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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r J Tv r -r JtWt WlffJiiliwiwtPSsKHfll r T - - J-M I T 3srypa niBBHBBMWVlKVVnc TL il9 ft V A tytros P31 1fr nth g4ffi-tfeSJ - j5 -- w volume DR A n Common Sense In the treatment ot slight ailments would savd a vast amount of sickness and misery Ono ol Ayert Pills taken RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY MAY 29 1889 LOCAL AND PERSONAL Richmond will soon have five railroads What a Visitor Says The Ilustonville correspondent of the Danville Advocate writes as follows The Kentucky doctors in their annual swing around the State brought up at Richmond last week The gates were ajar and a right royal welcome greeted everyone who entered In all their wan Â¬ derings over the State during the past twenty years the reception here excelled them all It was one continuous tound of feast and frolic Their resources are simply inexhaustible They know how to treat a stranger and make him feel that he is at home among them I saw the town just after Nelson and Kirby Smith swept over it along in the sixties Then desolation reigned around it now it his colleges churches printing presses banks and business houses sufficient to adorn a town of thrice its population It is grow- Â¬ ing rapidly and real estate is steadily advancing in price As Danville i so stands Richmond without water supplies The water works question is now receiv Â¬ ing proper attention and ere long the limped waters of Purapkim Run will be at their ery doors The doctors there vied with each other in making the stran ger happy while the citizens of every type and style did all they could to make their stay a pleasant one Each bore away with him the most pleasant remembrances of Richmond and its big hearted citizens To Col James Shackelford as fine a type of the KentucKy gentleman as any man ever saw and his accomplished wife I am indebted for many courtesies and kind Â¬ nesses Long may they live Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ NUMBER 50 PROFESSIONAL CAUDS The gentleman whose name stands at the head of this article has for some time A large force is at work on the jail been the subject of bitter and persistent sewer ue Limited to Dentistry alterdinner trill assist Digestion taken Fk attacks from part of the country press of at night trill relieve Constipation the State charging him with criminal WTICE- - Smith BMig Main Street taken at any time will correct irregu Â¬ Oiercoats were popular here last Wed Â¬ negligence in the discharge of his duties to 1200 M ieo to ti larities of the- Stomach and Bowels irs 900 Hue nesday and Thursday 1 M general inattention to business and even jnea2 tf stimulate tho Liver and cure Sick Headache Aycrs Pills as all know with being a side partneri as the Lex Â¬ Three wagon loads of Gipies passed who use them nro a mild cathartic C MORGAN D D S ington Leader has it to Tate in his through Richmond last Thursday pleasant to take and always prompt frauds These attacks are based on so jOFFUK Mmir Mrt ver Madl- - nod satisfactory in their results Mrs L II slight foundation and are so easily dis Bank Jtte4iiHiMl Ky I can recommend Ayers Pills ahove Carrie Barbour Blanton entertained Miss Nn nl Wednesday evening all othore having long proved their proven that we cannot but believe with valuoasa due respect to our contemporaries that Mr W E White the clothier has been CREED D D J they have been quick to think ill of a faith- Â¬ confined to his bed witli rheumatism for for myself and family KIRKSVLLLBKY ful official merely for the sensation that J T Hess a week LeitUsrille Pa could be created The charge of com Â¬ Ayers Pills have been in nse In mV Irr OfTitf FimeM Itesldeaoe family up wards of twenty vears anil plicity with Tate is one too ridiculous to Men continue to arrive from Virginia LktrMlnni loe ixYtainhiK to the liave completely verined all that is and elsewhere to woik on the R N I 47- waste time over but we should like to Jir e lMI claimed for them Thomas F Adams BRR make some statements in regard to the San Diego Texas DR J M POYNTZ I have used Ayers Pills in my fami other points Miss Carrie Barbour is home for the ly for seven or eight years Whenever First Gen Hewitt has not been neg attack headache tt SKT AN AND BURGKON 1 have ansubject of take a dosetoofwhich I summer from the Cincinnati Conservatory am very lectful of and inattentive to the duties of Ayers of Music I Seeood Mreet next to OFFICE Pills and am always promptly relieved his office Second He is the best jtitieSStf WlnteV In Store I find them equally beneficial in colds financial officer the State has ever had and in my family they are used for D Chenault spent Mr and Mrs T bilious complaints and other disturb Â¬ G W EVANS M D Third His conduct in the Tate mat- Â¬ several days with relatives in Mt Sterl- Â¬ ances with such good effect that we rare Â¬ ter is not inexcusable although Gen ly if ever have to call a physician ing last week BURGEON AND PHYSICIAN ft Voulliemc Hotel Votdlieme SaraÂ¬ Hewitt himself in speaking of a specific toga Springs N Y OFFICE KeeotMl stieet O will build a branch from The C error used that term junt 22if Clifton Forge nineteen miles to the Hot For proof of the first and second asser- Â¬ Springs of Virginia tions wc refer largely to the files of some TAYLOR DR PBEPAHED BY of the very newspapers who are now bit Â¬ Or J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass Only fixty days till the August elec- Â¬ rraetiiHHier in Medietee and Surgery terly assailing Gen Hewitt In their Sold by all Dealers In Medicine tion and no candidate for either Reprepages we have read not more than two RICHMOND KY sentative or Senator years ago the highest commendation and OFFICE Second stree tover Dykes 43 jnne22t xe Simons and Scelbach of the Phoenix bnicery approval of his course in stronger terms were here last week and probably want than we have here used In the last cam- Â¬ DR JOHN M WHOLE SOLE paign no other candidate received such HEM to lease the new hotel MAIN STREET flattering endorsemnt from the press at Mr Cornwall and other Louisville A Sclnreinfurth Man Raises a Row And large as did General Hewitt Not merely Next Door to Luzons Up Stairs came through Richmond last capitalists 11 Gets Fired general commendation but positive state- Â¬ Jbtideiiee at Cor Main ami Tales Creek week on their way to Bealtyville Avenue J II ments If all this is untrue how grosity City Times says Things The Kansas juoe22tf UiftRI 14VU and criminally neglectful the press of this Capt John M Riddell of Irvine is in were very interesting at the meeting of State then was in making such positive Richmond having been down to Cynthi the ministers alliance this morning DR statements about the great financial abili Â¬ ana in attendance on the Commandcry The extensive dealers in After the devotional exercises Rev John Offers lite professional services to the ty any close attention to the duties of his Bretreton read a paper on Child Train- Â¬ pulitic The Canadian Pacific proposes building ing office of a man who they now say was When he had finished Dr J B lower Main Ofnee in dreg store on - a line to Alaska by which a vast mineral GBflts july27 ly criminally neglectful of duty at that time Street Kiehnioml Ky Young of Grand Avenue Methodist timber and grain region will be opened If they didnt know why didnt they find church defended the educational and proout Could anything be more criminally W T SEXSMITII M D Mr C M Taylor who has been so bationary system of his church and Dr Careless and wicked than for the press of journing at Arrowsmith Illinois has re Neale of the Central Presbyterian church PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Kentucky to make such endorsement of a turned to his former home near Red said that he would give more for a boy WHITE HALL KY man on the eve of re election when they who knew the ioS answers in the cate at No 104 West Main Street Iloue knew absolutely nothing as to the manner Offers hie profct tonal services to the Richmond 3vy have received Heavy loads of timber for trestles are chism than for one brought up in all the atig17 iyr public in which his duties were performed swill from Boston to the Rio Grande A daily passing through Richmond for the their Wasnt it careless lying of the very worst little meek faced man who was sitting in B One of the trestles beyond RNI CORNELISON Ah but the point is they did kind one corner of the room then arose and J the river is to be fifty feet high TROGRAM know and the whole State knew that the addressing Chairman J M Cromer in a KENTUCKY in 5 RICHMOND WEDNESDAY MOKNINC Dr CrS Holton returned last week pleasant but weak voice he said 930 OCLOCK O H Chenault Richmond Emperor Auditors Department was tun with an Practicing Physician from a visit to his grandfather in Mason Judging from the words spoken in the Opening Exercises Music and Prayer Wilkes b c by Wm L dam Pilot Anna energy and ability such as had never be- Â¬ services to the oilers his profession county The old gentleman is up in the opening exercises I think there are some Address of Welcome C W Boone John B Chenault Richmond Lena C fore been infused into it And Fayette 28- public here who are longing for a better spirit- Â¬ Response John O Rust and it is much larger than they 8os and suffers with a fractured leg Presidents bf by Egalite dam Sallie Lby Harry Hewitts winning card in the last election quite as much as his popularity was the ual growth and for purer lives I feel Annual Address Busi Â¬ Wilkes Miscellaneous have ever before handled But DR S M Deatherage record of the masterly manner in which Phillips Richmond A spectator asked Mike Buckley what happy to be able to tell them how they ness The Best Means to Secure Local their prices are no larger than be Inis gr f by Lumps dam by Administra Â¬ his duties had been performed lie was digging that hole out for and Mike can obtain this There is now one on Taxation to Supplement the State Fund We have PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON fore They have not had a mere machine in the Auditors answered that he was digging out the dirt the earth who can give them this blessing J H Morton L II Paxton J J Lozier tor RICHMOND KENTUCKY Owings Harrodsburg Bon Â¬ office Look at the Hewitt Revenue Law Smith and leaing the hole This is no chestnut The Rev George J Schweinfurth Grade Recent Educational Lit- Â¬ Geo D Free Oflksf iu Smith RuiWing mi Main Young and Dr Morris were on erature R II Carothers Miss A M nie Wilmore dam by Imp Bonnie Scot which replenished the offices of the State Dr JHiily Street OF The Railroad Company have dennined their feet in an instant with protests land when it was in an almost bankrupt condi- Â¬ and Hicks upon the kind of bridge to be built across under the storm protests HJ Darst Stanford Stella grfby tion Was that the work of a man ne- Â¬ the little man WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 1 130 OCLOCK of D M H Abdallah Glencoe dam Fannie by Ho glectful of the duties of his office it was completely lost to view the Kentucky river at Tates Creek Was Rev Dr Call to Order Deferred and Miscella- Â¬ gans jlenry and SURGEON the public could wish Their will be entirely of iron and will cost over Hays of the Second Presbyterian church neous Business PHYSICIAN that that conceived in criminal carelessness and Â¬ Kentucky Normal McKee Traynor and French Richa hundred thousand dollars the contract said negligence line of GENTLEMENS I ask you preachers to witness RICHMOND KY Past Present and Future Mal Use Ben b f by Estill Eric mond has been let and work will begin imme- Â¬ that I hereby serve notice on that man School To take up the third point The Aud- Â¬ Office iu Smith Building on Main Hon A L Peterman County and dam B H Ncalec marc diately OUT Street forbidding him to come to the meetings State Exposition of School Work itors conduct in the Tate matter is not in- Â¬ L The Irvine Stakes too added by the Special ttltefltioii given to Mieroseop In the Cumberland Presbyterian As at my church He or some of his people W Galebreath T excusable It is what would have been foals of 1S85 J Curry Sections Association for wl Cttemkinl examinations of ieal sembly at Kansas City the annual report hate been at several of our meetings and meet at the conduct of probably every man in the oclock Sections report at mile heats best 3 in 5 of the human body 230 VfMe aixl flttkls of the Board of Ministerial Relief was read if they come again I shall have a police- Â¬ Pence Farris Stanford Pence br g State who is now abusing him The law 330 oclock Suuetf defines the duties of the Auditor in regard It shows that offerings were received dur- Â¬ man there to arrest them by Runziedam Almont Forest WEDNESDAY EVENING 8 OCLOCK ing year from 116 of the 119 Presbyteries Dr Morris of the Lydia Avenue Meth Â¬ Talton Shanks Richmond Flora A to the Treasurer Gen Hewitts prede- Â¬ DR C S Federal Aid to Public Schools Ad Â¬ The same m of the church and from 1176 congrega- odist said is especially full cessors had placed a liberal construction I will be my own policeman b m by Limber Jim dam by Denmark Physician and Surgeon Congress and Buttons Homeopathic dresses by Hons A S Berry W M Also Goat tions The total receipts of the year are and will take that man by the hair and Phil Roberts Richmond Hylas Jr upon the law and he merely followed the Richmond Kentucky Kangaroo Both customs of his predecessors in office It 9507 a gain of 3667 ocr last car invite him out of doors if he comes to the Beckner sor s by Hylas dam Ericson M HrishtV CMBce over I Hor- e- to ami THURSDAY MORNING 9 oCOCK MSAttlo-UWn-11 Seventy four applications for aid have Lydia Avenue church again hetot allton Jno Davis Walnut Hill Lulie B b m was wrong undoubtedly but it was not given to dtoeafceKfceg h women sihi n tiim Opening Exercises Deferred and Mis- Â¬ by Betterton dant Kate inexcusable and would have occured with Rev B B Fullerton said that he had lnUnte fronted at a dts Freieh ami American Call been granted A resolution was offered cult ehnisie cae Uim Mid Homeopathic medicines Mwt to How to Secure by Dr W B Farr proposing that the almost broken up the young peoples cellaneous Business McKee Traynor Richmond Bob any other man Democrat or Republican mayM ly auyaddra Public Sentiment in Favor of Better Baker br s by Hambletonian Membrino under the same circumstances More- Â¬ The new and popular Ooze Calf General Assembly hereafter shall not meeting at the Cumberland church accept gratuitous entertainment but that over in Gen Hewitts testimony he docs When the air had cooled and the meet- Â¬ Schools Judge W M Beckner B S dam thorpughbred GIBSON DR H R with Tanfox the Presbyteries provide for the boarding ing adjourned a reporter of The Evening Ringo C II Dietrich E W Weaver not apply the term inexcusable to that Surgery Practitioner in Medicine of their communicants News talked with the little man who A Southern Association R N Roark A TALK ABOUT TDK PRICES OF CATTLE but to a specific error made by himself and 51 50 RED HOUSE KY F L Kern W H Bartholomew H said The cattle men who are feeding at the Secretary of the State at one of the Whoop Em Up Normal Schools What Wc My name is SFord and I am pastor Boring THEY HAVE ALL THAT the distilleries are in a bad way One settlements with Mr Tate The Climax is in receipt of a red hot of the Church Triumphant which holds Need and How to Get It Hiram Rob- Â¬ If there has ever been an honorable BURNAM communication from a gentleman at meetings every Thursday afternoon at erts A W Mell J B Secrest J H gentleman who has a large herd on his honest incorruptible statesman like man Afford Weeden Estill county The subject of The declares that lie will sell any hand the residence of Mrs S A Ward 2534 McConothy n oclock Election of Dis- Â¬ day at a lost ot 2000 on his purchase connected with the government of this his effort is the Irvine Eagles correspond- Â¬ Euclid Avenue We believe that the trict officers RICHMOND KENTUCKY Freuch Medium and Common ents at Winston and Blue Bank It is aud subsequent expenses aud has fears State Gen Hewitt is all of these things THURSDAY AFTERNOON Â¬ is Rev George J Schweinfurth of Rock 130 OCLOCK Rur Sense heels in Oxford Ties Low AR OFFICE with C F that his loss will be even heavier But it a dangerous thing to be a poputoo long for reproduction here It leads ford 111 is the Christ which the other lar idol and Republics arc ungrateful Call lo order June 22 It What shall be the Oilier feeders are not so blue about nam on First Street Buttons Newport Ties and Brazon off in this wise the So it is For some time I have churches believe is yet to come and that Relation Between the S T A and the that Fayette Hewitt after a life Adonis Buckles situation but most of them will be well known that there were a few ignorant Mrs D A Bcekman is his spiritual National Association A H Beals W pleased if they come out even at the full of honor to Kentucky as a soldier as A SULLIVAN people in Estill county and I now believe a statesman as a citizen is to be retired mother and is the woman spoken of in B Wylie Geo O Miller Civics T that the most ignorant in the world are the 12th chapter of Revalations I came M Goodnight A M Toomey Milton end of the season There has been a from the service of the State he has serv Â¬ steady decline iu cattle during the past the Winston and Blue Bank correspond- Â¬ to this city in 187 1 and was a member of Johnson Sections meets at 230 oclock RICHMOND KENTUCKY year aud bottom figures have not yet ed so nobly in every capacity not because Then he rips them up the Congregational church Mrs Beek report ents of the Eagle his character bears the faintest stain but THEY HAVE THE 330 oclock ou First etreet same as OFFICE been reached if the present indications the back several simes and leaves them man converted me to the new faith in 18S1 because the people must have a scape- Â¬ THURSDAY EVENING 8 OCLOCK formerly occupied by County Judge are fulfilled for dead Obituaries next week oct6 ly Knox Stetson Miller The church in this city is called Sardis Oue man who has been hideutified goat to stand in place of the traitor who is Address by and has about fifty members with the cattle interests in tlia way of beyond their reach Versailles Sun and FRIDAY MORNING 9 OCLOCK Paris and Waco CS There are probably half a dozen distillery feeding for twenty years says Drew A Paris special of recent date says Â¬ churches in the country that accept the Opening Exercises Deferred and Mis- Â¬ that cattle are lower than at anv time A New Kind of Insurance cellaneous Business Manual Training both hard and soft A Full Line of John W Wilcox of this city has on ex- Rockford preacher as Christ his knowledge and that less Has been put in operation by the man- Â¬ and Industrial Education F L Kern within hibition at C F Didlakcs store samples RICHMOND ICY ot pottery clay and white sand brought W H Batholomew What if any Con- Â¬ money will be made this year on feed Â¬ ufacturers of Dr Piercee medicines Wonders of tho Camera and OfHee on Second Street jtne 22 tf from Waco Madison county There are stitutional Amendments do we need when ing than ever before More money His Golden Medical Discovery The peculiar rythmical eflects which the State shall enter upon the Business of was paid for cattle than they were Favorite Prescription are sold by thousands of acres of this clay and sand S in that neighborhood It has been an- accompany discharges of powder and Repairing the Present One McHenry worth aud the continued decline has druggists under the manufacturers posincluding Monarch Shirts E W alyzed by chemists who 6ay it will make of nitroglycerine compounds have Rhoads S P Albritton Samuel L made it impossible for profit to be itive guarantee Either benefit or a OT glass as fine as the imported French plate been elaborately investigated by the Roulhac Importance of County Libra Â¬ made on them He attributes the con- Â¬ complete cure is thus attained or and Coon Collars and Cuffs money paid lor these medicines is re-Â¬ aid nf photography It has also been ry and Museum RICHMOND KY glass and there is nothing in the United W H Grove J W3 dition of the market to the combina- Â¬ NECKWEAR IN PROFUSION States to equal it The colors are white suggested that careful photographs Raisor B C Gardner II oclock Elec- Â¬ tions effected in the large cattle cen- Â¬ turned The certificate or guarantee OHlce corner Main and First streets taken of steel and timber just at the tion of officers ter as at Chicago by which Keutuoky given In conuection with sale of these up btairs over Ratnseyi Gloves in great variety An as- Â¬ red yellow and blue and is very pure aud other standard cattle are forced into medicines is equivalent to a policy of not a mote to be seen in it A company point of rupture under a breaking load FRIDAY AFTERNOON 130 OCLOCK sortment of Silk and Linen Hand Â¬ would conduce to our knowledge of the The Golden Medical Dis competition with Western herds which insurance has been formed at this point and der- Â¬ Call to order What Changes if any Original Designs kerchiefs cost comparatively nothing on foot covery cures all humors and blood ricks have been put up to bore for natural complicated subject of elacticily The lightning flash can be Investi- Â¬ have we to recommed to the next Legis- where they are raised the principal taints from whatever conse arising Hosiery of Grade gas to run the factory ture in regard to our School Laws H gated Dr Koeing in a recent com- Â¬ OF ARTISTIC expense being in shipping them to skin and scalp diseases scrofulous Â¬ munication lo the Physical Society of T Bradford E A Gullion Thos Hun- Chicago Here they are dressed and sores and swellings The Favorite UMBRELLAS in silk and other Circuses Miscellaneous Bus Â¬ ter T F Birkhead cures all those derange- Â¬ goods with assorted handles shipped to nil poluts of the country Prescription There is a circus now on an average of Berliu states that lie has photograph- iness Closing Exercises Public School Elegant line of Shirt Jewelry about once a week but the Inter State ed a caonon ball which was moving at Section R L Garrison Chairman until the Chicago meat cau be sold by ments and weaknesses peculiar to Commerce law is so exacting as to rates a rate of 1200 feet per second The ball 41 40 butchers in any town accessible by rail women that the outfit is necetsarily small and was projected in front ot a while screen WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 130 OCLOCK at a les3 rate than can be beef Dont hawk hawk and blow blow The Province of the Public School the show consequently poor In all and occupied one fortieth of a second slaughtered within two miles of difgusting everybody but use Dr in Us passage Marey has photograph Â¬ J T Gaines Miss Emau T Gasner where probability the circus will after a while it was raised For the It Is Uniformity of sake of cheaper meat the peo Â¬ Sages Catarrh Remedy be a mere memory among the older ed the motions of limping people and Miss Edith Ingalls people People who abominate the circus has thus given surgeons the materials Text Books for County and State Desir Â¬ ple buy this stale stuff and the result is Mexico California will possibly lh c to sec their error When or a study of lameuew It Is Bald able George A Yates W C Hall that the cattle raisers and local feeder The Semi Monthly Excursions of the a great big lummux of a boy half as big moreover that photography often re THURSDAY AFTENOON 330 OCLOCK run the risk of certain loss especially as the court house drops his dime novel veals incipient eruptive diseases which Grading for Public Schools C II as has been the case Ibis year when Queen Crescent Route still continue to be a popular feature of this line ON WEDNESDAY WAY 29th and rushing to his mother asks in all we not visible to the eye Photographs Dietrich Miss Nora Stark J W Marion they are combined agaiust by Armour These excursions are equipped with Say ma what is an elephant taken by flash powders of the human How to Enlist Pupils and Patrons in and those of his ilk seriousness The gentlemau thinks that the only Tourist Sleeping Cars and families 1SS0 atSocIook P M following Im Â¬ anyhow and what is a camel and what pe showing it dilated in the dark School Work E W Weaver Walter mediately upon Mrs Mary Coleys is a circus too ma Oh ma Ive just give the occullst a new method of Hurst Election of Chairman for next remedy is legislative action It can be going to their new homes find this a vale I will tell comfortable route and the cost of a read where something called an elephant studying the enlarged pupil Prof year Closing Exercises Superintend shown that a large proportion of the Chicago and other refrigerated meats berth iu these sleepers Is but nominal got mad and threw a trunk at a thing John Trowbridge hhha May BcrJbner ents Section C B Motl Chairman are unwholesome and in mauy cases they are supplied with Matresses Pil Â¬ called a camel and the camel hump WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON 230 OCLOCK That Tired Feeling positively deleterioua and State Legis lows Blankets and Sheets but one ed himself and run over half the Examination and Certification of latures and especially the Keutucky change is necessary and that at New - people in the circus and hurt a lot of em Season is here again and nearly every one One sdiwiinj Mrs- Cey Estill AveA Gullion J C feels tue 35x206 feet one corner Main und and scattered tilings generally Then blood weak languid and exhausted The Teachers E W II Daugherty Glenn Legislature would be justifiable iu pro Â¬ Orleans In the morning To the pleas J H hibiting the sale of such meat If this ure seeker the delights of a trip over ladened with impurities which have W O Jones Armer Htreelij and the other comer the mother will explain that when she Qualification Necessary for is done cattle values will be placed on this route is all that can be desired by HilMiale and Armer Stieete each was a little girl the circus used to come been accumulating for months moves Morton 50x100 feet with 8 foot alley Sale County Superintendents S P Albritton a fair fooling but if things remain as the connolseurof scenic effect This around every summer and her papa sluggishly through the veins the mind positive fails to think quickly and the body is Chairman H B Wheeler W H Grove they are more thorough demoralization route Is through theBlue Glass Region always took her to see the animals not TERMS Lien note 7 per cent due that he wanted to go himself and while still slower to respond HooJs Sarsapa P P Hinkle will ensue and the live stock producer of Kentucky over the famous High two four ami Ms monlhs Eqnu pay Â¬ It is in a THURSDAY AFTERNOON 230 OCLOCK will be forced into other avenues of Bridge spanning the Kentucky River there they sometimes looked at women rllla is just what is needed ments or cash purchasers option School Visitation and Supervision gaiu aud the dealer aud feeder will be along the shore of the Emory River stand on a running horee jump through peculiar sense the ideal spring medicine D R FORMAN 49 50 Bound the base of Lookout Mountain It purifies vitalizes and enriches the Thos Hunter R H Caldwell W O como unknown a hoop and watch men turn somersaults Wort The principal feeders at the distill through the cotton iields of Alabama Valuation of In Â¬ and do many other wonderful things blood makes the head clear creates an Jones C W Boone and Associations John A Bogle Jeriesl each having from 2S0 to 600 and Mississippi to New Orleans where feeling ELECTION while a funnily dressed fellow called a appetite overcomes that tired vigpr to stitutesGardner AND BC and imparts new strength and John W Rakor L P head are Henry Overstreer Jame connection is made with the overland clown worked off all sorts of chestnuts Loney Election of Chairman for next Snyder EH Cox Sylvester Monarch express For further Information ad Â¬ the whole bodr 48 51 LOVSST 00SWIS5SOT 23IC3S RWimond and to make the people laugh and that papa StooklwJdHrp f aud Tom Bryant The feeder referred dress D G Edwabds G P T A voar Closing Exercises Bunie Mill Turnpike Vunpaiiv nri awa7S satfit was dreadfully naughtv to The good opinion of the public in 42- lo ubove has no more than an average Cincinnati O Hit Minimi election ir Vve Iimvk the trade in CVntral heren iioUAVd tlmi regurd to Ayers Cherry Pectoral is As to who but the bull of the bridge herd and If his estimate of his indivi for officers or the comjwn will Iw held j lucky ami jjiwraulee sail faction Hi Siimnnn Mmp near The railroad is rushing things between enemies Hoods Sarsapa- - confirmed by clergymen lawyers pub- - we oant tell unless It was lie fellow dual loss Is even approximately correct Vf Write fcv jcw mid luforma niulnd lmpureood The latter lie fpeakerH ami HCturs All say It is thfwouIdiit use Canters Magic the aggregate of the dump on cattle here and Richmond pretty lively and l of work before ordering any Jtle r - mod- the bpst remedy for aflections of the Chicken Ouuiera Cure Said no cure feeding this ypar iu this section will be work will begin near town wi h iho nwnlliimj SB lUWJIIV MCV W if ADAMS ALBIN CORNELISON SON lai Prter8 It very heavyOwensboro Messenger It no pay by Stockton s Brooks Democrat It throat nud lungs lelne Presideut 13 47 50 ia Lexusoton Ky WILKES SMITH Dental -- j w Cathartic - TJ Ayers Pills 0 Â¬ FOSTER I 3 PA PHIL ROBERTS k to Fnimsli- -- Sboes Â¬ iMMHats F Spring and Summer StoclL The Richmond Fair Trotting Stakes Stalo Teachers Annual Association The yearling stake has eight nomina- Â¬ To be held at Winchester Ky Wed Â¬ stake eleven the nesday Thursday and Friday June 26th tions the five six the All Special notice 1889 27th 2SU1 Richmond Hotel Stakes for yearlings railroads in the State will give reduced fare to the Association but those attend Â¬ 100 added J mile heats best in 3 B II Neale Richmond Venice b f ing must procure certificates from agents by Vatican dam unknown from whom tickets are purchased OTtcers Richmond 5 Light Waller Benrtett President J J Glenn Madtsonville Vice President W M Beckner Win Hall b c by Vatican dam Nell O II Chenault Richmond Catch Secretary R II Carothers chester Louisville Treasurer Hiram Roberts Penny br c by Abdalbrino dam by Louisville Editor E A Gullion Car Smuggler Flor- Â¬ G W Deatherage Richmond rollton Assistant Editor Miss Maggie Subjects ence b f by Bud Crooke dam by Whites Bussabarger Todds Point Address of Lexington and leaders of discussion Harry Phillips Richmond Pecks C W Boone Response to Welcome Bad Boy b c by Bourbon Wilkes dam Address of Welcome John O Rust The Best Means to Secure Local Taxa- Â¬ W A Rmsell Danville Springday tion to Supplement the Stale Fund J b f by C F Clay dam Saratoga by New Recent Educational Litera- Â¬ York II Morton C T Worthington Danville Kaoline Kentucky Nor-ture R A Carothers mal Schools Past Present and Future j b c by C F Clay dam Belle by Stock- County and cricge jjukc Hon A L Peterman McKee State Exposition of School Work L W Traynor Richmond Rich- Â¬ How to Procure Public mond Wilkes b c by John Wilkes dam Galebrealh Sentimeut in Favor of Better Schools by son of Whirlwind A Southern Judge W M Beckner The Madison County Stakes for Normal R N Roark Association 100 added mile heats best What We Need and How to 2 in 3 Schools B II Neale Richmond Vannctt ch f What Shall be Get It Hiram Roberts Between the S T A and by Vatican dam Red Wilkes the Relation McKee Traynor Richmond Min- Â¬ A II Beals the National Association nie B b f by John Wilkes dam by Hum- Â¬ M Goodknight Civics Manual T Training and Industrial Education F bug Same Belmont Wilkes br c by Bel- Â¬ L Kern What if any Constitutional Amendments do we need when the State mont dam by George Wilkes C Q Woolnaugh Lexington Tampa shall enter upon the Business of Repair Â¬ b f by Florida dam by Ashland Chief ing the present one McHenry Rhoads T O Forman Lexington Casey S Importance of County Library and Mu Lumps dam by Lexington Chief seum W II Grove What Changes if b f by John B Chenault Richmond Harrys any have we to recommend to the next Legislature in regard to our School Girl ch f by Egalite dam by Curtis Ham Public School bletonian Laws II T Bradford Phillips Richmond Deatherage The Providence of the Public Milt b c Section by Vatican dam by Whites Is Uniformity of Shool J T Gaines Hambletonian Text Books for State and County Desira Â¬ W C French Richmond Bennett H Grading for Young b c by John Wilkes dam by ble George A Yates C H Dietrich School How to Enlist Frenchs Hambletonian Pupils and Patrons in School Work E B C Potts Richmond Harry Holley W Weaver Superintendents Section b c by Vatican dam Lucy West Examination and Certification of Teach- Â¬ W B White Richmond Ed Bishop Qualification b c by John Wilkes dam Miss Sallie Gullion ers EA W T Deatherage Richmond Fannie School Visitation and Cooper bf by unknown dam unknown S P Albritton Value of Supervision Thos Hunter Richmond Commercial Club Stakes Institutes and Associations John A Ioo added by the Association for Bogle foals of 1SS6 mile heats best 3 three-year-old four-year-o- ld Â¬ three-year-ol- FAYETTE IIEWITT JUST ARRIVED OUE SECOND STOCK OE othing Hats Furnishin g Goods AND TRUNKS ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN FOB THE SPUING AND STJMMEE Suits Hats Underwear and Flannel Shirts Having bought late we can sell them at Mil Less Than Former Prices I We have all sizes from the smallest boy to the largest man Call and see our line before you luy Mothers will find the Handsomest Line of opened in Kichmond We have Shirt Waists in summer flannel chevoit percal etc See our elegant line of Childrens Suits and Shirt Waists ever HATS FOB MEN AND BOYS WE ABE AGENTS FOR THE LETCHER lYery and Variety LARGEST MERCHMT TAEORII HOUSE W BRIGHT BOOTS SHOES in this country HOLTON HIGH LACED CALF SKIN SHOES Large line of Samples from which we make SUITS TO ORDEE and guarantee a fit at from 15 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¬ STOUFFERS 45- - First Street Oldest Clothing Hoase in Richmond fLDIES5S30E Best Markets RODBSDALE THE RODESDALE ADDITION IS NOW ON THE MARKET WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE NONE ELSE NEED APPLY LOTS Aito2ner J ET at laawj Twenty Six Lots 51x251 Feet Will be sold on following terms Twenty Five Dollars cash balance in install Â¬ ments of 160 on Saturday of each week to be paid to Dr W G WhiteSeere tary of the Richmond B L Corporation who will receipt for the money No interest will be charged on the purchase money nntil after the expiration of 14 months from date of sale thereafter 6 per cent will be charged ou the pur- Â¬ chase money remaining unpaid By this method parties can buy and pay for a good lot at a small price ou easy terms without interest and free ot city tax Any young man in Richmond can buy one or more of these lots and pay for it without feeling the burden In the very near future this property will be worth much more than it is now selling at The city Is rapidlv extending in that di- Â¬ rection and will ultimately absorb Rodesdale For further Information eall on W G White E W Wiogiks or Stephen D PARKtsrr Richmoud Ky 48- Attorney at laawj POWELL IN HATS Harwick Austin Attorney at W Xaaw GENTS Attorney at Hew and MOBERLEY Furnishing - Goods Â¬ Â¬ aa BERKLEY GUTHRIE k WATSON 1- Every xjs x ijfo Toiar SECOND GRAND DISPLAY OF Foreign Dress Fabrics and High Novelties for Spring and Summer Wear French Ohallies in Oriental and Hand Painted De- Â¬ signs Choice Shades in Henrietta Cloths with Iri- Â¬ descent and Persian Trimmings MOfiUME IS In Granite and Marble Â¬ Town Lot Sale PAEIS NOVELTY DEESS STUFFS Brochet Stripe and Side Band Effects Mohair and Woolen Dress Goods in Endless Variety OHITNT iSL Brocade Silks Lupins Celebrated Henrietta Cloths Armure Drap de Alma Tamise and Whip Cords Lupins Plain and Striped Nuns Veiling and Mohair Draping Nets Chantilly Laces and Grenadines XNTDXa STT1SS WHITE GOODS DEPARTmEHT 33LC3 The very best Black Silk ever made into a Dress SHSS ZaOES Â¬ Â¬ Dress Making in all of its Branches SSELE7 GUTHEIE 45 52 WATSOK Only apM lEyais latent Potfiole D1BCEB NiS TRAKSPUNTEB EARTH fiFAiDj or MamU of U9 Ihm woBtlerful AGENTS TVAJtYED First Class HSllD Lteht Staple Strong and Effectire made and can te used la any kind oi son no matter tow tUcky with perfect ease It Uius possese great adTaa tho- mar-Â¬ tagEgcver all other diggers ket WKhttamancan easily dfar SCO UflT It isexceeatarlv to 400 boles light ret Terr grossly made aad war ranted Price L Tt Caer thlnn la Xtar si tkrlliix oaLuJ tad Sv- rentrwned diteovsrlafl krm PHftfcdtn EarUsh an IGttnaia rtlHamttUoiUL 1 TURNPIKE trfttrd ihm nnl efLMtita TUvvms Aa22Al20Qr7QS cimln aaJ extra ms ages- - yfl jrUaIIbli K MrqAHIf to c I ri fiy aft Ilffl iSvita iSOrfiS Â¬ tr a Ir11 Â¬ j fi KTEISc is KQHsne I nb sad eu uufot or I Nt Sam mre n cuu Tor twtkp sa wr w 9irvn awawwer fv Fef JciWkbi CiiCi Cwff COFFE5 MAI A aoTr a cat ac tTen vT tur- Duri UumriDK n ixvit a- PERFE - tretl 42 21 T 1 ii nTr w g-nwr aic53Byyiwc- - T THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON rUBUSHEl THEYLL SEE IT FINALLY its growth This is the church to which Elder J A Gano preached for sixty years P Williamson dedicat Rev C ed a church at Augusta Bracken found He county on the 18th and raised a debt of 93 tooo with which to liquidate it He will ded icate a church near Wilmore fessamine county the second Sunday in June Elder C P Williamson of Richmond asttsted by the pastor of the church Elder George Darsie closed a most in- Â¬ teresting and successful protracted meet Â¬ ing at the Christian church in Frankfort last week During the first two weeks services there were fifty persons old and young who profcs5ed religion and desired to unite with the church The Conference Committee report on co operation was adopted after modi fication by the General Assembly of the Northern Prcsbj terian church This action was telegraphed the Southern As Â¬ sembly at Chattanooga and after a confidence and discussion the modifications w ere concurred in and the report adopted This means that the Northern and Southern Presbyterian churches will hereafter co operate in certain kinds of missionary work Courier Journal Gipsy Smith the English evangelistf who has been meeting with phenomenal success began a protracted meeting at Trinity Dr Howard Hendersons church Cincinnati Saturday Twelve years ago while a wandering gipsy he was converted and from that start exhib ited a weired pow cr in attracting attention to the Goitpel whose claims he presents with singular smplicity and sweetness He has gathered for himself at Hanly England a church of 2500 members and his converts ate numbered by the thous sands He is a genuine Gypsy and a liv Â¬ ing monument of the power of the gospel to save Commercial Gazette Our meeting closed last Thursday night after a continuance of a little more than two weeks Bro C P Williamson edi tor in chief of the Guide did all the preaching To say it was charmingly done is to draw it mildly He captured both the Frankfort church and the Frank- Â¬ fort community from the start He has the rare art of presenting our distinctive teaching clearly and forcibly without driwng away those who may differ from him His preaching in general is charac- Â¬ terized by four admirable qualities viz simplicity winningness earnestness and strength From the beginning the inter- Â¬ est grew and it kept growing to the close Responses to the inv itation began at his fourth sermon and continued without a break till the end There were in all forty six additions forty three by confes- Â¬ sion It was in many Jespects the best meeting the Frankfort church ever had There were more persons added than were ever before added atone time Geo Darsie in Apostolic Guide May 24th Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ POLITICAL COMMENTS -- Editor ST EVERY WEDNESDAT Th9 Climax Printing Wii G Co White Chas S Powell PRICE PER YEAR 29 150 1889 WEDNESDAY MAY JIEETIXU OF DEMOCRATIC COMMITTEE t Members ot the Democratic Com inittee ef Madison county are requested to meet Ih the Grand Jury Room of tlie Court House in Riclimond Ky oti SalHniav June 1st S0 at oclock X to couKHlnr important business A full attendance is requested r 11 D C iibnault ChairuiHii Â¬ Mr Robert Lincoln was presented to the Queen on Saturday The closed llaj lian with war is said to have the insurgents as victors build a bridge across the Mississip pi river at New Orleans A proposition is pending to Â¬ Mr John Barrett of Louisville was nominated for State Treasur- Â¬ The Prohibitionists as a party will sooner or later open their eyes to the fact that Prohibition in the form of a political party and prohibition in the form of a moral principle are two separate and distinct institutions Prohi- Â¬ bition as a party is a harrow that desiros possession of the Government field Prohibition as a principle is one tooth that might be made one of a multiplicity of teeth in either the big Democratic or Republican harrow A comb with one tooth would be about as effective on the head of a boy with many foreign substances ami other things in his hair as the Prohibition party with its one principle would be in possession of tne Government Commenting on the Massachu- Â¬ setts election that defeated the Prohibition amendment to the constitution the Christian Union a great religious newspaper of New York says Prohibitionists should have learned by this time that all temperance men are not total abstainers that all total abstainers and prohibitionists are not that all prohibitionists are not in favor of constitutional prohibione-toothe- d Â¬ Â¬ The Harrison motto of White Servanta for tho White House will not be used as a campaign cry south of the Ohio Louisville Courier Journal The missions to China Persia and Turkey are still to bo filled and Webb Hayes Jamie Garfield and Allen Arthur not yet provided fori Wash Â¬ ington Critic It begins to look as If the Presi dent didnt propose to divide and con Â¬ quer the solid South with tho plums at his disposal The only mission it has got so far is on omission Boston Herald If Mr Halstead had consulted so experienced a poultry man as his friend Rutherford B Hayes the latter would have told him that one of tbe strongest traits of a chicken is a tend Â¬ ency to come homo to roost Chicago Herald Mr Harrison is heartily desir- Â¬ ous of annexing Cuba It would make a lot of new offices and five thousand racing Republicans could bo sent to the island before the stamping out of the yellow fever should begin Louis Â¬ ville Courier JournaL Consul General News descrip- Â¬ tion of his position as a place with Â¬ out any frills but with much swag is graphic but is hardly wise So truth- Â¬ ful and appropriate an adaptation of WE KNEW T - IT WAS BOUND TO ZETOTimiTG- OOTJLID ZFIRIErVIEnsrT IT The Great Upheaval Has Taken Place H J STMG HAS BEEN EXPECTING IT FOR SOME LITTLE TIME 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 We waited for an opportunity It came in the shape of to get rid of them They had to he sold A GREAT UPHEAVAL We Â¬ Â¬ were on the spot and took advantage of it Kow look IN PRICES carefully at the result Strengs Upheaval Prices Ladies Hose worth 12 cents now 10 cents Ladies Lisle Thread Hose worth 30 cent9 now 28 cents Ladles Lisle Thread Hose worth 35 cents now 25 cents Ladies Fast Black Hose worth 50 cents now 40 cents Ladle9 Fast Black Hose worth 65 cent now 50 cents Childrens Hose worth 12 cents now 10 cents Childrens Hose worth 40 cents now 25 eents Childrens Hose wortii 65 cent3 now 40 cents Mens Half Hose worth 35 cents now 20 eents Mens Half Hop worth 25 cents now 12 cents Mens Half Hose worth 40 cents now 25 ceHts Mens Half Hoe worth 50 cents now 35 cents Mens Half Hose worth 60 cents now 40 cents the burglars vocabulary to the spoils of politics should be avoided by tho Pittsburgh advocates of the system Dispatch Â¬ er by the Republican State vention on Wednesday Con- Â¬ tion RED HOUSE Gov Buckner Mr Carlisle and Slight suspicion exists that one of our Judge Lindsay have each declared not to be a candi- merchants will be married before the do their intention again date for tlw Senate This leaves days come Mr WiHiam Embree a native of this Senator Blackburn Hon Jas B McCreary and Hon Jas A Mc place but who has been absent probably Â¬ Neither mind nor body can act healthfully ifthe blood is vitiated Cleanse the vital current from imparities by the use of Ayers Soreaparilla This remedy purifies the blood recruits the wasted energiesand restores health to tbe debilitated system It Â¬ GREAT UPHEAVAL PRICES Strengs Upheaval Prices Good Calicoes wortii 6 cents now 5 cents Good Heavy Brown Cotton worth 6 cents now 6 cents Good Balteens worth 15 cents now 10 cents Good Bleached Cotton worth 10 cents now 8 cents Good Cottnnades worth 16 cents now 12 cents Balteens worth 20 cents now 15 cents Challies wortii 10 cents now 7 cents Best French Batteens wortii 35 cents now 30 cents Rerge Dress Goods worth 25 cents now 15 cents 38 inch Henriettas worth 35 cents now 25 cent 40 Inch all wool Henriettas worth 75 cents now 50 cents Handsome Beiges wortii 30 cents now 20 cents Dress Ginghams worth 10 cents now 8 cents All linen Towels worth 12 cents now tjj cents STRENGS UPHEAVAL PRICES IN CLOTHING Mens Back Suits worth SC00 now S5 00 Mens Back Suits worth J 00 now 750 Mens Sack Suits wortii S1260 now 9 00 Menu Sack Suits worth 1500 now 1100 Mens Sack buiU wortii S18 00 now S1350 Mena Sack Suits worth 2000 now 1500 Mens Krock Suits worth 20 00 now 51500 Mens Sack Suits worth 22 50 now 1650 Mens Cutaway Suits worth 2250 now 16 Louisville By mover Tobacco Ware House Market Tobacco Kenzie the only probable starters in the race for that honor and the A new turnpike is about to be built light will be a very pretty one from the terminus of the Richmond and ShelbvvHle Sentinel Otter Creek pike to Doylcsville or Jack A CANTAL PAPER Â¬ tweBty five years is in Ocklahoma Dnrrett Louisville Â¬ sons Ferry Suckling mule colts hare sold the past week as follows F M Lutes one at SSj J D Butner one atJSo R C Boggs We read no newspaper in Kentucky with more interest than the two at 75 each Frankfort Capital Besides being Mr Elthu Bifigerstaff agent at this well put together pencilically speaking it k as newsy as a bar- place says that during last year one hunbershop or a sewing society Okl dred and seventy five cars of stock were man Johnson can lay it over most shipped from here of the boys yet regardless of age Mr EKhu BiggcrsiafF was up at Rich or looks mond the other Sunday to visit his parents Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ AX ABUSED MAX for the first time in three years He rarely eter leaves home except to go to the races or a camp meeting Fayette Hewitt State Auditor and the best one Kentucky ever had has received con siderable harsh ami unjust criti-ci-at the hands of several newspapers in the State Time will point out to these benighted fellows the error ot their way On our first page will be found an able article from the Versailles iun that sizes up the matter about Gen Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Â¬ Squire WiHiam Williams Jim Smith and Dan Harber have returned from a fishing in Estill county They caught a great quantity of fish and a big turtle the Squire says the biggest one he eyer saw right PHR THE CONFEDERATE HOME The Sentinel Democrat says that Gen Green Clay Smith is prepar ing a lecture which he proposes to deliver in various parts of the State for the benefit of the Con federate Home at Atlanta Ga The subject is Abraham Lincoln and there is no doubt that it will be interesting Gen Smith says he wants to do something for the disabled Confederates whom he fought against ami having no money he has adopted this plan to raie some money to be donated to the Home Sun Â¬ Â¬ 80 SOUTH YOUXG MAX The handwriting is upon the wall and nobody sees it plainer than James G Blaine In a recent speeeli he said According to the Statistical Record on the 1st of January 1SS9 there were stowed up in five of the New England States alone 176000000 begging for an in vestment loan of 2 to 3 per cent truly a perplexing condition You mst alter your fixed plans in trying to retain the manufactures of the United States for you cannot longer control it It is moving South The cows head has been turned round for a change and she is going to be fed and milked at lier home in the South You must pick up jour mone3 bags and mills and move South and build up with the van Â¬ Â¬ DEMOCRATS IX DAKOTA f Another desperate dash by the reel Whipple combination and Ramsey county will go Democratic says the Devils Lake Inter Ocean a Republican paper Dev ils Lake is one of the largest towns in the new State of North Dakota and will probably be the capital It is the county seat of Ramsey one of the largest and wealthiest counties in North Dakota The election for delegates to the convention developed a surprising Democratic strength Two out of three wards in Devils Lake went Democratic and the Inter Ocean thinks the county may soon go the same way The truth is that wheat grass and cattle do not need a high protective tariff and the farmers will soon see it Montana is Democratic North Dakota will be by the next presidential election and possibly South Dakota Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ CROOKED AGAIX The Winchester Democrat per- Â¬ sists in misrepresenting the R N I and B aitd its people On last Wednesday the Democrat stated that the R N I B officials were present in the County Court at Irvine on Monday in force and bitterly opposed the sub mission of the L C Vs propo Â¬ sition to the voters of Estill county to take 50000 stock in that road The County Judge who submit Â¬ ted the proposition the attorneys lor theL C V and the attorneys for the R N L B unite in sayÂ¬ ing that imj opposition whatever bv the officials of the R N L B or anybody else was offered to the submission of the proposition The Democrat seems to be the only one possessed of that information By the way it has utterly failed to publish our open letter to its editor even for pay at regular adÂ¬ vertising rates Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FARMERS Red House at last has pigs in CONCERNING clover but they are real pigs and real At tbe sale of Elmetidorf and Mc clover and all belong to Mr Samuel Grotblana yearlings in New York 83 Shearer Sr who has just passed his S9U1 head sold for 62300 an average of birthday and is about the livest man of 750 his age in Kentucky The difference between the tobacco A Sunday school was organized here buyers and the Louisville warehouse- Â¬ two weeks ago with Mr Ed Cosby as men have euded hi a victory for the Superintendent The first meeting occur- Â¬ latter red on Sunday and Miss Belle Bennett The wool clip of Montana bids fair to of Foxtown gave the school a most in Â¬ be one of the best and tbe total teresting and instructive talk product of wool the largest ever pro- Â¬ Dr II R Gibson was thrown from his duced Fully ten million pounds will bggy Friday evening and his foot hang Â¬ be the product of 18S9 to which add ing in the wheel he was consideiably the increased value of flocks bruised He never let go the lines or Mrs A H Ransom received a tele- Â¬ probably he would have been killed He Â¬ is now out seeing his numerous patients gram from her agent iu Chicago stating that be Las sold twenty acres of Mr Jacob Huguely went to Richmond laud for her nt 3000 per acre Mrs on Saturday for lire first time since Janu- Â¬ Ransom paid 500 per acre for the ary having had a long continued case of same laud a few years ago Lexing inflammatory rheumatism during one ton Transcript week of which time he was entirely help- Â¬ Capt E T Rochester has bought to less He kxiks as fat and hearty now as date 43000 bushels of the new crop of ever wheat to be deliyered at the Stanford Somewhere from a half to three quar- Â¬ Roller Mills st 70 to 75 cents most of it ters of a century ago the residents of this at the latter figures He will make no vicinity got into a way of building better further engagements at present as be residences than most of their neighbors only started out to buy 400 bushels had and in consequence half a dozen News brick houses stand hereabouts that were The mule colt market for this year erected in that enterprising age promises to be excellent several en- Â¬ Mitf Sallie Cobb and Miss Eulalic gagements having already been re- Â¬ Royce will be at home from Dr Poynters ported at prices between 90 and 100 school in Shelby vilte in a few days Prof and some of ibpm Lave been quite Tevis Cobb who has been teaching at close at the latter figure which is gen Â¬ Henderson for several years will shortly erally considered a very good price abandon the school room and after spend Â¬ Lawrenceburg News ing the summer here attend law school Winchester Court J A Ramsey Mr E T Powell the railroad con- Â¬ reports about 200 cattle on the market tractor who resides in Richmond secur- Â¬ The following sales were made Ten ed the contract for building the turnpike head good steers weight 1150 lbs 390 12 head good steers weight from the present terminus of the Rich per cwt 375 per cwt 43 fair steers mond and Otter Creek He is erecting a 1102 lbs 350 per cwt 12 fair camp at the old Abner Oldham place and weight 900 lbs will begin work on the new pike next steers weight 825 lbs 53 31 per cwt 8 fair steers weight 700 lbs 2280 per week 18 good steers weight 650 lbs Mr Allen Dcatherage Sr walks with head 23 85 per head All offerings sold a massive cane that is a perfect imitation There was a fair crowd in town on of a gigantic snake all wriggled up in a whole lot of different ways having a big Monday and business was reasonably fiat head and bright eyes A stranger good Farmers generaly wero Iu good comiBg along the other day thought he spirits over the improved crop pros- Â¬ was some kind of a snake charmer escap- Â¬ pect A rain which set in about noon ed from a circus drove tbe people from the streets and Waco may have natural gas but she interfered somewhat with the stock has no suspension bndge like Red House sales About 250 cattle were 011 tbe In fact Red House is the only place this market chiefly young slock and sold per pound A small side of Cincinnati that can boast of a steel at 3 to 3 J cents lot of 1200 pound cattle brought 385 wire suspension bridge It is a hundred feet long five feet wide and tenor fifteen per cwt Stock hogs were brisk at 4 feet above the water It is not a toll cents Georgetown Times bridge but free as free as the water that A horse that after shying reassures runs in the creek himself and makes no effort to get away hut calms down as soon as he perceives that he was falsely alarmed RELIGIOUS is pretty certain to make a safe beast A new Christian Church to cost 8000 Horses can be cured of shying only by tbe experience which they gain when is to be built at O wings ville carefully driven The practice of flogÂ¬ Services at the Episcopal church toging after tbe event besides being morrow ascension day at 1030 oclock cruel is an extremely unwise one But Rev J F Williams returned on Friday if the animal cannot be induced by from Lancaster His protracted meeting coaxing to pass a particular object tbe w hip must be used resulted in five addition When your steed stops from fright and refutes to go on Rev Dr Thomas Cummings of Vicks burg preached Sunday morning and it it a good plan to speak reassuringly to him nntl at the same time tap him niht at the first Presbi terian church gently with the whip as a reminder Rev Preston Blake will begin a pro 1 lint tliern W n riivi BP liolilnil hint tvliloh traded meeting at Bethel church Kings he must obey Horse Review ton Sunday in connection with the pas Deafness Cant Be Cured tor Elder James Rice By local application as they can not Two additions at the Christian church Sunday night one by restoration and reach the diseased portion of the ear one by confession This maVes thirty There is only one way to cure deafness and that is by constitutional remedies additions since January 1st Deafness is caused by an inflamed con The ordinance of Baptism will be ad Â¬ dition of the mucus lining of the ministered at thr Baptist church Sunday Eustachian Tube When this tube next Four candidates the result of the gets inflamed you iiave a rumbling recent protracted meeting await the or sound or Imperfect hearing and when diaancc it is entirely closed deafness Is tbe re There will be no servfae6 at the Pond eult and unless the lnfL imalion can be church next Sunday owing to the Bacca Â¬ taken out and this tube restored to Its laureate sermon at the Christian church normal condition hearing will be de Â¬ in thi6 citjProf llagerman will preach stroyed forever nine cases out of ten are caused by catairh which i noth m Louisville next Sunday ing but an inflamed condition of the The Hartford Theological Seminary mucus mrfucps has opened aH its courses to women on We will glye One Hundred Dollars the tame terms as for men It is the for any case of Deafness caused by first institution of the kind to undertake Catarrh that we can not cure by tak theological training for women ing Halls Cataeiui Cure Send The new Christian church at Leesburg i3end for circulars free was dedicated- - on Sunday Dr J G F J OHEMEY Chirm aged 92 was present - and told of Toledo Ohio the first organization of the church nd 4S 0 8Qld by Druggtets 75c Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sales on our market for the past week just closed amount to 2542 hhds with receipts for tbe same period 26G7 hhds Sales on our market since Jan- Â¬ uary 1st amount to 60858 hhds Sales of the crop of 1 888 to date amount to 55776 hhds With tbe exception of common dark trash the tone of the Burley market throughout tbe week has been very firm with an advancing tendency but we do not cousider it necessary to change quotations from a week ago hut present prices are nearer outside figures Some parts of the burley sec- Â¬ tion have been favored by more rain this week and the setting of tbe new 2150 crop is gradually progressing per 100 lbs was obtained this week for several hogsheads of burley of the crop oflSS8 The following quotations fairly rep resent our market on Burley tobacco Trash Dark and damaged tobacco 350 to 560 Colory Trash 550 to 850 Common Lugs not colory 500 to 700 Colory Lugs 8 50 to 1000 Common Leaf 800 to 1250 Medium to good leaf 1200 to 1800 18 00 to Select or wrappery leaf 2150 50 Boys Knits worth 750 now 600 Boys Suits worth 1500 now 750 Boys Suits wortii 13 00 now SI000 Childrens Knee Bulls worth 400 now 300 Childrens Knee Suits worth 600 now 1 50 Childrend Knee 8uits wortii 800 now 560 STRESSS GHEAT UPHEAVAL PRICES IN KID G LOVES The best 125 Kid Glove in America 75 cents Only a FEW DOZEN to be sold at this bow price Strengs Upheaval Prices Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Full Stock Brogans worlh 1 40 now 125 Button Shoes worth 200 now 50 Congress Gaiters worth 200 now 150 Calf Button Shoes worth 325 now S225 1 Strengs Upheaval Prices 40 cents now 25 cents 65 cents now 50 cents Gauze Vests wortii 65 cents now 50 cents Linen Collars worth 15 cents now 10 cents Ladies Linen Collars wortii 20cent9 now 35 cents Ladies Linen Handkerchiefs worth 12 cents now Si cents Ladles Linen Handkerohiefa wortii 20 cts now 12 cents Ladies Linen Handkerchief worth 30 cents now 20 cents Buching worth 15 cents now 10 cents per yard Ruching worth 25 cents now 15 cents per yard Buching worth 30 cents now 20 cents per yard Buching worth 40 centt now 25 cents per yard Strengs Upheaval Prices Flannel Over Shirts worth 85 cents now 65 eents Flannel Over Shirts worth 100 now 85 eente Flannel Over Shirts worth 175 now 16 Flannel Over Shirts worth 225 now S175 Flannel Over Shirts worth 250 bow 9200 Underwear at 63J cents on tiie dollar Hnts worth 75 cents now 50 cents Hats wortii 100 now 75 cents Mens Hals worth 150 now 100 Mens Hats worth 200 now 150 Mens Hats worth 250 now 200 Mens Hats worth 325 now 250 Mens Mena Mens Blens Mens Mens Mens Mens Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Jersey Fitting Vests worth Jersey Fitting Vests worth Local Produce Markets WEEKLY BY COVINGTON CORRECTED BRO GROCERS MAIN ARNOLD STREET RICHMOND KY Richmond Ky May 29th 1889 Calf Congress Gaiters worth 32 3 now 225 Ladles Kid Button Shoes wortii 200 now 1 50 Laales Kid Button Shoes worth worth 250 now 200 Ladies Kid Button Shoes wortii 300 now 223 Childrens Shoes wortii 75 cents now 50 cents Childrens Shoes wortii 100 now 75 cents Childrens Shoes worth 150 now 100 Beef Cattle Butcher- Hogs Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter Chickens Eggs 3J3sC 45c 140150 15c 1 Wheat Flour Uorn per barrel Hay per 100 lbs Oats in sheaf per 100 lbs Lard Tallow Beeswax - 50 I 3 8st 00 oo3 50 1 51 JS2 10c That you can 7 i52oc STRENGS GREAT UPHEAVAL PRICES MEAN go to his T store and buy MORE GOODS WITU A DOLLAR THAN YOU CAN AT ANY OTHER HODSE IN THE CITY FOR TWO you a few sample prices which will give you a fair idea of this Great Upheaval H We have only given 506o Feathers Meal - Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Clover Seed Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes Co75c 1 34 I5joc As also everything 3o0 1 I2c C A RT3 lSJ T ETSTKENGS GREAT UPHEAV Â¬ AL PRICES HAVE AFFECTED THE PRICES OF CARPETS else in the in the house Dont be misled in the belief that you can do as well ot other houses and we have only FIRST CLASS GOODS in every respect at prices that you have to pay for CARPETS hand-me-dow- 1 400500 75 50 2 35 c 75 YOU CANT DO IT We have the stock at the prices No such trash in our stock NOTHING BUT WHAT IS THE BEST AND HEST CLASS IS KEPT IN TS OUK STOUE iKti 50065 1 75i 1 00 00 00 We will once more say if there is any thine jou want in DRY GOODS But at UPHEAVAL PRICES which mean less money for good goods than you have to pay for trash CLOTHING BOOTS SHOES HATS CARPETS or anything that you can wear come to us and reap the benefit of this GREAT UPHEAVAL PRICE SALE LIVE STOCK MABEET EEPORT By GREENE E1IBKY Lire Stock Commission Merchants at Cluclu null Union Stock Yards and Corlugloa Stock Yards Cincinnati Ohio May Good to Extra Fair to Good 27 iSfo 4 4 3 3 3 25 10 HO W GORMLEY StDDLES W dljIiT STREET VUvRJ V RIGIHIilVCOIfcTiD ZEC SHIPPING CATTLE Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Common and Rough Good to Extra Fair to Good 4 4 3 3 3 oo 15 io BUTCHER CATTLE 50 00 2 25 1 ootft 3 75 3 65 3 SW 3 25 50 75 25 2 75 Hi 00 35 3 75 lD BlfUfSl CO con Â¬ Extra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers 3 05 Good to Extra Cows 3 Fair to Good Cows 2 3 00 Common Cows 2 00 2 50 x 1 50 Cows and Oxen Rough 75 BULLS Best Shipping 3 io 3 25 Best Bologna 2 85 3 00 6o Fair Bologna 2 75 2 Fair to Good Feeders 2 25 2 15 Common and Thin 2 00 I 75 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers f 3 85 4 00 Fair to Good Steers 3 6o 37 Good to Extra Heifers 2 75 3 00 Common and Thin Stackers 2 oo 3 00 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 40 oo45 00 Fair to Good 25 oo3 00 Common 10 oo20 00 Best Veal Calves 4 25 4 50 Fair to Good 4 oo 4 25 2 oo Common and Heavy 3 00 HOGS Select Butchers 4 45 4 50 Fair to Good Packers 4 25 4 50 Good to Extra Lights 4 65 4 50 Light Pigs 4 40 4 50 SPRING LAMBS Common to Good Extra- 6 25 C GORMLEY tinue in their elegant house corner of Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky formerly occupied by J P Herndon as a drug store WE HAVE THE LARGEST STOO Safe ami Harness Â¬ OP MADE TO ORDER of the best materials and by the best workmen Cooling Blankets Horse Boots Spurs Stirrups Toe Weights Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridles Surcingles Gold and Jbilver UucK les Harness Oils Harness Soaps 1 cm iai mm w Horse Brushes Scrapers Curry Combs Riding and Driving Bits Fancy Bridles Trace Chains Hame Strings and everything else belonging to a complete SadA dlery and Harness Shop specialty of Track Harness Light Road Gormley made the harness with which Susie S won her great Buffalo race and also that with which Bell Vara raised herself from 2 500 to 5000 ALL WORK WARRANTED Â¬ Â¬ ToB e Found in This City AT VERY REASONABLE PRICES JDT Richmond Ky April 24 1889 LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST Persons desirous of obtaining life in- Â¬ surance at actual coal should write for circulars to JELi ftH COVINGTON INSURANCE FIRE LIGHTNING and TORNADO 41 40 MITCHELL 213 25 For Jennets and 10 West Main Street THE CELEBRATED JACK Silvxr j speko smith chas s powelx SMITH POWELL YAZOO CLINTON STANDARD RECORD 234J Will make the present season at Brother to Yuba 224 by Harold Creek Distillery at sore 1st dnm Yolande by Belmont 2nd dam Young Portia by Mambrino Chief 3rd dm Portia by Roebuck pacer 4 h dam by Whip thoroughbred r Qmftmx Tbe Chief Kcoion or the great sue cess of Hoods SarsaparilU Is lonnd In the article ItselL It is merit that wins and the fact that Hoods Sarsaparilla actually ac complishes vliat Is claimed for It Is what has gtren to tola medicine a popularity and sale greater than that of any other sarsapa- jmx or Wood P01 Vyillflerbeforethepubllc IVlcriL Wines Hoods Sarsaparilla cures BcroluU Salt Sheum and all HumoM Dyspepsia Sick OTereeraes That Headache Biliousness Tired Feeling creates an Appetite strength Â¬ ens the Nerves builds up the fb ole Sratoa Hood BnrcapariUs Is sold by all drug Â¬ Preparedbyd Hood gists 1 six tor ii Qo Apothecaries lowtn Masa 29 88 New York This society claims that for six yean the cost to a member of middle age has Seven SfllenrJid Companies been Less tUan Twelve Dollars a Philadelphia for each thousand dollars of in Â¬ Norlb America represent ten of the strongest Year We -Springfield Massachusetts- 30- in the surance Companies Fire Insurance - New York Gerinania -world we represent tho company that largest capital the largest paid has the Connecticut Hartford up capital the largest asseln the only - New York Niagara Itu losses without company that pays - -Amazon Cincinnati discount and does not agree In ls l Pennsylvania - - Philadelphia you wait sixty dajs policy make after n fire to get your money We W E Grlnstead Co H W Cor 7lh ROOIC BOTTOM RATES write at I he lowest rates Riven by any Main StaLovisvllle Ky company then Our Mk U T Chestnut will be in Office at Farmers National Bank day not Insure in the Best Richmond on every county court their OtU and see us before placing count merchants at Wlii call your insurance CO W E GRIN8TEAD Our companies are hacked by over stoies 35 42000000 capital and overSI25000000 BTJRNAM HIJME assets It will be too late after you are burned out Call and see tss before you If you want a Handsome Parlor Suit N B Milling property and Injure elsewhere Our rates and terms go to tbe Furniture Palace of Collius a country stores a specialty are the best Security Mutuai Benefit Society 233 Broadway ire nsnnuice For Mares to In s Living Colt -- Wholesale Grocery -- Why nose and makes a grand appearance Bred by John W Allison of Bourbon county foaled May 24th 89i get by The above horse will make the season Longfellow 1st dam by Peacock 2nd of 1SS9 at stables of Phillips A Death dam by Lord Wellington 3rd dam by erage at Fair GrouudsRichmpnd Ky Leviathan 4 th dam by Mountain Leader at Forty Dollaiss to Insukis a Liv Â¬ Longfellow was got by Long Madison ing Colt 1st dam by imp Royal Duke 2nd dam by Apply to Phillips Deutbernge Mohawk Richmond Ky or to ua at Silver Jack men throughout the comity say he is the best bred jack in the State Creek Ky 40 52 Will graze marcs and jennets at the T S nURNASI CO rate of 10 cents per day W S HUME CO THOMAS B AYRES Silver Creek Ky 39 5r Clistos is 16 hands and one Inch high fine bone and substance jet black meaty 29 28 SMITH POWELL Hcgau 14 1 32 31 If you have not tried anv of our var Â¬ ious brands of flour do so at osee and be convinced that you can get a9 Rood Special attention paid to the tale flour nt home and at as low prices as and exchtnge of Real Estate and to the you can anywhere else collection Of all kinds of accounts 47 46 41- S Fokman Son Real Estate and General Collecting Agency r f jtr- - t ffidtefcafcifc SffiiAt jSfe x - r VSsTrS mpsfc jmmz VOf J- - By reference to the advertisement or Commissioner John H Welch or WEDNESDAY MAY 9 18S9 Jessamine Circuit Court you will see that ne purposes selling to the highest bidder Considerable local and personal oh our in front of the Court House door in Rich firttpage Read it rnond on next County Court day an un Mr Jim Evans has bought the Carle divided third interest in the Tatea Creek turnpike between the river and a ooint efetillery at Kingston seven and a half miles toward Richmond Mr Ed Baxter is buMiag a hew rcsi This is the interest or L D Baldwin dence near Brooktonrn deceased THE CLIMAX DoYouWantaTujBpike Dr Daniel Dead Dr Ansel Daniel again defeated yesterday afternoon by R ciniayoungman from Paris Ky Ajeed is evidently losing his nrin as the Turk has now been twice knocked out by Several wagon loads of powder passed an American t our games were played through town last week for the railroad three being drawn the Kentuckian win Â¬ You will hear something from the ning one Some improvement will have KirUville Fair within the next few days to be made upon the automaton before it can beat Old Kentuck The new planing mill and the new A Train Load Front Lancaster K arehoute arc moving along in construct- Â¬ The Lancaster News says ion On Mav 30th an excursion train will be rnn on Will Rice and his Wild West stage the K C R R from Lancaster to Fort look well going out to Irvine every after- Â¬ Estill for the purpose of giving the chil noon dren of the various Sunday schools an opportunity to have a royal holiday Joe Collins and John Taylor are each and a good lime generally The picnic building new house on First north of will be given in the magnificent woodland In ine street belonging to Col Sam Stone of Rich Â¬ There has been enough blackberry mond Members of the Sunday sclwols winter this summer to make blackberries who are not able to pay transportation will be kindly furnished with free passes as large as apples everybody invited All the provisions Apropos of the concert vre give a win be on one table and every one is in sketch on the fourth page of FarinetM the vited to give and partake great Italian vocaHrt Commencement of M- - F I A Chicago man was here the ether day Baccalaureate sermon at the Christian to buv the natural gas wen but the own Â¬ church next Sunday morning by Rev E ers woaWnt talk to him about selhng L Powell of Louisville Tomorrow the 30th Decoration Day Art display in college chapel Monday v ill be a national holiday and the banks afternoon and evening and Tuesday Commencement exercises in the Christ- Â¬ revenue office and post oSce wnt be clos- Â¬ ian church Wednesday forenoon at 11 ed oclock sharp consisting of music presen Bill Ham cut and mortally wounded tation of diplomas and annual address by Bill Aee on Silver Creek Monday Rev George Darsie of Frankfort afternoon Dr Davis dressed the wounds The class consists of about twelve young and said Agee could not recover ladies and is the largest class that has This is the time of year when the farm- Â¬ been graduated from this school for the er mort want to knock the crews silly past ten years The principals extend a cordial invita tint come pirouetting about his corn See tion to Uie public fourth page of Climax to day in w The Co Operation Meeting Its name is McCord Phelps Taylor and This meeting of which we gave the its home is Great Falls Montana Mr Will Tailor is of course happy But no program in full last week and the circu- Â¬ lar letter of invitation in full some weeks wonder Montana went Democratic before was held at Speedwell on Friday Mr II L White says there are 30 and Saturday last Delegates were pres- Â¬ 000 worth of logs in Clay county that ent from Estill county There was a large missed the tide Other counties up the attendance and the meeting was pro- Â¬ country are suffering in the same way nounced the best that has yet been held Great interest was taken in the proceed- Â¬ Mis Annie E Howell art teacher at ings Madison Female Institute received a tele- Â¬ It was decided to keep an evangelist in gram on Monday of the dangerous illness the field at least six months in tlie year of her mother m the South She will not The churches were liberal in their conreturn tributions An excellent dinner was Mr M McCarty has taken charge of spread each day Speedwell never fails the plumbing gas and steam fitting in to do things up in the right way connection with the gas works and would Central University Commencement be glad to have your order He is a good Baccalaureate sermon Sunday morning workman See ad June oth in the Chapel by Rev Dr The thermometer dropped to 55 on last Caldwell Address before the Y M C A at Wednesday afternoon and on Thursday morning May 32nd there was a heavy night in the First Presbyterian Church by frost but no damage was done to vegeta Â¬ Rev Mr Wood Tuesday night oratorical contest in tion The weather continues cool Chapel Philaletlican D C Lilly J Elder Thompson Berea have a hun Â¬ W Join ion R E Roberts Epiphyllid dred bushels of strawberries which they ian W S Bronstun E C Boggs S A a e now putting on the market Call on Curtis J A Higgins Quantities supplied for Commencement excrckes Wednesday preserving as fine as you ever saw morning in Chapel Speakers G T The children of the First Presbyterian Barbour R E Douglas J M Duncan church arranged for a picnic in Mr WO Sbewmaker James WTyler J H There are three other gradu Â¬ Brutus Clays woods on Saturday but the Van Lear M Crow H R Taylor and J A rain interfered and they resorted to the ates Court House where they had a dinner Wight and lots of fun A Supposed Fraud Something past low twelve on Tuesday Chitdrens Day will be observed at the Christian church next Sunday afternoon night a stranger calling himself Powell at half past three All Sunday schools and purporting to be a deputy sheriff from or the county are invited to be present Jackson county presented to Jailer Mau Music recitations jug breaking c will pin official papers for the release of one Bayles who is confined under sentence to constitute the program the penitentiary for killing in Jackson Marriage Licenses far April and Jlay county The Jailer did not like tlie looks S A Lipscomb and Nannie Munday ol the papers and sent for County Judge Lincoln Nickerson and Alice Hudson Chenault and County Attorney Sullivan H B Robinson and S B Gibson Isaac Powell claimed that the authorities in Davis and Nannie Hanson Charles Wal Jackson had promised Bayles friends to ler and Lula K Hamilton Geo W allow him to be brought home for a short Settle and A Bee Gar stay before going to the penitentiary The Judge and Attorney decided that Fer County Clerk Powell should wait until next day when Mr Lem W Hill is announced in this they would pass upon the case While issue of The Climax a candidate for talking Powell stepped out of the house County Clerk Mr Hill is well known and disappeared Nothing since has been all over the county He ser ed seven seen or heard of him and he is supposed years as Deputy County Clerk and is to have been a fraud and his papers for- Â¬ thoroughly familiar with the work He geries If caught his chanches will be is a hard worker and a deserving man number one for the penitentiary Seven town lots wHI be sold this after Â¬ See ad noon by D R Forman Â¬ m Â¬ Estills Checker Skill The New York World of May lth The wonderful automatic checker There is no scarcity of rain anywhere says player in the Eden Musee in this city was in Kentucky at this writing Ocllahomas first judge is Col lford a native Kentuckian Shacke- Â¬ Dick English liluegrass Col T S Moberley sowed a twenty acre field with the seed of English bhie grass last spring It was closely grazed last falL Now it is more than three feet high and the cattle seem to prefer it to all other grass It has a large stem with long coarse blades and a head that looks much like the cheat weed in wheat Accident at Ford A negro man of this county by the name of Pete Htsle in attempting to step on the cow catcher of a freight train at Ford last Thursday afternoon slipped and fell under the wheels Two freight boxes and the caboose passed over the un Â¬ fortunate man cutting his body in three pieces mutilating it beyond recognition For West Point Mr James M Guthrie 1 f Shelby vilte received the appointment as cadet to West Point having withstood Uie best exami Â¬ nation before the committee composed of Prof Win WiHson Mr J A Sullivan and Dr Poyntz last week There were a number of other applicants Now let another Grant be forthcoming from Ken Â¬ tucky the Worse it Gets The Stanford Journal says Conductor Keefe of Uie K C says that piping and other necessaries for the purpose of trans Â¬ ferring natural gas from Waco to Richmond are being ordered and it wrM be only a short time till that city is lighted with it The supply is said to be inexhaustible and came with such force when it was dis- Â¬ covered that it Mew Uie drill several feet The Farther it Goes in Uie air Water Works As we previously mentioned the Water Works Company turned over Uie charter to Uie City Council provided Uie city commenced and completed Uie works within a given time There being some doubt as to whether Uie city alone could operate under the charter the present company met wwh the City Council on last Wednesday morning and agreed as an organized company wkh Sioooo stock subscribed to transfer the charter o the cky wiUit any restrictions when the works are completed the city will take charge of the present companys stock at par If they desire to sell As soon as Uie Council can determine upon the svstera and cost of the plant a prop osition wHI be submitted to the voters and it carried we will have waUr works Mr J C Parrish of Pineville was here farm at the time Emmanuel was born this week and says Uie rails are being laid He mentioned that he was a good deal older than Marse Nat who was a son between that point and Cumberland Gap of pioneer Jesse Mr D A Shanahan and wife and Miss By investigation in Uie county clerks McDonald of Louisville were the guests office we find that Jesse Oldham came to of Mr and Mrs E T Powell last week Madison county in 1775 The tombMessrs A R TS and E T Bur- Â¬ stone at the Oldham homestead on Otter nam and Mr W A Powell attended Uie Creek records that Nathaniel Oldham State Republican Convention in Louis- Â¬ was born in 1786 consequently if living ville last week would be 103 years old This evidences Misses Mollie Fife of Richmond Jessie Uie great age of Emmanuel In the courte of the talk Emmanuel Williams and Maymie Gray of this city said there is no one living now who was and Mrs Dunlap of Louisville were Uie alive when he was a small boy When beautiful four of Uie ball Cynthiana asked about Mr Samuel Shearer Sr he Courier said I was a grown man when Marse Sam was a little boy THIN COLUMN Mr Shearer 6aid to us yesterday that he would be 90 his We have just seen a letter addressed to next birthday and that Emmanuel was Esq care Messrs Specs the oldest man he knew anything about A C G him three quar- Â¬ Bros Cincinnati O The Bredelli Testimonial and that he had known As cold water Is to a thirsty soul so All the seats in the Court House and a ters of a century and probably longer Emmanuel fays that he never knew is good news 49- Proverbs XXV 25 Then large number of chairs besides were re- Â¬ KO 0 FIRST STREET NEXT TO STOTJFFERS CLOTHING HOUSE Richard Calloway or subscribe for The Climax quired to scat the audience that assembled Daniel Boone on Friday evening to hear the concert and Simon Kenton never saw them that he It is not good to cat much honey A Big Nail Driving GUARD A0AIXST THE STRIKE as he HEBE IS MUSIC FOR YOU operetta tendered by her pupils to Mdlle knew of that Col Dan Boone But it doesnt say Proverbs XXV 27 calls him had moved out of the fort the Gentry 216 And always have a bottle of Ackers Messrs Shackelford Bredelli The opening piece was the it is not good to drink much whisky the house You TOR OOUSTT CLERK Song of the Vikings by the class the first time he visited it He saw the fort H SfjTenf furnishes it These West Main street sold among other English Remedy iuBoon Croup may often before it finally decayed and disapf Hw L AV The editor of the Lancaster News rethings last Saturday 60 kegs of nails can not tell how or a cold or cough jlotllboa HILL 1 a cnodtttflta fer Clerk aettea names of which were given last week strike your little one Coanty Court sabfeet te the are the notes 38- for the large warehouse on East Main niaj fasten itself upon you One dose of the Democratic party The first solo of the evening was the pearedasked the old man if he ever saw grets tiiat he could not get a whack at We seven hundred barrels of whisky in Tray 5c street near the railroad and the Ben Â¬ Is a preventive and a few doses a posi- Â¬ All good fancy Calicoes Ship on Fire by F H Adair It is any Indians FOR JAILER Oh yes He answered nett residence on West Main street tive cure All Throat and Lung troubles JOHN FWAUERS is a cadfcte for Jartor a sublime composition and the singers Marster I saw lots of em you know he lors distillery the other day when he Twelve yards Lonsdale Green to its A yisited that house They also at Ibe same time contracted yield given treatment and sample bot- Â¬ ot Matt bo a county safereet te UwHUwat conception and rendition demonstrated continued that Nathaniel Hart wa kill- Â¬ 3- you free the Remedy the Democratic party 95c to furnish and put on 123 squares of tle la Ticket marked ability and power which the aud ed by the Indians down on the creek just guaranteed by W G White Prescrip Â¬ JAMES C LACKEY Is a easdMato Jar They say that the question of baptism corrugated iron roofing and siding for tion Druggist Twelve yards Masonville Cot- Â¬ Jailer ot Madison county sabjeet te the 3-aa ience was not aware of his possessing below Marse Jesses house We had is running so high in Nicholasville that a ton 100 the new elevator and planlug mill now For the best and cheapest goods call Uon of tbe Democratic party is a conitMato Miss Bettie Arnold just home from the forgotten ever having read of the tragedy merchant wont sell an article to a cusSAMUEL BIGGERSTAFF being built This we give as a pointer New England Conservatory of Music but the old man related that Hart was kin tomer without first being assured that the Twelve yards Fruit of the for Jailer of Madison eoanty onbfccC la the Gentry on Shackelford It action ot the Democratic party that all who are Interested may know Boston sang that most difficult composi- Â¬ to Oldham was coming to visit the fam Â¬ customer believes as the merchant does Loom Cotton 100 that they do not have to leave home to A Boon to Wives THOMAS S FERRELL is a conorkhitc ferÂ¬ tion Our King and elicited much ap- Â¬ ily and at a point what is now Shearers ac of Madison coanty aabfeet te Me 4Our Red House correspondent tells us 14 yards Hope Cotton 100 buy anything in the hardware line Having used Mothers Friend I Jailer tbe Democratic party plause to which she responded with a Station on the K tion of C and on the same that Harvey Cobb and Tom Gibson spent 16 yards AAA yard wide They are alive to the wants of the peo- Â¬ would not be without it It is a boon JOIIN HILL is a eamlieeate for Jailer et sweet little song She also rendered a side of the creek was shot by two Indians a week fishing at Crawfords up above Mdison county sabjeet to tbe aeUeaef tfee piano solo by Raff an exceedingly difficult who lay in ambush on the other side i 100 ple and never fall to please the most to wives who know they must pass Democratic party Brown Cotton Jacksons Ferry on Kentucky river exacting person They buy goods by through the painful ordeal of child Miss Arnolds performances evi- Â¬ This statement accords with the accouut piece A J BROADDUS is a candidate fer JaHer 80- caught nothing but a frog and let that of Madison conaty sabjeet to tbe aetfcmef the car load and can sell goods cheaper birth Mks C denced long continued training by mas- Â¬ given in Collinss history which says M- tbe Democratic party get away than auy house in Richmond In fact A CI1ILD KILLED Melbourne Iowa ters of Uie art Hart was killed in 17S2 or 107 years ago GEORGE W MAUPIN is a candidate fer It The Superior Court has reversed the Write Bradfleld Regulator Company Jailer of Madison eoanty safefeet te I-Mm Other solos and several pieces by Uie and we are inclined to believe that Em- Â¬ Auother child killed by the use of they will duplicate city prices Lincoln Circuit Courts decision allowÂ¬ opiates Riven in the form of Soothing 46 60 Atlanta Ga action ot Uie Democratic party class completed the concert part ot the manuel was then four or five years old IS MORE MUSIC give their chil- Â¬ ing John Edmiston a years salary as syrup Why mothers program FOR ASSESSOR and is now in or 112 years old Em- Â¬ A large stock of Fence Wire cheap at dren such a deadly poison is surprising The feature of the evening was Uie manuel never heard of Collinss history or clerk for J W James when he claimed when they can relieve the child of its A J WILLOUGHBY fcf a eandtdate fer It Gentrys Shackelford Aiesor of Madison coanty uuboet te Uie operetta the Crown of Virtue Miss anybody elses He does not talk for glory that he not only did not hire but express peculiar troubles by using Ackers Baby U Streng still furnishes it Democratic party Bond horses trotters and runners action of tbe Iy told him that he did not need his sei Soother It contains no Opium or Jessica Campbell as the Countess rose as he could just as well have said he W J HARVEY is a candidate fer Assessor Sold by W G White These are the additional notes shod in any manner desired I have of Madison coanty sabjeet te tbe aetiea ef far above the mere amateur Miss Jane knew Boone and Calloway as Hart He vices Hon Fountaine F Bobbitt rep- Â¬ Morphine K- four year the Democratic party McDowell as the grandmother acted as says he has often heard of George Wash- Â¬ resented Uie appellant and in his brief Prescription Druggist of Clothing 500 just received an extra lot of repairing CR TUDOR Is a candidate for Assessoref Mens Suits old second growth timber for I well as sang her part well Mrs Thomas ington but that George didnt live said of Judge Morrows instructions Madison county subject to tbe aeUea ef the Ice Cream Soda Water Ginger Ale K-900 1000 1100 all kinds of wagons All work guar- Â¬ Democratic party have never before seen and I doubt if at DlnelHs Moberley made a charming Rosetta and anywhere down about Marse Jesses It a candidate for Assessor anteed at the very lowest prices Shop JOELT EM BUY is sabjeet forensic history furnishes a parallel in- Â¬ Â¬ Miss Minnie Smith a lovely Rose Miss He describes how Uie Indians were dress- Â¬ and 1200 Cant be bought elsete the settee -et or Madison county Mback of Brookss drug store The best Bucket Pump and Water Delia Ramsey as little Peter the drum- Â¬ ed in buck skin but it didnt look like struction with as much bad law bad sense the Democratic party Respectfully where for less than 200 to 750 Stanford Jour- Â¬ Purifier iu the world for sale by Shack- Â¬ and bad grammar in it DOZIEIt is a candidate fer CONWAY mer boy looked real saucy in her gold the buck skin does nowadays and how S L M1DKIFF Assessor or Madison county subject te 3-the It elford Gentry braided uniform and cap and developed they carried bows and arrows and some nal a suit more pome and look at Sfebly action of the Democratic party the skill of a regular soldier boy in the of them flint lock guns He says that You can save money by buying wire D C RICE U a candidate for Assessor ef Edwin S Hopkins has written to the 50- Diuelli wants to Fee you court day them use of Uie drum The character ol Jennie Hart was about the last man killed by the Courier Journal describing a poem which Gentry from Shackelford It Madison county subject to tbe aetiea ef the Democratic party un- Â¬ was admirable filled by Miss Mary Pattie Indians in that neighborhood and that he is soon to write He says Shackelford Gentry report an you want good pure water use If Governor McCreary Pride of Rich Â¬ FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT The proceeds amounted to about 150 the people were mighty mad about it An Ill have so much fine frenzy an di- Â¬ usual demand for the Brown Cultiva- Â¬ Gentrys Patent Filter For sale by mond Old Gold ind Bluegross Belle a candidate Mdllc Bredelli presided with her usual tor the Best in the World It Shackelford Gentry J B HARRIS ofisPnbile Schoolsfer Ceeety was afflatus thro it vine Emmanuel relates thafMarseNat It Hour at Bonanza Roller Mills sobjoct te Superintendent 8-dignity at the piano and appeared to a great hunter like old Marse Jessee The boy stood on the Burnin Deck the action of the Democratic party 41- E Forman ASok Refreshing ice driuRs at Diuellls thoroughly appreciate the efforts of her that he used to go along to carry the rifle it A T MILLION isa candidate fer re Â¬ MR3 wont hold a candle to We buy wire in large quantity and election to the office of Couuty Saperleteed class of which she is jnstly proud If you waut to buy a desirable town and finally he got to be an excellent Twinkle twinkle little star 11 stand no ent of Public Schools subject to tbe action -et 36are selling it cheap Shuckelford The looked for excellence of the enter- Â¬ marksman He recalls once having killed the Democratic party lot nt a low price and on reasonable sort o chance It Gentry tainment reached the ears of General Clay eleven squirrels at eleven consecutive An Mary had a Littie Lamb wont be terms go to D R Fotmans sale this in his hours of ease at White Hall and he shots He says he often saw enormous afternoon near depot It a sarcumstance The U I St L C Ry Kaukakee I un- Â¬ came all Uie way to town seven miles to droves of wild turkeys sometimes as many Its a goin to be pathetic an sarcastic an Line with its couuections makes the Remaiuing unclaimed in the Post Go to the Furniture Palace in the be present He expressed himself as as 150 Only a few liear and deer were peculiar fastest time from Cincinnati to Council Offlce at Richmond Ky week ending more Uian delighted and that is speaking killed in his neighborhood within his re- Â¬ Itll not be very classic but a reglar hally New Hotel for Furollure and Carpets Bluff Omaha St Paul Minneapolis May 2Sth 1SS0 44 1 prices guaranteed Cincinnati volumes as the General has heard all the collection 32 looyer G aud the West aud North west Lowe Mrs Sarah Adams Mrs Wm fine music in the old world as well as Maapta MaryT BenlEKSMary He made thirteen trips to Columbia S Fire Clay Cement and Fire Brick in Mad- Â¬ Sole FOR DYSPEPSIA Mitzer C and SfeeoaH residence Brown Thomas this MeGlnlty CU C with hogs and 40 to 45 days were of A gentleman went out to the last week large quantities at Shackelford Gen- Â¬ Combs Thomas Ve Itrawns Iran TJItters Mr R P McCord one night Males Or Collins Henry rhyticiiuis recommend It A Boston drummer who happened in always required It Phelps Wm vicin Â¬ trys per bottle- - Genalne Cunningham J A 41- AU dealers keep it J100 Phelps Amanda remarked that he was surprised to find so Emanuel has children grand children and was alarmed upon nearing the hu trade mark and creased red lines on wrapper Davis Frank Tyree L F He thought the Gilbert PaUle Have you been to the Palace Dry much good music so far from Uie Hub great grand children and great great ity to see a great light Wallaee Maed Howard Glvlans house must be on firm But it proved to Goods Store 49- Old Hickory Wagons run lighter Jentry Chiles Walker tjepea grand children Six spools of Clarks thread for 25 Real Estate Transfers be electric lights The yard garden and and carry larger loads than any wagon 49- Post Office hours from 6 A x te 7 P cents at the Palace Do not buy a Cultivator until you orchard were blazing with great arc Money order and registered letter on tbe market Sold by Shackelford The following real estate transfers have M lights and Uie hour was about 2 oclock have seen the Celebrated Brown for been made since our last report It hours prompt 7 a m to 6 p m If you waut a good step ladder call Gentry 115 It J B WILLIS P M When asked why he was so rich and ex- Â¬ sale by Shackelford fc Gentry S Parish c to L T Griggs 20 acres on Shackelford Gentry It Gasoline stoves in all sizes and at all travagant in electric lights Mr McCord S125 J II Wells to Robt Wells 15 acres Elegant line of Fans at tbe Palace prices from the plaiuest to tbe finest at HAPPIXESSAND CONTENTMENT explained that grass vegetables and fruit 95 Wm Blockwell to J H Eads 25 45- Breck Phelps The work train left Rowland yesterday would not grow without light and as he acres 590 Joseph N Renfro to N B Cannot go hand in hand if we look on It Cared lirights Disease to see business In reality rinnliEr Gas aad Stoan Fittizs the dark side of every little obstacle If you Howard 95 acres 1121 P F Adams to for Pineville to lay the track between that did not want his things to stop growing Speedwell Ky May 4 18S9 This Nothing will so darken lifo and make step in towant Great Hardware House the for a moment he had an electric light David Chenault 58 acres ioSo B B place and Cumberland Gap The road is All Pump Repairing a Specialty is to certify that 1 had Bright Disease it a burden as Dyspepsia Ackers of Shackelford Gentry It kinds of pumps kept at Gas Works NeA land to James E Collins 13 acres about completed otherwise and in a short plant put in The visitor awoke about or something very much like it aud Dyspepsia Tablets will cure the worst Leave orders at Bonanza Richmond Owens 49 while direct connection will be made with this time and was sorry it was all a dream was In very feeble health This was In form of Dyspepsia Constipation and 75 B B Newland to Jno Flour meal bran ana shlp stutt at or Indigestion and make life a happiness Bonanza Roller Mills Richmond Ken- Â¬ Mills49 W G White3 Drug Store acres Huguely to S D E all points south and southwest on Uie 190 Jacob 50 the year of 1887 I used one dozen and pleasure Sold at 25 and 50 cents A Choice List cf Summer Resorts Parrish 6S acres 1200 Commissioner route Stanford Journal E Forman Son bottles of Smiths Kidney Tonic and by W G White Prescription Drug- - tucky to Elizabeth Franklin 27 acres 687 same In the Lake regions of Wisconsin I am now in better health than I have Rlat V has submitted a propo- Â¬ CXE The L C Gentry have lust re- Â¬ Shackelford to F II Ross 84 acres 2500 same to sition to the voters of Estill county to take Minnesota Iowa anil the two Dakotas been for years n large aud new stock of wood ceived there are hundreds of charmlDg locali- Â¬ Wm T Miller 6 acres 227 same to E Buy one of Gentrys Patent Filters 50000 in their road A proposition for James M Hendren work of the very best grade for wagon B Cornelison 60 acres 2 P Turner will soon be submitted to the ties pre eminently fitted for summer and you will have pure water Sold by 100000 Sold by W G White Prescription makers It to Clinton Griggs 14 acres 250 Marga- Â¬ voters in Clark county The road claims homes Among the following selected It 8backelford Gentry 49 eow Druggist Richmond Ky ret Griggs c to Perry C Long 10 that its bonds have been sold in European list are names familiar to many of our Adriee to Mothers Sateens 22 cents at tbe Best UnWanaawooTHniaSiacTaaonIdawaya acres 238 Perry Jones c to Samuel markets If the two propositions carry readers as the perfection of northern I will ofler for sale on the premises J J Dubose Judge of the Memphis Palace French t nsed when children are cutting tnth It re 49- Â¬ Grand Commandery Royce 17 acres 110 VJ Doty c to the road should be built at once The summer resorts Nearly nil of the Wis Tenn Chancery Court has been Im- Â¬ UeTes the Uttle efferent ooce It produce ntnral p aad the little chtrub awakes a bright quiet The annual session of Uie Grand Com- Â¬ J A Frazier ooo more roads to the mountains Uie lower consin points of interest are within a peached as a result of a bitter quarrel c 341 acres Lalor buys Country Produce Rags as a tattoo It la vary pleasant to taste It ON WEDNESDAY HAY 29th aoothes the ehfldaofttns the roms aQarsaUpaJa short distance from Chicago or Milwau- Â¬ with Attorney General George B Pe Â¬ aud Iron mandery of Kentucky was held at Cyn Shelby Masters to D C Griggs 12 rate will be on raw material Uie freight 44 17 regulate the bowels aodiatha best known remedy kee and none of them are so far away ters The leading cause of impeach- Â¬ 18S9 immediately after tbe sale of Mrs thiana on last Wednesday and Thursday acres 250 D Oldham to W S Old- Â¬ fordiarcbcea whether arising from teething or Track laying began on the Kentucky MaryColey In order to meet the large and un- Â¬ other eaaies Trent j Cto cents ft bottle The Richmond Commandery was rep- ham 101 acres 4750 same to James F Union last week between Winchester and from the busy marts of civilization ment is that Dubose is disqualified 66 resented by S H Stone J Speed Smith Oldham I09 acres 6550 same to San Hedges the present terminus of the road that they cannot be reached in a lew from holding office under the law he precedented demand for the Brown If you want Sewer or Drain Pipe John Bennett Rev Dr Henderson Dr ford Oldham too acres 5742 Maggie Cars must be running over this portion of hours of travel by frequent trains over having participated as second in tbe Cultivators we are compelled to order the finest road in the northwest the famous duel between George Phelan by telegraph The fastest mail Is too call on Shackelford Gentry they G W Evans R C Stockton Win Casey to M II and C H Pigg 6 acres Uie road by June 9th in order to obtain Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Rail- Â¬ and James Srizzolara In which the slow for us Shackelford Gentry Bennett J R Burnam Win Hay D P It Two adjoining Mrs Coley on Estill handle it by the car load 300 Jacob Hacket to C Scudder Uie subscription of Clark county 100000 It Armcr John D Harris M II Stockton acre 40 GJ Combs to C G Webber That portion of the road between Win- Â¬ way latter was killed avenue two on corner of Hillsdale and Dr J M Poyntz Judge John C Chen- Â¬ 1 acres f 200 L W Johnson to Mary chester and Lexington will be built at Oconomowoc Wis Clear Lake Iowa The Torra Cotta Shoos aai Slippers Armer streer two on norm aiue ei Elegant line of dark and light Chal simply ele Hillsdale street next to Wiggins resi- Â¬ Wis Lakes Okoboji la acres 975 Z F Elkin to once Uie contract having been let last Mitiocqua ault CapL Wash E H Ballard J B J Fry at Jaefc Freemaas are 49- IS MORE MUSIC lies at tbe Palace 45 dence and one on corner Main aud Waukesha Wis Spirit Lake Iowa Willis John M Riddell D W Tribble Robert Bush 34 acres 125 Lyman Tay- Â¬ week eaat Armer Sale positive Fronteuac Minn Palmyra Wis Gentry would have Shackelford Shackelford The attendance from other part6 of the lor to Squire Tudor 29 acres 850 J W are Belling Gentry Last Tomahawk Lakes Lake Minnetonka TERMS One third cash balance in The Nicholasville Journal says Streng still furnishes it you remember that they are factory H Broaddus to H R Teater 26 acres 135 State was large Refrigerators for 10 six aud twelve months with 7 per week Uie Board of Directors of the R N It was the unanimous verdict of Uie Lewis Masters J II Vincent gl acres Minn Wis agents for Iron and Blate Mantels aud cent interest These are the additional notes B R R decided to build the bridge Lakeside Wis Nice country lard and meat of all 49 50 nineteen Sir Knights from Richmond 250 Thos Moore to Aaron Crockett I Ortouvllle Minn can show you a nice line of samples D R FORMAN 25c kinds new honey milk shake and Commandery that Sir Knights and peo 12 acres 30 S Graves to Clifton Davis across the Kentucky river entirely of iron Kilbourn CityWisPrior Lake Minn Best French Satteens It we understand will be done by cheap crcquet sets at A H Lalors ple of Cynthiana are not behind anybody l2 acres 65 J C Adams to Fife and This work Dells of the Wis White Bear Lake Handsome Ohallies 5c Boots aud Shoes at your own price at 44 17 in hospitality The ball and banquet Parrish 2 acres 150 same to A Camp- Â¬ a Pittsburg Company The river span of Minn cousin 49- the bridge will be 300 feet in length while Beaver Dam Wis Big Stone Lake Good Dress Ginghams the Palace were superb bell 2 ares 150 same to Geo Shearer The Alaska Refrigerator is what The election of officers resulted as fol 1 acre the approaches to it on both sides being Madison Wis Dakota 25c Gentry Handsome Henriettas 75 R L Breck to S D Parrish Gentry are again out you wane Shackelford Shackelford ex- Â¬ lows low will make the structure an Sir Knight John G Montgomery I2 acres28oo Mary Fry to Wm For detailed information apply to F quite J of Brown Cultivators but will have A DUTY TO YOURSELF Cynthiana Right Eminent Grand Com Â¬ Thomas ceedingly graceful and beautiful one any coupon ticket agent or fend Ladies Shoes and Slippers at 50 acres 975 another lot by tbe time this is printed AH the work of construction along Uie stamp mander Sir Knight Wm H Meffert 50- It Is surprising that people will use a free illustrated guide book for a music prices TOWN LOTS It Louisville Very Eminent Deputy Grand common ordlnarvplH when they can line is going along swimmingly we are Cool Betreats Address A valuable English one for the Our Grand Clearance Sale of Wall Richmond L Gentry to Martha Trib- - told The large forces heretofore report Â¬ entitled Commander Sir Knight John W Pruett yards Green Ticket Lonsdale secure a Twelve Cancer V H Carpenter General Passenger Paper was a perfect success Dr Ackera English same money Frankfort Emincnet Grand Generalissi Â¬ ble35o Berea E T Fish to Mollie ed at work upon the line are being still Agent Milwaukee Wis 49- 50- for 100 at the Palace pllIsareapoae cure for They are Is a form of blood poison which is not mo Sir Knight Charles H Fisk Cov- Â¬ Ryan Soo Berea Mollie Ryan to E T kept up and replenished from time to and all liver troubles by the medical profession Fish 1000 Richmond J B McCreary time The amount of work done in Mad Â¬ A full line or Air Gratsa and Sash small sweet easily taken and do not ington Eminent Grand Captain General There will be a grand- Array piunlo understood as to lis real nature and character but Weights just received at Shackelford c to Jas Bennett 9000 Richmond ison county and this county respectively and old soldiers reunion and camp fire gripe Sold by W G White Prescrip- Â¬ Sir Knight Thomas J Flournoy Paducah tion Druggist It Eminent Grand Prelate Sir Knight Jas Wm Crow to W R Cleary 147 Rich- Â¬ is said to be about equal so far as dollars at Winston on July 4th Every Post it is evidently hereditary in its nature Geutrys Because we had made up our mind to m goods mond same to G W Pickelsi44 Rich and cents are concerned The work in in the couutywill take part In the It may accidentally develop itself D Lewis Bowling Green Eminent Grand DInelli will have a good dinner sell every roll of the last seasonshad to any predisposition or evidence 1000 Suits for fo00 at the Palace what price no Senior Warden Sir Knight David Pliny mond same to S L Simpson 127 Rich Madison county shows up more miles of drill Every arrangement Is being per- Â¬ without It go matter atBlanks went attheycents to Monday court day 5 Brown 125 Rich- Â¬ road completed than the work on this side fected and this will be one of the most of such existing poison Tbe knife or Robb Versailles Eminent Grand Junior mond same to G B Miller Gentrys Filler and our Bucket the finest Embossed Gold-- at 15 cents rORTllEBLOOD caustic salves have heretofore been the Weakness Malaria Inillgtfton and They all went the last roll of them Pump will make you happy Shackel Sir Knight Lorenzo Dow mond same to Wm Tester Soo Rich owing to the concentrated magnitude of interesting aud enjoyable gatherings of no called remedies Warden for It but nil honest SUioosnesa take Consequently we have 136 Rich- Â¬ the cuts and fills between Logans and Uie the year A more extended notice wil 1 It ford Gentry Croningcr Covington Eminent Grand mond same to J P Reeves BKOTVJTS mOW BrTTKKS practitioners will tell you that this For It enres qOlckly gem sale by aU dtalea la Treasurer Sir Knight Samuel H Stone mond D P Armer to E W Powell Kentucky river Col S FRock Chief be given as soon as a complete pro Â¬ treatment fails to cure sud only ue Nicest line of Hosiery at the Palace jaedldne Get the 675 Richmond W B Smith to S Big Engineer of the Construction Company gram Is prepared Irvine Eagle Richmond Eminent Grand Recorder m Thosand of hastens fatal results Pianos nnd Organs at your own price Sir Knight Reginald H Thompson gerstaff 5000 Richmond S Biggerstaff thinks there will be no trouble in having Gentry Bold to two Shackelford The Mt Sterling Sentinel Halls one cases of epitbelmo skin cancers nnd 44 1 at Collins Hagana to D Biggerstaff 4000 Richmond D Uie road bed ready for Uie track at a very Louisville Eminent Grand Standard a great many cases of sclrrhua cancers contractors last week 50 kegs of Steel of its female ex sDbscrlbers as follows BUT SlilPLY A TREMENDOUS STOCK OP Knight Eugene A Robin Biggerstaff to Sam Biggerstaff 2000 early day Bearer Sir Flour The young woman who stops her pa- Â¬ have been entirely cured by the use of Kails People who are posted kuow son Maysville Eminent Grand Sword Richmond J E Dykes to T B Ayres MEDAL LOST where to buy It per because she gets married has perÂ¬ Swifts Specific It forces the poison At the Bonanza Roller Mills you Xg c 300 Richmond G W Evans to C Bearer Sir Knight Charles Christian haps not married wisely If the hus out through the cancer itself and tbg Strawberries Cherries Apples Or will find aach choice brauds of flour as Barnes Richmond S D Parrish Gold with pin aud word Botany 700 Yogt Louisville Eminent Grand War Â¬ band thus taxes her financial resources pores of the skin It anges and Lemons at DlnelHs It Bluegrass Belle Old Gold Pride of from the cheapest to the finest hand 150 Richmond Powell Liberal reward den Sir Knight J T Hedges Cyn- Â¬ B Deatheragehe was infinitely better oil without Richmond and Governor McCreary a made goods lu endless varieties and afc Evans to C D Chenault Ldcy F White Miss 13110 Statements exhibiting the results of Shackelford thiana Eminent Grand Captain of the Gentry will sell you 41- him The husband who can not pay acts of the second session E Fobman Son S D Parfishto Mariah BIy the 50jRich 214 E Main Street m the Com It tbe Fiftieth tbe best Refrigerators for the least Guard At 8 oclock P for hia wifes countypaper Is a poor n Ei see the Congress have just been prepared by money Go to J- smanderies assembled at the Grand Com mond G II Myers to M Pullins 525 Thero will be a public sale of seven investment It the Clerks of the House and Senate Terra Gotta Slices and Slipper fer manderys headquarters where occurred town lota this afternoon byD RjForheard of in this or any other city I 45- A Great Battle Committees on Appropriations They Calicos at 4 cents and up at the Fal Kisses ami Cilaren the public installation of Uie Grand No Time 4 man The lots are well located near Union aud remember the total amounts appropriat ace 49 Officers by V E Sir W Larue Thomas Is continually going on in the human the depot and the terms reasonable Tbe only single apron binder on the When harvest show that For experimenting ed by Congress were 2SO640460 while Grand Captain General of Uie Grand system The darann of impure blond market la manufactured by Walter A comes If you want lo make n sure shot It WE CAN AND DO tbe permanent appropriations are esti- Â¬ strives to gain victory over the consti Encampment of Uie U S A aud for sale by JJuilderV go to P M- Popes next door to post mated by the Secretary of the Treas Â¬ Guarantee Ackers Biood JKlixir for it Wood If you want any kind of The Paris Kentucklan CiSzen says Jl tution to ruin health to drag victims 45- Breck Phelps olEce and purchase au All Steel Deer Â¬ 4 by any iu the land The public i hasbeeu fnlly demonstrated the peoRev Dr J A Henderson Methodist to the jrrave A good reliable medicine Hardware Ronng and Guttering you ing Bindir that has been tried in all ury at 108091056 making the total ple of this country that it is lo superior to Go to Lalors lash Store for Grocer Â¬ erally are lavited Urlsepeo goods s y buying from expenditures of the Goverumeut for all other preparatioas tor blood diseas Â¬ Green Clay Smith BapUst like Hoods Saraparllla is the weapon can save taioney and Rev prices Year ofcedkBt servant 4417 Gentry It kiuds of grain from the tallest ryo to 1SS9 90 39o337516 The estimated es It Is a noatlve sure for syphilitic ies prevented the adoption of Uie ritual for with whlqh lo defend ones self drive Shackelford theishottest oats and has never been revenues for the game time are 439 poisoning L leers Erueticaa and Pim- Â¬ that Bishop Dudley pre Â¬ the desperate enemy from flte field Allklmlj of Mantles Grates Fire religious services It P M Pope Is selling the Celebrated known to fall GEO M WILLGMS 609653 The acts provide forSSO new ples It purities the whole system aud Backs Firti Clay Fire Briok Grate pared Rev Dr Howard Henderson and restore peace audbodiJy health New Home Sewing Machine thoroughly builds up the constitu Â¬ Shackelford Geutry will give you offices - whlkj sixty ulna ofltees are tion tioldbyWGf White prescrip Â¬ Tiles in Cincinnati yesterday for many years JTry thls peculiar Decorler is Faint and Paper remarked to us ot Shackelford Gentrys abolished It better l8rgaln8 than anybody Cakes and Candles at DInellle It tion druggist- medicine It t Uat he saw no objection to its use 38 31 Thursday He graduated from Transylvania Univer Â¬ sity in 1S23 and practiced medicine from that time to the day of his death in Estill county Dr E R McCreery father of Governor McCreary practiced with Dr Daniel for seven years Associate Tus- tice Miller of the Supreme Court of the United States formerly a physician was for a time a partner of Dr Daniel The Doctor was three times elected to the Legislature The Irvine Eagle says He was elected to the Legislature in 1825 from this county as anew court man defeating Col Absalom Oldham a very popular old court man who had been sheriff by three votes Three days elec- Â¬ tion were then held and the constitution required that a man to be eligible should be twenty four years of age at the time of the election The first day of the elec- Â¬ tion was August ist and his seat was con- Â¬ tested on the ground that he was not old enough A committee consisting of John J Crittenden Chairman Ben Hardin a lawyer from Jessamine afterwards a mem- Â¬ ber of Congress and two other lawyers named Gordon and Haskins decided that he was entitled to his seat because he was twenty four on the first day of August his birthday being on the second The old and new court parties were striving for Uie mastery and the majority of the commitiee were old court men The deceaseds wife was a Miss Price and a daughter married Mr Emmett Miller of Richmond She however pre- Â¬ ceded her father to the grave by a num- Â¬ ber of months died at Irvine on May 23rd i83o agedSS years The Oldest Man fn Kentucky 204 Hill street in Richmond lives Emmanuel Oldham who is perhaps the oldest man in the Stateand is certainly Uie only one now livingwho was born the 6lave of a pioneer We called at his house on Monday morning and found him with an axe vig- Â¬ orously chopping wood He invited us to a seat under a massive grape vine in his front yard and talked pleasantly of his long life When asked how old he said well marster I dont know but from what the family have always told me I am at least 104 years old and I am probably several years older than that Then he went on to relate that he was born the slave of Jesse Oldham the noted pioneer and hunter who was in the fort at Boonesborough but that ole marster had left the fort and was residing on a At No PERSONAL Miss RellaHarber is risiting in Cyn- - Â¬ thiana Mrs C E Tipton of Lexington is visiting Mrs James Tevis Miss Nettie Lyle of Danville is visit Â¬ ing Miss Minnie Letcher Messrs W B Bright and W G Willis spent last week in Chicago PALACE DRY GOODS STORE We have just opened the largest and most desirable line of ZDIRTZ Mr Green B Turley has returned from Hot Springs cured of his rheumatism Mr Joe Pigg traveling with Robinsons circus was at Pittsburg Pa at his last writing Mr and Mrs E B Hume of Silver Creek have returned from a weeks stay in Cincinnati GOODS ZfcTOTIOItsrS ETC Ever opened in Eichmond which vee are going to sell at prices unheard of before Ladies are especially invited to call and inspect our goods WE HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK Misses and Childrens Shoes go at what they will bring We have the Newest and Latest Styles and Patterns and also the Lowest Prices We have a large line of Â¬ Ladies also Mens and Boys Boots and Shoes that must We have a Large Line of Gloihing which we have no room for and we shall let it go at your own price t and hear prices for the goods on it and they will surprise you SEE OTJH CHEAP TABLE THE ALA CB ANNOUNCEMENTS J Call and get you a Hat at one half cost at Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HERE J 600750 Farmers Beware Dont Buy a Spring Tooth Cultivator til you see the Albion For Sale Only By TAYLOR JOHN Agent for ison County TETTERS -- - a1 JAf- m Mccarty S ATiE T0WNL0TS Â¬ Ji 3 H 7 TOWN LOTS HERE J Â¬ 7c It ILL W PAPER sick-headac- - DEI lo OH Ms Left GOODS Â¬ OT Frceis a4 Prices Lower Than M Â¬ t WeWiUNotBeUndersot It it - t 5V KEIITUCKY CDmUL 11 CenÂ¬ EGALITE Three-Year-old THE GREATEST SlMdErt Â¬ BLUE GRASS ROUTE Sliortrt and Quickest Route from tral Kentucky to All Points North East Wetland Souttt wca FAST LINE BETWEEN Recerd 2335 Lexington SOUTH BOUND Kx Suh Cincinnati 1S89 i ttike at Iex Winner of the inglnii Ky Fair in 183 and both stakes at ame place in 18S4 makiuc Ids record of 233 - in a jog Sired bv Eubert fir of Euinin mrr 219 Egmont 228 titterior 223J Benefactor 4 year old 227J Illinois J- Eebert SfbeJuk in BBect May IStli Alexander Nurmutt ireof Lulu 215 May Qnceti 221 untl the dms Norman Meillunj 220 Fanny Itotilifon 2201 Maiden 223 Banner Bov 235J Boo p InrlMHUtiIse fovlngtnM - tto as SsoopiN 3S P Alice Addl on 27 and Bei Jim 20 Lve EgtKjrt hy lCyMlykb Hanibletoidan Kajmwath rp 4 P M p CynttiiaBa dam by Dunc and he by 037 as MCeo p fTT Paris 1110 a 1 MCaj poJ 540 pm Jlfftdjla IhtmbltioniriH JI3DO p AIT Lfglnlim 1 fco P P EGA LITE is a verv rich chestnut llUtN J stso as S 4S P 1G liHttds 1 inches liigh and tcso pa wirifl Arr W iaas pi 1 jo pi Arr Kirttronml 730 pm weilis over 12tX hiiiihH lie l i lie It nest aao pi Arr Idmtsnilor lnHve ever fee it in iIih cininty eitlier Arr KiMtfnnl 4f V FtaiMling or in hrtrne w lilt ooltsall J ve itaeammiiri K45 Pi have size flnh h and aci m Although Arr iitm few oolls lie Is ire of he has irel Arr LarliKPlnn Pip one of the bet lliree year dids in Ken- Â¬ NOS tucky No1 OUTlt WMTSri ally Kx Sue Ex San Hirecord is no indication of his 8eed He ooitld trot clo e to 2 21 at a fcao aw jTliBnii Mr Henry Fravnur who 1 lct- tocos trained him soys Itarriiigriiiie y he - re KKSimHMl U llie fai tett anI gamettt hwt lie ever IM --Safaturai handle awl IM IinciH4r ttf lSSOat Arr KlClBtSMtlHl He wiH make the- i5 am ecso a 1 KtrttnmMdl ao p John B1ienaHllVilirct l niii s Iroui Mr WiM tiexter 3 J p ItlctiinmHl on Lexington iikc at 7S p Air IM p J Yjtn a 3HS P lestMRtuM 3 25 TO IHSUE3 A L17IK3- COLT p I o IM- fciiai 35 P I xc TMbMMIt 4I p ai fcoo pa Money dte when mare - prti I vtih S7 pa i3 r 013 a lve Hherie uheti clt i fonl i 6 S5 pm 1035 ai 7t pa Ai ECS A LITE ao 45 a 1 T W P ihvjt inaslt a chsoii rr lHHinll t5 P for levH tliHii o0 Ihii in irtier to givp BRANCH MAYSVILLE ldm an opixtrtiiitity to prove hii tiie riiMity an a sire wp have placid his Dally Dally JJOtCTH BOCNU services itliti the leach of all thi KxSn In jom int tlie eervic- - T this I ve s behMe tl jhiIiIm P we will sny P Lve I am 4tJo pm ilutl y4H4 can not pipibly timke a mis I 7o am 14 P take by Ureetling to him If ou iloiit Keo I 27 am fc2 pm get a Irotler you will get a hon e that Ah MillmdMtnc K51 am fcj6 pm IH 1MT always command a big price Jc am am 730 pm will grass at 10 cents per Marwilh- - Kijaa Cm pm daviares lt rt Hi or Aecnletito ebcaies at owners ML 2 N 11 rifk Dally Daily MrJTH DOUND 4U-- 1st dam by Stock bridge Chief Mre of 2ml dam by the dam of uloster Â¬ 29J Ne2 No 4 Dally No C EzJSau Je le tu sr Meeir lit NI 7- Ie ifySSOOS um lue er Â¬ Kx Lt- - MityxirtUe CarUale Milton4mnc - h KxS B SIS a iio pm pm a a fr 40 am j14 pm JNO B CHENAULT CO r Arr Paria No 4 No t Lgxlmtlim CovlngUm I ineittaiaU ris a ml yjp P 7 40 JS wcas E3am 4S 6 30 G LAWEEK iiMc c tunTMii OTJ 28 am 6 35 45 pm P pm OtubSrstem ing this interval for three years Farinelll asked his master what was tho next interval be should loarn You know all intervals replied Por poro You need practice no other His fourthycar of study was devoted to learning tho trilL When ho received This powder never varies A marvel of his firet lesson in this now accom- Â¬ purity strcnptli and wholeiomencss More economical than the ordinary kinds mid plishment tho whole school gathered cannot be sold in competition with the mul around to hear him for thoy thought titudes ot low tot short weight alnm nnd that tho strango pupil who had been phosphate powders Sold only in cans RoYAl HAKlNGrowiEUlo106 iVall Street practicing so much by himself and at 21 20 New York such monotonous oxercisos would never be ablo to perform that nimblo throatod feat of execution which Was the test of a finished vocalist Yot at tho first f nr on incurable caio of Catarrh trial of a trill Farinelli executed It so In the Htsd by tbo proprietors of perfectly nnd withal so long that tho master had to bid him to desist for DR SAGES CATARRH REMEDY Headache Symptoma of Catarrh falling into fear his voice might suffer injury from obstruction of nose discharges indulgence in a thing so new to his throat sometimes profuse watery and acrid at others thick tenacious mucous purulent experience Despite his miraculous ringing- in ears bloody and putrid eyes weak deafness difficulty of clearing throat expecto- Â¬ proficiency however Farinelll bad to ration of offensive matter breath offensive sing trills for a year to come Moan emell and taste impaired and penerai debility while Porpora had not been idle in Only a few of these symptoms likely to bepres eat at once Thousands of cases result In coo cultivating his talents in other direcsumption and end in the grave By its mild soothing- and healing properties tions His taste had been educated by Dr Sapes ltcmedy cures tho worst cases 60c learning and reciting poetry his BPTv Tho Driirirsl knowledge of music had been oxtended O irrric BV PWr 0 r PnTV I turn Dn a by harpsichord playing and composi- Â¬ i tion and a natural inelogance of bear tattriea Sr ing and stornnoss of feature hod been Vi A UarmUtu UL lu y 4 TtvAnVllt flmallmet rlSMiria entirely overcomo by practice before One Pellet a Dobci a looking glass which was always est easiest to take CqreSIcRIIcadacheUinouaIIcadactie4 placed In front of him during his tiinliiess ConstlpatioUi Indlgcstton The itilloits Attacks and all derangements of hours of monotonous singing cts by druggisto flow FarlnrUl Dradxed Before He At tained rerfeetlon In Ills Art Carlo BroschL or Farinelll tho as ho was nicknamed by littlo mlllor bis comrades from his father being employed about a mill hod to under- Â¬ take the most fatiguing and monotonous exercises always practice by himself and never received a word of com- Â¬ mendation Tbo from bis master drudgery of singing two notes and no more for tho 6pace of three years was imposed upon him the story seems In- Â¬ credible but tbore is do doubt of its truth Tho two notes wore F and B tbo interval between which constitutes tho most perilous passage for a singer and nearly always sutlers from inaccuracy of intonation After declaim Â¬ Absolutely Pure Â¬ Â¬ JvJ 8 wfcawu Â¬ S the stomach and bowels 3 liri- - Iav Hbtia M Lexington KxcefM skUiJ lM a m Arri es asLOnveaient fi to the bujer as any lastlBKm S7Mrmv 2524 M art of sustaining sound of swelling 7rrov s JZ - I iluiuotli 73 p m No T Leave Falmouth IbHiiw Arrivs t nciiinati Tii a m Kxeej 4ay No 32 Leaven CtttetMimti KM a m Arrires -- jm inlay only Fi nioattt MC a m p m Arrive No 33 Falmouth niciiiHatl tclSp m himly only 3 ran tally between TKA1X NOTRi No No 4 Ixniirti and Clneinualtlxineton ran daily bet wtva dnetnaall and N os 2 aud make conneerWm l WlBdies tir for polnto on the N N A M V Hy No i makea thb enuncrttiHt hi Lexiuglou IMIMBTAKT Trains of tbto Kite now ar and depart from the Cetilral Lliion t 1 veneer StaiMW CltxitiHaU making eon j Hon for all mhI NorUt Kat ami Cheeked Inrnaxh Tieketo mM lu ui otat reaefcwl by a railroad I or full uartieulars addiwM oreallot any a nt of Uie onnutfiir I MUXt ON K H BACON 1 ri v KaiV A BU Tra v UndBnaU u Lextiitou Ky S V B MOttHE Uenl Paw Agt Cineinnnti II - HUNTINGTON V Ires Oen Manr F K CAUU A xt- - KichmoBd Ky Gt neral OtBeeK CnamtrofCwHiEaeree Build- Â¬ ing Ueiiiati O -- Iwrtmiatl Sl m Arrives Kxeopt r UMjay JdulimtmUrs r 3 W13M ffSUi S35WtdiCuvaBd treettrash tra icIL u- n ec3i of the i L kg Ie ll Jioet thcuza f i a wc k more fo t and bv tfcc Cktb for each vatch beibre it rocs h wl ve ivc you iCt ir mooey v a any on- Use jj c 13 - cut 1 e ccnr only paysijase dog the lTes5i It the note and diminishing of employing every degree of shading had formed part of his studies during his earliest days of drudgery with no more thau two notes to work upon And after a year spent in trills ho was passed on to practice tho countless embellishments of song which formed so large a part of muslo in those days nnd in which Porpora particularly do lightcd Seven years of toilsome labor had now gone by Farinelll was now seventeen years of age His voice was a soprano of the most extraordinary compass He could ascend to the on tho ledger line above tho staff and could sing to tho E in the middle of the bass clef He was quite unconscious of his powers and was still in the midst of his exercises and studies blindly pursuing and achieving day by day the task that was sot him with methodical accuracy till at last tho day arrived when according to tho legend ho came to Porpora and said Master what mora shall I do to at ody first quality aaaaxaur Ocr10Silver pnecs are abool what fcihefs get cs tot Hitrt enhcr huotmg case or oprn 4ir6CatjO Watclitsabtcm wiod AmcncnLevcffA jy sastaaalSilwr ntiriitttcncf Ijevcj tern- - wwo tna Amcncan Vat4n ourIbr sec- - fv - not tnecracr ad Haee Wt At lwr J- i fuilv eoual td anv I watch sold for E br Lers We nd fint dus Sudened GoW Case much R snore SAtntactory ana semcescle man jrW any Solid Gold Cni Ciatcan be soldat fc J less than doable the money a cheap j Si solid cases are In aziaUy dLn weak U lo T qcabty and worthless after lllftt short ase Onr g3S AVateh contains iHfc naaerous lmnortant catented lmi-i- provements of Tttal imponasce to accur 5 ale nmmaJaUni DuitrMf- - laltnl IHTarfv which we controTeiclasiTclT It gt unmy eqsaiior accuracy appearance dura hOtty and service to any f 75 Watch euher ff S1 tfrairf ft ciulav u2riiranZuJij It rlJTcDed Com iqcr V 4G f Mk fe Mother 6e5Vldr VRRABrtCLD 50 RtTctlSkfCH CO HS ftnwttMasassMassMaatsasas t Si5TJ Mb Gtoailt Co road Watch is especially constructed for f--W J V Tf J Si la swMt exacting tr 1 road Watch csade Open Face cr Hunting- - 15 prices are euner an cash or in cJcxis ah tese is wkk JHJfrt acres ITGIVEIaliniS ICIbUblUUliU BiUCSaliCciCs aErHfixs ID04 tAtEBTST rKILftEA PA 5 1 jfi haceorimntog a3 Uuigii-ooilnu- - TUa fcUJI CJ V Ptnln- - tmVJ ttrt5TfcS5 7S B53I t bmmzmm K MIES i Porpora replied Go my son you have no further need of me You are tho greatest singer in Longmans Magazine tho world THE tain perfection1 ISSW FIRM Agents Wanted Wax Watch hsiriaer SOO pgrfcetyrgeUai I kfaJavrt TaMTBftla jOlTrl- sinr goods Â¬ 32 i Trrt tsy Cwwf SjsS lanry iiijiciij THE SHORTEST BETWEEN We wish to announce to the public thmt we have just opened in Hie Jwb nest door to the Garnet t Iiottee on Sexnd street a fresh stoek of tlie best brands of AHTEE5 CHICKEN 8 Hours the Quickest and Cholera Cure lew Orleans STAPLE and FANCY ENTIRE TRAINS BAGGAGE CARS DAY COACHES AND SLEEPERS Run Through Without Change 110 MILES 7 IIOUKS TIME 27 HOURS GROCERIES that cau be had in tlte cities propose to sell We THE SHORTEST THE QUICKEST BETWEEN Cincinnati Jacksonville Florida TIME 28 HOURS The Only Line Running Through Sleeping Cars Cincinnati to Jacksonville Without Change Â¬ CHEAP for CASK Come and see us and be convinced that we have a first class stock li Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined Bat the at discovery of a remedy that positkdy aim it has been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 5o cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guarWe shall aim to secure a fair share anteed If after using two thirds of a bottle the thoroughly of custom by square dealing and satisfied with buyera is not for Chicken it as cure Cholera return it to the undersigned the haadling of desirable goods and your monev will be refunded 1818 STOCKTON BUOOKS DAVID CHENAULT CO Â¬ Â¬ THESHOKTMNE FKOSI JUNCTION CITY TO CHATTANOOGA Reasonable Prices Â¬ BIRMINGHAM MERIDIAN JACKSON VICKSBURG MOBILE Close Connection Made at New leans with Southern Pacific nnd Texas Pacific for Or- Â¬ Â¬ Texas Mexico 12 Hours Quicker California than any other Line 29- - ADRUFF utovr JEWELER DEALER IN SeTTlne Machine 3 A tMi T at arm M4bllb pm by tnde la XNcasr ear mttbintt pwfMc rn tea raariaiTL sr JUana rmxu - WMrt u Kna -B Jag irceto on rmZxvvY iam- 1wt vnn loctJHTJfc rrrr in cull -W UUUt rM I pI the T9rMfitk ail th utmcliinrsiim EkTS A1M AV vrUl ftlueoetlT freeTalsaMe art tettd a enrjM ti4jM--A- Ue CI ojt and MicplM a return wvsuktlut to bewtbt r end ta toaa who mijrttu atyoarlxnneaaidaftcrS jtmr mMiHtintu DcrviD Btadrioaowi prerttv Tbu craad it ctade after tie Kin per patent wlucb bare ran oat ttrfore naurati U- - trtth tht ma oat ft aoM for i53 a mi r -- frttactuncnu aad stow aatta for flLTlO lVtastKaTliratlTUasUB aBSBsirS efel bdl Direct Connection Made at Shreveport with Texas and Pacific Ey wimout Jraiifcier for Nothern Tezas Mexico California and the West c EyFor jDs lire rfpTWvi bt FRANK W WOOLEY Trav Pass Ant Lexington Ky or C S BARRETr Trav Pass Agt Chattanooga Tenn C Rates Maim allres rconlrvd Flain wbawnta to at ence can Inef arnmenon bttp- nra the acriormacsino in tnt world and tha 4iTnHn fwortofbrbartTalrwa toaihrrbi America LmarDWC No cacital worrd ah la J GeuI Gauit Mgr Cincinnati -- D G Edwards Gen Pass Agt O Xlt Cii 27 26 Sc CO liox 740 Aucuatas Muluo HARRISON 109 D MILLER uALT - HOUSE KY IRVINE STREET LOUISVILLE Kext Door to Post Office Furniture Repairing AND Done rromptly Tho Largest and Finest Hotel in the city UPHOLSTERING IOOGOO Watohee decks Jewelry Silver and FINE STYLE CARPETS LAID IN Give him a Call 24- - Rates25oto 4 Per Day Plated ware ete Special attention given to Pounds According to rooms Turkish and Russian Bat lis in Hotel 32 31 WOOL OivinRlon VETOING DIAMOKDB fAITEB Carpenters Work AND OTHKR PKECIOOrf tsTONES Arnold Bro want to I am preimred in do all kinds of Imy lOOOOt pouihIi of Wool Will pay Carpenleru work in llrht clHss the IilKlieet market price Tlim e who Also estimate fiirni thed in style short liave wool to soil will find it to their notice H TYLER BAXTER 43- interest to call 32- - Froroptlv dune nmS In a workmanlike manner r THE FAVORITE CARRIAGE WHOLESALE MANUFACTURERS OF GO Casb Paid for Old Gold and Silver 8 Dnt Jorget the place next door to the Post ofllee Itiobmond Ky jan4 tf B C Please Head The Singer Manufacturing Company in ImjIWIhr a mad line with Hsntl AKacliment and Portable tpeslally to adapted for invalid travelers Any one witlilnsr n 43ont S96 cakIi masiilue of tbl type will please leave order at the office 13 First street 2 Co ri n 8 ia 9 kept in stock 40 P 8 It Is sold only by order J F Stone J FA not FBME 30 5 Write for Catalogue VEHICLES FOR THE TRADE CINCINNATI OHIO U S A WAYFARING TREE A Family of Gigantic Shrnbs Unknown to Moat American Headers Tho wayfaring tree Fi6rnm lan tana is in reality a shrub and grows to a height of about fifteen feet Its leaves are somewhat thick soft and velvety and of an ovate shape cordate at tbo base and downy on tho under side It is a native of Britain where it is found growing in woods and hedges chiefly on calcareous soils Whon young It grows rapidly and tho long pliant shoots are In Germany used for the purpose of basket making Tho trusses of white flowers which it produces aro succeedod by somewhat flat oval shaped fruit which ripens through stages of yellow and red to black and becomes when perfectly ripo a somewhat mealy astringent pulp In Switzerland this fruit is mado into a kind of ink and when tho shoots are two or throe years old m they are used for making stems for THE SIDE TRACKED MAN tobacco pipes The wayfaring tree by no moons The Individual Who Get Little Consola- Â¬ tion from Ills Fellows beautiful or specially attractive to tho I left Detroit on what Is locally generality of people yot caught tbo poetic fancy of William Iiowitt and called the noon train East This has was mode by him the subject of a lit- Â¬ always been a favorite train of mine tle poem of which tbo following Is on It was fast and a person did not have to get up before daylight to catch it extract When the train camo to tho first sta-Â¬ Wayfaring Tree what ancient claim tion in Canada it stopped When it lias thou to tbat right pleasant name Was It that soma faint pilgrim came came to thb next station it stopped Tlnhopeily to tbee When It came to the third it stopped la tbat brown deserts weary way Mid toll and thirsts consuming sway This began to alarm me for heretofore And there as neath thy shade be lay when I had gone East on that train it Blessd tbo Wayfaring Tree opulus or comrnon had passed all stations on the fly I The T7r6tnn guelder rose Is another British species complained to tho conductor about it also a large growing shrub reaching but be said ho didnt run the road All when cultivated a maximum height of I wanted him to do was to run that about twelve feet It is much more train I explained this to him Wo ornamental In evory respect than the had quite a controversy about it until at last last mentioned The leaves are brood bling be declined to listen to my grum- Â¬ any threo lobed irregular serrated nt tho brakoman moro SeeThen I attacked the here I said I edges and quite smooth The flowers It are puro white and much more beau Â¬ thought this was a fast train This train tiful on tho cultivated plant than when used to be he answered used to tide track furnuthln now she it is in a wild state Cowpor mentions sido tracks for overy thin the guelder roso as Somehow this terse sentence stuck Throwing up Into the darkest gloom to my mind and kept repeating itself OJ neighboring cypress or more sable yew Her silver globes bright as the foaming surf as the punch brothors punch with That the wind serers from the broken wave care phraso did This train used to Although the flowers of tho guelder side track for nuthin now she side-Â¬ rose aro most beautiful on plants cul- Â¬ tracks fur every thin How typical tivated In tbo shrubbery nothing can of llfo that Is Every body knows rival the ruby purity of Its clustering some man who used to side track fur berries when growing in its nativo nuthin who carried every thing bo glen Tho intermingling tints of yel- Â¬ fore him who mado peoplo stand on low crimson and purple in its autumn tho side track while he went booming leaves too are often exquisitely love- by at over so many miles an hour ly This species prefers to grow In Then there came a stop and a sudden swampy thickets in company with wreck The very speed at which ho briar hazel and sloe bushes where It was going mado the disaster moro often Is a very striking and attractive complete He lost courage and lost object Tho wood is sometimes em- Â¬ his grip on tho world and its ployed in making skewers affairs and now ho side tracks fur Thoro are a great many species of every thin If I had ten dollars Fturnum but only the two already and my liberty said a noted convict mentioned are natives of our own coun- Â¬ In the Ohio ponltontlnry I would try Viburnum Units is the Laurislianus mako ono million dollars before tho of the gardens and is a most beautiful year was out This man had been a hardy evergreen shrub The foliage great financier and he side tracked is finely massed and I have frequently for nuthin Suddenly his train got on seen plants in suitable places near a side track that led right into tbo pen- Â¬ tho sea bloom the whole of tho itentiary Ho was side tracked for ten winter It was introduced in 1596 years Perhaps when he gets out ho and is a good deal propagated and will sldo track for nuthin but I doubt grown in pots for conservatory pur- Â¬ A man soon gets rusty who remains poses It is a native of the south of long on a sldo track Europe Newcastle Eng Chronicle Tho conductor stuck up loyally for his train although ho had to admit Sudden Change of Opinion that it was not as fast as it used to be But it was evident that tho brakeman Wife looking up from newspaper I just think newspapers are horrid who had mado tho remark I had quot- Â¬ ed had lost all respect for It Ho had things and Husband interrupting Hush my nothing but contempt for a train that Moral dear As Buhver truly said The sldo tracked fur every thin newspaper is the chronicle of civiliza-Â¬ The man who begins to side track tion tho common reservoir into which gots littlo consideration from his fel- Â¬ overy stream pours its living waters lows Luke Sharp in Detroit Free and at which overy man may come Press and drink The newspaper is a dally An AthensGa young man paid and sleepless watchman that reports Â¬ to you every danger that menaces tho a father 5 for tho privilege of courtof your country and its In- Â¬ ing his daughter Ho married another institutions girl and demanded back the 5 The terests at homo and abroad Wife I dont care what Bulwer old man offsot the bill with an account says Tho newspaper are horrid for firewood and kerosene oil Tbo Hero is the local papsr that refers to matter was compromised iii yon as a sick old reprobate who is A woman up In Malno got tho befct moving heaven and earth to secure tbo of tho prohibitory liquor law and offi Â¬ nomination for mayor cials who try to enforce it by dressing HiiBband Whats that Durn theso lu an army suit and peddling whisky newspapers If I had tbo power I in bottles from a basket When a would crush thorn as I would so much woman will she will yon may depend I Termln Atchison Kan Globe out CROWS ffect of Two Cartrlilces Exploded In a Convention of the Birds I dont suppose so many crows were ovor slaughtered in tho same length of timo as I saw killed out in Colorado this winter said a Scrantdn traveler who has just returned from a two months tour In the far West I stopped two weeks with an old school Â¬ mate in Colorado and the second day I was there ho told me ho was going to show me something novel that after Â¬ noon Four miles from his rceidenco bo bad a quarry and in tho quarry worked a number of men who knew how to handle the dynamite In a barren ridge about three furlongs from the quarry hundreds of crows met and quarreled and fought every afternoon and their racket mado Borne of the mad Workmen in the quarry My host had heard the men find fault so tdnny times with the crow that ho had set himself to work to contrivo a plan for slloncing tbom and he told mo that ho had per- Â¬ fected bis schomo on tho previous day and got every thing in readiness for carrying it into execution So that afternoon bo hitched up and we drove out to tho quarry Then be explained it all to me From tbo top of tho ridgo whoro tho crows wcro In the habit of as- Â¬ sembling ho had ordered tho men to string a wire along tho tops of knee high sticks stuck In the ground to a a spot opposite to tho opening of tlid quarry There wore two branches to tho wire on the ridge and at the ond of each branch there was a dynamite cartridgo larger than a candle Near tho quarry there was a littlo battery and my friend told mo that his plan was to have ono of the dynamiters work the battery as soon as the crows got thick on tho ridge He took two good field glasses along and through them we were to watch the explosion and Its effects on the crows Wo took our position on a knoll at least throo quarters of a mile from tho ridge and in plain sight of tho dyna Â¬ miter that person being instructed to touch the battery button whon he saw my friend wnvo a white handkerchief About throe oclock tho crows began to settle down on tho ridge all around where my friend said the cartridges lay They came from every point of tho compass and tho din thoy mado was heard plainly enough whero wo were Thoy cawed and fluttered and hopped over ono another and in fif- Â¬ teen minutes tho ridgo was a mass of moving black wings and bodies I was watching them through tho pow- Â¬ erful glass that my friend had lent mo and he was making observations too and wo were talking to ono another about how tho crows would be apt to feel when tho dynamite went off among them Alter awhile ho said Keep good watch now Im going to glvo tho sig Â¬ nal and in less than half a minute there was a quick dull explosion that jarred the ground a littlo whoro we sat and tho air on tho ridgo for rods around appeared to be filled with small black particles that looked more liko a swarm of gnats and files than anything else Tbo cloud was mixed with dust and other brown par- Â¬ ticles and when tho mass settled wo couldnt soo a single orow either on tho ridgo or in the sky anywhere around I guess it was a success my host exclaimed gleefully and now woll go over to the spot and soo what effect tho explosion had on tho crows So wo hurried down tho side of tho knoll and ran across a littlo flat to tho foot of tho ridgo whoro wo began to find crows bills legs claws whole heads tails and wing feathers and other evidences of the remarkable havoc mado by tho two cartridges There must have been all of two hun- Â¬ dred crows on tho ridgo whon tho dy- Â¬ namite exploded but wo couldnt find a whole crow anywhere Ithadklllod every one of them and scattered their remains ovor a large territory and up to the time that my visit came to an end the workmen reported to my host that thoy hndnt seen or heard a solitary crow within a mile of where the dynamite had got in its deadly work on tho flock of black flutterers Scranton Pa Cor N Y Sun FOR DYNAMITE DIGNITY OF LAdOrt What Amortca Il Donn to Make TVorlt Ilesprctel Iff All daises Impccunlou3 lords an 1 dukes of tho old country aro beginning to appre- Â¬ ciate the reward if not tho nobility of labor For centuries thoy havo wrapped themselves In the mantles of their own greatness until now many of them aro bankrupt Thoy stand asldo and see Americans who have made millions In trade received graciously in court a thing whioh Americans do not care two cents about while tho noblemen havo not enough money Whllo to buy a court dross manufacturers havo been hewing out fortunes all around them theso tilted drones havo seen their own fortunes slipping awny A few years ago a goutleman with a title would havo scorned to ongago in an honost industry but tho change has como and if somo of tho old aristocrats could rise from their graves and see their descendents bearing tho old title try Â¬ ing to mako enough monoy in trndo to support It their ghostly shapes would quiver with outraged honor But it is being done and tho world is nono tho worso for it either Ono of tho nrettiust and most popular countesses in Franco nnsopoticd a millinery estab- llshment In Paris A leading Marqulso bolsters up her debilitttcd fortune by loaning out her silver pato cut glass ware and candclebra for dinner and wedding occasions Another xarisian lady of title deals in curios and art troasures and is malting monoy fast out of her less scnslblo titled acquaint- Â¬ ances Tho son of an Enrl who will inherit his fathers title with his fathor3 poverty has started to mako his living by markot gardcnlng and the second son of an English lord Is lu tho stovo business In London Americans can claim the honor of SHftCKELFORD SeU GENTRY 1 CLAUDE pianos nlad 0h0Cr Sell the best one and two horse Se wJgSl Sell the best Wire Ohlckrown Sell the best Feed Cutter Sell the best Randall Harrows Sell the best Plows Sell the best Sulky Plow Sell the best Fertilizer The Vandiver Cultivators Th BrOOTX2a i Tte old Hickory She HaOTOrtllTllG Bel3l City I71ie WILL 8ELL YOU A 1 TOVE OR ANY KIND OF - Harm tickle NO n Ul llliiYfli n U AT PRICES THAT WILL Tlie Oliver Tile Big Injun T5ie Excellent TIlG Affile KIona37Cll KsT Stone LITrLE ram HE WILL MAKE 3 YOU ANY KIND OF Flie HiQXiest Tinware to Order Sell the best Cook Stoves and Ranges Sell the best Cistern Filter Gentry OR MEND YOUR OLD WARE Sell the best Vapor or Gasoline Stove Sell the best Tinware Arinerd old stand t5 Call at No 26 N Second Street 20- - 22omelVIade The Finest Jack In The World i Sell TEE BEST of SVSRYTHIKG Bourbon Chief Known to the Hardware World gThey Richmond Ky April 10 1880 are hustlers from away back and dont you forget it Will make the preiit teaon at the f tables of W J Colli three miles east of Riehmood 011 Hit Union Cnv turnpike where he will serve jemies at W Ig tarts 1 Lirii Ml - SHACKELFOMGENTEY 43- - giving labor a dignity it has never bo fore known in tho history of tho world Tho man to day who has mado a half million by his own efforts is respected more than tho man who can trace his ancestry back to tho Crusade oven in countries where blue blood and titles havo always been valued so highly Stores and Hardware THE CORNER CIOTHEEB BEjIv FAEM for SALE -- iiw AT McKEES OLD STAND OR Reason payable wh ii eoalt ie foaled Will keep jennets m grat for 10 centper day In all ease the grazing must be paid when the jennet is taken away every care will betaken but no responsibility for accidents or escape BOURBON CHIEF W 16 hands 3 inches high without feline and weighs 1200 pounds making him the jack in the world lie is coal black witli mealy nose and for bone weight style action and appearance has no equal Bourbon Chief was sired by Red monds Herenles he by Pattersons Buena Vista he by old Buena Vista he by Imported Mammoth Hercules dam by imported Espar tio Bourhon Chiefs 1st dam by Lears Napoleon he by Imported Na- Â¬ poleon 2nd dam by Buena Vista 3rd dam by Imported Castillian WJ J S COLLINS lgt Â¬ Cor Main and 3 miles First Streets - 40 52 Richmond Ky of splendid land from Herritigtou Dickinson county Konxas 1C0 acres In grncs and well fenced with wire for put ture 160 acres in cultivation There Is I have 320 ACRES SADDLES HARNESS AEIB THE LATEST SPUING STYLES AND BEST GRADES OF CUSTOM MADE The A GOOD HOUSE containing four rooms aud a good well ol soft water at the kitchen dour also a tine stock well with wind pump and an inexhaustible supply of watar EAR old and reliable Saddle and Harness House of Sir No 26 Second PICKETSto Street next has a complete Spurs Horse A GOOD STBXwS All sizes shapes ages and kinds of men and boys can find precisely what they want No matter how fat or how lean or how tall or how small White can fit you A BIGHUTS - GRAINERYand CRIB 100 acres in corn aud A0 acres in oats this spring 10 acres in Garnett House stock of Blankets Whips Saddles Harness Bridles Boots Curry Combs Scrapers Toe Weights Soaps Oils and everything else needed by persons who handle horses A FINE YOUNG ORCHARD garden and truck patch Tiiere has been hevernl hundred shade trees planted alxiut the building All the buildings nave been put up in the lust two years A KKd public school and church one half mile from the place Every house in the town of Herritigtou lias been built in the hut five ears and it now has 3UO0 inhabitants 3 new railroads machine ehnps elect lie light Mreet cars nnd a first clas patent roller fliur mill besides other industries Splendid schools and fcevcral good churches good society and everything to make a good town stock of CUFFS Saddles Manufactured to Order and none but the best material Gentlemens ladies and Saddles kept in stock Harness of every description Trace Chains Hames Backhands Bcllybands Collars Collar Pads Hame Strings Plow Lines Blind Bridles Whips and otlter things used on the farm Only experienced workmen employed If you want a Saddle you have a hundred to select from ranging in price from 4 upwards If you want a let of Harness you have a 150 sets to select from ranging in price from S up All prices of Plow Gear from the cheapest to the best Something entirely new in Curry Combs The handsomest lot ot lap Cloths ever brought to Richmond 41- used boys Â¬ SHIBTS CILUIS DIDEIIEU Will Give A Big Bargain Suspenders Handkerchiefs Gloves in selling or exchange this farm for a Keutucky farm cau give possession any lime For further information call on me at Stringtown R R camp or write to the address below 46 51 NecktiBSUmlirBllas Waiting Canes TRUNKS YALISES aud everything else in his line 45- - Million Madison County Ky C T BLACK COMMISSIONERS ALE JESSAMINE CIRCUIT COURT Â¬ Ij D Baldwins Admrx Plff vs j ers who bait their advertisements Dont be caught by that cheap bait and clap trap There are deal- Â¬ with cheese just to get their Nat B Baldwin c NotlceofSale Defts victim inside By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Jessamine Circuit Court If you are a man use good rendered at the February Term thereof away by that parot gabble 1SS9 In the above cause the under- Â¬ goods and prices signed will on Blan or a Mouse Are Yon a judgment Dont have your talked senses Cheap 1 Cheap Cheap 1 but compare IoifJie31889 COME AND SEE US County Court day for Madison coun- Â¬ ty proceed to veil at public auction to SHOES the highest bidder nt the Court House door in the town of Richmond Ky the following described property to 41- One undivided third part of wit ttie OWEN We wont talk much but well produce the goods that talk for us and convince you that this is the best place to buy your BOOTS and Respectfully - - JACK FREEMAN Richjiond No 3 Finsr Street Ky Cinciniiatl Tho Pop alar line between LAFAYETTE Indianapolis and HcZSE H 0 TBAYlTOil Will fC Beginning at the Kentucky Biverand extending towards Richmond n distance of fceven and one half miles to- Â¬ gether with one third interest in all of the franchises rights aud privilege including the toll house on said described turnpike The above described interest being the iuterest of L D Baldwin Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ McKEE TRAYNOR Xtticliruond BZentucliy- STALLIONS AT KKat Eaun- Pullman Slooptnrr Cars and Elwaa t Ito clinins Chair Cars on Kieat Traira Hag niflcont Parlor Cars oa Say Trains TE3WSH CHIOAG 1st Eaiirt TrIbi ETI O SOLID ted BZTTOXH L C ZZ2 i2LX3aS HIGHLKD PARK FOB 1888 in said road Tanilalia Lias JWIman BoSet Sleeping Cars Pullman Reclining Chair Can Hew First Class Coache Sccotwl Class Coaches and Baggaza Cars all run through without change between lintianati and St Lous Cincinnati tand StLouis Tla tie C L St Hallway Big Four Elegant Reclining Chair Cars by Red Wllke3 dam by Mat Hay BmrrtN TERM8 OF KALE Said property don by Mambrino Patcheu 2nd Cincinnati and Peoria HI will be sold ou a credit of six months the purchaser being required to give dam by Gills Vermont 3rd dam by Uray Eagle 530 to insure CIStLCand I B A W Short Was bond with approved pecurity payable by Ryadicks Hambletonlan dam Zadia Warren by Commodious Reclining Chair Cars undersigned for the price to to the Black Bashaw Jr 2nd dam by Voorheea Abdat- have the force aud eQect of a judgment 50 to insure hiiisijilis FeonaIlls sad Eesh I per lull by Abdallau sire of Rdicbs Hambletonlan and to bear Interest at six per cent by Ultimns dam annum from day ot sale Via SHELDOlf by son of Mam fitL caad T P A TT B IM JOHN H WELCH brino Patcheu 2nd dam Alice Walker by Alexanders Ed win Foreet 3rd dam At Chicago St Loots sad Teerta cke sad lm 48 50 MCJCC 20 to In- Â¬ medtsta connections are mads with til Lines ta Bird by Crusader sou of Sir Arcby 4th dam by Old Copperbottom and front th Northwest SoatLwr SOWN WILKES d T HE sure 41 4 1Tst aad STERLING JJO Manufacturers of TkrrsiTiclta tat fea jgv jSljjg 5 suits U til frkdasl rtiaU Can be obtained at any Ticket Office C I St L- also via this lice at all Coupon Ticfctt C Offices Ihrrmghoot the coonlry JOHN ECAN CeaI Pass Tit Asset Rr sd cnrciy--TT- Q t M atu unlr 1 PDKSSA Sam lo u9wuca is ta mit It a TO BT3rc Bv SB SoId OJJ YTtT f iCTlJpiiVii VMmmi 5 natao real OnoFtrMnUnitktCT- tl uy svu okb nrrfc i - wttk ar baa r llonsrhtlil Staaiplca TSm aanatea aa 11 aa ta w wasta wa aa after bava kMt TV tana la yaar torn br 3 saoAth aa4 sott tana l lh wa aiay aara callrtt isn Waoxa row wa psvsarrr Tbom can b W f mTiaa ta Watch via writ at MM all axprm n sxalMc JLdrfnaa a4 Somplea - larg1- h4 taUaantfc 27 28 Co Tp7 913gortlnaitMnlne XSox ffTi THE STEBIDie waxes Toa PMOS Quality of Tono Beauty of Design FINISH and adaptability for stand- Â¬ ing in Tuno havo no equal Every Piano Warranted for Rva Years And satisfaction guaranteed to CTery purchaser Also Macofacrare the Wosld Rexottmid Wood 80 20 We have the only SINGLE APRON BINDER on the market It is manufactured by Walter A Two Five Room Cottages in Parishs addition with plank walk from Main street 37- - Â¬ BR33CK ffil FHBXiFS LOW ms aojnt S D Pabrisii Apply to Gko H Myers ok STERIilNG ORGAtf Factories Derby Conn SMITH WaoLGLALE 49 40 13 iSSS10 43 16 SENSIBLE LOW COST HOUSESMiQW Kffsf ready Representatives NIXON TUa contains Ejaaa SllastratSoBS aad cosspleta deeolptSns of A3 hooae tar 81730 and tvnr to n aks teaa Biowi bow yon can fcuUd a away hcm cool ana airy lasmasMr Illln TUEU newATlaCiusciBKriMIBaYII CE GOLD ICE y My wagnn will deliver foa in oUy every morHrntr at the regular market price Leave orders at Dyke Grocery 40 62 JOHN E DYKES t989 24 28 W 4th St Cincinnati N Broadway Lexington Ky 3109 ty aaaHmatea STtefiar Tc hsoedlar boBdn ar bosua odwarna than Vast netlajda Describes asasai Anfesl lAJHEKiaVK VUBLISI11KOCO- rave jrursaowsHAvci at j ymwii n pjrtofihe