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OLTJME in High - Pressure IJvins tliaracterizes these hioderhdaV The teiilt Is ft fearful increase ot Brain and Heart Diseases General De bility Insomnia Paralysis and In canity Chloral and Morphia augment thti ovil The medicine best adapted to do permanent good is Ayers Sar- Â¬ saparilla It purines enriches and ltalizes the blood and thus strengthens every function and faculty ot tho body I havo used Ayers Sarsaparilla in my family for years I have found it invaluabhs as RICHMOND rULL OF MADISON COpNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY Photographing JULY 3 1889 MB T715 ir Ttf lTAV 4ft- - VrttJU10 Ft JV3AViTTETCJ L FUfi I A WILKES SMITH 2Dorrtal pB Limited to Dentistry tf hfws g oo to istoo M K E Smith BuHdintrMaln Street M too to iun2 ORGAN D D S fFICE r Main Mreet overlndi- ml Bank Richmond Ky tt CREED -- D D A KlfiKsVILLE KY tfli e at Fimicll Uwmleuce rilini IHie rrlalninfr to the i ui 47- - FR J M POYNTZ tAX AND SURGEON - WE- Sccoml street nest to s Drug Store june22lf W EVANS M D AND 5ICIAN SURGEON ICE Kecoml street 21 f t have been a practicing physician for over half a century and during that time I have never found so powerful and reliable an alterative and blood pdrifier as Ayers SarsapariUa Dr II Mazstart Louisville Ky rcrryllh for ifervoua DebHity cansed by an in active liver and a low state ot the blood Henry Bacon Xenia Ohio For somo time I have been troubled wfth heart disease I never found any thing to help mo until I began using Ayers Sarsaparilla I havo only used this medicine sir months but it has re- Â¬ lieved me from my trouble and enabled wo to resume work J P Cartanett Cue Ayers Sarsaparilla Dr T J TAYLOR tttoiif r hi Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY ICE- - S cond btreetover Dykes ry Blurt juiitfHt J Ayer tt rrleetl ill boUk a TRErAEED BY Co 6 Lowell Mas Worth ft 5 a bottlev 43 WHOLE SOLED JOHN M FOSTER i MAIN STREET Door to Iiiixon8 Up Stairs ut Cor Main him Tales 3reeU tr HM Wallace I Rice PHIL ROBERTS his infrSsioiMil servhws to the tti cniK store luliiUiml Ky OM The extensive dealers in lou er Main jub27 ly D Sloe Ui ems Fiirmsli 112 Gooos at No MAN ARD SURGEON WHITE HALL KY is professional services SEHTiM aa Hats to the 17 iyr iheir 104 West Main Street Richmond Ivy have received S M LETCHER AND BURP- lKvrAN IICHMOND KENTUC tH-- tt Smith iluikiing nu Main jHiily Spring and Summer Stock and it is milch larger than they Iiave ever belore handled But BRIGHT M D SICIAN and SURGEON RICHMOND KY c in Smith BwiWiHg on Main rt lial Htteniion given to Mlcrosenp- xnpiiiiiitiois of Chemical es and lluids of the human body 1 their prices are too larger than fore They have OF be- Â¬ Every Grade and Variety BOOTS itlf R C S HOLTON Eopithic M line of GENTLEMENS SHOES that the public could wish Their Physician awl Surgeen FvTIIMJND 01c JC KENTUQKV I M UriiclitV Jtors S30 t to 40 m UtfcmJ r u ltd n l 11 PxrletttK treated at a Wn- iMcnpuliic medicliM et to hihj M ly Sf0l HIGH CUT LAOED CALF SKIN SHOES is Gspecjnrly full Tho same in Also Goat - JR H R GIBSON Congress and Buttons tuiotui iii Medicine Surgery and Kangaroo Both RED HOUSE KY E T BURNAM Errii Ilur- 22 and American Cull- corney at Law7 A The new and popular Ooze Calf with Taufox RICHMOM on First Street KENTUCKY R VICEwifiC F June It IS LADIES SHOES THEY HAVE ALL Til AT -- J A SULLIVAN XeaOT ftitornev Jr French Medium and Common RICHMOND KENTUCKY Sense heels in Oxford Ties Low TF rCE mi Fin t Btree gampr ne irery occupied hy County Judge Buttons Newport Ties and Brazon oct6 ly Adonis Uucfcles h at The Best Markets Afford C S Lttorney at POWELL RICHMOND KY A fyree An Second tHreet June 22 tf Lawi IN -- TRFA HAVE THE HATS Goods Knox Stetson JUarwick and Inla loo Austin Drew Ihiaz Gas and Steam Fittin both hard and soft A Full Line of iin lppaiing a Specially All of 11 I M McCARTY irmor 4 runls lPl t Leave order Gmb V G at Ronanza Whites Drug Store Works GENTS Furnishing including Monurch Shirts E Wi THOMAS B AXKES and Coon Collars and Cuffs eal Ecfate and General NECKWEAR IN PROFUSION Collecting Agency ntion paid lo the sac Real E4tc and to the iv ngc I a ndhofaccoojHs- - 4740 k n -- fcial jtt Gloves in great variety An assortment ot Silk and Linen Dtnd kcrohiefs Â¬ 3jsr and Original Designs -- OF Hosiery of Every Grade UMBRELLAS in silk and other goods with assorted handles ARTTSTIO 0 iU Elegant line of Shirt Jewelry 111 E NTS 41 40 lite and Marble CHICKEN Cholera Cure Thousands of dollars worth of chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ era It is more fatal to chickens tban all other diseases combined Btit the discovery of a remedy thatjxsfrrel cures it has been mader and to be con- Â¬ vinced of its efficacy only requires a trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for V F one hundred chickens It is guar I Sw --irvti tmvr iffl7siirui anteed If after using two thirds of bottle the buyer is not thoroughly SLHffnW W VL t bia- - iirkiiifnTti it as 4 cure for Chicken 4I rikh rt return kxo tne unaersignea 1 A ir ur aoner will be refunded wfDAM- WGm Kv w BROOKS STOCKTON SB taii M WVf Â¬ xiota -- El twplrSLi MARVELOUS DEPRAVITY Where the aiost Wonderful of Nature Are Massed How a Ganjr of FrVnchISarElitrs Abased Freaks Auurv uchtfr A combined offort is nowbelng mado One or Their VletlnMi In any othrr country than our own uJJl to secure a representation of tho entiro That mournful establishment tho tho opportunities of finding such a surface of tho heavons by photography Ecction of land where all tho most morgue was surrounded by a howling A congress met In Paris under tho wonderful attractions of nature nro and angry mob yesterday The burg lars who plundered the villa at Auteuil presidency of Admiral Mouchez con Â¬ massed would havo been impossible G Tho first real Information of Won- Â¬ the other night and cut the throat of sisting of astronomers from nil parte of tho World and tho conditions under derland with ltd goysors Its volcanio the caretaker of the house were taken which this stupendous survey of tho formations its rushlrtrf watora its to tho morgue for the purpose of the canyons came irt 18G3 Before that tuual information with the corpse of universo wns to bo undertaken Were thefi decided BUl iuo operations aro the victim and as they were entering save tho vague stories of tho trappers there Was ildthiiig kddwn of tho Yel- Â¬ nnd leaving tho dead house the people divided among a number of observa Â¬ tories situated over tho world and lowstone region Thosd OdvonturouS roared and made ineffectual dashes at fWirliPt Wt- each of them undertakes to photograph hunters had told tho truth but thoy thetti M Guillot the Juge destruc were not believed tion had arranged ikti extra dramatic on plates ot a uniform sizo a certain Captain De Lacys report written by bit of business for the occdbidif having region of the heavens a competont officer at once attracted brought down to tho mortuary Mme Tho work has been entered upon attention In 1871 Dr Hayden went Bourbon the mother of the man who with tho hcartlost onthusiasm and oro to tho Yellowstone region studied it had been murdered by the burglars many years havo elapsed wo may an- Â¬ in detail nnd prosontcd a careful sum- - Tho magistrate had done this for the ticipate being 13 laslfesloR of what Wa r Ht his Htfrtlnrttlinrtfl trt Cnnrrmsx Will practically bo a photograph of purpose of making an Impression on Abod ali Dr Itnyddrf urgti thiit tho tha miscreants who are all bardned th e entire heavens This great pieco whole section should bo 3et apart by in crime and witoin tiie mere spectacle of work will provido us with tho Congress for tho benefit and enjoy Â¬ of a dead body would not mov moans of making a reasonably com- Â¬ ment of tho peoplo and this wiso plete Inventory of tho entire contents Allorto the Italian who was measure was carried out In 1872 of that small portion of tho universe tured the night of the burglary was The Yellowstone National Park lies the first prisoner examined at the which lies within the reach of our In Â¬ in tho northwestern cored Of Wyo morgue He said that when he and strument That all tho stars which his confederates went into tho draw ming with small portions of it oxtend can bo exhibited on long exposed plates ing into Idaho and Montana Its ing room of the villa thoy snw Bour shall ever bo completely catalogued is length is 55 miles width 65 It cort don pretending to be fnot telep on his a tadk as much btivond our noxor to laiflg 8575 square miles Or 2228000 iron cot Loptatil as It ffdutd to Id 6btiin a de Thereupon they danced acrei The lowest level at Gardiners around him and Cuthelin one of the scriptive list of tho sofrcral pebbles on river is 5360 feet the highost Elec- Â¬ gang said- - Your last hour has come a sea beach or of the several loaves In an amplo forest tric Peak In tho Gallatin range being old chapH and struck him several 11155 feet abovo the sea Tho aver Â¬ tihlos in the face with his fistfl and Tho more modesi scheme has how- Â¬ age elevation pf tho plateau Is from then with a burglars chisel Allorto ever been suggested of taking tho two 7500 to 8500 feot The summer days according to his Own account mode million brightest stars and forming a are hot tho nights always cool In tho Bourddn kirn pale and greon by screw- Â¬ I complete catalogue of tHcnl In which wiriler tho Climate is arctic Horo the ing his wrist in a vise but the victim tjjoir brlghtdcsa add their absolute po Â¬ past changes of this planet Its prescni 6till affected to be asleep and a bur-Â¬ sitions In tho Heavens shall be given disturbances aro visible Tho forces glar named Seliier the Mancbol then with all attainable precision Even within this globe of ours never are at said We must finish him off aad this is a sufficiently magnificent under Â¬ rest If through tho funnels of vol- Â¬ stabbed him several times in the chest taking but it is within tho practical canoes Nature finds her safety valves limits of scientific enterprise and and stomach After that the band beÂ¬ It ought to bo done it must in tho Yellowstone Park the geysers gan to dance Cathelin and the fellow aro her lessor oscapo pipos nicknamed the Manchot intoning the bo done Not niono is it our mani- Â¬ Around what is called tho Uppor popular ditty Pore la Yiotairo fest duty to obtain a comprehensive Basin is tho Beehive with its cluster Finnlly Catholin who as Allorto said survey of that unlverso around us but Is n stage struck suggested that all of goysors One known as tho Grand thero aro many other speolal astro- Â¬ throws a jot of water 25 feet in diamo tho burglars should place their candles nomical problems that will bo largoly forwardqd by its accomplishment ter to a height of 250 foot and this around tho dead body as in the scene superb water spout has a duration of in Sardous Tosca There are some problems indeed which Paris Letter must remain unsolved So long as this not less thati twenty mlndtes There Is another famous geyser called Old EASTER LIFTING task remains To mention only a single ono of tho Faithful Geysers aro more or loss A Peculiar Custom Observed In the North- Â¬ questions for which the great survey is capricious as to their eruptions and ern Counties of Knclind imperatively demanded I may refer to aro disappointing to those who expect A peculiar Easter Sunday custom is tho interstellar motion of our solar that Nature carries a stop watch in her still in voguo In some of the northern system It is well known that our sun pockot Old Faithful is howevor tho countios of England On that day tho most methodical of geysers Out of men parade the streets with tho priv- Â¬ accompanied by the whole system ol planets is at present bound on a voy- tho cavern beneath him he draws up ilege of lifting every woman thdy tho water and shoots it into tho air at meet three times from the ground and agcniirough space Astronomy pre- Â¬ sents no grandor problem than tho dis- Â¬ regular Intervals of every fifty seven demanding in pay either a kiss or a minutes covery of tho circumstances of this sixpence On Easter Monday tho tables Paint Pols aro small basins about are turned tho women being entitled voyage Whence has our system come tbrco feot wldo where the escaping to the chance of recovering their kisses whither is it bound and with what steam finds an exit and thoy hold in or the sixpence as th easo may be Wo can never learn such par- Â¬ speed agitation compounds of siliceous clays ticulars as these without tho Informa Â¬ Book of Days thus al- Â¬ Chambers WE ARE AGENTS FOR which are pink brown blue and gray ludes to this custom of lifting tion that tho groat survoy would give In The Pulpit Terraces are a series of Lancashire and in Cheshire Stafford- Â¬ chant Traveler us Sir Bobert Hall iu Macmillans singularly beautiful stalacite basins shire and Warwickshire rind perpaps Magazine NEW YORK FASHIONS containing water charged with car-Â¬ in other counties the ridiculous custom bonic acid which holds in solution of lifting or heaving is practiced Itevlml or llm Slilrwil Slrnvf 1opaUr The movements As tho surplus On Easter Monday tho men lift the carbonate of lime Moilrlt for Sprln JaVltHU water trickles over them lime is do- - women and on Easter Tuesday the Shirred smocked pulled and JTIie Causes of the Shining To and Fro of by evaporation as a solid crust ft omen eloeveS which had largely the Tide or hive tho men The No movement of tho sea Is more im Â¬ iberty Cop owes its peculiar shape to prdeess lift jxrfonued by two lusty disappeared during the past winter on is the well known action of one of nat- men dr women joining their hands account of being too clumsy in heavy portant thad tho regular rise and fall ures solvents mntcrials havo reappeared fthd will Chco In about twQptjfour hours which across each others wrists thed mak- Â¬ Thero are many extinct geysers but ing the person to be heaved lt down on be much twit on law spripg and sum Â¬ wo know as the tide The movement C whenfSey ceased to spout no one csri their arms thoy lift him up aloft two These aro made in an is duo to the diffrenco between the at- Â¬ mer1 goYibs c eiidloss Variety of ways semo being tractions exerted by tho moon and sun tell There is nothing normal about or three tintes and often carry him tho Yollowstone Park because it is a several yards along tho street A plait el from the shoulder to the elbow upon tho solid earth and those oxerted tenter of volcanic activity It is Won Â¬ grave clergyman whe happened to be tho remainder closoly sbirred into a upon tho oceanic onvolopo Attrac-Â¬ derland nnd in Wonderland as far as passing through a townv a lancasmre tight fitting cufl or tho top Is smocked tion ds shown by Nowtdn varies not Vtnfrvm tho staid matter-of-facontours of tho on Eastor Tuesday and haJflg to Stay the bottom finely plaitTd and finished Only directly as tho mass but also in Â¬ J J go there can bo nothing which an hour or two at an inn was versely as the square of the distance earth with brinr stilching Others again aswdh is rigid have n puff on tlVj shoulder a closo thus at an equal distance one body Mount Evarts owos its name to a ed by threo or four lusty women rush Â¬ will oxert double tho attraction of anÂ¬ plain slcevo below with a deep Mr Evarts who was ono of tho ex-Â¬ ing into his room exclaiming thy had Â¬ 0 Cromwollian cuff but-Â¬ other of half tho mass but if the disTo lift meP repeat- Â¬ ploration party that visited tho geyser come to lift him toned up the back of tho arm as a tance of one body bo twice that of tho 45- ed tho amazed divine what can you First Street OWest CloUiins House in JBuJ basins In 1869 Mr Evarts when noar finish Numberless combinations are other nnd their massos equali tho at Why your reverence weve tho head of tho lake was lost and only mean traction of tho more distant will bo but made with these various elements causo its Eastor joined his party after suffering great como to lifo you Entirely cidbo fitting sleeves are very aquartor of that of tho nearer 0 Tuesday Lift me because it is Easter hardships Not far from Mount Evarta Tuesday Irimmcd at tho uppor arm near the immense mass of tho sun exerts in much Tc I dont understand Is thero aro tho Mammoth Hot Springs which tho shoulder oither with braids or spito of its greater distance a far Yes to be sure such a custom hero cover an area of three square miles chevrons gimp edgod points or silk greater attraction upon the earth as a Hero are terraces glittering in all all us womon was lifted yesterday and whole than the mooid cord ornaments in new devices to day And in course ASE BALL MAKING colors Certain portions of the Yel- Â¬ us lifts the men The difference however between Epaulets still appear alspjdjraRcries its our rights and dvjties After a or lace to produco the same effect thestInstatlr3Hro3rupon tho solid Machines Which Do Their Work Aoto lowstone country aro known as bad little further parley tho reverend lands Wherover volcanic action of traveler compromised with matlcall jr and with Grett Rapidity varying always of course with tho earth andits attraction upon tho his fair Tho enterprising boy who has batted a recent date has destroyed the ferÂ¬ visitors ocean is on account of Its distance stylo and character of the costume for half a crown and thus esÂ¬ sTho spring jacket Is inada of all but a small fraction oi its total at Â¬ tho covor off a base ball has probably tility Of the soil this name is given caped the compliment With its superb lakes rushing rivers Table Talk dreaded fabrics and in all shapes The chief traction whilst that between tho investigated its internal organization falls its canyons and geysers model is virtually a closely fitted moons attraction upon tho solid earth and knows of what it is made but water THE DEADLY OVERCOAT bodice with or without rovers braided and its attraction upon tho ocean ow-Â¬ perhaps the average boy does not this Yellowstone National Park is ono of tho wonders of tho world C or not braided very ornate or exceed- Â¬ ing to its comparatively small dlstinco know how it is made A Justification or the Sensible Man Who All base balls aro made in Philadel- Â¬ ingly simple according to Its material of two hundred and forty thousand Dont Wear Onr STRENGTH BY DISCIPLINE phia and thero is only ono kind of garniture uses and its wearer It is miles is a very considerable fraction jJ- I We protest against the Indiscrimi- Â¬ 1lrT7si5a-K5lMT-i 1m professional dead ball made tho sup- Â¬ Urcat Men or JTNtorr Who Were DeTet just this facility with which tho jacket of its total action So that whilst tho I nate use of tho thick and heavy over- Â¬ SeSi oped by Adrersltj is adapted to nil circumstanced and earths attraction causes the moonto posed differences lying In tho stitches We would rather seo men In 4 That is a vory unfortunate man who coat robust condition especially if combinations which is at tho root of its travel round it onco a month tho re-Â¬ and stamps Only fairly Winding base balls by hand Is a has had no trouble It was sorrow that BLNDF great popularity The ornaments on ciprocal attraction of the moon is and thing of the past Machines havo made John Banyan tho better dreamer young clad warmly next the skin none new models aro still very generally of mainly effectual in causing tho tides wearing either a light top coat or a military Jo in cords frogs epau tho suns action being only about one- - been Invented to do tho work automat- Â¬ and Dr Young tho better poet and at alL There can be no doubt that the lets and brandebourgs of passementerie third as great Tho waters of the ically consequently every ball Is ex- Â¬ OConnell tho bottor orator and Bishop habitual use of greatcoats is indirectly frequently with a mixture of gold open ocean havo a tendency to rise up actly liko its follow Each machine Hall the better preacher and Havelock accountable for the chills which they 39 2 the bettor soldier and Kitto tho bottor are intended to prevent Wore the for gold will again appear on both day in a heap on the side nearest tho moon winds two balls at ono timo i A little Para rubber ball weighing encyclopedist and Ruth the bettor overcoat worn continuously asd promenade costumes It is found because they are pulled more strongly it might Grecian mythology than is tho solid globe and being three quarters of an ounco around daughter-in-laanew on spring bonnets nnd hats attain its object Its Intermittent use Artistically eombincd with deep and liquid yield to tho attraction Simul- Â¬ which one turn has been mado with an said that the fountain of Ilippocrane oven when ample underclothing is pale tints which subdue it it is a re- taneously a similar heaping up occurs end of a skein of old fashioned gray was struck out bv the foot of the winged worn affords no solid guarantee safety I havo often noticed but rather tho reverse fined and elegant ornament Many of at tho antipodes of this point on tho stocking yarn is slipped Into the ma Â¬ horse Pegasus chine Then another after which tho in lifo that the brighest and most beau- Â¬ the now Pari and London toques havo side that is farthest from tho moon The man of sedentary habits ha3 es- Â¬ I Has received a fell earlw brims nnd crowns of different materials because the solid is as it wore pulled boy in charge touches a lever tho tiful fountains of Christian comfort pecial need to remember this He machine starts and tho winding be- Â¬ and spiritual lifo havo been struck emerges dally from a warm breakfast with a flat application of gold galloon away from tho water there out by the iron shod hoof of disaster room clothed in his ordinary winter Two great tidal waves aro thus orig Â¬ gins or gold lace as a finish It also alter Â¬ Tho rubber ball is hidden in a few and calamity I see tho courage of garments with probably woolen under- Â¬ inated and as the earths movement nates as a stripe over arched crowns arranged in soft puffs of faille or laid in its orbit coupled with its daily ro- - seconds and In its place appears a lit- Â¬ Daniels companions best in tho wear and over all the heavy ulster or flash of Nebuchadnezzars frrnacc topcoat After a walk ho finds In hno plalta of silk or net or drossy IMion makes the moon occupy tho tle gray yarn ball that rapLUy grows that loqiies inA princcsso bonnefa Y I CAmo relative nosition nv8rv a twentv- - larger and larger Whon It appears I see Pauls prowess best whon I find tho sense of warmth ho began with is The old and reliable Saddle and vy i AA to about half the size of a refutation him on the foundering ship under tho more than maintained He arrives at uvo inours or more exactly every Post Harness House of glare of the lightning in tho breakers his office or place of business and off twenty four hours and fifty minutes -- base ball there is a click the ma high tido at any place occurs twice in ehlno stops tho yarn is cut and tho of Mollta God crowns His children goes the overcoat though the air of THE AGE OF SPECIALISM every such period of time CassoUrf hoy picks out the ball and tosses it into amid tho howling of wild beasts and tho newly opened room Is as cold as He bas ia stoek a AH ifeeiaf the chopping of blood splashed guillo- Â¬ that without and draughty In addi- Â¬ a basket Becoming Slore Sducator A Tcndener WblcU rroooanced Krerjr Itay When this basket is full It is passed tine and tho crackling fires of martyr- Â¬ tion During tho day perhaps he No 26 Second Street nest to of Here is an old story in point illus- Â¬ along to another boywho runs a simi Â¬ dom It took the persecutions The Law and the Lady travels to and from adjacent business Garnet t House has a complete Harvest Goods of A cortain man a trating conditions lar machine where a half ouncolayor Marcus Aurelius to develop Poly houses wearing only his house clothÂ¬ stock of Martyr carp and Patient Man Suppose a woman of worsted yarn is put on It ing The overcoat is laid aside till Justin sort of scientist after bis fashion tho hostilities against closing time reminds him of tho jour- Â¬ Saddles Ifcirncss Bridles BEST MACHINE OIL AND BE found an insect which in his crudo makes it so hot for her husband that Tho noxt machine adds a layer of took all way ho could at once determine fo4boa ho cant live with her and ho leaves strong white cotton thread and by the Scotch Covenantors and tho ney home The frequent result is that ER TWINS AT J beetle But he wisKhto know just her what can sho do watchlug closely as the wblto appears fury of Lord Claverhouso to de somehow between tho hours of bis de Â¬ Blankets Whips Spnrs Horse beetrtffhat particular Lawyer Sue blm for support what kind of a on the surface of the gray the beauty volop James Bonwick and Andrew parture and return Ourry Combs Scrapers Is chilled No Boots Patient Man Suppose she has run of the winding machine can be appro- - Melville and Hugh McKail tho glori- Â¬ doubt ho would runhe great a risk if Toe Weights Soap opeJtajpcncd tobgfir In other words Oils and as Scotch history It to find out its name So liko a good him so heavily into debt that ho cant telated TSm fa naonf VAmlnntft v uwig 0 iUlligr ous martyrs of sea and the Decem Â¬ lightly clad he were to face the rigor everything else needed byf persons VOaH aBd see bias Best tJBWK took the stormy he referred it to support her bocauso his creditors and no point wnero tne thread crosses and patriotlcvcitIzen of a winter day In this case how-Â¬ horses a spcialistr jusl as a sensible miner grab every dollar as quick as he gets oftencr than in another A coating of ber blast and the desolate New En- Â¬ ever exercise and habit might do who handle F6t with broken leg wonld call in tho it besides ruining his business with rubber cement is next applied and a gland coast nnd tho war whoop of sav much to develop tho power of endur- Â¬ Saddles Manufactureu to Order prowess of the service of v surgeon He went lo a their suits half ounce layer of the vqry best line ares 10 show forth the AGENTS ance and there would at all events WAJfTBB - FWt Lawyer If for any reason whatever worsted completes tho ball with tho Pljrrim fathors Talmago in N Yl bo less danger of sudden cold friend and sal ii acting and none but the best material j3s3xrsc-7S7-a- x Hero is a beetle Nowyou aro an he fail to pay her tho amount ordered exception of the cover Each ball Observer usbd Gentlemens ladies and upon a freely perspiring surface entomologist please tell mo what that ho will bo sqnt to jail for contempt ol when completed must weigh 5 ounces Woolen underclothing represents a boys Saddles kept in stock The Remarkable Cures Is court and measure 9 inches in circumfer- Â¬ state of healthy comfort intermediate Harness of every description Ob no said yie referee am Man Suppose sho drives ence The minute differences in tho Which have been effected by Hoods between Patient I these extremes and mora reÂ¬ Trace Chains Hames Btickbands not an ontomologlsV him out of the house with a flat iron balls aro equalized by tho thickness of Sarsaparilla are sufficient proof that sistant to chill than either Lancet fielly bands Collars Collar Pads Why 1 and hes afraid to go back Not an entomologist tbii medicine does possess peculiar the covers Hame Strings Plow Lines Blind VALLEY thought that was your lino Lawyer She can arrest him for deEvery ball and cover Is weighed be curative power In the severest cases DEA Young strawberry plants can be No I only wish I were ho said sertion Bridles Whips and other things A thfitttBC MMmt of Mm awful fore the covor is sewed on Tho cover of scrofula or salt rheum wheu other set out as early as tho ground permits I sadly rain 4raDhtade ePatient Man Well I dont see any resembles two figure 8s in shape and preparations had been powerless the so as to got tho benefit of tho spring used on tho farm U8r MUllni uf IIictiw 1 Ilia Well what are you What do thing for mo to do but go hang my Â¬ Is cut from selected and specially-prepare- d Only experienced workmen om letf Ttiraa awt Tbooeantsractorfus of HoodSarsaparllla has brought rains and becomo well rooted before of Ut mnmng mm cporaoow c i call a beotlo sharp a coleopterist self Soveril choap about the happiest result horso hides The case tho dry season approaches ployed Deeds Sanvw Bi 1afWr IUro by are No said he modestly and with a Lawyer Its against the law to com Â¬ grades of balls ore made tbU Interior of Mls3 Sarah C Wliittier of FteadattMc If you want a Sftddle yon have lfeafh HavocDreadfal SaUfcrtmp of of victim no deprecatory air Im not a mit suicide and II you get caught atÂ¬ being filled with pressed leakier shav Lowell Mass who suffered terribly Ttvnrs A Cnro of Catarrh a hundred to select from ranging Fallr Um tfraataul LaiaAM ot colcopterist If you Insist upon know tempting it youll bo iined and impris- Â¬ ugs Golden Days SmhI IUkc from scrofulous sores that of Charles In the bead as well as of all bronchial Am MUCl in price from 4 upwards If yon stMam HliBlrlila wllmi Tfer ing I might claim now brightening oned Ton dollar please Good day FOtoHEK MCXAS1X CiMtesatl A Roberta of East WHsod Jtf Y diseases If taken in want a set of Harases yen have a tip to bo a Bcarabseist that is yoi A lady teachorof music in Ontario who had thirteen abcesses ou his face throat ami June A man may haveaTtgbt to stint ffejfelnprraarerigtftl 50 sets to select frowj ranging ia j know altogether different from being time ia himself of comforts and oven neces Â¬ County N Y inserted her profes- Â¬ and necfc that of Willie Duff of Goldeu- - arearcnr DpSbvery or money pnee irom u ja regular colcopterist sional card in one of the county news prefers to j It is not so long ago that a cinglt saries if hetho money employ in other papers It was seen by an old lover in Walpole Mass who had hip disease Ipaiif focU will be promptly returned All prices of Pkiw Gear from thus saved but scrofula so bad that physicians rrcat mind like that ot Humboldt directions the oheapeat to the beet Some Chicago who at once hunted her np arJ I am prepapMi Mg could tako in at a single comprche nsivr he has no sight to deny his wife his explaiaed bis absence of a quarter of a said he could not recover area few of Ajorc pleasant physic thing entirely new in Otirrr Qembs Canasters w atr children hie servants their proper Â¬ You never wiM find thh many instances In which wonder glance almost the sum of human kaowl coHtury and marricdher It pays to The handsomest lot 1 lap Girths fAfea aeOmatw artaWMfcl a sn tawH -- PeHet edge Thero oaffbe no Humboldt iow comforts andJjcurles thai he my buy advertise ful cures were efleeted by tbte medl ia Pierces nolfaq 4 TfSHiAXT brought to Kichraoud old qbkMtr attff books Pace a Week l Engineering and Mining JourailL 68 3 38- The Purgative kind ehje i Mr Moses Cohn Rebecca uur uiuaraiua una aor jjreen umprcUas Uer vront vindor Insitc It vaa St Bat rlcks Day und ve got to bo patriotic Vas sajjst dur America vWhile a man at Carlisle Pa was running a planer his coat tail jjot tan- Â¬ gled and was fortunntoly torn off A bit ot wood in his pocket blocked n cojj wheel and saved his life Tho wood was a piece 9 John Browns scnffoUJ- Could aitfluccJ you Mr Jgbsdd lo part with your eeranhie dauirhtor Clara Uloss your life young man yes I tola her mother last night that if nobody came along pretty soon Fd let her run oil with tho coachman Drukos Magazine Fitzjoncs -- Did you go to tho the Â¬ ater last evening Porcy Do Brdwn No I ntteuded a Blelght oMltttld performance Fitzjoncs Whero Do Brown I wont to call on Miss Lo Srnythe and offered my hand but sho eiightod It Boston Boacon Jakoy I vas goin to tell you n ghoko fader Dor viva Mr Oppon hcimer oxcltodly Dorityeu toll no ahokes horo Jakoy Dorc vos two gus tomers In do storo nnd if dey laugh do now suits vont last till dey get to de door Omaha Republican Country Customer MiSUh dO you keep thttffl riodiromantlc watches SWrekecper Non hiagnotic I sup Â¬ pose you moan Country Customer Yes thats thom our gal Liz is git tin skittish and 1 thought ono of them non romantic kind would kinder quiet her Jewelers Weokly lidW ftf 0 you gotting Iaperwatd on with your English Count Count Chartreuse Vcr well Indoed Las night 1 nsk zo hotel clork who Is z what you cull AVhitechapel fiond nnd ho says to me Ha ecu a dandy I look In zo dictionary and 1 find mo zat zo dandy U zo lady killer Lifo Bobby had slipped back -- in tho dining roQm and wa hjirriedly dis cusing n second plato of applo pTo when his mower camo in lou said I coufci tea lio remarked in nnSwer to her reproof You told me I musnt go 6vor to Willie Waffles until I was in appc pio order and a boy cant got in apple pie order on only ono piece --N Y Sun Wbd was that young man who stayed horo until WolVp oclock last night asked Susies father at the Tfiat wiis William breakfast table William Humph It would bo better to call him Bill I am sure he would not object said Susie de-Â¬ lighted at tho apparent disposition to- Â¬ ward familiarity Yes said tho old gentleman I think that in tho future I will call him ftll gas bill Mer- Â¬ stars HOPE A RaUroad FOR SFINSTERS YELLoWS A Section fdriti PARK outrtaMb Schm0SecnrooFctnkof -- seas close-ly-plait- ed Acent IJerMes a Scheme lot lopnlarlzlng SEarrlace G T Lewis who Is tho agent of tho Canada Pacific railroad at tho impor- Â¬ tant station of Indian Head Northwest Territory has como bofore the world with a transportation scheme which would havo been halted with delight by Adam and Evo had it been possiblo to put it into practical operation at tho tinioof thchrifrircd withdrawal from Iho Garden of Edcrf and which thdugh lying fallow and dormant In human imagination through all tho years that havo followed Adams emigration has lost nothing of its intrinsic olemonts of popularity Mr Lewis calls and calls loudly for tho Introduction by all the railway and steamship lines of tho civilized woH4 of it passengers return rebnto He1 ys1 Ir Id marriage certlficatd needed in Indian Head and would doubtless bo welcomed everywhere olse He has beguiled tho tedious in- Â¬ tervals between trains at Indian Head by writing a book on tho subject which in this era of erotic literature is as fresh and welcome as the earliest daisy of tho spring It is indeed a daisyi for In It tho author devotes tho fertility Uf his brain and tho eloquenco bl bis pen to tho furtherance of ft scheme which shall render lawfdt wed- Â¬ lock more popular than over It Is tho boliof of Mr Lewis fos- Â¬ tered by a long experience in tho Northwest that nothing is so much pocdcd out thero as population and ho has noticed with nain that although the Influx of males is considerable tho majority of tho nowcomors leavo their girls behind thom The return rebate marriage certificate which ho forges upon oil railroads to adopt is Sosignod Id facllitato a speedy union of loving hearts This is tho way tho railroad litterateur puts tho proposi- Â¬ tion and explains how tho inspiration dawned upon him Iho idea came to tho author amid tho din and bustle of railway lifo when trying to explain to a pioneer young man who had confided to us tho story of the girl he loft behind him which ho related with pathotlc inter- Â¬ est that our great railroads had no means to distinguish betweon him and any other passenger who had no inter- Â¬ est in tho country That as com- Â¬ mon carriers we could offer him only ordinary rates and whon ho positively charged tho railways with their high east bound rates as being really respon- Â¬ sible for hh misfortuno in not being able to return East and fulfill his mat- Â¬ rimonial engagement we were forced to defend our position hence tho pro-Â¬ posed rebato certificato That silenced all his arguments nnd filled him with enthusiasm at tho possibility of such a thing being accomplished This young mans experience is the key to tho sit- Â¬ uation and only illustrates tho cases of hundreds of others that nro contin- Â¬ ually occurring Mr Lewis then goes on to explain tho form of tho rebato certificates ho would havo tho railroads isstid 11 is a printed documont which any man going West or elsewhere who Is about to marry cad purchase for a nominal figure at any railroad office Upon tho reverse sido a space is left for the copying or alteration of the marriage certificate which is given to all brides Whon their felioity eventuates This certificate when backed by the evi- Â¬ dence that the purchaser has taken to himself a wifo entitles tho couple to materially reduced railroad faros dur- Â¬ ing their honoymoon Mr Lewis has given considerable attention to the sub- Â¬ ject arid thinks he has got It down fino Under no pretext whatever can the certificates bo made to provido for any rebate in tho railroad faros de Â¬ Minneap- Â¬ manded of mothers-in-laolis Tribune w JUST ARRr OF OUlt SECOND Sir in ED oods othing Hats hr Jill AND TRUNKS i FOR THE SPI3TO AND STJJOC j ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES H lp 1 Suits Hats Underwear and Flannel Shirts Having bought late wo can sell them at Wucii Less Ihan Former Prices We havo all sizes from the smallest bo to the largest man Call and see our line More you tuy Mothers will find the Handsomest Line of opened in Richmond We have Shirt i Waists in summer flannel chevoit percal etc Seo our elegant line of Childrens Suits and Shirt Waists eveiv i j HATS FOR MEN AND BOYS TIIE LARGEST MERCHANT TAILOM HOUSF in this country Large line of Sample from which we make SUITS TO ORDEb and guarantee a fit at from 15 up Wc are agents for a large Trunk and Ysr House and can sell them at less tly s js prices Call and see our goods fir ct vv vnn bnv nt 1 tie jtLO--STOOT rTDlo 1 We have the only SINGLE APRON on the market It is manufactured by Walter Wood - BREGK PHELPS w SADDLES jtt HARMESS Drain Pipe A1B GEAR P O P Ml MM J tV OT PICKETS k Chimney Jipe Eire Brick And Fire Cla LOWEST PHIOSEf 0ne jTHN TM8a HORROR OF y0 Â¬ 4 9 Carpels WE ia 1 -- V- r- - jzy - evr 5s v 4VfMfi33ll - k- y BiJSHEi - m V- - Miss Fannie Bullock died in Frank- hurt Chief Justice Lewis has delivered an - Editor opinion In tho Court of Appeals which fort i The Hon J Randolph Tucker who will be of peculiar interest to the 2000 The widow of Dr W W Owsley was recently elected to the Professor Â¬ ClIAS S POWK Justices of the Peace in the State as It died at Stanford ship of Equity Commercial Constitu Â¬ will make an aggregate difference of Â¬ ung Co Wesley Minks was killed by a train tional and International law at Wash YKAIt about 25000 per year to them Up to ington and Lee University has an Â¬ at Livingston the present lime Justices who have ruins S Powux nounced his permanent retirement EDyESDAV-7-l- wpresided over examining Courts in fel Â¬ The Bourbon Club trots last week from politics It Is Ins intention to de-Â¬ ony cases have collected only 2 per were highly successful AR 150 vote the remainder of hit life to teach Â¬ MXtyfATIC CC C E Woods were Belected as Secre day for such sitting without regard to Ben Bruner a sixteen year old boy ing --AVi JULY 3 18S9 taries the number of cakes tried at such sit- Â¬ fell under a car at Danville aud was The following letter was received by It la erJ red by ili vn The chairman having utated that tiie ting a physician from a man whom lie WHiee o tuauiwui object of the cuvention wns to send Kentucky Court of Appeals May 25 killed 2JTICKET Miss Ella Coffinan of Jessamine knew practicing medicine aud desir Â¬ nler here tore Issun Swaa delegates to the Senatorial Convention 1S89 Fayette Hewitt Auditor Apdear Dock I have a a WbW a rim9ul k county aud Mr Mason were married ing counsel following resolutions were adopted vs Mat Walton appellee the pellant H t4 ami pasliiint whos physical sines show that 3otnty es SaturnJImolvcd That the Democrats of Appeal from the Franklin Circuit last week oj7 11 K the wind pipe has ulcerated oft and his to mMniiiafeu Madison county in convention assem Court Opiuion of tlie Court delivered lUapaj i5R The Snyder Wagon works of Dan lungs have drop down into his slum By a statute ville III have assigned for llewffru bled approxe ot the call for a Sena- by Chief Justice Lewis 11 Liabilities Ick have given hvm everry thin with- Â¬ p 4 os pa torial Convention to be held in Mt it was provided that Justices of tho about 21000 ijo p out efeckt hie father is welthy honable -- I - F Vernon KeuluoKy July 5th 18S0 to Peace of tills Commonwealth shall Miss Louisa Stutz is suciug her uncle and influeashal as he is a member of nominate n Democratic candidate for hereafter receive for presidiug at ex- Â¬ the Bute Senate to represent the 29th amining Court per day to be paid out atEvansville Ind for 25000 for se assembly and god nose 1 dont want to loos hym what shall i do aus by return And in duction Senatorial District composed of the of the Treasury two dollars counties of Estill Rockcnstle and Mnd Johnson vs the Auditor 4 Bush 522 St Joe Mo has another National male Yours frat isou in the General Assembly of Ken- Â¬ it was so construed as to allow a Jus- Bank the Schu ester Hax with a capI 100 100 REWARD tice of tlie Peace or other officer so pre ital ot 500000 tucky Hr o Bern Jteeoked That John D Harris J siding two dollars per day for each ex Â¬ n le-- KiHiMMtiHl 10 is5 in Hyer Bros Ait pyrotechnic factory i The readers of The Climax will be uaspass- - A Sullivan W T Tevis Easom Bur amining trial But subsequently the burned at Boston m causing the loss of to oi a Mi learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ Dapu- - gin Etza Million W C Frencli John siatuU as contained in General Statutes six or morn lives viiiuu6r of ed disease that science has been able Hamilton T P Dudley C L Kenrcy 467 former edition was enacted as Miss Mildred Fuller daughter or the to cure In all its stages and that is for presiding at ex- Â¬ Marion Airl John aw H ta latti the world famous mens Hill Embry Miller J P Sim follows Stuart Jone 15 amining Courts in felony cates per Chief Justice is preparing herself for Catarrh Kails Catarrh cure is the J P a only positive cure now known to the i 5luled in Paris France Fri- - B Million A T Chenault J B Jlc day to be paid out ot the Treasury the legal profession Creary W B Smith C D Chenault two dollars medical fraternity Catarrh being a and it was in Auditor Drs Baugbuian Herudnn aud Burn Air all other Democrats of Madison vs Kinkoud 60 Kentucky 592 con- Â¬ side have been appointed pension ex- Â¬ constitutional disease requires a con- Â¬ Forakor has beon nomi- - and county wlm are present at naht conven Â¬ strued to allow to a Justice of the aminers at Barbourvilie stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh tflXor re election as Governor tion are appointed Cure is taken internally acting directly deUales to repre- Peace or Recorder of the city of Lex- Â¬ TJhto Andy Caldwell for criminal assault upon the blood and mucus surfaces of sent Madison county in said conven Â¬ ington two dollars per day aud no w he President has nominated tion more for presiding at examining trials ou a white woman was shot to death the system thereby destroying the dlseaseand giving the patient strength whether there was one or mora than by a mob at Fairfield 8 C Walter Phelps to bo Minis- - The convention then adjourned But Hie houe was immediately cull- one such trial held by the officer the Mrs Whitellng was banged at Phila by building up the constitution and 0 liu ssia ed to order again and the same officers same day delphia last week for tlie murder of assisting nature in doing its work r By an act approved April 19th 18S6 her husband daughter and son Tlie proprietors have so much faith in Hhe Carlisle Mercury is endeav- - were continued ins to find out what wont with The Chairman stated that the object found en page 227 General Statutes Peddler Lavine was murdered and its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case It agjQoo that was paid in taxes of the convention was to nominate a present edition it is approved in Sec robbed near Louisville He leaves a fails to cure Send for list of testimo- Â¬ A Justice of the Peace or JNicholas county caudidate to represent the county in 7 as follows vytiie people Police Judge or other officer except wife to whom be was married a week nials Address Jndips not accounted for by the the next Legislature F J CHENEY Hon V T Tevis arose and in an the County Judge acting as an exam Four blocks were burned In Vancou- Â¬ authoritioe Toledo Ohio enthusiastic speech nominated Hon ine Court shall receive for the first day ver W T The buildings were small JgTSold by Druggists 75c 3 7 A 3udge R Breckinridge i6 now Wm B Smith amidst great applause as fee for his services two dollars for and the loss will not exceed 70000 Mr V P Prewitt of Kirksville each day thereafter one dollar provld 4iq Democratic nominee for State Two men went to the home of a col- Â¬ then nominated Col D W Tribble ed that in no cate shall the fees exceed ored man named Col man near Hop A Choice List of Summer Resorts --Senator in the Danville district Len Bruce is the Democrat Sam Deatlierage nominated Hon A four dollars In the Lake regions of Wisconsin nifn kinsville called him to the door and As the words an examining Court Minnesota Iowa and the two Dakota killed him jKtuoandidate for Representative in T Chenault On motion nominations were declar- which was held in Johnson vs Audi- Â¬ there are hundreds of charming locali- Â¬ Boyle county Two mighty good In a riot between negroes and Hun- Â¬ ties pre eminently fitted for summer ed closed tor to npply to each case tried an au selections Mr Chenault made a brief speech in thorized payment to thelofflcer of two garians at Haveretraw four of the homes Among the following selected which he thanked his numerous friends dollars are used In this last act instead Huns were shot One is dead and an- Â¬ list are names familiar to many of our SIMON CAXERON DEAD and the Democratic party generally of the words examining Court con other dying readers ns the perfection of northern This distinguished politician for the hoiiois they had heretofore be- Â¬ strued in Auditor vs Kinkead to au At Thibodeaux La Elitor Facquev summer resorts Nearly all of the Wis Â¬ 1 soldier died in Pennsylvania stowed upon him but stated that for thorize payment of two dollars per day shot and killed Editor Noquiu for consin points of interest are within a -s-m-Jasi Wednesday aged 90 years good reasons it would be impoible for only it is probable the Legislature in printing the charge that Facquet was short distance from Chicago or Milwautended that from and after April 19th drunk at a picnic ifem a primer ne became in suc- - him to again accept the nomination kee aud none of them are so far away benator John D Harris spoke at 18S6 such officer should be paid two cession editor banker railroad from the busy marts of civilization 5 magnate Adjuteut General U length saying the Democrats had as dollars for each examining trial pre-Â¬ Mr Hampton Zane who married that they cannot be reached in a few C Miss Churchill a sister of Mrs Gov sided at by him candidate Secretary of and sembled to nomiimte s S Senator Russia lie War four he hoped they would aunanimouslyand suoh there might no matter how many Blackburn died at his home in Wash- hours of travel by frequent trains over se be in one day with Minister to was the finest road iu the northwest the ington City a times olected to the U S Senate lect one that tlie gentlemen whose the proviso that he should receive only Chicago Milwaukee St Paul Rail ai Mary Anderson the actress will not way and candidate for President names bad been put before the conven one dollar for each day after Uie first ne tion agaiigt Liiiooln lie was a won- Â¬ ocratswere both good men and true Dem and in no case exceeding four dollars appear on the stage again until the Oconomowoc Wis Clear Lake Iowa Tli and he could and would cheer- Â¬ and this interpretation of the legisla- Â¬ tall of 1S90 owing to continued bad Miuocqua Wis Lakes Okoboji la derful man and Hie most influen fully support either He spoke of Mr tive will is somewhat strengthened by health cot Waukesha Wis Spirit Lake Iowa tial perhaps that Pennsylvania Smiths twenty five years mil of arduous the fact that a limit of fees to be paid Fronteuac Minn over produced An Illinois State Senator has been Palmyra Wis and effective services spending his In any one cose is fixed at four dollars pre awarded damages of 5500 for being Tomahawk Lakes Lake Miunetouka ma W B SMITH F1IK KEPRESENTATIVE time aud money in canvassing the with the seeming intent to prevent un hurt 011 a railroad upon which Wis Minn he was county never failing to take part in necessary continuance of such trials riot Ortnuville Minn Lakeside Wis riding dead bend In mas convention assembled every election and all that without from day to day The judgement of Kilbouru CityWisPrior Lake Minn the Democrats oi Madison county ever having held an office The Sena- Â¬ the lower Court rendered In this agreed During the year 18S3 the profits of Dells of the Wis White Bear Lake have nominated William B Smith tor said that tlie Democrats purposed case will have therefore to be affirm the sugar trust were 14000000 for cousin Minn for Representative the five months ended May 30th of this Beaver Dam Wis Big Stone Lake lie is a man carrying the county at the August ed year they were 6230000 of years ability and discretion election aud that all they wanted was Madison Wis Dakota I Contributed He is an orator as well as a deep a good standard bearer The crowded For detailed information apply to Miss Ella D Breckinridge daughter AT REPUBLICAN CHURCH thinker and profound reasoner house frequently and roundly applaud Â¬ of Col W C P Breckinridge was any coupon ticket agent or send He is a skilled lawyer and excel- Â¬ ed the Seuafors remarks ounuay was au enjoyable day to married Thursday to Mr Lyman stamp for a free illustrated guide book lent financier lie has a thirteen- - Congressman McCreary took the entitled Cool Retreats Address A Chalkley of Richmond Va Tin handred acre farm and therefore stand and with the motto of Ken- Â¬ those who had the pleasure of being V H Carpenter General Passenger present at Republican Baptist church The Court of Appeals and tlie Supe- Â¬ Agent Milwaukee Wis TTBri identified with the farmer and tucky United we stand divided we 50- Shea toek raiser Mr Smith comes of fall as a text said that the Demo At 10 oclock a sr a crowd number-Â¬ rior Court both adjourned for the sum ing about 700 hundred people assem raer They will not meet again until minutgaii old time family His father crats of Madison county should adopt D1ED retujjrfSolomo n Smith was a merchat the same motto as the election was bled to witness the celebration of tlie first week in September close at baud aud there was no time Childrens Day A programme had p niere in the long ago His wife is for a party race He said that Col been carefully arranged aud was ad Mrs Shackelford wife of Prof John Mrs Nancy Rayburu died at her t Shackelford died Monday night at her home on Otter Creek iu Madison cniiu Madison county lady and be Tribble was a good Democrat and mirably carried out About 100 chil home in Lexington er jQHgs to a large and influential would after an illness of ty on TucsdayJuly 2nd 18S9 aged 85 dren participated iu the occasion and tf yof Democratic family who have nev- - tive make an excellent Representa- Â¬ the music which several months years but he was already pledged to Mr they rendered was Jtinoceuer held an oi re never asked for W B Smith aud he hoped in tlie fu- Â¬ very inspirlD2 To tho forenoon mt Alf Grizzard a colored Dr John W was all one Mr h has never held ture to do as much for Col Tribble dresses were inide by Rev H T Dan was hanged by a mob of his gambler Jackson county Walker of Drip Rock died color at ried F See but fo rter of a cen- - He recounted the valuable serviw of iel and ttovfl W B Smith of Rich Tiptonvllle Tenn because he refused of his father Stephenat Dthe residence Walker in under Vs sy has don I nr - zorK ior me Mr Smith beginning away ba when mondtiie remarks of these geutle to return his winnings Madison county Kyt on Saturday ber jiraocratic Ig eJL2am9cyeisjuJeoand coming on down ffirBTwere fresh and within the com- Â¬ June 29th 1SS9 aged about 40 years At Franklin William Hilton a miswie e s of Ma - wountv owe a through every election to the present prehension of all and substantial bene- Â¬ T jrratitude to anvbodv it is time eLausl The speaker said that Mr fit must result from their kind advice er about to die burned 30000 iu green- Â¬ as livit can B Smith and they are go Smith had helped so many men in At 12 oclock an intermission of one backs and bonds rather than leave bis LIVE STOCK MABKET EEPORT lly GKEENE t EM11IIY to his wife and son lame 0 pay it at the August olec elections he could now call on every hour aud a half was had for dinner property Lle Stock Commission Merchants nt Clneln Democrat in the county to help him during which a table loaded with the natl Union Stock Ynnls and Covtuetoa Mr Smith is a live prog oveai Hello boys come here and Ill Stock Yards ive man and believes in im and that they would respoud willingly most excellent things of the season give you tickets to tlie hanging la the was presented to the delighted gaze of greeting of Murderer GrSving the country in all ways and effectively Cincinnati Ohio July 1 iSSq Charles Dilger to Mr Prewitt then withdrew the name the audience Ample justice was done passers by the Louisville jail seibie He will be an honor in SHIPPING CATTLE Coiwe House of Representatives and of Col Tribble and Mr Deatlierage the bountiful provision On resuming Oood to bxtra 3 qo The case of the Louisville tobacco rairiouooa the exercises a practical and sensible 3 7 jod tlake his presence known and lelt withdrew tho name of Mr Chenault 2 7 With a wild burst of enthusiasm Mr address was made by Dr L H Plan men against H P Thompson or Clark common ana Kougn fc Good to Extra 3 40 JUSTICE WALKETH IX HER SLEEP Smith was unanimously nominated ton At the close a collection of 1050 county involvlug 7062 has been de fair to bood Oxen Oxen 2 75 was taken for the Baptist Orphaus decided against Thompson The Chairman appointed t Mr v ummon ana Kougn 2 25 Two weeks ago a Polish ned- - Col Tribble Mr O McWilllamsTevis Home at Louisville The pastor Rev and BUTCHER CATTLE Len Cornwell aged 27 years was lillor named Levin was shot to Hon A T Chenault Good a committee to Preston Blake and the members of drowned in Barren Rivert 3 yy near Bow Â¬ Fair toto Extra death by two men in Bullitt coun- - escort Mr Smith to the stand Republican church reflected great credGood 3 65 ling Green Friday while ou his way Extra Fat Steers M ii for his money A deputy sher Mr Smith in his characteristic way it on themselves iu the management of 3 5 bride rair 10 vjoou steers 4 iff heard the shot ran that way thanked tlie convention for the honor the exercises of the day and ail depart- Â¬ to see I1I3 soou-to-b- e 350 Good to Extra Cows 85 3 10 atd saw the two men bonding conferred upon him and said that he ed feeliug that the day had been pleasMrs Margaret Quinn aged 104 years Fair to Good Cows 2S I ha 75 was not only going to try to win the antly aud profitably spent Common Cows xuey It iUC pr It am 4im uouu man nni neu has ust died at her home in New iiU 2 00 So Rough Cows and Oxen e secured a posse captured the race at the August election but he was 1 SO 00 The friends of Mr and Mrs Esom York She had been a widow 60 years BULLS nrderers and lodged them in the simply going to win and that when he Burgin of the Poxtown neighborhood aud bait used tobacco for seventy five Wln Best Shipping 2 S Last Wednes got to Frankfort he was goiug to do will sympathize with them In the loss years jHnt epherdvillejail Best Bologna 2 as everything that ought to be done and of their little daughter Hattie morning before daylight dis Fair Bologna y Dan Harwick William Stein and She 2 oo an armed men appeared not going to do auythiug that ought was not yet seven years of age but had James Halford convicted of tair to Good Feeders 2 co or lui66 1 50 and demanded tie pris- - notto be done aud that was all the been an invalid almost all her life A bery in Arizona have been train rob- Common and Thin by sentenced FEEDERS AND STOCKERS ne tnem Anleil a platform of principles he expected to flower lias been removed from earth 25 years imprisomeut each In the pen- Â¬ layrSc8 3 Good Extra Steers enunciate He said 3 65 3 50 cag0 jprnsylTanian who had express thirteen hundred acres that he ownedÂ¬ but transplanted into the pure atmos- Â¬ itentiary Fair to Good Steers 3 io of land in Mad phere of Heaven 3 25 fear that he would be sum lid jjjg Good to Extra Heifers 2 50 2 75 Thomas P Cragg died In Louisville 8a wtn stePped for- - ison county aud that lie could not do Common and Thin Stackers 1 75 2 25 t wasnt Wednesday aged 85 years He locat RELIGIOUS Vfhea tne jailer was forced anything to Injure the farmers without COWS AND CALVES ing ed in that city In 1834 and made the iujuriog himself that lie always had Best Grades ilTPen ue door and said in a been 3 oo40 00 veiled and always expected to be in favor The Baptist church at Cave City was first piano ever made South of the Fair to Good w 23 oo33 00 VJUULJC- VUltC Common material progress advance10 ooifcoo fy 1 suppose you want me of all in bis commuuity and the coun- Â¬Â¬ struck by lightning on Thursday and Ohio RIyer c 00 Best Veal Calves 4 7c aud burned Lyou ought not hang Mitchell ment The State Music Teachers Associa- Â¬ Fair to Good 3 50 4 try at large liad nothing to do with the 2 50 Dr Evans and Dr Henderson will ex- Â¬ tion after a three days session in Louis Common and Heavy 3 At the close ot Mr remarks HOGS be remaining Jhe leader put a rope Qol Tribble was calledSmiths respond Â¬ change pulpits Sunday the forum at ville adjourned on Friday to meet in for and e beenxotut his neok and several men ed in a smooth Lexington uext year Prof R de Select Butchers 4 25 4 and happy speech of a Providence Fair to Good Packers 1 4 25 4 Roode was elected President You need not few minutes in which ho signified Vtrwted hold of Good to Extra Lights The protracted meeting held his Ford 4 45 4 lifepiill me said Ardell quietly I cbeerful acquiescence in the proceed- Â¬ by Elders Spicer and Stafford at closed Patrick Hunt was to have been hang Light Pigs 4 4S 4 vyfJU SO ith you all I ask is tliat ings of the convention thanked the Sunday night after holding two weeks ed at Paris Saturday for the assassina Â¬ SPRING LAMBS im do a neat job and as speedily many friends who had insisted 6 10 6 25 on his The result was twenty two additions tion of James Abue but his case has Extra- 6 00 a possible 5 75 He was taken out of candidacy aud said the Democrats The Elders are now preaching at Brooks been carried to the Court of Appeals Common to Good Qtmvn on a horse and hanged to a with Mr Smith in the lead would win town n stay of execution ordered and In August bauds dowu rllnib in the woods During the months of July and August John Wilson threw red pepper in the JxriJgEhus a flagrant murderer was B Dudley Miller was then nomi Â¬ on Sunday evenings union services of the jailers eyes at Gainsville Texas and punished This following nated by acclamation for Coroner various denominations wilt be to The but jldn after the two hangings just Mr 8 D Parriah then offered the first of Uie series will be held atheld Bap tried in make hie escape his the officer the fired tlie direction of foot steps across the river in Indiana indi- - subjoined resolution which was adopt tist church Sunday evening next Rev and put a bullet through his heart ed and the meeting adjourned wlttijij C P 0fcato in no uncertain way that Williamson will preach Tutheipeople of that locality have general goou jeeiing an around E P Benton informs us he has Rev Thomas Cummins of Vicksburg jjjjflred of the laws delay aud pro- - We the Democrats of Madison counfinished his data of Estill county and iias accepted the call to the First Presby Â¬ aoting in extreme cases ty iu mass convention this day assem terian finds the county will square 16 miles church this place and has been He at the Court bouse In the city of oiuuMieiLaifut tuo intervention of me estimates that one half or the land transferred from Hie warder of farmer De Richmond reviewing the services of nia Presbytery Vicksburg to Transylva Â¬ In the county has been cleared of tim- Â¬ by Tennyson and Ms pal the Hon John D Harris 8enalor aud tn the next two He will reach here with- - ber Estill Eagle orthree weeks it of Levin br Ardell were theHonATChenauItUepresentative Mrs Rutherford B Hays on clojhfor purposes of robbery and from this county and Senatorial Dis Â¬ Jas M HIealt who died near Min Â¬ last Wednesday at FremontdiedOhio trict in the last General Assembly of erva a few days Corrtfigpidence was abundant and our Commonwealth since left his estate to She wa9 a good woman and but for recognize the fact the Minerva direct school district if his son her tlie administration of her busbaud j2 that they were aud Justice could not eleep tlie night efficient and honest have been faithful Samuel Hiealt is not found within as President of tlie United States would away and go about her mission by the duties and trusts Iu the discharge of two years The son mysteriously dis- be almost forgotten confided to them -rjday J3ut dreamed and was so aud that they guarded the Interests or appeared at Ripley a jear or two ago Martin Irons the once powerful la Â¬ nedutroubled jn her sleep that she the people at large and we do there- Â¬ and has never been heard of since If nTnjlayed the part of a bor leader somnambulist fore heartily endorse their course and he Is not found the real estate valued to Generalin Missouri who sent word t Manager Hoxle that he at 20000 is to be sold and the proceeds uie morning dawned had conduct invested in bonds jbe Itacorae to be didnt have time o see him Is now The Chief Kenton for the great SCO forth her retributive cess ot Hoods Barsaparllla Is roand ja Uia used for the education of the poor child Â¬ dirty nd half clothed irunntng a shab Â¬ MINISTER TO UAYTL article itself It is racrtt that wins and the by little Irult staud In St Louis ren of the district 2Etice has Jtnuch to do at lact that Hoods SsrsapariJla actually ai eonplbhes what Is claimed for it Is what rot at raris Ulinen at In a collision between three freight The President has appointed CashlerVojght of the defuuet Farm Â¬ has slrea to thU racdtcion a popularity aud d Dilrer and Smart Fred Douglas to fill the position ers antj Mechanics Bank at Pitts Â¬ trains on the Pennsylvaula railroad at sala srat Ihait that ot any other sarsapa- claim her attention of Minister and Consul General to burg has been sentenced to six years Latrobe Pa thirty cars were wrecked or Prt IVieril WinS riUabeforeMoodpublic Four hangings by Hayti We know of no better Imprisonment for embezzlement His and about thirty lives were lost A fier the Hoods Barsaparllla cures SCTorma Salt the law and one man for the place so far as adapt Â¬ money went In the Fidelity Bank number of persons were severely hurt Ehemn and all nusrn Dyspepsia Skk The ileal and injured were laborers and lawal m Kentuoky in ability is concerned and certainly wheat deal Headache IlUloasoes overoowea That train iuen Tired FeeHng ereats an AppetiUvstressUJ eks will do more to the iOSBpfeXEir AX DEMOCRATIC COOXTY CONVENTION OP INTEREST TO MAGISTRATES NEWS PARAGRAPHS Â¬ Bledsoe Tenn and all tho passengers fourteen in number were seriously unm rlTintii Pursuant to a call issued by Chair man O D Cbenault of the Deniooratic County Committee the Democrats of Madison county assembled la mofs convention at the Court house in Rich Â¬ mond on Monday afternoon July list 1SS0 Chainnau Clieiihult called the convention tu order and was made permanent chairman French Tipton aud Â¬ Â¬ THE BESfFEFifBllfflE rfteZ fti EVER fflYEHTEi f 1V1 cfaofl Slb Mi 0 SB MM 111 u p I 1 cale Â¬ - El Efon-rfi- 1- Â¬ coi csi3lfe 1 itillaLLi n -- T a Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ii UJ 1 - TtivD 1 w Â¬ -- Ja Â¬ e wmfivrvrri ttp flTreTfiWS PSiTBH MACHINE Set no the machine post A in line with the fence you want to run Pnt braces it should DostAaboiltsix inches in the ground unlet the ground U very sott Ihen of post A go deeper Put up the in the C and Done en each bkleof ie z KM the gronnif letting the feetetick Putin lite lever- - tittecM by put tlnu a long bolt through about the third hole from the top fasten them post B hi the port A with a loose pin Now you are ready to put 011 the wire Measure the distance from the finttogetherin the iraw to the nnnehinp r K them fasttrtrofle itfo the du back on the lever B four or Ave feet cut oft a piece of wire double the length of this distance and lie the ends lever and back back under pin the fence potB and put the other end through the machine post A above a withanil of the wires a pin In can increase the aloojr the lever aifamti all tension of and fasten hv putting pin in lever hi Iront of wire Proceed the same way picket in next to fenceYou B and drive np with hammer Hie wires by sm post IheH put on the weights F under the levers Now you are ready lor the pickets Put one with hammer and m om til the slats twist once twice or three times according to the size of space vou want between tight as and drive up another slat at tlie and the second fence post H Let one man get on the bottom lever E downstretch It asagain by it wilt bear while the rami leverspost H nail k feet Pr moviug the small pin in the to a level one hole forward an j j S the second and third levers the same way then let all the levers before burnt - Tvr is yk Tiad Th Paxl THE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS MY FENCE EXAMINE INTO HACHINE SET DP FOR WORK WILL FIND THAT THIS HACHINE IS ITS MERITS AM Jpor J J Â¬ j- When you get ready to nail the fence to the post after the pickets are woven in you can stretch the wire as tight as it can stawl o The wire adjust itself just as tight on the little eud of a picket as on the large end enabling the fencer to use a j4eket of aiiy shape or sie 5 All the wires can be drawn to the same degree of tension ami kept so until the fence is permanently fastened to the posts 4 The twisters can be used in building in pickets while passing a fence post as well as at any other point 5 The machine can be used on a hill side or rocky ground and a fence can be built over rocks where no posts oould be planted 0 The machine builds the only good fence for dividing ponds 7 Two men can build more ali WIKE fence wiih this machine in one day than six men can with any other and do it better 8 This is the only combined fence machine and fence stretcher 9 Thn ftnee can be moved from nlace to place after It 19 built and stretched perfectly tight flie machine is very simple there is nothing to get onl of order any one can understand it it is very strong ami very ekeap eH be used man alone I will take pleasure tu exuioiiiug uie macuine in opeiaunu rw luimer miunuauuu uan ou or auurees 1 Superior to All Others Because An ater 4 That encct f X Pref tral Â¬ W- - C PETTOH of-- n rum -- 3Etic2axtxo23cit E - PALACE DRY GOODS -- -- STLOR r t We have just opened the largest and most desirable line IDIRIT GOODS ITOTIOITS ETp are going to sell at prices unheard of Ladies are especially invited to call and inspect our goods vre befof Ever opened in Kichmond which i r We have the Newest and Latest Styles and Patterns and also the Lowest PricivS We have a large line of Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes also Mens and Boys Boots and Shyj go that must We have a Large Line of Clothing wb we have no room lor and we shall let it go at your own price Call and get at what they will bring Â¬ 1 and hear prices for the goods on it and they will surprise you SEE OTJB CHEAP 40- - tAbLI yc Hat at one half cost at m iNO 0 FIRST STREET NEXT TO STOUFFERS CLOTHING THE PALACEnjl PA P SIDDlfS IND Local Produce Markets CORRECTED WEEKLY BY COVINGTON ARNOLD ft BRO GROCERS MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY Richmond Ky July 2 18S9 3 z Beef Cattle Butcher Â¬ A D RUFF G0RMLEYI1LL HMB CO con Â¬ lnl Â¬ jy uhejail Hv Hogs Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter Chickens i 50 I Eezs Wheat Flour 3 Corn per barrel Hay per 100 lbs Oats in sheaf per 100 las Lard Tallow Beeswax - Jc 45Kc J45C 15c 20c Our Grand Clearance SahQ Paper was a paxfleu- 75 00 IOC jng3iHKxn VllUi x 1 oo3 752ioo 85c 50 J 50 5o6o tinue in their elegant house corner of Main and Second Streets Kichmond Ky formerly occupied by J P Herudon as a drug store WCGORAILEY W 131 TT 1 Feathers Meal - it Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Clover Seed Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes 45c iKEyEIlEI 6o75c 5 i5ioc 2040 IS Sales id Harness Â¬ Because we hart matie ap our sell every rail of the Iat ieftson no mutter atj what price thj go BrowiiBIanks went at 5 i tha finest Ejmbosaed Goltfa at They all went the kir rolltf Consequently we have I -- DEALER IN- - MADE TO ORDER of the best materials and by the best work- loOMC -- 75i W srwWy Â¬ cuicS bJ Surcingles Gold and Silver BuckANNOUNCEMENTS les Harness Oils Harness Soaps Prices Lower Than Wa HM nnllini4Ml tn AnnnAA ANDXTUER PRECIOUS STONES Horse Brushes Scrapers Curry whose nnmefl are found below for Uie offices Combs Riding and Driving Bits heard of in this or any ether city Indicated Mibjectto the action oi Uie Democratic party Fancy Bridles Trace Chains Union and remember Hame String and everything STATE BfcNATE Promptly done aud in a workmanlike else belonging to a complete Sad- We Will Not Ito TWertf District composed ofMadlsoD Estill and manner Rockcastle dlery and Harness Shoo A T J BALLARD ot Rockcastle county sesJ- a- 4 bv nnv in tha tfirdl Cash Paid for OH Gold and Silver specialty of FOR COUNTS CLERK erally are lafedto Sjfsjtf Dont fonret tli nlnno r rt ii LWTHLL light Road Track Harness price J to the Post oflice Richmond Ky JFOLDUAL Gormley made the harness with jan4 tf i 6E0 FOR JAILER which Susie S won her great BufJQHNFWAGERS falo race and also that with whirl JAS1E8 6 LACKEY Bell Vara raised herself from 2- SAMUEL BIGQER8TAFF Â¬ Â¬ BUT SIMPLY A TREMENDOUS ST5 Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and men Cooling Blankets Horso Boots 5065 Flaled ware eta Special Toe Weights Spurs Stirrups 00 attention given to 00 Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains from the cheapest letbe 90c Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridles made goods in endless variety SETTING 1 ota 4 IffEW GOOD DIAMONDS Snj REPAIRING Â¬ n TUed JSP THOMAS 8 FERRELL JOHN HILlt QEORUE W MAHPIN INSURANCE TORNADO Seven Splendid Companies Â¬ FOR ASSESSOR tVILLOUGHBV TV J HARVEY CvR TODOR JOELTJEMBRY CONWAY DOZIER D RICE A FIRE LIGHTNING and ALL 41 40 WORK WARRANTED J titeuwE KYm P25o to 2ccordinR QUSEforSALE Irvine Street privately a FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT J B HARRIS MRS A T MILLION HAERISQO MILLER I0 IRVINE STREET Next Door Sec recipient personally deserves Dktress after eating heartburn the criminal career the office and likewise as true A pasaenger Jrajnon the Cliesaneake oitm Htwuagtiefu5 that has happened repreentative of b coloredtraoe curIy Hodir ana luuigestkm are ndNulYlfe rolrrnnBlfl from Ga SarsarmrJUa ft also iwin xaua to zscsitsVIjk Ky jurap Jay he should imvejt creates a pood appetite y It ea over r rityfoet wirtwakment at Jtivi C2ulJ twrfSTraHfc 4 A KoottsMaraapiurma lasstdHyatldrag afate SiislsfcwH lrpedbyCIHos Apetheearfei Lewea 3aas SS 28 ees the Kerrw tafida Bp ae Vf fewe System Furniture Bepairing AKB North America Philadelphia SpringGell Massachusetts uermama New York Connecticut Hartford Niagara - New York Amazon - - Cincinnati Pennsylvania Philadelphia ROdK BOTTOM RATES Office at Farmers Nalional Bank Call and eeo us before nlamn yonr luwrsHC -- I deMre to sell my home place oh The house - fn FerlJ i 91i rooms 9 4 2 Story Frame Building mi with seven rooms and in excellent re pair THera are two okrteni cellar MWe erefeanf bb4 everything r e Doe UPHOLSTERINGProwpOy - BBRM N B k4 weeiraoie resweflee a i t HTJM CitotPETSLATOlM T MUl- i- Sk 9H1 I rTa wai i rtr V totalis Altti 2 Aa tdfj W 1 f-- TrivHl JfwM r ml - 533m m Ky B H l tSE sfEKJ y fj - aSft-iF X mA KB icna aixi frr JAWKHP I aiwfr -- - cn 9ltflWHHMaftl iHtlB Mil PM JV - 3S3SZaffd3rKM - r V HE CLIMAX asafcJ1 - V j44 X 1 M Sale ofXril Connty Court Days GcmbcHattd UarigS and will fee one of H150 llftflsfe Caplp Meeting Worth Hundreds of Dollars- THIN C6lUMN B H Neale has sold to S A Browne Cut this out and paste It iA your hat or the most important tunnels in the South Queen nnl Crefcetit Route will j My tvifo ucett only two bottles of fi Co Kalamazoo The EDNESDAY JULY 3 1SS9 mare Nell dam of Stock Farm the bay ucybocft Of Cn the wall or behind the The Frnnkfort Roundabout says Now Well well a well for sate sell tickets lo High Bridge mitl return Mothers Friend before Iter third con Georgette 327 and rhrt or put in your pockeUbook then we are beginning to realize some of Belle Vara yearling record IMS Thoe Cumberland pap fellows muit on July 11 coeliiiuing Mlo until 21t linement Saya she would not btf bv You will always be able to tell when that j R W ParLe has located at Beatty- - Jisim eric the benefits derived from the building of be poor marksmen nt all ticket offices Lelween Chatln 1 without it for hundreds of dollar lrice IJ0O0 County Court days take place not half as much trouble as be- Â¬ the Kentucky Midland Railway othsr at special low JHhiJ Behold how good and how pleasant it tiooga nnd Clnclnuall Richmond Madison county 1st Monday places Elocution are awakcnlhg to their- - opportuni Dock MirES rates Special trains ttlll bo run dally fore Is for brethren to dwell together in unity Paris Bourbon county 1st Monday Bourne is dangeroudy sick Judge J Vf ties in connection with that road In the Lincoln Parish La Miss Helen Brown will organize classes excrpt Kumliiy from Georgetown also Lexington Fayette county 2nd Monday The editor of the Lexington Gazette calls i Si years old last few days prominent citizens of Mt In elocution and voice culture at Dr on Sundays July 1 1 ami 21 from Cin Â¬ Write Bradlleld Heg Co Atlanta Stanford Lincoln county and Monday 37 Sterling have held a meeting and haVc the editor of the Lexington Leadtf a cinnati and Somerset Hers Sam Ua If you want pure Poland Chinas see Heaths residence 305 West Main street Georgetown Scott county 3rd Monday guaranteed a subscription of 150000 on on Monday She is an accomplished Jonc Sam Small and other promi Â¬ efcewhere in this Issue Danville Boyle county 3rd Monday A DUTY TO YOURSELF1 tn the candidates column of the Carlisle nent divines will be preseut 35 condition that the road would build a teacher and all ages now have an oppor- Â¬ Nicholasville Jessamine county 3rd branch from It surprising that people will iwe a RVheat is good throughout the county tunity North Middlctown to Mt Mercury appears the announcement of common ordinary pH when Monday Dont forget the Kirksville Fair It secure a valuable English onethey can a Sterling a distance or only eleVeH miles Mtees ilrdltieri Dos the entire family in small places about for the Winchester Clark county 4th Monday Boring at Berea ovfef it very easy grade Dr Aokers English We nave no want office and If so how many of the The new steam laundry will Com- Â¬ same money opened a barber shop John Ayres has pills are a postfiVe cure for The derrick is in position and a gas well Versailles WoBdftJrd county 4th Mon doubt that the officials of the road will at boys arc out mence vork next week and wauls to the Howard House at Ford and all liver troubles They are wfll be commenced at Bcrea this Or net day once order the work to be begun as the If small sweet easily Inked and do not An anonymous contribution mainly do your washing L gripe Sold by W 1 White Prescrip Â¬ jew press and a ton of paper were week This is one ol a number or wells A Former Richmond Girl Married in Fan advantages of the branch are clearly copied from an almanac ol 1S54 has been to be sunk in that region by the extensive manifest tion Druggist into 1 iiu Climax last week HERE IS MUSIC FOR YOU received at The Climax office and we lint it Connts firm of which Squire D P Armer is a t Work on the Kentucky Midland is send it to the museum of the Univcrsity Elegant Hue of The Daily Irontonian of Ironton 0 handsomest hotel in Central Ken- - member H Streng famishes it lies at the Palace light and dark Chal 40- says At a social jralnerlna In Alli- - progressing rapidly this week bettveeii ils A curiosity of galootism as wall as a for rent New and first class See Tliese are the notes laiid Ky one evening last week Were Here and GerHerViHei wtlil day aHd rlicHt lilii A Fair This Month Go lo Lalors Cash Store for GrocerA frienend of ours in Richmond inform- Ail gGcd fancy GalicoesT 5c Three weeks from Friday July a6lh were present a minister and tile Clerk of Telayi at work The terms of subscrip ies 44 17 urge M V1ilg1ng has received the After numerous other tion of Bourbon compel the road to be ed us Tuesday that Collector Burnam can I the Kirksville Fair will begini and con Â¬ Bdyd counly ct to glaze and paint the Burnam 13 yards Lonsdale Green Tick- Â¬ 13 LIWJ WORTH LIVING tinue two days This is th first Fair amusements had been indulged in some completed to this place by the 15th of find nobody willing to accept position as OS-et 95c Not If you1 gO throttgh the world a of the season As there are to be two one proposed a mock marriage Mr November and it is bound to come on or gaugcr or storekeeper and had gone to ith four commencements and four other Fairs in the county you had as well Fletcher Marcum editor of the East Ken- Â¬ before that time As the Bath county Louisville to consult eminentlegal counsel 13 yds Masonville Cotton 95c dysppptic AckereforDyspepsia Tablets the wtirtt forms are a positive cure a i tucky Democrat of Catlettsbunr Ky people are a little shaky about the road to learn if the law will allow him to draft jiULl LUUlliJ n n utnij miuiu tu get your stock ready Flatulency and Miss Laura Duke Smith a rich belle ever being completed beyond this point people for that sort of service Estill 13 yds Fruit of the Loom Cot- Â¬ of Djspepshi Indigestion SL-flines Guaranteed and ami Constipation We will reiterate the lenris of Bbtlrbons Court Day from Lexington Ky volunteferedi The Eaglet ton 95c sold by V G White Prescription McDowell of Fayette has bottghl Druggist Auctioneer Bush reports but few cattle clerk made out the license Arid Uc riiihts Subscription i When the road ls com Our Great TJphenval Sale was a peat success Our tfeet wt A very spirited debate took place at the 15 yds Hope Cotton 95c Ember of mule colts in this county at on the market and none sold except sev Â¬ ler pronouncSa lha Holy words Nothing pleted to a point within a quarter of a Itoad horses trotters and runners the public the benefit of our advantages in our purchases Court house on Thursday night between to 100 eral yokes of oxen at 55 to So ttr fflofe was thought of the matter until it mile of the Main street of North Middle Senator Haggard and Judge on the water- Â¬ 17 yds AAA yard wide Brown shod in any manuer desired I have five broke mules sold at to 36o was discovered that the marriage was in town and a train of cars run over the works question The Judge scored a numjust received an eStra lot of fnurjear sold more goods in the last month than we ever did before Cotton 109 io Jlder S V Potts for twelve years a Horses 70 to i6v tw people in town the eye of the law legal and only the same 75000 is to be paid when the ber of good points and showed beyond a ille Junction retsoi ed to old Eecond growth timber for repairing tfiljotion was great- - We have added new friends to sident of Dam 62- mam courts can separate them The lady is branch from North MIddletown is comand dull day generally Bond last wccL All work guar- Â¬ doubt that water is inevitable Winches- Â¬ nil kinds of wagous pleted to connect with the Kentucky Â¬ We Will not stop until every man woman aad ohiW Um distracted over the affair and the gentle Â¬ KirksvilieFalr three weeks from Fri anteed at the very lowest prices Shop ones ter Sun Sclitvelnfcrth Skipped man is said to haw a female friend who Union at or netr Hedges as main is being extended out H H 50000 and It is easy to guess the Judge to whom day back of ISrookss drug store goods in Eichmond is enrolled as our customer and to aeeor A party from Richmond writes from feels cry bad over it Miss Smith is a when the main line Is completed to the et ten squares from the works The Bespectfully the Sun fefers It Was Fkrtagan or Joftes Rockford IHinois as follows this there will be daughter of Gen Green Clay Smith the Bath county line soooo Thua it will Or Mitchell The soothing and restorative ellecta tindrv will be a large patron S U M1DKIFF 8febly or ttees or liecktier or JarricS be seen that nat a dollar of Bourbons Schweinfurth the false Christ has eloquent Baptist preacher of Ayers Cherry Pectoral nre realized hi French Or Stephen French or Scott or 3ring continues at Waco and the gas deeded his farm back to the man from I MIT Subscription will be paid luitil after the Elegant line of Fans at the Palace in all cases of colds otlghs throat or or Bloorm Ems bright and beautiful The weH is whom he bousht it and fled the country lie Was Not In road is extended beyond here Only the Morton or Parrish lung troubles while lis powerful heal Â¬ Governor McCreary Pride ot Rich more three hundred ieet down The Three Forks Enterprise published ing qualities are shown in the most mond Old Gold and Bluegrass Belle Nobody seems to know htm here or to 50000 subscribed by the city or Paris A stranger called at The Climax at HeaUyvtlltf by C 15 Illll h boeming eeriotis pulmonary dioflers Paris News He is looked office Monday and asked for Mr Joseph will have been collected It Hour nt Bonatiza Boiler Mills he home of the mother of Mr J B know much about him lis section for all in sight and assures its we shall continue to offer to the public Turner editor of the Farmers Chronicle 41- itoq at Stanford was burned Tuesday upon as a crank E Forman So readers that two railroads will run to the Money he root of nil evil would be He was informed that the gentleman Was rht Furniture lost Partially insured Eisded His Life capital dfjacksott within the next year or useless in cae of cholera without Can Â¬ Xeedin a tonic orLADIESthat want bnttdlog Bear in Mind that H Streng Never Tires of Giving Bar m m not in really that he parsed away thirty ehtMren nn should take George W McCann half brother of fivo years ago and that the Chronicle was Mfs J O Dunn is visiting friends here so Stanford fottfnal he Harrodsburg Democrat says ters Mogio uilHikeri Cholera CUre it Mr BROWNS IllOX BITTERS iJroOka Dear Inside Journal what capital of is warranted by Stockton ieorge U Barnes lectured here last Mr E E McCann of this place killed long since a mere memory In the mind alter a ldng absence II is pJfcmtto taVe care Malartm Indiges Â¬ We have in the last lew days made many new purchases at m AH dealers keep It tion add BHtaUB himself at Meridian Mississippi Friday of the oldest cilizensi He then asked for The only capital of Jackson hursday and Friday nights to slim audi- Miss Delia Ramsey and Miss Anna Jackson price THE PUBLIC WILL GET TUE BENEFIT night He was about sixty years of age of which we know anything in Ken- Â¬ aces his His name is It J McKinney yoUrtg Ed Turner Nicest line of Hosiery at the Palace We were sorry to Frazec spent last week in Lexington ill tucky is McKee Now there is Jackson residence Is Woodbury Hill county BDeatherage as Administrator of and in health He had been railroad tell Ihe stranger that Ed too had gone the Mr Dan Henderson of Louisville is the capital of Breathitt Eh agent at Meridian ever since the war and way of his father The stranger proved Texaq his statement May 18S9 My HERE IS MORE MUSIC iidy McCord has sold to Conway Do- a most efficient man He was born at to be Mr Winn of St Louis who went visiting his father Dr J A Henderson The Mt Sterling Gazette describing Utile son was cured by 8 S 8 of bad 24 hogs that averaged 341 pounds at H J Streng still furnishes Paris Ky and lived at Selma Alabama to school here fifty years ago Miss Bumie Stone is spending vacation the wounds of Mr Gaitskill after referr- Â¬ sores and ulcers Uie result of a general He said BtS before the war He was a Confederate with relatives near Bedford Trimble ing to the outer third Of Pottpails liga breaking down of his health from it saw nothing he could recall These are the additional he Mr FranV Wardroper has been award- - soldier rnHnt says Ihe supcucial circumflex il feVer Me AVas considered incurable except Tub Climax building which look county notes the contract for the wood work on the A Dress be it Silk Satin Woolen Sateen Gingham or Calico I at It is indeed but two bottles of Swifts Specific ed entirely natural save the tiri roof sub- Â¬ Mr Rcid Rogers of Mt Sterling well iiac was perhaps severed Changed eparatory Department buHdtag of Cen- 25c should so brought him out all right Best French Sateens stituted for the shingle one We managed known here Will sriend the summer in exasperating that the Gazette the one yon want to see Bro Barnes has changed his mind ll University slightly hotice the various parts of the lo name several persons whom he recol Â¬ Europe- Mr John King of JuCKson 5c Handsome Challies again Finding that the Lord was not i If you want any Domestics I am the one you want to see anatomy in that region of the woundcJ soys Mint he was cured of rheumatism sow and then you see a boy with a prospering his lecture for money he has lected and went out to find Ihem Mr Mrs Annie Crcrishaw Of Richmond mans body No mention is made of the In his feet and legs by taking Swifts Good Dress Ginghams aiVrUiiiig tie Dn- nni sing Now and then you see a Iwle decided that he will never charge for Winn does not look to be much over 50 If you want any Cottonades Towels Linens or 25c years of age He loaned a man 50 when Vaj is visitirig her sister Mrs James tensor vagin2e femoris or the obturator Specific This was after he hail tried Handsome Henriettas expensive cathedral glass window what he has to say again as It ng as he Goods line I am the one you want to see JM internus And the psdas magnus how many other remedies both internal to school here it was Judge Bennett Xrkable coincidence lives and that he expects to die in the he went Ladies Shoes and Slippers at And what of ihe iltacus Meeker and years afterwards they met Bishop Dudley and Revs Penick and did it fare you want a good Suit of Clothes for a Man Bey r Cbikl I jmh the If and external and paid many doctors or the Lord The hat will be music prices iMisJoie T Miller daughter of Mr harnessaround we suppose for those who out West the Judge recognized him and Barnweli and Mr Reineke will be here to- And just think how the quadratus femoris bills It pasted one that will suit you Miller lormerly a resident of Dear Gazette do has possibly suffered 52 paid Uie money insisting on paying com- Â¬ morrow oond has a position with the Vin- - wish to contribute to the fund to pay off pound interest gemellus superior will you tell us of the CAUTIOK TO M0IHER3 want anv Shoes SliDners or anything for foot wear I am the his homestead claims on Sannibcl Island Gasoline Stoves in all sizes and at all If von Dr Morris Evans of Lancaster for- Â¬ And pray dont forget to mention the Indiana Commercial Every mother is cautioned against prices from the plainest to the finest at Stanford Journal one you want to see merly pastor of the Methodist cllurch is biceps cufis Escape From Jail- giving her child laudanum or rwra 45- Ugessman W J Stone formerly of Bubck Piiblvs hereon a visit Tom Bayles a Jackson county man If you want a Ilat I can Hat you Sad Accident Two Richmond gentlemen went down goric It creates an unnatural craving -- ntjr delivered an address to the Mrs A Million County Superintend lo Cincinnati to have their ears treated for stimulants which kills the mind of Co to Jack Freemans and sco the Sunday afternoon while the little eight under life sentence to the penitentiary ari Editorial Associatom at its rc- Ihe child Ackers Uaby Soother is If you want a Carpet I am your Carpet Man teen months old daughter of Prof A N escaped from the Richmond jail Satur- Â¬ ent of Public Schools is in Lexington The doctor dropped a little oil into their specially prepared to benefit children Terra Cottr Shoes and Uppers for Emcrting held at Nevada Mo 45- If you want any Flannel Over Shirts or Underwear ef any kJml I ears and told them to call next day They and cure their pains It is lmrmless Misses and Children Gordon formerly of this place was play day morning about 5 oclock where he attending the Chautauqua Jrhn Howard the merchant prince ing in the y ard at the home of her par was confined for safe keeping At that - panii contains no opium or aiorpnine How are those cars this mornfix you Flour meal bran ami Stiip stult at Dr John D Gilbert of Clark county called hoiu iy w u winic lretcripium FprJ was here Saturday and said tlie ents in Fayette Bonanza Roller Mills Richmond Ken countyi she was kicked in hour Turnkey Turner unlocked thd ddbr and Mr Bob Quiscnberry of Fayette ing r asked the doctor of one of the gen- Druggist Brd m s had received Quantities of loirs Oh I can hear better than I tlemen K Forman Sox the head by a horse and fatally injured between the office and jail and ascended cOunty were here on Monday tucky a good summers work wa assured ever could I hear too well in fact was Tire horse was standing in the yard and to the second floor where he released Poland China Hogs Bix ppoola of Clarks thread for 26 Miss Mary Turner of Richmond is tlve reply For Trices I refer you to my locals found elsewhere jh this papery Let me see said the doctor lTtie woodwork on the new hotel is the chHd unnoticed walked up behind it some prisoners lo work on the streets visiting Those wanting pnre Poland China cents at the Palace 40- Miss Margaret Kinnaird on as he helJ his watch a foot away from the He returned and locked the door An t ats J Eason Wiggins did it and and threw her arms around its legs hngq any ago for breeding purposes as a sample of what I will do If Low Prices Peiie Broadway Danville Advocate Do you hear the watch will do well to call at once patients ear Ailrlce to STothen The corks of the shoes penetrated the hour later when he went into the jail he can t be beat It is the only hotel in v liiavc the Mrs Wr55Low3 Soothixq Strop shonMttlwaii missed Bayles and a prisoner named Lakes Good Goods are any inducement dont fat to come Plainly was Mr B F Roach a student of Central tick queried the doctor forehead causing the brains to ooze out Centuky finished m quarter sawed oak pigs and shonls I have ever ba used when children en cottiBg teeth It re produces natural a Jackson county man but who was Unitcrsity in 1S79 now a practicing the emphatic response And that asked best lot of lieTMthoUttlesaffercratoocc it Nicholasville Journal BARGAIN SALE which now begin had quiet Bleep nnd the little cherub awakes aa bright J II BOfiGS- Â¬ Jim Hill of Union City for shooting ca n button It It U very pleasant to tastepain Prof Gordon formerly taught in Cen- Â¬ serving a short term for unlawfully sell- lawyer in Harrodsburg was in town yes the doctor holding the watch a yard away It soothes the chil4softenstbegnmsallays aU ing whisky at Berea nd wounding Dud Sams in Richmond tral University Examination re- Â¬ terday Distinctly was the prompt answer regulates the bowels and is ths best knoTnrcinedf a rising teethiag or vealed a wooden key in the cage door blurt day of last month was tried Salur Best French iSiileons 22 cents at Ihe for dlarrbooa whether iiTO cestsfrombottle And that said the doctor as he placed a other cutties Tweutj Miss Eunice Tomlin of Jackson Ten- Â¬ and one in the partition door between the jgY before County Judge Chenault and ST A 40 the watch at least nine feet from tlve pa- Â¬ Palace 66 nessee arried last week to visit Miss iSaJuit x Mrs A Million Pretty well even at that Superintendent of parts of the jail in which the two men tients ear Mary Burnam being en rout home from Special rates will be given on family V G Bayles had passed from Tho Terra Catta Shoo3 and Slippers Wsin StrPPt TiP Public Schools Prof M Elliott and were confined distance gleefully responded the happy 52- jlt is believed Uiat a discharged raHroad school in New York r washing by the steam laundry tf Misses Campbell and Arnold attended the his side through the partition door and ac- Â¬ exclaimed the doctor at Jack Trcenans are simply ele Â¬ My my man L nployee named Uuth from Cincinnati companied by Lakes had gone out the Mr N K White ot Huntsville Ak Â¬ you do hear most wonderfully well and spied suicide at the St Nicholas State Teachers Association at WinchesThe Steam Laundry will gant ter last week They report a successful cage door on that side into the corridor bama son of Congressman Ad White t he first patient I ever had to complain of 10 00 Suits for 5500 at the Palace Stel this place one morning last week commence work next week meeting and feel greatly improved and and when Turner opened the door and formerly of this place visited his uncles hearing tic well lets try the other ear n got all right Nice country lard and meat of all encouraged The officers elected were went up stairs they escaped through the the Messrs Irvine last week Then the doctor lepeatcd the perfjrmance ami avili dyoTiiLworIi at the kinds new honey milk t linke and on the other side of the oatient and the re lowest price Forman announced from the pulpit President J J Glenn Madisonville 5 Vice office To better explain we give a dia Â¬ Misses Annie White and Mollie Fife of it cliexp orequet sets at A H Lalors gram The doctor was sim Â¬ ay that the first Presbyterian President T M Goodnight Franklin Richmond in company with the lattcrs sult was the same Young man jou should have your 44 17 is out of debt and that the funds Treasurer Hiram Roberts Louis ille mother spent Sunday with MUs Kate ply amazed Then he tested the ears of collars and cutis laundried at nidation were contributed generally Secretary R H Carothers Louisville Walden on Lexington avenue Lancaster the other patient beginning by holding shirts DFlour tf Evrhole congregation Railroad Secretary J T Gaines Louis- Â¬ the watch a foot away Do you hear the new laundry News At flo Pntnnin HnllAr Mills YOU ville State Editor J O Hodges Lex Â¬ No said the new patient that And PEOPLE EVERYWHERE f will find such choice braudof-flMIF-2Steam Laundry will com- Misses Lucy Chenault and Annie that 1H ington The next meeting will be held moving the asked the doctor 1 I tregaar work next week and at Mt Sterling Confirm our statement when we say Bluegrass Belle Old Gold Pride of i-1j ol Bridgeforth returned from Richmond watch within three inches of the ear No that Ackers English Remedy is in Richmond and Governor McCreary raes will be uiven on family -Monday accompanied by their handsome was the prompt response Well that every way superior tn any and all other I 41- E Fokman Son Tiiis is a home institution and Central University Wins cousin Mr Newland Jones Mt Sterling then placing the watch square against preparations for the Throat and Lungs J patronized by all our people Sentinel Democrat I An oratorical contest occured at the I Twelve yards Green Ticket Lonsdale No came the answer Chang- In Whooping Cough and Croup it is the ear 1 t magic and relieves at once We ofler for S100 at the Palace 40The party given to Miss Mary Turner ing the watch to the other ear the doctor you a sample bottle free Remember hoebc May Miller daughter of Lexington Chautauqua on last Saturday in which several colleges of Central Ken- Â¬ Cant hear it tick this Remedy Is sold on a positive and the Misses Kinnaird and Dr Letcher asked hows that nrrp has sent The Climax 1 Mr John by W G While Prescription of Richmond by Mr and Mrs James even a little solemnly remarked the new sarkably fine specimens of June tucky were represented Let me see let me sec mused Drujrgist Kinnaird Thursday night was attended patient Tlie rees have been producing Van Lear of Louisiana who recently Remaining unclaimed In the Posl 1 by all our young society people and they the doctor as he opened his big double- fruit since the first week in graduated from Central University was Ofllce nt Richmond Ky week ending If you have not tried any of our var Â¬ July 2nd 18S0 awarded the first prize 75 in money I bless me he exWe all report having a most delightful time cased watch Mr Stanley representing Centre College Harrison Charles i if I didnt forget to wind my ious brands of flour do toat once aud Arnold Richard There were about twenty couples present claimed uilcT encountered a fragment received Uie second you can set as ood Rtakeman B F prize Kentucky Johnson Sallie The refreshments were delightfully and watch last night and it ran down at three be convluced that POSITIVELY HAVE THE- OSKKIDOK that murdered the two Italians University Georgetown and Mtllersburg Logan Haston as Burnam Nellie B beautifully served oclock this morning The patient who Hour at bome and at as low prices Danville Advocate Burnam Georgia Login Mrs Annie rland Gap and was shot at by were represented The Chautauqua is could not hear the watch tick fell over on you cau anywhere else MeKec Julia Crook Mrs L Prof R Tate Irvine returned from the a sofa and Jrunken fellows The Bishop not conducted in the interest of any sect 41- E Fokman Son Devenport Henry McClintock C T laughed long and loud while University of Virginia last week He lis wav aBd the fellow went or denomination and of course selected Mollie Shearer Mrs Ann the doctor looked confused and wound up Calicos at 4 cents and up at the Pal- Denny David stopped at Winchester where Common Setdon W D Doyle judges who awarded the prize upon the his watch When they turned to guy the ace 49- Simmons Wm Fouler Sarah Pleas Court was in session Judge Flanna- needs a pavement on the merits of the oration Mr Van Lear is patient who heard so unusually well he Glayier Mr A hie Smith IV L Lalor buys Country Produce ICas GoWcn Mrs Robert Vernon IT R A Mr Turner says that when he called gan presiding as special Judge and secur- Â¬ was gone He went straight to his hotel Hon of Main street from the gas to be congratulated His graduating irth Bayles an- Â¬ ed license to practice law Prof Irvine and wrote a letter back to the boys saying aud Iron 44 17 2 Gross Maj S P Friday night all in White James speech was much admired out ks the depot The one on the has not decided just where he will locate Post Office hours from 6a M to 7 P swered as he thought from his cell that the thing happened to June and T ffruth ade is not adequate so crowded 1incrille Livery The only single apron binder on the jr Money order and registered letter in the diagram is B Now he but we hope he will drop into Richmond when June came home he was surprised which a put train time that progress k both market la manufactured by Walter A hours prompt 7 a sr to 0 m Stephen D Parrish Richmond Ky of thinks Bayles was in the next cell O Wherever he may stop he will divide to slow and unpleasant have the boys begin to rat him before Wood and for sale by J B WILLIS p sr Parrish Bros Co has purchased the which was not in use and which he honors and fees with the best of the bar he got out of the car 45- Breck Phelts H Fox together with his Turner did not lock John Harvev blacksmith on Second stable of R All he had to Mr B R Forman a prominent lawyer BEREA street has supplanted Ms bellows with a stock This stable will be under the do was to unlock the partition door of New Orleans is visiting his father Rev Many Persons double geared fan that he pronounces a management of Mr Eugene Parrish an D and he was with Lakes and they Dr Forman this place Mr Forman is Are brolisii down from overwork or household Mr Winans of Covington is visiting cares vast improvement He thinks the Old experienced horseman For a first class escaped through the door at E They on his way home from Washington TWO NICE COTTAGES of four Browns Iron Bitters i Apply to retrallus the system aids digestion removes ex- Â¬ rooms each time bellows will sooq be a relic of the livery outfit of every kind call at the attempted to remove the stone sill under where he has been to present several his cousins the McColIums of this place cess or bile and cures malaria Get the ctauine 3- V S POWELL Mrs Belle Markley of Cincinnati is Parrish stable Buggies buck boards dead past like the mill s4onc an outside window but it is probable cases in the Supreme Court of the United Mrs L M Hanson carts wagons surre s and saddle hones that daylight came upon them Have you been to the Palace Dry States He is attorney for the New visiting her sister Senator Harris has aline Sunday school for ladies and gentlemen This stable is 49 Robinson is improving the ap- Â¬ Goods Store T J Jailer Maupin offered 100 reward and Orleans Cotton Exchange against the of fifty pupils at the hrick school house well guarded against fire by hose and went in search but Bayles has not been pearance and comfort of his store by add railroads that have been discriminating PIMPLES ON THE FACE is the most complete ever offered in this city oa his farm mostly the children of tobac water plugs and well equipped with ex captured cotton freights in MlfcS HELEN BROWN will organ- Â¬ Mr Forman ing a porch and balcony in front co tenants He carried out Saturday a perienced hands thus making it a desira Â¬ Denote an impure state of Ihe blood ize a class in Elocution at 305 West A letter left by Bayles says he made was sent to Washington a year Mrs Florence Titus died on the 2ist of He ble place for boarding horses For corn aud are looked upon by many with quantity of literature for the school more than twenty keys before he got one ago on a similar mission and succeded so June leaving six little ones motherless suspicion Acker Blood Elixir will Main btreet on Monday July Sib be- Â¬ is the Superintendent artd makes a good and tween 9 aud 10 oclock A M For hay call on J C Parrish Stephen to fit Where he got his pattern is not well that he was returned He has re- Her disease was quick consumption remove all impurities and leave the further information apply at the Rob- Â¬ -one D Parrish Proprietor Eugene Parrish known One of the numerous keys was of cently been successful in some of the and T y It After a long sickness Columbus Reed complexion smoothwill soclear There erts House is nothing that thoroughly and J C Parrish Managers Pineville iron which was found largest cases that has ever been before died at the home of E T Fish where he Rev Joe A MundayJthe evangelist new and bright embraces everything build np the constitution purify ami the courts of the Crescent City and Prohibition lecturer whose doings Messenger Had had been most kindly cared for for sever Â¬ strengthen the whole system Hold aud m a Â¬ he been at the bar when the famous al months here several years ago 4W people will guaranteed by W G White PrescripThe Paris Laundry tion Druggist Myra Clarke Gaines instituted her liferemember had his throaij cut from car Preparations for boring for gas approach iu As Richmonds steam laundry opens a long suit against the city she would never completion to ear in a bar room broil i Baltimore The high tower has been Boots aud Shoes at your own price at for business this week we quote from the We have just completed one of the I have won it Stanford Journal 49- erected and other arrangemeuts ace the Palace Paris Kentuckian Citizen a few words handsomest aud best arranged hotels He was here nearly made in Kentucky which we will rent pub concerning the laundry in that town Vigor and Vitality Three hundred feet of the big Louislicly to the highest bidder on HERE IS MORS KUSIC Paris Steam Laundry during the short ville Southern bridge over Kentucky Are V B Cornelison of Wichita Prof W G Frost and wife of Oberlin I quickly given to every part of the O arrived Friday night He has come to be- - time it has been in operation has rapidly river at Tyrone have been swung out fradM this county has body by Hoods Sargjparilla flint H Sireng still fnraislies SATURDAY JULY 20th 1889 Tt1- - W the Palaee Drv Goods I grown into public fayor a natural result It is said that trains are to be run be- Â¬ tired feeling Is entirely overcome The Hook over the field preparatory to decid- iM large 11 ing whether to accept the unanimous call it These are ilie additional The lioue contains 43 bed room aud reÂ¬ hereafter J when it is known that the proprietors are irst street and ami handsome oillce parlors tween Cincinnati and Louisville by way blood la purified enriched and vital Â¬ he harreceived to the Presidency of the e sister to Mr prompt reliable gentlemen and have fit- Â¬ His ception room In short it 13 first class ized and carries lienltu instead of ills notes jjj touKer oie of the firm reached ted up their laundry with every appliance of the Cincinnati Southern to Georgetown ease to jvery organ The stomach Is College Pres Fairchild has resigned on throughout For further information thence br way of Midway to Versailles CloUimg address necessary for turning out first class work Mens Suits of account of the weight of years k Louisville Southern to Louis Â¬ toned and strengthened tho appetite -The patronage is not confined to Paris and over the f-- a 750 900 3 5 J STONE WALKER EeoyKy 500 S600 restored The kidiiejs and liver aro KIRKSVILLE- Richmond I V Ul and environs but they receive custom ville UIW1 O Miifn roused and invigorated The brain is 1100 and 1200 1000 Kirksville Fa is thd best hung from all of our neighboring towns to such A meeting of stockholders was held in refreshed the mind made the The friends ahd relatives are glad to clear and Fair in enirar jvemucicy an extent that the establishment i kept Louisville Tuesday night with reference for ready for work fry It It know Miss Emma MTddleton is now con- Cant be bought elsewhere n m the dies department running to its utmost capacity Messrs D to the R N I Several gentlemen valescent less than 200 to S750 a suit re especial notice a we bespeak for Kearns Lavin well merit the large and from Madison county were present They -- OF A special from Cynthiaua says Mr Colton will soon complete his ele strong ccipeiiuon Dy uie increasing trade Ihey are receiving report everything satisfactory and that Capt Joseph Deslm an ex Con federate gant store room and hall wTdch will be more Gome and look at them Association and adding counties 52- Se of Madison the road is going to Beattyville as fast as Captain and a prominent farmer of quite an acquisition to the village BUI fc j Mr fames BAC5 ot this county men can build it Harrison county had his face and eyes 1 Mrs B F TeviS- - accompanied her trurmn aim Ellison On last baturoay uj v Capt Thomas who has charge of the badly burned by putting powder iu the daughter Mrs E G Muth as far as B Cunningham bougtlolJ S lol- has some jpecimens of rare money One On Wednesday Jnly 10 1889 OUB B survey between Richmond stove under the Impression that the Cincinnati on her way horns in St Louis lot on the NorlhAt corner of is a 65 bill of old Continental money R N I Irvine streetr fdtjhe sum or and U well preserved It has been in the and Beattyville was here on Saturday article was something else after a brief visit in Paris ird and as a Committee appointed by the Board having been to Nicholasville lie says an Get ready for tho Kirksrlllo Fair of Directors of the Richmond Natural XnCMV- family a long time Miss Minnie Walker accompanied Miss JJ 700 Â¬ Gas Company we will sell to tun high Â¬ ojnioj Another is a 25 cent bill It reads as immense amount of work has been done It feet on Irvine sirec Giger home then thoy expect expect J est Wdjpr y ted for a hery stable wih they will JoIIotvs C No I24 Lexington Octo- Â¬ between this and that place and a arge extensive tour to the eastern ft The new Steam Lauudry Co have to make an places build force is making all possible speed He is mediaUlr v ber 1 Jth 1837 Five years after date the citiesand all of interest wJr to put the price of work determined Men Boys and Children will find jast what they w A in Danville Lancaster and Nicholasville nearly ready to locate the line from Rich Â¬ G Drv Hamilton delivered a very interest City Lot For SaH down so low that everybody can afford Turnpike Co promise to pay J llanley mond to Beattyville Â¬ at their own price in our CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Wl MadSole to have their work done there as cheap Â¬ ing lecture in behalf of the W C T U The Natural Gas -- onipji0ar ror I or bearer Twenty Five Cents with Inter Said lot to the City of Richmond The Cumberland Gap tunnel U fast ly as elsewhere Bpecial rates given on on Thursday night The society propos Â¬ uuoncni- lot in uc 100 feet lea nice Halli est from date Authorized by law Road nearing completion From the Tennessee family washing ffronton name Irvine Street js upon prepared to furnish you with a complete oitfit es jjo give a picnic soon and the Dr will 41- if aong the 17C0 foot vciir liyami runs iou ieet 1 uoro L SJ Attest A Stephens side the tunnel is in sixteen hundred feet wwi pledsed deliver an address for the benefit of the a Well 1760 feetdeep Kale at will do it if yon are a man si taste and 1 ty ace rfnaerr nmnl Pltrli A-- sunt v Big premium list at the Kirksville children and fourteen hundred feet from the Ken oclock in front of Court house door terests Many a yoing girl shuts herself on As we mention everythlif Died of His YVoaads hiscity il his Din is printed on rarncr a good tucky side The contractors say they Fair It The news of the death of John W r from society because ber face is cover yeurseu E1IU shot VotCj tauality of paper and has been wejl kept will shake hands under the gap on the V k Bale positive and without reserve SL -m Elliott alfa Get your clothes reaijy for the laun Â¬ Walker ot Rockcastle formerly of Mad ed with pimples aud blotches Al F Terms madeknawu on day of sale at uerea Stacks r3s3P 12th of August The Cumberland Gap sigrca in ins arc yer plain lnckrcounty Ihhi was very onexpeated and mueli re disfiguring nuruors arcr removed by tf D CHENAULT Tirs bill if not barred by limitation tunnel when completed will be 3Soo dry greitod His family has thecympaihy of purifying tig Mood with Ayeta SarJ 31 J STONE WALKER in the company still exists is now worth feet long connecting the States of Ten Â¬ Klktvlile Fair July 2th and 27lti the community He leaves a wife and Mparitla Tfife remedy te the safesw CM UIUUUT nessee and Xentucky through the great 21 West Maw Street Rkutnom U one ch ld ii and raoef remble that eon be used Cowffliltef- tr IT BllRiT f 3 I f Â¬ THE RESULT IS ER 4 sick-headac- THE PUBLIC IS BEK AS ITS SERY ED J 0F Â¬ Â¬ thinrr Isfj HJStrengs Aim Isi1 illllU UUUU5 nnrin r Â¬ irr Â¬ Â¬ t I m Mr uo let up J nsr the bauga PrSONAL IF YOU WAN1 Jr jf lie i f i Â¬ p Â¬ rt Hons E Â¬ H J STRESS IS - Yalise mn city d prices -- IS REQUESTE- S 1 Gut P4 TO EXAMINE DE AND AT 1 Â¬ 1 1 1 THE FURNISHING WE TM EST Â¬ 1 Â¬ LATEST STYLES NEW GOO fci TV -- r Reasonable Prices OUR ASSOETMENT OE TOM KENT SHMWOLLiftCfESrimEffi Â¬ Â¬ OUR NECKWEA i -- mTiB PUBLIC EEITIIC- Â¬ We Make a Specialty of Flannel Sk To wear one is to oe convinced tnt will wear no other We can pleai most critical can not be excelled in sizes prices Â¬ J OUR LINE OF HOSIER colors sf r n Â¬ -- POLIO SALE Â¬ -- - nzs We cany the Best brands Qn in every shape style size and color Sr the man or boy whom we ctmt pleaself have to wear a bonnet MEBCHKT TAILORING DEP4RTM Jm Farmers Beware Dont Buy a Spring Tooth Cultivator un til ousee the Albion For Sale Only By TAYLOR JOHN Agent for ison County is perfect in every equipment inspection of goods and prices we w J W lot s Jr cant csssilt yatr anig aiikw H rm t A - j -- t covnrotfeif -- jaBLp wr if Tf A i iJ i -- - t -- i mVQMmmsmS 4 r fife it i -- Zp- - JfK-r- Ji K E BK at -- - nr-- s 3M i - V fc 2 Us fmekr- - J ARROWS S J AXI THE FORTY IMMORTALS CAPTURED THE SHIP aa fe cr rfSTlKlSE Ciias S BUSH ED rAl Powr -- di SfhrnicJ t rr wit Bjc Ccn- - F 1 RpYALJKIIJi IOE PBB VEDNESDA WfflftllATlC C hU North wctt YEAR rrr cWEEN wwy A Ut of the Famous French Academy as IterUed for IKS 1 Sully Prudbomme best known by hb popular pootry 2 Victor Duruy a famous historian and minister 8 Leon Say bestknown through his works upon political economy 4 Octave Fouillot a leading novelist A 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Pass Agt CJiuituuooga Tenn C GAUIT4 Matis c aildress 1cjsicag o LAFAYETTE end GenI Mgr Cixcinnati D G Edwauds Gen Pass Agt O Hi Eajirt Iraki SCI THominibit Ckiitt WUlmaaSlkepine Cars and Elegant He KjlOimiMt GLslit Cars on Niffht Train aflrri ft wnt Parlor Oars en Say Trains J SI EED SMITH ciias s poweix SHITH POWELL Louis Cincinnati and St Bls Fou rtu UL6ILC Ballwiy Uie 12 Maxima Iu Camp is a distin Â¬ guished lltoratour 18 Xavier Marmior wroto books of traveL 14 Due do Brolic politician son of an ox Ministor lo Jurien de la Gravier a wrltoron maritime subjects 16 F De Lesseps of Suez and Pan Â¬ ama canal fame 17 Tainc author of History of En- Â¬ glish Literature the struggle 18 De Vogue authority on Russian Shortly afterward tho first otflcot1 literature becoming nlarmcd at the sudden lurch- Â¬ 19 mile Augior moralist of dra- Â¬ ing Of the vessel rushed on deck matic literature Closo to tho wheel lying on the deck 20 Alexandra Dumas dramatic ho perceived a dark inort mass Hollo works of which La Damo aux Came thoro you lubber bawled out tho liah is tho most famous mate what do you mean sloeping at 21 Pailleron is tho wittiest French your post Then he administered a dramatic writer sound kick at what ho mistook for tho 22 Jul os Clarotio director of tho sleeping sailor but which to his hor- Â¬ Comedie Franoaisc ror turned out to bo tho bear With a 23 Mezioros is a professor and lit- Â¬ snort of pain tho brute burled himself terateur upon tho first officer felling him to tho 21 Kenan the famous roligious con- Â¬ deck with a blow of his paw Thon troversialist seizing tho fallen officers leg in his 25 Cherbulioz a distinguished nov- Â¬ jaw bo actually bit it in two below tho elist knee cap 26 Ed Hervo a French publicist and By this timo tho captain and crew journalist Were all on deck but bruin evidently 27 Emile Ollivior lawyer polittoian thinking discretion tho better part of and ox minlster valor clambored up the shrouds and a 23 De Mazode is a prominent pub- Â¬ moment later perched himself comfort- Â¬ licist and has published standard books ably up In the cross treos Tho cap- Â¬ on Spain and Italy tain enraged at tho condition of tho 29 Rousse lawyer and French juris- Â¬ wounded men ordored tho cabin boy prudence to bring him his revolver and begad 30 Due dAudiffret Pasquel politi- Â¬ peppering tho boor up in tho rigging cian and Senator Owing to tho darkness and tho 31 Pasteur tho famous sciontist lurching of tho vossol none of the 32 Henri Meilhac a favorite play Â¬ missiles struck the boar so the captain wright and novelist wisely awaited the break of day to 33 Camilte Doucet a well known settle bruins account dramatic author When daylight finally came ho suc- Â¬ 34 F Coppee ono of the most pop-Â¬ ceeded In killing tho bear who foil to ular French poets tho deck with a loud crash Tho cap 35 Gaston lioissier professor of lit- Â¬ tain th en sot about to amputate the first erature officers leg thero being no surgeon on 36 Due dAumale fourth son of King board and tho poor follow died shortly Louis Philippe after from blood poisoning Tho fol- Â¬ 37 Mgr Perraud prominent ecalosl lowing day the other seaman died and astical writer when tho Golden Star reached the Capo 38 Ludovic Hnlevy a successful of Good Hopo her sails were torn to dramatic writer and former collabora- Â¬ shreds hor binnacle was broken and tor of No 32 with whom ho furnished sho was badly damaged and all on ac- Â¬ tho libretti for Offenbachs most popu- Â¬ count of the savage bear that tried to lar operettas N Y Letter run tho ship 39 Julos Simon a renowned politi- Â¬ cian ELECTION BRIBERY 40 Comto dHautoville Sonator and The Patt Played by Corrupt Men In Ban Â¬ political writer Gil Bias ning American Politics It is with a sense of profound humili- Â¬ WHITE HOUSE LETTERS ty if not of outright shame that ono How Secretary Ilalford Dispones of tho 6peaks in a foroign journal of bribery Presidents Correapondence as an important olement in tho contest Private Secretary Ualford says And yet that such an element played n Tho White House correspondence is great part in tho canvass no one in tho decidedly heavy a little lighter than United States pretends to deny Every usual during tho past three days but body knows that tho prevalence of it is heavy onough The number of bribery in ono form or another is an letters received now ranges from 500 ovil that is growing and is already to 700 a day Throe times did our alarming Each of tho parties admits daily mall come dangerously near to ite own guilt simply declaring in tho 1000 Each of thoso ttinei the total way of mitigation that tho othor party exceeded 990 so wo have not yet Is at loast as bad a Hself Tho only Our lightest crumb of comfort that one can gain In reached four figures day was last Tuesday when some- Â¬ ttr8c6ntcmplation of this prod thing less than 500 letters arrived i igious evil is in tho two fold remem- Â¬ am not referring now to the family brance of the state of English politics mall that is jsrrtirely separate and in this regard during the century distinct frorjrthe official oorrespon boforo tho reform of the civil service denoeIn addition to all these lotters and in the further lact that with a re-Â¬ IhaTcome by mail there aro a great form of tho service the general prev- Â¬ many delivered in person by interested alence of bribery In English elections parties How many I dont know ceasod to exist The simple fact is There are oords of them Thats tho that tho magnitudo of tho stako at is- Â¬ easiest way to measure them We sue is too much for human nature send an immodiate acknowledgement Thore woro in tho recent contest at of each communication Tho carrying least ono hundred thousnnd office hold- Â¬ out of that plan bos kopt our llttlo ers who lookod upon tho election sim- Â¬ forco busy as bees but we have never ply as a matter that was to determine yet allowed ono woeks work to lap whether they wore to bo turned out of over into the next one Tho olgtuV thoir positions or whothor they were hour law has not been in forco horo to bo retained Their arguments wcro Wo have worked until ten eleven or liko thoso of the official who said to twelve oclock at night every night up Georgo III I Jiavo tho most con- Â¬ to that of lost Saturday and on that clusive reasons for supporting your day we had every thing done by six Majestys policy In fact I havo eleven oclock the first night off since tho such reasons a wifo and ten chil- Â¬ inauguration Charles Kendall Adams in dren Tho reply is written in shorthand by Contemporary Review Mr Tibbott on a corner of the letter which is to be answered and it is scut The Economy of Ensilage in to Colonel Crooks office where Mr There is no question that twice a R V Ladow and an aggregation of keys and wires can be found at almost many cattle can be fed by means of any hour of tho day or night MrLadow ensilage as by any other manner of reads with great facility the shorthand feeding A silo need not bo a costly notes made by Mr Tibbott and with affair a simplo ono is made as follows the aid of his typewriter in tho man Â¬ A foundation is mode of sills with two agement of whiah ho is an expert ho cross sills bedded in a cement floor 2 by 10 studs aro morticed in tho sills writes hundreds of replies and ad The in- Â¬ drosses hundreds of envelopes dally It 16 inches apart from centers has not been rogarded as etiquette to side is boarded up with common boards laid horizontally and 12 inches use the typewriter In tho Presidents wide Tho boards aro covered with correspondence but it is ligible and rapid aud it is used at the White starred roofing paper and a second Houso now even for social correspond- Â¬ layer of boards is put on breaking joints half way This makes an air Â¬ ence A great many lotters go to Sec rotary Ilalford and thoso ho puts on tight wall If tho silo is more than 12 ono side until tho afternoon rush is feet wide or long a partition should bo over when ho dictates suitable but put across to resist tho pressure Tho not always satisfactory replies to Miss plates should be held with ties of throo Sanger Some few of the more im- Â¬ by eight timber spliced with 80 penny portant letters are laid before the nails through into the 6tuds a good President by the secretary and rcplios roof should bo put on and an upper are dictated at the earliest possible story largo enough for a cutting ma Â¬ moment Thon while the President is chine should bo made with a half out taking his afternoon ride Miss floor Tho outsido is then clapboard Sanger goes to work with her note- Â¬ ed A silo 12 feet square and 15 feet book and typewriter and tap3 off re- Â¬ deep will hold 40 tons N Y Times plies by the score Cor Chicago A Dog That Puts Out Fires Globe -- torian from the Chinese sons tells of an excit Â¬ ing adventure which occurred on tho bark Golden Star from Ban Francisco which ran into the Capo of Good Hopo In a disabled condition owing to tho mad pranks of a wild bear said Captain Drew This bear was a great big black fellow weigh Â¬ ing fully four hundred pounds Ho was confined in a strong wooden box which was placed on the deck aft of tho chaplains cabin One night just ns thoy woro chang Â¬ ing watcn on the Golden Star twelvo bolls having boon etruck the bear pried off ono of tho wooden bars of tho capo and got out Mr Bruin Eniffed tho strong salt breeze for tt mOmonl and thon began wandering about tho deck Suddenly ho spied tho man at tho wheel and without further ceremony ho crawled up to him and rising on his baunohes struck tho jack tar a savage blow with his huge paw Then ho seiEod tho sailor by tho loft leg mangling it frightfully and causing tho poor follow to let go his hold on tho whcol Tho ship immedi- Â¬ ately broached to and fell off her course the soils slnppod wildly and tho binnacle light was extinguished in rhioh recently returned to Now York Captain Drew of tho ship Sea Witch nltafle SlecBinsr Can rv wafcgiu 1 CochocSecoDd- Cars all ran throccfa rfixsge bctwaco C irinrutl and SuLcnut 3iw nrst Oaw saand rnllmn HecHnfn Fire-- tairauce 1 Some Feminine Prophesies m y- - 1 Please Read 4 JHi We represent ten of the strongest rrfarsiniiati and Peoria HI Fire Insurance Companies In the world j we represent tho company that Chair C no I B A TT Short Hef has the largest capital the largest paid S m ornrnodlouB Reclining Chair Cars up capital thelargest areeff the only company Jhat pays Jin 048 without discount and does not agreo lu its poHcy to make you wait sixty days I1I via SHELDOIf after a are lo get your money We a r it e Bd ft jagt write at the kmefat rates given by any as4 reerls deie sd 1m company then JTTtCiiiacaStloBi are all Msec If dinner isnt ready hell raise the Metteci rde with hoBUmttt to HjonsKMi ntn tea roof hb4 tgit QkU t HI fritrfjial ftinU Why not Insure in the Best Youd better get a man to do it Jncd at in Ticket Office C I fit I CfltStalnn lx tbii lise at all Coapon Ticket Our oomiwnies are booked hy over You cant put up a stove ijjptet mrwuraoat the coaatry Its no us planting those seeds in 542000000 capital aud overS12o1000000 K ECAH Cairu and Tkt afeot assets It wHI I too late after you are that place They wont grow asaarwcia burced out Call anil see us tefore you If you eat that now beforgolhg to r insure elsewhere Our rates aud terms bed you wont sleep any tc rught1 are tlie best Dont do it You wont get your 28 28 SMITH PO WELL monoy back If wo havont any thing fit to eat company will come t Manufacturing Company Just so suro as I lcavo tho houso mncnine wiin Hand 1 some thing happens and Poralvp Kruvrfaliu Now I will work steady ari day and rfuvalM iravelera in Any one wlshlntr n Mi havo nothing to show for it l tufs type will please Ipave That child will bo spoiled tie OHee j nrsi street I told you Jouraal CovingJon Arnold Bro want ta J F Stonk buy 100O0O sounds of W01l Win t iswrfJ only by orOer not the highest market pi ice TJiaw wbo The dearest spot on earth tothe J 1 JS iw6 weoi 10 sen win ihair gambler Is Jaokfs pot Florida Ti w RfiUm luierew e can Uatea ak r Elegant Reclining Chair Cars cnnu 7Z clfiCTr Te T Z cofe tjf t Lippincotts says in its Boole Talk Thoro never was a femalo prophet The man who wroto that had bettor confine his talk to books and not mention women Listen to the fem Â¬ inine prophesies all fulfilled Youll ruin your now stovo plpo Its going to rain Hell be sorry if ho marries thaiV woman Those black stockings wont wash If you change your flannels youll catoh cold r IOOOOO Founds WOOL WANTED liiyw Mr Elmer rartridgo keeps neither hand gronades nor fire extinguishers in his houso on Halsey street near Hill street Newark because ho owns a dog of tho Irish setter breed that can put out flames as quickly a a fireman and with far less damage to the threat- Â¬ ened property Twice ho discovered small fires In tho night on his masters premises and pawed them out before he aroused the family to show them bis good work On both occasions ho was slightly burned Mr Partridge has no doubt that if ho had tho least foar that a firo was getting beyond his control ho would sound an alarm at once A bundle of straw or nowspo pors ignited and a cry of Firo brings Dan as the dog is called at a gallop to the place If he can not extinguish tho blaze with his paws ho rolls upon it quite regardless o tho danger of singeing his handsome rod coat But tho strangest part of hlsiorformaoco is the afterpiece As soon as ho has put out tho fire he lies down and deliberately eats alt tbe ashes with ap parent enjoyment Tho animal is otherwise a vegetarian Ho will cat no mettt butdovouw vegetables greed Â¬ ily and delights especially In mashed potatoes N Y Sua cbefc frrothrsvof ifirlland Ore were kH bora on trwfFeajHh of July tw 4 Â¬ 8cr--Chtcs- Joseph Charles and Frank Klou -- 1 HaalsBlnBSLsssssssssssl vi f 1 sMtr -7- -- 4Tm--g- L nil Jjm awuwi and ose m this - cousty 1 i Tragic Memories of the Csars Most Gor- - Extraets from Explorer Stanleys tetter I to tbe Geographical Society Ceous nweUlus Centnry Defers Cliriit At Avlalbba about half way between bo any frank Thoro can nrr longer Coined monoy as you know Is a Â¬ very ancient Invention Thoro may gayety in this Winter Palace haunted Panya Falls and tho Nepoko tho natwo horse Corn tives attacked our camp In quite a Sell tho best one aud golden ago whan gold wr3 as It must be by one of those formld havo been a lVe Planters upon resolute and determined fashion Their altogether unknown and pooplo paid bble souvenirs which imposo with cows not with coins Whon fnVal rtiVnllltlrfff n ltitfiibrlchM nhvsi- - stores of poisoned arrows they thoughtÂ¬ Sell the best one and two horse Cultivators precious metals gold silver copper Ognomyi tn entering this pakco un ffara them every advantage and in 1 L Ttnfwr 1 si a itiI or Iron began to be used for piytaoaU ner tho new reign oa tho days when deed when tho poison is fresh it is they were at first simply Weighed Alexander III Is holdinr court the tnost deadly kiouionani oiairs nuuÂ¬ Even wo etllt speak of A pound instead servitors of his father cart not forgot five men wcro wounded by these Lieu The next stop was to tho last receptions of Alexander 1L tenant Stairs wound was from an ar- - Sell the best Wire Ohiokrown of a sovereign which wero darkened by so many row the poison of which was dry It Issue pieces of gold and silver propoi ly weighed and then to mark tho ex- Â¬ tragedies One In particular we can must have been put on some days be-Â¬ Sell the best Peed Gutter-act weight and value on each piece see before our eyes as if it were yes fore After three weeks or so ho re -This was done 111 Assyria and Baby terday On March 9 1880 was cole covered strength though tho wound Sell the beat Randall Harrows ft- Ionia where wo find shokels or pounds brated tho twonty fifth anniversary Waj not closod for months Ono man of gold and silver Tho commerco of Of tho accession to the throne of thd received a slight puncture near tho Sell the best Plows tho Eastern nations was carried on Emancipator who at that memorable wrist he diod from tetanus five days for centuries by means at theso flato ivaj to receive the tribute of after Another recolvod a puncture oeu uiu uesi ouikv jiuw xxss AXJU BilsaP weights bf motal It was tho Grcoks gratitude from his people Mag- Â¬ near tho shoulder In tho muscles qf tho arranged but armt he died six hours later than ttye Sell the best Fertilizer nificent fetes had beod tho Grcoks of Phocam in Ionia two weeks before tho nnnlversary day first case of tctadils nlso Odd was who in the seventh contury B C first concoived tho idea of coining tho 18th of Febrnary tho explosion at wounded In the gullet a slight puno Sell the best Cook Stoves and Ranges monoy that is of stamping on each the Winter Palaco occurred ruined all ture ho died on the seventh day I sHBG piece thoir city arms tho phoca or thoso projects and spread mourning believe one wounded In tho side died Sell the best Cistern Filter around tho sover Â¬ at night tho samo day Tetanus ended seal thus giving tho warranty of thoir and torror Sell the best Vapor or Gasoline Store A repetition of tho at Â¬ the sufferings of all Btate for the right weight and raluo of eign Wo Woro muoh oxerclsed as to what thd lot thoso pieces Prom Phocrca this art tempt Wtl3 announced 3YIa of coining spread rapidly to tho other 2d of March and in thd capital this poison might be that was so Sell the best Tinware Greek towns of Asia Minor and was smitten with unreasonable panic tho deadly On roturnls from the Nyanza thonco transplanted to iEgina tho precautions 01 tho police Caused peo to relievo tlie rear column under Peloponnesus Athens and tho Greek plo to bellovo that It was a day of riot Majoi1 Barttolot wo halted at Avls- When wo en- Â¬ ibba itcd rummaging among tho huts colonics in Africa and in Itnfy The rathor than of festivity weight of tho most ancient gold coin tered these sumptuous halls whore tho found several packages of dried rod in all Iheso countries was originally Imagination saw nothing but mines ants or pismires If was then wo Ol tho samo as that of the ancient Babylon Â¬ and ambuscades alarm was botrayed know that tho dried bodies of thoso on many a face Alexander II nr ground into powder cooked in palm ian gold shekel only atomped with tho arms of each country which thiu made nnnrfil Hts vtaililn fntimm nnil nmntian oil and smeared over tho wooded r itsolf responsible for its proper woight scarcely aiiowca aim to nauress a iuw points of tho arrdws was the deadly bai L And this gold shekel or pound in words to his rruosts Princo Gort- - irritant by which wo lost sd fflaay fine ipito of historical disturbances has chakoff who had been absent from men with such terrible suffering Now YSIC Veld its own through centuries Tho Russia for several years was seen t we wonder that we havo been so long fold coins of Crceaus Darius Philip thero for tho lost tirao The old com- Â¬ in the dark for wo could create any and Alexander havo all about the same panions of the Emperor witnesses number of poisons from such lnsocts treight as tho old Babylonian gold twenty five years previously of tha n wo have seen Tho largo black ant ihekel CO of them going to 1 jwa prodigal hopes that had greeted his for instance wiltJso bite causes a great Richmond Ky April 10 18S0 YS if gold and what is stranger still accession to tho throne lookod with- Â¬ blister would bo still tflord vodomous In tho samo way tho small fcJB ur own sovereign or pound orshokol out courage through the vail of tho prepared las nnrly the same weight 60 of them presont sadness aupon their master grey caterpillars would make another roing to an old Babylonian mina of grown old smitten physically nnd Irritant which mixed with the blood DR In ancient times 20 silver morally by so many blows a prisoner would torture a man to death tho fold irachmas or half shokolj wodt to a in this palace which threatened to fall bloated spiders an inch in length od shekel just as with us 20 silver in ruins dvdr1 his head The Illustri- Â¬ which are covered with prickles most ous Chancelor In tho derfldd of ago painful to tho touch would form an- Â¬ hillings are equivalent to a sovereign This ancient shilling was again sub- Â¬ and success botrayed by his strength other tcrrlblo compound tho effects of divided into 60 copper coins 60 being as well as by bis plans leaned pain- Â¬ which make odd shudder to think of Ihe favorite Babylonian figure Know- Â¬ fully on a console In tho salon of Peter Iheso poisons nro prepared in the tho Groat In the midst of that court woods In tho depths of tho forest tho ing therefore the relative monetary Value of a gold and silvor shokol or half where absence had made him for so savage makes his firo and prepares tha ihekel knowing how many silvor long a timo a stranger A presenti- Â¬ fatal vonom which lays low even thd ifext Ihokols the ancient nations had to give ment of an inevitable misfortuno op- Â¬ hugo elephant It is forbidden to cook teMel AT McKEES OLD STAND pressed all hearts and hovered over it near a village In tho forest ho tor one gold shekel it was possible by merely weighing tho anclont coins all this august pomp and circum- Â¬ smears his arrows and having covered So find out whether there was thon al Â¬ stance tho points with fresh leaves lest ho TDR One yoar after March 13 1881 himself might bo a victim he is ready Cor Richmc ready any fixed ratio between gold and OH Thousands of anciont coins thoro was a fresh meeting In this pal- Â¬ for war silver havo thus been tested and tho result ace in presence of tho bleeding body I could write a book almost upon tho has boon to show that the ratio betweon that hod been brought in from a neigh- Â¬ various species of bees found in this boring street Tho unforgettablo vi-Â¬ forest region and several books might gold and silvor wa fixed from tho oarll est times with the most exact accu- Â¬ sion of tli at afternoon is stiil present be written about the multitude of racy That ratio as Dr Brugsch has in tho minds of tho youngest of tho curious Insects we have seen What shown was ono to twelve and a half in dancors when a ball calls them to tho with tho bees of all kinds the wasps HY1 LATEST SPRING STYLES AND They see onco more tho ter Â¬ tho various kinds of tacks gnats eta palace Egypt it was as provod by Dr Bran flls one to thirteen and one third in ror and desolation of theso vast rooms our lives have been mado just as mis- Â¬ tiers Babylonia and in all the countries tho courtiers watching for tho doctors erable as they could well be Wo wero GRADES OF CUSTOM MADE mblu Which adopted the Babylonian stand- Â¬ to give them news of the agony the prepared to encounter tho most fero-Â¬ ard There havo been slight fluctua- Â¬ Immenso square all black with people cious cannibals but tho Central African tions and there aro instances of de- Â¬ tho stupor of tho crowd waiting with forest now opened up for the first time dpT based coinago in ancient as woll as in eyos fixed on tho imperial standard contains some horrors within its PH modern times Max Mullor In Fort- Â¬ finally the sign of the cross which gidomy bosom that wo wcro not preÂ¬ passed over all theso tearful visages pared for nightly Review f m when the standard fell down tho flag I t et stall announcing that tho drama was ENGAGING MANNERS HAUNTING DEAD BEATS over Tho habitual guests of tho pal- Â¬ IIUI The favorable Influence of Grncloui Ac Â¬ aco who passed there the winter Bostons Debtors Pursued by Connterfelt tions and Bright Conversation and heard on two ocCorpse In Urave CIolhes wants It would be vain as it would bo un months of 1881dull explosion of dyna- Â¬Â¬ The courts here doctded a day or rraclous to combat against the favora- Â¬ casions tbo in mite retain their cars that bo two ago that the law could not permit ble influence of charm of manner En Â¬ raging manners and bright conversa-Â¬ sotting anguish and more than ono a local collecting bureau to persecute Â¬ delinquont debtors by sending after tion must and will always sway thoso catch themselvos listening for it be t tween two bars of a waltz Vicomto them agents gotten up as corpses in brought under their attraction and it Eugene Melchior de Vogue In Har- Â¬ burlesquo grave clothes Tho notion B right that they should do so for was not only ingenious but humorous Ihey aro good qualities though thoy pers Magazine 2 -1310 as well convoying a cheerful suggesÂ¬ nay bo only natural ones and the en- Â¬ FASHIONS FANCIES tion of pursuing tho dead beat even to joyment of them in others may be nc I reptcd as one of tho umanities of our Hints and Suggestions Concerning the tho tomb But soma of tho victims did Tot Popular Dress Novelties not enjoy being followed around by lot if wo meet with thorn in tho order Very largo meshed net Is used for Imitation cadavers and so tho busi- Â¬ bf Providence and do not go out of our o entire costumes of black net ness was put a stop to way to put ourselves under thoir influ- Â¬ ii Plaid frocks for littlo girls and young aivea Imagine how unpleasant It must ence What a catalogue of social virt Â¬ rats mlssos arc cut on tho bias throughout have boon to be called on by a person tan ues it noods to mulce a man genorally Slight tournures aro to bo seon in of cadaverous demoanor attired in a atv beloved sweetness of temper good- Â¬ etreot costumes but stylo demands costume becomingly combining In its nature a yielding will nnd ready that houso and ovoning toilets shall bo make up a suggestion of tho shroud Tompllance a toleration of others In perfectly flat with the front half of a dress suit and Grmaties and forbearances under A pretty llttlo rig is of Indian muslin tho usual accompaniment of dickey Slights and hindrances sympathy with plaited in double box plaits upon a thers modes of feoling and delicacy plain foundation and tied with rich shirt cuffs and ready mado satin tie such as tho avorago undertaker of adaptation Many a horo wo may corded ribbons - ck- considers essential to what ho tdd many a saint is without Tho collapsible is tho titlo bo would call a refined gentlemans ap- Â¬ them and makos his great causo stowed upon tho now bonnet that can to - suffer from their absoncc bo shut up like a fan and stowed away pearance in tho coffin This is an eight condition of man as ho appears Tho of his reward labors 45- b sought in a higher sphere not in tho in muff or pocket for ladies and chil- Â¬ In public for the last time before his Wash silks Ba final relegation to the tomb which praise of men and his greatest admir- Â¬ Â¬ ers have often to become bis apologists drens underwear como in small pat- Shakespeare forgot to add as a P to terns arranged as stripes on delicately his Seven Ages In tho minor details of deportment and Add to tho above description of this new style of col- Â¬ manner conscious that ho who would tinted and white grounds Now Lyons gauzes come in lacrificohlsllfo for tho sake of re-Â¬ shades of evening colors with lovely lector if you please a countenance a patÂ¬ artificially 1 ligion or for tho good of his fellow a voice that tern of woven silk braid running In appeals for whitened and suggestive cosih In tones men yet failed to mako hlmsolf agree Â¬ of 1 lac designs all over tho gauzo tha sepulchor Then you havo a pict- Â¬ able to his personal acquaintances But vermicelli n Fine ginghams showing very largo ure of THE RODESDALE ADDITION IS NOW ON THE MARKET pocauso from tho infirmity of our nat Â¬ a visitor whom you not plaids or stripes in broken lines of feel It agreeable lo receive wouldyour WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPL NONEI ure great intorcsts and high alms in ELSE NEED APPLY jften mako men regardless of lessor delicate tinting are among the host business or to find ringing your door- Â¬ of charming textures for morning bell at all hours of tho day proprieties let us not esteem tho want especially when the nature of his mission of them as othor than a fault nor dresses It is a popular fancy to trim petti- Â¬ become genorally recognized from ha3 grudgo tho domestic philanthropist his coats with partl colored locos matching extraordinary get up who cheers his neighbors firesido Undeniably the stripes or bars of the woolen or the corpse system was found to irho raises their dulled spirits whoso work presence brings refreshment with it silken material that composes tbo un- Â¬ admirably and many unfortunates derskirt h baiai who onhancos thoir every day joys hitherto regarded as well nlgb hope- Â¬ Will be sold on following terms Twenly Five Dollars Tho Boulanglst and sympathizes in tho llttlo trials Paris is gown of costume now worffin less paid up to escape being haunted meats of 5150 on Saturday of each week to be pahl to Dr W G tea roso colored silk in this public and dolefully a Jhat each day also brings la its train L Corporation who will receipt for ludicrous taryofthe Richmond B though it may be only through the wool or cotton fabric embroidered mannor But complaint was mado No interest will be charged on the purehase money unti after the e i Impulses of a gonial nature his re with red carnations or trimmed with that it was technical blackmail and 14 months from date of sale thereafter 6 per r viiM5chargeHii sard in his indulgent host of friends red ribbon it is that Light weight camels hair nuns thusno longer tho dead beats of BostonÂ¬ chase money retraining unpaid By this method parties en h buy snli with thoir warm welcomes hearty aro followed about by col- a good lot at a small price on easy terms without interest and free ot IC praisos affectionate extenuations ten- Â¬ cloth nuns vailing and fino close lectors fresh from Hades Boston Any young man in Richmond can buy one or more of these Iota aiil raJ twilled French sorgo aro favorite stuffs der regrets Christian at Worlc without feeling the burden In the very near future tbfa property will l for the stylish woolen robe dress so Letter much worn this spring much more than it is now selling at The city is raptfflv extenrittg in CHANGED HIS MIND CRIME IN BRAZIL Many dainty percale and gingham rectlou and will ultimately absorb Rodesdate Fori farther innKmiU u s v A Tramp Find- - a Mail Who Beat Htm at frocks for llttlo girls from three to ten The Comfortablo View of on W G White E W Wigqins or Stbiilrn D JAKmsii RtiniK I K ills Owu Game In South America Nothing for you said a Michigan years of ago havo stimulated gimps It will throw somo light upon tho 48- avenue shoemaker as a tramp entered and slcovos of finoly tucked white cam- Â¬ character of tho inhabitants of Fernan- Â¬ bis shop the other day bric or embroidery sowed in them do do Noronha to know how crlmo is The man looked about him for a Bonnets aro without exception close minute and then sat down on a roll of fitting Thoy aro most stylish with an looked upon by the common pooplo In Brazil and I can not show this JEL Efcat leather in a corner -Alsatian bow on top as the principal than by relating a bit better of personal ex- Â¬ I cant help you any continued trimming Lace bonnets may bo fin-Â¬ perience tho shoemaker as ho gazed in astonish Â¬ ished at the edge with finely plaited had tho misfortune at one timo to Dont bo causht by that cheap bait and clap trap There are ment frills Jotted bonnets aro tho thing wound a Brazilian laborer In his 1 think you can softly replied tho forladies ot more mature years ers who bait their advertisements with cheese just to get tlrf dignity ilre4ipnthreaened to victim inside stranger Let me put tho case as it Tho wlro work of tho fashionable- - tako tmy lie and wasoby no life means is I refuso to go out bonnet Is no longer concealed but HsSoIutlonstolxim- But Til put you out a wrm forms a part of Its ornamentation tho i3i Youll try to Youll get a police- Â¬ wires being wound In fino spun silk in Tseti as xne carryinjr ouiotsuch a determination upon his part would If you are a man use good Jhdgmeat man and whon he comes I shall say I contrasting shades Dont haw your and the tulle or havo caused me much inconvenience have the cholora I gauze shirred beneath Instead of above l Cheap Cheap I Cheap called upon him in person with tho away Dy that parot gabble But you havent Thats all right Hell ring for the giving to tho capote a decidedly novol purpose if possible of dissuading him fawwa 4 ill jitivcs effect Chicago News ambulance and Ill be sent to tbe hos- Â¬ I found that he did not look upon tho condition of a criminal with dread at pital The ambulance will attract a Explosions of Coal Dust oIL Ho told me1 that if ho should suc Â¬ crowd in front of your shop It will The official investigation into tho ceed in carrying out his designs ho be noised about that It is a caso of much but well produce he that cholera Tho papers will eomo out causes leading to tho explosion that knew perfectly well what his career Wewont talk 14 and convince you that this is the beet pli e tOIV Wfuirf with a scare head article that a gen Â¬ recontly occurred in an English col- Â¬ would be At present said ho I SHOES Respectfclry uine caso of Asiatic cholera has de- Â¬ liery by which twenty three lives wero am obliged to work for a living If t i veloped in Detroit Then where will lost again proves that coal dust under am sent to jail my living will certain conditions is a dangerous ele Â¬ be furnished mo and I shall have your patronage go ment in coal mines Commenting on nothing to do tt you are dead thoro 41 It will follow me No 3 Fisst SfeKKT Richmond T tho inquest tho Labor Tribune of will bo no ono to appear against mo in Where To my othor shop Tho wagon will West Bromwlch Eug says tho courts os my accuser aud in tho The be horo in fifteen minutes to move roe inspoctors agree that thore was no con Â¬ course of a yeas or loss I shall be sot Bettor develop your cholora pretty siderable outbreak of gas but only a free well rested and with the reputa- Â¬ soon small leakage which crept idong until tion In the community of being a man bay said tho other as he got up it encountered the torch carried by of courage I though I had you Im beaten at fireman causing a slight explosion a In this caso I saw to it that he had my own game Dont you want to kick This raised the coal dust that was lying the opportunity of enjoying the covot mo near which in Its turn carried on tho ed oft tm cum diynitate In jail without Why yes Id like to lift you pnoa flamo andimmedlately turned the air having to commit a crime But In a as you go out t for a considerable distance Into car Â¬ country whore wrong doing sots so All right kick away bonic and The shoemaker planted him ono fend sonousoxide that most deBjJly of poi Â¬ lightly upon Ilio conscience gases whose progQnper we aro where it so freqjienily goes altogether stood In tho door and Smiled told was probably the tmmeulata unpunished tfin criminal class Good bye said the other as he is causa of of The large as wa sbdtild expect John C moved off When I find a man wbo explosiondeath all the victims ratgiit have beensvented Brannor in Popular Seteeo Monthly can beat rae at my own game I always dam by GHIs Vermont 3nl dam by Gray come down and shew ray respect for j v uuw a uw uttrovu u fcHf 1J1W ZU111 i The raefttielt man in BBgland Is him Ill mako a hit further down nobody is blamed mirTaUBTTO byRiiii eksnbki toman dam 7itia Baia to live ju Uje town of IVoodbrfdge r at n rvr and then como back ttfaeo yoo What b - i -- SUB m JUAT m 2 at UHeKUMili taCt I will have to throw away this aamn one was ahrtll t Zt- - I tf dam Uv Br a team otcoafldenoa oporatora we joke about tho negro Mr Satltea H rnijiiau J W m iueareV MwhM AMi aaugnwr wuu IS Maaitf scq would make Detroit Free Pre said tbe managing editor Why He ruse to wr nap awsst it eo b Uifmu iiauj l Aa knaato of tha Mfiitenllarv til aakedHe funny man 4B4awe ou Ktouwl that it nkt aost too mutk tha to brine PRttheiuUtHttfeM Alter- - W aSatifakaalfaitflalaBi light of dkdaritSHiU saist i kite- the wotkeirow rf I t W v Bln by Ciasiier eon of 9r Atr t t i jjtw Il -in writer to srtst h snail nr uiAnuMMt sure SS A Greek Invention Jlndo in the Seventh FIRST COINED MONEY TttE WINTER PALACE POISONED SUCH LFDBDifiEll - it j Tlr Z - - Tlie Brotv Tbe Old Hlckor The iJaiVort The Bell CifrO Tlie Ke V Ston The Qlive3p jl Sell THE BEST of Hardware World fjgdgKniey arc hustlers from away Kno Evn to the ETTSRYTHIItf The Hone The Sxccllen The Gent The KEonar Kome aK W Dig and dont you forget it SHACKELFOMGENTRY THE COENE WW CLOTHIES Jr Mam and First Streets - THE CX OTESIM A R All sizes shapes acres and kinds Of and boys can find precisely what they No matter how fat or how lean or hoto tall or how small White can fit you il STOCK OF- UIDfltT Suspenders Handkerchiefs Glove lecWesJitirellasJalMMCaDG TRUNKS YALISES and everythingin his line RODESDAL Ka w i 1 Twenty Six Lots 50x2511 Ffe f i et-nt- tt Olrl JbCL 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