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Digital page images are linked to the text file. g v Lpw - o2 - C5 H mri ii X J CSS KT USSSD YOLUME n High - Pressure B - Sh NUMBEK RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 22 1889 tfror Tiifc chiMX1 IK tloVEH 49 and probed the most secret motive liljW if LOOKS TO A llOSTOX 3IAS He THE STATE VETEiUJlAllV GOLLttiA THE FASTEST TWENTY SEVEN paid no defierence to the assumed sound- Â¬ A DR We have seen with pleasure the ness of the creed then in vogue nor in- Â¬ Living characterizes these modern days Editor Climax Yonng Harold Gray one afternoon Here fs a deedfipilolt of the twenly 3Doital Siarg cosx Tho result Is a fearrul Increase of Brain quired how many or how long were the favor with which our suggestion in Walked over to the farm Boston May 16th 18S9 seven Ieudiug horses of the turf with reference to an appropriation of S60 and Heart Diseases General De Â¬ Where dwelt fair Nellie Vnughnn who held prayers that the people repeated He Tkai tice Limited to Dentistry bility Insomnia Paralysis and In Whoop her up down that way My their best records This list will bo His henrt ns by a charm showed the utter worthlessness or a mele 000 for the establishment of a Veteri sanity Chloral and Morphia augment She was not home H looked for her t iidry College nnd HospItiil has been re- Â¬ flanauclnl interests arc elsewhere hut found extremely useful to all lovers of OFFICE Smith Building Main Street external religion from which both God the evil The medicine best adapted He searched the garden over The rhy heart is with you It gives me great horse racing It Is arranged in alpha Â¬ Oiluf hours 900 te 1200 M 100 to and men arc left out and self alone is con Â¬ ceived by otir contemporaries to do permanent good Is Ayers Sar Â¬ The grore the meadow aud at laxt live stock Interest of Kentucky aggre Â¬ Joy to 4ee ltov you are making things betical order 00 P M tf 4 saparilla It purifies enriches and He found her In thn clover cernedwhere self love reigHs supreme it Arnb Bay gelding trotter out of vitalizes the blood and thus strengthens Her thoroughbred hum I have been up and down this swells to enormous proportions It is the gates millions Ah fair she looked ns there che stood C MORGAN D D S every function and faculty of the body by Authurtou foaled altar on which all things are sacrificed racers ami trottprs her Shorthorns and goodly laud of ours somewhat nnd I Lady Hamilton AH In a field of Rrpen H I havo used Ayers Sarsaparilla in With rosy checks and sweet blue eye Jerneys her flue breeds of sheep and just tay unto you there is no question in 1S78 Best record 215 when 10 -the shrine where the best gifts are bestowOFFICE Mam street over Madi my family for years I have found it of the immense natural resources of old years old at San Juje Cal ou Sept And hair of golden sheen jwmi National Bank Richmond Ky ed The boast of religious zeal of con- swine have of late yeurs iissumed an invaluable as Her robe was white a broad straw hat I have wandered through 19 1SS8 juiif 2 tf cern for the purity of the creed and ag importance which did not nnd could Kentucky Kept otrtlie suns hot rnyi A Arrow Bay gelding pacer out of the wilds of Arkansaw aud observed graudizement of ones sect is vainglorious not attach to them before The high She did not see him for she turned DR J M for Nervous Debility caused by an in Â¬ priced lauds of Central Kentucky and the wonderful transformation of its Crichtoua first by A W Richmond Upon the earth her gaze and empty It is the boast of a partisan active liver and alow stato of the blood I have foaled in 1883 Best reeord 213 when AND the glory of a sensualist and the cloak of a of large parts of Western Kentucky great pines into lumber HHYSIflAN SURGEON 8he started when he spoke to her Henry Bacon Xenia Ohio Georgia and 5 years old at Cleveland O 011 Aug can no longer be farmed remunerative Â¬ Hiarched through hypocrihr There ii no Christianity irt it And blushes mantled over For some time I have been troubled OFFICE Second street next to Her face when asked what twas She sbughV lit the days drtJHrisi men Were pYdud cf ly in the cultivation bf cereflla or even watehell the riilgllty power of the cot 1 1888 IHHg Store with heart disease I never found any Â¬ june22if WliitV Belle Hamlin Brown mare trotter She answered of grasses if the agriculturist limits tHtl glri again I have traversed the Four lenved ddvEn thing to help mo until I began using their sects and would Compass land and Ayers Sarsaparilla I have only used Then Harold Gray stooped down and Starched sea to make one proselyte But it was an himself to the production of cereals nnd bleak aud rochy hills of New Euglaud out of Toy by Hamlins Almont EVANS M D G The cloVcr all nroUml this medicine sir months but it has k e aud saw the thrifty Yankees conveFt fthtlbd in 1879 Best record 913 when While she looked on nt last he plucked external relgion Men were trying to grasses But if the agriculturist grows lieved me from my trouble and enabled AND PHYSICIAN SURGEON an Sept his cereals nnd his grasses in order to stones Into golden sheckels as well as 6 years old at Cleveland Four green leaves from the ground work their heaven by keeping the ten me to resumo work J p Carzanett OFFICE Second etreeU make woo Jen nutmegs but all in all 16 1887 Perry 111 She said that he would have good luck commandments and the hunired and ten make fine horses aud fine cattle the 1 have never seen a State or country Buffalo Girl Bay mare pacer out junt 22tf In all he sought to do I havo been a practicing physician other commandments they had made from indications are that the high priced by Pocahontas Boy for over half a century and during that But will good fortune follow me them Christ came and said I show lauds of the commonwealth can be blessed with a more productive soil or of Kit Freeman DR TAYLOR He asked when I shall woe time I have never found so powerful made largely renumerative for years mountain section more richly laden foaled iu 1873 Best record 212 when you a more excellent way if you love and reliable an alterative and blood Ah that no lover ever learned with timber aud mineral wealth than 10 years old at Buffalo New York on Practitioner In Medicine and Surgery you will fulfill the whole law Going perhaps for nges to come Except by trial she said purifier as Ayers Sarsaparilla Dr If we think to devote ourselves to the is Kentucky Truly tliere are mil- - Aug 2 18S3 He whispered something In her ear M MaxstartLouisville Ky carefully through the commandments you RICHMOND KY Brown Hal Brown horse pacer And she blushed nxy red will see how this comes to be Love is production of fat cattle and fat hogs linns in it if only brought out OFFICE Second streetover Dykes A gentleman who was a teacher in out of Lizzie by Tom Hal Beat rec and out of thee to make a fair interest juue22t Softly the breeze of summer blew Grocery Store the fulfilling of the law and charity toward Across the field of clover our neighbors is the realization of that out of our investments we delude our- Â¬ Kentucky thirty years ago called ou ord 213 at Lexington Ky ou Aug tREPABEO UT And to the fanner nt his door me to day I said we are booming 31 1887 M DR fulfillment in hnman experiences A selves Tlib time was when this could Dr J C Ayer it Co Lowell Mass The sweet scent wafted over lliiugs down our way and are just Clingstone Bay gelding trotter CvalVSd from tile inner be done but that time is pastt Since righteous life is MAIN STREET Trice ft ill bottlei 5 Uut sweeter to the furmer Vaughan Worth i a bctU He said youve got a out of Gretchen by Rysdyk foaled iu the great States of the West and North- Â¬ catching ou Than clovers delicate scent qUalitieb of a righteous soul Pure tin Next Door to Luzons Up Stairs heap o good things dowu there but 1875 Best record 214 when 7 years It was to set those lovers thercj selfish love to mankind is evolved froth west have been covered with railroads Residence at Cor Mnln and Tales Creek 43 For he knew what It to tan t towards an equalization of yourre about 11 hundred years liebind old at Cleveland O July 28 1882 Avenue Unfeigned loVe to God All animosities tendency Aud for a fact he was not Fuvonia Bay mare trotter out of June 22 tf Bnt that was several years ago J OTtTi and alienations vanish at the approach of prices if not of profit lias been going the times Now on a summers day ofl in his opinion whether we swal Â¬ Fadette by Wedgewood foaled in rafLAWEEK love All evil thoughts deed and mis- Â¬ steadily forward The wheat of Dako- Â¬ far DR Therein the clover fields he sees mrlsJlCfubSysteit Why bless you 1879 Best record 216 when 9 years givings flee from its presence like the evil ta the beef of New Mexico and Mon Â¬ low it or not wPe as convenient His two grandchildren play Oflers his professional services to lie to ine buyer as any spirits from the presence of Christ There tana and the pork of Illinois Ohio and though I am not a very aged man I old at Buffalo N Y Aug 10 1888 And Harold Gray as one by one rfttMic instalment system fjjV Flora Belle Black mare pacer out The golden days pass over dt vtitonlttiXA rflirfz tfA can be no such thing as Christianity with- Â¬ Indiana can be placed In the great can remember when it made some of Office in drug store on lower Main xystrtn to us The Q Thanks Nellie for his hnpplnbs july2T ly Richmond Ky out love There may be the heated pas- markets of IheEiet nnd of Europe at our old fogies turn green with jealousy of Uut raced by White Cloud foaled Street UrKI4tlUU VI U1C And says hes still In clover when 9 dub members sell us sion of the enthusiast the blind zeal of the much less cost to the grower than those to see Northern or Eastern capitalists in 1874 Best record 213 WMU A mtrhp in rat It Pl4 A W T SEXSMITH M D of Kentucky can possibly be This Yankees make a move to start the years old at Buffalo N Y Aug 10 weretcash from S55W3tdiOuband sectarian the bigotry of the formalist the progress But what a change 1883 ite Odd for each witch before it eoes devotion of the partisan and the intoler fact is rapidly being recognized by wheels of PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON it out though ejeh member only pays I By Request Fuller Bay geldiug pacer out of Kentucky und Kentuckians see that if If Tub Climax is an index to the genLOVE A SERMON ance of the despot without love to God or more for toot zconer than any one cUe WHITE HALL KY and why we are doug the largest regard for man but the spirit of Christ is they would make renumerative profits eral feelings of the State were all Dolly by Clear Grit foaled in 1878 I watch business in the world Vte sell Offers his professional services to the Â¬ up Best record 213 when 5 years old at Preached by Rer C S Bollock to the in none of these things God is love and on their lands they must devote them- waking only first quality goods but ouri public u37 prices arc about what others get fir scc It is not many years since I peram- Â¬ Mayville Md May 17 1833 all things that are that have been evolved selves to improving their live stock in Church at Berea on Sunday May 5th t ad cuUrr Our B 10 ElU erIVo tell Guy Black gelding trotter out of from the unmeasurable infinity of his divine such way and in such degree as will bulated the streets of Richmond but Stem Wind American 5 iVtyktn cither bunting case or Lever self That love is revealed in every part make them Bought after nut for draft the last time 1 was there I should Flora Gardner by Kentucky Prince a tch open I have decided to accept your call In tsfu QurS KENTUCKY RICHMOND UCO VntiULaStem wmdr reaching this decision I have been in- Â¬ of the material world and in every sen- Â¬ and carriage not for beef and wool but hardly have known the suburbs so foaled iu 18S0 Best record 212 when OpcnKaoe first iu Uty ftirTced Cold great had been the development round 8 years old at Cleveland O Oct 29 Practicing Physician pj American Lever tVatchrvdrdicvtf fluenced by two things Duty and Love tence of the glorious gospel of the Son of that their horses and cattle and cheep Mnraraojreir It u fully equal to any beÂ¬ 18S3 c find watch sold fur 38 by others otters hw professional services to the If I have erred in my conception of God It smiles in the sunlight sparkles und swine of those who breed for car- about Aud now since she baa a first class Suneocd CJd Case much Gossip Jr Brown geldiug pacei riage nnd draft and speed for beef aud come a city guarded by city fathero 29- public duty I pray an all wise God to make it in the twinkling stars drops in the gentle more satisfactory and serviceable than say anything of faithful Capt out of Nelly by Gossip foaled in 1877 any Solid Gold Case that can be sold at manifest You are in a struggle here rain from heaven and when night around wool and pork They must breed in not to less than double the money as cheap DR S M when 11 years old solid cases are invariably thin wuric sectism and caste throwing up barriers us her sable mantle spreads pinning it with order to make their horses and cattle Feeneyand possessing a Commercial Best record 213 ol low Quality and worth ess after at Buffalo N Y Aug 8 1888 PHYSICIAN AND SURfiEON Scoffers laughing and saying of your work the stars love infinite almighty love a and sheep and swine the most perfect Club steam lauudry aud other things short use Our 938 atcik contains numerous important patented Ira Gem Bay mare pacer out of Lady it cannot be done demons raging and constant vigil keeps Thus by day and of their kind to create a reservoir of aud looking forward to electric lights RICHMOND KENTUCKY provementiof vital importance to accur foaled in 1874 swearing it shall not be done Truly the by night from the heavens above and the power and vitality upon which others with which to enllghteu her growing Gem by Tom Ralfe Office in Smith Building on Main lfTwcVrwhichwecontrolcxclusively It population 1 should say youre simply Best record 213 when 9 years old at battle is upon you it may be a fierce one earth beneath all things proclaim the Lord elsenhere may draw b folly equal fbr accuracy appearance dura janly Street bmty and service to any f 75 WatcbeitneT The climate and soil of Kentucky puttin on yer wings to git up and Rochester N Y Aug 14 18S3 ARE AGENTS FOR THE But or Jehovah the God of Love In these few what else should you expect Open face or Huntinr OurS4300IUil- Harry Wilkes Bay gelding trotter MD H rotd Watch u especially constructed for our part let us bring no bitterness into verses Paul first contrasted then analyzed seem by nature adapted to realize these fly iuc mracxun use ami is mc wi- Jvau Agaiu I hear talk of Crow addi out of Molly Walker by George the strife IF in your onward march for and finally defended love He says love ends The agriculturist apprehends road Watch made Open Face or Hunting PHYSICIAN and SURGEON All these prices are either aU cash cr in clubs Pnrrish addition Lyman ad- Wilkes foaled in 1876 Best record truth we must march over denomination- Â¬ rejoiceth not in iniquity but rejoices in the tills and is profiting by it His breeds tion I1UU a 1TCC1C JmjIJix JTsteX RICHMOND KY ms al walls if we must throw aside our old truth rejoices not in this ism or that of horses and cattle are already recog- Â¬ dition Rodesdale and a little of 213 when 11 years old at Sacramen Office in Smith Building on Maiu ThsKerstoneWatchCIubCo dried creeds and dogmas let us do it love- - ism but rejoiceth in the truth Really nized for their peculiar excellence at Waco occasionally which Is all mighty to Cal April 2 18S7 Street Kill BOalt Cei Ova fiHdlia trot Â¬ Ja3 EyeSee Black gelding We fight for our country we fight there is no falsity but perverted truth ingly If home and abroad They are sought bewildering I guess I shall have to 034 WAIROT ST FXIUSA FA Special attention given to Microscop by Dictator out of Midnight Agents Wanted for our home we fight for our God and love had been the dominant principle re- Â¬ from far and near and hundreds of apply for a city map about every three ter Chemical examinations of ical aud iTom Ajax Wstch Insulator are annually weeks to keep up with things Then foaled in 187S Best record 210 wueu 100 tissues awl fluids of the human body love must be the motive power in all the ligious wars and persecutions would have thousands of dollars I whole matter does not seem to be 7 years old at Providence R I Aug nt wVf Stat Trjil rHvli 22junetf contest and just as sure as God is strong- been unknown But when the dogmas of brought within her borders at the price the er than all the powers of evil and truth is men were pushed to the front love was of her choicest domestic animals But a land boom only Your merchants 1 18S4 32 5 Â¬ hoslleries nnd stablemen Johnson Bay gelding pacer out of DR C S stronger than falsehood and virtue is pushed to the background Religious high bred animals are subject to dis- tradesmen eases from which inferior grades suffer seem to be thriving You get some Dam by Ned Forrest by Joe Bassutt stronger than vice is love stronger than zealots and fanatical reformers became in Physician end Surgeon Homeopathic The Finest Jack In The World hate in any conflict One is supremely carnate devils and between the thieves of but little or if they succumb the los old rickety buildings burned out and foaled in 1877 Best record 206 when Richmond Kentucky When ahorse straightway go aud build better ones 7 years old nt Chicago III Oct 3 positive born of heaven and allied to God religious intolerance and sectarian bigotry is comparatively small worth IO000 is attacked by pneumo Â¬ You complete one stretch of turnpike 1886 Oflftce Main Sti eet over D M Brichts the other is infernally negative born of the Christ of Loye was crucified Why Office hours 830 to 1100 A M 200 to Little Mac Bay gelding pacer by hell and bound for it The love for our should love be singled out as the supreme nia or gastritis the possibility of death In the county only to go aud build iiu 1 Best becomes a much more serious matter other somewhere else so that the whole Keutuck Diu dam not traced 400 M Because it lasts Prophesies and church may be strong but the love for gift Special attention given to diseases of The world cries tongues shall fail but love lasts forever to the owner than if a common animal county is now becoming a net work of record 213 at Detroit Mich July 23 God must be stronger cases women and all difficult chronic Patients treated at a distance and Will make f tie present season at the that they would address it must be free Let then man who shall be immortal is attacked and dies of the same dis- first class roads the best in the world 1SS6 45- Homeopathic medicines sent to any ad- Â¬ stablesof W J Collins three miles absolutely free and speak only for them- Â¬ give himself to something worthy of im- ease The prevention and cure of dis You get one railroad and then go and Littlo Brown Jug Bay geldiug First Street Oldest Clothing House in Richmond enH of Richmond on the Union City mavi6 iy dress call for more pacer out of Lizzie by Tom Hal Party and sectarian speakers mortality Have faith have hope have ease presupposes a knowledge of the turnpike where he will serve jennets selves But I am not booming Richmond foaled in lb75 Best record 211 when at can have no permanent place on the plat- Â¬ love but remember the greatest of these is anatomy cf the animal of its physiolDR H R GIBSON In the great judgment day the test ogy nnd pathology of its materia uied Waco Madison county or Kentucky 6 years old at Hartford Conn Sept form of life Only as men cut free from love Surgery S40loInsurB Practitioner in Medicine 41SS1 their conventional belongingswith thought will now be How much have you believ Â¬ ica and its surgery In other words now Im sailing in another direcitou Maud S Chestnut mare trotter 61 50 KY RED HOUSE and tongue free can they find a way to ed but hot much have you loved How Veterinary science is indispensable to and have done 510000 worth of busi Â¬ 8eu oi payable when coalt is foaled the heart of their fellow men Going forth many cups of cold water have you given the breeder of any kind of thorough- Â¬ ness to day consequently am the out of Miss Russell by Harold foaled Will keep jennets on grass for 10 cent worse for wear bred stock For this purpose a Veteri- Â¬ butI feel like join- Â¬ in 1874 Best record 208 when 11 BURNAM per day In all cases the grazing with ones party or sect or circle is only in His name The final test of religion nary College is needed for Instruction ing issues with The Cmmax and let years old at Cleveland O July 30 no opinion of will not be religiousness but love iiiuet be paid when the jennet is taken ess ignoble than having in Veterinary science and a Veterinary er go Gallagher 1885 Van away every care will be taken but no your own That man who buries his responsibility for accidents or escapes personality in a sect or party because he Hospital Is indispensable for both rem- Â¬ Majolica Bay gelding trotter out llow People Live KENTUCKY RICHMOND of Jessie Kirk by Startle foaled in BOURBON CHIEF is 16 hands 3 is ashamed to stand alone is as great a la New York is a subject of general in- Â¬ edied treatment and for Veterinary Bur AR OFFICE with C F inclits high without shoes and weighs coward as he who tries to be neutral terest and it is fully treated of from clinics Surely the vast like stock in Semi Monthly Excursions of the 1876 Best record 215 when 9 years June 22 It Bam on First Street 1200 pounds making him the biggest Crescent Route still continue old at Provideuce R I Sept 5 1885 Peace purchased by running away avoid Â¬ the lowest hovels to the palaces on terests of Kentucky would justify the Queen jack in the world He is coal black JA Mattie Hunter Chestnut mare with mealy nose and for bone weight ing conflict upon questions of vital im Â¬ Fifth Avenue in a beautifully Illus- expenditure by the commonwealth of to be a popular feature of this line style action and appearance has no portance by sacrificing honor and prin- Â¬ trated article in Demoresls Monthly the money necessary n attain this end These excursions are equipped with pacer out of Unknown by Prince equal Tourist Sleeping Cars and families Pulaski Lexington Stock Farm foaled in 1872 Best record ciple for pecuniary gain or purchased by Magazine for June It takes you by going to their new homes And this a 212 RICHMOND KENTUCKY when 9 years old at Pittsburg Bourbon Chief was sired by Red Â¬ silent acquiesence in wrong is a base pos Â¬ way of illustrations and descriptions Programme ot the co operation of Chris- Â¬ comfortable route and the cost of a Pa July 16 1881 OFFICE on First street same as monds Hercules he by Pattersons session Popularity secured by with- from the squalor of the 5 cent lodging- tian churches of Madison and Estill coun- Â¬ berth in these sleepers is but nominal formerly occupied by County Judge Buena Vista he by old Buena Vista drawing ones opinion or refusing to give houses through Patron Bay stallion trotter out of the various phases of ties to be held with the Speedwell church be by Imported Mammoth oct6 ly Miller they are supplied with Matresses Pil- Â¬ Beatrice by Pancoast foaled in 1832 voice to solemn convictions or ignoring life to the georgeous modern flats and Friday and Saturday May 24th and 25th Hercules dam by imported Kspar lows Blankets and Sheets but one Best record 214 when 5 years old at CS tio Bourbon Chiefs 1st dam by popular sin or countenancing popular the palatial homes uf the Astora and 18S9 Friday morning Opening ser- Â¬ change is necessary and that at New Cleveland O July 29 1887 Napoleon he by Imported Na Â¬ wrong is the meanest possession of human Vanderbilts In this number is found vices led by T S Bronston 1030 to Lears Orleans In the morning To the pleas- Â¬ Prince Wilkes Chestnut gelding poleon 2nd dam by Buena Vista 3rd meanness I care not whether your hand altio Amusements in Japan which 1 100 Address M Elliott Response ure seeker the delights of a trip over trotter out of Rose dam by Imported Cnstillian Chief by Red be hard or soft Whether you preach the differing so radically from our amuse J W Prather Address O J Young RICHMOND KY VJ J SCOLLINS f glorious gospel from the pulpit or swing ments are amusing to read about es Â¬ Devotional exercises and short addresses tills route is all that can be desired by Wilkes foaled In 1882 Best record Office on Second Street jiine 22 tf 40 52 the hammer over the anvil whether you pecially as the article Is so finely illus Â¬ on the nature of the work led by W L the connolseur of scenic effect This 214J when 7 years old at Cleveland S by Crutcher Appointment of Enrollment route is through the Blue Glass Region O Aug 3 18SS handle the pen or the plow whether you trated How to form a Club of Kentucky over the famous High Rosaline Wilkes Bay mare trotter Jeenuy June is necessarily well Committee know the outside of the college better than Adjournment Dinner on Bridge spanning the Kentucky River out of Cigarette by Conns Harry the inside or not assert that which is written and in a chatty way gives the ground Friday afternoon Song within you but do it in love love with much good advice There are numer service Enrollment of delegates Ap- Â¬ along the shore of the Emory River Wilkes foaled in 1882 Best record RICHMOND KY Round the base of Lookout Mountain 214 when 6 years old at Plough- God and Eternity in it and as deep and ous other interesting articles and amus pointment of committees Address Fel Â¬ through the cotton fields of Alabama Office corner Main and First streets keepsie N Y Aug 24 1888 as both We have been accustom- Â¬ ing stories a full page water color of lowship or Partnership broad up stairs over Ramseys J G Adams and Mississippi to New Orleans where Richball Brown gelding pacer WILL SELL YOU A ed to hear that faith is the greatest thing Water Lillies is well worth framing Address Christ at Work B C Ha connection Is made with the overland out of Geneva by King Pharoah foal- Â¬ in the religious world This is wrong In It is a beautiful number aud will no german Miscellaneous business Ad- Â¬ the chapter that I read I Cor 13 I doubt have an immense sale Publish- Â¬ journment Friday night Song service express For further information ad Â¬ ed in 1876 Best record 212 when 7 T A years old at Pittsburg Pa July 27 brought you to Christianity at its Source ed by W Jennings Demorest 15 East preaching by B F Clay Saturday dress D G Edwakds G P 42- Cincinnati O 1883 Manufacturers ci OR ANY KIND OF It was no oversight of Pauls when he 14th Street New York morning Upening exercises 1000 to Rowdy Boy Black geldiog pacer said The greatest of these is love He HONON OFFICIALS HERE 1015 Further enrollment of delegates out of Dntraced by Bull Pup foaled In Literary had been speaking on faith but a moment Report of executive committee and dis 1871 Best record 213 when 8 years before Men are apt to recommend to The May number of Book News cussions of ways and means Address President William Dowd of the old at Rochester N Y Aug 14 1679 others their own 6trong points Love John Wanamaker Philadelphia leads C C Cline Adjournment Saturday Louisville New Albauy aud Chicago AT PRICES THAT WILL Stamboul Brown stallion out of was not Pauls We can detect the beau- Â¬ oil with an article by Edward E Hale afternoon The Sunday School Work railroad was in the city yesterday Fleetwing by Sultan foaled in 1882 tiful tenderness growing and ripening all on Good Nature 5u which he gives 1 addresses tour of 130 to 230 YOUR FAHCY through his character but the hand that instances of the kindness and forbear- Â¬ Its Importanceten Eminute Spicer 2 Its moruing on his annualNew Yorkinspec- Â¬ Best record 214 when 6 years old at V tion He came from in his San Francisco Cal Oct 26 1S88 wrote The greatest of these is love ance of some of our most noted authors Elements of Success J D Goodloe 3 elegantly appointed private car and THE NEW AND ELEGANT Westmont Chestnut gelding pacer NO LITrLE HE WILL MAKE when we meet it first is stained with blood toward their weaker brethren The Co operation of Parents O P Speegle was accompanied by Vice President out of Annie by Almont foaled in Paul is not alone in singling out love as number contains reviews of about a YOU ANY KIND OF General Remarks led by W W Wil Â¬ and General Manager John B Carson 1876 Best record 213 when 8 years the highest excellence the supreme good dozen of the books of the month no Â¬ 4 lis 5 Question Box C P Williamson W H McDoel Trafllo old at Providence R I Sept 11 1884 of Chicago The great masters of Christianity are tably Motleys Correspondence Mrs Song service Short speech- Â¬ 230 to R M Arnold General agreed upon it Peter says Above all Burnetts new book Amelia Rives es from members of 245 convention led Manager the things have fervent love among your latest novel aud the Remlnlscenses of by E P Benton Prayer service Ad- Â¬ Freight Agent and Ed O McCormlck in an article upon Tue Negro on OR MEND YOUR OLD WARE General Passenger Agent It was the THE STEBLfflfi PIAHOS 6elvet and John says He that loveth i Lester Wallack with Illustrations from journment Officers the Stage which will be published in President W L first trip of President Dowd over the born of God and you remember what some of them The miscellaneous Crutcher Secretary B Harpers Magazine WHICH FOB J Newlon Vice companys acquisition the Louisville the June number of will Call at No 26 N Second Street Christ said about it Matt 22 Beauty of Design ff Quality of Tone Laurence Hntton recall among 37 46 reading matter Is interesting and the President J D Goodloe Treasurer T Southern and he pronounced 20- Armers old stand it one of a vast amount of negro minstrel lore FINISH and adaptabllltyfor stand Â¬ of Count Tolstoi 5 Bronston Executive Committee C Did you ever think what he meant by detached portrait ing In Tune havo no equal A mans religion is not a which accompanies the number Is P Williamson Chairman J W Prath- Â¬ the best short Hoes be had ever seen Â¬ the antics of P T Barnum Edwin YQUCAHHGWflEREFIHDAMGREPLEASING these words DISPUY being particularly pleased with Its exMARVELOUS Every Piano Warranted for Rva Years thine made in heaven and then let down good er Vice Chairman T S Moberley cellent mad bed and equipment The Booth and Joseph Jefferson as stage Â¬ poichaaen and forced into him It is his own conAnd satisfaction pnaranteed to ererr gentlemen spent some hours looking darkles Also Manufacture the WoaLD Rekowked Track will Richmond Jas Tribble Mt Pleasant The Woodford Sun says CALL AND EXAMINE FOR YOUR OWN SATISFACTION duct and life A man has no more religChas Stapp Antioch N B Howard over the companys luterest here and ion than he acts out in his living and yet be laid on the railroad this week from the Bethel G W Park Speedwell Joseph Jostrow Ph D has made a J D all of them were much pleased with Christianity does not consist in external depot in Versailles out beyond the first Goodloe Glade J C Hendren Salem the condition in which they found special study of hypnotism and will Factories Derby Conn trestle Much of the material especially as the saying of forms and ceremonies J F Engle Corinth Estill county their property In the afternoon Pres Â¬ give the latest conclusions of science DISCOVERY smith NIXON prayers giving alms attending church the rails has also been delivered here for Kirksvillc Roy C White ident Dowd left over the Monon for upon the subject in bis paper entitled Memory Trnlnln Oslr nennlas System of cue leudlaT Wholelale Representatives services submitting to ordinances sub- Â¬ work on this side The railroad people Mt Zion S C Bogie Corinth The Problems of Psychic Research ltooka Icarneil la S W Chicago on his way home lour SIIuJ wandering cared Courier 26 W 4th St Cincinnati 24 -- AT THE SAME TIME- which is to appear in Harpers Maga- scribing to creeds or talking piously These expect to be running trains to Lexington Dejarnatt Pond W H Sale Flat Journal clilia and adaU Krsnfy L eneflttcd Etitt InOaseCAaiB to JITSJUUCx lii 49 N Broadway Lexington Ky HCB4 are no part of it though they may be in Â¬ by the middle of August This is most Woods W D Lewis Red Lick J C ztue ror June cidentally connected with it But when likely a little too hopeful a view to take of Lackey Ford M Gentry Union CitjT In the June installment or Charles 3WMB1 llflll xu uncKier t U 8 Paymaster Mayor J W we imagine that we are christians because it but certainly there will be another and OnlyttTS ouir - V2i Dudley Warners novel A Little ACEST8WANTED That Tired Feeling juaaui-- we do these tilings we fatally deceive our- Â¬ complete railroad in operation to Law- which is now Wahn with an escort of eleven soldiers journey in the World Season is here again and nearly every one running iu Harpers Magazine the was firpd upon by robbers and relieved SEomEE Tgltr rinuAveit T selves Piety that consists in the punc- Â¬ renceburg before fallHI News tilious observance of certain outward rites 49 is extended to ail sur Â¬ feels weak languid and exhausted The author will introduce an amusing of 29000 In Arizona Territory Eight An invitation in has often been weighed in the balances of vivors of Gen John H Morgans blood ladened with impurities which have satirical Interlude upon the subject of of the escort were wounded OUR ST0OK IS NEW AND KEPT UP TO TUB REQUIREMENTS owBel dlieortrle ol PJ cnLmd an4 Se - SolidekA oW lotal just and righteous dealings and as often command who were in the Ohio and been accumulating for months moves Wall Street and the Stock Exchange jTr OF THIS EXACTING AGE S lOvfv Ai cBet wi0 w-otl v- uu found wanting The Jewish nation was Pennsylvania penitentiaries to meet sluggishly through the veins the mind The scene of another chapter In the The Court of Appeals has affirmed r 1 SJXlKk jii tMt tvuca fails to think quickly and the body is same installment will be laid In a box the death sentence ofDIlger who mur- Â¬ T perfect in all the outward forms of relig Â¬ In Winchester Augut t 1st n 3ad ftU stUKKHm rrki ion at our Lords advent but all the essen Â¬ slower to respond Hoods Sarsapa- at the Metropolitan New York on an dered two policemen in Louisville from this section will join in still w in j It is in a opera night tials of interior righteousness were want Â¬ the meeting and assist in entertaining rilla is just what is needed w a One rerton vmm tm COFFEEMAKER The day for bis execution has not been utm A mw tBTentloa for nuUdn ii peculiar sense the ideal spring medicine uwof gvery grade furnished at surprisingly low price gsMr Z U rMouelHni ing His chief work while among them visiting veterans Kentuckian-Cit- ld Tw batter Ua TBgagL fixed CoSem ev -- - MftlM kinliiDM saves Sloftb 2- muaSnrmmy i Sample m It purifies vitalizes and enriches the Harpers Magazine has discovered -seemed to be cutting ecclesiastical red M 7 Coat or In Fot- Sample wttl te SSSas well blood makes the head clear creates an a new author of promise In Kentucky MI tape He opened up the interiors of the zen Free Officer Wm Soolin shot and killed mtbTEwU tat tnty emu to tempi The amount of taxable property in appetite overcomes that tired feeling MlsSiNannieMayoFltzhugb A short young William Watson at Woodstock nmn7JS scribes and phariseen and they stood re j ad other tut Kiltac artielee Tother Miss Mandy Ky Monday Both were members or vealed as the religious monsters of the Harrodsburg is SS30000 and the tax and imparts new strength end vigor to storj by her Uaxon di O0n JKOTX D1A Frsbtft KeaklnClBeUuiU0 45- very prominent families in the county the whole body 48 51 will llppear in the June number Cor Main and Second Ste Richmond Ky age His preaching searched the heart levied will amount to 2900 PROFESSIONAL CARDS WILKES SMITH JUST ARRIVED -- OUK SECOND STOCK OP H2 J othing ats Furnishing Goods Â¬ POYNTZ Cure FOE- THE SPHIFCJ AID SUMMEE W t ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN TJ Ayers Sarsaparilla Â¬ JOHN FOSTER Suits Hats Underwear and Flannel Shirts Having bought late we can sell them at B PHIL ROBERTS A VStist Oflssgjg 1 uams Much Less Than Former Prices Â¬ Â¬ We have all sizes from the smallest boy to the largest man J F CORNELISON lr Call and see our line before you buy Mothers will find the Handsomest Line of Childrens Suits and Shirt Waists ever Â¬ LETCHER opened in Richmond We have Shirt Waists in summer flannel chevoit percal etc See our elegant line of HATS FOR MEN AND BOYS WE LARGEST W BRIGHT f- Wkm j Â¬ IERCHMT TAMI HOUSE cm Â¬ HOLTON Bourbon Chief in this country Large line of Samples which we make SUITS TO ORDER and guarantee a fit at from 815 up We are agents for a large Trunk and Yalise House and can sell them at less than city prices Call and see our goods and prices before you buy at Â¬ Â¬ STOUFFERS Â¬ Â¬ ALivinCoH BEAUTIFUL OF THE Attorney at Law7 Attorney at Law Attorney at W POWELL SULLIVAN ET Mexico-California-- Â¬ Finest Falricsin the Latest Styles AND Â¬ Iaw Greatest Profusion AT MOBERLEY CLAUDE SMITH CHOOKE BEMETTTJEMST0F8 1- The Sterling 0g T OVE Silks Sateens Ginghams Calicoes Cottons Laces Hardware or Tinware TICKLE Hibta Handkerchiefs Veilings Gloves Collars and Cuffs Tinware to Order Directoire Parasol IN DRESS GOODS Â¬ STERLING ORGAN WE HAVE the LATEST and the BEST EARTH SESKY ueT j vu m MOST REASONABLE PRICES L Irff 42 21 PSREOT - mri -- Â¬ WJLIjILi FAFEIK ffiMTT h - Alfl IIMM wvuivn fe Vi 27 26 I It 4 1 if s Elliott clearly delineated some of the MADISON COUNTY REPUBLICAN CONRELIGIOUS VENTION showing Hindrances to B 8 Work that rnuob work Is needed before we The Southern Baptist Convention will FRENCH TIPTON - - Editor can Cod The Midel Sunday School The Republicans of Madison county meet at Fort Worth Texas next year an institution of every community met in the Court House at Riehmoud A man named Watson tried to nUMHIW EVBKY WBBXBBBAY BY Prof L V Dodge President of the dis- - on Saturday May 18th lbS9 ami were break up a Sunday school convention in 1 called to order by Chairman Tutt The Climax Printing Go Iriot composed of Madison Garrard county and a man named Doolin Lincoln aud Jessamine counties ex Burnam who briefly stated the object Pulaski broke him up with a rifle G White Ckas S Powell Vx plained the iuros e of the Kentucky of the convention On motion P P A man named Ncol is charged with Suuday Sebon Union us iudenomina Ballard was elected Chairman and H having two wives one at Danville JuncPItlCE PBU YEAH 150 tioual yet not anti denominational as C Ilargis Secretary Hon Curtis F Burnam offered the tion and one at Billings Mo and preachantagonistic to the special work ot MAY which were ing at the latter place Two men have 1889 WEDNESDAY various religious bodie but as an ad following resolution been to DaHville to in estigate ditional work tending to brine Gods unanimously adopted liesolvcd That the Republicans of people into more onenes This con Five men will be hanged at Rev Harry Henderson of Versailles MadUon county hereby approve the will fill his fathers pulpit in this place Sneedrilie Tennessee on the same cluded the forenoon exercises In the afternoon Dr XV E Hamil call of the State Executive Committee Sunday morning and evening Dr Henday ton 6Hike of the use of the bible in fur a general State Convention to be derson will hold quarterly meeting Sata The St Louie Post Dispatch lms frcbool- iiegleeliiig neither the reason held at Louisville on the 22ud lust urday and Sunday at Lancaster liesolvcd That they give their delefund of 6000 for the for its constant Ue nor the manner in collected Rev H M Wharton noted pastor Itich it should be employed W B gates hereinafter named no instrucdefence of PneH should evangelist at whose recent meeting in Smith vq sjMike 011 the same sub tions as to whom the party William Caius Goodloe is an jct in address uhich was fully appre- nominate for the office of State Treas- Richmond Va over 1000 were convertapplicant for Minister to Russia ciated Mm L M Dodge foke upon urer except to this extent that tiie ed preached an impressive sermon at the Tbd Relation of the feuoday School to candidate so named shall pledge him- Broadway Baptist church last evening vice Allen Thorndyke Rice deTemperance showing in nu impres- Â¬ self to a vigorous canvass of tiie whole Dr Wharton is also editor of the Balti ceased sive manner Die need of using all State 60 as to bring nut at the coming more Baptist Courier Journal Rev Russell Cecil fon three years The Shakers of Mercer county means to oppose the evil which is itself election In August the full Republican vote rector of the Second Presbyterian church are having their lands divided and the root of so many evils We congratulate the Republicans of at Maysville passed through the city The following oflieers were elected will hereafter hokl tliem individ President J P Herudnu Secretary Kentucky on the large vote cast in No- Monday on his way to Selma Alabama ually instead of collectively T E Baldwin Treasurer C D Cheu vember 1SSS for the Republican can- where he had accepted a call to take Allen Thorndyke Rice editor of anlt Vice Prtsfdeuts Richmond didates nearly 15SO0O showing a charge of a large and fashionable church the North America Review ami Tbos 1 liorpe Foxtown J E LWiy Meady increase of our political strength in that city Rev Cecil was tendered an Minister to Russia was to have Union GS Williams Eili tnii Den and u determination on the part of the ovation when he left Maysville Lexingsailed on Thursday but died on nis Zittle Yate- - XV D Lewis Glade people to drive from power in the ton Press C- Allium Baker Kirkt ville Joe Commonwealth those who have so that dav The General Assembly of the Southern Jones Poo ey J A Hendreu Mil long abused their power and brought Presbyterian church met in its twenty bhniue aud disgrace upon Kentucky Maj lien F Bradley has been lion 6 C Bogie Tiie night ses iou was devotel to a JJcsolved That we have entire con Â¬ ninth annual session in Chattanooga declared the Democratic nominee Thursday Eleven States in the 22nd Senatorial District young poojle nias meeting aildreos fidence that President Harrison will sented among the delegates were reprebeing some ed by Jtev F Under J V Chaney discharge faithfully the duties of the composed of Woodford Jessamine C M Baker XV D Lei Geo Ames great office to which lie was called and of the most learned educators and cele and Scott counties to till the unbrated divines of the denomination The expired term of Hon S T Leavy and Prof L V Dodge The lending give the country n wise just aud cleau assembly was one of the finest religious thought wjs the consideration of the administration aud that the welfare of e-gatherings that has cer been held in the Col J Stoddard Johnson the especial responsibilities resting upon the nation will not for many years to South The body was called to order at the rising generation in the age of come be confided to a party which fat Iter of Abilene Texas has sold 11 oclock in the First church of that city during the preceding four years show his half in the town of St Helens great inventions and rapid progress by Moderator J J Bullock of WashingWhile encouraged by what is already ed their utter incapacity to rule three miles above Beat tyvi lie to D C who conducted the devotional Jiceolved That we send as delegates ton the K U Land eo which already accomplished there is almndant reason exercises for us to gird ourselves for the work to the Louisville convention the fol- Â¬ owned the other half for 175000 yet to be done To this end it was lowing persons Jobu Bennett J V TRIBUTE OF RESPECT- The death in Covington of Judge recommended that the executive com- Caperton A R Bjrnum H C Hargte Georpe R McKee removed one of mittee arrange for auetber meeting In Dr Phil Huberts J Speed Smith B Whereas In the providential deal J Clay W A Powell 8 H Stone P iugs of our Heavenly Father He re- Â¬ - the full the finest legal minds in P Ballard CM Clay Wm Baxter moved by death May 7th 18S8 from lie was many years a re- Rieurnond May IS 1SS0 XV 2 Rhk XV C Talbott P Dodge Madison Lodge No 183 our brother sident of Lancaster ami his THIN COLUMN J G Galloway L T Griggs F Gri R M Hagan mother was a sister to ex chief der XV II Burnett G XV Park WalJiesoved That iu this event we Justice Robertson Breckinridge Davis has been jailed at ler Bennett J M Cotton T S Bur- recognize that this lodge has Inst a Harrodetmrg for exhibiting too powerful nam J A Hendreu J N Broaddus member who was held iu high regard lite estimated total expenditure pugilistic tendencies Speed Taylor S C Bogie Winston for ruauy amiable of the government for the vear traits of character Water Ballard and all other Republicans who Modest and unpretentious in bis depo1SS9 90 will be 895337S16 town m works are tailed of in eery may desire to attend There Mill sition only those who kuew him Inti The estimated revenues for the probably Central Kentucky water works soon be as many That we request the Kentucky Lead- mately could fully estimate his worth same time are 4395096uS mak as whiskey works er the Kentucky Register and Rich as an earnest genial man and as a ing a surplus of 44172142 but Razzie Dazzle k the name claimed by mond Climax to publish the proceed- Â¬ friend always worthy of our highest Tanner will see to this with his Cot Wm M Irvwe for a thoroughbred ings of this meeting confidence He was esteemed alike pension list P P Ballard Chairman fur tho3a sterling qualities that make cot ue fcttotita name the next one H C Hakqis Secretary the good citizeu aud fur those that The celebrated Myra Clark 8 bouud us to him as a brother and Gaines case lias been finally set DEREA It is said that Judge Billy Beckner lias neighbor But the finer elements of tled by the United States Su- giown into the belief that He is Mr Doug Â¬ preme Court and the heirs las Green tbe New York Banker CerPresident Fairchild is treating his house his character were raorp especially seen and felt in the home circle Here not are to be tainly he would not otherwise hae regis to a new coat of paint of Mrs Gaines paid 576000 by the city of New tered Mr Green at the Irvme hotel roomM Mrs L M Hanson has gone to Cin- only did his family enjoy his warmest love aud have his tenderest regard for Orleans lite suit was brought 3 cinnati to visit her sister Mrs Markley their happiuess but those who visited more than fifty years ago A man has been arrested in Louis tile A little daughter doubles the joys in him felt the iuflueuce of his christian Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE CLIMAX Mi 57 ZbTOTZHZIZLNTG- - OOTTLID PKETE3iTT IT Â¬ The Great Upheaval Has Taken Place H Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ J STREHG HAS BEEN EXPECTING IT FOR SOME LITTLE TIME Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ And was prepared for it And has taken advantage of it The backward and cold spring placed many large houses in such a position that they had more goods on hand than they ought to have had and they wanted to get rid of them They had to be sold We waited lor an opportunity jlu came m uie Miupe ui Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A GREAT UPHEAVAL IN We were en the spot and took advantage of it Mow look carefully at the result PRICES Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ GREAT UPHEAVAL PRICE Strengs Upheaval Prices Good Good Good Good Good Calicoes worth 6 cents now 5 cents Heavy Brown Cotton worth 6 cents now 0 cents Satteens worth 15 cents now 10 cents Bleached Cotton worth 10 cents now 8J cents Cottnuades worth 16j cents now 12 cents Satteens worth 20 cents now 15 cents Challies worth 10 cent now 7 cents Best French Salteeus worth 35 cents now 50 cents Serge Dress Goods worth 25 cents now 15 cents 30 inch Henriettas worth 35 cents now 25 cents 40 inch all wool Henriettas worth 75 cents now 50 cents Handsome Beiges worth 30 cents now 20 cents Dres Ginghams worth 10 cents now 8 cents All linen Towels worth 12 cents now 8 cents Â¬ Â¬ STRENGS UPHEAVAL PRICES IN CLOTHING Mens Sack Suits worth S600 now 500 Mens Sack Suits woilli U 00 now 750 Mens Sack Suits worth 1250 now 900 Mend Sack Suits worth 1500 now SI 100 Mens Sack buits worth S18 00 now S1350 Mens Sack Suits worth S20 00 now S1500 Mens Frock Suits worth S20 00 now 51500 Mens Stick Buits worth S22 50 now 1G 50 Mens Cutaway Suits worth 2250 now 10 Strangs Upheaval Prices Ladies Hose worth 12 cents now 10 cents Ladies Lisle Thread Hose worth 30 cents now 29 eenta Ladies Lisle Thread Hose worth 35 cents now 25 ceHts Ladies Fast Black Hose worth 50 cente now 40 eents Ladies Fast Black Hose wortli 65 cent now SO eents Childrens Hose worth 12 cents now 10 cents Childrens Hose worth 40 cents now 25 cent Childrens Hose worth 55 cents now 40 cents Mens Half Hose wortli 35 cents now 20 eents Mens Hall Hose worth 25 cents now 12 cents Mens Half Hose wortli 40 cents now 25 cent Mens Half Ho e worth 50 cents now 35 cent Mens Half Hose worth 60 cents now 40 cents Â¬ Â¬ 50 Â¬ Ken-tuck- Â¬ Boys Suits worth 750 now 6 00 Boys Suits worth S15 00 now 750 Buys Suits worth 13 00 now S1000 Children Knee Suits worth S4 00 now 300 Childrens Kne Suits worth 600 now 4 50 Childrens Knee Suits worth 300 now 560 I Â¬ Â¬ STRESSS GREAT OPHEAL PRICES IN KID GLOVES The best 125 Kid Glove in America dow 75 cents Only a FEW DOZEN to be sold at this price Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Strangs Upheaval Prices Button Shoes worth S200 now 150 Congress Gaiters worth 2 00 now 150 Calf Button Shoes wortli 325 now 225 Calf Congress Gaiters worth 3 25 now 225 Ladies Kid Button Shoes worth 200 uow 1 50 Lauies Kid Button Shoes worth worth 2 50 now 200 Ladies Kid Button Shoes worth S300 now 225 Childrens Shoes worth 75 cents now 50 cents Childrens Shoes worth 100 now 75 cents Childrens Shoes worth 1 50 now 100 Strengs Upheaval Prices Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladles Strongs Upheaval Prices Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens FInunel Over Shirts worth 85 cents now 3 cents Flannel Over Shirts worth 100 now 85 cents Flannel Over Shirts wortli 175 now 150 Flannel Over Shirts wortli 225 now 175 3 Flannel Over Shirts worth 2 50 now Underwear at 66 cents on the doliar Hatn worth 75 cents now 50 cents HatH worth 100 now 75 cents Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Full Stock Brogans worth 1 40 now 125 Jersey Fitting Vests worth Jersey Fitting Vets wortli Â¬ 40 cents uow 25 cents 65 cents now 50 cents Gauze Vests worth 65 cents now 50 cents Linen Collars wortli 15 cents now 10 cents Linen Collars worth 20 cents now 15 cent Linen Handkerchiefs worth 12 cents now 8 cents Linen Handkerchiefs worth 20 cts now 12 cents Linen Handkerchiefs worth 30 cents now 20 cents 15 GOV EAQLE WOULDNT SEND S0LDIEKS A riot ensued at Forest City Arkansaw last week over a chool election Three men were hilled on Friday and one on Sat r Jay and a serious race war was probable The Slteriff telegraph ed Governor Eagle for soldiers but the Governor said lte tltought the eivil authority ought to be firt exhausted and to see pricisely the situation lie got 011 the next train and went to Forest City Governor Eagle is a sensible man 11 Â¬ for having an overcrowded chicken A colored woman weighing 50O coop pounds was sent to the Hotpkal because she was too fat to work and had nothing to cat Sanders the cigar man lteard a great rattling at his door about half past three oclock the other morning lie went down and opened the door A small coon whh a basket on her arm asked if hed like to buy some greens for dinner One balloonist was shot through the head by a woman at Mastille Saturday and another one fell three hundred feet at Fort Worth Texas If this sort of rhmg continue the Richmond Fairs chance for a balloonist will be seriously ANOTHER OPEN LETTER Diwr Billy Beekner Allow me to inform you that County Judge Benton at Irvine 01 last Monday decided in favor of the K N I it 13 and against V We told you in the L C the beginning that Judge Benton would decide the case on its merits and so lie did You have been doing the Shylock act for a month exclaiming most learned judge most upright judge and raying Judge Benton could not be bullied r bull dozed and now We what are you going to do defy you to say that he was in fluenced by anybody You know you had no case and you knew it all the time notwithstanding your assertion that we were trying to Meal your line ea6t of Richmond You misrepresented us to your consUtuants and tlien did not have the manliness to copy our open letter to you Now redeem yourself by telling the whole truth about the matter And Judge dont forget to tell how you registered Mr Douglas Green the New York capitalist at the Irvine hotel along with your crowd to give yon tone when the man was a thousand miles away and how it Â¬ Dr Wittits sajs he used to get his jokes out of the new sftapcrs and then the people who went to hear him lecture said he worked off too many chestnuts Xow he says He gets his funny material from tbe Bible and everybody exclaims O how funny and new are hi6 jokes A nine j ear old boy in Mercer county hanged himself Saturday rather than thin corn Whether the people are touglier PERKINS here or the corn is tougher down there Mr J W Herring shipped four hogs Â¬ we cant say but we obere that the wild old corn juice itself is required here heads ot tobacco to the Globe Warehouse Mr W P S to take a fellow off while down there the Cincinnati last week Sowers shipped two to same place tender 1 bung corn does the work An old fellow strayed into The Climax Mr S L Baker the breathing curi- Â¬ oftlce the other day looking forMr Cur- Â¬ osity is not gone with Robinsons circus tis Parrrish the high slteriff of tiie counas was reported Mr Baker is twenty Mr Parrish was sheriff during the eight years old weighs one hundred and ty war but the oW man doescnt take a pa- thirty pounds with teet smaller ttian the per and didnt know that Oldham Smith smallest man head larger than the largest Willis Deatherage Bales and seeral man and stands thirty seven inches high others had been elected since Mr Parrish held the office NEWS PARAGRAPHS Â¬ Â¬ -- Mens H4tH worth 200 now 1 50 Kuchlng Mens Hats wortli S250 now 200 hospitality the home of Mr and Mrs Jas Bicknell Mens Hats wortli 325 now 2 50 Ituchlug Jtesolved That the warmest sympa Â¬ The XV C T U are holding their regular meetings at their summer quarters thy of this fraternity be extended to the bereaved family asking for them at the Glade church the choicest blessings of Him who Mrs Gray of Pittsburg Penn has lovelh and careth fur the widow aud come to spend a few weeks with her the orphan motive r Mrs Harvey Milton Elijott That you can go to his store and buy MORE GOODS WITH A DOLLAR THAN YOU CAN AT ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY FOR TWO We have only given A J Stapp Com Mrs Van Winkle wife of J XV Van you a lew sample prices which will give you a fair idea of this Great Upheaval J J M Smith Winkle died on Friday night last after a long and painful illness DIED- Boston Roberson is erecting a new and roomy building near his bouse which he JmJU JLm ttaox bs THE PRICES OF CARPETS 1 Miss Martha Smith the invalid will utilize as a work shop died in this place last week Tiie maple sugar party gh en by Prof SE Hlgginsdied in Kirksville Ky As also everything else in the in the house Dont he misled in the belief that you can do as well ot other houses YOU CANT DOIT We have the stock at the prices and Mrs Dodge has been pronounced on Tuesday May 14th 18S9 of tumor No such trash in our stock and we have only FIRST CLASS GOODS in every respect at prices that you have to pay for the sweetest thing of the season Inter- Â¬ of the stomach aged 70 years Miss Allie Peck a former teacher in ment iu the Lancaster cemetery the the College is the guest of Mrs Fee with following day wIhoti she will spend several weeks Mr Leslie Taylor formerly a stu- Â¬ which mean less money for good eoods than you have to pay for trash We will once more say if there is anything you want in DRY GOODS Dr G V Holland came here for a dent ot the State College and who lias But at UPHEAVAL PRICES CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES HATS CARPETS or anything that you can wear come to us and reap the benefit of this GREAT UPHEAVAL PRICE SALE short isit but had a light stroke of paral- Â¬ many friends and acquaintances iu near ysis which has detained him bejond his this city died of pneumonia M53rB intentions The stroke was ery light Richmond Ky a few days ago The uf ftu tyjMgffy y 7 tl JTVi and he is already on his feet again and news of his death will be received with much regret Lexington Press hopes for complete recovery 25 cents now 15 cents wortli 30 cents now 20 cente worth 40 cente now 25 cents Ruching worth Ruchiug wortli cents now 10 cents per yard Mens Ham worth 150 now 100 per yard per yard per yard STRENGS GREAT UPHEAVAL PRICES MEAN obi JL iri XXLJX L rJL E3 hand-me-dow- STOTHIHG BUT WHAT IS THE BEST AND HRST CLASS IS EEPT ET OUE STOUE Deafness Cant Bo Cnrcd wouldnt work XA1SN Here is a poetic idea advanced by a genius near Richmond and intended for tbe State Medical Society but did not get in for last weeks issue Throw ph sic to the dogs cast drugs away they cannot balance healths nice scales in man Give but to honest nature ample play and aid her if you can but aid her with pure water Whether tbe author is a water cure or only a temperance man is not known A prominent Squire came to town dur- Â¬ ing the medical society meeting and hap Â¬ pened into the Court House just as the doctors were closing a discussion on gun Â¬ shot wounds in which one doctor spoke at length of shooting dogs and curing them by way of experiment The Squire heard the last part of the sentence and supposing they were discussing the sick Â¬ ness of dogs took one of the visiting doc- Â¬ tors aside and said fee here I wish you would take up tiie subject of hog cholera mine are djing mighty bad Bishop the niiud reader is deud Paris is to have a 20000 school build- Â¬ ing Relatives of twenty three miners who were killed iu au explosion iu the mines ui iSevada Mo MarcU JJ lfaSS have brougut suit for 10000 eguiusi the compauy By local application as tbey can not reach the diseased portion of the ear There is only one way to cure deafness and that Is by constitutional remedies Deafuess is caused by an inflamed con- Â¬ dition of the mucus lining of the Eustachian Tube When this tube gets inflamed you have a rumbling sound or imperfect hearing and when SSBDLES 1KB it is entirely closed deafness is tbe re-Â¬ sult and unless the inflamation can be taken out and this tube restored to its CO conWC GORMLEY normal condition hearing will be de- Â¬ tinue in their elegant house cor- Â¬ stroyed foreyer nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh which la noth ner of Main and Second Streets ingbutan inflamed condition of the Richmond Ky formerly occupied by P Herndon as a drug store mucus surfaces We will giye One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness caused by Catarrh that we can not cure by tak Â¬ ing Halls Catarrh Cure Send MADE TO ORDER of the best Send for circulars free materials and by the best work- Â¬ F HO W STRENG 1KJlT2T STREET RIOHIIMIOIISriD 6R5H r1 1a tl Â¬ ZKTZ GORMLEY BMiSS WE HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK J mm ana Harness o1 To Be Found in This City AT VERY BS J CHEMEY COUNTY SUNDAY SCHOOL VENTION CON- Â¬ FAHar Ctimaxz The feeling lias been expressed that tltere ewfiht to be a fuller account of the Madfeon County Sunday School Union at Bybeetown May 4th Everything teemed to favur the con Â¬ vention and combine to promote its Mieoess The roads were fuhstatitialiy wttied so that people might come from different parts of the county The weather was of the very finest Near Â¬ ly every precinct of the oouuty was rep resented some by large delegations The people of Eliistou precinct were eiiilwsiastie and turned out in euoh numbers as to till the commodious chureh to ovnJkwing A basket din Â¬ ner upon the ground provided for the wants of all aud obviated the neces sity of aHy tedious delay between the forenoon and afternoon cessions All denominations co operated and nearly all were represented on tbe program The etmreh at B beetown and its pas Â¬ tor Kev F G rider had all local ar Â¬ rangements luade The order was per- Â¬ fect the aUeBtfon to the exercises marked and the interest sustained throughout Tiie eiugiug led by tbe local choir with Mies Laura Jarvie of Garrard county at the organ was an enjnyaMe feature of the occasion The Pre Ment of the Uahm Mr Jas Ben Â¬ nett of Richmond presided aud Mr T EL Baldwin acted as Secretary The address of greeting by the Pres ident was condensed and forcible em phasizing the union character of the cirgaaizAtion audita influence in bring Â¬ ing christians into more cordial rela- Â¬ tions Rev Wm Crow delivered a very able address on The Model Sunday School setting fortb the qual Â¬ various officers and ifications of and for tbe conduct setting a b the vtinuiw exercises Elder M Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Tbe jtrand Jury at Indianapolis lias returned indictments against Assessor Â¬ Quill aud bis chief deputy Charles Ty- Â¬ ler Tbey are charged with conspir- Â¬ acy grand larceny aud presenting false Siuce the White Caps have notified claims for payment Both men were Fancy Bridles Trace Chains the Illinois Dutchman who claims to arrested and released on 5000 bail Hame Strings and everything vamoose be Jesus Christ that he must Prof E H Piatt a New York riding tbe iueurauce companies have can teacher and John Allen a hotel pro- Â¬ else belonging to a complete Sad- Â¬ A celled tbe policies 011 Heaven tbe prietor yesterday started on a horse- Â¬ dlery and Harness Shop specialty of name of his home back trip ocross the continent Track Harness Light Road Four car loads of beer were confiscat- Â¬ ed at Burlington la yesterday under Gormley made the harness with Attention Fanners the prohibitory law It is taid that which Susie S won her great Bufwisb to say to the farmers who own I the consignees will sue for damages falo race and also that with which tbe Deeriug Harvesting Biuder that claiming that the seizure was in viola- Â¬ Bell Vara raised herself from 2 they will not have to pay any more tion of interstate commerce rights 500 to 5000 or their twine than they have paid Co manufacheretofore Deering The death warraut of Wiiliam Kem ALL WORK WARRANTED ture their own twine Mid are independ Â¬ meler the first man sentenced to die 41 40 ent of Miiy tru t that may exist I by electricity In New York has been have placed my order for a car load signed by Guv Hill Kemmeler is to and will be prepared to furnish all my be executed iu Auburu prison some CHAS S POWELL J SPEED SMITH customers Call aud tee me n xt door time between tbe 24tu and 30th or to post ofllee P M Pope Juue Â¬ A committee representing tbe Graud Army of tbe Republic called ou the Preaideut aud presented resolutions urging the preferment of veterans of the late w ar for office uuder the Uov erumeut ESold Toledo Ohio by Druggists 75c 46 50 men Cooling Blankets Horse Boots Spurs Stirrups Toe Weights Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridles Surcingles Gold and Silver Buckles Harness Oils Harness Soaps Horse Brushes Scrapers Curry Combs Riding and Driving Bits EASONABLE PRICES iufnwiJ Ta to inaaa ml 111111I tiadU JLJI wlim OW msm Richmond Ky April 24 1888 LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST Persons desirous of obtaining life Insurance at actual cotit should write for circulars to Â¬ COVINGTON INSURANCE FIRE LIGHTNING and JL 3 MITCHELL BBBBEB BlBKH JSS3 mMHWI West XVXain Street 48 40 mon Hlrech of Oregou to be Minister of the United States to Turkey Clark Jakes M Hendren E Carr of Illinois to be Minister aud Sold by W U Willie Prescription Consul General to Denmark Henry 49 eow Druggist Richmond Ky XV Sevrauce of California to be Con Â¬ sul General to Honolulu John Jarrett Tiie Lexington Pres says that a let- Â¬ Â¬ ter has been received there stating of Pennsylvania to be Consul at Bir mingham Thomas H Sertnan of tbe that the girl to whom OBrien the murderer of Bettie Shea was engaged District of Columbia to be Consul at to marry in Indiana commmitted Liverpool fiulclde by polsoti It Cared Lriguts Disease Speedwell Ky May 4 18S9 This is to certify that 1 had Brights Disease or something very much like it and was iu very feeble health This was in the year of 1S87 I used one dozen bottles of Smiths Kidney Tonic and I am now in better health than I have been for year be restoring and not debilitatiug in their actiou The wonderful strength Â¬ ening and curative effects realized from tbe Qse of Ayera Sarsaparllla sustains the reputation of this remedy as the most populur blood purifier In chronic diseases medicine should Kft SMITH POWELL The President has appointed Solo Â¬ Qmmt The Chief Beaten tor the great KUO cess ot Hoods Sarsaparllla Is found In the article Itself It Is merit that wins and the tact that Hoods SrsapariOa actually ac complishes what Is claimed for it it what has given to thU medicine a popularity and sale greater than that ot any other sarsapa- 1 VI CI I YVIllOflerbeiorethopobllc ajew daya ago g 11 If tbe liver and kidneys are sluggish it Spokane defeated Proctor Knott for and Inactive Hoods Sarsaparllla will tbe Clark stake Jewell Ban wpn tbe arouse them to prompt and regular fiction Take it now It LouuvlUe Fillies stake Hoods SarcapriUa cures Scrofula Bait Sheum and all Humon Dyspepsia Sick fleadache Biliousness OTercoaes That Tired Feeling creates an Appetite ctreogth ens the Nerres builds up the Whole System XIod SnnapoilUa is soldbyalldruj gistk lslxtor5 Prepared by C I Hoed 6 Co Apothecaries LoneU Hats 29 23 TORNADO New York This society claims that for six years the cost to a member of middle age has Seven Sulendid Companies been Less than Twelve Dollars a - riiilatlelphia In- Â¬ North America represent ten or the strongest Year for each thousand dollars of We - - Massachusetts Springfield 30Fire Insurance Companies iu the surance Germania - - - New York world we represent the company that Connecticut - - - Hartford largest capital the largest pxid has the up capital the largest assets the 01115 Niasara - - - - New York company that pays its losses without - - - - Cincinnati Amazon agree In its discount aud does not Pennsylvania - - Philadelphia you wait sixty days policy to make Co S W Cor 7th after a lire to get your money We XV E Grinstead ROOK BOTTOM RATES write at the lowest rates given by any Maiti 8ta Lovisville Ky company then Our Mr D T Chestnut will be in Office at Farmers National Bank day not Insure in the Best Richmondon every county court their Call and see ns before placiug county merchants at Will call XV E GRINSTEAD CO your insurance Our companies are backed by over stores 35 42000000 capital and over 125000000 BURNAM HUME assets It will be too late after you are burced out Call and see ua before you you want a Handsome Parlor Oult N B Milling property and If insure elsewhere Our rates aud terms go to the Furniture Palace of Collins country stores a Epecialty are the best 44 1 Hagan 32 31 29 23 SMITH PQ WELL fire luraee Secukity Mdtuai Benefit Society 233 Broadway Why 10 For Mares to In Â¬ sure a Living Col L Clinton is 16 hands and one inch high fine bone and substance jet black mealy nose and makes a gnuid appearance Bred by John XV Allison of Uourbon county foaled May 24th iSSz got by Longfellow 1st dam by Peacock 2nd Tbe above horso will make the sensou dam by Lord Wellington 3rd dam by or 18b9 at Mahleaof Phillips Death Leviathan 4th dam by Mountain Leader erajte at Fair GrcmodsRlchmotid Ky at Forty Dollars to Insure a Liv Â¬ 1stLongfellow was got by Long Madison dam by imp Royal Duke snd dam by ing Colt Mohawk Apply to Phillips Deatherage county say he Richmond Ky or to us ut Silver is Jack men throughout the State the best bred jack in the Creek Ky Will graze mares and jennets at the 40 52 T 8- - nURNAM fc CO rate of 10 cents per day WS HUME COKy Silver Creek 39 51 TII03IAS B ATRES STANDARD RECORD 2 34J Will maVe the present season at Silver Brother to Yuba 24J by Harold Creek Distillery at 25 For Jennets and 1st dam J3kJk OO CL22TTON THE CELEBRATED JACK Yolande by Belmont 2nd dam Young Portia by Mambrino Chief 3rd dim Portia by Roebuck pacer Ill dam by Whip thorriughbred Real Estate and General J W CREED D D S Collecting Agency KIRKSVILLE KY Special attention paid to ijj rae Office al Fiuucll Residence 3 and exchange of Real Estte aril to the Everything tjua pertalniHg- - to the collection of all kinds of account 17 46 47 profession 5 -- WP yitoW VfB wwwymx1r g hiW Mg dP4 W 1 Liriitiiinr Casualties Destruction by lightning during the WEDNESDAY MAY sa 18S9 torm in the early part of last week was more than ordinarily general On the farm of Mr Robert Boggs near Red Fine rains Monday House a mare and colt were killed in an open field not near any object A BrcdclK concert Friday night chim ney of the residence of Mr Harvey Cobb The street sprinMer does not trot itself also near Red House was struck several out with any great speed oncKs were knocked from the top and all Mr T B Ayres has added real estate the soot blown out clear down to th fi place but no further damage was done See card to his collecting agency Four horses and mules were killed on the A correct time table of Uie K C Rail Â¬ farm of Squire John McCord near Elktn road will be found in another colum on the K C in Clark county A lady was killed at Horse Cave a barn was There were only two votes against the struck and burned in Bourbon county iriter worVs proportion in Georgetown and minor catastrophes are reported from i Thursday May 30th will be decoration various places ii Uy at College Hill Everybody invited Social Fetters A cold wave came this way yesterday Major Henry T Stanton has written It struck hardest about the Cow Creek another novel and the above is the title Many of his poems such as the Money Â¬ i Fallen and Jacob Bron Mr Dykes calls your attention to his less Man morning delivery of ice in another col Â¬ are known all round the world and ap- Â¬ preciated by people of literary tastes umn everywhere His prose seems destined Mr D R Forman offers five good va Â¬ ed to be as popular as his poems Major cant tots for sale publicly next Wednes Â¬ Stanton is a graceful and fascinating prose writer and there is a peculiar cheerfulness day See ad and vividness about his manner of relat- Â¬ The local wool market continues at 25 ing incidents cents One firm has bought near thirty Social Fetters or Within a Shadow thousand pounds is not a highly sensational or sentimental It reported that Associate Justice Mil Â¬ work but a book of plain facts not too Hope he will return to highly painted The scene is laid in Bal- Â¬ ler will resign timore but some of the characters come old home to live Richmond his from Virginia Tennessee and elsewhere George O Barnes will deliver a pay The substance of the plot is that a gen Â¬ lecture here at an early day to assist in tleman adopts a girl as a sister of his own paying for his home on Sanibel Island daughter and discovers that a villain has manipulated the papers of the deceased The administrators sale of Robert M father of the adopted girl so as to obtain Hagan deceased will take place on next the property Detectives a lover and Â¬ Tuesday week June 4th live stock prina lawyer and much other assistance jailed cipally the villain sent him to the penitentiary HI Messrs Wm Adams Son proprie Â¬ and recovered the property while every Â¬ body else in the crowd gets married tor of the monumental works Lexington The book was put on sale in Washing Â¬ hive an announcement in to days ton by the publisher W H Morrison on Climax Read it Saturday and by Monday evening 500 How did those thirty L C V people copies had been sold The volume is un Â¬ from Winchester get through Richmond usually well gotten up and goes at 25 to Irvine and back and nobody ever see cents em either comin or a gwinc The Druggists The President has decided not to make MessrsJ J Brooks and WGWhite an appointment of Internal Revenue Col- Â¬ who represented this corner of the vine Â¬ lector until the contending factious arrive at tome understanding among themselves yard at the Pharmaceutical Association report a prosperous meeting and fine A large party of young people went treatment at the hands of the Crab Or- Â¬ out on Saturday and explored Peytons chard Springs people An important cave They should have had Prof Will amendment of the State Pharmacy law Mortons map made of the cave several was framed and a committee on Legisla Â¬ tion was instituted to bring the matter Tears ago before the next Legislature with the view Election of officers for the Womans of strengthening the law The commit- Â¬ Christian Temperance Union of Kirks tee favored a national pharmacy law with ville Friday afternoon May 31st at 3 a uniform standard of examination They oclock Alt members earnestly request Â¬ recommend an interchangeable certificate ed to be present of registration In the election of officers Dr John L CorneKson has been dan Â¬ the following were chosen to serve for gerously sick for a week and once or the ensuing year President Edward twice all hope was well nigh gone but he C Pfingst Louisville First Vice Presi Brooks Richmond Ky Sec- Â¬ has been growing better for two days and dent ond Vice President W B McRobeits will now probably recover ip Stanford Ky Third Vice President C Miss Helen Browns reading was only M Edmunds Glasgow Junction Ky fairly attended owing to the rain She Recording Secretary J W Gale Frank rendered several dramatic and humorous fort Ky Corresponding Secretary E pieces and recited a number of poems W Lillard Lancaster Treasurer W Prof Hawes her Louisville teacher S Johnson Henderson Ky Executive should be proud of her Committee M J Peter Louisville R J Snyder Louisville W P Major Auctioneer Buh reports fair crowd at Ky Committee on Leg the sale of Robert Million deceased on Lawrenceburg R Constantine Louisville Tate Creek Saturdaj Horse stock sold islation E Frankfort Ky Oscar Dilly atfio toSs cows 31 to 35 hogs J R Averill Louisville bees S5 per hundred one jennet 105 The following nominations was sent to 150 a gum Household goods sold well the Governor from which to select the Large quantity of silverware bought by members to fill the annual vacancy in the the family R II Crea State Board of Pharmacy son Mayfield Ky W G White Rich- Â¬ Tlie Doctors Our exchanges are richly laden with mond Ky W S Johnson Henderson compliments paid the people of Richmond Ky E S Frick Covington Ky by the phj sicians who were here at the I vs The L C V The R X I Stale Medical Society Oh for space to The contest between the Richmond and re produce them the Winchester Railroads over the right of way through the Cow Creek gap came New Dry Goods Firm Mr J B Stoufier has bought an inter Â¬ up again before his Honor Judge Benton est in the Brink ley houte next to his in the Estill county court at Irvine on clothing house on First Street and with Monday V thirty The clans of the L C Mr Tomlinson forms the house to be kAown as The Palace They are both strong had gathered in great force from live experienced men and will make Winchester the night before Judge Billy Beckner as the right bower and Col things hum Billy Hamilton of ML Sterling as the New School House left bower and as a yerker they regis- Â¬ We hear that the trustees of the public tered along with their names that of Mr school in Richmond think of levying a tax Douglas Green the New York banker of 35 cents on the hundred dollars in the and assigned him to room 32 when in district to build a new school house fact Mr Green was a thousand miles They have the power to do so and the away The case was opened at 9 oclock Mon- Â¬ amount realized would erect one about day and notwithstanding the case was size of Madison Female Institute the There wont be any kicking will there heard and argued a month before the L V People insisted on its being re- C Struck Oil Billy opened and the court granted it Waco is excited over a Sow of oil from Beckner Mr Robert Fluty and Mr Ban the well that is being sunk by the Waco ford White to say nothing of Col Ham- Â¬ Mining and Manufacturing Company It iltons personal explanation argued for was struck on Monday at a depth of the L C V while Senator Bennett thirty feet and just one week after work W H Lilly and Judge Richards argued was begun It is what is known as rock tor the R N I B From 9 oclock in oil a dark thick substance used for lu- Â¬ the morning to 6 ocIock in the evening bricating purposes The refined quality railroad lore poured into the ears of the is used for dressing woundf Boring will court in tremendous volumes The big continue as a stronger flow is expected at right bower made three speeches during no great distance below People continue the day and nearly bulged out the walls to visit the well in great numbers V piled up of the house The L C two thousand dollars on the Judges desk A Good Investment as an earnest ot their good intentions and Quite a number of town lots in Rodes Col Hamilton exhibited a cablegram stat Â¬ dale have already been sold The in Â¬ ing that their first mortgage bonds stallment plan has never been adopted in had been sold in the European markets this community before It is a good plan but the county clerks offices where the and we heartily commend it to our friends mortgages were recorded could not be It enables men of small means to pur- Â¬ designated Like the fellow who sheared chase lots and pay for them little at a the hog they made a heap of fuss but tunemoney that would otherwise be spent didnt get much wool for trifles with nothing to show for it at Judge Benton listened respectfully to all the end of the year Buy a lot on the the arguments and then delivered his installment plan then get money from the opinion as follows Gentlemen 3 ou all Building and Loan Corporation and build know how I stand in this matter person a house and you will soon have a home ally I have always been in favor of the paid for and will hardly miss the money Winchester road and against the Richmond ro3 but after careful investiga The ISredelli Concert tion I believe that the Ricnmond road The revised list of ladies and gentlemen makes the better showing of the two and who will take part in the concert Friday therefore decide in its favor night is eiven below Their talent is I No appeal was taken well known and an evening of delightful Miss Jesica entertainment is assurrcd It Is a Curious Fact Campbell Mrs ThosS Moberley Misses MinnieSmith BeTtie Arnold Delia Ram Â¬ That the body is now more susceptible sey Jennie McDowell Mary Pattie Jen- Â¬ to benefit from medicine than at any nie CrowrMaltie McDowell Mary Kyle other season Hence the importance Annie Frazee Julia Higgins Maggie of taking Hoods Bareaparllla now when it will do the most good It is Wilmore Bettie Smith Sudie Russel Â¬ Mrs Louis Schlegel Col Thos S Mob Â¬ really wonderful for purifying and enThomas Arnold Ed Pal Â¬ riching the blood creating au appetite erley Messrs mer Frank Adair Malcolm Lackey Lon and giving a healthy tune to the whole Be sure to get Hoods Sarsu Smith Will Arnold D M Sweets and a system parllla which Is peculiar to Itself full chorus Â¬ THE CLIMAX A DAY LVTHE RICHMOND CEMETERY Researches and Observations in Onr Bean tifulCitjoftheDcad The Seventeen Year Locusts That exceedingly peculiar it and called the st now-you-s- animal seventeen-year-locuis here again They come regularly every sev Â¬ enteen years but in greatly variable num Â¬ bers In 1S55 they were thick as sand at Waco but in 1873 were not abundant The first ones appeared last week and by Friday were decidedly noticeable They renot particularly harmful their only taatcnal damage being to the twigs of trees and into which they bore Take a good look at them so that you may be b e to recognize them again in the year 9oo It is possible that they will make ttirags hum within the next few weeks Ietwtse they are hummer themselves From remotest time to this day all peo pie in every age have devoted time and money to the preservation of their dead The Pyramids of Egypt the Catacombs of Rome and various tombs mentioned in the scripture bear witness to this state Â¬ ment The pre historic mounds of our own country and the birch bark canoes bf the Northwestern Indians bearing their dead upon the boughs of their sacred groves show that theinhabitants even of savage lands have due reverence for their dead The burying ground and the church from the beginning of churchescame hand in hand down the long line of our fore Â¬ fathers till a recent period when the ceme tery became a separate and distinct insti- Â¬ tution Richmond had a bUrJring--groundating back almost a century liut it was small and inaccessible so the people in 1848 through the late Senator John Speed Smith secured a charter incorporating a board of trustees with perpetual success Â¬ ion for a cemetery Nothing more was done for a time but in 1849 cholera swept away many people and caused renewed interest in the subject From time to time private subsbriptions were taken until Soo had been accumulated In 1852 the charter was amended allowing a vote for a tax of iooo upon the people of Richmond to be taken The election was held the proposition carried and finally the money was collected In 1S56 the trustees composed of Wil- Â¬ liam Rodes T I Gordon William Hollo way Wm H Caperton Daniel Breck James B Walker and Curtis F Burnam bought of Joel Walker eighteen acres of land atiOo per acre It was a part of the Col Humphrey Jones tract On the 31st day of May 1856 thirty- three years ago in this month the ceme Â¬ tery was dedicated Rev E Forman opened the services with prayer and Hon Curtis F Burnam delivered the address The Masons Odd Fellows Sons of Temperance and Fire Department joined in the parade and Gen John Miller was marshal of the day Maj Burnam dwelt upon the necessity of a cemetery saying that our people were of such a migratory nature and there being no law for perpet- Â¬ uity of landed estates consequently there could never be in this country those fine old ancestral homes descending from one generation to another His words were prophetic It was remarked by many that the grounds were unnecessarily large but three or four years ago ten acres were added from the same old Walker Jones tract but this time at 500 per acre Mrs Jane Todd Breck wife ot Judge Daniel Breck was buried on the day of the dedication having died the day before From that one interment a third of a cen- Â¬ tury ago the number has grown to twelve hundred and sixty which we counted on last Thursday and we arc assured that two or three hundred graves have been lost to sight The addition mentioned above contains thirty eight graves The cemetery is divided into many sec- Â¬ tions by numerous winding drives and the older part is filled with trees and shrubbery It is the most beautiful and the costliest cemetery in Kentucky save those of Lex- Â¬ ington We Frankfort and Louisville are told by competent authority that more than two hundred thousand dollars have been expended in monumental work alone Upon entering the grounds the visitor is confronted by a sentinel with gun in hand Captain James Estill the pioneer and hero of Little Mountain This life size statue stands on a monument twelve or fourteen feet high and in his frontier garb is a fit introduction to the cemetery The Estill statue was carved by H C Krell then of this place at a cost of tooo independent of the monument Hard by is a brown stone shaft prob Â¬ ably twenty seven feet high erected to the memory of John Miller who built the first house and founded Richmond In the court records he is styled the Pro- Â¬ prietor of Richmond In statuary the grounds are peculiarly rich A little beyond the Estill statue is seen a life size statue on the monument of Sallie Rodes Tutt and near this is a some- Â¬ what smaller one on the tomb of Helen Bennett A little way and to the left is the life size female figure leaning upon a massive cross over the grave of the Hon R E Little A few steps further and five life size female figures on marble obe- Â¬ lisks are found in the Hervey Chenault lot These were imported from Italy at a cost of about 2500 Hard by is an- Â¬ other imported and life size figure on the monument of Owen W Walker Turn- Â¬ ing west the life size statue of Charlie Chrisman stands by the side of an ideal imported figure over the grave of his sis ter It was carved in Richmond at a cost of 600 Curving towards the beginning point two life size figures representing J F Miller and wife stand on the frustrum A little distance and an- Â¬ of an obelisk other imported female figure is found at the grave of Miss Bessie Irvine In the canopy of the Clay monument is a dimin utive statue while located at various points through the cemetery are exquisite little statues to the memory of various children including those of B B Million the late George T Shackelford W M Irvine the late Cyrus Turner C D Chenault J S Walker John W Ballard the late Idee Smith J P Simmons Jr and the late Thomas Hood In the can- Â¬ opy of the Willie Field tomb there is a statue and likewise in that of Mrs L E Francis Vases seem not to have been in favor as there are only two or three of conse- Â¬ quence In the lots of Green Clay Jr and William M Irvine two costly marble vases perhaps 30 inches high are found Urns appear from the beginning and are found in many positions from the tops of tall monuments to a place alone on the ground The finest specimens are those on the Burnam Field and the Joseph Jones monuments Crosses are not numerous though some rich specimens are present The finest are those of Thomas G Parrish Dr James Baker Mrs R B Terrill Mrs F B Crooke Mrs T P Embry and that of R E Little above mentioned also on the tomb of Jeptha Chenault and on the Mc Williams monument Arches have not been more popular than crosses as there are not more than half a dozen There is one in the Field lot and one in the Walters The largest is that of Harry Moore of Irvine while the lots of G M Ross W A Anderson George Elmore a merchant at and H and Alma Rogers furnish nice Caseyvllle Ky was shot and killed specimens at that place by Robert Y Thomas Bas reliefs continue prominent among editor of the Caseyville Herald after the specimens of fancy work The most lite latter had been wounded in the leg important are those of Miss Lucy Collins by Elmore The killing grew out of and Miss Nannie Stone a double tomb publications reflecting on Elmores with flight of angels Pauline Clay Field character Charlotte Field Mary Blythe Mrs Mary Franklin M E Faris lot Main and Armerst The corner Several exquisite canopies should be to be sold by D R Forman Wednes Breck Mrs very last vacant one in noted Mrs Martha Rodes day 29th Is Hie Leila Bush Tevis and E P Bowman Kichmond and oGers a good spec to The richest designs It those of C I Field andof rustic Cwork are the purchaser Hagan James The General store of JE H Scott of The monument of Lemuel Bennett is an Wilmore Jessamine co wa bumed artificial tree ten or twelve feet high with last week Loss about 7000 Insur Â¬ top and branches cut off It is of marble We would be glad to mention the sev ance 5400 Â¬ d Â¬ JJ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ eral hundred simple head stones that are found everywhere about the grounds but that would make our article entirely too voluminous We should say that the largest and among the plainest in the en- tire collection are those of Nathan Moran and wife being six feet high and one foot thick The monuments arc numerous and ex pensive A glance at them reveals the disfavor into which Italian marble is fast growing ahd the popularity into which both foreign and home granites are com Â¬ ing Within the past several years only one marble monument has been erected that to the memory of Cary Hawkins and is an elegant piece of work but is so massive that it will stand the ravages of time belter than lighter works One of the handsomest marble monuments in the grounds recently bore such marks of dis integration that it has been painted with two heavy coats of white lead and oil The latest monument erected is that to the memory of Joseph Jones of Foxtown It is a triple base granite with canopy of Doric columns enclosing a square pillar of granite surmounted by an urn the whole unusually massive and finely polished The Samuel Bennett monu- Â¬ ment is of Barre gray granite recently erected and is the largest in the cemetery It is an obelisk resting on a triple base with die and cap It is six feet six inches at the base and thirty feet high costing There are five other elegant gray 2000 granite obelUks near twenty four feet high those of Durrett and William H White Dr A B Lyman Caldwell Campbell Wm S Hume and William Gibson all of recent erection The tombs of S P Walters and Joel Walker are of gray granite and are of that class called by monumental builders the sarcophagus being low broad and massive but not containing the body of the person as the name would indicate Somewhat smaller than the obelisks mentioned above are those of Jonathan P Estill J W Francis and William Deatheragc The cenotaph of Sanford McBrayer removed to this place from Harrodsburg is a fine speci men of the red granite obelisk with mirror-like polish Mr McBrayer was lost in a burning steamer at La Crosse in Slightly less but the same style 1S70 and material is the James Hagan monument That of J P Simmons Sr is red granite but is nearer a column than an obelisk The monuments of A M White and Gibbs and McWilliams about closes the list of granites The Alexander Tribble monument which is now nearing completion under the supervision of Mr W F Francis is to be of Barre granite and the largest granite monument in Kentucky Like the Bennett it will be a triple base ioxo feet with die and cap 15 feet high sur- Â¬ mounted by a 25 foot monolith weighing 47000 pounds making the monument a total of 40 feet and to cost 5000 The array of marble monuments excels that of the granite in numbers and orna- Â¬ mentation The largest and costliest are those of C M Clay William Chenault Sr J A Duncan R J White Wil Â¬ liam M Irvine and Squire Turner They are near twenty five feet high and the av Â¬ erage cost was about 3000 Th general outline is that of an obelisk but they have been carved into sundry minarets and spires the whole profusely ornamented The Burnam FielJ monument ranks nearly with these The marble columns of Owen W Walker Joseph Gardner of Irvine and James M Shackelford are lit- Â¬ tle less in size but equally as elaborate in finish while the monuments of John Speed Smith and T S Bronston Sr are nearly as large but slightly plainer Equally as large but much plainer are the marble obelisks of Judge Daniel Breck Dr T S Miller Judge Moberlcy General John B Walker William Goodloe James Abner Oldham Samuel Phelps Joseph Turner James B Miller William E Walker Durrett White Caleb Stone Runyon and Michael Farris The Clay monument was originally erected in Lex- Â¬ ington by C M and Brutus J Clay Mat CJohnson and Wm Cassius Goodloe at a cost of 5000 Gen Clay bought out the others and had it removed to Rich- Â¬ mond Smaller than any of the shafts and col- Â¬ umns named is a marble class from ten to fifteen feet high Claiborne and R X White obelisk with quantity of drapery McWilliams with cross and anchor Dr E R McCreery and George P Death erage There is a large class of fine work not of the column or shaft pattern yet larger and more pretentious than the ordinary head stone Such are the tombs of John B Parkes James Hagan Jr Jeptha Chenault James Jones Samuel Lackey J W Parkes Daniel Bates Mrs Mary Shackelford C I Field James N Crutch er Ida Bennett three miniature obelisks of Maj Thomas Howard Martin Gen try J A Moran E P Bowman Henry B Walters James Walters Thomas Hood W T Tevis Mrs Paulina Smith Jesse Embry Jane Reese TTiomas B Collins Lucy Collins and Nannie Stone Wainscott II D Milter James Watts Waller and Miller Chenault Charlie Watts Thomas R Hume and Solomon Smith Besides the Estill and McBrayer ceno- Â¬ taphs above mentioned we recall two who was others James H Bennett buried in California and Captain Chris- Â¬ topher Irvine who was killed at Fort Meigs in 18 13 Of the old time chest looking tombs the cemetery contains only one and that in a dilapidated condition The epitaph dis- Â¬ closes the name of Simeon Broaddus born in 1803 died in 1846 Of the old time slab lying fiat on the ground there are but three William Kcrley and wife and Mrs E Forman An inscription on the Clay monument relates that Mrs Sallie Clay wife of Gen Green Clay died in She is probably the 1S67 aged 91 years oldest person buried in the cemetery On the Runyon Farris monument it is recorded that Michael Farris was born in His birth and 1749 and died in 1799 death probably date farther back than any other in the cemetery A diminutive brown stone obelisk jiot more than five feet high standing alone bears this leg Thomas Majors born 12th day of end March 1769 a soldier of the Revolution died 2 1 st of April 1857 buried with the His so far as we know honors of war is the only grave of a Revolutionary hero that can now be found in the county A dark stone obelisk with iron railing has Andre Barthe this brief inscription This mon- Â¬ born in Francedied in 1843 ument was originally erected near the The monu First Presbyterian church ment of Gen John Miller was erected be- Â¬ fore the war and during the day of the battle August 30th 62 the day on which Gen Miller was mortally wounded his monument wag struck by a bullet and the mark is plain to this day It U gratifying to notice that the ten dency is toward discarding the high iron fences and stone curbings around family lots Of the former only two exist those around the Fiejd and Holloway and James B Walker lots The handsomest and most extensive curbing is around the Tutt Bennett lot The Walters O W Walker Duncan White Webster and Irvine lots have massive stone curbings hiie those of John Speed Smith J P Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Simmons B B Million and Lloyd Bor Â¬ ders have somewhat lighter curbings Human nature is conspicious in a cem Â¬ etery as well as out of it- - A man of prominence may have a dozen words in his epitaph wliie another ot comparative obscurity sets forth a small volume A towering monument marks the resting place of a comparatively unknown man while a prominent citizens grave may hot be marked at all When Thomas Jefferson dictated his epitaph he care fully avoided any reference to his having been President of the United States but mentioned that he was author of the Dec- Â¬ laration of Independence of the law abol ishing primogeniture and the father of the University of Virginia During the war the record book of the cemetery company was lost At a meet Â¬ ing in 1863 Messrs Rodes Holloway Breck Gordon and Burnam were present and at a subsequent meeting Mr Wm Jason Walker At an election in 1S66 these gentlemen were re elected and Col David Irvine and Maj Wm Harris were added In 1877 C H Breck C F Bur- Â¬ nam John D Harris C R Estill W Jason Walker and Wm S Hume were elected Col Rodes having died Judge Breck was elected President The next year Mr John W Crooke and Col J W Caperton were added to the trustees arid the following year Ex Mayor Green leaf was added In 18S4 C F Burnam C R Estill J W Crooke J W Caper- Â¬ ton J E Grecnleaf J D Harris and H A Moran were elected trustees and Maj Burnam made President The board re- Â¬ mains the same except the vacancy by the death of Mr Moran Thus the ceme Â¬ tery company has had but three Presidents in a third of a century PALACE DRY GOODS STORE We have just opened the largest and most desirable line of JDTtlZr GOODS IsTOTIOZLsTS IETO- - Ever opened in Kichmond which we are going to sell at prices unheard of before Ladies are especially invited to call and inspect our goods WE HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK We have the Newest and Latest Styles and Patterns and also the Lowest Prices We have a large line of Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes go at what they will bring also Mens and Boys Boots and Shoes that must We have a Large Line of Clothing which we have no room for and we shall let it go at your own price and hear prices for the goods on it and they will surprise you SEE OUR 49- - airBHSA IF TIEailE TABLE Hat at one half cost at Call and get you a The Bredeili Operatic Concert will take place May 24th Jat Court House NO 9 FIItST STREET NEXT TO STOUFFERS CXOTH1XG HOUSE BANK REPORTS of the condition of tho Tlrtt Banli nt Richmond In tho Htateot Keniucuy ul the close ot business PALACE The Harvest Will be here In a few days and if you Mrs Louis Shelton of Lexington visitwant to get through without any ed friends here last week trouble vexation and delay go at once Mr L P Sanders returned Saturday to P M Pope and purchase au All from a business trip to Cincinnati Steel Deeriug Binder You will not Mr Minor Hisle of Clark county is only be happy but your wife will be happy your daughters will be happy visiting his cousin Mr Willis Hisle aud you will come to town and thank Mr and Mrs S V Rowland are visit us for selling you the Best Machine in ing their daughter Mrs S B White the world as hundred other farmers 48 49 Mr T P Dudley son of Thomas P have doue Dudley will graduate at Georgetown ColA Uoon to Wives lege in June Having used Mothers Friend I Mrs Jno S Park of Fort Smith Ark would not be without it It is a boon is visiting the family of her father Mr to wives who know they must pass W B Smith through the painful ordeal of child- Â¬ Mr and Mrs E RNorrisof St Louis birth Mrs C and Mr Levi Rodes of Lexington visit- Â¬ Melbourne Iowa ed Dr and Mrs Frazee last week Write Brad field Beguiatcr Company 46 50 Atlanta Ga Miss Sallie daughter of Mr Elihu Dillingham of Platte City Mo is visit Â¬ Road burses trotters and runners ing her uncle Mr H B Dillingham shod in any manuer desired I have Miss Katie Phelps is in Cincinnati just received au extra lot of four year where she attended the annual re union old second growth timber for repairing of the Bartholomew Alumns Association all kinds of wagons Ail work guar- Â¬ on Saturday last anteed at the very lowest prices Shop Demorests Monthly announces that back of Brookss drug store Respectfully Miss Laura R White of Manchester 8febly S L M1DKIFF who graduated at Science Hill Academy Ann Arbor University The Polytechnic Oovenor McCreary Pride ot Rich Â¬ Institute of Boston and studied in Europe mond Old Gold ind Bluegrass Belle is now practicing her profession that of Hour nt Bonanza Roller Mills architecture at Ashland Ky 41- Soj Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PERSONAL REPORT May 13th ItStf RODESDALB Twenty Six Lots RESOURCES LOTS Lonns and Discounts f 3SS28S 61 THE RODESDALE ADDITION 13 NOW ON THE MARKET 6891 ST Overdrafts- NONE WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE O0UO0O U 8 Bonds to secure circulation ELSE NEED APPLY 6716 88 Other stocks bouJs and mortgage Dae from approved reserve agents 140 74 Due from other National Banks 1015 82 Due from State Banks and bankers Real estate furniture nnd flitnres 85090 63 expenses and taxes paid Current 1100 00 Premiums paid 2000 00 Bills of other Banks Fractional paper currency nickels 6 61 nnd cents 7C0 00 specie Twenty Five Dollars cash balance ia install Â¬ Legal Tender Notes 2000 00 Will be sold on following terms Redemption fund with UK Treas Â¬ ments of 50 on Saturday of each week to be paid to Dr W G WhiteSecre urer o per cent of circulation 230 00 L Corporation who will receipt for the aaoMey tary of the Richmond B 3t 50ffl Feet No interest will be charged on the purchase money until after the expiration of 14 months from date of sale thereafter 6 per cent will be charged ott the pur Â¬ By this method parties can buy and pay for chase money remaining unpaid itaj uw 45000 00 a good lot at a smalt price on easy term without interest and free ot city tax 115366 0 10168 61 Any joung man in Richmond can buy one or more of these lots awl pay for it 80X3 5 In the very near future this property will be worth 10733 18 without feeling the burden much more than it is now selling at The city is rapidly extending ia that di- Â¬ Si9IM2 38 Totai For further Information call rection and will ultimately absorb Rodesdale STATE OK KENTUCKY o on W G White E W WiaaiNS or Stephen D Parkisii Richmond Ky Cocsty op Madison r 4S- I J E Greenleaf Cashier of the above named bank do solemnly wear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief J E Greexleaf Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before roe this 20th day of May 1SS Jso V Crooke Jr Notary Public LIABILITIES Capital stock paid In Surplus fund- undivided pronts National Bank notes outstanding Individual deposits subject to check Due to other National Banks- Due to State Banks nnd bankers Notes and bills re dlscounted A00O0O 60000 00 Total- - 2191082 38 BERKLEY GUTHRIE Correct Attest 11 i WATSON WM 51 IRVINE J WOAPEKTON 1 L WHITE Directors E Forman Persons wishing to Improve their ace memories or strengthen their power of attention should send to Prof Loiselte 1000 Reward 237 Fifth Avenue NY for his Pros Â¬ One thousand dollars will be paid to auy chemist who will find on analysis pectus Post free as advertised In an- Â¬ 37 49 ot 8 8 Swifts Specific one parti other Column 49- - Calicos at 4 cents and up at the Pal- of the Farmers REPORT of theomditlon Richmond in the Bank at Htnte of Kentucky May 13th ltsy Â¬ ut the close of business SECOND GRAND DISPLAY OF Foreign Dress Fabrics and High Novelties for Spring awl Summer Wear French Challies in Oriental and Hand Painted Designs Choice Shades in Henrietta Cloths with Iridescent and Persian Trimmings Â¬ Â¬ 8 The U I St L C Ry Kankakee Line with its connections makes the fastest time from Cincinnati to Council 22 03 -and In 1S73 I contracted blood poison Bluffs Omaha St Paul Minneapolis Specie cents- ettw 00 Redemption f and with U S Treas- most which boou developed into its 32 and the West aud North west 250 00 urer5perceutof circulation severest secondary form with blotches 1381819 TOTAL LADIES and ugly wires all over my body Needing a tonic or children that want bnlldlag LIABILITIES up should take which totally disabled me for more Capital - 130000 00 rmoiVKS IKON BITTERSIndiges Surplus stock paid lu 50000 00 fund than a year The doctors treated me cares Malaria It Is pleasant to take All dealers keep 8679 91 Undivided profits lu 450U0 09 without benefit The dis- Â¬ tion and Biliousness all the time National Bank notes outstanding Individual depoMtssabject to check 100305 90 ease steadily grew worse nnd worse 6193 77 Gasoline stoves in all sizes and at all Due to other National Bauks 1664 80 I was unable to work for more than a prices from the plainest to the finest at Due to State Banks and Bankers year finally was persuaded to take ToTAli J38113 U 45- Biieck Phelps Swifts Specific After taking seven STATE OF KENTUCKY County of Madison loo bottles I was sound and well and have Flour meal brau and snip stiitl at John Bennett Pres of the above named not had a symptom of the disease Bonanza Roller Mills Richmond Ken- Â¬ bank do solemnly swear that the above is true to the best of my knowsince This was sixteen yearn ago tucky ledge and E Forman Son statement belief Â¬ -I cle of mercury Iodide of potash any poisonous substance or RESOURCES JiSWtf 10 Loans nnd discounts 5750 16 Overdraftssecured and unsecured 0000 00 U S Bauds to secure circulation 400 00 Other stocks bonds and mortgages Due from approved reserve agents- - 7119 78 6791 OS Due from other National Banks Z OJ Dun from State Banks and bankers 5500 00 Real estate furniture and flxtu ei 1IM 41 Current expeutes aud taxes paid 196 79 j Checks and other cash Items 14 iu w mils 01 ouier nanus- Fractional paper currency nickel 1 PAHISNOVELTY DEESS STUFFS Brochet Stripe and Side Band Effects Mohair and Woolen Dress Goods in Endless Variety Brocade Silks The very best Black Silk ever made into a Dress Lupins Celebrated Henrietta Cloths Armure Drap de Alma Tamise and Whip Cords Lupins Plain and Striped Nuns Veiling and Mohair Draping iNets tnantilly laces and Grenadines WHITE GOODS BEPARTKIEEJT Dress Making in all of its Branches Â¬ Job Vaughn Forsyth Ga Jan 23 18S9 It Nicest line of Hosiery at the Palace Farmers Beware Tooth Cultivator un- Â¬ til you see the Albion For Sale Only By JOHN G TAYLOR Sole Agent for Mad- Â¬ ison County 41- JlrSWlRELOWS SoOXEUIO 8IBUP should alwsTi bo used when children are catting tettn It reÂ¬ lieves the little tuereratoace itpzodaeesnataral quiet sleep and the little chernbairakes as bright as a button It is Terr pleasant to taste It soothes the child softeas the gnnuallaTsaU pain regulates the bowels and is thotxstknoVn remedy or for diarrhoea whether arising from cents a bottle other causes Tweatj--nT- Adrlce to Mothers JOHN BENNETT Prest Subscribed arid sworn to before me llilslSlh day of May 18ts9 8 P Deatbebaoe Notary Public CoBREcr Attest C F BURNAM Dlrcctors THOS J SMITH J N JONES 5 BEEKLEY GUTHIE 45 52 W ATSOK -- ANNOUNCEMENTS Hew and Original Designs OF ARTISTIC Dont Buy a Spring 66 Tfco at Jack Freemans arc simply gant P M Fope is Terra Cotta SI1003 and Slippers ele Â¬ 45 - Officer William Doolin shot and Killed youg William Watsou at Wood stock having a booming trade on Refrigerators Water Coolers and Ice Cream Freezers since he moved in the large house next to post nfllce He sells those goods cheaper than you can 48 49 buy them anywhere else Â¬ TheCrowu of Virtue Operetta the Court House May 24th a If you Lave not tried any of our var- Â¬ Twelve yards Green Ticket Lonsdale ious brands of flour do so at once and 49- for 100 at the Palace be convinced that you can get as good flour at home and at as low prices as We have been using Gaolers Magic you can anywhere else Chicken Cholera Cure very tuccessfully 41- E Fobman Bon and have dispensed with all others food fine plumage No disease less XF TOUR HACK ACHES really Poultry Yards Gordonville Ky Sold Or you are all worn out debilitygood for nothing Try It lx general Brooks and warranted by Stockton juttjhis jmoirys mujf Rood appetite Bold yon a It will cureby all and cive in medicine dealers Have you been to the Palace Dry 49- Goods Store Pianos and Organs at your own price 44 1 Maiarial poisons contain the germs at Collins Hagans of dangerous diseases If these poisons Floor accumulate in the system Typhoid At the Bonanza Roller Mills you Bllliousuess Intermittent or Chill will And such choice brands of flour as Fever is sure to follow Ayers Ague Bluegrass Belle Old Gold Pride of is warrauted specific for malaria It and Governor McCreary Richmond It Lalors Cash Store is a regular Market House for Fresh Canned Corn Tomatoes Peas and all kinds of Green at Vegetables and Fruits 44 17 41- E Forman Son Mdlle Bredellis studio Is ringing with the voices for the Testimonial RESOURCES Co to Jact Freemans and see tho Operatic Concert tendered her by her Loans and discounts Terra Cotta Shoes ar1 Slippers for Overdrafts secured and unsecured 5133900 23 12127 69 pupils It Hlsces and Ohilircn 45- 6ojoo 00 U S Bonds to secure circulation TSflOO 00 U S Bonds to secure deposits Best French 8ateen3 22J cents at the 60 Dne The only single apron binder on the Due from aDDrovfid reserve azents 2L9G0 75 509 from other National Banks 49- Palace 18 Due and bankers market ia manufactured by Wulter A Ileal from State Banks and fixtures- - 2U 00 6000 Estate furniture Men of moderate means will find an Wood and for sale by 430 80 cirreut expenses and litxes paid U 00 Bills ot other Banks-opportunity to get a building lot at 45- Breck Phelps Fractional paper currency nickels cents 79 9 medium cost at D R Forraaua sale and B60CJ Go Grocer 29th It ieSU to Lalors Cash Store for 4417 Bpecletenuer notes- owu w Liegai Redemption fund with U S Treas urer 5 per cent of circulation 2J50 CO jgp Elegant line of Fans at the Palace - Go to the Furniture Palace in the ToTAl M3M63 39 D R Forman will eell five nice New Hotel for Furniture and Carpets LIABILITIES S2000GOCO Capital stock paid in building lots a week from today at 2 Cincinnati prices guaranteed 44 1 7SJXJ0 00 eurpins rami oclock Bee ad It Undivided profit 2152 52 National Bank notes outstandings 4500000 Individual deposits subject to check IKS 272 1000 Suits for 500 at the Palace deposits Remaining unclaimed in the Post United States S disbursing officers 67414 00 Deposits of U 7312 84 9445 90 The Supreme Court of tne United Offlce nt Richmond Ky week ending Due to other National Banks 1BSS0 61 Dne to State Banksand bankers Stales bas decided the Scott Chinese May 21st 1689 Notes and bills re dlsconuted 8125 00 Neil Chas Adams Francis exclusion act constitutional 634163 39 TOTAI Barnes Mis Tomie Potter J R Reynolds Martha STATE OF KENTUCKY 1H q Boots and Shoes at your own price at Border Will County ot Madison Sanders Brindle Glassco Lizzie 40- the Palace I C D Cbenaultr Cashier of the above Seweli Cha Holley Mary named bank do solemnly swear that the Shipder T I P Haggart Henry above statement ia trna to the best of my Six inches of Snow fell at Bismarck Jones Dovy knowledge end belief Shields J O Dakota last Tuesday C D CHENAULT Cashier Truin Wm Kink J D Lyttle Nora Subscribed and sworn to before me this Walkefr Mary Ann xui aay oi juayit Elegant line of dark aud light Chal Lvttle Leanora K Woodson Henry a P DEATUERAOE Notary Public Marshall Alex White W E 49- lies at the Palace Correct Attest White Mary Belle Mays J J H B DILLINGHAM 1 Henry Metcalf died In Lexington Miller Miss Lizzie J Directors o H CHENAULT Post Offlce hours from 6 a m to 7 v Friday night TSKOBERLEri X Moneyrder aud registered letter I Six spools of Clarks thread for 25 hours prompt T a st to 6 Lalor buya Country Produce Itaga 49- cents At tne Palace 44 17 J B WILLIS p it sad Iron FOR JAILER JOUN FWAGEItS Is a candidale for Jailer REPORT of the condition ot the Sooond nt Madison county subject to the action3--of Bonlf nt Richmond In the the Democratic party State nt Kentucky at the clone of business JAMES C LACKEY Is a candidate for May 13th 19 Jailer of Madlon county subject to the ac- Â¬ tion of the Democratic party RESOURCES BAMUEL BiarjERSTAFF is R candidate 386423 87 Loans nnd discounts the Overdrafts secured and unsecured- - 13731 05 for Jailer of Madison couutr subject to 3- 60000 00 action ot the Democratic party U B Bonds to seenre circulation 3777 72 Due from approved reserve agents S FERRELL is a candidate for THOMAS 319 IS Jailer of Madison county subject to the ac Due from other National Banks 275 93 Due from State banks aud bankers expenses and taxes paid 220 OS tion oi we Democratic party Current 3405 00 Bills or other Banks JOHN HILL Is a candldeate for Jailer of Fractional paper currency nickels Madison county subject to the action ot the 23 28 Democratic party and cents H240 50 Specie A J BROADDUS Is a candidate for Jailer 10000 00 Legal Tender Notes of Madison county subject to the action of iieuempuon luno witii u o treas- Â¬ 31- 2S0 00 the Democratic party urer 5 per cent of circulation Due from U S Treasurer other GEORUE W MAUPIN is a candidate for than 5 per cent redemption 10 00 Jailer of Madison county subject to the fund action ot the Democratic party 1S9976 SB Totai- FOR ASSESSOR LIABILITIES 1200000 00 Capital stock paid In A J WILLOUGHBV 1 a candidate for Surplus fnnd - 60X00 00 Aesossor of Madison county subject to 3-the 33l 83 action of the Democratic party Undivided Droflts National Bank notes outstanding 15000 00 a candidate for Assessor Individual deposits subject to check 1603 H 252 W J HARVEY is subject to the action -of 2050 of Madison county Due to other National Bauks 12120 00 the Democratic party Due to Stnte Banks and Bankers liCS0 03 Notes and bills re discounted a candidate for Assessor of CR TUDOR Is subject to the action or the UJ76 59 Madison county Total 13- Democratic party STATE OF KENTUCKY 1 courty of Madison f00 JOELT EMBRY lsacandldste for Assessor IJStone Walker Cashier of the above of Madison county subject to the action -of 14named bank do solemnly swear that the the Democratic party above statement Is trao to the best of my CONWAY DOZIER ia a candidate for knowledge aud belief Asseeorof Madison county subject to37-the J STONE WALKER Cashier action ot tha Democratic party Subscribed and sworn to beforeTmebls 20th D C RICE Is a candidate for Assessor of day of May 1SS9 Madison county subject to the action of the 3S- Democratic party It E TURLEY Notary Public Correct Attest FOR COUNTS SUPERINTENDENT W T TEVIS J P HEKNDON J Directors a candidate J B HARRIS ofisPublic Schoolsfor Connty JUNE WALKER subject to Superintendent 8- the aeUon of the Democratic party MBS A T SIILLION Is a candidate for reÂ¬ of the Madison REPORT of the conditionRichmond in Che election to the office of County Superintend Â¬ TliTilr at State of Keutucky at the close ot business ent ot Public Schools subject to the action -ot 33the democratic party iiay i3in ussi 3441-- MOMENTS In Granite and Marble First Class Wortwslip AND LOTSST 00NSISTS17T PSI0SS Town Lot Sale ON We have the largest trade in Central Kentucky aud guarantee satfefactiou jFWnte for prices and informa tion before ordering any style of work SON Importers WM ADAMS 49 48 Â¬ Lexington Ky TURNPIKE ELECTION Stockholders of the Richmond and WEDNESDAY HAY 29th Barnes Mill Turnpike Company are hereby notified that the annual eleetkm 18S9 at 2 oclock P Mt following Im for officers of the company will be liekl mediately upou Mrs Mary Coieya at Simmsa shop near Pond Meetlng saie i win sen House on SATURDAY MORNING JUNE 1st 1880 at 10 oclock 47 50 LETTERS THREE LOTS ALBIN CORNELISON President One ixljoining Mrs- - Coley Estill Ave- uue toxzua reel one corner Aiaio and Armer Streets and tlie otlxjr corner Hilsdile and Armer Streets each 50x101 feet ulth S foot alley Sale positive TEUMS Lien note 7 per cent due two four ami six months Equal pay Â¬ Bra want to Covington Arnold ments or cosh purchasers option buy 100000 pounds or Wool Will pay 49 61 DRFORMAK the highest market price Those wbo have wool to gelt will find It to their 43- Interest to call 100000 Pounds WOOL WAITED ICE COLD ICE pir 1 partai the city every morning nt the Lubricaollitg OHs Appy fer terms to regular market price Leave orders at The Dietertebs Oil O CkveJAOd DykeanGrocery Ohio RspeetfuUy Tirg Bietebjchb Oil Co JV OS 48 49 JUUfftU13bJ5B My wagon will deliver ice in any Local and traveling senwa to sell r-fi- fc- -- V yrf Vr - t5j3j- zymtrx- - JLa- OF FUN 1 KEHTUCKY CENTRAL ii R EGAEITEI Tlirce Y ear Old Record 233 itake at Iex Winner of the ingtnn Ky Fair in 184S and Uitli stakes at Mime place in 1 SSI makioc his record of 2 33r in a jog Sired bv Eahert fire of Emma paeer Superior 2251 219J Egmont 223 Benefactor 4 year old 227J Illinois Egbert 229J ire of 1st dam by StncMttidge Chief the dam of GIoster217 2nd dam by Alexanders Norman -- ire of Lula215 May Queen 220 and the dams Nor- Â¬ man Medium 220 Fanny Itohinson 220J-- Maiden 223 Banner Bov 22o Alice Addison 227J and Red Jim 230 Esbert by ltMiyet Hanibleionian ilnm by Mtveijer DunKJ and Ae by Ifjfwlyls Hombfetonian EPALITE Na verv rich chestnut sorrel 16 Iwmls J inches liigh and weighs over 12D0 ixmnil He Nlhellnebt lHHe ever seen in tlii- - county either Hit colts all stniMliiii or In lmnie have kize fim li ami ac Ioii Ahhnugh he lias vireil Uit few coils lie Is fire of one of the bet three j ear olds in Ken tnoky His record is no indication of his speed He could trot close to 2 20 at a Mr Henry Traynor who trained him6v8 barrinKSuieS lie is the fattest and gainest horse he ever He will make the eea i of ISS9 at John B CheiiHults place 1 1 miles Irnm Richmond on Lexington pike at haiMlled FULU CONCERNING GD FARMERS H BLUE GRASS ROUTE iff I 1 Shertett ami Qaiclrst Route from Cen tral KesrlwcLj to All Points North Eat West and South west FAST LINE BETWEEN Lexington SOUTH BOUND Bz Han Szio fcso Cincinnati Ne2 No 4 Dally Schedule in EOrct May 12th 1S89 Bi Sun No 6 Lt Ive Lvv ClnctHuallJ CwvUmlnn rfetstMMffcJ ai ai Sxo pau r3S pm i lve rart Lve fyatlitatwi J 107 1M HOOO P HO P Arr run BOO p A it LesrtSMftmi 89 PH 40S pm aS pm 7 PH 5MP pm 5 45 P 6SO pm MI pm trso ai 4 Arr RictiNHMl Arr ijiMftMer Arr rjttuifanl J sfT HfQINHlfHI Arr norm Arr LivlMgnton NORTH- - BOUNI 4M pi P P p IMS Tjopm y pi NoS Ex San Ex Sea NO 1 NaS Mcas 45 ally ami m 0 Je lve iwwi IJvtugitou Tills powder never varies A marvel of purilv MrenRili and wiiole omeness Jloro econumical tliau Hie ordinary Kinds and CHiiiio be sold in competition with the mul- Â¬ titudes of low le U short weight nltun and SJold only in cans phosphate powders ltoYAi itAKiso Powder Uo 106 Wall Street 2t U New York Absolutely Pure- - Lve rJtaufanl Iva Laaonntor 9 45 70 r4 -- 4 ai ai P Arr WlactioMor Arr Pan 25 TO INSUSB A LIVING COLT 45 P at Lve Part 4 fcjjai J pm fcaj ai for pm Money due when mure is pmted with Ive OnsMwua 4H P 6jod pa 5 JP lve fkltwwtiUt J when coll i foileil sects a i yao pm olheruixe Arr UavlimjUwi lS seasmi MK4S ai Arr OstHmhoU fc5 P r 3 pm forEGALIIE ha neverinmaile a to give less than 50 txit order MAYSVIILE BRANCH an opiMKtuiiUy to prove his -- iiie him rimity na a ire we Imve iilaivtl his No 11 Dally Daily NOKTH HUUNU services within the reach of all Mil Kx hH BxbUB jear In placing the service- - of thi Imrse belore the public we will say 35 P Lvu Onrtinclnii 1 45 P that you ctin not Nixibly make a mw yaKa lifrtmiliiii 450 pm take by breeding to liim - Pal ilout If P S bori trotter Arr Xlltari Imiw tips get aalwajs you will get a price e that LMaml trill ouiinianil a hig ocajaml Mates kept on gniss at lUeeiilsper was am SIO pm rfav ACfJdeiits or escapes at ow ners N It No tt risk Ifcallv Dally soctm mktnd jCno 4U- CHUXAVLT CO Kxhxta Kx Sun 4o 35 P 4 SP yjp pi cm ai T S ai r 4 ai neo Dr Pierces Golden Medfcfl 6ifcbvery Is tho only medicine of Its dasa Qiat is gnar- in aU dtseascafor which recompofgded it ismoney paio- - xor or the will bo prompUy refunded Golden Medical Discovery cnreStil humors f mm rhn mmmnn nfmnle blotch OfrUDUOn to tho worst Scrofula or WH im ju rjp 1 Lre MayMrttte OariMe Sis a a SS7 ran ait Ltarhiatliiii Uovlnichm MiHen4mMc 649 TS a y toaas 835 am s Pm 3 338 pai 4 05 6 33 10 22 pm pm pm CIsMtaMti 1035 Lextagtoa Except Sunday Leave Clttcttnialt 5IS p in Arrives Falaneajth lim ft m KsontK4indMy So J Latk Iilmoalh MUhih Arrives -- rartHDftM fc Urn - i45 ltt6n a a pm 64 pm in Arrives 630 pm AEFTEEi CHICKEN 3 I rj5jl T eores Hip jnlnt Disease Scrofulous Sorsma SweUings Enlarged Glands Goitre or lalde Neclc and Eating- Sores or Ulcers Golden Medical Discovery cures Consumiv uon wmcu u scroiuia oi me uungsi v u invigoratins wonderful blood - purifyingand nutriUvo properties II taken la time For Weak Lungs Spittin of Blood Short- Â¬ ness of Breath Catarrh in the Head Bron- Â¬ chitis Severe Coughs Asthma and kindred affections it is a sovereign remedy It promptly cures tho severest Coughs For Torpid Liver Biliousness or Liver Comtfstnrv Dyspepsia and Indigestion it is an unenaled remedy Sold by druggists 25 24 go free -- pmmimMMa Cholera Cure inrttMMrtl 7fl IavcKCtttetHitaliXfWx m Arrives tt a hi Nuitday only XoH I kv ValmiMiili 41a p m Arrive CinelMHaU ttli p m Nuiidny ily TRAIN NOTKS No 3 ratth nally between Jjfxitmum and ClneinHati 4 dully betwucji ClMdnaali himI Lexington rtH Falmmmth No a M KW MtMUy Lri wvt v - S NoZad f makecouneCiomatWiBciies ter for pointf mi lite N N M V Ky X I HukUiicmnectWHi at Lexhigtou IMrHHtTANT Trains of tbta line Hnwr rlvealattd depart from the Centntl InkHi llira tmttrr itmUtm ClniUHti HaklBceon HTikHs for all potnta North KaM and Het Tlirtumli Tickets mM and Hnegage Cliecked to any potat renewed toy a railroad For foil particulars address or enll oa any Trav Ptuk t Aet Lexlngtdb Ky K K fL MOKKE Uenl Pass Agt anetiinHT II K HUNTINOTON V Ires Jt Oen Manr K BCAKKAgt iUehnMHHl Ky Ocu erai OtHmiChaiwIierof Cwaiuerce Build- Â¬ ing Cincinnati O Trav Ant UneiniMU O bmmmw Baniicr of Life 6 Mother aJ A BIRTM zyiz tv i SY wwPiaiBsaTill yj 14 Thousands of dollars worth of eifckens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all otter diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positively aires it has Deen made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle iV enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed If after using two 3rds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chickefl Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- wo er all oniJSJsts fieSlulc JP- j - J noKs J - 46 50 aeentof the Uuwpanyor VT I MUNWON E II tiACOSi Dam IMBIrir CM tCi FIRM GOODS 1SII1V 19 18 STOCKTON BROOKS 9 MILES HE SHORTEST We irteh to announce to the public that we have just opened in the house next door to the Gar iiett Uoose on Second street a freah stock of the Lost brands of 8 Hours the Quickest BETWEEN Cineiiiiiaii and Hew Orleans TIME 27 HOURS ENTIRE TRAINS BAGGAGE CARS DAY COACH EH AND SLEEPERS Run Through Without Change STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES that can be had in the cities propose to sell We THE 110 7 MILES THE SHORTEST Hours TBiFFiEFiLL CUTTER GRTJNTJEB AND BKTWEEN the quickest Â¬ Cincinaati Jacksonville Florida TIME 28 HOURS The Only Lintr IVunuilig Tlirough Sleeping Cars-- Cincinnati to Jacksonville WrVbout Cliange CHEAP for CASH Come and see ue and be convinced that we have a first class stock Â¬ SHELLER Combined in One Frame The Onlv Combined Feed Mill Made THESHOEiTiEsTE FROJIJUNCTION CITY Warranted to n Give Satisfaction W at um tibrp- - durwgnt sized Grinders upon tho rune M1B at aay time BcaBy fire marMncs in ose Reasonable Prices We shall aim to secure a fair share of eustom by square dealing and the handling of desirable goods DAVID CHENAULT St- - FRAZEIt 27 52 MllHamahurjj Ind MACT CHATTANOOGA BIRMINGUAar MERIDIAN JACKSON VICKSBORG MOBILE Close Connection Made at New leans with Southern Pacific and Texas Pacific for Or- Â¬ CO S S93 iirae is BgB2z5eJtm o ai avl eiiaonip punt bj r acaeaiBn A D RUFF i MmJm 1 VffiJm brWf snKZttctMiaa tiarwt stem Ultl or TrC rS d Inrrtsraweukthatyoa bow what wt end to tbOM wb mar f1 t year boocatid after 2 motbtali ihall bccoinc jtmr on petTT L tail rnna mscnm it le after the hinrcr patent icbbawrsnovi Srfiora palfatf xnotitaoidrorS93wHbUM rmmpU tb ca on w win Msa to inoxtt lonOtf inicbis icsde vinraU tbt aturkiaQala b TroillwUh W vnUaJw Madrreca cowpletr ba of ocr costly and aloable trf rb Texas Mexico California Pie rrer jbtrr 12 Hours Quicker than any other Line Direct Connection Made nt Shreveport with Texas and Pacific By without Transfer for Nothern Tesas Mesico California and the West U0 Darbin and now sella tachtnti KiongtMt most Beat rw- - i TJi Uiii CO liox 27 26 tn of work f bifb ait iO jVusuatM Ualne ta th werM Plain No caetial rsoaired bo wm to ni at coca can a w im wono ana ur rr tbawn lacrtber in Ainenca ns AH U for 52For c address FRANK W WOOLEY Trav Pass Agt Lexington Ky or C S BARRETT Trav Pass Agt Chattanooga Tenn C Rates Maiw HARRISON 109 D OflSce MILLER J GeuI Gault Mgr -- D G IRVINE STREET Cincinnati Gen Pass Agt O Edwakds Furniture Repairing SALT AND Done PrompUy Next Door to Post - HOUSE KY UPHOLSTERING Ejtfs DIGGER LOUISVILLE lICHlKERymER DEALER IN FINE STYLE CARPETS LAID IN GivehimaCalL 24- - The Largest and Finest Hotel in the city Patent Post Me KD TRANSPUHTEH Rates25o to Hotel 4 Per Day 32 31 Waieiies Clocks Jewelry Silver and LUht Simple Strom and Effcctite According to rooms Turkish and Russiau Baths in Pialed ware tie Special attention given to SEEING DIAMONDS It Is the only self cleaning Dicger nadv and can be wed in any kind of eoH uo matter new Micky with perfect ease It thus possesses great advan tages over aU other diggers in tha mar let WKhitamancan easily dig 800 to 460 holes per day It is exceedingly tight yet very strongly made and warÂ¬ ranted FriceSt Â¬ Carpenters Work I am prepared 10 do all kinds of Carpenters work in first dnss style Also estimates furnished on short notice H TYLER BAXTER 32- - AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES C PETERSEN CO REPAIRIiy Promptly done and in a workmanlike mauner Cash Paid for Oid Gold and 29 2 KoiiHra XLiw THE FAVORITE 3 a a CARRIAGE CO Silyer WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF DeHtt lercet the place next door to the Post otllee Kiobmond Ky u r Please Read The Singer Manufacturing Company is buikiftic a machine with Hand Attachment and Port utile specially xJapted for invalid travelers C to east 35 oasfa Any one wiahlnc a maohiue ol this type will please leave order at the office IS First street kept In stock SO 9 S The late Edwin Thorne leH nn estate valued at 4000000 The Thorndale farm with all Ihe stock thereon in- Â¬ cluding the trotting horses Thorndale Edwin Thorne Daisy Dale and Nil UebbcrlurnStates ebfdonca Desperandum together with all Ihe valuable brood mares and imported as long as I lib Kw you mind dat J cattle goes to his son Oakleigh Thorne Puck WOT Mr Oldboy Mrs Oldboy Recent spring sales of Shorthorns fee in tho offico again this afternoon liaye evidenced the fact that those of No madam he has Matsre Clork gone to one of the suburban towns on good breeding aud merit find ready Inexperienced purchasers at remunerative prices iajporfcnrt business Office Boy who has been solemnly which in n measure restores lost confidence and adds convincing proof that warned to always speak tho truth No ho aint he nnT the typo 1vTUeTa the bottom is not yet entirely out A type writer and However the most hopeful prospect is gone to matinee Office boy both of experience desire based oa the fact that bulls are propor Saturday EvcCing Her tionally higher than females and the situations aldi- demand for iirst ciasa ones is in excess of tint supply Cattle have been so Family fashions- low ttwt western ranches as well as Elrmer tVii3erslironiht Into Use by thV breeders have postponed buying bulls Abandonirfeht of Drapery erop has beeu so reduc The fancy for atmplicity in drapery until their calf ed that they are in the near future continues and straight effects in dress are sought for These- - styles tend to compelled to buy and buy liberally hightca the figure they are becoming which of court e creates a demaud to stout women and may be worn to that breeders most supply Sales held advantage by the majority df plump in Indiana bulls sold higher and refigures of average height bUtf small cently at Chicago at Luther Adamss women sink into insignificance Jii sale 17 made S iOO average while feÂ¬ styles and should adopt tfho males made only 300 average So we Empire styles Theso shorten fitt jareready to believe and full hopeful waist thus adding to tho hight while tA better times for Shorthorns in the enough drapery and flouncing are in- Â¬ new ftitnre cluded in the scarfs and other acces TiJtrs never was a time when a horse sory trimming to make a gown becom- Â¬ ing to petite women Tall lithe wom- Â¬ ctud wit as much money as now and en are however in danger of exagger there neffe was a time when ating their figures Tho new styles racing ftatl reached anything like tend to make all women tall and must its present proportions The most val- Â¬ be modified when the wearer is by nat Â¬ uable stakes are for At ure endowed with that wilowy grace Monmouth Park there is the Junior which the fashionable world now af-Â¬ Champion worth something like 25 fects Tho abandonment of drapery 000 Select worth about 8000 brings into use firmef wooanc Ihe the Sapling Tyro July Hopeful The beautiful dull finished easfi mere and fabrics August and Criterion each wortli camels hair which kd themselves with fascinat- Â¬ about 6000 the Amboy and Carteret ing grace tiyiotricate drapery aro still Handicaps wortli each about 7000 or shown on the sSop counters but they 8C00 At Coney Isiaud ihe Futurity do not represent fashionable de-Â¬ this season will be wortli about 60000 mand of the hour TTi26emand is for to the winner the Great Eastern a glace wool which will gbe the dust worth 8000 the Autumn worth 6 The new styles do not demffr-- soft 000 The Titan at Jerome will be woolen Mohairs in colors are sOwn worth some 7000 or S00 The Great in slate grays sand colors yeflftt American at Brooklyn will be worth mode tints dark blue green goldetf P 20000 and the new Eclipse stakes at browns and other shades The dainty Westchester will be wortli about 25 hair striped mohairs are of solid color 000V The Kenwood and Hyde Park and are especially sought after Tho at Chicago are each worth tendency la to trim them simply with stake cuffs and collars of dark velvet finish- Â¬ about 5000 There are at least twonty ing them with dainty white hem- Â¬ five stakes In the East which will each stitched vests of linen worn in be worth about 5000 or over Ken- Â¬ chemisette so that the vest nay be tucky Stock Farm readily replaced by a fresh one when soiled with the dust of travel It I a Oh to be dead and done with trouble long time since ladies enjoyed the luxÂ¬ That fill each day with a dreary pain ury of a genuine dust shedding fabric This is the moan of many a woman arid it is quite likely all such goods will Who thinks she can never be well again be xceedmgly popular The new It were better forme and better for others white iMnels are so shorn of their nap If I were dead and the tears fall fast and presTftg down that dust is shed Not so not so O wives and mothers from them aAttost like mohair There Theres a bow of hope in the sky at last are many EngAbh serges silk and And it tells you that the storm of diswool pongee clofs- and other fab- Â¬ rics which moot the JOpufar demand ease which has spread its shadow over Amateur dressmakers are advised that you will give way to the sunshine ol skirts have become excengly narÂ¬ renewed health if you are wise and row measuring scarcely two yards try Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription around when made for women of mod Â¬ It can aud will effectually cure all erate hight The use of a silk fomxla female weaknesses aud deraugements tlon ski t adds so much gonuino com- Â¬ aud no woman who has tint tried it fort to the gown by reducing its weight oeed despair for a trial will convince to a minimum that even economical ber that it is Ihe very thhjg she needs women are beginning to adopt them to restore her to the health she fears A good quality of taffeta silk such as forever lost may be bought readily at fifty cents a To cleante the stomach liver and yard is generally purchased for this purpose because it is more durable system generally use Dr Pierces than the surah silk sold at the same Pellets 25 cents It price Five yards of this silk will The Queen of Great Britain is now make and face a skirt of averago length If a narrow roll of velvet or sovereign over a continent 100 penin- Â¬ even tho best velveteen Is used on the sular 600 promontories 100 lakes bottom in place of tho ordinary mohair 2000 rivers and 10000 islands She braid it will wear longer and will not waves her hand and 900000 warriors rub the instep of the shoe AU dress march to battle to conquer or die She and wrap sleeves havo expanded into bends her head aud at the signal 1000 ample dimensions the largest being ships of war and 103000 sailors perform the size of the old time ber bidding on the ocean She walks Good Housekeeping sleeve upon the earth and 300000000 human beings feel the least pressure of her foot The World Growing Better The Assyrian Empire was not so People who affirm that the world is populous The Tersian Empire was growing worse have very contracted not so powerful The Carthaginian visions From the earliest dawn of was not much dreaded The civilization there has been a steady Empire progress in morals and manners To Spanish Empire was not so widely difsay that every thing is wrong because fused The Roman power was weak a few more arrests for venial offenses in comparison and Greece was as u small village have been made in 1883 than in 1887 and that is about the substance of the A grand daughter of proof of increased wickedness throughout tho country is about as Judge Strong of Breathitt county atsensible a conclusion as was tho action tempted to elope with a negro named Judge Strong and of the man who each day at noon in a Milton Richmond certain Connecticut town went out a party pursued the couple when the upon the public green and exercised negro opened fire on the Judge inflict- Â¬ himself upon the pump handle under ing a wound iu his hand the shooting the delusion that he was winding up was returned by the party and tho the world No the world is not grow Â¬ negro fell dead pierced by several ing worse It is growing better de-Â¬ bullets Pearl Strong the girls father spite the blunders of legislators police tried to kill her when he heard of It officials and humanitarians who gen- Â¬ and failing shot himself in the head erally manage to make every thing in an attempt at suicide but was caught they tinker with a little worse than it iu time to prevent his doing further was before Detroit News injury to himself Judge Strong was a participant in the Breathitt war A Light Weight Champion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ d two-year-ol- ds a great increase in the consumption of African toakwood on account of its property of preserving from rust iron or steel that is in contact with It It is easy to understand why soma men are so mean Thoy treat every body meanly and dishonestly so tho neighbors will not feel so bad when they die Armour I say Davis do you remember when beef was highest No I cant say that I do Davis Why when the cow jumped over June the moon of course Mrs RE Former looking over her Why my dear husbands papers heres a magazine essay of yours on Turn tho Rascals Out only half done Why dont you finish it Mr R E Former Dont caro to Pvo got an office myself now Arizona boasts of a woman who can drrvc a nail with a bullet at forty When Arizona can produce o yards woman able to drive a nail with a hammer at a distance of one foot without wounding her fingers it will havo a curiosity worth boasting about Norristown Herald Algernon in par- Â¬ Artful Amy liamentary usage what does the presiding officer say when a matter Is to Unsuspecting Al- Â¬ bo put to a voter gernon Are you ready for the ques- Â¬ tion Artful Amy Y Yes Al- Â¬ gernon I think I am Burlington Free Press Mail carriers in Mtorocco are said to avoid risk of losing their places by oversleeping by tying a string to one foot and setting tho era of it on firo before they go to sleep The string they know from experience will burn so long and wiien tho fire reaches tSioir foot it is tiroo for them to get up tfudgc You aro charged with Uncle Alek seaiunjchickens Yas b73S dWs so I did it I can swear to dat Juetl what I did suahT1 Judge Un- Â¬ Tea iikre and thirty dttys cle Alek Whats dat Tioss What kind of laws you got When a feller turn States ebftSence dont yoti lef him There is Karsner of Clark county has a ild his stallion Dictator Prince to an Ohio party for 800 for export to Buenos Ayrea At Bruce Kidda sale of thoroughbred horsen at Lexington fifty els lit head made 22935 an average of 306 The Wilgus sale made 19630 fur fifty head an average of 392 The pair of seal brown carriage horses owned and used by ex President Cleveland while In Washington were sold last week at auction for 282 They cost Mr Cleveland about 700 The executors of Ihe late M B Gratz Woodford county have sold lo James P Bcotl Philadelphia Pa a portion of Canewood Farm 375 acres near Spriug Station Ky for 105 per acre amounting to 16875 Practically says the well known breeder Luke Broadhead the breeder can breed to animals that are not grays but that have the gray cross back iu their pedigrees with perfect assurance that they will not have gray Â¬ WHOLE SOLED FIRM SHACKELFORD Se GENTRY j SADDLES HARNESS AND GEAR Street next to The old and reliable Saddle and Harness House of No Wallace Shoes Rice Fiirnisi Planted l The extensive dealers in Sell the best one and two horse Cultivators Sell tlie best one and two horse lH The Vandiver Tliie The Old Hickory TIlG BPOWXli mm U Wagons Sell the best Wire Chickrown Sell the best Feed Cutter 6 progeny The Danville Advocate says A rep- Â¬ resentative of the Stanford Roller Mills bought iu this cotintv last week about 500 bushels of the growing crop of wheat at 75 cents D F and F T that the public Logan sold 1500 bushels L M Llllard line of GENTLEMENS 1200 lu T Liilatd fcOO and J A HIGH OUT Adams 1300 Bell City Sell the best Randall Harrows Tlie 3SeyStone at No 101 West Main Street Richmond Ky have received Sell the best Plows Tlie OliVGE1 their Sell the best Sulky Plow Tlie Big Injtin Spring and Sell the best Fertilizer TIlC Honest Summer Stock Sell the best Cook Stoves and Ranges Tlie 3EXCelleXlti Flie Gentry and it is much larger than they Sell the best Cistern Filter Iiav6 ever before handled But Sell the best Vapor or Gasoline Stove Tlie JOXXSTClli their prices are no larger than fore They have Sell the best Tinware Home IVIacLea Every Grade and Variety Sell THSS BEIST of EVERYTHING OF Known to the BOOTS SHOES could wish be- Â¬ ilMUats TIlC HaWOrtIli 2G W PIGKELS Second Garnett House has a complete stock of Saddles Harness Bridles Blankets Whips Spurs Horse Boots Curry Combs Scrapers Toe Weights Soap Oils and everything else needed by persons who handle horses Saddles Manufactured lo Order and none but the best material used Gentlemens ladies and boys Saddles Harness of every description Trace Chains Haines Backhand Bellybands Collars Collar Iad lianie Strings Plow Lines Blind Bridles Whips ami other thin v used on the farm Only experienced workmen em ployed If you want a Saddle you hue a hundred to select from ranging in price from 4 upwards If you want a set of Harness you have a 150 sets to select from ranging m price from S up All prices of Plow Gear from the cheapest to tlie best Some thing entirely new in Curry Combs The handsomest lot ol lap Cloths ever brought to Richmond 41 kept in stock Their Hardware World Rose Los Angeles Cal has Otitwaite Sierra Madra J jSgll to Mr Cal four suckling colls two by Slam boul and two by Alcazir for 9000 The same in To G G Green Philadelphia Pa a is especially full Congress and Buttons Also Goat suckling colt by Stamboul dam Nava Richmond Ky April 10 18S9 Both by Dictator her dam Belle Brat field and Kangaroo BBBaBBaaaBaBiHaaaHBiaaMsaaKJMaBMaBiaBHaaBHBMBaHaBWBWBBBiBla 220J for 5000 L J LACED CALF SKIN SHOES HKThey are hustlers from away back and dont you forget it SHACKELFOEDGENTRY 43- - The new and popular Ooze Calf with Tanfox M and American Call THE CORNER CLOTHIER MIXED PITS IU LADIES SHOES THEY HAVE ALL THAT The Best Markets Afford French Sense Medium and Common heels in Oxford Ties Low Buttons Newport Ties and Brazon Adonis Buckles Why pay 140 to 150 per gallon for cheap mnsliy paint made of Barrytus Benzine and other cheap stuff that AT McKEES OLD STAND IS NO GOOD FOR PAINTING PURPOSES when you can buy any of the or dinary color of IN HATS THEY HAVE THE Cor Main and First Streets Richmond Ky Knox Stetson Manvick and both hard and soft A Full Line of WILLGINGS THE LATEST SPRING STYLES AND BEST GRADES OF CUSTOM MADE Austin Drew MIXED PAINTS STRICTLY PURE AT GENTS Furnishing Goods 125 Per Gallon All sizes shapes ages and kinds of men and hoys can find precisely what they want No matter how fat or how lean or how tall or how small White can fit you j I3IG- STOCK OF - including Monarch Shirts E W and Coon Collars and Cuffs NECKWEAR IN PROFUSION Gloves in great variety An as- Â¬ sortment of Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs Â¬ Mixed with Pure Linseed Oil on Lead and Zinc Basis with such coloring matter as is necessary to i produce the various shades of col ors all of the very best quality by the same formula that I have used for over 20 years in my business as a practical painter Â¬ Hosiery of Every Grade UMBRELLAS in silk and other goods with assorted handles GEO m WILLGING Elegant line of Shirt Jewelry Decorator in Paint and Paper 32 31 41 40 AGOOD FARM for SALE OR HIIS SHIRTS COLLARS CUFFS UNDERWEAR Suspenders Handkerchiefs Gloves 5 ie NBcktiBSsUmbrellas I have 320 ACRES of splendid land 3 miles from Herrlugtnu Dickinson comity Kansas 160 acres in gracs aud well fenced with wire for pasture 160 acres in cultivation There is containing four rooms aud a good well ol soft water at the kitchen door also a fine stock well with wind pump and an inexhaustible supply of watar Walking Canes TRUNKS YALISES and everything else in his line 45- - A GOOD HOUSE A GOOD and There are deal- Â¬ GRAINERYand CRIB 100 acres in ers who bait their advertisements with cheese just to get their n Eatlrt Tnlu KCI TH10CSH HKlt Oup corn aud 50 acres in oats thhi spring victim inside Pullman Sleeping- Cara and Eleyant Ka 10 acres in dining Chair Cars on Nigrht Traini 2Xanlficent Parlor Cara on Say Trains A FINE YOUNG ORCHARD STABLE OK RATS Dont be caught by that cheap bait and clap trap man use good senses Cincinnati The Popular JSao between Indianapolis CHIOAG - LAFAYETTE O - Â¬ garden and truck patch There has been several hundred shade trees planted about the buildings All the buildings have been put up in the last two years a soon jiuuiic Bcnooi ana cnurcli one half mile from the place Every house in the town of Herrington has been built in tbe last live years and it now has 3000 Inhabitants 3 new railroad machine shops electric lights street cars and a first class patent roller flour mill besides other Industries Splendid schools and several good churches good society and everything to make a good town away by that parot gabble goods and prices Man or a Mouse Are aYon a judgment Dont have your talked If jou are Cheap Cheap 1 soiixx aKEi-AJcra- -e Cheap but compare We wont talk much but well produce the goods that talk for us ana convince you thai this is the best place to buy your BOOTS and SHOES Respectfully 41- OTTTEN COME AND SEE US JACK FREEMAN No 3 Fikst Richjiosd Street HcKEB and Ttadalla Hat PWImn Buffet Sleeping Cut Pollman Heclimnj Chair Cars New Fint Clau Coache Second Clais Coaches and Bagag Cars all run through without change between Cincinnati and SULouif Cincinnati and St Bis Four Louis TU Ue CLStEft CBallwj Elegant Reclining Chair Cars arrwxaw C Cincinnati and Peoria HL I St Witt Give A Big Bargain Ky Commodious Reclining Chair Cars Isiimpolii Ftsrii1111 aad Snhi Icz C t AC I TRI aad T B a W Short Lin in selling or exchange this farm for a Kentucky farm can give possession any time For further information call on me at Stringtown R It camp or write to the address below C 46 51 H 0 TBAY1T0S - I St L Million Madison County Ky T BLACK McKee TraynorRichmond ECentticlcY AT It Chicago St toalj sad Peoria clout aad Im mediate conaecUoBi ire made with all Lints ta aad from the Korthwtit TTrtt aad Soatbweat Ilntia Tickets brprt Clli t all rriadftl Niti Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I S L C BT alsoTia thisline ataU Coupon Ticket Offices throoghoat the coontrr Via SHEUJOIT a C aad T P A W B Bit Â¬ ui COMMISSIONERS JOHN ECAN Geairais and SALE Jj D JESSAMINE CIRCUIT COURT Baldwins Admrx Pit vs Notice of Sale Ac Defts STALLIONS HIGHLaFd PARK FOB 1889 S30 to Ttt 1 jcat cnrciirvTT a Dobbins Electric Soap THE BEST FAMILY SOAP IN THE WORLD It is SMctly Pore 8 dam by Gills Vermont 3rd dam by Gray Kagle by sire of Rysdicks JOHN WILKES VSlESSSSifSSi insure Zadia Warren by TTT nPYTWTTS by RyIckB Hambletonlan dam Voorhees Abdal Lf53JBfclBasiawJr2nd dam y m m NatB Baldwin By virtue of a judgment and order of brino Alice by sale of the Jessamine Circuit Court Bird by Crusader sou of Sir Arcby 4th dam by Old Copperbottom rendered at the February Term thereof sure 18S9 In the above cause the under- Â¬ aa B a signed will on VirTr Hambletonian GEORGE MAGEATH SSHaffi Patchen ind dam Walker Alexanders Edwin Forest dam 50 to insure Unifflim ia Quality 3rd 20 to In Â¬ 4W Tills aoap Is Identical In quality to day with uniinaao mcnir years Bgo in contains liothinic that call Jnrettictnncst fabric It tight ens coors and bleaches whites changed in the lEchtest washes flannels and blankets as no otbersoap ih world does without shnakiO leaTing them soft aad white and Kb sew rHEorigiiuI ibrsinla for which we paid f 50000 ttvrxr rears or has nerer been modihcd ct Â¬ rr Â¬ HUH the 3 1889 READ THIS TWICE THERE bins County Court dav for Madison coun- Â¬ ty proceed to ell at public auction to the highest bidder at the Court House door In the town ol Richmond Ky the following described property to One undivided third part of wit tions s a exeat MTlnjr of tlae of labor of did anil of the tabric where Dob Â¬ Ilcctnc Scup is mud according to direcÂ¬ OSiE trlnlsnS demonstrate its peat merit It will par yon to make that nisi TIKE aU beat nines It fa caten rdy IaJ H tated aad counterfeited JSewarc of Imitations Electric Dont take INSIST trpon PobblnO Paaadelpaia Electro Marc Electric or any other fraud became it b cheap They wfll nun clothes and axe dear at any price Ask for Tumi Beginning at Ihe Kentucky River and extending towards Richmond a distance of seven and one half miles to- Â¬ gether witli one third interest in all of the franchises rights and privlllges in- Â¬ cluding the toll house on said dijpcribed turnpike The above described interest being the interest of L D Baldwin iu paid road TERMS OF SALE Said property Â¬ - o rIOBBI3iS iamwutt n i AOZSfcnv 1 EtECTRIC--- r -- Tkva3io-Tww -- - Hi M O u o S 03 Good morning sir A coal office Tve applied for the place which you - P S It is sola J F Stoke pnly by order not J FA Vrito for Cat oguc 303 FINE VEHICLE OR THIS Cincinnati OHIO trade U S A The new English manner of taking hold of a girl for a round dauce Is to advertise in the papers Coal man What have you been do Â¬ catch both of her hands in your left and hold her by the arm below tbe ing heretofore Ive had a little something to do tboulder with tbe right The English never knew how to with pugilism Im the champion light wight of the country but I want keep a good thing when Ihey had it to get out of the business and thought John Carter was convicted of the I might be fitted for a coal office Why yes Til murder of Wm TraHord In the Circuit Light weight Wro you to weigh our coaL Chicago Court Mayfieidtand sentenced to death J Carter Is but 18 yeais old Herald Â¬ on the market Wood 30 29 We have the only SINGLE APRON BINDER It is manufactured by Walter A and take nn other Neatly cm procer rwn Maine to Mexico keeps it in stock If yours hasnt U be snll orfer from his pea rest wholesale grocer TS EAD carefully the inside wrapper around each bar and be careful 10 follow directions en each outside wrapper Ymennnot aBord Is wait longer before tryuzibr yourself this old Triable and truly wonderful BRSCK COS FHEI3S arnS2 bSL4S bond with approved security payable to the undersigned for the price to have the force and eflect of a judgment and to bear Interest at six per cent per aunum irom oay oi saie the purchaser being required to give will be sold on a credit of six months SENSIBLE LOW COST HOUSES --HfiW Kow rady Dobbins Electric Scan I L CRAGIN CO 27 1 Philadelphia Pa JOHN H WELCH 48 60 i aWfTrTr 43 16 M CJCC J whit eoaUisa sloaa HOUSiUOW tou Bviiatimxji Dliumum uut But4AI Bum bow you can oaua a vove 0SM ax fcaUM caaaatr eearesleat hcabar Heat e5l tad want aad fcaw4 ta irtHe JneSS whatiiHMrnda ta v oa nr FOR RENT Two Five Bcom Ccttaofs In Par rishs addition wiih plunk walk from Main street Apply to Geo H Mveks or 37- - W199VT j aSMIWwwSATgHta HIS AGENT S D PAKBISH tSjr- J St -- l fSS