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V it gimniqwijMjgl V Qr Minf -- 1 j I SVO ii I f VwiywJ VOLUME XXI 4 WHOLE SflLEB t ij f i iarcr-j-jwF- ST f GOSSIP German cavalry oAeers heraaftei FOREIGN FULL OP 3 r 6 r r j RICHMOND MTADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY School of Philosophy tt Is a queer rough wood building w ith a sharply pointed roof covering its ugliness with a robe of glossy ivy It seems to be climbing up the hill side and Is reached by a long flight of ehakey steps that threaten your neck Out of breath having reached the perron we turned to admire the scene below On tho right the decaying home of the Alcotts in front the pure while lilies rosed daisies and buttercups far oft hi the distance a broad mead w of luscious clover girt by an amphithe Â¬ ater of wooded heights ou tlie right a dfeuse woodland ol elms and oaks Within the frail tenement had the appearance of a house abandoned to rats chairs thrown about iu confusion models in clay half finished papers lying here and there two ot three desks ou the little platform placed without regard to the speaker and everything covered with the dint of a Â¬ JULY 24 1889 SUNDAY tVorstilpSrj IN NUMEER BURMAH Aro nnd tlie 10FESSI0NAL CAltDS AWILKESSMITH 23ottal Starg oa E t BicC Til LlMITKD TO DENTISTRY JHCE P M nours Smith BuiMing Main Street i ww tu uw h umu JUnCM -- lf C MORGAN Et D S lFFKE Mia plrect over Madi- Htional Bank lUehmomf Ky tf ji e - W CREED D D S KIRKSVTLLE KY f ftJT OftW i Ffnuell nesideace Kverliing Me pertaining to the 41 POk vl HI DR J M POYNTZ ASD SURGEON HYSICIAN OFFICE Second street next to junersu Vhtlt Drug store q W EVANS M D AND SURGEON MIYSICIAN 01 KITE Hooend street DR T J TAYJLOR Yaritioner in Medicine and Surgery RICHMOND KY Oh HOE Second streetover Dykes june22t j rut cry Store MAIN STREET In Luxnns Ml HIGH CUT R JOHN M FOSTER Tlimr TJn EAvxiitie Jf lenee june O Vxt Cur Maiu ami Tales Creek Stairs tf services to the DR PHIL ROBERTS rs his pmfistenal e in drug More enJowcr Main jiily27 ly fizrut RwlimiMMl Ky AY li T SEXSMITH M D MIYSICIAN AND SURGEON WHITE HALL KY ffcrs his profcGoional services to 7 Uic truLlic au5 I3r - R S M LETCHER PHYSICIAN AND SURREON RICHMOND KENTUCKY OflW in Smith Building ihi Main jaiily Street H W BRIGHT M D PHYSICIAN- ami SURGEON - RICHMOND Oftie fctr tr ill KY Sttikli IMkUog on Maiu Spe itl attention given to Microscop Â¬ exaruliialKms of ical iiiI Oh hus tissues Ami flunk of lite human body 22j nutf DR C S HOLTON Physician cad Surgeen Homcopilhic KiciiMOKn Kkntucky C T to nvw Tt M HrtehfK Honrs p hi Special mietitkm 1 i M jmo to 4 nr t UeUO0M eii f WOWW MOd Mil dlffl- iVltontii ire4ed at atte ctj t f Uiink-o-mil HmnwumtMc iMdWiHUi Kent to tai mayW Iy ai jicidrew t DR H R GIBSON Practitioner iu Medicine 51 50 Surgery RED HOUSE KY Attorney at E T BURN AM Xiara RICHMOND KENTUCKY A R Rur F OFFICE with nam on Firt Street jne S tt Attorney at Iaw KENTUCKY same as formerly occupied by County Judje oct6 ly Aliller RICHMOND OFFICE n Fin t street J A SULLIVAN POWELL Attorney at laaTsr C S ICICHMOND KY Olllce on Second Street jiine 22 tf m ThsabisE Gas aai Stean Pittiaj Specially All Aimp Repairing WorkH m la d puiii kept at G JJicliinoiiil Inve irtlerH at Itotiaiiza MiIh ir V G Whites Drug Store 50 49 Mccarty AYItES Real Estate and General Collecting Agency THOMAS tssjT Special attention paid to tle sale a id exchange of Real Eoate and to the c iectionof all kimU of accounts 47 Hew and Original Designs OF ARTISTIC- - MONOMEHTS In Granite and Marble 5 rP First Class OWSST Workmanship AND C0NSI5SNT PSK3S We bave the larieet trade In Central Kentucky and guarantee eaii fuoshm rWnte for Ktees aud informa tion before ordering any otyle of work WM ADAMS SON Importers Â¬ 4M8 EXJSIJTON Ky rashioned gamhrelroofed house gray wit If years On the right llean rich grassing ptsture and on the left a lux- Â¬ 1 a tefielier xplen true TlMHigh iKThtk Josuiylaoiln uriant garden of beans peas corn and hind Ami be atone lfwliicts Oie mhul strawlierries A feuco ot big nfugh A iH4stTnoro on do stone surrimuds the place and the Some Imagine wlmt cfleeta wmild be large gate which stands open ia be Dt know tliem not Iu reality t ween two immense granite columns For who conld Jufl e Hmt lgs ndt tried -- The extensive dealers in We appreached the house but a voice That rieetliiE lafnaUig poor Wldcti tlirlltH the two Iwieath a Ixiwer from upHtairs Informed us thit no vis Wlwn eoiiwmi that thoy are not eyea itors were admitted We departed and Uy any have llio friendly moou lingered among the tree Wearing WIio vrllliu noKiMiluVltsopn v doubtless a disappointed air Present t In InitU IU not nentli every bower ly the same voice invited us to go Ihrt only Sii UiaiuoH ut Man round to the back of the hou ie where When loeast blooms adorn Miedny they could Fee lite cluuy of Elllt rson Whettwtly flies the UeatlHg Ijour WtHKi rneajilight UdetiM vrtth pM furae al No 104 West Main Street JintHI Hawthorne We elitdlv accented Rirhmoiul Ky lwve received IstJfled lljnwgli swet the invitation In the orchard at the dt ail HiIiik more WIks bestow their hacK of the hou tc are the giant old On youili Mwoepllble to eharrA npple trees made famous by Emerson Tlirfu olaji his fave wlltiin Ills nns and Hawthorne We crept cloee up Beoealh tlilHlwwer of May O nounder the wiinjuw of tile room hi KnrrnoOnntit liulcuwl with perfume IsMealiiiR llironsti sweet locaxt Woom s which limerSon wrote Nature aiid TlMjog memory treasare eery thing Htwthoriio wrote Mosses from au Old Of IlKHigbt qinotlon pluuiro Juy Manse The room is iu the second and it is much larger Hinn they Of fairy form anil glances eoy story aud has queer little windows It cohl not tell nor poet ring liave oyer before handled Cut - The While we were alklng softly a tall TrwsTmooutlglirmidrferfumea their prices are no larger than bewoman of robust build with strong that fcofily steal through locuH btooius fore They have intelligent features dressed In a black IWaibt yoo my friend as many do skirt white dressing sjick black lace That irfcct liapplueMi and Qrads Forever relun Jn heaven above fichu over the head came to tlie door Try tbH and you wHl aay tis tree She said It was not her custom to ad Â¬ OF IfjnoouUghtludened wIUi erfunies mit strangers because they were some Â¬ Kre ur Meals throucli lucuMa blooine times very impudent IIOKTON plucking her that the public could wish Their rosPs and other flowers despite her IX LITKUAKY F1ELDS- line of GENTLEMENS remonstrances She told us a great ileal about the Emerson family 31 Uc G Forman Writes Ahoat Jlrs William Emerson the grand nther You Knuw v- of Ralph Waldo Emerson being killed ifoSTON MAS6 July In the war of the Revolution his widI had long wished to visit the town ow married tlie ReV Dr llipleyi who of Concord Maw enilearaMoAnifcri bought Ule did Manse from the caus by lib literary aud historian Emersoiis and tt is still iu tlie Ripley is especially full The mo in At last tlie tipportunity ar- Â¬ family Miss Ripley the lady so kiud Congress and Bullous AlBoGoat rived The tiny wan a smile of June to us is a cniifit to the great Emerson and Kangaroo Both UteaUty on llni morning IiIIIk meadows She told us in wh at holy terror she and her cnuti Waldo stood of their powdered with dainiet and buttercups Frciifli anii American Calf thebcent of clover hi the airuoteofbird Aunt Mary Woody Emerson who and a ringing aud sweet UreeZe refresh Â¬ always boasted that she was in arms at The new and popular Ooze Calf ing and delicious A churming lady the bittle of Concord as her father fioiu Philadelphia joined ine ami at took her then ouly two years old iu with Tanfox iiineolick we left Bosjon reachiuK his arms to n place of s ifety She was S Couutirdal ten At lifst viv it seemed a a woman of masculine intellect and wood of dark glossy folp tge but bn fetl Iter mind on sucli works as Miltons THEY HAVE ALL THAT nearer approach the straggliui Iioutes Platos Aristotles Miss Ripley Invit- Â¬ into the house showed the the The Afford leeped through smoke lree tos and the ed us of Hawthorne and that of us theÂ¬ pnilor Emer blue curling announced Trench Medium and Common quaint quiet town Concord might son the tthting J ooni u ed by both Sense heels in Oxford Ties Low tit for its portrait a a New England in which are the quaint tall straight Buttons Newport Ties and Brazon town It rets at the fool of wooded back chairs of K iVoIutiotary times height and has long avenues of noble TheJItlle rooms are tqiinre With low Adonis Buckles el 111a that give dignity and beauty ceilings and while walls The hall is a Beautiful lakes or KLids as they mod narrow paisage way and tlie stair estly call themselves one of winch ease so niirrmV that witlt dilliculty one Walden Is as well known iu our liter- peison cm pass another Miss Ripley ature as Windermere iu that ot Old gave us permission to pass through the THEY HAVE THE England he iu their rocky basins orchard and meadow at the rear of the Knox Stcison And through the green meadows Hows house to lbs spot of the famous battle orratIier lounge the gejitle Mu3keta We sauntered through sweet clover Manvick and the Austin Drew quid likuau English 11river liektug its and tangled graaj to dragsbanks of the grassy margin with its waters that fciud of bovine Musketaquid both lutrdainTsoftA Full Link of placidity and contentment Upon its through tlie meadow We clambered bosom the water lily spreads its broad to the top of the great rock overshad Â¬ leaf and rears its beautiful crown owed by elms aud watched the pretty In every grassy nook of ths lovely boats floating on the surface of the town the daisy lilts Its stiowy head water listened to the ripple of tiic including Monarch Shirts E W aud tlie buttercup its shiulug ietals diug wavelets aud iuhaled the breath and Coon Collars and Cuffs The pot thus enhanced by natures of the lillies Almost u Parnassus for inspjxntion the Old Manse NECKWEAR IN PROFUSION charms can show a recoid wnrihyof Concord bridge the Minute the famous Man the its plijical attractions Every house Gloves in rcat variety An as- Â¬ hill top dell crag and piue arpude is alialt of granite to the men ot 75 ail sortment of Silk and Linen Hand- touched with geuiu The library eon in View A few steps to the Iwttle kerchiefs lams bunts of Ctnftprds illustrious au- Â¬ ground A wide stone fence separates thors Emerson Hawthorne and II the domain of the Old Manse from lie Hosiery of Every Grade D Thureau aud the glass cases t how Lexington avenue through which tlie UMBRELLAS in silk and other inauuscripts of works now known Bristish marched April 19 1775 In the center of the avenue near the w lierever English is sMikeii goods with assorted handles As wo approached Sleepy Hollow bridge is a grasy plot from which Elegant line of Shirt Jewelry at the highl of the hill tops reared arises the shaft of gray granite to mark 41 40 with iues a solemn awe stole over tlie battle ground By the stone wall us It seemed a hill fresh from the lie the two BrltMi soldiers that It II haud of God girt with noble oaks aud that day The story runs that one of crowned with lofty pines Around its these left wounded was killed with an base stretches a sunny meadow where ax by the wood chopper from the Old We Climbed Manse who rushed from the Wood pile Notice is hereby given that T J is many a tufted mound Curtis S P Rs J Stone Walker to the hill tup where lie the great o the scene of the conflict when the XV L Crulcher and J P Simmons dead At the head of a grassy mound first gun was heard Beyond the liave incorporated the Silver Creek and stands an immense quartz boulder bridge is the Minute Man a beautiful Barnes Mill Turnpike Road Company the 10 construct a turnpike in MikUhoii from the White Mountains iu which bronze monument representing couuty running from the Barnes Mill are imprisoned the suusets of the ages farmer with his back to the plow turnpike the Lnnciisier turnpike at No chisel of man has marred its rugged graspitlg it with one band and his or near Silver Jrrek The cwpltnl gun In the other Mock of the Company is two thounud beauty but lough and grand as it came dollars per mile hut may be increased from the haud of nature It bears no IJy the rude brldse that arched the flood by vote or stockholder and is in nnmeL but everybody knows that Their flg to Aprils breeze nnfuiled Miare of 60 each paid for in money Emerson lies there We sat and Here once tho embattle l farmers Mo jd And Cred the shothenrd round tho world Tin Corporation pIihII run 25 PHts irom April Bh 189 The hllnira of watched the witchery of the sunlight Thepirit of that day seems to hover the Conipxmiy eliall he mauaetl by a upon the t loue repeated poems- - of there One can almost hear the tramp board of live directors who shall elect Emerson aud talked of his beautiful Heerelary nnd Treasurer life A few steps beyond U the Alcott of the British and tho hurry of the tLf Prtfident and flmll be elected annually on the lot marked by five small white head- Â¬ Anierlcjn farmers liret SudintHy in April The IndelittMl The next place to which we went ness of the Coiufwiiy at no time shall stones Here lie Mr aud Mrs Al was the home of Emerson It is a exceed saOO per mile and private prop cott the Mr aud Mrs March of very pretty white cottage of two stories ertyMiall be exempt- - from debts ol the Little Women Elizabeth Alott Company green shutters partially hidden one with the Belh ul Little Womeu CURTIS by the foliage of two large other faster and Miss Lotnsu MAlcott b P ROSS that stand near the gate A J STONE WALKER These simple stones are just what one W fi CRUTCH ER would exnecL from eueh a family deli white marble pavement leads up to 4 7 J P SIMMONS cate reflnedf learned devoted to the tho house We approached the door w ith snowy locks happiness and elevation of man and a venerable lady custering around her browdressed In a - What a contrast between the simpllei- - heavy black silk wJU fipojiess Unen at rty llertTantrthe pntnpons piles of mar ble iu rthe meadow below bearing neck aud wrists came to meet 13 She Co S W Cor 7th names unknown W E GrinslCd life jlau thorne was ro fraH and tottering from age Main fits Louisville Ky gNve isjacross thrf path marked by a Ufat slie could hanily stand Inlier CiiEsisiUV willhein like small stone over which creeps the we recoguiz d Mrs Emerson She OurMu Richmond every comity court day periwinkle Hear we talked of the told us that It would a lord her pleas- Â¬ Will call 011 county merchant at their biit the had abandon weariness wretchedness unutterable ure to admit us W E GRINS TEAD CO stores yearnings weird dreums that ever ed tliecilfloin She seemed incliued tu talk but we feared to impose on her haunted the life of this erratic genius kiudne s and departed Beyond the But gate acros the road is a cluster of There lu seclusion and remote from men Thfc wizard bead lfeiwkl rfHnulsiinelms aud oaks The Way- sid- lilch at the topmulpeeiMetfiuI he pen the home of the Alcotts Is a GH1CKB AiHtleft the tajc hattVlld x swee old houae with a little porch Natures darlfugIIes iraarT But I over which climbs a luxutiaiit vine do not like fils toinlfc lojie Hijnry D IC Cholera jCure ranis close to the foot of a wooded Thoreau is engraven upou a jKilialied height that towers above it On the column ofgranite with tlieuHiuu of right of the entrance is a majestic elm his family rtienTs that thh rugged stretching its long arms In a protecting child of nature ever Jiaunllng the manner over tho house Everywhere hills the stream the wild 6WalIow and In the yard are daisies buttercups ateVlake and jMiiej Tiould have a clover aud over old tumble down sumv stone peculiar o 111 mFi rugged ftnd mer houics climb ro3es and honey- Â¬ fresh from natures quarry Every- suckles where beautiful vistas greet your eye To the right of the house adjoining long arcades of pine through winch its domain begins that dense wood of the yellow sunbeams quiver through Norway spruce which extends to the brawny arms of giant oaks glimpses of Hawthorne home Ou the left of the the quiet town aud through the dense Alcott house in the same iuclosure woodluud 011 the other t ldo of the it HI situatedtwenty yards farther back on glera9 of lih on Jhe river What a tlie side of the hill is the house in beautiful garden nature has made fur the Thousands of dollars worth of bur favpred children Iueyer saw which The famous school of philosophy Wayside U the scene die every year from Choi 1 anything In Europe tooompuro with met chickens of Little Women and the house era It is more fatal to chickens than iu so suits the story that one looks all other diseases combined But the No abbeys gloom nor darfi catliedral over the way jforj Jjurie but Woops discovery of a remedy that fositivefy cures has been made and to be conÂ¬ Ho winding torches paint the nttdnlght there is only a stretch of meadow aud z a weird line of blue hills Here Mr vinced of its efficacy only requires a But here nature has her own sweet Alcott had his theories aud visions and trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for will The spirit of the place seizes yod Louise M Alcott wrote her stories one hundred chickens It isguar linger and aniid If after using tweihirds of at once and you would our idepa to lin- Â¬ thatcbarm and deligh children The the house haa uiifortuuafely passed rum the buyer is not thoroughly ger We next directed a bottle satisfied with lfas a cure for Chicken Old Manse Ah avenue o elmi oaks the Alcott family Prof Jlarrls the Cholera return it to the undersigned and hickories gnarled with age guard didingUisbed educator owns- - it Wb the approach gladly availed ourselves of tlie permis Â¬ and your monev will be refunded Above the tree topspeeps the oJd- - sion to go 3uto the house used by the BROOKS STOCKTON 19 18 LUXA LOVE AND LOCUSTS HII Por Tub Climax ailace Rica Why Katuryi Whore have you been asked her mistro6s Been My goodness maam theres a fire down t the square tho awfulesl fire you ever sco Moron fivo hunded folks stanin round lookin on an the craziest lot o fools my Why what do you think thoyro a doin Putting out the What Katury PUN J Sloes Gits il Frtsli Ms Oats Â¬ flroPr No and thats the wust ont ThoN thov bo follows with big hats on an red shirts an- - thoir sleeves rolled up stanin round a kind of a biler plln bit coal an blllrt that tlioiC water fc loro thoy put it ont the firo - Â¬ -- -- ltblxqi Spring and Slimmer Stock Â¬ Every and Variety ke BOOTS SHOES LACED CALF SKIN SHOES r Â¬ LDES SHOES Best Markets IN HATS GENTS Â¬ Finishing Goods Â¬ Notice oMitorporilioi TJ horse-chel-im- Wholesalefirocery1T ff AHTEIL5ir is w m p Â¬ Â¬ Boiling tho water Why Katury it must bo a steam ongino Steam engyno I guess nott Them fotlera thoy jest wont to work kinder bool an collected an got a lot 0 coal na stuffed It In underneath their1 bildrj an1 thcro they was billn tho water and harsoft an not gotn a step toward that fire I A discussion as to the height of jest stepped up t tho policeman that trees in the forests of Victoria elicited year stands there an says I May be thoy Burmese flocked from Baron voa Mueller the govern Â¬ The home of Hawllnrne is next call us folks from Down East green Sundays nil tho pious to contribute a share toward tho ment botaflittt the statement that be door to the Alcotts It is more pre- Â¬ but if that ere aint tho greenest thing expense of remodeling and enriching saw one of a height of 535 feet The tentious than any of the others being I evor soo my name aint Katury BarÂ¬ this ornnmont There aro two or three late chief lnsiectorof forests measured a very Urge light brown cottage with ked says I layers of a leaden alloy inside while one fallen and found that it wae 385 Green says he kind o careloss dark brown trimmings It is very outsldo these are covered with a layer feet long grconr near tlie gate and fs overshadowed by Whats stoppin to bilo that wator foro of pure gold about a quarter of an inch The commander of the French Na- Â¬ A the hill covered with dense Norway thoy put it out tho flee1 sayS L Nd thick and densely encrusted with gems tional Military School at St Cyr lately spruce Here Hawthorne wrote some sir says I yo a solemn Â¬ Tho romeltlrig dont ketch the folks conducted by tho Is poongyeos ceremony issued an order forbidding card play Â¬ or flur ing He defends the order by assert of his books and from here he set out down in Maine doin a stupid thing like with Franklin Pierce to find rest for thatP An that policeman ho laughed mosc elders a select committee of ing that playing for mosey was so eoHi whom gather and control the public men in the school that young ea of the weary yearjiiug soul But when right in my face the lovely town was white with The joke was so good that tho family funds Clad in flow ing white garments Â¬ no fortune had frequently mortgaged their pay for five six and evea ten s they bore him through wero soon all in possession of it and the poongyeds gather bohlnd a bamits streets to Sleepy Hollow I could Anally Sid tuiccdoto based upon it crept boo barrier inside n kind of square years after leaving tlie college to pay offerings of the gambling debts not but contrast the res tie Mess and Idlo ong of tho riowspapers This tent and receive the A German traveling on the Lake printed ntlecdote Was shown to Katury peoplo whioh vary from a diamond ivretchedues8 of this home with tlie worth G900 rurWds td a few pice a Oh dear dear bt Come recently gave a waiter a paper sho exclaimed sweet content and happiness of the the cording to the Itll got copied into tho York County The high caste wealth of lady donor Of diamonds tolling him that it was a Alcotts quiet Wayside The hou e comes tip and made similar presents to Burmese papers an whatll 1 do then h s passed into strange hands O Katury said her mistress to forward nnd unclasping a costly bangle others The police asked him some A trip to Concord is not complete reassure her you see there is no set with gems hmids it over to the pre-Â¬ questions and he replied that he lived without a trip to Walden Mind It is name givon in this story it just says siding functionary tho magnate strips upon diamonds and be paid with dia Â¬ not far beyond the village church that a country cousin Nobody could tell his rings from his hands and they monds whereupon he proceeded to too go into tho melting pot where the swallow several of the precious stones this blue eyed Walden smiles tenderly it was you upon its neighboring pines Through Lands sakes maam said Katury poorer people contribute small gold He was locked up in an asylum and his sunny fields and meadows of clover shaking her head sadly tho minute rings bangles necklaces pins etc friends sent for He had nearly flfty we drove into a dense wood and soon thoy see that down in York County down to rupees annus and pice In the thousand dollars worth of diamonds la Youths meantime in tho forepart of the inclos his possession at the time we saw through the trees the light thoyd jest know twas mo uro which is richly hung with all tho The population of Kamchatka gleaming on its blue bosom This lake Companion native emblems such as umbrellas which was carefully registered in 1878 has added to its charms fur one who THROAT DISEASES feathers vases quaintly colored car- Â¬ and 1879 shows a regular decrease loved these haunts built a hermitage pets long muslin leaves covered with since 1741 the population seems to bave Itevclattont or Science Concerning ToQ here In an open space is a pile of Ultls and rblccmonls spangles and gold and such like two reduced to oue balf of what it atones that travelers have brought j reporter started out recently to charcoal tiros are being kept allvo been 1 18 years ago Years of scarcity was there to mark the xpot where the rude find bill how extensively tonsilltis was with blow plpes in which aro to bo of fish the staple food of the popula- Â¬ hut stood There Henry D Thoreau distributed in San Francisco and seen cruciblos full of molten gold At tion are quite common Ia such cases lived two years and two months com learned that It is quite prdydlcdtt tia it six oclock the gold is cast Into ingots the Lamutes and the Koryaks usually muning willi nature and writing for is in fact in all coast cities As a rule nnd tho final nieltliig trtk3 place ori bring to tho Kwuchadales a number of the world the secrets of her chamber it provides a larger rovonuo for tho the last Sunday of the three their reindeer but this voluntary help Tho crowd of spectators pressing is net sufficient to prevent starvation There Inn footpath from the stones to doctors in tho fall than at any other timo of year round tho bamboo barriers is o f a the margin of tho lake worn by bis Rev Dr J M Buckley writing of Perhaps tho most interesting dis- Â¬ very varied nature Gayly decked Spain says feet Bribery is general in covery made by the reporter was an Burmeo girls with faces plastered doae thing We sighing said our Pan Is dead argument against tho practico of over with white paint if of high rank Spain Almo t any more ean be forty othor Ills pipe Jiangs inuto beside the river than with a fee Not kissing which it is learned is also the hair turned up over the head and Around It wistful huiibeiims quiver of the taxes levied by the quito prevalent in this city If a clad in orange and brilliant colors per cent But musics airy voice has fled Mayors government can bo collected Chinamen in huge of cities get rich in a year One at Such a haunt was responsive to tlie young lady with a sweet rosebud naked children spirit of such a man A more beauti- Â¬ mouth and a voice upon which phlofi hat ss2 loose coats with yellow oily least of the nvo tt important cities is monis has fastened itself bo kissed complexions Shans in black clothes No one will lend ful luke I never saw except iu Switz- Â¬ phlogmonls will bo tho prico paid by Pathans of fine stature and appear Â¬ destitute of credit erland It seems a bit of blue sky it any monev- - Spaniards so distrust the one who shares with her the dual dropped into a chasm margiued by bliss There Is cdntaglon In her sweet ance Parsecs from Bombay of a Sem each other that money is not forth- Â¬ oiuntetiRHcoi Hlnduej coming for great public works The pine clad hills robed iu blue mist breath ami microbes of wondrous form itic coet and English manage the water work balf eastes Sikhs rutDi the We lingered as long as we could and rido to now fields of conquest on her Euroveans ci ail nations are to be street ears and almost every thing willi regrets bade adieu to lie sjlvan silvery voice and soft whispers Hosts sur- - else In retreat of Thoreau of subtle but riotous bacteria sit and found this motley mas The roundings too aro well worthy of re One of the strangest pieces of ar wait upon her coral lips quick to board mark Surrounding the base of the tillery in Europe is at Mete and is ap- Â¬ tho mustached ono that recklessly PLEASE DONT SNIVEL proaches It is thus plain that greater pagoda are numerous shrines and known by the name of the OrimB precautions should hedge osculation smaller pngodo i fitted with the from the figure of the fabuhMH animal If Tou Ilnvo Itrnn Unfortunate Let tho Â¬ outstdo these wondrous Past Bury Its Dead about in this city and that no kissing mostmusicians carving on tom toms which is to be found among the ornasit playing mental portion of its workmanship Suppose you havo boon unfortunate should be dono until both parties have Suppose tho world has used you shab- Â¬ learned whether or not phlogmonis haa gongs strange violins and string in- Â¬ The gun was cast in 1539 at Ehren struments you see two or three bands breitstein near Coblentz It is 17 feet bily and boon blind to your desorU clutched tho throat of tho other assembled within a few feet of each in length and 3 iu diameter The bore What then Dont indulge in Pblegmonls is a form of tonsilltis Dont snivel Irrigating Tho ordinary oery day tonsilitis is other each playing its own tune if is 104 inches weight 22500 pounds tho wilderness of tho past with tears not contagious In brief the ordinary tunc it can be called Irrespective of Its carriage is 21 feet in length and wont mako it blossom Timo like a form Is n simple inflammation of the its neighbors there too are tho the werght of the hall which it carries chiromancists or fortune tellers as is 150 pounds 12 pounds of powder is Ftout steed is bearing you swiftly tonsils which aro glands in tho throat Napoleon If required for the ehargo along tho road of life Dont turn tho whose secretions aid somewhat in the Irologists and provision mongers you are inoliricd lo be told your char- Â¬ intended it for the War Department wrong way in the saddle and gaze with process of doglutttion It is a great acter and future you pay a few annas Paris hut found dilMeutty in transport Â¬ tristful visage over tho crupper Make satisfaction to know that this trouble- Â¬ and find that you aro going to bo ing it Â¬ the best of the remainder of your jour- some little inflammation is caused by blessed with ten sons and daughters ney bo it long or short There may an invasion of tho glands by hosts of AN AMUSING CASE for nught you know bo prospority and the liptothrax a bacterium which is that you are hospltablo and kind happiness ahead worth all your normal in tho mouth It is a vegetable hearted and above all things ex- Â¬ A Trench Widow Glass H Creates Con generous tho latter qual- Â¬ might have boons sldorabfl Merriment Iu Court microbe which flourishes at all times travagantly Mori who make a royal start in life in the mouth nourished by the saliva ity Is never missing from the catalogue A very curious cause lately came he sometimes die in such squalid obscur- Â¬ and by particles of food remaining in for the wily Burman hopes in this way fore the justice of the peace of Neuilly ity that it would bo impossible to find the mouth Ttidy causo inflammation to screw out another anna or two but Franco Some time ago Madame Plu their graves Many a King has bo of tho tonsils nnd the swelling by perhaps a5 ovule unsuccessfully yctte a widow of fifty but who still Whon a Burman goes to pray he can attaches much importance to personal corao a miserable fugitive aud mendi- Â¬ crowding into tho crypts in thcglands do It most comfortably as ho break- Â¬ appearance had the misfortune in cants if history spoaks Booth havo Phlogmonis is an inflammation of the become Kings It is not worth whllo tonsils but is different from tho ordi- Â¬ fasts in church and puts In a prayer be-Â¬ playing with a lap dog to receive from to cite examples of good beginnings nary tonsolltis in being contagious in tween each mouthful and if any thing it so severe a wound in one of her eyes that have lod to bad endings or of tho inflammation extending to the tickles him he stops to havo a hearty that it came out of th socket Hav Â¬ unpromising beginnings that have whole mouth nnd in tho ulceration of laugh Chicast Times- ing heard much of artificial eyes and been tbo precursors of brilliant suc- Â¬ the tonsils When an abcess forms In being recommended to apply to an ex Â¬ Concerning Buoyant People cess Thoy aro as plenty as black- Â¬ tho tonsils tho disoaso is quinsy port manufacturer in this way named Or berries The worlds annals are full dlnary tonsilltis seldom lasts mora Tamsier sho gavo an order for a glass There aro certain persons whom to of them and you may find them in tho than a week and may bo cured in meet is liko opening the window of a oyo for which the optician charged her newspapers every day Let tho past twenty four hours Phlegmonls lasts closo apartmont on a dolicious Juno 100 francs 20 Refusing to pay this tench and toughon you Let your might loilger add is mora severe charge tho manufacturer summoned day The first breath is an inspiration have beens strengthen you for your Tho disease does notbocomo chrdnic You throw back your locks from your her before the justice of the peace may bos JLhis is all they aro good but each attack enlarges the glands heated forehead and your weary oyes Madamo Pluyeito having appeared for When you do glance along the and leaves them more susceptible to it and ask nothing but to sit down and holding the glass eye in her hand the rearward track let it be to regard with It of course greatly affects tho volco- - let this soothing presenco minister to judge asked her why she refused to a keen eyo tho plnccs where you stum- Â¬ during Its presence and whon gono you All your cares and frets ono by tho bill which Monsieur Tamsier had bled and to congratulate yourself on leaves a muffled tone as a legacy to one creep away and a now life and sent in For a very good reason replied tho experience which will enable you tho singers voice Tho only radical vigor seem infused into evory nerve to avoid such slips in tho future If cure is tho removal of the glands I can see no more with You aro not tho same tho defendant and muscle circumstances without any faujt ot which Is quickly done by thoguilloltnc creature that you woro ton minutes be-Â¬ this oyo than I could before What said the judge did you your own havo been against you Is a little instrument with a sliding fore You aro ready after all to do that any reason why you should whim- Â¬ blade which snips off the gland in an valiant battle with life though you really imagine that you would be able per instant There aro a great many peo- Â¬ had supposed yourself quito surren Â¬ to see with a glass oyo Let the dead Past hnry its dead Did I think so retorted the angry ple on whom the guillotine has dono dered to its potty and harassing neces- Â¬ Tho present and tho future aro worth Certainly I did WiU you be its work and they are generally an sities Exuberant spirits and vitality dame all the days gono by and remember improvement on nature-so good as to tell mo what eyes are for Â¬ It is said needs carry that tho only way to secure either an that when tho tonsils aro removed tho must and courage with them hopeful- except to see with I ordered the eye and they whoso agreeable past or a happy future is to voico is improved and ono or two tones ness Monsier Tamsier norves have been strained and weak Â¬ for use and until use tho present wisoly and wolL There Â¬ aro added to makes me one with which I can see I the upper register from ened by trouble welcome tho breezy fore however you may havo been the fact that the pharynx Is enlarged freshening influence of such buoyant will not pay him a sou kicked and cuffed by Fate so far take The justice of the peace endeavored Patti Lucca Matorna Kupfer of tho people as drooping herbage welcomes Captain Cuttles advice fCheor up Vienna opera house and other noted Heavens own dew and sunshine The to convince Madame Pluyotto that glass Master jntnds from singers and stand by eyes were for others to look at and have parted with this portion their unsuccessful battles with circum- Â¬ of their anatomy forovor San Fran- Â¬ sympathetic chord being thus struck not for the wearer to look through tho brow clears tho eyes brighten stances sometimes learn in tho ond all appeals to her reason of cisco Chronicle and life seems not tho curse wo mor- Â¬ hut finding condemned how to shape them nnd compel hom no avail ho her to pay the bidly thought it but tho blessing to their purposos N Y Ledger plaintiff the amount of his demand Hullo called tho art editor to which its Giver intended it to be N Whon the dofendant heard the decision tho foreman keep out that criticism Y Ledger sho became furious with anger and of DePalets painting entitled Tho BMLIN THE WATER after dashing her glass eyeon the floor Donkey Parly Tve praised its brill Â¬ Your House on Fire sho rushed out of court amid the laugh Â¬ tono and wonderful technique its A Maine Girls Comments Upon Seeing a iant Not the house of wood or brick or ter of the crowd N Y Ledger quality and great depth of feeling Fire Encine Steam and called it a masterpiece under the stone in which you live but your bod- Â¬ It was not many years ago that Ka beliof A man troubled with the big head that DePalot was a foreigner I ily tenement may be in terrible dan- Â¬ complaint feels very small after he hat tury Barker a brisk and talkative Maine girl came up from York County have just learned that he was born in ger from smouldering firggwllich you been cured N O Pleoyune to Boston to look for household om New Jersey and has novor been out of make no effort to quHjjP The great Of course hes nothing danger from impurenrood is that it She found It in a familv the country nlnvment Piraplcs Soros Aehcs and Tains sub Mut a dauber of pot hoUers debilitates the system and the diges Â¬ where the people were willing to When a hundred hoUIea of KarsaparUla or mit to her talkativonoss and familiar Domestic animals in Greenland tive organs grow weak and inactive pretentious specifies fall to eradicate ways she had no idea that she was in must havo a hard time of it sho said Hoods Sarsaparilla combines the best other sera fa In or contagious bleed patron ln born equal Why so ho asked tho family on any other than Because she kiduey and liver invigorators with remember Uint B B B Botanic Bleed Balm term for tho sake of getting a capa- - exclaimed giving him a stony staroj the best alteratives aud tonics all from has gained many thousand victories la as Send many seemingly incurable lusjanees bio and Industrious helper Ono after- tho people of that country havo no the vegetable kingdom carefully and noes Katury was sent by her mistress doors to their houses and whon a man nnderstaudingly prepared la a concen to tho Blood Balm Cos Atlanta Gn for Book of Wonders and teonvlBeed It fa to the square to got some thread which gots mad at his wifos cooking or trated form It purifies vitalizes and the ONLY TECS BLOOD KHUTIBB was very much needed Q TV Messen Howells X Reads Q comes homo and finds dinner ton min-Â¬ enricheslhe blood and tones up the X was afflicted writes nine years wllh Tho errand was not likely to take utes late and no door to slam ho must system giving tho whole body vital- sores All the mediolne IU conld take did me more than fifteen minutes and Katurys necessarily kick tho dog or cat clear no Rood I then tried B lland s bottle ity and effectually guardiug it agaiust cared mesonnd mistress did not think it necessary to across tho room to rolievo his feelings airs 8 M Wilson RoandHoantaia Items 48 the attacks of disease tell tho hustling Malno girl to make A lady riend oCratne wwitroatoled writes with bamps nnd pimples on herfxevaad ha3te But after a long time had neefc She took three bottles ot It B B and At Walkor Ga a few days ago a AGeorgta farmer prevents his cowa her skin sol ran sod smooth pimpbo dbt- passed and tho girl did nonreturn the negro was convicted On very circum Â¬ from jumping a fence by cutting of appeareu nan jier neiui liopravea grouty mistress began to worry stantial evidence He stuck his hand commoted btoed poteen What can have happened to the through a window and a woman lit a their lower eyelxshes matting them Home years ago I ray rained I hud no appetite child I havo never known her to match and looked at It Sho exam- - think the fence ia three limes as high rlwaraaUsm drew an digestion was I eneld ray Hoibs so my throat wasetntettand Use loiter ifmvpt- - anil lew as It really jsQlf ytt cut the upper hardly wait Bpnnsw cave mc lriT n narw3t llnTrt in WUV MUM M noheseat aad limes Hot U M1UU Soon after however the girt came clared thflt it WM the Same thbad lashes a revera Jlluiion- - wl result he I ray lire ws one el torture until I irave B B a inni rdu sarvrcmiis win may seem in muI and breathlfes with xciteinout I pceu varus t iuuu uv tuuiu J says wto of live bottlee ttrt me npple-blos-omÂ¬ famom PugotLft at ltadcoon Perhaps one of the most wudddrful structures that the Orient can boast is Shway is the pagoda at Rangoon Burmese fdr gold or gilded and if the roader can imagine an elongated bulb- Â¬ ous dome drawn out to a height greater than St Pauls and covered complete- Â¬ ly with burnished gold from base to bummit he may get an idea of the Shway Dugon pagoda But Stay he must not forget the Eastern sun blazing on it iu a clear atmosphere causing the eye toUtirn awny from it dazzled by Its supremo brill innctN for relief among the deep green foliage at its foot At the very crown of the spire is Used a canopy studded with rubies diamonds emeralds and sapphires and this agaid is crowned by a gilded flag In which nil the Choicest gems aro set in pure gold This Dag Was recently dislodged by an earthquake and was taken down nnd for three consecutive itnd hpfcetatdr will have to ineiude otoopWehaoigg- In their studied In Rome there are 90 eardinaJs 35 bishops 1499 priests 2315 mme 3000 moaks friars candidates ate At the recent London dtooesaa conference the Bishop of Bedford ad Â¬ vocated card playing in worktagMeaa clubs but rather strangely disap Â¬ proved of dominoes The Boers have whipped Eaglasd five different tlnfefe sod one ot ttoeir propbets now predicts a oocniag war is which a Boer will be raised to the It Is a wh the room to law when the M moon as Ma thumb Terr press Patient Tm not airaM to afe ad doctor but I dread fcoteffbariad alt Doctor cheerfully Dont let thaft werry you Ill see that yon afatt Boston Courier It u a part of the busmeas af taa bald headed sinner to protest the saying that the good die N O Picayune Chops ie all broke m Jings The sheriff has just seized Ma Janes fa that so I market British throne In 1SS2 Iceland was visited by a him this morning and I thought ha Lewelf remarkable saad storm lasting- two looked as if hed lost flesh weeks whieh hid the swt and objects CiUsen The barber annus Ills y Irans an a few yards off like a dense Jog and pR AlMtJSftfWS MSB 4 caused the death of thousands ef sheep Tae bmfcer b M Mm bsjtnsrs Ms VOCS CHHPQb Washington CrMe Winks Has your wife a cheerful U yes very disposition Minks cheerful Last night when I was nana ing around the room on one foot after having stepped on a taefc she laughed Philanaljshat till her sides ached Record lienpeeked Husband reading the paper and reeking the cradle Ahem the hustle is going eat I see Vixenish Wife who had jaet You bet It te aad finished dressing I am going with it You take ear of Booloa that baby till I get bach Globe Honesty is the beet policy mud the eld farmer sententieualy to the audience in the village store Xoi much said the brisk insurance on the cracker barrel suddenly ing up My company has got a pettey that beats that out of sight- - ABti SaftvOft TW MM fiH VVCIi it L - I vllie Journal My friend said a have you ever done aught to make the community in whieh you live the bet I ter for your living in H done much sir replied the humbly to purify the homes ef my Ab continued the fellow beings sclerari raau with a pleased took yea No I etean ear distribute tracts pets Biagbamten Republican He was on the point of pi up using but thought better of It for the mo Â¬ ment and continued tho converaiitinn becauseof an organ grinder ontuhia So When the rausie stopped he said youve never been in Europe Xfaa Ofa no she replied Clara I never expect to see Europe until my Then he continued te wedding trip Harpers continue the eouversatfoa Monthly ll J 1 1 HIS A FediHer RUGGED WAY Meet i TmptaMaa PreI Oftetn Wenan of I He had a rug under his arm as he came along to where a Polish woman stood aC the gate in front of her shanty They looked at each other for a mo Â¬ ment and then he said Madam I havo walked three miles te oiler you the greatest bargain of your life in rug Ja she replied as she went on with her knitting This rug madam came from Tmni ny I dont exactly knew where Smurny i but I do know that it h a sort of Oklahoma where they build rugs which stand in aay climate aad never fade if the dog sleeps on them Madam this rug is only six dollars Ja she replied Only six dollars aad on tlto install ment pina at that Pay neeatlar down and you can then fork the rate of a quarter a week1 Ja she murmured as she changed i Madam do you want to be theenvy ef every Polack in Poietown Do yen want your social status lifted torty tsm pegs inside of forty five minutes If so invest in this rug It tunibhiau beauty convenience utility durability and social standing Madam suhoM the tiger in the enter Isnt that a work of art Ja she answered never even raisÂ¬ ing her eyes While your home hi bumble con Â¬ tinued the man it need not neces Â¬ sarily he devoid of taste One seek rug as this will go further to prove your awthetie nature than four busts of Abraham Lincoln Madam you will never regret its purchase Is K a go JaT Madam do not mfes the gslden opportunity now extended tor you There are rugs and rugs but when will you ever again be ofkued a rag like this a rug right from the fertUe slopes of Smursy for the small sum ef six dollars payable ia installments covering a period of one hundred years if you ask so much Pause and reflect x Jar she answered as she kicked off one of her wooden shoes aad r abb ad her foot against a piekeC farewell a Mag Then madam farewell The opportunity will sever come agaid and you asusnt Mama me I came from Pole to Pole to oner yea the greatest bargain oa earth You havo declined It Hold me blame- Â¬ less And as ha shouldered his rug and west his weary way she kicked off the other shoe looked up aad down the street in a vaeaat way and whispered JaT Detroit Free Press When the summers rose has faded What shall make it fair again When the face with pain is shaded What shaH drive away the pain Never shaH a blossom brighten After bnghted br the frost But the lead of pain may lighten Aad we need net count a lost All the pleasures of life when the wife aud motherupon whom the happiness of the house so largely depends is afflicted with the delicate diseases peculiar to women It is terrible to contemplate the misery extotlag Ib oar sahist because ef the prevaloace of diseases It is high lime that all wotasu should know that then is one sure remedy far aU female eomplatots 1 n and that Is Dr Pierces Favorite Pte seriptkHi Do not aUow Hl beaMt to faster Mself upon yew Ward it off by the use of this standard remedy But if It has orept- - iu put it to rout You can do itby tbeHeKtterSvor Ite Prescription Wj V give satisfaction ia every ease ey paid for it will be returned j It b jtfis sOkwif c 1 ia 1 ie For billfoR3B6s aiek headsebe m- digestion and oonatipnl ion take Be Pteroea Pellets 1 r wmmsmmm w A kWG Vs Jpt fpw3f54iiy5ilSy H9Kf W wrw iBs gp-r- - THE CLIMAX tbe Democrats out to make room for his Republican friends He has ad dressed a oirouiar letter to all tbe store- Â¬ FRENCH TIPTON - - tSonwu keepers requesting tbelr resignations Jtev Dennis Spurrier a prominent nikuwni ararr wrawEdBATur mlnnter of the Louisville Conference The Climax Printing Go of the Methodist church died suddenly at Wammetn Cave Tliuisday niglil Wm G Whit Cii as S Powwx Mr Spurier was mnrrled only tbe day before to Mrs Myra McJohuston at IMUCK PKIt YlfiAlt 150 OweneWro ami was uu his bridal WEDNESDAY JULY 341889 twir Tbe Combs lot on Bast Main street between Tracy Wilsons stable and DEMOCRATIC TICKET KUamlHer Couch building 01 feet front and 917 feet deep was sold this AagMt SkctMo 1SS9 afteraooH at 440 oclocK to Wtn Ford bn Hast Third street at 218 per front FOR STATE TRBASURCR feet amounting iu all to S1320S Lex inclOM Leader STEPHEN G SHARPS C Fayette cwartjr Laukvilte suffered the loss of another af Ms BMMt useful awl most successful STATE SSMATOK eMhwns in the deatli Friday of Mr lit WTTKVIS Joba P Morten w 1m fer many j ears was identified with the citys interests and progress as tbe head of the large JPOR RBmKSKXTATtVS beekaud pubilsiiiHg establishment of WB SMITH Jabu P Mortua Co COMMIOKf Aa unknown Irishman about sixty years old was killed by a train just be B DUDLEY MILLER CONCERNING sold FARMERS In Gcrrard county 122 stock ewes at 860 In Boyle ceunly 3000 bushels of wheat sold at 70 cents One hundred aud twenty rlve horses were burned fll alivery stable In New 5 kw Wiudom Weditestbiy Tate far Tens mtd Smith Vote for W T Tevis for Senator sss for W B Smith for Bepr aeon latiTe Tlw engi tteer saw him ami whiitietl was too eioee to slop Coroner Crawl Am nil aothiug ou his person to Hetilify linn tils head was almost severed from his bady KieboIasvitle Democrat bt preacher Imt a poor jtfophet n Lat j ear be confident Â¬ How caw our Legislature ever ly predicted that Cleveland would he transact any general business so re elected in 18S6 and thut tlie Prolii Jang as it is weighted down with bititHuHs would then become tlie pre Cleveland was de Â¬ focal bills Vote for the new con dombwat jwrty feated and now the Prohibitionists are every where snowed UBder Nioholas From a sunnlement sent nut ln viile Jouraal Vote for new constitution mid lost their lives in the wreck ou the Nor- Â¬ thereby break up the great flood folk and Western railroad near Lynch Â¬ of local legislation burg and it is believed mauy others were burned in the tire Gm Cassias M Clay writes a Ibeerash Only about that followed thirty people rather incisive letter to the Cotiri Hi of the entire train of eigut cars es er voHrnjii ue slices up cer caped unhurt or villi slight injuries Uim elements of the Republican Â¬ Seventeen people are known to have York Sunday In the month of June I F Tabb bought and shipped from ids warehouse In Mt-- Sterling 12000 chickens The ol dip of the United States increased from 00000000 pounds in I860 to more than 300000000 pounds JulSSt The raising of hemp has proved a success in New York Stale and it will probably be grown there hereafter in great quantities Auctioneer Ramsey reports no public sales of cattle at Winchester Monday and only 40 privately They were 1000 pounders ami went at 826 Day generally dull Of the seventeen foals from Miss Russell the dam of Maud 8 only two are dead It is estimated that Miss Russells living produce represents a valuation of not le3 than 900000 The Weekly Crop Bulletin publish Â¬ ed by tlie Kentucky State Weather Serviee in connection with the Signal Service for the week ending Saturday is the most encouraging issue for some Â¬ for several years been perfecllng their picker have made a coutract witii the Chattanooga Agricultural Works for the manufacture of a number of pickers in lime fur the coming crop Mr John P Richardson one of tbe most exten- Â¬ sive planters in tlie 8outhjalter a care- Â¬ ful investigation has agreed to buy a number nud estimates he will save 80000 lit the picking of hfa cotton crop compared with hand picking He says I believe the machiuei iu Its present condition will pick cotton at a cost of not exceeding IS cents per hun Â¬ dred and ns you know wo have to pay cottou pickers from 50 cents to 1 25 per hundred Manfor picking ufacturers Record Â¬ 1100 REWARD 100 The readers uTTjik Cumax will bea to learn that there is at least one areaa ed disease that science has been able to cure In nil its stages and that Is Catarrh Halls Catarrh euro is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity Catarrh being a constitutional disease requires a con Â¬ stitutional treatment PALACE DRY GOODS STORE -- We have just opened the largest and most desirable line of-- Halls Catarrh resee Sam Jones is a good Tbe suit of Wicklilles executors vs Breckinridges heirs which lias been in tbe courts of Kentucky siuce 1811 and has cost half a million dollars was decided in favor of the BreckinridRe heirs by Ute Circuit Court of Fayette Dr Phil Roberts was ou last county which has just dosed its term Wednesday nominated for the at Lexington The suit grew out of State Senate by the Republicans disputed land title the Frankfort Capital containing uw coMAilution of Kentucky and Uw ofldal vote adopting the same we observe that the majoritr in the State was 51351 ia convention assembled in Rich mend Dr Roberts represented Two prisoners escaped from the Cleveland O jtil and while officers Madison eounnty in the Legisla were searching for them two mysteri Â¬ ture some years ago We are ous men in a carriage tired ujmh tbe sorry to say that the avenue police fatally wounding one of them through which he must pass to The police returned the fire killing one ranch the Senate it completely of the men and tlie other escaped Mocxea Tltey were not tbe prisoners and the flair is mysterious TUB CKUHtEH HEX STEAK colored race give Benjamin Harrison a receipt in full for all claims they nave on him and in 1S92 let the self respecting negroes of the South show this nan that they nave rights which even a president Â¬ At Birmingham there is a news was relieved of his oAlee last week and paper called the Courier and it is Col W J Wilmore who has been the edited by colored men In its is Superintendent at tlie large distillery sne of the 15th it says Let the of E J Curiey Co of Jessamine Â¬ Cot Sam M Bordett of Lancaster of the United States must spect awn l4 re- Â¬ T TKVIS MXiXATBB THE SKXAT FR county for tlie part five years has been appointed as Revenue Agent at a salary irf 3600 ami will in all probability be stationed at Omaha Jot Samuel A Walton of Ijoncas ier who lost his chief of division in tbe Treasury Department by reasou of being a Deatoerat lias decided to locate in Washington jermaneutly and lias associated himself witii ex Congretsniaii Joint M GloVer iu the practiee of law Times Pursuant to a call the Senatorial Democratic Convention for the h district was held in the C irt House in Richmond on urJiy July 20th 1S89 Chair t D Clienault called the f rwntion to order and stated its Is Mr J D Winn of Estill t intv was elected chairman and Mr s D Parrish of Madison oountv Secretary Nominations being in order the name- - ot W T Tevis I Shelby Irvine J D Harris J J Brooks mJ others were put forward with speeches by Col Tevis Senator Harris Mr J A- - Sullivan Dr Poyntz Hon J R Burnam and others But the parties whose names had been put forth all asked to be excused except Hon W T Tevis who was unanimously nominated Col Tevis accented in an excel lent stirring speech amidst great applause The meeting then adjourned Col Tevis well represented Madison county in the Legislature two years ago and is a skilled politician a prosperous farmer and good citixeu He said he would ran to win and no doubt lie will He left at once for Rock castle county to open the canvass Dipatch ii i William Blakie author of fHow to Get Strong aud now lo Stay So and Sound Bodies of our Boys and Girls writes in Harpers Magazine for July upou tlie question Is American Stam Â¬ ina DediuitiK ami will make a number of practical suggestions for reforming our system of education in tlie direction of physical traiuing Mai Amos Stick new engineer in charge of Government work in tlie Louisville district has aked for 300- 000 to be expended in improving tlie folk of the Ohio river and 5100000 for work on tlie Indiana chute Maj Daniel W Lock wood wants 500000 for Kentucky river 81311 15 for the Big Sandy and 510000 for Licking Â¬ river Tbe bank ctearltiKS in Louisville ilarins the week ending July 20 were SW34S an increase or 829 per cent over tbe corresponding week in 1SSS For the same periods Cincinnati shows an increase of 18 per cent and Kan sas City 6 per cent No other city whose clearings amount 4000000 or over shows such a large per oent of increase as Louisville Quite an important real estate trans action ha just taken place here Itev J- - Hays Allin of Los Angeles Cal iiaesoM his property near town tbe Randolph plaee for S10000 to his brother-ia-luJ W Allin of the same city TIihi is a very desirable borne and one of the mot lovely of our many beautiful suburban resi dences Danville Advocate w Â¬ MEWS VaMow fc PARAGRAPHS var has made its appear aaee at Mea rheHkyette Ooart of Claims has 54000 for a Bew jail AIH Lee ef Danvflle aged IS yean pj3meat Company has been incorpo rated at Lexincton with a capital stock wasnrowaed ia Dix River Moodar of 100000 The hu tiness of the com far as aseertaiaed fceveateeu peo Â¬ pany will be tlie buying and sellhnr of ple toet tbetr lives ia tbe loed ia West tets in Middleborough Ky the new town at Cumberland Gap Hon M VJrglufa C Alfred has been made Presiden Jas Job T iLeaveti died at Bryan tsviile A Heaciy Vice President and J F aged M years He was tbe last of Blusher Treasurer Bine brothers A negro boy by the name of Will Welle a convict escaped from a rail Â¬ Brabry last week shot and killed an road eamp near Georgetown and was other negro by the name of Dan panmed ami kilted by guards Crouch near Littles Camp on the Henrietta KeDamets was eeateneed Upper Twig Beth parties were rail to iwa years imprisonment for tbe road hands and about all the eviileuco we have iu tbe case Is that Crouch in murder ot Ed J Cress at Maysvilld an idle moment threw some meal on MiaaHey Ann Eaejwuan Crow a Embry for native ef Lancaster county died iu hie pistol fun Then the latter pulled You didnt think and said Boyle eeaatv last week aged 77 years I would do anything to you did you Henry tbe sixteca-year-osea of after which he fired tbe ball euteriug WiHiam H day was drowned Friday Crouchs eye penetrating his brain while crossing a swollen creek near killed him instantly Embry has Paris Ky already served two terms in the pen- A 4bbt sheel of earthquake was leutiary and tbe prospects are that he JeR at Meropnls Teuu Friday even lias a good opportunity for the third ing at 698 oofeok Another siieek Jackson Hustler was felt at 16 2o damttge ia report- Â¬ REPUBLICAN SENAT8UIAL CONVENTION- ed kl Hie Midiileborouiih Liud and Em- - i -- The lesa to Jlfe insurance aompauiee by reason of tbe flood iu the Coue juaogh Valley will reaob over 250 0W 2early 5176098 has already been paid At Gallatin Teas H 6- Dann has sued lbe Western Ualou Telegraph Cempany far S28009 damages fer hav Jiag traasmllted newspaper dlepalohes islaHagthat be was a bigamist A QbMil Jf an unknown Itaillan fell 4lnfrtbj83rTver ftom a steamer at Padu- oahj aad Henry Shehen tbe eolored fireman sprang into tbe water to res- ce It Beth man and obiid went down togetber and were drowned CoUector Goodloe of tbe Seventh district is losing no time in turainz - through representatives at Richmond on the 17th of July 18SCL J J Wil liams Esq of Rockcastle was called to the chair and Prof L V Dodge of Madison was elected Secretary The nomination of a candidate for State Senator being the chief business of the convention several names from the different counties were presented and informally discussed Finally Dr Phil Roberts of Madteou was unani mously nominated and 1n a brief speech accepted Â¬ According to previous call llio Re publicans of tbe 20 tb Senatorial Dis Â¬ trict consisting of the counties of Mad ison Estill end Rockcastle assembled L V Dodge Secy J J Williams Chran Col Bennett H Yonng the Courier Journal calls the fact that grape rot has pearance iu this vicinity Uiis ravaging disease which bos destroyed so many bright hopes of a grape crop can be eflectuatly stayed by the use of he remedies proposed by the Agricultural Bureau at Washington which are first Eau celeste which consists of 1 lb copper sulphate I J pints liquid amonla and 22 gallons of water Second the Bordeaux mixture consists of 6 lbs copper sulpbate 4 lbs freUi lime and 22 gallons water Dissolve tiie copper sulphate and lime In separate vessels aud add the water A larger or smaller portion may be made using same proportions On the appearance of tlie rot spray or throw weeks tlie mixture on the vines with a brush M G Jno G Weisinger sold 1500 or broom The Government authorbushels of old wheat to C C Vanards ities had such conflideuce in these da of Hustonville at 85c John remedies that their Use was etrohgly Farmers Home JourCowan sold his growing crop of wheat recommended fur 80c last fall Our local buyers are nal ofTeriog only 70c to day Danville Office of Greece EjiHry Advocate Cincinnati Union Stock Yards July lst38S0 J James S Stolt has purchased of Ed Dear Sin Below you will find our A Tipton Lexington a half interest comparative sales of shipping lambs in the bay colt Red Liquor by Red and sheep in the mouth of Juue 1887 Wilkes dam Edna Sprague by Gov 1888 and 18S0 Also the average SproRue Red Liquor is entered in the weights and prices for both for the 11000 stake of the Spirit or the Times yenrs and month mentioned Bucks and is one of the best bred colts tn the and cull Iambs not considered In tills country statement During 18SS the amount of money June 1SS7 Receipts at Covington won in purses and stakes on the Amer- Stock Yard- 4430S Number handled ican Turf amounted to 201GSS7 50 of by us at Covington and Cincinnati 32350 Average weight of sheep 112 which first money was 215313850 8S7sfl8 55 aud third Average weight of lambs 60 Average second money SS64o money tlie number of price of sheep 353j Average price of starts was 28331 ami largest winning Iambs 5645 horse was Proctor Knott by Luke Juue 18SS Receipts at Covington Blackburn who wou 09715 Live Stock Yards 02700 Numbar handled Stock Record by us at Covington and Cincinnati Francisco Journal of Com- Â¬ 39578 Average weight of sheep 161 The San merce says During tbe week the Average weight of iambs 03 Average wiieat market has been moderately price of sheep 397 Average price of active with a fair business being trans- Â¬ Iamb f 6F8 June 18S9 Receipts at Covington acted Tlie market for shipping wheat has been ou the whule quotable at Stock Yards 51100 Number handled 127J tD S130 These figures of course by us at Covington and Cincinnati are not satisfactory to the general run 4S278 Average weight of sheep 115 of producers and business will not be Average weight of lambs 72 Average S 94 Average price of very active before new wheat begins to price of sheep lams 646 come in the market iu quantity Very Respectfully T B Ripy lias bought in this Boyle Grkene Ejujrv and Lincoln counties over 200 more It is plain that Spokane is one of large shipping cattle at 450 a hundred for delivery within the next 30 or 00 those equine giants which make their David Patten of Cincinnati appearance at intervals upon the turf days bought in tills county ot Jop A Cohcu aud since his great triumph at Chicago 66 hogs averaging 20S pounds of Ed lie is worth more than any other run Â¬ Murphy a small bunch neraglng 230 ning horse in America Kentuckians of Wm Morelaud 5S averaging 190 and and Teunesseeaus have been faithful to T J McMurry 107 averaging 200 all at Proctor Knott and their empty pockets attest the depth of the devotion 4 cents a pound Anderson News they have lavished Upon he big chest Â¬ Local buyers aud farmers have been nut gelding but it is now time for Interesting themselves during the past them to gracefully acknowledge the week in making estimates as to what superiority of the Montana colt since will be the probable yield of the wheat It has been proven in three exciting crop It is generally couceided that It dtteis of speed If otir representative will be as large as it usually i and had lobe beaten we prefer that Spokane some think there will be a falling off should have been the winner siuce lie of at least one third A gentleman is half Keutuckiau himself for though told us that he had closely investigated not born on Kentucky soil he is of several fields ju which tlie grain had pure Kentucky blood aud dates his debeen cut and be had found an inch of cent from the Bluegrass It is a pity the top of almost every head destroyed that Spokane is not entered in auy of and tlie grain louse was the destroyer the great Eastern stakes where he Midway Clipper could meet the blue bloodsof the New York racing stables Although carry Â¬ Robert L Porter Superintendent of ing extra and heavy weights the ease Census says It Is equally importÂ¬ with which away from tlie pride ant to the country that tlie returns in of Kentuckyhe ran and California at Chicago reiatinu to farm products and livestock proves that he is not likely to meet a should be full and correct The endangerous competitor on either side of umerator in the house to house visit lie the A Ueghenies Courier Journal will make during the month of June Richard Johnson of tho Bureau of 1800 is constantly met with the fact that farmers keep no books and hence Animal Industry who has been travelreturns are not infrequently guess ing iu tbe West with tbe object of aswork Tlie census year begins Juue certaining what tlie coudition of range 1st next and ends May 31st 1800 If and farm cattle now is and what imfarmers throughout the country would provements have been made iu grade note this fact and keep account of tlie of stock says of the results of his obproducts of their farmsduring the cen- Â¬ servations In some sections it Is not sus year it would be of material aid In to be denied that tlie grade of the catsecuring reliable returns tor the tle has deteriorated in a marked degree This is especially true of the extreme Eleventh Census Northwest aud the farms east of the A New York telegram of the 25th Mii souri river Four or five years ago Â¬ sajs The annual sale of the South- what are known as the Oregon cattle down sneep at the fold in Central Park though by no means confined to the took place yesterday Along with tbe of Oregon were by ail odds tbe sheep seventy five fleeces were sold State best to be found on the rauge They They brought about 100 tbe wool being of a sugerior puality The first were nearly invariably three quarters or five sixths Durham ran high in choice of a ram lamb was purchased by flesh weighing 150 to 250 pounds more Wendell Goodwiu of this city for 2150 The ram was three months than Montana aud Dakota stock and their beef was equal to that of flue old Samuel Allyn of Rockport Tex stall fed slock Today halfbreeds are bought ten rams at 100 each S B Newell of Great Barringtou Mass in the majority the beef produced is not nearly so fine nnd the average three at 51150 each Altogether forty weight of the cattle has fallen ofThear one sheep were sold They brought ly one hundred pounds One fact has with the fleeces 500 They were all proved beyond a doubt and that taken away except four that are going been on Saturday by steamer to Galveston is that neither iu a cold or dry section of the couutry should the DurTbe Inter Ocean does not propose to ham be Introduced In the farms in disguise the fact that tbe wheat crop in tbe agricultural belts of Minnesoto North Dakota this year will be far be- Dakota Iowa nnd western Missouri low tlie average ot years passed The formers are still aiming to reduce difficulty is not Jn tbe soil It Is not in rather than to increase their holdings tlie lack of proper cultivation or iu Breeders there are selling off their poor seed but is wholly in tlie great beeves aud steers and replacing them need of rain In some portions of the with horsos country the grain looks well Perhaps one fourth of the area sown to wheat The will of the late General W T will yield good returns another fourth Withers ofFairlawn baa been filed will bring an average crop another for probate It is eminently a just diswill scarcely pay for cutting and the position of his large estate He leaves balance will not be cut at all Such is the interests of his daughters entirely the condition at tbe present time to their own use Ho wishes Fair Heavy rains within the next few days lawn kept up under the management will help the late sown grain Tiiose of his sou W T Withers Jr Some who fix tbe price of wheat may as well one who knows about bis estate esti Â¬ prepare lo pay a good round figure tbjs mates it to be worth 5755000 He year Devils Lake Inter Oceau provides for the education of five or State Fairs will be held as follows more if the income of designated Illinois at Peoria September 23 to property justifies it youug men to go 27 W C Garrard Secretary Spring Â¬ into tho ministry of the Christian Lexlugton Gazette field Indiana at Indianapolis Sep- church tember 23 to 23 Alexander Heron It Wont Bake Bread In other Secretary Indianapolis Iowa at Des Moines August 30 to September 0 words Hoods Sarsaparillu will not do Its proprietors tell John R Shaffer Secretary Des Moines impossibilities KansaB at Topeka September 10 to 21 plainly what it has done nubmit proofs E G Moon Secretary Topeka Min Â¬ from sourcei of unquestioned reliabil nesota at Hnmline September 6 to 14 ity and ask you frankly if you are H R Denny Secretary Hamline suffering from any disease or eflectlon Missouri at Sedalia August 20 to 24 caused or promoted by Impure blood oriowstnte A L Burr Secretary Sedalia Neb- Â¬ Sarsaparilla of the system try Hoods The experience of others raska at Lincoln September 6 lo 13 is sufficient assurance thai you will not R W Furnas Secretary Brownsville New York at Albany September 12 to bo disappointed in the result It 18 J HWoodard Secretary Albany Fire at Bakersfleld CaU Sunday de Ohio at Columbus September 2 to 7 stroyed tbe Southern Hotel forty Address Secretary Columbus dwellings and every business house in The cotton harvester is at last to be the town The loss is 000000 and practically tested The Mason Cotton the Insurance 800000 A large num Â¬ Harvester Co of Charleston who have ber of peopleare homeet Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ j-- diseasenud giving the patient strength by building up the constitution nnd assisting nature in doing its work The proprietors have so much faith In its curative powers that they ofter in a letter to One Hundred Dollars for any case it attention to fails to cure Send for list of testimo made its ap- Â¬ nials Address F J CHENEY- He thinks Toledo Ohio 3 7 Cure is taken internally acting directly upon the blood and mucus surfaces of the system thereby destroying the Ever opened in Richmond which we are going to sell at prices unheard of befon Ladies are especially invited to call and inspect our goods IDIRy QOODS ITOTIOITS ETC Â¬ WE HAVE THE LARGEST STOCKS 4 We have the Newest and Latest Styles and Patterns and also the Lowest Price W e nave a large line 01 - t SSTSoId by Druggists 75c Local Produce Markets BY COVINGTON WEEKLY CORRECTED ARNOLD 4 BRO GROCERS MAIN STREET RICHMOND KY Richmond Ky July 23 1SS9 Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes go also Mens and Boys Boots and She Beef Cattle Butcher- Hogs Sugar Cured Hams Bacon Hams Country Cured Butter Chickens Eggs Wheat Flour Corn per barrel Hay per 100 Rs Oats in sheaf per 100 His Lard Tallow Beeswax illAc 15 45c 14X5C 15c that must We have a Large Line of GSothing whic we have no room for and we shall let it go at your own price at what they will bring hmi 50 1 3 3o65 oo3 50 200 00 752 ice 75oo 5o6o 34C 150200 2040 1 I2c OZHZE-A-I- r and hear prices for the goods on it and they will surprise you Hat at one half cost at S BB 40 OUB Feathers Meal - nmzzi en - Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed Co75c NO O FIKST STREET NEXT TO STOLTTFEIiS CLOTHING IIOUSL TJLBLB get td a t a r cn Call and you f 4o5oc 1 Cloer Seed 75 50 2 25 Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes K4 5065 1 5 75 00 75 Louisville By mover Tobacco Ware House 4050 Market Tobacco Durrelt toUUrlllC Â¬ - Sales ou our market for the past week jut closed amount to 2930 hhds with receipts for lie same period 3141 hhds Sales on our market since January 1st amount to 72006 hhds Sales of the crop of 1688 to date amount to 51809 hbd We have had another weeks heavy receipts tlidugh nir sales arc not quite so large as I lie previous week Prices for hurleys were a little Irre Â¬ gular one or two days but closed firm to day The raius have continued aud we hear great complaint of damage lo the growing crop Tlie following quotations fairly represent our market on Burley tobacco Trash Dark and damuced tobacco 2 50 to SiOO Cdlory Trash S450 to 750 Common JjUgs not colory 4 00 to 000 Colory Lugs 8 00 to 1100 Common Leaf S800 hi 13 00 Medium to good leaf 1300 I0SI8OO 18 00 to Select or wrappery leaf 2200 Â¬ Â¬ THE RESULT IS GOOD A t Our Place TO EXAMINE IS REQUESTED is THE PTJSLICIS BENEFITTED THE -- FURHISHIHG DEPARTMENT AS ITS SERVANT- - WE POSITIVELY HAVE THE iStrencrs Id Aim Is AccomDlishec LATEST STYLES NEW GOOD 1 AND AT Our Great Upheaval Sale was a great success Our objoct was to give the public tho benefit of our advantages in our purchases Wo have sold more goods in the last month than we ever did before The dis Wo have added new friends to our numerous old We will not stop until every man woman and child that buys ones goods in Richmond is enrolled as our customer and to accomplish Iribution was great this there will be Reasonable Prices OUE ASSORTMENT OE SBIRTS COLLARS5GUFFSaildMDERWEe is the most complete ever offered in tnis city LIVE STOCK MARKET REPORT By GKKKNE EMBRY LI r Stock Commission MoroliunlH at Ctncln null Uulon Stock Yanls and Covlnglou loeli Yards i fc Cincinnati Ohio July Good to Extra Fair to Good 22 1SS9 SHIPPING CATTLE Common and Rough Good to Extra Oxen Fair to Gccd Oxen Common and Rough Good to Extra 3 85 3 75 2 50 3 25 2 75 2 00 3 60 3 4 3 5 3 4 2 75 1 1 Â¬ 4 00 3 85 3 00 3 50 3 00 2 25 o 3 SO 3 5 3 5 m price LET UP IN THE BARGAINS we shall continue to offer to the public H - BUTCHER CATTLE Extra Fat Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Cows Fair to Good Cows Common Cows Rough Cows and Oxen fair to bood 3 Bear in Mind that J Streng Never Tires of Giving Bargains U U Jb IN We have in the last few days made 3 o Â¬ BULLS Best Bologna Fair Bologna Fair to Good Feeders Common and Thin Good Extra Steers Fair to Good Steers Good to Extra Heifers Best Shipping 2 2 2 2 1 25m 2 65 5oi 2 00 1 50 00 40 25 manyjiew purchases at our own WILL GET TIIE BENEFIT TBE PUBLIC embraces everything new and bright JLJX W JLAxv you We Make a Specialty of Flannel Shirts f A Dress be it Silk Satin Woolen Sateen Gingham or Calico I am the one you want to see If you want any Domestics I am the one you want to see 2 50 2 35 2 15 2 15 1 75 FEEDERS AND STOCKERS 2 25 2 00 00 50 To to convinced that YOU WANT willwear one isotherbe We can please IF wear no most critical If you want any Cottonades Towels Linens or anything in the Dry Goods line I am theone you want to see If you want a good Suit of Clothes for a Man Boy or Child I am the one that will suit you If you want any Shoes Slippers or anything for foot wear I am tho one you want to see If you want a Hat I can Hat you the Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Common and Thin Stackers I 75 2 COWS AND CALVES Best Grades 33 oo35 Fair to Good 20 00 30 Common b 00 15 BestVcal Calves 4 4 25 Fair to Good 4 3 75 Common and Heavy 2 2 00 HOGS Select Butchers 4 40 4 Fair to Good Packers 4 3 4 Good to Extra Lights 4 55 Light Pigs 4 55 4 SPRING LAMBS Extra 6 5 90 Common to Good 3 50 4 50 25 00 00 OUR LINE OF HOSIERY can not be excelled in sizes prices colors and 1 00 50 00 50 45 45 65 00 00 in every shape style size and color and the man or boy whom we cant please will have to wear a bonnet OUR EIEBCHaNT We carry the Best Brands of Hats If you want a Carpet I am your Carpet Man Ifyqu want any Flannel Over Shirts or Underwear of anykind I will ficyou TIL0BIH0 DEPABTMEKT Ta inspection of goods and prices is perfect in every equipment we invite Â¬ Men Boys and Children will find just what they want and For Prices I refer you to my locals found elsewhere in this paper as a sample of what I will do If Low Prices Polite Clerks and at their own price in our CLOTHING DEPARTMENT Ye are prepared to furnish you with a complete outfit and know ve Good Goods are any inducement dont fail to come to the GREAT will do it if you are a man of taste and consult vonr own in BARGAIN SALE which now begins terests As we cant mention everything call and see for H S2- - J STRENG yourseii Ky covararrar 1 ffiain Street Richmond 213 West Main Street Richmond Ky mitohell 0 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ The Chief Xlrnion for the great sucÂ¬ cess of Hoods Sarsaparilla is found la tho article ItseU It is merit that wins and the fact that Hoods Sarsaparilla actually ao compllshcs what Is claimed tor JtJs what has slven to thU medicine n popularity and sale croaterthan that of any other sarsapa- or booa Purl 1VIGIIL VVIIIS fler before thepubllc Hoods Sarsaparilla cures Scrofula Salt Bbeiun and all Ilumorj Dyspepsia Sick Biliousness overcomes ilfadache That Tired Feeling creates aa Appetite strength Â¬ ens the Xcrves builds up tlie Whole System Hoods 8nrnpurilln Is sold by all lrng sts 1 six Torts rreparedbyC I Uood Co Apothecaries Lowell Mass 20 29 HARNESS AflTD No 26 SADDLES ADRUFF EAR Second W LL PAPER GORMLEYf SADDLES The old and reliable Saddle and Ilarness House of Garuett House stock of Street next to has a complete Our Graml Clearance Snle of Wall Parier was a perfect success m HARNESS CO n Winexliu aro authorized to announce the perrons wLiwa namcM are found below for the oOlcea Indicated subject to tlieaoUou or the Demo- Â¬ AVe cratic party Lu Â¬ FOE COOKTY CLERK J P W HILL OLDHAM FOK JAILEB Â¬ JOHN F WAGERS JAMES LAOKEY SAMUEL BiaOEnSTAFP THOMAS S FEUBHLL JOHN HILL A J BItOADDira OEOItUE W MAUPIN a A W Â¬ C It TfDOR JOBLTEMBPY J J FOR ASSESSOB WILLOUCnBY HAUVEYr DCRiOE J COXWAT DOZIER FOIICODNTV SUPERINTENDENT B HAHB1B RS A T MILLION Gentlemens ladies and Saddles kent in slnnlr Harness of every description trace unams names Uackbands Bellybands Collars Collar Pads Hame Strings Plow Lines Blind Bridles Whips and other things used on the farm Only experienced workmen employed If you want a Saddle von lim a hundred to select from ranging in price irom 4 upwards If you want a set of Harness you have a 150 sets to select from rannncr in price from 8 up All prices of Plow Gear from the cheapest to the best Some- Â¬ thing entirely new in Cnrxv rinmti The handsomest lot of lap Cloths over brought to Richmond 41- - used bovs Â¬ Saddles frianufacturedto Order and none but the best material Blankets Whips Spurs Horse Boots Curry Combs Scrapers Toe Weights Soaps Oils and everything else needed by persons Who handle horses WJiTCHMAKERJEWELEB Saddles Harness Bridles nor af Main aud Second tnrerK Richmond Ky formerly occupitJ Because we had made up our mlud to by J P Herndon us a drug store aell every roll of the last seavms goods no inntter at what price they had po Brown Blanks went at 5 cents to to Ihe fluent Ernbohfed Golds at 15 ce nte Ihey all went the last roll of them Coiibequently we huve W ZE3I T9 tinaein their elegant houe W C GORMLEY tor Watches loOM Birr aiMpjy Hoods Left O DEALER IN a tremendous stock of Clucks Jewelry Silver aud ilated ware etc Special attention given to EfKW OQBS Â¬ from Ihe cheapest to the finest hand made good iu endless varieties and at BETTING DIAMONDS Prices Lower Than Ever heard of In this or any other city In the Union and remember AND OTHER PKE0I0U3 STONES REFAIRXSXT Silver 1 We Will mt Be Undersold Promptly done and In a workmanlike by any in the land The RUbHe gen manner aiy are invutu to Inspeat goods aad prleea YourobedtentserYunt Cash Paid for Old Sola ana DonLfnrcrnt ttta i to the Post oujce Ittelnnoud Ky ntu GEO M W1LLG1NG jan4 lf Decorator in Painfcand 321 -- - Btr men Cooling Blanket Horse Bn Toe Weights Sjwtg Mnzales Trace t au Collar Pads ColfarsBIind Br Jl Surcingles GW una Silver F-- -i les Harsess Oils fineness S v Horso Brnsba Slrapers 1arVv Combs Riding aad Driving F -Faney Bridle Uu Hame Strings and evervyu else belonging to a com en dlery and Harnete bhop specialty of Light Road Track Harness Gorraley made tl harness will whisk Susie S wou hr grea- B falo race and ategthat with wW Bsli Vara raked jtetvelf from 500 to 5000 ALL WORK mRRATE Sur--Bridles Sales ait Harness MADE ORDER of materials and by tho best lt TO ihe work We i - 41 40 f - jiif iawtaitaf frcilritrfrlkY approached and tked for Mr javmg he wairied work Deputy Manpin took hold of his arm Jind told him he was a prisoner The man looked a little confused but when told that they had he evidence dead against him he Confessed Maupln look from tile prison Â¬ er a pistol tt cbhipifch tnaieli lo the title in his wok cost pocket lie put the captur Â¬ ed pistol into Tils pants pocket almost touching the other pistol The prisoner was put on a horse and Maupln mounting his own led the prisoners horse Aceonv panitd by Mr Coy Ihey started for Rich mond Coming to n pair Of barsaeross the road Coy dismounted to leathern doft The prisoner leaped from the horse over a rente arid toaliptn Went over rightalWr htm He told the prisoner to step or he would kill him but the prisoner saifcd down the rocky briery weedy hol Â¬ low with Axtell speed with Maupfn ih a Spokane gait close after him Maiipftj reached for his pistol but gat the prison ers and tried lor fifty steps to make it slioot but it would not He threw it away and drew the other firing five shots at the fugitive both running through the briars and tall weeds and the fugitive falling and rising like ft log going end over end not a bullit took effect On the chase went down the gulch and a red hot rtue it was Up a steep hill they went until Maupln was near falling in b faint He turned back for his horse and met Coy Who rah his horse Up the hill and sprang upon the robber like a lldri Upn His tty Ths grftoneV Wfts Row tied upon the nefse brought to town and lodged in jail Monday he waiied examination and his bail was fixed at 1500 in default of which he is in jail The prisoner gives his name as Henry Federas and his home as Cleveland 0 He Is about forty J cars old Hear six feet tall weighs perhaps one hundred and fifty pounds has blue eyes a florid COm plexion is without mustache or whiskers and has Considerable gray-- hair Hi8 hands are greatly blkteredi He is not a bad looking man and evidently does not drink He is pleasant in manner While sitting he leans forward and moves His head Only slightly depending rather on casting hfc eyes airound VRodi as a school boy does when he is afraid the teacher wilt caVsh ftfih gawking about Federas Is probably a Tascott of a fellow who has courage enough to walk into any door or window that might offer an entrance and risk escape by flight but take human life if escape were cut oil He had a new springback dirk two watches a new brass pocket compass No 501 with the cost mark fex or fcr Also a French Oin dated 1S65 with head of Ncriolcon III and the denomination 50 tehtj which is a contraction of 50 centimes or about 10 cents Federas says he expects to serve a term in prison A portion of Robertss clothes were thrown away on life Tates Creek pike and others on Mr Wm Arnolds farm Mr Adolph Meyers of Lexington and the Sheriff of Fayette county came over yesterday and claimed one of the Watches They also found a suit of clothes at the second hand store where Federas had sold them for 4 THE CLIMAX feiectioft or Directors- - Valley LandCojn pany Jield its annual election for directors WEDNESDAY JULY 24 1889 Wednesday when the following were chosen Vincent Boreing Robert Boyd Vole for Tcvls and Smith and J A Craft London R B Whit ridge and J W Fox Boston J B Mc KirLsvillc Fair Friday and Saturday Creary Richmond W O Wtlchj Si A man named Webster died near Red I locker and W P Walton Stanford This board organised at once and House yesterday Judge Boreing president Hon James Tope selling the New Home sewing B McCreary vice president and J S machine Sec hk ad Hockcr secretary and treasurer The re- Â¬ Rev C J Wingate has been too ill for port of a committee showed that the company has in Bell and Harlan counties scve al weds to fill WU pulpit some 30000 acres of coal and timber lands Iet e en body get ready far the Kirks- - besides options on several thousand more dk Fair Friday and Saturday Stanford Journal The Cumberland hat SJt Jle j -- mond to the river is an attractive country In Xact it is a far better country than its horrible name has led the public to be- Â¬ lieve There are many good people along down Tates Creek nnd It has schools and ChUrcllcs and Is building new ones ami it has eoty homes and rich bottoms and if there remain any of the tougli fellows who have painted that fair country red with blood the good people should cast them under the first freight train that comes along and let the devilment be nil Â¬ Catalogues of Bern Fair are printing in tins oiice Full partfeatars next week ready for the Klrlctvillc Even thine Fair day after to morrow and the next day Mr James D Dykes kitted a mad dog with a club in front of hk grocery one day last week Bowks tlte butcher is the pround pos Â¬ sessor of a new twyc pound boy his ii rleenth child fc in Â¬ Â¬ The proposed renting of the new hotel on Iat Katurdar did not take jriaoe on ac Â¬ count of the buiWing not being finished Mr Obe Curry of Winchester is now E T Powell on the Fair Ground race track and when that is com Â¬ B pleted will go on the R N I gsS3 Dr William Jennings was ndins near Foxtown in this county recently and came to Providence Methodist Church Immediately opposite ths church and across the county road he observed stone of ancient appearance Going hear he found tbk inscription t Temperance Dumas ThomaSsOn 181O It h the only stone to be Seen and k as lonely as it is old It U of sandstone and about a yard high The Doctor being skillful with the pencil made a sketch of the venerable stone and in a rough sort of way we reproduce it above That the slofte marks a grave is entirely probjbie and that the grave k Uiat of some lady of pioneer days U at least to be supposed The oldest persons in that part of the county cannot so far as we can hear recall any person by the name of Thomasson and it is pre- Â¬ sumed that in the language of J Fcnimore Cooper she was the Last of the Mohi- Â¬ cans The grave like the pebble in the poem can say and many a foot on ate has trod whos gone from tight And under the sod The stone stand 011 the lot on which sto3d the original log church which let Was donated to the church by Gen Green Clay deceased There are fewer oWer grave stones to be found in the county Â¬ wju Capt -- m Â¬ Mks Jehhic Liilard ot Lawrenceburg A CHILD KILLED 44 17 ies MiesOs Jennie Arndld and Annie T and Another Chlid killed by tile use nf PERSONAL C rapsey A Brown the prominent Cin Denton of Hyattsvllle arc visiting in thk opiates given In the form of tfouthitig Gel your clothe ready for the laun- Â¬ ISM syrup Why mothers fiiVo their chil Â¬ week crrroati architect have an advertisement Misses Corinnc and Pearl Gentry Jliavc neighborhood this EVsjsn tr dry dren sUch a deadly poison Is surprising r fiutinue of The Climax The new laal Tender tend4ea tJ H Mrs Cotton has drawn a large ilfc size when Ihey Can relieve the child of its come home after sceral weeks absence KeoMyttnM with R J mond Hotel k one of their designs nrer p per cent nf picture of little Mies Nellie Long of Dan- Â¬ peculiar troubles by using Ackers Baby Cleveland O Miss Coralie Hrtrtna of ville It is good showing that Mrs Cot- Soother It contains 110 Opium or Jla7 ja Total The Democratic candidates decided to Remalninir unclaimed in the Pest Is at Iter old home here for a short vkit Morphine Sold by W G White ton is proficient In art MABIUTUK Olllce at Richmond Ky week ending lioJ a primary election on the second Druggist Prescription Mrs Wk B Wilkcrson of Lexington1 00 Capital stock paid in Saturday in September subject to the Flour meal bran aud ship stud at July 23rd 1S9 If yoU want lo buy a sulky surrey Dr H C jasper Was in the village list FtAVH 1t visited Mrs W Wi Plgg this place last tflrnos fattBie Allison John ratification of the Democratic County ZJMf I umnvmni proswn or carritigc dull on Douelsiuit Bonanza Boiler Mills Richmond Ken Â¬ A I BfAAIil week prospecting for a location The buggy ltrrt Jfff J F s week National Bank notes Harrington Aforil AlltlteMl Commitee 13 Fouman Son He forlie has the latest best and cheapest tucky Doctor comes well recommended Indt idnal dVtmstts snMert to llrtllk S M lltttener A J smto Dne Iu other rtmienal Banks IT-Miss Armstrong of Texas and Miss practiced at Edenton last year with sucJtnriBgSBele Hates Allium Miss Ime lo Stale Banks ami Ban Mr HJ Trayner of the firm of Mc HIBMMKtta Six p pools of Clarks thread for 25 Iltoefc J T i Grimes of Paris are visiting Mrs W W cess Notes and Mils re dfatcoantad MISK H MerfjwatwCK 1IHI 40- Kee Traynor owners of Susie S and Center College Danville celebrated cents at the Palace ltufoiil Jntiu WatU Total HurttRts HKe AVia otuer fast horses left last week for the Come to our fair The prospects are its 00 Hi Commencement and entered STATE Of KKNTTCKY 1 Canitea Attain The Steam Laundry has riiKibMi Penbexter Ut8f BOOK Mr E W Walker attorney at law better this year than in the pat The upon an era of renewed and enlarged reason The first race wiM be at Cleve Â¬ Umjxtt or XAJMeoK j J W Iair - j hoiiikChwbter of the New York is at his old home here for the officers are young men good looking and prosperity iur IJStone Walkeraotentnly swear that the The Academy nut of been completed and will do ithk neiien hpa rsOien Hllta Mfc land August 1st LaneMrv Cminert bank do Uosby Sum Onelly Hoeert summer ambitious and will do all in their power which it was developed was almost your liliilcinmnt h tree to the best of n-tabtwe - - work at the lowest Cosby Stephen Kontke Jehn P Maaf Mr Uiysees Bailey a workman fell VUIII BsTTr enaaa j Coeval with he birth of this ComConner KlemlngJane Htertle Jotta W Mrs Pragheimer and two daughters to make you have a good time -- m price J STOSK WALKBK tr tivinatOfl John a scaffold at Mr W K Dennys Smith SetomaB B monwealth The founding of this M lelt on Wednesday to visit relatives in Hhown N W CHnner Arceie Died on the 13th inst after an illness Snosertbed and sworn to batbranto thssXM resiJencc Thursday and was pamfliHy The only single apron binder on the Darvney Kmbry Htiwni Mtie Mtm Academy was aided by the contribu day ot Jaly 1W Philadelphiai TaytorMK of a few days of acute conjestton Of the Iew Loreimoroll but not dangerously hurt He is yet in K E Tpmjct Notary mhile dollars from market Is manufactured by Waller xV Kamler Cbarlvy tion of one hundred Tudor JtklkMh De- Â¬ Miss Plioebia May Milller and Mks lungs Patlle Baker aged 13 years 6cJ No bones were broken Walter Hallle Uanlt i Ccarxott CaBBBcr Attest George Washington aud fifty dollurs Wood aud for sale by While Lluie Uleea Patriek 1 Katie OConner have returned trom Fay- ceased was a dailghtcr of Mrs Mary Ann from Aaron Rurr J WIRVINE 45- Jreen S D eol Willsoti Lan Bueck Pjiblps The regular semi weekly convention JOK COLLINS r IBrectorn Baker of the Round Hill neighborhood ette county Post Ofilee hours from 6 a M te 7 P JUNE WALKER I w takcpbiec to day to nominate a Re Buried in the family burying ground Sun- Â¬ Governor McCronryj Pride ot Rich Â¬ jr Money order and registered letter Advice to Mothers Misses Georgia and Tate- - Iarrent of publican luandidate for the Legislature MrsWcrjLoWs Soorniso brnopehoaU always of the Madiwm day the 14th mond Old Gold nnd Bluegrasg Belle hours prompt 7 A M to p M D KPORT of the enndittoa KtchHMNkd in ihe be lucd when children ara cutting teeth It r Louisville are visiting the family of Mr Natlanjl Bank t Ir W B Smith k hungry for a good J B WILLIS P M Hour at Bounnza Roller Mills Uereatho Utile sufTereratoace it produces njitaral stale of Kentucky at the dose of Madness R L Gentry J Mc Cottons new store is quite an or- Â¬ quiet sleep and the little cheTObawnles as bright z ipe pecce of Republican mutton JM Kth 1 41- E Fokman Son very pleasant to taste It button as a It is nament to our village Hope it may prove An election for directors of the R N I soothes the child eottens the gums allaysaU pain Miss Prutie Alexander and Miss RrXHRtK A horse belonging to the livery stable LADIES a bonanza to Mr Cotton Now when regulate the bowels and i the best known remed 7 B was held in Nicholasville yesterday Mrs J A G WILLIAMSON Georgia Brock of Lexington are visiting the Courier XedlBg a toaie or children that waat bntldias arising rem teething or IHJN M Loans and draeo nt of Parnsh Cousins Co at Pincville Journal reporter visits our lor diarrhoea whether tire cents a bottle np should taVe other causes Twenty l wM w Uvenlraf is secured and uneeeared The proposition in Clark county toote Miss Bettie Boggs mtOWXS 1UOX BITTERSIrnHjes SHjtoelw was ridden by an oScer of the law in pur- Â¬ Will open a Select Prinary Scool U B Bunds to secure clrcntolton fair please drive through the ullage and 6 5 It is pleasABt to take cares Malaria C V carried by U S Bond- lo secure deposits All dealers keep iu Uon ana lttHousiess Miss May Crews of Glasgow Mo is see the improvements since 1SS6 Old suit of a Yellow Creek man and in a 100000 to the L the firs t Moodiiy In September Hue frmn approve- rcwrrre anents Last Saturday morning at G oclock UMB X Dne from other National Mnnsm fight the horse was badlv shot but Hut abeut 500 majority on Wednesday but spending the summer with Mks Emma mois covered torches all gone 6 1 reasonable JTerms Hosiery at the Palace line from Stole Hanks and bankers Station Fay- Â¬ Nicest line of the brick depot at Muirs the one in Kstill county to vote 50000 killed Maupin at Kingston Keel Katnle rnmltnre and nxt Mnan was defeated by about the same majority rf I was told a few days ago that Mr J T ette couuty was burned to the ground vnnm On rent expenses and luw paid Gasolhie stoves iu all sizes and at all miH oi other mns Mr William Smith of Rockcastle Coy the Round Hill merchant was think- Â¬ In the building there was a stock of Dr M C Heath has fifty acres of on Saturday Kracltonal paper enrreney nhekebs St ix and cents- county was a delegate to the Senatorial ing of converting the Round Hill a natu- Â¬ general merchandise valued at 7000 prices from the plaiuest to the finest al wtermelons aud fifty acres of cotton in llTtoto 46- Bkbcic Piielvs Mr Julius Speyer who k out on the Convention here last week ral curiosity into a Zoological Garden the property of the K C Agent Mr Georgia and says that melons are more IKI tender netes- day I shall to a strictly Hedeniptpan fnnd with UM Fiom this Along the Line mission of rawing 20000 in private sub- Â¬ S011U1 10 00 Suits for 500 at the Palnce j2Ss tia en ill business Please bear this hr mind J W Woohtms which was also convamable than cotton He hasnt said any nrer i per cen ot c4testshttan Miss Emma Lewk and Mks Belle He will tunnel the Hill North On last Friday morning Mr Elisha scription for the union depot raked S3 East and West and will visit Cincinnati sumed Mr Woolums loss is nearly A D RUFF Th ng about Bringing up a car load of Kerr of Winchester visited Miss Sallie Nice country lard and meat of all TeTAI fiftVHa 4-July 1st S9 500 of the desired amount within an liours Parrish a young man who wears a gold in a few days to make all necessary ar- Â¬ covered by insurance This is the sec- Â¬ xncloes for his friend new honey milk shake aud LIAMLIT1BK time The depot will be nine Imndrcd medal from a college and is fond of bo- Â¬ Cobb at Red House last week I cant say for certain but I ond time that Mr Woolums has been kinds rangements cheap croquet sets at A H Lalors Capital Steele paid In- WBOIW Miss Loula Bronston expects to open feet long and one hundred and sixty feet tanical geological and other such excur- Â¬ Ex Assessor John W McPherson has believe Jim is preparing for something burnt out at Muirs anil It is supposed aM mmhh innti- 41 17 sions brought out hk milk white steed returned to his home near Waco after an more agreeable -- Will awa cards- iiTMed protltK ri it September a Kindergarten school A wide Lexington Leader Â¬ to be the work of an inciudiary Mid NuthHMtl Hank notes w ith flow ing main and tail erect Id ng k to be erected at her fathers and be absence of several months in Illinois ImllvMonldepottsnblecttoeheek hGs we way Clipper Mr George S Grfccom a prominent Twelve yards Greeu Ticket Lonsdale 7tM W Unlled Stale deposlls flue magnify Willi the aid ITe especially for the purpose and Pittsburg financier was here on lost ing joined by the long handled coop of Mr and Mrs T J Wilkerson of Lex- Â¬ ing gluts you of a very microbes 40- 2jm AH persons indebted to me will please Deposits of V K dhsmr ina oaXeers for 51 00 al the Palace can fee the Bjsaja the two drove away for a ercry advantage in the way of study as Flour Hankx come and setleat otiee By so doing Dne to other National bankets Thursday looking over the line of the R The Climax ington visited the latters mother Mis insects which cause cholera and with Dne to tttate Hanks and B trip along the line of the R N I w as play grounds c wiM be eiered N I tbey will Save cost HSRE IS MORE MUSIC At the Bonanza Boiler Mills jou atSM Notes nnd bills le dteconnted B He wants the bonds of the West Main street this place last Gunterd Magic Chicken Cholera Cure 47 A D RUFF For the first two and a half miles west Russell her pupils will rind such choice brands of flour as Â¬ road as soon as they are put on the marTOTAI week XW1 H J Streng still furnishes the microbe Is destroyed lustantly of Richmond no work was visible sae a Bluegrass Belle Old Gold Pride of STATE OK KENTUCKY ket He was delighted with the country Anaivcrsary Mis Jennie Arnold of Lancaster and few stakes erected by the engineers But Connly ot MdfcMm f R it These are the additional between here and Versailles John McAntiior is now the oldest Richmond and Governor McCreary The Independent Order of Immaculate I C D Clicnault Cashier nf from that point analmost unbroken line Miss Jennie Liilard of Lawrenceburg 41- E Fouman Son named bank do Mitoainly iweai man in the county ami is the only notes c rcdwill celebrate their eighth anni- Â¬ in Hie L C K v election two 3 cars of work was found extending entirely to visited Uie Misses Arnold ot Kirksvillc survivor of the war of 1812 living in above Matonent is tree to the best of war versary m thk place on Saturday Brass ago Blue Ball cast 617 votes in the K U the riier and for four miles beyond the last week 25c 46 Wiggins Block Cincinnati O knowledge and beliefCHENAULTI The Land of the Midnight Sun Best French Sateens the county out of about fourteen living fD hao J parade public speaking dinner c election shortly afterwards it cast 67S river There is one gap of half a mile Mrs D T Stansberry of Montezuma 5c a few years ago He was born in must Indeed be nn InterestiuK portion HandSODie ChalUeS Snbherrbed and strorn to butore see thb votes Last Thuursday it cast 1145 and other smaller gaps aggregating a mile may Can refer to buihlings stieeesatulry SSd day of J oJy m Ga arrived last week to visit her uncle is 90 years of of the earths surface to visit if we 74c ereeted in Richmond Maysville Mt Itll lie Kaf ob You votes Thk k a plain and unmistakable making in all about four miles of grading County Clerk Thorpe She is accompan- Virginia He now about S lBiUTKiaues Netory Pablli judge from the extremely Interesting Good Dress Ginghams age has no family ami his old family Elsewhere in thk issue Mr A D Ruff fraud Such fraud should deleat the yet to be done Messrs Shanahan Cobmct Attest ami beautifully illustrated article about Handsome Henriettas 25c Sterling Winchester and Owingsville ied by her three children G5 servants who hive never left hiuj see A RBURHAa uses some pktm English to people who legality of the subscription Winchester Hanger arc expecting their two hundred that region that appears in Deruorests U HTHKNAULT is to his wants aud keep house for him Monthly Magazine for July and that Ladies Shoes and Slippers at Dr William Jennings of Richmond owe him as welt as to those who want to Sun it B DILLIUHAM Italians this week and with their force al Â¬ Uie guest of hk niece Mrs Judge Denny 011 his little farm near Waterford in the modes of travel In that far off owe him If you are interested look into music prices in the County Clerks ready at work and the force of E T ot tbeartMllOoa On yesterday the Farmers Also Mrs Rebecca Jones of St Louis this county He has made bis will country are ages behind the times Is the matter at Co all the grading from Richin the 62 National Bask theKsehnondhnnlntiju office the Lexington Passenger and Belt Powell and left everything ho has to these dose of Male of Kentucky -- i will be finished by Mrs Charles Gaitskill of Burgin and mond to to the river clearly shown by turning to another Joly 12th UM Best French Sateens 22J cents at Ihe ValBaMe Land Per Sale Railway Company mortgaged their entire colored people to his aud heir praise Col George R Dunlap of Chicago Ills the 5th of August Having taken a thorough eotirxe In 49- RVKCE Dr R L Breck oAers forty two acres road lying both inside and outside the city Aunt Betsy McKay Is the oldest worn article in the same number of this val- Palace Kindergarten under Miss Adams of Lexington Leader The work then remaining will be the uable Family Magazine nmmu Loans and dtaeoants au and the oldest person in the county of choice land for sale to day in front of of Lexington to the Security Trust and tunnel and the bridges The two forces Lexington I will open Special rates will be given on family 1X M Overdraft secnreil and Scott andwife who have aud perhaps the oldest in the Slate Judge ti e Court house door It k suitable for Safety Vault Company for 150000 U S HofMH to seetuc rtresilaUoo VMM washing by the steam laundry tf working from each end of Uie tunnel met been visiting their parents Dr and Mrs A DUTY TO YOURSELF On Etonday September 9 89 Oilier Mueks bonds and mf1gatN bt Iding lots being just outside the town Thk k one of the largest transactions of She will he 103 years Id on the 4lh Do from approved reserve aetata UJttSW Â¬ It Is surprising that people will use a Mr J E Dikes has an abundance the kind recorded in the court here for halfway on last Wednesday The tun- S D Welch will spend a few days this of June next Klie still uldi in the MMM H from other Xt tonal lmits See advertisement a FChool at my home nn Third Street Due from Stale Banks andMaakw common ordinary pill when they can D bankers nel is 5S0 feet long and the lines missed week wiUi Mrs Bcauchamp at Lexing- Â¬ 7M years The road k being pushed forward household afiairs aud attends her secure a valuable English one for the of Ice for sale aud ill deliver it every A large and well ventilated room will Keal estate f arattare avid slxlai n B Current expenftwi iwmI taxes paM PiHaneial rapidly and will be running cars by the each other in the center only 3 inches ton and from there they go to Winches- church as regularly as any member of same mouey 4- be built especially for tlita purpose Dr Ackers English morning iu any part of the city cann wan which is remarkably fine engineering and ter to visit Mrs Theodore Phillips thence SHerKs ami outer For further information apply In -Reports of the four National Banks of beginning of the new year Lexington other BnkH it She was born iu Virginia iu Ken- - Plls are a positive cure for execution But Mr J K Zollinger the to their future home in Richmond Nich Fractional sapor eu nanny Miss LOULA BROXSTOX Young man you should have your acne aud all liver troubles Jliey are i t io - Richmond are to be found in to days PJ ess 13 M and cents 6- 23 J Third Street small sweet easily taken and do not shirts collars aud culls laundried at engineer in charge is the same who en olasville Journal 19th TJKSa Sw4e three years ago five ot her sons were gripe Sold by W O White Prescrip- Â¬ They show indi issue of The Climax A company of Richmond gentlemen gineered the great K LeKal tcnder notes- I bridge at Louis- Â¬ tf the new laundry AGENTS WAXTKD - FOR vidual deposits to the amount of 569164 have had a survey made from a point on THE - BOOK Redemption fund with C S Traas- tion Druggist Mdlle Pauline Bredelli sent cut a nnm present and grandchildren nnd great Day ville and is master of hk profession orer t per chh uitaaiiuu randalilldren and remoter kin enough Their loans and dkcounts are Jl Saturday eventhe K C to the top of Big Hill and pro- Â¬ and night forces are now engaged in tak- bcrof neat invitations for MADAM SCOTT tells Past Mrs Sarah Boll near JLivernmre TeTAL MtftW Â¬ pose to build a railroad to that point ing out the bottom of the tunnel The ing About Uiirty persons assembled in to make a western settlement SpenDanville Fair was bitten by a copper head snake Present and Future Events LIABIUTfCK cer Courier her studio at 213 West Main street They have leased all the coal lands from Thursday She was gathering- kind Â¬ CapHal stoefc paM ht- The Climax thanks Secretary Meyer Big Hill down Brush Creek to the K C part already driven is known as the head- Mrs Jason Walker an accomplished May be consulted at any hour Httrnlaa fwnd ing and consists of a hole the width of the of the Danville Fair for a special invita The grade k a remarkably good one and Mr D M Grayson of CronvIHe ling when the snake bit lior on the ITiillvlted aroAta SJtl M tunnel and six feet high The bottom has pianist kindly played the accompaniNational Bask notes oinasnnatsvg- - Hjm Hi tion to attend beginning August 6th It Franklyn parish La says 1 think hand Her arm began swelling rapid- Â¬ Rooms at 422 E Main Street Khh1 to Bav Gov and Stale Ttx the cost of construction will be light now to be taken out twelve or fourteen ments and Mdlle Bredelli sang a num- Â¬ wHl be an entertaining exhibition IndlvHinal depoMtsaaMeet tocsseek Wt and Parties from McKee 5 9 Swifts Specific is the best blood reme Â¬ ly and she died in a few hours in great Due lo other National Banks Jackson county feet This work will require about eighty ber of solos eliciting profound applause persons who delight in fine stock and an VALLEY OF DEATH dy iu the world I have known it to hgony the arm having become black Ki Dee to mate Basts and Donelson hits a quantity of new sul- Â¬ want the road extended to that place days or until the middle of October She possesses a strong rich voice thor- Â¬ Smiung community should go to Dan make wonderful cures ot perrons with with the poison There was no anti- Â¬ The test and most complete histSTT of Total- 15 Thk will be another railroad for Rich- Â¬ Work on the river bridge has not begun oughly ttaincd These solos were inter- Â¬ blood diseases some cases which had dote available and no whisky to be kies surries and buggies of the newest the Great Flood Published mond Now let Fayette county build her but the cylinders for the piers are expect- spersed with recitations by Miss Fannie and most popular patterns and at very and German Contain over in English STATE OF KENTUCKY SS being a local optioti commu had that 5C0 page County ot Madston regarded as incurable 5- For Niagaria figures line from Lexington to tap the R N I ed this week and Captain Rock the resi- Williams an amateur elocutionist ol great been CO illustrations and retails for 150 I S S Partes Cahter ol Use anoveaame t ni y She was buried Saturday at reasonable B at Tates Creek Ferry and wont bank de solemnly swear that Use at Dr B T Coppedge of Verona Mo Li verm ore Owensboro Euquirer power Her selection entitled Kentucky A party of eleven left over the K C BeSUtlftl full gilt blaliasr Agents statement Is tree te Uie best et my know dent engineer says that the bridge will be Elegant line of Fans at the Palace worlkintr lor any other Flood book should ledge and better Richmond be flying ycfkrday for Niagara Fatts as follows completed equally as early as the tunnel Belle by Mrs Woolson is a poem of sujs he has sold a large quantity of send 24 cents in stamps for our outfit S 8 PARKSW Uaeilior rare pathos and spirit and the rendition Swifts Specific and to a great many of Dollars Worth Hundreds Dr C S Holloa Dr H W Bright The bridge is to be 112 feet high and and see how superior it is to the one you Snbsenbed and swora te bolero ate tlus ZA SERE IS MUSIC FOR YOU was commensurate with the selection customers and knows it to po most Two Robberies and a Robber Messrs S P Deatherage T E Arnold My wife used only two bottles of are selling Most liberal terms allowed day t July IS consists of one main span of 300 feet and Kobt K BoajTjur Notary PaWic E H Palmer lames Delarnatt T T On last Saturday morning Dr Phil three other spans of 150 feet each making Kentucky Belle was a thorough bred rucctssfully used for maladies of the H Streng rarnislies it Mothers Friend before her third con F0P 5HZE ZIcHATTOT Cokbect Attest Boggs Rev II T Daniel and wife Mk It Says she would not be Roberts discoiered that his house had it 750 feet long But another and much mare from the blue grass region owned blood fiuemeut 6 21 Cincinnati Ohio These are the notes C F BURN AM1 been robbed The robber had placed a higher bridge is to be erected across the by a Tennessee lady who resided in Sac Ellis and Miss Emma Dejarnatt without it for hundreds of dollars TUOS J SMrTH i great temper- Â¬ All good fancy Calicoes 5c Francis Murphy the Ohio during the war When Uie lady I JOHS BKNNKXT as be- Â¬ ladder to the front window next to Main Marble Creek canyon one and one half in Had not half as much trouble Primary School ance orator was interviewed in New com street and immediately opposite the resi- Â¬ miles beyond the river bridge It is to be heard that Morgans Cavalry were Dock Miles fore 13 yards Lonsdale Green Tick Mrs J A jG Williamson announces dence of Dr Foster and ascending to the she led Uie mare down into a deep York the other day about the recent Lincoln Parish La 277 feet high and Soo feet long Between ing et 95c elsewhere in thk issue that she will open up stairs had entered and gone down the these two bridges is a trestle work 75 feet gully and tied her there She had scarce- defeat of prohibition in Pennsylvania Write Bradlleld Keg Co Atlanta I offer forsnle the land fronting on a onmary school the first Monday in stairway and plundered the house All high A mile beyond Marble Creek is ly left Uie hiding place when Morgan rode and other States He said he was very 13 yds Masonville Cotton 95c Ua 37 Boutii side of Big Hill turnpike just glad of It The defeat of prohibition September She made an excellent teach- Â¬ the Doctors clothing the greater part of Neale Creek with a bridge 186 feet high by with his dreadful six hundred If you have not tried auy of our var- Â¬ outside city limits containing Pro- Â¬ 13 yds Fruit of the Loom Cot- Â¬ er in Madison Female Institute as Miss hk sons and a portion of his wife6 were and half a mile lurther comes- - Tapps whom the lady so much feared for Ken- Â¬ Is a good victory for temperance ious brands o f flour do so at once aud Walden and had taught in Hamilton taken The Doctor and hk family were Branch with a bridge 65 feet high A tucky Belle was all Uie horse she had hibition means Phariseeism fraud and ton 95c LIGHTNING- be convinced that you can get as good College and other places It Is an attempt to bring 15 yds Hope Cotton Those having at home but all slept soundly At Uie rear of the command came a mere hypocrisy little way beyond Tappg Branch the road 95c flour at home and at as low prices as every pnrt of which Is accessible by children will find her entirely worthy of Dr A Wilkes Smith discovered his leaves the brink of the precipice along boy tired and worn with the days and church and State together again and road Will be divided lo suit purchas- Â¬ He maintains 17 yds AAA yard wide Brown you can anywhere else patronage His residence which it has run all the way from Marble nights of raiding and his horse could go will never succeed pants out in the back yard of ers If not sold before it will be offer- Â¬ 41- E Fokman Sos that Ftatutory laws do not stop the Bale ed for sale publicly in lots to highest The robber had entered lik family room Creek and passes through a small tunnel no further The lady did not like the Cotton S100 Wheat Sold Seven Splendid Companiss Rebels1 but she loved old Tennessee and of liquor and reminds the preachers out and rifled the pockets leaving the river entirely Calicos At 4 cents and up at the Pal- Â¬ bidder at Court house door Richmond 52- re- Â¬ taken the pants Last week E Fermaa Son began Ky on that people cannot be made moral by SO was only 30 cents ace The grandest railroad scenery in Ken- Â¬ when she found the youth was from her ceiving twelve hundred bushels of wheat Dr Smiths loss riulxtielphia North Amerioa The sale of Victor Newcomb sailed on the Eutru Several checks in hk pocket book were tucky is that from the river bridge to the natife State she took him into her house acts of the legislature WEDNESDAY JULY 24 1889 kSpringfiold from Brutus J Clay and eight hundred - - Massachusetts Lalor buys Country Produce ItaRs and hid him away The Yankees came whisky as It cannot be prevented rla Saturday for the Paris Exposition net taken Dr Roberts lost no money small tunnel of 2E0 feet above rnentioned bushels from John B Chenauit It was at 3 oclock P af Any person can Uermama 44 17 - New York The traffic A recently published list of New York and Iron in hot pursuit and passed on Night should be restricted see plot and description by calling on l cl extra quality and the price paid wast The papers in hSs jocket book were not Imagine a train flying across the river came The lady brought millionaires puts him down at 2000 should be in the hand of good men Hartford Kentucky Connecticut Road horses trotters aud runners H Breck disturbed bridge and along the verge of a great 722 cents It was also the firtt wheat - New York Niagara - Belle from her hiding place and before says he though that may sound para Â¬ 000 Ybu never hear his name men- shod in any manuor desired Buster Barnes precipice over the awe inspiring canyon Early Uiat day Mr I have TERMS One half cash balance saie ol any consequence thk season The High license and restrictive tioned here except by Kentuckiaus Uie morn the Rebel youth was oer Uie doxical Â¬ with interest in twelve months Amazon - - - - Cincinnati report a week or two ago that Senator came into town from hk home out on thej of Marble Creek with its crags and cav- hills and far away escaping back into measures will promote the cause of for be seems to have dropped out of just received an extra lot of four year It RL BRECK Pennsylvania - - Philadelphia old second growth Umber for repairing Barnes MCI road and said a strangertiad erns in the dizzy distance below on along Hams had sold hk crop to W N Potts temperance and the people are wise everything There was talk a few all binds of wagous All work guar Â¬ Tic the sumrAitpf the cliffs with fields and Uie Confderate lines cf bvanford at 75 cents seerps lo have offered to sell him some articles which months ago of his buying the Graphic anteed at the very lowest price Shop ROCK BOTTOM RATES Mdlle Bredelli and her able assistants enough to see it Stanford Journal recognized as belonging to Dr Roberts forests on the right and the dreamy waters been a mistake and putting it in charge ofsome Louis- Â¬ back of Brookss drugstore Deputy Sheriff Lee Maupin at once of Kentucky river in their winding course would confer a favor on the community TEACHERS INSTITUTES Office at Fanners National Bank ville people but there seems to be a Respectfully I went in pursuit In taking his pistol out upon the left with tree capped precipitous by frequent repetitions of Saturday even Uazor ftictery When you ask hitch somewhere B U MLDKIFF Sfebly I he dropped it and bent the cylinder rod so beyond onward over rugged Tapps ings entertainment rocks Dr G W Evan and Judge CheaassK Oall and see tw before placing Notice is hereby given to all teachers about Newcomb here they mention him were in Rockcastle county the other day that it was not avanatue tor uie day it Branch and Neale Creek with a declivity your insurance HAPPISESSAXD C0XTENT31EXT public schools in Madison couuty casually as a well-to-d- o man He Is of RELIGIOUS a J found a razor factory conducted was a single action revolver one Uiat re- - of 400 feet reaching down from the very that Teachers Institutes will be held simply one of the multitude that live Cannot go hand in hand if we look on HUME BORNAM bv Stee Angling They ech bought I quires the liammer to be pulled back with wheels of the cars to the river darting in brown stone houses just as much the dark side of every little obstacle Elder C P Williamson is engaged in a as follows the trigger pulled by the through a gloomy tunnel and out across a a razor and brought them home else the thumb and Kolblntr will so darken life and make N B Milling property and The White Teachers Institute will alike as peas iu a pod nud who go It a burden as Dyspepsia Ackers we would have thought of the eld finger in order to fire it Mr Maupin had high tresSe and away over the bluegrass protracted meeting at Berea Fayette be held in country stores a specialty Richmond for five days be- Â¬ about their business bothering nobody Dyspepsia Tablets will cure the worst county of a pistol to Nicholasville idea that there k something a always oeen wed to that scjrt 32 31 and attracting uo attention to them- Â¬ form of Dyspepsia Constipation and ginning on Monday August 19th At Uie river on the Madison side we Rev- - E Forman will occupy Elder ra ne Angling you see suvsests a fuh Sheriff Bales handed Ifim a double action The Colored Teachers Institute will selves A New York millionaire Is a indigestion ami make life a happiness -SELLING THE shoots simply found Mr J B Heathmanwherebe located Williamsons pulpit at the Christian K and pleasure Sold at 23 and 50 cents sjry The razors are well made and per Smith i Wesson one that be held In Richmond for five days beÂ¬ rather common place personage by W G White Prescription Drug six months ago in Uis mercantile business form with entire satisfaction The hand- - by puHing thelrisjger church next Sunday morning on Monday August 23th ginning Tims armed Deputy Maupin et out in He told us Uiat he had sold lots at the les arc made of black Walnut Boots aud Shoes at your own price At gist Rev Joseph Rand will hold his quar- Â¬ All teachers are required by law to I 40 pursuit He heard tHat the stranger was entrance of Uie vbridge for a saw mill the Palace Xcuralglc Persons Mks A T Million terly meeting in the Methodist church be- Â¬ attend iianj HstHIAIIJtigbt enquiring for the house of Mr N B Coy planing mljl and bri ck yard to be erected And these troubled with nerveuaaext resetting Coulily Superintendent ginning SaturdayJuly 27 and wHI preach Wm JHarding tiled June 6th in 50 fiom care or overwork will be reHered br taMng lieu W T B Wflfiaros Democratic One of Coys farm hands had been hit on by Versailles parties on a large scale 11 Meade county aged 82 years He was Jiroitni8 Iron Hitters Genalna y y j1 cariciate for Representative of the dk- - t the head bra man in a fight and nearly Other Improvements are expected at an each day at DIED the father of 21 children hk drat wife hasi trade mark and erosssd red lines ou wrapfr t composed of the counties of EstM killed and the stranger stated that he early day In fact we hear that String A protracted meeting will begin at having 11 his second 10 He wlfbf Have you Dry EWlfiO id Lee was here on Saturday among wanted to take the Jnan place on the town or Perkins as it is called will have Providence church this county the ittÂ¬ James ODonnell died in tlte Jacks several of his sous fought four years GloUs Store been to the Pnloe 49- t U c de egates to th Senatorial Conven farm Maupln proceeded to Coys aijd no depot and Uiat its post office and stores Sunday in August Dr Poynter of Shel- Creek vicinity iu Madison county on 4 Referring to Mr for the Confederacy Slack by villi- is expected ticT He sy that he k running to win toW him lut had occurred but Jhe will drift down to Heathmans Tbcnew Steaio Laundry Co have Thursday July 18th 1889 after an 111 Hardins 21 children Can CrmJdook Smut ATWinvt titma w Tnwtn tr Tucnss S M s shall have a big ma stranger had not appeared Maupin dined water from the locks and dams of Ken- Â¬ delorrauied to put the price of work si hat WM nena of several years aged 40 years - DILXSIK3 - beat that asks the News jcrvt m EstM Gel rid of that tired feeling as quick Messrs J D Winn and with Cor nnd the two were seated under tucky river Will reach Hcathmans before down slgw that everybody can efiunl i y BaatJ wnisisjc aast naliiia tar each tena Major Johu Edward of Bourbon sssiu sbsntjfs Jtat tens oacss ias Tssaaax The new stanm laundry la equiped Robert Smith aUo dekgates item EtHI a tree in the yard whon they looked hatn a great while and that place will tapidly us possible Tnke Hoods Sarsaparilla jgaF ffell anil to hawypm r work dona titers a oliaap- Ulm nest uoo e In AsgaiL or nmnituhn wMress which gives strength a good appetite 3 wUlwBvery modern improvement anil died leavhsgvl children by two wives ly saf3 tha the Democratic prospect in their a mile down the road and saw a man growup wlnro Special rates tve P Mhtsk EiueTr rnutu towim itv Paris ISctUtteklaa CHiiaif valley of Tates Creek from Rich aud health wants Co do your washing The tf It wasty were mighty good walking toward them wearing Dr Roberts imtupffy WashWg tf Si 81 4 IS J 1 Â¬ Somebody has made an effort to take an impression in war of Praghetmers store door lock Mr Peter Popes remedy 13 heroic but wHI have t be adopted crushed out of them Hard by the rUeron theolhcrslde is the cahip df Mrs Coh Shanahari but he was ttbfent anil In Hi ilead as Mr D A SliaHahan ot Louisville accompanied by his charming wife a favorite daughter of the Falls City who appeared in the rail road camp not Unlike Parthenia in the camp of Ingotriar The Sharlahans are hosts ol broad dimensions and tile dinner was built on tle ialrle grand scale Their cook is Lee a boss purveyor whom for ten or twelve years they have carried with them The man who showed us over to Mar Â¬ ble Creek Was Mr Golden a Pennsylvdn lan who has had rare experience In rail road building Once In hts native State he With several men Was entombed in a tUnHeh Cdmpressi air was Ued with tile tlfills and Mr Goklel cdncetved the idea of cutting tile rubber hose that conveyed the air Placing his mouth Id thb tribe heyelW lueUly al short intervals for a nay or two and finally succeeded in mak Â¬ ing himself heard at the engine on the outside Water was poured into the tube then soup and occasionally a little beer to the Imprisoned fellows managed to live until the rescuing party could clear away the debris and reach them Niagara Falls and Toronto Excnnion I Tickets will be sold by nil agents of The Winchester Sun came out on j the Queen ami Cre ceiil It iute between terday Usual day but it hod not heard Junction City and Cinoimmli lo Niag Â¬ from Saturdays railroad election In li titl ara oud Timiitii utiii rfitirn for tlto ictiraloii of August 1st nt the fow at Col Hamilton ldst liU tolegram tnl fill1 route in via like jftiH Hf Arc when hSr tword ws hitei ever offered broken Tiuts QUeeunnd Crs tviit 0 If- - A D and hi power vanished 6 tmectioiis Ti6JU JJkhI for passage whats the matter with Estill county o 1 regular trains arriving at Cincldlicll The question arises did Federas rob on tlio tnoruiag of August 1st nnd from Roberts of his clothing or did Roberts Cincinnati on special trains leaving cast them ofT in order id lighten up for the D Depot nt 1 p in 115 U II the race and Federas simply picked them fp iu and 130 p in good returning tip fium HiB Fulls until Tuesday August Federas got fir Robertss briiciies Fri 8b The limfta mitt drives ore now day night and in all probability Tcvis will open free to the public no Charge for have his sox before next Friday night admission To one who has never and he will be in a serioutty bad condition seeu the Great Cataract words fail to for a race through a briery district express the grandeur of the scene A A New York cxcliarige is particularly well posted excursion agent will nc ftttd of dfsfciintlar similarities and re fiompany the train and cheerfully give i forrtl hI ton as Id what a to he seen marks that some people turn down a Caii oil corner so as to find the place while around Niagara for rules Ac Queen Crefcent Agents or address others turn down a street for the same F W Woolery Trav Pnssr Agent purpose Lexington Ky It -- m An exchange tells df a man who had i The July Issue of Scrllniera Msga been wearing a coat all summer with a rip in the shoulder seam but hk wife had Zlue is the Midsummer Fiction numhot noticed iti lie procured a long rcii ber containing seven complete short kair stuck it OH his shoutJef and went stories four of them rlchiy Illustrated IiarHc She saw the hair before he could by such artists us iretlerieh liemlng ton Robert Bloom ami Chester Loom sit dowm is and 1111 unusually exciting instal f klKKSVlLLG ment oi Mr Stevensons- - seredl The Master Bulhintrap the UliistnUlon The health of this community is good of which from a drawing by William The hop is announced for Friday nighty Hole is the frontispiece of the number the 26th Lay aside conscientious scruples There are also included the second ar- Â¬ for a day and erijoy an evening with Uie ticle In the new Electric Series and interesting poems young folks THIN COUUMN -- Â¬ colored from Ten Â¬ dlsmUfed from a clerkship In f ho ixtb Auditors office U preparing o make u test Cass under the civil service law He passed an examination aud was given a position tinder the Cleveland Administration He performed bis duties properly aud had the reputation of being one of the hett clerks In the dlvMon No cause was assigned for his dismissal and no charces were made agahirt him Brolher Smith should remember however- that he Is not only a Democrat but n negro and that If there Is any- Â¬ thing that tliH Administration hates worse than ftDemoerit it is a negro Courier Joufnrtl sr H Clay EMU nessee recenlly HERE IS MORE MUSIC H BAJ1KKEPORTS T5KPORT at tfro csbUsm of Ute First jwoimocm m U - v XintloxtsU JUaaJc Htatenf KwMtie M me clone at -- Streng still furnishes fnese ara uie additional Jatr it ItKBOfJHCK notes Lean at rYMlmftAM Mens Suits oi CIotMng US Bonds Ut CMaa GtbWBtoekH tmsdiiaKl won ant S5C0 SBOO S750 S900 Dne I win sHram leoarr lamin Hhr National tmMccn S1000 Dae from Sli00 and 1200 Hoe fntfH Stole KtMtka mmIbta l5aT Kent citato IwrpHnre atwt ftxtum sjmt Cant be bonght elsewhere ior Current expenses ami taxes fasTTtU19HvA Mils nf etfeer Bank less than S200 to S750 a suit FraettotMd paiwr miiemjr iiirtraf ltaa ami t mere Come and look at them Specie cents 7 MyJswFH J ti JQ I 12 ft a K II sy i CI If n m m 52- - HeAiBkm Brerpereattotciwlatop LIABIUTIBi rami with U H Trots vmm -- Farmers Beware Tot At f Capitol Meek paid In twrataM fond BBJIW GUARD AGAIXST THE STllr8 Dont Buy a Spring 11 Â¬ And aluays have a bottle of Ackers English Remedy in the house You din not tell how soon Croup muy strike your little one or a cold or cough Iliuy fdfitenItself upon you One duse is a preventive and a few doses a posi Â¬ tive cure All Throat and Lung troubles yield lo its treatment A ftimule bot- Â¬ tle Is given you froe and the Remedy guaranteed by Y U White Prescrip- Â¬ tion Druggist A tliapalcli from Appomatox C II A gen to the Richmond Times says lieranll by the name of Middlelon from Washington Is now here and buying and tukint options oil alt the iind upon whleh Gen Robert E Lee Btjrrendered He Uiti already bought dipt Klndeedd place tile olll Jatfe Rains fnveru property and Uie Wil liam Ross property upon which Gen Lee surrendered He is now trying to btly the old brick building In which the articles of cupltulatlon were drawn nnd signed by Gens Lee and Grant Mr Mlddleton has bought up to this time about 1500 acres of land and tins options on seVeu other tracts What he is going to do with the properly is not known but our cithMis think he Is representing a northern syndicate Tooth Cultivator un- Â¬ til you see the Albion For Sale Only By JOHN G TAYLOK Sole Agent for Mad- Â¬ ison County 41- ITmltvfcfetl ptmtUm - ajatto lrHIOtWl JVMPbYL PsnMV9 9BeTMQs9txTravBttBas ItwHvlrtMal ilwttrMbict ltdifd JLafc- we to Stole Banks and baatraw Netes aiMl Mils re stteeoawtesl - - TTAI - tUKfiui v IO J alxn--nawi- 7i a z HTATK OT XKTTUCKY - aee kaewfalBe Â¬ 8H Cocjrrr or MAMaox I J K UreenleatOwejtar of Mm tank to inlaw ly iiwaar the u Matonsntl ri trae to toe total gay runt belief Stotoertberi WE CAN AND IW Â¬ Guarantee Ackers Blood Elixir for K Jns W Cmookb Jk Xatary PaMtc bus been fully demonstrated to the peo Cobbect Attest ple of this country that it is superior to j wrAPEHrroit Stieetora ail other preparations lor blood diseasHL WHITE K X WHITE es It k a posttve euro for syphilitic poisoning Ulcers K rust kins and Pimples It purities tlte wliwfe system ami D KPORT of the comtKIOM of the Seeead National Bank astetexe et builds up the constitu thoroughly Â¬ dayof Jnljr J K amaaiXAW CMMar and sworn to beta re ma tlslls i i Â¬ i Â¬ tion rfold by W Gi WliHe prescrip tion druggtsl - Â¬ jwr niRKealackJ ins tateof Elegant Hue of liglit and dark Chal 40- lies at the Palace Go lo Lakira Cash Store for Grocer RESOURCES Loans Md dtseetnita Overdrafts secured and i U S Beads to seenre rlrrntosseat- Dne from appro vert reneree t Use I mm ether National Itoe from State bnnks and bankern Cnrrant expenses and taxes paid Btlls ef ether Banks Fractional paper enrroacy iistbtij and eents Sir MUOhM tVtWW I K 7 15 to a- - i fl LETTERS - JnJsrMr MN Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1j- I I Â¬ -- 1 Â¬ - - TER38S CASH Â¬ t PAY TTPI CRAPSEY AroMtocts BROWN I Â¬ Â¬ KIIDEBBARTEI - Â¬ TJ Â¬ sick-liead- inii ts -- iic Â¬ Â¬ iroisinsrsuovnsr Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ HORROR 1 ilc Â¬ Â¬ J SALE OP LOTS Â¬ INSURANCE TORNADO Forty Two Acres FIRE and Â¬ a -- - NEW HOME P M POPE Â¬ CSLEBEATSD j3IsiailaRAsjJHS At HEM r FnsCassea1 3ftus t r m jr--as- y Tr m 0ie 1 l-i i JrtJnf ZZttVflJkl -- l s SsTT SS9r ffiygWfflTfflgBjri sSaSifelJa - iSwCSfrt- - P- fcfci a K4iUlLtUaL5iilllillNliifiifMijk-i--1iB in0WQKE13i4ffl9BlniBliBCEffiiBQECfla4ABl laXatatBmfemJQflflDBHBM 1 Ir- - W- - Ti a sVs - -- - IJ- - XEHTOCKYCEHTBALB B FRESH FASHION NOTES THE RUSSIAN POLICE VictorGleichon was recently in New Yorlc Tho only American girls who havo contracted morganatic alliances aro Miss Loo of Now York now tho CdUiltosB Uf Walddrsdd tUt who on hor marriago with the lato 1rindd Frederick of Schleswlg IIolstoln re- Â¬ ceived from tho Emperor Sf Austrin tho title of Princess of Norr and Miss Eliso Honsler of Boston an actress who on becoming in 1869 tho wifo of the lato King Consort of Portugal was created Countess of Edla Among tho sovereigns whohavo con Â¬ PlTH AND POINT Ho HtTi Hi ABGuf Winds BLUE GRASS ROUTE 9hertet and Route from Central Kentoclj to Alt Point North Eart Wct and Soirth wet FAST LINE BETWEEN QtncVrst ROYAl r L RtiYAL6ai j Lexington If a 2 SOCTH HOtJNIUBx San Cincinnati DaHy l tH p MCaapnt Schedule in Effect May 12th 1S89 N4 No 6 Busfcu pm pm pm pm pm pm pm TV pm Ivrr 1j Arr Arr lAH Ca t iorl vi fco a i 1 e Kalmautli MMMa liVf WtHatireter J Wi Mtar acao fcaoat a ac Art HtehimimlJ asaspi Arr tcjapi 4 tirWMMftv pi 40 Pi Air Uiontnrd ASK ruiZ ai i lUMp POWDER Thlg powder nevrr vnrleK A innrvel o parity Mi rnch and whoieaoraenesa Jloro economical tlian the onllnary klrds and cannot be aold in compeTH ion vriih llie mill Ulndea of low Ic t Miort weight alnm nnd pliopliat powder Hold only In rutin ItoYAL lUKINCi roWDEKlX 109 Wnll ftrprt Air lnrtttjp4oa KORTH BOUND Bqrga 3 M P pro pw alt- Pl No1 Ex8an - Absolutely Pure Ne No 5 Ex Ban Arr L I Laqmir Arr mBhmwd- - Iat lAr IJrtngto- Kn btwet 9Mmf nl Imi- - r ntf am J yjf a 740 am 5 am -- - Newport 21 20 RjJTlifliiT 715 am 7 48 St- ATT JJiaiaiBiiiur QtfMttllnna LWa LaartHBlon la FMiniuilli Arr OBliiatnn AIT NXHCTM L 1W - 330 pm 4tt pm JMSP 4s pm 414 pm cja pm j pm fc4S Pm uHmill MAYSVILLE BRANCH BOUNU N am 7100 am j45 pra K 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euros Confftftnp tlon which u Scrofula of tho itinril by Its wonacrf nl blood - purlfylDff lnThroratlngand nutritlre properties It taken In tlmc ForoWeak Lungs Spitting of Wood Short Â¬ ness of Breath Catarrh la the Head Bron- Â¬ chitis Sercre CotA Asthma and kindred affections It 18 a MTerelgn remedy It promptly cures the sererest Coughs Forv Torpid Utct Biliousness or Liver 0mplainC Dyspepsia nd lndUiestlon It is un unccjualed remedy Sold by drugzlBtB auca - 2524 Ijatium ctoMlMBwII ana LexiBtun TKAIN SOTtttiSo S reiw dallv between Turtlinliiii tnni OlHctwiiml Nn 4 runmlnliy Mat Z mn make roaiiecKHiK xl Vlntlitn Icr far patwlK en the N N AM V Ky lis 4 MMkK ttiK enaiMfcthHi hi Lexington IMMHtrAXT Tnriiw rf title line unwHr rHmxUaiml ilepart from Une Central Id Ion lmwaiajer MaUion UnrinnHlL makliiemn neKaim fwall polHt North Knot Wti t Tmrnxoxh Tlekta wW hiuI HnHie Cheeked amy potat rcMcbcd hy a rallnNtd il particulars atMrww orcallfHi any lar lullUw OniinmBynr aaittaf Sw8 Dcn3cr V 37 H Tmf Iwsr Ant UM4nHU U MUJfSON U E II BACON Trav Pawr Agt Lexluglou Ky ef life 6 MoK6htli F JL MOKHKUeHI lw AgU Cladnnatl M K MUXTINOTON V Pre A Oen Manr V5Rvor1eto RfeOLAfojiCo y KCARRAgC lu Klehmood Ky I OAWk UhamlterofUaHimerce Build CUManiialJ O Dal GJienault Co NEW FIRM ixumr goods We vrtek to anirouitcc lo tlie public tkat w have just opened in the house next door to the Gar8 net t House on Second street a fresh stock of the beat brands 01 Â¬ MILES TIE SHORTEST 8 Hours the Quickest BETWEEN STAPLE and FANCY V Groceries thai can be had in the cities propose to sell Cincinnali and TIME 27 HOURS b Orleans ENTIRE THAINS BAGGAGE CARS DAY COACHED We AND SLEEPERS Run Through Vlthout Change CHEAP for CASK Gome and see us and be convinced that we have a first class slock Â¬ 110 JULES THE SHORTEST 7 HOURS Tint QUICKEST HkTWKRN at Eeasonable Prices We shall aim to secure a fair share of custom by square dealing and the handling of desirable goods DAVID C11ENAULT 28- - Cincinnati Jacksonville Florida TIME 2S HOURS The Only Line KuDulng Through Sleeping Cars Cincinnati to Jacksonville Without Clmnge Â¬ THE SHORT LINE FROM JUNCTION CITY TO CO CHAlTANOOGAj BIRMINGHAM MERIDIAN JAOKS0N VIOKSBURG MOBILE Clone Connection leans Made at New Pncitic and TeXus Pncific for Or- Â¬ th Southern mT s -- mmmmm Texas Mexico 12 Hours Quicker tliuu California any other Line Direct Connection Matlent Shreveport with Texas ami Pacific Ky witliout Transfer for Nothern Tezas Mesico California and tho West iSTFor Rates Mat c nildrefs FRANK W WOOLEY Trav Pns ArL JexlnKtoii Ky or C 8 BARRETT Trav Pass Agt Chattanooga Teun Cincinnati 7kt tsUrt Train 7ha Poinlr Tln luifv HmmS Bl Indianapolis and VlUiit MlmBaSlMpljiy Cars ardElerantBa sliain Chair Cara on Xlght Tralna TCagniflcent Parlor Car a on Day Trains XKXia tad Taaialla A C aaiaAGho li TESCCCB LAFAYETTE J C G ADLT Genl MRr aup U EDWAltDS Gen Pass ARt ClXClKNATX O D SOliTDBzrarsui THa Cincinnati and StLcuis TU tie C L St I EatlwT CBlr Trer Seplc Cart rnnmanRecHnlBi New Fint Clau Coacbe 14 GALT -- - HOUSE KY LOUISVILLE Can Second ClaM Cojackes and CajBr Cars all ran through iriUoat change between Cincumui and SuLouli ir C rjaNmaa TtoSet The Largest and Finest Hotel in the city Elegant Reclining Chair Cars Cincinnati and Peoria HL T imrtu B Rates 250 to Hotel 4 Per Day 32 31 St L A C tail I W Khert Ida Via SHEIOJOU C L St Tx C sad T P W K Edt Atrhlearo St LcoI tat Trerla cleae and Ira 109 IRVINE STREET xaediaU eoeaectloni arc msir with all Maes to ae Trea ina jonawen neat aas Baathwn Next Door to Pest Qice Tbasek TUXtti tat tifnct Qtcb t tU fiiacifal rdati Can h obtained at any Ticket Oficc C I Sc I poa Ticket OSicca thmocboot th coontrr -- Commodious Reclining ChalrCare urnriiK Mzmb PEriiIlli ui Eihi Isia According to rooms Turkish and Russian Baths in HABRISONDMILLEB 4 Furniture Repairing AND lOHN ECAKGealFsMaa4Tkta4TTBt ctxczwwxia UPHOLSTERING DoBe Promptly Please Read m Tlie Hinder Manufacturing Company In lwllilinc a mnpliinr ullb Hand speslaliy AMaoJimPBt ntid Portable to ailafled for invalid travelers coJ SSfi caxii Any one wishing a raiiehliisoMbts type wltlleae leave order at the eflSee 38 First street CARPETS LAID IN Give him a Call 34- - FINE STYLE lOOaOOO WOOL Pounds fANTEB - r y J F Stoke P 8 It tosolil eoJjf by JwKlafttoefc J rdr F st il CovlnetAH Arnold Bro want to buy Gd80potHHis of Wool Will pay the bJgtinet market irtce Tiioge who have wool to eel will Hud It to their taltreeMocalL 48 f- Bfermatton Obtained from Chicago ImÂ¬ The almost Unlimited Field Occupied by Ita itapreaentatlreo porters and Mllllnerv Thoro is probably no country in tho Graceful neck scarfs aro worn with world where the public power occupies stylish homo drcssoa Tho toque nnd tho round hat are the a wider fiold plays a mdrd Important part or loaches the private personal favorites for spring hoadwcn Printed China silks rro evidently life of the citlzon at more points than it does in Russia In a country like destined to a long run of popularity lUook is a leading color in Paris and England or tho United States wlwro the peoplo are the govorning power is in great fnvor for evening tollots tho functions of tho police aro simplo Gold trimming and gold embroidery and cloarly defined and aro limited may be seen oa white and black bonnfor the most part to tho prevention or e-ts Low crowns ara the rule with round tho detection of crime and tho mala hats The brim is much longer in front tonanca of order in public places Id RuSsla however where tho people drd than at the back Spring sky is the fanciful namo of a hot tile governing pdwtlr but hold to popular color It is a dull leaden color that power the relation of an infant Ward to a gtiaMlan the police Occupy reflecting silver lights Notwithstanding the encroaehmonts a vory different and much moro impor- Â¬ of polonaises and rcdingotee round and tant position ThO theory upon whioh tho Govern- Â¬ bolted wnhte Remain to faVor There are many new cotton stufis ment of Russia proceeds is that the for summer They come in all shad 03 citizen not only is incapablo of taking of red in blue of different tints in part in the management of tho affairs of his country h province or his dis- Â¬ pink in gray and in lavender The most popular colors for gloves trict but is incomotont to manago aro tho golden Urdwrisi orange and oven tho affairs of his own household grays Of the latter therd is a great nnd tbaU froin thd llhld when hdlcartfe variety silver antique spring sky hid cradle and begins the strugglo of llfo down to tho time when his weary Russian gray acier and nuns gray Newly Imported black lace dresses gray head is finally laid undor tho sod are being made up over foundations of ho must be guided directed instruct- Â¬ black faille or niorvettleux satin with ed restrained repressed regulated no touch of color visible save tho empire fonced in fenced out braced up kppt sash of old roVe violet or Nile grceri flowd nhd made id dd generally whai Gloves for cVcditijf wear are made somebody else Ultnks U best for him In tea rose cameo silver pale Tho natural outcome of this patornal wheat color primrose jonquil yollow theory of government is the concentra vloux rose strnwborry raspberry tion of all administrative attthorityln Persian mauve a charming rosy tint Of tho hands of a few high officials and ad brtonndds extension df the po violot golden green golden lad Cpai a rosy gray ami a polo Titian rod that lice powor Matters that Id dtudi1 would be choson for its oddity alono countries arc left to tho discretion of Silk cropnlino is a beautiful fabric the individual citizen or to tho judg- Â¬ suitable for ovenlng dress It resem Â¬ ment of a small group of citizens nro bles crepe but is much softer anl regulated 111 Russia bj the Mln later tit more diaphanous and ttHuglng It tho Interior through tho Imperial po- Â¬ may be eri In old rose almond terra lice If you aro a Russian nnd wish cotta Nile green ivory resoda and to establish a nowspaper you must primrose For those who can stand ask the permission of tho Minister of the color pale malvc yellow silk the Interior If you wish to open a Sunday school or any othor sort of wepallne is very offective Young ladies ni c wearing ribbon school whether in a neglected slum of bandeaus in tholr hair with evening St Fotorgburg or in a native village in tollots A number of high loops of Kamchatka you must ask tho permis- Â¬ the ribbon aro placed at the top of tho sion of the Minister of Public Instruc- Â¬ If you wish to give a concert or coUTure uphold by invisible wires to tion keep thorn in position Silver fillets to get up tableaux for the benefit of an aro also worn with a Grecian stylo of Orphan asylum you must ask pormis dross Such bands are of course suited aion of the Ci nearest represent- Â¬ tho only to women who have abundant ative of tho Minister of Interior then submit your pro- Â¬ tressos and classical features A stylish Mario Antoinette toilet do gramme of exorcises to a censor for signed as a dancing dress for a New approval or revision and finally hand York belle is made of olivo and old roso over the proceeds of the entertainment shot satin brocaded with tiny gold to the police to be ombozzlod or given rosebuds This material forms tho to the orphan asylum as It may hap bodice and bock breadths over a skirt pcn If you wish to sell newspapers of plain olive silk draped with old roso on tho street you must get permission tulle faintly flecked with gold Tho bo registered in the books of tho police and wear a numbered brass plate as pointed bodice is cut away in a deep openV shapo in tho nock front and big as a saucer arddnd your neck If back with a Marie Antoinette fichu of Volt ansa to opjn a drugstdrds A print the not vailing the edges This airy iag offlca a photograph gallery or a tulle fichu crosses in front and tho ends book store you must get permission are carried to tho back and there If you are a photographer and do gracefully knotted tho sash falling Biro to chango tho location of your over tho shimmering folds of the bro-Â¬ place of business you must get per- Â¬ mission If you are a student and go cade Chicago News to a public library to consult LyoU Principles of Geology or Spencers SWEET PUNISHMENT Social Statics you will find that A KehoolmasUrly fitpcrlmcnt That Was you can not oven look at such danger a Decided Failure ou6 and incondlaty volumes wlthddt Mary Jano Craycraft said tho special permission If you are teacher sharply you will tako your bicinu yod must get permission a phy before seat over there between Joe Bridgo you can praotice and then if you do water and Bob Anft ell1 not wish to respond to calls in tho A blush dyed the cbcok of the little night you must have permission to ro glrL She half rose hesitated and sat fuso to go furthermore if you wish down again to proscribe what aro known in Rus Â¬ Do as you are told or sia as poworfully acting medicines And Mr Hoskinson reached up for you must have the long tapering osage orauge switch tho druggist will special permission or not dare to fill your trimmed of its thorns that rested on proscriptions If you aro a peasant two nails driven into the wall back of and wish to build a bathPhorise on your his desk promisos you must get permis- Â¬ Mary Jane waited no longer Mr sion If you wish to thresh out Hoskinson was a man of his word She your graid in tho evening by went ovor and took her seat between candle light you must got tho two boys who submitted to the br bribe the pollcei If ybu permission wish visitation with that bflliont endurance more thaii fifteen miles away id gd from that boys will sometimes manifest when your home you must got permission circumstances ovor which thoy have no If you are aforoign travolor you must control place by their side tlie prettiest got permission to como into tho Em- Â¬ girl in school pire permission to go out of it per- Â¬ As an experiment for this one after- Â¬ mission to stay in longer than six noon I have decided that every girl months nnd must it notify the police who whispers or violates any of tho every time jou chango your boarding rulos announced the toachor em- Â¬ place In short you can not live phatically shall be punished in pre- Â¬ move or have your boing in the Russian cisely the same way NaomiJaok80n Empire without permission Goorgo he continued I saw you jiut thai Konnan in Couturyi chow of spruce gum in jour mouth You will take your seat on the beys MORGANATIC MARRIAGES side between Bon Parrott and Sol Thejr Aro Perfectly Respectable not Con- Loczer fer No IMzhta on the Wile With an air of the deepest contrition Morganatic marriages aro but littlo Naomi compllod understood cither in tho United States Phobo Joanna Clifton rang out or in England By some they aro reÂ¬ tho sharp voice of Mr Hoskinson garded as a kind df somWcgalized con march over thoro and sit down be- Â¬ cubinagc by others tboy arc believed tween Hoddy Ingraham and Jay Scc to confer tho full rights and privileges loyl You wero whispering Laura of an ordinary marriage Even tho Bainbridgc I saw you taking a blto of Origin ot tho word morganatic is Ud apple You will go and tako your known Its most likely derivation scat between Ed Montgomery and Davo howover is from the Scandinavian Erwin Lute Demoss and Tom Yoo Vorb morgjan to shorten or limit mako room botween you for Hester implying that tho rights of tho inferior Jones She has upset her ink Nancy of tho two contracting parties are Bildorback ho vociferated and do not extend to Ihavo limited punished you before for eating in tho full condition of the others school Bring me that dough nuU Now rank Tlus a morganatic wife go and sit dowri botwcod Billy Peters has no right either to her husbands and Hiram Grafll title or fortune Ho is not permitted to Tho schoolmaster wiped his fore Â¬ charge tho family domain with a llfo head ncrvouely and looked about him interest in her behalf She is deprived again Tho girls woro strangoly ro from tho appanage ordinarily foseivod gardlcss of the rules Discipline must lor tno wire of her husbands family bo maintained and if ho dies without specially pro- Â¬ Clara Hankins he exclaimed put viding for her and her children out of that book back on Ellen Simpsons desk his savingo or private and Unentailed and go and tako your scat between fortune both she and her offspring aro John Noill and Billy Houk This dis left penniless Moreover although tho obedience must bo stopped Fanny position of a morganatic wife is regard- Â¬ Kershaw I saw you writing a commu- Â¬ ed as perfectly i espectablo yet her husÂ¬ nication on your slato Go and tako band is at liberty during hor lifctimo your scat botween Jim Stevenson and and without obtalnin g any separation or George Ramsey divorce to contract another marriago Fifteen minutes later Mr Hoskinson with a Princess of his own rank with a despairing groan dismissed Among tho numerous instances there Â¬ the children for tho day The girls of of may bo cited that of Princo Chris- Â¬ his usually quiet school wero misbe Â¬ tian of Schleswig Holstetn who at tho having to a degree hohad nover before time whea ho married Princess Helena known in all his oxperience and thoro of Great Britain and became tho w was no way to punish them of Queen Victoria was knowa The boys side of Iheroom was too to possess a morganatic wifo and a full of girls to hold any mora Chicago numerous family of morganatic chil-Â¬ Tribune dren who lived in a small provincial town ncarFrankfort-on-tho-Mat- n An Â¬ PITH AND POINT other caso was that of tho Due do Passing through a field of melons Berry at one timo tho hoir presump-Â¬ It is not wise to stoop to tie ones shoo tive to the throne of Franco who al-Â¬ A work well begun is half donot though morganatically married to an but tho other half should not bo neg Â¬ English woman Miss Lydia Thomp- Â¬ son was forced by reason of state to lected Tho human mind is a gem but it become the husband of a Princess of is sometimes very much impaired by a tho royal house of Naples Notwithstanding these drawbacks bad setting Jewolors Weekly Purposes llko eggs unless tfioybe the sistor of the present Duke of Rich- Â¬ hatched into action will run Into decay mond and Gordon tho most haughty and poworful peer of Great Britain did Smiles Tho best sign that a man boliovo3 not consider it beneath hor dignity to become morganatic wifo of Princo anything is not his repetition 61 Its Edward the Saxe of Weimar a cousin of formulas but his impregnation with its tho reigning Grand Duko of one of tho spirit Brooks Bmallost of the petty German States If there wero no roadors thoro She is entitled to appear at court both would be no writers To Indulge in at home tho reading of badbooks is to give bad of Saxe and abroid not as a Princess Woimar but only as a Countess authors tholr powor for evil S S ot Dornburg Another member of tho Times same house Prince Gustavo of Saxe Love that has nothing but beauj Welmar is married to n Dalmatian to keep It in good health is short lived diva of cafe chantant fame who and apt to have ague fits Erasmus on tho day of her wedding received the How can a man expect sympathy title of Baroness Neupurg In who insists oa shinning up his family the same way Prince Victor of tree only to shako hands with tho grhv Hohonlohe who docs not oven ping monkeys at tho top belong to a reigning dynasty but T only to a mediatized family ttnd Virtue consists in matins - Who holds the rank at Admiral fn Wa subordinate pi duty paasioa to prinel 1 Enelfeb Navv is marrW mnrmumtlMi juo me puiars of cnarAoter aro mod Â¬ ty to jxum irtysaour who is knowjpiaaj eration teraperaaoe ctmtlly sha uoao nr idUaty 8lfHatcel iteDthed kwlf- - ma vuataEs ot uretanes tfeajoaif this union a youRjj Getiat son-in-la- A woman who enters politics mVist remomborthat chivalry is left outside judgment henceforth rules not sontt ihent tdwi THd Bdti bf Heaven could not condescend to a3k for a conlprittlbH to the Dragon Throne from any of tho rulers of these insignificant countries It is tho Dowagor Empress who choosos tho lady who becomes her successor The Dowagor Empress in the present caso is not tho mother of tho Emperor sho is the mothor of the lato Emperor Tung chih During his minority sho and tho Empress of HidiifuHg neltfd as Hdgontsj on IUng chilis death in i83 wholi tho present Emperor then a mere child was ap- Â¬ pointed to tho throne tho two ladies again took charge of the government as Rogonts In 1881 the other Empress died Sho was known as the Eastern Empress and tho Western Empress continued tho re- Â¬ gency On his marriago tho Emperor assumes full powers and the Regent retires into private life Tho present Jimporor was born in 1871 ho is tho son of Princo Chun ono of the brothers of tho Emperor Hien Fung He is thus a full cousin to the lato Emperor Tung Chlh who died in 1875 The latter died child- Â¬ less thus causing a break irt thd direct succession df tho Ta Chiug or Great Puro Dynasty Tung Chih loft a will appointing tho present Emperor to succeed him on tho throne His tiamb before becoming Emporor was Tsai tion but on becoming Emporor of China a now namo is always as summed and tho now ruor will bo known as Kwang su which means An Inheritance of Glory Vast as may bd thd Empire of China many as may bo the millions ho rulos over this young man of eighteen must at least for some years to como count for littlo in tho national policy Documents will bo placed before him and ho with tho Dragon Pencil will sign them As hmpcrorhe becomes a priest and will havo now to ofllclato in tho imperial temples tho great colobration being that at tho tomplo of Heaven At tho Confucial templo he has to address thd literati and an important duty in Chinese eyes is thaj of visiting tho tombs of tho dynasty whore ho offers Bacrifico and worships his ancestors Thcso tombs aro some distance to tho northwest of Pokin and havo to bo visited once a year by tho reigning Emporor If an firapcror of China should chanco to havo natural abilities ho labors under the greatest disadvantages In their development Every action of his life is affected by the etiquette of an elaborate coremonlal the two hun dredtvolumos and tho officials whd In- Â¬ quire into Heaven who interpret tholr meaning must swaddle up his whoio existence as if ho wero a mummy He has none of tho ordinary intercourse which othor mortals havo with their felloW creatures All who approach him havo to do so knocking their heads on tho ground oa his exalted throne he is cut off from all thoso in- Â¬ fluences which would and do improve tho heart and mind His position can not bo better expressed than by re- Â¬ peating what tho Chinese thomsolvcs say He is as solitary as a god London News Too Willing by Half Ydii cad ffd iiidrd toll a nfatf s abili Â¬ ty by tho size of his hat thari yoU Criri tell his strength by measuring his1 overcoat shoulders Many men spend a dollar to savo ten conU thoy woar out a nlcklos worth of shoo leather in getting a gift of two cents worth of grindstone from a neighbor tracted morganatic marriages aro the When you got into a tight place lato King VIctdr tininiaduOl of Italy and every thing goes against yott till who gavo his left hand at tho Altar to it Moms ai If ydd could hot hold on a tho notorious Roslna subsequently momont longer novor glvo up then created Countoss df lllrafiori the ltttd for that is just the place and time that Czar whb married the Princess THo tho tldoll turli IIarrlot Bccchor gtfrSuki and conerred upotl her dt IHd Stowet timo tho title of Princess Turloffsky Hopo Is a prodigal ydjiriff heir and tho late King of Portugal whoso namo Experience is his banker but hU drafts has already boon mentioned above are seldom honored since there is and the reigning Grand Duko of Saxe often a heavy balanco against him bo Molningon Who is married to ad act cause ho draws largoly on a small cap- Â¬ rcss of tho namo of Helono Franz ital is not yot in possession nnd if ho created Baroness Hold burg The lato wore would die Colton Frederick William 1IL of Prussia con- Â¬ --Two English servants Ann Wardo ferred tho title of Princess tldgUltzcrt and fitiza Wylde wont to a Salvation tho Countoss of Harrack when ho con- Â¬ Army meeting On tt SUttday OVenlngi tracted a morganatic marriago with overstayed the time when they should her and tho lute Queen Christina of have been home and for fear of a Spain elevated a simplo soldier of scolding tied thomsolvcs together with humble origin into a Duke of itlnnceres a woolen scarf and drowned themselves when sbb married him itf 133d Brus- Â¬ In a can ah sels Cor N Y T glbund Recreation is to thd Mind what whetting is to tho scythe lie thfer SOLITARY AS A GOD fore who sponds his whole time in The TJaril Line Surrounding tho Tonne recreation is over whetting nover ttmperor of China As yet tho doings of tho Chlnoaa mowing his grass may grow and his liars lib particular interest outside seed starve as on tho contrary ho tholr own country Tho marriage oi who always works and never recreates tho Emperor is a strong proof that is evor moving ndvc whetting labor Â¬ this is tho caso An imperial alliance ing much to little purposed Tho iittle dwarfed flower thai of the sarao kind in tho West would havo sent a nutter ih8iigH bVbry court springs iuto life in tho crevice of soniS in Europe No Chancelor or Premier rd3l Shut id from sUri and rairi grows li will disturb himself about tho rank or struggling toward tho light flttd tho relations of tho lady who becomes withors gives forth a perfect seed In tho which tho winds bear to moro favor- Â¬ tho Empross of China Flowory LandItself tho choos- Â¬ able soil So it is that tho influence of ing of an Imperial bride has no a word may not bo fott by the nature political interest sho comes from on which it falls but its spoil may bo no royal house princely or oven blue borne to more yielding heart and thero blood is not a necessary qualification blossom in gladness Sho has to bo selected from tho Eight We talk of joyless peoplo and yot Banners a phrase Which expressed though thard may be a few of suoh the Mnnchtl army of loktn Wo should lhor arts ndt oftdn met with To fioar foil thoiri the guards for they aro ly fatery ond dven though he bo In tho the personal defenders df the Emperor severest situation there is something Up till lately tho Emperor of China that gives hini plisurei Add bidden only know of the Western nations as beneath exteriors that appear to bd foreign dovlls and tho small states wholly despairing thero is frequently such as the Coroa which arc In con- Â¬ a gladness that amounts to an exhila- Â¬ tact with China go undor the namo of ration Llko tho eye of tho dosort tho tribute bearing nations Ambas Â¬ thoy gleam oven In tho starlight sadors from those states present tributo United Presbyterian as feudatories and la doing sd appear before the Emperor Oh tholr stomachs 6INDBAD IN AMERICA knocking their heads on tho ground a ceremony known as the kow What thn Famoai Arabian SallcJf Heard -- - amble forth from a black walnut cabi- Â¬ net which has boon previously exam- Â¬ ined by a committeo from tho audience and convorso affably with thoso thoy havo known and loved in lifetime Sho will eh said Hindbad with an incredulous smile Yes she will and I can prove it responded Sindbad evidently hurt But her best racket is to got a backer in thd shSpa of a venerable man with dreamy eyes and good business con- Â¬ nections The way she freezes onto him if I may bo permitted tho expres- Â¬ sion is a caution Mediums as thcso rarely gifted beings aro called como high but some of tho moncycd men feel that they must havo them t So I should suppose said Hlnd- Â¬ bad stifling a yawa and trying to look Sindbad gazed at him sharply a fow moments and then with a sigh resumed Another thing which Interested mo a good deal in the land of tho Franks was the mind cure which has grown to bo quite a business Pre been think- Â¬ ing some of introducing it into Bag Â¬ dad Docs it take much capital asked Hlndbad It doesnt take any Suppose I am a professor of tho scienco of mental healing You arc taken 111 and send for me I sit by your sldo In silence and with closed eyes for about half an hour I then collect two sequins and goon to my next stand And what good docs that do mo demanded Hindbad said tho sailor That depends with a significant shrug ot his shoul- Â¬ ders Humph And you mean to say that the Franks stand that sort ot tho biggest thing 1 struck diir ing my sojourn In tho United States remarked Sindbad after a long period was the Spiritualistic of silence racket Whats that inquired Hlndbad with an appearance of interest What Is it cried Sindbad excit- Â¬ Well Its tho greatest Idea edly you evor hoard of The schema Is generally worked by on elderly fomale df about twd hundred pounds Weight with an emotional fiatufdand a wicked eye For a trilling sum equivalent to about three sequins of our money this lady will cause a choice assortment of spirits of all ages and both soxes to AbOUt and Saw In tll HfW Wofldi interested and How flaAre Camet trr Then Mankfacf Iirfec1te4 i Tho atmosphere wfifctf eurroaods ihls earth the presence of which- it essential to the existence of every living being extends to a very coaslder jCblo height and as the philosopheri HaTc5 demonstrated oxorta a pressure of fifteen pdaad on every squaro inch Thla being ro of the earths surado membored wo can readily conceive that evory motion or agitation of thlt atmosphere will bo sensibly folt whethor it occur in slight and gentle breezes such as may on a summers evening refresh all animate nature or whether It assume a more fearful character such a when under tho form of tho simoon it threatens death to overy traveler In tho desert By agency of the winds the atmos Â¬ phere is purified from tho noxious ef riurirt which arise from tho marshy soils nhd stagnant waters and which would be dcstfUciiyo alike io animal and vegetable life by tholr currents the clouds aro transported ink distant regions where falling In rain thoy re- Â¬ fresh and fertilize lands that would otherwise bo barren by their aid too littlo seeds provided with pinions or Itlftgod oa it woro for tho purpose such is tho benoflccfit foresight of Nat- Â¬ ure aro borne along to spread1 fair and wide tho empire of vegetation The ingenuity of man too has made a lover of tho winds which ho has ap- Â¬ plied in tho operation of machinery Us faay bo observed in wind mills also In tatting advantage of their power and adapting them td hk service by the ingenious manner in which the sails of a ship aro set to catch overy side wind that may still urge her on her voyage Thd Cause of winds is Bimplo and easily Understood Wbcn tho air by which wo are surrounded becomes pcclfleally lighter lrt fcdflscquoace of whlcii 11 fifoiinW npwiirrfs and thd coldor and donscr air which ffurrffundV the mass thus rarifiod rushes id US upply its place- When tho door Of a heated apart- Â¬ ment is thrown open a current of air is thereby immediately produced the warm air from tho apartment passing out near tho top of the door and the cold air from tho possago rushing In below On applying thcso principles to ao cdUnt fo thd origin of tho wind wo had that when thd rays ram tho sun by thei rdflectidti from the earths surface have rarided portion of the surrounding air the air so rarifSed afc cends into the higher regions of thd atmosphere and the colder air by which it was surrounded moves for ward ia a sensible current to fill tho vacuity When also a condensation of vapor in tho atmosphere suddenly takes place giving riso to clouds which speedily dissolve in rain thd temperature of tho surround- Â¬ ing air is sensibly altered and the colder rushing in upon the warmer gives rise to a sUddert gust of wind For this reason a cold heavy shWfe passing over head with a hasty fall of enow or hall Is often attended with a violent and snden gust of wind such as tailors call a squtll which ceases when tho cloud disappear but is re newed when another cloud sweeping along in tho same direction brings with it a fresh blntit Accordingly a whistlingj Or howling or noise of tho wind is Universally considered to be a prognostic ot rairi bectdso it indicates that a chango is taking place in tho temperature of tho atmosphoro owing to the vapor in its higher regions be- Â¬ ing condensed into rain clouds Tho general nature ot the winds in this and in other countries depends very much on the character of the rcgioa whence thoy may have swept and accordingly it is necessary to re- Â¬ member that tho globe is divided into five zones or belts tho torrid which is exposed to the direct rays of tho sun the two temperate zones which meet- Â¬ ing tho rays of the sun obliquely on joy a moderatd degree of heat and the two frigid zones Which deprived Of tho heat of the sun for A great part of the year and during tho other part receiving his rays still moro obliquely aro regions of Ico and snow Currents of wind aro described not according to tho point to which thoy proceed as is the caso with tho cur-Â¬ rents of tho 6CS but according Jo that from which thoy aro derived By a westerly current of water we Imply a current flowing towards tho west by a westerly current of air one coming from the west Wo may now therefore observe that wind is moist bpcauso it comes from the Atlantic where a great quantity of vapors arise When mingled with that of tho south which comes from the torrid zone it is rendered particularly warm The wind Is the driest which comes from thd coritinent of Asia where thero are few seas Tho north wind howover is the coldest because it sweeps from the Immense tracts of ico and snow in tho frigid zone Tho northeasterly winds are ia this country proverbially chilly and bitter N Y Ledger -- IW 1 5 10 COMMANDMENTS and buy from us Think Carefully 2 Decide Wisely The Best is the Cheapest 3 Act Immediately When Bargains aro Offered 4 Work Diligently Until You Reach Our Placo 7 8 9 2iffW Main TJs - 10 Deal Honestly Is Our Motto Investigate Thoroughly If You Do Not Know Buy Irerfttonlly If You Would Plonso Us Sell Reasonably Ha Ever Been Our Aim TAY rKOMPTLY Is Our Earnest Request Follow the TEN COJIMANDMENTS thoy will tiUiwiitely fewl you to success and and make us happy SHACKELFORD DKALKIIS GENTRY Ef ALL KINDS OP HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE WOODENWARE HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Tools and Material ALL KINDS ot METAL ROOFING and GUTTERING FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS PLOWH HAY RAXES WHEELBARROWS FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC LOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET ETC AND YOU WILL FIND US SEACKELF0KDGE1TTY Richmond Ky July 10 18S9 - jgvV g AT McKEES OLD STAND Cor Main and First Streets Richmond Ky TIIE EATEST SPRING STYLES AND BEST GRADES OF CUSTOM MADE CXOTB3El All sizes shapes ages and kinds of men and boys can find precisely what they want No matter how fat or how lean or how tall or how small White can fit you JL J31G-HJTS STOCK OF CUFFS SHIRTS CfllUeS IIDEIKU Suspenders Handkerchiefs Gloves Nectties Umbrellas Walking Ganes TKTTNKS YALISES and everything else in his line RODBS DAL E THE RODESDALE ADDITION IS NOW ON THE MARKET WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE NONE ELSE NEED APPLY LOTS wenty Six Lots Ml feet Â¬ Â¬ FUrIr6FFUN Judge At first you stole 60 and then afterwards 40 Aro you nover going to do better Criminal Why your Honor I did better that time by 20 Fliegende Blatter Wh03e lace is printed dn the ton dollar greenbacks asked Quigloy of Bagloy Blessed if I know said Baglcy I never study the face as much as I do the figure Albany Journal A wealthy man ruined by now wheat read Mrs Talkone This is sad she commented but thousands of wealthy men aro ruined by Old Bye and tho papers dont say aay thine about it Ah said Miss Flirty it must bo nice to have a sailor beau for thoy have nice yardarms Such a protec-Â¬ tion know its so because I read in a book about their bracing their yard arros Ocean T robably ho most expensive carÂ¬ pet over manufactured is that owned by tho Maharajah of Baroda It took three jears to make and cost 200 000 It is made ontlrely of strings of pure colored pearls with the center and corners of diamonds How is youron coming Pastor on Ive not seon him lately Parent Pretty wclL I hope ho is not showing any signs of becoming fast aa is so frequontly the case with boys in largo cities Fast Why parson hois a messenger boy Texas Sitt- continued Sindbad unlike ours nevor become afflicted with cranial enlarge Â¬ ment hut are characterized by a shrinking modesty which at times Is almost painful I should also mention that bald heads are nover seen in tho front row at burlesque performances as in Bagbad and that mashers aro unknown American humorists I must not forgot to add are prohibited by law from perpetrating Censure is not aroused by tho and references to Susan B chestnuts Anthony prudent oxortion of ability To think the mother-in-latho highly of oursolvesln comparison wtth poem are never foundandtheir spring In works others to assumo by our own au- Â¬ By the beard of tho Prophet thority that precedence which none ia cried Hindbad enthusiastically as ho willing to grant must always bo in Â¬ reached for his turban a wonderful vidious and oflensivo but to rate our country I You must tell me moro about powers high in proportion to things the next time I come And and Imagine oursolves cual to groat it meandered thence around ho pondering deep Â¬ undertakings while wo leave others In ly upon what he had heard F A Possession of thn mmn nTitllt i Stearns In N Y World not with equal justice provoko con 1 iN x Loflger His Case the Sadder Buro Mr W M brother of Lynch Â¬ This is the soventh tim vitMn burg Va owns tho memorial ring two hours that you have ankod worn by General Washington aftors tho hmen mo train loft Tor Lansing mat re death pf his brother Lawrence It is plied the policeman at the Third a cluster diamond set in platiaa and Street depot to a young man with a gold On the outside in a curiously sachel wrought style is engraved tho mwae Isit against the law of Lawrence Washington and the date No but is rather annoying tc of his death The ring is meaHoacd mo and described Sa Washlnirtri wni aBaoys jes liswdoyo Ttn nd was bagMiiqtffi by hmlo thlaklmustfwl about Itf The fare uisn wttiow wao was amis Fr- w ana rve got te fefatfc of som w -- Twlrliger to his brido of a month Darling I intend to bring home two old chums to dinner You wont mind will you Mrs De Twirligor fondly Mind you silly boyl Why Til bo only too delighted and and Til mako tho bis- Â¬ cuits myself to night Arthur Mr Do Twlrliger turning pale On second thoughts I will not trouble you No firmly no darling we will dine out Drakes Magazine Dp distinct articulation of tho church choirs you can always understand overy blamed word thoy sing Allah is great ejaculated Hiad -- Cortalnly I do Do you doubt my word No but Tm glad you told mo bo eauso I had a different idea of them returned Hindbad gazing at the cell- Â¬ ing with a peculiar smile Yes muttorcd Sindbad beneath his broath his face flushing with in- Â¬ dignation youll swallow alltho fairy stories I want to tell you and call for moro but as soon as I get down to cold facts you begin to express in- Â¬ credulity All right havo it your own way Another thing Hlndbad ho added aloud that impressed me deeply in the United States was the thing Will be sold on following terms Twenry Five Dollars cash balance in install meots of SI50 on Saturday 0 each week to be paid to Dr W G WhlieSecre taryof the Richmond B L Corporation who will receipt for the money No interest will be charged on the purchase money until after the expiration of 14 months from date of sale thereafter G per cent- - wilt be charged 011 the purchase money remaining unpaid By this method parties can buy and pay for a good lot at a small price ou easy terms without interest and free oi city tax Any young man io Richmond can buy one or more of these lota and pay for it without feeling the burden In the very near future this property will be worth imicb more than It ia now selling at The city is rapidly extending ia that direction and will ultimately absorb Eodesdale For further information call on W G White E W Wiaaissor StkpheitD PABistsir Rlchmoud Ky 48- - j bad piously Tljcir actors with animation Hi JBlEfiaNl II IHlfjMaaMLayfQaiJflJjZT1 TtrgMaff agaaaaMaMCT i aa a Wood We have the only SINGLE APRON BLNDEB on the market It is manufactured by Walter A BREGK Â¬ PHELPS ings i Oh look Goorgo thoy aro hang Â¬ ing out an ice cream sign across tho etrootr The words wero fow and softly spoken and yotthey took all the brightness out of tho spring sunshine all the music from tha song birds notes ail tho melody from the vernal zephyr and all the change out of Georges pocket Merchant Traveler Sncakin of twins mM ia man Champkina thoro wa3 twoboyi raised in bur neighborhood that looked just alike till their dyln day Lcm didnt havo any teeth and his brothci Davo did but thoy looked pree ciaolj alike all the same The only way yott could tell em apart was to put youi finger in Lenjk mouth and if he b yecHwaeJJaj L Lawlatoa Jouraat - Carpenters Work I am prepared to do all Uhids of Carpenters work in first clasa styje Also estimates furnished on short notice H TYLER BAXTER S2- FinenCarriages NEW BUGjBIESr - PAY UP corae JE NPHfiTOHS j 1- and i ettle at once thoy will save cost T AH persons Indebted to me pircmilGEs XlptWlES 1W SULSES and nv or ir jt wrtfa 1 flr will neae By so doiuc I A D RUFF FOE SE2fT TWO rofWHB Rt My vehftfes m ervJetofat uihnu iiit rr Hifls njir ttBfevitwtgiwry atii mC en L5ft- - Apply COTtAGBi tr n VA c JfH VRfili Jl W- - wftJN w vtcfayii3 twain tee we Wat tftrWftrMU mp iO3H0ELP 1 r r r gft eyf tt r 5jc aKi