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Digital page images are linked to the text file. q1 m mLM up - -- - II I I I I LT 111 - OLUME III Dress tlie Hair PRETTY V 9 - ii NUMBER 4 -- RICHMOND MADISON - CQNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY -- JTJLY 10 PITH An old 1889 AND POINT TENNIS GOWNS BrlUlant tlcht Sade PfeAdmluatlag tn All Imported Dresses With Ayers Hair Vigor Ita eleanll Hero Is n description of tho first Stargrecsi- tiess benoficial effects on tho scalp ami lasting perfume commend It for tinl tennis gown of tho season It Is of e Limited to Dentistry versal toilet use It keeps tho Lair soft whlto flannel 01 very soft liglt and silken preserves Its color prevents It quality turned up in a deep hem Building Mam Street rlCE Smitli above 10 i ours 900 to toafcor tutn promotes a new growth I deep which is hand embroiderod a Greok fret in orango colored jtme22 tf M 6llk only done In outline howovef in order that it may not interfere with MORGAN D D S ve tiro snecess otieerfull y testify to tlm tho accordion plaits In wniijji thd skirt Is laid These aceordion plaits will be SFFirE Main rtrect over Jtadl- KtloitHl Bank Richmond Ivy the distinguished tlguro of nearly overy oT this preparation MrsJ HDavtli 2 tf tennis and boating dress this summer son Alexandria r twas aflllctoil soma tnrea Vnars with becauso of tho convenient manner in DDS CREED sealp disease Mr hair was fallln- - out which it folds away the requisite full- Â¬ and what rnalttol turned gray I vraii KIRKSVILLK KV ness of tho skirt making it hang close iiidaeetl to try Ayers Uair 1gor and in a tew weeks the dimat in my sealp ly about tho limbs while at tha same at Finnell ItwMeBCP disappearetl and my hair resnracd ibi tlmo it allows them full play and has B loie pertaining to the ftttgfna color Rev S 8 Sims 47- no strings or straps liable to como Pastor U D Clmrch St Bernlee Ind untied or broken This cmbroidorod A few years ago InfTred thfientlni POYNTZ MSWf tny ftair from Uie effects of totter band about the skirt has a Very njfted that after a time nature worild pretty olfcct looking Whert the BURGEON AND repair the loss bnt I waited In vain KTAN wearer etcnd9 still liko a broad Many remedies were snggosted none Seeoaa street ICE Iwwerer wHhnsncli nrrmfnfinorltAt J solid hand of orange but with overy CiiT I AWsIairYRpCaulUHttalotilbJt 1 n Dniptslore June --m movement swaying open to show tho m 11 4 iru r Greok fret Tho waist is a loose white A grotrth of hair soon came out all over MD rW - EVANS ny head ami grew to lie as soft Tand shirt of tho flannel rather open In tho heary as I ever had and of a natural SURGEON AND ICTAN throat and with a wide collar undqr color ana jirnay set J II Pratt Spofford Texas which is knotted an orango ellkscart S TlE Mecoml street Tho sleeves are laid in accordion plaits 22f from Iho shoulder to tho elbow where It Is confined by a dcop closo cuff at TAYLOR R ritEfARKD or the wrist There is a sash about tho Dr J C Ayer OGt Lowell Mate 5 in Mcuicuie anu ourgory waist mndo of ono breadth of orange 6cH by OrSuiatt sad fcrfumen- HMONDKY colored India silk five yards long tho onds boing gathered and fastened with E Second streetover Dykes py Smip a silk tasEsL A little jacliotgOes with jun2t IhlB fiUlt WhiCh fits cldse ia the Welt JOHN M add buttons with one button over tho chest tho loose front being somewhat MAIN STREET cut away from the point whore it but- Â¬ up fciairs U Door to lixmid tons It has no alcoves Is lined e a Or Malu bihIIViwi Creek throughout with orangocolorod SUlah and Is embroidered all about tho edgo 2tf and down the front In tho same pat Â¬ tern oa tho skirt Pigskin tennis shoes L --The extensive dealers in and a whlto Tarn OShanter eompidloJ Ifre his iroftKMMHl services to the Sc tno costume flndtner pretty tennis dross dl Vory much the same design is Ice in drug store on lower Malu julyST ly liktimoiiil Ky palo gray and yellow a combina- Â¬ tion Very popular with rosy blondes 4cf6 Is u tendency displaying ltsolf T SEXSMLTH M D this season lowards tho use of palo lSICIAN light colors on tho tennis ground and WHITE HALL KY at No 104 Wifist Jtain Street In fact cvsry whore ovoaon tho street 1s picfessional services to the Richmond Wave received colors which two years ago no NeVv Ivy York girl would for an instant havo their thought of wearing aro now making fessional cauds Xetal t i NOT A tAPPY TH6UGHt -- WILKES SMITH 1 leo lo Efficacy i Aif ZM i Vci jj TJ AyeYs HaiiVigorJi FOSTER CliE IKD allace Gits Rice PHIL ROBERTS Slioes Fnrnisli and surgeon m GooM Ms -- letcherT SM AND 8DRGE0N Spring and MCI KENTUCKY tltHMON - Summer Stock pXitli Building jaiily r AN 1 011 Main - W BRIGHT M D RICHMOND KY JMilhlmg 041 TSICIAN and SURGEON Bee In iMnilii and it is much lHior Iiavc ever before handled Rut tho delicate tones of bluo whito and their prices are no larger than be- yellow gray and yellow and certain dull soft tints of blue with 4 credm fore They have Â¬ their appearance everywhere All the French gowns coming over in the spring importations are ot these brill- Â¬ iant light shades many of them for street woar and all country costumes are la tints of palo apple green than they peach bloom lilac and all Main Every Grade and Variety OF cisl aHenioii gic 1 Microseoi- nu 1 imiiiii xi exHiHiiiaiiAiis 01 Jitil fluids of the Luiuan body BOQTS HIGiSwOUT S3SOE5S Their - iff FASHIONABLE WOMEN ClinU u llnnw Talk Abont thd Lllttrntar Affected ISy Them V M llrigtitii ItewrnrapW toj What do fashionable women read W ro j oo I m HecM aitptifU I might answer overy thing covers l cas tscs uf wwitteM HHd alldilH PnHwrtgirpiitfcliaJKtg it a large field In a general way and I K II niiiipnUlIC mealelliA win 10 prefor to deal with particularities just Ed x i nwyW ly Js iBspGqjally full The same in now I have been told more than 3ace that the roaders employed by JR H R GIBSON k Gpngress arid Buttons Also publishing houses to read the MSS of tiki itc r m ledichie Surgery and Kangaroo Both novels are almost invnriably woinon RED HOUSE KY and young women between the ages of twenty and tWonty nvo llid roasOn given for this is that as tho majority BURNAMj The new and popular Ooze Calf of novel leaders are young women a- young woman is considered the best -- with Tanfox judgo in this matter This may be true miTltMOND KENTUCKY or not but it is true that a great many F A R Rnr 5I0E with slderly women devote a large portion june22 tl First Street of their tlmeto reading novels They TWtJAItnEl VR ATT TITifl m are too old for much social life and A SULMVAjNj of time devote BVfif Atford therefore havo plenty seem totohavo a to reading and they x French Medium and Common f3yf2CtlLslJto3tUi2dof novels ipplod KHMOXD KENTUCKY Sense heels in Okford Ties Low flno flldojlyjRf hnd tlionlonsUro of krirtwlrtr tnnlcfi jlXE ii Fiivl street same n St fiy nccupietl uy Uounly Judge Buttons Newport Ties and Braon grea aflfcuT in TOofsKhatoTa radinyBnoWos w who ly murders and the pursuit of tho crimi- Â¬ p-u m mW V nals by detectives She declared that iS shtaknqwlho Bible andiprayor-book-b- y lieart for stiohad read thorn dally through a long life and she read nov ols because she enjoyed them RICHMOND ICY THEV HAVE THE jGSmingdolvnlo tbjIjrQgngowoid in Second Blreetv jtine tf jwiox stetson en thero aro many fashionable mar Â¬ Ki W t ried women whoso special plcasiirp Is X tJI MrPATTV t w radinghBtdr7 and I know Drew several women who biography pass tho appear to bis Gas and Stoaa Fitting both hard and soft A FollLish of greater part of their lives in society 1 Repairing 8ieelalty All and yet thoy fiad timp to road the best f pumps kept 51 Gk WorkiM I i tr t hovels of the day thoj biographies tI Leave onfrra at Runaiiean inl memoirs and books of corre- Â¬ V G Whites Drug Store spondence that are- boinj con- Â¬ stantly brought out and the many vol Â¬ - umes of poems French novels are much read by tho women who habitu Â¬ ally study the language during the feal Estate and HtllilVWtMIt in PttUrUblUnl winter season and tiko an annual trip Collecting Agency Gloves in preat variety An as abroad in the summer but I find that Special attention paid to the sac thePrench novel Is often laid aside for cxclii nge of Real Estate and to the sortmcntJpf Silk and Linen Jiand the study of spine of the French classic korchief lection 01 all kinds of accounts 47 46 writers A faw ambitious debutantes 1 Hosiery of Every Grade make an attempt to keep up with ono studios and do a little solid --orlTCP Original Designs sw UMBRELLAS in silk and other readingjjdnU before the seasoiMs woli - OF ARTISTIC pnaer jway raejr engagqmenwt wroso goods witj assorted larfdle palhic Pbysiclarj end Suroeen R iiiMoxn Kkntocky is-- IR C S HOLTON thai the public could wish line of GENTLEMENS Wn8lveas silfc Yellow is combined with lilac and with many of tho deeper shades of purple with cxcelont effect N Y Star that is nearly yollowj aro tho combri nations In the beoUtirdl French cotton hroeka thai are as elaborate and ex One AVhn J Gat ET Fill iijUmfiaidJL IN fctomeg- at Xaw LADIES SHOES Maf kets J Liui iw jucluu Qm ladyhoJno irncy at Law7 mp POWELL IN HATS Austin JmL f -- GENTS Wishing Goods - jus u rimt Jjeneral MSffeSliarJ and 0I0ME1TS Granite arid Idarble ril To egant Jine ol Shirt JewSTy nWrpuf that tjhe falteU Hfalls throuch and 11 any time at all Is de- yojed to books it is to the latest society novel The older girl howTJvetho girtof a few seasons finds Jlmo to HMjW B CHIGKER M fff V B ftniB 18LdlioIerivCulftj ill 1 take ug a language andtshelain icat she accomplishes a good deal uayJrtreKJiliv jt Kii 1 ac f The Best Test of Successi -- Survival is the best test of success bufrthon survival may either bo Of the whole or of a partoalvpf mudhorbf little Tho aan may survive as a bntjcharactegnpay De gopeors nopeaor 1 chickens die every year from Cholera It is more fatal to chickens than can riallother diseases combined But the idea andthB rost accariiBgJfllfel3 mast reap falluro f discovery of a remgdjthati0rsj nddiseoatentment A truor aafl iet made andicbexoa- - tor conception is AN that tho man who de Â¬ vtneca 01 its emcacyoniy requires a velops his faculties and cultivates his WTSISSJ TS102S trial A 50 cents bbtUeis enough for Jtnnnntrifttifl nwirvkr 3rlA nmtil iUit warn one hundred chickens rtM lie largest trade Id Central ariteed If after using two thirds 6f rjubgmcnt sincere id guarantee BaU faeilou a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly jMAiA wA www nMi r ie icr rweauujiuormar atfieAvith itasfiure for Chicken IntlonBrlulvftdiusted and who tlmq auy ntyje of work Choler return tttO the inlfriuK lives through nbJ wiiolo undersized J SfH BON fba porters ana your monev will 15e ADAMS career is the type of a successful man ImExtsotqs ICv BROOKS STOCKTON Boston Transcript Â¬ thousands of dollars sroah of to the en d that whiclupakes life worth living wno retain1 ifiesenso- - of a jiur pose and meaning la life and who do not like James Mill father of John Stuart Mill feel that when tho fresh- Â¬ ness of youth is past human existence is a somewhat dreary thing jToho multitude perhaps succeSSln lifeIs gauged by a money scale to bo rich is to bo successful to bo poor is to be un- Â¬ successful but this is far from being a desirable standard to erect But few rjsuiess - -- ITSTirJJ -- 1 JurTZ 7traaSS sM - frtl trueSi glass though tho London firm aro being Increased continually make thorn of colluloldbut those only Thoro wore also put in construction in brush merit praise froniEugllsh authors The January 1830 two frigate cruisers Tho man who Is suspicious lives villus of a glos3 oyo is from 7 to 10 three corvettes and two diapateh boats in a constant st ite of unhappinoss It A local specialist average three salad Thd taOst powerful vessel of the Gor- Â¬ would bo better for his peace 01s mind a fortnight alid kcep4 Oa hand a Stock man navy is theKonigWllhelm which to be too trustful than too guarded Of from five hundred to oight hundred Weara all dissatisfied The dif- Â¬ has an armor twelve inches thick amid- Â¬ In selecting a false eye it is more diff- Â¬ ships at thd water lino tapering grad- Â¬ ference is that some of us sit down in icult to match1 eelotf than to fit size and ually downward id A Ihlcltiieee of sereii the squalor of our dissatisfaction shnpoi A Cras oyos aspect is often inches at eevon feet below the water1 while others raako a ladder of it given becauso of a false eyes bad line thdir charm Two other ships carry sixteen Once a Week hapo A woll fltting artificial oyo guns each Tlid ontiro Iron clad fleet Meanwhile how about the society Tho result of self examination Od man Any ono who casts a glance a may bo worn as easily as false teeth carries 173 guns tho heaviest of these the part of somo people is abundant tho vacuous round shouldored and Glasa eyed will Woair from one to four weighing thirty six tons and tho en satisfaction with others it is so de Â¬ narrow chested youths who block the years The luster wears away from tird tonnage of tho fleet Is over 100000 pressing as to almost bring despair doorways at evening entertainments dust arid the movement Of the lid It tonfc Tho German navy has also six Both are wholly wrong United Pros and drag themselves wearily through should bci removed at hhjht Id glvd tHe1 UnHruioW BoRJgoidg Ships intended byiorian llion social paces by day will see what Socket rost Sympathetic symptoms for offensive warfare and constructed Alas it Is not till time with rock wear and tear society exflrclses upon must be passed before artificial oyos for great speed Four of these have less band has torn Otit half tlio loaves worn In goneral terms artificial a speed of sixteen knots per hour tho from tbo book ot human life to light tho system of tho masculine portion of are tho Four Hundred The main trouble eyas are sections of the surface of other two nineteen knots The Ger- Â¬ tho fires of passion from day to day with a eooioty man Is that ho does nol spheres made of enamel to which are man navy is commanded by seven Ad Â¬ that man begins to see that the leaves got enough sleep His sister goes to a added an onameied Crnea and iris mirals who have under them 823 off- Â¬ which remain are few in number ball In tt Cpnlfortabld brougham ferjf Whan art existing doformed globe id icers df nil kinds Jqcluding engineers Longfellow often after ha7fl taken a cosy and only a little smaller thad a npruidl ajie4 nnd surgeoriS and il743 Affectation naturally counterfeits healthful nap alter dlririor aad dances vory small artificial eye suffices W hidt officers m8rt and boys marines those oxedierices which are placed at Until about two or three oclock in thd tho deformity and has a decided lateral and sailors The navy of the United tho greatest distance from possibility morning with vivacity Tho next motion Fitting closely on the stump States can not at all compare in eff- Â¬ of attainment becauso knowing our morning sho sleeps snugly in her bed they aro frequently as movable as the iciency with the German navy but it is own defects wo eagerly endeavor to until olevon or twelvo oclook Tha normal one The posterior Burface of prospectively bettor than way ba sop supply them with artificial oxcelencc whole house is hushed that the beauty an tmiddlut oyo niuaUHvays ht hollow posed Our navy has boon of late Johnson Generally the corneal part I3 only half of the family may indulge in her n ycarsi a mere cipher in the armaments A smooth sea never made a skill- Â¬ a line and the scoraljart no more than of the world In Boptetebeii 1886 our pose and after oight or nine hours ot uninterrupted of a line in thick nees Cleve- Â¬ navy contained but twenty four vessels ful mariner neither do healthful slumber sho loungai around a quarter prosperity drtd sUdOefcJ qualify for use-in an feasy wrap1 bvfr breakfast aad land Plalrl Dealen fit fdr service exclusive of such of tap ftllness and happiness Thd storms of 1-lheagocs4ojtalkjida ordriyfi jjrqrsteel cruisers as fcerd then eompletedj adversity like those of tho oooari AN ARISTOCRATIC TOM ciplyaS4ia athlote would why isJrahi nnd the old monitors none of tho latter rouse the iodides arid excite tho ln iSgTind buiUngflipjhstrenthX ji i Covers Illnnclr with ShreUln IIU lied being really fit for active use But a vention prudence skill Hnd fortitude lie Her brother goes to tho ball dances mid Eat at Tallin great deal has been done during 109 of tho voyager When people search for cats In tho last few yoars toward building now until three oclock lights a big cigar1 Tis pitiful the things by which wo smokes it on his wajvhome tumbles dead of night beneath the spluttering vessels Since 18S5 30773112 have are rich or poor a matter of coins into bed at a quarter to four Is roused electric lights of tho thoroughfares it been allowed for naval purposes out- Â¬ or lees at f eight dresses hastily and runs is usually with vengeance and a club side of the 7000000 in the naval ap Â¬ coats and carpets a little more fashion stone or wood or paint the down lowniier hurriedly swaljjving but such was not thea6e with Mrs propriation of March 1889 arid since Morgarti of Ioiirtil iiTeituj near that Urile tweutjr itTfd steol vessels Have of a cloak- or hat like the isluck of ataouthful of breakfast All day lbri prdut ho works with a heavy head arid at Twenty eight street the Other hiht been ordered which inchkio different naked Indians of whom oeo bead or a in the possession of a glass short intervals hG builds up his failing She had lost a pet tabby and was al- Â¬ sorts having a total tonnage of 63600 red feather and the refet miserable in Strength by visits to the nearest cafe most iuconsolable Besides advertis12 inch twenty tons armed with two Atrthd end of five years or even at the ing that she would pay a liberal reÂ¬ six 10 inch twelvo 8 inch and eighty the want of it Emerson It is always a bad sign as to ones end of two tho dlfloronco bctwoen ward for Its return she passed a large one C inch guns The abovo batteries brother and sister Is wonderfully dis- portion of the night searching for hor do dot include the dynamite guns the real character when the more yod tinct Any boby can obsorvo tho con- Â¬ pot among the vamat street felines torpedoes the Ilotehklss rapid fire know of him the leas you think of him trast Who cares to look at society peo- Â¬ which roam in dartthesa Itdr search guns and tho Catling revolving guns Tho fact shows that he seemed to have ple Tako any of the horeo BhOd curves was fruitless but at daybreak the One of the most remarkable 01 the rieW excelencea which disappear on a more at the Metropolitan bpera Hotyiiir wicked animal voluntarily ruturned vessels is the dynamite cruiser Vesu- Â¬ intimate acquaintance aad has faults Instance and bbsprve tiiB pallid and meoweiPfor adHiittacce at the vius which is fitted out to carry threo and defects that did not appear upon a wearied and languid hied Who sit bc front door a tho new Zalinski dynamite guns limited and partial acquaintance One TTE ABE AGENTS FOR THE I wouldnt take 5100 for him said This is an exceptionally fast vessel regretrin tbts way to change sd re- Â¬ lind the radiant boauties that adorn the boxes It is a picturo of full sig- Â¬ Mrs Moran Then sho brought him running from twonty to twenty one call a good opinion which ho had of independent in for inai3otion He was lying asleep knots an hour The navy of the United ano nificance Once a Week in a tiny bed whioh had been eon States U corataahdpd by ono Admiral LANCES IN WARFARE etruotod dr1 kLs especial benefit bet wean ono Vice Admiral and six THE KENTUCKY WAY Ad Important and ITiMsIng Pi oblcra in snowy sheets with his head upon a who havo under them 965 offi- Â¬ now Loto Finds Word Among tha torclpti Milllory Circles pillow nnd an embroidered blanket to Commodores tires of the lilao Grns State Evdr since It was charged that Brit- Â¬ tucked carefully about his chin lie cers from cadets Thoro is a marine corps of 2080 men I bad been asleep in my seat in the ish soldiers lost thoir lives in tho re-Â¬ was evidootly a6customed to those roll- Â¬ and cent Soudan engagements becauso of comforts for ho lay drowsing in a and officers750 besidos 7500 enlisted passenger coach as the train was boys Chicago Inter ing through Keatueky and was aroused men and Â¬ tho bayonets or swords breaking dur- languid manner like a well conducted Ocoan by a couple taking the seat in front of ing tho fight thoro has been a gonoral eat ot refioqd and luxurious tastes toe I did not raise my head but mado 1 inspection of all tho patterns of such About his neck was a silver collar en out that he was a young fellow of HOMES OF CASTAWAYS weap ons issued to the service As a graved Vith his name Toramv consequence of such examinations io Moran and bearing two tiny bells Thouzit Susxojted br a Eecent DIl- - twenty two or thereabouts and she was a young girl of eighteen of twenty coTfefr at lalilierstnrt Island the British army thero has boon a dis- Â¬ Hes the most intelligent cut ia the queried the lleticon hes asleep discovery by a British Therocent cussion on tho part ot military men world Said Mrs MofarL He under- Â¬ throughout Europe regarding the rola1 stands Sfefy thing t say ib hliii and bark that the small Polynesian island girl referring to me Pm shore of it he replied after tive strengths Of different types of eats at the tabla with the rest of us known as Palmerston island is inhab v ited by men of our race will revive thd taking a look at ilia back of my head SwordSi lanCOs hnd bayonets now in When ho is tired he gets into his bed was an interval of silence ctft There service among tho Powers crawls between the sheets and covors hopo6 of those who have long mourned on the bias and warranted first color To military men in this country tho himself up without any assistance I for relatives lost on the Pacific Thero and then he queried importance placed upon such arms by dont believe theres another eat in the is hardly a perion in California who Glad ye come Mary foreign countries can not be rightly city ithat cduld do it Ive had him can not recall the memory of some ond do- First Street Oldest Cloihins House in Sorter Bill understood for tho Amorioan soldier ginoo he was a JlMle kitten I oan not who Went td sea long ago on thd widest Wes friends haint we has learned to regard all typos of understand how ho came to run away ot the oceans and was never heard of Shore small arms othor than tho rifle and re- Â¬ Ordinarily he wont associate with again Spiritualists and other impos Â¬ I never did keer fur ao other gatf volver as useless N Y tors have reaped a living by deluding common cats in the street Shoo Now you k fuaniag When General Grant visited Europe World survivors with stories of the happy life Shoie as I live Mary I wouldnt of thetupposod corpse on some suiiny he was constantly brought into con isle where as the yootoss sang the marry no girl in our hull1 section no tact with the military heads of tho COUNTERFEIT DIMES different nations add ho related that gkips forever smile and tho beaches how lne lmel-o-- i That Are Honest when ho mot tho late Emperor Will- Â¬ Queer Colps tlnmispcctlnfrlllubltc forever weep Now that we aro actuÂ¬ tho True as oueumbers Pap likes yo iam tho latter conversed wholly on Every nowfand then tho counterfeit Â¬ ally finding crows long since wrecked military matters catering mainly into ers of sfaall Coins work n lead and on islands fur out of tho track of pass Mary Glad ont discussion of this type of saber and sbdvc a considerable amount of bogus ins vessels It must bo expected that a And mam likoe ye that type of bay b not and so absorb- Â¬ silver ou tho unsuspecting publics By these sanguine hopes will bo revived Glad ont ing was the quostion of sttch detail to tile ttmeftherr presence or th pres Palmerston island is only one oxnmAnd pap was a saying to me that if tho Emperor that he could not find o p enee of tho- queer stuff becomes pie It was found to be occupied by portunity to speak to Gonoral Grant well known to tho- community they an English sailor who had llvod thero I got mard I could bring my wife right Ott any other subject quit handling it and generally escape for twenty five years Ho had dosort home According to information recently arrest by dapm iing forj pastures Your pap is good frah ed from his ship at Tahiti in a small recoived here thoro is a strong likeli- Â¬ thero to ropflut tiioir unlawful opera Â¬ boat hadVpickod up a wifo on a poss But I oont git raard Mary Deed but why not hood of the lance finding goneral tions Sometimes thoy tarry a trifle ingv island and hfid made himsolf a Cause nobody lovos mo several Europoan armies too long and ara arrosted and again home on Palmerston where he was Shoo Reckon somobody does The Doutscho Heeres Zeitung publishes they aro not entirely adroit enough lord of all he surveyed Tho nearest several details oa the construction of and are caiight in tho act of passing land is throe hundred mlloa away his No they dont If thoy did thoyd is what it terms this important the counterforts But asr a rule thoy subjects number thirty three of whom show it weapon Although tho labecs at are very smooth citizens ot such fifteen arc his own children In two There was another interval of silence present in use in tho Prussian cavalry rouh and unsophisticated appearanco yoars it will be a century since the bordered with forget-me-noand or- Â¬ are considered tho host of any known as to not attract attention and- most mutineers of the Bounty established namented with orange blossoms and the Deutsche Heeres admits that thoy of them get away without boing thomsolves on Pitcairns island They during this minute I think ho seized possess certain Imperfectiops which it caught lived there eighteen years before they her unresisting hand- - I think sho was would be well to controL Just how It seems as if one of tho were discovered and oven now ono ready to bo soized Ho probably Tho natural weakness of tho lance is small gangs of silver coin counterfeit- Â¬ only hoars of them at intervals Threo squeezed it as he said tho point of junction whqro tho wood ers or their shovbrs hadrecontly paid qliartors of a century- ago threo sailors So you reckon somebody does and metal meet The contrivances so Louisville a visit and possibly tho established- thomsolves on Tristand Yep Has just reeeived a fall ear lead f far suggested havo all resulted in roa manipulators arb still Here It has Acunha- - Tbey got wives fromSt Then why dont- - thoy say so dering tho lance top heavy and difficult beon rotaarked by several persons in Holena and led happy lives sodom Waitin mobbe Lances made wholly of Uc past few daJsTtlfat there ncp quite communicating with tho rost of tho to handle Waitin fur what metal have been triod but until lately a number of counterfeit dimes of tho worjld wTo bo axed to say so It has beea found impossible to com- Â¬ issue Of 1887 in circulatidnin this city In tho tropical zono an Island Ho was trombjing with oxqltemqnt Tho The coutfterfolta aro Said to be tHe which bears cocoaputS and plantains bine solidity with lightness and he could not control his voico as he now again being studied in most perfect ever seen hero- - The and on the shores of which fish are to said problem is The old and reliable Saddle and Germany Austria Italy and Franco wprk on the dimcfisTvccurate the lines baiound will sustain human life inÂ¬ if they loved mc thoyd squeozo my Harness House of with varied success A lance has been boinjr as clear as if stomped in the definitely without imports fromjtho hand wouldnt thdy manufactured composed entiroly of Limited Statqs MaTtJTJip fflotalythe civilized world- - Jut littteaclothtng is Reckon thou would necessity aria food with but slight steel wrc In this the stock and tho Con-tral-- gasp Squoozo Hollo zip Slclfoatmis is a trifle light a He 1ms m stek a Ml Mae F point aro both of tho same substance weight Even if it i2ikVJIroufr labor can M made abundant and A No 26u Second Street next to Â¬ anct of but ono piece It is said that dime boing sjicfo a small coin the varied What sortr of life tho inhabitAnd and Mary if theyd marry has a complete these lances are well balanced and can weight Issiot noticed Goods o Tho only way ants would lead we oan loam from ma theyd squeexa agin wouldnt Garnet t House oven be bent double But they havo to toll tha dWoiMpco between tha genu Crueoei Roblnsoa and Charles stock of To one who is not been practically tried yet and they Ineapd MifecounterelhvbjtUp riog Roade Foal Play Shoro tpoy would BEST MACHINE OIL ASD havo a serious drawback la the matter of tJieraetaL The goruiinqhaa accustomed to his daily papers and to Squeeze whoop call up tho par Â¬ featldlcs Harness Bridles of oosu N X-- Times BR TWI2UB AT sharp silvery tono while there is -- tho hum and stir of the busy world son m Blankets Whips Spurs Horse sdlutely no sound which can be d6- - life would bo a trifle monotonous but Hyena Spsaring in India and kissed hor Thou ho loaned over thoro aro porsons In ovary age for 1 iStruod into a ringbout the counter Scrapers -Boots Curry Combs Tha hyibna though a most useful feit Tho dime has not the greasy whom tho careor of a hermit has and Oupld daubed a hornpipo up and Toe weights Soaps Oils and -down the aisle N Y Sun scavenger is not a noblo looking aniÂ¬ foeling by which most people toll charmh It is quite possible that many everything else needed by persons aBd see kin mx doorato mal and his nature1 is decidedly cur-Â¬ cOuntcrfoit sUver coins- A great Seal islands which sea captains class as ua who handle horses rish He is not a beast usually select- Â¬ ofthd bogus coin is in circulation hero inhabllod aro really the home of casta- Â¬ r- - Why need it be I we say and Post Ofllee Mt ih ways and it might be worth the whllo ed for tho clias0 but affords a certain Louisville Courier-Journal When Iovingmothcra fade and die Saddles Manufactured to Order amount of fun when nothing better --is of thojichoonors whtou sail out ot tbia f And leave the little ones whose feet The Crawfordgvillo FJa Times point t j Polynesia iu quaat of copra to to be had Many a sportsman when They hoped to guide in pathways sweet atid none bnt the best material I keep disappointed in finding boar has had a lately had this item Miss Borth- aa look out aa they pass them ladies and used Gentlemens It need not be- - in many cases All boys Saddles kept in stock I I run after a hyena These boasts do will now bo known as tho belle of the baa Fnwclsco CaiL I woods-1- Wo aro informed that two about us dally women are dying whose not go at any great pace or charge like Harness of every description gents went a courtin last Sun v0 lives niigbt have been saved It seems a brave old boar yet thoy aro not easy juvenile to Your llonse on Fire tn be a wide spread opinion that when Trace Chains Haraee Backbonds to spear by reason of tho quioknoss day evo the home of Miss Bert but OK Notlbe house of wood or brick or a womau is slowly fading away with Bellybands- - Collars Collar Pads with which they turn apd twist In alas this peerless Miss it seems had first illustration the animal has beon looking soft at both of om and stone i which you live but jour bod Â¬ the diseases which grow out of female Hamo Strings Plow Lines Blind our H OF just turned sharp at right angles and as thoy had como together she did not ily tcujtraent tnayhe in terrible dan weaknesses and irregularltlts that Bridles Whips and other things A thrHttes accoBBt oftlM swtot eedaad noryo Jo stand thoracket ger frqjh smouldering tire which you iiiHrapfAUinMiiB wraBMptseri thrown out the man who was about to have the there Is no help fur her She is doom Â¬ used on the farm the deatnwWoa T Hwmpi anorf- spear him lotting another cut in whilo ao sho antelopad off through tho back J makeito eflorjto quench The zttnl ed to death But this is not true Dr wl Tbssatui at Upsr Only experienced workmen em kes it retwnn seen of tho horse ot a third putting his foot in door into tho wild woods1 and thereÂ¬ umjgeiJi uum nujiuiu ii uiuuu i win 11 Pierces Favorite Prescription is con- ployed remained huntlngf or violets and listen- dcWlititea TrSliSJM a hole comes down and then getting the sjstmiipd the diges Â¬ stantly restoring women nflllcted with Death Ham py Ore nMutorlne U1JHPKP you want a Saddle yoa hnve ef TlUp Ureadfai HMMtaHi of tapiilfc If rid of his rider continues tho chase on ing to tho songs of the blue bird until tive orjana grow weak and inntlve diseases of this class to health and hap a hundred to select from rangfag vtvf ftM UraaUM OHitaitr f tu fNawL his own account biting and striking at tho young men went away Hoodi Srs8parilla combines the best piness It Is the only medicine for in price from 4 upwards IT you sttwtlnBMraieo IO ll eeaq many U tat OMtCt hyena whtoti makes no attempt tc the kidney and liver InvlKorators with POltoHEE A MCMAXIX QatnpiatiV l J these nlmentssoM by druSUU under want a set of Harness rou have a Ctrtarlno L of Russia had a rosent this strange onslaught We toni TronU posUit guarantee from the roauu- - 1 150 sets toseect frwn 3 In the Interior was y At vbe ii observe that Mr Moray Brown in his musical watch f Huyu uncuiy oxcetont book 1 facturera or Its glvioRsatisfacUou lri price from S up tbo holy senuldhor and- - the Itemani Shikar Sketches By touching a spring tho Himerspwutngiy prepareu in a concea averyeaseormouey paid for it will mentions a similar incident But guard All prices of Plow Qmr frapi It purifies vitalities aud berefuuddr M airman mrtCftil nvpntr f ivTrt tha aoniiTfhiiri I traletliiorai lnwin M4iinnci im w i t mnpa j tha cheapest to the best Some u ds a fcS uf me I am LlufhVaim at last a well direeted the cruard kneeled down Snijels aft- - enrpantp Ilia wonn apil thins entirely new in Curry Cnmbs CarixBtrV vrk i firm body iVltaJ- 1 sytttnl giving tho whole DhTiircekPelratstheori2limI and spear thrnst onds his career on earth pearod and the holy woman stopped UL e94imt vSr iO twenty five The handsomest lot of Ian Cloths I AI irto the tomb and sang tha Eas tar song j ty si rflt Qfuoilj guardliiff - h a U9tiejnvllSra jind fiuislMs the difficult pursuit H TYlR J ever bronght to Richmond il- - r aoites xr1 cfeas a vfelr one a dose tUBstaiyAurekes oes of dlea a- ot the J UieaJ Illustrated London uws Tba Trials onrtiTrlbnlntlons ot a Society m XounffOIn t j 4f F While tho sociotygirl Is a subject of so much sympathy and comment In the newspapers it might not bo amiss to cast a kindly glance toward tho youn society man Unquestionably tho goaf son tells heavily upon debutantes but after they have beon but fdr a yeW o two tfiey tbrivo Upon fashionable life In a way that is wonderful to see Tho leaders who sot the pace In tho lively circles of Now York society are with- Â¬ out exception magnificent spoelmens ot robust and beautiful womanhood Thoy havo bright eyes and clear skins thoy aro quick of movement aad apparently happy Although tho years roll by many of tho old lenders continue W keep in-t- hevan round of iallsan4jpartic3 has npglhpr cffecVupRi triom than to VrnpfiSsflo J ARTIFICIAL EYES NAVAL STATlSfida 1 m4t The German navy April 1883had sive than many imagine Tha best uro twenty nine iroa olud ships of which made in Uri Those of German mauu thtrteou wore ceo going iron olads facturo have more durvature and ard with armor thickness at water lino deeper and appear thoro liquid thtirt from 5 to 12 inches twelvo coast those of French make Falsd eyes ard defenso hrmor dld3 all excepting alA made id London add id New Yottt ono having J incH araioA and four Pittsburgh and StIaul Those made deck protected oruisori Besides Ihdsd in this country aro considarpd defect- thero ahe about 122 torpedo boats ive They aro usually made of first and second clasa and tho numbers Â¬ A TraAo THat li More Extonilrs Than Manx Imagine Tho trade in false oyos is mora exten- Â¬ A ComtMirUon oftlie Narle of QerOTftlT and tho United States ofifdd sWIker says that the dis- Â¬ surest- - appointment in politios is appointment The man who never changes his opinion is one who never enlarges his Information Tho lighter tho Individual tho easier to float in the social swim Washington Critic To seelt a redraft of griflvanoos by recourse to the law is apUy compared to sheep running for shelter to a bramble-- JUST ARRIVED OtJB SECOND STOCK OF- - Clothing ats Furnishin I Goods MD TRUNKS FOE THE SPEIIG AND SUMMEH ALL THE LATEST NOVELTIES IN -- Suits Hats Underwear and Flannel S hirts Having bought late we can sell them at 1 1 fall Less ThanFormer Prices m We have all sizes from the smallest boy to the largest man Call and see our line before you buy Mothers will find the Handsomest Line of We have Shirt opened in Richmond Waists in summer flannel chevoit percal etc Sec our elegant line of Childrens Suits and Shirt Waists ever Â¬ Â¬ HATS FOR MEM AND BOYS Redr-Admira- ls lilEST Â¬ in this country Large line of Samples from which we make SUITS TO OIIDEE and guarantee a fit at from 815 up We are agents for a large Trunk and YaKse House and can sell them at less than city prices Call and see our goods and prices before you buy at mm TAEMflfG in s -- s STOUFFERS - - We have the only SINGLE APRON BINDER on the market It manufactured by Walter A Wood fei ts - BRECK PHELPS - SADDLES - HARNESS Drain Pipe AJMB GEAR W PIGKEIa3 POPE Chimney Pipe Fire Brick And Fire IkyHarmt -- msn yg - -- LOWEST FRIO 111I a - 8 - i Fi VALLEY Iknt 1S DEAT ljrn J sA m- iv sJt fjf PB m I 1 1 Â¬ smuq Â¬ l11 -- rajgtgn X2 Carpeaters Wo n -- J -- I Pi J pprl tei - II A - v r tL fiietRf roar AA - or - - - i S - ia-g-iisto-jll- - aBr- - H -- - jJ C- - --- xJ -- - - - - - -- m1-- 5tSfe3ilte Wc WV-- THE CLIMAX FKtSHGH TUFTON fljliinfiiit as Drjair -- South Fark an- - fe3egSap ed te Jeaastewm Beats before tie reached Ike iMf lawn Sams loot Be much care tea tbe art With cm ch-ipa- R CSmOLTiBCLLX B Sixthly ckf kejtot Office or Co3onesionsseF AaaictiurcKS rtEUGiOUS aenniT bc CJo s atuC XLKIOB fmsx Piiatrncr W rTjx C8A SPWI lSO 1869 of tbe espseer la aces adering tbe eHbri- - be --Bade and Hbe Wstory ol tbe daa it loots to as as if tbe disaster were amply a vast Busfortaae fer which nabo iljr PER TZAB JULY m kta blame Yoh WDECDXXSDAY if there bad beea bo dam there waald bare beea aerer break thrash tbe levee at CairbMaa and rejtrodece erea Johnstown Had tbere beea no Iadiaaek its inhabitants caald sat bare washed away ia tbe galf tide TIEEE1SSWIT Â¬ sav say DEMOCRATIC TICKET New Orleans tbe Mississippi coaJd e --teror and sa if tbere were Anyit 1 THtrtiaa 36y t --STBFHEX SKAXFE of Fayette vmmtj NC 1 n ESPKKEKTJLIIVE W B SMITH J -- a --XTDC-EY MILLER ob Frieajr JfeiFfeaier Nxnnay Be DrweHty vwu af ftfn 11H win 3aNfer WiMeg fee sa He was yminont SMjfcesBMKaaaMoftbe SielBe- FtSIS ww PraMer StUlrraa ia --eventj-ive JBcUhk IB Mm aw 3War Tbe tells tbe stary in Sereral taoas- the-u- wie- - Jake roands at -ht mail M apiece la see k Tbe Gwiniri nracUm tinn to tbe cj t tennt took place SHABFFS 3HJTOX bat The BcoabUcaas ia State vantion aaeembled at Lexiastoa aat Tnaredar nominated Hoa Hmwii A Cokon of Bell coaaty ior Stele Treasurer He represented bis county ia tbe Lepsla 1mm aad acpiies to a hi ber perch oa wane to rooL But Jadge Skeabea 6 Sharpe will see te it that the seatlemaa from Taller doeest roost oa that upper Â¬ mem Ktrr defeats spkaxe rJ c S a an lie Th- - cot mi pn lie Mlf FjoeU Knott woo the Sheridan at Ctacage Thareday de SfMkaae mile aad a qaart- Many Keotoekiaas er in 1 ragweed their loasee on the Kea ttKfcr Derby and tbe American Derby aad now aay that Procter Knott if the sreatest hoe on earth ia a mile aad a quarter race xaa tractioaal tune was quarter ante hall mile 51 three quarters 11 T auk 145 Yoo may set a keataeky horse down hat you cant keep him down aj The Bev Geo 0 Barnes an that hereafter he will not deliver pay lectares The reason ae for thk change is that his aadiea ces have beea sall wherever he has beea He eontiaues to draw fan houses to bear his sermons As the leetares east S5 cents in hard eash aad the sermons are a free as the TrsXm c in rVwwnru i Valley the inlereace naturally arises that tbe almighty 25 cents k tbe hoa ia tbe way But that k not the trae reasoa Mr Barnes preaches mainly upon one subject God is love and nothing eteeT which nearly everybody hkes to hear and to which certainly nobody seriously objects Bet bk lecture are of aa entirely different aatare and are objectionable to all denominations except the Episcopalians and evea maay of them are found among tbe objectors Mr Barnes en deavors to demonstrate that Queen Victoria is the prime representa tive of the fort tribes of Israel and being the bead of tbe church of England which k bat the Epk VYhbbeas Hea T Breaetoas copal church k the head of the term as Coilecterof tbe Ebt DMriot only tree church in existence ef Keataeky baa tbis day expired That k the secret of Mr Barnes1 tberefore be it rewired failure in getting crowds to hear IU Tbat be be tendered tbe ceezrat- hk lecture The people do not ahtfonsefbis einee foree aad ei bis wish to believe that Queen Vic- Â¬ eabordtaates ia offlee m tbe Eighth Cel toria k aay more than any other ieetors Dietriet for tbe efficient masaer Queen or any other woman ex- Â¬ ia wbieb be baa eendeeted tbe ietri cept that she is Queen of Great eale afiair ef tbis IMetriet sever for Britain and Ireland and Empress getMeg for a awnieBt tbe deties ef nb of India It has not beea long efSeeaad tbe great responsibility be since Mr Barnes announced that bas assaaied towards tbe faked S4ates the Lord had appeared to him ia Geveraraeat the city of London and told him 2nd Tbat in bi tbe dktillers ef District bad always aa aepreja that tbe church of England k the true church He does not make i leed aBd K1 beartes for J sriev w toagiaary wbieh tbey ase of that wonderful phenomenon HMt taTe urttel to illustrate hk lectures P1 would prove the straw to break otiCe9 1GOTent the etmeTa back Hk lectures nounces - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ ef Uia Ustritt for tae as- expected B9elMbr aad nemBiawaa neanaalSos tendered nte at tbe eea vestkm at ML Verses ea Jaij Stfe And espedaMx do I feel esBipmaeatefi by tbe aetiea ef tbe Deaiosrsls t Rocketstle aad StlM eeaaUes after tbe MWHsbq deleguiea teM them plslely aad rrpeaiddy tbitebe weakl aat preseat a caatiidatf bat eheernitfy tafpstt any rasa ef tbeir oeJce to agree sbmbs tbesneelves aad deaaBd mv caaaidacr I nope ever te aberfefc a teader regard fer taese good peapte for and bold myself ia readiness tfaea aa tbey are wUtteg to de for Ee Oatd I bave cearaked ray sirs ke Batkm I shesld bare at eeOe aSeepted aad feel eeadest tbat wHk eseb aaistaace ai I woaW receive frem tbe tree aad geed Democrat at tbe dfetriet tbat 1 weukl be trwmpbaBtly eleoted Bat twe rears bea I oas eteded to represent ray ewa Cesaty I feK tbat I bad received an lbs beeora tbat I bad a rigbt to defflaad ef my peepie And feelHig e Rraleftil to my rieadf y wbe etoed by 23 e ee oeMy aad le jood rife wbe expressed a wMMagaees te ncriaee ear all for ray etecueaI preaiked tbea tbat I wenld sever be a casdidste agaia wHbeat tbek- eoa eat Tbi my cood wife aad etber Irieads refuse tberefore I mast de cMe tbe Beta teat loa Bat I bepe tbere will be Be treable te eecare kbc pood Deeaecrat to make tbe race aad be ea esaat ea aiy aadiTided sbaperL Agabi tbaBkieg vat fcHow Seaie craU for tbe bigb tesliraoaial ef ceaSdeBeeaad regard 1 aw Very BespeotfeNy A T Chksault Desocra I feel prefrsndl prxiefal te tae J aiakiagthe best effort in ray power wilb tbe resesrees at my oam maad to try aad get tbe facts as to oar crops their totals la rfoaads aad nasbebaad eeaditiea from time to time It is difficait te do bet this aa aH other reports is based Upon act ami reports frem Intelhgeat correspo ad eats wbe are farmers Tbe taHewmg btsabaikted to date AHO STArtSTkS kaSJitFOET JeJy 1 ISSB HoKrworarafts i 1 Iaa Kr nnnami Mermen eedrerk afrired agkuiL at Sew York Fnisy IKeh services was be bctd at the ied Presbyterian church Sssday creemg Rev J A Henderson watfiB bk petek id ink place Simony in ir Wng at 11 oclock aad atHbles schoet boEe at 4 C5ae -- site T Bat Sb ltV fi m Y SW8EKTAKZS nWiiai 1 ABSTEtS fWiin IT60E S t M IN DE1- Fa 3aafts4 rln M ikxt p ic m jiStonggWyV Diftrt fee rtaJcr W Ctw irnfliMiWnTt nwnirf Tattltlir saxan U5S ai 3SiAcil wm Tmit Tbe cengieganea el tbe First PresbT teriaacherch Lextagtes has increased W F V Baracttt salary to liseo aad made aa earnest appeal to tbek- paster to - ftmtB 3rd AiMtitiw mctict ciasm jca w be ia Vy SI pwfatpfiariMi 3t uSs2Ba Tg THE RESULT IS GOOD ieaS hsefoc SECOND DAY XCU5 Best tksft tfCTrpt TOBACCO 3S33 1191 farmers had J44 In aert s to tebaeca Ia ISSr tbe aae aamber of farmers bare 8595 acres This ii an average te each farmer la 1333 ef IS aad eae testb acre aad ia 1S88 7 and lnree eaarter acres Tbis isabost 6j per oeat ef tbe crop ef JSSS aad basing the amount in peaads ea tbe assessors returns for tbe 85 crop weald make the 89 taop 17et37 15 peaads against 2SS33I 421 pea nils bt 1SS5 Siece these n ports were received K Is Bet aafah to awaase tbat per cent additional bas beea set If tbis be true tbe total for 1889 anewiBg tbe same paands per acre the total oaadi weald le 15t17t9Sl peaads er 9312MS7 peaads short ef tbe 55 crop Awumlag tbe 5 per cent ia crease for bite planting the total Stale average woald be 67 per eent of tbe S3 crop Tbe central and eastern coaatlea by actual figures bare 8 to 16 per cent mere acreage than the coun- Â¬ ties west of Uie IaoaisviHe Xasb virie BaMf sad Tbe Crop is yery grassy in mv nea sous aad a good oeal ef damage bas been doae by over Â¬ flew The season for setting has beea aH tbat ceetd be desired Dp to May 12th a protracted dree gat existed Maay plant beds at tbat time bad WXPLIJlEXTABr EBS6LCTWXS Bet sprouted and a good deal ef tbe planting was retarded for want ef At a meetiBS ef tbe reprwealallves plants and wnt be late Bat K rheald ef tbe Interna BeveBee fore ef tbe be weH understood tbat hindrances of Eizbih Kealaeky DMriet tbe fellew seme kiad are complained ef every ieg reeialieB9 were adepted year tee remain wkb them aad decane the caH frem AsgsstaGa Eider A P CoSb ef Decator DL a seted eraageast bas consented to assist a protracted meet Rev J Befl Gaisea ing at the Christtaa cbnrefa k October Stanford JesrnaL Elder Cobb preached at Richmond two years ago Â¬ Eca kTK onix ShaekeKord Gentry always give yea tbe worth ef year aweey It araelettsea Ittsmerittaat wmsaad tae tact tfaa Hoods Sarsansima afrnaBy ae eeoqSsbes what is dahscd ler tt U wast has ctrea to ttUmeaetee a popelaraT aad sale greater tsaa ttot c any other janapa- Beads Sarsapaiffla cares Serorala Salt aen a aad aH Batnsrs Dyspepsia orereemes Taat Bateasaess deaeadM TlredFterfctratesaaArTeOtestreacU ess the Serres tends ap the Whole Systeav TiPs Bartaparilla is ssMtryaH drcf tar ta great sse Tfce Cklrf eess et BeecTs SusaparBU Is lessd ta tea Bom mtal ir BuchenUuaStTeci Rkw H Bert hnc mttc rftf praBMaby C- - HVt Stm Ltror Feed J lc ScalJc Rica Dead ifc tww yean aU and Best mare t secul arasaua W I- - M-- Bnee Feed Fife maNattadfjiCT HwHitoi aoe year U aad 4er tw hvM mle Mjon H aaJ piska tjtn IHaaa T1 THE PUBLIC IS BEHEPITTEI5J nfe off S Ki Â¬ CONCERNING FARMERS Merit Wins E5pZ urenvleMCrsUul edef t xpecal Breausa fcy J P Sxadtfer Cesenl ea Lancaster Life aad Fire IsnTaace Art aaos Ben BureoHdeBaderaee year aU ipeetd preaMaaaby Best a fcrale nate WaATer HBL UTry Feed aad Sale Sta- Â¬ s ble A0UU Ga Jx ta ut Is ta tad SWEETSTAJCES Sale aadLinyy Static Scasfcrd ta zad ntst AS ITS SEEYANT tte d pepea S rates Hi JiStrengs Aim Is Accomplishes 4 by -- Bcsi aarse aiale ayte tpttialpteaMaai ky MHier Bros bave received to date 709 lambs for wbieb tbey paid frem S te 5 cents Sates ef several Jots o cattle were made at 325 to 569 Owen iCewE Those wbe knew tell as tbat wheat is beiag harvested ia very fab condi- Â¬ tion and that there will be abeat S9 Maia Street KacasMd eeax mare mate aay i mj ivuia j Bra Pry Cewit Cratenca Karris Be 5eea Haw Capoxaad Saddlery Pant Lad II J i jitaMt te rf i5 00 rreparedHCI bs St six for - lxrcrHJlxsa CApeCfieearies S- Hooa SADOL nOESES Beuaaarercdwcfear yean aid aaderer 29 9 yr WHEAT elaborate aad ornate of the June series we have received is that of Mr Georse Ba- hcrbrmerij editor of the Louieville Ereainfr News delivered at tbe eoatmeaoement of Norwood las titote Washington Referring to 31k Washington he says Ilere the 13 Bh iarbnleoce of the exchange tbe SHat hum of machinery the roar of the farnace the thunder of foundries re- 4aad the throng of money seekers pushing with impassioned violence P te auhnmh din y streets are repine x ed by the abundant library tbe io sallery of art the eoilege of law hoc the department of inventions the a academy of science the National ied Museum by great avenues um- inder braseoos parks palatial homes ober vSdiberc of leaislatioB moaa- iHie meats in eommemoratioa of states- men o f erents statues to he roes martial mask waving baa aers nodding plumes aad withal a popalatioB diatingaished alike Jor gentle courtesies and for joyous peaee 7 The f 11 r Â¬ TIE3ITYBEXX CtKVRTMX The delegates to tbe Deaocratie Senatorial coaventioa assembled at ML Yemon oa last Friday to nominate a candidate Hob Henry Wiseman of Estill ooaatv and Col Ballard of Rock cattle county were pot ia aomi natioa Madieoa nominated no candidate but voted for f two half her vote going tbe other to each The vote stood 96 to SO Finally w the delegates from Estill and hi Rockcastle withdrew from the 5 oonventioa and went into caoens or Upon tneir return they withdrew by both their candidates and nomi f 1j nated Hon A T Cbenault of jcLadiaon He was ananimonelv rhosen Mr Cbenaalt was pres nt and said be would have to nnsult his friends and especially is wue as ne nan Triimxi not azam be a candidate His iari of decliaatioB aooears ekelere in this issue le party k yet withoat a caa- llie ItepuMicans have no idate Does nobodv want in tnator from this district TJ 1 - i ffflE KESPOXSliJlUTY i oronerg jury in the Johns Bvestigatkm retained a ver- ag uieresponeiuility apon rners of the South Fork Snentific American is of after carefal investigation t e is no responsibility opoa xt says mac uie dam istrocted apon the roost ap- plan withstood tbe many years aad was as the day of the disaster as f ofitsbafldinz Tlie dam improved eisht Tears aea and snDlwav was made tno small the deluge that poured down 31st of May notwitbatandia had been safficient for all others lariag the eight years and might fere it again in existence be Efficient for the next centary or Kwaiy lorever The spillway tot bejntr sufficient to carry 01T Uia lorplus water it poured over the tam and washed it down from e top The engineer in charge w tae water rapidly CHBitwng to 1 iit nood was too great fit at tbe oatlets were insaScienL uie of-H ta workcatfin an additional y at the other end of ihs it saw Aceerding to tbe assessors books the total acreage in 15S3 was 87317 tbe total predact 1M4 i basbets This weald be aa average ef 1277 basfaels to tbe acre em MUag fractions v Aeeerdhtg to retarns ef T aerrepand ettie tbe aereage ef lS58 is frSj per cent nf tbe acreage ef 1SSS wbieb weatd with a similar yield to tbat ef 1SS5 make tbe total besheis as tbe predaet ef tbis year Tbe yield per acre for this year eaa net be determin Â¬ ed as yet bat frem tbe highest searces ef mformtttieB will be foJIy ten per cemL snort wbieb wenJd make the total prodaot hi basbek 9S33t There bas bea too rnaeb raiafor tbk crop Tbe berry is palpy aad when the excessive moistare ersape recedes K will shrivel besides tbis Ibe smut aad rast bare eSeded the crop la Sfd we leader him straw character It k remarkable i tbaaks Tbat kiadBeas be oar MeCere maay sections Tae grain louse or for Ibe bas maai DIED that so ne a jodge of human na- feHed aad tbe interest be bas takea m greea parasite has proven virtually lie D M Brarkt km Sfceec ture as k Mr Barnes and who ear welfare as saberdiaate officers dar- harmless Yet tbere will be many S oo x Kackaaad t Taiten Newby Jr died ia Maditea KMkitet enps oa well adapted soils with full bas always studiously avoided de- ing bis term of omee WW D i Laaaers Ciran ExcouBty Ky oc SJ Hicamiil Ky nominational ideas should finally 4th Tbat Hoa A B Bars am Ibe piamp berry aad will make a fine J03 198G after along rllue9aBd was buried Beat adopt rfae rankest form of denomi- foeemmg Collector of tbe Eicbt Dfe yield vreamaw ay lAiiiJuia Araaai tc The most of tbe wheat bas beeu cut at Bethel church Wa tak aad KetaB Ofactn Seed Etc national doctrine trict of Keataeky bas ear best wisbe XackaM- a- Ky 5 ee David Powers died in Richmond Beat leaf aik nnag ftrkt bfnd laidref Wte for his sneeess as Odleotor of eaM Dis- aad ia the shock but could not be sale stacked or threshed by reason of too Ky on Seeday July 7th 1SSS aged ekester aar tiekainiia br J D Dyk- ePAILRWADS1VBSTILL- trict and we think bira eakteotiy Bt Sale af eat tar n kr J much rala and sap in tbe stalk 51 years His disease wasdiabetis De- - Beat two er more katrifs lieiai radc atat hrd for tbe posKfoH Vt CoaVa A fiac a Fariiik id coax aatare tSetl ifas se ton st tbe reroetery aad aaaaal aad Faac Carpers Ha dtaatc aa- etb Tbat a epy of these resotatieas Statiox Camp Ky Jay 4w 1 S The total bushels of corn grown in had held the position for eight or ten BeM kr-aaaia rag kwarm rciil areaaia ao co be eat to Thk Cuxai aad Keataeky - yaaaai Hdwer CXmaz tser wbe byD P Armtt Rwksaad Ky aaVer j co iteieter for pahiieatleB aad tbat a ISSS aeeerdiag to the assessors returns yrars A prominent citizen ware I weald like to say a few words ia eepy ef tame be seat to tbe Hen T S was 51695546 2o acreage is given ia knew him weH said ea yesterday Beat c aoa ice Liiiar vrenaaai ky regard te ranraad mi this ooaatv a DaxS A Co- Keuaaraai aaw Csefnani Bfeeetoa aad Hob A Rettias Bar- - these return aad the crop being yet David Powers was as clever a miH as ry RjckaMad Ky we bave bad a great i - f ae ef talk aad unmatured it is impossible tJ estimate there is in Keataeky Bear a a akereet ifrnd are ma i ky tT Hats Caps aad lacc A Kaee Beets Skae vo leg ea tbe same for the last few 914 ealy by comparative acreage Far Mkaat Geed Rjcaj J A WlIilASSOK years Joba Vf Bourne died at his heme Ih Beat aUck cake sswe d j eed Ky by H J j ee aaan formers ia 1SS3 pleated 34253 acres I B J Nbwxjok Street Wkalnale aad Retasl IHaarrai Bry Tbe L C V B R came to K tM CeramMtee tbe same farmers ia 1SS8 planted 36175 Richmond Ky en Sunday night Gaaas Nataa- a- Oatkaag Beau aad Saves J M mk K kii iiil Ky- I eeaaty with a prwpcnMea tbat if we 39 co B C Potts seres Tbis crop wa well eakivated July 7ih 1SS9 after an iiaes ef three RWktteCktk J feboaki vote a sabseripUoa ef 5S0aM to J W Colter its early stage and is very ftalky weeks aged S2 years At bis request aec Hats Caa aad Ceats Fratre ja Wallbk Bexxbtt Diitiner Goods Rackawad Ky 6a tbe capital stock tbey weald baiid a and vigorous aad If tease as are favor- Â¬ the faaeral serriees were conducted at Beat a kase cake Bade ef -- I E M read from Wwebeater by way ef Irbis home by Rev Dr Henderson Tbe Sr sate ky Farm Bartea SeVrer Creek able premises a fiae yieki Ky THIN COLUMN vine to Beattyville or Proeier ie tbe funeral took place at 439 oclock yes-Â¬ Bess yeaw ipeage c e specdpri mlain ky OATS Ce StasU aad Faacy Gro D Ckeaaak Uateotfctx atoatb wbieb we veted Eight baedred and fifty fear fann- terday followed by interment with ceries Sew Hese Xcw aad Fresk Goads The DaevMe Advocate ef Friday Oaty Rickaoad Ky Masonic toners 1b Richmond ceme- Â¬ Bat for D08K eane tbe read was net March 39th czsk hnaberieg brto TMe ers bad in 1SSS 11039 acres and tbe tery aag k feo two aomads so kc saade at bollt Deceased tberefore eaM Hibser iptfoa is Cumax to this Bet removed Wkew Rase Fleer far takaf A Hif eSce Satowdir as aK was ia a same farmers In 139 bave 3St3 ajeas far E aalt aad void Jessamine coaaty Best ts sale font cakeRjckmad Kyof Wktte yco frem acres Daring tbe early spring tbe couBiy wkste Ss be nade about 41 Rate 1 oar Jar sale ky J A Hrst t Kch Some nfleea or twenty months ago ago years Dariag eat crops were in many case thought joad Ky iae caorcaes were aneac tbe most te be worthless but ralBS have greatly tbe war be was Judge ef the Best ckscalate caXe seect I area aa kr W B taoawMed a prepct tbe R tioa tbat if we weaM veto rMtt to patriotic oa tbe 4th they were dosed tfec improved tbem and tbey are new Madison county Court He wa a pil- Â¬ C Freaefc Fate Lieaorf Cigars Esc Rkk w Ky taeir capnal rtoek tbey swtd baMd entire day saaae at tbe basks and pett considered as being sure of a fiBe yield lar of tbe Methodist church He Best aau tea saTtc Arraseae cui jeidLri sac ol Mil asaia ky Lesas Brewer leaves a wife bat no children tbeir ruaj m atomaid m three years ettce Wkales le aad Ret 9 Dc lers ia Dry Goods ETE atkear Basts Skw t flats Caps Esc aad said amoeat was veted lby coai Wanted Two candidates for the State Is much improved and premises a fair -Laac ster Ky Sco 1100 9100 ewakd Best spec -- ea T s meaeed sarveybig tbeir roete ever tbe Senate eee ea tbe Democratic aad Kcasar aetaretdery yield Garden products are in good special pre u a by Lfx Brewer St 4 same rente tbe L C V bad located en tbe RepabBeaa ticket Apply at tbk condition Fruit Ij generally very ple ed F acy Dress Goods 1 - L r Napki s F raseb c The readers of The Climax will be taias frem Irviae te Beatty vill Tbe L C eaace promising Laaca ster Vy to I earn that there is at leavt one dread- Â¬ Best spec ilea crary wark specs prcu i S V bad kept a small foree at work ea Following is the State average ByC W Swecay Iry Goads Netie s Tbe Repabbcass bare taken tbe clap ed dfeese tbat fcience has been able as to bold tbeir chirter New as tbere Papcr Esc Carpets Ky Sco per out ot tbeir BeH te haag k m Ibe amount of live stock and average size to cure In all its stages and that is Best spec Waa u MSery oa--Aacasterspec ea esd ael is room for bat eae road op tbe Keaaa State Treawry bet k w haag up before ef crops and present condition of both Catarrh Halls Catarrh cure Is the preDress try B W Tamer Staple and Faa- Â¬ cy oods Lawas Sarttnrt Heariet- taeky river aiid a tbere is another u Laces Ere Rich wad Ky The Democrat have a AVERAGE AU0U5T OF LIVE STOCK AXD only positive care now known to the JCO vote lobe takes ia tbis eoealy oa Ibe k gks tbar Best spec aea be titc tg spec jarc u AVZKAGE SIZE OT CHOPS party Sharp candidate tbesttebrct medical fraternity Catarrh being a a i by ilrs J F St nieGreea Fro t Stab ef tbis raeatb to renew tbe S59a Jddk ery Latest Nerekies ia Bo acts Ilorses 97 mules 93 cattle 91 t 1UT7 n KKtKtcr aspires 10 Deactty no sheep 79 poultry 100 bets 100 constitutional disease requires a conHats RiaboBs Featkers Etc RkJumoed- - Sco 8 satecriptiea to the L C V B R Bc t m rktao ata c c ce dress special pre I wkh to say tbis tbat the feelings ef town ever iecreated te tbe proportioBs of corn 105 wheat 97 rye 95 barley stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh eue by W O Sweeny C stkiax Boots Sk oes Hats Caps ard Gcats F rtslu 2 tbeekizens ef Estill county are tbat a erty waboet water works Wmcbester SS oats 110 eorgbum 100 hemp Cure is taken Internally acting directly Goods Laacaster Ky upon the blood and mucus surfaces of Best spec aea drawn we rk speci t prcmi m 500 tbey will not vote for thk renewal Democrat S4 clover 97 grass 100 tobacco Feed Sale aad by West Tbe dectioa on last Sabtrday went 89t potatoes 110 apples 100 peaches the system thereby destroying Ibe ssbseriptioa ef 559009 from tbe faet l araiaer Kt Best spec aea oil pamftrg spec a direaeeand giving the patient strength williBg te pay more 105 agabt tbe water works proposkios tbat tbey are Co W J it Hisdt-a- -i lW pears 100 grapes 100 berries tbaa tbe ram already veted for SI09 aad new Winchester caa net increase to W9 garden products 100 dairy pro- Â¬ by building up tbe constitution and Fan rag lassie teats S - lery aad Har- -- ess l acaster -- y assisting nature in doing its work Best spec ea crayon work special pre una 5 co 009 aad virtaany have bat eae read Ae proportions of a cUy We thought ducts 100 ky W R Rae ssea Bra H rdwxre TIi e proprietors havem much taiibln For bib mads might ran ap to Ir-Â¬ aB tbe tbne tbat Winchester was a cky Far ag tapseatcats Harnc s aad Sad le-Â¬ PHESEXT oosDmoy its curative power tbat tbey offer ry L ia nter Ky viae only and there the Lu C s co V a ripper aad a roarer and k k were set mules 100 cattle 100 Hera pickets spec One Hundred Dollars for any case it Best H by R E --IcRokerts Dras -Ods cedeHs ae tbe river to that k soon weald be bet tbe Democrat hogs 103 1J sheep 100 poultry 100 lawts t fails to care Send for lfct of testimo Best display c Laacaster yspec d prea Sco BeattyviHe Io tbe B N I B B B seems to think otherwise wa bees 95 corn 100 wheat 67 rye 87 af est flowers ami tbes as I Raid before virtaally have Uo ar M-Boots -- oes Arasc le A stranger was endeavoring to steep barley 91 oalg 100 sorghum 100 nials Address F Hats Caps aad Gcats F roisia Goods J CHENEY bat oae read in tbe ceaaly Rscfcwad Ky 5 co the eveatng away at the Garaett Honse hemp 75 clover 80 grass S tobacToledo Ohio Ha ads test boaaeet iprriilpren a by 1 Bat if both roads will gree to raa Half a dozen boys collected under bis co 100 potatoes 110 apples S3 Staple aad Faacy Groceries C Hopper Ky by Druggiste 75c 37 Laacaster ta BeattyviHe or Proctor the eae ap window and were making more noise peaches 100 pears 1W grapes 100 erSold 5 ce the Kentucky river aad the ether ap than tbe stranger nked He poured a berrrles 103 garden products 100 KOA rnxaS goods are cheaper than trasiu Good Station Camp Creek pmlep sdeat pitcher of water down on the boys oae dairy products 100 Best mWiin fear years ekl aad orer special It Shackelford Gkstkv pre bsb kyRiL Taraptke Stxte sst reads we will vote to divide the Siee of them a bootblack patching the so se te sad Very respectfully balk 00 KirksvIIIe It Best tfiKaB taree years aadaed --ader toar 000 already vuted between thera of k The bootblack glanced up aad CiTAS Y Wilson saecsat pte utsra ay CoTt ztea Miteke wbieb is better for both freai the fact seeing the man at the window caned When you want a churn buy the Mer kaat Ta ors Ootasers Ceats Fssr Commissioner of Agriculture oat niiTine Goods Hats Caps ftr Ricluaoad tbat tbe road np Station Camp caa get Shine Mister Celebrated Oval Chum from ShackelKy 5S to 1st Ste to sad 5t ta j t The stranger grinned 40 co Best srellian rwe years eld aaa soer three coal and timber to freight within 39 tossed the boy a akket said hed get Gentry ford It I0XT0WX a by Bar ass Hane Fire saecsal pre at miles of Richmond and thence en to thine next day and went back to bed- --ad Accsdeat Iasaraace A feus at Farmers KlrksvHleFalr ak Rack toad Ky Jbo to sst Na ea It Mfct Mary Lou Atkinson of Bath Proctor Tbe one road would be un- Â¬ Sso te 39 a Kewa comes rem Lancaster tbat a big I coeatr is visiting at Mr CHfton BsrgtaV one able to ship Uie timber and eoal all out reM asd --aderrwo Buy your Fruit Jars Tin Caos and Best sbm aioai pe Wa ter Dorr Feed DT br snake met Joe Eaton in the road near ef tbe sarroandiog couatry oa this aad Lrrerr bt bse Laacaster k- iTbe wbeat has been harvested and now Preserving Kettles from Shackelford I to ra 5 to route ia 75 years Tbe read ap Ibe that town and charmed him so that he special attention is beiag paid to the weed Gentry tj 00 Best sriHinn stader s year oM special pre u It Bas by J B Carter Saw Mia aad Lambcr river woald be an molested aad h Hen- Â¬ was speechless and powerless save to crop in tbe corn fields Merstat Fazat Lack Ky too ta sst Jj to Mammoth Cave is Kentuckys great ce ruber ed In its way aad get aH tbe stand stffl and wiggle his bodr exerr time aaa r Dr Morris Evans spent several days v tare cost ue freight between Irvine atid Beattyviile the snake wiggled ks tax He would hare last week with friends and preached to est pride but Kentucky also boasts ef en nuxi year wr isese or previa Vby eld der a ber wonderful Canters Magic Chicken Kir oaeSc and Keat specs si cay tint Taraatk o aad frem thence onward ceehl make died had not a voting roan named Arnold large and attentive audience on Snoday sr at Cholera Cure Sold by Stockton come along and shot at the snake Tbe a divide ef the freight Providence SADDLE Brooks Now my argument Is this There is snake belongs to Pat Cunningham of It Those froa thk section who beard DanBest staSaa fear years old aad orerspecJ only room for one road np the river Richmond aad Pat has oaered 39 re by J A full line or Preserving Kettles at eremisB mons WSobs Wwre J lie Cottoa and the freight would then at its best ward for it The snake was ia a strong iel Duhertrs speech at the Chaatauoua ShacKelford GentryV U Sa Walker Bra Mer- J last week pronounce k a matchless piece wooden box and couldnt have escaped Jjjto i io tomd e be light until It reached Beattyviile or Ssto jri Proctor while if both ran up the river but Charley Jacobs big sewing machine of oratory Mr J E Dykes has an abundance Best sra t sea tkrte years old aad u derfocr rpees by Greeslexf Crooke There a a new residence in process of of ice for sale and will deliver it every it mot necessarily be divided But ir in the next room shook the home so vio jas raocc Aeats reproest rj sis of tke Best laser ace Conp aiies of tbe srakJ ex lently that the box tamed ever and broke construction not marty miles from here morning in any part of tbe city 4- one road goes the Station Camp route rlrst Natio- n- Bank Kit mood J to tst eaa 3 u 3r then they need not compete until they open and the snake escaped through the and considerable speculation has been giv co Best stafioa two years old aad aader three Patent Fly Brashes at Shackelford back window of the third story Pat wiB en a to whether it k to be the retreat of a pec u pre aeat ay j v arrive at Proctor Colasx Stock io Mereb nts Oocra- T it Tbe Station Camp route is by odds sae Jacobs for damages and expects ta yoang bachelor or to be presided over by Gentrys v w ij to ist es te sa a ai 30 00 get enough out of the judgment ta pay one of the fair sex -- ss sesea eae year k aad adertwe tbe most paying route A road can be your clothe ready for the laun- Â¬ speci l preua by C E South Drags Get tbe reward The new ur is looked forward to with dry bant this wy for the same money Pats tf ta sd Ods Etc Rickmo d S15 to sst Jj Uncle Ben Thompson of our place Gon3erae interest and all arennani- and is at 18 miles from Richmond in Bestst assa aader oae year okt s by Bales aad rfcjrervt aeeaalry that is underlaid with 30 to is 64 year- - old He rays he planted SBeacia the belief that it win ccMpteaH Fly Traps at Shackelford Gentry- to tst 5 ta zad 42 iaeu coal at the out cropping and etirn tbis year in the eame field in preriowt efiorts Success to the enterprise Gel yourselves ready for the Kirks ROCKAWAY XCCC which be planted It 75 years ago and j 3tai coagratuitionso the faithful adher vIlIeFalr yet in Its virgin forest it Bestia spectal prc to besbow- -ckeBord reorxesdsoe ts Now I am not writing Hits for perÂ¬ that while planting this earn be drank ents to a good cause n uaat by Sh sonal Interest alone but for tbe inter-Â¬ a toddy eat of a glass from which be A splendid line of Brooms at Shack- Â¬ Gentry Hardware aad Ajricofcoral lnple- The Homination of Hon W B Smith eats sai to tst Jj to t rs 00 est and future welfare of EMM coun- Â¬ drank 55 years ago Lebanon Eater for Gentrys meets the hearty ap j elford it fOei KC prise ty Jouk Wilson preval ot alt good DemocraU ia thk local Kirks ville Fair July 26th and7Ui Best aad elest tasdet st rBoacureer y as e special- preaua i byJakaG Are you weak and weary overwork Â¬ ity aad Foxtown k prepared to tkiwa any A CALL- Ketaa Craeer yon want Uie Best Churn in the Taylor Wtevlc aad Salt Spec try victim tbe Republicans may choose to If ed and tired F rstsss Hooda- Sarsaparilla is aad a Xtckaso d Sao to tst Jj to sd World call oa Shackelford Gentry rs eo just the medicine to purify the triood place apon the cricU akar Tbe Republican of the 20tb Sena Â¬ They have tbem FANCY TirXOOT Mr Evan McCorda graduate of Wash It 11 give yea strength torial District composed of Madkoa m a tagien and Lea Usirertitjr Faaciest sbtb specI pre Processor Sreclc JtirJ and Rockcastle wilt bekJaeea- - The sew Steam Laundry Co bave f Law for tie past year aad at hk oU Madam SceU tolls Pact Present and iFkeiaa HMrdvare and -s by Iscpe k ts Future events May be eonsulied at acBts Xeks oodSt5 1 tst 3old 7dj3o 03 vestldnja Richmond Ky ea Wed- Â¬ determined to pat the price of work heme He soy nacr aader 14 years special nesday July 17th 1SS0 for the purpose daara so Jew that everybody eaa afford MeaUna wt leave ia a few days for any hear Itoems at 4 East Mala Ha ofC Pickess Saddlesewcrk stess Etc lUck nad whec be expects to engage ia street boys s d of nominating a candidate for State- to bave tbetr werk doae lbereas aawp- - J tbe prscUcc of 4 bk firefestiea He k a TUABzmtoxr 35 T Buksam Seneteff IT a eMewberc Speofeil gttoj gf rea talented TeBg gendeman and we expect Swackeiferd Gentry will sell yon Cbran Die Cow oaJa dfywabJBg to bear from him ia the fatarc Use best Machine Oil la town It ty Dnmi Rsrk istSjiio l77Sl I Ititaeir Â¬ fVT1 ANNOUNCEMENTS per ceat ef tbe average Stanford asm this there will be Journal rs f persons We are aateortzed to annoonce toe vMxc Feyt irr tewxl bdov fartbceCees Col EdHaoDSOfl made a sale for Bar toMeated ssefect to tae action ol laeDeato tc raOcpartyi bnl tholomew Jeaaty Short hern Associa- Â¬ an tion at CehiBibes Iadiaaa Thirty CB FOK OOTOTTT CLBK 81 nay ma Jierauaa Eac Oeaa in te i It te va 3 six bead were said aad tbey averaged I WHILL Best taare aader oae year au special bium about 78 J F OLOBAM mVtWG Wlaae Prcscnaaaa Drac we shall continae ta nfcr to tbe pahfie Stare Otb Patau Etc Kacbeead - te ta t J st s ta sad It is asserted that the number ef JOB JAILER Bj Beat Hane er aure cak eae year old by Vaaea saeeial yiniaieaa by T S Beraasi Ua berned cattle la Argentine Bepabhc JOBK F WAGEKS Stream KeTer Tires U GiTisf B Bear in Mind tat H aateistl5ta39d ij LACKET bas Increased freai 1009009 te 29009 JAMES Beat bane ar mare cak aader aaeyearaM ivera by Tare ipe ci il ptctwmi by ETa Bar SAMUEL BIGOBBSTAFF 609 in tea years We have ia tbe last iew nays nak naaay pnrsse roa la s aaa Rickawad tae le at if t THOMAS S FEBBELL Tbe Faksaak Caaaiag Caof Chica- Â¬ JOHN HILL aOABeTES X HCS price TEEPOBUCTHIXGETTHEBl XEFrr xjol AJBBOABBU5 go has parebased for SO9fi09 tbe phiat Best mare er giHiiig fear ye rt atdaada er rotbt itAUFiy GBOBUE W sarte --aeed aad Dressed Beer Co ef tbe Eatt St IWM se aa ky Fab City aad expect to staagnter daHy 1009 er arenii- FOB ASSESSOR- S3d saereealtte Beat a trt er 11 tfcree y turt aid aad aa-Â¬ A 3 WaLLOTJGHBT der faai il araai ky It albiial WJHAKVET Fkamps Tnirnt Ss asc Rickaaiaa Abrdee B ABgtts cattle are beiag Im- Â¬ CBTCDOB e 09 3rd parted to large uaatbers A censigaBeat zaare er a k asf twa years eel aad aader ss a JOELTEMBRY raa specs I presa sn ky Was X meat ef 93 bead was forwarded from COSWAT DOZIER ran c TTirkanei Ta a rsc fso a aad S5 as ard j aa A Draas be M SOfc Saiia ITfMfea Snteoa la Beat aure eae year eM aad aader Gtasrw to Qaebec a few days age BC EICK kwett C tn mii rid fii naaa ky W EscGaraaVy ax tie aae yaai waat ta toc Stock Beeerd Lite ls rae Ce Ts raaaj TiiJu FOKOOC3TT SOPHKEVTKSDEST i at te sat I5 so sad la erder to protect Z ew Heuth AVales 1 B KASRlS a ee If yaa want aay DamardicG I aaa tfce jaat want to ee Beat sa re aaereea e ye r aki apse alaaaa urv a MBS A T-- MILLION from tbe plague ef rabbits ia South aateyC T Fez Feed Sale aad La art If yea want aay Ct4toMn TiateTto aa ac in tbl eSt rde Fakniaad Tsaas 1st U aad 5 ee Aastrana a rabbit proof fence 359 mHes -- est miniiii asrarst M s waae w aat to Gcois Mne1 aaa long it to be bark by tbe geverauieat --iareer n vV Deenar If frVaFwpr Sate Asfeat nisi --f eka ae f Farmers Heme Journal M F aarMsaiea Ceaa Ckild I mf If yea want a sooi Sak of Oca bas nar a ry ia as sst se So aad Ij as 3rd OF THE aaV Ia Aadersea coaBty 42 Iambs sold at awetw atwitt SWEI STsKr SADtXX ZIUCS of I 1 rTa o ceaic 2iaaaereas ethers sold at 5 Tg 1 r Best rnlfcie aay age spue d wa- - I If yaa waat any SsWes Salpyift ar cents Cera fat cattle 14 lbs sebJ ceo naers t Tjo to 1st lea te aad sa jrd LaaZass Bat tm Its I 4 cents at one yea to sea as t ad ansaj Best asa rcr a a c aay ttr by team Oa sa E H M laela sat Isj taCkiaiak Jeba Slers wbe left Andersen counaad aad tsa ta as If yaa waat a Hat I caa Hat aaa ss ty in 14S and was a gold miner bt TO BE MELD n BfSXAJlS WOODS SZAX ID 3rd If yaa want a Carpet I aaa jaanr GeKaat SWErSTAXX HAXHE S --JJaS California and elsewhere for many SjaSSVILlX KAXHSOX CO KY OS Best a tre er vetaar a year has returned to his oM home e sastdaa te If yaa want any Flanna 0wc 3Ukm ar s Weaaaar af any k Iv Satarday July 26 27 raadmtr l nlil I n aea with a drove at bones from bis reach Friday loka G Tayior aad Jaka W Sale At s Jar Mc-fa aa Ksrai in Idaho Carrairk Hn uses Vstkasu 1 ta sat i FIRST DAY e teedS5 jrd tea aa sa -- Im BeM aure or celdtej tarre SueK pecsa JfiXXnCaK tTllllBg ta aad Â¬ an yean aid aad der faai ipiiml preaiaa by afcKee 5 Trayaer Traaaf StaMe RacksMd o m ta aad j te jrd ta l Best mare erjeldiatrwa yean eld aad Me der tkree tpecinl preBiajaby Jaha Rck Keaaa Fiae Ijaaan Can aead iio te xtt 5 la and BeM aure or geMng eae year eld aad seder Fecial pi intern ey J w imur n -- fa 1 Oar Great Upboaval Sale was a great soecd --K Onrobj- the public the benefit nf onr atiTawngn in ax- parr h i road befor sold more goods ia tbe last mc ata tnw we great We bave addod bow aa wMadi tooor tribntion was We will not stop aatil evefy --nan wan and chi ones w caxantar and to i goods in Richmond is enroUesi a n-j- nfii arflilM W Th- - - eont 1 zr ITO LET TJP HT THE BAKGAIK t J i i a- aw faos e-- -d t i 11 fejies-fseie-edf- sie Ini IF YOU WAN taweyai wat -- 1QTH EXHIBITION it w 11 11 re5V 3 Â¬ utoGlFairAssflciato f 1 11 ir 11 Â¬ Â¬ Wi-laaml-- r Â¬ Jj c- Â¬ Hi eaT WWW Bras J x Tkeeaiiasiina -- ka w icB sj e m by b 9c resary Prr -- sural p kl fa trnttzBtj 4 AM stack wkgcaatkeTa ah wfl be e Jer saatielof tkc Mink ake iaaiii Na lease t Jadg stock wal ke aas id eaxisaiiji eack t wel be iilecttd aa tke far aVeF-tr- -tl tr Far Prices I refer yoa ta say locale as a sample af wbat I will dw If Low Prions Good Goods are any indaeoment doaH tail to ea BARGAIN SALE wniob now b eia in th- - pp Clerk aafe tbe jF-L1- r ad - ndsfM3-iare---iy- W -- Â¬ - eater taut ssa- caiiitilJLdasie tke aaeaf steer prest a ee raoare as AB stock ssa tVe tatntd ia a ase af awaer etkerosve stiiiamnr wl le ferfeaied Afcer oae ef tkraak it sea a easca was ke sseck is far eamn eakiVit-i-owed t ef tkc rest riag alter iwarsac tke baE sa Pe ordjy ae otater persoa sk-a- tke jadges sf rke r d tSe Scrrt aad aiii 11 af tke aress eat be -- e4 a tke nas ware stock b eikiknta j ss No gsssMasg draa oaaess er ssa lorafity wl be --Bowed aad tke stnetest order wM e eaforc-ess Eatraace lee far e ck rase wal kc sea zr cea c ot a want at ai iiaain 15 Wkea tkere ts aa cmnl liliaa ealy a tf ef pre wm wsMkep id sa- - AM sbji riiain asjaasiLS luait ke preseated as wrst aX kr rt eeret ry far acaiea of Board of Dirtctair 7 u essf ast nc a Wkeaiadaii-re-- at H J STRENG u-- ask S lia B Street Rkxod an Ttra 1111 IUUH gg 1 IS REQUESTED Â¬ Â¬ rzaccs 1 XI C i m -- seCeatt ckyeiseaye rsebtaadarer iA siub betwcea 7 aad years abl -- 35 Ceats C ssdre aader 7 years eki aa ck rge caarge tar aai Ii Je Tickets far sale t J B Waeis asd Wa serc Cettoas stares ia Karkss k Noi- lras F at Lick Tickets wt bcstraaredaaeaey receiTed at tke a te Good acee rsodniea t cas be bad far stock aad sea aa er scar tbe sre ads Goad Bas --ccmamlium te eet ltr tat at Sarer Creek aad Fasat Lick Al carrespeade ce dtrected so J B WaKer KksTe ar J H Emery SsKer Creek Ky was oe prepay tleeae ta Walt Ir jfNrrT PresL 1 H or aiwimiov At Our Placfe -- TO EXAMIXE- - ra JuB a S THE FURNISHING DEPARTMH -- Wa Secj let H 1 Â¬ PUBLIC SALE WE P0S1T1YELT HATE THE d pi aa -r- - Â¬ ciT 1 Lot io r OF 3Lc LATEST STYLES AND NEW AT- - GOODS k tc nt 1 10 1889 t a Committee appointed try thp Board ofDIrectrrra of Uie Jtidiroond Natural Gas Ctrtnpany we aiii sell to tan high- Â¬ est bldtltr 0a Weit tesiay July Reasonable PriceSi OTJE ASSOETMENT OE 1 right-of-wa- y S-- a-a ketc-t-ad- e pre-s-a- Mills AdrJilion Â¬ Â¬ 1 saw Â¬ to the City of Iticbmond Said let fmnis on HaHir Irviae Street 105 Teet and runs back ISO feet There is upon the lot a well 1760 reel deep Bale at 18 oclock iu front of Court bouse door in thai city Hale positive and without reserve Terms made known on day nf sale V D CHENAULT J STONE WALKER D if BRIUHT 34 Committee SMT GOIlAEuGlFuilJllffE is Hie most complete eTer sfterei ia this city OUR NECKWEAR everytg embraces sew and 1 PUBLIC BE8TIM Â¬ brit -- mm We have just completed one of the handsomest and best arranged hotels In Kentucky which we will rent publicly to tbe higbrat bidder on SATURDAY We Make a Specialtj of Harmel Shirt To wear one is to be convinced that yd will wear no other T7e can please tlMi JULY 20U- - 1889 HO-S- X- Â¬ Â¬ The house contain 43 bed rooms large and handsome office parlors and re- Â¬ ception room In short it Ss firvt class throughout For further information addreea most critical 1 Â¬ pre-u- a-t - - can not oe exceiiea in sizesi mlors prices 35 We carry the Best Brands of Hats GALT -- - HOUSE in every shape style size and color ai KY L0U1SV1LLJ the man or boy whom we cant please w have to wear a bonnet ThoXargest and Finratnotel in J STpNl WALKEE Secfy Bicbmnnd Ky OUR laJNE OF SIBR j tie city an Rates25o to rock--sr- ay Â¬ i fsr-1-p- -o -T- ttd-tac-s- - Ift - Fat-u- ji J is perfect in every equipment we invitl inspection of goods and prices Mem Btys ait Odlirem will rfjirtw urttsywxattai at i weir price is wr e an HAmsOFDMIIIiIH MT - 109 IRVINE STREET FSffeSiriBrkywvi n z ctHfiele wttit aiil MwH Nest Door to PoU Officc Tl1llait f Jf4sTea--atttit4SLa CtSSitlaT ewait Eurniture Kepairing ninrt aat Mati eYscytMsf call awl see According to rooms Turkish and Russian Baths ia Hotel 32 31 4 Per Day QUE MERCHiHT I41LQBlMe DEPARTMEII m IIif C ASD - - TJPHaiiSTEBIIfGf Dane Proaaatijr AtaetoeK et h4 IvFIESTYLE CARPETS LAID1N lL C07ITGT0T s 61lwaO a MITCHELL itaia 9treet Rkhmomi S13 Wast W V South Fork station aVid telegraph ed to Johnstown hours before the t it mf i PRjaSGH flood reached Iho illfatedtown TIPTON Editor With so much care on the part of the engineer in charge and considering the efforts he made and JSSie Climax Printing Co the history ol the dam it looks to us as if the disaster were simply a tJWMG White Ciias S Powkia vast misfortune for which nobody JJRIOE rEK TEAR 150 is to blame say there You may had been if no dam there would have been WpEDNESDAY JULY 101889 no horor and so if there were no New Orleans the Mississippi could -- DEMOCRATIC TICKET never break through the levee at Carrollton and reproduce even August Election 1869 Johnstown Had there been no Indianola its inhabitants could TOR STATE TREASURER not have washed away in the gulf STEPHEN G SHARPE tide Â¬ Â¬ -- TOE CLIMAX P MR CHENAULT DECLINES Monthly crop iSfencrfo- - report RELIGIOUS MoFmdri corirerU arrived at New York Ffiday ffdm fingladd Sb ike feitocstdh 0 the 29tA mK of Fayette countj WR THE REASON WHY REPRESENTATIVE W B SMITH FOR OORONOR BDUDLEY MILLER pfcs lfe Premier Norquay died sud- been Oajiiy in Winnipeg on Friday has houses He continues to draw full to hear his sermons 3or twenty years he was Premier of Manitoba He was prominent in the sapprossion of the Kiel Re baltien FISTS The Rev Geo O Barnes an- nounces that hereafter he will not deliver pay lectures The reason for this change is that his audiences have been small wherever he Â¬ Jslirt Sullivan whipped Jake IKTirain in seventy five rounds at Itichburg Jfiss Mpnday The Oourier JouniRl tells the story in volovon columns Several thousand people saw the flight but ipaid 10 apiece to see it The Governors proclamation to the contrary the fight took place Â¬ SHARPES MUTTON The Republicans in State con vention assembled at Lexington last Thursday nominated Hon David A Jolson of Bell county fer State Treasurer lie repre- sealed his county in the Legislature and aspires to a higher perch on which to roost But Judge Stephen 6 Sitarpe will see to it timt the gentleman from yaller Greek doesnt roost on that upper limb Â¬ Â¬ PfltfCTeR KXOTT DEFEATS SPOKANE c 6 a at IK T n V A -- Knott won the Sheridan stakes at Chicago Thursday de feating Spokane mile and a quartMany Kentuckians er in 212 regained their losses on the Ken tucky Derby and the American Derby and now say that Procter Knoll is the greatest hoss on earth in a mile and a quarter race The lractional time was quarter mile 25 half mile 51 three qtiarters 11 7 mile 145 You may get a kentiicky horse down but you cant keep him down Â¬ Prod Â¬ Â¬ aPEXClL PfcSUERJX WASHINiUOXt oration of tlte June series wo have reoeivod is that of Mr George Ba berformerly editor of the Louisville Evening News delivered at the oomHieuceinent of Norwood Ins tittite Washington Referring to Washington lie says Here the turbulence of the exchange the She IlllMI nf nidjhinnrit ilia wvoynffliA X furnace the thunder of foundries Te 1ftanl the throng of money seekers 1 wueliiitg with impassioned u ffchrough dingy streets are violence replac z ed 03 the abundant library the iHy trail an vf art flin fcXacrt rf 1ot itia the department of inventions the wae academy of science the National riefl Museum by great avenues urn- undc lkrflCTAflltC nolofiol lirfcmrtp wvaAiirtiibers of legislation monu Ve ments in commemoration of states- JI A men and ol events stntiips fn hp x roes martial music waving ban ners nodding plumes and withal a population distinguished alike for gentle courtesies and for joyt ous peace nflf-L-C - Tle most elaborate and ornate As the lectures cost 25 cents in hard cash and the sermons are as free as the waters in Oonemaugh Valley the inference naturally arises that the almighty 25 cents is the lion in the way But that is not the true reason Mr Barnes preaches mainly upon one subject God is love and nothing else which nearly every Â¬ body likes to hear and to which certainly nobody seriously objects But his lectures are of an entirely different nature and are objectionable to all denominations except the Episcopalians and even many ot tnem are louna among the objectors Mr Barnes endeavors to demonstrate that Queen Victoria is the prime representa tive of the lost tribes of Israel and being the head of the church of England which is but the Episcopal church is the head of the only true church in existence That is the secret of Mr Barnes1 failure in getting crowds to hear his lecture The people do not wish to believe that Queen Victoria is any more than any other Queen or any other woman ex- Â¬ cept that she is Queen of Great Britain and Ireland and Empress of India It has hot been long since Mr Barnes announced that the Lord had appeared to him in the city of London and told him that the church of England is the true church He does not make use of that wonderful phenomenon to illustrate his lectures It would prove the straw to break the camels back His lectures will eventually prove to be of like straw character It is remarkable that so fine a Judge of human nature as is Mr Barnes and who has always studiously avoided denominational ideas should finally adopt he rankest form of denominational doctrine Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I feel profoundly jrratefut to tlie Democracy or this distrfct for tUo Un- Â¬ expected unsought far aud unanimous noniinnllua tendered me at the con- Â¬ vention at Mt Vernon on July 8th Aud especially do I feel complimented by the action of the Deinodrats of Rockcastle and Etlli counties after the Maillsoh delegation told tbera plainly and repeatdely that she would not present a candidate but cheerfully eupport any mau of tbelr eolce to agree among themselves and demand my candidacy I hope ever to Cherish a tender regard for these good people aud hold myself in readiness to do for them as they are willing to do for me Could I have consulted my own incli- Â¬ nation I should have at ouCe accepted and feel confident that with such assistance as I would receive from the true and good Democrats of the district that 1 would be triumphantly elected But two years ago ruen I was elected to represent my own County I felt that I had received all the honors that I had a right to demand of my people And feeling so grateful to my friends who stood y me so nobly and to my good wife who expressed a willuigues3 to sacrifice our all for tny election promised then that I would never be a candidttte again without their con- Â¬ sent This my good wife and other friends refuse therefore I must decline the nomination But I hope there will be no trouble to secure some good Democrat to make the race i and he can count ou ray undivided sbpport Agaiu thanking you fellow Demo- Â¬ crats for the high testimonial of your confidence and regard I am Very Respectfully Â¬ rial District of KcnlKcy Office of Commissioner of AHD AUIUCULTUItE HOftTIOOLTtinK due hundred - StfATtsUtlS Union services Will be held at the 2nd Iam making the beat effort in my Presbyterian church Sunday evening power wilh the resources at my com Â¬ Rev J A Hendersoti will fill his pulpit mand to try and get the facta as Unday mdriling at it to bur cruris their totals Iti pounds and id this piacc oclock and at Hisles school house at 4 bushels and condition from time to time It is difficult to do but this P M as all other reports is based upon act- Â¬ The cdrigregatidn ol the First Presby ual reports from Intelligent correspond- Â¬ terian church Lexington has increased ents who are farmers The following W F V Bartietts salary to 3500 and made an earnest appeal to their pastor to is submitted to dale remain with them and decline the call TOBACCO In 1883 1194 farmers had 14435 from Augusta Ga Â¬ FRANiiFOKT Ky July 1 1880 m n Hot walking lUWion rtot or Beldiaff jpecia premium Try Stockton ft Broofcj Drnt to nt Jj Paints Oil Etc Richmond to ind --- S 00 SWEEPSTAKES ROADSTERS IT GOES IN DEEP ra Sot is Dett xallion ny ge special premiom by Bodiasnns LeaTTohacco Warthouie 57 W Froat Strict Cincinnati Ohio Jjo to 5 to ind 10 to 3rd it 7S Co SPEED KING ars i Fastest tallion marc or getdinjr one year old or anTcn ix iu and unoer two to oe pecial premium by Madi- araurra the ring -- J50 to t Jij to znd son Fair AMOciatioa 47SOO 10 to 3rd ia THE RESULT IS GOOD SECOND DAY VP icksck replfce Â¬ RAILROADS IN ESTILL 1 Â¬ Â¬ THE MT VERNON CONVENTION f Tlie delegates to the Democratic Sonatorial convention assembled at ML Vernon on last Friday to nominate a candidate Hon Henry Wiseman of Estill county and Col Ballard of Rock CMtle county were put in nomi nation Madison nominated no oandidate but voted for the other two half her vote going to each The vote stood 20 to 20 Finally the delegates from Estill and Rookoaatle withdrew from the convention and went into caucus Upon their return they withdrew both their candidates aud nomi nated Hon A T Chenault of Madteou He was unanimouslv sliosen Mr Chonault was nres- ent and said he would have to ansult his friends and esneciallv kis wife as he had promised not 10 TTie asrain be a- oanrliilntA 01 uecnnauon appears else laru in this issue where The party is yet without a can- lue Republicans have no Jate Does nobodv want to later from this district TJ Â¬ 1 WE RESPONSIBILITY jners jury in the Johns restigation returned a ver- the responsibility upon ers of the South Fork entmc American is of ter careful investigation is no responsibility npon It says that the dam iStructed upon the mostap- pian Jiau withstood the 01 many years ana was as ine aay 01 ino disaster as y of its building The dam mproved eight years ago and ulway was made too small the deluge that poured down 3l8t of May notwithstanding t had been sufficient for all others during the eight years and might I mrnun if nnnn i m o xt aiiniu ill cvioiouv uu Isufllcieut for the next century or ossibly forever JLhe Bpillway oc being sufficient to carry off the urplus water it poured over the iam and washed it down from le top The engineer in charge w the water rapidly climbing to l top ct the dam andsettwenty work cutting an additional spy at the other end of the i the flood was too great tkeoutlets wore insufficient then rode rapidly lo 8 It hm C V R R came to Estill county with a proposition that If we should vote a subscription of 50000 to the capital stock they would build a road from Winchester by way of Ir- Â¬ vine to Beattyville or Troctor in the time ot six months which we voted But lor some cause the road was not built therefore said subscription Is null aud void Some fifteen or twenty months ago B submitted a proposi Â¬ the R N I tion that If we would vote 100000 to their capital lock they ufd build their roau us aioresaiil in three years and saiil amount was voted lhy com- Â¬ menced surveying their route over the same route the L C V had located from Irvine to Beatty vilK The L C V had kept a small force at work so as to hold their clmrter Now as there Is room for but one road up the Ken- Â¬ tucky river and as there is another vote tobe taken in this county on the 20th of this month to renew the 50 000 subscription to the L C VRR I wish to say this that the feelings of the citizens of Estill county are that they will not vote for this renewal subscription of 550000 from the fact inai iney are not wining to pay more than the sum already voted for SI 00 000 and virtually have but one road For both roads might run up to Ir-Â¬ vine only and there the L C V up the river to cede Its right-of-wa- y Beattyville to the R N I BRR aud thus as I said before virtually have but one mad In the county But if both roads will sgree to run to Beattyville or Proctor the one up the Kentucky river and the other up Station Camp Creek Indewuilent roads we will vote to divide the S100 000 already voted between them which is better for both from the fact that the road up Station Camp can get coal and timber to freight within 20 miles of Richmond and thence on to Proctor The one road would be un- Â¬ able to ship tlie timber and coal all out of the surrounding country ou this route ia 75 years The road up he river would be unmolested aud unen- Â¬ cumbered In its way and get all the freight between Irvine and Beattyville and from thence onward could make a divide of the freight Now my argument Is this There is only room for one road up the river and the freight would then at its best be light until It reached Beattyville or Proctor while If both run up the river it must necessarily be divided But if one road goes the Station Camp route then they need not compete until they years The L Station Camp Ky July 4th 1SS9 Editor Ciimax I would like to say a few words in regard lo railroads In this county as we have had a great deal of talk and voting on the same for the lost few nA arrive at Proctor The Station Camp route Is by odds the most paying route A road cau be built this way for the same money and is at 18 miles from Richmond in a country that is underlaid with 30 to 42 inch coal at the out cropping and yet in its virgin forest Now I am not writing this for per-Â¬ sonal Interest alone but for the interest and future welfare of Estill couu ty John Wilson Â¬ A CALL- - The Jlepublicans of the 20th Sena- Â¬ torial Distriot composed of Madisnu JSstlll and Bockcaslie will hold a con tention In Richmond UBtor Ky on Wed nesday July 17fU 16S9 for the purpose of Dominating a candidate for State ET phmu pis Buknam Com Un acres in tobacco Iu 1889 the qarae ElderA P Cobb of Decatur III a number of farmers have 8696 acres noted evangelist has consented to assist This is an average to each farmer in Rev J Bell Gibson in a protracted meet 188S of 12 aud one tenth acres nnd ing at the Christian church in October iu 1SS9 7 and tbree quarter acres This Stanford Journal r hif Rnua for the creit mo-Elder Cobb preached in Richmond is about G2J per cent of the crop of eess of Hoods Sarsaparilla Is found fn the 18SS aud basing the amount in pounds two years ago article ltselL It Is merit that wins and the fact that Hoods Sarsaparilla actually ac Â¬ on the assessors returns for the 88 complishes what is claimed lor ft Is what Gentry always give Shackelford crop would make the 89 ciop 176457 has chren to UiU medicine a popularity and you the worth of your money It 138 pounds against 2S233142l pounds sale createrthan that of anyoUier sarsapa- in 1838 Since these reports were re- CONQERNINQ neratMettopubhc FARMERS ceived It is not Unfair to assume that Sarsaparilla cures Scrofula Salt Hoods 8 per cent additional has been set If Miller Bros have received to date fiheum and all Humors Dyspepsiaj IjIcK overcomes That be true the Jotal for 1889 allowing 700 Iambs or which they paid from 5 this Headache Biliousness Tired Feellne creates an AppeUte strength Â¬ the same pounds per acre the total to 5 cents Sales of several lots o ens the Nerves builds up the Whole System pounds would be 181179991 pounds cattle were made at 3 25 to 300 Hoods Harraparilla is sold by all drug or 93121427 pounds short of the 88 Gwen News lsts 1 six for 5 Prepared by C I Hoe tCoApoUiccarIes Lowell Mass crop Assuming the 5 per cent in- Â¬ Those who know tell us that wheat crease for lute planting the total Slate 29 29 average would be 67 per cent of the is being harvested in very fair condi 80 88 crop The central and easteru tion aud that there will be About per cent of the nverage Stanford counties by actual figures have 8 to 10 We nro imthorizetl to announce the perxon per cent more acreage than the coun- Â¬ Journal wlioso nnmei are fonml below for the offices Col Edmonson made a sale for Bar- Â¬ Indicated subject to the action ot Uie Damo ties west of the Louisville Nash Villi Itatlf dad The Crop is yery grassy tholomew County Shorthorn Associa- Â¬ CraUC party I in Iowj rich soils aud a good deal tion nt Columbus Indiana Thirty FOH COUNTY CLEItK of damage has been done by over- Â¬ six head were sold aud they averaged LW1IILL flow The season for setting has been about 70 J P OLDHAM Up to all that could be desired It is asserted that the number of JFOB JAILEB A T Chenault May 12ih a protracted drought existed horned cattle iu Argentine Republic JOHN F WAGERS Many plant beds at that time bad has increased from 15000000 to 20000 JAMES C LACKEY RESOLUTIONS COMPLIMENTARY not sprouted and a good deal of the 000 iu ten years SAMUEL BIUGERSTAFF planting was retarded for want of THOMAS S FEBItELL Â¬ At a meeting of the representatives plants and will be late But it should The Fairbank Canning Co of ChicaJOHN HILL of the Internal Revenue force of the be well understood that hindrances of go has purchased for 500000 the plant A J BBOADDUS GEOUUE W MAUPIN Eighth Kentucky District the follow some kind are complained of every of the Eatt St Louis Dressed Beef Co ing resolutions were adopted expect to slaughter dally 1000 or and FOH ASSESSOR year Vhekeab Hon T S Bronstona more cattle A J WILLOUGHDY Wheat term as Collector of the Eight District WJHAIIVEY According to the assessors books Aberdeen Augus cattle are being Im Â¬ of Kentucky has this day expired the total acreage in 18S8 was 807207 ported Iu large numbers A consign Â¬ CRTCDOR JOELTEJIBRY therefore be it resolved t the total product 10247249 bushels ment of 93 head was forwarded from CONWAY DOZIER 1st That he be tendered the congrat Â¬ D C RICE This would be an average of 1277 Glasgow to Quebec a fer days ago ulations of his ofUce force and ot his bushels to the acre omitting fractions LiVe Stock Record FOP COUNTS SUPERINTENDENT subordinates in office in the Eighth Col- Â¬ Accordiug to returns of 867 correspond- Â¬ lectors District for the efficient manner In order to prdteCt New South Wales J U HARRIS OSj per dent ents the adrenge of 1S9 is MRS A T MILLION rabbits hi South in which he has conducted tlie Intri- Â¬ of the acreage of 1SSS which would from the plngue of 350 miles cate a flairs of this District never for- Â¬ fence with a similar yield to that of 1883 Australia a rabbit proof getting for a moment the duties of his is by the government make the total bushels as the product long to be built office and the great responsibility he Farmers Home Journal of this year 10075761 The yield per -- OF TH-Elias assumed towards the United States In Anderson county 42 Iambs sold at acre for this year can not be determin- Â¬ Government ed as yet but from the highest sources 5 cents Numerous others sold at 5 2nd That iu him the distillers of of information- will be fully ten per cents Corn fat cattle 1443 lbs sold this District had always au unprejucent short which would make the at 4 ceuts diced and legal hearing for auy griev- Â¬ John Slers who left Anderson coun- Â¬ ance real or imaginary which they total product hi bushels 0222524 There has been too much rain for this ty In 1848 aud was a gold miner in claimed to have against the United NEAR BfRNAMs berry Is pulpy and when California and elsewhere for many TO BE HELD IS MADISON COWOODS OX KY KIRKSVILLE States Government their papers and crop The the excessive moisture orsape recedes years has returned to his olQ home cases always receiving epecial attention Saturday July 26 27 it will shrivel besides this the smut with a drove of horses from his ranch Friday before rendering judgment ou same abd rust have effected the crop lu In Idaho 3rd That we tender him our sincere FIRST DAY thauks for the kindness he has mani- Â¬ niuuy sections Tile grain louse or green parasite has proven virtually DIED holtte itde fcltteye special rfemiUm try hW fested and the interest he has taken iu V M Bright ftot Sheet llatf Cap our welfare as subordinate officers dur- Â¬ harmless Yet there will be many Richmond Ky Taltou Newby Jr died iu Madiron Beitcbaked ham special premium by W D 4 5 00 crops on well adapted soils with full ing his term of office vfiSibe ford Fine Liquors Cigars Etc plump berry aud will make a fine county Ky ou Wnesday Julj Richmead Ky 4th That Hon A R Burnam the 5 00 1SSS after a long illueand was buried Best plate of beaten or rotted biscuits special incoming Collector f the Eight Dis- Â¬ yield Bro premium by Cotintxton Arnold The most of the wheat has becu cut at Bethel church Wholesale and Retail Orccers Seeds Etc trict of Kentucky has our best wished Richmond Ky 5 00 and iu the shock but could not be 4m David Powers died in Richmond Best loaf salt risine light bread made of Win for his success as Collector of said DisHour lor sale or J u uyncst by reason of too Ky on Sunday July 7th 1SS9 aged chester trict and we think him eminently fit- Â¬ stacked or threshed Sole agent for Richmond Ky -s much rain and sap in the stalk or more 64 years His disease wasdlabetis De- Â¬ Best two premium bottles home made win- eted for the posttiou Hagan Fur- Â¬ special by Collins COItN ceased rtas sea to 11 at the cemetery and niture and Fine Carpets Handsome gold 5th That a 5bpy of these resolutions medal Smyrna rug worth The total bushels of corn grown in had heid the position for eight or ten Best three pounds butter special premium 10 00 be seut to The Climax aud Kentucky by D P Afmer Richmond Ky jllrer who Register fur publication ami that a 1SSS according to the assessors returns years A prominent citizen afe woflh 5 00 copy of same be sent to the Hon T S was 51505548 No acreage h given in knew him well said nu yesterday Best gallon ice cream jpeelal premium by S Co Restaurant artd CoRfMiieflc Dinelli these returns nnd the crop belrrg yet David Powers was as clever a mau as Bronstou and Hon A Rollins Uur ry Richmond Ky i j eo miniatured It is Impossible to estimate there is iu Kentucky Best gallon sherbet special premium by Walnam lace Rice Boots Shoes Hats Caps and 014 ouly by comparative acreage Furnishing Goods Richmond Ky J A Williamson 1 John W Rourne died at Ills home ii Best Mack cake special premium by H J 5 00 J farmers in 1883 plauted 34253 acres B J Nbwlon StrengWholesaIe and Retail Dealer in Dry Ky on Sunday night Richmond Notions Clothing Boots and Shoes Committee J M Cook the same farmers in 18S9 planted 36175 ichm vd Ky 20 CO B U IOTTS acres This crop was well cultivated July 7th 1889 after an illness of three nd special premium By W B White ClothJ W COLYEK ing Hats Caps and Gents FiirnelhiRg ju its early stage and Is very stalky weeks aged 82 years At his iequest Goods Richmond Ky 5 69 Wallek Bennett Distiller and vigorous and if seasons are favor- Â¬ the funeral services were conducted at Best white cake made of J E M Flour his home by Rev Dr Henderxon lor sale Dy r arris K liurton auycr creel The able promises a fine yield THIN COLUMN funeral took place at 430 oclock yes- Â¬ Best yellow sponge cake special premium by SCO OATS D Chenault Co Staple and Fancy Gro Eight hundred and fifty four farm- Â¬ terday followed by interment with ceriesNew House New and Fresh Goods The Danville Advocate of Friday Only Richmond Ky Masonic doners In Richmond ceme- Â¬ M Sco March 29th came lumbering into THE ers bad iu 1883 11035 acres and the angels food two pounds to be made of Deceased to this Ben removed White Rose Flour for sale by A Hij same farmers In 18S9 have 13841 tery Climax office Saturday as if it was in a gins sole Jessamine county unk wiiHG ragent for Richmond ikyOlr n uuc yco l trt acres During the early epring the couuty from UQ IKUil hurry to 1 muc 41 sale ago years During Rose Four for uttiby J A Higgins Rich- Â¬ crops were In many cases thought about oat mond Ky -5 co The churches were among the most premium to be worthless but rains have greatly the war he was Judge of the Best chocolate cake specialCigars Etc by W C French Fine Liquors Rich patriotic on the 4U1 they were closed the improved them and they are now Madison county Court He was n pil- Â¬ entire day same as the banks and post Arrascne considered as being sure of a fine yield lar or the Methodist church He Best specimen silk by Logan embroidery special premium Brewer office leaves a wife but no children Wholesale and Retail Deolers in Dry Goods RYE Clothing Boots Shoe Hats Caps Etc Wanted Two candidates for the State Is much improved aud promises a fair Lancaster Ky u 5 00 100 100 REWARD Best specimen of silk Kensington embroidery Senate one on the Democratic and one yield Garden products are in good special premium by Logan Brewer Sta Â¬ ple and Fancy Dress Goods Laces Cur Â¬ on the Republican ticket Apply at this condition Fruit Ij generally very Cloths Napkins Parasols c co The readers of The Clijiax will be tains Table Ky office promising Lancaster lo learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ Best specimen cnuy wark - special premium 5 Following is the State average By C W Sweeny Dry Goads Notions Tlie Republicans hare taken the clap- Â¬ ed disease that science has been able Carpets Wall Paper Etc Ky per out ot their Bell to hang it in the amount of live stock aud average size to cure in all its stages and that is Best specimen embroidery onLancaster special 5 00 flannel premium by 11 W Turner Staple and Fan Â¬ State Treasury but it will hang up before of crops and present condition of both Catarrh Halls Catarrh cure is the cy Dress Goods Lawns Sattines Henrietit gits thar tas Laces Etc Richmond Ky The Democrats have a AVERAGE AMOUNT OF LIVESTOCK AND only positive cure uow known to the J co Best specimen hemstitching special premi AVERAGE SIZE OF CROPS purty Sharp candidate themselves um by Mrs J F Stone Green Front raedicul fraternity Catarrh being a Horses 97 mules 93 cattle 94 Millinery Latest Novelties in Bonnets coustilutioual disease requires a con- Â¬ Hats Ribbons Feathers Etc Richmond- - 5 00 Winchester aspires to be a city No sheep 7U poultry 100 bees 100 Bent machine made calico dress special pre Â¬ town ever increased to the proportions of Clothing Boots O com 105 wheat 97 rye 95 barley stitutional treatment Halls Catarrh mium by W CapsSweenyGenu Furnishing and Shoes Hats a city without water works Winchester S3 oats 110 sorghum 100 hemp Cure is taken internally acting directly Goods Lancaster Ky- 5 00 upon the blood and mucus surfaces of Best specimen drawn work special premium Democrat 84 clover 97 grass 100 tobacco Hamilton Feed Sale and Live by West The election on last Saturday went 62 potatoes 110 the system thereby destroying the jy Stable Lancaster Ky- 500 apples 100 peaches jTfemium dleeaseand giving the patient strength Best specimen oil painting specialHardware 103 against the water works proposition 100 Co by J M Higginbotham pears 100 grapes 100 berries by building up the constitution and Farming Implements Saddlery and Har and now Winchester can not increase to 100 garden products 100 dairy pro- Â¬ ness Lancaster Ky assisting uature In doing its work Best specimen crayon work special premium 5 co the proportions of a city We thought ducts 100 Bro Hardware Robinson all the time that Winchester was a city The proprietors have so much faith In by W Rimplements Harness and Saddle Farming TRKSENT CONDITION Its curative powers that they offer ry Lancaster Ky a ripper and a roarer and if it were not 5 co Horses 100 mules 100 cattle 100 special pre One Hundred Dollars for any case it Best 54 gallonRhome made nickels Drugs Oils that it soon would be but the Democrat mium by E McRoberts hogs 100 sheep 100 poultry 100 faints etc 5 co fails to cure Send for list of testimo Â¬ Best display Lancaster Ky seems to think otherwise of cut Sowers special premium bees 95 corn 100 wheat 87 rye 87 nials Address by M B Irbuckle Co Boots Shoes A stranger was endeavoring to sleep barley 91 oats 100 sorghum 100 Hats Caps and Gents Furnishing Goods F J CHENEY Richmond Ky the evening away at the Garnett House hemp 75 clover 80 grass 95 tobacToledo Ohio Handsomest bouquet special premium by L 5 00 C Hopper Staple and Fancy Groceries Half a dozen boys collected under his co 100 potatoes 110 apples 85 37 TSoId by Druggists 75c Lancaster Ky s window and were making more noise peaches 100 penrs 100 grapes 100 ROADSTERS Good goods are cheaper than trash than the stranger liked He poured a berrries 100 garden products 100 Best stallion four years old and over special pitcher of water down on the boys one dairy products 100 It Shackelford Gentbv premium by R L Turnpike 33 to 1st of them a bootblack etching the bulk Very respectfully 10 to 2nd 3 to KIrftsvIIIe It Best stallion three years old and under four fy co of it The bootblack glanced up and Ciias Y Wilson special premium by Covington Mitchell When you want a churn buy the Merchant Tailors Clothiers Gents Fur seeing the man at the window called out Commissioner of Agriculture nishing Goods Hats Caps c Richmond Celebrated Oval Churn from ShackelShine Mister The stranger grinned Ky 15 to 1st Sto to end s to 3rd 43 00 old and ford Gentry F0XT0WN tossed the boy a nickel said hed get a It Best stallion two years Burnam under three special premium by Hume Fire and Accident Insurance Agents at Farmers shine next day and went back to bed- Kirksvllle Fair National Bank Richmond Ky 20 to 1st It Miss Mary Lou Atkinson of Bath Sioto and News comes from Lancaster that a big county is visiting at Mr Clifton Burgins 3000 Best stallion one pear old and under two Buy your Fruit Jara Tin Caus aud -- special premium by Walker Doty Feed snake met Joe Eason in the road near The wheat has been harvested and now Preserving Kettles from Shackelford Sale and Livery Stable Lancaster Ky Uiat town and charmed him so that he Seo to tst 5 to and 23 00 special attention is being paid to the weed Gentry Best stallion under 1 year old special premiit was speechless and powerless save to um by J B Carter Saw Mill and Lumber crop in the corn fields stand still and wiggle his body every time Merchant faint Uc ivy 10 to 1st Sj to to 2nd Dr Morris Evans spent several days estMammoth Cave Kentuckys great- Â¬ Best brood mare with horse or S 00 the snake wiggled its tail He would have mare colt un pride but Kentucky also boasts of der one year old special premium by died had not a young man named Arnold last week with friends and preached to a her wonderful Gauters Magic Chicken Kirksville and Kentucky river Turnpike come along and shot at the snake The large and attentiveaudience on Sunday at Cholera Cure Sold by Sio to 1st S to is co Stockton snake belongs to Pat Cunningham of Providence SADDLE HORSES Brooks it Richmond and Pat has offered 39 re- Â¬ Those from this section who heard Dan- Â¬ Best stallion four years old and over special A full line of Preserving Kettles at premium by J W Wilmore J Me Cotton ward for it The snake was in a strong iel Daughertys speech at the Chautauqua DV J Simmons Sons Walker Bro Mer Gentry wooden box and couldnt have escaped last week pronounce it a matchless piece Shacaelford chants of Kirksville J25 to nt io to and Ss to 3rd- tja co but Charley Jacobs big sewing machine of oratory old and Mr J E Dykes has an abundance Best stallion three years Greenleafunder four special premium by Crooke in the next room shook the house so vio- Â¬ is a new residence in process of of Ice for sale aud will deliver There Insurance Agents representing six of the it every lently that the box turned over and broke construction not many miles from here morning in any part Best Insurance Companies of the world- - at 4- of the city First National Bank Richmond 20 to nt open and the snake escaped through the and considerable speculation has been giv Â¬ -- wm J 10 to and 5 to 3rd 33 00 Best staHion two years old and under three back window of the third story Pat will en as to whether it is to be the retreat of a Patent Fly Brushes at Shackelford special premium by J F Saddler Cos sue Jacobs for damages and expects to young bachelor or to be presided over by Gentrys Live Stock Commission Merchants Cincin Â¬ it nati Obio 15 to 1st St to and 20 00 get enough out of the judgment to pay one of the fair sex Best stallion one year old and under two Get your clothes ready for the laun Â¬ special premium by C E Smith Drugs the reward The new fair is looked forward to with dry Paints Oils Etc Richmond Sis to 1st tf Uncle Beu Thompson of our place considerable interest and all arc unani- Â¬ Best stallion under one year old special pre Fly Traps at Shackelford Gentrys mium by Bales and Biggerstan Richmond Is 84 years old He pays he plauted mous in the belief that it will eclipse all Sto to tst ff to and 13 co corn this year In tlie same field in previous efforts Success to the enterprise Get yourselves ready for the Kirks ROCKAWAY RING which he planted Jt 75 years ago and and congratulations to the faithful adher- Â¬ ville FnJr it Best mare or gelding to be sbown to rocka that while planting this corn he drauk ents to a good cause way special premiam by Shackelford Gentry Hardware and Agricultural Imple Â¬ a toddy out of a glass from which ho A splendid line of Brooms at Shack Â¬ Thnomination of Hon W B Smith ments Richmond Sao to 1st i to and 23 00 drank 55 years ago Lebanon Enter for Representative meets the hearty ap- - elford cVGentrys It MODEL RING prise v proval of all good Democrats in this local Kirksvllle Fair July 26lh and 27th Best and fanciest model stallion mare or geld ing any age speciar preminm by John G Are you weak and weary overwork- Â¬ ity and Foxtown is prepared to down any Retail Grocer victim the Republicans may choose to If you want the Best Churn in the Taylor Wholesale and Salt a Specialty ed aud tjred Hoods Sarsaparilla ia Fifos Implements and end Richmond ao to istJs to World call on Shackelford place upon the sacrificial altar Gentry Ii co just the medicine to purify the blood FANCY TURNOUT Mr McCord a graduate of Wash Â¬ They have them Jt give you strength it ington EvanLee University Fanciest turnout special premium by Breclc and and Professor Madam Seott tells Past Present and The new Steam Laundry Co have of Law for the past year is at his old rleE Hardware and Farming Imple menu Ricbmnd to to determined to put the price of work home He will leave in a few days for Future events May be consulted at Best boy rider under is14 tst Js old and -- Sao 00 special years premium by G W PickaJs Saddles Har Â¬ any hour Rooms at 422 down so low that everybody can afford Montana where he expects to engage Mala ness fate Richmond a boy saddleworth 10 00 in street 4 to have their work done there as cheap J the practice of his profession He fs a PHAETON PONY ly as elsewhere Special rates given larcniec young gentleman and wc expect Shackelford Gentry willBel yeu Best phaeton pony spedal premium ly Pat on family wishing Grady Jr Fine Lwuorj Cirsrs and tf to hear from him in the future the best Machine Oil In towa It cy Drinks Ricbmosd Sjo to tst 3 to aadlljseo Â¬ ita MULES mdmx Best horse mule two years old and oref special premium by R P Fox Sons Deal Â¬ ers in Mulesand Fancy Horses Rlchraondjio 00 Best horse mule one year old and under two Duncan special premium by Fife to 00 Butchers Main Street RicnMond Best horse mule under one year oM special Feed Son Livery premium by C Hunley 10 co and Sale Stable Richmond Best mare mule two years old and over special preminm by I M Bruce Feed 10 to 1st Sale and Livery Stable Stanford IS n JS to and Best mare mule one year old and under two special premium by J P Sandifer General Life and Fire Insurance Agent Lancaster 10 00 10 co Best mare mule under one year old Best pair broke mules special premium by HilL Livery Feed and Sale Sta- Â¬ Walker ao to 1st 5 to and aj co ble Atlanta Ga SWEEPSTAKES THE PUBLIC IS BENEFITTED AS ITS SEEYANT H erCre nnJ mte l fcrf zatse JiStrengfs Aim Is Accomplished itT1 I 1 Â¬ Merit Wins Best horse mule any age special premium by Wines Tudor Druzs Oils Paints Etc Main Street Richmond ioto isr to id 5 co Best mare mule any age special premiam by Goods Groceries Norris Br- o- Dry Boots Shoes Hats Caps and Saddlery 30 00 Paint Lick 4J to is fj lomd SADDLE HORSES ANNOUNCEMENTS Best mare or gelding four years old and over special premium by B HNeale Training Stable Richmond js to 1st 1 10 te and 450 5 to jrd Best mare or gelding three years old and un- Â¬ der four special premium by McKce Traynor Training Stable Richmond Sj 40 3 to 1st to to and Best mare or gelding two years old and un- Â¬ der three special premium by John Mc Kenna Fine Liquors Cigars Etc Rich so to 1st 15 to and mend 25 Best mare or gelding one year old and under two special premium by J W Fisher CCj Commission Merchants in Hay Grain to and 20 Etc Cincinnati Ohio Sis to 1st Best mare under one year old special premi- Â¬ um by W G White Prescription Drug Store Oils Paints Etc Richmond f 10 to 1st Is to and - is Best Horse or mare colt one yearotd by Vasoo special premium by T S Burnam Co so to 1st Is to ana as Best horse or mare colt under one year old by Varoo special premium by E Tutt Bur Â¬ nam Richmond f 20 to 1st f s to 2B- das ROADSTER RINGS co Our Great Upheaval Sale was a great success Oar object was t the public the benefit of our advantages in oar purchases WV jfc- sold more goods in the last month than we ever did before IV tribution was great We have added new friends to our numerou- xownt fa We will not stop until every man woman and child thaf ones goods in Richmond is enrolled as our customer and to acconip tfev this there will be rI - cf co NO LET TJP Bear in Mind tnat H price m ePeyl THE BAHGAIH oMbM todfc 00 co 00 00 we shall continue to offer to the public J Boj Streng Never Tires of Giving Bargaii event ia We have in the last iew days made many new purchases at rmr ot TBE PUBLIC WILL GET THE BENEFIT joi IOTH EXHIBITION Best mare or gelding four years old and over style speed and durability considered special premium by FaHs City Tobacco Warehouse of Louisville s to 1st Ik to 2nd s to 3rd I50 Best mare or gelding three years oM and un Â¬ der four special premium by Deatherage PhilKps Training StaMc Richmond to to 2nd Is to 3rd aS to 1st 40 Best mare or gelding two years old and under threc special premium by Wm M IrviHe so to 1st 10 to and J5 to 3rd 33 Richmond Best mare or gelding one year old and under twe special premium by W C Gormley Harness Co Saddles Etc Trotting Horse Goods a Specialty Richmond io to tst Is to 2nd 3S Best mare under one year old special premi Â¬ um by C T Fox Feed Sale and Livery E Stable Richmond io to j to 2nd i Best combined harness and saddle staHion Mare or eelding any age special premium by Wm Deering Harvesting Machine Co P M Pope Sole Agent fer Madisaa Coun- Â¬ ty J35 to lit to to 2nd s to 3rd 50 roh co 00 00 A Dress be it Silk Satin Woolen Sateen Gingham or Calico IF YOU WANI-in ine IM c 00 00 it co SWEEPSTAKE SADDLE RINGS Best stallion any age special premium by Farmers Tobacco Warehouse LonisvnK -- S75 00 jo to tst lis to 2nd 5 10 to 3rd Best mare or gelding any age special premi Â¬ um by John M RiddeHO If Chenaak and K H BaHard 130 to 1st lis to 2nd io to 3rd 75 00 SWEEPSTAKE HARNESS RING - Â¬ SMFairA s sociation Best mare or gelding any age speed and du Â¬ rability considered special premium by lohn G Tajrlor Richmond and John W wilmore KirksviHe Sole Agents fer Me- t ormiclc Harvesting Machines 133 te 1st ato to 2na 93 to 3m REGULATIONS tlie one you want to see tur Ipnbe you want any Domestics I am the one you want to see If ury a If you want any Cottonades Towels Linens or anything in th- 1 1 Goods line I am the one you want to see ey If you want a good Suit of Clothes for a Man Boy or Child I am troUe one tnat will suit you lof If you want any Shoes Slippers or any tiling for foot wear I am ti rf one you want to see u you want a Hat I can Hat you iew If If you want a Carpet I am your Carpet Man If you want any Flannel Over Shirts or Underwear f any kind I wiai- - itted fiX V0U- - ier ppet Mb di Books for entry open ten days previous to the Fair at j W Walker Bras Store 2 The exhibition will commence at 9 oclock a m by which ftme aH entries must be made with 1 tjH Â¬ 3 Premiums paid In currency 4 AH stock while on the grounds wtti be under control of the Marshals 3 No loose stock wiU be allowed on the grounds 5 Judges wirl be selected on the grounds each day must eater their stock ia proper 7 Exhibitor class When judges are not ssifsfted as to the age of 9 stock proof win be required 10 All stock mustbe entered in name of owner otherwise premiums wiH be forfeited it After one ring of stock is through exhibit ing ten minutes will be allowed fer entries of the next rinz after rinirini the bell it JPoitively no other person than the judges of inc rrirg una ine omccrs ana memoers 01 mc press wiH be atloive in ihe ring when stock is exhibiting 11 No srambHnsr drunkenness or immorality will be allowed and the strictest cf der will be enforced 14 bntrance lee lor eaca ring wm be ten per cent of amount of oremium 15 When there is no competition only half of premium will be paid i AH objections to judges must be presented in writing to ib Secretary fer action of Board of Directors the Secretary For Prices I refer you to my locals found elsewhere in this par rf as a sample of what I will do If Low Prices Polite Clerks layoc Good Goods are any inducement dont fail to come to the GREA01 BARGAIN SALE which now begins Ir H J STRENG 52- - rot te hex Main Street Richmond Kytn IS REQUESTED rs rkx Â¬ T 1 PRICES OF ADMISSION Each person 12 years eld and over so Cents Children between 7 and 12 years old 23 Cents Children under 7 years old no charge No charge for vehicles Tickets for sale at J B Walkers aid Wilmore Cottons stores in KirksviKe Norm Bros Paint Lick Tickets must be procured no money received at the gate Good accommodations can be had for stock and men on or near the grounds Good Bus accommodations to meet alt trains at Silver Creek and Paint Lick AU correspondence directed to J B Walker Kirksville or J H Embry Silver Creek Ky will be promptly attended to At Our Plac TO EXAMINE Waller Bennett Prest James 4s THE B Walker Secy FU1ING DEPHRTME it PUBLIC SALE OF WE POSITIVELY HAVE THE 1 n Â¬ Â¬ LATEST STYLES July 10 1889 HEW GOODSS Z IN AND AT On Wednesday as a Committee appointed by the Board of Directors of the Richmond Natural Gas Copipauy we will sell to tun high- Â¬ est bidder Â¬ Reasonable Prices OUK ASSOKTMENT OF SBIRTS COLLARS GUFFS anfl UDERWEnB is the most complete ever offered in tnis city i Lot ii Â¬ Â¬ to the City of Richmond Batd lot fronts ou Hallie Irvine Street 106 feet and run back ISO feet There is upon the lot a well 1760 feet deep Bale at 10 oclock iu frout of Court houao door iu this city Hale positive and without reserve Terms made known on day of sale C D CHENAULT J STONE WALKER D M BRiejHT 34 Committee Â¬ OUR NECKWEAR embraces everything new and bright - PUBLIC BESTING We have just completed one of the hand wraest and best arranged hotels In Kentuclty which we will rent publicly to the highest bidder ou SATURDAY Â¬ We Make a Specialty Â¬ Mil JULY 20tflf 1889 of Flannel Shirts To wear one is to be convinced that you will wear no other We can please the most critical can not be excelled in sizesVcolors and 5 Jt Â¬ Tlie house Contains 43 bed rooms large and handsome office parlors and re- Â¬ ception room In short it is flit cas throughout For further information address J SIpNE1 WALKER Secy 35 Richmond Ky OUR LIKE OF HOSIERY prices SALT -- - HOUSE LOUISVILLE KY Â¬ the city Tho Largest and FibestHotel in 4 We carry the Best Brands of HaiS in every shape style size and color and the man or boy whom we cant please will have to wear a bonnet OUR Rates25Q to Per Day MEBCHHT T1LQRIM DEPARTMEHI1 Â¬ According to rooms Turkish and Russian Baths in Hotel 32 31 is perfect in every equipment we invite inspection of goods and prices Men Â¬ mhbibmioiieeeh IRVINE 109 at their ewi price in Bop aid Childrei will fiitiist what they want ani STREET Next Door to Post Office Et Furniture Eepairing AND Done Promptly a coaflete oatfit aaiiaewTft wfiUaitiivftiareamaifif taste aid tarait i aw ia- Cttts AswecaitmeitiML BYerrtklni nail a see ftf KestraifcfiriiskywwitiE ir CLOTHIMC DEPARTMENT Ye art nU mi uPHoriiSTEBiisra CARPETS LAID IN FINE STYLE GiveWmaCaiU 34- - 1 GQVimTQ MITCHELL I 213 Vfmt Maia Street Richmond Ni vJ tfTi rWl mssszrvi t3 Pfrlfji t ftj pffSSShJfc jfc W O1 CLIMAX tSDAY JULY 10 iSSo alt hat a word elsewhere wanted at once on the rail- See ad ingtown I iM county is a dead sure winner for State Senator i Ruff jeweler has a couple elsewhere in to days Climax ke is building from Joe Erobrys reeV See notice of lncerpo- - arsion to Niagara f 10 fer the See Mr Bacons announce- s k Mi dats Climax ttvtm imvin vlii u miMii Mill v I nvw tli nac c year AixwiiCfy ruiuvi WMnn be 215 an mcreasc aShfASVl Mir Harris has sold to WN Potts 3rd six thousand bushels of ew crop at 75 cents per bushel thousand pounds of wool at 25 pound have been bought and Bro iby Covington Arnold ror BucLner has pardoned John elison art fri htm act law of ill health and now pardons lie paroled An Annf of Axlcll Engine- - Mr W M Vcnablc is engineer The fourth July was duly celebrated Since Axtell has lowered tlie half mile in immediate charge of the work of conat Winston a village on the tupipikc be time for struction Tho Union Bridge Gompany from i 6 to 211 tween Richmond and- - Irvine FtfleUn and the mile lime from has the contract for tile super structure lo 3i hundred people were present and there and especially since Mr Robert Bonner 11 S Hopkins Co sunk the cylinders was a bounteous dinner Tlie speakers has oflercd 60000 for him his blood and John R Serpcll of this city built tlie were Rev John G Pond or KIrksvllIe relatives arc much sought after Wilkes masonry The following are the lengths Rev W H Gride of College Hill and Bird a full sister to Lou the dam of of thr principal long span bridges of this Rev T B Domarec Grand Worthy Axtell is owned here in Richmond by country Chief Templar of Kentucky also of Col- Mrs J P Herndon Wilkes Bird was Feet lege Hill fist purchased a few months ago for 700 and Louisville Boutheru Kentucky ltlvcr Chesapeake OI1I0 Railroad Ohio Klvcr 830 her owner has now been offered jooo Pouglikceptle Bridge s Kirksville Fair Wilkes Bird Is out or Bird and by Mam St Louis DridgeM- 600 In to days Climax you will observe brino Boy and he out of Roving Nellie Kentucky Indiana lSrldge Ohio River 483 the conspicuous and pretentious premium and by Mambrino 170 w Patchcn Bird Is by Niagara lllph Bridge Ksntucty Itlver Cincinnati list of that ever welcome and annually re Mainbrino Royal Uthern Kallroad 573 curring institution the Kirksville Fair The recbrd of Axlell is a wonderful Courier Journal wlH be held as usual in the beautiful It achievement Noralfne made her year- Â¬ Bumam woodland immediately on the ling record of PERSONAL November 12th 231 turnpike a little to the east of the pretty Sunol made hers 218 October 27th Miss Laura Hargis visited relatives in town of Kirksville There will be a large Sable Wilkes 218 October 29th Man Clark last week crowd of the best people of Madison and zanita 216 September 3rd Axtell has adjoining counties and full rmrs of cood from two to three Miss Laura Moss continues dangerousmonths in which to stock You need not go to Kirksville lower his record ly ill in Cincinnati and there is no telling with the idea of picking up a premium to what notch he may cut it down Harry Giovanni of Danville j Mr witliout strong competition But von Was here yesterday should go with the devout expectation of The Xahio of Iowa gettmg a good dinner your fondest Hope Congressman Wilson or Knox county Justice Miller or the Siireme Court was here last wHeki in thaftlne will be realised a native of Ilithmond has wHUen Up the lion II II Hogg of Booneville was Will Enlarge State of Iowa lor the July Harper Of in Richmond on Monday Myers Carsc scarcely got their plan the States name he says The State de intr niM in operation before they discov- Â¬ rives its name from the tribe known now Mr Sanford Logan has returned from ered that they had under estimated their as the Iowa tribe Much learning or at law school in New York patronage and that enlargement would least research has been wasted in the at- Â¬ Miss Mary and Miss Elbe Bennett be necessary They mean therefore at tempt to show tlie orthography and defi- Â¬ have relumed from Ann Arbor The 4that Winston I ss 3E2 at Jiiu iiriiie Camp Sleeting The Queen ami Crefcent Route ill sell tloketsto High ftiidge nnd retorn foil July II continuing sale until fit nil ticket ulllces between Chatta Â¬ nooga and Cincinnati at Fpeclft hw rates Special trains will be run daily exctpt Suuday from Georgetown also on Sundays July 14 and 21 from Cin- Â¬ cinnati and Somerset Revs Sam JoueH Sam Small and other promi- Â¬ nent divines will be present 35 Â¬ aS ilt Â¬ IllvcriM-m-- The new steam laundry will com- Â¬ mence work next week and wants to do your washing tf K C R R Tuesday July 23rd 1889 1000 TEN DOLLARS ROUND TRIP C3 HERE IS filDSIC FOR YOB H Â¬ J Strong furnishes it Tliese are the notes Special through train without change of Palace Sleepers Elegant Chair Cars and Day Coaches leaving Lexington at 100 P M arriving at All good fancy Calicoes 5c Falls early Wednesday morning under auspices of Ladies of Broadway Christian Church of Loxington 13 yards Lonsdale Green Tick- Â¬ Personally conducted by Mrs J S SUOUSE with a Cos Agent in charge of train et 8So 13 yds Masonville Cotton 95c 13 yds Fruit of the Loom Cot Jon 9o Cotton 1000 - i TICKETS Â¬ 15yds Hope Cotton 95c Car space 17 yds AAA yard wide Brown 100 The new steam laundry is equiped every modern improvement and wauls to do your washing Iji A ClIILDKILLED ftariy application should be mado to S F B MOKSE G P A Cincinnati Ohio or either of the undersigned for Sleeping or Cfcair SPECIAL REDUCED HOTEL RATES For circulars of particulars or any information call on or address JB1 0 0 3D FIYB X3JZS E 33 CJlTELJEZ 33 SBOOIV -grexit I T 3- - R iclimond Lexington Ivy 33Zy- - or Vi Begram received yesterday from announced the dangerous niness Pat Sullivan formerly Miss Pej ton bition meeting at Berea on Salur- idiscust meaHiree of political im- - Friends of temperance gen- - ire invited jyd a well known colored man engaged in the grocery business ral other callings in Richmond t Saturday once to extend their building at a right angle from the rear end to Collins street This will give them two fronts one on Main street and one on Collins street and will make their planing mill in shae like a carpenters square with the flouring mill in the angle occupying the corner of main and Collins street They will add several more machines to their present number which is already larger than they originaHy intended Among those added will be an automatic latlie Myers Carsc do no building and contracting but furnish prepared building material to carpenters and builders John II Welch of Nicholas vHle Why They Did It Mr G A Richardson a prominent of Judge Scott lawyer of New Mexico vUited friends A vote on water works was taken in linee of the Democratic party of here last week county for the Legislature He Winchester on Saturday and tlie majority Tlie reason for elect el and make an excellent against tlie tax was 10 Editor McCarty of Irvine arid editor the defeat is that there was no proposition utative McCarty of Nicholasville were in Richworth mentioning The advocates of the mond last week satisfaction to know that the measure proposed by the vote Mto authorfcase is no more Sigman was ize the City Council to expend not more Miss Minva Phelps attended the hop i Judge Morton presiding and than given at the opera house In Stanford a year to secure water 3000 iirned to his home in Missouri Tuesday night of last week There was absolutely nothing else stham was Lilted a quarter of a Messrs Haggard Benton our ownjas Kirs Ann Wornall and grand daughters rago in the midst of war excite- - M and Hathaway lawyers started a Misses Lee and Annie Croxton of Clark paie- - to stay till the cause that pro Â¬ county were here on Monday going to W C Young President of Cen- - duced k has passed away and look issue the Springs An Honorable Record ege Dam ille has within the past with the Democrat setting forth the folly Mrs Lucy A Baxter and Miss Sallie 3ded 70000 to the endowment of such a loose arrangement Tlie Madison County Fair Association The for- Â¬ th s institution more than one result was that the Democrat which we which for sliort is called the Richmond Parker of Randolph county Mo merly of thiscounty are visiting relatives which was raised in Kentucky supposed carried Winchester in its vest Fair is an institution which originated and friends here eeived considerable aid during a p ocket was snowed under away back before tlve war Just how far Elrip to New York which amount Mr Wood Dunlap and wife of LancasA proposition will soon be submitted back we do not know Originally it was jded in the above to the voters of Richmond but it will be a rope fair and continued so until the ter were here Monday on their way to explicit in every way tlie particu- Â¬ war at which time it ceased for several Cincinnati Mr Dunlap is reaping a har- Â¬ A Gradsate ef Paris lar system to be used where located bow years In 1S66 the rope was resumed vest or iheckek from his life insurance Henry T-- Stanton has written managed by whom at what cost to the but in 1867 the present amphitheatre was business er book A Graduate of Paris consumers c built Since then the Fair has been held Mrs Wallace Embry Mrs Talton ired in Washington on Saturday without interruption always begin- Embry Mrs Henry Embry of LouUville Water Works taking admirably well It is wrk- ning on the second Tuesday in August and Miss Ada Mattlngly of Cleveland Mth excellent taste k strong in The City Council has agreed with the This year there will be no exception O are visiting Mrs T J Foster Stan- Â¬ land highly dramatic in incident- - Water Works Company upon the terms A new track is building and will be ford Journal cuaracters are chiefly drawn from under which the chart or is turned over to second to none of its sire in the State Mrs B II Neale and Mrs Nancy tican society though the scenes of the city The Mayor and Council are a It is a half mile and will cost 3400 ory arc located on both continents committee to tisit and examine other The parallel sides are 600 feet each and Jones have returned from a visit to rela Â¬ water works in Kentucky and elsewhere the curved ends 730 feet each Tlie work tives in Kansas City They were ac- Â¬ Heeming At an early day a proposition will be sub is being done by E T Powell Co companied home by Miss Mary Neale William Harm has re leased the mitted to the people And it will be a railroad who has been in school at St Joseph Mo contractors ton brick yard and wilt proceed to well defined and definite proposition Tlie premium list is extensive and vari- Â¬ Dr L II Blanton Chancellor of Cen- Â¬ another million bricks Amons The system to be used the persons to ed and will command attention wherever tral University was here last week in uses he will construct at an early erect and operate the works the cost of sent the interest of that institution which he the Preparatory Department of building the expense of using water and The Presidents since the building of the tells us will open in September with the it University and Mr W K Den- - all other information necessary will be amphitheatre in 1867 irwe recall correct- Â¬ largest number of pupils in its history tsidence Richmond builders are put plainly and unmistakably before the ly are as follows Stanford Journal Pas office seekers jut now wkh people D A Chenault President R M Ddaiey DD of prospects for a healthy contmu- Tlie people of Winchester on last Sat- Â¬ J D Harris Georgetown College is on the program urday voted against water works- - but it Clifton IJurgin for an address on Education before the was because there was no proposition Kept Moving C S Turner Southern Convention of Christian Work- Â¬ except the meagre one of allowing the C R Estill extensive planing mill of Eaton ers to be hekl at Crittenden Springs City Council to expend 3000 a year to Newland Jones tins is kept busy manufacturing Crittenden county July 16 26 secure water That was too indefinite Clifton Burcin blinds sash stairways and the The peopleAvant to know precisely how An intersting lunching party on the jls other things necessary to supply John D Harris a thing is to be done and by whom and green yesterday was chaperoned by Mrs II B Dillingham vants lcre and elsewhere when and where and that is what will be Wm Thompson of Lexington They S II Stonk few years ago one small mill m made known in Richmond before a vote were Misses Florence Barlow of Rich- Â¬ 0 II Chenault nond could scarcely find sale for mond Mary and Fannie Carrick of R B Tbrrill 3ws Now two are kept going is taken Scott Overton Chenault or Richmond B Chenault et there is cry for more The openJ Captain Wilsons Idea 1 Col Swope of Lexington and a reporter Shelby Irvine the new railroad and the consequent Elsewhere in to dayV Climax is a Kentuckian Citizcn Two of these gentlemen it is seen held in buldmg wilt give both mills communication from tlie veteran Captain the office at different times and we are Jian thev can do Prof Evan McCord ot Boonesboro John Wilson who led Joe Hookers ad- sure that several of them held successive this county returned last week from vance at Lookout Mountain But the Birslary terms viz Mr Burgin Col O II Washington and Lee College Virginia Captain is now dealing with rail- Â¬ store of Sam Pragheimer on First Chenault andothcrs where he tuught tlie past session in the roads Jand not with armies He wants in Richmond was broken into The grounds will- - be put in attractive department of languages He has gone B Railroad to run up tlie R N I ay night and a hundred or so dollars condition and there will be an abundance to visit his sister Mrs Wm Taylor at of dry goods taken The goods Station Camp and therefore not go of water and other requisites Great Falls Montana and rumor has it By so doing the R N found in possession of Martha Hick through Irvine that die will locate there B would loose its I 100000 subscrip- Â¬ and Cclia Collins yesterday Also tion already voted by Estill county Mrs A Barnett has returned from belorging to B W Turner and the But the Captain proposes giving that Dixon accompanied by her daughter Dry Goods House and some goods road 50500 and the other 50 000 to the Mrs Slaughter The latter was so dan- Â¬ yet recognized The women and LC V His proposition is in the gerously ill a few weeks ago that Dr fribble Bill Blink George Hurley nature of a compromise between the two of this place and several physi- Â¬ Jill Clark were placed in jail Cap- The engineers arc in town to compare Taylor V should defeat roads If the L C cians from Cincinnati and other places Feeny worked the case Hp in short surveys east and west and you may their B in the legal possession the R N I were called to her bedside She is now after the fust notification expect the road to be located through ofCowCieckPass then the R N I much improved in health town in a few days B would be forced o take the Station The ChaManqDa MUs Amy Smith ten year old daugh- Â¬ The pay rolls of the Pennsylvania rail Â¬ Ivc Richmond ladies graduated in the Camp route and get nothing from the counter of Mr and Mrs Charles E Smith B road system show the exact number of iutauqua Literary and Scientific ty If on the contrary the R N I handsomely entertained ninety of her V then he the company to be 89360 an average of rsc last week Mrs T T Smith should defeat the L C young friends Wednesday evening sixty V could not be but 117S men to tlie mile Sallie F Burnam Mrs A R Bur- - thfk tlie L C girls and thirty boy ft The girls wore i Mrs I Shelby Irvine Mrs Cornie at all as he can find room for but one President Lindsay favors the extension trained tea gowns the boys Prince Albert Mrs Smith only was present road at Cow Creek of the Kentucky Midland from Paris to coats The supper was from Gilchers This is a question between the two Mt Sterling and Montgomery signifies It upon the stage and received her Danville No party of little folks ever reads and one in which Madison county her willingness to give 3 ma had more fun felt better or looked better 150000 part vo cars of Richmond people were can nortake ri The first half of the year 1SS9 has been and Miss Amy is to be congratulated ent on the 4U1 Ten thousand per- - A Big Law Snit With Bond for Haifa Mil- Â¬ disastrous to railroads According to The Fortnightly Club with a lew of were there on that day the largest lion Dollars statistics just published eight roads with a its friends were entertained by Judge and Iber ever present on any one day Col James W Caperton tm last Fri total of 2690 miles and an apparent in Â¬ Mrs I C Parker last evening ip honor c id Dougherty the great Democratic day filed suit in the Madison Circuit vestment of 125570000 have gone into of Mr and Mrs John S Park who will ar delivered a grand oration He Court against Judge JoKn C Chenault bankruptcy the past six month leave in a few days for their home in Calintroduced by Col A M Swope Mr Thomas D Chenault and the Presi Â¬ The Louisville Nashrillc mil in a ifornia The spacious Parker home was B Railroad dent oflhcRj-N-The few days let the contract for constructing literally thrown wide open to the guests Bring It Down ToTvn petkion occupies fourteen pages of legal and the house beautifully adorned with Ir S D Parrish is making an effort cap paper and if put in print would twenty three miles or road up the Powell flowers Supper was served in the south Valley of Virginia cast from Cumber- Â¬ aave the telegraph office removed from male twdcolums ifl The Ceimax The parlor and the collation was quite in accord IK C depot to some point down town petition recites the facts in connection land Gap and forty eight miles more of with the many other charming features of the same extension to Princes Flats to is an excellent move and we hope with Madison countys subscription to the a connection with the Norfolk and West- the evenings entertainment A skilled Parrish will receive able assistance Richmond Nichoiassille Irvine and Beat orchestra was in attendance and while the suggest the new hotel as tlie best tyville Railroad the election of Col ern about August 1 18S9 The company elders chatted the young folks tripped In every way for the down tpwn Caperton byjthe County Court or Claims has just let thecontract foradouble track the light rantastic Tlie well known Park Â¬ East Louisville to Anchorage 10 1 miles Mr J Compton the manager and Levy as Trustee to hold in escrow South Louis viHe to Shepherd jvlHii 157 er residence was never more aglow with be here within the next two or three the county6 150000 of bonds and the miles enjoyment and tlie happy auspices under Ls and the Commercial Club should appointment by County Judge Chenault which Mr and Mrs Park thus say their him a warm reception The present of Thomas D Chenault to the same posi Â¬ It is notgenerally known that there is good byes will it is hoped be a fore- Â¬ fcngement is exceedingly inconvenient tion Col Caperton prays for an in Â¬ now in process of erection over the Ken- Â¬ runner of the happiness that will ever at- Â¬ tithe connections in many respects are junction and reftraMHig order first to tucky river near Tyrone by thV Louis Â¬ tend them in their new home Fort Certainly the manager when prohibit County Judge erable Chenault from ville Southern Railroad Company the Smith Ark Dally Journal ties to see us ought to have all the turning over the said bonds to Mr Thos longest span of tut ted bridge ever built Peculiar laid before him for doubtjese he will D Chenault and seond prohibiting Mr The bridge is a cantilever haring a cen- Â¬ oih able and willing to improve the Thomas D Chenault from accepting the tral span over the water of 551 feet and In the combination proportion and said bonds Also that the court pass two shore spans 6j feet each with450 preparation of its ingredients Hoods upon the question as to who is the real feet of trestle at the west end and 240 feet Sareaparilla accomplishes cures whero A Small Ma tier But Unlawful and lawful Trustee whether Col Caper- Â¬ at the cast end making tlie total length other preparations entirely fall Po- stmascr Willis received a letter last ton or Mr- - Chenault Also that the of the structure 1568 feet The whole is culiar In its good nanietit home which from a person in a distant county pectil court issue a mandamus compelling Coun- of steel The main bridge jgS feet long is a lower of strength abroad untamed a note requesting him to je ty Judge Chenault to deliver over the said is supported by two steel towers each 1 37 iar in Hie phenomenal snies it has at Â¬ ll a letter whtch this letter contained bonds to Col Caperton feet high resting on eight wrought iron tained Hoods Sarsaparilla is tiie most wh ch was addressed to another per- Before fiHnf the suit Col Caperton cylinders which is sunk to the bed successful inediciue for purifying the in another distant county stamped was required to give bond in the sum of rock of the river These cylinders are blood giving strength and creating and otherwise ready for the mail It five hundred thousand dollars which he 12 feet in diameter Jined inside with a an appetite Willis wrote a letter to the third 13 inch ring of hard brick laid in Port- Â¬ -did ty explaining how he came in posses- Dr Benj Dlllard druggist at Auro- Â¬ C F and A R Burnam William B land cement and the interior is fitted with of the letter whiaii he enclosed Smith and The tops of the cylinders reach ra Mo says I sell a quantity of 8 arc- - attorneys concrete John Bennett course is required by the Unite to the elevation of 4 feet above high water 8 8 for Scrofula Eczema Rheuma Â¬ for Caperton blood troubles and es statutes which law imposes a fine This suit will in no way effect the road and are capped with Kentucky riyer lime- tism anil other any person who encloses a letter to stone 24inches thick The lietght of the have never heard of a case of failure to or its progress m construction as the cure lmaster at another office with a re- bonds wjtl be entirely safe in possession Lrldge from bed of the river to the railway t to mail the enclosed Jettcr it being Pimples blotches and other eruptions j of either gentleman The case will have track is 26S feet Work was begun on ed to a persoi at stHkanother office 1 this bridge in April The masonry cyl on the skfn evidence the fact that the bean heard in the Circuit Court and pass e object oftUc law is topretect the west viaduct and wst blood is in a bad shnpe aud these ed upon by the Court of Appeals before inder foundations agamt Lilst- impressions If you tower arc now completed and the entire symptbms show that nature U trying the time when the bonds should be delir- letter postmarked at a certain place ridge will be finished ready for passage to throtr off the impuritle in whiah iri1 in tt naturally think that the person writ of trains by August 15 Col John Mac eltortslie should be assisted by a reliu- letr was at that place when it j Get yourselves ud 3 our sloch ready Leod nho wa the engineer felK Kend hie vegetable Wood remedy ns Is Swifts I tiicVy and Indiana brkiseJSitw Ofcfisi Specific fur the Klikevjlle Fair MeJ It It TJ Â¬ nition of this word among the Indians themselves While Washington Irving with the license allowable to the imagina tive writer states that the mrihlBor ni th word ft beautiful1 and recounts the inci- Gcht by Which that phrase was first ap- Â¬ plied to the country saying that the tribe who in their wanderings arrived at the highest point in the Iowa prairies looking over the vast expanse of country uninter- Â¬ rupted by hills or swamps involuntarily uttered the word Iowa meaning beau- Â¬ tiful But probably a better authority for the meaning cf tile wdrd was Mr Anlothc Le Claire a half breed of the Sac and Fox nations who always asserted humorously thit he was the first whke man born in Iowa though his mother was an Indian He was employ Â¬ ed for many years by the United States as an interpreter in their dealings with the various Indian tribes His definition was Here is the spot this is the place to dwell in peace It is very certain however that the name of the State and the name of one of its secondary rivers running through a large par of tile cCrtter of the State is derived from the name of the tribe Â¬ Gen C M Shelley of Selma Ala was at Mrs it L Whites last weelt The Misses Harris of Nebraska visiting their sister Mrs Dr Akers place Another child killed by the use nf opiates given in the form of Soothing Mr Thos J Smith Jr has returned syrup Why mothers give their chil- Â¬ dren such a deadly poison is surprising from the University of Virginia when they can relieve the child of its Mr Thomas Forman attorney at law peculiar troubles by using Ackers Raby Cynthiana visited his father in this place Soother It contains no Opium or Morphine Sole by W Q While last week Prescription tfriiglsti mrs David Chenault of Kansas is on Rest French Snleeus 22 cents at the a visit to the family of her father T S 49- Palace Bronston Esq Special rates will be given on family are this PALACE DRY GOODS STORE -- We have just opened the largest and most desirable line of-v IDIESX C3 OOHDS IsTO TIE OUSTS ZETO washing by the steam laundry tf Ever opened in Richmond which we are going to sell at prices unheard of before Ladies are especially invited to call and inspect our goods Â¬ The Steam Laundry will commence work next week and will do your work at the lowest price t Young man you should have your shirts collars nnd cults jauodrieti at tf the new laundry WE HAVE THE LARGEST STOCK We have the Newest and Latest Styles and Patterns and also the Lowest Prices We have a large line of IS The Steam Laundry has been completed and will do your work at the lowest Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes also Mens and Boys Boots and Shoes price tr Â¬ IIAPP1XESSAXD C0XTEXTJIENT Cannot n hand in linnd if we look on that must Â¬ Dyspepsia Tablets will cure tho worst form ol Djsrterfia ConstijiatJon and Indigestion ami make life a liHppiness and pleasure Sold at 25 and 50 cents by V J White Prescription Drug gist the lurk side of every little obstacle Kuthlng will so darken life aud nrnke it a burden as Dyspepsia Ackers go at what they will bring We have a Large Line of Clothing which we have no room for and we shall let it go at your own price and hear prices for the goods on it an A they will surprise you SEE OTJR Hat at one half cost at 40- - O H IE -- A IP TABLE Call and get you a If you have not tried any of our var- Â¬ ious brands of flour do so at once and lie convinced that you can get as good flour at home and at as low prices as you lain anywhere else 41- IsO 9 FIRST STREET 2CEXT TO STOUFFERS CLOTHING IIOUSB A DUTY TO YOURSELF THE 1 ZPAILiJLOE Â¬ L surprising that people will use a Calicos at 4 cents and up at the Pal- common ordlnarvplll when lliey can fecure a valuable English one for the 40- ace Ten to lifteen teams wanted at once same money Dr Ackers English on Railroad Apply early at our oflict pills are apositive cure for sick Lalur buys Country Produce Itags Striugtown Tales Creek Kv and all liver troublea They are iu It KHANNAHAN HANGER aud Iron 44 17 small sweet easily taken aud do not Kripe Sold by W G White Prescrip- The only single apron binder on the won umgRisi market is manufaclured by Waller A Flour meal bran ami stiip slul at Wood aud for sale by Bonanza Roller Mills Richmond Ken- Â¬ 45- Bkbck Pjihlts All persons indebted tome will please tucky E Fokman Son By so doing come and settle at once ran tiik ihood Weakness ilaUna Indigestion and Six ppools of Clarks thread for 25 they will save cost 47 A D RUFF Bilfousaaac take 49- cents at the Palace BROWNS IKON ItrTTEUS rate by all dealers in cores quickly It Fr medicine Get the gvuulue Adrlee to Mother JIraWn3MW3SooincioSrucpahoniaaltrTI be used when children aro cutting teth It re Huveyou been lo the Palace Dry UeTeitboUtUetoSeitratooce ttprodaceanatnral is Â¬ - JG Forjian Son It TEAMS WANTED THE 10 COMMANDMENTS 2 3 4 5 headache PAY UP July TERK5S GASH 1st 80 7 S Goods Store WE CAN AND DO 40- - Â¬ j Guarantee Ackers Blood JElixir for it cc lias been fnlly demonstrated lo the people of this country that it is superior to Tho Terra Cotta Shoes anl Slippers all other preparations lor blood diseases It is a tostlvo eure for syphilitic at Jac Freemaas aro simply ele- Â¬ 45 poisoning Ulcers Erustious and Pim- gant ples It purities the whole system and 51000 Suits for 500 at the Palace build- - up the constituthoroughly tion tjold by V G White prescripNice country lard and meat of all tion druggist new honey tnilk ehnke and kind Boots aud Shoes at your own price at cheap croquet sets at A H Lalors 40- the Palace 44 17 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ quiet sleep nnd the little cherabirakesu bright as a button It U Terjr pleasant to taste It soothes the child soReostbegunuallaTs all pain regulates the hovels and is the best knoira remed j or diarrhoea whether arising from teething or othtr causes Trent Hto cents a bottle 9 cash business Please bear this iu mind A D RUFF 4- - From this day I shall do a strictly 10 Think Carefully and buy from us Decide Wisely The Best is the Cheapest Act Immediately When Bargains are Offered Work Diligently Until You Reach Oar Plae 216 WMIihi Deal Honestly Is Our Motto Investigate Thoroughly If You Do Not Kbsw Us Buy Frequently If You Woald Plenee Us Sell Reasonably Uas Ever Been Our Aim PA1 PROMPTLlr Is Our Earnest Request Follow the TEN OOMMANDilENTS they will tiUiaNOaly to success and and make rshppy - kadywi - SHACKELFORDGENTRTV DEALERS Â¬ IN HERE IS MORE MUSIC H I Floor At tlie Bonansa Roller Mill 9 you - Streng still furnishes will find fuch choice brands of flour as Belle Old Gold Pride- of it These are the additional BIueirass and Governor McCreary Richmond 41- notes E Forman Son Twelve yards Green Ticket Lonsdale Mens Suits o Clothing J ALL KINDS OF JJAKDWARE STOVES TINWARE WOODENWARE HODSE FURNISHING GOODS SficiAt Atjihtioi Gm to Tauxae or Tuaitxs Blacksmiths1 and Wagon Makers Tools and Material orpuoT tKS ALL KINDS ot METAL ROOFING and GUTTERING Board washing and tuition for each term ot twenty weefcs about 75 First term epens last Tuesday in August For particulars address FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS PLOWS Milton Elliott Pkihcipau KmmiLtc Kt HAY RAKES WHEELBARROWS 4 16 FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC nollsjK fMcieal oo BnstncgS 500 3600 S750 3900 for 100 at the Palace 40- - iNotice of Incorporation ETC Â¬ -- Â¬ 31100 and 31200 HERE IS MORE MUSIC I 31000 Cant he bought elsewhere for H J Streng still furnishes less than 3200 to 3750 a suit it These are the additional more Come and look at them notes Best French Sateens 25c Handsome Challies 5c Farmers Beware Good Dress Ginghams 7ic Handsome Henriettas 25c Dont Buy a Spring Tooth Cultivator un- Â¬ Ladies Shoes and Slippers at til you see the Albion music prices LOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET AND YOU WILL FIND US Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ i Â¬ - mt Notice is hereby given that T J Curtis 8 P Ross J Stone Walker W Jj Crutcher and J P Simmons have incorporated tlie Silver Creek and Barnes Mill Turnpike Road Company Richmond Ky July 10 18S0 to construct a turnpike in Madison county running from the Barnes Mill turnpike to the Lancaster turnpike at or near Bilver Creek The capital stock of the Company is two thousand dollars per mile but may be increased by vote of stockholders and ii In shares nf 50 each paid for in money Tlie Corporation shall run 25 years Irom April 9th 18S9 The aff jIm of the CompHuny shall be managed by a TORNADO board or tlve directors who shall elect 52 a President Secretary nnd Treasurer and shall be elected annually on the G Uasoliue stoves in all sizes and at all first Saturday in April The indebted Seven Splendid Companies Â¬ price from the plainest to the finest at ness of tho Company at no time shall Madexceed 500 per mile and private prop North America 45- Bheck Phelps Philadelphia erty snail be exempt from debts ot me -41- Springfield Massachusetts Go to Jac Freemans anl sco tho company New York Germania - -T J CURTIS Terra Cotta Shoe3 and Uppers for h P ROSS 45- Hartford Connecticut -It Cured Brights Disease H13SC3 and GhUdron J STONE WALKER - -- New York Niagara SrKRDWBijTj Kv May 4 18S9 Tills W L CRUTOHEK Governor McCreary Pride ot Rich Â¬ - -- Cincinnati Amazon 47 is to certify that 1 hail Bright Disease JPSIMMONS mond Old Gold nd Bluegrnss Belle - Philadelphia Pennsylvania or something very much like it and flour at Bonanza Rojfer Mills was iu very feeble health Thin was In 41- E Forman Sow ROOK BOTTOM RATES Iho year of 1887 I used one dozen jtACKAcnrs bottles of Smiths Kidney Tonic and Or 701 are alltovb worn ontrrtiUT good for nothing Office at Farmers National Bank It Is general dcbUtCy Try I am now in better health than I have BROWNS XJBOV JIJTTMSX been for years will cure too and rive a good appetite Bold It Call and see us-- before placing by all dealers in medicine James M Hendken your insurance HAVE A FEW MORE I Sold by W G While Prescription Nicest line of Hosiery at the Palace m iw s BURNAM HUME DrugRist Richmond Ky 49 eow Road horses trotters and runners N B Milling property and shod in any manuer desired I havo Worth Hnndreds of Dollars country stores a specialty My wife used only two bottles of just received au extra lot of four year 32 31 old second growth Umber for repairing Mothers Friend before her Ihird con- Â¬ AU work guar- Â¬ all kinds of wagons finement Says she would not be OUST rECaLlN without it for hundreds of dollars anteed at the very lowest prices Shop store Had not half ns much trouble as be- Â¬ back of Brookss drug Respectfully THAT I WISH TO CLOSE OUT fore Doaic MiijES Sfebly S L M1DKIFF Lincoln Parish La AT ONCE Elegant line of Fana at the Palace Write Bradfleld Peg Co Allaula 37 Ua IF YOU WANT A BUGGY NOW IS Elegant line qf light and dark Chal Â¬ Remaining unclaimed in YOUR TIME TO GET ONE AT the Post I desire lo sell my home place on 49- lies at the Palace- Irvine Street privately Office at Richmond Ky week ending The house is a Go to Lalora Cash Store for Grocer- July 9th issa Logan F V Blalcerman B F ies 44 17 Burnett Miss Lottie Martin Nannie Building Cnll and see me next door to 12 MaUrTi John Chiles Same GUARD AGAINST TUE STRIKE Phillips L C Dr6wn Lewis L Post Offlce Porter James And always have a bottle of Ackers Dowin Mary with saven rooms nnd in excellent re Potter Georgia P IS POPE English Remedy iu tlie house You Green Bell pair There are two clMera cellar Henery t Wm Richardson Mattie 2 ot can not tell how soon Croup may stable good orchard and everything Teral Thomas strike your little one or a cold or cough HocUr Sallie to maxe iv a uesirauie resiuene Washington Will may fasten itself upon you Ouo dose Jonefc John Walker Wittel U a preventive and h few doses a posi Â¬ Jones TB White Francis Tie Let Contains Abort 2 Acres tive cure All Throat and Lung troubles Jones Talt yield to Its treatment A tamnle bot- Â¬ PnsiOnice hnnra from 0 a M t0 7li tle is given you free and the Remedy m Money order and registered letter Will eell the property elieHp and TWO NTCE COTTAGad of four guaranteed by W G White Prescrip hours prompt 7 am to 6 v m give easy terms Call and examine k Aml v to tio Druggist C 8 POWELL J B WILLIS 25 JxVME3P REJEVlfe5 SHACKELFORDGEFntY 45- 1 - INSURANCE ADRUFF jMswpffeJ Tf f FIRE LIGHTNING and For Sale Only By JOHN TAYLOR Sole Agent for ison County Â¬ jjftf-- jl ir BUGGIES WUKEiiyEWElEP -- DEALER IX- I Watches Clocks Jewelry SHve Blips ai Plated ware tfa Special attention given to Carts SOT0K DIAMONDS jD AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES BUSE for SALE REPAIRING- - Promptly done aBd ia a werkreaHMke manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silyer T t J jjuiri ittrirei ne itaee seiiwac to the Post oflice Ittobmesd Ky - V - w HB Hz -- t i Â¬ YOUR OWN PRICE jan4 tf IB Story Frame Wholesale Grocery Grlnatead Co 8 W Main Ste LevtevHte OHr Mr D T Chhwkot RlchmorHl every tmmty TE ft MMk -- FOR RENT W Cr jsi I i t - f i mt jusr i nsi ctiK HIrrt rar jE 4dX- - St i jk tfm ag2 HH rAi jraKPV 3H IiQ RTE- - - rnt Shows through Ktlld BSfe Sh4et an CEHTBAL L I a r krfUTAUFewMlJ ifc THE GARDEN OF EDEN to HOME DEC Where the First Paradise Is Supposed GRASS ROUTE B aj Canary Isles from tho Mountains of tho Moon to tho coast of tho Baltlo each country has been tho subject of jLVexingbon conjecture and no spot supposed to correspond In tho slightest degree to Schedule in Effect JIaj I2tli 1S89 tho description of tho first abodo of tbo human race has been Toft unexamined No 4 Na 6 No2 SOUTH BODND Ex Bon Dally ftLSU All the groat rlvors of the old world havo In turn done service as the possi- Â¬ LV UMlBIMtU- - Sm a nl fceo pa xjS pra ble Pisoa and Glhon of Scrlpturo and o ami feeapm 4S P It only romalns for tho theorist to try Lva Valmeath 4at pa HI IiVa tytrihaHHuJ mcjt ia P the Mississippi and tho Missouri or Aar larfs- m ami mcbj pn E4pn some of tho other largo streams of tho Arr LerlmJmi idao ii iu pi P AVo may men- Â¬ Western Hemisphere imr WlwHittrtor- - uao a acsa pa isae pal Aft tion some of tho principal theories of fvUVfMKHI a 3 pM 7JP AfT UHHM- W- 4 p tho exact geographical position of AW jaltlllwl 4py Eden Tho most ancient opinion Rwluuqj Jw Barva which is given by Josephus Is that It Arr Ate Ijrhinul- - g I ThteJKwler never nrlen A ninrvel n was in tho country betwoen tho Ganges JInroH parity MroiiRth and wlioteonieness imagines Edon Nile economical than the onlinnry kinds anil and NO 1 NoS OHiinol be sold in competition 15 1111 the mtil to tho very This view bo a widely oxtonded territory aMy 230RTXBOUXM BxSHii Utmles otTow te t short weight alnm nnd nuospliate powderx Sold onlj- - In cans embracing all the country from tho In ItoTAi Uaking rowDEKCu 106 A alt f trpct dus on the east to lW IJVtlMfHOIl fcoo aa the Nile on tho wost 21 2i New York Ijwa Rem o3 a a Those who havo tilcon this theory Ar MMuthani MMi a suppose the Kile river to have beon Jjae y IlnalBr J 45 Glhon and the Indus the Pison As Arr Wcanniil- - W a a tho garden was said to havo bocn east- Â¬ Kt op 6 10 a a An- - WlHcfawier for an Incurable case of Catarrh ward in Eden it is placed definitely in 3 ris a Arr In the Head by tbo proprietors of tho valley of tho Euphrates A second 3fVP i vr teilaXt PfDR SAGES CATARRH REMEDY opinion does not regard Eden as in 4 Srmntoma ox tavarrii ncaaacne includiug so wide a countryjind placds P Im C otMKait - i pa 9-600 pa obstruction of nose discharges falling into Iaj a a 7 jopa throat Bomctimcs profuse watery and acrid the garden at tho slto of ltornah iti Arr IVvinckHi J5 pa jirr invtMnn WC45 am at others thick tenacious raucous purulent fc5 P Babylonia which Is at tho conQuonco bloody and rutnd eyes weak rinsing In cars deafness difficulty of clearing throat expecto Â¬ of tho Euphrates and the Tigris Theso MAYSVILLE BRANCH ration of onensivo matter breath oSenslrel two streams of course and nw m no 11 smella f ewtaste impaired and pcncral debility Â¬ Pison and tho Gihon answer for tho Only of theaoymptoms liktly to be pres-Â¬ and the Land of NOKTH rKMJNli imlly Dally or cases result In con ent at once Thousands Kx mih Kxhon Cush is Chusistan or Susiana An Â¬ sumption and end in tbe Brave By its mild soothing- and bealln properties other hypothesis makes Cush answer pa girtnmW IM ttnaiqMnii ju 1 4j - am 13s pa Dr Sages Hcmedy cures the worst cases 50c for Chownasmia on tho oast of tho p ra XgtWjiim jmo 4 50 The Original Caspian Sea the country round -Xmjn j45pra the xxitxjb Aw MMIunlmri 827 a a 613 pm -head of the sea stands for Eden and tattM 636pm Stfis k IivfbPims Jullliiiim among the small streams flowing Into 913 am 7 30 pm tUttftTjtfb VLT I acts am 8 to pa atji wUte Purtlv Ynrta- - tbe Caspian from tho east finds tie Harmltu n IT No Ml tho four rivers of tho garden UnequaledasaClTcrFIII Smallcstchcap MHJTH BOUND UhIIj-DhII cst easiest to take One Pellet a Dose A theory advanced by Iho famous Kx Sun Kxban Cure Sick Headache ICIllonalleadache Constlpatlou Indigestion Oriental scholar Von Hammer was I Majvtll 515 a a 1 10 pm Dirzltiess Bilious Attacks and all derangements of that Eden was In Bactrla Ho based 2 j pm S 57 a a Etomacb and bowels S3 cts by drug gUts the 3 14 pm 49 this not only on tho similarity of MUlaafcwc 338 pm Aw ram 7 40 am names finding tho land of Cush in 405 pm Laaiagliiii K35 am 6 30 pra tho valley of tho Hindoo Koosh mount- Â¬ OoTlraJto 1035 am 65pa OadtMU 1045 ar 645 pm ains nnd the Pison in tho Sihon river Jta Jalitgton 10 La Kxapi HutaWy6 m Arrives which rises near the city of Cha and m Part lfc fjompossos the land Of Hah tho Land THA1X XOTFX J 3 ranH dally between mim UlHciHUaul LexlaKt of Havilab of tho Biblical Eden but o4 atwwa ClmlHaMi a Ml Lexiuelon ruus daily In tho fact that Hah contains both gold XwiItMl makecontiec inni at Winches and precious stones in abundance ter for potittK on tbe NN M V Ity VT 4 makeK thlt euunection This corresponds to tho description of it IxiiiRtou UrH8TANT Trmi4f 1I1U Une now ar Havllah Where thero is gold and agaart rlnataal MUikm Irani llw Centra Uniun I1aa mnvrr the jold of that land is good thoro Clnriiitt making Weon jrpu wish4osiUfurthor ornaraijlt fi lixlliw fur Mil points NorUi Kat hihI oL also is bdellium and tho onyx storifc in xoldatMl Kmxh Cheeked stitch Tknaali Tleketa That Eden was in Syria was the simplevine each outline Work maybd - Uv y putat reatebed by R railroad worked on end this with opinion advanced by Le Clorc Who Far lull parttwilaw naaruoa er anil on any Dangtr of L7e fe HotHcr Chil tWjantaf UH CDMpMTM wrote a valuable commentary on the crewel it will wash bottor than mark Â¬ nxc CTS cui j T U MUNWOX TO ing cotton will and you can tako E H BACON rorrii n Scriptures Havilah was in the land longor Traw IBmr AC Tnv Paikr Agt VBDFItLD RtfCllLAfOBCO stitches with good offccL Two UMinnati O Lexingtuu Ky of tho Amalekites as it is givon In the or three of these simple scarfs will not B F K MOKbE UeT IVia Art Cincinnati Book of Samuel Cush Is Mount Casius M K HKTIXOTOK cost d Uen llaur near Soloucln and the Pison is tho one as much as ono vory handsomo P 8 CAKR AgL K4dnnoihl Ky and you will bo able to keep tho River Chrysoprhoas Others who havo UeaeraJ Offloea Chamlierof roninree Baild sideboard looking neat and ordorly 111C t itcinti iti J taken this theory in its main points every day takthe Pison to be tho Jordan Tho Handsomo tablo covers sofa cush- Â¬ opinion however which has obtained the most general support among ions carriage rugs slipper cases and many other pretty articles can bo Co commentators Is that Eden was Em- Â¬ In Armenia Cush Is hero variously mado of common bedticking broider tho white stripes with colored taken to be tho land of the Cassrel near Media or Cushl Capooch tho north silks on tho whlto colored stripes part of tho country between tho Cas Â¬ fasten inch wido block velvot ribbon pian Sea and tho Persian Gulf or tho with fancy stitchos on tho narrow Caucasus country Tho name bf tho sWE8vJy gatrowjrllt -Jbrold Old Eden streams aro variously attached Homestead to the streams flowing Into the Black EDITORIAL METHODS Sea The natural foundation for ac- Â¬ crediting this last theory Is the Idea Many Tilings That Call for Immediate and Thorough Kcformitlon Wo wisli to announce to the that while Cane moved to tho East tho The power of tho press In offectlng posterity of Soth remained in the pttblie that we have just opened too frequently MILES THE SHORTEST neighborhood of the primeval seat of necessary reforms hasadmit of dispute in the house next door to the Gar mankind and that tho ark of Noah been demonstrated to nott Douse on Second street a rested not very far from tho placo of but in tho work of exposing and casti- Â¬ his former abode Thus ML Ararat in gating that which is evil the utmost freeh stock of the beet brands or -Armenia became a connecting point core should bo taken lest the writer mrnvEKN between the antediluvian and post- Â¬ shall overshoot his mark and do more and FANCY diluvian worlds and streams which injury than good Tho paper that is J l seemed to flow in channels correspond- Â¬ admitted into tho homo circle must ing to the paradisiacal streams would above all things not be tho bearer of naturally receive similar names Some mental poison for tho youthful mind TIME 27 HOURS other theories of the site of Eden may and however severely it may chooso to ENTIRE TltATNS be mentioned Captain Wllford a pro-Â¬ lash that which Is vicious thero is liAGAE CARS found student of Hindoo antiquities neither need nor occasion for going into DAY COACHES tho minute and sickening AND SLEEPERS places the flrstgardon in Bamlan south zation of wrong doing whichparticulari that can be had in the cities We is so much of the Hindoo Koosh ranee findlntr propose to sell Run Through Without Change Havilah in CabuL Cush in Cusha tho In vogue and Is scarcely less dangor Pison river in tho losser Sind and tho ous to morality than tho evil that Is vtiauibbrso- Tho paper Gihon in the Hirmend Other theories sought to bo suppressed 110 MILES THE SHORTEST take the whole story givon in the first mat lays itself open to censure chapters of Genesis as a myth With in thiB rospocL that introduces 7 BOLUS TJII5 QUICKEST Come and see us and be oonvinc- this idea Buttman puts tho gardon of into its columns matter nauseating to BKTWEKV that we have a ftrst claee stock Cincinnati Tho Pison he the respectablo reader and polluting Jacksonville Florida Eden in India identifies with tho Bosyga which in its influence upon the youthful mind TIME 28 HOURS is mentioned by Ptolemy as tho longest must not object If its motives are per- Â¬ The Only Line Rutiiiiijr Through river of India east of tho Ganges and haps misconstrued and it wins as Slee piiiK Cars Cincinnati to Jack- Havilah with Ava early known as a much discredit as a pandercr to low souville Without Change region of gold Again Herder in his and vicious tastes as it docs reputa- Â¬ History or Mankind identifies Edon tion as the sincere though mbdircctcd champion of virtue with tho far famed valo of Cashmere Te shall aim to seoure a fair share Tho editor addresses a wider con- Â¬ which had long stood to tho Oriental FltOM JUNCTION CITY TO custom by square dealing and mind as tho symbol of tho land of de- Â¬ gregation than does tho occupant of CHATTANOOGA lights Many of tho Orientals also any parucular pulpiL What is more le handling of desirable goods BIRMINGHAM think that tho first paradiso was on he is not addressing an adult constitu- Â¬ MERIDIAN tho island of Serendib or Ceylon ency exclusively for admitted to tho DAVID CnEXAULT CO confidence and privacy of tho home while tho Greeks placet lt at Both JACKSON 9 Eden on Lobanon Chicago Inter his readers aro tho young men as well VIOKSIiOItG as tho old Personally while tho guest Ocean MOBILE at a menus fiouso ho would not think 1 K t for one moment of so far Imposing THINKING CtpfiCanrjfctJoii Made at New Or IS SEEING on the hospitality of his host as to SoutheTifiPjiciric lanTTnjf What Contltate n Thinking Man and Jndulge in language in tho pres- Â¬ nand Texas Pacific for How to Secomo One ence of his friends children unfit Most young men have somo senso of for Texas Mexico California tho importance of learning to think he thelrjhjsaring Bwhat right does through 12rTours duicKer tliarTanystlfeTETne They deslro to become thinking men admitted to tho columns of a paper that friends house show What constitutes a thinking man less delicacy less concern for his ut- Â¬ Direct Connection Mntle l Shrpveport How shall I become a thinking man terances with Texas and Pacific Ry These arc interesting questions to such In person than when thoy are delivered without TransferTor young men There aro many things ahat ITothern Tezas Mesico California In a certain sense thinking is seeing reformation and a reformation callqrÂ¬ of edi -and the West seeing the truth Supposo you wish torial metnodsin the ventilation of to seo a particular landscape You existing eyils is thqm Tlio ESTFor Rates Matistc address visit iL You tako such a position as work of exposing oneof eradicating and - WOOLEY FRAKK WTrav PasAgt Lexington Ky places Its objects before you You what is vicious is aligljly commend- Â¬ look at the meadow tho troe3 tho able one and it will but gain addi- Â¬ rC- - 8 BARRETT pAgtAOIiattifitdKfTeiiii stream tho roclvs If you jjo not see tional support and encouragement Trvi Pcpnlr Line between an object distinctly you go nearer to when prosecuted In a way less repreCincinnati iL or make such a change of position hensible than that too frequently D a Edwards J Gatjmv Gen Pass ArL as will enable you to seo it distinctly adopted Genl MTgr LAFAYETTE and When a paper Cincinnati O This process of seeing is a very simple 1 defiles its columns with tho however language process lou know how to do thaL of tho brothel It descends to the samo Tat Erfirt Tnl m TBMC CH Ifoasit CaiBp There seems to you to bo no mystery filthy level and it iscntitlpd to CHAS S TOWELL I uUroari Slopiag- Coxa and Elegmnt Pe J SIED SMITH in IL You desire also to know how to little moro credit than that whichbut dials Cikrr Cars on Zlght Train JugrHfceiit Parlor Cars on Say Trains think but thinking you rogard as a aims to suppress Boston BudroL it more mysterious process As wo said above thinking Is seeing jsrrwiirf ag -- jnot with the bodily eye but jwifeh iho To Insure a Short Tobacco CroD w A Virginia lady writes that her hus- Â¬ oje of the mind There aro Intellect- Â¬ tie C L St U Jb C Hallway Big Foul end TsadaHa Uae ual arid moral objects as wAl as ma- band who has grown ic Dacco for a yti ilVma TktBet Slemof Cars Pullman Reclining terial objects Seeing intellectual and number of yearj apd has made noth- Â¬ ew Ca Clat Carac lt tie Coacbea and Saggar Care all run Second- moral objects which are non material ing by iL has resolved to rofniin from through -- Shut change between CiadsnaU and St Lotus truths is thinking Hqw aro such planting a crop this year and she objects such truths scon By placing adds Elogant Reclining Chair Cara I have decided if ho docs plant We represent len or the strongest them before the unrceii any Fire Insurance Companies in Ihe objeoa are seen mind just as material Now I will pulLJt up by tho roots JUL world we retirement Hie comnanv by placing them bo here is an Idea for curtallmont Tla THl that C in Kentucky - C fad T K A 3T Phart LW Let a inQvoment bo has the largest onpital the largest paidfl oro tho eye Commodious Reclining Chair Cars up capital tbe largest aesels Hie only You wish to kaow whether a certain started among tho wives of planters on oomjianjumiiKiyB mh losses wltuout plan of action is a wise one TTou can the basis of tho Virginia ladys resolve diHOount ami Joes uofagree ln ils determine that question by as Etsfak Is and we will truaranieo thorn will hn nH thinklnrr pollqy t iUHke jiu Mali fijxty Jaj8 that Is by seeing a great -many truths short a crop as ia dosirablo When tho VJaSE2IJOEV 7 We relating to that plan You con aieca fire to get yourL cijSLLjcxsihAj7Mrtt seo Kentucky lady onco asserts honself write ai in lowest rates Klveil OwanvT taosfl truths by looking at them You thero is no going behind tho returns XtChlaco St I oaJs ul IVeria doie and lo- - jqompauyuien J nMHMe taHctciinm are we irltn all Lint M tt need to look at tho design or objects of and It will bo a good plan for thorn to and frra ike SortaweiL Wmt aaa SasUiwent tae plan at tho means Tfcreag Tktcti ail not Insure in the Best proposed to accomplish by which it is operate to compel tbolr Hugo lords to ei Gfti U all Iriaclfj rUU IL You need keep tho resolves thoy niado so far Can e obtained at any Ttcaet Office C I St I CTKT alto H iluaHne at all Coupon Ticket ji ariL Onr comtnnies are booked by over to look sit iria fntMi4A and habits of T fn-- iluuu irLuiumuuiujininwijiMJiy uiwrino WScn Ihrwaetwat tne cwantry thoso who aro to bo engaged in the Loxingtoiu convontIon8 42000000 capital and iiverSlSOjOOOOOO Wotern To Â¬ ECANGenlFaassdTkLAgttt JOHH assela It will be loo luie after you are oxecution of iL When you have bacco Journal burred onL Call ami ee us before you looked at these and many other truths insure elsewhere Our rates and terras connected with tho plan you will The ladies of tho Whito Houso bo are trie best ablo to sec whether it is a wiso ono or havo been gifted with Bonslblo names - 29 28 SMITH POWELL noL This last seeing will bo ihe re- worthy of imitation in Amoricaa families Martha Mary Abigail sult of a great many othor seoings Thus thinking is mental seeing To Eliza Elizabeth MargaroL Sarah U Tlie Binger Manufacturing Company learn to think wo must look patiently Jane IlarrieL Dorothy Julia Lctitio i bnHdic a mntHilne wflii Hand and porsevoringly at truths wbloh are Emily Angelica Louisa Lucy Frances fjiiaciiiHaHt mm rsnawe Hjiesiaiiy the objects of thoughL N Y Ledger and Caroline 3re all good womanly anr- - iw luvHihie i ravel ere c to names f5 canh i Any one wisliinc a wve of tliw type will please leave Ono of tho finest apple orohards A Dakota hustler who recently vllhe ofiite 18 Firnt slrcst Covnglon Arnold jfe Bro want to ever seen was mulched ovory three or 1 arrived at tho pity of Moxico told tbo t J aytaxjios iiie t buylOOOQg pounds of Wool Will pay four years six inches deep with salt- cabman rat tu It Is sold oaly by orders not iur uiitaiitiaritek price lllOSewDQ4 meadow hay The hens wars turned MoBtazumas15 him to Iho Halls of Ho had hoard tho f 3pok havewoai lo self will iiutl It tolhelrt AapwEtouldbily to giva Jt a thorough 1 phrs and supposed it was the name 43 luiereet to can 8 ttTw sarawuiug over Kural Now Yc rfcer 01 aooioi OjHelcat Reate from Ccn- IratKwtuj-- to AH Points North Bast Wert and South-wet- - The truo slto of tbo Garden of Etlon has boon the subject of almost endless conjecture The throo continents of thfi old world havo been gone over by theologians In seach for the most prob Â¬ able location for It from China to tho Hare Been Situated FAST LIXE BETWEEJf Cincinnati X Absolutely Pure u St lrt St2 7a rH tijid yr KlsI 50011 Plltia f IV ijii UQsrexia GTCS aRAoasaxvt siotfmfr A77- HmtiMm BIRTWVsy How to Make aVailetTof Articles of FiuieyiWork An extremely pretty bureau scarf la of linen ecru scrim Threads aro drawn at intervals of a quarter of an inch on the four sides and three rows of No 1 ribbon ran In It is lined with sateen and edged with lace A pretty and novel cushion for hairpins Is rnado from a babys shoe Every mother knows how precious to her aro babys first shoos No matter how much worn thoy may bo tho moro tho bottor Give them a coat of gluo water both insldo nnd outside and two coats of bronze paint on tho Outside If laced shoes bow a piece-- of cashmard in tho plaoa of tho tongue nnd lacg them up with narrow baby ribbon over tho cashmere Enlt the cushion for tbo top in split zephyr tho color of tho ribbon used For this set up about twenty Inches knit every other row plain and tho altornato one by wind Â¬ ing tho wool around tho first finger four times and then knitting it ini Thi9 forms thick loops making d thick soft pad foi1 tho hilrplnsl Fili the shoo with hair and tuck tho cushion in around tho edges over tho hair It will not bo necessary to sew 1L Another shoo has a blue plush pin cushion fastened in tho top of iL Anothor shoo may ba used for holding jcwolry by fastening in tho top n small satin bag drawn up at tho top with cord or narrow ribbon The bag does not hoed to bo verv deer and is elms I ply fastenodto ihotopffeftheshoeby a4 few Btitchos No matter how pretty a bracket or tho ornament it holds may be it can always bo mado prettier by a dainty scarf A vory pretty ono can be mado from a silk handkerchiof if now and fresh by sowing small plush or gilt I ornaments across thosides and gather lng it at a little ono side of tHe edfito 60 that tho dnds will bo of different lengths Conceal tho gathering by a bow of ribbon which hannonizos Willi tho colors id tho hdndkorchiof Drapo tho scarf over ono corner of your brackoL Pongee China or surah silk may bo substituted for the handker- Â¬ chief if preferred and decorated with painting or embroidery A cheap and yot tasteful cover for tho sideboard is greatly to bo desired by most wpmem One may be1 made of linen crash which costs about 12 cents a yard Cut it long enough so that the ends will hang over about ono quartcr of a yard fringe the ends and over- Â¬ cast tho lace then make thrco rows of drawn work aboyo tho fringe and if ASIA THE j TJftOMEOFFeacoek Throno Mahal the sVeryySetty rDclhVU -- M - I MENDlNd SNfASHEtJ jr HAT FULL Txrvo Is OP FUN m3 V-l- -rt fla Ctaalt FIRM KTEOT ItfEOT GOODS K 8 Hours the Quickest STAPLE Groceries and the Kntab BUnar fVa Ie 4W1 KAitm 4Vl possesses a history dat-Â¬ ing back to tho mythical period of tho Aryans Tho city is situated on tho banks of the Jumna just outsido tho Northwest province and within tho boundary of tho Punjab It has sue cumbed seven time to attack and as often rises again to dominion and grandeur telhl owes her present re nown to tho extnivgant ides and aln jest cruelty of Bha Johan Who swayed tho rod of omplro from 1627 W 1653 or Tho Great Forti the Dowan-i-Ka- s hall of private audience the Moteo Musjld the Mosquo or Pearls and tho Crown bl thd World tho Taj Mahal at Agra built for thd last resting place of the fair Per Â¬ sian Queen of tho ruthloss Emperor all stand as eulogies to perpetuate his name Tho fort is a llttlo less than two miles in circuit and Its walls riso Insldo forty feet from tho ground this iriclosUro aro tho most SUpeflj hrid costly blihdihrfs o liindoosta u En Â¬ tering by tho Lahore now Victoria gate succeeded by a long vaulted aislo which at present is utilized by tho na- tlvo hawkers for tho display of their wares to tho English soldiers who oc- Â¬ cupy tho citadel the hall of public nudienca add tho Pearl mosquo stand out against tho clear Asiatic sky bringing to mind the productions of JcroinO and Coustnnti WhQ have itfl mortallzcd tho sconos Of Eastord iu ury xro omlnont among tneso marvels of mans handicraft is tho hall of pri vato audience which commands an ex Â¬ tensive view of tho silent Jumna and tho monotonous expanso of rolling Tho hall is of marblo open at plain tho sides nnd supported by pillars rich In precious stone arid gold mosaic and carving At each corner rises a ki6sk composed of tho samo material as tho building and tho ceiling is decorated with gold and silTor filigree worki Tho culmination of nil this splendor Is atÂ¬ tho famous tained in tho takt-i-tapeacock throne which stood in tho center of tho palatial chamber before iLs destruction by the Persian Nadir Sha in tho early part of tho last cent- Â¬ ury It is formed of a mass of gold wrought in the form of two pcacooks with dlsterldi tails fasuitmed Id iifQ with diamonds sapphires rubles emeralds and suspended between them a parrot of normal size This regal seat wns porfocted ata cost of 6 crores or 60000000 rupeos nominally about 30000000 Tho Jumna Musjtd I k tho Friday mosquo that day Doing tho Moham Â¬ medan Sabbath contains a largo quadrangle 450 feet square approached on three sides by brood sandstono stops A small fountain in tho center glvos forth a constant stream of cold crystalwator for tho ablutions of tho On ono sldo stands a build- Â¬ faithful ing extending the entire length of tho court surmounted by threo whito mar- Â¬ blo domos which aro capped with gilded spires At tho extremities two minarets alternately striped with sandstono and marble perfect tho sym Â¬ metry of tho religious edifice To westward toward Mecca tho middle building lies open and on Fridays tho vast area Is crowded with worshipers principally men for according to tho Mohammedan education womon havo 10 souls thoy llvo for and aro tho property of men tho koran permitting a man to have four wives to say noth- Â¬ ing of concubines A drive of some hours brings Us to Having passed tho kutub mlnar through one deserted city after an Â¬ other some containing a fow buildings in a tolorablo state of preservation it Is not strange that this tower should seem of such colossal heighL Un- Â¬ doubtedly It was erected in the middlo of tho dark agos and was ono of tho wonders of tho period At tho baso It mensures 100 feet In circumforenco and gradually diminishes in a series of five stories to 30 feet at tho summlL N Y Evening PosL nll Romo of Asia r A reportor was standing ono day last week In ono of tho fashionable bat stores of Brooklyn when a woll drcssod gentleman entered with a hat box in his hand This ho set upon the coun- Â¬ ter opened and extracted from it a silk hat which looked as though tho fat woman of a neighboring dime museum had sat upon iL It was not an old haL far from lL but Its glossy sheen was broken Into wrinkled lines Tho sales Â¬ man who had como forward to wait bpoa tho gentleman took the hat In his hand and examined it closely pressing its surface hero and thero with his thumb nnd forefinger Thou he remarked I It is not brdkSfl Wd can fix it When do you want it said thd To morrow afternoon gentloman briskly nnd then walked out after having bcon assured that ho would receive his hat again at that time in perfect condition How is it possible to restore a hat so badly jammed as that ono is asked Simplest thing in tho world ex- Â¬ plained tho salesman It tho founda- Â¬ Tho silk hat of to tion is not broken day is almost pcrfecL combining as It docs in proper proportions durability lightness nnd strength It Is quite dif Â¬ ferent you know from tho cumber- Â¬ some beavors of pasteboard and fur which Our grandfathers wore HaU bear of that doscriptidn Couldnt being sat iipori and seldom nH CoVdr front such an indignity But it is in tho possession Of recuperative qualities that tho high hat of W day especially excels You seo tho foundation of the crown is mado from a fine muslin which Is imported from MattchStctj Etiglnndi where it is exÂ¬ pressly madd foP ihfl purposed The have tried to make this muslin ove here but have nover succeeded in mak Â¬ ing any which can compare with tho English product Tho chief Accessary quality of this fabric is that It is por-Â¬ ous enough to absorb shollac in just The Way Wrecked Silk Tllea Ar Stede lAok Llfee Now blind they say Before marriage ho certainly Is and after marriage ho needs to bo Somcrrillo Journal Although experience Is an oxcel ont thing It does not help a girl who has had a plentiful variety of it in courtship to a speedy marriage At what ago were you married aho asked inquisitively But tho other lady was equal to tho emergency and At tho parson Â¬ quietly responded age Yarmouth Register It seems you are nover Teacher able to answer any of my questions Llttlo How is this my little boy If I know tbe things you Johnnie asked me maam dad wouldnt go to tho trpublo of sending mo hero Harpers Bazar --Tho oil of black birch is a prod- Â¬ uct attridst as precious as tho attar of roses and is worth about eighty dol lars per gallon As for tho ordinary birch and hickory oil well wo all re Â¬ member what it used to bring Oil Â¬ TH33 CORNER CLOTHIE WCat AT McKEES OLD STAND Cor Main and First Streets - Richmond fr THE LATEST SPRING STYLES AND BEST GRADES OF CUSTOM MADE City Blizzard -- tho reporter They tell me Undo Benjamin What part are you to Yargo Bah Doy said I was too light complected or OphclIr so I Hartford Post plays Yargo sab Ell asked Mrs Potts what Is it that ovory woman wants and no man ever owns Instead of dutifully giving it up and giving her a chance to say a husband tho wretch merely answered tho earth Torre Haute dramatic club take8 Yes as you say Smith Eurrfpb Jios furnished many of thd inhabitants for our coun try but wo in roturfl have doud mdcfa to help swell tho population of Ed English Tourist Ah er in rope Wo Fair American What way haf 0 supplied you with dried apples N Y Ledger A Brooklyn woman was so pldased at the suicide of a despised acquaint aHfe tfidl shd celebrated tho event by hanging an American ilntf out of tho window ot her residence indignant neighbors asked tho police to haul down tho flag but they decided not fd Interfere on tho ground that their au- Â¬ thority did not extend so fari Counsel for tho defense to wit noss Did tho burglar tako all tho Witness money out of your safe No thero was a little silver left From Counsel addressing tho jury this it is quitoclcar that my client can not havo committed tho crime for in similar cases ho was never known to Fliogendo leavo any tjiing bohlnd that you nro ia play in the Coontown OX OTISIMQ Jt I J 33IO STOCK OF Bl itn Express Fair Amerjcau All sizes shapes ages and kinds of m and boys can find precisely what they wan No matter how fat or how lean or ho B tali or how small White can fit you w 111s siim comis cuffs iidem Gloves pi Suspenders Handkerchiefs the proportions Shollac Yes shellac in which tho muslin is first soaked thon wrung out and stretched upon frntnos to dry Tho Bholiad is what gives tho material its initial stiffness and makos it easy to work under tho influence of heat Tho crown is formed upon a hat block around which tho shellac soaked muslin is wound after being cut into proper shape tho odges being stuck togother by tho application of a hot lid tojl is mado of the samo iron cloth and whore its odgd jdlfis witli tho edgo of tho crown an additional strip of muslin is stuck around to strengthen iL Tho brim of the hat Is mode of much heavier muslin which is all joined to tho crown by a strength- Â¬ ening band Whilo tho crown muslin Is ono ply that of the brim is four ply When tho skeleton of tho hat Is com- Â¬ pleted it is removed from tho block and Is thon ready to bo varnished Tho Varnish used Is made expressly for tho purpose and several coats are applied until the skcloton is as firm as an elastic board It is then ready to re- Â¬ ceive tho silk plush from which tho hat gets its name Strange to say American manufacturers have never succeeded in making Ibis plush nnd it is supposed there is something in tho atmosphere which prevents for thoy have imported oven tho water used in Europe but arc Unable to make a dur- Â¬ able glossy black Tho plush Is cut into tho exact size of tho hat it Is to covor sewed together with oxtrcma nicety inside out and then pulled over the hat frame just as you would pull on a sock The plush Is thon damp- Â¬ ened and tho application of a hat Iron sticks it firmly to the body Itis this quality of softening under heat which enables us to repair a hat which liko Brook- Â¬ this ono has been sat upon lyn Eagle ALL ABOUT CARPETS A Salesman GItm Serernt Little Folnts Concerning UN lStislnea NecktiBs TTinbrellas Walking Jane Uf TRUNKS YALISES and everything in his line el d AS Blatter Fassarigoi1 it if it should stop Why dont you get one of those light running stem Betting watches and pitch your old trap overboard Jowolers Wookly Mr Carboy Pipes I bollovo there is gas escaping in my house What shall I do to prove it Pipes Why dont you tako tho plumber Carboy amatch and test tho joints But It might explode in alarm Pipes cooly and blow mo up Well you wouldnt want any bettor proof than that would you Drakes Magazine Employer to new clerk This package of moooy youve just counted Is two five dollars bill short New Clerk How do you know You said Em- Â¬ you hadnt counted tho money ployer I said that to test your hon-Â¬ esty I hardly know what to do about it New Clerk I can holp you out you tako mo into partnership and Ill do the stealing for tho firm and you can do tbo lying and well make things hum Texas Sittings ATHLETIC The Educational EXERCISE Value springing from his Is Captain I crptnin ahoy berth the ship sinking CaptalnOh no THE RODESDALE ADDITION IS NOW ON THE MARKET tho mate is only setting the watch NONE WILL BUSOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE Humph Passenger disgusted I ELSE NEED APPLY suppose hed blow up the boat starting RODBSDALi L P PI Twenty Six Lots 5Qx250 Feej - Will be sold nn following terms Tuenty Five Dollars cah bafotM e in hi ments of 150 on Saturday of each week ti be paid to Dr W G White rV T L Corporation who will reeeit for he mm lary of Ihe Richmond B C No interest will be charged on the purelHfe money until after tbe expir iIh 14 months from dnte of sale llierenfter 6 per eent will be eharged hi tie By this nieOwtd pflrtiea rhh buy and 1 chase money remaining unpaid a good lot nt a small price on easy term- witliout inlereM and free ot n t H Any young man in Richmond can buy one or more of these krfs unl pay I without feeling the burden In the very near future this property will t wo much more than it is now selling at The eity h rapidly extending ii tint q Fur further information Str rectioii and will ultimately absorb Rodesdale ou W G Wiiitk E W Wiggins or Stkphkk D Parkkii Richmond ft K OH RATS er3 who bait their advertisements Has Dont be caught by that cheap bait and clap trap There an- de - with cheese just to go th I CriiiAP for CASH Seasonable Prices THESH OUT LINE -- 28 Indianapolis a CHICAG O -- -- -- -- SMITH POWELL -- sJincinhatiancjSfLouis fx J rrt ire iDsoran- m Cincinnati and Peoria IT- hiiiiii refills noni Why - Please Sead 200000 Poundss FOOL fUTEB JFA tostb hisuak donL What do you mean by tho stand- Â¬ ard Look at this picco of ingrain You see the threads aro in ter woven across and lengthwise Now a third running across wo call a pick Count the number of picks In an inch Thero should be fourteen That is tho way wo mako our standard If there aro ono two or three less than fourteen you seo ho carpet is far more loosely woven and loss durable though you wouldnt know tffo difference on tho surface An ingrain you know con Â¬ sists of Several thicknesses or layers of threads woven together ply as wo say that is two ply carpet- - in two thicknesses of threads and a three ply three Tho three ply Is tho carpet of our grandmothors After having fallen into disuse for many years it is coming in again No I dont think tho rago causes of scurvy was first announced for tho antique has any thing to do about forty yenra ago by Garrod and with it people aro beginning to be Â¬ was adopted by Lieblg lieve again in its serviceability thats The diagnosis of a case of primary alL scurvy presonts no difficulty to ono So much fdr the cheaper enroots who has closely observed a single well tho moro expensive kinds tho Brussels marked caso of tho disease but sec Â¬ and tho Wiltons aro woven on a back ondary casos L e cases occurring in upon wires running crosswise tho tho course of another disease aro very standard is ten to au inch Tho wires apt to bo overlooked Tho patient be Â¬ being drawn semi cylindrical tubes ing already confined to bod tho pains of wool aro lofL This is tho surfaco on walking so great in tho primary of tho Brussels carpcL The Wiltons forms are unporcoived while the in Â¬ differ In this way that tho tubes of creasing feebleness is attributed in tho wool aro woven thlfker ind higher primary affection Laseguo and Lo Tho wires hero have a knifo attach Â¬ groux who studied nearly ono hundred ment on the end and upon being with Â¬ cases of scurvy In tho central infirm- Â¬ drawn by machinery split directly ary of tho prisons of Paris during tho through tho top of tho tiny tube A siege of that city by tho Gormans In rich and plush like surfaco is thus 1870 state with reference to their casos formed Hero you can get effects and of socondary scurvy that many of them delicacy of tints and shades that you would havo been overlooked but for cant havo in a Brussels carpet Com Â¬ their dally oaroful search for Its mani- Â¬ pare theso two pieces and ho throw festations in nil the patlonts undor on tho floor Bido by side a Wilton and their care Dr F P Honry in Med Â¬ a Brussels Now theso are exactly ical and Surgical ltoporter tho samo pattern This Is evident mado of exactly tho samo shade and Cobbte Stone Cultivation kind of wooL That Is not so evident I havo planted a row of quinces along for it doesnt seem so In the least an open dltoh ono fourth mllo long their offoct Is totally dlfferonL Tho whoro the plow and cultivator can not plush and volvoty surface of tho Wil-Â¬ go I first laid down around each tree ton has a 8oftn6ss a richness a a mulch of potato vines then having dollcacy which mako tho Brussols look many loads of stones piokod from tho flat beside iL Still you wouldnt meadows and berry flolds and no othor notice tho difference unless you com- Â¬ uso or thom I made a stono plla ovor pare them directly as wo ihavo been tho mulch close about tho trees and doing This carpet the Wilton is threo foot dlstanL Those stones aro thicker and finer and heavier and oqual to cultivation as far as thoy go handsomer than tho otber but It cost Tho soil undor a stone plto is always just about twice as much An Ax looso and molsL and free from grass minster Oh that is the finest of alL or woads what bottor cultivation Is N Y Malt and Express needed As the trees grow larger U10 limits of tho stono pilea should bo ox A cclontlaj has promulgated tho tended I consider this oven bettor theory that natural gas will gradually than ordinary cultivation for tho roots turn blonde hair dartr Ho sayo the ot tno quince feed near the surface gas generates an aramoaioal vapor ana are injured by cultivation and which combines with tho sulphur la Hovero winters if unprotected by some Uthnir chemically and produces sul lauicn uracils rult Urowor uburotof ammonia Â¬ -- not cat them Quite recently I was called to attend a rapidly growing boy slxteoa years old who had gradually become weak nd nnromic and whoso gums on ex aminatipp I found to bo decidedly tender and spongy He had a comfortable home and was supplied with an abundance of nutritious food but as his mother told mo in reply to my questions he lived almost 6olely upon bread and meaL Tho two patients I bring before you owo their disease to tho fact that they havo steadily refused to cat potatoes although nbundantly supplied with them The potato is one of the best anti scorbutics and is believed to de Â¬ rive this property from tho potassium which it contains in largo amounL Tho opinion thit potassium is a highly anti scorbutic substance and that its absence from tho food is ono of tho SCURVY AND ITS CURE The Great Talus of lotntoet as an Antl Do you know any thing about car Kcorbatic pots was askod tho other day by a An elaborate article on tho Occur- Â¬ traveling salesman of ono of tho biggest rence of Scurvy Among Troops and Its houses in tho trade Prevention appeared in tho PracNot very much was tho truthful titioner for May 1883 In tho course reply of It tho author J Hickman remarks Well lots of tho carpet men es- Â¬ that tho occurrenco of a stnglo case pecially the retailers are in just about among troops shows nogligonce and tbo samo way ho said They can is a reproach to tho authorities I toll if tho pattern pleases them can not accept this statomont without whothor they like tho general effect or a word of explanation A soldier a not but as to understanding the man- Â¬ prisoner an Inmate of an alms houso ufacture as to tolling by feeling or or a hospital patient may bo supplied looks about bow a carpet Is likely to with anti scorbutic articles of food and wear as to knowing haw a yet develop scurvy because ho does up to the standard whycarpet is they of Oot Door Games and Sports Organized play produces a most uso ful effect It trains tho boy to do cor-Â¬ rectly just what ho Is told to do and whilo his spontaneous action is en- Â¬ couraged ho is kept ever ready to act according to circumstances Play is healthful so is tho alternation of montal work and active play In mental action tho brain canters proba- Â¬ bly act much in stimulating one an- Â¬ other in play the muscles are stimu- Â¬ lated by tho brain centers and tho purely mental action ia diminished Thus play is not merely muscular ex- Â¬ ercise hot a chango in the kind of brain action and probably of tho ac tion of tho special centers Even if the fact were not well established tho physiologist would oxpect to find that moderate athletics and success in mental work are not divorced from ono another This is well Illustrated in tho list of scholarships recently gained by tho boys of StPauls school all the ath- Â¬ letic leaders are named in the list Tho tendency to solf contomplatlon which is engendered by the modern system ot competitive examination Is to somo extent counteracted by athletics In the examination the individual wins not the class in tbo cricket club oloven wins though ono individual mar mako tho winning score It is sometimes said that tho athletics make good bodies to tho neglect of mental culture They may be so when too much time and attention aro given to tho river and tho cricket field but it should bo well understood that a d game does exercise tho brain as well as tho muscles though not in exactly tho same way nor probably in tho samo parts as so called Intellectual training A just balance between play and work may bo struck for tho individual by noting what duration or mental exorcise can ba borno without the signs of fatigue following RecreÂ¬ ation of tho athletic kind is most use- Â¬ ful In turning the brain ovorprossed with thoughts to othor modes of ac-Â¬ tion and preventing- - it from continu- Â¬ ously acting in montal modes produc Â¬ ing a cloud of uncontroled thoughts to bo followed by troubled Bloep and dreams Habits of bodily activity aro often tho best euro for sickly states of mlnd British Medical Journal highly-organize- victim inside uso good senses J if away by that parot gabble goods and prices Man or a Mouse Are aYou a judgment Dont liave yor ik If you are man t n Cheap Cheap Cheap bt cotnrjr ii j c We wont talk much but well produce the goods that talk lor and convince you that this is the best place to buy your BOOTS a COME AND SEE USk Respectfully SHOES 41- - JACK FREEMAIff No 3 First Street Richmond Ki Jji o fori OWEN HcZSE S C THA79 MCKEE TRAYNOR Riclixiiorad Iventxiclcy PARK FOB ISi1 4 Ha kirV STALLIONS AT HIGHLAND dam by Gills Vermont 3rd dam y Oray Kagle YfWKT T5TTT TTICQ bRed WllkesdmbyMtH 30 to itisure TTT TTTTWYTCIjt it Inli by Abdallali in sire 01 Rydfcks Hatnbletonlan dam Ztdla Warw jM mack liasliaw Jr 2nd dam by Voorhees AM itysdtcRs H tmuletoniau 50 to insure bv Rfi by TJJtimtH bv wn of M nl brino Plclieo iiod dam Alice Walker by Alexanders Edwin Forest Bird by Crusader eou of Sir Archy 1th daiu by Old CotiperboUoai sJ11 1 sure i GORMLEY SADDLES TV ILL H Our Grand Clearance Sale f Pa per was a perfect sttcees Â¬ w 1HD HtRHfSS CO con- Â¬ Jl till MM e tinue in their elegant house corner of Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky formerly occupied Because by J P Hertidon as a drug store S1I AVPrvwe hat tnAilA nnt w mill uf La lu o -- 0 GORMLEY W iee st mil The Twelve Greatest Poets Perhaps I may be permitted to re- Â¬ capitulate tho list of a dozen English poets whom I ventured to quote as tho manifest Immortals of our British Par nassus They are Chaucer Spenser Shakespeare Milton Dryden Pope Gray Burns Wadswortb Coleridge Byron Shelley Keats It will be noÂ¬ ticed that thero are thirteen names here and my reviewers havo not failed to remind rao that it is notoriously difficult to count tho stirs Tho fact Is that Gray the real thirteenth was an afterthought and I will admit that though Gray ia the author of what is perhaps the most imposing single short poem In tho language and al Â¬ though ho has charm skill and dis- Â¬ tinction to a marvolous degree his originality his force of production waa 60 rigidly limited that he may scarcely bo admitted to tho first rank No doubt tbe explosive force which eggs a very great writer on to constant expression was lacking in tho caso of Gray and I yield him a tender babe and tbe only one of my interesting family which I will consent fe tit row to the wolves The rest ara inviolable aud 1 will doÂ¬ ted them to the last - Eaim4 Goes Â¬ Â¬ Sales men Too ai Harness Â¬ nr ni wiur go Iirown BlaMkd went at 5 ortaLK c iiic it c jtHuewm ivmmu m i i v w Tiiey all went UttvtosL rollofW miucquenuy we have 110 itri---ii- j mntier jtn v MADE TO ORDER of the best materials and by the bost work- Cooling Blankets Horse Boots Wefchfar Sours Stirriins BUT SIMPLY A TKEMHNpOCS STH Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridles Iff O O Dfc Surcingles Gold and Silver Buck- Ies Harness Oils Harness Soaps from the oheapcvt to the finest bJIVy Horse Brushes Scrapers Curry made goods iu endfets varieties Combs Riding and Drivinc Bits Fancy Bridles Trace Chains Prices Lower Than Si name btnngs and everything else belonging to a complete Sad- beard of Ik tlifeoratty wthercify j dlery nnd Harness Shoo Uukw and remember A specialty of lo Old Hits L rl G SW Â¬ Light Road Track Harness WclYillNotBdUndersd ia IVITUJJ I Gortnley mado tho harness with by any in tfotancL TheouMiel which Susie S won her great Bji qMy aretrt vHerf to iaspeot goo1 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