at a big adMr John Knapp Sr died iu vance It is a hundred thousand Louis aged over 70 years He was St of dollar transaction and tlte next the Knapp Bros wlio published and days paper will naturally have a edited the Republican for more than fail account of the unloading hal century But the paper doesnt mention it William Haggard son of John T and in turn get6 cussed for the editor knew all about it lie knows Haggard of Clark county is viitlng his fatiier after an absence of twenty every thing giddy young man leaves two years in Texas He left home when A old home to get married sa s not a he was sixteen years city of Louisville has bought for The word to anybody He goes a hun Â¬ dred miles away and is married SflSOO a tract of 800 acres of land locatou short notice He is grieved ed about five miles South of the city in beyond measure that the paper the knobs It is for a park for future fails to notice tlie wedding for generations the editor knew all about it he The small prohibition vote iu the knows everything county only 116 shows that the peo- Â¬ An old lady leaves on the early ple are not yet ready to abandon the morning train for a visit to her old political organizations George grand children in another State town Times She k not in the habit of leaving Miss Mamie Graham of Gainsville home and is not seen for weeks Flo who is attendiug Miss Nolds at a time but she nearly fractures school in Louisville hai lost both parher religion upon discovering that ents and her eldest sister by yellow her departure is not noticed the fever in the last two weeks beastly editor he knows every There will not be much of a shake thing and why didnt he put the up in the Departments at Washington departure in the personal column next March as only about 24 per cent Whats the news f may be of those holding office there now are asked oi a hundred different per Â¬ Democrats Courier Journal sons and ninety nine of them will By the burning of Bryants Hotel at oh nothing of impor- Â¬ answer to that effect Chattanooga three perilous lost their tance or words lives but research will show that one Konre M8j Bigger of Atlanta Thomas ot Bloomiugtnn 111 guests Knows 01 a aeath anotner ot a mid Bula Jones white chambermaid marriage still another of a lire and so it goes along down the list Gen Warren Chief of the Metropoli tornadoes murders sales visi- tan police of London lias resigned tors c But owing to the high state of public feeling improvements they are all prepared to swear at produced by the inability of the police the paper when it appears with to arrest the Whitechapel murderer out mention of the incident of The number of vessels hailing from which have been which they knew yet drawled out Gloucester Slut lost during the year is 14 one more oh nothing in particular But flie man whom the editor thau during the previous jear The most wants to assassinate is he total loss or life is 68 leaving 16 childwho passes half a dozen times ren fatherless between the occurrence of an im The contents of the late Samuel J portant thing and the day of publi Tlideiis wine cellar were sold Tuesday cution yet fails to mention it but Steinberger wld at 860 to SO per bot remarks to the editor after the tle double old Maderia at 360 and paper is out I see you didnt some Blue Grow whiskey 40 years old ay anything about our fire why at 1160 per gallon didnt you come to me I couldj V S Sehumaker poetmaoler at Lac- - fold you all about it Carbon Hill AU has beeu In such a - perhaps unnecessary to I state of miud over the result of the remark that the edjtor is vct oiij tirefcirfentidi lection that even tbe ii ient he does not know all blaiHlMiments of a bride of 17 years about a thing the moment it occurs have Ixtn loot upon him He got Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1- Mr Joseph T Ballard of Louisville Peter Howe senior member of the and Miss Bettie Dearing of Fleming banking firm of Howe Son of Win- Â¬ county Mere married last week ona 111 aud his wife were assassinat Â¬ An Ohio woman has just given birth ed Sunday uight by Charles Burkhart to a baby weighing 22 pounds nearly who afterwards committed suicide by as large as large as a fair sized calf cutting his throat when he found him- Â¬ Bailey Tey ton killed Willis Ingram self suspected of the murder a negro boy in his fathers corn field It is claimed that the shrinkage iu iu Jessamine county during a quarrel the internal commerce and business of Harry Roue committed Miicide in tlie country during the past four the presence ot Mis Sailie Logtden in months owing to the election exrite Halt county and thereupon the went ment amounts to not less than S300 crazy 000000 The claim is used as an argu- Â¬ ment in favor of extending the presi- Â¬ Christian county Saturday voted a subscription of 5200000 each to the dential teim Ohio Valley aud the Cairo Tennessee EmmaPrewitt whose novel Kar railroads lene Hoy has been accepted by Lip Michael Gormley was instantly kill- Â¬ pineott Is probibly the most youthful ed and John Hayes fatally injured by novelist Is the world She was born in an explosion of dynamite in a quarry Madinsonville Ky April 9th 1S73 and is now only 15 years old Dear Lexiagton Her father was Dr J H Prewltt a The Democratic Federal at FiiMllay O have tent in their dentist of some renown in Webster resignations at once to tako effect the county Ky She is an accomplished musician She has been writing ac4th of March next ceptable articles for Kentucky papers I11 Gainesville Fla Joseph Davis since she was 12 years of oge son of Airs C H Davis of Millersburg The Republican National Committee died of yellow fever He was employ- Â¬ agreed witli that monstrosity Anna ed on the Advocate Dickinson whom nature made a misItobert Campbell of Casey county take in making a woman to pay her the father of Geo Campbell and Mrs 3750 to deliver 30 lectures with the L B CHnkenbeard of Clark county proviso that if Harrison was elected is dead at the age of 96 she was to have 5000 Tlie first amount was promptly paid but the The mine disaster at Pittsburg Kas committee refuses to stand to tlie lat- Â¬ was caused by exploding gas Ninety ter jmrt of the agreement and tlie old bodies were recovered Forly six are gal has brought suit against it in the believed to be still iu the mine U S Court for the balance Stanford Wm WTood the Daviess county Journal farmer who chloroformed his wife aud Minister Buck is about to get up a outraged her daughter committed sui war with Peru before he leaves never cide on the morning set for his trial to hold public office again When the Pass Agent C P Atmores res Peruvian government seized the rail- Â¬ Gen kleace at Louisville was entered Tues- Â¬ roads of the country a pquad of soldiers day night by burglars who got off with took forcible possession of a building supposed to belong to the Aregipa 51500 iu money tilver and jewelry railway but occupied by the United W M Showers who murdered the States Consul at Mollendo The coat two illegitimate children of his daught- Â¬ of arms was removed the door pad- Â¬ er was hung Wednesday at Lebanon locked and the Consul kept out of his Pa The oki mau was 65 years of age office for a week An apology wa In West Virginia the amendment to demanded and refused and Buck has the State constitution prohibiting the notified this government sale and manufacture of intoxicating A man named Hodges lias notified liquors was defeated by 40000 majority the Surveyor General that he and his A passenger train went down an em brother nud sisters are the rightful bankraeut near Charlotte N C and owners of a tract of laud thirty miles catching fire every combustible part square containing 600000 acres in New Mexico Tbe was burned but nobody was seriously Colfax county title to this vast territory is claimed hurt under a grant alleged to have been A Washington dispatch to the New made by the crown of Spain in 1785 York Sun s ays that Grover Cleveland to the present claimants the natural may re enter public life as a member ancestors of whom bore tbe peculiar of Congress within the uext four or five name of Corpus Critl The land years claimed is located iu the vicinity of The Knights of Labor are in session the towns of Ratton Springer and Fol at Indianapolis The report bhows som and probably includes the last that the order has lost 300000 members two named A portion of the Maxwell iua year and that it is iu debt nearly grant and a large number of claims 25000 of settlers are jeopardized by this office-holders Â¬ Â¬ strength they averngod 125 and 15 calves aud 82 The highest heifers averaged prioe was 270 paid by Mr J L Whit worth for a cow T M Spofford sold at Bufords Station four cows that averaged 10375 and ten heifers and ca I ves t h at averaged 69 Two Cly d es dale stallions sold for 400 each and a colt for 190 Son sold Monday R E Coleman for different parties eight aged mules to Gentry Brothers of Boyle at prices ranging from 85 to 140 to Wakefield six aged mules at an average of 115 Alr Ofold two horses to eastern parties atI65and200 The live stock sales made Monday at the livery stable of I C James were very good Over 20 disposed of One pair of CONCERNING FARMERS- - head were 830 to Gentry Bros by Mr mules for James Elmore three other aged mules Six years ago Mr Greenberry Bright averaged 150 each 16 horses sold from bought a couple of junnets from Hon 75 to 120 Harrodsburs Sayings and J S Owsley for 60 from which he Doings has realized in that time Journal It is given as the opinion of Dr L meetlug of the Mercer Herr this city that the tuif horses At the annual every Couuty Fair Association held at Hir require to be let up a portion of He becomes muscle Col Bennett H twelve months rodshurg Saturday Young of Louisville was elected First sore and nothing but absolute rest will completely cure this After a run Vice President with his shoes off in the paddock he George Bright of Lower Garrard returns to the track a new animal lost three valuable brood mares They He U more buoyant in spirits stronger broke into a field where some wheat in heart aud more elastic hi action had been threshed and ate until they His muscles must be hardened again foundered aud died for turf contests and this take- - time A T Nunnelly bought of Ed Carter but when called upon for a supreme 20 head of 1700 pouud cattle at 3 cents effort he is more able to respond than when dulled by continuous labor and sold to W T Jones of Je samine 75 head of 900 pound scrub cattle at through the absence of repose 260 StanfordjJournal Capt T D English reports Harrods W J Lyle sold Friday to L Y burg Court well supplied with cattle Mo Celia and selling from 280 to 3 90 The Swope of Independence two year old fillyby Gambetta Wilkes sule of Greenberry Bright on Nov 1st Price B B King of Lincoln on Oct 31st dam the dam of Lyle Wilkes aud Alex Tribble of Madison on Nov 700 Danville Advocate 3rd were well attended and over 300 Tlie farmers of Fayelte county are cattle witli a vast amount of other evidently expecting big prices for stock passed under the hammer at the wheat next year as there hai been following prices Cattle SI to 160 sown in that county this more wheat uiules135 to 200 milk cows 25 to fall than ever before known 40 hogs 4S0 to 515 At the TribA Hinkle Selma Iowa has sold re- ble sale 1500 barrels of corn ranged cently 106 head of Shortliors for 9805 from 165 to 176 in tlie field to be averacreSOl 55 Eiehtv females made shucked by purchaser At the Bright Twenty six sale one jennet brought S5S0 one jen8774 average 7370 bulls madei335 average 8979 net 140 and one two- - ear old jack Nutwood has seven new 230 per- Â¬ 4S0 Tlie above sIes are certainly an Ontario evidence of prosperity to the farm- Â¬ formers this year namely Maggie E 22Stt ers Ross S 229 2291 Nutmeg 225 and Bay wood 227 The Board of Directors of the Ken- Â¬ Woodbriuo 229 Eva W 226J tucky Trotting Horse Breeders Associa d black horse Robt tion lias re elected Mr Ed Tipton SecThe retary of the Association We wish to Rysdyk 224 by William M Rysdyk dam by Paddy Burns Jr has been say iu behalf of Mr Tipton that he has lark Mexico made trotting not only popnlar but res- Â¬ purchased by C F pectable There had been a prejudice Mo from F Greggsby Maysyille against Iroliiij races but when Mr Tip- Â¬ Mo for 6000 ton tooR hold of the Association it was Henry Gilbert sold his 244 acre farm a dead drag Few people attended the four miles from Georgetown to D R trots and still fewer found any sport Thomaa of Mason for S650 per acre or pleasure in them But Mr Tipton Squire Gaines 72 acre farm sold to brought together such a body of respec Lif Muir at 81 per acre Anson Lyons table strangers as were never seen on a farm of 115 acres sold to Ambrose race course in Kentucky before We Wilson at 50 per acre attended one day and were struck with At the Overland track Denver Col the high character and solid appear- Â¬ recently a match race forSSOO was trot- Â¬ ance of the spectators They did not ted between Elm wood Chierand Supe- Â¬ crowd around the pool stand but stood rior Elmwood Chief took the first off as interested spectators of the hordes heat in 2lSi when Superior came out and discussed their respective merits aud won tlie next three heats and race like amateurs and gentlemen Under Mr Tiptons shrewd and intelligent hi 219 219 aud 222 management trottlug is destined to be- Â¬ At PrescotI Out a stallion valued come still more popular and crowds at 15000 belonging to Dr Monagle such as attend our fairs will patronize recently broke a leg Instead of shoot our trotting meetings His consenting ing the animal the Dr had the leg to coutinue iu the position to which he ordered a wooden has been re elected is a guarantee amputated and has that leg to be made The horse is doing the Association will be still more of a for stock success than it has been well and may be valuable heretofore purposes Lexington Gazettee The New England yearling record DIED- was captured iu 1837 by a sou of Char- Â¬ ley Wilkes 2251 the first son of Red D Jones formerly of Madison J Wilkes to go to that secliou This county died in Jessamine county on season that record was lowered by Saturday aged 90 another grandson of Red Wilkes the Mrs Mary A Taylor wife of C M get of the second Red Wilkes stallion Taylor died near Red House in Madi- Â¬ to New England that went son county Ky on Tuesday Nov 13 The Woodford Sun is authority for 18SS D S Offutt near the following Mrs Elizabeth Adams In Madi- Â¬ Paynes Depot has two varieties of son county Ky Tuesdaydied November strawberries which are now bearing 13th 18SS and was buried iu the Rich Â¬ ripe berries aud have continuou ly mond cemetery ou Wednesday She since the rpgular strawberry season to was the mother of Mrs Dr Wm The yield is not large but sufficient Hockadny aud Mrs G B Turley afford au occasional supply for the table time but to no avail and it was given up as lost The strange part of the story now enmes in One day last week Mr Rogers wan informed that a girl the daughter of a woman who had been iu the employ of he family of Mr Sayers had a watch answering the de Â¬ scription of the long lost memento Acting upon the advice Mr Rogers im mediately took steps to secure the watch and upon viewing it recognized it at once During the twenty five years It was lost it had been worn smooth on the outside but otherwise was in good order Mr Rogers says it was just like finding that much as they had long given the watch up aa lost Lexlugton Press Â¬ 2270-Stan-ford Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ seven-year-olÂ¬ Â¬ The Largest and Most Complete Line of Clothing Ever Shown in Richmond We have just returned from the market where we have bought goods at such LOW PRICES that we can sell you the best Suit or Overcoat or anything in our line ai w ER PRICES AR YOU EVER T THEM JT BEFORE what Our aim is to sell you goods at prices that will give you full satisfaction for you pay for same Our stock embraces All th Latoet Styles in Smts Oviratii5 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 e and A BEAUTIFUL L2N OF HATS CAPS cj A Complete Line of Furnishing Goods IN ALL QUALITIES COLORS AND SHADES Tailoring Establishment at is complete embracing all of the Glass the very lowest prices for a first class fit workmaiibhii Latest Things to be Found in a First and quality of goods considered We cordially invite you to come and look through our stock in all departments We will gladly show you our goods whether you wish to buy or not But you must see for yourself that we are not blowing our goods upon paper but that we do and will do everything that we say We can do as 01 00BS AEE MARKED AT PRICES TO BEAR US OUT II MAT IE HAVE Si same we are With thanks for past patronage and hoping for the continuance f very Respectfully COVINGTON 218 MITCHELL TIESS53 ISLnST JSSIESSEra To The Public OPENING OF BOOTS SHOES AND HATS AT WALLACE HICPS Goods I Joe Grear the well known horseman has purchased of John Madden of Lex stallion iugton Ky the Alstrath No 7749 by Alcyone dam Pinafore by Strathmore price 3500 He also secured a gray mare by Governor Wilkes dam by King William three-year-old Louisville By Glover fc Tobacco Ware House Market Durrelt Louisville Tobacco Â¬ She has an extended pedigree Stock Farm 1 J The Weisiger Bras sold their crop of wheat about 2000 bushels Thursday A certain young man in Harrods Dunn at 1 per bushel to Smith burg being offered a position on the There now remain only about 500 Cincinnati Southern near Somerset bushels unsold in the county This is landed at the place with high hopes of owned by a farmer wlio we under- Â¬ future wealth The first thing that stand is holding it for 150 and if attracted his attention was a coffiu Old Hutch retains his grip these fig- Â¬ with an occupant Then a surgeon ures may be realized Danville Ad- Â¬ with implements preparing to ampuvocate tate a few limbs of one or two others A crow flew over the gloomy scene T E Wells received last week by and fell dead The aforesaid young express from Davis Garber a horse man then went into a building to be dealer Hanover Pa a black stallion examined as to his qualifications The Shetland pony 42 inches high and first question propounded by the one weighing a little over 400 pounds He eyed and one armed functionary was came in a box like a pup or a pig Ho Where do you want your body ship- - is very gentle and as cute as a horse in case of accident The young man can well be and is therefore Is a great is at home thiukingof his answer He favorite with the little folks Law walked back Mercer Sayings and renceburg News Doings R H Wills Cynthiana Ky made A few weoks rgo Mr Allen Gilmore the following sales last week To S of this county aged about 60 years M Markley of Ohio the fine knocked a small piece of skin from the bay colt Porterfield by Gov- Â¬ Erysipelas soon ernor Wilkes dam by Abdallali Mam back of his left hand set iu and the arm becoming so badly brino price 1500 To fame diseased in the bone Dr Hunu decided by colt Larkin G by Wilkes it was best to amputate it above the snnian dam by Abdallali Mambriuo Accordingly he began the op- price SlOOO To Mr J Wilkins of elbow eration after trying iu vain to get the Boston a bay colt by Wilkesouian patient under the effects of an anes- Â¬ dam by Tarcum thetic He finally got it off and findT C Anglin of Lexington sold to ing the bone was too long for the skin S Long of New York City the noted to cover a second operation had to be brood mare Kitty Patched by Mam performed the patient still failing to brino Patchen dam Betty Brown for yield to the stupefying effects of the 5500 He also sold to S G Larabee drug Thg horrible agony of the suf- Deer Lodge Montana Lady Howo ferer was terrible to contemplate and bay filly by Wilkes Boy dam by he has not recovered from the shook Young Jim for 1100 to a Canadian He was alive when last heard from but party a black yearliug filly by Ellerslie his death is only a question of short Wilkes dam by Young Jim and a time Stanford Journal bay yearliug colt by Wilkes Boy dam Probably one of the most remarkable Annie Almout for 1000 each cases af recovery of lost property on re- Â¬ The sales of shorthorn cattle at the cord has just been brought to light in Louisville Southern Park in Sheioy this city The facta are that at the county last week showed clearly that commencement of the war Mr Charles fancy cattle are still shrinking iu value Rogers who is now a police offlct r in Frazier Shoiiso sold 67 head for 2035 this city wan among tbe first to take au average of a fraction over 47 The up arms In behalf of the Confederacy Shelby County Breeders sold In all 34 He had at he time a fine gold watch head and tlie total sales amounted to which had been presented to him by his 1166 an averago of 34 Tlie highest mother Not wishing to take it with price brought was S105 for a Couutess him he intrusted it to the care of a of Hillgrovo with bull calf Prices sister who was at that time living in ranged down to 1760 Lexlugton Paris Ky Mr Rogers went off to the returned to his Observer wr and at tlie close Co The sale made by W B Claik home when he was toid that the on ac at HoMetn Hr ighK Tenn was suo- watch vlith he had cherished count of thi associations It had was 0W11I BiUug it mined all day j iost Search was made for it at the Thirteen eowa were disposed of and three-year-old two-year-o- ld Â¬ Â¬ grant Sales on our market for the past week just closed amount to 2459 hhds with receipts for the same period 519 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 76592 hhds The offerings of new buriey this week have been large for the time of year tlie total number of new hhds Rold on our market to this date being 762 hhds The market for common aud medium old hurley was very much stronger during the first part of this week but showed some symptoms ot weakening in tlie past few days The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ resent our market on Buriey tobacco Trash not colory and tobacco dam Â¬ aged by freezing 3 00 to 500 Colory Trash S700 to 1200 Common Lugs not colory 700 to 1000 Colory Lugs 1200 to 1300 Common Leaf S1200 to 14 00 Medium to good leaf 1400 to 1700 1700 to Select or wrappery leaf 2800 OVERCOATS AND Have just gotten in an immense stock of Pall--and--Wint- er-- CONSISTING OF AXX GRADES and inter Clothings Hats CAPS AXtfB your patronage if prices are a condition Kespecffully from the medium price to the highest It is our aim to suit the public and to do it we have bought goods to suit everybody We do not keep shoddy but good honest goods at honest prices We handle the best makes of custom goods and want a share of PRICES WALLGE mch2l iy BICE LIVE STOCE MAEEET EEPORT CO By LOPER DATEB t FTJEHISHIHG GOODS LARGEST STOCK LATEST STYLES LOWEST PRICES Live Htoolc Commission Merchants at Clncln cat Union Block Yards and Covington Stock Yards Cincinnati Ohio Nov Good to Extra Fair to Good 4 4 3 3 3 20 1888 SHIPPING CATTLE 50 25 25 75 2 oo Common and Rough BUTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra 3 752 4 00 Fair to Good 3 50 3 75 Extra Fat Steers 3 25G 3 50 Fair to Good Steers 3 25 3 oo Good to Extra Cows 2 85 3 25 Fair to Good Cows 2 50 2 75 Common Cows 125O1225 1 50 I oo Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS Rest Shipping 2 75 3 00 Best Bologna 2 30 2 40 Fair Bologna 2 00 2 25 Fair to Good Feeders 2 10 2 25 1 1 50 Common and Thin 75 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 3 75 3 50 Fair to Good Steers 3 35 3 50 Good to Extra Heifers 2 50 2 75 Common and Thin Stackers 2 00 2 25 COWS AND CALVES Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough oo 4 75 4 50 3 50 4 00 3 50 2 50 THE Greatest Bargains of four IF YOU FAIL TO U2SIT Lift Suits toXrder From Samples FIT GUARANTEED We will make you a suit to order from 15 up Be sure and see our styles and prices before buying as we are the leaders and wont be undersold at BRINKLEY BROS PLACH ja253X C3 E35 Best Grades Fair to Good 30 Common 15 5 Best Veal Calves to Good Fair 4 2 Common and Heavy HOGS Select Butcher 5 Fair to Good Psckers 5 Lights Good to Extra 5 S Light Pigs SPRING LAMBS Extra- 45 oo5o oo2c 00 50 oo 35 35 30 2 00 20 Yards Worsted Dress Goods for 8100 16 Yards 4 4 AAA Brown Sheeting for 100 12 Yards Green Ticket Lonsdale for 1001 ffi 00840 00 00 6 50 4 75 4 00 5 40 5 40 5 35 5 S TOUFFERS T CLOTHING IIODSE IN RICHMOND FIRST ST Shoes Our Stock of Clothing Boots an Hats and Caps and Ladies an Common to Good LOST - 5 25 4 00 KEYS 4 50 55 Gents Furnishing Goods is Complete IStf-- A bunch of fceyi Liberal reward It IUllaud LUXON BRINEXEY BROS ET KEZT D00B TO POST OFFICE SXCSMOOT THE CLIMAX vTeo n es DAY K OVEM DBR a i A Sail Case i8S Mr Robert MHfor continues rerkmslv ill n Dr Joe Hood continues dangerously Bans slock for sale by Rev H See ad T Daniel Mr G C Francis wffl go into the gro rery business on First street sales wi The Clark county series of shorthorn begin promptly at tt oclock Stu advertisement Entertainment at the Christian church ThanUgning evening PuH particulars in next weeks Climax of Cincinnati is P Armcr and they are putting up some 24 hour watches Mr J E WoJverton now located with D The largest and best looking beet of the season so far as has been seen at this office is one from the garden of Mr Sihafhauscn Commissioner Scott sokl 25 acres of land near Newhys store in the western paitofthe county to Joe Heathman for Ji jio Z E Bush Auctioneer A good Mr Robert F Faris a well known voung busings man formerly of the firm of Green Fariand one or the direc tors ofrthe Farmers National Bank was tned for lunacy before a jury and Judge Chcnault on last Friday and found of unsound mind He was taken to the aylum at Lexington on Saturday and put under the charge of Drs Clark and Rogers The patient is mild and has not evidenced anv desire in JVlt v 1111 himself or others His confinement is for the purpose of restoration but the phy Â¬ sicians are not altogether hopeful of the case Mr Faris talked rationally to the jury about his case but appeared some what visionary about business matters He avowed his intention of doing all he xould toward his restoration and thinks he may get well This is the third case of the kind that has been brought to the attention of the court within the past few weeks These cases ought to be lesions and alarming ones at that to young men Whisky and opium are less dangerous Â¬ W Uoodloc McUowelK price The fint prise for d oughbreds at the National Horse Show Association of America opened in New York last week was awarded to Ben dOr formally owned by Mr Sid Taylor of tins crunty There will be an entertainment in the Christian church on the evening of thor Â¬ Thanksgivingday by the sion Band assisted by friends among the young tlemen of the cky Full week Childrens Mis Â¬ some of their ladies and gen- Â¬ particulars next Mr Js B Brooks and wife offer for sale their house and forty four and one fourth acres of land embracing the famous Amos Ellison distillery one mile from Speedwell in Madison county See ad Â¬ vertisement in this issue The adjoining 320 acres can be bought - Shipments Messr i Bales Million and Simmons are shipping hogs On yesterday they ship Â¬ ped 1 1 cars from Richmond and S from blvcr Creek Bales Patton and Bales Gibbs and the Embrys 35 cars ofcattle Lehman Cratz c shipped 20 cars Nov Chandelier The new chandelier at the Christian cnurch was presented by Col and Mrs T S Moberiey It is of the latest design has 56 yets and is altogether one of the handsomest patterns we have ever The Kentucky Central will sell tickets seen It was purchased through the at two cents per mile November 26th to Richmond Gas Co December 1st inclusive This is the thanksgiving rate Pars Sld Mr Williamson Boulware as agent for The evening train that arrives here at Elder W B Stivers has sold the Iatters 710 and goes on to Stanford will after place of 50 acres whh residence near next Sunday stop at Richmond and re- Â¬ Kingston The price paid was 1600 turn North from here next morning and the purchaser was Mr Harry Golden Work on the Kentucky Union is pro A letter from Elder Stivers s ays he and gressing quite rapidly in spite of the bad his wife are in good health and spirits weather lately About two hundred They live at Liberty Mo hands and one hundred mules are cmnloy ed between this city and K U Junction IIsbsc and Let Sold Mr Lyman Parris h has sold to W B and this force will be increased from time Hubbard of Tennessee the Bob Nelson to time Winchester Democrat place on Main street beyond the depot At a meeting of the stockholders of the fori3oo cash Mr Hubbard arrhed on Kentucky Midland Railroad in Frankfort Saturday bought the place on the follow Â¬ Wednesday the same old officers were reing Friday and at once took possession elected and a resolution was adopted to The prospect for another railroad at an build the line to connect with the Kentucky Union as speedily as possible early day is having its effects It was shown that 100000 had already been Strang expended and the company had paid 60 On the front page of The Climax up per cent to the construction company in tlie rijht haml corner without the aid No little surprise will be occasioned in of a microscope you will find information worth having Mr HJ Strengsets forth railroad circles here to day by the anCol John McLeod facts of material interest He not only nouncement that tells you what he has but what he will Chief Engineer of the Louisville Southtake for it He keeps good good and ern has been appointed General Manager will show them to you with pleasure Go of the road in addition to his other duties The circular of appointment was issued anJ see him yesterday and is as follows LouUville Southern Railroad Corn Cosii- a- Heme Presidents Office CircularLouis Mr James P Reeves one of the promi- Â¬ piny Ky Nov 16 tSSS John McLeod ville nent citizens of the south western part of E q has this day been appointed General Estill county has bought the house re- Â¬ Manager of the Louisville Southern railroad the heads cently occupied by Mrs Evans and prior will and to him until ot all departments further orders report to her by Rev Wm Crow The price Bennett H Young paid was 2800 Dr Reeves is a native President of Madison county having originated out As the circular states Col McLeod in the Brookstown vicinity not far from will hereafter recieve the reports of all Red Honse He and family will remove heads of departments and will have to Richmond charge of the general conduct of the road Col Young the President of the road IT S Revenue Collections was formerly General Manager but with We have received from Joe S Mil- Â¬ the increase of freight and passenger ler Commissioner of Internal Revenue traffic the duties of the combined offices the annual report of the condition made a change necessary and Col Young of the service The report shows decided upon Col McLeod as the right a collection of upwards of one man for the place hundred and twenty four millions of dol- Â¬ A Remarkable Wedding lars an increase of about five and one half million dollars over last year The CHAPTER I cost of collecting is a small fraction over Readers of The Climax will probably three per cent The department has never recall the occurrence some months ago before been run at as small an expense as of the proposed marriage of one B R Wood and Miss Bettie Doyle and that the it has the past year groom disappeared at the last moment The IIagan Sale leaving the bride the guests the parson As trustee of J C Hagan Mr W L and the wedding supper to marvel at his Crutcher sold on last Wednesday pub- Â¬ strange conduct But the departed Wood or the dead Wood as he was by some re- Â¬ licly the 337 acres of land near KirksvlIIe at 60 per acre or 20220 It was knock- Â¬ gardeddid not forget his affianced A ed off to Capt W J Kinnaird of Lancas- Â¬ chapter of this truth that is stranger ter President of the Lancaster National than fiction is lost so far as we know Bank but was understood to be for the where he went why he went and how is creditor a majority of whom reside in not known to this deponent and furtherhc Louisville Capt Hogan is a good farm- Â¬ sayeth not CHAITBR 11 er and prosperous as could be but specu- Â¬ One last Thursday Capt John D wrecked lations in tobacco in Louisville him Horse stock sold low Three horse Feeney of the police received a telegram mules sold for 204 per head 9 shares from the police of Lexington directing turnpike stock 1005 per share 16 yearl Â¬ him to arrest the aforesaid Wood who city in a buggy for Rich- Â¬ ing cattle 2415 11 yearling heifers had left that rearing steers 20 Com sold mond But Wood had a good long start 1505 37 at 1 55 Capt P P Ballard auctioneer of the telegram and beat it here He sought his deserted love whether by A New Point in Law previous arrangement or not we do not During the recent terra of the Bath know next the County Clerk and then Common Pleas Court a new legal prob- Â¬ Judge Armer paying the two gentlemen lem was presented to Judge Thomas their respective fees for marriage license Scott One less D Atchison died leav and for performing the marriage ceremo- Â¬ ing an estate of personal property ny As the happy man was leaving the ty and a will To his wife the decedent Judges office Captain Feeney hopped gave one third of his personal property right on top of him with both feet the same that the law gives to a wid- Â¬ metaphorically speaking and bore him Ronduhvoo Mopank ow with children The decedent and away to Luh wife had no children so they adopted a or in plain English the jail kept by Mr daughter by due process of law The Maupin CHAPTER III adopted daughter married then died leav Â¬ Tears having been shed as large as buck- Â¬ ing a child This was before the death of Â¬ the decedent After his death the wife ets of water and stating that all the ar for a marriage were made the renounced the will and clamined one rangements The good policeman yielded to the entreaty half of the personal property law of Kentucky is such that a Vidow can and esscorted the prisoner over to Judge brought choose between a wlH that her husband Armers while Mrs Tom Rainey smRes tears may make and the provisions of the Miss Doyle all wreathed in as best statute law taking what the will directs and roses Mr Walter Blount came or what the law allows as may seem the man and Mrs Rainey was bridesmaidÂ¬ serious better for her The widow in this case Judge Armer with a dignity and unusual and embarrass claimed one half instead of one third ness becoming the knot But here the saying that the orphan child of the adopt Â¬ ing dilemma tied the and puta ed daughter was no hdr to the decedents iron hand of the law interposed dead quietus on the further exercise of the estate Judge Scott held that the orphan The man is an heir and that therefore the widow kind policemans indulgence now no more than a wooden man can take only one third Judge Scolt has Wood wanted to join the bridal party to the rendered several important decisions to return to jail never before decided by any court and so nuptial feast but he had CHAPTER IV seeing them sus Â¬ far has had the honor of Friday he was taken to Lexington and tained by the higher courts and It is en- Â¬ of Appeals lodged in jail on the serious charge of ob tirely probable that the Court taining goods under false pretenses wall affirm in the present case Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ it Kentncky Ulnesrass Fair CircniL The Presidents of the various Fair As sociations in Central Kentucky lield a meeting at Lexington Tuesday for the purpose of forming a trotting circuit for next reason the races to be run in conjunction with their annual fairs All the prominent associations throughout the central part of the State were represented and upon the adoption of a resolution to prevent the connection of date the fol- Â¬ lowing circuit was agreed upon Har rodsburgJuly 30 Danville August 6 Sharpsburg August 13 Maysville Au- Â¬ gust 20 Lexington August 27 Paris September 3 Cynthiana September 10 Eminence September 17 The meeting at each place to continue five days It was decided to name the association the Kentucky Bluegrass Circuit of Fairs and Trots and the following gentlemen were selected as a committee to elect the officers of the Association and transact other business of importance W II Wilson Cynthiana J T Hinton Paris W J Lyle Danville C B Sullivan Harrods burg L S Rogers Sharpsburg T L Martin Lexington and W L Crabb Eminence After the selection by thw Executive Committee of W J Lyle as permanent Chairman and T L Martin as Secretary and the appointment of W H Wilson W L Crabb and T L Mar- Â¬ tin to arrange rates for the transportation ofttock with railroads the meeting ad journed What is the matter with Richmond it did not get into the circuit Â¬ Â¬ The matrimonial cvtht of Lexincton this season occurred on bst Thursday November 15th TheObsener says of it -The wedding of Mr Thomas McDow ell son of Ma II C McDowell at Ashland this city and Miss Mary M Goodloe daughter of lion William Cas sius Goodloe took place Thursday at Christ church at 830 r m The large church was full oi invited guests and the sidewalks about the building were crowd- Â¬ ed with people anxious to see the brilliant wedding party as they returned from the altar The church was profusely decor- Â¬ ated about the chancel and brilliantly lighted The wedding party entered the church promptly at 830 oclock to the wedding march from Lohengrin preced- Â¬ ed by the groomsmen Mr Louis des Cognets Mr Charles Berryman Mr Morton Joyce Mr Percy Talbert Mr Meade Safiarans and Mr Edward Shelby Then came the bridesmaids in twos Miss Julia P McDowell Miss Louise B Goodloe Miss Linda Payne Miss Fannie Hayes Miss Lil Robinson and Miss Alice Clay The bride followed upon the aim of her father after whom came the maid of honor alone Miss Annie Clay Goodloe the accomplished sister of the beautiful bride It was the handsomest wedding procession witnessed in this city tor many years Rev E H Ward the officiating clergyman of Christ church performed the usual wedding service of the Episcopal church after which the wedding party preceded by the bride and groom retired from the church Col Goodloe the father of the bride took the usual part of disposing of the hand of his daughter with that elegance and easy courtliness characteristic only of gentlemen to the manner born The bridal party and a few invited guests were elegantly enter- Â¬ tained at the brides home from 9 to 12 Â¬ THIN COLUMN a slate handed us yesterday Hnirisons Cabinet W O Bradley Secretary of State John Taylor Treas urer Sil Turner Interior J Speed Smith War Green Miller Navy P P Ballard P M General E T Bur- Â¬ nam Attorney General Here i RELIGIOUS WHY WOMEN FADE A smiling colored man walked into the ticket office at the depot one day last week and seeing Mr Frank Carr at the ticket window quitely remarked Boss Ise powful sorry for you youse made a mighty good man in here but I guess you has tcr git outer here bout next March case a heap uf the boysll want office wid Mr Harrison The Winchester Democrat grows face- Â¬ tious busts loose and says Why cant Bro Barnes come to Winchester after he gets through saving Paris He could find a number of Democrats here just now who are ready to believe his favorite doctrine that the devil meddle a great deal with the affairs of men The politcal atmosphere does certainly have a sulphurous odor and traces of a clorenfoot arc dis cernablc in various places Â¬ Â¬ In addition to the above we should say that the groom is a great grandson of the immortal Henry Clay and the bride a of the distinguished General Green Clay of this county Her relatives here are therefore numerous The Miss Hayes one of the brides- Â¬ maids is a daughter ot ex President R B Hayes Among the relatives and friends of Richmond present were Hon J Speed Smith Miss Lizzie Barrett Miss Maria Willie Smith Mrs C F Burnam Mr E Tutt Burnam Miss Mary Burnam Mrs James T Shackelford Mr W R Shackelford Mr Brutus J Clay Mrs Brutus J Clay Mr W R McDowell and Miss Mattie McDowell r m PERSONAL Rev E H Burnam is in St Louis Dr G W Embry of Irvine was here this week Prof J B Skinner of Lancaster here last week was Dr B S Coleman of Lexington was here last week Mr Tom Link attorney at law Paris was here Saturday Mr John A Crutcher of Nicholasville was here last week Mr James Spilman of Bryantvillc was in Richmond last week Sale Of Stock Crop I889 Married at the residence of her fath- Â¬ We are authorized to As administrator of his mother C L THOMAS S FERRELL asannounce er Elihu Cox by Rev A B Williama candiHenry Hunley aud Miss Mary L Tipton will sell publicly to the highest date for Jailer of Madison county sub Miss Jennie Morton of Shelbyville is Mr bidder on the premises near Speedwell ject to the action of the Democratic Cox visiting Mrs Prof Wilkon 4- on Saturday December 1st all the per- Â¬ party HARRIS ILLUSTRATED Col T S Moberiey is in Chicago at- Â¬ property cousis tiug of horses sonal Wi are authorized to announce tending the Fat Stock Show mules cattle hogs sheep grain ami JOHN HILL as a candidate for Jailer Mrs Tribble is expeted to move to firming implements of Madison county subject to the ae Harpers Weekly has a well established 22 23 Mrs W B Wilknson of Lexington 4- tiou of the Democratic party Richmoud soon place as the leading illustrated new paper visited Mrs W W Pigg last week DO X0T SUFFER AXYL0XGER in America The fairneM of its ejitorial Our Post masler sells thirteen 13 Foitcouirrv scpkiuntkndbot comments on current politics has earned Mr Harvey Chenualt of Qiiahnah stamps for a quarter Knowing that a cough can be checkWe are authorized to announce B for it the respect ami confidence ot all imTexas is home again for a short stay ed in a day and the first stages of con- Â¬ HARRIS a candidate for CountyJ Su Â¬ partial readers and the variety and ex- Â¬ Our genial agent Mr Shaw has sumption broken in a week we hereby perintendent of Public Schools subject cellence of its literary contents which inMr John Davis and wife who removed been in the Richmond of lice for some guarantee Dr Ackers English Reme- Â¬ to the action of the Democratic party clude serial and short stories by the best to Illinois a year ago have returned to days and most popular writers fit it for the pe- Â¬ 8- dy for Consumption aud will rufnml rusal of people of the widest range of stay Supplements are fretastes and pursuits Brother Grader of Fleming Co fill- the money to all who buy take it as Mr Henry Burton for many years a quently provided and no expellee is spar ed Brother Reyuols pulpit at Mt Zion per directions and do not find our ed to bring ihe highest order of artistic resident of the far West is home on a on yesterday statement correct Sold by W G Remaining unclaimed in the the the visit at Richmond Ky week ending ability to bear upon homeillustration of hisWhite prescription druggist and foreign changeful phrase of We have had nothing but rain rain November 20 1SS8 tory A new work of fiction from fie Prof C P Williamson left on Monday aJl the Mine anil if it was dusty Ten Cents Armstrong John II Ogg Nannie ue pen of William Dean Howell aid one by for Selma Alabama to attend a State would Rice Mrs Margaret have nothing but dust dust all Will gel a first class shave at Ihe Gar Black James S Capt Charles King will he among the meeting Bechmann Harry Tearce Milbum leading features of the Weekly for 18S9 the lime nett House Barber Shop Clean tow Â¬ Bowarc Samuel Tevis Ms Pate Mrs S F Lail is succeeding with her razors are plentiful Bly Richmond els mid sharp Walker Pauline EDEXTOX class in instrumental music at Mr D R White Maggie None but first clas workinmen are Dudley Edney M Ycath Will Formans Give us a trial Entire Johnson Sarah Corn gathering has commenced at employed Newman Lena PER YEAR 16- satisfaction is guaranteed Miss Armstrong of Texas and Miss last Post Office hours from 6 a sr to 7 i HARPERS WEEKLY- 4 00 Grimes of Paris are visiting Mrs W jr Money order aud registered letter HARPERS MAGAZINE Prof Clowsers school is drawing to t 00 The Mothers Friend hours prompt 7 a m to u v jr W Watts HARPERS BAZAR 4 00 a close p sr only shortens and leasens pain Not J B WILLIS 2 00 HARPERS YOUNG PEOPLE Mr Jaton Walker of Wichita is back I cant write any more this time the but greatly diminishes the danger to Postage free te all subscribers in tie his old home for a brief stay His wife blamed old at 2 Harrison guns bother me life of both mother aud child if used a United States Canada er Mexite is at Council Bluffs frO few mouths before confinement Write Dr Neat of Indiana and Miss Robin- Â¬ Four good rooms on First street up The Volumes of the Weekly begin with Miss Mary Davis and Mr James to The Bradfield Regulator Co Atlan- Â¬ 21 24 stairs suitable for offices or bed rooms the first Number for January of each year son of Frankfort visited at Mr Frank Land of Buckeye Garrard county are ta Ga W hen no time is mentioned subscription G W Wilms Apply to Brinkleys last week to be married in a few days TERRIBLE will begin with the Number current at tf time of receipt of order Mr George Evans son of Dr G W Two thirds cf all deaths in New Jamta R Witt of this place has n liound Volumes of Harpers Weekly ran xcafco 3500 ppr Evans has removed to Kansas where he pumpkin that he raised on his farm York City are from consumption or Dttr profit iFllincr mir for three years back in neat cloth binding We beat the ALMUxa purposes engaging in agricultural pur- Â¬ that weighs 83 pounds ami measures pneumonia The same proportion Wond for low prices A will be sent by mail postage paid or by nyit suits ALBUM the He is an ex- Â¬ holds for most other cities Delays are Hi x 19K IMUMC faoTOURAlgn H nigra exten express free of expense provided vol- Â¬ 0 feet in circumference bmbosMhl j ddd udes d does dangerous Dr Ackers English Re- Â¬ ilon cUp holding 33 Ptps or Cabinet and Card freight for not exceed one dollar per Mr Esom Burgin and wife who reÂ¬ cellent farmer and a good citizen ilUairs tent for SL00 retals for S126 brand abji ume 7 00 per volume medy for Consumption will always re- Â¬ iilutratea ci cnlars IKKK sided in Richmond for several years have Cloth Cases for each volume suitable ot the abOTe aud lni2t fl BEREA lieve and may save your life Kohl removed to Louisville and are at 913 for binding will be sent by mail post Â¬ Forfeited V 31c7IftUn by W G While prescription druggis paid on receipt of ft 00 each Cincinnati Ohio CTU 3rd street MIss Fannie Byer of Bracken coun- Â¬ I double their mosey Remittances thoukl be made by Post llinsonr BRASS Office Money Order or Draft to avoid 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure Rodcs Rowland left on Monday for ty is the guest of Miss Julia Hautou I riniiUed Corrugated will Chicken Cholera and other diseases chance ol loss Jackson Breathitt county where he EEFlECfflS SAFETT LAMP Mrs Browne from Illinois has come amoDg fowls I will refund the money take a position on the new paper that is AeTvsaers are nt te cey this adÂ¬ Can be mhl in erery family Cites to spend the winter with her daughter in every case where tun remedy fails more lubt than three ordinary lamps vertisement without tie express order of soon to be started in that place Full ffized Lamp sent by Expreu for Mrs Lillian Fnlrchild Brothers Address W G Whitb tlnrlr cents We also baTe the best Harper Mr Robert Miller and family removed iune once 1 0 m the U 3 HARPER BROTHERS Prescription Druggist Send for Illustrated clreaUra to Mr 1 H Jerry of Woodstock III on last Friday to their recent purchase F0RSKEE New York McMAKINCinciinatl0 mar2Stf is making his 2d St near Garuett House the place formerly owned by Mrs Patsy formerly of this place 23 33 friends happy by spending a few days Miller on Lancaster Avenue Donelsou uses the best material that with tliera the market aflnrds and the best work- Â¬ The last heard of Mr Rankin Mason A public meeting under the auspices men Ho puts up none but the best attorney at law Topeka Kansas former- Â¬ W O T TJ was held at the work Buggies carriages etc made ly of this place he was at Queenstown of tho Taken up as nn estray n BAY apr4 tf Glade church last Sunday night the to order Call on him Ireland ready to leave for Liverpool MARE COLT with star in forehead first one of an indefinite series of ap- Â¬ OF VALUABLE Owner can have same by paying lor Mr L O Schmidt and daughters HOW DOCTORS COXQUER DEATH pointments this advertisement and mv chargeMisses Mary and Teresia have returned Dr Walter K Hammond says WM McQUEENEY Tho Republicans held a jollification from Richmond Va where Mr Schmidt Fair Ground Stables Richmond Ky After a long experience I have come to meeting Monday night the 12th 23 26 met a sister he had not seen for 30 years Several speeches by different persons the conclusion that two thirds of all Aa Trustee of L E Frsnols 1 will ou Hon Thomas G Stuart of Winches- Â¬ with music interspersed formed the deaths from coughs pneumonia aud consumption might be avoided if Dr ter has been before the Court of Appeals order of the evening Nov 22 ISSS Ackers English Remedy for Consumpand secured license for practicing of the Mr Morgan Burdetle an old and tion were only carefully used In time yell to the hihpst bidder nn Ihe premiHe will make a specialty of land law esteemed citizen of this place died Tills wonderful Remedy is sold under a law WILL offer at public sale to the ses the following desirable renl estate The one luilf interest of wild Fronds iu very suddenly on Tuesday afternoon positive guarantee by W G White highest bidder on W B Smith Esq has returned from a the three elory of paralysis of the heart The funeral prescription druggist trip to Springfield Ohio The first man services were held Thursday morning BRIGK STORE HOUSE LOT Advice to 3tother he saw was the man who built the col- Â¬ at bis late home as his aged and infirm in front of the Court House door lira Wnnunrt Soormsa Sxsur should alwsyi Â¬ umns of the Court house portico in Rich- wife is not able to leave the house on Main Street now oecuphd by Cov Â¬ children ate cnuiofr teeth It ro tx used when UevetlieliUieioertratonce it produces natural TEN SHARES OF STOCK ington Miti hell HOUSE AND mond iorty years ago aulet ileeo and the little cherub awakeias brwbt He leaves a large circle of friends as a button It is Terr pleasant to tatte It in the First Nntlonal Bank of Rich Â¬ LOT on Third Street now occupied by Mr and Mrs A D Flora who have soothes the chflosoftena the gucu allays sU pain T J Cornelison The annual meeting of the Glade Bale nt 3 Jr regulates tho bowels aud is the best knenrs remedy mond so long resided in Richmond left on for diarrhoea whether RrUing from teething or 23- Christian Temperance Union organ- Â¬ H T DANIEL other eutttea Twcat j firo cents a bottle Saturday for Myers Florida where they ized nearly eleven years ago when 65 and may reside per Â¬ will spend the winter 2MdLjbJ- Wenzell was working up the Murphy fronlinn from 45 to 60 feet on Third manently Mrs Floras health demand- Â¬ movement Specific will cure Rhetiraa in this part of the State Street and 84 feet In deph There ia Sanns r rnTrTT ed the change on one nf these Iota a Good Frame was held in the college chapel Tues- Â¬ tlsm or money refunded Price 7fic at Stable nud ou another a frame IhiIIiI day night the 13tli After the literary Whites Drug Store Second street Ih now used for Picket Wire Fence DOYLESYILLE 5- exercises and the address by Judge near Garuett House Shop Goodloe the officers for Ihe ensuing Cleveland is elected ESTABLISHED 1673 School Books at Whites Drug Store year were elected Priuclpal B fi Just as I expected tf with fix rooms nud otio half acre of and St near Garnett House There is a high tid In the river at this Huuting was elected President and Published Every Afternoon ground situated on Irvine Street near Mr Fred McCollum Secretary running tlraf aud plenty of drift the Fair Grounds EXCEPT SUNDAY Road horses trotters and runners Annie daughter of Pendleton and Mr Joseph Chamberlain member of shod in any manner desired I have HOUSE AND LOT ON ARjrERST Mnllle Tracy died nt their home near Parliament for Birmingham nud Miss just received an extra lot of four year Has the largest circulation of any dally Broom Factory now ued this place November 716S8 aged 1 Mary Endicott daughter ot ihe Secre- old second growth timber for repairing paper in Louisville The only evening froutitig 40as n on Orange Street LOT feet year and 10 mouths the hearts of tary of War were quietly married at all kinds of wagons All work guar- Â¬ paper that print the news of the United At the earue time I will soil two Val- Â¬ many friends go out ia sympathy to 8t Johns Episcopal Church in Wash Â¬ anteed at the very lowest prices 6hop Prrss Association Average circulation for the last six uable Harness Mares nud a field of Among back of Brookss drug store ington at 2 oclock Thursday from 8 to 10 acres of Corn lying about the bereaved parents months over 15000 It is the home paper for the people of 1 miles from town on Lancaster pike Respectfully Mooreof Owensbnrough the tew friends of the family who were Mrs Llla A the Ohio Valley One Picket Wire Fknob Macjiinr and Col Demaree ol College Hill gave present were the President and Mrs Sfebly 8 L MIDKIFF As a newspaper it takes the front rank Terjis One third of purchase lectures at this place Nov Â¬ Cleveland while the general literary department money for real estatcnayablo January temprauce makes It emphatically the Family Paper 1st 1SS9 when possession will Ira Riven A SAD STORY ember 10h 11th and organized a Ayer a Sarsaparilla acts directly and of the South balance In equal payments of pIx mid Mrs Moore lodge of sevea member The child coughed The mother ran promptly purifying and enriching tho vlftt interi-st twelve montfw SUBSCRIPTION from Is a good lecturer aud a fine lady wasnear Before morning By mail No remedy blood Improving the appetiteslrengtb For personalty a credit until 50 cents per month postage i dale January 1st 18S9 enlrig the nerves and Invigorating the tho poor little mtferer was dead free 5 00 per year postage free New Millinery Store at 8honridge R PARKES Trustee E Main system It l Jn the truest sense no Moral Always keep Dr Ackers TUB L0UISV1LB PST sland No Floras old P P Ballaud Auctioneer V tirea Suet operative medicine Every invalid English Remedy at Land 8 hi ly W ji8 Mbs Lek Maupin I Street V LowtsviLLE Ky 23 23 10- - G White prescription druggist It should give it a trial It Â¬ Â¬ A colored man with a mixed expression of joy and sorrow dropped into The Climax office one day last week and inquiringly remarked Boss Mr John Harris beat dot feller Clevelan mighty bad He let that Mr General Buckner git away wij him but I reckon hes slashed ole Clevelan powfully Are you sorry or glad we asked Well you see Boss Ise a Publicin and Mr John Harris is a Democrat but den you see hes a Madison county man an I does If people troubled with cold will like to see ole Madison gwine ahead He was given a copy of The Climax take AyerV Cherry Pectoral before and told that it contained all the election golug to church they will avoid cough- Â¬ ing The Pectoral soothes ami heals news the irritating tissues and controls all The Bourbon News continues to linger lixpositinu to couxh It about the head of the class It says A postal from Bob Porter at Flemingsburg Notes On Christmas Magazine says J W Lee a livery stable proIt is pretty well understood that the prietor is settling an election bet by conductors ol Harpers Mngnzlne al breaking rock on the street from eight ways intend to issue a Christmas Num- Â¬ oclock until five oclock p m I heard ber which shall be not only complete a good one to day An old lady died in itself but arranged on lines some Â¬ here two weeks ago and her funeral was what different from those followed dur Â¬ preached at her residence The preacher ing the ret of the year aud the ar- Â¬ was late in arriving and some one got up ticles in the Christmas Number for 1S88 and requested any friend of the deceased were selected evidently with this end to make a few remarks They waited in in view The result is an issue strong silence for a few minutes when an old and novel The originality of it pages gray haired man got up and said As is perhaps most striking in the No Â¬ no one else wishes to make any remarks I vember Number as in The Chris-l-mnwill pass the time away while waiting for Story of a Little Church by the preacher by discussing the tariff Grace King So irus Dismal by W which he did in a very elaborate manner W Archer and The Front Yard by until the preacher arrived This is a Miss Woolson litis last being a daring peculiar town I will be home Saturday comparison of Italian and New Eng lund nature and ways In poetry too DRIP ROCK Ihe Number is exceptionally good Ar Â¬ Bom to the wife of Jerry Cox Novem tistically it has never been surpassed Iter Stli a girl Chinaman says samee as Melioan Born to the wife of John Farmer man and we say ifGanters chicken cholera cure fails to cure your money November 2nd a girl will he refunded liy Stockton Willis Mrs Betsy Ttirpin of Winston is visiting friend ami relations here this Patrick Packham who killed his week wife April 2 by cutting her 1111 the hack of the neck with a razor was Died at the residence of her mother November 6th Miss Lilly Webb in sentenced at New York to be hanged Jau 4 her 16th year of lyphoid fever a Â¬ Â¬ Woman ltose their beauty because The EpfccoiKil Ciiirch Cougresw will colds nudermine their life Dr Ackers meet Nov 20 nt B iflalo English Remvdy for Cousumptiou Is The first BapM t church at Lwclus an absolute cure fur colds Sold by W G White prescription drugsilit tmi has been luimljouiely improved The Catholics of Aulrillu and India Tho American Fat Stotk Show Chicago Nor 13th and 24th have presented the line a gift of jilO JO 000 The Kuukakee Line C I St L Rev Frank J Cheek has been in Â¬ O By sells dally round trip tickets to stalled ns pastor ol the First Presby Â¬ Chicago from Cincinnati at 12 tickets good ten days Ticket offices N W terian church of PariCor Fourth and Vine Streets and Cen Â¬ The Louliyille Mothotlin Orphans tral Union Depot corner Third Street Home has 871027 endowment 21200 aud Central Avenue Cincinnati O properly 3002075 other resources 22 28 There are 20 children in Ihe Hume Sunns Specific will cure Rheuma The pastor of the Baptist church be- Â¬ Usnl or money refunded Price 75c at ing absent Prof James Rice will preach Whiles Drui Store Second street Sunday morning and Rev Preston near Garuett House 5- Blake Sunday night services at the Court house Miort Time Only All persons indebted to J J Brooks Rev Jas H Morrison one nf the most popular Presbyterian ministers in prior to 18S8 will please come aud settle Louisville has resigned his charge hi by note or cash at once All claims not that city to work as an evangelist in 19 settlid promptly will be placed in the 10-hand- - of a collector mountain counties Seventy colored people were LaptNed W H Kelley will build you a good In Richmond on Sunday by Rev Matt house cheaper thau any man in town Campbell of the Irvine street Baptist mar7 tf church That church has Iteiweeu If jrou want a nice buggy phseton seven ami eight hundred members rnikawajr or siniiRe bnriHielto S Banholowew Episcopal chinch coupe go t John Dnivtawi apr4 t Madison Square N Y is th richest in Donolson will make you as good a America The Aslors Vnuderliilts Rhiiielauder Ten Ilroccks Birdys buggy or carriage as tain lie bought apr4 tf CnrbiiiH and Rout B uner Jr ami any where in America niHiiy other wealthy families attend worship there ANWOUMCEfEWTS KOK ASSKSSOIl HOUSE LAFD AND CLARK COBHTY KYSEBIES OF SHORTHOBK SALES ISTILLEBY FQRSiiLE We wish lo sell privately our House and 141 acres of land including the well known Amos Ellison jD X SS S X Xa 3E3 X one mile from Speedwell In Madison county Ky The HOUSE is a weather hoanltd box 1J stories high with six rooms There are good out buildings a fine well in the yard and an excel- Â¬ lent pond cloe by One half the land Is in grasH the other half in corn It Is well fenced and there is a choice lot of Fruit Tree The Distillery has recently been re piired aud iti reputation for making a choice article of whisky as well as brandy ha long been established The adjoining farm of 220 acre formerly the same tract can be bought It has excellent store hou e and good Improvements Speedwell has post ofliee churches schools stores shops and other con veniences Terms easy Call on or adilrefw MARYE BROOKS 28- N B BROOKS L St TUESDAY NONfiMBBR 37 S B It B RednH and Letilfo Combs will sell in Winchester Kv At head nf tirst class ealUf Meecn- - HMimona will comprise Marys Phvllfaes Tlnys Prlaeflowere JcepliMM Ac htedthhue the splendid 22 months Renlek bml Rose of Bharon 111 Ophelias Aekiam Mr Combs will offer the pure Booth bull imp Hyal feerr hI mue Sharon females of the beat liooth families Including a pure KlHerby kelfer WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 2S John W PrewKt wMl sJI at kfe hom near Winchester Ky his entire herd of 70 bead inelude his eleven kad of prize winners this year at the Lexington and Paris Kahx Th fcMtiHw are Marys Phyllisea ot the Gentle Annie branch Rosemarys Han fete Sweet Roses c THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29 8 D 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anfctr MM a 4 t - - nl j siitikiMMlK nTfcft irtatUMei sKttM fttlt9uf njt t - wi fWgrl mtM T -T lmM kl y IHo fly Mirl TmrmMmimrmm pi TINWARE HOUSE AT mjtM MViC Wkt Jl et i n - Ut HaW 14 22 -- No 26 N Second SL Armors old stamid REPAIRING SQ- - 4 f li a Is prepared wth an experienced set of hands to o all k nN of hruie building 8 repairing Give him a cat I t war tf Contractor and Builder i SPECIALTY BL HllHl----li-Hfl-HIHHnffiB Q MiiiiMMirfltTnin Jif mm mil iniiinM m iiiiiiinm imi n wimriiranii - r r t rrwvlT 23 IGROOKEJ High - Pressure Living characterizes thesa modern days The result ia a fearful increase of Brain sealed Wheat shells A man In Duluth has an invention whioh he thinks will cheapen by a half the cost of transporting grain and lum-Â¬ bar from the Northwest to Europe In his idea there are suggestions of the Leary raft a canal boat and a torpedo boat His plan is to make cigar shaped cylinders of stoel which are to bo loaded in Duluth with grain sealed up taken in tow through the lakes to Buffalo through the Brio canal to Al Â¬ bany down the Hudson and ovor to Liverpool without onco breaking bulk One of these shells will he sent to Liverpool as soon as it is tested and tho necessary contracts for towing aro made It is likely though that moro than ono sholl will bo built before an experimental trip across tho ocean is mado as it would not bo a complete ozperiment nor would it nay to over only one shelL The sholls are made as large as the locks of the Erie canal will permit That is the limit to the size of any vos sol bound from Duluth to Now York The shells are made of stoel plates rivetod to each other like a boilers plates Inside there is a sheathing to provent the water from getting into tho wheat That is all there is to tho in- Â¬ Outside there is a railing terior around the hatch and a place for a man to stand and steer The steering apÂ¬ paratus is detachable The intention is to havo a steersman on each shell whilo going through the Erie canal and other canals on the way from Du- Â¬ luth to New York but at New York to lash tho sholls together and tow them across to Liverpool taking tho quietest time of the year to go and tho easiost routes without an effort to make any quicker transit than a sailing vessel would though tn time improvement might come that would allow quicker A Scheme from Dnluth That WUl Bo Great If It Succeeds and Heart Diseases General De Â¬ bility Insomnia Paralysis and In sauity Chloral and Morphia augment l ho evil The medicine best adapted to do permanent good is Ayera Sar- Â¬ saparilla It purifies enriches and vitalizes the blood and thus strengthens every function and faculty of the body I have used Ayera Sarsaparilla in my family for years BEMETT iti 1 DRMSTOfl - invaluable as I havo foumlit DRY GOODShad in New York A Cure The attention of the ladioe is especially called to our superior line of Dross Goods embraoing the most fashionable Fabrics to be for Nervous Debility caused by an in- Â¬ active liver and a low state of the blood Henry Bacon Xenia Ohio For somo time I havo been troubled with heart disease I never found any Â¬ thing to help me until I began using Ayers Sarsaparilla I have only used this medicine sir months but it has re- Â¬ lieved me from my trouble and enabled mo to resumo work J P Carzanett Perry III I havo been a practicing physician for over half a century and during that time I have never found bo powerful and reliable an alterative and blood M MaxstartLouisvillo tks Choice Silks Henriettas Serges partner as Ayers Sarsaparilla Ky Dr De Boges Cashmeres c c Ayers Sarsaparilla TBErABED BY Dr J C Ayer 1 Co Lowell Mass Worth Lace Flounces of all kinds 1riee six bottles i lb a bottle White Goods in great quantity We have in Laces Ribbons Collars Guffs Handkerchiefs Gloves and Parasols all that can be desired 43 L THE NEXT SESSION WIMOPEN Wedncsdav The Prbpakatohy Department is transportation uuder the supervision of the Faculty The saving would bo in olevator and no pains will be spared to make charges in the cost of loading and un this loading at Buffalo and New York and reduced cost of towing as it With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the best New Madison County School in the be would cheaper to tow the sholls school of art and design in gents garments experienced in the nil that can be desired Our aim is to over than to load the wheat on a York prepare boys for College and at the steamer and take it across The grain time give a practical educabeet houses of that city and versed in every detail of the business tion to thosethorough not take the reg- Â¬ comes by rail from tho wheat fields of who can ular course Special attention will be Minnesota Dakota and Manitoba to aided by on elaborate stock of given to Writing Composition Book Duluth where it is put in tho grain elevators until ready for shipment At Keeping and Civil Engineering is called to the following prosent it is takeu from there through Attention communication from one of our pa- tho lakes to Buffalo elevated again trons a prominent citizen of the com Â¬ put in canal boats taken to New York anfl munity Mr Burnnm elates clearly again elevated put into a steamer an1 the methods pursued and the character sent to Liverpool Tho waves can of work done in this department of the wash over the shells all they wish as University tho shells are hermetically sealed and Richmond Ky June iSth 18S8 tho water will not get in unloss the seams start Dr L H BLANTON The main tumble will be in keeping Chancellor of Central University tho tow together in the ocean Tho My Dear Doctor Last fall I waves may break the tow lines or a We are patting forth suits equal to the best made in this country started my oldest son then in his twelfth storm may arise and swamp evory year with some misgivings as to the wis Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us thing The towing steamer might dom of the step to the Preparatory Depart ment of your college and during the have to part with the shells to save it- Â¬ second year which has just closed my self but they would float and though special and critical attention has been con- the chance of picking them up after stantly directed to the conduct of that de they were once cut loose would be partment and I wish to bear voluntary small there would be a possibility of testimony that he has received careful Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Merchant Tailorim Sept 12 88 THE SUPREME COURT Stately Ceremonlousneos trlth Which Its Session Are Conducted There is no other tribunal in tho country around whose stately methods so much and gravo deliberations solemnity and ceremony are thrown Even their black silk gowns must be fashioned and made after a certain pattern It is not long ago that the high and mighty dignitaries of tho court were shocked by the announce- Â¬ ment seemingly on excelont authority that the robes they were then wearing wore not of the cut and style which had been introduoed and sanctified by the groat first Chief Justice of the court John Jay An investigation was im Â¬ mediately ordered The picture of Mr Jay that hangs in the chamber was closely scanned but gave no satisfactory proof that the robes were according to his ancient pattern and it was only when the grandson of tho dead jurist produced from among tho family relics the identical gown worn by his ancestor that tho solemn old judges were satisfied that the cut of their judicial clothes was correct Tho opening of the Supreme Court is one of the stage accessories to off- Â¬ icial lifo at Washington Any one who has over been present will never for Â¬ get the scene The room is a stuffy one at best and is rather an owlish looking place One placid faced negro sits at the door with a string in his hand to help him open it without trouble Anothor but a white haired son of Africa sits Inside to aid him Neither ono of them would demean himself by pulling the string for any ono loss than a Senator or a member of tho House Ordinary citizens must push their way inside unaided No one must carry a newspaper openlv within the sacred precincts for tho rulo is absoluto that no reading of journals is allowed in tho court Nor must any notes of tho proceedings bo taken tho official reporter is to do all PI10F0NALJDAIIIS DR A WILKES SMITH Practjck Limitbd OFKICK Office boMia P M 4 t Dbnti 1 TRY GORMLEY AND- - GO South sMMiatrMain Sre w 900 to 120c M June ti J C MORGAN D D S 2 OFF1CE ilm over MnUj sou KatkHial Bank ItterKWHMi Kv June 22 tf 4rt DR J M POYNTZ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE Seow street next to W U Hes Drug K tore juneiif G W EVANS M D Absolutely Pure A marvel of This powder never varies purity MreiiRlh and wholesomeness More economical than the ordinary kinds and CRiinot besold m competition with the mul- Â¬ and titudes ot low let short weight nluin canSold only In phjsplinte powders itovAi Haking Powder Co IM Valistrret 21 2U New York rarE3mErlrKJJi jantl iy Eojrj AND PHYSICIAN SURGEON OfFICiS HeotMl street jun 22tf DRS TAYLOR RICHMOND ASHE KY Praetftknm in Medietoe hI Sur n OFFICE Seeoml stretover Dvkv Grocery btre juueii MAIN STKEET RICHMOND KY DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Iwxmss Up Reoklenee at Willis Horae Htsura jHHeitf Daiwcr cf Life Seld oil V SCod 4e hack fTa 6gltW fe 4 KRnnwVdsV fez DR PHIL ROBERTS Oflers his profeetHotial services to iLe puWie OlHce In tlrttK store on lower Mun jil27 ly Street RiebnMHHl Ky i VBRADriCLD RtfcOLToR CO 21 Srufttsts Moirni Mother feSnild free- - DR U 21 that French English American Suitings Onco inside suppose tho clock over tho door is strikiug noon If it is striking at all that is tho hour ono hears for it never sounds save to call tho court together Behind tho long curtains that hang in tho rear of tho bench the judges aro formed dressed in their silken robes The grave faced old crier stands at one end of the court and then looks sternly around to note if all are in proper state to re- Â¬ ceive their honors Then with an elevated chin and a loud voice he an- Â¬ KENTtTGKY CENTHAL E H BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North West and Southwest Hast C ps2 2r FORD KY OtUee iHMirs 2 to 4 oefoek in the af ternooti sic iat M AMBROSE June 22 tf W T SEXSMITU PHYSICIAN Offers D Fast Line Between Lexington and Cincinnati SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 20th 1SSS SOUTH BOUND Lve Covington No 2 Ex San fcjo am 1003 am 1105 am AND SURGEuX to 17 r No Daily ExJnu No 6 NORTH BOUND Livingston Berra - No3 pubtic No I No S WHITE HALL KY hk profewtonal services aug itf CHkath IIEATII TROUSERINGS and VESTIWGS Â¬ Â¬ GENTS PUBLISHING GOODS Guffs Â¬ Â¬ a I i i If this invention turns out well it will cut the cost of transporting wheat from Duluth to Liverpool five to twolve unlaimdried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc cents a bushel That will be a big item when multiplied by the millions of bushels yearly exported from tho Northwest The saving by not haviDg to break bulk at Buffalo would alone amount to three to fivo conts a bushel and if the New York to Liverpool part ia great quantity and variety from the cheapest to the mos of the experiment is a failure there re- Â¬ mains a large probability of cutting eJagRHt embossed gilt tho wheat rate between Duluth and Now York whilo navigation on tho Erie canal is open UHHSTOn This if successful will bo a much bigger thing than Mr Leary s experi Â¬ ment of bringing lumber from Nova Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Ky apllS tf Scotia here in rafts as it will change the whole lake trade If successful tho lake schooners which are now 5- making enough profit in threo good Chancellor years to pay for themselves will havo to come down in their freight ratos I CIIAS S rOWELL J SrEED SMITH and the railroads running to Duluth will be banned whilo the all rail SMITH freight routes most will suffer There is a fight between Duluth and Chicago now for the wheat of tho Northwost Duluth has the advantage of shorter Â¬ distances of railroad transportation from the wheat fields while Chicago has the larger capital and the older Duluth has large ore ship- Â¬ business We represent ten of the strong- ments in addition to the grain and Companies in est the ore is not shipped to IN FACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY the Fire Insurance represent the though a cheap rate of transportation world We Europe AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN Company that has the largest would enable the ore companies to IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 capital in the world the Company sond it to New York It already goes YEARS OR MORE IN THIS TOWN that has the largest paid up capital to Cleveland On the return tho sholls in the world the Company that might bo used to take coal to tho We Veep constantly on hand a Urge stock of BUILDERS HARDWARE of has the largest assets in the world Northwost Most of the coal con- Â¬ sumed in the Northwest comes from all Mwk as well as IRON and BLACKSMITH and WAGON MAKERS MATE- the only Company in the world Buffalo the freight west being coal RIAL Also a LARGE and FULL LINE of all goods in oilier lines that we handle Special attention given to furnishing Nails Hinges Bolts c for Tobacco that pays its losses without dis- Â¬ and east grain and ore N Y Sun Barns We arc the agents for the most celebrated count and does not make you agree in its policy to wait sixty AN INTERESTING CASE days after a lire to get your money A Carload Legal Question Recently De Â¬ All Companies charge the same cided by an English Court The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairy The children of Marc Thomegay The Farmer can find all he wants under our roof Machinery Trace chains rate then havo recently caused the record of ono Haroes Hay forks Shovels c not Insure in theBest of the most curious legal complications The Carpenter and Builder can find all he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can Ind the only complete stock of Iron workman of Insure your house and contents ovor known Marc was a Horse shoes Kails and Wagon Material in the town England in 1731 We of course cant enumerate all the goods we handle but ask all to come and and sleep soundly it will be too Geneva who came to see for themselves the stock of goods we keep in our 127 foot store house They will late after you are burned out According to his own account as ho told it in a petition to the council of find Our Companies have over 40 Geneva somo years afterward one of GOODS 000000 capital and over 100 tho first ties he formed in England was an attachment for Miss Martha Powis 000000 assets viz We also run a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only employ the whom he intended to marry as soon as Liverpool London most competent workmen Our Mr Gentry being a practical mechanic himself will Globe Assets 40976673 fortune would allow him to do so give special attention to all work done in that line ROOFING GUTTERING RE- Â¬ Commercial Union 54476165 Being unable to marry they lived to- Â¬ PAIRING C as he has done in the past Guardian 20603324 gether for several years and had threo Our long experience in our business enables us to be well up in it in the way of Home 8061183 children In 1749 however he mar- Â¬ M 71289585 markets ana ouymg our gooas stncuy lor casn enables us to Duy at uie bottom price Lancashire ried Elizabeth NVbodhouse and one and that benefit we give to our customers Dont forget that you can always find the Queen 6050025 daughter was born to them Eliza- Â¬ lowest prices and the best goods at the old reliable house of Hartford 1258601 German 2187173 beth Woodhouse died in 1747 and in CO- SHACKELFORD GENTRY FiremansFund 2181925 1754 he finally married Martha Powis rftchii tf National 2006857 by whom he had three more chil- Â¬ dren Two of her children born e Total 119121514 before her marriage returned to Geneva and married there and in or- Â¬ apriS 9m der to legitimize them Marc in 1774 appealed to the council This not be ing contrary to the law of Switzerland was granted and the children pro- Â¬ nounced legitimate In 18CG a lady MAIN IS jSlS35fevy0v who was descended from Marc and his wife Elizabeth died intestate in En Â¬ gland possessed of a large property and to find her next kin it was neces- Â¬ sary to go back to the children of Is the place to go if you want anything in Martha Powis Then came the issue between the descendants of the throe Diamonds Watches children born before wedlock but legitimized by the Geneva court and Clocks Jewelry Pine the children born after wedlock who ac- Â¬ were legitimate unquestionably cording to English law The English Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas law does not permit children to be made legitimate by subsequent mar- Â¬ Gold Headed Oanes riage but it gives effect to the laws of Fine Razors other countries which hold the con- Â¬ trary Tho question was Of what Fine Pocket Knives country was Marc a citisen when ho Tho court marriod Martha Powis DEALEH IN holds that he hod become a citizen of Domestic Scwiiif Machines England and had never renounced his Watches Clocks Jewelry Sliver and allegiance and was decided that tho it AND ALL KINDS OF representatives of the first children Plated ware etc 8pecial could receive no share of the property attention given to N Y Suh SEWIKG MACHINE NEEDLES Neck Wear Collars Handkerchiefs Shirts lauudried and WALL PAPERS Ml BUTT k patient and thorough instructions from tltose in charge and has made gratifying progress not alone in the studies pursued but also in mental training and capacity for application The system pursued in the department is one that trains the pupil to think reason logically and remember Observation has impressed me with the conviction that few persons or even professional in Â¬ structors have the aptitude to impress these educational characteristics upon the minds of young boys You have been fortunate in securing instructors for this department who arc gifted in this respect and I earnestly hope that their services may be secured premanently to the young boys of this community and that the high grade of proficiency that now obtains in tlits department may continue I am very truly yours A R BURNAM further information and Catalogue apply to L H BLANTON it The honorable tho Chief Justice and the Associated Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States The audience rises the cur- Â¬ tain parts tho judges stop forward and bowing low stand an instant fac- Â¬ ing those present who return the salu- Â¬ Oyez oyez says the modu- Â¬ tation lated voice of the crier all persons having any business with the honor- Â¬ able the Supreme Court of the United States are admonished to draw near for the court is now in session And with a quick sharp glance around to see that no unregenerate citizen has yet dared to be seated the official adds God save the United impressively States and this honorable court The business has begun AT Y Graphic COLLEGE SOCIETIES nounces The Popular Xlne between Cincinnati Tl Entire - Indianapolis and thisrt Pullman Sleepier Cars and Elegant lie dining- Chair Cars on Night Trains Magnificent Parlor Cars on Say Trains CHIOAG Tnhu EC LAFAYETTE Lve Iviituiana Arr laris 1140 am Arr Lexington 1230pm Z 1150 am Lve lJaris Arr Winchester 3235 pm 2oopm Arr Richmond Arr Iiucaster 510 pm fcco pm Arr Stanford lve Richmond 205 pm Ivc Falmouth iopn 93S pm 328 430 510 1130 pm 610 1055 pm 530 1115 pm fcos 710 818 840 1034 pm tijpn upa pm Arr TBKOKH Kltloat O Ait Livingston IJerea 320 pm 545 pm Lve Lve pm Arr pm Lve pm Lve pm Arr pm Lve pm Arr pm Arr pm Lve Lve Lve KlehimHHt StHnfonl Lancaster Kiehmoml Winchester ltieliifMiMl ua 1035 fctn ami am J F Coknelimin CORNELISOX Practicing Physicians Iaris 1100 ami 130 p 225 p 720 8io am am Prs lve Cyntblnna KHIBHHiin Lexington pm 300 pm 340 P 406 pm 3S 525 545 fcjo 650 740 825 V3S 35 aa as a1 a1 KKNTITK RICHMOND ofler their profeeskwal services i the tjunly public 3 ai Arr Covlnnlon 451 P tcoo pmj 1125 aa 96 aa MK03 aa 11 430 pm SS P fcso 35 P DR GILES HARRIS WACO KY pm MAYSVILLE BRANCH SOUTH BOUND Lve JlHjsvIlle Johnson- Cnrlisle I uxlncton Covinsston end Tandalla Lint Pullman ruflft Sleeping Cars Pullman RecKninr Chair Car New lirst Class Coache Second Class Coaches and Baggag Cars all run through -without change between Cincinnati and St Louis V Louis Cincinnati tand St Big Four lUllirsjTIs tho I St L C - solid BETWEEN jrnizsrs ExSnu ecoo a m 6C35 a m No to Dally No 12 Dally Ex Sun NOKTH BOUND N No II Daily Dtilly Ex Suh KxSuh Oilers his profesehHMil services t t pttbtfe jantlf DR S M LETCHER Mlllerhurg Arr Paris Xo 32 leaves Covington 739 am 753 am 8 30 a m 915 am 1135 am 105 pm Lve Covington- Lexington- 140 pm a4 pm Arr MillerxbarK 258 pm CsrlWa 3J pm JohttMtH km pm ocoo pm 3lnysvllle iri 830 am 921 am am 1050 a 1015 F3S sw pm 4S pm SWo P 547 ecu 705 740 P pm pm pm PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Ofltef ou First Street jauly Somo of the Famous 31en Who Aro Stern Â¬ berg of the FratomltlM EFor SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO POWELL The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricultural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Richmond Fire DSDraace Â¬ Â¬ Farming Implements and Machinery Why THREE FLOORS PULL OF USEFUL A large portion of the educators are members of the fraternities and in many cases actively associated with their progress This includes such men as President Eliot of Harvard Dwight of Yale Walker of the Boston Institute of Technology Seelye of Am Â¬ herst White of Cornell Dwight of the Columbia Law School Gilman of Johns Hopkins University Johnston of Tulane and Northrop ofthe Uni Â¬ versity of Minnesota Tlere is not a faculty of any size in the United States that does not contain society members and few professional chairs at the largest colleges are not filled by representatives of the leading fra- Â¬ ternities These little societies had supplied forty Governors to most of the largest States of the Union and had in the last administration the Pres- Â¬ ident of the United States and tho majority of his Cabinet On the Supreme Bench of the United States the fraternities are now repre- Â¬ sented by five of the Associate Jus- Â¬ tices A summary published in 1885 showed Alpha Delta Phi Psi Upsilon and Delta Kappa Epsilon to have fur Â¬ nished of United States Senators and Representatives 39 25 and 30 respect- Â¬ fully while in the last Congress 13 Representatives and 2 Senators were members of the last named fraternity alone and in the membership of theso 3 fraternities are included 24 Bishops of the Protestant Episcopal Church In tho class room they are representod by Whitney and Marsh in the pulpit by R S StoiTS and Phillips Brooks in tho paths of literature by James Rus- Â¬ sell Lowell George William Curtis Donald G Mitchell Charles Dudley Warner Edward Evorett Hale and E C Stedman in recent public life by Presidents Arthur and Garfield by Wayne MacVeagh Charles S Fair child Robert T Lincoln John D Long William M Evarts Joseph R Hawloy and William Waltor Pholps Century AND TEMPER CORPULENCE A New York rhynlclan Gives a Queer Theory to the World You groat big clodhopper shriek-Â¬ ed a slender visaged female upon whoso aquiline nose a pair of gold oye- glasses wore cramped as she nearly pushed a conductor off a Madison av- Â¬ enue car the other day I beg your pardon maam but I did not intond to step on your foot It was merely an accident Well why dont you look where youre going and you wont make such a fool of yourself ejaculated the in- Â¬ jured female While a reporter was unavoidably listening to the foregoing dialogue ho felt some one tugging at the sleeve of his coat and turning around saw a well known physician who figures prominently in tho law courts as an ox pert upon insanity That carries out my idea exactly observed tho doctor What idea is that asked tho re-Â¬ m ar Â¬ this train nirts through to Richmond Ky H M D Sunday others are daily except Sunday Direet mmle Wineiteter HI No only Falmouth at 430 p m ar- Â¬ Ashland connection isOhio forMMt Sterling PHYSICIAN ami SUKGEoX Cincinnati and with Chesapeake and 31 leaves Ilanllnetou Charloaton W Va TIA THE RICHMOND KY rives Covington 630 p m Sunday nml Battern Cities CI St L k C and I B W Short tine OFFICE SeeoMl street west iloort only FAST LINK Noh S ami run via WiH Reclining Chair Cars CommodiousBETWEEN No 15 leaves Lexington 715 p m ar- Â¬ ehesterSolid TraiitK with Inllman Steeping Whites Drug Store Cars between Cincinnati and Hlehnumd Va Special attention given to Microscop Â¬ rives Paris 755 p in Idianapoli FecmIlh ad Heohk Ish and Winchester ami Washington D U ical and CheiRifftl examinations of No 8 leaves Covington 520 p m arThrnitKli Ticket ami ltasgaKe Cheeked to tissues ami HuMs of the Via SHELDON hHisn body rives Falmouth 720 p m auy destination reaehed by a railroad TV K IM J C I St 1 A C snd T P 22jnetf For full part ieutaro address or call on any At Chicago St Louis snd Teorli clone and Im Â¬ No 7 leaves Falmouth 550 a m arrives agent of the Company or mediate connections are made nith all LInei to Covington 750 a m and from the Northwest lVrst and Southwest S V R MOItSE E IT BACON Daily Except Sunday DR C S HOLTON Gen Iasar A Trav PaWr Agt Ihroegh Tickets and Bagret Checks to all Frlsclpil Feints Covington Ky Lexington Ky Note No 3 Daily between Richmond Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St L Homeopathic Physician ami Surgeon II E HUNTINGTON Lexington and Covington F BCAKR Agt C Ity also via this line at all Coupon Ticket Ilielimoad Ky Offices throughout the country UeuI Manager No 4 Daily between Covington Lex Richmond Kentucky ngton and Winchester On Saturdays General OrScea Covington Ky JOHN ECAN Gcnl Pass and Tkt Agent CINCUTHATIQ Office Main Street over D M Brig t Office hours 830 to 1100 A M 2 00 o 400 P M Special attention given to disea es 01 women and all difficult chronic cases Patients treated at a hUnce and Homeopathic medicines sent In am a J IS THE FIJTEST JLXD BEST Elogant Reclining Chair Cars BETWEEN rives Falmouth 1030 a m at 830 a W BRIGHT Peoria Â¬ The mum Organ qUBM AND CRESCENT EOUTE Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO dress mai6 iv DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 51 51 New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the Surgery RED HOUSE KY PriGipal Points Sol East m Son DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY Oilers bis professional services lo the public Olliee at Powells store 12- THE SOUTHERN HOUTE TO THE PACIFIC COAST the important Cities of the South without change It stands at the head of all rood onrarui Those who desire to hare the best organ should acquaint them telres with the merits ot our instruments Uont take our word for what we ear but we and test our Instruments If no dealer sells our organs In youx locality write to the factory - T J MARLIN V S Morniiis and Night Trains Only inn pinSTuneTca h1 Ontario Veterinary College Office RUNNING THKOUOH CARS TO JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA IN T TWKNTY EIOHT HOURS Travelers have a choice of two kinds of Sleeping Oar en CinnSnl O ULU O ICLlllJ HTniinn QUEKN AND CHBSCKNT ROUTB Manns Megant Ikm dolr Uutlet Cur and Pullmans Finest Iulaee Buffet sleeper State Room Pattern VETERINARY SURGEON at Foxs Stable - RICHMOND KENTUCKY i BUY rfOOTIIEIt Address MILLER ORGAN CO free Oitaloguade JLE13 A PfON Ttx passengers holding tickets via this line art Grand Central Union Depot in Cincinnati therefore saved transfer across the City and are assured a Journey attended with speei comfort and cenveulence Nearly All the Leading llailroads XciTSM JK PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law RICHMOND KY Special attention given to abstracting titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky Office in Climax Imiltlinp s E Corner Main and SeeoiHl Streets up stairs junc 22 tf 034 Travel yia- - Queen and Crescent SSISSIS JOHNOGAULT CFSimmons St Louis Props SI A Simmons Liver Medicine Estd iSo in the U S Court defeats J IIZciIinProprAQSiramons Liv er Kegulator Estd by Zolin 1S6S SI A S L M has for 47 years DUUU3flK33 u HEADACHE LOST ArrETiTE Sour Stomach Etc iicr i a steams iastor 41 K Church Adams Tenn writes Ithink I should have been dead but sor your oenmne si A Sim Â¬ mons Liver Medicine I have sometimes had to substitute UWftr JT- I Zeilins stuff for your Medi Â¬ cine but it dont answer the CoBfira purpose Uno ot u Tho Original Wins uusoj J A Higgins HEW GROCERY aMaamWni Genernl Ofllces St Taul Building West Fourth Ht Cincinnati Ohio I G KDWARDS Acting General Passenser Agent General Manager R- - X RYAN R CARROLL General Freight Agent Superintendent General 1 27 J QUINLAN General Advertising Agent a m ia I Attorney at Law RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE with C F A R Rur juue 22 tt naiu on First Street E T BURNAM Oti UPPER HHIN STREET Attorney at Xiaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY J A SULLIVAN BaStftt fnntt T D P AEMEE THE STREET l ADRUFF Medicine and have used hall of it It works like a charm I want no better Liver Iteimlator and rrr tainly no more of Zedins rcixture JEWELEE Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands 01 OFFICE on First street same aa formerly occupied by County Judge Boasted Coffee octL ly Pure Eio Combination of Rio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocha Miller Pure Arabian Mocha and Genuine Pure Private Plantation Java Male Berry Java These goods are all kept in air tight tin cans C S POWELL New and fresh goods throughout embracing the best brands and qualities 49 40 STAPLE FANCY GROCERIES Attorney at laaw RICHMOND ICY Office on Second m Street jane 22 tf Fine Carriages BRING m YOUR v c Old Gold and SILVER and get new goods for it or the O a S EC porter Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches Etc That womens tempers como from Paper Water Buckets and Wah Tubs A corporosity he continued their fat woman is good tempered and easy auglO 1 y going it is natural that she should be so I think the temper is all in the hones any way and when a woman is fat the temper becomes absorbed before it reaches the surface Perhaps CJ TITAX STOCK 200000 thats a funny theory young man and you newspaper fellows are tho hardest CX05T032sniATX lot to get a new idea into especially KENTUCKY when an old man is the tvuthority for Eh am I right Its evolution The reporter demurred CARRIAGE LU Whci a woman is thin the temper Sa J is on the surface tho doctor contin Â¬ -ra JOHN DONELSON I SETTING DIAMONDS woman has a high when a fat ued English physicians condemn cigar temper it is something terrible Sho CO Pkopiuetor apr4 tf AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES otto smoking because it produces throat never cools On the other hand a diseases Even the best cifrarottes aro thin woman cools off quickly hut sho dangerous They cause more con- heats up again just as quickly A thin sumption of nicotine than cither tho woman with a good temper comes just MAXUFACTuncns of Promptly dune and In a workmanlike cigar or tho pipe as near being an angel as any body can GRASS AND FIELD manner N Y bs on this mundane sphere Queen Victorias long time fond- Mail and Express Largest and most complete stock in Cask Paid for Old Gold and Silyer ness for the opal has almost dispelcd Best Onr motto Central Kentucky PropriDlors and Sola Users ef Sachlers Improved Parfectien FiftSi Wke rcos in tho swamps are turning Goods and Lowest CotiMtcnt Prices the superstition concerning its bad Dont forget the place next door luck which has clung to that tsnd a dull red which does not promise ah noru uuaranteetl aa Jlepretentnl P CAUROLL BEND FOB CATALOGUE to the Post office Richmond Ky j 7 and 70 V Main St some jewel for gcuoratlono foliage this autumn woil for brilliant 10 35 Lexington Ky janu iy jau4 lf Qucenswarc Glassware Woodenwre 3 O 33 j9l O O S 0 OIGAHS counties ana In the Court of Apjujals Office in Master Commissioners office over Circuit Clerks office June 22 tf Attorney atand adjoining Law Will practice in Madison W S A J REED KHHUiira Â¬ SEOHLER MOBERLEY OHIO Â¬ Attorney atKYXtaw RICHMOND Office corner Main and First streets up stairs over Ramseys 1- WORKS RSPAIRIigG- Â¬ SEEDS Â¬ Business and Fl easobe Vehicles Tha BUTTEBS GIIIDK is issned March and Sept eaoh year It Is an ency jclopedia of useful Inlor- station for all who pur Â¬ chase the luxuries or the necessities of life We can oloths 70a and tarnish you with all the necessary and unnecessary appliances to ride walk dance sleep eat flah hunt work go to ohotch or stay at home and in various sit es styles and quantities Just fizure ut what is required to do all these things COMFORTABLY and you can makeatair estimate of the value of the BUTEltS OTJIDE which will be- sent a on receipt of 10 cents to pay postage 111 114 MONTGOMERY WARD 14 26 Michigan Arenue Chicago CO 01