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IK i -- yiji1 j OL I l TQJ rTT y tae S3S lil - J9 r- - j A i VJ W II U YOLTJME THE GREAT RACE n course was packed with people early in KICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 28 1888 TIIE SEW SCIENCE 1 NUMBER 24 the moining For several weeks before the race tbe bead The Great Race and Coder tbe Christian Science in Tho Xorth uost the Rational backers of Cleveland had been steadily the Greatest Victory weakening and the Harrison backers Free for all Eutrlea for the Race to be Minneapolis Trlbune 1 r Run ou Uncle Sams Tracks Harrison well posted on their favorites prime Isnt this new Christian science condition were bdwling out bets 3 to 1 Wins in Oue Heat Distancing Everyjust lovely said Ihe young lady thing a Straight Tip on the Dash of all over the country and no takers Tbe stand was packed with several from St Paul as she chatted with her Sam Davis bad the November 6tb Minneapolis friend over the bargain followiac in bis Appeal at Carson million people When Dan Lamont moved his big counter Nevada October 27th In all the cam Wuat on earth is that 1 never fat thick necked stallion down tbe paign literature of tbe year there is beard of that and tbe Minneapolis more pointedly witty track a bowl of laughter rose from tbe girl peered around excitedly on probably nothing ttie crowd They had heard reports of bis and at tbe same time profoundly wise condition but never before renlizprf feminine glitter of a big dry goods THE ANNOUNCEMENT We inaugurate the greatest sale of CLOTHING ever attempted just how sick he looked The boys on bouse Was It possible that there was Heavy Brown Cotton at G cents per yard a new fad in the fashions and she ig Â¬ Uncle Samls speed programme over tbe fence began to shout in Richmond Cant wait longer on the weather Got too many Choice Calicoes at 5 cents per yard Owing to the advanced stage of the season and all tho unfavoranorant horrible November 6th 188S National track Wipe out his mouth Dan OVERCOATS Got too many SUITS Mast get rid of them So ble weather we have been having he has Oil my it isnt to wear Good Canton Flannels at smiled SJ cents per yard free to all the natives of the United Take him to the soap fat works come right along You will get THE BEST BARGAIN YOU EVKR tbe other condescendingly rummaging Good all wool Red Flannels at States To wagon with running mate etc etc until the Judges had to call 15 cents per yard over the pile of ribbons reduced from GOT IN YOUR LIFE tingle all day dash purse 300000 in tbe unruly urchins to order Good wool Dress Goods at He 10 cents per yard fifty cents to ten cents Its some Good Bleached Cotton at four yearly parts of 50000 each 10 Just before tbe bell sounded the call G cents per yard Good Overcoats at 400 is a hammer 000 added by His Excellency tbe Pres for the drivers to get their horses on thing you do Its a new science a 500 is a daisy It is not GOODS but MONEY ho wants and to get it ho has Good Overcoats at Bed Comforts at sort of medicine Ma is just perfectly 75 cents each ident for largesstand things for the the track it was announced from the wild over it Pa says Good Overcoats at 800 is a dandy whenever we boys Bed Blankets at 125 per pair pool stand thnt Belva Lockwood Clin- Â¬ Good Overcoats at m iiai is a beauty Entries Prohibitionists enter the ton Fisk and Langdon Curtis had talk of it and you know how set pa is Good all wool Skirts at 100 each Good Suit of Clothes at well be says rats and slams tbe doors 500 is a howler Union war horse General Fisk by pro Â¬ withdrawn The He now gives every one Good Suitot Clothes at announcement sur- Â¬ but it makes no difference to ma and I Ladies all wool Hose at 25 cents a pair The goods must go as money he wants 750 is a raiser motion out of Volunteer dam Stupid prised no one and tbe race went on a chance to supply themselves Good Quality Jeans at Good Suit of Clothes at Pa is not at all up iu spiritual things 20 cents per yard 1000 is a screeeber by Useless out of Mistake Running Just then Ben Harrison came thunmate Tbankgod Brooks out of Origi- dering down tbe course under strong and ma is so progressive Why do you 37 -a Y nal Fountain by Coldstream be by pull James G Blaine his iockev was know selecting a collar reduced Irom Idealist out of Old Toper dam Blunder riding and as be passed the Grand fifteen to fourceutsit is more fun than anything out of Good Intent Record first en- Â¬ Stand about fifty million people more But what do you do persisted the try Driver St John colors water or less got up and bowled with delight and tea was ju magnificent form everv other grabbing over another womans ie ihe ladies name gray filly Belva stride covered a tremendous stretch of head at a reduced handkerchief Why we just deny tilings sick- Â¬ jLockwood by Equality out of Voter ground and his powerful liuibs S and C3 dam Commendable out of Fair Play sturdy American bred frame full of ness you know headaches or neural DRESS -Q p oorxrvTjQ MENS SUITS age unknown record distanced in JIfe and spirit moved in perfect unison gia or any tiling We say there is no GOODS CLOTHES spain and there isnt That is we be JSS1 on same track Running mate C3 rT rr Dan Lamont looked like a little mon i Alfred Love a helper borse by Barkis key on Cleveland and there was but lieve there isnt which Is the same ff out of Original Amor dam Happy by little demonstration until he reached thing 4s C5 Ei Still I cant understand Anticipation Driver Lady Bloomer the Cobden Clubs private stand where GLIMPSES FROM HEROD AND BCOTTONED B00TS- SHIRTS P OR S1 Well I should remark you couldnt colors silk stockings striped and em- there was quite a commotion THE LAUGHABLE FARCE MARIAMNE PO broidered Queen Victoria was there on a dead- Nobody can until they are instructed w American party names J Langdon head ticket and Henry Georce Car Ma and I paid 100 for the full course of selling Handsome Jackets at 4 by Amelie Rives revealing an array of the Fittest We were just as ignorant as you We Curtis a New York colt by Home lisle Allen Tburman Uf and other free were just awfully dull at the beginning sT Rule out of Ballot Box dam Fran- traders were sandwiched in among JEANS VcOATS snAWLS Line of Ladies Custom made Shoes every THE SBRIO COMIC PRODUCTON chise by Immigrant out of Foreigner members of the Cobden Club who and now we can do just anytbiug warranted How do you doit said tbe Min Running mate Wigglnton by Argo- Â¬ were all dressed in English ulsters O had neapolis girl with growing interest J3 4J naut out of California Democrat re- Â¬ poodle dogs in their laps- - and were entitled New Designs in New Markets at 500 HISTORIC REPRESENTATION rn CO fa O J 2L I told you by denying it snapped cord first entry Driver Pixley col- Â¬ sucking the big knobs of English canes E SiaRTS- Our hired girl had an the other HOSIERY ors red white and blue Ihe Cleveland horse had the pole CAP CS p3 L J-O of King Lewis Quatorzes Reign reviewing m ele THE TOUCHING DRAMA Democracy enters English Clyde having won tbe last heat by a foul awful toothache and was going to quit O CO stallion U Cleveland weight 45 stone when running against Jim Blame iu right in tbo middle of house cleaning gant line of Misses and Childrens Shoes a yery CT - H P O Will you believe me ma just began to S pretty scene to behold 10 by imported Free Trader out of 84 of parting with twenty five styles of Childrens C3 Cobden Club be by English Cob Ne Â¬ At tho tap of the bell tbe horses cot deny it and say there is no pain there Cloaks at such awfully low prices JACKETS BLANKETS CLOAKS cessity dam Luck inbred from Tune off well together Harrisons jockey is nothing but good She told the girl QS 05 cq SKETCHES FROM REAIi fulj Lyre and Mugwump Mugwump sent bim to tbe front at the turn and to say it too The next day tbe girl 5 J was well Pu said but pa cau be so en out of Civil Service Reform by dam took tbe Inside like a flash Tears THE APT TRAGEDY Oh O Giving a true but faint idea of the immensity of O disagreeable most people are who are Folly Record scratched a race 1884 imJ V CLEVELAND FLIES THE TRACK without inner vision he said it was Â¬ over same track by fouling of CompetStock of Mens Boots beginning in full stock at 230 GINGHAMS CORSETS lotIIES8 cn The capture of tbe pole seemed to nothing on earth but creosote and wherein occurs that grand rush for our Cloak Room itor St John on Competitor Blaine in which wo are selling such cheap and marvelous B Running mate Old Roman formerly disconcert the big horse for he swerved camphor and liniment and ashes SHORT RECITATION That might have helped her venTburman out of Copperhead by Rebel to the right and seeing tbe Cobden bargains C3 O Brigadier dam Sectional out of Solid Club stand bolted into it Dau was tured the Minneapolis girl fl on Boys Boots in all grades at marvetottaly low P Not at all It was just mas going South be inbred from Klukux and too weak to bold him in and with one FLANNELS T0WELS leap he went right into the Cobden off in a dark room by herself shutting Famous De CO AR Scene from Ben Bulldozer Driver Jawny Bool colors prices jumped on everybody and her teeth fixing her eyes and denying -- i English Jack and big bandana twist- Â¬ crowd sription How r-beatiful made M j 25 gJ ed KALEIDOSCOPIC This team may be handicapped everything He stepped on the Queens it that did it mJ toes kicked Harry George in the stom- Â¬ How lovely that must be sighed by governor of New York Showing to the Ladies tho most beautiful Seal Plush BROWN TABLE the most complete line of Boots and Shoe Jor of C3 QTxnrs Republicans name American thor- Â¬ ach walked all over Carlisle and tbe other enviously regarding the wise ci rt rf COTTON LINENS Sacques Visites and Exquisite Raglans at marvelous i Men Boys Ladies Misses and Children ever in oughbred Ben Harrrison by Revolu- Â¬ trampled a poor woman named Tbur- Â¬ St Paul girl OOO E- Cj OQ Tbe friends having finished the pur- Â¬ tionary Sire out of Original Yankee man almost to pieces Before be could low prices r-- t Richmond P--- p S1 dam Splendid out of Prosperity Pros be secured be kicked the whole place chase of two yards of laco and the col- Â¬ down lar and having bandied everything perity out of Protection be inbred PPPW He is said to have been permanently within reach tripped to the outer door i ra from Industry and Breadwinner Rer- - W PjVJ cord never lost a heat Running mate foundered and will never run auotber They discovered too late theproximity CD l of a French boot heel and a Bermuda Levi Morton by Patriot out of True race Blue dam Charitable out of Generos- Â¬ Meanwhile Harrison swept around banana peel There was a flutter a crash and a ity Driver Jimmy G Blaine fwith tbe track at a speed which astonished bis clubs colors American flag afloat everybody and came under tbe wire swift ruuuiugof chromatic scales The vir 0 Tbe great race of November Jtb in an easy canter making a record lovely St Paul girl was curled up like is never before equaled on the national a white pine shaving which was advertised in these columns Oh dear Ob dear Ive got an yesterday bas not exactly come oil track yet but the result is so certain that tbe Tbe backers of the horse cleared up a internal injury My arm is broken Appeal feels perfectly justified iu re- big pile as tbe Cleveland backers fool- and my back O my bead my head porting tbe affair in advance that peo- ishly stayed with their horse until the and she climbed up into the arms of her 5J friend ple who are anxious to know the result last moment m srWhen Harrison was led back to his Not at all smiled the other girl may be put out of tbe suspense stable at Indianapolis bis jockey said cheerfully Theres uotbiug tbe mat The arrangements for a race between the leading horses has been pending be hadnt sweat a hair and was good ter with you Youre not hurt a bit fur another heat in the Fall races of Theres no pain You are just as well for a long time 1BS0 as I am You didnt break your back Some parties who were anxious to or skin your elbow or bump your bead back Graver Cleveland met at St CURES WHERE ALL ELSE JAILS Beware of Traad as my name and Ihe price all is good Best Cough Syrup Tastes good Use Louis and there made tbe necessary NEW MEDICAL PRACTICE LAW ires tamped on the bottom of all mr adiertied ihoes before learing the factory which protect illume ooia Dranuruu Why you nasty thing sobbed the arrangements the wearers apiinst high prices ami inferior goods Â¬ MAGAZINE at a re If a dealer offers W I DouRla shoesmy name dusty brokeu up St Paul belle Do Shortly afterward a crowd met at duced price or says he lias tlieiu without OFFICE OF THE STATE BOARD OF IIEALII you suppose and price stamped on tbe bottom put him down as I would fib Do you Chicago and after spending several a fraud I belicvo Pisos Cure Bowling Green Ky Nov 12 1888 think that horrible fall didnt hurt me for Consumption saved days iu inspecting tbe merits of the my life A II Dowkll horse finally selected General Harri- Â¬ To the Medical Profewwm of Kentucky Just give me my parasol I dont Editor Enquirer Eden- thank you for such insinuations son as the animal best adapted for so ton N C April 23 1887 The new medical practice act re But there is no pain you said so important a race as tbe one set for quiring every physician now engaged I was just practising your science I AT McKEES OLD STAND November 6tb rliiTiprnTimi in f fa or w bo may hereafter engage in the thought Oh You thought you Harrison was a well known Indiana i Uor horse who had before proven his speed practice of medicine in this State to would be smart Well theres my car and Main of lasting inter-readers ive Hichmond1 Ky register his diploma in tbe Clerks Its lime for my train Good evening and bottom He came from the hardest and value is fully and beautifully qJ is and off she bounced ulsmmsj est Kind of Revolutionary stock and office of the county where he located to you and has already gained a more or purposes to locate is uow in offect Tbe Minneapolis girl priuked herself bis pedigree and blood were of tbe han national calculation exceeding and will be made compulsory under a minute before the show window finest quality Cough Medi Â¬ The best v ca copies1 monthlVi sL When tbe selection was made be heavy penalties after tbe first day of which isnt a bad mirror and started cine is Pisos Cure pob April next Each diploma except home murmuring Wasnt that Consumption Childron went into training immediately at In il PRICE 25 CENTS A NUMBER- A YEArV take it without objection dianapolis and those who have wit Â¬ those from Medical Colleges chartered funny By all druggists 25c laws of Kentucky will re nessed bow rapidly he got iu condition under the COME TO THE LASD OF PROMISE Lall and improved were loud in their quire to be certified and endorsed as will MessrSf iib CURES WHERE ELSE FAILS praises of tbe sure footed clean limbed being issued from a reputable and le Charles iScribner Jons the- Publishers enable us gally chartered Medical College before Best Cough Srop Tastes rood CSO animal in nme noia arofrgists During our little sleep we have not fcffet- SrRlRNER5 MAGAZINE witTi it can be registered in any county He was out for exercise every day MMsHMUKBIBI we are living in one or By special agreement of all the forgotten that and never lost a misstep FOR bodies authorized by law to make such tbe richest couutries ou the face of tbe GEKTS FUBH1SHEHG GOODS TRUHKS VALISES mar7 ly CLIMAX AT 275 PER YEAR CLEVELANDS CONDITION GENTLEMEN endorsement this duty has been dele- Â¬ globe The only calf 83 SEAMLESS Sho smooth The Appeal reporter visited Grover In minerals it Is unequaled coaIlbe lnsMe NO TACKS or WAX TIIItEAD to me as tbe legally appointed hurt the feet easy as band sewed and AVILL Cleveland at tbe White House stables gated to CO TO MOT nil representative of the Kentucky State best In quality uow known to the a few days before the race He was in IV DOUGLAS 84 SnOE the rJeal shoe Equals which American people In quantity Inex- Â¬ hand sewed FOLDING BED FACTORY bad form too fat for a staying race and Medical Society ia the name of World and only DOUGLAS welt t FOLICE SHOE to 9 shoes costing from IV L all endorsements will be made No haustible S3XO bli bead seemed swelled as if he bad Railroad ilea and Letter Carriers all wear them Our timber unbounded forests of tim charged for endorsement VIA THE Smooth Inside as a Hand Sewed Shoe No Tacks been butting it against the side or his fee will be or Wax Thread to hnrt the feet FOLDING BED BRUNSWICK AJKvHTifc Tajjfiwsssi TV L DOUGLAS 83BO SHOE la unexcelled Diplomas may be sent to me by mail berthe finest the sun ever shed bis rays stall for heary wear licut Calf Mioe for the iirlee Man- Â¬ stamps upon poplar pine oak ash sycamore Paul Minneapolis in a registered package with W L DOUGLAS S2SS 1VOKK1NO Simplest Most Dnrablsl Best Tbe jockey Dan Lamont was not world for In is aiAXS S1IOK pair tbe best weartheman a Tear same way and all kinds of hardwoods found in a onfrtit to ronsrh wear one pleased with tbe horse and said be was enclosed for return in the c IV L DOUGLAS 82 SHOH FOU UOYS this country abundantly itoba Railway or by express The full address in Twenty Different Styles Is the best School Mioe In the world working hard to get the big hay belly School Capitalists have purchased in this L DOUGLAS 8175 YOUTHS wear Kado in All Kinds of Wood cluding county should be enclosed in tbe Shoe gives the small ISojs a c banco to ofJ bim before tbe race best shoes In the world Cannot get out of order eren under each package Any physician whose and adjoining counties large boundaries All made In Conircss linttnn and Lsee If not most careless use Tbe borse had evidently been over Â¬ valuable land and if they own dealer write XV L DOUGLAS sold br roar diploma has been lost or destroyed of this JUltOCKTON MASS A MAGNIFICENT fed and bis flesh bung all over him It is so accurately must obtain a duplicate or an official nothing else of this worlds goods they JACK FREEMAN Dan Lamont said he was trying to reÂ¬ Agent Richmond Ky calanecd a mere child can safely content themselves that certificate of graduation from tbe col8 24 can handle it duce the surplus but making very lit- lege from which it was issued as noth Â¬ they are rich immensely rich if they OaiLY TRAIN SERVICE nwn rumitmeSXi tle headway Bstm rent anil fnel for Targe boundaries AH that is ing but this can be endorsed or regis own CLOSED an extra room just the Several members of tbe Cobden Club OPES each physician was en- Â¬ necessary for them to realize their tains tor a mall bed room With all f ha Ixddlng in 6 ft 3 iiu long were there dosing him with free trade tered unless is proper transportation The Montana Express 2-- It Is tho BEST gaged in prictice prior to February 23 great wealth Buy no other boluses which the horse swallowed 18C4 An official medical directory of facilities And in our opinion these with avidity but the effect was not INAUGURATED afforded them at no WILL BE To send us 40 cents If yoflr Furniture Dealer hasnt it wite for Catalogue to tbe State will be published by the facilities will be good distant day for one of our Board of Health as soon as all One of the horses blankets was worth State 1888 Fort Wayne Furniture Co Fort wajwjni Sole Manufacturers There are thousands of acres of land NOVEMBER 10 registrations are completed county noticing It had been sent over by As this law was designed for the pro Â¬ In this country yet uuaold with the pro- Â¬ 15 27 Queen Victoria and the flag of St veins of coal under them Elegant Dining Cars Drawing Room tection of our profession as well as the same buge George and tbe motto on God Save tbe physicians of each and the same kinds of tail forests Sleepers Hondsome Day Coaches Queen had been worked on it with general public the al- Â¬ cheerfully give the offi- Â¬ them as those afford which have county should and FREE Colonist Sleepers the Queens own hand It was highly ready been sold and which can be THE LOVETT PATENT SEAT FASTENER cers of the law their aid iu its enforcePrized iu the stables 6 in FARM WREHCHES very reasonable prices bought at WITH KITCHEN AND LAVATOBY ment There is one of the grandest booms TJgbt Handy and Stomg will Outwear and Out OTHER ENTRIES IBIS IS THE apr 18 tf As the law makes the duty of each last two Ordinary Wrenches Tbe size of tbe purse hung up by tbe physician plainand as my heavy work just abeadforthls country that bas ever turn In United States authorities tempted under it is done gratuitously and ex-Â¬ been known Men of capital start our THE ONLY LINE TO An Emu cu other flyers to enter regard to this direction and help us tensive correspondence in help us The Three Great Cities of Montana Household S D Set Some Americans in New York en Â¬ how each of the huudreds of physicians boom and when ouce started This eet consists of a Rosewood Handle and SEAT FASTEIER tered J Langdon Curtis but it was of the State is to comply with it is not reap and enjoy the benefits of it few Interchangeable Modes S screw drivers and GREAT FALLS We can only say further 2 chtseb fitting same all packed in a neat wood feared that the driver Pixley would solicited Very Respectfully box This toolis constantly useful everywhere Come into the land of great promise be so lull ou the day of the race that he around the house at tho office la tho shop on J M McCormiok M D EVER INYEHTET 60 the farm Sent free on receipt of Kentucky the richest coun HELENA and BUTTE Eastern couldnt keep the track try on tbe coutluent Beattyville En- Â¬ For maps and Information apply to Ask Your Local Dealer Gov Fisk bad been also entered by can an It locks the seat firmly and tmmorablr and yet ItTownbe changed InState Instant Sample sent 100 and cents In for them If he haanot cot themhewil Btthem mall Mrs J T Huguely entertained on terprise your borne ticket agent to any agent by parties3purchasingstamps or these per dozen sets will be Connty a rery loir Rights for bale and heProhiblioulHts but they were not figure Addnss sold at territory Seat Fasteners feryou or wo will send either on receipt of price to as aborts Send ttamp for our illustrated cata Wednesday afternoon from a to 5 V-company or J S HASGEIl Aiibuva I lckmg him at the polls logue Hon Geo F Ecton was last week re- Â¬ of tho guests Mrs J Btlva Lockwood a well known gray oclock Jn honor of her F I WHITNEY ELLBIGH CO Mrs elected to the Illinois Senate from the a ffnmtPiv mid Miss Cromwell toare was also lut utioned as JikeJy to Plantsviile Conn JenlPassTkt Agt entertaining Third district He was formerly a slave compete ami entered by unknown par Â¬ Huguely was assisted in SI 24 I SI Paul Minn 20- Harding The house tn lhls county being owned by Marga ties Kht sold ia the JkwIs about even by Mrs Robert USiNESS UGLLEGE ret Ectou and at tbe time of his elec was beautifully decorated with flowers viujFiokauilCunte School books at Whites Drug Store Jlooli Kcrping Short Hand Telegraphy School Books at Whites Drug Store cK fTB IBCif BI B C was head waiter in a Chicago and the occasion much enjoyed by all tion Write for Catalogue ami full information 2nd St near Garnett House tf tf THE KAOE nm 2nd St near Garnett House Winchester Demoerat hotel Tae day was delightful and tbe present Danville Advocate Â¬ TOO RICH TO SAVE DOLLARS ARE YOU SZrHCAJljXj WHLA T I IDO TO S iriE THB1 Bead the Following Carefully The Fun iBegins 3Lok Sharp JE3I It Will Tell Yon How Let Her Go Gallagher Â¬ J STZRIEHSTGSAYS Â¬ lore roods in His House tliai fails Â¬ MADE DEEP CUTS Ilff FRIGES Â¬ Â¬ THE EXPENSE OF STBEfiG SJrHJElSTCS S Dont Miss It Make Sure LOOK if XJX 5 o o oo 2 3 if and Take Mo g g Chances 3 14 o LOOK I Â¬ SH Â¬ -- Â¬ si H- Â¬ mS2r5vd o tio SS I H- Ssj rn 2 a jr s op3 o Â¬ - Te 0 52a Sfe Ho Q 32 do g LIFE Â¬ on cH Ci 5cfS ZZ3 3 po or A the Huts was H -fc -- 2 H r rf sj i tf E VIEW t- I I Â¬ Â¬ AT STREBJS in s 2 ALL AT STIR EjXGS iir p o Sreat Sale of Bargains C-v-YQ- a pv t AT STaSIffGS Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pay more for an article than its value j j j money made Now is profit YALUE EOB YALTJE Dont delay time is money money saved get good goods at a small 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 Ma a o one s we alth 1Q Qrh ia ie can affrco f - eHnP9WrBm3i MLW I s-- Iffo IIO West ESain Street Richmond Ky 13 Of 4 a B A 1 RSLyMSla5i SI IS SCRIBNERS literature it hit Â¬ its illustrated frfff 3 - gg PI it 1- - f Tlie First Cloibliiex Strests re ot r-- M 125000 Â¬ iOKji01E3 IMCt Umbrellas Walkiing Canes Handkerchiefs Hosiery tnd KmufclXmh ALL DT a w- t the wTl t m-made 3 SHOE douclas custoA OITTANA SS in the illi St A superb line of Cufls Collars Cravats 1 at XV Â¬ Â¬ trlmaMMSEKbtii nasT A variety of Gloves Clothes for fat men for lean men for tall men for short men Clothes for all kinds of men We Want You W Â¬ 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 ssssssssV Â¬ wmmmt i Â¬ 1 Doors Sash Blinds Brackets Mouldings Shingles Laths MTEBS jA asfej m 3 Â¬ Rouggli Â¬ Â¬ BRYANTSTRATTONB lV bWBwBEaltbsrklsi M Main Street belojp 2nd Presbyterian Church Bichmond Ky Lime Cement Hair and Dressed Lumber B HMYERS 3tj Sr Jti JSJEMfe r st iSfa r rrw KWSlT VTRn WJV THE CLIMAX rimUMtSB RVBRY VBBNESBAY BY THB k DOZE MAN MONTANA TERRITORY Â¬ ThsKi Â¬ The eJeotfon went oil quietly throughout the entire county and of course Glixaz PmxTim FRENCH TIPTON Wm G WHITE J Co - went Democratic as ueual Mary F Houston on th Democratic ticket was elected Sujis Uendeut of Sohoote in Gallatin county Bbitors- PlilCB a hunt PlfiK YKAlt 150 1888 D D Walton has just returned from 50 miles south of tlie city bring Â¬ ing with him an enormous elk which weighs nearly 900 pounds WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER jS IThj A fire broke out on Main street on the night of the 12th inat burned the damage doing considerable The full amount destroyed b6 not yet been learned Insurance will probably over one fourth of the lose boMRess building Blackburn Hacker contro versy has ended in smoke Clevelands majority is Ken tin Iy i precisely S416 ontion Emperor William opened the lHHirs aud already fallen about 15 lit tcfeiag oh Thursday with an indues in the lowland and from 2 to 3 1 Snow lias Iweti falling now for 96 O F Adanus ciy treasurer Macon Ua is 30000 short in accounts feet in tlte higher regions and sleighs and enow eutiere ean be mxii at all of hours both day and night aud the his whole vtorhl seems alive with the Jingle of the uofey sleigh bells Lewis Sweet late Assessor of Yellow- Â¬ stone county who was murdered by an The two women in jail at auknowu hand on Oet 9 while un Â¬ II utdiinaon Kansas charged with dressing himself in his lted rtxmi to re- Â¬ tire The afcsasctin escaped m the dark horse stealing have escaped ness and is still at large Governor Leslie ex Governor of The cotton crop this jear in the United Stales lacks only a Kentucky lias offered 51000 reward small figure of reaching seven for the apprehension of the assassin of million bales Â¬ Doesnt that bushf take the rag off the In tHltlitkm to the great attraction of The annual report of the Third As sistant Postmaster General shows that the total of the postal service for the last fiscal year inclusive of amount earned by the subsidized Pacific Rail Â¬ way Companies for mail transporta Â¬ tion was 558126004 The postal and money order receipts amounted to 62905176 leaving a deficiency of 56430828 This deficiency is owing maiuly it is said to the great exten- Â¬ sion of the free delivery service and the increase of the railway mall trans- Â¬ portation The total number of pieces of registered matter transmitted dur- Â¬ ing the year were 13677109 aud of special delivery matter 1434160 The total number of articles of the various kinds of stamped paper emitted was 2700626170 representing 50026321 Statistics are given showing that in the cheapness of postage the number of post offices extent of main routes miles of service performed postal revenue and postal expenditure and number of letters and other pieces of mail matter trauxniitled in tlie mails tlie United States is now conspicuously ahead of every other nation in the world The statistics of letters etc transmitted during the year which are- the firt accurutc statistics of the char- Â¬ acter ever published by the department are a follows Letters mailed 1760 SOOOOO postal cards mailed 372200 000 newspapers aud periodicals mail- Â¬ ed 1036100000 pieces of third and fourth class matter 872900000 total 3676000000 m mm dam Sophia 3000 by Edwin Forrest for Mr Budd Doble the noted driver of Chicago has Just sent by express to Mrs W H Wilson of Abdalla Park a beautifdl solid silver Clip 15 inches In height says the Cynthiana Times The cup is urn fellaped surmounted by the figure of a horse in motion It is handsomely engraved and valued at 175 It has the following inscrip- Â¬ tion r Awarded by M Smith Co to Budd Doble driven by Budd Doble at the Blue Ribbon Meeting of the Detroit Driving Club 1888 for the horse winning the best contested race during the meeting The young horse Budd Doble above alluded to is five years old bred by W H Wilson fired by Indianapolis 221 dam Kate also owned by Mr Wilson by Stock Â¬ ing Chief sire of Humbolt 220 The race above alluded to was a long one and a six heat afialr The time was 221 222 222J 222 2221 and 220 which was a remarkable performance for a aud is we think the best average of six heats that has ever been trotted or paced in public up to this date by a d d of his old associates In this coUhly have- been called away by death but the few remaining ones will remember hiul more familiarly by the name of CaJo way Young His old farm one and a half miles from Richmond on the Lan- Â¬ caster pike now owned by Howard Cor nelison still goes by the name of the Calowny farm Hd was a brother of Judge Thoirias Young of Danville Ky He was eighty six years old about fifteen years ago he was caTTed to give up his companion In life She was also born and raised in Madison county About a year and six mounts ago his oldest son Thomas Youngdied He bore bis many troubles faithfully to the last His funneral was preached at James the residence of his R Green on Franklin avenueMondayi November 19th at 230 oclock The old generation is rapidly passing away and a new generation is fast rising Scarcely one is left to record the death of an old citizen son-in-l- aw than half of his life in thnttatev Most 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 at Local Produce markets WEEKLY BY COVINOTONJ CORRECTEn BRO GROCERS MAIN ARNOLD STREET RICHMOND KV The year 1849 marked a new era in trotting affairs Tlie year before Trus- Richmond Ky Nov Beef Cattle Butcher- Hogs Sugar Cured Mams Bacon I lams Country 28 188S Â¬ The vote of two precincts in Jessamine county Keen and Sulphur Well were thrown out for irregularity in recording names of voter Some how or other elections dont always run smooth in Jessamine Â¬ Â¬ KME XKEDBD the stuffed two headed calf which Geo Hoffman displays in his windows at bis place of business on Main street lie has a luxuriant pepper tree on exhibi Â¬ tion The tree is two feet high with numerous branches and they are loaded with fruit some of which is devel Â¬ oped and matured while in other in Â¬ stances tlve fruit is just beginning to bad and bloom Â¬ m Rtibert HellesIyaTodd county farmer hanged himself CONCERNING FARMERS- - Bond Crossfleld Co sold to W H McBrayer 56 extra slop cattle weigh iug from 1000 to 1150 each at 3J and 4 cents Also 222 slop hogs at 4 cents Jaxbs II Edwakds RELIGIOUS Rev The valise of Gen Bigger who was lost in the European Hotel fire at Chattanooga has been lound in Tennessee river foot of Pine street with the contents gone and two rocks in tlieir place Bigger had considerable money A negro has been arrested in iiicinnati charged with murder ng Bigger for his money and burning the hotel to conceal the crime The negro had two 100 lulls in possession when arrested Detectives are working p the case and a hanging is probable 11 The Farmers Review thinks there is no longer reason to doubt that the po- Â¬ tato crop of the present season is the largest ever grown in the United L H Blanton will preach at States 11 INDIANA A glance at the vote of Indiana shows plainly that the veto of tlte pension bill lost that Stale to Cleveland While Harrison carÂ¬ ried the State ten of the thirteen Congressmen elected are Demo crats Had the tariff have been the club that fractured Mr Clevelands pate would not Hie larger portion of those ten Congressmen have gotten tlieir craniums smash ed by the same clnW A Congress man can vote to reduce tlte tariff nut a President can not The Legislature is Democratic by tweny two majority Those In diana fellows want pensions and they are against any man who is against them Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THS 0NKRSSWNAL DISTRICT The official vote by counties for Congress and for Democrat and BepublieaH President electors in the Stb District of Kentucky as furnished by Hon George M Adams Secretary of State is as follow nd 1 7Sl 5 11701 darrara J incifaiH MadiMB SMI S4i 3Si ati 7 5 W 3H 39 74i 1367 izao 3 X019 1384 W s3l9l law m 1JW 3 Ms 11 979 1 mo 34J 1361 Mercer fiwsley Xock helby Spencer Total jh in 77 1050 3 SS19 9 M660I far1 leaps 54 Â¬ These returns slmw that Ewell ran behind the Republican elec tors in each county and that McCreary ran ahead of tire Cleveland electors in every county exÂ¬ Â¬ cept Jessamine In that county the ballots in two precincts amounting to over 400 were thrown out because the clerks failed to write the names ot tlie voters on the poll books McCrearys majority over Ewell for Congress is 1549 The majority of the Cleve land electors over tlte Harrietfh electors is 763 The vote in tlie Presidential contest shows what a small margin the Democratic part Lave in this district The Dem ocratic party and tlie Republican party each polled over two tltous and more votes in the district than were polled four years ago when Ewell was a candidate forCongress Six years ago Thompsons vote in the 8th district was 11202 and E wells was 10335 At the late election McCreary received 5007 more votes than Tiiompson receiv- Â¬ ed and Ewell beats his former record 4325 votes Tlie Repub licans made a determined effort to carry tlie district but they were confronted by Democrats in every county who never faltered and who pefrormed their duty nobly and won a great victory Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION 21 1SSS f It having bees a etHtora sanotioaed by frequeet observance for the pepte Franktokt Ky Nov BxBctmvE Dhpaktmbmt of the Commonwealth to devote a parÂ¬ ticular day to the duty of giving thanks to the Sepreaie Being for tlie benefits conferred upon maukind now tlwre fore I S B BuekBer Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky do here Â¬ by ttesiRnate Thursday the 29th day of November to be set apart to be observed in eh manner as eaeh in Â¬ dividual may deem appropriate as a day of thanksgiving to the Creator of the universe for the Messing we have received at bis bands In testimony whereof I have set my band and oaued the great seal of the Common Â¬ wealth to be affixed Done at Frank Â¬ fort the 21st day of November in the year of oar Lord one thousand eight huodfed and eighty eight and in the ninety seventh year of the Common Â¬ wealth B BOCKNKK By the Governor Gbokoe M Adams ville Young of CineinnaU Secretary of State ville Democrat a oclock Wm Rusell Allen who is establish Â¬ The protracted meeting at the Christ- Â¬ ing a breeding farm at Pittsfield closed with Mass has purchased ten head of fine ian eliuieti Winchester eleven additions trotting stock at Stony Ford N Y fur 44109 being the largest single Rev Dr Logan will iweach in the Methodist church Sunday morning at purchase on record 11 oeloek aud the pastor at 7 oclock Jas E Clay sold to M Kahn 200 in the evening head of 1000 pound cattle and Thos Ten were added to the church during Henry Clay sold 100 head to same at 585 They have been corn fed since the protracted meeting held at Kirks ville by Rev J MeElroy of Mt Ster- Â¬ August and sold at 90 cents per hun dred less than offered two mouths ago ling and Rev Viu Crow Paris Kentuckian In Louisville the Twenty second Street Baptist church lias had baptis Â¬ Dallas B Whipple of Allegheny mal services every Sunday for three county N Y reports to Country Gen- Â¬ years aud several during last week tleman the sale to Hon J B Dutclier The membership is now over 1000 Ron Pawling N Y of the six Mrs J Lawrence Smith of Louis weeks ok bull calf twin son of Pie ville lias given 30000 to the new terje 2nd for 2 500 The dams milk library building of the Southern Bap record the best ever made is 30318 tist Theologieal Seminary of that city lbs 8 ozs in one year This is the Mrs Smith is tlie daughter of James best price ever paid for a Holstein Guthrie and the widow of the distin Friepian bull guished Professor J Lawrence Smith The Senatorial Committee investi Site has no children and is immeusly gating the alleged combination at rich Chicago to control he cattle sales of Tins twelfth congress of the Episcopal the United States heard testimony euureh of America opened last Tues Â¬ Saturday which Indicates that four day in Trinity church Buflalo with great firms in that city by combining services and lroly oommunknj followed their forces have well nigh destroyed at noon with inaugural and memorial all other markets and placed the Bieliop Coxe presided ranchmen entirely at their mercy in addresses Among those present were Bishop the matter of prices which they have of Dakota Whipple Andrew D steadily forced downward White ex president of Cornell univerÂ¬ According to the Cincinnati Price sity President Potter of Hobert col Â¬ Current the yield of cereal crops in this lege Dr McVicker and Dr Nichols country this year amounts to the fol Â¬ of Philadelphia Professor William lowing Wheat 405000000 bu corn Clark of Trinity college Bishop Huh 1960000000 bu oats 700000000 bu Miller TinHnpson of Missisipi aud rye 25000000 bu barley 59000000 hosts of otlirs equally well known bu buckwheat 14000000 bu total Tlte eougress held tour days and dis- Â¬ for the six cereals 3163000000 bu eased seven topics College and Uni Â¬ This is the largest aggregate production The recorded the nearest to it being in versity as Relating to the Church 18S5 when the total was 3015439000 Question of Race in This Country The Limrts of Discussion in the bushels CiMtreii ami What Principle Should Like West Virginia in the late elecGovern Church Extension in Our tion so close will be the finish between Country in FieWs Already Occupied by Longfellow and Billet for the honor of Outers 7 leaping winning sires this year tlie For thiee years tlie Mormon ciders result cannot be correctly announced have been working Tennessee northern uutil the returns of the eutire season Alabama and western Virginia for the arc all in The get of both horses have purpose of proselyting the people to won in the neighborhood of 120000 the Mnrmau faith Two years ago in each which is more than has ever middle Tennessee two of those elders stood to the credit of two stallions in were killed outright aud to this day one year in the history of American their murderers have not been prose- Â¬ turf Longfellows largest winner is cuted Although there is a law in the Bard while Sir Dixon has captured Tennessee prohibiting mormon elders more money than any other son or from openly advocating the Mormon daughter of Billet Midway Clipper doctrines yet they have increased J A Ramsey Auctioneer reports their force so that they make it n bus- the sale of F L Deal I on Thursday as iness to visit families in person and well attended Plain steers persuade them to accept the Mormon of 1000 lbs weight brought 3 cts faith In Chattanooga there are now common yearlings S20 each good two elders permanently located who steer calves S1705 heifer calves 922 prehave charge of a large field The 14 yearling heifers plain milch liminary work at this point was dona cows 25 to 83 pair of plain 14 hand by Eider Morgan one of the brightest horse mules 177 pair yearliug mules debaters in the Mormon church who 1S5 pair small yearling mules 90 made his headquarters in Chuttanooga combined Blue Jeans mare 170 hogs for over a year Having planted the 4 85 to 5 per hundred corn 145 seed he then sent Elders Perry and per barrel in the shock oats 130 per Stokey to this point aud have since hundred bundles Winchester Demo- Â¬ had charge of the field They have crat established a regular preaching place At Commissioners sale of the land of near St Elmo one of tlie suburbs of the city and have quite a large con W H Thomas yesterday his home gregation Tuesday 600 converts as place of 260 acres brought 7110 per eemblod in that city from all ports of acre James Miller being the purchaser the central South the larger portion of His Rowland farm of 252 acres sold for litem from the mountains of East 62 per acre to 8 E Gruelle who Tennessee and Virginia aud were lives on J W Fergusons place The taken to Utah by Elder Perry The Miller farm of 200 acres was not sold prolific fiekl for most of the Mormon the bids being rejected The prices ob elders k the mountainous districts tained were very low for the lands are Tlte native mountaineer is usually of excellent quality The stock sold as poor and when he hears of the great follows Steers 35 cows 18 to 40 possibilities for an easy and happy calves 7 to 12 mules 50 to 96 corn 121 to 126 per barrel In field sheep life in Utah It does not take long to 480 lambs 826 Georgetown Times convert him to the Mormon faith The women especially are easily per- Â¬ At a receut meeting of the stocksuaded When once convinced that holders of the Kentucky Agricultural Mormon is right they can not be Mechanical Association LexingÂ¬ turned aside from their purpose to and Fair several of ton the old directors seek a home in the far West The whose names are inseparably connected Mormon elders have made over one with its most successful days declined thousand five hundred converts in to allow their names to be placed in that immediate vicinity within the nomination for re election Among past ten months and have their work thote to declining were Mr Wm eo well orgaised at the present that War field and P P Johnson the presabout every feisty days they take from ident who had served for several two hundred to five hundred to Salt terms In the directors meeting to Lake as he results of their labors elect officers from out of their number Mr A G De Long was elected presi- Â¬ George Fleming of Cincinnati and dent and Mr B G Bruce vice presi John Ros of Norfolk Va the parties dent who grabbed Dr Geo M Phillips R G Stoner Paris Ky has sold to diamond the night of the Democratic had their P J Williams Anaconda Montana Maysvll6 rally In their examining trial last Saturday and Territory bay yearling filly by Baron were recommitted to jail In default of Wilkes dam by Enfield for 2500 509 ball Tlie diamond was found eame party purchased of W S Buck Saturday morning iniliedded In a plug ner Paris Kentucky black yearling of tobacco taken from Ross A woman filly by Baron Wilkes dam by Bell from Cincinnati giving her name as wood for 2600 of W L Simmons Young but claiming to be Flemings Ash Grove Stud bay wife was here to day The couple are filly by William L dam by Young slick customers aud have undoubtedly Jim for 3000 of W R Brassfleld given assumed names They will also this city bay yearling colt dy Robert be arraigned for trying to kill Dr Phil McGregor dam by Rysdyks Hamble lip as they shot at him several times toulau for 2000 Gen W S With while he was pursuing them The ers Falrlawn Stock Farm has sold to man Fleming is supposed to be Gran Â¬ G Lynch Jr Philadelphia Pa bay Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ford Sunday at ware nouse Sales on our market for the past Last Thursday at Galesburg 111 2798 jut t closed the sale of trotting stock belonging to week receipts for amount to periodhhds 100S with the same the estate of Timothy Moshier deceas- buds tales on our market since Jan Â¬ ed was offered at public sale Col R uary 1st amount to 79390 hhds Sales the celebrated live of the new crop on our market to date E Edmonson stock auctioneer conducted the sale 165U Dials Burley The offerings of Tlie following is the list of animals been unusually large new week forhaie the this sold aud prices obtaiued Reina Vic- time of year unci the market closes toria dark bay mare foaled 1875 by weaker on all grades of new burley Rysdyks Hambletonian dam Hya Â¬ than it was at tlie beginning of the week cinth by Volunteer second dam Clara medium The market for common aud grades of old burley has nUo bySeelys American Star T C Jef been less active during the past few ferson Lexington Ky S7250 George days with favorable weather condi Belmont bay horse foaled 18S6 by tions tlie niienugs ot the new crop win very large during the next Belmont dam Chinchilla by Harold likriy be few weeks Galesburg III 2750 FredSeacord The following quotations fairly rep- Â¬ Nick Woodsie bay stallion foaled resent our market on Burley tobacco 1883 by Strathmore dam Patchienne Trash not colory and tobacco dam aged by ireezing 3 00 to 5ono by Mambrlno Patchen W T Wood Colory Trash 700 to 1200 ard 875 Kalos bay colt foaled 18S6 Common Lugs not colory 700 to by onward dam Fan by Lance Col 1000 Colory Lugs 1200 to 1300 Johnson St Louis 3000 Paudect Common Leaf 1200 to 14 00 brown colt foaled 18SS by Pancoast Medium to good leaf 1400 to 1700 dam Reina Victoria by Hambletonian 1700 to Select or wrappery leaf second dam Hyacinth by Volunteer 5000 J H Shults Brooklyn N Y 5000 Monroe S chestnut horse foaled 18S2 LIVE STOCS MAEKET REPORT by Jim Monroe dam purity by Blue CO By LOPEIt DATER Bull Fred Seacord Galesburg 111 Stock Commission Merchants at Clucln Bernic bay filly foaled I860 by Hav Lire Union Btock Yards auil Covington natl Stock Yards dam Florence by Stevens Uwhar eril rie FredSeacord 200 Ohio Nov 26 iSSS Â¬ tee succeeded in going twenty miles within the hour and as has been shown saddle and harness records were lowered in 1845 Two yenra previously Dutchman had made the top notch at three miles in 732 and this stood as t ha best until Huntress cover it to 7211 in 1872 That it should stand eo long when runs at this dis Â¬ tance were of freqent occurrence Is proof of the great superiority ot that famous horse over his contemporaries and those of the next decade aud a re- Â¬ markable feature ofthechampion perfor- Â¬ mance is that one third of the total Is the fastest time ever made by Dutchman Huntress had a record of 220 made however four years after his grand showing and this is contrary to tlie argument oftentimes advanced that heats of more than one mile are in Â¬ imical to speed at a shorter distance It may bo that soft horses will not en- Â¬ dure the strain though those which are stoutly bred do not sutler Â¬ 242 JsC 4SKc X5i6c 1 Our aim is to sell yon goods at prices that will give you full satisfaction for what you pay for same Our stock embraces LI PRICES THAN YOU EVER BOUGHT THEM T 0 Ll Cured Butter Chickens Egg Wheat Flour Corn per barrel Hay per 100 lbs Oats in sheaf per 100 Its Lard Tallow Beeswax - 1 1 50 I5c All 9i 2s3200 6o75C tbt 752 00 i6Kc 00 IS 2o3i5c Latest Styles in Suits 2tg5 zt5 3 in the latest patterns colors fabrics c Our coats and suits will fit all sizes and shapes from the largest man to the smallest boy long and slim thin and stout 2kisc S59c 455oc 1 Feathers Meal - 506o 34C i20c 2o40 A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF HATS GAPS IN ALL QUALITIES COLOES AND SHADES C Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Clover Seed Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Sweet Potatoes Irish lotatoes 2 25- 2 6 753 00 75 506MM - 50 50 A Complete Line of Furnishing Goods 5065 Snii 00 751 75c Louisville By Glover Tobacco Durrett Market lotmeco Louisville Tailoring Establishment at the very lowest prices for a first is complete embracing all of the Latest Things to be Found in a First Class class fit workmanship and quality of goods considered We cordially invite you to come and look through our stock in all departments We will gladly show you our goods whether you wish to buy or not But you must see for yourself that we are not blowing our goods upon paper but that we do and will do everything that we say we can do as 01 GOODS we are IRE MARKED AT PRICES TO BEAR US OUT II MAT With thanks for past patronage and hoping for the continuance f same Yery Kespectfully 1 HAYE SAE COVINGTON 218 MITCHELL 77E3S31 3MLJTJ2 Cincinnati SIOJE3E33 BORN To the wife of Dr J I Ashbaugh Chattanooga Tenn November 23rd son John Isaac Ashbaugh Jr SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good MATRIMONIAL Mr Jacob Harper of the Forks of Elkhorn neighborhood will lead Miss daughter of Mr Jas Clara K Alle W Alley to the hymenial altar on Thanksgiving Day November 29th at Buck Run Baptist church at 3 oclock r m Rev W J Williams will per- Â¬ Midway Clipper form the ceremouy Mr Harper was formerly a student in Central University Mr William L Arnold and Miss Mary M Boggs will be married to day at the home of the brides father Mr Joe S Boggs near Richmond iu Mad- Â¬ ison county Ky to day November 23tb 1883 at 12 oclock Dr J U Morgan aud Messrs T E Arnold and S P Deatherage Misses Bettie Boggs Alice and Lulu attendants Rev C P Williamson minister The couple will leave on the 130 train for a trip Mr Arnold is of the prominent grocery Bro the firm of Covington Arnold senior member of whom took a similar step two weeks ago DIED- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 2 00 Common and Rough BUTCHER CATTLE Good to Extra 3 6oi 3 75 Fair to Good 3 40 3 50 Extra Fat Steers 3 oo 3 25 Fair to Good Steers 2 75 3 00 Good to Extra Cows 2 75 3 00 2 50 Fair to Good Cows 2 25 1 508 2 00 Common Cows 1 00 1 25 Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS 2 75 Best Shipping 2 50 Best Bologna 2 10 2 25 I 85 Fair Bologna 2 00 Fair to Good Feeders 2 00 2 15 1 25 1 75 Common and Thin FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 3253350 Fair to Good Steers 3 00 3 25 Good to Extra Heifers 2 25 2 50 Common and Thin Stockers 2 00 2 25 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 45 oo50 00 Fair to Good 30 oo40 00 Common 20 oo25 00 Best Veal Calves 5 25 5 50 Fair to Good 5 00 4 oo Common and Heavy 2 oo 3 50 HOGS Select Butchers 5 35 5 40 Fair to Good Packers 5 35 5 40 Good to Extra Lights 5 25 5 30 Light Pigs 5 2o 5 25 SPRING LAMBS Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough 4 3 3 3 4 50 oo 25 25 75 4 75 4 50 3 50 4 00 3 50 2 50 To The Public - OPENING OE BOOTS SHOES -j- AUD HATS I a-T- w LUCEUICES Winter CONSISTING OF Have just gotten in an immense stock of -- OVERCOATS AND PaH--and-- oods AXmIm GRADES and common to Ljoou Extra- - 5 25 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ two-year-o- ld Â¬ county Signed Many Voters of Million Having considered the sub- Â¬ Miss Jennie Wallace sister of C C ject I have determined to become a thauk Many Voters of and E B Wallace of Richmond candidate forI their kind Million must and died at her home In Irvine Estill say flattering expressions as I my to county Ky on Saturday November qualifications I therefore annouuee 24th 18SS aged 16 years the result of myself as a candidate for Assessor of Madison county subject to the actiou of a cold contracted last July the Democratic party Very truly Mrs David Noble died at her home 13- C R Tudor near Richmond in Madison county Ky on Tuesday Nov 19th 1888 aged FOR JAILER 52 years alter an illness of several We are authorized to announce Deceased united with tlie JOHN V WAGERS a candidate for months Christian church when quite young Jailer of Madison county subject to the 3- was a good and faithful member and action of the Democratic party always attended her meetings so long as We are authorized to announce her health would permit She was JAMES C LACKEY a candidate for perfectly reconciled to die said she Jailer of Madison couuty subject to the 3- of tlie Democratio party was willing and prepared to go and action authorized to announce We are all she bad to regret or reflect upon BIGGERSTAFF n candi Â¬ In dyiug was to leave her husband SAMUEL date fur Jailer of Madison county sub- Â¬ and children who were so devoted to ject to the action of tne Democratic 3- her but for them to live as she had party lived and meet her In Heaven Her to announce Vo are authorized bereaved family have the deepeat sym Â¬ THOMAS H FERRELL as a candi Â¬ pathy of the entire community for date for Jailer of Mudison county sub their loss is great She lived such a ject to the action of the Democratio 4- party life that she was respected and loved We are authorized to announco by all who knew her She was a daughter of the well known and high Â¬ JOHN HILL as a candidate for JailerÂ¬ Madison county subject to the acly respected Jesse Hunter and grand- of of the Democratic party 4- tion daughter of Col James Dejarnett about 65 years Â¬ A son of Thomas Hall died of fever near Waco last week ANNOUNCEMENTS Mies Mary Ann Milllion died at her FOK ASSESSOR home in Madison county Ky on We are authorized to aunnuuee W Friday November 23rd 1888 J HARVUY for Assessor of Madison Mrs Ella Jennings Stapp died at county subject to the action or12-the Democratic parly her home at Kirksville Madison coun- Â¬ We are authorized to announce JOEL ty By on Saturday November 17tb T EMBRY as a candidnte for Asses16S8 sor of Madison county subject to the Joseph D Davis a former student of action ot the democratic party Central University then a resident of We are authorized to announce Bourbon county died of yellow fever A J WILLOUGHBY as a candidate for Assessor Madison county at Gainesville Florida on the 12th to the action ofof the Democratic subjectÂ¬ par inst ty Henry L Hill better known ns Edilor Climax John Hill died at his home near Col Several weeks since I noticed in lege Hill in Madison county Ky on your paper a call on me to become n Friday November 23rd 1888 aged candidate for Assessor of Madison Â¬ 3- 00g 4 50 5 50 w inter Clothing Hats from the medium price to the highest It is our aim to suit the public and to do it we have bought goods to suit everybody We do not keep shoddy but good honest goods at honest prices We handle the best makes of custom goods and want a share of your patronage if prices are a condition PRICES Kespectfully WALLACE mch2liy BICE FiMISHnFG LAEGEST STOCK GOODS LATEST STYLES LOWEST PKICES THE Greatest Bargains of Your Life IF YOU FAIL TO VISIT Suits to Order From Samples FIT 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 PLACE 20 Yards Worsted Dress Goods for 100 16 Yards 4 4 AAA Brown Sheeting for 100 12 Yards Green Ticket Lonsdale for 100 Stock of Clothing Boots aud Shoes Hats and Caps and Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods is Complete i8tr STOXJFFE JX TIIE OLDEST CLOTMNG 1I0DSE IX RICHMOND D5 FIRST ST fggOur may2 tf Â¬ Nlcbolas nnlt Knlrlawn two Tears bv NutwCod dam Streamlet by Almont second j FOR COUNTS SUPERINTENDENT In Lexington Missouri Sunday mor We are authorized to announce J B ning November 18tb John C Young for Comity Su- Â¬ He was formerly a citizen of Madison HARRIS a caudiduto Schools subject perintendent of Public county but removed to Missouri some to the action of the Democratic party thirty five years ago and spent more 8- - BRINKLEY BROS ST NS2T S00 70 03TI03 POST SZCEK0KS wuwS5 -- - s I a terrible Furcwarnings the other day and seeing the sign Back Ihennsh drawer 52790 nod 5 of his Sanns Specific will cure Rheumaat 2 oclock on the door sat down to own They then took ft pistol belong- tism or money refunded Price75c at Cough in the niornliiCi Hurried or wait for himself ing to the assistant agent and alt n cut Whites Drug Store becoud street dilllcult breathing raising phlegm ESDAY NOVEMBERS tSS8 5- open lie United Stairs mail bog which near Garnett House lightness in the chet quickened pulse When Craddock was in the Mexican A3D office will be closed war he fell in love with a Spanish lady had been left by the North bound Ylie banks and post Jodge Withers shot aud killed a chilluess iu the evening or sweats at train It is not known just what was Demorests Honthly lEaganne Senorim Bernardo in the City of Mexico negro in Fleming county for Insolence niht all or any of thee things are the BBcrrow Last week he heard that we were to taken from the mull bag The opera to his family niul prowling around his first stages of consumption Dr Ackers so feH here acre A WOSDERTCL PCBUCATWW The first know oi the season English Remedy fur Consumption wVl leave soon for a visit to that city and tor has no idea who they were Stan house after dark John A Turpin to Haden Turpin Jr The ltcbckah Degree I 0 0- - F Holds Its ford Journal is yesterday cure these fearlul symptoms and wrote us to present his love to the now Msnyreppose DEMOHESTS M05THIY 157 acres 4301 First Convention Here The Officers to be S uMoa suguiae Tfcti fa a gMfhHjt Donelson will make you as good a sold under a positive guarantee by W venerable lady and tell her how much he Four mules with as many men at conutos the teet lfmaviD Thanksgiving services at the Christian It undoubtedlyany mtgujae peMteted fct John W Creed c to J C Chenault Elected too would like to have joined the party work on the Kentucky Midland rail- Â¬ buggy or carriage as can he bought G White Prescription Druggist TixnzxT of the fact uUt gnat eBtcmfee aad ex Â¬ rch Sermon by Dr Hamilton c So acres Soo cue from the aprl tf The members of the Rebekah degree I But having returned only a few days ago road near Stamping Ground entered a any wherein America it- perience are sbowa so thet ee departmat to W B Stivers c to Harrison Golden O O W W Druinmoiid once supreme I Jqnal to ft jnigMine to Jteelf Is DMewrtjea F met yesterday at the old Odd from an extensive tour we could not go to cut on Saturday immediately after n Ir Joel Pari of Speedwell killed 400 n ooe tt tret a i The inauguration of judge of Utah dropped dead in a Chi- Fellows Hall First and Jefferson streets ind lnSractJoa for the whole faaiilr Xen n a weeks hunt about Living- - 50 acres 1600 Mexico along with the National Press blast had ben made ridges The mule sud- Â¬ Harrison will surpass all former ouen cngo grogcery rnr several years ue therIeittetfoM H S Owens to J S Griggs Executor The convention Uina Stories Poem was called to order by Association hence somebody else will denly fell sufTocated by poisonous gnf lnelodinsr AiUclic SctentMe mdHoMthghtBettew floo in elaborate preparation anil magni- Â¬ had been a drunken pauper A wom 3 acres 940 and ITuWated with origin Grand Master Thomas F Rogers of Mt have to bear the sweet message orflre dump and did not recover tude The Pension building has becu dragged him down FbotograTores WaterCoiors Chas Wilaford to S F Stone 15 acres Sterling at Ti irtcen cars of fat cattle were shipped maktae It the Moon JUoiMira or Aasweu The men who had also succumbed to 9 oclock a m A member r X- - rii Oman rtltg mrMtailuiaPrTXB reserved lor the inauguration ball 200 juinwy iw murium fpzm KlUUBUMUi PERKINS of the Reception Committee made a the deadly agency were discovered iu Shurt Time Duly Robert Land to J C Hagan WJ go thence to Liverpool cS speech cordially welcoming the Grand time to be rescued before life became If you want a nice buggy phreton All erson indebted to J J Brooks acres Si 000 ear free Yalta can get Born to the wife of J H Tudor a extinct Two of the men nreetill inn rookaway Master to which the latter responded wVMbeerlpUonS2m A trial win eonTteee joa UjMi 30 cents tea tine tfcs carriage or prior to 1SS8 will pleuse come and settle barouche pr Dawd Bennett formerly of this Ira Million to J C Moore c acres The convention then went atonce into the daughter of tiamoner Paid Single copies each cottalnlng Pattern apr4 t by note or cash atonce All claims not precarious condition but it is thought coupe go to John Donelsou c T has been elected President of the vS- Published by W JENNINGS DEMOBEST Nbw York business of permanent organization which The railroad Is coming up Tates they will rec ver the mules were the settled promptly will be placed iu the iaonal Exchange Bank of Lexington 111 Wushiiigtuu county n little girl 4 TOWN LOTS IN RICHMOND TBeaboracombinattoUaeBdidehifflceto which was effected by the election of the Creek so they say property of Scrugg3 Gooch contra- Â¬ 10- reduced ate Scad jour eabscripUac to UiU office Maude L Wardroper to Miss Lizzie following officers years old daughter of Richard Cava hands of a collector A defective flue burned Mr Matt Do- President Arthur J ctorsGeorgetown Times Wherritt 1800 Robt Stafford is quite sick and Wnj naugb fell into a kettle of boiling Reed Richmond Vice President Mrs jier s house and contents near Foxtown A final decision in the celebrated water sitting cm he kitchen hearth i88g Burgess is cou lined to his bed B M Herndon to Mary Royston insurance 71500 rsJav morning 250 Nannie Rock Louisville Secretary Mrs J CO Mi ra Clark Gains case from Louisi and died almost instantly Remaining unclaimed In the Post J T Estill to B M Hcmdon 700 Tennie M Sargeant Louisville Treas- Â¬ D T Ambrose of Lexington is visit- Â¬ ana is expected iu the Supreme Court Mr f V Prather has shown us a finely OHice at Richmond Ky week ending C Hunley to A B Hunley 200 urer Mrs Ann C Senior Mt Sterling ing H B Robinson and family W H Kelley will build you a good November 27 18S3 radish grown in his garden soon The case has been before this Mary Dennis to Clay Royston 1 fnneJ sold of- Â¬ The Bom to the wife of McUratli Will- Â¬ tribunal ten times and has often been house cheaper than any man In town BrockmOre Nannie Milton Harriet pound It was rich and W B SmiUi to Maud L Wardroper ficersPresident appointed the following tha weighs Chaplain Mrs Sarah E Midkiff iams a sou no maybe its a girl Cornelison J B ILLUSTRATED White Tilitha mar7 tf regarded as settled only to come back 650 Richmond Daniel Mrs John Conductor White Sam D 2 Mrs Nettie again and again This however is be- Â¬ C E Smith to Larkin Mullins and Duncan McHenry Only 7 Presidents of the United Glass II F Air Leroy Haden aurl family lately White Wm Warden Mrs Josic Mr Joln W Fox left on last Thursday the moat mefttl Harpers Magazine lieved to be really the last of it Mr States have been re elected These are Harper Elter Williams Catherine wife 200 Carter Mt Sterling Guardian Henry of Kirksvllle have removed to their - Dawson ueorgia wiin a car 01 hne entertaining and beautiful periodical m Beckwith the attorney for New Or-Â¬ Washington Jefferson Madison Mon Â¬ Hobson Mrs Maggie 1 Wingate Warren the world Among the attraction for Cheerington Covington Sentinel Sam old home near Tates Creek They are good jnirc mules and horses Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 i leans the unsuccessful party In the roe Jackson Lincoln aud Grant 1889 will be a new novel an American C Cline Louisville ar Money order and registered letter Rev Cunningham preached nt Beth- Â¬ court below says that the resources of an J we expect to hear of good prices es story entitled Jupiter Light by Con Â¬ President Reed made a stirring address el the 4th Sunday Preaching at same hours prompt 7 a ir to 6 i jr stance F Woolson illustration of Shake Promptness the law have been exhausted and that Tlie Richmond mills formerly Dar Â¬ upon the work of this branch of the order place 3rd Sunday in December J B WILLIS p sr speares Comedies by fi a Aooey a if defeated there Is nothing for the city First a cold hen a cough then con in Kentucky and Mrs L P Austin Vice series of articles on Russie illustrated by ins do custom grinding on Mondays to do but to make some arrangement sumption then death I toolt Dr J L Sowers will commence work Sec ad T de ThuUtrup papers on the Dominion VedicsJavs and Saturdays President of the Missouri branch deliver-Â¬ OR of Canada and a characteristic serial by The earnings of the Kentucky Central ed some very interesting and pertinent re- Â¬ the coming week on bis store room for the damages awarded by the court AcKers English Remedy for Consump Terteiraat of Richmond Milling Com- three Nor Charles Dudley Warner tion the moment I began to cough and for the month of October show an increase marks about the work Committees on He wants to complete it by Christmas Thomas J Goodin was arrested at ewgian Studies by Bjornstjerne Bjotn brlctc Tlie handsome residence I believe it saved my life Walter N known as tho hi a historical of 42 over those for the corresponding Credentials Finance Constitution By Â¬ Commodus son illustrated In an obituary last week you had Portland Oregou on a charge of em- Â¬ Wallace Washington Sold by W G play by the author of Ben- - Hur iUustnrt 11 s Annie JametW KSAsviHe has on month last year The figures are iSSS laws and Arrangements were appointed J D Jones of Madison died In Jessa- Â¬ bezzlement while Treasurer of Rawlins The Editori Â¬ ed bv J R Weguehn etc Prescription Druggist Bros 104839 18S7 104797 oTfiion at Covington Arnold and pending the preparation of their re- mine county He died in Madison and county Kansas A few mouths before White S -al Departments are conducted by George on Hillsdale street for sale or rent jfaefe sie crajon portrait of Dr J William Curtis William Dean Howe The Inter State Immigration called to ports the convention adjourned until 2 was taken to Lexington aud Interred bis term of office expired Goodin skip Two negro brothers were hanged at Also beautiful new cottage 011 North and Charles Dudley Warner ped from town The County Beat Wichita Kansas for the murder of street for rent Apply to f Cornelison Those who like nice meet in Montgomery Alabama Decem- Â¬ oclock in the afternoon Upon reassem- Â¬ He was eighty six years old Mrs wu Vs of art should call and see it Board Investigated his accounts and two white brothers ber 12th 1SS8 is a matter of great im- bling the secret work of the degree was Dr G W Evans or 24- jine eudently possesses artistic talent portance to the whole South It had its taken up and continued After some found a delicit of about 16000 The J Speed Sjiitii NEWS PARAGRAPHS Ten Cents Sheriff of Rawlins county arrived origin in Texas whose Commissioner of hours hard work the committees made PER YEAR Col T S Moberley attended the Hus Monday and will take Goodin buck Will get a firbt class shave at Ihe Gar Â¬ HARRISON D MILLER their reports which after discussion and The turkey crop is short in Clark Immigration acting with those of other HARPERS MAGAZINE- U em 1 1 executors sale of shorthorns at Chic- Â¬ States lie is wanted by authorities tow- Â¬ where nett Houe Barber Shop Clean county called the convention at Mont- Â¬ some slight changes were adopted HARPERS WEEKLY 4 00 109 IRVINE STREET nine duchess cows including ago where Goodin confesses the defalcation Gov els and sharp razors are plentiful Nearly all of the afternoon was devotgomery as a central point easily reached HARPERS BAZAR 4 Mike Connor need 30 years died in Joliu A Martin offered a reward for None but first cla3 workinmeu are Next Door to Post Office averaged tiro heJcr calves 2794 ad from every part of the South The ed to the secret work of the order and 2 HARPERS YOUNG PEOPLE Winchester tree Uuke bulls two of them calves the arrest of the defaulter and the employed Give us a trial Entire in t Governors of the several States or the when this was finished the convention ad- Â¬ ftrttj Free U mU And Furniture Repairing The eighty head averaged lti- The physicians of Hubert Garrett authorities have been on his track fur satisfaction is guaranteed Umnl Stmtes Camnlt or Mexico Commissioner of Immigration have ap- Â¬ journed Among the lady members of the con- Â¬ state that lie can not live much longer several montb3 Fast life and specu- Â¬ pointed full lists of delegates and the John Ifloni shot and killed Kate O The votumeo of the Masazixz attendance already promises to be large vention from the State were Mrs Thom- Â¬ He dally grows more violent aud un- Â¬ lation is the cause of the defalcation Malesch a widow at Freeport Minn The Francis Sale with the Numbers for lane and Decem ing He will soon be remov- Â¬ as F Rogers Mrs Ann C Senior Miss manageable The citizens of Montgomery have appoint Â¬ The Superintendent or the Dead Let- Â¬ He was in love witli her and she had When no time is ber of each year Mr S S Parkes as assignee of L E ed local committees and are doing all in Annie Senior Mrs Josie Carter Mrs ed to Clifton one of bis flue suburban ter office in his annual report says that aroused his jealousy at a ball sftecmed subscriptions will begin with das s sold the house and lot on Third Franc Promptly CARPETS LAID IN FINE Number current at time of receipt of order their power to make a success of the un- Mary Tall all of Mt Sterling Mrs Cad- Â¬ homes near Baltimore O w there were received at his office during eei to Mis Cornie Cornelison for 600 Bound Volumes oi Harpsrs Give him a Call STYLE 24- The Mothers Friend dertaking Reduced rates have been die A Reed Richmond Miss Nettie William Henry Harrison was de the year 6217876 pieces of orhziiial CO zixe for three years back in neat doth Tic fire vacant lots to J S Collins for secured of one fare for the round trip Duncan McHenry Miss Jennie Cohn feated for Congress in Louisiana the dead mail matter an increase of 882- - Not only shortens and lessens pain bindimg will be sent by mail post paid The house and lot near Fair from all points in the South tickets on Fulton Mrs Sarah E Midkiff of Rich- Â¬ other day and In Christian county 15- 513 pieces over last year Of this num on receipt of 3 00 per volume Cloth but greatly diminishes the danger to Gn nds to J Stone Walker Goo The Cates for binding 50 cents each by mail sale December 10 and good returning mond who lor a time presided at the Pink Ky Ben HRrrisou fell from a wagon ber 4800615 were ordinary unclaimed life of both mother aud child if ued a - jTi 101 near broom factory to II post paid Cottage of the Rev Geo O Barnes aud broke hi neck Another Ben letters 18947 bore fictitious addresses few months before confinement Write January 5 18S9 Index to Harpers Magazine Alpha Â¬ The store house did not 1889 132 Mrs Amanda T Million the first and 1646 contained unmailable articles to The BradQeld Regulator Co Atlan Â¬ H trrisuu js u JitUo more lucky betical Analytical and Classified for Vol Â¬ Dirt was formally broken in Madison only lady County Superintendent of Pub ume 1 to 70 inclusive from lime ive to 21 24 120770 were held for postage 435446 ta Ga THE MOST county on the Louisville Southern last Mr D MBowmar sold and convey- Â¬ lic Schools in Kentucky if not south of so June 1S85 one vol Svo Cloth Young were misdirected or only partially ad seMonday Hon A T Chenault was 5tisiH Band Entertainment EXTENSIVELY ADVERTISED Lord SacRville goes as Britisli Min Remittances snouM be maae oj rssi the Ohio She is the Superintendent of ed Saturday far a valuable considera- Â¬ dressed 18895 were without any ad Omce Money Order or Draft to avoid A ister lo Spain The Washington mis LAUNDRY BLUE IN THE WORLD die Christian church to morrow lected to make the address and throw the Madison county nominated by the Demo- Â¬ tion his interest in the WoodfoodSun Of the number of AX ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY chance of loss office to his sou A A Bowmar who dress whatever sion has been tendered to Lord Vivian eenm at 30 o clock the Mission Band first shovel of dirt The spot selected is crats and unanimously elected She is a jiijj- NrKSpaftrs ore not to copy this aWtw 749513 NO on the Jenkins place about one mile this British Minister at Brussels has bad the control and management pieces treated during the year cJ bv a number of young people 3t35ereafXn3 nJS Slass FREEZE of culture and deservedly popular iitewent without the express order of were restored to the owners without Kentucky river on Tates Creek lady Dust or Harpers Young People begins iU Harper Brothers Address SSHfcSIEifHftS Id Vv iS ESQ J give a musical entertainment embrac- - side of of the paper for a couple of years Courier Journal opening Of the number of pieces She is Grateful tenth volume with the first Number in NEVER r charades Sic The low price 25 cents The road has been located up Tates Creek HARPER BROTHERS Â¬ Samuel Holmes a well known plant- opened there were recorded 20512 conconDuring the year it oil Ira h to Shallow Ford Creek but from that 22- I suved the life of my little girl by a i m i if pKKKSfr H etilii snus Novemberserial storks including willDorv New York vj insure a good attendance tain five K SPATTEX er of Fort Smith Ark while drunk taining money amounting to S235430 prompt use PERSONAL point to Richmond the exact line is not of Dr Ackers English 50 per cent mates by Kirk Munroe The Red sister-in-laattacked his a young girl 23338 contained negotiable paper etc ltpmedy for Consumption cheaper and Harris Clay decided upon It is believed by some per Mustang by W O Stoddard and A Mrs Wn Miss Florence Barlow is in Lexington named Mary Thompson who driven 1889 better than any other bluing In the world amounting to 1343019 face value V Harriman New York Sold by W Dav in Waxland by R K Munkittrkk Cards are out for the marriage of Miss sons that the road will come down Water BLTJ1NE Is more convenient than any other bluing Nels Thurlows Trial by J T Trow Mr C H Pigg is now in the cities to desperation seized a shot gun and Annually iu December the Depart- G White Prescription Druggist Mirr B Harris daughter of Senator and street back of the new hotel and that a BLUISE is more economical because you can put bridge The Three Wuhes by F An lired at him Holmes dropped dead ment sells at public auction unclaimed buying his holiday goods in just the exact amount and no more Mrs John D Harris of this county and passenger depot will be erected there simi- Â¬ a series ot A K C freight btruck and instantly BIXINE Is clean and neat no dust no spattering stey and Krander Matthews illustrated by property The proceeds of the sale to the one back of the Phoenix in Lex- Â¬ fairy tales written and Aerator Cassius M Clay Jr of Bourbon lar The Detroit Railroad and Tunnel Mrs Alice Lobbin of Texas is visiting or spilling killed S C Whitford aged 73 aud BLUISE is in small sheets packed in a handsome Howard Iy le Home Studies in Natural ILLUSTRATED c unty company has been incorporated or last year amounted to 32023 The ceremony will take place at ington The county bonds will be issued at Mr John G Taylors envelope and would bo an ornament on any History deaf at Butler Monday by Dr Felix L Oswald hi pas seven oclock r m at niuety uiue years with a capital of Blythe within the next few days The company table Last night the City Council made Little Experiments by Sophia B Her Mr J Harvey McDowell of CincinHarpers Bazar will continue to 1500000 which is more thau half of another coutruct with the gas company ooi Jie Harris mansiosnear Richmond has called for the first installment of stock Glimpses of Child life from Dick rick 1 have a remedy guaranteed to cure BLUINE Is the cheapest because it is the best as an uiMqaalcd fMsily tain its subscribed by individuals Altogether it nati is visiting his mother es TSvrsday December 6th the estimated cost of the proposed tuu to light the city for one year at old Chicken Cholera and other diseases Twenty Four Washings for Ten Gents ens by Margaret E Sangster articles journal reputation ilhtstratioas Its art ate of th on various sports and pastimes short looks as if the road had really set this Miss Laura Moss is at home again af-Â¬ nel under the Detroit river to Canada rates which amounts to 3300 ppr amoug fowls I will refund the money stories by the best writers and humorous highest order its literature if of Use choic Bask Stack Sold way in earnest ter an absence of several weeks est kind and rt Fashion and Horn hold The steamship Umbria has arrived year The electric light company of in every case where th remedy fails Wanted at all time Oewral Agent Satesraen for papers and poems with many hundreds Wholesale and Ketall Trade aho men women bjs of illustrations of excellent quality Every departments of the most practical atsd Captain J A Higgms sold publicly W G White Mrs A D Rash of Winchester is at Queeustowu lu the remarkable fered to do tho lighting for 51200 per aad glrla to do odTertMng In every vicinity Its pattern sheet economical character o1 The One Hun- in front of the Court house door in Rich- - Lexington Lwlro Samples line is subjected to the most rigid editorial One Dozen Sheen Inapackaxe for Woent Prescription Druggist visiting her sister Mrs Mary Stockton alone wilt time of sis days two hours aud twenty year less than the gas company and to free of Grocers or by mall of the scrutiny in order that nothing harmful supplements and fashion platescost dredth Anniversary of Its imnd on last Saturday five shares of of sub Â¬ save its readers ten times the umr2Stf BLUINE 3TEG CO West Acton Mass may enter its columns furnish not less than 200G0 candle 2d St near Garnett House Mrs J B Walden of Salt Lake City minutes from the time she dismissed F- - Establishment scription and hs articles on decorative National Bank stock at 14350 per G William- Â¬ the pilot boat after leaving New York power while the gas light amount to 21 49 In the vicinity of Staunton Va art social etiquettee house luepasaj cook Â¬ arc As agent of Rev II T Daniel The Masonic fraternity celebrated yes Utah is visiting Mrs J A This is the best outward time ever only 2176 candle power E M Dick enow fell Monday night of lust week to An epitome of everything that is at- Â¬ ery etc making it indispensable to every son he sold ten shares of the same banks terday an important event it being no less sou President of the Electric Light the depth of two inches followed by tractive and desirable in juvenile litera- household Its bngbt short stories aattt made e ii at 144 25 per share Mr Amos than the one hundredth anniversary of ture Boston Courier Mr D B Shackelford and wife return- Â¬ timely essays are iniorg the best pnbRah Company presented the claims of his sleet and a drenching President aud Mrs Cleveland will rain J A weekly feast of good things to the ed and not a line is admitted to its col WJa- - was the put chaser of both lots the establishment of the oldest lodge of ed last Wednesday and have taken rooms sail for Europe about May 1 arriving compauy The vote stood as follows boys and girls in every family which H umns that could offend the most fastidiosM -- AND in Kentucky Lexington Lodge at Mrs Stocktons Masons Iu favor of gas contract Davie Cham- Â¬ Donelson uses the best material that vUits Brooklyn Union taste Among the attractions of the new la Paris iu time to attend the exposi Insane No 1 It was a mile stone in the history against D the market aflords aud tho best work- Â¬ It U vonderlul in its wealth of pictures volume will be serial stories by Mrs Fran Â¬ Mr Lee Parrish late of this place but tion On their return to this country bers Frank aud Long J C Arnold of Gai rard county broth Â¬ of the Order of America information and interest Chris tiau Ad cis Hodgson Burnett Mrs Alexander and marks as FBI SUE vocate N Y more recently of Pineville is now on the Air Cleveland will become President of Roche aud T F Roche The electric men He puts up none but the best er of James II Arnold has been declared well a step of advancing civilization into a William Black and Thomas Hardy and road for the Lynchburg Tobacco works one ot the most prosperous banks in light company organized yesterday work Buggies carriages elc made a scries of papers on nursery iLmtic by a Wyoming court He kill Â¬ country then comparatively unknown the under he name of the Paris Electric to order Call on him opr4 tf Herrick New York TERMS Postage Prepaid ed a fleeping car porter and was acquitt- Â¬ 200 Per Year by Mrs Christine Terhune boundless West being still an unexplored D W Chenault on the 13th inst en- Â¬ Light Company with the following We wish to sell privately our Hous e Dan Thomas a bad Nicholasville and 44 acres of laud iucludiag the ed on the plea of insanity Mr Juo W Yerkes left yesterday for officers Vol A begins Aovtmoer 6 i383 He is the world An hundred years is a long time tertained a few friends in elegant style in E M Dickson President Periodicals ffjnmho served a year in the Nicholas to look back to and yet many Masons of honor of the 58th anniversary of his moth- Â¬ Mobile Ala where he will take the E B Bishop Vice President John negro was stabbed through the heart well known Amos Ellisou by another negro PER YEAR 11 il for attempting to shoot Common aw to day are almost in touch with those of ers wedding and the 58th birth day of his U S Steamer Pausy for a cruise on Webb Jr Secretary Treasurer Sfeciften GJy seat on receipt of a The the Gulf of Mexico Mr Yerkes will company will commence at once the Mt Sterling Gazette ceHt stomp HARPERS BAZAR eai Attorney Bronston during the that day Masonic continuity and tra- Â¬ mother-in-la4 A Narrow Escape one mile from Speedwell in Madison Lille A mold trial HARPERS MAGAZINE dition leave no gap between the present be the guest of Lieut Commander W erection of a plaut for commercial pur- Â¬ 4 00 Single Number Five Cent Each Shy Hocker President of the Mr J county Ky The HOUSE is a weather Col W K Nelson of Brooklyn 4 W Mead U S N and will be absent poses Paris Kentuckian and the past and the past is always pres Â¬ Remittances should be mode by Pot HARPERS WEEKLY with ix 2 oa First National Bank of Stanford formerly came home one evening feeling a pe- Â¬ boarded box 1J stories high buildings Office Money Order or Draft to avoid HARPERS YOUNG PEOPLE Her First Judge ent several weeks Danville Advocate rooms There are good out a student of Contral University was mar culiar tightness in the chest Before a flue well in the yard and an excel- Â¬ chance of los Postage Free to mil suhacrihers in thm In ne is keeping up with the procession A SKETCH Newspapers are not to copy this ad United Stmtes Commdu or Mexico If you want a good puit of first class retiring he tried to draw a loug breath lent pond cloe by One half the laud Jailer Bradley is doing some excel ried yesterday to Miss Sallie Denny of irJ 5 now trying on her first Police vertisement mithOHt the express order of Lexington Lodge No 1 then known as Garrard county niece of Mr W K Den- lent work on the county roads lending 1 quality at very low price go to Coving but found it almost impossible He is in grass the oilier half in corn It is Harter Jc Urothers J dgc He fits bc autifully and what is Lexington Lodge No 25 was established 24- Mitchells well fenced aud there is a choice lot of iuto this place with the prisoners who tou ny of tliis place The Volumes of the Bosar begin with suffered four dnvs from pneumonia BROTHERS mare he is none other than Mr Leslie Address HARPER Fruit Trees by the Grand Lodge of Virginia Novemof each yesH- Number were lined aud imprisoned at the last New York the firstno time is for Jamsary tiwbicriptiauB 32- A jury sittinp iu the case of John A and the doctors gave him up Dp re- Â¬ Springfield Illinois Olver late of Richmond Mrs Brasfield of The Distillery has recently been Every man ber 17 178s it being the first Masonic mentioned When term of our Circuit Court TI1I3 was Lyle ugaiiist tlie Kentucky Midland Ackers Kiiglisli Remedy for Consump Â¬ paired aud its reputation for making a will begin with the Number current at ho shoots a pistol on the street at night Lodge organized west of the Allegheny is visiting her daughter Mrs T S Mob a much needed improvement and we railroad awarded him So0 per acre time of receipt of order fell down the for tion saved him and be is well to day choice article of wlikky as well as ps run in and fined to the extent of Mountains This was twelve years after erly At Indianapolis she brandy has long been established are glad to see it being done Beatty I889 Bound Vohtmes of Harpers Daaar for six acres and 350 damages to farm Sold by W G White Prescription Lie law is catching numbers of the first log house was built on the site of massive stone steps at the depot and was The jail The adjoining farm of 220 acres ville Enterprise three years bock m neat cloth bsstsMng Druggist aggregating 650 formerly the sauietract can be bought Ubovs This Lodge re- so bruised from head to foot that she had the city of Lexington will be sent by mail postage paid or by It has excellent Mrs Bettie Maddox died at ber provided the One hundred and forty seven shares improvements stone house and good express free of expense mained under the jurisdiction of the Grand to telegraph her daughter to meet her in Covington Mitsliell have Ihe lar-Â¬ Marriage Licenses for November was used in home near Jerico Henry county freight does not exceed one dollar par Harrodsburg and Lodge of Virginia until the year iSoo Cincinnati An arm chair Speedwell has posl oRice churches gest and best line of Overcoats at very of Nicholasville volume for 7 00 per volume She Thomas J McKeehan and Deborah when the Grand Lodge of Kentucky was conveying her from the Richmond depot November 6th aged 52 years Perry ville Turnpike stock were sold at school btures shops and other con- Â¬ ILLUSTRATED 24- Cloth Cases for each volume Dutiable county a daugh- Â¬ low prlcee Cull and see them Green Anderson Lakes and Nellia Tur- Â¬ veniences Nicholasville for an average or 708 In the Kentucky jurisdiction to Col Moberleys She is improving was a native of this organized for binding will be sent by mail post Â¬ Terms easy Call on or address ner Meredith Haden and Mary Oldham ter ot the late David D Haggard slowly Henry Clay McAlister a brother of it became Lexington Lodge No I Harpers WeeUy lias a well established paid on receipt of too each Advice to Mothers MARY E BUOOKS Milton A Williams and Nannie Bush Her brother Chas P Haggard is the Mrs J H Carr and Mrs Jiip Hill of Mrs Wnsww8 SoonnHa 8TnorhonU slxnjt The records of the proceedings and Remittances should be made by Pott place as the leading illustrated newspaper A pretty little three year old boy on 23- N B BUOOKS living this county had his neck broken by lie used vrhen children lire enttJnir fith- - Hm w A Perkins and Amelia Perkins in America The fairness of its editorial Oroce Money Order or Draft to aoW membership of this Lodge up to the year train said he was from Topeka Kansas only one of a large family now lieves tho liules afferc rot once it produces natural county current politics lias earned chance of loss comments on Winchester Democrat in the oR being thrown from a wagon at Ilement quiet aleepnnd the little cherubawakesai bright Woods and Martha Doyle 1S00 were destroyed by firethe building in We replied Some nice little boys from os a button for it the respect and confidence of all im- Â¬ It la very pleasant to taste It Newspapers are ttot to copy this adver Â¬ George Whitaker and Martha Holiins Boothea the childBortenstbegumsaUayiall pain Tay- Â¬ which the lodge meetings were held being Paris now live there named Taylor The preliminary steps to start a new 111 Tuesday L iwrenceburg News partial readers and the variety and ex- Â¬ tisement without thm express order of m regulates the bowels and is the bestknmrn remedy Joseph Burnell and Alice Mitchell Char where Lells Hall is now on Short Street lor Reed is his name added the little fel- Â¬ bauk in the place of the Farmers Na Â¬ cellence of its literary contents which iu IlARrER arising from teething or Brothers 8teIson fine soft hats variety of for diarihcea whether tlT8 other causes Twenty elude serial and short stories by the best cents a bottle J Edgerston and Lucinda Jennings The first extant record of the membership lows mother Named after his grand tional which has gone into liquida- Â¬ styles at Coviugton Address CHIGKEH Mitchells 21- Domilar writers fit it for the pe and most Vta T Terrill and Susan Cates Curtis 65 of this lodge in the report to the Grand father John Taylor ex Postmaster of tion because its charter ii to expire HARPER BROTHERS rusal of people of the widest range of Ke and Ann U Abrahams Lodge of date 1802 When F B Lticus of Chicago set Supplements are fre Â¬ Richmond Ky whom we have been vis- Â¬ shortly are being taken It will have Henry B Sands eminent sur- Â¬ Dr tastes and pursuits 22- New York Cholera Cure quently provided and no expense is spar Â¬ Officers John Bobbs Master Thom- Â¬ iting Mrs Reed then introduced her sis- Â¬ a capital orSJOOOOO and the trouble about committing suicide holiot him- Â¬ geon died very suddenly Sunday af-Â¬ highest order of artistic ed to bring the Winchester Conrt as Wallace Senior Warden Henry Clay ter Mrs Hooton of Lebanon Ind the about it is that here is more demand self in the head severed the arteries at ternoon Among the most noted cases ability to bear upon the illustration of the J- - A Ramsey auctioneer reports about Junior Warden Joseph Boswell Secre- Â¬ two having heretofore visited their rela- Â¬ for the stock than shares to dispose of the wrists cut his throat and slashed with which he has been connected changeful phrase of home and foreign his Â¬ 00 cattle on the market mostly good tary Stanford Journal were those of Jen Grant aud Itoscoe bis temples John Jordan Treasurer Nathan tives the Bashfords and Lowrys in Paris tory A new work of fiction from the s Forty good feeders weight 1300 Burrows Senior Deacon William Bobbs Their father was for 22 years a model pen of William Dean Howell and one by Coukliug Mr L C Cornish now wears the Underwear very cheap at Covington e Capt Charles King will be araone the jo ad brought 360 34 extra feeders Junior Deacon Innis B Brent Steward postmaster and is again spoken of for the belt as the boss clover huller Last leading features of the Weekly for 1889 24- Sanns Specific will cure Itheuroa Mitchells yo pounds position under Harrison Mr Reed is an week he made three moves from dif- Â¬ 380 53 Tennessee long Nathaniel Barker Tyler tlsm or money refunded Price 75c at TH jngs 294 26 Woodlord county Pastmasters Jos Morrison John Few editor or attache of The Capitol at To- Â¬ ferent stack yards the last being from Two colored brothers were banged Whites Drug Store Second street dealings 2 96 20 good yearlings 322 ler Levi Todd Hugh Mcllvain Edmund peka Paris Kentuckian Mr Preston Burglus to Mr Joseph at Wichita for the murder of two white near Garnett House 5- 101 of 1 100 pound feeders 335 A Bullock Alexander McGregor Thomas PER YEAR Desires to announce hat be 1ms The whirligig of politics in its last whirl Rhodes a distance of one mile aud brothers scmber of private sales were made at sim- - Bradley C M Smith Deputy Sherifl of Jes- Â¬ opened a may restore the manly form and hand- Â¬ thrashed 54 bushels of seed in the day HARPERS WEEKLY- 4 00 rces The bulk of the cattle offered A large and well selected stock of samine county and Miss McFyree HARPERS MAGAZINE 4 00 In 1820 the lodge numbered among its some face of Col John K Faulkner to the Thirty bushels is usually considered a ere sold at prices slightly lower than HARPERS BAZAR 4e Jjt reasonable prices at were married on the 21st inst officers and members such men as Henry busy scenes of metropolitan life And no Â¬ good days work Harrodsburg Demo- Â¬ Hats Caps k court day 2 00 HARPERS YOUNG PEOPLE 24- Covington Mitchells Clay Benj Keiser Robert Wicklifle Wm body relishes that sort of thing more than crat School Books at Whites Drus Store Postage free to all suiscrioers in the T Barry Samuel Van Pelt Benj Long the Colonel When the vicissitudes of According to the annual report of the United States Canada or Mexico tf Got Away Ko woman can be contented and nd St near Garnett House David Cob David Sutton Joseph L office holding constrained him to retire Commissioner of Patents there were bappy if ber skin is covered with pim- Â¬ A man giving his name as Green came AX- DThousands of dollars worth of Maxwell Levi Hart Indeed from its from the pleasures of the Pendennis to the Will Pallock of Lincoln county chickens die 19912 patents issued last year and of ples and blotchee These disfiguring The Volumes of the Weekly begin with every year from Chol- Â¬ ong last week and employed WtH Cran establishment until the present time Lex- Â¬ dullness of an interior Kentucky town it these but 1083 were granted to South- Â¬ eruptions are easily removed by the who was lodged in Bullitt county jail era It is more fatal to chickens than the first Number for January of each vear S to take some cattle to Lexington ington Lodge No 1 has had upon its ros Â¬ was a veritable banishment to him and he is mentioned subscription for robbing cars has been acquitted When no erners Texas led the Southern States use of Ayers Sarsaparilla all other diseases combined But the will begin time the Number current at The medi- Â¬ ui ig he had purchased two of them ter the names of all the prominent citi- Â¬ has probably sustained himself chiefly by c o with being granted or every GOOG cine is perfectly safe to take and is a patent m G B Turley Jtoad horses trotters and runners discovery of a remedy ihsi fosithtfy time of receipt of order and one from Rev zens of Fayette county who figured con Â¬ the hope that in the future his glory a AT Bound Volumes been made and to be conTexaus Florida Tennessee and Ken- Â¬ thoroughly reliable blood puriQer a Crow and one fmm T S Bores spicuously in the political and professional It 6hod in any manner desired I have aires it has its efficacy only requires aÂ¬ for three years back of Harpers Weekly We are hoping that he tucky cume next their ratio being ouo would return in neat cloth binding liU2m nut ruij Afl just received an extra lot of four year vinced of Mure infn nAtk hi will be sent by mail postage paid or by world Among its members to day are may not be disappointed for after a tf for each 8000 inhabitants Mississippi old second growth timber for repairing trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for express free of expense provided the lot and started them to Lexington the leaders of our people in every branch Grinding Done Democrat the next most desirable holder ratio was one patent to every 25146 of one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ freight does not exceed one dollar per vol to Mr Turley met them on the road of intellectual and material progress Its of a fat Government job is a Repnblican We do custom grinding on Mondays all kinds of wagons AH work guar- Â¬ anteed If after using two thirds of ume for 7 oo per volume population he had not sold the cattle to anybody is indissolubly connected with the as clever as John Faulkner Wednesdays and Saturdays Usual anteed at the very lowest prices Shop a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly Courier history Cloth Cases for each volume suitable back of Brookss drug store took them The Cherry Monroe Wagon Manu Â¬ toll taken Mr Boggs and Mr history of Kentucky and its growth with Journal satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken for binding will be sent by mail post Crow sent Respectfully facturing Company of Nashville Ten- Â¬ ahead and secured theirs near the growth of civilization and the advanceÂ¬ We make and deal in meal flour Cholera return it to the undersigned paid on receipt of 1 1 oo each kxiigtort 8febly S L MIDKIFF William was left to look for ment of religion and learning in the dark nessee have consolidated with the and mill feed Your patronage solicited Remittances should be made by Post and your money will be refunded THIN COLUMN Office Money Order or Draft to avoid Green Twenty two cattle missed and bloody ground The pioneers from Kentucky Wagon Manufacturing Com-Â¬ Richmond Milling Co 19 18 STOCKTON WILLIS 90- The tower on the new Citizens Bank chance ot loss J Mr Boggs at the same time were Virginia brought with them their devotion perfecting 24- Fobmebly Barlows There is a man in town who cats with pany of Louisville aud are Newspapers are net to copy this ad will extend 35 feet above the roof Mind near Waco their arrangements to move their plant ran main 3900 per vertisement without the express order of to Masonry and hardly were they sale one leg Tlie trustees of Columbia college reaching about the center of the lower Bm7 proot scuuig ovr to Louisville on January 1st These We beat the ALUOllS from the attacks of the Indians then they Address World for low prices A HARTER K urotheks The Register complains that The are two of the largest concerns in the have decided to establish a womans shutters in the Court bouse It will of their fraternal Removals longed for the pleasure KI ILBIII PHOTIXllUra ALIiUM HARPER BROTHERS Climax does not tell the truth Would South and the consolidation will con- Â¬ annex where women properly qual- Â¬ be one of the handsomest buildings in JU z lk Embused paddea tides imid edgvt ezcen Atnon the recent changes we note the circle and they lent their labors to the Nkw York 23- loa clasp holding a and Winchester Dem- Â¬ pictures sent lor 3X00 Faces ot CaMaetbound Card like to know where we learned the news- Â¬ stitute the largest wagon works in the ified may have all the advantages of Central Kentucky retails for JUS alto owing Rev Wm Crow and family spread of the influence of the great in Â¬ In Japaneose Moroo o Illutrated circulars IT1EK higher education now granted to males ocrat buisiness anyhow world ot ue snore ana irtliiz Retaken the house corner of Oak and stitution that was doing so much else Â¬ paper vriLis or Take it in Time piety morality charity named Lucas shot him Â¬ Streets vacated by the Rev E For rnnhee H cJlnliln I where in behalf of A Chicago man best line of Gloves in town is to During tho pendency of tho Cornell- The Cincinnati unio Â¬ aand family who now occupy their science and self discipline In this sparse self in the head cut his throat severed the eon litigation in this city some mouths be found at Covington For want of a nail a shoe was lost i djnble tnctr moner Mitchells Mlli u oqr BRASS The undersigned would Man street residence for want of a shoe a horse was lost I Fuutbed Corrugated Rev C J ly settled district the institution was much arteries of his arms and slashed his tem- Â¬ since Judge Toney refused to grant au 24- nounce to those contemplatiiisr giXe and family have removed to the prized and its growth was rapid It is ples He was buried next day for want of a horso a rider was lost Guard against burglars and fire by pur that they are prepared to contract for REFLEGT11G SAFETT LAMP order for a writ of habeas corpus on the Every dog has bis day and the day chasing a burglar proof and fire proot neglect small tilings The first of Breck and HHI streets impossible to compute the influence which Can Ix sold in ererr familr Gires Buildings or Every Dmciuptmk One of our neighbors is at a loss to application of Cornel ison The latter for rejoicing among our poultry men Never more licbt than three ordinary lamps Mrs Launia Cunningham and daugh- - Lexington Lodge No I has had upon the Foil sized Lamp sent br Express far a blind man can put away a then tiled a suit pgalost the Judge for has reached here at last It was usher- Â¬ signs of pneumonia and consumption Satisfaction guaranteed thirty cents Vie aleo hare the test growth know how ve taken the house on West Main intellectual moral and material cun positively be checked by Dr 500 The etiinr ioae t ot in tbe u 8 load of coal on a dark night He evident Â¬ damages in the sum 0 Estimates made free of charge Plans ed in by Gnnters Chicken Cholera Send tor illastrated circulars to Remedy for Consump- Â¬ vacated by Mr WIngate Mr L of Lexington Beyond question it has that the thing would be caiser in defendant demurred and yesterday Cure which is sold on the plan of no Ackers English FOHSHEEa Mcl AKINCInelnniUO Every merchant every farmer every furnished on application on short notice the ly thinks FrWct and wife have removed into been conducted by the best men in LONG tion Sold by W O White Prescrip COLFY Judge Field of the Common Pleas cure no pay by Stockton business man every professional man the daytime 23 38 Willis tion Druggist evidence corner Main and Third community and must have been produc- Â¬ Contractors and BmiMsi 1 ought to have a safe Account books ac- Â¬ tpr n tf Court bustalned the demurrer thus The Danville Advocate has afterabout ending another phase of the remarkable Let it go on in the opposite new hotel and the Hollo tive of great benefit counts notes checks receipts money Vitality and color are restored to There Is less immigration this year a jewelry and other valuables can be kept or EsIl house which they leftU prosecution of its great and good work 23 years of existence ventured for once to Cornelison case Courier Journal by the use of to the West from this eection than weak aud gray hair Irom all harm at small expense Dr Reeves and famny of Es- - gather into its fold the worthy who seek be humorous and succeeds admirably to Ayers Hair Vigor Through its for several years iientucklans arer Contractor and Two masked men entered the L THE CARY SAFE CO Absent minded folks have to bear coach have takea the place recently fellowship and contribute as Its ordinan- - wit Is prepared with an experienced set of Four good room mi First street ap One of N depot at London at 3 A 21 Tues- Â¬ cleansing nnd healing qualities It pre- Â¬ beginning to find out that Kentucky is hands to do all 52 West Eagle St Buffalo N Y Ped Lv Mr Brass and he U at 1 ccs impose to the well being of society the brunt of a good many jokes just now day and forced the night operator W vents the accumulation of dandrufl good enough for thorn Winchester and repairing kinds ot ahouse building stain MiMtibre for o8iee or bed rooms Jimos Give him call Apply lo SFOne of the Carey safes can be O W WiiJJB that its good works may be felt by pros Â¬ our lawyer is having a time of it 1 all scnlp diseases It Democrat Gw t0Jurring wkh hit brother Dr 1 35 seen at The Climax office tf tnar7tf They do say that he went up to his office FEppereoD to give op the money la aud cures perity Lexington Press Â¬ Â¬ THE CLIMAX Real Estate Transfers For the Month of Kit Mitch November Elsewhere about in different localities J P Logston to E S Baker acres of The Climax to day you will find T8oo words of comfort and cheer from that Hense Rodes to Sawney Oldham 1 extensive and reliable house Covington acre 27 Mitchell Call at 213 West Main street W T Mitchell to Henry Lowman 10 and see them ii1 ONLY S300 FOR Iff THE CLIMAX Â¬ 1 cJn HSSSaiF i DINELLI Ih JPZ EaESTTSSRS S Harprs lapno -- Â¬ FOR SALE BENT Â¬ lTollOTP ay Plaoo SETSY YSTERS Â¬ Â¬ Harpers Periodicals I tl Â¬ aver-gciti- Sxritrt Â¬ -- S DIITELLI Ma v- Zie-raaiij- -f Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Harpers People Â¬ Â¬ jvjvijuniaa Â¬ tilivi Â¬ w Â¬ Â¬ Harpers Bazar Â¬ USE LATO Â¬ DISTILLER Harpers DISTILLEEIT IB 4 f a B Â¬ Â¬ ie It 1- - Â¬ Harprs Weekly e AHTEE -- il ad lei HaitlwarB Store Harpers Periodicals CLAUDE SMITH bw 3 s c Hardware Stove TIN WAKE HOUSE No 26 N Second St Â¬ Armers old stand Â¬ I BUILDERS GOBITRAGTORS o BlMiFffiE Â¬ Builder FOR RSlffT rl dkLiaw- - - S - l - - ICROOKE li Try Ayers Pills For Rheumatism Neuralgia and Goat Stephen Lansing ot Xonkers N Y says Recommended 03 a euro for chronic Costiveness Ayers Pills hare rolieved me from that trouble and also from Gout If every victim of this dis Â¬ ease would heed only three words ot mine I could banish Gout from the land These words would bo Try Ayera tism which had troubled me several months These Pills are at once harmless and effectual end I believe would prove a specific in all cases of incipient No medicine could have served me In C C Bock Corner tetter stead Avoyelles Parish La C F Hopkins Kevada City writes I have used Ayers Pills for sixteen years and I think they are the best Pills In the world We keep a box of them in the house all the time They have cured me of sick headache and neuralgia Since taking Ayers Pills I have been free from these complaints I have derived great benefit from Ayers Pills Five years ago I was taken so ill with rheumatism that I was unable to do any work I took three boxes of Ayers Pills and was entirely cured Since that time I am never Peter without a box of thesepllls Christensen Sherwood wis Mils By the nso of Ayers Pills alone cured myself permanently of rheumaÂ¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS Â¬ CONCERNING- - FARMERS PROPESSIONAL CARDS The National Board of Trade in sesW B Kidd shipped yesterday for sion at Chicago unanimously decided Lehman ISO cattle most of them export to hold its next annual session in Louis cattle ranging in weight from 1450 to Â¬ DR A WILKES SMITH Practice Limited to OFFICE Office Hours ii ville I DRY GOOD The hUohUoh of the ladies ie uepociftlly called to our superior lAm mC Rheumatism At Rochester N Y it is estimated that the total deaths by the lantern works Are will reach thirty Five men and boys were killed by jumping twenty-five are still missing Buck Combs and Fultou French were shot from ambush in Breathitt county and killed French was one of the principals in the recent French Eversole feud in Perry couuty Information was received here Tues day announcing the sudden death at New Orleans of Mrs A M Palmer wife of the noted divine and sister of Mrs E M Green of this city Dan- Â¬ 1600 lbs which were purchased some two months ago at 5 els Lehman will lose a lot on them Winchester Democrat The Kentucky Trotting Horse Breed- Â¬ Dentistry SW BiWigMiinST 000 to i ers Association Lexington have de- Â¬ Dmsi Goods orabracins the most fashionable Fabrics to be hni m Uew York iJI Choice Silks Henriettas Serges i I De Boges Cashmeres c c Ayers Cathartic Pills PREPARED BT Lace Flounces of all kinds Dr J C Ayer Co Lowe Mats Eold by all Dealers In Medicine 43 White Goods in great quantity We b L- Sept 12 irLms Ribbons dollars Guffs Handkerchiefs Gloves and THE NEXT SESSION WILL OPEN Parasols all that can be desired Merchant Tailorim With an artistic cutter thoroughly trained in the best New York school ot art and design in gents garments experienced in the heat houses of that city and versed in every detail of the business aided hv on elaborate stock of Wednesday The Preparatory Department 1 ia under the supervision of the Faculty and no pains will be spared to make this Madison County School all that cau be desired Our aim is to prepare boys for College and at the time give a thorough practical educa- Â¬ tion to those who can not take the reg- Â¬ ular course Special attention will be Riven to Writing Composition Book Keeping and Civil Engineering Attention is called to the following communication from one of our pa- Â¬ trons a prominent citizen of the com- Â¬ munity Mr Burniun elates clearly the methods pursued and the character of work done in this department of the University Richmond Ky June i8thiSS8 Dr L H BLANTON Chancellor of Central University My Dear Doctor Last fall I started my oldest son then in his twelfth year with some misgivings as to the wis dom of the step to the Preparatory Depart- Â¬ ment of your college and during the second year which has just closed my special and critical attention has been constantly directed to the conduct of that de- Â¬ partment and I wish to bear voluntary testimony that he has received careful patient and thorough instructions from those in charge and has made gratifying progress not alone in the studies pursued but also in mental training and capacity for application The system pursued in the department k one that trains the pupil to think reason logically and remember Observation lias 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 are 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 this department may continue I am very truly yours A R BURNAM Ba7For further information and Catalogue apply to L H BLANTON Â¬ Â¬ Frencli EiM and Americaa Site TROUSSRIIffGS and VESTIN6S Ve are putting forth suite equal to the best made in this country Louisville and Cincinnati cannot excel us GEKTS FUMISHIETG GOODS Keek Wear Gaffe Collars Haadkerchiefs Shirts laundried and HHhMtiwlried Underwear Hosiery Etc Etc WALL PAPERS in great quautity and variety from the cheapest to the mos elegant embossed gilt cided to make their colt stakes for foals of 1887 to trot in 18891890 and 1891 not less than 51000 each entrance 50 10 forfeit with payable as follows 15 on the first day each nomination Â¬ of September of the year in which the race is trotted and 25 more to start The guaranteed amount 1000 will be divided 600 to first 250 to second 150 to third and the excess over 1000 if any will go to first horse These ville Advocate will close abont January 1st Pearl Wilson was acquitted in a stakes 1889 and Secretary Tipton has every Minneapolis court of the charge of murdering James Scanlan formerly reason to expect a large list of entries of Louisville The defense was that The present hemp crop is one of the Scanlan first shot the woman and then largest in years and has cost the farm- Â¬ killed himself er more to handle it than nny other The judgeship of the Pulaski county crop in 25 years Labor was very court which was made vacant by the fccarce and farmers had to stop their unfortunate drowning of Judge Tartar regular mouth hands and put them to has been filled by the election of Hon cutting it thereby throwing all James Denton a former member of other farm work behind Some hemp the State Legislature has not been cut yet and the crop generally has nut been stacked Just shocked George W Perkins of Harrison county and Miss Lizzie Daley of Scott or allowed to lie on the ground until it county Kentucky aged respectively is almost ready to break As the sea- Â¬ twenty one and fifteen years eloped to son for breaking draws near farmers Aberdeeon Ohio Monday night and despair of getting hands enough to were married by the Rev Mr Beasley break it out iu good time Altogether things look blue for the man with a The French steamer La Bourggue hemp crop Stock Farm arrived in New York harbor yester- Â¬ Marshall county Teun can justly day bearing the remains of Mrs Den cm daughter of the late Admiral lay claim to producing its full share of Baldwin who died at sea on the same fast trotters and pacers AH of the day that her honored father died on following with two exceptions were bred in that county and all raised shore there says the Nashville Democrat Democratic guests of a Chicago hotel Trotters Boouesetter Flash 219 as the result of a wager with their Re- Â¬ 2181 Jimbone 230 Frank Buford publican fellow boarders sat down to a 220 Fred Neil 226j Blue Jay 229 banquet of a dozen roasted crows dis- Â¬ Joe Rhea 223 Pacers Brown Hal meal with a fair amount patching their 212 Little Brown Jug 211 Duplex of grace amid the mirth of their victo- Â¬ Bay Tom 223 Bay Tom Jr 217 rious opponents Johnny Woods 223 Thunder Fritz Auschlag tbo German who 222 Black Morgan 227 Rebellion was to have beeu executed at Los 225 George Gordon 227i Blue Angeles Friday for the murder of Mr George Steel Nail and Sleepy Lize and Mrs Hitchcock at Garden Grove were also bred or raised iu that couuty in January last and who also confess- Â¬ but their records are not at hand ed the killing of Julius Feugh a neig We make a borer wash for our peach bor in Butte Couuty committed sui- Â¬ and other trees and it auswers the cide in jail by taking strychnine double purpose of keeping out the borer Robt G McCord hat merchant of Â¬ the firm of McCord Aydelotte Louis- and Keeping the bark clean and healthy Tills wash is prepared by ad Â¬ ville died suddenly of the bursting of a ding a common buckellul of water to blood vessel of the brain Mr McCord two quarts of strong soft soap half a was aged about CO years His partner pint of crude carbolic acid two ounces Mr Aydelotte died under nearly the of Paris green with lime euough to same circumstances last February make a thin paste that will adhere to At the session of the Womans Con the tree If convenient a little clay or gress at Detroit Mrs Juiia Ward Howe fresh cow dung may be added to assist was re elected President Among in making the wash stick Apply it the speakers of the days session was wilh a swab or brush about the base of Miss Calhope Kecuigia a Grecian the tree and iu the crotches of the main lady who has establihsed successful branches The rains will wash it down schools in Athens and Constantinople from timo to time and the whole The biggest business crash ever truuk will receive the benefit Iu known in North Caroliua occurred at spraying the trees when not in leaf I Durham Thursday morning when the usually add a quarter of a pound or more of potash to each bucketful of soap following firms made assignments The Bauk of Durham W SJ Black suds so as to make quite a strong lye well President 5400000 E J Parrisb These washes cost but little and are of 100000 and J W Blaekwell coal great value to the orchard American Agriculturist dealer 110000 Â¬ Â¬ GORMLBY CO 400 PM v junT0 1 JCMORGAN DDS IIf Absolutely Pure A marvel of This powder never varies purity strength and wholesomeness More ordluary kinds aud economical than the cannot be sold in competition with the mul Â¬ nnd titudes of low test short weight nlum cans Sold only In phosphate powders 106 Wall Street TtoYAi Bakijio Powder Co 21 20 New York S-iKrES- ADDLE AND 33- SrOFFICE Main street over Aladl son National Bank XUebmonU Kv June 22 tf DR J M POYNTZ PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE Becoiwl street next to Whites Drug Store june22tf G W EVANS M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OFFICE Second street june22tf DRS TAYLOR ASHE MAIN STKEET RICHMOND KY jann iy Practitioners in Medieine anJ Surgery RICHMOND KY OFFICE Seeoud Htreetover Dikes Grocery Store june22t DR JOHN M FOSTER MAIN STREET Next Door to Luzons Up Stairs Residence at Cor Main and Tales Creek Avenue june 22 m uMxwm F10 iuim ElfiTtfVSY A w tf DR PHIL ROBERTS Oflers bis professional services to the public Office in drug store on lower Mala july27 ly Street Bioumood Ky 21 24 6 ier 6lW- t ill jrr la MTW j DR U C AMBROSE HEraUCKT CEFTHAL -- BLUE GJ Shortest and Quickest Route from Central Kentucky to All Points North West and Southwest ItSS No uu HH East ROUTE ternoon Office hours 2 22 FORD KY to 4 oclock in the af- june tf 31 D Fast Line Between Lexington and Cincinnati SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 20th 1SS8 SOUTH BOUND No 2 Ex Sun No 4 Dally 6 W T SEXSMITH PHYSICIAN public MC AND SURGEON to WHITE HALL KY NoL Offers his professional services No 5 NORTH BOUND Lve Livingston Lve Keren Ait Rich mo ml Lve btanfor- ULve Lancaster Arr Richmond- Lve Klchmont- lArr Winchester No 3 800 a 1025 am 1145 aug17 iyr te The Popular Lino between Cincinnati Tha Eatlri Indianapolis nnd ffllUat Ctine Pullman Sleeping Cars and Elesrant Be cllniner Chair Cars on Night Trains Magnificent Parlor Cars on Hay Trains CHICAGO Tnlst BCI THS6KH BETWEEN C LAFAYETTE Lve Covington 830 am 825 pm 200 pm Lvc Falmouth 1003 am 938 pm 328 pm Cynthlana 1105 am 1034 P V3opm Lve ArrParls j 1140 am 1050 pm siopn 6iq pm Arr Lexingto- n- 1230 pm Lve Paris 1150 am 1055 pro 520 pm Arr Winchester 1235 pm 1125 pm 605 pm Arr Richmon- d- 200 pm 710 pm 818 pm Arr Lancaste- r- fiopa 600 pm 840 pm Arr Stan ford rrr2OSPm CinonU 3iopm Arr vJKh 54s pm iitp 1100 a is 810 am 7a a -- 525 a m 650 am fry- Heath HEATH JF Cornelisgx j am ZZZZZ CORNELISON Practicing Physicians Arr Pans 225 z 7r Arr Covington Lve Lve Lve Lve pm Paris Cynthiana - 40 pm Lexington Falmmitli n ipm Tam itam am 300 451pm 600 pm oa 03 1135 yP pm - RICHMOND KENTUCKY oner their professional services to the Jjanly public xxa 45iamopm pm am 430 am am 650 pm DR GILES HARRIS WACO KY MAYSArILLE BRANCH SOUTH BOUND Lve Majsville No 19 No 12 Dally Daily Ex Sun Sx Sun ecoo end Vudalla Line Pullman Bullet Sleeping Cars Fnllman Reclining Chair Cars New First Class Coaches Second Class Coaches and Baggag Cars all run through without change between Cincinnati and St Louis SOIi Louis Cincinnati and St Big Four Vis the C I St L Rillirar Elegant Reclining Chair Cars BETWEEN NORTH BOUND No 11 No 9 Dally Daily Ex Sun Ex Sun 200 425 520 547 a m ecu 921 1015 ami 705 1050 am 740 Oflers his professional services to the ptiblte jauftf Johnson Carlisle- MUlersburg Arr Paris Lexington Covington - 1135 635 729 753 820 915 am am am am am am am 105 140 234 258 325 610 6x0 pra Lve Covington pm Lexlgtou pm Paris pm Arr Milters burg pm Carlisle pm JollllMlll pm Maysvllle 73s am 830 am 857 am pm pm pra pra pm pm Pm DR S M LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON RICHMOND KENTUCKY Office on First Street janly No rives Falmouth 1030 a m 32 leaves Covington at S3o a m ar- Â¬ this train runs through to Richmond Ky Sunday others are daily except Sunday Direet connection Is made k njUS lf Cor Main and Second Sts Richmond Ky 6- - HACKELFORD GENTRY BLE3ja2xjOBLS CO MJ SPEED SMITH Chancellor C1IAS S TOWELL EiosBfioKrx SMITH Â¬ POWELL Haines Hay forks Shovels c The Carpenter and Builder can find all he wants The Blacksmith and Wood workman can find the only complete stock of Iron Horse shoes Kails and Wagon Material in the town We of course cant enumerate all the goods we handle but ask all to come and see for themselves the stock of goods we keep in our 127 foot store house They will We represent ten of the strongIN TACT THE LARGEST IN THE INTERIOR OF KENTUCKY est Fire Insurance Companies in the world We represent the AS WELL AS ONE OF THE OLDEST HAVING BEEN Company that has the largest IN THE SAME LINE OF BUSINESS FOR 20 capital in the world the Company YEARS OR MORE IN THIS TOWN that has the largest paid up capital in the world the Company that We keep constantly on hand a large tock of BUJLDERS HARDWARE of has the largest assets in the world U KMd as well as 1KUN and BLACKbMlTH and WAGON MAKERS MATE RIAL Akoa LARGE and FULL LINE of all goods in other lines that we the only Company in the world handle Special attention given to furnishing Kails Hinges Bolts c for Tobacco that pays its losses without disBarns We are the agents for the mofet celebrated count and does not make you agree in its policy to wait sixty days after a fire to get your money All Companies charge the same The Housekeeper can find all she wants for kitchen or dairy The Farmer can find all he wants under our roof Machinery Trace chains rate then Â¬ Â¬ The Largest Hardware Iron and Agricul tural Stove House Furnishing and Tinware House in Richmond Fire Insurance Farming Implements and Machinery Why not Insure in theBest Insure your house and contents and sleep soundly it will be too late after you are burned out Our Companies have over 40 000000 capital and over 100 000000 assets viz Liverpool London Globe Assets THREE FLOORS FULL OF USEFUL GOODS We also rwn a TIN SHOP in connection with our business and only employ the tost competent workmen Our Mr Gentry- - being a practical mechanic himself will nave special attention to all work done in that line ROOFING GUTTERING RE PA1RIXG JeC as he has done in the past Our long experience in our business enables its to be well up in it in the way of Msraoi ana During our gooas sincuy iot casn enaetes us to Buy at tne bottom price and that benefit we give to our customers Dont forget that you can always find the t prices and the best goods at the old reliable house of SHACKELFORD GENTRY CO- - i tf Commercial Union Guardian Home Lancashire Queen Hartford German FiremansFund National Total apr18 9m 40976673 24476165 30603324 8061183 71289585 6050025 5288604 2187173 2181925 2006857 119121514 DP u JnCm AIMER Kunjl aiLaPSBnCn ftVA til OlttkWSh THE MAIN STREET ADRUFF S S1 JEWELER Is the place to go if you want anything in S 1 4aaa9 WK9fmSBST ra Diamonds Watches I 8 Clocks Jewelry Fine Gold Headed Silk Umbrellas Gold Headed Canes Fine Eazors Fine Pooket Knives ITCiiMEMJEMEIL DEALER IN Domestic Sewing Machines Watches AND ALL KINDS OF Clocks Jewelry Silver and JPlated ware etc Special SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES Gi H attention given to B YOUR SETTING DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES f H s Old Gold and SILVER and got new goods for it or the REFAIRIIff Promptly done and In a workmanlike manner Cash E Paid for Old Gold and Silver Ky to the Dont forget the place next door Pot oflice RIcbmond jaa4 lf Near Gilberts Station in Albemarle The Sportsman in an editorial on county Va Porterfield Brock was the 220 list says On the 5th day shot and killed by his son who after- Â¬ of October 1856 Flora Temple trotted ward blew out his own brains The a mile in 219 The performance made father was to be married soon a fact her the queen of the trotting turf nnd which caused a fit of despondency on also the first member of the 220 list the part of the son during which the which now contains the uiines of 350 crimes were committed performers Twenty six of this numIn St Louis there was about to be a ber made their record in 1887 and 37 contest for the Democratic nomination during the past season Upon glanc Â¬ for Congress between Robert Kern ing over the list of the new comers we reared in this county and Georgo Cas find that 25 are descendants of Hamble tleman reared in Fayette and brother Ionian in the male line and that five of Gen Julin Castlemau of Louisville trace to the family of Mambriuo Chief Kern retired from the contest and now founded in Kentucky Six of the Ham we see Castlemau is beaten by a Repub- bletonian representatives were got by lican by over 2000 majority Louis- Â¬ sons of that horse 7 by grandsons 10 by great grandsons and 2 by ville Post George Wilkes and The new laundry raised steam Tues- Â¬ day to try their machinery Every Â¬ Dauutless have been his most success- Â¬ thing worked smoothly and the trial ful sons in this respect and are together was satisfactory The coneru is now with Kentucky Prince the only sires under full headway and should receive redicted with two performers that made a liberal patronage from the citizens records below 220 this season Rump Steak Pie Procure two The proprietors 6houId be encouraged in their eflorts by receiving all the pounds of rump steak which cut Into work that is now sent elsewhere Dan- Â¬ thiuish slices season well with pre- Â¬ pared seasoning dip each piece into ville Advocate L May clerk for W E flour and lay them in a small pie dish Charles Co this city and Miss Hal finishing the lop In the form of a dome McCauu lie Barbee daughter of G L Barbee of add a wineglass of water then have this county and one of the belles ot ready half a pound of half puff paste Fayette departed on the 7 oclock cut offa small piece which roll into a Cincinnati Southern train Thursday baud and lay round the edge of the for the Queen City where they were dish having previously wetted it with made husband and wife The mar a paste brush dipped in water then riage was a very quiet one not even roll out the remainder of the paste to their most intimate friends knowing about the size of the dish damp the band of paste upon the dish and lay anything of it Lexington Gazette the piece over make a hole with The smallest case of petit larceny a other knlte at the top prejs the edges probably ever tried in this locality came up before Judge Cardwell Sat Â¬ evenly down with your thumbs trim the pie round with a knife egg over urday George Gacler or Mex as the tup with a paste brush and orna Â¬ he is called confessed to the stealing of ment with the trimmings of the three napkins from Peter Boriotti Oc- Â¬ paste it according to fancy bake it tober 30th The Judge held him over rather better than an hour in a moderin the sum of 100 to appear before- the ate oven and serve hot or cold grand jury The napkins were worth The law of this State give3 a lien on twenty five cents but the same as if it had been the felonious taking of some- Â¬ the colt for stallion service in the fol- Â¬ thing really valuable Mercer Sayings lowing language and Doings Sec 1 That the licensed keepers City Council of Carlisle upon of stud horses jacks and bulls in this The have lien the petition of the ladies of that place commonwealth of onea year upon such fur the space after the passed the following ordinance about birth of same for the payment of ser- Â¬ vice of said stud horse jack or bull tobacco chewing Whoever Bhall chew tobacco and spit Sec 2 This act shall not annlv to the saliva therefrom upon any church a bona fide purchaser without notice floor within the city ilmits or any wiee of such lieu deface or injury any church floor or The second section of this law in carpeting on any church floor within effect destroys the Hen for It is only shall upon conviction the city limits be fined for each offense not less than necessary against an aulmal when 10 3 nor exceeding the owner wants to evade his obliga- Â¬ We were requested to publish the tions and if he does want to evade above and to ask the City Council of them the second section points out a Lexington to be as considerate of the method to do it which is well under- Â¬ churches ot Lexington as Carlisle is of stood by the class against whom the hers It might be extended to thea- lien ought to stand In view of this ters halls the Court house and city obvious state of case the last General ball Giving the informer half or all Assembly passed an act repealing the the fine and spitting would be much second section The effects of this curtailed in public places Lexington would have been to give the owners of Gazett stud horses jacks and bulls an inde- Â¬ Mrs Mildred Lewis Parrish who is feasible Hen on thegetuntil they areone now at Flannagans Mill Va writes year old Such a law would have been to a friend that Miss Mamie Bryant notice everybody and in trading with who used to attend the College here and Irresponsible parties against whom a who frequently visited here was on the lien was needed evidence would first O which ran have been required that tbo season ill fated train on the C off the track near Charleston and was money had been paid The amend Â¬ completely burned up She was en ment was wise aud gave men of small rout to Denver to attend the marriage means access to the best stallions It of her brother Harry to a daughter of has been represented that this repeal Â¬ Ex Gov Routt and although she re- Â¬ ing act passed the legislature which ceived 110 physical injury she suffered was true aud breeders are resting what is worse to a lady the loss of her under that assurance but an examitrunk and Its contents which included nation finds it among the acts finally She was too disheart- Â¬ defeated because the Governor refuses all her finery ened to continue her journey and re to approve them This is therefore turned home Mrs Parrish has suffer- Â¬ to notify breeders that the lien law is ed an accident Bjnce she left here last unohanged and remains worthless for month which necessitates the use of the assistance to one class and protec- Â¬ crutches but she is improviug we are tion to the other it was designed to give Stock Farm glad to hear Stanford Jounrnal Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ with Chesapeake ami PHYSICIAN and SURGEON No 31 leaves Falmouth at 430 p m ar- Â¬ Abhland HuntingtonOhio for Mt Sterling VIA Charleston W Va rives Covington 630 p m Sunday aud Eastern Cities C I St L C nd I B W Short line RICHMOND KY only FAST LINE No 3 and 4 run via Commodious Reclining Chair Cars OFFICE Second street next door tD Trains with Pullman Sleeping BETWEEN leaves Lexington 715 p m ar- Â¬ No 15 Cars between Cincinnati and Richmond Va Whites Drug Store rives Paris 755 p m Idispolis FeonaIUs and Keokuk Ioh and Winchester aud Washington D C Special attention given to Microscop Â¬ No 8 leaves Covington 520 p m arThrongh Tickets and Baggage Checked to ical and Chemical Via SHELDOH examinations of rives Falmouth 720 p m any destination reached by 11 railroad U Bds C I St L C and T P K tissues aud fluids of the human body For full particulars address or call on any At Chicago St Louis and Peoria close and Im- Â¬ No 7 leaves Falmouth 550 a m arrives 22junetf agent of the Company or mediate connections are made with all Lines to Covington 750 a m and from the Northwest ITtfct and SoatlinetU K H BACON S F B MORSE Daily Except Sunday Through Tickets and Biggic Ctftti U all Frutdjul hist Trav PaseVr AgL Gen Fassr Agt DR C S HOLTON Lexington Ky Covington Ky Note No 3 Dajly between Richmond Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St L C Ry also ia this line at all Coupon Ticket H E HUNTINGTON Lexington and Covington FBCARR Agt Physician and Surgeon Unices throughout the country Manager Richmond Ky Homeopathic Geul No 4 Daily between Covington Lex General Offices Covington Ky ngton and Winchester On Saturdays JOHN ECANOenlPajs and Tkt Agent Richmond Kentucky Â¬ Cincinnati and Peoria III TnE only at Winchester H W BRIGHT MD CXNCETNATIQ AUFD CEISGEFT EOUTE The iiiLLE Organ QUEEET JS THE FINEST AXD BEST 400 P Office Main Street over D M Bri s Office hours Sjo to noo A M 200 to M Cincinnati Southern and Associate Roads QUICKEST MOST DIRECT AND FAVORITE LINE TO Special attention given to disea es cf women and all difficult chronic cases Patients treated at a distance ard Homeopathic medicines sent to arr ad dress mayi6 iv Â¬ New Orleans Florida Birmingham Chattanooga Texas Meridian Vicksburg and all the DR H R GIBSON Practitioner in Medicine 51 51 Surgery RED HOUSE KY PriGiual Pom is Mm without m Soii Ie it T DR T J FAIN UNION CITY KY THE SOUTHERN ROUTE TO THE PACIFIC the Important It stands at the head of all good organs Those who desire to hare the beet organ should acquaint them selrea with the merits of our Instruments Dont tace oar word for what we savbut we and test our Instruments If no dealer sells our organs In your locality write to the factory Oflers his professional services to the public Office at Powells store COAST- - 12- - Morning and Niglit Trains change Sonth Cities of the igSATSSB TO JACKSONVILLE J MARLIN VS Ontario Veterinary College Ulliy doir RUNNING THKOUGIT CABS T inn TWENTY EIGHT HOUKS L1IJC FLORIDA IN VETERINARY SURGEON Office at Foxs Stable - - KENTUCKY RICHMOND JBXJY NOJOTnEK CO Address MIUER ORGAN Catalogue 1 cfrte XjXZXSAJfO 9 34 are Grand Central therefore saved transfer across tho City and are assured a Journey attended with speed comfort and cenvenience tho Picturesque Lino of th yia- - Nearly All Depot Leading Railroads aSSoSMt line the In Cincinnati passengers holding tickets via this Union Wl PARRISH TURNER Attorneys At Law RICHMOND KY Special attention given to abstracting titles to lands in Eastern Kentucky Office in CUMAX building S E Corner Main and decoud Streets up stairs june 22 tf Travel Queen and Crescent JOHNCGAULT C F Simmons St Louis Propr M A Simmons Liver Medicine Estd 1S0 in the U S Court DErEATS J H Zcilin Propr A Q Simmons Liv Â¬ Tho Original Wins General Offices St Paul Building West Fourth St Cincinnati Ohio D G EDWABDS Acting General Passenger Agent General Manager K X IIYAN B CAltROLL General Freight Agent General Superintendent 1 27 J QUINLAN General Advertising Agent er KegulatorEsfdbyZeiliniSoS II A S L M has for 47 years cured Indigestion Biliousness BTSPErsiAICK HeadachsLost Appetite Sour Stomach Etc Rev T B Reams Pastor il E iinurcjirtaamj lenn wntes luunn 1 snouia nave been dead but lor your Genuine 41 A Sim mons liver Aiemcinc I have sometimes had to substitnte Zeilins stall for yonr Medi cine but it dont answer the V Â¬ Attorney at Iaaw RICHMOND KENTUCKY OFFICE with C F A R Bur nam on First Street- june 22 tt E T BURNAM M GROCERY ON UPPER 1IH STREET purpose Attorney at Law J A SULLIVAN -- awr MemrjhisTenn tm- received a nackace of vourLivrr Medicine and have used half of it It works like a charm I want no better Liver Regulator and cer tainly no more oi Zeilins mixture RICHMOND KENTUCKY Special attention is called to the following celebrated brands 01 OFFICE on First street same as Eoasted Coffee Pure Eio Combination of Rio Java and Maracaibo Pure Mocha formerly occupied by County JucIro oct6 ly Miller Pure Private Plantation Java Pure Arabian Mocha and Genuine 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 ait 49 40 STAPLE FANCY EtOCEBIES Etc Attorney KYLaw RICHMOND Office on Second Street June 22 tf Fine Carriages Queeusware Glassware Woodenwre Canned Goods such as Corn Tomatoes Peas Beans Peaches Paper Water Buckets and Wash Tubs auglO 1 y counties and in the Court or Appeals Office In Master Commissioners office over Circuit Clerks office Law Attorney aftand adjoining Will practice in Madison june 22 A J REED tf CHLER KENTUCKY PAXD VT CATITAJC STOCK Cjzsxcjnsnzsrjiijz SSOOOOO CO obceo SI W S MOBERLEY Attorney atKYLaw RICHMOND Office corner Main and First streets I up stairs over Ramseys CARRIAGE WORKS UM I JOHN DONELSON Pkopkietor apr4 If CO GRASS AND FIELD Largest and moat complete stock in Best Our motto Central Kentucky Goods and Lowest Consistent Prices P CARROLL 77 and 79 W Main St Lexington Ky janii iy JUAXUFACTURERS OP Business and Pleasure Vehicles Usrs Proprietors and Sola of SBcIers Improred PerfBcllon Rflh Wfesel H Work Guaranteed at Mepresentcd BEND rOB CATAIiOGXJB issued March and Sept i each year H is an encj- Jclopodla or iiserni uuue riaation for U who purfrtiuA thn ln mTies Or tA9 aMAAa ft ItfA Wfl caa clothe you and famljh you with 11 nH nrmecessry ia T11WUW appliances to ride walk ilance sleep eat fish hunt work go to church or stay at home and in vwrious sues styles and quantities Junt figure out what is required to do all iese things COMFORTABLY and you cau estimata ot tho vatas of tb BUYESS QUTDE which wiU be sent upon receipt of 10 oents to jay pesuge CO MONTGOMERY WARD Ul 114 axiehigan Avoaue Chicago M r TunrRTiBQTrLDEis