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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 9 X iww vuJgfr- - rj- - Q Sa3s--- S II Sl uiySSzJ J vLsjJXLi W 111- - Tl T II nD YOLTJME H RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY JUNE 12 1889 num 52 PROFESSIONAL CARDS DR A WILKES SMITH Practice Limited to Office hours Dress the Hair With Ayers Ilair Vigor Its cleanli ness beneficial effects on the scalp anil lasting perlumo commend it for uni Â¬ versal toilet use It keeps tho hair soft and silken preserves its color prevents it from falling and if the hair lias become weak or thin promotes a new growth To restore tho original color of my hair which had turned prematurely gray I u 1 Aj ers llair Vigor with en tire euoCtise I cheerfully testify to the Â¬ A BIRTHDAY Dentistry OFFICE Smith Building Main Street 900 to 1200 M 100 to junei2 tf 400 P M J C MORGAN DDS BaTOFFICE Mam street over Mndi joii National Bank Richmond Ky june22tf W CREED jroiesi joii DDS JUUKSV1LLE KY OHice at Finnell Residence Ever thins pertaining to the le 47 DR J M POYNTZ AND BURGEON Second Mrpt in RVbites Drug Store june22if PHYSICIAN OFFICE ni LG W EVANS AND MD BURGEON iYSICIAN llr22tf fHHE Second street of this preparation Mrs P H David son Alexandria La I was afflicted some three years with scalp disease My hair was falling out and wliat remained turned gray I was imlBced to try Ayers Hair Vicor and in a few weeks the diseaso in my scalp disappeared ami my hair resumed its original color file v S S Sims Pastor U B Church St Bernice Ind A few years ajo I suffered the entiro loss of my hair from the effects of tetter hoped that after a time nature would I repair the loss hut I waitod in vain Many remedies were suggested none however with such proof of merit as Ayers Hair Vigor and I bean to uso It The result was all I could have desired A growth of hair soon came out all over my bead and grew to be as soft and heavy as I ever had and of a natural color antf firmly set 3 H Pratt Spofford Texas Efficacy pR I T J TAYLOR Ayers Hair Vigor Dr Itciiiniier in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY iTICE Second streetover Dvkes er Mire juneJt J r KErAKED C Ayer Bold by DrussUU ET Co Lowell Mast nd 1erf uoiert 43 11 JOHN M FOSTER euw lie WHOLE SOLED HUM l jct MAIN STREET Door lo Luxont Up Stairs t or Main Hint lalen reek 2tr Wallace Slioes in k Rice Hats have received PHIL ROBERTS It rs liis professional services to the The extensive dealers in Ice in drug More on iouer Main et Richmond Ivy jiilj27 ly Ms Firaisi Goods Ky T SEXSMITH M D fSKlAN AND SURGEON WHITE HALL KY I pro esional at No 104 West Main Street to the Richmond 17 services au iyr their F CORNELISON L7H OXD - KENTUCKY Spring and Summer Stock and it is much larger than they But Iiave ever before handled their prices are no larger than before They have Â¬ Practicing Physician prTeKum services lo tile 29- - S I M LETCHER janly MCI AN AND SURGEON BlHMOND KENTUCKY 111 Smith Uuiiding on Main Every Grade and Variety OF S SHOES W BRIGHT M D BOOTS could wish Their that the public f in mg ou c SICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND ICY iu Smith Building on Main hemuwl examinations of line of GENTLEMENS j attention given to Microscop- mil fluid of the human body flf HIGH GUT LACED CALF SKIN SHOES is especially full The same in Congress and Buttons Also Goat Both and Kangaroo C S HOLTON Iithic Physician and Surgeon Richmond Kektuckv Briehta Hours Ss to oier D M n i il too lo i M in iecil altenllon itjn difceaseofce t women auU all dim ellse a in om 11 e- - Uremic caw bsTJ address Patients trexted at a and llomeoimtliic medicines Kent to iiiayK Iy TT -- thi DP-- -T - RTRSON j The new and popular Ooze Calf with Tanfox e Surgery Practitioner in Me 50 RED HOUSE KY LADIES3 SHOES THEY HAVEArTTETAy E T Btm 1 tot Aivr RICHMOND KENTUCKY ur- AR OFFK E with C F june23tt lain on First Street ttcrney at Law J A SULLIVAN W iTBestMarkets Afford Medium and Common Sense heels in Oxford Tics Low Buttons Newport Ties and Brazon Adonis Buckles French lttoiiiey at Iaw KENTUCKY RI HMOND 1 IN HATS THEY HAVE THE lriiier UTI Uiilr C tcctiHied 1irr tlrpet kiimp as bv Countv Judce cl6 Knox Stetson Marwiclc and ly S POWELL Austin Drew both hard and soft A Fou Line of KLttorney Office on Second RICHMOND atKYLaw 22 Street juiie tf Furnishing Goods attorney at Law RICHMOND KY Odue corner Main and First streets p Mwrs over Ramseva 1- W S MOBERLEY including Monarch Shirts E Wc and Coon Collars and Cuffs NECKWEAR IN PROFUSION Gloves in reat variety An as sortment of Silk and Linen Handkerchiefs Â¬ Â¬ KeWtand Original Designs Hosiery of Every Grade OF ARTISTIC UMBRELLAS in silk and other goods wijh assorted handles rjNUWIENTS -- Elegant line of Shirt Jewelry 41 40 iranite and Marble wd ftetEk -- AMEE5 HhT CHICKEN Cholera Cure I t- wy p - m TTT 1 I WiKiaBul D PMCES AND C01TSISTE2TT n Ket otst i riaps mid Informa- lefore ordering any Btyle of work SON Importers M ADAMS have the largtst trade in uemrai icy and guarantee uisn wi rr of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ era It is more fatal to chickens than all other diseases combined But the discovery of a remedy that positively rvixs Vhas been made and to be convinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for one hundred chickens It is guaranteed- Iiratter using trro thirds of a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken Cholera return it to the undersigned and your monev will be refunded Â¬ Thousands JjExjnciton nv 10 18 STOCKTON BROOKS Wlisc rrof Mix Mhller Codttder the Only Knowloilgo tVorth Hating Tho discovery by a Philadelphia A man who knows his language7 arid manufacturer of a now method of heat ali that is implied by it stands on a generation promises if promises aro foundation of ages He feels tho past to be trusted to somo day supplnnt under his feet and feels at home in the all plans now employed carbonaceous world of thought a loyal citizen of the Roso seented gates that an the breath of June vaporous electrical and gaseous Tho oldest and widest republic It is this The north winds bitter blast discovery was mode two or three years historical knowledge of languago and With many voices do they sing the tnne Of life thats post ago and fivo patents have already been not of language only but of every thing taken out It has only recently how- Â¬ that has been handed down to us by an And could they toll ns of the years to coae Would it be better sot ever come to tho notice of scientific uninterrupted tradition from father to Bat bayt the Book Is sealed their lips are men and within tho last fetf days Lorlii son it ts that kind of knowledge which dumb Blodget General Hazen and Colongt I hold that out1 universities and schools We may not know William Ludlow of tho United States should strive to maintain It is the I can but wish you what ts good and great Engineor Corpshave inspected the sys- Â¬ historical spirit with which they should True hoarted till the end Jfor ever daunted by an adverse fato tem and declare it to bo eminently try to inspire every new generation Nor lacking friend practical Tho principle is tho con- Â¬ As wo trace tho course of a mighty And If It be that you mast triad alone version of air into fuol Coal is cm river back from valley to valley as we The long and empty years ployed as a kindlor but tho actual mark its tributaries and watch its Wear still rosemary for the past youve known consumption of codl per day it is meandering3 till we reach its source With hopes Hot fears claimed will be less than five pounds or at all events the watershed from Chambers Jonrnal lor the largest domestic furnace Not which its sources spring in tho same only will these new stoves bo valuable mannor the historical school has to THE HAUNTED MANSION for houso wnrming purposes but their traco every current of human knowl Â¬ capacity of 5000 dogrees or blowpipe edge from century to century back to Why I Am as Skeptical Concern heat will render them useful in fur- Â¬ its fountain head if that is possible or Ing Ghosts as Ever naces or smelting works wero iron at all events as near to it as the glass stool and even crystallino can bo remaining records of the past will al- Â¬ readily melted in a few moments from low Tho truo interest of all knowl- Â¬ In the fall of 1852 says an acquaintthe time the fire is started and at a edge lies in its growth The very ance to whom we arc indebted for the minimum cost Tho domestic furnaces mistakes of tho past form tho solid present singular story I was spending are brick walled and conduct hot air ground on which the truer knowledge a few weeks in the City of New Orleans to various parts of tho houso through of tho present is founded Would a One evening while In company with flues in much tho samo manner as the mathematician bo a mathematician some friends ladies and gentlomen ordinary furnace who had not studied his Euclid the conversation turned upon ghosts Tho plant employed for this heat Would an astronomer bo an as-Â¬ hobgoblins evil spirits haunted generation has much tho appearance tronomer who did not know the houses and the like and being n great of an ordinary old fashioned stove It Ptolemaic system of astronomy and skeptic in all such matters I freely ex is four feet six inches high and thirty had not worked his way through pressed myself to that effect saying in diamoter Two square draught its errors to tho truer views of Co- Â¬ that I believed all ghosts to be mere doors open from tho side of tho drum fancies of timid visionaries and the pernicus Would a philosopher bo a and by these the amount of hoat is philosopher who had never grappled nocturnal disturbers of haunted houses regulated An eight inch stovepipe with Plato and Aristotle to exist only in tho fovcrod imaginaWould a protrudes from the rear the purposo lawyer be a lawyer who had never tions of ignorant credulous fools of which is to convoy cold air Into tho heard of Roman law There were none present who had There is but furnace instead of convoying tho hot one key to tho present that is tho actually seen a ghost themselves TVe air out as in common stoves In place past There is but ono way to under Â¬ though a number of them had seen a of tho ordinary firo grato there is a stand tho continuous growth of tho number of persons who had and as combined grato and fircpot of peculiar human mind and to gain a firm grasp for haunted houses no one was pro construction This device consists of a of what it has achieved in any depart- Â¬ pared to speak from actual experience circular row of grate bars placod at a ment of knowledge that is to watch though a few of such reputed places distance of eight inches abovo tho main its historical development were known to the excited believers No doubt pot which contains tho greater part of It will bo said there is no timo for all Well said I rather boastfully tho f ueL Tho superficial area of those this in tho hurry and flurry of our mod- Â¬ if there is such a thing as a haunted upper bars is considerably greater in ern life There are so many things to house in tho universe haunted by oxtcnt than that of the lower grate so learn that students must be satisfied spirit devils and not man devils I that while the passage of the air with results without troubling them should like nothing better than to pass through the main mass of the fuel is solvos how these results wero obtained a night in one somewhat retarded tho currents that by tho labors of those who camo before Would you dare to do it inquired pass through the upper bars meeting us This really would mean that our a very pretty young lady fixing her with less resistance travel with much modern teaching must confine itself to large black cyos upon mo with an ex- Â¬ greater rapidity In this way two tho surface and keep aloof from what pression that I thought implied some separato currents of heated air are lies beneatlu Knowledge must bo what doubt of my courage produced ono of which enormously is called cut and dry if it is to prove Try mo and soo I replied with a exceeds the other in volocity serviceable in tho open market My dignified bow About fifty pounds of coal either experience Is the vory opposite Good faith then wo will rejoined Tho bituminous authracito or mixed are knowledge which is ac- Â¬ an excited gentleman as ho seized mo placed in tho grato and a layor of quired from tho study of manuals or by tho button There is a splendid WE ARE AGENTS FOR THE kindling wood placed upon tho top from so called crammers Is very apt to mansion some two or three miles The lower draught door being opened share tho fate of cut flowers It makes above tho city which is iast going to tho fire is lightod from above and ig- Â¬ a brilliant show for one evening but decay iu the midst of a beautiful nited by tho suction blast burns down- Â¬ it fades and leavos nothing behind orange grove because no one cares to wards Two currents arc immediately Tho only knowledge worth having live in it Come to put your boast Â¬ generated of which tho outside cur-Â¬ and which lasts us for lifo must not bo ing to tho tost I will wager you a rent that passing through tho upper cut and dry but on tho contrary it champagne supper that you daro not grate bars travels many timos faster should be living and growing knowl- Â¬ pass tho night there alone from sun ABUSE OF ANTIPYRIN than tho central current which has to edge knowledge of which wo know tho to sun forco its way through tho mass of fuel beginning the middle and tho end The Xoir Medlclno IIa Already Started a I tnko tho bet returned I prompt- Â¬ Yica of Its Own For the spaco of a few seconds tho or knowledge of which wo can produce ly for the least hesitation then would The new coal tar product antipyrin dinary products of combustion pass tho title deeds whenever they are have brought upon mo a storm of through tho stovepipe into tho chim- Â¬ called for Prof Max Mullet- - in Fort- Â¬ has already started a vice of its own Now what night shall wo ridicule This singular compound wa3 discov- Â¬ ney flue In a moment howevor nightly Review namo for the vejiture and how shall ered by a German chemist and on ac-Â¬ thore is tho sound of a mighty rushing I obtain entrance into the building THE DfcATHS HEAD MOTH count of its remarkable qualities is now wind tho outward draught is reversed I will let you chooso your own It has the power An Ominous Looking Insect irlth an In Â¬ used the world over and tho air and smoke are driven down night answered tho other and as teresting IlKtory of reducing the temperature of tho the flue with a violent motion At tho the doors of tho mansion are always A short timo before tho outbreak of body by several degrees and so is of samo time the suction blast from the standing unlocked and frequently up into tho com- Â¬ the French revolution thore appeared vast utility in treating fevers and fe-Â¬ draught door rushes open you can enter any time without bustion chamber The double current in Europe a large moth bearing on tho verish stages of many diseases It does let or hindrance movement has caused the central part back of its thorax a hideous deaths its work by depressing the action of If not too soon for your purpose I of the chamber to bo many degrees head It had been imported into Eu- Â¬ the heart and generally when em- Â¬ will namo to morrow night for tho ployed by physicians it i3 accompa- Â¬ First Street Oldest Clothing House in Richmond cooler than its other parts and thus rope with its native plant tho potato great trial of my nerves by super It was not long before it was found nied with digitalis tb neutralise its in- Â¬ produced a vacuum The meeting of natural agency But I give fair warn Â¬ ing to all whom it may concern I the two new currents produces within that this ominous looking insect de- Â¬ fluence in the latter regard Women tho chamber a violent rotary cyclonic stroyed and devastated tho hives of use it partly because It Is a sedative added slightly compressing my lips motion on tho samo general principle bees feeding on tho honey it plun Â¬ and partly because it makes the com- Â¬ J anpiHn in thy tone ui stern de-flisu-As-FSA- n vbwU It swooped down in plexion beautifully clear fnd pale roar- Â¬ dered from them cyclone termination which always shows tho andchaln inrinffand clattering as the atmosphericwithin tho Tho is tho dead of night making havoc of tho by keeping tho blood away from stovo ing of tho wind individual to bo in serious earnest down tho stairs Then I htSjl Tho heard easily at a distance of twonty hive and resistance was in vain as tho surface Of tho body that I shall go well armed and be and excited voices speaking grows like all others less than two minutes tho stings of tho bees could not pene habit i likely to try the effect ot a few leaden a rush of several feet and a noiso of a trate the soft downy covering of tho upon tho person who practices balls upon whatever object either of number of persons running across tho from the tlmo of ignition t1ffdarulra534 it It does harm however from the become rod hot this world or tho other shall venture grounds outside Tho owfi3FS8ijL Iea Taous first With women who are weak it Tho heat is constantly to disturb my peaceful tranquility increases thoir weakness with thoso I stood my ground and kept my but is readily regulated bycumulative means to prevent the onsltttrfi pj the partial And if you d shoot a ghost osilioa toward heart watch till morning but was not dis- Â¬ opening or closing of tho draught tcrriblo enemy but all in vain and at laughed one of tho most skeptical of turbed again A little before sunrise 3 tho last tho bees solved the problem thom disease of any sort After wood and coal havo tho ladies pray bring it off and have my friends appeared anxious to know doors solvos tendency to a terrible oxtent BVskiSS served as kindlers to tho condensed air it stuffed for future exhibition Thoy built a wall of wax with loop- Â¬ those results antipyrin exerts a pecul how I had passed tho night They By my faith I believe such things were surprised to find several pieces thoy are practically unconsumed Tho holes in it sufficiently largo to allow iar influence upon the blood which is vi f 4lifeff to bright ini aro all stuff I rejoined in a merry of silk lace and other valuable goods upper layer is heated oven aduring thoÂ¬ themselves to pass but not largo not yet thoroughly understood by the candescence but not ETSbs mood 1 de- Â¬ enough to admit thoir enemy faculty It seems to undergo soma scattered over the main apartment of Well matters being all scttledfor the lower story On my giving them longest period of cyclonic action is the In appearanco tho deaths head composition or breaking down when coal turned to ashes although tho fur Â¬ the subsequent trying of my nerves a narration of tho facts we nil came moth is largo and dark colored with absorbed by tho system developing SING and tho shaking of my skepticism 1 to tho conclusion the house hod been nace becomes so hot as to melt glass yellow markings and measures about unknown compounds which either at Â¬ and iron within threo minutes tho car took leave of the company at a sea- Â¬ mado the rendezvous of thieves tip to tip of its ex Â¬ tack the blood itself or elso powerfully bon which kindles it remains intact live inches from sonable hour repaired to my hotel who had previously prepared them- Â¬ Tho volatile constituents of the coal tended wings On tho thorax or mid Â¬ influence the nerves andgauglia which and slept soundly till morning dle portion of tho body are palo mark Â¬ control the vital functions Amorican selves to work upon the superstitious 38 29 Tho next day I provided myself with fears of any strangers they might aro wasted in some degree but it has ings representing a hideous deaths Analyst two brace of pistols a couple of chance to encounter and that having been demonstrated that after threo or head honco tho namo of the insect shcath knlvos a bottle of brandy and heard my fall they had dressed ono of four hours of intense heat its weight Tho caterpillar is greonish yellow a basket ot provisions and in tho aft Â¬ their number In a ghostly garb and will have decreased no more than five with black spots on tho back and cross Grass Seed Counted ernoon accompanied by tho gentle Â¬ sent him over the houso to make a per cent In addition to economy it is claimed lines of blue and white It is our The Illinois Experiment Station has man with whom 1 had laid the wager search My two shots had unquestion- Â¬ is for in excess common potato worm determined by actual count the num- Â¬ and two others I rode out to the haunt- Â¬ ably convinced him and his compan- Â¬ that the heat created One of tho strange characteristics of of that which may bo measured by tho ber of seeds por pound for fifteen vaed mansion to make a roconnotssanco ions that sudden leg bail was their best carbonaceous fuel this peculiar moth is a plaintive rieties of grasses In one pound ot in force When it was first pointed security and they had taken it accord- Â¬ consumption of Xj3E27TT3XrC3-aOJa-- y squeaking sound which it omits the top there aro 4136000 seeds blue This would establish as indisputable out to mo looming up grandly beauti- Â¬ ingly manner of its production having as red timothy 1421000 grass 2185000 tho fact that tho atmosphere itself is ful from amid a delightful orange yet no satisfactory explanation Wo all had a hearty laugh over tho orchard grass 457000 tall meadow grove I believed my companions wero fright of the apparition whom I stout- Â¬ capable of yielding heat in proportion Â¬ On account of tho piratical markings 863 jesting not thinking it possible that so ly declared was mora scared than I enormously greator than any combusti- Â¬ on its thorax it has always been reÂ¬ oat grass 155000 white clover mam- Â¬ iV 000 crimson trefoil 152000 ble substance now known Philadellovely a place had been abandoned for was We also found out who had been garded with superstitious dislike and moth red clovor 364000 common red OF what appeared to mo so trifling a cause robbed that night and restored somo phia Letter aversion as superstitious spirit deviltries Rid Â¬ of tho missing goods through tho In Mauritius a superstition prevails clovor 333000 alslko 677000 and Foreign Dress Fabrics and High Novelties for Spring x PreiWont Cleveland In 1886 that it sheds a dust from its wings that alfalfa 243000 ing past it some little distance we left police Whether my adventure ex- Â¬ Wear French Challies in Oriental and Hand PaintTg Warren a Wyo Â¬ causes immediate blindness if it falls the carriage entered tho grounds on plained away all tho ghosts of that romovtii ranois signs Choice Shades in Henrietta Clothe with V A speaker before a farmers Insti Â¬ Â¬ upon a person For this reason whon tute in Massachusetts tho other day foot and approached the building haunted mansion I am not prepared to ming cattlo king from the Governor descent and Persian Trimmings through an avenue of trees There say but certain it is I maintained my ship of that Territory because ho was ono of tho moths enters a habitation a argued that farming had more bright an offender against tho law prohibit Â¬ sceno of consternation ensues was an air of desertion and desolation argument against their appearance sides than any other business if the about the premises that I confess sent ato a champagne supper at my friends ing the fencing in of tho public lands Â¬ Tho chrysalis is quito interesting farmer only know it Unfortunately very first expense and became quite a hero for President Harrison has ju3t reapsomewhat resembling a jug in its a chill through mc at the Brochet Stripe and Side Band Effects Mohair and Wool pointed Warren Ho is one of tho shape Tho long handle is commonly tho farmer didnt always know it Then Could there possibly bo any truth in my exploit N Y Ledger Goods in Endless Variety Do you hear ho used this illustration millionaires who wore hoavy supposed to be the tail of tho insect cattlo the strange report concerning its un- Â¬ contributors to Quays campaign but it is in reality the tongue case that delightful music said a traveler Pshaw what non- Â¬ tenants natural The spring elections In St chest Vo presumo he will tako his This latter organ tho tongue is of to his comrade as ho heard the soft sense The structure itself was large No was the baying of a hound Kansas reappointment as authority to fence Brocade Silks The very best Black Silk ever made into A Louis Chicago Cincinnati roomy and grand with marble step3 extraordinary length to enablo it to reply that devilish dog makes such City and other Western municipali Â¬ in all creation Pittsburgh Post fluted columns tesselated floors and reach after tho honey in flowers hav Â¬ racket I cant hear any thing party ma- Â¬ swept over tho stono stairs The doors wero open ties have a cyclone leaving only the You may sing of the beauty of springtime ing a deep corolla A Madagascar o chines liko Lupins Celebrated Henrietta Cloths Armure Drap de Aim Mexico California and the whole house empty dusty and That glows on the cheek of the young species has a tongue nino and one most dilapidated wrecks of lioaslsm and Whip Cords Lupins Plain and Striped Nans ViS decaying a fit abode for painful and fourth inches in length The Semi Monthly Excursions of the behind When the people aro awake But I sing of a beauty thats rarer Tho chrysalis is frequently found In Queen Crescent Route still continue and Mohair Draping Nets Chantilly Laces gloomy contemplation any of which you have sung Than bosses genorally havo uso for digging in tho ground where potatoes to be a popular feature of this line We explored every portion above tho and GreniS- itheir cyclone pits St Louis Post The beauty thats seen in the faces havo been planted ground but did not descend into tho Dispatch These excursions are equipped with Of Women whose summer is oer Making cellars tho doors of which were locked Tourist Bleeping Cars and families autumn like beauty that charms us Trustocracy Is a brand new The Remarkable Cares a fact that struck me as somewhat name for tho kind of government we The more than the beauty of yore going to their new homes find this a Far singular When my friends got ready Which have been effected by Hoods are now living under But ns Jamos But this beauty is seen too rarely Barsaparilla are sufficient proof that comfortable route and the cost of a to depart I told them they might leave G berth in these sleepers is but nominal Blaine who says that the trusts me thore that Heaven and the Other aro matters with which the Govern Â¬ The faces of most women lose the this medicine does possess peculiar they are supplied IG 45 52 with Matresues Pil Â¬ Place permitting I should spend tho ment has nothing to do has been beauty of youth too soon Female dis curative power In the severest cases but one lows night under that roof and that if given its highest position by the now orders are like frosts come to nip the of scrofula or salt rheum when other change Blankets and Sheets Is necessary and that et New they felt any interest in my fate they Administration we see llttlo hope for flowers which betoken good health preparations bad been powerless the fto1 HwlnrUaeblnc r ansa might come for me tho noxt morning relief within tho next four years at without which there can be no real use of Hoods Sarsaparilla has brought Orleans In the mornlog To tlie pleas-Â¬ a nv ky trad ure seeker the delights ofatilp over 9ft1J I 5 3 J our American women They all shook hands beauty at sunrise If cms Ga Journal least Atlanta about the happiest results The case this route is ail that can be desired by tam wt win Mad rrce t mm with mo confessed they did not onvy UIMCa lOCABtrJLMTCfy Bast what they want and Thorndyko Rico to Russia is would fortify themselves against the of Miss Sarah C Whittier of the connolseurof scenic effect This fcm a mo my nights lodging and possible tttaiNKt3wlU an ihm atficfcra ts Ho is a man of personal ac- approach of the terrible disorders so Lowell Mass who suffered terribly route is through the Blue Grass Region a caaaptota wui too Ma4Xr and went away with not fit entertainment DEPARTMENT ni e are Baaaf mmr cacti aad vaiaaaiaarf complishments and much money prevalent among them by using Dr from scrofulous sores that of Charles MBrplaa laratszawaaaktBatya much lighter spirits than I felt at see Â¬ whose fad has been a literary con Â¬ Pierces Favorite Prescription their A Roberts of East Wilson N Y of Kentucky over the famous High nr what wa atnd to ifeaaa wfca ete outfit and know we ing them take their leave Bridge spanning the Kentucky River WLS lam VP uatfffc auycaii aiyaar eaaqaagjB nection to which end ao popularized good looks would be retained to a macnasaaiNit botpm jiwtwn 1 consilt your own I shall briefly pass over the first part and degraded a proialnent review sweet old age This remedy Is a who had thirteen accesses on his face along the shore of the Emory River in Â¬ mada afur Ua Slum Â¬ and neck that of Willie Duff of Round the base of Lookout Mountain of the night because nothing remark which he caused to Jl mt ftiiTWym Ucfc aT ns oat bfcca pataau guaranteed cure for all the distressing Waipole Mass who bad hip disease ning call aid 58 for serfe the party raaoattttaldtw03wAtha aaSa able then occurred I had selected a as much as possible Ho ran for Irrueaaeatt aa4 sawngat Jbr through the cotton fields of Alabama derangements peculiar u te tfcr warid front roomia the second story for my Congress la a boodle campaign Ho weaknesses and and scrofula so bad that physicians and Mississippi to New Orleans where VPKvitft IUMJ-C-- ft 8AV sasuaxraBnax A3 l 9f capttai mama nam to women Â¬ watch and pistol In hand had sta Is not an Integral part of publlo life said he could not recover are a few of connection is made with the cverland I fciaf terttmeUou Kin raa wbawTUaaaaaaSanaacaaaa Ua acwtoMucaioa I to wartd mm tKa tioned myself by one of the windows and his elevation to such a place as an Dr Pierces Pellets one a dose the many instances In which wonder Â¬ express For further Information ad- - vm free fc Wt JffvX wnw wvr hirm w tttn r arwacw a 740 An jpiafia ACfctoC VKVE CO make my exit to the this Is in the nature of a surprise whence I could Cure headache couhtlpation aod Ulges- - ful cures were effected by this medi Â¬ dresa D G Edwasds G Vj T A i 27 26 ground below in case of dlro necessity Indlanaoollfl Newu Rod 52 8 42- I Uon cine Hi from the nnder trorld tbey come Bffaio Dim forms of Ynihed years And some rose garlnded nor known of pain Some palo with tears The golden summers of cone girlhoods days When all the world was young The glittering staigleam the bedizened sprsrt Where hoar frost dung Â¬ Â¬ J without any serious rislc Here I wlt hcescd the night gradually shut la the scene and felt tho first lonliness ot the solemn hoavy hours as they dragged on toward tho mid watches Occasionally I took a bite from my hasket and a sip from the bottle more for tho purpose of having some Â¬ thing to do than because I felt the need of food or stimulants It was very tedious keeping watch thore all alone In tho dark in an empty build- Â¬ ing afar from tho sound or reach of human voice and I almost began td wish for a ghost of some kind to break tho dull dreary gloomy monotony At last somewhere about midnight I judge I begau to grow very drowsy and as keoping awakcvas no part bf toy agreement dr wugOr I sat down on the floor a la Turk braced my back against the wall and soon began to nod and dream and finally lost myself in sleep How long I slept I do not know but in my sleep none of tho soundest I fancied I heard human voices speak Â¬ ing in low guarded steady monoto- Â¬ nous tones that caxno to tho ear like the distant fall of water yet when I awoke which I did by losing my bal- Â¬ ance and coming down with a shock and a jar tho sound of tho voices seemed suddenly to cease Was it fancy a dream or had I heard some one or more persons speaking Not being in the least bewildered at suddenly awaking and finding mysolf in my novel situation but remomber Ing all that had gone bofore and why I was there I now lay still and listened keoping my eyes wide open prepared to hear and see whatever sound and sight might bo presented to tho two senses and act accordingly Presently I heard what seemed to be whispers and feet moving cautiously in the room below and I must admit I had some rather strange feelings and reflections What if after all there should be some truth in ghosts and haunted houses Another short silence succeeded the sounds I heard or fancied I heard and then suddenly bang bang bang went throe dlfforont doors in the story below followed by several groans and a noise as of some person walking heavily and dragging a chain along tho floor There was no mistake this timo and if I did start up rather quickly grasp two of my pistols very tightly and feel my hair rise and heart beat faster I think all things considered I neither felt nor exhibited any more fear than the bravest would have experienced and displayed under the circumstances The sounds of tho heavy footsteps and tho rattling drag of the chain still continued moving toward the stair- Â¬ case until it was reached and then ascending deliberately to tho second story a blue light seeming to precede the nocturnal walker and through tho open door steal Into tho room where I was Now for it thought I compress- Â¬ ing my lips and steadying my nerves with all the resolution at my com- Â¬ mand Tho sounds advanced the light grow brighter and with eyes half starting from my head I stood staring at tho open door prepared to behold some awful apparition Nearer and nearer sounded tho heavy steps and the rat- Â¬ tling chain and presently what seemed the form of a man enveloped in a white sheet and holding before him a small iron vessel burning a blue light appeared to my astonished gaze In Gods name cried I and then crack crack went both pistols in quick succession A yell of terror followed down wont ihelight and away went apparition NEW HEAT GENERATOR LESSONS OF ANTIQUITY Marvelous Dlsoorery Made by a ihiadcU pUla Manufacturer ry AFRICA KnthusIaitlcQTr th Travelers Who Are Charms or the Fair f el The explorer Von Frapcois wa3 en Â¬ gaged a while ago sketching an Afri- Â¬ can village Which was a littlo out of the common because all the houses were built on platforms vhich kepi them out of reach of high water when the river overflowed its banks While engaged with his sketch be says his attention was suddenly riveted by a Many Caucasian la black beauty dios he thinks could well envy this primitive maiden for her skill in the arts of coquetry as she poised her head now on this side now on that and paced daintily to and fro along the shore using her big black eyes all tho while to the best advantage One would hardly notice the fact he ssyif that sho was very scantily attired so woll was the lack of clothing supplied by elaborate and beautiful tattooing and long strings ot cowrie shells which she wore around her neck and body whllo a girdle encircled her waist Altogether ho thought sho was one of tho most picturesque and attractive objects ho had 6eon in Africa Several recent travolors havo spoken in quite complimentary and apprecia Â¬ tive language of some of tho ladles thoy have met In Africa Becker had not gone inland one hundred miles from Zanzibar before ho was express Â¬ ing his admiration for tho young and really pretty negressos and their at- Of course he had tractive forms plenty of opportunity to ob iorvo that their shoulders are round and ele Â¬ gant thoir arms aro exquisitely mold- Â¬ ed and their forms aro quite perfects Our brown beauties he adds wero not particularly shy but at tho some timo thoy wore quite reserved They would ask us timidly for permission to pas3 their hands over our skin whoso whiteness astonished them but they retired in good order whenever we of- Â¬ fered reciprocally to pat their shoul Â¬ ders or cheeks Another traveler who has just writ- ton a description of several African tribes thinks that tho poorest tasto in tho way of ornamont he has seen is among tho Bayansi women who wear brass rings around their neclcs weigh- Â¬ ing twonty five to thirty pounds Tho flesh under thoso rings he says is in many cases continually chafed and raw and for hours at a timo tho women support their rings on their hands in order to relieve tho pressure o upon their necks And yet no married woman would think that sho could exist without her neck ring and whon they aro asked if this orna paent is not a very uncomfortable thing to wear they always protend that they Brass Is money do not understand among the Bayansi and the men in having it forged in big lumps around the necks of their wives havo found a safe but rather cruel method of money keeping N Y Sun WOMEN IN well-to-dm m JUST ARRIVE OUR SECOND STOCK OE Clothing Hats Furnishing Goods AND TRUNKS FOR THE SPRING AND SUMMER ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN Suits Hats Underwear and Flannel Shirts Having bought late we can sell them at Much Less Than Former Prices have all sizes from the smallest boy to the largest man Call and see our line before you buy Mothers will find the Handsomest Line of opened in Richmond We have Shirt Waists in summer flannel chevoit percal etc See our elegant line of Childrens Suits and Shirt Waists ever HATS FOR MEN AND BOYS LARGEST MERCHANT TAILORE HOUSE in this country Large line of Samples from which we make SUITS TO ORDER and guarantee a fit at from lo up We are agents for a large Trunk and Valise House and can sell them at less than city prices Call and see our goods and prices before you buy at STOUFFERS togur Triand hj havinsaWS itasref We have the only on the market It is manuT OE Wood TaiSSr eSssss BRErlffEAB T BERKLEY wr SECOND GRAND DISP R PAEISNO VBLTY DRESS STthe ooiaAWHITS Dress 3aa i3ntdxa jsh3T j goods departm in j mtt alicant please will BERKLEY GUTH rW HRi9nrj fa DEPaRTMEHT nent we invite ces iSfMiM 1 wi MITCHELL CinoiiJnatlOl Hint X t 1 S l i t Our Republican neighbor the Winchester Sun says Gpl John Barrett has declined - Editor therRepublicin nomination for FRENCH TIPTQ State Treasurer and again the IHJMJSHEB EVEBY WXB ESDAT BT kState Convention has made a nas The Climax Printing Co ty flumux by nominating a candidate who would not except We Wji G Whits Ch s S Powsb tr used to laugh at I he Democrats for blundering around blindly but PRICE PBU YBAKf 150 the table has sadly turned and the Republican party has become WEDNESDAYJ UfiTE 12 1SS9 rediculous for stupid blundering K Jack Barret knew that there Jew York has would be a muddle Gov Hill and acted vetoed Hie hi gtiul cense bill To run a hard race accordingly be defeated and then be sent half Wood DmOhp the much talked around the world was more than of caiidUlIte lor State Treasurer the Colonel wanted - dBC just at presm- ie at larm e lie is wilun ent teatmbu rnal THE CLIMAX AVERAGE AMOUNT OF UVB STOCK AND AVERAOE SIZE OF CROPS DIED 10th ANNOUNCEMENTS -- Â¬ Horses 97 mules 93 cattle 94 hog S3 sheep 79 poultry 100 bees 100 corn 105 wheat 93 rye 95 barley S3 oats 105 sorghum 100 hemp 84 clover 97 graes 100 po- Â¬ tatoes 100 apples 100 peaches 100 pears 100 grapes 100 garden products 100 dairy produols 100 Â¬ Qf Â¬ PRESENT CONDITION Horses 100 mules 100 cattle hog 100 sheep 100 poultry bees 93 corn 100 wheat 85 67 barley 91 oatP 70 hemp clover 90 gras 80 potatoes apples 75 peaches 95 pears grapes 100 berries 100 garden ducts 100 dairy products 95 100 100 rye 70 100 100 pro Â¬ Very respectfully Ciias Y Wilson Commissioner of Agriculture The rainfall has been heavy all over the State and will cause much small grain to fall but improve all the other crops 1 jflHoitor W uiford Interior Journal has been indicted by the Laurel county grand jury at the instance of Judge Boyd for criminal libel his offense being the publication of a letter charging that the Judge had sup pressed indictments against Re publicans for election frauds P Walton of the The Lewis COLOK LINK IX POLITICS The Owl published at Lagrange the following about a very excellent gentleman Hon Evan Settle of Owen county will be a candidate for Speaker oftlte next Legislature awd it goes without saying that he is e well qualified to fill that im portant position as any gentleman who may be a member ltms I come to you with no excuse no apologies and no confession of disloyalty We know that we have espoused that cause of right and justice we know that we have not permmilted duty to 3I0XTULY CKOT KEPOItT country to wait upon expediency we know that we have not traffic Office of Commissioner of ed our principles for success Agriculture Horticulture Grovor Cleveland at The Young and Statistics Mens Democratic Clubs Banquet Frankfort Ky June 1 1880 New York I have John Young Brown has privately informed his friends that lie will fight to a finish for the Governorship Senator Harris Attorney General Ilarding and Judge John Allen Murray are all said to be probable candidates and it is quite likely that Judge Durham will at the proper time be brought into the fight by his many ardent friends from all parts of the Slate Anderson News Hon Mr Randall says that the next Congress will abolish the Internal Revenue Bureau thus carrying out the Republican platform and gmng the people cheaper whisky and tobacco while retaining the faxes on clothing blankets fuel and lumber Perhaps it is all right as tlie country suffered Quay Wanamaker and Dudley to bribe it to vote that way last fall but there is a hereafter and a red liot hereafter at that Louisville Times The Kentucky Fish and Game Association an organization with headquarters at Louisville has determined to make a strong effort t protect the Pish and Game of the Stale from unlawful destruction Among other things they propose to offer a reward of 20 lor tlie conviction of any and all persons guilty of using dynamite to destroy lieh This may do some good coupled with the fine prescribed by tlie law for the offense which may be any sum not exceeding 20 Â¬ Parsons to be United States District Attorney for the Middle and Northern district of Alabama Mr Parsons it will be remembered organized the White Mans party in Alabama the object of which was to exclude the negro from the ranks of the Republican party At the time the movement was started the color- Â¬ ed people especially the prominent negroes of the country entered a protest and did what they could to antagonize Parsons Now that the President has appointed him United States District Attorney the colored element are They say it of course displeased is an insult to them and an intimation from the White LTouse that they are no longer to be re- cognized Â¬ J President has appointed NEWS PARAGRAPHS An English sj ndicate representing many millions of dollars is endeavor- Â¬ ing to purchase a large number of dis- Â¬ tilleries in this State Â¬ Â¬ ScotlPearce was shot and killed from ambush near Jellico Wednesday by a man named McCarty The trouble arose over a horse McCarty hired from Pearce and refued to pay for McCar- Â¬ ty has been nrrested and at his examin- Â¬ ing trial was remanded to jail without bail Â¬ tlio person1 We At 5 oclock A M on Monday June wlioseare authorized to nnnonacefor the odlcts names arc found below at his residence on West Main Indicated subject to the action oi the Demo- Â¬ cratic party Street Dr J F Coraellson breathed his lost He had been sick for nearly STATE SENATE three weeks and during a large part of District composed of Madison Estill and Rockcoittle that time was momentarily expected to T BALLARD of llockcafctle county J die He had every attention possible but his disease Unfiled the skill of his FOR COUNTY CLERK phjslciaus An autopsy was held Mon- Â¬ LWJIILL day afternoon which revealed a com- Â¬ J F OLDHAM plication of dNeasrs Ciucer of the FOR JAILER spleen was probably the principal JOHN F WAGERS source of his trouble His remains JAMES C LACKEY were hurried In the cemetery yesterday SAMUEL BIUUBRSTAFF THOMAS S FKKRELL afternoon JOHN HILL AJBROADDUS There is more Catarrh in this section QEORUE W MATJPIN or the country than all other diseases FOR ASSESSOR put together and until the last few A J WriLLOUUHBY years was supposed to be incurable For a great many years Doctors pro- Â¬ WJ HARVEY CRTODOR nounced it a local disease and pre- Â¬ JOELTEMBRY by con- Â¬ scribed local remedies and CONWAY DOZIER stantly falling lo cure it with local D a RICE treatment pronounced it incurable FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT Science has proven Catarrh to be a J B HARRIS Constitution Disease therefore requires MRS A T MILLION Treatment Constitutional Halls Catarrh Cure manufactured by F J Cheney Co Toledo Ohio is the only Constitutional Cure on the market It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonlul It acts directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system They oflerOne Hundred Dollars for auy case it falls to cure Send for Circulars and Testimonials Saddle and THE BEST -- l MCE MACHISE EYER INVENTED I 01 J R IH H ID y i ft - bU -- St 0 03 K si nvinmssm XTZZft 13 35 L na - TCS I V NV iw2T f T v -I rrrviMrv-SSvor5 vlM iiMnEr iviiaka -- nnn rvr-r- - I p wi1 r M4- - UJ wuaw Z 1 - m - rs Zt -5SKJtt9JSKrrsr5f- j - ES - HnlNi -- El El u- - C3 B JT -- S ADDLES old and reliable Harness House of bo HARNESS AIJB GEAR G OT Â¬ Toledo Ohio 51 2 JSTSoId by Druggists 75c F J CHENEY The Â¬ The latest electrical wonder is that if No 26 Second Street next you run a needle into your foot you can Local Produce Markets Garnett House has a complete have it drawn out by putting yonr leg near a dynamo This says one of the CORRECTED WEEKLY BY COVINGTON stock of BRO GROCERS MAIN ARNOLD electrical journals happened to a man STREET RICHMOND KY Saddles Harness Bridles recently alter surgeon3 had sought in Richmond Ky June nth 1889 Spurs Horse yiin for the missing domestic Imple- Â¬ Beef Cattle Butcher- K3Mc Blankets Whips PICKETS Set up ihe machine post A In line with the fence you want to rtw Put the foot of DIPSCTI01T FOR SETTING UP PET TOSTS FENCE MACHINE the post A abiutftix inches in the ground unless the ground is very Bolt then it should go deeper Put up the braces Cand Done on each tMe of the post and fasten them by putting 1 long bolt ihiniigh about the third hole from the top of post A letting the feet stick in the ground Putin the levers E and fallen them in the poj t A with a looce pin Now you are ready to put on the wire Measure the distance from the first post B in the fence to tlie machine poet A aiul back 011 the lever K four or five feet cut oil n piece of wire double the length of thii distance and tie Ihe ends together fasten one end of the doubled wire t the fence post B anil put the other end through the machine post A above a pin and back under a pin in lever nnd back ahiuK the lever E at far as it will go nnd fftsten bv putting pin in lever in trout of wire Proceed the same way with all of the wires You can Increse the tension of the wires by sliding back the weights F under tlie levers Now you are ready lor the picket Put one picket in next to fence pustB and drive up with hammer then put on twisters and twist once twice or three times according to the size of space vou want between tlie slats and drive up another slat with hammer awl so u till you reaeli the eecoud fence post H Let one man get on the bottom lever E and stretch it as tight as it will bear while the man at the post H nails it fart Proceed Willi to the eecoud and third levers the same way then let all Ihe levels down to a level again by moving the small pin in the levers one hole forward and proceed as before mM1 irkl LJMiHB wv r VJi Vti mS kSZsA INTO TZZl t f First tec THE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS MY FENCE EXAMINE MACHINE SET UP FOR WORK WILL FIND THAT THIS MACHINE IS ITS MERITS AND YOU ment r very full reports from eighty three counties embracing the principal portion of the State The reports were dated from 20th to 2Sth of May In many of the counties at the date of these report p little rain had fallen dur fng March April and the early part of May The drought was broken from the 12th to the 1511 of May many sectmus having good rains ami the balance only partial showers On the 29th and 30lh inst theie seems to have been a very general rain and as a supplement to the report of regular corres pondents I telegraphed every section of the State in order to find out the condition and beg to add what I conceive to be a fair estimate as indicated by the information obtained Rain in sufficient quantities has fallen at Mays ville Mt Sterling Frankfort Louisville Owensboro Henderson Paducah Hopkiusvllle Horse Cave and Leba Â¬ non Tlie ground is now thoroughly wet aud the humidity of the atmosphere promises a lasting season From all the reports received we de-Â¬ duce the following facts Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter 1 50 I Chickens Eggs Tlie American merchantman Caro- Â¬ Wheat S3 line Miller was bombarded and chased Flour Corn per barrel by the Haytien Toussant Hay per too tbs Ouvreture April 18 and narrowly es- Â¬ Oats in sheaf per 100 lbs Lard caped being sunk Tallow Mis Jue Peters living near Bethel Beeswax Ky nearly lost her life through poison Feathers administered iu a cup of tea by a col Meal Oats per bushel ored girl whom she had raised Orchard Grass The Democrats of Lincoln county German Millet Timothy Seed have nominated Mr R C Warren to Clocr Seed represent them iu the lower branch of Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed the next Legislature During a funeral service over the re- Â¬ mains of a colored women at Nebo Ky Richard Green was shot aud killed by Henry Perkins mnn-of-w- Hogs Boots Curry 45Kc Toe Weights Combs Soaps 140150 15c Scrapers Oils and 752 ioc 20c 00 oo3 Sec co 2 so 75ioo 506o I2C 3Hc ioc 2O04O 1 Co7SC 405oc 75 everything else needed by persons who handle horses 1 When you get ready to nail the fence to the post after the pickets are woren In you can stretch the wire as tight as it can stand 2 The wire adjusts itself just as tight on the little end of a picket as on the large end enabling the fencer to use a pieketof any shape er else Saddles Manufactured to Order 3 All the wires can be drawn to the same degree of tension and kept so until the fence U permanently fastened to the posts and none but the best material 4 The twisters can be used in building in pickets while passing a fenee post as well as at any other poiut 5 The machine can he ued on a hill side or rocky ground and a fence can be built over rocka where no posts could be planted and used Gentlemens ladies 6 The machine builds the only good fence for dividing ponds kept in stock bovs Saddles 7 Two men can build more all wire fence with this machine in one day than six men can with any other and do it better Harness of every description 8 Tills is the only combined fence machine and fenre stretcher 9 Tlie fence can be moved from place to place after it is built and stretched perfectly tight trace Chains Haines Backhands J5ff The machiue is very simple there is nothing to cet out of order any one can understand it It is very btrong aud very eheap eaa be used by Bellybands Collars Collar Pads man alone I will take pleasure in exhibiting the machine iu opetalinn For further information call on or address Hamo Strings Plow Lines Blind Bridles Whips and other things used on the farm Â¬ uperior to All Others Becausei WC Q33C3L Hon John B Row lett has been nom- Â¬ inated by the Democrats to represent Hart county iu the next General As Â¬ sembly Survivors of the Conemaugh Valley disaster to the number oi 21000 have have already registered The number of lobt is now placed at 5000 by those whoa week ago estimated it at 10000 Up to date 1500 bodies have been le covered and the work goes steadily on tobacco Bonliug Green vicinity on the 30th fifty per cent of an average crop set with only ten per cent remaining to be set Clarksville district including the comities composing the same on the 29th twenty per cent set Owens boro district same day five percent Fulton or Purchase district twenty live per cent Mayfleld section thirty per cent Georgetown forty per cent Paducah district twenty five per cent Lexington district fifty ircr cent Pleasureville thirty per cent Horse Cave thirty per cent Majeville on the 31st sixty per cent Since then good rains have fallen all over the State and the percentage of setting will be materially increased Many hindrances conspire to warrant a material reduction of the crop from the product of 1SSS It is yet too early to give reliable data but w e hope to do so In our next report The reports from the Maysville and Bowling Green districts have been re ceived siuce the recent rains of the past two or three days Â¬ I p i The Lexington Press says John Young Brown has enterA car load of aged mules sold for 160 ed into training for the Gubernaper head Derby of 91 and further torial Good Iambs are4eUing in this coun- Â¬ adds that Lieut Gov Bryan of ty at 5 cents Covington has put himself into Ohe hands of his friends and says Thirty mule colts were sold in Mahe two ends of the State will be rion at 75 to 0750 pitfed against each other Of Phallas record 213 recently trotted r course the center of the State will a quarter iu 32 seconds in stud condiout no figure in the fight Oh tion 110 it never does If the icicle WHEAT A hundred yearling Bteers have been from Scott would only conclude curiy in me spnug tne wneat never bought in Marion county at 18 per to thaw out there would be such a deluge as never was seen siacc looked better but the continued head Noah and it is a fact that he may drought Hessian fly smut aud chiiich jr Bi Bruce t BSr frewiuTn bug all combined to materially injure roneent to do it mcoin 4JUSba averaiii 721 nnnnri it in western Kentucky the chinch oug is very palentvUin Centrala cr stfftfhtaLl It seems quite probable npw 53mif liorn IT ihiJBfcfifc f4 JMBrf wamwKjfuu ay L TtS Wheeler of Harrison county that Calvin S Brice will be elect aun mau- - sjxmn wWm are excri- - lias sold liWvrop of tobacco 6000 lbs ed Chairman of ieuf-cÂ¬ Â¬ Â¬ 39381 hhds Co The unusually large receipts and sales Â¬ for a week past have had no unfavorable effort on this market except as re- Â¬ who has been retired by age gards the common grades which have Secretary Blaine has secured the po- Â¬ Deen very irregular and somewhat sition of register of deeds iu the Dis- lower and on this class of tobacco we quota- Â¬ proper lo slightly trict of Columbia for bit brother Bob find it from a week ago lower good to tions The whoisjiowa 1200 clerk The new fine grades remain firm The recent weather conditions place pays f 6000 have been very favorable for putting out the new crop The brakemen on the Short Line di Â¬ and iu some sections the greater part of vision of the L and N struck Satur- Â¬ the intended crop has been put ou the We wish to announce lo the day for an increase of 25 cents atrip hill public that we have just opened The following quotations fairly repbut they were discharged and new resent our market ou Burley tobacco in the house next door to the Gar- Â¬ men put iu their places at once Trash Dark and damjged tobacco nett House on Second street a 250 to 400 According to reports from Klizabeth Colory Trash 400 lo700 fresh stock of the best brands of town Wm Showers whose young Common Lugs not colory 4 00 to wife committed suicide a few days ago 600 and FANCY Is now a raving maniac whose death is Colory Lugs 7 00 to 900 Common Leaf 700 to 12 CO expected at any time by his physicians Medium to good leaf 1300 to 1800 Select or wrappery leaf 18 00 to 2200 CONCERNING FARMERS Only experienced workmen employed If you want a Saddle you have 5o65 a hundred to select from ranging t 00 Red top seed from 4 upwards If you Sweet Potatoes 00 in price 75 Irish Potatoes 90c want a set of Harness yon have a 150 sets to select from ranging in price from S up Louisville Tobacco Market All prices of Plow Gear from By Ulov er Dnrrett Louisville Tobacco the cheapest to the best someWare House Sales on our market for the past thing entirely new in Curry Combs week jut closed amount to 2929 hhda The handsomest lot of lap Cloths with receipts for the same period 3160 ever brought to iuchmond 41- hhds Sales oil our market since January 1st amount to 55759 hhds Sales of the crop of 1888 to date amount to 1 Â¬ i5 2 25 FE2TOiT tt 3ElcIrm PALACE DRY GOODS STORE 62- -- We have just opened the largest and most desirable line of-- iDiRrsr John C Keltou succeeds Gen Drum aa adjutant general of the army Col Bail taault ETEW JEver opened in Richmond which we are going to sell at prices unheard of befoj Ladies are especially invited to call and inspect our goods qoods itotious ieto Â¬ FIRM NEW GOODS WE HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK We have the Newest and Latest Styles and Patterns and also the Lowest vv e nave a larae line oi PrJ p j III Y Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes also Mens and Boys Boots and Sb em 11 4ft 1 STAPLE that must go at what they will bring We have a Large Line of C9ofhing wl you we nave no room tor and we snail let it go at your own price ve a III H3 LIVE STOCK MARKET EEPORT By GREENE EMBRY Live Stock Commission Merchants nt Clucla nail Union btockYnnls aud Covington block Yards that can be had in the cities propose to sell We and hear prices for the goodj on Cincinnati Ohio June io SHIPPING CATTLE Good to Extra Fair to Good Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Good Oxen Pft5 mm zr 1SS9 f 4 00 3 3 3 3 85 Â¬ i 1 rtnhnoSrr 75l3r Reasonable Prices Jr0 a fair share Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen Best Shipping Best Bologna Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders 1 1 -- TTi at 1m common ana ttougn 2 253 2 7 BUTCHER CATTL a ti r J in j Uj 39 -Fa 3 joxirajcav oteers j 3 05a 3175 t Fair taGood Steers 1 cortft Goodtb Extra Cows 3 oo 3 25 iWe shall aim to secure Fair to Good Cows 2 50 2 75 75 - oo 50 4 4 3 3 3 10 CHEAP for CASH Come and see us and be convinced that we have a first class stock Â¬ Hat at one half cost at vffr CHAS 5 POWELL SEE OTJE itCHEAP TJLELl s K 1 and they will surprise you -- 7 mt 00 50 75 00 J NO 9 FIRST STREET r-r-- iaai1 yds tailiob w- Call and get you a i - MM -- TElVSCLOTniNG HOUSE - J JftEKD SMITH SMITH POWELL A D RUFF fc V- - gormleyiillUr SID0US 7mffn Y5 fc aa - j 75 00 75 2 25 1 -- SB - Com rTCJLe- - i met aM2 cents straght BULLS 2 2 3 2 50 of custom by square dealing and the handling of desirable goods DAVID CHENADLT 29 fire I liseranc jxv 1 iiirtgwgg We represent ten of the strongest Fire Insurance Companies in the world we represent the company that has the largest capital the lurcest paid up capital the largest assets the only company that pays its oses without discount aud does not agree in its policy to make you wait sixty days after a lire to get your money We write at the lowest rates given by any company then H nun B1RKESS CO con- Â¬ uur uraud Clearance Sale Paper was a perfeeteueeeL t Wall CORN The acreage in corn is 105 compared ADRUFEJ Zm V7 ip wA m -- t argument party can not - sentiment to OATS to try to prove The acreage in oats is larger thau no mistakes His I iion for Mr Oleve- - usual but being essentUIly a wet weather crop the drought seriously k s the chief reason afflicted it and like wheat on litvti with ordinary averages the planting was two weeks early than usual the stand was generally t atibfaetory It ia very stalky and of good color with the ground cleau of grass and splendidly cultivated if f thin rolling- soil id very inferior but Mr Leo T Thomas on level moist land Hi make a good bull T1IE SCHOOL TAX Lord CrethmereCraggs 86655 has crop only ia exceptionally dry sec madn the large gain of 615 pounds in g important decis- - tions me lass iweive montns and now weighs 2035 pounds 5jfev5gj5 cm rt of Appeals re- Will be below an average by reason mon Schools and W A Sutton returned from a trip to ofdrj weather am fid chool purposes will Kansas City and St Louis where he HEMP Wn bought 44 mules that will average 16 H ft A ril1 1 our tax Payers r the present school Ia generally thin on the ground hands The mules will be shipped to Itees of a Common which indicates a coarse lint the out this city Mr Sutton says they are may order the col- - Iookjexcept on occasional farms Is by the finest lot of mules he ha seen any Â¬ tax to build or repair no meaus good where Mt Sterling Gazette Watches CIo Sj2a Without RllVimitilnn sonaiiDM There was a little stir here In tobacco This crop is rapidly increasing In the platedKn to the voters of the circles Saturday afternoon Cap W JTout it is a condition pre- - State as a forage for stock as well as E Slmms sold 150000 pound of his the right to order the for making sugar aud molasw and the last years crop to Mestru Slephens acreage is a full average 1S necessary to build a SIpIe of ltipley Ohio at eight to ten OKAS3 AND CLOVER or that the County this was considered one of the finest These two Irapurtaut crops have and largest crops in the county Paris ndent has condemned AKD OTHE house and that it needs been seriously affected by dry weather Keutuckian Cilizen www aw MVnlU and in many places were regarded as T P Itpy the big distiller lias constitutional nower worthless but the late ralus will have bought all the cattle aboutSOO In num- Â¬ a a wonderfully good effect and they etli2- Jeffries at Promptly done and In a workmanlike r can be with good seasons expected to ber belonging to Byrne his Tyrone distilleries The price agÂ¬ be near an average manner r gregates over 530000 Mr Itlpy will FRUIT keep the cattle on slop till they are Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver ie The crop is very promising except ready for market and some of them e apples There is great complaint that may be continued till late in the sum- Â¬ Dont forget the place next door 10 we rosv omce Hlcbmond r the trees ore very freely shedding their mer Anderson News d fruit from drought Insects and cool The Lexington Gazette says Jan4 lf The weather Other fruits including ber- poorest crop of bluegrass seed raised in ties promises a good yield te Hog cholera has been very generally Kentuoky for many years will soon oomplalned of and the hog product in ripen for harvest It Is very thin on the ground aud much of it Is straw this State will Teyn8er Manufacturing Company s from this disease be largely decreased fallen Horses are the greatest ene- Â¬ Is building a machine with Hand IB The seventeen year locusts have just mies to bluegrass s red among nil stock AtUcbmnt and Portable tmerinHviA They strip the seed off and as long aa adapted f3FtnvalId8 travelers c toT made their appearance iu many coun they cost 25 cash Any one wishing have a supply of seed do jiot eat ties Their bad effects have not yet aP machine of this type will pleas leave K been the blades developed they have order at the office lSJFiret street t make their livingbutwhile they to are Earthquakes strike terror lo man Â¬ C J5TUNE m J P 8 It Is sold only by order not 10 with us apd heir diet has not yet been kind and cholera brought sorrow determined KeptIaBtock to our poultrymen iiutil Canters Msgio 1 40 Luiiuwjug is me- - state laveragea Chicken Cholera Ciirp was spjd here by oiuouui ui uve siocc ana ejzo oicropcjv jt68kton Brooks It three-year-old selection Miss Burdetlb of Bryantsvillpsold a Wilkes colt to Mr Gustin of Carlisle for 5150 to be delivered Nov 1 Gentry Bros Bought of Mr Alford of Lincoln a handsome gelding for 325 They sold him soon after to a Lexington party for 500 J W Scott of Boyle county has sold a lot of extra large fat cattle to J W Poor for 4 cents per lb to be de- Â¬ livered auy time between now and Nov 1 40 25 15 75 Common and Thin 1 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS Good Extra Steers 3 75 3 85 Fair to Good Steers 3 50 3 9 Good to Extra Heifers 2 75 3 00 Common and Thin Stackers 1 50 1 75 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 2 85 2 50 2 35 2 25 2 00 CO tcTCl1 vVXw a O TV The Finest Jack In The World kurbon S40 Insure A tinue in their elegant house cor- Â¬ ner of Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky formerly occupied Because we had made up our mind to by J P Herndon as a drug store sell every roll of the last seaoaa goods no matter at what priee they had to 0 GORMLEY V SIS Chle Fair to Good Common Best Veal Calves Fair to Good Common and Heavy HOGS Fair to Good Packers Good to Extra Lights Select Butchers 35 oo3S 20 oo3o 10 5 25 5 4 25 4 2 50 4 oot5 00 00 Will make the present season at the 00 stables of W J Collins three miles 50 eastof Richmond on the Union City 50 turnnikewbere he will serve jennets 00 at Our companies DlERytfElER -- Saflis KO Barnes s Â¬ Brown Blanks went at 5 crnU to the finest Embossed Goldaatlo cents they all went the last roll of them Consequently we have Why not Insure in the Best tlin dH 5ETTIIiise RBTe Light Pigs when coalt Is foaled 35 Will keen jenneta ou grass for 10 cents SPRING LAMBS per day In all cases the grazing Extra- 6 25a 6 50 must be paid when tlie jennet U taken Common to Good 6 oo 6 25 away every care will betaken but no responsibility for accldeuts or escapes BOURBON CHIEF Is 16 hands 3 inches high without shoes aud weighs 1200 pounds mnklnc him the biceest jack in the world lie is coal black with mealy uose and for bone weight style action nnd appearance has no equal Bourbon Chief was sired by Red Â¬ monds Hercules he by Pattersons Buena Vista he by old Buena Vita he by Imported Mammoth spur- Hercules dam by Imported 110 uouitisox uuefs 1st nam by Lears Napoleon he by Imported Na Â¬ poleon 2nd dam by Buena Vista 3rd dam by Imported Costililan VJ J S COLLINS 4 4 4 4 40 25 40 to 4 50 4 40 4 50 4 40 Season payable Living Colt are backed by over 42000000 capital aud over 125000000 assets It will be too late afier you are burned out Call and see us before you insure elsewhere Our rates and terms are the best 29 28 TSJS 40 52 Forty Dollars to Insure a lav inq at scrapers Uurrv Combs Riding and Driving Bits Prices Lower TharS Ever AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES Fancy Bridles Trace Chains Hame Strings and everything heard of In this or any other cljty in the else belonging to a complete Sad union and iemembel STANDARD RECORD 234J Promptly done and In a workmanlike dlery and Harness Shop A Brother to Yuba 224J by Harold specialty of We Win Not Be Undfersold manner Light Road Track Harness j ny 111 me land The nufblie pph 1st dam Yolande by Belmont Cash Paid for Old GoH ani Silver 2nd dam Young Portia by Mambrlno erally are Invited to inspect A 1ST Dont forcet the nlace next door Gormley made the harness with Chief xour obedient servaht which Susie S won her great Buf- priew office Richmond Ky the Post 3rd dam Porlla by Roebuck pacer falo race and also that with whiVh ItoJan4 lf 4lh dam by Whip thoroughbred GEO H WILLffilKG Bell Vara raised herself from 2 500 to 5000 Decorator in Paint arid Paper The above horse will make the season of 18S9 at stables of Phillips Death- 32 31 ALL WORK WARRANTED V erags at rair urounusKicumond Ky i Lutau SMITH POWELL men Cooling Blankets Horse Boots Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver aud Toe Weights Spurs Stirrups BUT SIMPLY A TREMENDOUS STO K OF Bridles Muzzles Trace flhiino Plated ware etc Special Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridles attention given to Surcingles Gold and Silver Buck- from the cheapest to hand les Harness Oils Harness Soaps made goods in endless Ihe PETTING DIAMONDS varieties aud at DEALER IN- MADE TO ORDER of the best materials and by the best work- - loll floods Left fint Â¬ STEW 6OO1DS I Â¬ jDrusnes YAZOO al INSURANCE - Apply to Phillips Deatherage Richmond Ky or to us ut Silver Creek Ky 40 62 T 8 BURNAM it CO Colt 41 40 FIRE LIGHTNING- and TORNADO Seven Splendia Companies Nortli America Philadelphia Springfield Niagara Amazon - GALT -- - HOUSE KY Iy lease The Chief Brawn lor the great suc cess of Hoods Sarsaparllla Is found In Ilia article Itself It Is merit that wins and tlio fact that Hoods SsrsapariUa actually ao eompushes that Is claimed for It Is what has given to U1L1 medicine a popularity and sale creator than that of any other sarsapa- riUa or Wood pm IVJprit Win The Singer Manufacturing Company MILLER is building a machine with Hand 109 IRVINE STREET Attachment aud Portable specially adapted for Invalid travelers c to Next Door to Post Office cost S2o cash Any one wihlng a machine of this type will please leave order at the office 13 first street AND J F Stonk P S It Is sold only by order not kept Iu aock JF Done Promptly CARPETS LAID IN 40 FINE STYLE Give him a CalL 24- - HABBISOO LOUISVILLE Persons desirous of obtaini Slf 1IC in saranoe at actual coat siwuk fi write for etreuiars to 8BCORITY LIFE INSURANCE AT ACTUAL COST -- 1 I i 3 Â¬ JF Hoods SarsaparUla cures Scrofula Salt Cheum and all Humors Dyspepsia Sick Headache Biliousness orercomes That Tired Feeling creates an Appetite strength Â¬ ens tlie Nerves builds up the Whole System Iloodi Snrwijmrllln Is sold by all drug Prepared by I Hood Slats ttslxiorf Oom Apotheeariej Jurn elt Itaii 20 29 t a 1 Rates25o to 4 Per Day Cincinnati According to rooms Pennsylvania Philadelphia Turkish and Russian Baths in ROdC BOTTOM RATES Hotel 32 31 Office at Farmers National Bank m Call and see us beore placing TnOHAS B AYRESS riunTslasp Gas and Stcaa Fitting your insurance Real Estate and General I am prepared to do nil kiuds of Pump Repairing a Specialty AH BURN AM HUME Carpenters work In flnst class style kinds of pumps kept at Gail Works Collecting Agency N B Milling property and Also estimates- furnished ou short Itlcbmond Jbeave orders ati Bonanza notice HTYEER BAXTER Mills or W G Whites DrmdBtore SSTSpecht attention naid to the sale courltrytores a specialty 32- 60 49 -- Furniture Repairing UPHOLSTERING Gennania Connecticut - Massachusetts - NSJ5UeH3r New York - MtrruAi Bknbpt wr Knii wv SK Broadway New y rk The Largest aud Finest Hotel in Thfe society claims that for sx years me cost to a member of midd re age has weu iSTHAS TWELVE Di USUARS A V r earane xeab for each thousand doll STbGl M-J- f 111- - Carpenters Work Mccarty Wholesale Sroc W E GrlBstend Co s W Main Sta Lovfevllle T-- CH 32 31 I Will and exchcnjfe of Real Estate and to the snweaeall ou county rawefeft W J5 WKI3SSTEAD collection ofjill kinds of account 47 46 35 mL wxw h nit t msmn AW W cwrm v 1 T i r f c iiii nn - JL JEPS S5 sr m -- Swa-r-V- - TV TB toM E CLIM4S JUNE 12 JiNESDAY 889 notice of good store room for rent ngton Mitcltell talk out in meet- another column resting matter can be found in the sing columns from HJ Streng d morocco pocket diary was lost In Richmond and Kinerston S I il strawbeny supper given bf the f the Presbyterian church was a Parrikh sold his Queen residence ry eteruay toN B Deatherai County Trotting and Fair jation was organized last week with 000 subscribed I Clark -f and ten and ll tof etJ ackl and acli till I as I p W W Jj rjN Rrf1 tl r J fJ I lh Delivering A very large audience f appreciative Ma friends assembled irt the Clnristian church S500 at the Palace F on last Wednesday to enRoy the Com Hrd aud meat of all any mencement exercises of Mhdison Female hake and stamp Institute The church was more than 8 entitled comfortably filled and standing room was VH t a luxury Many were turned away from Agent Mill Tiress be it Silk Satin Woolen Sateeu Gingham or Calk I am the door not being able to enter at all iji oclock the At a few minutes past the one you want to see Elegant line r doots of the Baptistry were thrown open Domestics I am the one you W9 t Worked Linv and a lovely sight greeted the eager eyes jvement is being made in The eleveh young lady BradQelds Female Regulator of the audience Vry -- iuCCreary If you wane any ottonadesTowol3 linens or uxFthmg ia macadamizing the unfinished graduates each looking most charming improvement been ed liRe a charm 41- Forjian Son E Goods liirt I am the one you want to see son Avenue and Moberlcv and beautiful advanced to their seats on wonderful can not express my grat- Â¬ Mr J R Griustead Senora Ky Second street to Madison platform of the pulpit and were fol the itude Wish every lady afflicted If you want a good Suit of Clothes for a Man Boy or The Tates Creek Tunnel is beinz push Â¬ lowed by Profs Hagerman My children have sometimes md William- Â¬ monthly would try it I know it says has beend riven in 175 one that will suit you ed quite rapidly It had boils and other signs of blood im son and Elder George Darsie of Frank- Â¬ would cure them at shares of Georgetown De- - feet from the upper end and 65 feet from purities with loss of appetite etc at If vou want any Shoes Slippersor anything for feel Â¬ Mrs Lula a Long am Ute lock belonging to the estate the low er end and will be ready for the fort The entire school under the direcSpe- Â¬ tion of the popular music teacher Miss Spring Grove Fla which times I have found Swias kOI one you want to see R R Estill was sold track by the first of September no Mary Kyle rendered a very lovely Write Bradfleld Regulator Company cific a most successful remedy in pm iGo to 16050 per share iustance failing to effect a permtinent If you want a Hat I can Hat you Â¬ The following dispatch from Harrods chorus A Song of Spring 51 2 Atlanta Georgia Dr HamTimes cure Col Bennett HYoung late ilton offered the openingl invocation burgsays If you want a Carpet I am you- - OarptMan Nicest line of Hosiery at the Palace president of the Louisville Southern and Misses Ida Ramsey Mary Huls Christine chleglelias on exhibition in Swifts Specific Is a blessing to hu Â¬ Ove Sliirts or Underwear ef 1mA will ice to his galery eight hand- - Messrs T Bullitt Theo Harris and A Cromwell and Mamie Baldwin rendered Do not take quinine for malarial dis- Â¬ manity says Mr P E Gordon of 725 If you want any Flannel Porter were here Friday evening and Very charmingly an instrurriental quar- Â¬ for it portraits in water colors J orders Ayers Ague Cure contains Broad street Nashville Tenn fix you i Hon Cortez Ewing State Senator of They are admirably exe- - Saturday They made a strong but in tette Tarlton U Julian of Mt Sterling none nor any other injurious ingredi- Â¬ lias cured me of rheumatism of a very eflectual effort to have the 20000 bonds Elder Darsie who delivid the ad- Â¬ Indiana and Mrs H Ewing are guests of and Miss Pattie daughter of the late ent This preparation if taken strictly bad type with which I had been brth going to tee Bonds to dress to the graduates w f ptroduced Dr and Mrs Poyntz this week of Mercer county delivered David Chenault were married in the iu accordance with directions is war- Â¬ troubled for three or four years S S fcEIroy of Mt Sterling the amount ofi05ooo have been handed and spoke from the pertinen bject the For Prices I reffiyiou to my locals found jeleewi It S- - cured me after I had exhausted Mrs Prof Hagerman and Miss Jessica Main street Christian church Lexing- Â¬ ranted to cure all malarial diseases in Midway soliciting sub- - over but the 20000 was withheld until Bent of Womans Genius J fce entire Campbell will It as a sample of what I will do If Lo everything else leave on Friday for West ton Ky by J S Bhouse Thuniday Best French Sateeus 221 cents at the t e endowment fund of Cen- - the contract to establish here the round- Â¬ discourse was an admiral ibutc to evening June 6 18S9 at 8 oclock Go to Lalors Cash Store for Grocer- Â¬ Good Goods are anvtinducsrrient dr He succeeded in obtain- - house and machine shops was fully woman The speaker reccit jcthe clos- Â¬ Virginia to spend the summer 49- Palace TJ were grooms The attendants 44 17 ies Mr D Shanahanof Louisville the ven Â¬ bci is to the amount of 2200 complied with The company has a est attention while he showed nat woman Messrs Waller Chenault of MontgomBARGAIN SALE wlilfnow HERE IS MORE MUSIC erable railroad contractor has been the round house and small repair shop which is the queen of the realm of t auty and ery county H S Julian of Kansas school of Prof W R they claim fulfills their contract Isaac grace is the ruler of the emp t human guest of Capt Powell for several days City Mo W A Julian Cincinnati H closed last Thursday Streng still furnishes Remaining unclaimed in the Post- Pearson the trustee in whose hands these needs and sufferings has in tz40ul an Miss Lula Bronston has returned from and Thomas P Averill of Frankfort essful year The school Office at Ar bonds now are has taken the subject immeasurable capacity for lo it These are the additional June 11thRichmond Ky week ending friend- - Lexington and Miss Annie Bridgeforth 1889 The brides maids were Mtesea Lila lued as Prof Shackelford en week re- Â¬ ship and with equal dignity under advisement and will this U1 of Mt Sterling is her guest for the week Chenault of Richmond Lucy Chen- Â¬ notes Adams J Wm James Miss N ed to fill a chair in Cen- g ceive the legal opinion of his attorney the realm of faith and spiritu iirandenburg Jackson Samuel lor the coming year Mr James F Slusher President of the ault of Mt Sterling Lucy W Julian Best French Sateens 25c Banks Joseph liettie Maxberry Wm Col P B Thompson Misses At the conclusion of this a Pineville Bank and Mr J C Parrish of Frankfort and David Chenault of Ollie Baldwin Mary Tribbl Handsome Challies 5c Bronston A Oliver Moo rse John Lexington ho Lizzie are here on exceedingly private business Jfilcft been a good log tide in Sharard Charley Cox A Y 31 C A We6t played an instrument flection Jreet iyer for nearly a year and The Baccalaureate Sermon and Steward Susie Good Dress Ginghams 74c Farmer Frank Miss Sallie Cobb of Red House neigh- Â¬ Rev John L Caldwell of Bowling Prof Williamson then awarder 3 lificates An Imperative Necessity Smith Huston Glass W T JL Ppeeff logs in the mountains Green Ky preached the Baccalaureate to Miss Margaret Willmore i Summerfield Annie 25c Home Buford ll ansville borhood and Miss Eula Lee Royce of nnrtatuui unt nipr wntjr What pure air is to an uuhealtby Handsome Henriettas Tiibble Anderson WDCsermon of Central University in the in Science and to Miss Lulie ismpbell Boonesborough have returned from school locality what fpriug cleaning is to the Ladies Shoes and Slippers at Hotten Fannie ins made a small tide and Hone Miss K t je then at Science Hill Acadamy Shelbyville neat house keeper so is Hoods Sarsa ssed down Several wagon chapel on Sunday morning to a very of Mississippi in Mathematics Post Offlce hours from G a m to 7 p music prices parilla to every body at this season r men pasted through last large audience The choir was composed spoke very feelingly his farewel dklress to jr Money order and registered letter Misses Hemphill of Jessamine county 52 musical talent in the graduates and deliveted d fmas to Miss Martin of some of the best hours prompt 7 A m to t v sr way home of Cyntiana and Mr Will The body needs to be thoroughly ren- Â¬ He E the city and rendered some very excel- Â¬ them They were Misses aie E more Garrett and lady of Woodford coun- Â¬ ovated the blood purified and vitalJ B WILLIS P m It Cared lirights Disease Baldwin Lou B Beall Minnie 5 Cran crious result of the flrd in lent music Rev Neander M Woods ty are visiting Dr A G Woods and ized Ihe germs of disease destroyed Speedwell Ky May 4 I8S9 This O Â¬ Cromwell Jlanee B Scrofula Salt rheum and all other is to certify that I had Brights Disease family ll ouff river is the wreck Cihe D D of Memphis Tenn offered pray- dall S Christine J and Ohio canal a water way er after which the choir sang a oluntary Feland Elizabeth Burns Goff iLucy E Civc blood disorders are cured by Hoods Ml t John G Fitzpatrick one of Madisons Sarsaparilla the most popular and or something very much like it and tan 11000000 Senator George The sermon was one of great strength and Halbert Mary P Huls Mineiya Park was in very feeble health This was in KM c csted in the canal 6ays it will exhibited a masterly hand throughout Phelps Ida May Ramsey Mtriawillie most promising young men located at successful spring medicine It -the year of 1887 I used one dozen Havinc formed a partnership with J Pineville in the practice of law is visiting l be abandoned as the company His text was from I Cor 15 46 His Smith A perfect shower of frusb flow- Â¬ bottles of Smiths Kidney Tonic and W Prather on Main Street I desire to theme was the law that which is natu- Â¬ ers nd other presents ihen poured in the family of his father Mr CN Fitz- Â¬ Silo weak financwlly to undertake The wile of Rev Jacob Harness to I am now In better health than I have rent the store room lately occupied by patrick me on Second Street ral is first then that which is spiritual upon the happy and beautiful giaduates sary repairs gether with a half witted son aged six been for years 52 1 CLAUDE SMITH He showed in a conclusive manner the The platform resembled a drean conMrs W B Cass of Blanchester O tccn years was shot to death in their James M Hendren most a daily occurrence to read errors of faith cure christian science and ceived paradise accompanied by Miss Minnie Chunn of home in Scott county Tenn Wednesday Sold by W O White Prescription nan striking it rich on some thing evolution In concluding he appealed to Prof Hagerman who is now principle Maysville Ky visited her brother Mr night by E R Reynolds and Thomas Druggist 49 eow Richmond Ky - the students to strive for a higher life of the Institute in view of the rejrement but these things do not hapJohn Horine last week who has been Lloyd who robbed the house and then Jihon Mr w U ieyton nas than the natural declaring that geology is of Prof Williamson -delivered a short dangerously ill at this place Between Richmond and Kingston Six spools of Clarks thread for 5 set it on fire to cover their crime They a red morocco pocket diary containing struck a good tiling in his inven- - of no profit to the student unless he finds address and appealed for a hbeHl and 49- cents at the Palace were taken to jail at Huntsville papers and SI in money Liberal re- Â¬ EDENTOX ence machine and fence stretch- - the Rock of Ages that botany is of no hearty support of the Institute r vocal j Leave with ward to Under - profit unless he sees the Rose of Sharo n If you have not tried any of our var- Â¬ C H PiRg Richmond Ky or M H Iserves the patronage of our peosextette by Misses Beall Gtegory gutter The thriving city of Seattle Wyoming ious brands of flour do so at once and Born to the wife of WJ VVylie a son was visited with a heavy fire last Thurs irough sentiment but on account that biology is of no profit unless he finds Feland Hart and Lougias cios d the W BPIGG i 52- Berea Ky day and thirtv ane blocks of the business be convinced that you can get as good ent of his intention He gives a the Lamb of God and that astronomy exercises and was one of tl c most enjoy Louis A as of modus ofcrandi of is of no profit unless it points to the Star able features of the occasio 1 portion of the place John M Burton sold a suckling mule The discourse was pro very short time Prof and Mrs Williams n entertained to Joseph McDowel p3fL y dollars nine in our advertising columns of Bethlehem buildings were all you can anywhere else 41- E Forman SoV At the graduates and faculty eleganjy at ner should read his statement nounced by all a most masterly one frame The loss is estimated at about W J Waper has bougrMmSC eight oclock Sunday evening Rev Dr dinner after which a fina farewel was Sine- 10000000 with 2304000 insurance Calicos at 4 cents aud up at the PalWoods preached the annual sermon to spoken by most of the srao lates ad the and bojlfrfand is preparing to start a sawMadison Common Pleas Court 49- Mr Theodore Harris Sr a farmer ace Interior Journal has given Stan the Young Mens Christian Association t September until Hill was deserted Susa Mackeys Admr c PIUj living near Fayetteville Tenn had his elapse that could not be overcome vs of Central University in the First Pres Â¬ Lalor buys Country Produce Rags i je saw mm owned by feel ii Blater throat cut by a scythe he was taking and COMMENCEMENT VISITORS3l the booming of two Richmond byterian church His theme was devo- Â¬ Brutus Mackey cDefts 44 17 Iron man at the mouth of Paint Lickhas start Â¬ home in his buggy The handle caught fierctal Clubs and did it after this tion to principle as exemplified in the All persons having claims against the ed again estate of Susan Mackey deod are in the spokes of the vehicle twisting the Hebrew children who Mr Qnincy Ward Jr ill vis5tIli Mr lives of the three hereby noticed to present Ihe same to Last Sunday two marshals from Lan- Â¬ blade around Mr Harris neck F number of traveling men and other were cast into the fiery furnace for firm Sam Curtis 1 me legally proven ou or before Sep- Â¬ caster came down and arrested George ll have been gulled recently by and unswerving devotion to principle It tember 1511 1889 or same will be G OLL AHS aDfl Miss Douglas of LexingfMjn is Vi iting Sewell on the charge of selling whisky A T Rogers was shot and killed and f ewd negro loafers of this place was a strong appeal to young men and l o xwjavu l uairtl 1 his wife seriously injured by a burglar at Miss Annie Letcher without license Â¬ Ijne in this way and is convincing women to dare to do right and stand by Mv5IvLPC their home in Topeka Kansas The bur Miss Worthington of Di nyille is better to put your trust in the it and was a most practical sermon The glar was captured and hanged to a tele KINGSTON f han confidence in man as well as church was crowded with attentive and guest of Miss Crutcher -graph pole by indignant citizens foolishness of appreciative listeners evidence of the Miss Tessie Williams of C ynthiat m Mrs Charles Moore still continues low g red liquor in a prohibition town R P Pepper of Frankfort sold last visiting Miss Rella Harber Sole Miss Elma Pettus of Lexington Is vis- Â¬ Friday Acolyte a bay stallion five years Mad-Â¬ unacquainted with the A Sadden Death Iiasa mantown It is ordered by the Democratic Com Â¬ Miss Pearle Gaines of B bone contV ing her uncle R F Pettus Icomes to these enterprising old to J S Casey of Massillion Ohio On Monday last Mr James Carlisle of mittee of Madison County that n poll corners proffer Silver Creek was at Dr Poyntz office is visiting Mrs R E Turley 41- of the street be opened on Miss Maggie Bales has returned from for 40000 rvfees to sunoly him with the stuff for the purpose of having a surgical oper- Â¬ Misses Sallie and Kate H imphrey r Virginia where she has been attending SATURDAY JUNE 29TH 1189 B Deweese a At Pattry ville Ky J oLrs dollar The half dollar is given ation performed Dr Taylor was assist Â¬ Louisville are at Prof Barb school The only single apron binder on the prominent trader was shot dead by Isaiah between the of a inger directed to remain where ing in the operation as one was required market Is manufactured by Walter A and 6 oclock hours m 7inoclock of m Rev Dr Woods of Memphis Tj Mrs Carrie King of Mt Sterling is on Dalton a mail carrier p each the Ifew minutes This gives the to administer the chloroform and one to is the cuest or Uoi K A w t uie Wood aud for sale by voting precincts of Madison county at n a visit to her nephew RJones and Mrs to skip and he does so leaving handle the knife The operation had 45- Sitting Bull the great Sioux chief is the lawful places for the purpose of Breck Phelps Morans family Miss Bettie Duncan of B oomfield End infuriated man the bag to barely begun when it was observed that holding a primary election to nominate dying at his home In the Grand River HI visitinjr the Misses Logan d aring Qm a democratic candidate for Representa- Â¬ goes without saying that the the patient was sinking under the influence Mr J M Boen came near being seri Â¬ Valley Dakota Many Persons tive for said county in the next General Are broken down from oysrvrorlc or household and the snow on the 1st of June of the anaesthetic The usual remedies mencement ously hurt last week by being mashed up Assembly of the 8tate ami nlso for Noah Armstrong owner of Spokane Browns Iron Bitters ijnot in the least the crop ot suck- - were at hand and were promptly applied by a vicious stallion Mr R O Wallace of qhattanof Coronor for said county to be voted for rebuilds the system aids digestion remoTes cz is authority for the statement that he son at August election 18S9 cess of bile and cures malaria Getthccenulne other medical aid summoned and for an class of 88 Is visiting the family of Miss Nannie Tudor returned from Lex Â¬ has refused 25000 for Proctor Knotts At said election all who have hereto- Â¬ I hour every known remedy was resorted to Speed Smith ington where she had been attending conqueror He say 40000 will get Have you been to the Palace Dry fore acted with the party and young Partnership Formed but all without avail and the patient died men arriving at the age of 21 who ex- Â¬ Mr Phillip Barbour and DJ John Br school at Hamilton College 49- Goods Store the bone and nothing else iaude Smith and J W trainer Mr S B Hume of W S Hume K Co press au iutention to support the nomi- Â¬ are visiting their fathepDr B Rev Preston Blalce assisted by Prof brmed a partnership in the hard- - by whom Mr Carlisle was employed was hour nees shall be entitled to vote WE CAN AND DO 1 bour and family S D Parrish and Geo H Guarantee C D CHENAULT Jas Rice began a protracted meeting at usiness Mr Smith has moved at once sent for and he communicated Ackers Blood Elixir for it 62 2 BaV Chairman Dm Hunter of Harrodbur and Bethel church last Sunday night from his Second street store to with the family of the deceased Coroner Myers will on Thursday June has been fnlly demonstrated to the peo- Â¬ ple of this country that it Is superior to Ither house on Mam ihe new B D Miller was notified and at once took lett of Lexington arc the guVilsof Ji 27 at 2 oclock P ffl sfcu 3 all other preparations lor blood diseas- Â¬ KIRKSVILLE t j ll go under the style and arm charge of the remains At 2 oclock the James T Shackelford postlve cure for syphilitic Co houses and 21 lots in Parrish es It is a Ulcers Erustions and Pirn Claude Smith Coroners jury held an inquest conducted Mrs Glass and Miss Rachefl Hison cr poisoning At the sale of Mrs Sarah J Hagan C Cu whole by County Attorney Sullivan After due Georgetown arc visiting Mrs IS It purifies the up thesystem and 2 iast Tuesday corn in crib sold for St75 Addition Y Wheelmen constltu unughly builds deliberation the following verdict was ren Â¬ tis at the St Nicholas tlonXgold by W G White prescrip Â¬ Has just received a full car load of steers per barrel 3 each Twelve yards Green Ticket Lonsdale tion dfgbt en or more bicyclists from Cov- - dered r is t Miss Burns of Maysvillef one for SlOO at the Palace yearlings Sit 13 40- cached here Sunday morning via We the jury summoned by B D Mil- Â¬ guest of Mrs Sam A Deathera cow and calf 24 two mules 250 three Boots aevsuoes at your own price at on en rout for Danville to attend ler Coroner of Madison county find from A DUTY TO YOURSELF Commencement week sows and pigs 57 tue raicce v 40 State Meeting of Wheelmen the testimony before us that James Carlisle raai It is surprising that people will use a her Mrs Morton of Winchester The strawberry supper given by the common ordinary pill when they can atv on Monday At this place came to his death from the administration youwautaWsonje Parlor Suit rejoined by Messrs Ruff Death of chloroform administered for the per- Â¬ son Prof W H Morton are a ipng the ladies of the W C T U was a success secure a valuable English one for the go to the Furnlturejiace GUR of ColIlu8 u and formance of a surgical operation he being Commencement visitors Dr Ackera English Hagan realizing about 50 After the supper the same money Uce Alverson and Mitcneii 44 1 yittla are a positive cure for vyoung ladies and gentlemen enjoyed subject to epilepsy which fact he had on their way rejoicing Rev Wm Davis of BlooggTd and and all liver troubles They are emselres in jl pleasant hop at the tesi- - small sweet easily taken and do not never made known to his physicians Mr and Mrs Wakefield of AVkefield ence of the Walker Bros gripe Sold by Y G White Prescrip Â¬ BrookstoWH Pike J Lewis Francis Ky are at Dr Blantons H Streng still tion Druggist Wm Greene The Twelfth Annual Commencement of cople of the Brookstown neign -He has In stock a full line of-Pror James Henry of VersTfes is effort to build a Jno F Stone Men Boys and Children will find just what they wait and These are the lliott Institute was held in the Christian llare masine an Elegant line of light and dark Chal it th his spending Commencement week David Noble 49- hurch at this place Thursday June 6 lies at theTalace some point near McCords gate h notes attlielr own price in onr CLOTHING DEPARTMENT We are mother Mrs Emma Henry tiHQMAOT Vi H Gentry ith many visitors in attendance There ctwith the Red House pike at Pianos aud Organs at your own price Aijtred Williams prepared to famish you with a complete outfit know we Miss Radic Stephens of GoVinettirr Mens Suits of Clothinn imtitli rf9itnnv Run fras only one graduate this session Miss 44 1 Hagans i wop u a long needed improve- B D Miller Cor and May Violet Jones of Lexington are Rebecca Cooper of Winchester Rev at Collins year ewi ii-will do it ii yon are a man of taste and jr Thi is 5500 8600 S750 S900 ACKIKB OIL AND BIDD It was an unfortunate afialr but no cen Â¬ visitiog Mrs Gor McCreary The llfe glvlng properties of Ayers Hamilton of Richmond delivered W Vjme that should meet with cvery 3sts As we 1100 and meatiea everything call awl 1200 1000 Tji ER TWINE AT ell tum can be attached to any one connected address of the evening Subject Sareaparilla have established its Mrs Beall and her daughtir Miss he was subject earned reputation and mode it the Cant be bought elsewhere for XiOTflfe jenius Its Examples and Kesponsibu onrselt f JL McCord Miss Mollie Shear with thetase Mr Carlisle V Vi attend Â¬ to Carrie Beall of Bethany Thapupils of the school pcrform- - most effectual and popular blood pnri less tliau 200 to lies UCI Baldwin have very scalously to epilepsy and although questioned as ed the Commencement on the Hill 750 a M thir nari well anii the oration of S fler of the day For all diseases of the it He sufficient funds to build a his habits health etc he failed for some mre Come and look at tkM tt Tudor was especially complimented crowns their reason to let the pnysicians know uuu he crSB nu m ul J stomaoh liver nnd kidneys this rem- - more nest deer 3nlucceM almost v ana j oruoos 01 53- was subject to epileptic nts um uu j edy Las no eqaaL Prlc 51 It Room at the Top r jroei vfaee -- The Kirksville Fair The tenth exhibition of the Kirksville place No 2 Richmond has Stock Fair Association will be held in hanged from Piggs stable to Doug Burnams woods near Kirksville Friday iat shop on bouth stde of Main be- - and Saturday July 26 and 27 1SS9 The ir t street officers of the association are President Waller Bennett Vice Presidentsi W P vtcr Commissioner Scott has adver I Bennett Susan Mackey store house on Prcwitt W A Anderson II W S Hume Col D W Tribblc J P t for sale at 2 oclock p m EmbryJno F White C C Chrisman Roy C White Directors L S Gibbs Clay son of Mr Brutus J Clay J 15 Parkes James Shearer Thomas arm near the elbow on Saturday Duerson T J Curtis Ed Norri E II phisician was summoned and Walker Charles Ballew T S Burnam Arch Kavanaugh C S Wilmorc B Fv case as doing well Tevis S P Ross E II Field D B ns holding rlaimc amtnt - Walker Treasurer John D Simmons kiSusan Mackey deceased will Secretary Jas B Walker Assistant Sec Â¬ same legally proven to Master retary I J H Embry Ring Marshalls vier Scott See notice Jack Adams and J McCotton Wolf Trosts band of Lexington Kyt lent citizen of Richmond will will furnish the music Nearly 2000 in A Southern Kentucky to day kJut wanU to take Uie town by premiums will insure a fine show of stock and the established reputation of the ladies j lit the end of the week of that neighborhood for culinary skill Selection has been called by guarantees a big dinner This fair has Committee for June 29th 89 alwas been the pride of tile Kirksville rtocratic candidates for Rep people and every effort will be made by And Coroner See notice the association to surpass all previous en Â¬ tertainments Good accommodations can ares of Madison National be had for men and stock at or near the vertised for sale by Col O grounds gent was sold privately to olhns for 202 per share car loads of useful material were to this place this week You bm what they are by reading Popes Class of 83 Exercises The class exercises of the Class of Sg of Central University were celebrated at the Chapel Monday night at 8 oclock Trosts band from Lexington furnished the music that enlivened the intervals be Â¬ tween the duties Mr H R Taylor of Morganfield Ky was chairman of the occasion Dr Woods of Memphis was called upon to offer the opening invoca tion The orator of the class Mn onh Van Lear orShrevepdrt La Was first introduced and delivered a very apprecia tive oration Mr W O Shewmaker of Hardinsburg had been selected as Grum- Â¬ bler for the class and he did ample jus tice to his duties His grumblings were many and seemingly serious and his list eners were frequently convulsed with laughter The prophet of the Class was Mr James W Tyler of Wakefield Ky and he very vividly pictured the future history of each member of the class Rev J L CaldweH of Bowling Green pronounced the benediction after which the class received their friends in the soci1 ety halls where sweet music furnished inspirations for a pleasant occasion Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ fact been known taie treatment would have are isiting the family of Mr T E Bald- Â¬ been different and U result greatly deplor- Â¬ win ed by every one mfight have been avoided Mr T H Shipp formerly a student of Mr Carlisle was a young man barely Central University now a druggist of 2 1 years of age and I was not married He Catlettsburg is in the city was an industriout and hard working Messrs G S Taylor of Augusta and young min and hnhly regarded by I all who knew him Hi remains were tikett Harvey Helm of Stanlord former 6t Central University ate here this to his fathers home Al SilVer drefck MBH- day evening and wefce Interred on yester week itu-tit-nts RELIGIOUS HERE IS MUSIC FOR YOU HAPPINESS AND COSTESTMEST H Childrens Day at Providence next Sunday morning beginning at to oclock These Dr Henderson will conduct the services He will preach at nlht at the Methodist All good church this city 13 J Streng furnishes fancy Calicoes 5c it are the notes tianrigt i hflffd la hand If we look on ine aarK biuh 01 erer nine uueuiic Nothing will so darken Ufa ahffrjie It a burden as Dyspepsia Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets will cure the worst IT GOES IN DEEP yards Lonsdale Green Tick- Â¬ day Look Before Leaping The giddy yount follies who are animat Â¬ ed with a desire to dol the extremely ro mantic act of skipping td Aberdeen and getting married woull do well to digest the following rnJnl th Maysvllle Bulle- tift Some time since Vkv D D Chapin rector of the church ojf the Nativity of this city carefully investigated the statutes of Ohio and became convinced that the marriage of runaway camples at Aberdeen was not exactly in accordance with the laws of that State Thereupon he wrote to Governor Foraker tin regard to the matter I he Oovernor referred the mat- who in turn ter to the Attorney Genj referred it to Prosectitor Tarson ol Uje Brown county ShorttIV afterward Prosecutor had to go fto Columbus on legal business and while there went to see the Attorney General Big niussy law books were dragged frorIn tneir long rest- ing places and duly inYiined and at last it was found that Squire Beasley couldnt be hung for raaryingl people without license Neither could lie be imprisoned for life or sent to Congress The law read that he could be made to forfeit a sum not exceeding tooo for tying people together who had not ipreviously inter Â¬ viewed a probate Judge jhat is alh In other words the m requires the couple to first produce F license before any minister or Justice jhas a right to many them Marrying a couple without license renders the officiating Justice liable to a fine of 1000 etst I f tL t- c Sam Jones recently preached a sermon Prof C A Leonard formerly a pro- at Danville Va to 3000 people during fessor In Central University and judge which he called on all who had not told Ward of Cynthiana are attending Com- Â¬ a lie this year td stand tip and only four or five responded He called on those mencement exercises who didnt love whisky to stand up and Mr J BPaxton of Stanford class of less than twenty five arose 79 delivered the address before the Alum- Â¬ ni Association of Central University yes Â¬ Rev H T Daniel late pastor of the terday afternoon at 4 oclock Baptist church at Glasgow Ky will dis- Â¬ continue constant work for a few months PERSONAL dn account of ill health During his stay at Glasgow of one year and eight months Miss Janie Feland is visiting in Lexing- Â¬ he baptized ninety persons and added ton thirty more to his church by letter Miss Annie McChesney is visiting Miss The subjoined paragraph taken from Anna Frazee the Paris Kentuckian refers to the Ju3Ce Kobt Hidden ot Irvine attended same gentleman who preached some feooil fiertnous In thb Methodist church court lasrvfcek Gov James B MtCreary returned from at this place a feV months flgot The sermon referred to was preached at Washington last Thursda Millersburg Sunday morning the Mr Ed Ballard left vesterdavfer his Methodist church could not accom mo home near Platts Burg Mo te the vast crowd assembled to hear Mr Jas Bronston is at home from the theKdpon by Eev Meau9 of Nich- olasvilleTte Uie Brauues of the male Dental College at Louisville college The geirrlemans voice is not Mr Keith Lacky of Tacoma W T gdod but he preacliedpowerrul ser- Â¬ is visiting Mr Malcolm Miller mon Many competent judges pro Mr Howard Baily of St Louis is visuounced it ono of the finest eIortsluy iting his sister Mrs J W Hart ever heard on a similar occasiou His But I will Dr J Len Harris of Versailles was in text was Daniel 10 21 show thee that which U noted in the the city the early part of the week scripture of truth lie sought lo show Miss Lizzie Barrett visited the family how great and good are the Jews No of Dr Gill in Danville last week Jews in our prisons lunatic asylums Miss Bessie Barbour has returned from alms houses aud among the beggars upon our streets He said that was be- Â¬ attending college at Bryn Mawr Pa cause they observed the Mosaic laws Prof J Tevis Cobb has returned from teaching his graded school at Henderson This doctrine booms the Jew but gives Christianity an orlhodoxical black eye Ky Surely Christs pure precepts are better Miss Zenaida Embry has returned from for the world than the iron clad malice a visit of several weeks in Bourbon and teaching laws of Moses or Christ lived Scott suffered aud died in vain Ilev Means Miss Birdie Gibson of this county was is an able man or he could not have graduated from Midway Orphan School made such a fine sermon out of such poor material The Jew does not get last week in Jail because he does not driuh and Mrs M De G Forman and Miss he does not drink because it cost Willie Kern have gone East for pleasure money He can make an old army and study blanket fit echust like der baper on Miss Carrie Barbour will return to- Â¬ der vail squeeze a dollar unil the morrow to the Conservatory of Music at eagle screams have pockets put iu his Cincinnati shroud and then walK to the grave to Mrs Brasfield and Mrs Guord mother beat the undertaker He cau do all manage to keep out of the and aunt of Mrs T S Moberley have this and poor house but he cau hardly set him- Â¬ gone home self up as an exemplar Miss Madge Busick of Wabash Ind is visiting her cousin Mrs J W Hart at MATRIMONIAL- the Garnett House Â¬ Â¬ Miss Lucy Chenault of Mt Sterling Miss Phoebe Forraan of Washing Â¬ ton Miss Lyda McCann and Miss David Chenault of Lexingtonare yisiting Miss Annie Chenault fir R ll Mdh Uon died at the resU dence of his son in North Carolina He 13 was the oldest Presbyterian minister in North Carolina was the first President of 13 of Davidson College and the father of Mrs Stonewall Jackson 15 et 95o yds Masonvillo Cotton 95c yds fruit of the Loom Cot- Â¬ ton 95c yds Hope Cotton 95c 17 yds AAA yard wide Brown Cotton SlOO 62- - form ol Dyspepsia Constipation and indigestion and make life a happiness and pleasure Sold at 25 and 50 cents by W U White Prescription Drug- Â¬ gist Road horses trotters and runners shod in any manner desired I have Just received au extra lot of four year old second growth timber for repairing All wot k guar Â¬ all kinds of wagons anteed at the very lowest prices Shop back of Brookss drug store Respectfully 8febly 8 L MIDKIFF THE RESULT IS GOOD THE PUBLIC IS BENEFITTED AS ITS SERYANT Bolls pimples hives ringworm tet- Â¬ Governor McCreary irlde of Rich- Â¬ ter and all other manifestations of im- Â¬ mond Old Gold nd Bluegrass Belle pure blood are cured by Hoods Sarsa Hour at Bonanza Roller Mills parilla It 41- BForhan Sor A Choice List of Summer Resorts LADIES or In the Lake regions of Wisconsin Nccdtns a tonic up children that want buflilnJg thonld take BROWNS IKON BITTBnSIndtjra Minnesota Iowa and the two Dakotas It is pleasant to take cures Malaria it there are hundreds of charming locali- Â¬ Uon and Biliousness All dealers keep ties pre eminently fitted tot summer tiasoliue stoves in all sizes and at all homes Among the following selected prices from the plainest to the finest at list are names familiar to many of our 45- BrEck Phelps readers as the perfection of northern Go to Jack Freczians and sco tho summer resorts Nearly all of the Wls couslu points of interest are within a Terra Cotta Shoes and Slippers ioi 45- short distance from Chicago or Milwau- Â¬ Hisses and Chllrcn kee and none of them are f o far away Flour meal bran auu sbip stutt at from the busy marts of civilisation Bonanza Roller Mills Richmond Ken- Â¬ that they cannot be reached in a lew tucky E Forman Son hours of travel by frequent traius over Go to the Furniture Palace in the the finest road iu the northwest the Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Hall New Hotel for Furniture aud Carpets 44 1 Cincinnati prices guaranteed way Oconomowoc Wis Clear Lake Iowa Advice to Mothers UrsWnTSLoWa SoornnaSTBCpihoniaalTi Minocqua Wis Lakes Okoboji la be used when children are cutting- tetth It re Waukesha Wis Spirit Lake Iowa lieTei the littlesnffererai once it produces natoral bright quiet sleep and the little chernbavakesas Ealmyra Wis Frontenac Minn as a batten It Is Terr pleasant to taste It pain soothes the ehfldsoneDstbegumsallaTsaU TomaUawkLakes Lake Miunetouka regulates the bowels and is thsbestknovn remedy Minn Wis for diarrhoea whether arising frcn teething or other cuoies Twenty fiTO cents a bctOs OrtouvlHe Minn Lakeside 66 Jjake Minu r Kilbourn Lake Dells The Terra Cotta Shoes and Slippor3 cons at Jack Frcoaans are simply clc- -- Jlt Bear HJStrengs Aim Is Accomplishec i Our Great Upheaval Sale was a great success Our object wa to give We kave the public the benefit of our advantages in oor purchases sold more goods in the last month than we ever did before Th distribution was great We have added new friends to or namerotts old ones We will not stop until every man woman and child that buys goods in Richmond is enrolled as our customer and to accomplish this there will be Â¬ isro let up HJ nsr the baegaihs at oar own we shall continue to offer to the public w Bear in Mind that Streng Never Tires of Giving Bargains We have in the la3t few days made many new purchases price TI1E PUBLIC WILL GET THE BENEFIT IF YOU WANT se 0jjfljfti I mj I t V - Â¬ J LETTERS rf - Ml IS REIj Â¬ Store Eoofflfor Eeat At Oui F TO EXa Â¬ LOST THE we rosi S LATEST jtf-the- yycTeuiBDWlces Uotice to Creditors A Â¬ ivrr Seasonable Prices OUK ASSOKTMENT OE GUFFS Farmers Beware Dont Buy a Spring Tooth Cultivator un til you see the Albion For Sale Only By JQ5HG TAYLOR Agent for ison County 5t SBIRTS UDERWEAR Primary Election is the most complete ever offered in this city NECKWEAR OUR everything new and bright embraces r We Make a Specialty of Flannel Shirts will wear no other most critical e3 To wear one is to be convinced that you j We can please the T T POPE Drain Pipe Chimney Pipe can not be excelled in sizes colors and prices OUR LINE OF HOSIERY M We carry the Best Brands of Hats in every shape style size and color and the man or boy whom we cant please will have to wear a bonnet MERCHANTTAIL0B1KG DEP4RTMEHT sick-headac- 1 Tjy PREISMOREgfci J adding funes Eire Brick is perfect in every equipment we invite And Eire Cliijk inspection of goods and prices aii i caat ceisilt w fr -- silt TPSXGSlkL sasjavva in f f olMiuct ll - gjh oovTBtaroasr rtmrmffffl rffirtfcWTilffllfffflnWfifm niw u Mitchell IF- - S3 4 VJ tI ng J Mo saldplai iley when yon Characteristic of the Parent HcadH ot h Jiano a fool or tna IlamorUU Financial Family1 ndj I lick the get the cream whaMrl No said Mark Twain- - a week or WMle In tho postmasters room In Somo ton years ago Old B afon Roths Â¬ dish RTTTR PrRASS TnTTTirSI fA J two ago as bo sat in his room at tho the Boston post offlco the writers at Â¬ child passed away full of years leaving er MS aiscov Sell the best one and two horse Corn Somo rJ Murray Hill Hotol and dreamily tention was attracted by an Impression His 1 behind him a gigantic fortune - Cen- i LRpYALKaas rad from sick- crcd that a V Planters S srte and Qnielect Roule iajm watched the smoke from the pipe which an official was placing on tho thred nephews Nathaniel Leopold and ncsa try nomceopa Id a wtgar curcd tral Kentakky to All PointgKorth which ho was puffing No I would back of a bunch of letters la red Ink by Alfred sons of Baron Lionel Roths- Â¬ Ham Sell the best one and two horse Cultivators Eaat West and Soujjiwekt 2 Br not say that it was tho best thing that I means of a hand stamp The impres child inherited the city business while 5 BBaJyEEX r FAST LINE At tho tabWtUI sote tint epi- I ever wxote but I remember that I sion read Becolved under cover at r his vast riches in cash lands house Will ygS kJn Uy yass tho old Sell the best one and- - two horse was pretty proud of it at the time and tho post office Boston Mass from 3incinnataV Mf property and securities were for tho curean i -Wagons- Seconal Just wait tto was decidedly disappointed whoa it to bo forwarded In tho mall most part bequeathed to his daughter choeso way mg this moment it If2 didnt come out tho next day I didnt Tho official seemed to take great de- Â¬ Schedule la BffiMaj 12th 1SSD the Countess of Rosobery The three one Sell the best Wire Ohiokrown know until you told me that the story light in placing tho toll talo stamp on London Rothschilds of to day boar lit- Â¬ N Y Herald Waiter No 4 Ko 2 Nn 6 had ever reached this part of the coun- Â¬ tho back of the enveIopo3 When his Guest In Testjiur mtl tle resemblance oither in face form Sell the best Feed Cutter nrurni hqmtmE ex sun Daily eujuu HJFSx me try But you havent got It just right apparently agreeable task was finished or business habits to oither their lata what is this rotfflijaf broughtsoup WhyTYrtt thats bean it wasnt tho foreman at all It was a tho reporter began to Inquire iuto tho Waiter father or uncle The elder Nathaniel Sell the best Randall Harrows- fcoo SiijB IVe jMlliMt Eioara 8 pn 135 pm fool of a compositor who ruined the philosophy of the thing Well toqglpat tor what It has lately created Lord Rothschild is a Guest BJ C9PB 45 pra story Phlladol- We receive a great many letters Poor devil I suppose he is ls9HnnuUi ioj7 aia uxoopn yoppm Wi 917 pm 4Xpni far seeing man of great business ca- Â¬ been but whataiaMt n ws Sell tho best Plows lHVliltilD dead now and It doosnt much matter under cover began tho official to moan lactjpoi 5 40 p 10 pKiiik fWi pacity and undor his guidance tho pbia Press SaYaB - iko pa iia pa 6 90 p m bo forwarded In tho mall Mo3t of what we say about his stupidity But Mr Glbb SJi g his son lato at Sell tho best Sulky Plow great house still maintains Its supre Â¬ 1 ICM aa 1WI 4V ho was certainly an awful fooL those letters I suspect are sent by tho 545 pn aK Whi er-- 12 05 p M macy in thoVorid of London financo night fe 3 ou going at this E You have one part of it right con- Â¬ class of people who indulge in anony- Â¬ r Kc- 130 pn nl On no good or Sell the best Fertilizer 730 pm Ho is however a man who devotes his timo of nigh pn JBp Arr Ijuicawter 40 pm l tinued the humorist Ignorant of It happened mous communications Johfi rand Tll W No sir Stanford I 1 VB- attention only to great enterprises 450 when I wis a reporter on the Virginia tho regulation of the postal servlcd KtcliintrtMl Life pa 145 14Jt Sell the best Cook Stoves and Ranges and consequently a vast amount of I was going 6htS8i foi you 5 iRflBr jCaa pm ArrIerw City Enterprise I was assignod to rewhich requires such letters to bd A sma try Uoy hearing minor buslnoss of a very profitable Arr IvlitgMon J s PN J J port a dinner given by a party of some stamped at tho offlco from which they nature that used to bo executed by tho about burglars Yhls powder never varies A mnrvel of inf windows ana Sell the best Cistern Filter Xe8 No 1 No 5 parity Ktrvtifcih and wliolexomeness More of the moat notoriously hard drinkers are dispatched to the addresses tho aKHv Rothschilds has or lato flowed into about -- their lpai ts ele wanted to NORT1I HOUNI ally Bx Ban Kx Suu economical than the ordinary kinds and In town and Virginia City was not sup- Â¬ senders imagine the recipients can know if they pra Uai ci pano of glass Sell the best Vapor or Gasoline Stove Other channels cannot be sold 111 competition with the mul- Â¬ porting many temperance unions at that be deceived by resorting to this titudes of low text fchort weight nlnin and His Lordship excels us a diploraate o ruse- window when they wai phosphate powders MPTiT 1ve UiM4on- - E oo am TL Sold onlv in ems time Every body know that the dinner crafty device To bo sure all IUjyai Baking Powdes uo 106 Wall Street and his relations with Gladstones Gov- Â¬ IferfH Iv lUctwuHMl OnSof fjur y ung aaea was so bad- - Sell the best Tinware lVIad was going to resolve itself Into a glori- Â¬ who send letters in this way aro not New York 21 20 Arr feUr Ifcly 5rfg1itSneUwIi Tsm 1145am ernment durius the Egyptian en accepted by the ous drunk and tho result proved that prompted by a malicious purpose Fre Ive MtHfurl o a is CtfS wore close and invaluable to hi house jUi it tij left shoulder every body was right- - Of course I quently tho sender Incloses a note to K Arr Ktchwwmd- - 9i aPa Simula British tax navers He brushed rnH K ray didnt want to be too hard on the boys tho postmaster giving his or her name any nttontiou to the part EnsJftnd wit it oif after h Torro got home -- is-Essrin reporting their dinner and yet as a and explaining the reason for forward- Â¬ playing In ths Khedlve af airs ior a Hanto Express oP K am HE r- 4 am truthful reporter I had to give tho ing tho letter undercover Many peo- Â¬ flBT year or two prevjPtft the slaughter- Â¬ Iv lrxtniBl 345 P jr45pn T Hit is a paradox Profossor public to understand just what had ple do it as a joko or for the purpose of lve Part 4as pa 15 an 435 pm ing of tberoHknTrra fitfiKuartbum Experienced studfint -- An Annex girl pm KmL lve yntliitm lpn 507 taken placo there In a happy mo- Â¬ mystifying tho receiver roundS assertfeafnttt Jier expensive telling a fellow that he mustnt stay Klmulli 530 pa 913 am 600 pm rr Ifwltigtoti Do people at whoso expense this TJr Plmn Onlflnn M1l Tvlovni-t- - to ment I conceived tho idea of con- Â¬ jspi 1035 an KSafa w iiutluaati rferoncdl lL EirvDt would never another minutei if nd all tho timo hold Â¬ ary was required the only medicine of its class that is guar veying this information In a delicate stamp is used over object 10 oeneni or cure havo boyirflihod so far but for tho ing him so fast jvith rath arms that to General ClatkSDn- - an JflRjJr MAYSVILLK BRANCH Quito often A person in Portland In nil rillirawil fnr which way without really saying that all re Kotnscnims ana ho couldnt getaway if he should try It is recommended or bands woro drank My plan was to for instance who sends a letter hero uiuujjumai uiKi wjoie iolbiMteS jafsaatr- No No H wo monev yiuu xur ib OltnC-ROUNI he uoaa clients thore at stake Somerville JouraaL Dally Illy Ex bun will bo promi puy rciunuea mi J3- begin ry report in tho regular cut addressed to a friend or perhaps anj urcaea one --jvppotn t uii 3 nnclos Golden Med ical Discovi ery cores all humors rm tJ03 not i110 l way tbtrnngwg fr Madame ke foiij a woman suf Â¬ ttllU UXMJL Ij VUUlUlgCU 1U and dried way raornIu to After giving a few enemy in tne same city is likely to bo xrom tne common mmnie ilotch or eruDtion No fiir 1 havent time to yltWmmnt 35 pm to tho worrt Scrofula or nnnnTmivm RfiiT iinincnnN sentences in this way I grew a little found out when the addressed Is put lrt mguoveroy except Sunday Tho iuvo oi sport lie neiiuer urceus ur fragist a 45 pm rr lWlHUli ajaaw tiaim w TVifn Vhm nAfMi Is be naventllnre Well if you had a n 4 50 pin sores Hip Joint Disease Scrofulous Sores and mrro careless in style Gradually I possession of the fact that the letter CierjW flTltnsr outlha cummissinn nml runs thoroughbred raco hor3es and lxiMUm MjBfr j00 4 IWrt JjfMF 45 P twiia 612 pm Swellings Enlarged Glands Goitre or Thick became more and more mlxod up in my originated in Portland In cases of thkflliailT1SJiai- oonaa are being over- rarely seen in tho hunting field tho privilege o9 voting whom would lt- Arr Millambaii Lipin fWm Neck and Eating Sores or Cleerg IThe smo man I havo Richmond Ky April 10 18S9 There are no reports to tho though in a perfunctory manner ho vou support 636 pm GoKen Medical Discovery cures Consump- - language until at last the words were character wo have received stftiSXnr Worked Sia 39r r rS SL And jcajan 7 30 pm tion which is Scrofula of tho Lunfrsl by its written without any real or apparent letters from tho victims wheivarittbiv effect that his Work has began to tell still lleeps up tho famed pack of stag supported ev l blast ajn years TKrt ac5 am siopm wonderful blood - purifying invigorating Â¬ im LlnMy husband upon Mr Ularkson The labor We lioiiriJs His counsel In financial mat Â¬ who Is that nutritive properties taken time Hi aB a shame N No II and Weak Lungs Spitting ifof Bloodin Short- Â¬ connection with each other I tried regard the use of tho For coin Journal delight in physics pain Chicago ters Is highly esteemed by Her MajhOOTH aOUNU Dally i- Dally ness of Breath Catarrh In the Head Bron- Â¬ my best to give the reader the Idea iui outrage cnseof estys Government and his life liko Kxr n Ex Kuu chitis Severe Coughs Asthma and kindred that as I wrote the report I became doctor In America Ind A MisuBd9jfttndlg Miss Knick bo- that of his prixiecossor Is devoted to erbocker ofklfew York dining in a sovereign remedy It more and more intoxicated until it a a 110 pm affections curesistho severest Coughs tKZJZ I came- SS a m I promptly money getting More Jewish in ap Boston adntllSer conversation to her 3 22 pm 5 57 14I5C Jettcr THE TWINE TRUST For Torpid Liver Biliousness or liver wound up in a stupidly drunIScir Z Carta 49 an Hams Country 314 pm Complaint Dyspepsia indigestion it is pearanco than eithorof his brothers ev MUItvbire 7 15 an 338 pm an unequaled remedy and was A rv Jjr conauion J ou consider tho enVlronmf i Sold by druggists Una ProTert 5C Cured AfT-- W t Wiaaa 740 am 405 pm Whd A CombinationIn Th it Farmer Side Itself a his character and habits more clearly religion of th sfn f an Indian a pure estod in carryip STfj uilled Butter Tliorn 20C the 25 21 135 am 6 30 pm a j IOC35 aak Twom 635 pm oo as well and naturally Chickens i jo 752 IOC good The honest farmer is beginning to indicate his Hebraic originalso Very Ir- Â¬ theism OMr Twpmbl - offl Mrbeg your ciiciMuti 6 45PJ5 MC45 am Alfred de Rothschild is bly ai- twhen after an I assemble In indignation meotings I say leonah the whero So 4 IexlBK4m MAS a m Arrives v tieaL 85c report wajnerchautman Caro ho dlscussos his wrongs und regular In his attention to business in pardon I mea you fro under a slight IBADFIELD FkrtalfclSaM Kxcept SotMiay na- He is not generally misapprah9fiaoa the Lane 3 50 ent a passes resolutions expressive o 8 foavet CiiH lHiiati 51S p m Arrives bombarded and chased x lour per I am from Chi- Â¬ writ of his 2 CO office barrel Corn Kalmoatli IM p m Kicept KiiikIhj Liaytien outraged feelings The twine monop- Â¬ credited with any particular aptitudo cago Toussant Hay per loo lbs liiek f 75irreach of oly is a great thorn in NT Leaves Kalmoatti agtaiu Arrives juvreture April 18 and narrowly es- - Oatsin sheaf perioo lbs Let tho honest for playing tho great game of finance Ctadunati 75 a m Kxeejit wimlay Officer toviitig tourist as be- Jafe No S2 Leirw ClnctukatlSdOa in Arrives side It is not the only one but has charge of tho routine businoss me make you acquainted with the great farmers LfaiQ caped being sunk York City x --J i AT McKEES OLD STAND of the firm Almost any morning on Palmoutli Mfcau a in Sunday only Tallow Tourist Glad chief White Worse sod to persons but it is tho ono that ho is the most tho stroke of eleven his neat brougham Mo 33 lavex KalniHili fclip m Arrive 4 Mis Jue Peters living near Bethel Beeswax conscious of and ho is getting ready W to moet fo Pr White Horse street in Now may be seen pulling up at the corner Kyv nearly lost her life through poison 1a Xay1S TIIA1N NOT rt af do Tourist lftf at hainrr onnl nA mwm to vigorously protest against it He of Cannon street and ttosa - -- aiorltf nort s f ana uimnmajX j d 4lrv U d St Swithins IIVeryHowdf Hw How aro your Cor Main Is not less tho victim of the steel trust ixxum hoad or tailS it 1SSy5Aoettn wetjMMl you itfpiiew nothing of its contents but tho Bichmo Lane whonco its elegantly attired family Heap good Gotum up as he found it and leaving tho rest postal card purported to have been the barbed wlro trust the oil trust or ciorxfcr onanoe offiif fc owner proceeds on foot to his office to Ah yes trust editor ho greaf vlf ise ai0i3ccL up tho proof reader Iorhad really mado written by a man to his wife Ho the impending salt robberstho coal ring He is a handsome man of medium plenty pjrppooW Touriatyour name LexinKtou who aro en- 1t I miliin rtiismT his mind that see TeMttieewMBts for been wrote his wife that ho had just arrived and tho rost of tho cflcigt folWcmtr stature-- and dark complexion and his I U a SaBBaaaP I Uow ar oftST IWKHITAJtT Tb4w f War whoop and drunk when I wrote it He wos a kind at a certain hotol in this city and this trenched behind our blossed high tariff so many redi heirs rlvo M ud 4MarL fnBl features aro only of v m er Staiioa ondumia Jnaltioon- hearted man and ho never liked to seo intelligence was followed by a remark wall but he is used to their exactions his Semitic origin slightly indicatlvo ho InstantaBeettrf viidsection of tourist ttr BfJADfTCLDGULAlORCo CiA In private life portion for alr a NorftKak UB4 WL I eJCrulu one of the boys in trouble AIWVHTA Yonkers GasbUe So he about some old acquaintance a wom- Â¬ and rather likos them in fact ho rjaewacrvueKea of a sybarite his taste In zunwn ltrit- sniaaiHirailroau i l calmly proceeded to change my copy an whom he accidentally met at tho dcesnt see how his grain could grow is something may miui reacaeu uy a i THE LATEST SPRING STYLES AND BE works of art aro highly cultivated ho UNLEVENED BREAD For Ilia rUctiUn address or caution any and put in little connecting words so as hotel It was plain that the purport and his flocks multiply without tho a aceni tof t6 CoHipauror glorious stimulus of protection to the is a liberal patron of some of the first to make sense of it It was all dono of tho postal was to create some W L XONSON K II BACON painters of tho day and an ardont and Mow It Is Bake Under the Snperrlslon with the kindest Intention in tho trouble between a man and his wife infant industries of Pennsylvania But GRADES OF CUSTOM MADE Trav laNr AeU ofpfew Yo d Grand ItabbU Triv Iassr A discriminative collector of old china LexlnetO Uudniual O world He didnt want to see me dis In a couplo of days a letter of denuncia- Â¬ this twine trust in some mysterious and MatzekrUi - xman word for the t K F K MORSE t1 anclnnatf G1 1ai Agt Oen Mtnr sWaac acursrs cf charged for being drunk Then he tion was received from a porson way has chafed his sensibilities it has aaaVS 1L K UUNTINOTOK V lres do Rothchlld does not re- Â¬ thin flat disk of unleavened bread destroyed my copy so that it couldnt who was evidently the sender and galled him until ho winces it has got semble his brothers FBCAnRAEt- - Kichmond Ky oither In his feat-Â¬ which the itobrews oat in celebration bo brought in evidence of my damning whose mischief had evidently been him as mad as a net hen and he is ures or modo of life- - Tho younger of the feast of the Passovor Tho best Geuocal OAoea Cnamjlierof CoinmereelBuIld JVaaMaT- Cl4riuuali O f guilt traced home Nothing daunted by her lndlgnatlng and rosoluting with a fire brother take3 Jtfti part in the matze biscuit in iew lorkCity and I wouldnt care to say how fearfully discomfiture this woman afterward In- Â¬ and a copiousness which show that his buslnoss of thebut littlo ffrtl great houso and rarely that preferred by all strictly orthodox disappointed I was when I picked up closed other letters to a banking houso spirit is not wholly broken however puts in an appearance in by hand under the suF right as the cm St Swithins Jews is makethe Grand Rabbi Joseph Â¬ tho Enterprise tho next day and looked in this city with a request to drop much it may have beon cowed by long- Â¬ Lane Ho is pervision of Quay Wanamaker anraBlley to a somewhat delicate for my funny report It was as coldly them in tho post oflico A representa Â¬ standing abuses not tho less effective looking man 2 a bribe it to vote that way last fall of fair comploxion with Before this Jfcraincnt rabbi came hero stupid as a patent offlco tive of tho firm brought them to the because thoy were unpercclved by the a mild kindly face A liberal ptton from Russ-3- - matzes were mado by tliere is a hereafter and a red prom 7V J report I wept scalding tears and left postmasters room when the hand- - deluded victim For a wonder ho has of tho drama he is raroly absent from machinery Vn Even now they aro so Irot hereafter at that Louisville From a iHSaJlaaaaMllSaaaHiJK the office On tho street I met tho writing was readily identified The discovered that high priced twine his box at tho opera or his stall at the mndo by 3Trtain Hebrew rabbis but duce the foiioTanatKgbgpmmiin Time compositor who had taken such pains banking houso returned them to the doosnt mean high priced wheat that is coprary to all customs and no not by a jugful Ho might have theater on first nights and ho num- Â¬ tradition to fix my story for mo Ho looked so sender TOBACa553S3tlSSMaa1 in tho Norfolk street takbers among his friends many of the lite Kentucky Fish and Game happy wiSoa he told m how ho had er- wheil Grand Kabbi Josephs ap- Â¬ Another reason for sending letters found out some time ago If ho had leading members of the profession Association an organization with Bowling Gieen vie is been tfcs means of keeping me out of In this way is that people sometimes pleased to inquire that high priced He Is in the Prince of Wales and proved mi f e is mado sixty girls and nfgn headquarters at Louisville has flflv trouble with the managers of tho pa like to mako others believe that they lumber iron steel woolens and cot- Â¬ Is on torms of intimacy with set employed The flour the heir women determined to make a strong effort with only ten WceBLD pe bat T hadnt the heart to tell him aro in places remote from where they tons were equally ineffectual in mak apparent But HMOS tho dough is mado is from whi it is as an owner of specially tftund in ing high priced grain but he has been to protect the Fish and Game of be set Clarksville a mill at West waf a fool he actually was I was actually are A man wrote from To so busy preserving his country from race horses that Leopold de Rothschild ncHpoB sorry aflwrward that I didnt do sohow the counties coinposione Beauty of Design Nyack b rf Jews the State from unlawful destrucfrom carefully peka Kas inclosing six postal cards is perhaps best known to the ever Or I discovered that for years he addressed to a3 many young ladles In tho hated rebel and tho accursed Brit- Â¬ English Vheat Great care is tion Among other things they the 29th twenty per cdaptabllltyforstand people While lacking selected isher that he really hasnt time to ex-Â¬ told the story of how he had saved me Leavenworth get HUTS In an explanatory noto amine the facts Ho has just propose to offer a reward of 20 boro district same dae have no equal lato uncles enthusiasm in taken t ft no impurities SHIRTS COLLARS voted to his CUFFS in pursuit of tho lor the conviction of any and all Fulton or Purchase -- wanted for FiV8 YcaiS from disgrace thehalf of the newspaper tho sender stated that he was a resi Â¬ keep up his homo markot and to his national iuto tho heat After it is ground offices west of Mississippi rlvor He dent of Leavenworth was temporarily live per ceiltj Mayl daranteed to every parehaser sport of Britons he maintains a largo a samples carried to Grand Rabbi persons guilty of using dynamite enable Mr Carnegie to pay high was an old man and so I think that ho visiting in Topeka and that ho wanted stable of thoroughbreds at Newmar-Â¬ Joseph W he approves of It if it to destroy lish This may do per cent AkfSinufactare the must be dead by this time If ho isnt his young lady friends to think ho was wages awoetly trustful in the gilded With his ket whoro he also has a residence meets h requirements some good coupled with the line PaducahdTERIilNG ho is probably tolling his version of In Boston Tho postal cards bore tho promises of the prophets of hfgh taxes 3 put It is a hopeful sign that he has at last and it may bo fairly said that thoro consent 19 to In clean now barrels TM eeeribed by the law for the Liexing Factories Derby Conn ti N Y Evening Sun tho story yet tho bakeshop and broflbbt Information that ho had ascended opened The his eyes and thrown off his are no colors moro popular on tho turf barrels offense which may be any sum Pleas flour aro stowed carefully Bunkor Hill monument had seen the lethargy than the Rothschild blue and yollow SMITH NIXON SEVERE CRITICISM Cave It bodes no good to the old state house and the old South kings and barons not exceeding 20 One cstlmablo characteristic of tho alongsidjfthe wall Two men knead WlIOLELALE ItElItESENTATIVKS Tho enemy in sight the 3 How a Tounfr Man Wai Cured of the Poetic church and that ho had acquired a in wooden dlshos one car-Â¬ Is tho twine trust but the honest farm- Â¬ English Rothschild may be noted as tho douft 24 26 W 4th St Cincinnati Sin iever by a Wle rather The Lexington Press says fund of knowledge about Boston tho er will presently see the common possession of each of tho ries flouand another water from op N Broadway Lexington Ky behind that the A slight incident may chango a per recital of which would greatly inter- Â¬ serriod ranks ot the John Young Brown has enter over t j494 Z- three brothers Their charity knows posito corners There is one man to sons entire careor A distinguished est his friends on his return to Kan Â¬ combines and protectsother trusts will no limit their sympathy once enlisted ladle the flouf from the bin Into tho od into training for the Guberna- settii and thon Massachusetts lawyer relates tho fol- Â¬ sas Ma It must havo been mado pretty oome the deluge Meanwhile tho hra on behalf of a worthy object Their wooden dougH tray another to pour a torial Derby of 91 and further a a lowing story in hot for tho fellow when ho sprung his cat farmer is doing some thinking on names aro never missing from any cup of frator nto tho tray afterward rlBi0aSaUfl8XaSaBVlscMKC9i 1 adds that Lieut Gov Bryan of I think it is very likely that I recollections TS8gSrZ2XrffiA Is nbsoluti ly necessary that there the proi Covington has put himself into to give auct MA K1S11I - w ij itvarf I should have been a poet and perhaps girls on his of Bunkor Hill on tho his own account He is putting two public subscription list while their It est 45- relia m mitijsusm mrtkv return to Leavenworth and two together and finding out that private benevolences arc over dis- Â¬ should bo tw j mon as If only ono ggggs a struggling literary man by occupaaar reKarffci vac BA Che hands of his friends and says so in our next Wo havo some regular customers An tho sum of the addition Is four When pensed with open hand and presum Â¬ wore oinployofl specks of flour would tion if it had not been for a criticism kn tvrt Anile nfllin Kfnfn irrill individual in Groton Mass sends he has got far enough along In The repori IfiUbW mi lmuii ii u TM in ii ui Philadelphia get lnt the ater and drops of water which my father once passed upon one his ably cheerful heart pitfed against each other Of Bowling Gre Into to flout and the flour might regularly under cover letters for the practical arithmetic to determine that Times of my early efforts r course the center of the State will got sor-- Tba two men rest while not great and mighty of the earth Ho if ho gives 1000 worth of wheat for ceived siuce I had just entered college and was A Girl Should Learn pourirff flour or wator into tho dough out no figure in the light Oh past two or t 500 worth of goods ho is out of pocket full of literary enthusiasm when I be- Â¬ rarely addresses a letter to an official trays and u itil tho dough is carried ranking lower than a United States tho whole difference whether that To sow no it never does If the icicle came seized with an inspiration to Into tjQ adj rtnlng room The dough Senator or a foreign Ambassador He difference be collected by tho Govern- Â¬ To cook from Scott would only conclude I Oi7X--J5Is knefttod hi rd and core is taken to VZR2S iV write a poem on Tho Destiny of Amer Â¬ Is evidontly a fellow who gives tips In ment for revenue or by Mr Carnegie Early To mend to thaw out there would be such looked in Ifc ica prevejtjmp irities from getting into THE BODESDALE ADDITION K NOW ON THE MARKBT diplomacy Boston Herald bettefj To bo gentle for protection it will bo just as well I had burned a groat dealCjmijU a deluge as never was seen siipcc urougnt WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE it arywheroi It- Is now a roll of To value time for- statesmen of tho McKInlov and NONE HeJjip A night oil over the effusion andlfiad Noah and it is a fact that he nay bug a vai CLARKSOJtiS MEAT AXE doucjif weigjhlng about ten rjounds ELSE NEED APPLY all cotA o tafce tothowobdsr --z To dress neatly imnaaHsoWbo polished it up to mv SatlsfactlrinTwnnn 1 A r taU t consent to do it Mn Thisl Is cu into chunks by ono HfMr nnvDUiriJ atfrtloajIeaororfli3errTce Ha- In Wester j finatty ventured with feeling9jn- 618fU QSJ Ifjbo too hot to3iold yytKt iViT tw MU all Llees man and ct rried by another to tho Bfe ii urn nfn tlK1 Nomanrnt TST j aiuyn ana voutical uoneaty eifllLflM- - indaiUA tn uihmiflitnnS wonvh who proceed to roll out the Itf tfiat th spirit aa 4U TOttVOlfraKT- Ttotajk Tktrti u4 Etfgaft -i U ill rrkdMl TtlsU chu3 intOj lat dough Men pick up inojtjKfl wan gir juame celIbraYSd Jmen C I St I A C KVHn thxhre at all Coupon Ticket the fat pioc s and toss them to another was Speaker appointed a committee darn Socgtngs Paget IhTonghnnt the conntrr no wan siHiOfBi jroBlU a HK gevrWd with General Butler The Annoyances aotl set p men who roll ovor them two at its head to ex Â¬ To respect old ago They Aro Subjected Which uro JOHN ECAK Genir as 4 Ttt Agent sets bf wheels impressina littlo dia- - Will be sold on following terms Twenty Five Dollars w4 ecute a war dance on tho principlo of S Distinguished characters aro fear- Â¬ To make good bread hafciHee in Ir So you have vnttrtj cnrciyvTTQ tcm e ns on thja biscuits They are then raents of S150 ou Saturday of each week to be paid to Civil Servico reform is again at tho fully persecuted In this Ropublic BETWEEN To keep a house tidy Dr W G Whiles said ho Let me read it z ibbr upoi a ladle holm in Washington Another man taryof the Richmond B pjaea Within one To control her temper L Corporation who will I sat In trepidation while he strug- Â¬ month after his Inauguration Presi- Â¬ Written at by irrepressible correspond- Â¬ OXJE T fe them Into an oven pull- - No Interest will Ivw fhnrrr kcPs snovi ents for tho sako of their autographs nnati To be above gossiping IAWEEK gled through the rather Jong effort dent Harrison uiCiia e money uiiin alter Uh exirffat is fnithem ou and tossing them upon 14 months from Z has completely sot at written about by people who know no To make a home happy CubSstem date of sale thereafter 6 per cent wU be Finally he finished and lef ked over at rest all foolish forebodings es Th women first Button the h ooveawnt that his more of their tastes habits and privato To take care of tho sick chase money remaining unpaid ajlBan TIME 27 IMTTNS By this method parties oan by rtr u r ai dd gh with heir hands a3EB was to be a namby pamby ft While this is a good lot at a pursuits than of tho manners and cus- Â¬ To humor across old man small price on eay term- - without interest ami free ami n SCKHR TJU wfc - TT SSi Have you e aJIo at UaaU ow comes with sand paper administration It is already toms of tho antediluvians waylaid by Ja of ek To marry a man for his worth Any joung man In Richmond can buy one or more of D HAHBuat ca om llic iDftdwaw yhjhrimjMgiuahtiutC apparent that for the next four years celebrity hunters who combine the ut- Â¬ a glassa d removes any specks of these lots and pT To be a holpmate to a husband DAT OaaErlSM without feeling the burden In the very near future i gh frotj I a aSaaaBa laBBBHVO Mil-1 ttSVI di the rolling pins Tho this is to bo a government ol the termost pertinacity with the most sub- Â¬ this property wlll To take plenty of active exercise AWD LEEKEI Fi urk -iJaH op iwour entire satis ion atari j closo together ami beat a mucn more uian u s now selling at The city k rapidly TU boys by the and for tho boys lime assurance tracked from plaeo to JaK Htl Tair lllaWt rt il P tcaA frota aaW To seo a mouso without screaming extending In tll RtfH Through WIthatft t vnw hobcu traiM tinuous tattoo Upon the board The reellon nml will ilitrruii Charfga fiatfBaF 1 and that no ono is ellgiul to share In placo by tho press compolled to un- Â¬ l To read somo books besides novels c raouci tuch CiemLcr onlv nC iHtormatk Of matzes can onlv bn rnrriwi Y e elr Z ou W - u aril w vrc n its beneficence unless his Republican- Â¬ dergo inquisitorial r br11 a a uu ciaa wm To tortures in tho u x AKHisfi Klchmou and 110 3IILES THE SHORTEST aora nr yoor saonty than ary enc else 4 very fair piece of composition ism Is of the Tom Piatt and block of shape of public reception besieged To bo llght heartod wont fleet footed o daring ttayllght The matzes sold aad why we are doisr tin 1nt wear shoes that cramp the a ebut ono criticism to offer ivaccfa U jocm in ihe voiU We tell 1 HOims THE QTJICIvEST athls bak fcry bring eloven and twelve five brand When that noble Sunday in their domlcilos and at public hotels feet foaly firw quality good but oart ta a p pund while tho machine- UD eaeorlv Wliat is it School superintendent Mr Wana- Â¬ at BKTWRRN To be a womanly woman undor all aoooi nit oeien cet Lr ce l unseasonable hours with brass efrPH usfcbd ide fetch six and seven cents Just iaudqaalur OarSlOBltvrrWfl t maker was appointed to the offlco of bands and torches and other blatant circumstances St Louis Cincinnati Jacksonville Floridaf 9 Srlr nnSt SBhaWtfaci fire Postmaster General it was universally and loraras over a finor and more cost-spectacular devices f- TJLiIJi 23 HOURS until i i c uu ii i matze i baked for tho holy men avuii hub uiv laumr txirow conceded to bo a buslncss llke stroke thoy outrage truth by coming J Tlie Only Line Ttiinniiirr rtnnruug a raa wfivu iiniriiM9XtHaaij i mod rkmy poem into the fire p Open Fact of political sagacity which liquidated forward and declaring Hebrews Frank Leslies THE LAST TRUMPET ut oojlitr joffened Cold bleeping Care Cincinnati to Jack that words AaencaBLevtrWalcaoianijri- - t I eekly I thought this very graphic critl- a 10000 obligation on the ono are inadequate to express sonville Without Change WW 1 It U fUly equal 13 anri their grati- Â¬ A Device of Tarlf Quack to Swindle Per Dont be caaght by that cheap bait and clap trap nnfom- 1vn9ttAitiMtf on 21 vatcfasc bllU by others We find iu- nMW HUH OUtUlU Ub iu L1U1U hand and promised a business- Â¬ tude to their too partial fellow citi- Â¬ inere an son Who Are Deaf era who bait their advertisements with anKlaxs Si Oold Case much h ure Attar of nou call tho structure and ex- - like administration of postal busi- Â¬ zens cheese j oat to thoy must ono would think The last trumpet trick Is the Mrrfceafcle than CpsJiofflMf the poem I have no doubt victim inside ay Solid Gold Case that can be uU at ness on the And in curse tho hour when they were born latest device of Paris quacks other lea than double ibe money at cbeap The The ro i9 gardens of Ghazoporo a FHOM JUNCTION CITY TO Wis perfectly just My sub- - this President the olHl cates are iarariably tbm weak showed a or at any rate tho unhappy morning police are at present looking for sev lown of 1 irltish India are fields in t low qoabty and wortbieu after better knowledge has con- - very long head Mr Wanamakers at- Â¬ CHATTANOOGA -when they woke and found themselves oral charlatans who have boon en-Â¬ ivhich sm Ji roso bushes are planted in a ubiom vaincoatalns T rinva nn mnnv timoa tlint tention had beon attracted to tho ex famous And yet such is niimnuus imoartant ngtmit BIRMINGHAM OWS deavoring In thn 1 proveraesta of ital fcaportaave If you are a man nse good judgment Dont aeenrl m whatever and that being portness shown by ono John S Clark sistency of human nature the incon- Â¬ swindling to reap golden harvests by lth blotsoms mnrnlnrr lh M MERIDIAN tho eminent but before mfd rf Dutfirf JUrJStZ away by that parol gabbleCheaD I Cham have Jt was no more nor less than son In handling the mailing lists of tho personages aro envied by tho undistin- Â¬ gontry has beondeaf Ono of those these UmJc UtTcow control eaeUlarely It run to earth and his JAOlvSON moycqB3 for accuracy apDearanee - dura nroall gathered and their leaves loHbal for my father who aulcklv Voice the Prohibition organ in New guished throng who make 5 1tS11 unity and anX F it their Instruments as well as his prescrip- Â¬ us40u ilia Ciaj suns with twice their goods and pnees MiLenncr iiT VICKSBURG cIrC the want of merit in my York which ho obtained surrepti- Â¬ business to worry them jnT 1 I vursiiOOHall tions andgenoral system of operations weight lh water The water which peciaUy MOBILE 3Srss9to eave me all further waste of tiously and carried to the headquar- Â¬ rd No maa who has risen the tenth of a navo oeen brought to light It ap- Â¬ qotnes over is placed In open vessels ters of V7i moiln Ka tsux Huntlnc vviose uouneeilou Made at New Or E4hat direction Youths Com mittee the National Campaign Com- Â¬ cubit ajdve tho level of the mass but pears the follow and his co workers covered iith a moist muslin cloth to t ijw with the greatest celerity and has Sis vociferous admirers Every were In tho n MayiX nC leans vtllli bmilieni Puciflo habit of selecting prosper- - Iriwin nut l 1 Ji a ano-- mes ana ex Wa L uual ill- - uiuiui 1our wen produce r without losing apiece of the precious M1r and Texas PcJflc for ical star of whatever satellites ous patients to whom they promisod posea aie night to the cool air In tho the goods that talk Belle iEvotution of the Citv r7fc8KejpUfifleWalfiiiClBiiCfl lU The Voice made a great mail matter- ery official comet a talL Confiirlnr- - complete cures Thoy first projoctodi mornlnif a thin film of oil has collected a luu best place to buy your BOOff Texas Mexico California Baala C 1 8n EiHtfu ado over Mr Clarkson s connectlo 064 BMfijrr ST PWUSA tk ijFashion in an art gallery ing that each malo unit of our popula me oiectric light Into the ear of an ill on tne ip which is swent off rith a siinws Kespectfully 1 12 Hours Quicker than any other Line retnarkably nico young lady with its mailing list and Mr Wa Aceats Vanted tion is a sovereign and at least as good fated victim then they stuplfied hlmf featherand carefully transferred to a tixr Watch Uuistor 100 maker being a prohibltionlst1 Silking to as any Direct Coaitectioa Madent ShrcvenorLj lliial This is repeated nlffht ex strangeother man if not bettor it is by poking at his tympanum with ape-Da Fashion Yes but I con- - urally accepted Its eulogies of rfr 2I2SSV Wa HtMlo JJAyr 41- that Americans should be so uui pparams ana nnaiiy the swiiiiT with IVxas and Pacific By r iui nearly the whole of the portnoss as a disinterested tbuto to much addicted to u o TIKST MRKST KlCHMOMB -n ifl t to drop tho acquaintance ll man worship But dling part of tho performance began oil Is Isenarated Irom tho water tTiiuutit iranwier lur 32 5 quarlficatv8 to hold so it Is in no country In the n she belonged in some mld- - Mr Clarkson Tho head chnrlnnn miimiTMii 4UVVUU Twent thousand roses aro requh1 Nothern Tcsas He2ico California uu uiutw to any place in tho PosfU1CO fiepan celebrities 6o persecuted world arc ear of t or leuioijSHnfSrerv other tho deaf man through a trum yield rupoe wolght less than half 0 WX17 KeSES with syco- Â¬ ana tne west ff n ira D 1 885 ld Gold WKa1 W aaftaST I sure I have seen her ment lower than thosllnastr-Gcn-oralshl- p oMf rHK lUUUtTI Do you hear mo It wns not an ou o of oil which sells for fifty recognized tho phantic attentions as in the land where pet Jggji igBata a brown stono front as if sho for whlch For Rates Maps c address all men are born equal --N Y Ledger intended that tho patient should heart dollar Pure attar of roses la seldom rtet ibMtM- Dre though I cant remember absolute fitness cnly ono morchant KBANK W WOOLEY S2S S7 met w h That which Is sold lit tfcU tho first States ThereaaaLeaaaSrKl7 t7C3E prince in the31 A now species of buffalo has beon ond or time nor oven tho sec- laaHaafflTr faf riT aM LaaV M rCBU alMWllka irav Pass Agt Lexinginn Ky ire the house was third but after add counij- - 13 rmiited with sandal wood JIr- - Clarkson as his discovered by l rtt -Prof Stcoro of tho Ann wonai msortlons of affflay be but I discovered that fore ho nap and ma Mnn on nv H oJ with sweet salad Vi liVfcnniBHcito iSfcmF-a T i P oils House Â¬ Pavo iibi vyiiaituitonga ienn Tih e doesnt know wheat from rye never first asslsJ1decapitation into his hands Arbor University Tho animal was trumpet wns applied instruments thf wife torrttK wtaa ot UrrM4U- again and and appolnt discovered on Mindoro Island ono of quack asked 4 arned tho difference between a Jersey the nnmplea TBMMjBpta as his question in a voice V ii as it wstefc w m4 men though out tho Union reserving the Philippine group It resembles tho S93 Culture Genl Mgr I had no idea you Gen Pass Agt E clow and a Hotetein wouldnt know a j0uhsoh me control of tho post- - Amorican thunder and was ahawored j by- - tH tao to ya u3 JKtTKS buffalo somewhat In appearÂ¬ Ue pile of phosphate from a load of ma weroJiglish Mr Standlsh I thought TST row r nwtr TtaS AT H1GHLAHD PARK FOB Cincinnati O co a lliuatiolpaia IcJttho business j uo vcum was men gol you vere an American aasrv sr T till WTnteh ance but has habits similar to those of iMttar nure and couldnt toll a razor back hog StntifliQi tcrasta of Wanamaker merchant tho hippopotamus A specimen which that he had somo medicine tojtakl an il T lTm an Englishman Mrhum n vv Aaav 8l2IorUat3LalOf from a Chester white uorao injections to make mignt suirer through the selection of tho professor brought 27 26 bred Miss Culture jnaoear homo will l o cuiar organs whoreuponIntohiajmr Indeed You some political hack to tond his mails h mounted and placed In tho university 4i03 she may live In a brown s by ReI WHka dm k- - i TX7 gooa English tor an lighted ho paid his fee and boughn TT Tn this Mr Wanamaker demonstrated museum theP lititlfa not n full trnvMnntttinflia Engllijnnn Puck only the alleged medicaments bat8 dam by GUIs Vermont SrtTfaS that he possessed tho capacity to look I is too poor to own a country Dacon White Sister Jcmcs outior number one with which the You know nothing of tho pecul- Â¬ pawnt ana omnipotent silver e Pniladelphla Ilecord trumpet as well The victims V10 what sems to be do raattah with B rud Â¬ world that buys at his store has credit- Â¬ iar fascination offered by debate said yen very ed him Mrs JonesriA nt tho educated darky to his illiterate were not only defrauded but rondeied der Joies wngon will doiiverice in any My Skunk hunting has lah by AbdaHah sire of Kjsdkks Wrt Arnold Bro want to Si0 more uoal than evnr nw njU The pelt is Mr Clarkson know what the Presi Â¬ brother r tof the oity every iHerBing at the Yes sah I doea profitable in Connecticj - zus said tho 2r WL WiH pay valuable to make Int XD ericas sable dent and Mr Wanamaker expected of latter Icotter bigoat flsh wunst rrMrtTM nnee Mja Jettve -orders at iStflShPIBiEte1 Pn by Those who j erou Mm and was too anxious tosee tho de peculyer fascemashjun ETSWii ia goo for effaced by fi 3XJHN35 fVV 1 amount of live el chipjfy twftgte Uk tfeg da bait Ximo ittl9 OeUatAe lt1 yl K QRlffl CflUL B RftW Pm lT V wU cUtrltable Hot Stapld MARK TWAIN1S STORY Compotltcr RECEIVED HUNDER COVEll A Peculiar Dovlco to Which Some Peopla Itciort In Mailing Letter Jf X r j SkH M Lexington Sataf ir- S YSjt- l1flltm- K JBr -- lH ipn aV 4F 4Br Absolutely Pure V Jf iojii I jHg Ie tqin St at rpn handle of the axq entrusted to his keep ing so ho began laying about him with all the iudlsorlmlnato energy of a boy with his first hatchet Whorcvor he saw a Democratic postmaster his little nxe fell with unerring celerity He never had to strike twico to sever an offensive partisan head from the office that supp irVad It Only one consid- Â¬ eration restrained hira from removing every Bourbon head with one loll sweep of his rooking axe It Was necessary to make out commissions to fill vacan Â¬ cies as rapidly ai these woro made and so ho Is forced to prolong tho agony But with his enjoyment of tho task this can not bo considered Uncongenial e tension of Ills labors How he per- Â¬ forms his shard in the glorious priv- Â¬ ilege of giving us a first class mail service may bo gathered from tho following Congress- Â¬ account of man Owen of Indianas viiit to 1 his shambles went in tho other day with a long list of Kopub Hcan natriC3 1 wanted favored and asked that as hiany Democrats bo turned out General Clarksorf took my paper and after running over It hastily said that a now rule had beeH established by which men in Congress would be required to set down opposite each came and post offico where cbangos aro desired the amount of salary tho positions pay I replied that if nothing more wns required I could boon comply and stepping out- Â¬ side picked up a bluo book and within ten minutes filled in tho twenty dri thirty places v hero tho amount of sat- - J THE ENGLISH ROTHSCHILDS FULtgCf gfc g ial SHAGKELFORD GENT horrbJ neftf ip The Vandivi v - ae Tite Hawort The Bell Cit The Key Stoij The Olive The Big Inju The Hones The Excelled The Genir The Klonarc Home Fjbe Spoiw J f Old HicXxorU 1 ien J9E Hf li ttucir I - Hardware Worl1 ti They are hustlers from away Sell TEES BEST of EVERYTHM Known io fhe i- shackelfoedget 1 JHL JrSyho -- THE CORNER CXOTHI TH 4P sBK Bn nt3--lI- LrlKi avlo -- Irw iJ mEAlLATOR v1 yj Sger aafaraCTsra- sg LS oo3 mnn-of-w- Sd J 1K1 fSSSrVee9- UaopTHLYICKNESS lap WL and First Streets - j i P GaLaOTzzixarc A BIG- STOCK OF bt ld rr All sizes shapes ages and kinds of and boys can find precisely what they w No matter how fat or how lean or tall or how small White can fit you Â¬ Wosld-Renou-ne-d OMGA Suspenders Handkerchiefs Gloves Neckties Umbrellas Waiting Gam Â¬ Â¬ a3 vSSSTii 1 TRUNKS YALISES and everything in his line -- aW BODB8DALI reW lhV etrgd - Sr rTict iles 8 Hours the Quickest h iPFmiwmiu Liwmm----J njiinl a- isofvip Hua wti i TwfeSW tiLi fo nkLmtmhv Twenty Six Lots 50x250 Fetj m nk Jjii m E 71 -- yhuili sS milk-and-wat- er inaf w wintMzt tcfe H3Sai L Fli i i t m at E 4 -- reeem ij j olSZr ri 1 i5t Globe-Democr- at Vl iA af L TY 9 JLJtSt f M S3l - mcX01 theshortlik 1 fW u L Are You a Man or a Moui ihJFvZTJ r fi teSflJiJtRanairv rr T- r-- 11 COME AND SEE t- li 1 iifnr t 1 Vall -- rzm ri rl i uni m aJB mm VAtlllL I McKEETRAYNOlt Richmond ICentnclry TT -- rVTMiS- T iS ST1LLI0HS IOOOOO Pound 1 ICE COLD ICE tvtr I00L fAITE vjvr TflTTNT ULTIMUS miriIlJeuldf SJSaSMfc aai i ViL EO toi25 5 Sfc9laaaaa careg JSSFsZ - Jt