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the alarm o now felt by tho Intelligent jtMwret tf 4eo P M well-to-dAyers Sarsaparilla contains only white citizens of among tho natives paying cash for and the purest and most effectlvo remedial Topcka Kan lost their city shall be Â¬ C MORGAN D D S J thorn in cose he cant make a dicker properties bankrupted by the votes of the poor for somo of his wares All tho peoplo Ayers Sarsaparilla is prepared with negroes who OFFIOE Min street over Madl through theso sections know tho jolly and ignorantyears ago and flocked extreme care skill and cleanliness thither a few with the hw National Bank Richmond Kv peddlor and they aro always glad Ayers Sarsaparilla la prescribed by 22 If unanimous protest of tho whole Repub- Â¬ i when ho comes around for he gener- Â¬ lican press leading physicians last winter against the pro- Â¬ ally has a new story or two to toll posed admission of Now Mexico as Ayers Sarsaparilla is for ealo DDS a them and his visit is a break in tho State because of the Ignorance of the everywhere and recommended by all KIRKSVILLB KY first class druggists dull monotony of their lives Up to a white Inhabitants of that Territory OflW E Fin ell Resdetee short time ago Peddler Frisbie had a Ignorance not so dense nor widespread Ayera Sarsaparilla is a medicine Ever thing pertaining to the and not a beverage in disguise pet animal that greatly interested and as that which prevails among the rtrwft iim 47 Ayers Sarsaparilla never fails to amused his many customers all along blacks in Southern States All theso effect n cure when persistently used his rough and hilly route but it will incidents servo to illuminate the M DR according to directions amuso them no more forever for it met Southern problem and they ought to Ayers Sarsaparilla is a highly con Â¬ nsudden and tragio fate tho other day show the most partisan the need of PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON centrated extract and therefore the Peudler irtsbios pot animal was a charity Hereafter when wo hear of most economical Blood Medicine in the OFFICE Stniiml t treet nexl to tame otter that ho called Funny and some abuse ol a Southern negro by a market Wliten UrHjr Store june22f it was as interesting a creature as tho Southern white let us recall how ne- Â¬ Ayers Sarsaparilla has had a sucÂ¬ writer has ever seen in tho Pocono re- Â¬ gro children have been treated by cessful career of nearly half a century G EVANS M D gions and was never so popular as at present whites in moro than one Ohio town PHYSICIAN Three years ago this spring Farmer when we find Southern whites com- Â¬ AND SURGEON Thousands of testimonials aro on Alonzo Millor caught two young otters plaining that tho unrestricted rulo file from those benefited by the use of OFFICE Keeond street noar the head of Ash creek in Clifton of the blacks would involve tho com- Â¬ junriStf township They wero as black as jet munity in financial ruin let us think and very cunning little creatures and of Topekas complaint when we arc DR TAYLOR rnrrAnED Br Farmer Miller took them home Ped- Â¬ told by Southern Democrats that tho Or J C Ayer Co Lowell Mass Praotilittner In Medioine and Surgery dlor Frisblos cart stood In front of his control of a Southern State by its ma- Â¬ 1 U botll - Worth 5 a bottle lriec houso when he got there and tho jority of Ignorant blacks would bo in Â¬ RICHMOND KY story telllng peddler was very much tolerable let us remember that the 43 OFFICE Second streetover Dykes HUNTING THE CHAMOIS twenty six degrees from Procyon and Men are like oaks standing tall by the way taken up with the young otters He Republican party of the North refused Grocery Store juue22t But soon come lifes storms and they pas the same from Betelgouse Is Slrlus tho A Sport That Involve Grc it riiysleal Ex- Â¬ picked out tho one ho wanted and ho to allow tho majority of ignorant away Dog Starthe three forming an equilat- Â¬ ertion and Many Dingers A M told Farmer Miller that he would tamo whites in Now Mexico a share HOLE SCUD FIRM tho The person who goes out in quest of the young otter before tho middle of government of the Union becauseinsuch eral triangle twenty six degrees on a Children oar parents nrn passing away MAIN STREET chamois in December or January is summer side Hard they have labored forus day by day Tho farmer didnt bellevo an idea wa3 intolerable N Y Post We are thoughtless and careless oft gle Sirius Is tho brightest fixed star in likely to bag more adventures than that it was possible but tho peddler Next Door to Luxnns Up Stairs them pain Residence at Cor Main and Tales Creek the heavens Ho is two and one half game In reality Alplno sport Is con- Â¬ knew what ho was about When Ped PITH AND POINT Bringing tears to their eyes and cares to their Avenue times as bright as the average first siderably tamer than tho passing tour- Â¬ dler Frisbie came around six months brain June 22 tf The greatest of faults is to be con Chamois stalk- Â¬ later he had the otter with him It Let us think and love them now while we magnitude star and must bo vastly ist usually supposes more brilliant than our sun ing though tho few who practico it dc was as tame as a kitten and knew its rwlous of none Carlylo larger or may Some men are so lazy they since his distance is so great that it claro it to be tho most exciting of all name as well as any of tho children Children our parents ars passing away The extensive dealers in Offttrs his professional services to the takes light traveling at the rate of pastimes is for the most part at least knew theirs From that day until wouldnt help unload If their ship Children of men we are passing away public 186000 miles per second more than in Austria left entirely to tho poach- Â¬ Funnys sudden death Peddler Frisbie should come in or day Life loo Is shortened by each Office in drug store on lower Main - Are we doing the brst thingslapse home and fifteen years to reach us If nono but those without fault ers Tho physical exertion it requires carted the otter around with him on all for juiy27 ly Street Richmond Ky for Qod 7 There was a mystery about Sirius the danger it Involvos and tho rarity of his long journeys into tho wilds throw Btones nobody would bo hit On oar coffin lid soon will fall the green sod for a long time He was observed to or rather the ontire want of staunoh Whenever it rained Funny lay in a Galveston News Up then with might make the most of each W T SEXSMIT1I M D No blindness or lack of opportuni- Â¬ move about in a strange way Por a and well trained hounds account for warm and dry nest underneath the day few years he would move in one direc- Â¬ this Both the chamois and the roe seat and when the weather was fine he ty to do great things deprives any of PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Children of men we are passing away tion then he would move in another are driven but in a way suited to the sat by the side of his master or capered tho right to be a good man Abistos WHITE HALL KY at No 104 West Main Street direction It was suggested that tho character of the country and impossi Â¬ around on the top of the cart as they The lighter tho individual tho Offers bis professional services to the Richmond Ivy have received motion was due to a companion star ble on an English estate Long bo jogged over the rough roads Funny easier to float in the social swim A GREAT SCHOLARS FATF aag 17 iyr their public which did not give enough light to be fore dawn the guests who aro invited was tho peddlers constant companion Washington Critic Hed studied every lexicon from PortagueBI visible but which revolved around to take part in a chamois hunt as- Â¬ and he was as much attached to his A daughter is a llttlo white lamb to Mexican Sirius and pulled him in ono direction semble at an appointed place Then ownor as dogs get to be to their mas CORNELISON in tho household to teach men to be A polyglot mosaic was his speech and anoUior It was even calculated the steep climb into the valley which ters Ho would beg for food when he gentlemen And his vocabulary to Tom and Dick and Barrs KENTUCKY RICHMOND Was very alUtadlaous and icay beyond their In which direction ho ought to bo from is to bo the scene of operatious was hungry and Peddler Frisbio soon What you leave at your death let reach Practicing Physician When the proper posi Â¬ got to know just what tho young otter it bo without controversy else tho Sirius This idea was justified by the bogins Ilo could pirley with a Oulneaa a Vurk or discovery in 1862 of a tions aro reached the head for- Â¬ meant by his various noises lawyers will bo your heirs F Os afters bis prafesvieual services to the Abyssinian 28- star in about the calculated posi- Â¬ ester assigns to each of the guests wblie and it is much larger than they The savage tnbes of Wadslal the men ol There are many trout streams in tho born the near one of tho Many a voyager has mado ship- Â¬ have ever before handled But With aKandaharPtagonlaa an ancient Baby Â¬ tion This faint star must be of great a placo are likely to take-- passesthese Pocono and Lehigh country and what modern All size to so affect Slrlus but its surface chamois amused tho peddlers customers about wreck on tho sea of matrimony because SM are no larger than he their prices DR lonian ambushes are hidden from the heights tho young otter moro than any thing ho Or the men of Athabasca or Borrioboola Gaa has probably a low light giving power didnt choose tho right mate fore They have PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON The ancients seemed to consider above by rocks and bushes and they else was to seo him glide into a pool Ocean He could talk with cold Alaskans or with tropin are always from three to four hundred Slrlus responsible for tho extreme heat RICHMOND KENTUCKY flop and wriggle around a bit and then Madajraseans There are three things In speech Grade usually mora than ono thousand feet scamper out with a plump trout in his Could dialogue with Greek or Jew and Rus Â¬ of summerslnce they named forty days Nth- - im SmMIi Ituihllng ou Main that ought to bo considered before somo sian was his pride near the middle of summer the dog apart When onco a sportsman has mouth or paws Peddler Frisbio took things aro spoken the manner tho OF janly Sr H Bathe read a fashion column and it made days when Sirius was not visible in been placed he is expected to remain a good dual of comfort In showing his placo and tho time Southey him very solemn Ho customers how Funny caught trout in On March 1 where he i3 as silently as he can And he struggled with the lockjaw and the morning or evening MD a diamond pin Is not al Â¬ HW crawled away and died Sirius sets about 1 a m Ho sets must not leave his post on any account the brook and it was a common thing waysWearingof great wealth Many a that the public could wish Their a s ign only disturb tho drivo for tho wholo family of a wood chopper earlier and earlier until ho sets so soon as this might not PHYSICIAN ami SURGEON line of GENTLEMENS man carries his pocketbook on his to bo and the sun as RICHMOND KY THE WINKING DEMON afternot be seen not forty visible after but endanger hisasown life At nbout or a farmer to follow Frisbio and his shirt front Jewelers Weekly tho hunting party otter to the bank of tho nearest stream the same time days can for OMn in Smith DuiMing on Main OUT It makes a difference about a mans which he rises a short time before tho leave their rendezvous a party of Sr Remarkable Variablo Story With sun in tho morning These forty days drivers accompanied by dogs start to seo Funny got his food in tho way value whether you take him at his A that nature had taught him to After SfMtMl HMiiii glvt to Mieroseop a Collision Ponding from the other side of the mountain the otter had got his belly full of trout own estimation or that of his wife wero called the dog days ieal Hitd tlH iHkwl uamlimiioirS of Somervlllo Journal Almost directly overhead is seen a range The noise they make frightens he could not be coaxed or driven to lit m i and fluids f the banian body The looking glass is tho only truth Beauties of a Winters Night Something blight star This is Capella tho lead- Â¬ the chamois over the crest and if tho glide into tho creek again If tho cart SSjnm tf teller that is universally popular But About the Great MjterIous Nebula ing star in the constellation of Auriga parties have been properly organized happened to be rolling along near the this is because we interpret its reflec of Orion The Flanet Slriuj The same in is especially full the Charioteer It is associated with into the valley whero a warm welcome bank of a sparkling murmuring stream DR C S The Suns Rival Â¬ Also Goat four other smaller stars forming a has been prepared for them Except when tho ottor was hungry ho would tions to suit ourselves and not literalSurgeon Congress and Buttons Physician and Homeopathic ly Puck somewhat irregular pentagon Toward in very rare cases those who are posted and Kangaroo Both fuss Peddler Richmond Krxtccky It may probably be considered an un Â¬ tho east and about one third the way above are expected to allow tho herd make such ato stopthat horse liftFrisbio It was a very proper answer to him Funny would have his Hoar Self t D M Hright OflM over circumstauco the most be any UMM423MI4Mt uf m iwrtl alleHlion Frmicli anil American Calf fortunate constellations that brilliant from the horizon to tho zenith is to pass before shooting in order not to from tho cart and let him get his din Â¬ who asked whybeautyman should wasdo women and all iliffi and interesting given ItMeaMaw a lighted with that it Begulus The well known slcklo is spoil tho sport of their friends below ner out of the brook Then ho would eetlt akMMite ommy IHfll treated at a dhs stars aro to be seen in the winter and seen extending northward and upward The huntsmen must of course always question which nono but a blind man tawre mm HMiaUire MeeMcrfHee seut te make his way back to tho cart and be nmyM ly amy mMnm should ask The new and popular Ooze Calf the amateur astronomer who is unwill- Â¬ from Itegulus at the end of the handle bo placed so that tho wind blows to Â¬ contented until he got hungry again ing to brave the cold blasts in order to An acquaintance grilled scored with Tanfox There Is a remarkable variable star ward and not from them JJoo nnrfor Funny had one trick that many of tho DR H R GIBSON study the beauties of the winter sky which will amply repay the llttlo the most part shot in a similar way wives of tho peddlers customers didnt deviled and served with mustard and must miss a great deal Surgery Medicine Practitioner trouble required to find it- - Imagine though roe stalking is by no means un- Â¬ like at all and it was this habit that cayenne popper excites tho appetite As the motion of the celestial sphere a line drawn from the Polo Star to usual Saturday Review xoat him his life Teddlor Frisbio whereas a sllco of cold friend with 51 SO UED HOUSE KY is not clearly understood by everyone Capella turn off to the west at right THEY HAVE ALL THAI generally let his pot follow him into currant jelly is but a sickly unrelish FOR HOMELY WOMEN a few words of explanation may be ap-Â¬ angles to this lino and at half its wherever he made bargains ing meat Thackeray propriate If we stand in an open length is scon a moderately brighter Mirrors That tVIIl Make Their Jaces Look the housessold T BURNAM Afford space on E The tinware and tho otter for fur or Defective Acoustics Handsome a clear night and watch for a star 4 climbing on every bed time we see stars rising in the a dealer in mir- Â¬ had the habit of It is true said This is B Persei or Algol tho cele-Â¬ Medium and Cmninnn ehort pping around French What an odd echo this room has cast and setting in the West and those rors that nono of us know exactly that was in sight st RICHMOND KENTUCKY Sense heels in Oxford Ties Low in tho south moving westward while brated Winking Demon or another what manner of mon wo are Tho with his dirty feet and nestling undor- - observed tho Chicago girl as sho ir Biiiion Newport Ties and Brazon if wo turn our eyes to the north we no way to find it About one third tho mirror does not enable us to see our noath tho bedclothes if no one drovo sipped her chocolate and looked about AR F OFFICE wit way from the zenith to tho northwest Dont jou jnne 2 It the large dining halL iinm hi FirM Nrpl Adonis Buckle lice that if wo take a point in the heav- Â¬ point is seen a bending row of stars outer solves as others seo us Only him off When Peddler Frisbio made his last think its acoustics is bad Mr Ca- ens about half way from the north tho convex side toward tho western tho finest mirrors approach perfection township point to tho point overhead stars horizon South and west of this row of surface The best are made of trip through Coolbaugh was warm last hokia JA and Toughest I ever struo c replied winter the weather above this point are moving toward which marks the constellation Per- Â¬ plate glass but If you happen to look springlike The front door of James tho young man from SL Louis sawing tho left and stars below toward the seus is Algol associated with three into a large mirror you discover that open when ho away on his steak with great energy THEY HAVE THE right while those on the left aro mov Â¬ other smaller stars to form a rhom- Â¬ tho straight lines and right anglo3 of a Gleasons house stood of RICHMOND KENTUCKY Chicago Tribune drovo his cart in front the dooryard ing downward and those on the right boid Now the peculiarity about this room appear all awry The reflection OFFICE on Fin t street same as Knox Stetson pttor ran into tho houso to tho object reflected gate Tho upward Jormerly occupied by County Judge star is that its light is variable After most nearly true Mrs Glea- Â¬ made of You remind mo of a hen sitting oct6 ly In fact stars in this region never shining like a reliable star of the sec- Â¬ Is obtained perhaps from a hand mir Â¬ aheadbed him and stood for a corner of Marwiclc and Miller in which sons said an editor of a on an old egg set but describe small circles about a ond magnitude for two days and four- Â¬ ror made of plato glass or from a me Drew point in the celestial sphere elevated tho front room Airs uleason was plagiarist who was working over an CS teen he begins to grow fainter tallc mirror of moderate sizc crust on the table when Why so asked the both hard and soft A Full Line of in our latitude about 40 degrees until hoursthe end of three and a half Great pains are taken to insuro a rolling out pie into her bed and sho old time poem at climbed Because you are reconstructor above tho north point This point is hours ho is of only the fourth magni- Â¬ true surface in plate glass but fow tho otter NY beat poor Funnys brains out with tho warming up an anolcntlay called the north pole of the celestial tude He then grows brighter and at mirrors long in use have a surface in a RICHMOND KY she was so vexed at his sphere and is marked by a star of the the end of another three and a half single piano A slight defect distorts rolling pin bed dirty Peddler Frisbie Evening Journal Offlee 011 Second Street June 22 tf I havent seen Miss Gushy second magnitude Polaris or the Pole hours is again of tho second magni Â¬ the image I have seen homely wom- Â¬ getting her could do nothing and bad but re- Â¬ Star which is known to every body tude The period of variation is about en look almost handsome in a mirror feltis going toho to find another baby sinco I returned from music try marked young Shallow S including Monarch Shirts E W This star is only a degree and a half two days twenty hours forty nine by reason of a defect in the surface ho I wonder Funnys placa Scranton what she will think of the mustache I from tho true pole so that it describes minutes and so when the time of any that remedied a bad feature It is not ottor to take Y Sun and Coon Collars and Cuffs Pa Cor N If sheis as affectionhave raised a very small circle and thus appears minimum as the darkening is called difficult to sell such mirrors to ladies NECKWEAR IN PROFUSION stationary ate as sho used to be to me returned SERIOUS RACE VAR who need a flatterer near at hand is known following minima may easily RICHMOND KY Merritt I should say sho would be All tho stars revolve in circles bo calculated Hero is a mirror that illustrates Thoughts Suggested by Itecent Disturb great variety t An as- Â¬ Two minima are here Main and First Btreets Gloves in Office corner tickled to death N X Sun around this pole but some of them given March 2 945 p m March 5 wl sit I have said continued tho deal- Â¬ ancet In an Ohio Town Â¬ sortment of Silk and Linen Hand- move In circles so large on account of tip etalrs over Ramseys er taking down a circular glas3 in-Â¬ Why Bridget what in Another serious outbreak of race Mistress 650 p m kerchiefs Â¬ Now the world are you dolny with my now their distance from the pole that por- Â¬ identify the closed in a stout frame which was pro prejudice is reported from Ohio It will bo advisable to Grade tions of their orbits lie below tho hori Â¬ Star from the directions given at about vided with a handle The listener Richmond a town of 3000 inhabitants dress on Bridget Sure mum its Original Designs Hosiery of zon and these stars rise and set Of 9S0 in the evening and then watch looking in beheld an odd distortion of in Clermont County has about 700 yerself what gavo It to me Mistress I gave It to you Bridget Yls UMBRELLAS in silk and other course this motion is all apparent and for it at the proper hour in its changed Ms own features Ono eye appeared white school children to 800 black OF ARTISTIC is duo to the rotation of tho earth position due to ths higher than tho other one cheek After the ropeal of- - the black laws yez said Ol cud have it as soon as yez goods with assorted handles earths rotation the consequent toothaoho Jewelry which is accomplished in 23 ht2ll 6 Astronomers aro not agreed as to bulged as if swollen with was carica- Â¬ two years agoof and public schools of had worn It out an bogorra yea wore It Elegant line of Shirt Now since throwing open the Harpers minutes 409 seconds and the whole countenance out yosthorday afthernoon causes this remarkable periodic 41 40 tho State to children of both races on Bazar tho suns revolution about the earth what of the stars light but the tured Look steadily for a minute said equal terms the negroes of Now takes 24 hours tho time is longer diminution Above all Professor speaking opinion a large than the time of tho earths rotation general revolving is that the star dark tho dealer and he began to turn tho I Richmond wore porsuaded to have things eat slowly Never bo in a hurÂ¬ body Is at a mirror slowly A he did so the feat their children kept in separate rooms around time on account of the retarding influ-Â¬ Mrs Putupoa ry at your meals frightful speed and partially eclipses ongagea in son ot and thus virtually allow the old line ence of the earths annual rovoJutkm Im Tho ures ronoctett dance For noa two sec Â¬ of distinction to bo maintained But whispering to her neighbor tho star at every revolution about tho sun the stars gala oa the period seems to be shortening grad Â¬ kaleidoscopic CHICKEN glad my cook and housemaid aro not was the face the same Whllo ono negro James Ringold decided to here They spend two hours at dinner sun each revolution by an amount onds is so the equal to tho difference between 24 ually and if this primary satellite is this was going on the eyes of tho gazer Insist upon his rights and sent his now and the other day Bridget told approaching the and will Cholera Cure out children into a room occupied by me she was gettiDg dyspep3y and as they hours and 23 hours A minutes 409 ultimately strike it The forco of such felttheirifsocketswore being twisted before the mirror white children The llttlo negroe3 she thought it was becauso she ate so 3 mlnutosro591 seconds seconds or a collision would be sufficient to make of mada a fulland revolution tho per Â¬ wero abused and made miserable in fast so that each evening a given star will united bodies shine out with wonderful had every way and finally Ringold apÂ¬ rise about four minutes earlier than it brilliansy There aro many variable formance had become very painful evening said tho pealed to tho courts to protect him previous This It Feels odd doesnt did the Meiico Califomia Heavens but varia Â¬ in Now that mirror is a scien and them suing tho superintendent of amounts to two houra a month so that stars aretho so great or so their The Seml Monthly Excursions of the not tions frequent as dealer the aspect of the starry vault changes those of AlgoL Tho Arabians seemed tific toy Its surface is cast purposely j schools and thirteen prominont citizens Queen Crescent Route still continue 5000 damages Tho Circuit continually with the season planes One oye is reflected for to be awaro of this winking property In several giving to be a DODular feature of this line It happens that the portion of tho of the star since they gave it tho name in one plane tho other in a different Court decided in his iavor showed These excursions are equipped with celestial sphere we seo on a winter Algol or the Demon Pittsburgh Dis Â¬ one and tho bulging cheek in still an- Â¬ him one cent and costs This 1st Sleeping Cars and families evening contains more stars of the patch other The pain to the eye was caused the negroes generally that they could Tom to their Dew homes find this a children into the goiug by the effort to adjust the vision to tho legally send their first and second magnitude than any route and the cost of a children other portion and it is duo to this that Through pleasures and palaces tho we constant change of piano presented by rooms occupied by wiite Groat exÂ¬ comfortable sleepers Is but nominal and they did so on Friday berthln these NY tho revolution of the mirror the winter sky appears more brilliant may roam citement resultod and so much they are supplied with Matresses Pil Â¬ Graphic than the summer as well as to the fact disgust was expressed that the lows Blankete and Sheets but odb probably clearer Be it ever so humble theres no place Hke that the atmosphere is closed tho schools change Is necessary and that at New school board home on a cold winter night- - The Greely Feeling That Tired for tho remaining three months of tho Orleans In the morning To rue pleas Â¬ expedition found that near the ISorth ISspecIally If blessed with a wife whose out of Thousands of dollars worth ofÂ¬ Pole stars fully one magnitude oeiow hours are not spent in misery caused Season is here again and nearly every one school year as the only way is thus ure seeker the delights of a trip over difficulty The situation chickens die every year from Cholthis route Is all that can be desired by the limit of visibility in ur country by those draggiug down pains arising feels weak languid and exhausted The the impurities which have doscribed in a dispatch to tho Times era It is more fatal to chickens than could bo seen from weaknesses peculiar to her sex blood ladenedwith moat ex-Â¬ the connoUenr of scenic effect This been one of the This all other diseases comhined But the Region If wo stand facing the south about Pierce Ifavorite Prescription relieves been accurnulattng for months movea citing has Sundays the placo has aver route is through the Blue Glass discovery of a remedy that positively half past seven In the evening in tho sluggishly through the veins the mind and cures these troubles and bring streets have boon of Kentucky over the famous High con- Â¬ known The cures it has been made and to be latter part of February we see a grand AND to many homes fails to think quickly and the body is crowded all day All other toples Bridge spanning the Kentucky River t vinced of its efficacy only requires a array of Btars A little to tho west of euusbitie druggists darkened still slower to respond Hoods Sarsapa Â¬ were forgotten Ministers counseled along the shore of the Emory River uuder a positive for south and rfbout half way from tho Bold by L0 Sff C0HSISTS1T5 P3JC25 is in a trial A 50 cents botde is enough Â¬ forbearanee and wisa heads attempted Round the base of Lookout Mountain guarantee from manufactures of satis Â¬ rilla is just what is needed It one hundred chickens It is guarhorizon to the zenithis soon an oblong peculiar sense the ideal spring medicine to calm the impetuous Each side through the cotton fields of Alabama of formed by four conspicuous stars faction or money refunded Read using two thirds We bave the largest trade Id Central anteed If after It purifies vitalizes and enriches the professes to fear violence from tha and Mississippi to New- - Orleans where guarauteo on bottle wrapper Kentucky awl guarantee ealiffnotloD a botde the buyer is not thoroughly about 10 degrees long by 6 degrees blood makes thii head clear creates an other All the teachers will sue for connection k made vritb the overland Â¬ wide The distance Irom thohoriaoa satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken prices and informa SSfWnle The cleansing antiseptic and lienling appetite overme that tirad fitryi their salaries for tha remamder or tha 1 express For further laformauon ad- to the zenith is 90 degrees wMch will tion before onieriug any style of work Cholera return it to d undersigned and imparl new strength and vigr to tscia aijswUy litigation if nottiSsg drees D G Edwasds G A serve as a sianaara lor comparison qualities of Dr Sages Catarrh Be ruedy and your monegSefuBQea- CiaclnnaU 0 else u aura to louow SON Importers 42- WM ADAMS 4 51 the vrhoSe bodv r This oblpng marks the constellation are unsqualed Ky J W CREED je J POYNTZ W TJ Ayers Sarsaparilla Ciikxx1 Orion Orlcn was a mighty hunter In PHYSICAL HEALTH the Greek mythology and when ho Tho Usefulness bf Stanly Games In Keep died they placed him among the stars lng tip National Strength IInre In the prime of life staud I to day A row of three stars crossing the cent The Interest taken in this country la And realize sadly lires pausing away of tho oblong diagonally marks tho athletic sports may sometimes assumo A word now of counsel to those who will heed tar To those who a nhort word of counsel may belt of Orion and below th central an exaggerated form but It is not to ono of these stars a vertidEb row of be discouraged neeu The sound mind in Heed them and use tliem O people I pray three smaller stars is seen making hb he sound body is still the sensible For life Is paslng so swiftly away sword maxim Tho Greeks wisely trained If tho middle one of these three stars tho body In conjunction with intellect- Â¬ The streamlets leap down from their homes be examined it will be seen to be sur- ual pursuits and the Germans owe a in the hills And sally dance onward the bright rippling rounded by a haze This Is the great great debt to Frederick Ludwig Jahn rills nebula of Orion ono of tho most won- Â¬ for his establishment of Gymnasia Soon to be lost In the roar of the sea derful objects in tho heavens and The present greatness of Prussia is Lst then forever to you and to me Let us drink of ihe water dear friends while plainly visible to tho naked eye on a largely owing to the Turner schools clear moonless night Astronomers although they wero suppressed at ono we may For tliof truatnlels are poshing yes passing have turned their great telescopes upon time on tho score of a tendency to liber- Â¬ j away it in tho hope of resolving it into a alism The indomitable spirit which mass of stars but they have been un- Â¬ has ever animated tho English people Chlklren of men we are passing away Let us drink or the stteamlcU of truth while successful and spectrum analysis now has been kept alive by field sports and we may loads us to believe tho great nebula Is physical exercises genorally and tho Let us grasp precious moments for quickly amass of glowing vapor Tho sup- Â¬ tendency to oerstrainod nervous or- Â¬ t tliei flee porters of tho nebubif hypothesis ganizations which the American cli- Â¬ And are then lost forever to you and tome looked to this body as n example of mate superinduces can only bo offset Up then with might make the most of each tho way in which a system of worlds by Vigorous habits or somo day was to bo formed out of an immenso gymnastic training Walking riding Children of men we are passing away mass of fire mist according to thoif shooting swimming base ball cricket I stand In the autumn and see the leaves foil theory but it docs not behavo just as fencing sparring and indeed tho on They cover tho carlli like a funeral paU the moss of fire mist ought to Orion tlreround of manly games involving Once they were young pretty and ercen Soon theyll decay and no more will be seen possesses many other objects of inter- Â¬ physical culture are useful in keeping Lives are like leaves but a summer to stay est especially for tho telcscoplst but up a hardy nnd determined people Then comes the winter and tney pass away they can not be enumerated here able to maintain with their stout arms Tho star In tho upper left hand what their ancestors have given them I stand In Uie forest and see the oaks fall That once were so stately so strong and so corner of the oblong of Orion Is Betei in safe keeping Sound thought firm tall geuse Twenty six degrees east of this will and sound health aro nearly insep- Â¬ The storms and the tempests assailed them star is seen another bright star arable It is certainly a natural alli-Â¬ quite sore Texas Siftlng3 They fell and their struggles remained then Procyon in the constellation Canls ance Minor the Little Dog lower down no more I out-of-do- or OTI ER A Clever Creature with One TSad Habit Which CanseU Its Death prospect that a mandamus will be asked for in tho morning to compel the school board to reopen the JUST ARRIVED -- OUR SECOND STOCK OE r oes Clothing Hats Furnishin I Goods iiich ANB TRUNKS ALL THE LATEST NOYELTIES ES 4 H3 FOE THE SPUING AND SUMMER jh a rSB Suits Hats Underwear and Flannel Shirts Having bought late we can sell them at Mood hr will ve the with wtighly fy There and iMand eserip- HBnera DR JOHN FOSTER aryear have alto Rice Icli pairing k guar- Shop tWy Less Than Former Prices I IFF at Rich tss Belle SOK DR PHIL ROBERTS Slioes Gits FmisliHats We have all sizes from the smallest hoy to the largest man ing Goods Call and see our line before you buy Mothers will find the Handsomest Line of Kaskakee Mtkea the Council taBeapolia Childrens Suits and Shirt Waists ever t 32 JF Spring and Summer Stock opened in Richmond We have Shirt Waists in summer flannel chevoit percal etc See our elegant line of dkr taking ea wrapper S Genuine is resulting awl at all TKLPS SC3 finest as tenth-magnitu- LETCHER HATS FOR MEN AND BOYS WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE LARGEST MERCHANT tho 45- - Every and Variety BRIGHT BOOTS SHOES TAMI vstutt at mJKen- Sox HOUSE raUalirays tb Itie- - HIGH LAOED CALF SKIN SHOES HOLTON in this country Large line of Samples from which we make SUITS TO ORDER and guarantee a fit at from 815 up We are agents for a large Trunk and Yalise House and can sell them at less than city prices Call and see our goods and prices before you buy at j tarie It - laUpaln tile aa bright natural tthisjor n remedy A Slijpers aply cls 4S jaeatof all hake and tiers Milte you of flour as 3eW Pride of MeCreary STOUFFERS 45- - First Street Oldest Clothing House in Eichrnond ij 4 a - iH LMliES SHOES Best Markets NSOK will use 1 m Attorney atXaw SULLIVAN they can e for the English Prescrlp- rfek-bea- 1 ami do not for Grocer 4417 They are Attorney at Iaaw POWELL IN HATS Austin lENTSs 111 II 111 I I PWi M M III l- - rjSSB net 8 - MettMDereca a Ik ftftl A IboDamo- - Attorney at Esaw W MOBERLEY We have the only SINGLE APRON BINDER on the market It is manufactured by Walter A Wood 30 29 G ENTS PumisMng Goods EREGK GUTHRIE n7oia PHELPS WATSON JEzrsr Ve Estill and county JK Attorney ai luawj 1- BERKLEY Â¬ XjE33LEiocs Hew and Every MONUMENTS In Granite and Marble OF Foreign Dress Fabrics and High Novelties for Spring and Summer Wear French Challies in Oriental and Hand Painted De- Â¬ signs Choice Shades in Henrietta Cloths with Iri- Â¬ descent and Persian Trimmings SECOND GRAND DISPLAY AITTEE PARISNOVELTY DEESS STUFFS dDEST J oraxsa Brochet Stripe and Side Band Effects Mohair and Woolen Dress Goods in Endless Variety V 7 - fes jRtreek J5 Lupins Celebrated zxa iixraDi- - 531XJKS very best Black Silk ever made into a Dress Brocade Silks The WHITE GQOIS DEPARTMEOTTs Henrietta Cloths Annure Drap de Alma Tamise and Whip Cords Lupins Plain and Striped Nuns Veiling and Mohair Draping Nets Chantilly Laces and Grenadines the PosUjj ending i Llla AruueG Aa na hje- - SD aery -- iugiA Mrs- - Dress Making in all of its Branches - Vvf Frank N a Tames BERKLEY GUTHRIE 45 52 WATSON Only - - trader J jrayer CbasO jston WH teel Sophroma Sitfe Thomas J ffeoa C A 2 - I M to 7 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Seattle w k Peruvian iWi rXti ure Aasyr s ff1 X s jS fc- - m JL ll i ins i39r tw- - if THE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON FIVE THOUSAND PEOPLE AXD MILLIONS OF DOLLARS IN PROPERTY DE- Â¬ STROYED IX A FLOOD TOE VOUDOU CURE -- Editor Co VUBUbHSB EVBRT WEBSHDAT BV The Climax Printing Wm G White Ciias S Powell PHICE rKE YEAH 5 150 1S89 WEDNESDAY JUNE Ex Oity Treasurer Louis Con stai6 of Newport Ky has been indicted for embezzling 35000 and a charge of about 4000 shortage is preferred against ex Oiv Olerk W F McClnre ana Congressman died in New Orleans on Thursday lie defeatÂ¬ ed Wm ritt Kellogg in 84 and was re elected in 86 and SS He was worth nearly a million dollars Lee counties have nominated Hon Robert C Hill for the Legislature lion Edward J Gay a Louisi- Â¬ Â¬ 3 The Republicans of Estill and 2 He and Judge W T B Williams will make Rome howl from now till August In all probability Judg Williams will be the successful man Â¬ Col W C P Breckinridge in Hon Henry an interview says D McIIenry ought to succeed to Ike Chairmanship of the National Democratic Committee Col Mc IIenry is now tlte senior member of the committee and at the expire t km of his present term will have served twenty consecutive years Â¬ The most awful destruction of human life and property that ever occurred in North America occurred at Johnstown Pennsylvania and vicinity on Inst Friday night and Saturday A heavy rain began falling on Thursday night and by Friday evening the entire country was experiencing an unusual heavy flow of waters Above Johnstown on the Conemaugh river at the mouth of South Fork existed a dam a mile across from one mountain to another and a hundred feet high It formed a lake three or four miles back and a mile or two wide That dam gave way and flooded the valley sending down a wall of water twenty or thirty feet high that carried away every thing before it including several towns before Johnstown was reached The people of Johnstown was telegraphed that dire dancer threatened them but they had often received word that the dam was giving way and the great majority heeded not the warning The flood came but instead of fleeing to the hills the people went up stairs and when the rag ing waters swept through the city surrounding the houses escape Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The various cures such as the water cure faith cure and Christian science cure are supplemented in Louisiana by the Voudou cure which was thought to have been extinct One day last week in New Orleans the police raided a house and ar- Â¬ rested eight white and six colored women who partially disrobed were singing weird songs around a half breed man who in silken tights was performing a strange wild dance The women were allowed to arrange their toilets and when taken to the lock up explained that no immorality was meant that it was necessary to expose the diseased parts and that the Voudou doctor could not cure them without such exposure The women were respectable but were fined 250 each and the Â¬ Â¬ The Republicans chargo the Demo crats with covering up Tates rascali- Â¬ ties and then nominate for Tates successor one of the three commissioners appointed by the Governor to audit Tates accounts arid lay all the facts before the world Did Mr Barret cover any thine up In his report Â¬ Louisville Times Mrs E M Leavell died of consump- Â¬ tion at her residence four miles from this city on last Friday night in the 70th year of her age Her remains were buried in the Lancaster cemetery on Sunday afternoon She was the widow of the late Edward Leavell and mother of Louis Y Leavell Lan- Â¬ caster News ITOTHIUG COTJLID H IFIRIEnriEINTr IT The Great Upheaval Has Taken Place J STEERG HAS BEEN EXPECTING IT FOR SOME LITTLE TIME CI U doctor 25 Adherants of Schweinfurth who believe in the Garden of Eden test should fight shy of New Orleans DEMOCRATS AXD REPUBLICANS UNITE TO B0UXCE A BLOODY SHIRTER was scarcely possible Residences factories and business houses other structures washed away like By reason of tne failure of the Democratic candidates to secure more than a plurality of votes in Rhode Island the chose tlte following officials Governor Legislature Republican Lienlenant Governor D II Lit tleiekl Secretary of State S H Cross Treasurer Samuel Clark all of whom received fewer votes lkan their Democratic opponents at the recent election President Harrison appointed Col Beverley Tucker of Virginia as one of the commissioners to Hayti and Col Tucker was mak ing tle necessary preparations for his absence when a few of the ultra Radical correspondents of the Radical persuasion notified the President that they would make it hot for him if the appoint ment was allowed to stand The President did not have enough backbone and manly courage to stand by his own actions and withdrew Colonel Tuckers name When it comes to pass that a few newspaper correspondents can run the head of tlie nation it points to a change Â¬ Â¬ II W Ladd XT UNEXPECTED tBffit The editor of the Winchester Democrat gives up and goes to btaltbering and boo hooing ami rubbing his dirty paws into his eyes Next time lie will know Tun Climax is loaded He whines about legitimate discussion when he has not discussed any thing simply made a lot of false assertions which lie retracts in a paragraph found elsewhere in to da3Ts Climax Â¬ HE SIXQS A SEW SOXtt ran The subjoined editorial para graph from the Winchester Dem ocrat is entirely different from its blood and thunder assertions and denunciations of recent date It says The Louisville Southern has a large force at work between NieholaBville and Richmond and is evidently from what we saw and learned at Irvine in condi tion to go to Beattyville Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ FOR UX1TED STATES SENATOR 4 to Era If Western Kentucky with her strong Democratic majority will unite on a candidate for Senator and all pull together for him there is not a doubt but we can secure the plum Upon our vote depends the election Then let as decide among ourselves and and having put forth a man de mand tle support of the other sections and we will get it for they know our strength and pow Â¬ er Hon James A McKenzie will be a candidate unless something unforseen occurs and we could do no better than give him our support There is probably not a county in this end of the State but would stand by Iiim and if that is done he will be our next Senator Hopkinsville New Â¬ rw Quinine Jim is too light timber to mako a Senator out of He is made more after the fashion of Frothy Joe whom he seeks to succeed Kentucky wants some thing more solid and substantial than either of them a man with steady habits an unexcited brain and calm judgment We can afford to send skyrockets and blatherskites to the Lower House but when it comes to successors to Henry Clay and John J Crittenden the State will look higher and be more choice in the selection of Blackburns successor Kentucky Register low Kentucky has no better man Money food and clothing is for the place than Gov James B pouring in from all parts of the McOreary He is solid sober country honest industrious cool and caThe Junista the Susquehana pable and according to the prac the Potomac and the James all tical law of mechanics having overflowed their banks and the servea an apprenticeship on loss of property has been great every step of the political ladder The loss of life is simply appallfrom the Kentucky Legislature to ing It is perhaps a low estimate the U S Senate deserves the po- to say that live thousand people his eminent success in perished and hundreds have died sition private business long experience of exposure and fright dn State affairs and recognized ability in Congress fulfill the Mrs Showers married only political qualification Although three months was shot to death in McOreary never pulled Ben her room at thft Shnirara Ttntol Chandlers ear or took40 grains Elizabethtown one morning last of Quinine he has secured for weelc bho was Miss Lena Moore Kentucky Democrats more fat a prottv and nonular eirl of flmfc places than any two Congressmen place who had many admirers in the State oomeooay ought to be hung Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ chips and carried their contents down to rapid destruction Fifteen hundred houses were hurried off into the roaring flood Men women and children were every where struggling in the torrent Clinging to all kind of wreckage they were borne away to be finally drowned or to die of exhaustion and exposure Now and then one was rescued down the raging Conemaugh but where one was saved a hundred were not As the flood advanced it devastated other towns The banks of the river were soon strewn with the dead like drift wood and the waters surface was covered with every conceivable thing from a house with its human and other contents to the smallest isolated article store houses filled with goods livery stables with their horses cars with their cargoes pianos barrels of whisky kegs of beer boxes of goods trunks furniture and all else that human beings possess went madly rushing down the Conemaugh into the Kiskiminitas and on into the Al Ieghaney and on Sunday wreck- Â¬ age containing dead bodies passed Pittsburg and into the Ohio One boy was rescued alive at Pittsburg The city of Johnstown is an utter ruin The houses that were not carried away were removed from their foundations and many of them overturned so that every house in the city of twenty thousand people will nead re building Millionaire of Friday were paupers Saturday begging bread Where stood edifices on Friday there was a bed of gravel or a pool of water on Saturday Happy families of Friday were memories on Saturday To add horror upon horror hundreds of houses containing human beings lodged against a strong bridge and took fire Several hun dred people were roasted to death in the midst of the roaring waters Railroads and all other roads were washed out and telegraph lines destroyed All communication was cut off starvation and want came apace no human being can conceive of the terror of Fri day night Saturday and Sunday in the flooded country Johnstown is situated on the Pennsylvania Central Railway at the foot of the Alleghaniy mountains On Sunday temporary repairs were completed and several trains were sent up from Pittsburg And what odd cargoes those trains carried three thousand coffins a detachment of malitia a cardon of police hundreds of tents and thousands of pounds of food The terrorized and hungry remnant of population could not maintain order Robbers set systematically to robbing the dead The river banks were haunted by friends who stripped the lifeless bodies of monev watches and jewels One man was found with a babys finger in his pocket con taining a tiny ring and straight Â¬ way was hung up to a limb Another thief was bending over the body of a woman in the edge of the water taking her jewelry when he was shot fell headlong into the water and washed away several others were lynched There were fifteen thousand strangers at Johnstown on Sun day Long trenches are being dug and the victims are placed side by side as rapidly as brought in A memorial day will be held some day But weeks must elapse before the several hundred miles of river will give up their dead and the actual number perished will never be known A volume like unto the Bible would scarcely record the incidents of this greatest of horrors Ashtabula and Troy Bridge sink into utter insignificance besides Johnstown and the neighboring unfortunate towns of South Fork Mineral Point Conemaugh Cambria Sherman and Sang Hol Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A lelesram from Ft Smith on the 30ih Decoration Day tells of a lively time there The ladies of Fort Smith both wives and daiiRhters of Federal and Confed erates were out in large numbers laden with flowers with which as usual to decorate the graves of the heroic dead who lie buried in our National Ceme- Â¬ tery irrespective of the nide on which they fought Hon Thomas H Barnes a promi nent lawyer of tills city was orator of the day He made a patriotic speech which was listened to with pleasure ami profit by a large assemblage After he hud finished speaking Hon Mr Kelly of Kansas a stranger to the people here was introduced aud prob Â¬ ably no people assembled upon such an occasion amid such surroundings ever listened to such a speech Among other things lie said in sub stance The State of Arkansas is in disrepute Comrades Benjamin and Cluy ton were assassinated in this State because they were loyal to the flag of their country The eyes of the entire country are upon Arkansas He mid his State Legislature had passed resolutions denouncing Arkau fas and calling upon the National Gov em men t to protect its people even if it had to put it under martial law aud then continued I am a Congress man and Comrades I will see that you are protected if my influence and power can affect it even if we have to resort to martini law The indignation aud contempt of our citizens at the remarkable speech of Mr Kelly culminated in a large but spontaneous meeting at the court house at 3 pm It was composed of both Republican and Democrats aud reso lutions were reported by u committee composed of two Republicans aud one Democrat two of whom were Federal soldiers and members of ihe G A R J P Grady a Republican and soldier and a member of the G A R was called to the chair when the following resolutions were unanimous ly adopted Whereas Hon Mr Kelley of Kau gas an entire stranger has this day dis uraeed alike the Republican party and intuited our people by desecrating the graves of our national dead in a bitter partisan ppeecu Renouncing tlio peo ple of Arkansas as a lawless people aud iucapablo of self government aud threatening litem with his influence as member of Congress to put the State under martial law and Whereas Mr Kelly has a son liv ing in this city who is a part owner of the Republican paper of Fort Smith and who knows unless lie is nou com- Â¬ pos mentis that such charges and in- Â¬ sinuations are false and that the laws of Arkansas are as rigidly enforced as any State of this Union therefore be Â¬ There is more Catarrh in this section of the country than all other diseases put together and until the last few years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years Doctors pro- Â¬ v 11UUOCO X1J nounced it a local disease and pre scribed local remedies and by con- Â¬ stantly failing to cure it with local treatment pronounced it incurable Science has proven Catarrh to be a Constitution Disease therefore requires Constitutional Treatment Halls Catarkii Cuke manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only Constitutional Cure on the market It is taken internally iu doses from 10 drops to a teaepooutul It acts directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system They oflerOne Hundred Dollars for any case it fails to cure Send for Circulars and Testimonials And was prepared for it And has taken advantage of it The backward and cold spring placed many large 1iot7 o nnle wam ivuvc ro VljJ lmri mnvn jvvvm rm hnnrl tlinn thev oiurht to have had and thev wantpfl ovv -n OUVll tl UUOH1U11 till a iiuu to get rid of them They had to be sold We waited for an opportunity It came in the shape of AG Sfe were on JLwSka ths spot and took advantage of it UPHE AVAL IN PRIGS carefuity at How look pi the result- - G R JEj mJmmJS T U PHBAYAL PRICE STRENGS UPHEAVAL PRICES IN CLOTHING Mens Snclt Suits worth 5600 now So 00 Mens Sack Suits wmth Si 00 now 750 Mens Sack Suits worth SI 2 50 now 900 Mens Sack Suits worth 15 00 now 1100 Mens Sack buits worth SIS 00 now 1350 Mens Sack Suits worth 20 00 now 1500 Mens Frock Buits worth 20 00 now 1500 Mens Sack Suits worth 22 50 now 1G50 Mens Cutaway Suits worth 2250 now 10 F J CHENEY Toledo Ohio 8Soid by Druggists Louisville By Glover 75c 51 2 Strengs Upheaval Prices Good Good Good Good Good Calicoes worth 6 cents now 5 cents Heavy Brown Cotton worth 6 cente now 6 cents Hatteens worth 15 cents now 10 cents Bleached Cotton worth 10 cents now 8 cents Cottonades worth 16 cents now 12 cents Satteeus wnrtli 20 cents now 15 cents Chaliies worth 10 cents now 7 cents Best French Satteens worth 35 cents now 30 cents Serge Dress Goods worth 25 cents now 15 cents 36 iuch Henriettas wortli 35 cents now 25 cents 40 inch all wool Henriettas wortli 75 cents now 50 cents Handsome Beiges worth 30 cents now 20 cents Dress Ginghams worth 10 cents now 8J cents Ail linen Towels worth 12 cents now 8j cents Strengs Upheaval Prices Ladies Hose worth 12 cents now 10 cents Ladies Lisle Thread Hose wortli 30 cents now SO eeWs Ladies Lisle Thread Hose worth 35 cents new 25 eeuls Ladles Fast Black Hose wortli 50 cents mw 40 eeAt Ladies Fast Black Hose wortli 65 eeuts now 50 eeHte Childrens Hose worth 12J cents now 10 eents Childrens Hose worth 40 cents now 25 cents Childrens Hose worth 55 cents now 40 cents Mens Half Hose worth 35 cents now 20 cents Mens Halt Hose wortli 25 cents now 12 ceRls Mens Half Hose worth 40 cents now 25 eents Mens Half Hose worth 50 cents now 35 eents Mens Half Hose wortli 60 cents now 40 cents Tobacco Ware House Market Tobacco Dnrrelt Louisville Sales on our market for the past week jutt closed amount to 1975 hhds with receipts for the same period 2215 hhds Sales 011 our market since January 1st amount to 52829 hhds Sales of tbecropoflSSS to date amount to 37273 hhds Since our report of a week ago the whole State has been favored with copious rains and iu many localities a considerable per cent of the crop Is already on the hill The early part of this week developed a weakening in prices on the very common grades ol burley but the market lias rallied in the last few days from tills decline anil we do not find it necessary to make any change in our quotations of a week ago except to raise the outside limit on select tobacco one hogshead of the 1688 crop iiaviug sold for 22 00 per 100 tins week whicb is lite highest price ol Â¬ 50 Boys Suits worth 750 now 6 00 Boys Suits wortli 15 00 now 750 Boys Suits wortli S13 00 now 1000 Childrens Knee Suits worth 4 00 now 300 Childrens Knee Suits worth 600 now 4 50 Childrens Knee Suits wortli 300 uow 560 STRENGS GREAT UPHEAVAL PRICES IN KID now 75 cents price G LOVES The best 125 Kid Glove in America Only a FEW DOZEN to be sold at this pr UTv the year The lollnwing quotations fairly represent our market on Burley tobacco Trash Dark aud damaged tobacco 350 to 550 Coiory Trash 550 toS850 Common Lugs not coiory 500 to 700 Coiory Lugs 8 50 to 1000 Common Leaf 800 to 1250 Â¬ Strengs Upheaval Prices Congress Gaiters worth 200 now 150 Calf Button Shoes worth S3 25 now S223 Calf Congress Gaiters worth S3 23 now 225 Ladies Kid Button Shoes worth 2 00 now 1 50 Ladies Kid Button Shoes worth worth 250 now 200 Ladies Kid Button Shoes worth 300 now 223 Childrens Shoes worth 75 cents now 50 cents Childrens Shoes worth 100 now 75 cenU Childrens Shoes wortli 1 50 now 100 Strengs Upheaval Prices 40 cents now 25 cents 65 cents now 50 cents Gauze Vests wortli 65 cents now 50 cents Linen Collars worth 15 cents now 10 cents Linen Collars worth 20 cents now 15 cents Linen Handkerchiefs worth 12 cents now 8J cents Ladies Linen Handkerchiefs worth 20 cts now 12 cents Ladies Linen Handkerchiefs worth 30 cents now 20 cents Uuching worth 15 cents now 10 cents per yard Bitching wortli 25 cents now 15 cents per yard Kdchiug worth 30 cents now 20 cents per yard Ruel ing wortii 40 cents now 25 cents per yard Strengs Upheaval Prices Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Flannel Over Shirts worth 85 cents uow 05 eents Flanuel Over Shirts wortii 100 now 85 eents Flannel Over Shirts worth 175 now 150 Flannel Over Shirts worth 223 now St75 Flannel Over Shirts wortii 250 how f200 Underwear at 66J cents on the dollar Hats wortii 75 cents now 50 cents Hats worth 100 now 75 cents Hats worth 150 now f 109 Hats worth 200 now 150 Hats wortli 250 now S200 Hats worth 3 25 now 250 Medium to good leaf 1300 to 1800 18 00 to Select or wrappery leaf 2200 Mens Mens Mens Mens Mens Full Stock Brogans worth 1 40 now 125 Button Shoes worth 200 now 1 50 Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Ladies Jersey Fitting Vests worth Jersey Fitting Ves ts worth Local Produce Markets WEEKLY BY COVINGTON CORRECTED BRO GROCERS MAIN ARNOLD STREET RICHMOND KY Richmond Ky June 5th 18S9 Deef Cattle Butcher Hogs Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter Chickens Eggs Wheat Flour Corn per barrel Hay per 100 lbs Oats in sheaf per 100 Its Lard Tallow Beeswax 45c I4015C 15c 1 STRENGS GREAT UPHEAVAL PRICES MEAN you can go to his store and buy MORE GOODS WITH A DOLLAR TFJAX YOU CAN AT ANY OTHER HOUSE IN THE CITY FOR TWO you a few sample prices which will give you a fair idea of this Great Upheaval S I20C OO 752 IOC That 3 50 oo3 5 2 We have only given 85t 00 75ioo 50260 12KC 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 I520C As also everything else in the in the house Dont be misled in the belief that you can do as well ot other houses 2O40 and we have only FIRST CLASS GOODS in every respect at prices that you have to pay for ofe75c 405oc 34C CARPETS I jjLiiul iAjjyji ZMZ-A-iisr gS STUENGS GREAT UPHEAV Â¬ AL PRICES HAVE AFFECTED THE PRICES OF CARPETS CARPETS hand-me-dow- ra YOU CANT DO IT We have the stock No such traeh in our stock at the prices It 75 5 2 25 NOTHING BUT WHAT IS THE BEST AND PIEST CLASS IS KEPT IN OTO STOEE We will once more say if there is anything you 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 5005 1 75t 00 00 00 1 it Resolved That tills meeting com posed of Democrh and Republicans denounce ths speech of Mr Kelly as not only false but upon such a sacred occasion in a taste that could it is to be hoped emiuale from no part of the civilized country excapt from a State whoe Legislature made such a dis- Â¬ graceful show of itself in the resolution of which Mr Kelly boasted so largely to day Resolved That we hereby tender Hon Thomas H Barnes of this city a well known Republican our high appreciation of his patriotic address in which he distinguished himself iu con- Â¬ trast with that of Mr Kelly Thomas Marum J P Grady Thomas B Latham Comlttee LIVE STOCK MAEZET EEPOET By GREENE EMBRY U e Stock Commission Merchants at Ciucln iiati Unlou Stock Yards and Coviagtoa Stock Yards Cincinnati Ohio June SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good 3 1SS9 no w Our Grand Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Common and Rough Common and Rough Good to Extra Fair to Good 0en 4 3 3 3 3 2 oo 85 15 50 00 25 BUTCHER CATTLE 3 90 i D stubbt o- txoiioisrjD7 zktt Clearance Bale of Wall Â¬ Â¬ CONCERNING cents FARMERS 5 Lambs iu Mercer county to 5 Â¬ Yearling heifers in Lincoln county 2 cents Â¬ Â¬ A car of young mules were bought iu Garrard county at S12Q to S140 Col J W Guest of Danville Ky former owner of Terra Cotta and a breeder of many fine horses has been having bard luck at the races He has lost steadly without single streak of good fortune Last night he said They are holding a protracted meet Â¬ ing iu my wifes church aud I have telegraphed her to hold it over until I can get home Im going to quit for good and all Cincinnati Commercial extra rat steers 3 05M i uir uj uouu o leers 3 51 uoou to xtra 10ns 3 oo Fair to Good Cows 2 75 Common Cows 2 00 fa 15 Rough Cows and Oxen BULLS Best Shipping 3 OOO 3 Best Bologna 2 2 50 2 2c 2 rair tsoiogna Fair to Good Feeders 2 2 15 common ana inm 1 71M 2 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers f 3 75 3 Fair to Good Steers 3 50 3 Good to Extta Heifers 2 75 3 Common and Thin Stackers 2 00 2 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 40 oo45 Fair to Good 25 00 3 5 Common 10 oo20 Best Veal Calves 4 75 5 Fair to Good 4 4 25 Common and Heavy 2 50 3 HOGS Select Butchers 4 20 Fair to Good Packers 4 io Good to Extra Lights 4 303 Light Pigs 4 20 SPRING LAMBS Extra- 7 25a 7 6 00a 6 Common to Good i 7e Paper was a perfect euccess 00 Because we had made up our mind to sell every roll of the last seasons goods no matter at what price they had to go Brown Blanks went at 5 cents to the finest Embossed Golds at 15 cents 40 Tiiey ail went the last roll of them 5 Consequently we have W iEEC IT WE HAVE THE LARGEST STOG - 85 95 00 50 lo Old Boots Left Birr simpjjY a tremendous stock of 00 00 00 from the cheapest to 00 made goods in endless 50 50 TSKW GOODS the finest band varieties and at In Prices Lower Than Ever heard of in this or any other city Union and remember the ToBeF ound in This City AT VERY REASONABLE PRIG ES JLJ3 We Will Not Be Undersold by any iu the land The public gen- Â¬ erally are invited to inspect goods and Your obedient servant prices Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Iu an editorial item the CinclnnaU Commercial Gazette of Sunday last says Dr Wilckeni an Austrian ex pert who has been visiting the agricul Â¬ tural colleges and stock farms iu our South and West says the Kentucky horses are the finest iu the world The enthusiastic doctor should be loitering about the stables and track at Ltlonla about lids time But he would ee the same sights on any race track in the country Kentucky horses like Ken- Â¬ tucky whisky are to be found almost anywhere iu Uncle Sams dominions Stock Farm The heaviest winners at the Louis- Â¬ ville races were Spokane who in two races the Derby aud Clark Stakes knocked down 3650 in round num- Â¬ bers or his owner honest Noah Arm Â¬ strong The second heaviest winner was Badge with 4003 to his credit Jewel Ban iu one race won out 3940 wlille Fairy Queen look away 2030 for Farmer Scully Penu P took oil 2005 while Strldeway secured 51000 aud Starter Caldwell captured one slake 1645 Bravo won heavier than any other except the elake horses win Â¬ ning four races and 1200 Hoods Sarsaparilla Jj peculiar to itself and superior to all other prepara Â¬ tions in strength economy and medi Â¬ cal merit J S JLJ GEO 32 31 HI WILLGING Decorator in Paint and Paper Richmond CIIAS S TOWEIX BLy GOYINGTON April Â¬ rk JlNI JLmJ 1888 MITGHELL 125 For Jenaets and 10 228 West Main Street THE CELEBRATED JACK J SPEED SMITH SHITH POWELL LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST Persona desirous of obtaining life lu st ranee at actual cost should write for circulars to INSURANCE FIRE LIGHTNING and TORNADO YAZOO The Chief Brawn for the great tio eess ot Hoods SarsaparilLi Is found id tbo article Itself It is merit taat Trinj and tuo fact that Iloods Sirsaparilla actually acÂ¬ complishes what Is claimed for It is Ttbzl has siren to thU medicine a popularity and sale greater than that of any other sarsapa- riUl or b00d prI 11CIII flerbeforetue public Hoods Saraaparllhi cures Scrofula Salt Rheum and all Ilumon Dyspepsia Sick Headache Biliousness overcomes That Tired Feeling creates an Appetite strength Â¬ ens the Nerves builds up the Whole System Xlooda 8nrapnrllta Is sold by all drug Â¬ gists 31 sU for 5 Prepared by C L Hood Co Apothecaries XoweSl 29 20 Wins 233 Broadway New York This society claims that for six years the cost to a member of middle oge has Seven SulenOid Companies been Lessthan Twelve Dollars a We renresent ten of the strongest Yeak for each thousand dollars of in Â¬ North America Philadelphia -Fire Insurance Companies in Ihe surance Springfield 30- Massachusetts world we represent the company that Germania - -- - New York lias the largeat capital the laigesi paid Connecticut -Ilartford up capital the largest assets the only company that pays its losses without - New York Niagara - discount and does not agree In its -- Cincinnati Amazon policy to make you wait sixty days Pennsylvania - - Philadelphia after a tire to get your money We Co 8 W Cor 7th write nt the lowest rates given by any w E Grlnstead ROOK BOTTOM HATES company then Mala Sis Lovisville Ky Our ain will not Insure in the Besl Richmond D T Chestnutcourt be in Office at Farmers Rational Bank every county day Cdll and see us before placing Will call on county merchants at their Our companies are backed by over stores V E GRINSTEAD CO your insurance 542000000 capital and overS125000000 35 assets it will no too late alter you are BURNA1T HUME burned out Call and see us before you you want a Handsome Parlor Suit If N B Millins Tsronertv nnd Insure elsewhere Our rates and ierras go to the Furniture Paiaee of Collins are the beat country stores a speoialty Im tarace Secoiuty Mutuajj Benefit Society STANDARD RECORD 234 Will make the present Brother to Yobs 221 by Harold Creek Distillery at QLXT a wT9 season at Silver Wholesale Grocery sure a Living Colt Clinton is 16 hands and one inch high fine bone and substance jet Mock mealy nose and makes a grand appearance Bred by John W Alteon of Bourbon couotr foaled May i ith i8Sj got br The above horjie will make the season Longfellow 1st dam by Peacock 2nd of I6S9 at stablta of Phillips Denth dam by Lord WeWngton 3rd dam by eraneat Fair GnuindaRtcbmond Ky Leriathan 4th dam by Mountain Leader atFOKIYDomlhRTn Tsaimp r Longfellow was Rot fy Long Maduon INOCOLT 1 t dam by imp ReyalDuke 2nd feun br 1st dam Yolacde by Belmont 2nd dam Young Portia by Mambrino Chief 3rd dam Porta by Roebucb pacer 4ih dam by Whip thoroughbred For Mares to In- Â¬ Why Apply to Phillips Deatherage Richmond Ry or to us at Silver Creek Ky 40 52 T 13 BUBNAM CO Mohawk is the best bred jack in the State Jack men throughout the couaty rate of to cents per day 39 51 J sT he Will grue mares sad jennets at the THOMAS BATRES J 1 WSHUMECO Savec Creek Ky Real Estate and General ColLctiilg Agency If you Lave not tri any of wr var ioo brands or flftur do so at tmce and 28 23 SMITH POWELL Hagan - 44 1 32 31 flour at heme and at w low prices as and jieCchsnge of Real Estate and to the fyoaeu anywhere else avubh oi an iiaas vi accounts 474 r 41 E Fokxax SOK t pv r fc - ali j C5 SHa te liMTi- nRHaa mm - i 732IMIihl III asss--rJs-tt- - 15S Miss Mamie Baldwin Birdsof Paradise -- on ptper j THE OLIMAX WEDNESDAY Commencement Week Berca College SlrsFormans School JUNE 5 889 Dr John F Cornclison continues ill with little hope of recovery Col O H Chenault offers five mighty good shares of bank stock for gale See ad The Good Templais gave a pleasant entertainment at the Court House Friday night Friday June 14 730 P M Anniver Â¬ sary of the Literary Societies Saturdayi June 15 200 P M Musical Recital Sun- Â¬ day June 16 1100 A M Baccalaureate Sermon Sunday June 16 7 y P M Address before Y M C A Monday June 17 730 P M Address before Lite- Â¬ rary Societies Tuesday June 18 730 P M Alumni Meeting Wednesday June r9i 93 A M Commencement Exer Â¬ cises Address by Ex Gov Will Cum back of Indiana George 0 Barnes it Mike Burns a one armed tramp lay down to sleep near a lire on the road- Â¬ Bachoche the aide infla side iu Mercer county He awoke a 75 cupia 76 Fishing tion and soreness of the bowels are mass of flames nud died suon after Fraternity Symbols 77 symptoms of a disordered state of the 78 Good Morning to Mamma 79 At the Ford Capt James A Allen Lieutenant of digestive and assimilative organs 80 Portrait 61 Portrait died Friday at which can be corrected by the use of the Orphan Brigide 82 Portrait Paris Ky from the effects ofa wound 83 Portrait Ayers Cathartic Tills It 84 Portrait received at the battle of Chickamauga 85 Portrait InCraon Twelve yards Green Ticket Lonsdale Miss Anne Crutcher Major Henry T Stanton has been 40- for 100 at the Palace 86 Falls 0 f Snake River- In Crayon offered the General Superinteudency Governor MeCreary Pride ot Rich- Â¬ In Crayon 87 Bubble Girl for Kentucky of the Washington In- Â¬ 88 Babes in the Wood In Crayon mond Ok Gold ind Btuegrasa Belle PEOPLE EVERYWHERE In Crayon 89 Portrait Company It pays about floor at Bwasfa Roller Mills In Crayon Confirm our statement when we soy surance 90 The Widow- 91 colta in crayon that Ackers English Remedy is In 2500 per annum 41- E Forman Son Miss Christine Cromwell every way superior to any and all other The county levy iu Fayette has been C Ry Kankakee TheU In Oil preparations for the Throat and Lungs 92 Sally in our Alley In Oil 93 Grapes LInej with Ha eoeueetiona makes the In Whooping Cough and Croup it is fixed at 2SJ cents The taxable prop In Oil 94 Roses We ofler erty amounts to 22570173 and 64000 In Pastel niacic and relieves at once 95 The Young Angler fastest time from Cincinnati to Council 06 Budce In Pastel you a sample bottle free Remember has to be raised to meet demauds cur- Â¬ Bluffs OmabaSt Paul Minneapolis In Pastel 97 Writing to Santa Claus In Pastel this Remedy is sold on a positive guar- Â¬ rent and accumulating 99 lxpectation 32 and the West and North west In Pastel antee by W G White Prescription 99 Fancy Head In Pastel Druggist 100 Italian II cads Col W H Chiitou for fifteen years Seuralgic JPersotis In Pastel lot Portrait 103 Cherubs In Crayon Awl those treuMed with BemHMa resulting in charge of the financial and commer- Â¬ In Cravon 103 Meditation from cue or oTvnrorlt will be reUTel by taking A Choice List of Summer Resorts cial work on the Courier Journal died -- In Crayon 104 Portrait Browns Iron Bitters Genuine In Crayon 105 Summer In Ilia Lake regions of Wisconsin at Anchorage Asylum where he had 106 A Creole has trade mark and eroI red ttoeBCE wrapper In Crayon Minnesota Iowa and the two Dakotas been under treatment for the past four Miss Bessie Dudley Gasoline stoves in all siaes and at all In Oil there are hundreds of charming locali- Â¬ months 107 Plaque RosuhhwwhhhmMhh priees from the plainest to the finest at io3 Cherry Ripe In Oil ties pre eminently fitted for summer In Oil 109 Sally in our AUeyHHH 45- Breck Phklfs Mr William Talbert ot this county 1 10 iaiia KookhHHMHM In Oil homes Among the following selected Is back at Pari France after a trip to la Oil iix Landscape Spring Go to Jaci Frecnaas as sco tho In Crayon list are names familiar to many of our War xia He In Crayon readers ns the perfection of northern Egypt duriug the past winter 113 Donkey Head Terra Cotta Shoes asi Sliders for Ivorine Plaque X14 goes irom mere to Ueriiu and will re- Â¬ 45- un- Â¬ His3e3 aal CMldrsa summer resorts Nearly alt of the Wis Â¬ Miss Lena Duerson Â¬ turn to Kentucky next fall Lexing In Oil consin points of interest are within a 115 Beech Trces Albion meal bran ant ship stuff at Flour In Oil short distance from Chicago or Milwau- Â¬ ton Gazette xi6 Selfish Girl In Oil -- Bonanza Roller Mills Richmond Ken 117 The FtHs Only 118 Sally in our AlleyMwwwwwIn Pastel kee and none of them are so far away Miss tucky E Form ax Sox G 119 Portrait MMln Crayon from the busy marts of cfvilization Kirby Nina Smith daughter of Gen In Crayon i2o Portrait Smith eloped with Student Advice to Mothers le X2X PartraitHMwmHWHWHWMIn Crayon that they cannot be reached in a lew for Mad-Â¬ Sole Buck of he University of Tennessee Mrs WnrsmwsSerrHaSTiPsteaM always In Crayon Holy Family X22 be used wken cUMrea are coUkht tetto It re Forsoltcn Yet Perfect HHHIn Crajon hours of travel by frequent trains over Sewauee Friday 123 Famous MaidHHHHHWM County WBtiam J Searing a Deputy Collector Miss Smith was to llsTts the little ssffasrntoace itpradacesnataral Miss Lizzie Goff The remains have recently been transthe finest road in the northwest the have been married last week to an quiet sleep sad IfceWsteehsrabawsies as bright 41- in the New York Custom service was as a batten ft is Terr ptessaat to taste It In Oil Chicago Milwaukee Scree n 124 St Paul Rail Atlanta merchant requested to resign to make room for ferred from the old Presbyterian burying soothes the ehJftl softens the gusllayi all pais Roses Oil 135 Plague regntates the bowels aad is tbs bes t known reed y way ground in Lerington The Transcript Harry Stanwood a nephew of Secre- Â¬ only single apron binder on the for diarrhoea whether arisiaff from teething or The I n Oil 127 Snow Sc e n e Robert Allen son of William Allen Clear Lake Iowa Cra ceata a bottt -128 The Moonlight In Oil OconomowocWi8 tary Blaine who was appointed the day relates the following market is manufactured by Walter A other causes Twentr 129 Autumn SceDewMWHwIn Oil A grave was opened while the reporter Lakes Okoboji Ia of Garrard was drowned in Kentucky Wood 66 Minocqua Wis Dcibre -Landscape - In Oil for sale by 130 aud m In Oil Waukesha Wis was on the ground and a fine metalic Spirit Lake Iowa river at the mouth of Little Hickman 131 Plaque Kosc 45- Brbck PlIBLPS In Crayon Tho Terra Cotta Shoes asa Slippers 132 Portrait There will be an excursion from Lex Â¬ coffin was lifted to the surface The The unfortunate man h supposed to Wis Fronteuac Minn Palmyra J C Davis has improved his house by Miss Lucy IIalbert at Jac Frcenaas arc sisjly ele Â¬ Miss Lillie Logan returned on Wednes ington to the Mammoth Cave on June earth which clung to it was brushed off - BROWNS IROtl BITTERS have committed suicide as he had re gputting on a porch with a fine balcony 133 Portrait 45- In Pastel Tomahawk Lakes Lake Miunetonka 18th for the benefit of the Broadway the plate uncovered and there was ex Â¬ from school at Staunton Va cently partially lost his reason from Cures Indlgwtleti Bateassess Dyspepsia Mala gant In Pastel Minn Wis 134 rortrait above it Pnjsi -- In Pastel Christian church at f S for the round trip posed to view the well preserved waxen ria NerrousBesa aad General Sebflk ik Santa Claus- Nicse eoHfltry lard and meat of all brain fever Ortouville Minn Lakeside Wis Rev II T Daniel and wife of Glasgow -- In Pastel Mammas Pet cians recemmeBd K All dealers eH it Geetaao The lawn party given by Prof Wright 136 Tambourine Girl -- In Pastel For further information inquire of Mrs face of a woman 137 kiwis new noney Milk shake and has trade mark and crossed red lines oa wrapper We look around are visiting her parents here Kilbouru CityWisJrior Lake Minn -- In Pastel It is estimated at the Treasury De- Â¬ t3 the members of his classes was a very 138 Fancy HeadC P Williamson cheap eroquet sets at A H Lalora In Crayon through the gathering crowd for some Dells of the Wis White Bear Lake 139 fori ran partment that the decrease in the pub- Â¬ Have you been to the Palace Dry The editor and wife left yes day for pleasant and delightful affair in crayon 140 Portrait 44 17 one of those hearts not less than their Minn consin In Crayon 141 Portrait The sale of seven lots advertised in 49- the annual Press Association at Owens lic debt during the mouth of May was Goods Store In Crayon Beaver Dam Wis Big Stone Lake 8000000 Rev M Grider from College Hill will 142 Portrait issue of The Climax for Wednes- Â¬ had gone down with her into that grave boro Fkur last In Crayon 143 Deer Head notwithstanding the dis- Â¬ In Crayon Madison Wis Meditation 14 Dakota deliver a lecture at the regular temperance Two lots on and there was not one to be found She CAUTIOX TO JI0T1IERS day resulted as follows bursement of nearly S12000000 on ac- Â¬ At tbe Bottasa Belter Mill you In Crayon X45 Ill Sing You A Little Song Mrs Wm Arnold entertained Rev meeting on Tuesday night next was forgotten and even the spot wherein For detailed information apply to count of pensions The 146 M irro r in uu Estill Avenue to II B Dillingham 625 Every mother is cautioned against will fitMl 4jeh eboiee brands of flour as Treasury sur- Â¬ Harry Henderson and wife of Versailles In Oil any coupon n117 Screeticket agent or send plus la now put giving her child laudanum or para Bluegrass Belle OW Gold Pride of In Oil one lot corner Hillsdale and Aimer she lay was forgotten and yet her form Wednesday C M Rawlings is making quite an ex- Â¬ 147 Marine Scene at 54000000 Oil stamp for n free illustrated guide book In 149 Fall goric it creates an unnatural craving Richmond and Governor MeCreary streets to W A Powell 316 one lot had not faded away nor its attire lost its tended trip in the Southern counties of the 150 Plaque Head In Oil Address A Cool Retreats entitled Mrs Mattie Gay of Winchester visited State with headquarters Mr Rudolf Welser the eminent en- Â¬ for stimulants which kills the mind of 41- opposite to G W Maupin S3S1 one freshness Eugene JIume E FOKMAK Sox at Glasgow A body sometimes remains intact for her daughter Mrs Jas R Burnam this V H Carpenter General Passenger gineer and contractor who has been in the child Ackers Baby Soother Is 295 lot on Hinsdale to J A Higgins In Crayon specially prepared to benefit children 151 Unselfish Friend A DUTY Ttf YWJRSELF Mr Fred McCollum has pitched his 153 Alfred Tennyson 50- ages In the chapel of St Edward in place last week Agent Milwaukee Wis Mexico for some time engaged in ex and cure their pains It is harmless lot adjoining to V H Sims 310 tent near the stores where he receives 153 Dcsdemona Westminster Abbey is the tomb of Ed Â¬ It is eurpr feing that people will use a tensive engineering works for draining and contains no Opium or Morphine Miss Bettie Arnold is attending com- Â¬ with pleasure all who wish to have their ia Our FriendMMM eommon ordinary pill when they can Elegant line of Fans at the Palace Court Day ward I It is of grey marble and com- Â¬ 155 Fancy Head the lakes that surround that capital Is Sold by W G While Prescription secure a valuable English one for the Science Hill Academy 136 Farmyard Scenc Druggist Â¬ pictures taken five pieces like a long box mencement at on a hurried visit to I113 family at his m A good crowd but no stock of conse posed of Dr Aekeia English same mouey Miss Mary Hume Shelbyville this week Contagions Blood Poison beuutiful farm Walnut Hall iu this quence A few mules sold at good prices The king died in 1307 The records of the In Oil A migrating photographic car accom- Â¬ X57 Landscape Calicos at 4 cents and up at the Pal- pillsareajoee enre ftr They are aud all liver troubles Rev W G McCready rector of the panied by Mr Greer the proprietor is 158 Farmyard Scene -- In Oil Is the constitutional blood disease county It is understood that tie will ace 40- A heavy rain begrn at 1030 with the Abbey show that this tomb was opened In Oil 59 rruii small sweet easily taken and do not Oil which has for several centuries past return In a few weeks to Mexico thermometer at 60 and continued till in 1774 by permission of Dr Thomas the Episcopal church at Versailles will leave located on the green Mr Greer is al 160 Autumn Scene TJn gripe Sold by W G White Prescrip Â¬ 161 Plaque Roses urVla Oil beeminfestint mankind with annoy Â¬ Lexington Gazette in a day or two for Europe dean of Westminster granted to the SociSTRAWBERRIES noon ready finding work in his art tion Druggist vV Miss Mary Little Si ety of Antiquaries a deputation of whom ing features and destructive results Misses Ida and Myrtice French will re Shot In Crayon 161 Niagara Falls of S A A heavy rain interfered with the lawn Go to Lalor s Cash Store for Grocer Â¬ The people of Covington are all torn whh the Dean attended the princess and Is now the great bane of the human Bebea Ky June 3 1SS0 isoots 163 turn to day from CyrVhiana where they social Principal Hunting planned for his 164 Iussy in Head 44 17 ies up over an apparent discrepancy of Dudley Sams was shot by James Hill The IWWT Donkey u- -- I race This is Uie jvorst of all blood I see In The Climax that Elder itwii awit4 ui u uMVC UCCU lllLCllUUlg DUIWi r- - U1C- pAbl classes but Mrs Hunting was equal to 165 Bubble - Boy 1UI Samss 29GQ in the accounts fif es Treasurer Thompson of this place Monday afterooorjgUichmond In Oil contagion 166 uwe oi kviu Aim aiitci ursuc uiiu year TUVCa as the Uctt jj poison i threatens te ana wshrrtleSBvtSKot Both men the former of crimson velvet a sceptre the emergency and a yery cosy enjoyable ANNOUNCEMENTS con market one hundred bushels of straw- Miss Georgia Moberlky transmitted from one generation to the Constans Mr Constant ltiS and ave bail They live in each hand measuring near five feet Rey W Y Sheppard formerly of this time is reported werearrcsted In Oil Birds of Paradise 167 Plaque tinued in office several terms pare o I berries next and even the third and fourth W are anlhmtoaA to annoaaee MM wrw- 168 Plaaue -- In Oil Rose- splace pronounced the ceremony at the at or near Union City for tbe offices -- In Oil a crown on his head and many jewels We do not believe that the terrible the time without bond and it appears Mr and Mrs Fee had a narrow escape 169 California Sunset- Ihave been over their grounds and Vt eee asnes are fnsd betovr ot loeaMmo -- In Oil ttxled sotjfMl ta um aeooB Thus McGrorty wedding in Danville on last on Wednesday night last As they were 170 Vase he measured six feet two inches Â¬ that there was a great deal of looseness think they have made quite a reason scourge has ever been cured and thor-- In Oil cratio party 171 VaseStrawberry Suppers -- In Oil 1t will be seen that a body may remain Thursday eradicated from the human in the examination of his accounts able estimate They have two large returning from prayer meeting in the 172 Screen -- In Oil oughly 173 The Fondled Pet The ladies of the First Presbyterian perfect as the one above described did STATE S8XATB Mrs J W Francis Mrs Cox and Mrs body by any other remedy than Swifts He is on the ground however lielplug beds that are now in their height of darkness they inadvertently stepped off Miss Mattie MilIer church writ give a strawberry supper from nearly five hundred years Estill and to unravel the mystery and says he IDisfrtet composed ofHfuMseB bearing of the very finest kind of be Pettus of Madison county are visiting at the side of the foot bridge and fell several 174 jfikar The Storm In Crayon Specific and we further say that KeekcwsOe 630 to 10 oclock tonight in the vacant ot Reekcaatte ooonty Sterling Sentinel feet Very fortunately they escaped with 175 At the Mill H Grubbs never been known will come out all right Mt T Swift 8 Specific has ries T J BALLARD 176 Meditation store bouse onMain street opposite new Our Old Man Downed Z77 Soap bubbles Democrat to fail to make a permanent cure in only flesh bruises JMWood It is estimated that the rush of Amer Â¬ It hotel Admission 25 cents S78 FOR COUNTY CLBKK any case when it has been taken be- Â¬ ican visitors to Europe Is great and Last week when we wrote up our anAT O- 179 Fraternity Sign Rev O D Henderson of Station The W CT U ladies of Kirksville too your own price at L WHILL We hope that Mdlle Bredelli will b Boots and Shoes at fore any of the vital organs bad be- Â¬ without parallel The leading steam Â¬ PortraitJ F OLDHAM will gn e a strawberry supper to morrow cient colored friend Emmanuel Oldham Camp was here on Monday He has able to secure the Court House during 182 Mischief49- come so impaired as to render a cure ers have their books filled up to the the Palace 112 years of age we thought no one could been preaching thirty three years and is to 11 oclock Ship- -- In Pastel evening from 5 will be many visitors 183 Arthurs next week as there FOR JAILHK impossible But strange to yet vigorous in the course be found near so old It Middle of July As au indication of At Nashville Thursday 31 Jersey Miss Minva Puelts and it will be a good opportunity to oSer WAGHRS Killed by a Car say on the same day that we published In Crayon the vast amount of good American cattle sold for 6175 an average of JOHN F C s84 War Miss Alma Craig of Danville who has them a musical feast LACKEY JAMES A full house will 18 Ideal Head- 1000 Suits for SoOO at the Palace money going abroad for ezpeditures in about 200 John McPherson was killed at Fort our sketch there died near Louisville 150 Alcde- aSAMUEL BIUQBRSTAFF Fancy Head was a Mrs Fannie Deweesc aged 116 years often visited her couisin Miss Mary crown the effort if it is made 187 pleasure it may be mentioned that the Estill Monday afternoon He THOMAS S FHRRBLL 188 Portrait Spencer Smith this county will be mar- Â¬ Worked Like A Cbarm Consul Griflln at Sydney Australia JOHN HILL estimated contribution of tbe city of 189 Portrai- tbrakeman on the mixed train that left She was buried beside her husband who ried to morrow to Rev Alexander M DIED- -aco Portrait Bradflelds Female Regulator work Â¬ Philadelphia is 1000000 The bal Â¬ in a report to tbe Department of State AJBROADDOS Richmond at 330 for Livingston While died twelve years ago at the age of 107 Irvine 301 Portrait ed liRe a charm improvement been ance of that kind of trade is evidently says that tbe disease known as the GEORUE W MAOPIN Mrs James Bybee died near Waco 303 Portrai- tswitching cars at Fort Estill the tops years It was noticed that the old ladys In Pastel Robert Estill and Frank Smith left on Madisou county Ky on Tuesday 303 MignenHead- wonderful can not express my grat Â¬ going against us Interior Journal anthrax or sepnetic apoplexy which Irom the grand children who attended the burial -- Io Tastel FOR ASSHSSOR 204 Fancy being wet he slipped and fell In Pastel itude for so manjWears has been devastating Wish every lady afflicted Crescent for June 4th 18S9 Burial at College Hill 205 Portrait car and it ran over him were all gray haired and the great grand Monday via Queen top ofa freight Ift Pastel A J WILLOWJHBY 206 Poitrait -- In Pastel monthly would try it I know it Tbe Gait House at Loaia ville is said the herds cTJew South Wales is in a WJHARVEY 107 Portrait The remains were taken to Stanford children had long ceased to be children Fort Worth Texas to look after their Mrs Sally Warren died in Rich- Â¬ to have the best outside fire escapes in fair way of being very effectually Miss Eva Phelps would cure them CBTODOR He was probably Just before the husband died the couple extensive ranches in that country Lex Â¬ mond Ky on Tuesday morning deceased lived where June 308 Screen In Oil use at any hotel in this country They checked by Pasteurs system of Inocu- Â¬ JOELTEMBRY Mrs Lula A Long celebrated the 83rd anniversary of their ington Press years old and unmarried In Oil 30 CONWAY COZIER 4th 18S9 Deceased was a sister of the 309 MirrorMWMWM Spring Grove Fla aro simply spiral iron stair cases lation The series of experiments In oa marriage Mrs Dewecse recollected the sio Mr Nancy Tribble of Ricnmond Ky late John Bates and formerly lived In an The Wreckers Ship D a RICE In Oil Unloading the from the who had been visiting the family of Wm Write Brad field Regulator Company strong serviceable and safe and at which have been conducted near June State Senator day when her father returned For In Oil 8X2 Mississippi Burial In Richmond cem- Â¬ 113 China Flaque In Oil Atlanta Georgia Plaque Rosestbe same time quite ornamental ex Â¬ have been bo successful that farmers 51 2 FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT 7n Crayen Col Tom Jim Ballard of Rockcastle Revolutionary war She was married in Bridgeforth and other relatives for several etery to day 114 Fancy Head- tending from tbe top story to tbe all over tbe country are taking active Â¬ In Crayen sB HARRIS 315 Children in the Woodcounty is announced in to days Climax 179S and in that year removed to Ken- weeks returned home Tuesday Mt Hosiery at the Palace ground The feebl A woman or the steps to adopt Pasteurs system It Is J In Crayen NicestJine of MRS AT MILLION Mrs Jennie C Million wife of Ed 310 jecsea uut sty Ivorine PUque for the Mate senate irom tucky and resided continuously upon the Sterling Sentinel Democrat as a candidate youngest child could easily get out of estimated that the loss of sheep in New Million Wiiite Hull died on Thursday Estill arm where she died They were wealthy Miss Nannie Phelps the district composed of Madison IS LIFE W0RTU LIVING Miss Linnie Crutcher daughter of Elder May SOth 18S9 The funeral was held si8 Girls Head a burning building by means of such South Wales by anthrax has been 200 In Pastel counties Col Ballard is people and leave a good estate and Rockcastle In Pastel sio Not if you co through tho world a an escape Two of tlieae stairways 000 per annum The disease Is highly Remaining unclaimed in the Post- Instances of rare longevity are not so Sam Crutcher graduated from Woodland at the home of her father Joseph 310 Boys Head many relatives In Pastel dyspeptii Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets Hope a native of Madison has College at Independence Mo last week Kennedy near old Paint Lick church 311 Portrait In Pastel built by the Snead Iron Works of virulent has all tbe characteristics of Office at Richmond Ky wees aftnfci and ought to carry the unusual as one might think The oldest She stood positive cure for the worst forms In Pastel are a Portrait and friends here june un i fourth in her class of eleven In Oil Garrard county ou Friday She sis Plaque Sally in our AHey 313 Dyspepsia Indigestion Flatulency Louisville have been purchased by the Inflamatory fever and usually proves county in the regular election without any man in modern times of whom we have and received the medal in music The in In Oil of 314 California Sunset Buckner Horace Mitttoa Anaie G Constipation Guaranteed and Gait House Company at a cost of fatal within two days was married only last January own any knowledge was Thomas Parr whose In Oil aud 335 llirror trouble He says he is certain of his MrBgHl SD Clark Sarah 336 Portrait In Crayon sold by W G While Prescription 2000 will be no tomb is yet to be seen in the Poets Cor- Â¬ medal was gold and had a harp engraved MfagiM Douglas Mrs Eliza Owens Schmidt wife of 317 The DoCollier J J gcounty and we are sure there v Drugfiiat upon it Our Madison county people will Pianos and Organs at your own price Cobb William only ner of Westminster Abbey near the Montgoeserv Mrs L O Schmidt died in Richmond Ky no Ace art Youth- The majority of women swim with at Collins Hagans trouble about Estill The election u come to the front 44 1 Dennis Sam MD of the tombs of Charles Dickens Macauley and nn Friday morning April 31st J8S9 33a Pinnacles of the Palisades m mi s A man that refuses to look a circus their arms only aud if they do kick xiy days away and the wheels Haggard John Morten Tames One of the most pleasant social events after an illness of several months with Thomas Parr ot the Miss Maggie Powers machine ought to be revolv Â¬ Samuel Johnson want a fair- Â¬ Uie force of their stockinged soles Is The Chief of the Bureau of Statistics Tett Stephen procession would actually Democratic Park Frank -- In Crayon Ballard is a county of Salop born 1483 who lived in that has recently occurred in Scott county caucer of the stomach Deceased was 331 Shady Pool ShrcderTN er plan than Ganters Magic Chicken lost In tbe air Instead of drawing the reports that the total value ot the James Miss N ing and that rapidly Col 313 Rocks Â¬ the reign of the ten princes viz Edward was the marriage of Mr C M Hanna of a native of Lexington and a member 333 Falls of Snake River K good SeShrayer ChasO Cholera Cure is soltUcn which Is no legs up under the body us a Rood male exports of beef and hog products from Johnson JackMrs popular man and would make a s Kahle Katie Sexton W H IV Edward V Richard III Henry Shelby county to Miss Mattie eldest ot the Catholic Church Interment in Miss Katie- - Payne Sold by Stockton cure 110 pay swimmer does the ftmlnlue pupil the United States during tbe month Lanter Wm nator Snced Sophronia -- Id Pastel Mammas Pet VII Henry VIII Edward VI Queen daughter of Mr W Wright Allen which Richmond cemetery Sunday afternoon 334 Cherry Ripe bends tbe leg at the knos bo that the of April 18S0 and during the four Mars Charier Brooks It -- In Pastel Smith Thomas T 335 Must Rjfand Mary Queen Elizabeth James I and was solemnized on Thursday aiternoon In Oil 330 Cherries Wfcoa C A 2 lower part of the limbs rise gracefully mouths ended April SO 1839 as com- Â¬ Miller Willie in on sit Apples Beat French Sateens 22 cents at the above Dont Get Canglit k aco we mentioned that thi Charles I He died November 15th 1635 last at the pleasant home of the parents cm -- InOii Pot Offlee hoars frem 6 a m to7p 338 Beech wood Glen the surface of tbe water at every pared with Mmitar exports during tbe had visited at the age of 152 We should take it that of the bride near Georgetown 49- Commission -- In Oil Palace George Â¬ This epring with your blood full of Im- Â¬ 339 The Bath Slate Railroad stroke and then fall back with a heavy corresponding periods of the preceding it Money order awl registered letter s ii complaint of coal nothing but facts would be permitted of town Times Miss Maggie Parrish hours prompt purities your digestion impaired your Lancaster and heard A sound body and contented mind thud as If part of the roof of tbe bath year were as follows April 1SS9 -- In on Princes in Certainly none WHiLB P sr and others against the Kentucky record in the Abbey appetite poor kidneys and liver tnpid 340 Springtime the Tower dealer -- In Oil Rev Wm Crow returned from Geor- Â¬ 341 arenecessaty to perfect happiness If bouse had fallen in Ttis effect of this 8388602 April 1SS3 f 6893042 four freight charges but men and women of the royalty and and whole system liable to be prostrat- Â¬ Miss Ida Ramsey Central for exorbitant your innovation Is most exhilarating es months ended April 30 1SSB 88222 you wish to possess these cleanse report was published nobility and of great genius find a resting gia on Wednesday whither he went after ed by disease but get yourself into 343 Peace -- la Crayon The CommUtors blood with Ayers Sarsaparilla the adjournment of the Presbyterian Gen Â¬ It is pecially to the disinterested spectators 762 four months ended April 30 1SS3 ParkSTOCK FOB SUE Wednesday It holds that the place in that celebrated old church ready for the 343 In Old Hyde Daughter o last perfectly safe to take nnd te a thorough- Â¬ In proportion to their size women have S26103847 Tbe values or the exports eral Assembly at Chattanooga to which good condition and 344 Fishermans various parties in cbanginK and warmer weather by tak Â¬ 145 I Care for Nobody mwt reftnd to ly reliable highly concentrated and heavier heads and smaler lungs than of dairy prod nets were as follows 346 Bouquet for Mamma The News is informed by the clever he was a delegate Mr W K Denny Lancaster cartata specified amounts to It stands un 347 Fancy Head FIVE SIAilH 8P XABbSK XATWXAL powerful blood purifier Mr Crow found ing Hoods Sarsaparilla It men and as lung power has much to April 18S9 5120021 April 18S8 348 Poitrait West 577S 35 agent Mr Dawson that during the past was also a delegate equaled for purifying the blood giving S4i Portrait-xo J Wesley -wfc swimmers buoyancy a 302734 twelve months ended April BANK STOCK te be sold to the highest do with railroad business at the office business exceedingly lively in the South month the to J cost fee BIx spools of Clarks thread for 25 woman au appetite and for a general epring ajo Rag Riby bos a tendency in the water 30 1SS9 Atlanta 10011500 twelve months bidder oa Deer Head - -- c any previous month He surpassed 40 Lrdett 6i cents at the Palace rf attorney fee and here tonage wasthatthird greater than that ply says thatlittle creekgets her water supÂ¬ medicine It 351 Miss Eva Roberts to pitch head downward The con ended April 30 188S 10673635 Saturday from a that would appar a The Ward BroH97 chum SS at Harrodsburg and the local ticket bus ently afiord sufficient water for Rich Â¬ The hemp bares of George Brown In Crayon at 2 odoek v u Go tn the Fnrnlture Palace In the flrmaion of her body fioo helps this ffJS of costs The STrneyV Jta and tt r O H CHJtNAWLT Elegant line of Hght aad thrk Chal New Hotel for Furniture and Carpets unpleasant tendency sobat when she 354 lapc wm be barred by hrm incss was 200 greater than it was for the mond and that there is no reason why and James M Layton In Garrard ajj Heir to theuug Farm West Bros k held to Richmond should not have water work aggravate the trouble by kicking her liea at the Parse 48- 51 52 41 1 Cincinnati prices guaranteed neighbor city Lawrenceburg News ajj Shepherds Return- county were burned the same night tation Â¬ June so iar breaks the record for cold This well known evangelist preached weather Overcoats have been numerous in the Court House Sunday afternoon for a week to a large audience His subject was God is Love and Nothing Else He Common Pleas Court is in session Judge Scott presiding with 230 cases on seems not to have changed his doctrine any since his last visit here His health is the docket evidently not so good for he looks tired Auctioneer Z E Bush had a slight and Horn He continues to part his hair attack of paralysis on Monday and was in the middle and wear side whiskers taken home His coat is a long gray one buttoned Mr Kewland Jones Sr bought the from the collar down He lectured Mon Â¬ portion of Tates Creek turnpike advertis Â¬ day and Tuesdey nights ed last week Of Course Its Ended It is kindly requested that Mr Adair A paragraph is going the rounds of the repeat his selection of The Ship on Fire press to the effect that the ancient Hill if the concert is again given and Evans fued in Garrard county is setThere is a fine raft tide in the Kentucky tled because Drs Hill and Evans passed river and the Ford Mills are receiving each other on the turnpike and Hill spoke to Evans To our certain knowl- Â¬ logs The town is happy again edge information and belief nobody has Postmaster General Clarkson issued an been killed on account of that old anteorder May 9th sustaining Mr L T bellum trouble for more than twenty Griggs as postmaster at Waco years and Dr Hill is near eighty years old That item was intended for some Mr Ed Rowland was elected trustee of edition of George D Prentices Journal the Richmond public school Winston BaHard was elected trustee of the colored All Decorated school In every cemetery in the country where Covington Mitchell will tell you soldiers of the late war lie buried the something of interest next week Look people gathered yesterday to pay annual for their statement about first class goods tribute to their memory in the South where those who fought on opposite sides at reasonable prices are buried near each other there was a won 5500 union of the friends of both Letchers Benson At the in ii5 at Latonia on Wednesday tombs of Gens Grant Sheridan Logan which made 1900 his horses won at and Meade the sen ices were elaborate Latonia to that date The weather generally was unfavorable to Courier Journal May The Lexington Gazette says Mrs Phil out door exercises f Kidd of Lexington has not gone to Rock 31st Richmond forgot the day or the dead ford to enter the Schweinfurth camp but West to see her parents For County Clerk sy By reference to the announcement col At the re union of the Hamilton College Mtss Nannie Harcourt of this place umn you will see that Mr Joe Oldham was chosen to address the graduating of Union precinct is a candidate lor class of HamHten College County Clerk He is a Democrat from away back and has never asked for an iS D Parrish sold three lots in the Par- - office He has always worked for the addition on Saturday one to Green partys cause and Union precinct never Million one to Dr Roberts fails to roll up a rousing Democratic ma 270 Soo to D II Myers Soo jority The precinct has had little in the Mr C H Pigg has bought the other way of county offices within the recollec- Â¬ If of the Pie property on West Main tion of the oldest man in the county Mr t near city limits and now owns the Oldham would make a good clerk and asks you to carefully consider his claims Antire property Price 3500 He is a descendant of the old pioneer Elliott Institute commencement exer Oldham who was in the fort with Boone s ises to morrow in the Christian church The Homoeopaths t Kirksville Rev Dr Hamilton of Richmond will deliver the address Dr C S Holton attended the annual meeting of the Homoeopathic Society at The thermometer dropped to 45 at Lexington on last Wednesday and Thurs- Â¬ Rundown last Thursday and ranged Irom day There was a large attendance and 6 to 48 through Friday Two to four numbers of interesting papers were read Osies of snow fell in Michigan on Thurs- The election of officers resulted as follows President A L Monroe Louis- Â¬ The largest strawberry bed in the coun ville Vice President J A Vansant tyfk that of Elder Thompson at Derea Mt Sterling Secretary E B Johns Tley have ten thousand plants and have Danville Treasurer M Dells Carlisle scfcd twelve hundred quarts in Richmond Board of Censors J A Lucy J F Edgar O 11 Buck tires season A t The President in his address read statis JMdHe Bredclh has been earnestly re- tics from various asylums in which the etted to repeat the operatic concert comparison between the Homoeopathic uring commencement week but there and Allopathic treatment was iarorable ms to be a doubt as to whether the time to the former ourt House can be obtained at that Â¬ Â¬ m Thursday and Friday were the two days devoted to the examination of classes and the awarding of prizes in Mrs Formans school the last being the closing day The class in French evi- Â¬ denced great proficiency considering their tender years An older class in botany showed much study and their books pre Â¬ sented skillful work as all the flowers are sketched in pencil or water colors The history classes gave an outline of Ameri Â¬ can history from the begininglto the pres- Â¬ ent time There were two classes in Eng- Â¬ lish composition The books containing the compositions for the session had been examined by committees and the best works selected without any knowledge of whose compositions they were For one class Mrs Barbour Miss Logan and Miss Henry were the committee They decided that for merit of composition the fictitious name which proved to be Annie Belle Harber was entitled to the prize and for penmanship and spelling Sallie Tevis The committee mentioned that Emma Middleton was a close contestant and Miss Ruth Crow the teacher Jof that department thought Lillie Miller deserved special mention For the other class Mrs W H Miller Mrs Jason Walker and Mrs J A G Williamson were the com- Â¬ mittee They decided in favor of Willie Denny and Mable Terrill with the re- Â¬ mark that Bessie Hart was a close contestant The prizes were silver cups en Â¬ graved with name of winner Mrs Forman will leave at once for Boston and other points East where dur- Â¬ ing the summer she will study the art of teaching taking a course at Harvard Her school will re open in September Â¬ THIN COLUMN Mr Elementary Campbell was arrested near Campton Wolf county last week for shining What is the difference between an artillery house and the house Artillery About 50575 Â¬ Catalogue of Ficjures by Art Clas3 of Mad Â¬ ison Femalo Institute Session 1888 89r ALAOB DRY IDIR 1 3 Autumn scene 3 Landscape 4 5 7 Plaque GfOOBggQj -- RoscsHM 6 Cherries- vasc Lalla Rookh Mr S E Tipton thinks that the blast Â¬ 8 Mammas Pet 9 ing in the city quarry nearly seventy five 10 Mammas Pet 11 Oriental Head yards from his cistern caused the big leak 13 Fancy Head Morning which has broken out and thinks that 13 Morning14 some one has also tapped the big uin 15 Portrait 16 Portrait- leading to his well Paris News 17 Children is- the Woods- We dont believe a word of it Tip is is I Tonne Plaque- Miss Lena Baldwin in need of an excuse for ordering a keg of 19 Fancy I lead beer 20 Portraitai Portrait General R M Gano wrote a letter aa Fortrait Portrait some time since stating that his great- Â¬ 33 Portrait 34 35 Portrait grandfather baptized George Washington 26 Ensign A K E by immersion in the Potomac River 37 S A E 38 Mane Prescott- Recently he has written again saying Wood Ballard the word Potomac must have been a slip 39 Horses Head of memory and that the immersion took 10 Deer 31 Portraitplace in the Hudson River near Valley 31 Bessies - Pet 15 Forge The General will have to pick 34 Donkev- Wild Cattle his flint and try it again as Valley Forge Miss May Ballard and Hudson River arc about 100 miles 35 War Plaque - Roses In oa In Oil -- In on In Oil In on In Pastel In Pastel In Pastel In Pastel In Pastel In Pastel In Pastel -- In Pastel -- In Crayon In Crayon in on In Oil We have just opened the largest and most desirat in on GOODS iTOTIOTB g Ever opened in Richmond which we are going to sell at prices unh Ladies are especially invited to call and inspect our goods7 of before ------- In In In In -- In -- In -- In In ---- in lrayon Crayon Crayon Crayon Crayon Crayon Crayon Crayon Crayon WE HAVE THE LARGEST STG We have the Newest and Latest Styles and Patterns and also the Lowest We have a large line of In Crayon in crayon In Cravon In Crayon In Crayon In Crayon In Crayon In Crayon In Crayon Crayon Crayon Crayon Crayon Crayon Crayon -- Ladies apart 30 Puss in Boots 37 The Niagara of S A Misses and Childrens Shoes also Mens and Boys Boots and Shoes - The Estill Eagle screams as follows Swearing is a disagreeable and unprofit- Â¬ able habit There is no occasion for swearing outside of a printing office where it may be useful in proof reading and occasionally in getting forms to press It has been known also to materially assist the editor in looking over the paper after it is printed But it is more useful to the compositor in setting up bad manusci ipt than any one else Otherwise it is a foolish and wicked habit Â¬ Â¬ Miss 38 39 Helen Bennett In In In In In In -- Children in the Woods Bubble Girl 40 Childs Pleasure 41 Head 43 Tambourine Girl 43 Expectation that must go at what they will bring We have a Large Line of Clothing which we have no room for and we shall let it go at your own price Call and get you a Miss 44 4 Kate Blanton In Crayon In Cravon In Crayon In In In In Crayon Crayon Crayon Crayon 46 47 40 49 50 51 53 53 54 55 Castle At the Ford Fraternity Pin A T O- nanotie Donley 11111c auscuici Donkey Head KE Fraternity Pin Lucile Portrai- tSkajerdal Falls in crayon in crayon --- and hear prices for the goods on it and they will surprise you SEE OUR CHEAP TABLE 49- - gve i LLW -- Wat jflntgiUsTsV RELIGIOUS There were four immersions at the Bap Â¬ tist church Sunday night Miss j6 Loulie Camfbell in crayon Hat at one half cost at 57 5S 59 60 61 x Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ m Thirty seven ministers were graduated The Kentucky Midland road is from the Southern Baptist Theological pleted from Frankfort to Georgetown The occasion was celebrated by driving a Seminary Louisville on last Thursday silver spike at a point near Elkhom river Rev E Forman D D preached on in the presence ofa large crowd Sunday before last to the church at Clay N is preparing to double City recently organized by Dr Guerrant The L its road from Louisville to Anchor- Â¬ track Editor Thomas shot merchant Elmore age the main stem to Shepherdsville and at Caseyville Thomass father preached at other important points Over 51 3ooo Elmores funeral and a thousand persons in improvements are to be expended were present B and the Referring to the R N I Rev Dr Wm M Pratt has retired L C Si V in Estill the Winchester from the pastorate to push the endow- Â¬ Democrat says The peopls at Irvine ment fund of Georgetown College Aland Judge Benton feel just as we did one ready over 100000 additional have been year ago when the Kentucky Union prop raised osition was pending in Cla k Many per- Â¬ Rev Thomas Cummines of Vicksburg sons here preferied the L C V but was called by the First Presbyterian could not afford to go againVwhat they church Sunday The gentleman occupied knew to be a certainty ir ie interests of a high position at the recent General As- Â¬ an enterprise which they did not then feel sembly of the Presbyterian church at sure would be built Chattanooga His two sermons in Rich- Â¬ The work of grading the Louisville mond two weeks ago so pleased the con- Â¬ Southern Railroad between this city and gregation that he was called Lawrenceburg is rapidly approaching Denominational schools will be discusscompletion All the grading between ed in the National Educational Associa- Â¬ Versailles and Lawrenceburg and with the tion in Nashville July 17th by Rt Rev exception of less than two miles between John J Keene of Washington D C this city and Versailles The track laying and His Eminence Cardinal Gibbins of will be pushed as rapidly as possible Baltimore The same day Edwin D Some of the railroad officials say that the Mead of Boston and Hon George F road will be completed within sixty days Hoar of the U S Senate will discuss and cars running to this city Nearly Has the Denominational the question four thousand men are at work on the Schools a ProDer Place in America manKentucky Union Railway and the agers are making much better headway BEKEA than they anticipated The work of con- Â¬ structing the Lexington Belt Railway Miss Jessie Osborne has returned to her will begin in a short time Nearly all home in Geneva Ohio the necessary arrangements having been Miss Florence Terrill has returned from completed and the specifications will be her school at Midway ready in a few days It is now an assur- Â¬ The public square is being enclosed ed fact that Lexington will have a grand union depot one that will cost not less with a new and substantial boaid fence than f 75000 The east and west endc s Mrs Rosa Byzar from Cincinnati is both want the depot with the chances visiting at her fathers Mr Reuben Pres- Â¬ decidedly in favor of the west end where ton quite a handsome subscription has been Mrs Nebo from Indiana has come to raised Lexington Gazette spend some weeKs with her aunt Mrs C Lester PERSONAL com- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 63 63 64 Princess in Tower Venetian Laundress Ready for the Gpeia Little Rosebud Vase Plaque Landscape Plaque Flowers Plaque Head The Challenge Deer Portrait In Oil In Oil In Oil In Oil In Oil In Oil In Oil In Oil In Crayon In Crayon In Crayon XO Miss O FIRST STREET 2TEXT TO STOUTFERS OLOTHIXG HOUSE heels out of the water she looks like a duck diving fur clams San Francisco Chronicle By far the most important suit tried at the present term of the Common Pleas Court is the case of J T Down Â¬ ing vs L C Waguer executor of Per meliu Wilmore to recover 10000 for services rendered by said Downing for Mrs Wilmore during the Iastlen years of her life The statue of limitation was plead to one half of the account and the fiht narrowed down to 5000 for services rendered for the five years immediately preceding her death Able counsel were employed ou both sides the plaintiff being represented by Judge R J Breckinridge and Robert Hard ing of Danville and Geo R Pryor of Nicholasville while the defense was Brnuaugh conducted by Bronaugh Ben P Campbell aud E B Hoover Every inch of ground was coutested upon both sides After nearly a week consumed iu the trial and argument of the case it was given to the jury on Tuesday evening last and failing to agree the jury was dismissed aud there will have to be a new trial Nicholas- ville Journal Lalor buys Country Produce Rags 44 17 aud Iron PIMPLBS 8X THE FACE THE PALACE Tillie Tribble -- Archie Campbell 65 67 Pinnacles of the PalisadesmHMH The Morning Nap 1 wo r nenas 260 Good Morning to Mamma 257 258 259 261 262 In Crayon NEWS PARAGRAPHS oo Dog Dogs Head- - Port rait Dogs Head- - Niagara of S A 68 Lake George 69 Girls Head 70 Boy and His Pets Miss Minnie Wagers 263 wMmw - The Old Mill Miss Annie Portrait Our Boy 73 Roses 74 Our Pet 71 72 Chenault In Pastel In Pastel In Pastel In Pastel In Pastel In Pastel In Crayon In Crayon In Crayon In Crayon In Crayon In Crayon -- in crayon In Crayon 264 265 266 267 268 269 In Oil Snow Scene In WWM In Oil Oil An Alaska Falls View- on the MonongaheU MmnmMMMIn Oil Plaque Passion Flowers- In Oil Screen Birds In Oil Winter Scene In Oil W O Cahill fell dead on the streets of Georgetown Thomas K Adams aged 57 years died in Garrard county The Confederate mouumeut wiw icated at Paris Thursday ded- Â¬ f stitches in m Â¬ Denote an impure state of the blood and are looked upon by many with suspicion Aeker Blood Elixir will remove all inaptiritKe ami leave the co tuples km smooth awl eiear There nothing that will so thoroughly buikl up the constitution purify and strengthen the who4t sy4 eai Sold and guaranteed by W G Whit- - Prescrip Â¬ tion Drueuist Road horse trotters asd runners shod in any wanner desired I have just received an extra lot of four year oJd second growth tiaiber for repairing All work guar- Â¬ all kinds of wagons anteed at the very lowest prices Shop baek of Brookss drug store Respectfully 8febly S L MIDKIFF 4f 51 ii IStL Farmers Beware Dont Buy a Spring Tooth Cultivator til you see the By For Sale TAYLOR JOHN ison Agent MIn sick-headac- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 fc Flower-piece- ii Kose-bud- Â¬ -- -- LETTERS -- m 7ajc1o8pji JB Ml HA Â¬ June 151889 Akst I J KEHTOCfif CEHTBAL B B SELF MADE MENS SON Views or an Old Gentleman Who Drove a DEATH AND DESTRUCTION FADS OF CELEBRITIES Odd Fancies Affected bv Prominent Bank ers Actors and Authors Henrv Clows is one of tbo most suc hnrul of n Â¬ Ambition Ericouragea So young Mr Ryche to his clerk man you dosiro to marry my daughter Mr Youngclerk Yes sir if you will pardon my ambition that is tho dearest wish of my heart Mr Rycho I always like to see am- Â¬ bition in young men Go backto your desk and if at the end of fifteen or twenty years of faithful Industry yon are earning enough to support her and she is still unmarried you may havo hor with ray blessing Chicago Jour Â¬ BLUE GRASS ROUTE 00 Shortest and QicJvCst Route from Cenj tral Kentucky lo AH Points North f Eabt West and South west for my living iDnvAl kin9 t NS FAST LINE BETWEEX - Lexington SOOTH BOUND Cincinnati KXtDQ Sobcdnle in Effect 3IayJ lii 1889 So 2- No i Dally 800 pm fce pm No 6 ExJSuu 35 -- 45 tliHflnnsllIve tlVtMfftitt- l-Lv KalMO lba Ive CynlhtuSa lV 1MCTK Ait lrXHje1 3m Arr lMga ive VuffimwAit 44 37 a p yr pm mcoo pra iocs 1100 x 1105 1 pm SMj pm pm 540 pm p 630 pra 408 pm 5 45 pm 620 pm 730 pm P Arr -- HBPBd jwwjjnif0nl I pm 450 pm 30 pa pn p No 5 No 1 Ex Son ExSan JfcraBtttetiiiHHHl- MmJp-- fAMTltereK ivltwpitwn 3x0 pm K45 f k 11 Absolutely Pure Tills powder never variwv A marvel of purity MreiiRtli and wholesomenesx More economical than the ordinary kinds and CHimol be Kold in compelition Willi the mul Â¬ titudes of low lest hliorl nclglit Hluin and Sold only In cans puosphnle powders Koyai ItAKiNC Powder Co- - 106 Vall street 21 20 New York NORTH BOUND No 35 ally am am am lve Ive Arr Arr Arr Arr BereM IJvtltgxteil- - -- Mo K Ive ttutl - rttwoil Ie Wleder lv IexlMKlmi Jvw Im is KIcMtwom- tRtchnHHH- l- ln 945 am 1 40 pm 330 pm pm 4 3 45 pm 7o - m Jio a m 45 Jvo IHIHH HnlmoMth Arr CVvurh Arr HmHhiwi- IJUAYSVILLE 1IRANCII I am am am am 345 pm 53 am 4 35 pm 4SP 5 07 pm 44 pm 530 pm 913 am 600 pm pm 1035 am 7 10 pm 635 6ijpm 1045 am 7 30 pm 610 715 748 700 tip NORTH BOUND UhMtHMI1 Nfi Kx Sun Dally Fxfeun 135 pm a 45 pm 450 Pm 5 45 pm 6 i pm 6 36 pra 7 30 pm 810 pm No II Dally - AEMWTffVTn Arr Crlle JiiImimhi My--li- e 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any condition 01 me pysiem t arorim rrcscrip medicine is WARrUHTEDfor women the onlvdrueirlsts sold by -under a positive orguar antee of satisfaction in every case price 1X0 refunded This guarantee has been printed on the bottle wrapper and faithfully carried out for many years For large Illustrated Treatise on Diseases of Women 080 pages with full directions for home treatment send ten cents in stamps Address Worlds Dispensary Medical Association era Main Street Buffalo N Y 25 24 --- -- H CttiaU li xg3 -- HADFIELD monTHLY cncl wim rear clorigcr Irii r crr-Cit5I- - jjFLgyjs4 free -- Sickness Wlf he avodceL va your ago I bad to work said the head of a pros porous establishment to his son when the young man reached the office two hours after his fathor had settled I used to get up at down to work four oclock in the morning and went to bed like a sensible- - man at dark We didnt have any fads in thoso days about young mens clubs cotillons and such nonsense We tramped bohlnd a plow all day or chopped wood from tho time wo got up till we went to bed What do you supposo my father would havo said to me if I had gono to work at ton oclock in the morning Ho used to work right alongside of ub and koop up witli tho best of us too When I camo to New York to fight my own way he was fifty five years old and he was as strong and voll as when he was twenty one What kind of men do you think Out you and your friends will make every night to some frivolous enter- Â¬ tainment and up late in tho morning Thank goodness I was born in the when good a man old days to see tho sun wasnt afraid rise or to take hold of work or to get his bands cold and then tho an Â¬ gry father got up and put on his fur liucd overcoat and started down stairs William had not to his carriage driven up near enough to the curb- Â¬ stone and be got a sound rating be-Â¬ cause his employer hod to stop out into th3 street to get into tho carriage When he pulled up at a fashionable house in Fifth avenue tho self made man wanted to know if he couldnt drive along Ilia street without shak Â¬ ing the life out of a man Having got into the house the man v ho had tramped behind a plow for twelve hours in a day was assisted into his slippers and sraoking jicket by his man servant lie read his even- Â¬ ing papers and then ae a dinner pre Â¬ pared bv a French cook whose salary was just a trifle more than that of Aflorsmok- some college presidents ing a fifty cent cigar and going to his library for a quiet little nap prepara Â¬ tory to spending the evoning at his club he came out and oppressed his opinion to his youngest son for falling down the front stairs and waking him up Then he went around to his club and while finishing up a bottle of Bur-Â¬ gundy after a supper that added three per cent- - to his doctors bill ho mused over the young man of to dny as com- Â¬ pared to himself and his generation when to split a cord of wood in an afternoon was childs play N Y Tribune When -- I Plow in Ills Toutli fcr bccHMcaacige focmen roailtd XJIlunQLU IjLOULrtlUHVJJ -- PAPEIl TORHEDO BOATS f ho I atest Addition to the Navy of tho VTXVNTA c The Manufacturers r nmmww imum of go Joseph Bergmann of Lansingburg builder of paper boats is now engaged on the construction of paper torpedo boats under the countoaance of tho Navy Department Tho trial boat is nearly ready and is a peculiar con struction measuring nearly eleven feet in length and about tho same dimen- Â¬ sions in breadth with a depth of only sixteon inches Its shape at either end is that of a cigar that has been somewhat flattened in the box Any cross section at right angles with its longitudinal axis is an oval and it tapers to a sharp point at each end It 13 made of twelve folds of paper is one seventh of an inch thick and though it contains no braces is so hard and strong that one by pressing against it might presume that it was solid Its greatest beam is about bow Tho four feet from tho in halves craft is constructed so that each half is a keolless paper boat its lines converging to two points at stem and Stern Within the sholl are throe cleats to which an electric dynamo will be fastened amidships This dynamo will turn a light propel er at a high rate of speed In tho bow in a space two foet long will bo stored twenty five pounds of dynamite enough to blow the biggest turret ship into a cocked hat before Bismarck Tho contact could say sauer kraut of a pointed block of brass protruding through the bow of the torpedo with the side of a vessel will discharge tho dynamite The torpedo boat will bo steered by means of electric wires con- Â¬ necting its storn with tho ship from which it is sent out Tho sholl which will be water tight will be so ballasted that it will run along under water at tho necessary depth Paper Mill United Slut h Dim mm I Co SISW FIRXL MErnr tht goods The Terrible Effects or an Avalanche De Â¬ scribed by an Ungllsh Traveler I enjoyed nn excelent opportunity last March of inspecting tho interior of a Staub Lawiue or snow du3t ava- Â¬ lanche which fell in tho valley of Davos below the village of Glarus At its deepest point it lay about sixty feet above the post road and a gallery had been bored through it with great labor for the passage of sledges The walls of thi3 tunnel were a compact mass of compressed snow which the workmen cut into with pickaxes You could make no impression on it with your fingers and the marks of the pick were as sharp as on a block of marble I noticed the following ob- Â¬ jects imbedded in the portion of tho avalanche exposed to view Large and small fragments of gneiss and limestone occasionally a largo boul- Â¬ der trunks of trees mostly larch and pine sawn flush with tho snow walls branches innumerable twigs of cem bra larch spruce fir and nlder so evenly distributed over the whole sur-Â¬ face that the trees from which they had been torn must have been stripped by tho whirl of wind and snow were so fragments dust these firmly clutched that you could not scoop them out lastly and most im- Â¬ pressive massive blocks of pure trans parent ice one of them six feet in length threo feet in depth and how broad I do not know This ice must have been torn by tho blast from frozen waterfalls in tho gullios of tho RutschtoboL Tho avalanche prob- Â¬ ably started at some three thousand foot above the Landwasser descend- Â¬ ing from a district known as tho Ausnerberg which is dominated by the two peaks of tho Leidbachhorn and Aelplihorn It was clear on seeing how stone stems branches twigs were firmly blocks of Ice etc wrought into the snow mass that a mans body would bo inextricably clasped by the same frozon substance Standing in the gallery and reflecting on these things I remembered with a thrill of awo that somehow or another at no great distance tho corpse of a man lay actually imbedded there He was called Caspar Yalar and ho had been buried in tho avalancho upon February 7 Gangs of peasants to the number of fifty had dug incessantly for seven days in tho hopes of alighting on his body Passing along tho road wo had seen them at tho stream side sounding tho snow with poles breaking it up with pick- Â¬ axes and delving into it with spades and their sad resigned faces told how they sorrowed for their comrade His fate might so easily bo theirs too The savage Alpino winter claims its vic- Â¬ tims yearly Therefore Aoeite tibi eras mUii quod eras sum quod es ero to day for thee to morrow for me what thou wast I am what thou art 1 shall be seemed written on their earn- Â¬ est features At last this labor of tho search willingly and without wage given by tho men of Glarus had to be abandoned as impracticable Caspar Valar was left to slumber in his icy sepulchcr until the melting avalanche relaxed its hold In sprlng timo His widow meanwhile with two young children went on living in their wood- Â¬ en chalet on tho hill which overlooks the dreadful thing which robbed her On tho 3d of May sho of her husband gavo birth to a stillborn child and on tho same day her husbands corpso was brought to light Ho had been carried across tho stream by tho rush of the Staub Lawlno and his body was in excelent preservation Cornhill Magazine SHftCKELFORD Se GENTRY CLAUDE i SIT cessful financiers in Now York and the xrtat house But it is Mr Clewss ambition to bo rated a literat- William Waldorf Astor ex United States Minister to Italy Is another man whosogreatest ambition is to be a t j teur Sell the best one and two horse Cultivators Sell the best one and two horse I novelist Pretty much every one knows tho fad of Hon James W Husted who was nal so many times Speaker of the Assom bly It Is the collection of scarf pins and scarfs It is said ho has a differ- Â¬ ent scarf pin for every day of tho Leg- Â¬ islature and each of an original de Â¬ sign too Colonel Fred Grant has a match box which engages about as much of his attention as any thing else It is a handsome affair being of Roman gold studded with diamonds Ono diamond in tho collection is as largo as a pea and it is by pressing upon this that tho box is opened Tho box was given to ex President Grant by the Shah of Persia Tho Colonel is nevor tired of showing it and of talking about it Ex Mayor Hewitts hobby is the study of our coinago system and his ambi- tion is to wrilo a work that will help settle tbo questions of the coinago of gold and silver which are now puzzling He has an im Europe and America monso array of documents bearing up- on tho matter Low Dockstador tho well known minstrel has a queer passion for pep- business suits and has any number of them Piorro Lorillard is not so much taken up with his big business as with open air sports and a love of antiquities of Ho ha3 all kinds and from anywhere paid out a good deal for the lattor Billy Florence is a slave to his hobby which i3 salmon fishing Hois said to havo tho best collection of hooks and other appliances for the pur- suit of this fine sport in the country Billy also has a weakness for prac tical joking Ned Harrigan tho author and act-Â¬ or when not engaged upon his plays finds his chief enjoyment in hunting through the second hand clothing stores or driving bargains with Irish or Italian laborers on tho street for tho fearful and wondorful garments that are worn in his stage representations Sam Carpenter tho well known railroad man does not caro for the- Â¬ aters or social affairs but ho has a weakness for studying up and afflicting upon his friends the queerest and most unexpected jokes James Patrick Gavan Duffy is tho best known and most original of New Yorks police magistrates It is his fad to wander about tho corridors of the up town hotels with his silk hat on the back of his head and enjoy the salutations of tho throngs of politicians and men about town who know him Mrs James Brown Potter has a hob- Â¬ by Sho bathes in violet water at five dollars per quart Mrs Frank Leslie Is particularly fond of rare and costly jewels and has a flno collection of them Mrs Pierre Lorillard has somewhat similar tastes and seems to affect green as a color having some rare emeralds Ella Wheeler Wilcox is said to have a weakness for cats as Mrs Frances Hodgson Burnett has for children and for driving in hansom cabs N Y Mail and Express per-aod-s- GORMLEY us iiio nun Â¬ Â¬ CO conW 0 GORMLEY tinue in their elegant house corner of Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky formerly occupied Sell the best Tinware by J V Herndon as a drug store Tiie rOWI3 OR ANY KIND OF Tiie Old HicKorsr Wagons Sell the best Wire Ohickrown The IXaWOrtll- - MwareorTiiiiai AT PRICES THAT WILL Sell the best Peed Cutter Tile Bell City Sell the best Randall Harrows Tte Key Stone TICKLE Tf 01 F1IC Sell the best Plows TIlG Oliver NO LITTLE HE WILL J YOU ANY KIND OF Sell the best Sulky Plow The Big IziJUZl Sell the best Fertilizer The Honest Tinware to Ordei1 Sell the best Cook Stoves and Ranges The H XCelleXlt OR MEND YOUR OLD WARE p Sell the best Cistern Filter The Gentry CS Call at No Si N SeMd Sir c Gasoline Stove Sell the best Vapor or The XVoX2ach Armeru MAJ- - ptS nl t0h0rSC0 ke Vaxxdiver WILL SELL YOU A STOVE oW sMhimI -- - 3E2omeRSade -- The Finest Jack In Tba World Sales and Harness Sell THIS BEST of SlTJSRYTHIiyfG-J-Ciaousm to the Bourbon Chief Will make Hie ie4 nt s whi at li lHblf m of W J Collin three niilt--eiif RiclMttoiitl on the Union fi turnpike wlMfe he will srv jiinep MADE TO ORDER of ihe best materials and by tho best work- Â¬ men Cooling Blankets Horse Boots Toe Weights Spurs Stirrups Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridles Surcingles Gold and Silver Buckles Ilarnefcs Oils Harness Soaps Horse Brushes Scrapers Curry Combs Riding and Driving Bits Richmond Fancy Bridles Trace Chains Ilamo Strings and everything else belonging to a complete SadA dlery and Harness Shop Â¬ hustlers from away back and dont you forget it jgSdiKriiey Hardware World are SHACEELFOEDGEITTEY Ky- - 40 SettMHi ti Iisire AliriK NtyniiV Cult April 10 18S9 43- - Â¬ THE CCmiTEfl CIiOTHIER specialty of Light Road Track Harness 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 WORK WARRANTED ALL 41 40 5 Will keep Jennets on jsnt- - for lb awA t per day In nil Hie ttimul mtH be IhmI wIk ii tiie jtinet h lake away every ere will betaken but m renMiisiWHlv 6w noeMlenls or IIOURBOX CHIEF i 16 bun 3 iiicIh s high wilboiit io- - rihI ueigb poMlidti IttHkiiifr him lite bigifeft 1200 jack in I lie world He enl bbtek witli mealy ihk and mm- - bone weigli aetMMi aiul appearanee has Htyle equal 1 Bourbon Cm kf was sired by niiiiitls Herenles lie bv Pallet Bueiin VMh lie bv M BwetM V3 lie by Imported Mniioth Hereulea dam bv imported ea-x-- Hhm emit hi fooWil eee Lears Naoleoii lie by Imported AT McKEES OLD STAND poleoB 2nd ilmii by Buena 40 62 tl RnrTuinA- - ok 1c u ua 1 dam by Imported Castilliitn COLLINg W Vista JJS FAEM for SALE OR CD Cor Main and First Streets Richmond Ky saddle HARNESS The TIIE LATEST SPRING STYLES AND BEST land 3 miles from Herringlou Dickinson county Kansas 1C0 acres in gras and well fenced with wire for p ti ture 160 acres in cultivation There w I have GRADES OF CUSTOM MADE 320 ACRES of splendid A G OOB HOUSE a tine stock well with wind pump aud an inexhaustible supply of uatar -- TOMBSTONE SOCIETY All sizes shapes ages and kinds of men boys can find precisely what they want a GOOD STABLE and or how GRAINERYand CRIB lOOacrtsin No matter how fat or how lean corn aud acres in oats thN tpruig 10 acres in tall or how small White can fit you fiO containing four room and a good wel ot Mft water hi the kitchen ilnor also ClaOTMllfG A iSo 6 old and reliable Saddle Harness House of iIB ISA W FIGKE3L 2C becond Garnett Llouse stock of btreet next has a comj Saddles Rlanlrntc Wkins Km a Hi Boots Curry Combs bcrai n me iir 1 ueigiiis ooaps mis everything else needed by pet wlM handle horses 1 Harness Bridl Saddles Manufactured to CW THE STERlfflB PIAHOS WHICH FCK wish to announce to the We Quality of Tone Beauty of Design we have just opened FINISH and adaptability for standjmWic ing in Tune have no equal in tire Iku6c next door to the Gar Every Piano Warranted for Five Years ivatt House on Second street a fresh stock of the Lest brands of And satfafaclkm guaranteed to every purchaser Also Manufacture the Wocld Renowned STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES that can be had in the cities propose to sell We CHEAP for CASH Come and see us and be convinced that we have a first class stock Â¬ at Eeasonsible Prices We shall aim to secure a fair share of custom by square dealing and the handling of desirable goods DAVID CHENAULT f s1CO A D RUFF WATCHMKERJEWELER DEALER IN Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and Plated ware etc Special attention given to JSETTfflCE 8 DIAMONDS AltfD OTHER PRECIOUS STONES yjt- - Promptly done and In a workmanlike manner Cas RPAmUffG- - Paid for Old Gold and SilYer Dont forget the place next door to the Post ofllce Kiobmond Ky jan4 lf -- ia building a machine with Hand VtUcbmenJj and Portable specially adapted for Invalids travelers c to cost 25 cash Any one wishing a machine of this type wJLI please leave order at the office Iff First street r Tle Singer Manufacturing Company -- ept In stock 40 P 8j It la fin M nrtltr J I Stone hv nrffprnnf J F J3 IGNORANCE Characteristic Anecdotes Illustrating the Simplicity of the Russian 1ollco Â¬ We heard many funny stories from the political exiles in Siberia with re-Â¬ gard to the ignoranco shown and tho mistakes made by tho rural police in dealing with supposed revolutionists Four or five years ago just after the assassination of the gendarme officer Factories Derby Conn Sudeikin by the terror Â¬ SMITH NIXON ist Degaief Decgy yeff photographs of Degaief were sent to every police Wiioiehle Repkeskntativks 2G V 4tli St Cincinnati 24 office in tho empire On tho back was printed an offer of 10000 rubles re-Â¬ 49 N Broadway Lexington Ky ward for tho capture of tho assassin 40 13 and on the face were printed six phoÂ¬ tographs of Degaief showing how he looked in a cap and without a cap with a full beard and without a full beard and with a mustacho nnd without a mustache A hard drinking and igno- Â¬ rant police officer in a village of West- Â¬ ern Siberia into whoso bnnds a copy THE SOUTHERN CROSS of this card fell arrested four unlucky The Verses of tlia Xte Pay Master wayfarers who happened to look more Arms of the Vandalla or less like the photographs of Paymaster Arms of the Vandalia Degaief and committed them to who was drowned at Samoa is well jail then he went about tho village known hero having served at Leagao and to tho dram shop in a half Island from 1871 to 1875 and being tipsy condition boasting that ho afterward on special duty at tho Cen- Â¬ had captured four of thoso accursed tennial exhibition In a recent letter Degaiefs and was going to hold them to relatives he penned some linos of until ho could find tho other two so poetry which illustrate his Christian could SHORTEST faith Tho Yandalia had been stationed that hohigher turn the six together over to the authorities Ho hod no at Panama and going to Calloa Peru doubt that ho would get not only 10 it crossed the equator 000 rubles reward but a cross of We lost sight of the north star ho honor BETWEEN wrote and the Southern cross became Another police officer equally igno- Â¬ visible This fact seemed to mo to em- Â¬ rant arrested a scientific man a mem- Â¬ Ciiicifiiiaii and Orleans body poetic luck and I wrote tho lines ber of tho Imperial Geographical So- Â¬ which suggested themselves to me ciety who had gone into tho country LUX CHDCIS TIME 27 HOURS to pursue his favorite study of orni- Â¬ Neath the bncht glory ot a troplo night ENTIRE TKAINS thology Tho unfortunate naturalist was Oer arching phosphorescent summer seas AGGAE TARS accustomed to note down every day the While faintly blows the equatorial breeze DAY COACH E Polaris neath the horizon hides his light names of the birds of which he had AND KLEEPERS secured specimens and the sagacious Hut as the pole star fades upon oar view Run Through Without Change New flashing out like jewels in tbc sky police officer in looking over his pris- Â¬ o tbera cross la golden majesty The oners diary found on almost every Irrodates the watery waste anew 110 MILES rrilE SHORTEST page such entries as Juno 13 Killed And so when sets for us ia sorrows night 7 HOURS THE QUICKEST a fine crown snipo this afternoon or Some pole star of our love and trust and bona Juno 17 Shot a silvia horleiisis to- Â¬ BKTWRRK Tis then as we la doubt and darkness grope Regarding tbo30 entries as un The cross shines oat wth its dlvlnest light day Cincinnati Jacksonville Florida Philadelphia North American mistakablo records in cipher of TIME 28 HOURS Nihilistic murders tho officer sont the Tiie Only Line Running Through Human Blood as Cement captured ornithologist under strong Sleeping Cars Cliicimiali to Jack- Â¬ to tho chief of police of the dis- Â¬ sonville Without Clmnt e Next to his wife and babies tho guard trict with the note book as docu- Â¬ coal miner lores his pipe said a for- Â¬ mentary proof that the prisoner was mer worker in the anthracite mines one of tho most desperate and blood- Â¬ Ho but now a well known politician FROM JUNCTION CITY TO of assassins the loves it so well that he never hesitates thirstywith tho terrorist crown snipo regard to entry CHA1TAN00GA to shed his blood lo save it It is his he said was plainly a reference to the BIRMINGHAM ono great comfort nud solaco down in most august family of tho Gossudar MERIDIAN tho gloomy depths and if he was as Georgo Kennan In Century JAOISON careful of himself as ho is of his pipo A Pair of Thsm there would be less of fatality in tho VICKSB0RG mines If by some hard luck his pipo MOBILE Passing along the street ono day he Is broken for the ciners pipe Is in Oliver Ditson saw in tho gutter a Close Connection Made at New Or- Â¬ nine cases out of ten a clay one ho man who had fallen while drunk and leans wilii Southern Puoifie has a way of mending it that no other was making an ineffectual attempt to and Texas Pacific for would resort to Ho takes got upon his foet Mr Ditson stooped smoker Texas Mexico California tho neodlo he carries for picking up down and took hold of him and assist- Â¬ 12 Hours Quicker than any other Line the wick of his lamp and jabs it deep ed him to a standing position After in his hand or arm Tbo blood flows brushing the fellows clothes a little Direct Connection Made at Shreveport quickly from the wound Tho miner ho said to him as ho tried to steady wiih Texas and Pacific Ry rubs the odges pf the fractured pipo him enough to enablo blm to start without Transfer for on the blood until they are coated away Young man why you --Tothern Tesas Kezico California with it and then tils them togotbor brace up and bo somobodv dont and the West The blood quickly dries and no co Brace up Be somebody Well moat could give greater adhesion I who are you Id like to know the sot SSTFor Rates Maps e address have known a miners pipe to bo replied with a drunken stare FRANK W WOOLEY Trav Pass Agt Lexington Ky mended in half a dozen different I am Oliver Ditson sir Who are So you places with this blood cement or C S RARRETT Trav Pass Agt Chattanooga Tenn why shouldnt tho minor love his pipe Me glancing down his Isnt he bound to it by peculiar ties of me Why Im All overatMud clothes The consanguinity Philadelphia Press pun was so good that Mr Ditson forgot D G Edwards J C Gauit mm Genl Mgr Gen Pass Agt his sermonizing and sent him on his Cincinnati O Rockford Mich wants to get in way without further cpmment the public eye because it has a citizen sympathy which often recalledbut a his who always wears twontytaRar gold case Cambridge Daily pieces on bis clothes in tne place of buttons It wouldnt bo safe for such Miss Augusta Mayne to Pat Coguo 11 man to venture on the streets of Now who has just tendered her his seat York N Y Tribune You have my sincere thanks sir Pat Cogue Not at all mum not at Covington Arnold J H Bowman caught a big eagle all Its a duty we owe to the sect Bro want to buy 100000 pounds of Wool Will pay in Oklahoma March 4 He picked out Some folks only does it phen a loss be the highest market price Those who tho largest quill eighteen inches long pretty but I says says I The sect have wool to sell will find It to their fashioned it into a pen end sent it to Pat sayg I not the individual Interest to call 43 ASTOUNDING Doings of the Upper Tendom of Arizonas Progressive Metropolis A FINE YOUNG ORCHARD garden and truck jmlrli There lias been several hundred shade trees planted about the buildings All the buildings have been put up In the last two years A good public school and church one half tuiie from the place Every house in the town of Herriugton lias been built in the hp t five years aud it now has 3000 inhabitants 3 new railroads machine shops electric lights street patent roller II nir cars and a mill besides other industries Splendid schools and several good churches good society and everything to make a good town STERLING- ORGAN in Ist U illll IE 8 Hours the Quickest lew THESHORT LINE One of the Italian laborers on tho Southern Pacific claims to bo a bu3ted Count He had better not show up Our girls are not around Tombstone Now York girls by about four thou- Â¬ sand miles and whether ho is a Count or no account they dont want any Dago in theirs It is our pleasing duty to chroniclo the engagement of Tim Donoghue tho genial and ever popular bar keeper of tho Forty Innocents saloon and well known social leader to Miss Daisy Mulligan of Madison Alley Tim says she can call his hand if she is red Â¬ headed Bully for you Tim At last we havo an art club Our hroe tonsorlal artists and Reody tho sign painter aro about to incorporate ono Reedy has offered tho loft over his barn for use as an art room and a large number of police wcoklies havo already been contributed All wo re- Â¬ quire is a little timo to become tho most aesthetic hictropolis on tho Mexi- Â¬ can frontier Wo chroniclo with interest another event in tho history of our Western e the duel yesterday be Â¬ chivalry tween Alt Thompson and Poker Bill Tho contracting parties contacted in front of tho post offico at high noon baring ridden into town from opposite directions There wero no seconds not even between shots The two gen- Â¬ tlemen then resumed their journoy in company in the other world it is hoped In the most amicablo manner as tho trouble was only about Bills old wall eyed horse There will bo a dual funeral from Murphys saloon pardon our thoughtless pun nnd all members of the Arizona Benvolont As- Â¬ sociation sober enough to march that late in the morning are requested to form line at ten a m as escort of honor Tho German given by Knights of Pityus at Murphys saloon on Sun- Â¬ day was one of tho most brilliant af-Â¬ fairs of the season Several of our prominent townsmen wore surprised to learn that a german consists ot nothing that is particularly Teutonic nnd now join in the fun poked at the three Irishmen who sent their regrets on the grounds that they did not care very much for sauerkraut and sausages anyway Bill Simpson led in the most approved New York fashion and as he was a dead shot and was well heeled every thing went off smoothly Some of the figures wero original and to say tho least Unique Tho lasso figure in which the gen- Â¬ tlemen in one line lassoed their oppo sites was worthy of mention The changes wore signaled by tho grace- Â¬ fully careless discharge of a an innovation that ought to be-Â¬ come popular in tho East ilung Up the Chinaman did the catering in the most satisfactory manner especially as a number of guests recovered some napkins and table cloths that they re- Â¬ cently lost in their wash Tom HolL in Life Â¬ er BIO STOCK OF COLLARS CUFFS MS SUITS IIDEBIEU Gloves Suspenders Handkerchiefs Will Give A Big Bargain this farm for a Kentucky farm can give posesion any time For further information cull on me at Stringtown R It camp or write to the address below C T BLACK 46 51 Million Madison County Ky OTJ S NecktifisUmlirellas Walking Canes TRUNKS YALISES and everything else in his line 45- - ami none but the best I atif ncul lili sjT iuiifca boys Saddles kept in Harness of every tleseript Trace Chains Haines Baekbwnj Bellybands Collars Collar Pit Ilame Strm s Plow Lines Bridles Whips and other thins used on the farm Only experienced workmen employed If you want a Saddle yon have a hundred to select front rMiin in price from 4 upward If yon want a set of Harness yott have 150 sets to select from rsMgins in price from S up lmk2 vaa Â¬ in selling or exchange All prices of Plow Gear from the cheapest to the best Something entirely new in Curry Coml J The handsomest Jot of lip ever brought to Richmond i 5 D 1 A WEEK CIiISirtnm ffrf fy - niLAy -iu juiinrir uc -- j 4V sysin co operation cf the yP i9 is ivi fl to the buytr es any V Ssl1 iasulment system is jJ V t MIT club members sctlft us 18 watches in each 4Vy S EODBSDALB THE RODESDALE ADDITION IS NOW ON THE MARKET WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE NONE ELSE NEED APPLY l j LOTS LAt a week i bis is why we give you hisR more lor your money man any one Use JtSJ and why e arc doing the largest gt v e sell watcn in tne woriu only first quality goods Lat our rnri - ilviHl ulii t ntritrl mt C r a K ond quality Our 10 SllTcrWatch ynvt tmtitutan ej is a any kino Mcm W nd American i erer UU4W1 MwS VI lllLJiUIU tV fV S 1 111 Ctivi OpenFace dirt qu lity stiHened Gold AmencznLcrtrW teh pta ramtjeii tj any awrjuwirj It is fully equal to una J watcn soia i r fja dy outers we a first class SU Tsned Cold Case much more satisfactory and serviceable than any Solid Gold Case that can be sold at less tnan double tne money as encap solid cases arc Invariably thin weak o low quality and worthless after short use Our 33 Watcil contains numerous Important patented Ira- - bkUll Ar - UU4MUM fej JIUfbUISUjM ate Un ieg Paint Dtutfreqf Patent SUm 11 which we controlexclttsively Hind ts fully equal for accuracy appearance dura biUty and service to any f 75 Watch either Open Face or Hunting Watch is toeciallv ecnstructeJ for the most exacting use and u the beat Kail- road watch made Open Face or Hunting All these prices are either all cash or In clubs 1 5i va h Oab and we ret cash fron fir cih wath before it goes cot thojjjh nth R3iier onl pays Ibe Club PHI LA Twenty Six Lots 50x250 Feet Will be sold on toIowiug terms Twenly Fiv Dollars cash balance Jn install Â¬ ments of 150 on Saturday of each week to be paid to Dr W G White Secre- Â¬ tary of the Itichmond B Til ft PonTniT- L Corporation who will receipt for the money No interest will be charged on the purchase money until after the expiration Cincinnati Indianapolis of 14 mouths from date of sale thereafter 6 per cent will be charged on the pur- Â¬ LAFAYETTE and chase money remaining unpaid By this method parties cau buy aud pay for a good lot nt a small price on easy terms without Interest and free ot city Tt EnUn Trafau SCI TBUCU ffit Mt Oa p Any young man iu Richmond can buy one or more or these lots and pay tax for it Pullman Sleeping Cars and TUnntKa without feeling the burden In the very near future this property nllntng Chair Cars on Mifht Train will be worth much more than It Is now selling at The city is rapidlv on Day Trains extending in that dl Magnificent Parlor rectiot and will absorb Rodesdale For further Information call on V G White E W Wiuanra or Stephen D BETWEEN Parrish Richmond Ky ut ri uu tt ltltetr CHICAG Oj Cs soiicb ri r3 Cincinnati and St Louis I I i TI the I I i i oauu lrrc ji afimres pr ru irate ajjo irate LleKeysionewatciiCiiiDCo Bali C9oi It Gr t ji th6Ir adVerlisemcnts 004 WAWOT ST P1IIUDA FA Agents Wasted Ajix Watch InsuUtor 100 A Ci Cva BallSIin pTfccttrotctlan f pTle CJ ffwtat magnttra y fWrmfrr t - vStimnSf lwwj Dont be caught by that cheap bait and clap trap AT l a 4T U Liae Sleeping Cars P Chair Can Ne r First Cliss Class Coaches and BaKaraCirb -FalIra a L St I IC nBat if M r n tfem EfaB C rtUitcigekrtwnCimiau--uo-- iow tioa J - There are deal Elogant Reclining Chair Cars f m imriis Cincinnati and Peoria HI I C I St L C bJ I K W Reort I is 32 5 SALT -- - HOUSE KY Are aYon a Man or a Mouse are man If iudement Dnnt you use cood Commodious Reclining Chair Cars Feeri lib aid Esshk ka LOUISVILLE We wont talk The Largest and Finest Hotel in and convince much yoaBa the city SHOES - COME 4i but ND SEE US L Wt - C I SL 4 C awl T P TTR -- At Chicago St Letli tad Feorls tkv ni I meiusia conntrllons are m wrfi xu ana from the aort wnt West awl I recj Bctrti tad Saggsfi theli tt alt Itisafd h -- an be obtained at an- - Ticket PCice C T St L IcouponT- CRalsoviat-isliacat Offices thrnoehni r the rr inrrv via an muuji I w -t- Rates25o to 4 Per Day that k for us 32 trgI i yUr B00TS and Respectfun JOHN mn ECANGea-lS-ra4TtiS- ccs-ay-- 100000 Founds WOOL WAITED the President fuck The Value of Sorghum for Feed J B Duffy of Post Oak writing to the Jacksboro Gazette says that with ten acres planted either in sorghum or Johnson grass ho can winter 100 head of cattle with absolutely no loss The latter is objected to on the ground that it Is too hard to cut but years of experience teaches that In one hour enough can be cut to feod 100 head of cattle for ono day Ho altera careful tat finds sorghum to bo a positive preventive of threo of tho most fatal cattle diseases L o tho so called raur rain inflammation of tho stomnch and hollow stomach He also finds that saltpeter and epsom soUs aro an al Â¬ most certain cure for tho so calloJ Texas fever He also claims that black leg can be prevented by plac Â¬ ing extra fat calves on such rations x will tend to reduce their surplus lafc Te-aS Journal -L According to rooms Turkish and Russian Baths in Hotel 3231 JACK FREEMAIff 3 FlR3T J- - SoJM 6oM W kkp MldK M WW TM J m UMt world P I iCWSSl Wit 1 lUg I xS9sSg rrf J IP LJ Strbet Ricinmvr Kv C1j in tl iinUmf Cat wt Ik f 7 qjfciffiffE HARRISON D MILLER 100 IRVINE STREET Next Door to Post Office Furniture Kepairing AND Done Promptly CARPETS LAID IN FINE STYLE Gjve bim a Call 24 McKeeTraynor Kentueky Ifcicl mond T fecyy r V i xi ii ran of T- M SS 33Ktog Sample - Om - ar k lm - ca eC ft 9bmM uK rU at c lT --a if iaer r H nampie -i ww Jtt Uaaon s Co-- --Sax 2T 28 ia -on- --7- ut s lad - fti W - k M -M j Ji- - rS -T- fft t- Matt- - UPHOLSTERINGm SULLIUS by y - llfiiuib HfU EPx PAHI FIB itPIl 1 lilt ICE COLD IGW i Mccarty Oas PlumDlnff aal Stoaa Sittlaj JOHKT IVIIIn dam Gilla wiMstfBirsggcBas ILJjT TlWTbTnyMick8Ramt BC J i 3ly wagon wtn Hener part of ihe Ky every mortrt- - -a--tiC 3 T Dyke Greeerv 49 52 JOHN E- - PYKSS Pump Repairing a Specialty All kinds of pumps kept at Gas Works Richmond Leave orders at Bonanza MH2r W G Whites Drug Store Carpenters Worfc I am prepared -- w 48 s um I I lZ7k vrKB 4 CopperboUom ssotoia- - Also estteMtes EtoHee H 41 4 32- -