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R- - tn K- WS Ir--eya-y-- M- l- M- - J II I liVS J1W 1 urn mi H ff JULY y h 1 5 jj volume ATTORNEY m 1 i yrnt Shows through RICHMOND WHOLE MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY PLYMOUTH AND CAMBRIDGE- 31 1889 BUSINESS NUMBER 7 E J VERY SLIGHT CLEWS LIFE SAVING DEVICES A Oon to Throw Unes from the Shore ta flow Tera Marshatt Onee Upoa a Time De Â¬ Its t Shipwrecked Vessel tected a Bsrglar Mrs 31 Do 0 Forman Visits Places of ATTORNEY In a pulef shady dell derous tails Ienptw el ve or nrteen feet Banquets visits presentations In- Â¬ I Woolwich Arseal is surely the last Tom Marshall was at ooa tlma tha fcfTVery rippling irtreaTD BjJ a Note- and Writes Attractively Kentucky Ri IIMOND above the water and come down on W here sweet violet bow their bends augurations of monuments speechify Â¬ place in tho world likely to be con Â¬ favorite hero of the bar la KeBtaMky In a place I foveao dream ing military manouvera and long rail- Â¬ nected with experiments in life saving Hia aetrntea Us wit his aagMtia r the surface with such force that the re- Â¬ t F A R Baron in on Plrs t ltu Boston June 27 715 a m way journeys absorb most of tha tirao apparatus And yet yesterday after- Â¬ power over a jury whether ha aap port can be heard for a mile or 80 Just long before my lmlr was white which ho does not devote to the graver noon a party of gentlemen including peaed to be drank or sober gave rlsa In the iass of long ago imagine what u noie a log forty or I shall leave here Saturday a m for V MLLIVAN StcnUngway from horau pne ovef concerns of state Every day brings several Government officials attended to numberless anecdote aboot biem The extensivo dealers in filfty feeHonj and five or six feet in New Bedford and remain until Mon- Â¬ T TORN El- - A T ZA If Therewe rnyetl where violets grow him a batch of telegrams announcing within the confines of that mighty One of tbe least known is the istfww diameter would make If yon could pick day p m then take one of those J Kentucky births marriages or dcath3 in other storehouse and manufactory to witness iag Van I eer forget Hint time Rihmond splendid Fail River steamers for New up and throw It into deep water it Gen Or tho sunsotH golden glow T Marshall after a proUmged princely families and these have to the trial of a new pneumatic gun deÂ¬ A few weeks k we caught a big York where I will stay a few days ocFiit Or the ninld who strayed with me t i eonlountyStreet same as formerly1C On his own domestic signed not to throw dynamite shells found himself in a little tola bo answered 1 Devil fish by its getting entangled ly juge mer aud then to Burlington Vt to the in a eri iJ In that pinto where violets grow J wedding but a light steel bolt with a cord or the eater of an adniriag circle el birthdays anniversaries Hue that was hanging under water at Sauveur Summer School of Litrguages In tlintlovely shady vnle j b POWELL day accession day tolegrams and ad- Â¬ life line attached thereto It need newly made friends who were Igaart hope to reach Burlington July 61I1 the wharf and n devil of a looking I In the early spring tlmo sweet scarcely be further explained than to of his real position or dresses come to him by the hundred A TTORNET A T LA IF As the gentle twilight fell ilsn it was too I fear that my powers or 8th and each one must be read to him lest say that the obfect of such a gun it Chief aaoog these was a yowf I was kneeling at herfeeb - ofdescripliou nreiuadequate tor the Kentucky Rhmonp at No 104 West Mam Street Boston June 27 3 1 51 it should not receive a suitable reply would be a misnomer to eall it a weapon tist a hard working frugal WiUjUvloletslovItoId laask of describing this monster bo as to Tuesday morning at 815 we took Is to assist in establishing communi- Â¬ who by dint of strict eeoaeoay lead An intelligent private secretary may Richmond Ky have received 3- As wo strayed beside that stream give you even a ff nt conception of its the train for Plymouth reaching there Of re on Second Street savo a Prince some of this work but cation between shlp WTeeked vessels saved a few hundred dollars He was their St Stkiuiens Hotel To her heart she preyed my flowers V Ih 23rd Si oft Broadway all private secretaries are not intelli- Â¬ and the shore between vessels themÂ¬ about to be married had bought a the Then began my sweetest dream at 9 30 II Is a pretty burg quiet and yl hideous appearance like Devil iUli DENTAL SURGERY New Yokk July 2 18S9 J gent nor do thoy much caro to as- Â¬ selves in a heavy sea way when a SBUg little house aad withdrew his Fn shape somewhat u butterfly tops of several quaint crowning the may A like be passed to mosey By that softly mnrmring stream Ui ahdj Jinsno tiua like other ftshf hut hills and overlooking the broad ex- Â¬ Last Saturday June 29tb I left Bos- Â¬ sume responsibilities most Prlnca work hawser for towing has toin boating and for it one day from the beak te DR A WILKES SMITH of his assist drowning persons propelH Iteir by means of some panse of ocean We first directed our on lo vldt Clare tier cousin Miss de other men must do here the lovely violets grow Tbe bargain was to be eaeipeated ea DENTAL SURGEON into will be Oft I loriely dream and weep thing like wings Its body is uot steps to the Faith Monument erected Urafienrled of Washington D C tt for himself or it for a short badly Ico accidents or toof throw a ropebuild Â¬ the foHowiag day He carried the -- KkNTUCKV while tho uppor window Ri IIMOND done If he retires a burning There ray darling sleepeth low well defiued for the wings as I call iu memory cf the famous landing On New Bedford She entertained me to tho seclusion of somo private estate ing to rescuo persons from tho flames mosey to his chamber a well root DereaKy Cncp Sinllh BfllWIneMaln Street Offlce and it is much larger than they Wiluelm them are as thick as tile body or in the four sides of the pedestal are bas and I had a most charming time M SHW lo K IW to PM lrSuch aro the purposes for which tho back of his shop aed loekiag wp the things go wrong and ho is quickly 3-have eyjer before Jiandlcd But c Imct ice limited to dentistry totbewvord3lbe Jish isvejlgebuped reliefs representing The Embarka Â¬ New Bedford Is a quaint town on Buz- Â¬ summoned back to his round of showy pneumatic gun has been designed by roll of bills ia his secretary weai to lTiUE WEST lXblES their prices are no larger than befrom the center of the body to the end tion1 from Holland The Landmg zard Bay noted for its whale fishery and irksome duties His head aches its Commander John bed Inventor C MORGAN D D S fore They have About midnight he was wakeaed by nnd On the wharf we saw hundreds of but ho must show himself amiable DArcy Irvine Royal Navy who The Compact Statements WhichVerify the Adage That oftlrewYtlgs Tike a liver The wings at Plymouth RICHMOND KENTUCKY taperdown lo about lialf fiu inch ju The Contract witli the Indians casks of whale oil Monday at 515 p with every body He is tired of talk- - claims that It is more certain than aay the flash of a dark lantern m his face Truth is Stranger Than Fiction Grade tlileliijcss at the extreme end and are Above The Embarkation is the fig m I left Clare for Fall River City lng but ho must find something pleas- - rocket c apparatus and handler and He sprang up A atan was dtaaMatr out of the open window His Correspondence of The ClihaiJ Officc MatB Street over Mad loon National fleiiybleenougli for the fish to use them ure of Morality holdinc the Sacred where I met Miss K from Roslon aud ant to say to tho dozens of people who lighter than the ordinary OF i Navassv TfcijANDAVEST Indies 151 n k when in motion like a bird uses its Book over The Lauding is Free- we took one of those splendid Fall wherever ho goes are introduced to ing mortar apparatus The saw was opea aad rifled He rushed July 4tli 18S9 f wing yet there Is no comparison be- Â¬ gun weighs about ten pounds and the thief who fired at him twice aad W CREED D D S dom in the figure of a man with a River steamers the Raritau for New him He has seen enough of exhibiescaped Tbe poor dentist oa the ewe Uuder a tropical sun in longitude 75 1 ween the Devil fish and the flying severed chain in one hand a torch in York There were about 600 people tions to sicken him for life but he with tripod reel and line and could wish Their that the public of hb wedding day was left KIRKSVILLE KENTUCKY 6teel cylinder complete must appear to take an intelligent In- Â¬ West latitude it up on tho wharf the other and the British crown uuder on board aud we had flue music line of GENTLEMENS ously wounded and penniless with the copious rains that have been with our cargo tackle and when the right foot over The Compact We readied here tills mornins at 7 terest in all these shows and cram only fifty pounds The compression The county was searched Jor Cfflce at FinneH reeMenee Everything v himself for conversations about them Of gases In very thin steel cylinders 1 9 fppfr unrra fulling herejforhe just threemonjis Ciiiramt - fill If -niMRC11rttl j- 47- CUT oclock To day I have visited Cenis a fine female figure representing Eddone tertaialc In M prefexsleB i He must know the has been wonderfully perfected of late of tbe thief but in Tain Marshall with specialists I liavejuever seen amorerapid and 4 frtim tip toitlp and was 6 feet long and ucation over The Contract U the tral Park Metropolitan Museum of exact measure of compliments which years so that there Is no difficulty in took a keen interest in the anttar luxuriant growth of vegetation than at PHYSICIANS icui iiiujh neiguuig iuu puuiiu uiiii stern figure of Law bearing tiie two tine arts and several dry goods stores are expected by various eminent art- Â¬ procuring vessels charged up to one questioned the policemen closely aad prevent exists on Navassa Our little had a tail 5 feet iu length which was tables of stone Tiie Horee fiir of Risa Bouheur is ists authors inventors and manufact-Â¬ hundred and fity or two hundred at Â¬ wbea they gave up in despair J M POYNTZ park is lovely to permission to visit the dentists nbout- - theslze and shape of a buggy Above the plinth rises the majestic the most perfect tiling I ever saw on urers He must have read or pretend mospheres Alongside sthe canal A N A Nn 5 URGE ON would be difficult to llud any where in whip Of what use this singular cu figure ofFaitli forty feet high pointing canvas It is so natural that one can to havo read tho latest work on mili clbsobythe rocket store houses and After a elose search he Kentucky is especially full The same in the WestIndiea a larger variety of dal appendage is to thistnmister I have heavenward witli the right baud aud imagine himself looking at the real tary tactics by this or that distin- Â¬ gun butts was the scene chosen for the floor a small pellet of Richmond paper which he carried home It 1 Two kinds of not the slightest idea After making a clasping the Holy Bible with the left horse I walked away a few steps aud guished General especially If tho the life saving apparatus experiments Congress and Buttons Also Goat tree mils aulJiower Drag and Kangaroo OTL n --Second Street next to White cocoaiiuls the large and Hie dwarf very thorough examination of the ex- The tout ensemble preseuts an impos- Â¬ compared Meissonlers horses in the General bo a foreigner in the service Tho gun comprises a slight straight tbe wadding out of the thiefs Both two varieties of oranges the West terior of tills fiili we concludad toex- - ing appearance It is beyond the city Friedland battle of 1817 witli hers but of an allied power For is ho not barrel of steel about one and one half When examined it proved w he half of a receipt for water tax signed by W EVANS MD feet long Colonel half J French and American Call India and the Mandarin papaw or 1 amine the interior Its liver was im limits upon rising ground and com- Â¬ his looked like daubs of paint in com- Â¬ himsolf honorary regiments in whoso inches In diameter by fcur to about John Jones town derk an enlargement foreign with a dozen melon tree which bears a fruit about mense We obtained five callous of mands a noble view of the ocean The parison I shall remain here Tbe date was entire but the mama uniforms ho has to wear upoo occa- Â¬ three inches in diameter at tha but hope to leave on the 4th Kentucky The new and popular Ooze Calf the size of and in appearance and taste oil from it Upon opening the stomach names of the Pilgrims are inscribed R111M0JD sions and is it not required of him as broach for a length of some six of tiie man paying his tax was torn off Â¬ like the cantaloupe sour sap banana some ten or twelve gallons of u semi- - upon it The corner stone of this monAlbany N Y July 4 9 p ir Marwith Tanfox a commander of armies that ho should inches The breech end has a valvo excepting two letters Pa raaugcyfig lime lemon alligator pear Jiquiil substance resembling in consist ument was laid August 1st 1850 anil it 3- Yesterday at 315 p m I took a seem to take tho keenest interest in and tap by which connection Is mada shall at oece searched tbe records mt Offlce Seeond Street cantp date palm- - tamarind pineap- Â¬ ency ami appearance uiacKuerry jam will be dedicated August 1st 18S9 Col steamer for West Point spent the things military Generals may bore by means of a small colled copper the town elerk and found oa tiie grrem ple uight blouTOiug certufjj capejas poured out on the wharf when Mr W C P Breckinridge making the night there drove around two hours TJTAYLOR him to desperation ho may bo sick to tube with tho comprossed alr cyl- Â¬ date Peter Scott had paid his water roses miue Brazilian was ornamental Shea our wharfinger quickly and in- address THEY HAVE ALL THAT this morning aud oh I such scenery It death of military bands always play- Â¬ inder wherein the propeliag charge tax Peterfound inarrested aad the Practitioner in Medieine and Surgery his pom anion West India Leans aud peuB and a va- Â¬ nocently exclaimed My he has been Pilgrim Hall contains many objects is nature in convulsion of nature The ing him his national air his head is stored until it requires to bo drawn mosey was Kentucky KiwiiMovu Afford riety of ild grasses I have an arbor feedinj on blackberries Marshall soon after left the village Iseud the of interest There are cooking uten- Rhine has nothing half so awful I may split at the roaring of cannon and upon A hollow steel bolt Uke a very followed by the blessings of the gists covered with a ueuse growth of vines tail or this fish to The Climax office sils table ware shoe and other arti- Â¬ saw Office -- Voh4 Street ovt Dyke Grocery fctencli a parade at 103U and heard the the firing of riflos in sham fights and thin tube closed at one end and withIn-a ful dentist and his bride Long after Â¬ Mqdinm and Common nnd flowers surrounded by the above Now for fear some one may think cles of clothing all brought oer In the exercises of the 4th in the church of squadrons charging screw thread on the other is then Â¬ At at tho thunder ward Sene heels in Oxford Ties Low named trees aud fruits these tails are a little fishy and sound Maj Flower We almost see the vigor 1150 took a splendid steamer for Al- Â¬ imaginary enemies in mimic warfare serted into tho gun the threaded eed was they discovered that their Mead JOHN M FOSTER I the famous eccentric lawyer of Buttons Newport Ties and Brazon As the date at the beginning of this Mulhattouib I will relate an Incident in the heels of young Peregrine White but ho must look cheerful and well first bany aud reached here at G15 p m Adonis Buckles cap which re- Â¬ Kentucky SICIAN AND SURGEON To the closed end or When the Generals have pleased Pill letter indicates this is the glorious that occurred while In Kentucky in when we see the foot kicked out Another story which lingers fat the To morrow I shall take a train at 7 a of diplomatists KbntuckyJ 4th and while it is being celebrated 1SS5 I called on one of my old friends Riimim There is in mss Mrs Hemans poem m for LaKe ueorue aim tane a uoai done with him the must patter come mains projecting two inches out in tho gossip about tbe courts ia the same In a muzzle the life line is attained the on To these he throughout the United States we of and neighbors Mr Jacob II and of The Pilgrim Fathers It is curious by that Lake aud Lake Champlain is of aa old lawyer warned Hnat OffiT- - Main FUreet next door to InionR tongue that is not his own and bo very ordinary way the strands of tho cords State in the early part of this ceatotry st ilrs resltlemeat er Main and Tales Navassa are not unmindful of it At spent a peaant day witli him He how she came to write this immortal who tlfcLAtenue will reach Burlington at 430 p in careful about every word he utters 3- aud being carried along the side of the gun was known as the sleuth botmd so an early hour this morning a national asked me to relate what I had seen in poem One day she bought two vols Oh bow my eyes have feasted this besides keeping up his tone to the barrel on a ring from which they pass THEY HAVE THE unerring was his pursuit of a criminal salute was fired which echoed and re my travels I replied that it would be at a book store aud on her return PHIL ROBERTS day highest pitch of cordiality for tho to the reel placed under the gun The On one occasion he was employed to echoed far out over the deep blue sea about as eay to tell what I had not home the finish of he wrapper caught Knox Stetson Ambassador will write every word threaded end of the missile is firmly defend a poor colored porter fat a bank PHrSICIA N AND SURGEON Vote for Smith and HieStarSpangled Banner was un- Â¬ seen Well said he tell rue some- her eve and she unrolled it It was down and report it to his government gripped by movable correspondingly Miirwick and Kentucky R iimond accused of robbing the vaults after the furled to the gentlo breeze of Jasjuvely thing about the ocean and the big fish eight pages from a speech delivered at and if tho Prince have forgotten tho grooved jaws at the breech a quarter cashier was gagged and tied VALUE OF DISCRETION Austin Drew a morning as ever dawued in the trop- you linve seen So I began by telling Plymouth anniversary Taking oft A Timors Drac Store one r lle t WIhcr handle serving to lock or un Â¬ turn The circumstantial evidence was Jt - Ik rKamwyVwrnw Uirsrs hit pro both hard and soft A Full Line of ics We observe the sabbath day him that I bad been on IheSusquehan her bonnet and Kloves she seized the the Subject Dissected by the Door right namesof of different Princes and lock of ahollow bolt When the jaws 3- Princesses tho Ambassador s court the t c nal eei te tte Keeper of a St Louis Lodge complete against the negro hat Hunt Â¬ Christmas day and the 4th of July nah river iu the epilog of the year and paper and read and re read aud hav Â¬ Every country boy wno comes into this lapse of memory will be set down are closed the hollow bolt is practic- was convinced of his innocence The T SEXSJIITU M D breech into the The pliDfphate trade is good now seen so many fish caught that the ing caught the fire of the trans atlantic town has more or loss experience beÂ¬ against him and may cause a cold- Â¬ ally screwed too had dropped a bit of doth Temple Bar being ness her Â¬ thief floor apparently tbe torn Maing block the whole but will be better toward the end of the markets of New York Philadelphia touch she began to write and before fore ho becomes able to discriminate IAN AND SURGEON oa the PlirSIc Â¬ The compress sealed metically year I have just finished loading the Baltimore and other cities aud towns she was aware of It the poem was Early in life I had been educated to of a bat about which Hunts - - - Kentucky White II Vote for the new Constitution ed air is then turned on passing scent detected a faint peculiar Win E Dow In convenient reach could not consume done Near noon we went to the obey orders In the same manner a E W American schooner including Monarch Shirts hollow fume into the breech and inside tho Tli is vessel is a fine large one them and that I had seen wagon loads burine ground and there under a threshing machine takes in wheat ues il nerviees ta the pub- Oners his profi FRENCH DISHES and Coon Collars and Culls 8- tube which has thus become so to llr witli no respect to individual straws The mt who wore this is a tan Â¬ being 176 feet iu length 37 fegt beam tniulejl UP t and scattered over the fieldi tine linden in full view of tho ocean In NECKWEAR IN PROFUSION and 18 feet depth of hold with a carry and plowed under with turning plows amid historic tombs we committed a A few weeks ago I was appointed door- Â¬ Little Pleasure In Eatlnctho One Caso Cer speak like a rocket surcharged with ner he said to a detective S M LMXI1KR talnly SnalU In blielL potent gases the air pressure being keeper at an entertainment given by a There was but one tannery withaa Snails cooked in tboir shells form a about two thousand pounds on the An as Jug capacity of L250 tonsShe was The old gentleman looked at me a lit- Â¬ profane act we ate our lunch Gloves in great variety My AN AND SURGEON lodge of which I was a member PlirSICr forty miles One of the owaero was a frijm Buenos- - Ayres 8 A to tle sidewise rubbued one eye brow dish which however enjoyable it may just Here In that bitter winter of When the handle is dissipated young He was man Kentucky sortment of Silk and Linen Hand- Â¬ whjcb cilyshe had carried from the with his little finger nnd remarked were buried mainly victims of 162021 instructions wcro to admit no person bo to the French gourmand an Ameri- Â¬ square inch Richmond disease kerchiefs a ticket I carried them out can can not relish At a fashionable moved and the jaws are unlocked off watched aad was soon detected h That was a heap of fish 1 and suflering and the stricken surviv- Â¬ without cargo of 700000 feet of Well Uuiled States a the bolt flies with a gentle explosion had long as the stolen money 2S- Office SmiUi ItatWlBg Slain Street Grade lumber Site weighs anchor hoists her then told him that I had seen the same ors were obliged to cover their graves wlsoly as But afterevery applicantcame dinner tho writer got along very well and whizz dragging the life line aftet passing some of confessed hm gaitt Hosiery of awhilt a man a ticket until a plato of a half dozen was set It the elevation of the gun being just Being arrested he hoists iu and discharges cargo by kind of fishing done on the Potomac and leave them without a stone lest along and started to walk In With- Â¬ W BRIGHT M D aad Hunts client was saved UMBRELLAS in silk and other sails on the use of a small steam power she river below Washington only their their bodies should be desecrated by out hesitating I Btopped him when before him but he put a bold face ex- Â¬ over thirty degrees the course de Â¬ The old saying Murder wflfosaV goods with assorted handles pursrcrAN two and three the Indians Where they rest no man ho showed mo a badge and said ho tho matter and tried to follow tho is a well marked is true only when some intsUost Is scribed iu flight carries on board The most of sailing seinea were longer being Kentucky ample of tho rest Tho thing was parabola Three shots were fired yes Elegant line of Shirt Jewslry vessels have to do all this by hand mlios in length and after being laid Richmond He was dressed in acute enough to gather tbe proof mt knows A round stone marks the spot was a policeman with a nasty looking dark green- Â¬ iorday with comparatively low press 41 40 Office Iu Smith BnlkHng on Main Street power Ships have to drop anchor out by hand they were hauled iu shore of the finit fort The inscriptions on uniform to which he called my aAtcn coated Ho tares as the gauge Indicated aad In guilt from trifles which other men neg Â¬ Special attention given to raieroieoplewl and ish slimo and looked forbidding With another side the tnmbi indicate tho hard gloomy tton and started in again But in the transferred it hastily to his mouth here in seventeen fathoms of water by a bteam engine chemical emmlnnlioHK of UsmmjS and fluids lect Youths Companion 3- flew of tlietiuman hotly and play out from 45 to 75 fathoms of glance aud a vigorous rub of the head views of life aud the awful solemnity dlschargo of duty I knew n police- Tho first thing perceived wan an awful each Instance the bolt aad line fall- Â¬ of A VERY PLUCKY LAD man The vital point was ho was a reptile flavor like the scent in the precisely in the direction aimed that was a yery long of death chain Thee when thny must get he remarked JJR C S HOLTON at ranges in the center I then told of having been on Tho Plymouth Rock is placed at the man and had na ticket So I detained neighborhood of the boa constrictor ingmeasured of of the canal 125 yards A Doy of TwelTe Capture a Wt ae under way it takes one to two hours seine Homeopathic PhytlclanaBit SurfleoD 215 yards as the rotet or a PtatoL He tried to bito by baud power to get their nucbors on the ocean iu a heavy storm and hav Â¬ font of a hill where the rhythm of the him I had got a good hold on his cage in a menagerie Kentucky Richmond Tho little village or Games Land Â¬ left arm and had every prospect of tho morsel but it was like rubber and and 150 yards distance consecutively is hereby given that Ti J the bow But the Downes Notice whose ing seen the billows run 20 and 25 feet Kcean li ueard and 1 enclosed witu The apparatus appears estremely sim ing Chicot County Ark was the 7lonr Si to Curtis S P Ross J Stone Walker Office over V M Bright high and of grandeurs of the storm a gray stone fence It has a deep fis- Â¬ success when ho tapped my shin with tough as an old boot It began to grow pjo jight aad Kpeotal attention W L Crutcher and J P Simmons anchors weighed 3600 pounds each 11 00 a M 20 to 4O0 p m safe scene of the following event A gen Â¬ a club ho carried in his right I bg in his mouth until it seemed to diffi- Â¬ given to disease of women and all made of 1J inch aud that I IihiI seen whales 60 and 75 sure in the middle filled up by cement my grasp to my own attain the size of an elephant Ho felt Patient treated at n dis- have Incorporated the Silver Creek aud with chain attached tleman aaaed Wilson Gaoralle resid Â¬ cult chronic ohm A STARTLED CRITIC 12 and 15 feet in We were so irreverentlal as to take transferred Iron could pick up her anchor and 75 feet long sharks tance and Homeopathic medicines sent to Barnes Mill Turnpike Road Company to himself turning pale At last ho gavo and shin he was about ing a short distance out of tbe village 8 any adrireos lo const rucl u turnpike in Madison fathoms of chain in 15 minutes by length Devil flfh as large as a dinuer upon it The soft step of take advantage of it and go a hasty gulp and swallowed tho thing How Powersn the houlptor riayeda Joke had occasion es a eertaia morning te couaty running from the Barnes Mill steam I have four vessels under char- Â¬ table Octopus with their terrible arms our seats on Art Connoisseur IL R GIBSOli Prlscillaor the heavy tramp of Miles in But my instructions camo to whole tows taking DK turnpike to the Lancaster ttirupike at A St Paul gentleman who many drive to a neighboring ter at present one to load for Fal- Â¬ aud fish with quills on them like a por- Â¬ Staudish or the holy awe of the cen- Â¬ mind and I grabbed him again For The capital or near Silver Creek with him his wife and tearing tha Talk of Thackerays American oys- Â¬ years ago was a resident of Cincinnati Snrgery Practitioner In Uedlcine and fctock of the Company is two thousand mouth England one for Nantes cupine The old gentleman could stand turies interpose After a short tho next five minutes it was an open ter experience being like swallowing daughter Sta tolls a story concerning Powers tiie house ia charge of his Kentucky dollars per mile hut may be increased France and two for Baltimore Three no more although all I had told him repose did uot Red House we cast a wistful lingeriug question whether the door keeper a raw oaoy too irenon snail went sculptor which has probaWy never aged fifteen and son Henry a lad of and is In of the Atlas Line of steamers stop here by vote of stockholder wis true He gave his head a vigorous look at the town ab ve us and em- Â¬ would put him out or ho would put down like a raw allgator his French been in print There were at that time but twelve years Offers his professional services to the pub- Â¬ shares of 00 each paid for in money Â¬ Sl-Henry was absent two or three lic The Corimratiou shall run 25 years every fortnight Two of them collect rub with both hands and asknd Well barked nn a beautiful excursion boat tho door keeper out My lusty coun- friend by his side observed his embar- Â¬ in Cincinnati two or three connoisseurs ibsu Tiie auairs 01 mail matter from difierentWest IndlarHJcoTgCTdont you wish you had had irora April was a lovely afternoon the sun- Â¬ try strength stood mo in good stead rassment with an amused smile and in art who assumed a sort of general hours In tbe woods during the It m the Compauuy shall be managed by a ports and bring it to Navassa aud the somebody from Madisou county along light shimmering on the oceans but his club stood him in better I remarking that he evidently did not censorship in such matters and every lng gathering fueh and oa his board of live directors who shall elect disar- Â¬ huge seeing all relieved him of car band discoursing fine had blackened his two eyes and and Treasurer Hnbi2 Gas sad Stcaa Fitting it Presidentbe Secretaryannually on the thirdItcalls picks up this mailis and days with vou when you were could now bosom and a could be more poetic ranged his uniform ho had counted on like snails kindlytransferred themthe thing that they sakl ooocerBing works proaehiag the bouse with asaw a tatt to of art was supposed to go rest of them and those great sights so you six York which ries to New They die of stieks ia his arms he music What elected and shall or a passport when a couple of hi3 his own plate The artichoke a vege Â¬ have someone to prove them by and Moon light do you say Wo passed hod unfavorably criticised some of stout and eoarsdy dressed colored man Pump Repairing a Specialty All first Saturday in April The indebted- run from here One of these steamers tho and ness of the Company at no time shall tbeAdiroudack very large fine he added afterdinner I will get you several towns picturesquely situated on colleagues came inme how settled were table much liked in Franco was also Powers work and as he did not jump from the kitehea wiadew ami is a klmis of pumps kept lit Qni Works thoy tho writers despair Erory body take much stock in their dictations start oa a full run for a piece of weeds Iticlimnnil Leave order at Bonanza exceed 500 per mile and private prop aud commodious vessel She is 310 to tell me of some things you havent dills and hills three forts with guns matter Thoy told erty shall be exempt from debts of the there to protect us and to preserve was eating them in the restaurants anyway he deckled to show them up several hundred yards to the Mill r V Q Whites Drug Store Gko W Tipton 25 feet seen feet in length 48 feet beam aud ready to belch the fires of death And peace but for mylifo I cant underÂ¬ and so he thought ho would call Company 50 49 Suspicious of to the art peoplo of the city He was of tho house T J CURTIS depth of hold Willi three Jripple ex Â¬ finally after a smooth voyage of fjiree stand how thoy enhanced pence very for to working in some wax and announced evil the lad dropped his wood Ho one advised J Vote for Tevis h P ROSS pansion engines 15000 horse power hours and a half we sailed into Boston much around those corners They try a half one to begin So a half a reception at which he would show and made for tbe bouse where be -- i THOMAS B AXI5ES J STONE WALKER She is fitted up with cabfn accommoharbor told mo to come to tho station but 1 artichoke was brought boiled with some of the latest products of his gen- Â¬ found bis sister bound hand aad foot W L CRUTCHER How to Remove Stumps about 200 pwsetigers besides Real and General 4 7 dations Yesterday I attended Commence- Â¬ explained how I had been instructed vinegar and oil It was liko a pino Realizing the infamous JPSIMMONS ius Among the figures wej one rep Â¬ and gagged carrying oyer 8000050 pounds freiuht When we readi- Â¬ to stay at that door and let no man cono sliced in two The scales were resenting the mayor cf the oity It outrage to which she had bssa sub Â¬ 110 stumps that would avor- - ment at Cambridge Collecting Agency Wo had thoy inÂ¬ liko those of the pine cone too and iKiiniri iftis nciuwi oir i IUL vtltll nil l AXmnn Thoy ed Harvard Square the lancers iu pass without a ticket But LIVII I imiiiiii liviimLni stood In a nlcho by Itself with the jected bo sped to some neighbors aad -llliril IlllllIlL -irWISS Special attention paid to the eae per nour mane Boom plumes sisted that I oboy orders and again there were more of them than skins to light arranged for the best effect kiioih relating all be knew about it besought splendid uniform with white win fo and exchenge of Real Estate and to the The Atlas Line of tteanyships runs be tho most part white oitk ond hickory waving in their helmets mounted on told mo thoy were there to protect us an onion These scales were pulled of the art them to attend to his sister aad then high The collection of all kindof accounts 47 46 tween New York nd Liverpool and juTd being situated on high light soil spirited chargers were drawn up at the and preserve peace- - Wo had another off one by one and just tho lower world of Cincinnati attended the re rushed back to the house secured a reÂ¬ W E Grhislead Co S W Cor 7tb argument with fists and clubs and I end which was tender was bltton off ception They examined toe hgure 01 volver and dashed boldly after the front New Sorkt fife WestIndia huvejrqtted Very littlp boing to all ap- Â¬ gate Presently there were heard the Main St Louisville Ky stay after dipping it in oil and vinegar It villain of the bpanfsii pearances as firm as tho day tboy woro strains of martial rauiic a deafening went with them when I couldnt mayor and made comment on in Ieiaiidslong the coast Our Mr D TCiiESTNtrr will be Some men who had heard his story at tho door any longer Tho lodge tasted like a soaked out chestnut with theThe hands remarked one doit BOt Main and Central America touching etit Wo got some Hercttle3 ipowder shout and a fine carriige drawn by gLXOTTl-tOOtg -Richmond every county court day my fine of twenty five dollars and a strong flavor of burdock armed themselves aad proceed m the But the reveal any anatomy ways Any one went anthem and qg thoy are now four horses followed by several other paid Will call on county merchants at their at Navassa both by the colored man costs next day for assaulting an off- Â¬ strong point of tho artichoke is tho 46 AViooins BlScji ClypteJNATl O CO Tho legs are a trifle short said direction taken W E GR1NSTEAD sloies wishing la visit the above named piled up ready to ourn wo win count carriages passed through tho file It icer and the master workman told me time taken to eat It Tho writer con- another but otherwise I consider it a but Henry had got a fair start aad went 35 countries fii buMne H or plpjtsure would thecpt It took throoof us a littlo was the Governor of Massachusetts The asa soon on a3 fast as possible I must use discretion He said it was sumed about half an hour and oely very fine figure b well to go to New York and take over a day and we used 46 pounds of and his escort We went at once to tho metropolitan way of doing things Can refer tn buildiuus Miccpwfully searching tho outer layer was disposed of To on One of them lost sight of him aad alter 1395 caps that And so they went erected in Richmond MaiRvjile Ml nassace on an Atlas LiuS bteamer jiowaerv costing Memorial Hall where the graduating Henceforth a policeman can go through eat a whole artichoke would take a the woods several hours is vain reÂ¬ 1hla was Rerling Winchester and Owiugxville wlirlfiey will 41nd eyfljtJhlnffJorj fctt4lil0 andofJuso 1 or a little exercises are held Ater wailing any portal Tm guarding or have any small eternity Ho came to the con- Â¬ finally discovered that something was turned to tiie house aad anxiously 66 1605 wrong about the bridge of the nose a total outlay tlieir cuniiuri zuiu iuciiiiiujiniiiiiiJii iviii less than 14 cents por stump about one half hour the procession thing Ive got for the asking If I clusion finally that American cookery and raised his band to point out the awaited the return of the boy It was - As CHICKEN should meet one at night in a dark on tho whole was more nourishing not until suBdowB that tiie little hero RLUhU and gentteiua uljcanjaltls Added to this would bo the slight appeared First the marshal of the defect He had captured the tlfefuirreiiort ofjhe Commleslonerof day followed by the band of music alloy I should take out all the cash I than French Waverley Magazine Hang you dont you pinch my came in sight and wp have cost of labor rascal and was driving him toward the Ulie Bureau of NavigatJotTdowpot fll ttjilimitotaL Tuts plan has many then President Eliot of Harvard and had lay it down and skip I have Cholera Curs alleged wax figger In Hero Is an Item irom the Choctaw nose cried tho discretion village at tho point of the revolver into the hands of many whoulay read advantages over any other Wo have Gov Ames accompanied by his staff learned the value ofGlobe Democrat dismay and eom LOUISVILLE KY Ala Herald Wo aro requested to to their astonishment terviewinSt Louis A purse was made up aad given to lines I willliere state mat ac tried difririncr twisting and burning i next professors robed in their black as art critics Tho these say to tho men of this place that on nlete overthrow tho little fellow who had tho gratifi- Â¬ cording to the last report there nre By tho time a log 30 feet long and silk gowns and caps then distinguish- Â¬ Steering Through Life induced the real live tho tap o tho bell at tho church on sculptor had cation of seetag hJ prisoner securely In little scheme now belonging to the United Stales 15 inches in diameter and a chain ed men and graduates of other years gentlemen at the door Saturday evenings before the second mayor to help him his Servant Two locked In tiie owsty jafl Cor Phila Â¬ The Largest and Finest Hotel in lncluiidg1lit sfeam tiMJeifirr I6ut that weighs not far from 300 pounds then the eight young men bearing oft want to see you sir Thoy didnt come and fourth Sundays In each month delphia Press the city 2500Q vessels Of this number some are handled nil day a man would wish the honors of the class of 89 robed together just happened along at tha thoy are solicited to attend and assist Tho divorce lawyer does not con Â¬ excuse next days likewise in black silk gowns and caps same time con from the thing near J7000 are sailing yeK elsJ lo bo It does not take an imaginary evil tho young ladies in clean lng the lamps sider marriage a failure On tho Day to 4 There are about 600 iron and sieel ves- Â¬ work Digging Is out of the question Â¬ finally the graduates Householder How do thoy act When we en- Â¬ and church for services the next day trary he believes It to bo a vary prof 1005 to become a reel ese Paiiadel itable institution sels What is meant by an Iron or an it is too slow and expensive and aft tered the theatre the part of Memorial One on em is awful polite sir and DhUCalL you have so According lo rooms Dout forget to vote for Stump steel vessel Is a vessel whose exterior is er you get them out Hall where the graduating exercises begs tho honor of a few minutes con Miller on your handg that Pimples Saras Aches and Pains versation Xevsc Say Bfe all metal Instead of wood Nearly 100 many elephants Turkish and Rusbinn Baths in can neither handle nor burn but take place to the right on the rostrum When a hundred battles of aarsaparMla or I dont want to see him hes doubt Â¬ all classes both steam and you Houso on Fire Yonr vessel of were the professors and old graduates Hotel 32 31 Scouragem wAh taken beUs and tetter U blown out they are all split into speeMa faM to eradicate less got something to soil sail now belong to the U S Navy sticks Not the bouse of wood or brick or oilier pretentions Weak efiaw aad sere of ere that one man can handle and to the left distinguished men in the The other sir is stiff as a ramrodr stone In which you live bnt your bod- Â¬ in born scrofulaB orooatagtons stood poison belong to the Quartermasters soon dry out ready to burn To any center on a small platform President aud there B B Botante Blood BalraH remember that Hopeless now ofgrawiag setter sir and dont waste no words Â¬ ily tenement may be In terrible dan- has gained mauy thoaaasd victories Ir as Department of the U 8 Army about who hare stumps that arc a nuisance Eliot and Gov Ames in front of the Surely enema dm He must have a bill Tell em both ger from smouldering fire which you many seemingly lmrarable instances Seed a dozen vessels Something near 80 and an eye sore our friendly advice is stage iu the pit the two hundred und Im not at home N Y Weekly of dollars worth of vessels are Ju the employ of the Engi to the Blood Italia Co Atlanta Oa for Net at all poor dtseeuraged sefifefec Thousands make no eflort to qnencb Tbe great L Mia- - fifty sracimes Go thou and do likewise The venerable Dr fa Wonders asd be con chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ neering Department of frem disordered Wood aad sorofaloua Dennis A Volozan a Frenchman danger from impure blood is that it Book of TRUE BLOOD PCBiriBBvlaeed It Army soy in Ohio Farmer Peabody opened the exercises with OSIY era It is more fatal to chickens than and 25 or 30 boats are employed by the painted a portrait of Washington in debilitates tbe system and the diges- Â¬ the W Messen Howells X Roads Go trouble Take Dr Pierces GeMea O prayer Then came the Latin Saluta 1801 X was afflicted ulna yean with Medical Dfeeovery the great Weed ali other diseases combined But the Government in the MiHsisippI and which is still in tho State Housa tive organs grow weak and Inactive writes tory Then two dissertations one of sores All tho medletne I could take dM ma from Cupids Darts Safe discovery of aTemedy that positively at Dover DeL It was hung in 1802 Hoods Sarsaparilla combines the best no good I then tried BB B and 8 bottles purifier and Hfe saver of modern Missouri Rjver Commission About 80 which The Key note of Keats Poe Â¬ I and for eighty seven years haa been eared me sound All those uawhofefioaae seres aires it has been made and to be conÂ¬ vessels belong lo the Revenue Marine Visitor at studio I do not see how try was excellent Mrs S M Wilson Round Moan tain Texas times invlgorators with v requires a untouched except once when it was kidney and liver vinced of its efficacy only may beHtM A lady friend of mine was troubled I beautiful Service Some 30 or more nre in the aauartisV could paint sucha the best alteratives and tonics all from writes baraps nnd pimples oa her fee and and blood dtsordem Myall- - brushed up by Jacob Elcholtz The oration on The Place of with trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for woman without falling in love with cisrn neclc uae toos mree Domes or a a a ana the victim will look antUWF m the vegetable kingdom carefully and na 5DusincB T one hundred chickens It is guar- Â¬ service of the light house establish her in Modern life Judical I the j espalier tree atPollet France understandingly prepared in a concen- Â¬ her skin got soft and smooth plraplw dis new man It is tr appeared and her health improved greatly tendency to Uuitarianism The was An anteed If after using two thirds of meits nnd about SO are In the Coast you madam Bosworth Atlanta Gft Great Artist I assuro Snau AnumoH GmH to Tvuitm or Tuchus planted In 1680 and is now the trated form It purifies vitalizes and jas 1 years ago eoaixaoted Mood writes or cure or poison is not thoroughly Survey Service with 4 employed in the that while painting thai picture I never soul shuts out the material vorld ono a bottle the buyer DIPLOKHS oldest in Europe Its spreads 100 feet enriches the blood and tones op the I had no appetlie I my digestion was rained returned oTWlLLlAMSOK Commission Board waAlac ai taitioa ter tatii term of twenty wraps itself within itself medit tea on its stem is three feat through and it satisfied with it as a cure for Chicken U S Fish once thought of love-drneeraaMsm drew sp my liistxt so 1 eenld weelex about I75 Firet term opcaslut Tuesday wsa camerlsed a v my Recently a coupltyf whales about I Cholera return itto the undersigned its own mysterious yearning and l still bears 3000 to 4wu pears yeany system giving the whole body vlfal hardly walk Spring throat me bo heaeflt aMt Hma For paritcuui Ie it possible 1a Aucits Perfeat save limes Hot i Ity and elleotualiy guarding it against mv iif vsxwd of tortare aatU I oftvwB 8 Trlmny Seissol TTni La forty feet long have been cruising Milton Eluott RainetMu Xianxviu c Kr and your monev will beTetunaeo Yes You see themodo was my Is tha led up to holy eemn unTon B a trtat and saqwtelas a tt raay sseaitaeJ -J bcf BROOKS around the --Island spooling waler wJfeV NJ TVcokly the attacks of dtssaee 43 4 16 Tjrwd The office of the Medi- - Vote for Tevis and Smith STOCKTON with 1918 US OI r venottcwiwo WaFeWtBaWaQIB 9 12 T I3URNAM SCUD fIBHr For The Clim ax1 WHERE THE VIOLETS GROW many feet up In the nir At limes they appear tueet Into a playful mood for tlier lash the waler with their pon Â¬ t allare Hico J 1 Slioes is Frasi ilMHats J Iguoied A pretty philosophy this holiness of life the Unitarians preach but how to atone for actual sins they tell us not It is puzzling to my mind that so many able men can not see the inconsistency of their logic to accept the Bible and deny the divinity or Christ President Eliot mado a short address in Latin to each clas delivered a roll of diplomas to a member to be distrib- Â¬ uted afierwnrd i thus abridging the exercises I have heard just as good orations by the students of Central University The oration by the Turcaret was iu A M subject French and more exquisite French I never heard ator was entirely A PRINCES Duties More Exactlns nnd Tlreiom Than Thoao of a Wace Wortter Â¬ Spring arid Summer Stack 1 Â¬ - J Â¬ Every and Variety Â¬ BOOTS HIGH SHOES t line-thro- w Â¬ Â¬ LCED pit PlirSId CALF SKIN SHOES 1 Â¬ physician and surgeon Â¬ pit LMHES SHOES Â¬ The Best Markets Â¬ pit IN HATS GrENTS JR Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 mi u Furnishing Goods JR Every JJ andsurgeon Mice Incorporation Â¬ f Mccarty itn 1 Â¬ su Estate c Wholesale GroGery n wiw- muck-a-muc- CRAPSET BROWN AHTEH -- GALT - HOUSE Rates25o Per 1 Â¬ US Fn3lshClas8eo 1 m Â¬ i -- L THE CLIMAX THE FKOPLE WANT A VOICE- - The Climax k in receipt of a IRENCH TIPTON - - Bmtwr communication from Rockcastle county complaining that Dr Roberts Lexington will have n burgoo to pcvikho nur wmnauT t while in Uie Legislature voted for morrow Tha Climax Printing Go aspedalact prohibiting the sale Mrs Snllle E- - Cunuingham died In of spirituous vinous and mnlt Bourbon last week Wm G Wmitc Cn ac S Fowux liquors instead of allowing the IMIICS neit YKAU 31 iso 1M9 EOKESDAY JULY DEMOCRATIC Augo OR T TIGKET 1889 Election 1 community to do its own voting They say that if a majority of the people in a locality want looal option or local prohibition they can vote it and if they do not it ought not to be forced upon them by a man or men wlio do not reside iu that locality Â¬ E TKJLMjnWfL 9fPIiEN Uo G SHARPS aKMAVOR Of FTCttC OMMtJ wr VoteMHSU Bliaq for State BCRATS Tti ARMS Treas- - Kfl CTATC WTTEYIS Tm tl Ilet tea itsys f Keutuoky DeMHwraiy rtmntlH Ih wlitcli to or Â¬ ganise for 11m State election Tlie afttttity and ivr efiIenoe exlstlug lu the ranks of our jwirly are iuexousnble ainl dansproue While there is but eoe State ontee to be filled it is an im portant eae Our oamiMHte is n man BOUDLKY MILLER rf ability am exjefienc ami one W T Vtm mad a good Sep wIhw huAor ainl integrity is HiHjues r eniathre and wilt make a good tkHHNl He was select from the witoie body ot our triy by the Gov Senator ernor of tlie ConiiBoHWCultii as the a asnunnm nvs W B SMITH Â¬ Â¬ 1 objection has ever been of mail bet writtMl to erHiti lie iunc red to any act of W T Tevk lUmn of the elHp and lie accented tlie lnle a member of the Legislature trnK at personal twofifiee in the In N lertfet of lite party and out of derer W B hmitk Democratic candt eiKe to the w islie of onr noble Jvern Taic for tlie Legislature promises r Hiti eftteient administration of the reduce your taxes 10 per cent Ifaira if the oAiee has proven the wU liv him tlom dHdayetl in bbt seleetiou He is The Colsons are foreordained now a OMHdHlute before tlie ptople crvek fellows and have ia the interest of Uemncratie eiipre numbers oi men bat Dave wftey and yearsgovernment of Democratic rule l0 i wmt kill Steve Sharp in Iu twentv the atUiis of the Stnte Kentucky Monday by a long shot 1m ve lwi lOononiiOHlly and jwlfoiously W T Tevis Democratic eandt- - mHSl hih in ttint time only one re for the State Kenate while a ofllc er 1ms proven rt creut to the trusts mber of the House framed the cixilidml Ilw ilMtoneMy was tlienv kitl et ltor boft I regulating examining courts Kentucky and that bill saves lie people annually 20000 tinv McCreary opened the eyes the Kepublicaus at Catlettsburg t week when he announced hit within fhe past eighteen years iree thousand Kepublicaus had Mulled in the sum of eleven lion dollars -- I any weak kneed Democrat is nking of staying at home on day of the election because k Tate a Democratic official away with a lot of money not own please pause a moment think of A J Auxier and li Kelly two Kentucky Kepubli- - ho got away with a should 1 l oadof TW SWJAL Itt raiL The ML -- Vernon Signal has this Dr Phil Roberts of Madison nity once defeated Ed Turner e the latter was sick and could leave his room during the ipaign lie served his term in - Legislature and while there c I fur local option foroarcoun lut as soon as he returned home opened a drug in Frankfort re in Richmond expressly to that which lie had voted iiust IX SKAK0H iv W MIXKKALS i he Baltimore Manufacturers rd has equipped and sent out - own expense an expedition explore the mineral regions of lie southern states lite par- headed by Mr Goldsmith nard West late of Birming- and set out on a six months ney from Ashland Ky last k Kentucky will receive first 1 - ered ud exposed by Democratic of ficial and lie driven from the confines of aviltxathm or perhaps hounded from the foee of tlie earth We have thoa Riven aeenranee to the people in keepini with tlie bkriory and traditions of ottr iwttj- - that no dMionebty or de relietiou of duty will be tolerated or The peojite are finpreme soppreted ami a pabtie oltiee is a public trust are lite well established mottns of our CofllraetiiiR strangely with this kihehfertory of the lteiwblfoan party ami its tenets lite report of the Sec- Â¬ retary of the Treasury thows that iu kn lhau twenty years Itepublicans iu Fedenil officer alone embezzled and stole nearly eleven and a half million dollars of the peoples money or about 280600 for eaeh Stale in the Union But this does not include the numerous defaleatHHt in Slate county and tnu aieipal offices Fiirtiiermore the Re publican party is tlie father of monop Â¬ olies and lite motiter of trusts it taxes the poor for the benefit of the rich it prated the manufacturer and op presees the eon mmer while its nflicials el ia defiance of law the imrty rohs omier form of law Tlie ej4e of Kentucky can not af- Â¬ ford to allow soeii a party to Rain the ascendency in this State We there fore now call upon the Democrats titrougiiout lite State and upon all who have the interest of the State and the people at heart to at once organise iu every eounty ami every preoiuet and arrange in detail to bring out every rot The danger which eon fronts us h over eonflitettce If this can be over Â¬ come Judge Sharps majority may be made to reach 60000 if not overcame hie nlect ion will be frenouely jeopardiz ed it C AIKORD Chah mau Democratic State Central CommiUee lrty Â¬ -- Â¬ Â¬ Vote for W TTevh W B Smith the new Constitution T TEVIS B D Miller ami W- - ution I is the purpose of this - expedi- - of minerals and publish locality to the world J lie Manufacturers Record a per that has already been ol - i benefit to the South pays all c Its Metises of the expedition w ard will come in the great in- of circulation and adverlis- s -- to discover the quantity and ity as near a- possible of all is we to be elected He very popular and altogether compe Â¬ tent to serve hw peo4e as was proved when lie was iu the Legislature before Garrard oouuty ami everything around it is Demooratie Lanoaster News Mr Tevis fe - ril t 1 in the South by the Record duly its pages constitute a weekly of all the southern ites If yon desire to know at is transpiring in Dixie you i learn it by a glance at tlie Re nl LDRSx movement lery MOtioed panmage iladison county iu Ijower House in li85 to 1887 and lie served with great credit to himself ami big constituent He is an excellent man and the dikriet can not do otherwise than elect him Frankfort Â¬ Â¬ Col Tevis represented Argus The nomination is a good one and Mr Tevis having served in the Iiwer House will make us a model man one whom this distriot will lie proud to call her own Iet every Democrat go to the polls on Attgnet 6th and vote for oar gallant loader T Tevis of Madison has Il Mi been nominated Jor the State Senate Thursday one Jim Kel- - fmtn MikIiwhi a KM hihI a otoreo Virginia railroad Mr Tevi says he will win Bockoatie the oltiee 1 tid 1 jolted Mrs Peter Crow and when he says a tiling he generally railroad boss at Iter meaos it ami generally does Heres I ie 1 miles from Paris The Itophi he may win Nieliolasville I SUtTBKS WMt JIM KBLLBY v - na tol i JL vlig mrni- V lril t1 J knocked down with a 1 then frightened with a submission Kelley lx A mob of one hun- went to the jail Friday r between midnight and ook Kelley to a bridge o from town and hanged i8 - Journal The nomination is a strong one and ioeorea the election of a Democrat Mr Tevis lias hail valuable legislative ex Â¬ perience lias an cxtetiaive aoquaiut anee with the people o the State and will be a valuable nnjmber of the Sen- Â¬ ate He will be elected by a lare ma Â¬ Â¬ to 11r- In frneelion we recall a jority Smil Eagle r enl iTuTJe among the Virginia Vote Par W B Smitii for Represent ii on Tales Creek in ative r -- r n ity where they are at iIia PUBLIC SPKAKIXa vrk 1 n railroad that came ear rr a serious affair There will be imblic speaking in be Â¬ o recall the recent trouble We half of the Democratic candidates at He in which a railroad r ar I the fullowittg times and plaees begin t n tn r w as killed by an Italian mg at 2 oeloek 1 jr viz Italians were put Ip THOH8OAY auoust 1 isse p ah - a wolj Doyleeville W B Smith D M iue JuroaJ rontractore on Tates rwk Live ordered S00 ItaUans Obeaaalt Kkbovltle Jm D Harris T J Wh 1 tiie contractors employ rientt J O GitenaalL nJ Mrginia negroesf Berea J R Burnam J A Sullivan rihar- u native lCentockian6 Jno D Goadloe cau it ut r iiik andia Madison conn-1- - Bed House A T Chenault H F - prpJtion to take stock in Turnar a S Powell roa J t iere 16 a special provk- - Buthton S D Parrish W S Mob r Torking convicts on n af erley 1 -- jjI -- J - - ta do convicts at work ad come in conftiotl jia negroes Italians Vith i d 11- - nans Do these threer rae s crr seitle down and bee No Do 3ey ens me v r r nerchante during their 1 rnpt vutj suy Ko tley buy iroi r company store at the Wit - a r- pat-r-mz- tos1 t PaiDAY AUOOST 2 1888 Wace Jno D Harris A T Chen- Â¬ ault J B McOreary FextowH ti S Powell 6 D Par rixb Bebertsous Store AVB Smith C Chenault J - cimp ar8 less squeamish- - r HboBof work ds there Vole for Hen W T Tevis for State 3Hfatrifr Aay sojourn Benalar cfi Wood of tbtaty VetoferWB6inltlj order at the offiee 1 Fh lt iu jMiidlm Turner Kingston J-- A Sullivan W 8 Moberly On Saturday August Z there will he speakiug at thcCourt liouse begin u ulug at 8 oclock 8ieedwell J It Burnam H P AltaehmPBt and Sine p a it fr boi IwqKlti stock J Mrs Lavluia Cunningham of this place and Squire John Cuuulnghnm county will bemarrled at 1 of Bourbon the home of the bride on West Main street to day July 31tt 1889 at 2 Col John G Craddock of oclock Paris and Col J W Caperton of Mis Mary E Carty and von died the Richmond will be the attendants Rev C P Williamson will perform same day lu Lexington the ceremony The couple will take William Baugh killed Green Flyun the 240 train for their future home nt in Fulaski county Only a Bud town Bourbon county Blllie Arotis of Boyle county was fuw friends will be present The groom is an older brother of tho brides last kllel by a train at High Bridge Wm Caldwell formerly of Danville husband was recently killed at Mexia Texas xHer Royal Highness the Princess Louise Victoria Alexandria Dagraar A six year old son of Pat McDermot eldest daughter of Ihe Prince of Wales Paris lost a fool under a locomotive wae married at noon last Saturday colored girl was run July 27lh A to Alexander William over and killed by cars iu Lexiugtou George Earl of Fife Kulght of the Mike Sweeney who recently died at Thistle The weather was unpropl Beattyville was formerly a grocer at lious as a rain was falling The cere- Â¬ mony took place in the private chapel Ford of Buckingham Palace in London Mrs Mary Davis and daughter of This was the first marriage that ever Lexiugtou have been sent lo the asy- took place in the chapel which is county Virginia 1750 married lum small and the number of guests was marle Ken- Â¬ John Murphy the famous driver and therefore limited The bride and Jane Delaney 1774 removed to tucky in 1784 and erected the first trainer of trolling horses is dead iu groom arrived privately The bridal house uot far from the big spring down New York party consisting of the Princesses Vic- - on what is now Main street in Rich- Â¬ M S Mitchell a prominent farmer torla and Maud of Wales left Marlbo mond He was a Captain iu the Con- Â¬ of the Chilesburg vicinity Fayette rough House the residence of the tinental army was with Washington Prince of Wales at 11 40 oclock for county is dead 1781 wa9 one of the Notwithstand Â¬ atYorktownin Buckingham Palace first three delegates sent from Ken Miss Mary GHderscommitted suicide ing the rain the route lo the palace near Wolf was crowded with spectators There tucky county to the Virginia Legisla- Â¬ on Cumberland Biver ture and was one of the first represent- Â¬ Creek The fellow fooled her was a vast concourse of people opposite atives from Madison covnty hi the The wife of 8 T James jailer of the palace The Prince of Wales was Legislature of Kentucky He died in Bourbon county is dead after an ill Â¬ enthusiastically cheered On arriving 1808 and his wife in 1841 aged 93 years iu the Bow library of the Queeuj who ness of twenty five years was accompanied by the Grand Duke Voto for B D Miller In a shouting between Evan Warren of Hesse the procession to the chapel Beatty Wicklifle colored white and A CARD was formed It comprised tlie Queen at Danville both were wounded aud the members of the Royal family who Warren died Owing to my continued bad health had gathered in the library the Kiug E T Brown late of Lexinginu Is of Greece the Crown Prince of Den- Â¬ and some of the candidates for the crazy at Wichita He was thought to mark and other guests and the offi- various county offices desiring an early have been murdered last January but cers of the Royal household The pro- Â¬ convention which would compel me to lias returned cession on Its way to the cliopel passed make my canvass in August I have not to make the race for Gov Huckuer has offered a reward through several Royal apartments iu determiued which many of the guests who had Couuty Clerk I am profoundly grate of 250 for the arrest of Dr Hourigan found it impossible tn enter the chapel ful to my friends for their proffered who escaped Irom the jail at Bards were teated Upon reaching Ihe chap- Â¬ Bupport aud regret that my best Judg Â¬ town eevtral days ago el the Queen was escorted to the seat ment dictates this course John A Campbell has just been dom prepnred for her while the other Royal Very Bespeclfully inated for his niuth term as Clerk of personages took seats on either side of J F Oldham Nicholas county He has held the the alter The Earl of Fife who was ofllce thirty two years already 100 100 REWARD attired in a highland costume aud accom- Â¬ Wesley Adkius eleven years of age wore the garter of the Dufls The readers of Tub Climax will be bus confessed that he murdered his panied by his groomsman Mr Horace lo learn that there is at least one dread- Â¬ father and mother at their home near Farquhar took his position at the alter ed disease that science has been able rails and waited the coming of the to cure in all its stages and that is Mason City Iowa In the Franklin Circuit Court W bride The Prince of Wales with the Catarrh Halls Catarrh cure is the G Montgomery got nineteen years iu bride aud Princess Victoria aud Maud only positive cure now known to the the penitentiary for killing his sweet- Â¬ of Wales and members of the house- Â¬ medical fraternity Catarrh being a heart Miss lone Kitson at Monterey hold arrived at the Palace just before constitutional disease requires a con- Â¬ noon They were received by the Lord stitutional treatment Owen county in 1SS7 Halls Catarrh Steward aud conducted to the Bow Cure is taken Internally acting directly Three thousand bodies have been re library where the bride was oined by moved from the old Presbyterian bury Â¬ the bridesmaids who were Princesses upon the blood and mucus surfaces of ing ground in Lexington aud there are Victoria aud Maud of Wales Princess the system thereby destroying the diieaseand giving the patient strength six thousand mure to be removed Louise of Schleswig Holsteiu Princess by building up the constitution and Jim Averill postmaster of Sweet- Â¬ Victoria of Schleswig Holstein Prin Â¬ assisting nature iu doing its work water Wye and his wife Who was cess Victoria of Teck Countess Fedora Tlie proprietors have so much faith iu one of the most dariug riders of the Glelcheu Countess Victoria Gieicheu its curative power that I hey offer plains were hung by cowboys for and Countess Helena Gleichen The One Hundred Dollars for any case it stealing cattle bridal party then proceeded to the falls to cure Send for list of testimoEditor Robert Page who was killed chapel The bride wore a Duciiefse nials Address F J CHENEY at Marion N C by young Brown dress of white satin with a flowing Toledo Ohio formerly practiced law at Paris Ky train It was trimmed witli orange 37 His father was rector of the Episcopal blossoms and n point a gszee veil The ESold by Druggists 75c bridesmaids wore dresses of plush pink church at Cynthiuna aud carried bouquets of pink roses Tobacco Market James G Blaine Jr is now a fire- Â¬ clergymen officiating were the Arch Louisville Durrett Loulsvillo Tobacco man on the Maine Central road He bishop of Canterbury the Bishop of By U lover Ware IIonsc had the honor of fatocklug up the en- Â¬ London the Dean of Windsor domes- Â¬ Sales on our market for the past gine while his pa aud forty friends Jui t closed amnuut to 3143 IiImN tic chaplain lo the Queen the Rev week receipts were having a good lime in a palace Willi 3067 for the same A J Hervy F domestic chaplain to hhds Hales on our market period Jan- Â¬ ince car on the iraiu the Prince of Wales and Rev T Tieg uary 1st anjount to 75165 hhds Sales Two companies have beeu formed at mouth Shore The Prince of Wales Of Ihe crop of 1888 to date amount to Kansas City to reclaim six hundred gave away the bride A choral service 53670 hluK Receipts aud sales continue large and acres of submerged land iu Mi eouri was sung by the choir of Ihe Chapel the river opposite the city The value of Royal St James A feature of the ser- Â¬ tion only change to note in the condiof the market duriug the week fur the property wheu reclaimed will be vice was the sitigiug of the anthem en- Â¬ hurley tobacco is a higher range of fig Â¬ about 522000000 titled 0 Perfect Love composed by ures for high grade zoods and we find Many of the it neceesssry to advance our outside Brown the boss at Suanahan Mc- - Mr Joseph Barnaby qu otntious on select or wrapery tobacco Mr Gladstone Ministers were present Carlys camp iu Jessamine county was 2500 per 100 having been realized on badly wounded and the baud of u col Â¬ was among the guests The Quen our market this week for the crop of ored man blown off by the premature wore a dress of black brocade Her 1888 wet retard- Â¬ The explosion of a dynamite cartridge on Majesty appeared to be in excellent ing thecontinued of tlieweather isthe hill growth spirits The Princess of aud grave fears are crop 011 health and Monday of lost week entertained in Robert Deering a middle aged man Wales was attired In pearl gray satin some localities that tobacco will take High- Â¬ the spot if the weather conditions are from Lexington is having a serious brocade with sliver Her Royal prolonged for n week or ten days more lime at Kansas City watching a way Â¬ ness also wore a tiara of diamonds The following quotations fairly rep Â¬ proward sixteen-year-olwife whom he After the benediction had been resent our market on Burley tobacco nounced the Queen kissed the bride married in California lie has diaÂ¬ and cordially greeted the groom After Trash Dark and damaged tobacco 250toS100 monds and she has no sense Colory Trash S450 to 750 Ihe weddiug there were two breakfast The production of pig iron in the parties in separate chambers iu Buck Â¬ Common Lugs not colory 4 00 to S600 first six months of 1SS9 amounted to ingham Palace One party consisted Colory Lugs 8 00 to 1 1 00 4107809 net tons of 2000 pounds This of the bride and groom the Queen and Common Leaf 800 to 13 00 amount is greater by over 100000 Ions other Royal personages Medium to good leaf S1300 lo SI800 and the other than ever before produced iu the same of guests Toasts were given to Select the 2500 or wrappery leaf 18 00 to length of time in the history of the Queen and to the bride and groom American trade After the breakfast the Earl and his Four hundred and sixty eight thou Â¬ bride the Princess of Wales aud the sand dollars belonging to the Creek bridesmaids returned to Marlborough Nation of Indians has mysteriously House the bride and bridegroom oc- Â¬ disappeared The money was paid over cupying the first carriage Later in to tlie representative of the red men by the afternoon the newly married couple the Government but has not reached departed for S been house thesuburbau its destination residence of the Earl of Fife where a Division Superintendent Tyler of portion of the honeymoon is to be the Queen and Crescent road who ar spent ranged the trains for the Sullivan-Ki- tratu fight has been arrested at New DIED Orleans aud taken to Jackson Miss on a requisition He is charged wllh ld Suson Rowland While littlo aiding and abetting prize fitting daughter of Stephen B aud Our town of Adairville is great on Margaret White died suddenly at the Secret Orders It has a Masonic Lodge home of her grandfather S V Bow a K of P Iiodee an Odd Fellows land in Danville ouSundty afternoon Lodge a Lodge of Knights of Houor a at 4 oclock Burial took place in Knight of Columbia Lodge a Knights Richmond cemetery on Tuesday of the Golden Rule Lodge a Hut of the Mrs Cynthia Moody wife or Whit- Â¬ Oriental Order of Humility a Lodge of field Moody of Kingston Madisou Good Templars and last and least a The Chief Ttenaon for the great StlO county died iu Lexiugtou Ky on Knights of the Iron Hall Lodge cess of Hoods SarsapartlLi Is found la the Thursday July 25th 1889 aged 71 article Itscll It is merit tliat trins and tlie The Plutoniau years Deceased was visiting her fact that Hoods Sarsaparilla actually ac-Â¬ Judge Ernitton of lho Cincinnati for it Is Her disease was flux Burial complishes towhat Is claimed popularitywhat has glren and tlU medicine a Police Court dismissed the case against In Richmond cemetery sals Greater than that of any other sarsapa- Confectioner George Muth charged or Wooi Purf- riIIa Mrs Judith Estill died at her home with violating the Suuduy law by sell- Â¬ IVJCIIL Wine fierbeiore the public ing ice cream The Judge declared iu Covington Ky on Thursday July Hoods Sarsaparllla cures Scrofula Salt XRkhri and all Humor Dyspepsia Sick that the use of Ice cream had grown to 25th 1SS9 aged 00 years Deceased was Headache jBUIousness overcomes That such an extent that it was no longer lo the widow of the late Jonathan P Es Tired Feeling creates an Appetite strength Â¬ county Tlie remains be classed as a luxury and hi the lih till of Madison ens the Kenrcs builds up the Whole System oral view the Court was Inclined to were deposited lu Richmond Cemetery Hood Mat Knparilla is soldbyalldrug 1 six fores Prepared by L Hood tfsts take of the statute Its sale on Sunday on Friday i Co Apothecaries Lowell aLus could easily be regaided as a necessity John T Lravell who died at Bry 29 29 W T Davii Secretary of the Ten antsville iu Garrard county two nessee State Wheel Was not at his weeks ago aged 60 years mention of desk when the organization met at which was made in tlie news column Nashville Tuesday morning In his of The CX niAXIast week was a native We are authorized to announce tlie nerMtnu wiioe names are found below fortlieoBIcan stead was a letler in which Davis con Â¬ of Madison couuty and the last of Indicated subject to tho action of the Demo- Â¬ crat o party fessed that he was a defaulter and nine brothers stated that he was tired of life and In Â¬ FOR COUKTV JUDOE Miss Laura G Moss died iu Cincin- Â¬ tended to jump Into the Cumberland nati on Thursday July 36 1880 after a THOiPHELra river where his body would be found long and painful Illness Deceased was JOHN C CH ENAULT His shortage is not given but it will a sister of Mrs J Stono Walker reFOB COUNTY CLERK not be much cently deceased and had resided tn I W RILL A company has been organized In Richmond for the past eight or ten Boston to assist Dr A de Bausset to years having formerly lived iu LouisFOR JArLER construct a steel air ship on the vacuum ville- The remains were buried iu the JOHN F WAGERS JAMBS a IiACKEY principle The doctor says his aerial Richmond Cemetery on Saturday BAHJELBiarjEBSTAEF vessel will lift two hundred passengers Mrs SofrouiaSneed died at the rei- THMA8 S FEItRELL and fifty tons of mail matter in addi- Â¬ deuce of her Ed Rowland J JOHN HIM tion to the machinery necessnry to op- Â¬ In Richmond Kyr 011 Monday July AtJjjROApmra OBORtJK W WAUBJNi erate It and will be able to travel 29th 1889 in the 79th year of her sge through space at the rate of seventy Tlie funeral took place 011 Tuesday FOR ASSESSOR miles an hour He has applied for Rev Dr Henderson of the Methodist A J WILLOUQHBV permission tn build It at the Charlea- - church officiating aud the burial at WJ HARVEY towu navy ynrd The estimated cost 1 Nieliolasville Deceased was a rcsideul UR TUDOR JUB1TBHJJRY is 250000 of Jessamine county CONWAY DOZIER A peculiarity of Hoods Sarsanarllla William Malcolm Miller died In D a RIOE fa that while It parities the blood it Madison ooautv Kentuakv at 4 oolonk rdlt COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT imparts uew vigor 4t every fusel km 1 euPWdayefnBg July 20h IS89 of J B HARRIS of tUa body it flax He baijeri gloi only few MmA T MILLION Â¬ NEWS PARAGRAPHS J W Victor fell dead iu Harrkon MATRIMONIAL ld Â¬ days and his death was unexpected antil a few hours before It happened The fuuernl was preached at Mt Zion Christian church on Saturday after- Â¬ noon by Trof Hagerman and Elder Reynolds and the remains were de- Â¬ posited lu the family lot in Richmond Cemetery William Malcolm Miller wos born February ICth 1801 in Madison connty and never resided elsewhere He was a prominent man of considerable prop erty and once represented Ihe county in the Legislature He was twice mar Â¬ ried and reared a large family Among his children were County Judge Wil- Â¬ liam Miller and Leslie Miller both deceased John C aud M M Miller nnd Mrs Samuel Lackey Considering the long and useful career of deceased be had more friends and fewer enemies than most men The father of deceased was William Miller born In Virginia lu 1770 died iu Kentucky In 1841 and his mother was Hannah Lackey born in 1783 died In 1814 The grandfalherof William Malcolm Miller was John Miller born In Albe- Â¬ PALACE DRY GOODS STORE -- We have just opened the largest and most desirable line of-- IDIRIT G OOJDS Ever opened in Richmond which we are going ZETCL UOTIOlsrS unheard of at to sell prices before Ladies are especially invited to call and inspect our goods a WE HAVE THE LARGEST- STOCK We have the Newest and Latest Styles and Patterns and also the Lowest Prices We have a large line of - Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes go also Mens and Boys Boots and Shoes that must We have a Large Line of Clothing which we have no room for and we shall let it go at your own price at what they will bring and hear prices for the goods on it and they will surprise you SEE 49 OTJEr CHEAP TABLE NO 9 FIRST STREET NEXT TO STOUFFERS CLOTHING HOUSE Hat at one half cost at Call and get you a THE PALACE IS REQUESTED Â¬ IT THE RESULT IS GOOD THE PUBLIC IS BENEFITTED -- At Our Place -- TO EXAMINE- - HE FURNISHING DEPART r AS ITS SERVANT- - WE POSITIVELY HAVE THE JStren0vs Aim Is Accomplished LATEST STYLES HEW GOODS AND AT Our Great Upheaval Sale was a great success Our object was to give the public the benefit of our advantages in our purchases We have sold more goods in the last month than we ever did before The disÂ¬ Reasonable Prices OUR ASSORTMENT OE SHIRTS 3UUijLM0 UUrNttMU nnTT Ann n Â¬ tribution was great We have added new friends to our numerous old We will not stop until every man woman and child that buys ones goods in Eichmond is enrolled as our customer and to accomplish this there will bo ESWEAR HO LET UP J m THE BARGAINS at our own is the most complete ever offered in this city we shall continue to offer to the public Bear in Mind that H price Streng Never Tires of Giving Bargains We have iu the last lew days made many new purchases OUR NECKWEAR embraces everything new and bright THE PUBLIC WILL GET THE BENEFIT Â¬ We Make a Specialty of Flannel Shirts 1 IF to To convinced that YOU WANT willwear one otherbe We can please you wear no the is A Dress be it Silk Satin Woolen Sateen Gingham or Calico lam the one you want to see most critical If you want any Domestics I am the one you want to see If you want any Cottonades Towels Linens or anything in the Dry Goods line OUR LINE OF HOSIERY can not be excelled in sizes prices colors and off d I am the one you want to see If you want 1 good Suit of Clothes for a Man Boy or Child 1 am the one that will suit you Shoes Slippers or anything for foot wear If you want any I am the -- one you want to see in every shape style size and color and tlie man or boy whom we cant please will have to wear a bonnet We carry the Best Brands Hals TQ If you want a Hat I can Hat you If you want a Carpet I am your Carpet Man OUR MERCHANT TAILORING DEPHRTMEHT you want any Flannel Over Shirts or Underwear of any kind I will If fix you is perfect in every equipment inspection of goods and prices we invite Men Boys and Children will find just what they want and For Prices I refer you to my locals found elsewhere in this paper at their own price in our CLOTHING DEPARTMENT We are as a sample of what I will do If Low Prices Polite Clerks and Good Goods are any inducement B A KGAIN SALE which three-year-o- Kft dont fail to come to the GREAT now begins prepared io furnish you with a complete outfit and know we will do it if you are a man of taste and consult your own in- Â¬ terests As we cant mention everything call and see for yourself H 52- J STRENG Hain Street Richmond Ky COVINGTON MITCHELL - 213 West Main Street Richmond Ky son-in-la- w HARNESS The No 26 Second SADDLES ADRUFF old and reliable Saddle and ILL PAPER Harness House of Garoett House stock of Our Grand Clearance SaIeof Wall Paper was a perfect success GORMLEY sudibBIuiiss WCGORHLEY CO con- Â¬ Â¬ W FIGK2XS to Street nest has a complete i Saddles Harness Bridles Blankets Whips Spurs Horse Boots Curry Combs Scrapers Toe Weights Soaps Oils and everything else needed by persons who handle horses tinue in their elegant hou6e corner of Mam and Second Streets Richmond Kyt formerly occupied Because we hnil made nn mir tntml in by J P Herndon as a drag store sell every roll of the last seasons goods no mniter at wliat price they bad lo W HI 2 9 Â¬ Saddles Manufactured to Order and none but the best material used boys Â¬ sou-in-ia- - o8 fey ladies and Saddles kept in stock Harness of every description Trace Chains Hames Backhands Bellybands Collars Collar Pads Hame Strings Plow Lines Blind Bridles Whips and other things used on the farm Only experienced workmen em- ployed If you want a Saddle you have a hundred to select from ranging in price from i upwards If you We Will Bo Undersold light Rsad want a set of Harness you have a Track Harness 150 sets to select from ransinsr in Promptly done auil ia a workmaulike ly any la the land Tba publia gea Gormlev made tka Wuu with price from 8 up manner erally aro lyked ta Innee goods zh4 which Susie S won liec great Buf- All prices of Plow Gear from pries mto race arm also WttfcwRh whien T5touc obedient servant the cheaTjast to the best finmo Cash Paid for Old Gold- - ana Silver BeJI Yara raised kereett fiftwa 2 thing entirely new in Ciirry Combs GEO M WILLGINQ sutftp 5000 the nUttfr rt The handsomest lot of lap Olotbi U ft Dont loreet iUefcHWBd Ky- - wEesoffic Tc6raloEiaPaiataPgecJAlIi WORK WARRANTED ever brought to Eichmoad 41- 32 31 1s4 tf 41 40 Gentlemens MADE TO ORDER of the best materials and by the best workNo 01ft men Cooling Blankets Horse Boots DEALER IN BUT SIMPLY A TKEMENDODS STOCK OF Too Weights Spqrs Stirrups Bridles Muzzles Txwe Chains Watches Clucks Jewelry Silver and Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridles Surcingles Gold and Silver Buck JPlated ware etc Special from the cheapest to the flneat band les Harness OHs Harness Soaps attention given to made goods Iirendless varieties aud at Horso Brashes Saragers Curry - w iium iw AJTtYiae ens v PETTING DIAMONDS iTICeS llOWSr Tnan fiYSr lancy Bridles Trsee Chains tHamo Strines awl avprvihin AND OTHER PRECIOUS ST0N28 heard of In this or any other city In the else belonging to a complete Sad dlfiry and Harness Shop Union and remember A specially of t uMMjnra itrowu iiiaiiRs went at 5 cents to the finest Eraboaaeil nnlitant 1 conic They all went the last roll of Ibem consequently we have po s ales iu I Ms Left Â¬ E7KW GOODS - REPAmilffG Mt H t HWILHIilfWiWW i TflPPssSslKMBar- - MMMMMMW nrff mii TifiMTrTmTragMmMi SRir- -- - Jennings left Vfifcttdav for New York whence hewill sail on the JULY 31 18S9 sttamer Umbria Cunard Line for Europe SVEDNESDAY Dr Johnstone of Danville will join him and the two will spend the summer on Vote for Old Stump the other side of the briny deep They Vow for the new Constitution expect to aend to the top of the Eifel Rular Augutt election next Monday Tower and otherwise do the great Paris Exposition They will visit the vatfOtis J Dont fail to go to the election Monday hospitals of the chief ctttes and meet or the prominent physicians of If tou want your taxes reduced vote many Europe fcr W B Smith will State Senator that Big Price For Real Estate I Col I Shelby Irvine sold an unim- me you moHejf ote for WTH Tevis Co want 10000 rproi ed lot in Kansas City a week aco Fiirwan Chenault of corn and 33000 bushek of only twenty eight feet wide for 29000 f la fact there is a clay bank twenty five t feet high on the lot that will cost several f N Martin ha something to say of hundred dollars to remeve Col Irvine See Ms ad in to- cst to distiller has sold a number or those high priced lots and has others of the same kind Twe y ars of caltle and sheep were The truth is the Colonel is the richest man j ieJ from pomU ateng the K C bc in Central Kentucky with possibly one tcea Richmond and Red House last exception and the exception a Madison county man r II Mnltigan of Lexington Hon James Sale of 3000 Sheep icaV at the Court house in Rich w On last Thursday Messrs Hugh Col zasisn Saturday night Other speakers ycr and Taylor Rice drove through Rich w jc present mond five hundred ewes lhat Uiey had Stedd of Montgomery M - M le G Forman has another sold to Messrs cd with both the old and the county and II HI of Clark county -1 They n uNc England on the first page of had a few days before sold the parties six hundred for which they received CLIMAX 13 dl to 325 per head Mr Colyer recent Â¬ P Simmons shipped two cars of 3 M hogsheads to Louisville ly sold to Mr Baker of Fayette eight t hundred sheep and Mr Ben Patton sold U wuCk and Mr C C Chrismaa staip to Mr Oldham of Montgomery four or eight hogsheads jkJ ex hundred and to Mr Mason orFayeltetWo Cap- - George W Tipton writes from hundred at 3 to JJ2J Mr Geonje W Indies a characteristic letter Ballew has bought three hundred e lac sheep See Weighing So to ii fruits and marine vessels abo i 95 pounds at 3 cents s Climax Other small lots have been sold rt i of to day Rose a prominet citizen of 0 A Landmark Gone rcL ounty who was shot from am The little dwelhng house corner or lat week and kNted married a Main and Sixth streets opposite Ihe - of Mrs V W Pigg of thk place Catholic church has been pulled down M- - Frank Reppert formerly of this and Sheriff J W Bales owner of the lot ioee position will erect a handsome residence J1CC arii who held a The old residence was built nearly c jA eminent has been discharge LTut cJ - llhs landing the Civil Service rules three quarters of a century ago by Sam Â¬ uel Sullivan It was a small log house O - referable telegraph facilities ought but in after years was weather boarded t be i proved or abolished altogether and received small additions Since Mr - five important telegrams eettt I Sullivan vacated various persons have reached here occupied the house frajn DamiUe Sunday Among them M Jy Mr Sneed Mn Murphy James R - M George Y Forman can be WlMiams M Lalor Thos J Smith Berry Mrs Mary Clay lb nj uaily at Ne a6 North Second William JH ctcc wliere he has the beeks and is A J Reed and J B Harris The - up the miMng bttttness of E let Js a choice one and Mr Bales wwitl have an attractive home Fl m A Son THE OLIMAXJ Fer Barape rS gy o- cinnatiMac - 4 fivreff DrWill Jeofgetowa College- - jaJnti 1 -- j- m m catalogue of Georgetown College This school was chartered by the Legislature sixty years ago and has had a useful and hon Â¬ orable career Rev R M Dudley for merly of Madison counly is President of the faculty The Gollcg- - Ketf says fKe Trustees of the College at their late meeting re Â¬ solved that any person might establish in connection with Georgetown College a public and perpetual memorial of a relation or friend liying or dead by the payment of one thousand dollars with the treasury of the college This memo Â¬ rial will not cost more than a handsome mnrble it will last ldnger and all lht while be dding goodto society and the Church in the name of the loved one Which is the better monument The good is the highest immortality to which all may aspire and to which all may attain The following persons have paid 1000 S Miner decd Maysvilte A L and A M Wright Versailles G W Nor ton Louisville and P S Shelby Lexington Mrs G Robinson G V Plytie Georgetown R M fiudiey George town J MA Ashbrook Cynthiana Mrs Houk Cynthiana C D Chenault Richmond M J Farris Danville Mrs M Withers Lexington and J M Atherton Louisville Those above who desire to erect 6uch a memorial will please notify at once the Principal 01 the Col- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ we are in receipt of Charlie Blythe ef Richmoad Kills A Cin 4 Kirksvillc Institute spent Tuesday night here en route home from CampbclUrille RELIGIOUS tct lege Misdirected Summer Mail Much trouble anxiety and vexation may be saved the people and their friends who are spending or will spend the sum- Â¬ mer away by heeding how they address their letters Of late the post office clerks have been having much trouble on account of misdirections and many miss Â¬ ing letter are traceable directly to that came The usual mistake is naming the wrong State White Sulphur for in- Â¬ stance is not in Virginia but in Green- Â¬ brier county W Va and Salt SriHhgs in Monroe conty W Va ai are Ander Â¬ son and Sweet Springs which is the name of the post office not Old Sweet while the Sweet Chalybeate Springs Springs only one mile from Sweet Springs are in Alleghany county Va Fort Springs are in Greenbrier county n- n Wilson of Station Camp Judge Chenault for Re Election sheep from this place In to days Climax appears the anto Cincinnati and Wagers la w nouncement of Judge John C Chenault hlv and Wagers Co shipped as a candidate for re election to the office t j car of cattle of County Judge He has made a good More he has gone out of The Niagara Falls excursionists have County fudge T TJ and report a delightful tour the regular line of duty to protect the Twice he has made w - i jout ho hundred and fifty pleasant peoples interests ii s The train did not stop be journeys to Frankfort to protest against eirs the increase ol couHty taxes by the State rcinnati and Niagara t wee Board of Equalization and twice the com- Â¬ TJe Farmers Home Journal Loulsvitte mittees were successful preventing first an in i i ue of the 17th H6t has a hand-o- - increase of 6000 and the next time an r ir page engraving of Gen C M increase of f 2000 The Judges salary is C 2v s residence and grounds with a group only J 1000 ayear and he thinks that the of Su idon sheep gracing in the yard county is 2oOo altead We mention An Old Tine Factory these services along with the others for taiuButkr one ot E T Powell Judge Chenault There is on record in the County Clerks C o frrmen and a negro were blown your consideration t a pn mature explosion two miles cosies from Union precinct one that has office a deed from Henry Clay Wm Mac had but little in the way of county offices bean Robert Frazier and James and David fr i nn on the R N I B yester Maccoun of Favctte county to John f a uinner k slightly but the lat- Out West Bradford and Luke Usher or Fayette ljurt Mrs S Parrisii of this place is visit county and Thomas C Howard or Mad She writes back ison county the last three gentlemen being ai adc and picni by the Inde- - in relatives in Illinois Order of Immaculate on last that her on A 1V Parrish is doing a the President and Directors or the Madi Â¬ as successful in eery way good grocery business at Decatur a nice son Hemp and Flax Spinning Company t Mr S RPowell The deed bears date June 17th 180S and l proceseton wm net ordinarity town of 2000 people owmg to vattouc causes Prof formerly of this county who married her conveys fifty acres of land more or less GlCI 3 Miller made the oration of the niece is doing a training business at on Silver Creek The deed recites that c Bloomington and has a number of fine the land lay on the north side or the horses The Adams brothers also of creek in the lower line or John Br ants AMtoh Tbe dice Madison are prospering At Pontiac survey or The first line ran 500 acres 1 ram from Danvflle informing a lovely little town on Vermillion river 100 poles to corner or Yates land and the h While of the sudden death of she visited her sister Mrs Jesse T Cobb or Charles girl at 4 oclock Sunday after who with her two sons lives on a farm of second line 60 poles to corner Vestermans land The consideration was was received at the Richmond five hundred acres which they own Last five shillings current money or Kenc c a p m but net delivered till next year they sold thirty seven hundred dol- Â¬ tucky The deed further recites that the g The oftce should be helped lars worth of produce and expect to land was conveyed to the grantors by jJ uwn repeat the performance this year Wm Todd Jr and Margaret his wife Mrs Parrish will return soon as the Dec 19th 1806 and to them by John Cattle M Taiton Embty St of Louisville health of her daughter Miss Maltie does Bryant and Mary his wife April ist Tirhmond He is the best posted not improve in the West 1799 Later The ladies have returned ac- Â¬ Why Henry Clay and his friends 1 in in Kentucky and we are sorry unce that he sees no prospect of companied by Miss Sallie Noble who also should have bought 50 acres of land on Silver Creek in Madison county we do t r y ne in price of cattle He says has been Visiting in Illinois not know and why it should have sold for intry every where is fuH of cattle Barnes 3ong as that condkien exists no Gen Landram writes us from Lancas only one shilling for ten acres is also more ngc can be expected than we know Whether the Madison tcr that he thinks the Louisville Post is Hemp and Flax Spinning Co ever existed mistaken in saying that the record of except on paper is equally as difficult to lhts AcyWily Knew Him An nquiry comes by mail from a non- - Brother Barnes service in the Mexican answer re iJent of the State asking if anybody war is that he blew the fife with great Such institutions did exist in the long belonged to ago and even within the memory or only Brother Barnes knovs anything of one R A Sturgess vigor a 1 r i nent la w er and Mason who died Capt Stones company from Madison middle aged citizens or this county A 3 iiiumond in 1824 We hear that county that constituted part of the 1st gentleman said to us the other day in - e Tas guth a t fat jg aDOut Kentucky cavalry commanded by Col speaking or the late Billy Barker that he a- - we can gather The letter of inquiry Humphrey Marshall In the army the Barker came here from Bourbon county cavalry use bugles and trumpets exclu- Â¬ to do hemp spinning for Jason Walker c Ties from his grandson sively consequently there were no drums and Wm Embry who had a factory near JJrOWliaH With draws nor fifes in ths regiment to which Bro where Mr Howard Neale now lives Esewhere in to days Climax is found Barnes belonged All or Bro Barnes - card of Mr Joe Oldham of Union comrades knew he was a dandy but it C withdrawing from the race for that he ev er cheered the soldiers with the C Vy Clerk Mr Oldhams heakh is music or a fire before a battle with the e- iljit he cannot at present make such Mexicans is only a myth The 1st Ken Â¬ a active canvass as he would like to tucky cavalry was in one battle only cne Jeclines to make any at aH His Beuna Vista and Capt Stones company The Winchester Citizen declares that r3pecb were good and he is left in a did not reach the battle field although ttrongposition for a race some other time anxious to do so until Uie morning after the frauds perpetrated in the recent L C V election in Clark county were so Ac fight It may be that Bro Barnes Xew Mill Firm Â¬ performed on a fife as a source of amuse great that if a fair count is had the maMr C D Chenauk has purchased of the cavalry jority will be more than one hundred ment but fifes are unknown in E Forman Son a one third interest in service Stanford against the subscription Journal the r Bonanza Mills property in Rich-iroB election at Nicholas The R N I paying therefor 10750 This The Kirksrille Fair a Decided Success ville Tuesday of last week resulted as fx the price of the mill at The Kirksville Fair was a success in follows 32250 It J W Stine President Adolph a new mill and one of the best equipped every particular The usual rain did not Schmidt D B Long Tom W Bullitt and roost modern in Kentucky Its busy fall except at night The air was cool Robt Sparkst career will Ko on under the name or and the weather completely suited the V D Price Theo Harris William Steele C D B M Arnott Firman Chenault Co The capacity occasion From early morn the visitors Chenault W M Irvine C L Searcy be enlarged began to pour in the small boy on his N Jones W T B Williams D B Ma colt the youth with his buggy and best loney Directors For Connty Judge Mr Thomas Pheips is announced in girl barouche rockaway bus spring Huntington has sold 100000 shares of Tiorses freighted with the to da Climax a candidate for County wagons and Â¬ the common stock of the Chesapeake and Judge subject to the action or the Demo Â¬ young and and old came from every di grounds to the Ohio to the Vanderbilts which gives cratic party Mr Phelps is known all rection filling the ample them a controlling interest The price Â¬ orer the county as a prominent farmer an last stretch or comfort and the associa paid The Vanderbilts was 3350000 or its expecta Â¬ excellent citizen and a thorough Demo Â¬ tions pocket to the limit Cleveland Cincinnati tion The president and other officers already control the crat He k a graduate of Georgetown and Indianapolis and the Cincinnati Colegeand belongs to a large family took it upon themselves to see that every Indianapolis St Louis and Chicago line thing was conducted on the most im Â¬ that has never held an office If elected proved pattern and the arrangements folly so that lhey now Tiave a trunk line from he will make a good Cssmty Judge care- Â¬ way ot Cincinnati to Newport met the needs Thepremiums were large Chicago by ful and considerate in all things News with a line from Cincinnati to Lake and the display of stock from this and more especially from the adjoining coun Â¬ Erie Conductor Cobb The Winchester Democrat says or those The Omaha Nebraska Bee announces ties was excellent and would well satisfy any Fair with much larger pretensions opposed to the tax in Estill tat an electric street railway to traverse Lies of every kind were given cur- Â¬ citv and Council Blus Iowa has The candidates were thick and talked ke n opened best of order prevailed through- Â¬ rency Among the conductors fast the The boys in Estill may have gotten started from a large number of applicants out both days Among the largest things M- - C of the best dinners eyer set away with our missionaries when off their W Cobb of Red House Madi-o- - of all one was spread out under the base but we will bet an inkstand against county Ky is mentioned The po- - in the county and everybody invited to a pewter button that with proper facilities on mutt 1 shade trees u- 1 market the ViJney had to gve a 5ICv000 tong partale It was not one of these little for a supply from their home din- Â¬ Estill boys would have been compelled to Ex peaVer OAutt and others became ners but barrels boxes buckets and bask Â¬ abandon this line in disgust Winchester boiJunen The pay is 75 per month ets foil or every good thing imaginable Citizen Home Rule Too much could notbe said on this score A Good Appetite M Queen mentioned In the paragraph in favor or the good women of that neigh Is essential to good health but at ibis toow from the Mt Sterling Seattnel borhood Everything passed themselves Give season it is often lost owing lo the nrl all enioved wocrat formerly resided inRkbmond poverty or Impurity of the blood Two colored boys Geo Jointer and us another Fair derangement of the digestive organs Robt Lee attempted to rob J E Queens ctta drawer Saturday afternoon and BeerinsXJsap Heeling Parks Hill Ky and the weakening effect of the chang- Â¬ ing season Hoods Sarsaparilla is a 2iextSaHflayvABff4th were ccught m the act Mr Queen took e boys to their The Ki C will run an excursion leaving wonderful medicine for creating an methercwfco administer Â¬ toning the digestion and ed to each of them a sound threshing on Richmond 7 A- - m returning Jtave camp J atmetitestrength to the whole system jesr backs grounds at 4 p M Fare or round trip giving Mr taeen said the punub-sn- -t wHl HOW ma itme 10 ihkou jae trum 10 was sufficient and bo arrest was 100 Remember Rev Sana Jones It SetSeed a feusaparllla made be there T rodore f j a car of Â¬ - 11 In each of the cases the names or the places and the post offices are the same but others are not A very common mistake is for persons to address letters to Old Point Comfort Va instead of to Fortress Monroe Va which latter is the name or the post office where the Hygeia Hotel is located It is also a common occurrence for let- Â¬ ters to be addressed to persons at Lake Chautauqua instead of to certain of the many post offices which are situated on the borders of the lake Mail matter for the Assembly grounds should be address- Â¬ ed to Chautauqua Chautauqua county N Y whereas Point Chautauqua in the same county is the name of the post office where the Baptist Assembly grounds are located Lakewood Chautauqua county is the name of the post office for another resort on the same lake- Â¬ WVa Dr A F Jones Surgeon General en the staff of Gov Foraker of Ohio and formrly surgeon of the First Ohio Regi tnentof Volunteers disappeared from his home at Walnut Hills a suburb br CjH blnnall on list xlitlrsday afternoon The Doctor was last teen between three and four oclock In his shirt sleeves and wearing slippers he walked out to his stable Night came but not the Doctor He was 77 years old and his family knew that something had gone wrong with him Search was made about the premises and In the vicinity but he was not found Friday mornihg the police were InforrofeU arid a Vigorous and close search was in Â¬ stituted In the afternoon small drops ot blood were found dotting the street along at intervals for five squares where a quan- Â¬ tity or blood was found on the grass a lit Â¬ tle off the street At this point no further trace could be found That Dr Jones was murdered nobody now doubted He was widely known throughout Cincinnati and the State of Ohio and great excite rncnt prevailed In the street near the place of blood on the grass was a man- Â¬ hole or a hole leading into a sewer and covered with an iron cap As the recent and celebrated Dr Cronin mystery in Chicago was partially explained by finding that Doctors body down the man hole of a sewer the police on Saturday morning examined the man hole above named and were rewarded by the discovery of Dt tones body sewed up in a bag The back or his skull was broken and his watch and money gone Suspicion at once settled upon Charlie BIythe a colored man for the past five years a resident of Richmond Charlie left here about the first or March and dur Â¬ ing that month had secured the place or coachman for the family or Dr Jones Saturday night the accused was arrested in a suburb or the cityj five mites away from the scene or his crime Without hesitation and in a quiet and indiflcrent wayj tilythe confessed tiiat he did the kill- Â¬ ing but dehibd having taken the watch or money He said that he had been hoeing the garden and had gone into the stable Dr Jones came into the stable and in his usual petulant manner began scolding him for not having executed cer- Â¬ tain orders swore at him and as BIythe went out the door struck him on the shoulder with a small stick BIythe turn- Â¬ ed and seizing a club with both hands dealt the Doctor a heavy blow on the back or the head The victim foil back- Â¬ ward with a groan ahd lay struggling on the floor He sat down near the expiring man club in hand to see him die After a time BIythe gathered up the struggling form pushed it into a large oats sack tied it securely and hid it under some old straw m an unused stall He resumed work in the garden and continued until six oclock when he went to supper About xo oclock he shoulderedthe corpse and started out along the street to hide Haying gone itk he knew not where about five squares he observed some per- Â¬ sons stepped aside and laid the bag upon Uie grass Glancing out into the street he saw the man hole and only then it occurred to him to hide the body in the sewer He had never heard of the Cron- Â¬ in case he can not read BIythe was asked by the family Thurs day afternoon if he had seen the Doctor and he answered that he saw him walk out through the yard On Friday he assisted the police in search through the vicinity and several times remarked that he thought Dr Jones was crazy and that he would be found wandering His talk was so flippant as to disgust several or the searchers BIythe on Sunday confessed that he took the Doctors watch and one dollar from his pockets and stated that he pawned the watch for tendollars before he hid the body The watch was recov- Â¬ ered slave Stanford Journal Trinity New Chapel in New York will Messrs J B Cray MJllersburg James cost 250000 and its mission clergy and Cooper Nlcholasviile R C Wherritt school buildings and rectory 100000 CdvingtdnJ P Sandifer James Curry Work will begin at an early day on the ihd Ri G frank or Lahcastefi were In Christian church to be erected at Brooks Richmond last wecK fovVrl in Uifi Hdrtliern part of this county Miss Nannie Chenault of Richmond Rev R R Noef oT Lancaster camt has returned home after a pleasant visit through Richmond Monday going to to relatives here She was accompanied Allensville Clark county to hold a pro- Â¬ by her cousin Miss Mattie Bridgeforth tracted meeting Mt Sterling Gazette The Tates Creek Baptist Association Dr A W Johnstone or this city left will convene with the Buckeye church in Thursday for England On the 30th of Garrard county on Tuesday after the 4th August he Wilt read a paper-- before the Sunday in August and hold three days Bristol Medical Association which meets The last quaf terly meeting was held in at Leeds Danville Advocate the Methodist church of this placd fof Miss Mary Shanklin gave a very de- Â¬ the present Conference year which will lightful tea Thursday evening at the resi- Â¬ close on September 10th Mr Rand dence of Captain and Mrs Neale on Barr preached This closes Dr Hendersons Street and Walnut A number of young second year He has been a good pas- Â¬ friends were present Dancing was in- Â¬ tor and Conference can not well fiill his dulged in after supper Lexington Ga- Â¬ place zette A protracted meeting will hegin at llultz a graduate 6f Ihe Providence church next Sunday morning Dr A Baltimore School of Physicians and Sur- Â¬ The opening sermon will be preached by geons and of Bellevue Hospital Medical Dr Poynter President of Science Hill College New York has located with us School The pastor Dr Henderson for the practice of his profession His will be assisted by Dr Hamilton next office will be in the new Burnam and week The public are invited Two ad- Â¬ Chenault building on Main street ditions were made to the church there on Mr Foster Wilkerson a native of this last preaching day county and brother of Capt Billy Wilker- Â¬ A protracted union meeting will com- Â¬ son of Lexington is visiting Mr W B mence at Boonesborough Wednesday Au- Â¬ Cunningham at tiuess shop heir Rich- Â¬ gust 7th and will continue two weeks mond He left for the West forty years The ministers of all denominations are ago and this is his second visit back here invited to be present and take part The the first being a short one in 1862 services will be conducted in the grove at Mr M B White or Richmond who the sulphur well services will be held in has been attending Commercial College the morning and at night in this city for the past six months re- Â¬ The greatest Sunday school event of the turned home on Tuesday an accomplish- Â¬ State will be the coming State Conven- Â¬ ed accountant and book keeper and is tion at Paducah August 20 to 33 A ready to receive any responsible position Sunday 6chool train covered with ban that may offer itself Lextrigton Gazette ners and in charge of the Kentucky John 11 Burriam Ph D has been Sitnday Schdol Committee will run unanimously chosen to fill the chair of through the State starting from ML Latin and French Dr Burnam belongs Sterling None but delegates will ride to one of the oldest and most talented on the Sunday school train Reduced families in Kentucky the Burnams or rates on all railroads Richmond His rather Elder E H The Kentucky Conference of the Burnam is an accomplished scholar and Methodist Episcopal church South will distinguished minister Dr Burnam was convene in Paris September nth and educated at Yale University receiying committees are now at work securing from it first the degree or Bachelor or homes for the two hundred delegates to Arts and afterwards that or Doctor or be present The regular session of the Philosophy Afterwards he spent three Conference is one week but it is likely to years in Europe pursuing his favorite continue longer this year on account of There are few if the trouble about the removal df the study the languages any better linguists in the whole country Kentucky Wesleyan College from Mil The trustees were anxious to recall him lersburg to Winchester which will be home from Europe two years ago to take brought up and every minister given a this chair but he refused to return The chance to express an opinion on the sub- Â¬ trustees concluded that such a man was ject Sun worth waiting for In this they acted wisely Vote for changing tbe Constitution Georgetown College News ShlOnh Tbe new Steam Laundry Co bare farewell CapHde or Pi Â¬ determined topnt tbe price of work ano by Fisher Brilliant not difficult down so low that everybody can afford audeasy to commit to memory A to have their work done there as cheapcapital piece for young progressive pi ly as elsewhere Special rates given tf anists Mailed on receipt of 50 cts in on family washing 2 et postage stamps by any music If you want to buy a sulky surrey C P CnENAOivr having boegbt dealer or Ign Fischer the publisher buggy or carriage call on Donelson one third interest ia the Toledo O It for he has the latest best and cheapest 5- Jlfjeat Fresh Fruits in town at m 79 Dinellls Advice to Brothers B0HAHZ ROLLER MILLS JlrtWffSLirwaSooTHraoSTECPjJiOQilslWtTi ce naed children oxo It re crop of last years wheat has just Befrtlhs trba ruflereratooc culling tetthnatural A It piodaee little Ceep tin Uttle thernb avaxesai blight beeu sold in Woodford county at So quietbutton and It is ivery pleasant to taatc aa a It and having become a partner in tbe cents soothes tho difldioficol ih gum allayi aU pain business of tbe same we beg leave to regulates the hovels and Is tha twt known remedy or diarrhoea whether ariaing frets teething or inform tbe public that said fetiatoees Fire Tornado and Accident Insur other causes Twsnty flTo cents a bottle will In future be conducted under the 7 32 anco written by Powell 65 firm name of Elegant line of light and dark Chal Pasteur the great Frenchman dis 49- coyeretl that microbes causes chicken lles at the Palace cholera and danter found that bis Go to Lalors Cash K tore for Grocer JRobJns MILL Â¬ MICE fu V Â¬ Magic Chicken Cholera Cdres them lea 44 17 Sold no cure no pay by Stockton Get your clothes ready for the laun- Â¬ Brooks It We have contrasted te have tbe tf any quantity pure and dry Ice Cream in recent improvements ia MM Maobtao 70 rich at Dinellls ry placed at an early day la eer MMs HERE IS MORE MUSIC and thereby the eapaeKy wMt be large Â¬ F B Crocker of Charlton la has H Streng still furnishes ly increased purchased from P B Vail for 510000 These are the additional the bay stallion St Nicholas by Blue it Bull dam Betsy Pilot by Clay Pilot notes second dam Lady Columbus by Old Mens Suits of Clothing Columbus Stock Farm FormanClienaiiltGo i J WE WISH TO BUY 10000 bushels of Corn We solicit a contiBBaBee t tbe lib-Â¬ eral patronage heretofore received Dig Demand For Meat S500 5600 S750 Why dont you advertise your now was asked Mr Fife of butcher shop the butcher firm of Fife and Duncan Why I cant get meat enough to was his re- Â¬ supply Half tho demand 1200 S1100 and S1000 Cant he bonght elsewhere for 52- - S900 30000 bushels of Wheat and It ply The Freshest Cleanest Nicest Goods in town in the Confectionery Line at 79 Dinellls Powell represents Ten of the largest Fire Insurance Compaules and writes Stables and Mills Stores Dwelling 7 32 Live Stock at Lowest Rate i Saratoga Mineral Waters at Dinel-7-- 9 less than 200 to 750 a suit more Come and look at them FORMAN CHENAULT CO Farmers Beware 78 Dont Buy a Spring lis HERE IS MUSIC FOR YOU H Tooth Cultivator un- Â¬ til you see the Albion For Sale Only By JOHN G TAYLOR Sole Agent for Mad-Â¬ ison County FOR 41- Streng furnishes it These are the notes All good fancy Calicoes 5c Remaining unclaimed in the Post 13 yards Lonsdale Green Tick- Â¬ Ofllce at Richmond Ky week ending July 30th 1889 et 95c Gentry Mary W Beasly Henry Harrk MflHe 13 yds Hasonville Cotton 95c Bright Maggie E THE NEW AND HANDSOME Clay Mis Kate Johnson Neal Cot- Â¬ Cummins Rev L 13 yds Fruit of the Loom Pendleton Mr PinUton Wm co Ellison Eliza ton 95c Potts R P Ellison Jennie HOTEL Gentry Mary 15 yds Hope Cotton 95c Post O fllce hours from 6 a m to 7 p 17 yds AAA yard wide Brown sr Money order and registered letter hours prompt 7 A M to 6 p M wNI be just completed in Cotton 100 J B WILLIS P M rented publicly toRiebesd biddor the highest 52- - J LETTERS RENT 40000 at 2 oclock P M on -- THIN COLUMN KINGSTON A Choice Line of Candies at Din el-7- -9 Â¬ 5 -a m Â¬ Â¬ Charlie BIythe was born in i860 the or Col John A Duncan or this county His rather Sandy BIythe be- Â¬ or Senator longed to the father-in-laHarris Charlie came to Richmond about five years ago and was in the em Â¬ ploy or Mr IStone WalkerGov Mc Creary and perhaps others in the capacity or coachman and while at the Gov- Â¬ ernors is said to have robbed a colored woman or a watch bracelets and silk also to have stolen 20 from a dress colored man at Capt T Speed Smiths Last year he was janitor for Madison Club and about the first or March this yeacstole 75 from the room or Dr J C Morgan After his flight a discrepancy of 60 was discovered in his affairs at the Club He was a pleasant rather timid man always polite and nobody who a mob for cattle stealing Just as he was knew him could have imagined that he Vote for WT Tevis or five so coolly about to swing oft he asked a delay could have played the murderer BEREA minutes to make a speech in favor or a But his davs are about numbered friend for his successor He advanced Mrs Patterson of Boyd made a flying some good arguments and thea said he call upon her friends a few days ago PERSONAL was ready to go and went Miss Edith Fairchlld or Rockford I1L The Owensbofb Inquirer objects to the Miss Post of Minnesota is visiting has come to spend some time with her Democratic orators now stumping the Miss Rachel Ford uncle E P Fairchild is the State They are Gov BucKner Attorney Miss V O Elder of Lexington Miss Flora Cone has returned from General Hardin Judge Steve Sharp Gov guest of Mrs Lee Maupin McCreary Hon John Young Brown Minnesota where she has been visiting Miss Lil Gordon of Winchester is Hon James A McKenzie Judge Durham for the past two months visiting Mrs B W Turner and Senator Blackburn The Inquirer Bertha little daughter of Boston Rob Miss Cosby of Louisville is visiting perhaps wants Auditor Fayette Hewitt erson fell from a couch and fractured Mrs B F Tevis Kirksville Two or the Hatfields were arrested in her collar bone last Wednesday Mr John Gibson has gone to Pennsyl West Virginia last week and sentenced Miss Ida Embree of Wyoming Terri- Â¬ vania for a spell ot recreation to jail They appealed to the Judge to tory has come to spend a year with her Â¬ Mr John L Bosley editor or the Win- suspend their sentence for three days wife chester Sun was in Richmond yesterday stating that the Teachers Institute opened grandparents J G Fee and Mr Schoolfield and sister of Day- Â¬ Miss Lewis or Canada who was visit- Â¬ that day and if not present their certifi- Â¬ ing the Misses Bronston has gone home cates would be forfeited They were al- Â¬ ton Ky are visiting their cousins the M Han- Â¬ Miss Susie Cromwell or Fayette coun- Â¬ lowed to attend and then were sent to McCollum family and Mr L son visited Mrs J B McCreary last jail for 30 days ty week The W C T U have secured the use The Winchester Sun offers this lucid use of Fair ground for the Children s Miss Johnson or Danville Illinois is V Temperance Day and basket picnic which explanation of the defeatof the L C visiting Miss Mary Spencer Smith at in Estill county The roads inability will be held on Saturday the loth or Elliston to see the ability or the L C V peoÂ¬ August Mr Charles R Hanon attorney at ple to do something stands in the way mi law Paris was the guest or S H Stone The Democrat makes a remark on the Vote for Bteve Sharp Esq last week same subject that is equally as satisfac- Â¬ Redaction ia Local Fares Mr J Speed Smithy Jr has been tory It says All the wiles and per transferred to Oswego New York from suasist influences obtainable were brought Tbe Queen and Crescent system have adopted a limited ticket for their Washington City to bear local business This ticket will be sold Owen McKee J S Collins and Taylor Hereabouts resides a profound reasoner Rice have gone to Cleveland to see Susie He had been sick for a week and consult at a considerable reduction from tbe regular local rates as it will be limited S trot to morrow irf a doctor Going home he said to his as to time It is expected that this re Stone or Louisville and vrife Mr Junius I think I have a severe ittack of duction will Induce passengers to pur Mr G Tilford Clark of Lexington pyrcne Well what is that anxious chase the limited Instead of the un- Â¬ Â¬ were here Saturday ly inquired tne wite i don t know ex limited local tickets as tho passenger Mr T H Grubbs and wife of Mont Â¬ actly he said but I know I havn it for will save money by doing eo and not gomery county attended the funeral ser Â¬ the doctor told me to take antipyrine and lose any privileges of any advantage to anti you know is the Latin for against M MUler vices or Mr them The object of the Railroad com- Â¬ Maupin or Fayette Mis- or opposed to and the doctor would not pany Wing to get tickets In as soon as Miss Alice souri came home with Mrs J W Maupin have prescribed against pyrine unless I possible after the date of sale in order He is now about well had it and will spend the summer at Kingston to keep their accounts in better shape A confirmed pessimist was converted Laura and Fannie Rice or Misses It Washington City daughters or ex United into a profound optimist while sinting in Vote for B D Miller for Coroner States Senator Rice are visiting in Rich- Â¬ Tub Climax office on last Saturday He remarked that there is no such thing Mr Ralph ElKlnslives at Marions mond all all is vanity and vexa Â¬ ville Mo and is a successful farmer Col John G Craddock editor of the as happiness or We pointed to the pro- Â¬ He says he has been a great sufferer Paris True Ken tuckian was here on Sat Â¬ tion spirit cession then passing down Main street from impurities of the blood which urday The Kirksville Fair brought him and asked him if he observed the fellow made him stiff and gave him much this way with the tall hat perched at an angle of pain in tbe lungs but that be took or Harrodsburg Rev W Y Sheppard 45 degrees over the left ear The pessi Â¬ Swifts Specific and Boon relieved him attended the funeral or Miss Moss and Behold entirely mist smiled and said he did Rev Dr Green of Danville that or little that lordly step and placid grin we sug- Â¬ We have sold Swifts Specific for six Susan Rowland White gested and dont forget to consider the years in quantity lots and- - trie goodfl H R Gibson or Richmond Ky was bewitching twirl or his dudish cane in town several days last week viewing The solemn man sprang from Hm chair have been entirely satisfactory and Pinevilies beautiful scenery and seeking and with the expression of a fellow who without a complaint frata a single cus HuTcnaieoN tomer Eixiott I investments Pinevtlle Messengen recognises ayjqrker and both bowers in a Park Texas It Be- Miss Minnie Elliott the veryiundsomc close game for the drinks shouted and accomolhed music teacher of the gosh Im a changed man Meals at all hours at Vlrfkh 7 9 I w Â¬ Â¬ 5 Miss Cruze or Missouri is visiting It is believed that Federas stole the Miss Emma Maupitt Boots aud Shoes at your own price at Commercial Club It cant be found 49- the Palace Â¬ Dr and Mrs R L Breck have reA wagon load or horses came through turned from Estill Springs The new steam laundry is equiped town on Sunday from the Kirksville Fair with every modern improvement and Elder J B Boen and wife or Texas They were wooden horses that belonged tf wants to do your washing are visiting Mr J M Boen to a Flying Dutchman Six spools of Clarks thread for 25 Mrs R J is at her rathers J W The editor of the Lancaster News says 49- cents at tbe Palace that the wickedness of the present gen Gibbs and will remain until September eration is absolutely alarming and cites After a short illness or nearly a week The Steam Laundry has as one or the reasons why people are so Mrs Lucinda Moody wife of Whitfield been completed and will do bad that children go to hops Moody died at Lexington of flux and your work at the lowest The editor or the Winchester Demo was buried in the Richmond Cemetery on price Thursday the 25th tf crat who is also attorney for the L C V calls the Louisville Southern a bantInsure your property in one of The heaviest rain fall for several years ling You have heard or the goat that fell South or here on last Friday night Powells Ten Companies 7 32 called the horse an ugly little devil from about 8 to 9 oclock Fencing single apron binder on The c were washed away marketonlymanufactured by Walter tbe An in water gates The Winchester Sun says is A corruptable suffrage is better than rail- Â¬ Silver Ceeek was higher than it had been Wood and for sale by for five or six years roads and morality is better than water 45- Breck Phelps works and re- Â¬ It should have added The foneral or Wm Malcolm Miller ligion is better than a steam laundry Many Persons at Mt Zion was largely attended The Are broken down from overwork or household cares young man wrote a poem for The services were conducted by Elder L H A Browns Iron Bitters rebuild the system aids digestion removes ex- Â¬ Climax some months ago It was mis- Â¬ Reynolds assisted by B C Hagerman cess of Uie and cures malaria Get the cenuine Mt Zion has again lost one or its oldest laid and did not appear until last week He had forgotten about having written it and best members Nicest line of Hosiery at the Palace and when he read it in The Climax last Mr Robert Dozier an employe at Gasoline stoves in all sizes and at all Wednesday he criticised it unmercifully W F Franciss marble works while re- Â¬ prices from the plainest to the finest at As soon as Mr Huntington discovered turning from where he had been to finish 45- Breck Phelps that the red handed editor of the Winches1 up some work at Berea was caught in the 1000 Suits for 500 at the Palace ter Democrat was mad with him he sold branch at Mr James Roberts as the Dozier horse Nice country lard and meat of all the Chesapeake and Ohio to Vanderbilt branch came down sprng wagon and a water gap all were kinds new honey milk shake and and will remove beyond the Mississippi Sons cheap croquet sets at A H Lalors wathed down into G J White clear out of reach of all harm pasture over 100 yards The top or the 44 17 The two Bills who on the first Monday spring wagon was broken oft Mr Dozier Twelve yards Green Ticket Lonsdale in August will be billed for th General was ducked several times siunnea ana 49- Assembly where they will do a general bewildered for some time but not seriously for SIOO at the Palace bill business in voting for and against bills hurt The horse with his feet on the HERE IS MORE MUSIC as the interest for their constituents may bank and still hitched to the wagon demand are now cooing and billing gen- Â¬ which was in the branch was found next H Streng still furnishes erally around the county morning It was a very narrow escape it These are the additional A Wyoming postmaster was hanged by and an experiment I would not like to try Â¬ lis Collection Notice Wednesday Having sold an interest in tbe Bo Â¬ nanza Mills to Mr C D Chenault aud he having become a partner in the business ue are desirous of settling This is undoubtedly tbe flfteat betel our accounts as quickly as possible All knowing themselves indebted to building outside of LeziBgtoa is lb us will please call at the Laundry end o the State ami wilt peeve a bo Office No 20 N Second Street and nanza to a good proprietor settle with George Forman who has our books in charge Respectfully 78 E FORMAN SON Angast2189 f Â¬ IT CONTAINS 43 BOOMS Distillery Apparatus besides a spacious office tile Moorish readiBg room parlor elegant dtaisg roomo have I boiler for sale privately an engine rooni a bar pool ofand bath werfcs and system water and copper still wood still two with and good worms four fermenters 22 mash electrie bells In feet tbe largest tubs whisky and singling tanks and most all the cocks pipes and connections nec- Â¬ essary for a daily consumption of from Also one 25 to SO bushels of corn Will sell the above copper Jet Pump outfit for half its value For further particulars apply to or address J N MARTIN in Central and Eastern Kentucky Richmond Ky as ad COMPLETE HOTEL It Election Notice To the Vofera oflfadisoH County There will be a poll opened at the various voting precincts in Madison county on the FIEST MONDAY IN AUGUST NEST for the purpose of electiug a Coronor for Madison County also to elect a At same time and plaee tbe Rtebmoud Hotel Company wilt sell a City Los i J On corner of Third ami Water Street fronting 65 feet on Third and ruBBfog back S2i feet on Water Street This property is valuable and ie iesBaedt ately in tbe rear of the hotel and very Representative and State Senator It is also ordereu tliut a poll be open- close to the new Depot of the R N BRR ed in the Yates Precinct No 5 and I in Million Preciuct No 9 for the TTerms made known on day of election of a Magistrate in each of said sale Districts aud in Million Precinct for For further information apply to J the elaction of a Constable STONE WALKER Secretary of Rich- Â¬ July 24 S9 J W BALES gberifl Madison County mond Hotel Co It Â¬ notes 25c Best French Sateens 5c Handsome Challies Good Dress Ginghams 74c 25c Handsome Henriettas Ladies Shoes and Slippers at music prices 52 RICHMOND HOTEL CO CHEIAULTS ILj 1 10 J NEW HOME Best French Sateens 22 cents at tbe 49- Palace Special rates will be given on family washing by the steam laundry tf P M POP oo OT2 Q -- mm Mr J E Dykes has an abundance of ice for sale aud will deliver it every 4- morning in any part of the city IS SELLING THE CSLESEATZD 7KT Young mau you should have your shirts collars and cuffs Iaundried at tf tbe new laundry IBCOX30LO J WE CARRY NONE BUT THE S3fir tells Past Present and Future Events May he consulted at any hour Rooms at 422 E Main Street HADAM SCOTT 5 HIACHINt BEST GOODS and as our stock is not large we are continually renewing it and therefore our stock Is ALWAYS FRESH We Post Call and see him next deer to Donelson has a quantity of new sul- Â¬ kies surrles and buggies of tbe newest and most popular patterns and at very 5- reasonable figures Buy anil Mt Office 52 51 Cash Low- KHMGARfHi Having taken a thorough coarse id Kindergarten under Miss Adams of Lexington I will open Elegant line of Fans at tbe Palace and in consequence our prices are Worth Hundreds of Dollars My wife used only two bottles of Mothers Friend before her third con finement Says she would not be GIve us one trial and you will without it for hundreds of dollars be convinced Had not half as much trouble as be- Â¬ DAVID CHENAULT CO fore Dock Miles Exceedingly On Monday September 9 89f a school at my home on Third Street Lincoln Parish La Write Bradfleld Reg Co Atlanta Oa - 29- - Calicos at 4 cents and up at the Pal49- ace m 37 Â¬ A large and well ventilated ream will be built especially for this parpoee For further information apply to Miss LOULA BRONSTON 6-290 N Third Street Roe n Carriages NEW BUGGIES NEW PHiETONS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULKIES Lalor bnys Country Produce Rags 44 17 and Iron Road horses trotters and runners shod in any manner desired I have Just received an extra lot of four year old second growth timber for repairing all kinds of wagons All work guaranteed at the very lowest prices Shop back of Brookss drug store Â¬ PAY UP All persons indebted to uie will please ooraeand settle at onee By so doing they will save cost A D BUFF 47 - A X TERMS CASH h From this day do a strietlv I cash business Please bear this ia mind A D RUFF 4- July 1st Respectfully saI Sfebly SL n Or J9Q ire MIPKIFF IlwMa5rer9ttBi3rffeaseedlte 1 rjt Geedeore My vehicles are all new and of tk9 They are tar safe on the most reasonable terms If yen Dywofc3Jn wanPiC vehicle come e we and WW opea ft Mt Xsfcttrr Bpv8 you 099B to tlHrJfakee Dry yen weal heme without tote tttffint fiaailliiwLliflHLhiAm0r Sola lttareaefiil debilit- y- yTrr ToxuinicK aches H worn out really good r notilBg m very latest patterns IiiUVQlUISfl iehtoi ad V- - 4 JOHN DOKJttSON I - iiiiLMiLiiMLiiiLLiiiiiiiiJBLiBiiiiiiLLBLMLiLBB v -- i Ti----r V HITID COTULl I jB BLUE GRASS ROUTE Stx rttat and Qwtcfceet Rmnr from Cen- Â¬ tral Kmtatciv to All IoioU Xotth EaU WMtidSoirth ct FAST LINK BETWtEEN Lesington SefcetaSe i N Cmcmnsffi 3 Ne 4 DaUy fcao fc ESeet 3Jay 12th 18S0 SOUTtr lKiTTKHEK8wt Lv lvim inunli ifcimoutli Jve Lve t lUiilir An J it 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515 a s57 m a ni 715 a 11 2 1 3M lhiM eqrt r oa 835 405 p m Ipm pm pm f Claelaai tl 105 SiiimUi aa TRAIK NOTKS rH dally be ween I xinmlxn and llndnna1 Sn i ninidiiiy weea ClneUiatail nud kexiufrum Iki Not Zand fi make mNHfClnat t Wlneliefc M V Ky t r for points am the X X No aukM Uith cuniiectlmi -- t Lexington IMPORTANT Train- - of tills line iinwur nveataam depart from the Central Unioii lvi etacer Htalauo CtndHiiall making eon iifetiMa facaU potnlii Xiwtti HaH and Wet- TiircwaBH TaekeOi hr4d nd lUegHe Cheeked t any point marked by a railroad Yur fall MurUeiUn or call on auy kklia Imrc IxIm4mi lfci a m mK pm Arrives fr 3 fn P aldrs Bentof toe Ciililairor W Trv Cincinnati o K K B MOKBE Ue1 P Pawor-mct- - I MONXTN E H RAOON Tin v Pwr AgU LexlBgtoti Ky II K HCJTTIXTON V rreniOen Maur F B CA KR AkL- - KtehBMHMl Ky neral Oancv x iTiaanheriif Vimiuerce Baild- - ArI nueiimatl in Cllicimiaii O Hew and Original Designs OF ARTISTIC MONUMENTS In Granite and Marble Firsl Cliss Wortraskip AKD LOWSfif OONSISTSNT KwilMky We iMVe PHICSS TVVnle for ricew oih information belore untoing auy style of work VM ADAMS BON Importers 4 48 Iexinotox Ky aJ tJe largest trade in Central guarantee satisfaction Â¬ j m JV t flfei if O mUust Ourt I f fne Tkt Etdirc Tnfau foity oplor 7 o Cliicisnati ZMiUcMra tetweea InrJIcnapdliSj a ZOuG UT C LAFAYiTE end TCC St ri3T andEleirantSe cUaicsr Ch r Osxa on Nlirht Train- ayaiScent Parlor Cars on Day Tralaa Pnflmin r llnm tai ifiHf Car liae Redinlne I air Cars New Hm Chii CoaccSecona- Tss-a- B- Cincinnati and StLouis Kitlmr Elg roar ibtaeCS--- C XkdSet Sfc I I inUackn and Baggara Cart all run through XJuMt cbaase between Cinrfanit asd SUX nua Ciiicinriiili and Peoria HI r iW KVort IJae Cbmmo loua neclinlns Chair Cars Brrwrrj b buptlii fmi lllu EkM ksi r C A Elogent Rccllnlns Chair Cars BETWEXJI ILrnlt I Via S ILDOir C SEdTr WUCL ii rMeers St I omti ca4 Ptorta time and B raeetlciis tre vita ttllh all Unes to --as 1 e ar ef M Mt Krrt tad Soatlmeit MxU I m 1cU Mt tttaan rkd1 U til at an- - Ticket OSce C T St I uti li3eMallC4poa Ticket aUBVaVxi Ofnrea rritint lvc country 4 OH EQAH tie i Pats and Ttt jlctat lm-r-- tffl -- a AGENTS WAJfTRD FAR THE BOOK TC2E4TS 7UCvr HORROR Th bast and most complete history of - Great Flood Publiihed in Englkh a- German Contains over 500 fge and retaHs for 150 SO iwtrirT 25eantlfal fail gilt fcta f Iff g A genu rorktntr for car ether flood book should VADLEY OF DEATH certs la st33 for cor outfit sil 24how superior it termthe ne yon to and see A a eseM0 MotJrfeerl P01SSSX j t Xci LXIi --Sowed Cincuinati Olik Bb Sowthi Philadelphia Philanthropist D7 They Are Well Kilacnteil and to He posed ot ItU Vast Wealth round In All Positions perstltlona Africans Ono morning in May 1776 the boom Dcaf mutos fill various positions On ttao bank of on African river upon a tiny clearing which scooped of a cannon startled the Inhabitants of Somo are engaged in tho professions out of the vast black forest that brls- - tho vicinity of Delaware Bay and somo are journalists artltts book tied along both shores as far as the eyo looking seaward a merchant ship was keopersengravors and photographers can reach betokened the noltrhbor- - discovered hovo to Instead of tho bomo have Government positions a few are scientific men many find em nooa 01 a native village a man wo3 dreaded fleet of Admiral Howe who standing alone taking rapid notes In by command of His Royal Majesty ployment In tho ordinary Industries a small book while bohind him lay King Gcorgo HL was thon blockading and not a few mako a success of moored along the waters edge a fleet tho rebollous coast Sho proved to bo agriculture Tho peculiar balancing by which tho of canoes crowded with tho dark tho French merchantman LAlmablo loss of one sense is compensated by in- Â¬ brown or blade faces of Arabs and Louise commandedby Captain Stephen negroes whosa crooked swords and i Glrard bound from New Orleans to creased strength in the others recolvos long ivory stocked gns glittered in New York Tho captain had lost hid emphatic exemplification In the deat way in tho fog and had flred a gun for muto While in common with the rest tho morning sunshine The solitary figure On tho bank a pilot Ho was informed that war of mankind misfits occur In vocations seemed to bo tho only whlto mnn of was declared between Great Britain and a good shoemaker Is occasionally tho wholo party and oven he loon and tho colonies and that If ho con- Â¬ spoiled to mako a Yory poor teacher and ragged as he was with his faco tinued his voyage to Now York ho It is a fact that wherever a deof- burned almost black by the sun and a would undoubtedly be captured and muto works with hand or brain proportionate to matted mano of grayish black hair loose his ship and cargo Ho was ad in a position and board hanging loosely around it vised to bring his ship Into FhUadol his ability hd 13 generally found scorned qulto as savago as any of his phla which ho did and to a dayS Bomewhoro noar tho top In illustra- Â¬ folio wors But small and thin though dense fog this country is indebted for tion Of the facility to notice and mas Â¬ he was with plain almost coarso tho greatest and noblest oharity oi ter what would ordinarily escape oth- Â¬ A marvel of Hits powder never varle ers a deaf mute now a distinguished iwrily Mrmicih and wliolesnnieiieMt More features and a dress of which any re-- modern times tho famous Glrard Col eeeuotHteiit than the onllunry klixls nud spoctablo scarecrow would have been lege Potihsylvdhla dlvliio after completing chhmoI be mII in oinneutlon Willi I tie 11111I Stephen Glrad was born near Bor- Â¬ a course in an English university was he had in his sunken eyes Uhiile of low let Miort ue4ht nlnm Knd ashamed ptHisplwtn powders Sokl only In cans that look of power and command deaux Franco May 20 1760 When examined at Yalo College for a special JtoVAX ItAKlKG rowDEBCo- - 106 Vail Street 21 20 which stamps the born leader of men frbout fourteen years of ago ho In- Â¬ degree Tho examiner noticed that in Ken York And such indeed he was for this curred the displeasure of his fathor by certain mathematical work tho deaf man was no other than Henry Morton a rude remark mado to his step- Â¬ mute was especially quick and after mother and rather than apologize ho the examination inquiries led to tho Stanley So engrossed was Stanley with tho said thaw he would leave his homo discovery that tho doaf muto had boon Si V Wf for an incurable case of Catarrh notes which ho was making that ho His father purchased for him a part using a valuable system ho had evolved lathe Head bythe proprietors of j never saw the black scowling faco and interest In a ship and cargo and his from his Cambridge tuition and for an voyage to cabin boy and pupil DRSACES CATARRH REMEDY i fierce eyes which poered out at him first part owner sea was aassmall child hour or two profossor everlasting Whon changed places to tho nf discharges Ilendflchc crmMnini nose Catarrli foiling Into suddenly from tho onciroling thicket and obstruction ot Presently another head appeared and he lost tho sight of his right eye whllo profit of the former throat sometimes profuse watery and acrid The dcaf muteB of America Very another and another still and then playing near a bonflro and his bl at others thick tenacious mucous purulent bloody and putrid ryes weak ringing In ears bgraphers are of tho opinion that this easily lead those of tho world In lntcl- difficulty of clearing throat expecto- Â¬ the malted boughs shook and parted deafness iigenco manliness and ability Thoy ration of offensive matter breath offensive t and several men stole forth with long deformity was the causa of thd moroso smell and taste impaired and seneral debility Â¬ spears in neas Of his character and caused him are living In a presont whoso work their hands Only a few of these symptoms likely to be pres Â¬ ent at once Thousands of cases result in con With such renders tho future secure Tholr or- Â¬ But Stanleys quick ear had caught to keep much to hlmBolf sumption and end la the grave the rustlo of the leaves and taking assiduity did ho pursue his chosen pr o ganizations are strong and the work By Its mild soothing and healing properties Dr Sages Kemcdy cure the worst cases SOc several strings of beads from Tho schools his fesslon that ho became master of a beneficially practical The Original pouch ho advanced to meet thorn ut Â¬ ship when ho was twonty threo yearl take more and more the comploxlon tering tho long shrill bloat like salu- Â¬ of age before the French requisition given thorn by tho alumni Educa- Â¬ MTTt of age and service allowed Ills first tors of tho deaf And that tho sugges- Â¬ ttTVfc I tvrn Dti 1 tation of tho country IIUOM mercantile venture was to San Domingo tion of tho graduate based on his own peace UetLlIarmluu oxporicncoi Is worthy of a place Butthoro was little sign of poaco In February 1774 whenco ho proceed Uneq aledasaltvcrPUl 8mallestchcap for Ono Pellet aDosc among tho advancing savages who ed in July to tho thon colony of Now in the plan of guidance take est easiest to dire SlcUIIeadnchc Rlliona Headache darted threatening looks at him and York After trading for three years bo future educational Whllo work Coustlpatlou derangements ludlRcstion SIczlnesA tweon Now YorlfNew Orloans and procosses educated by special ot kept muttering angrily amongrthom Uillons Attacks and all he wont to Philadelphia In deaf mutes can not bo elassed as dethe stomach and bowels SS eta by drug rt eelves Then a huge BOarrcd vrarriori --5 21 who soomod to be their chief said May 1776 and gavo up tho sea fectives i d persons incapablo of beÂ¬ for a mercantile career Whllo ing taught to caro for themselves In with a flourish of his spoar success- Â¬ the world as Is true of tho Insane and most If the whlto man wishes peace why ho was engaged fully In tho prosecution of an extensive feoblo mlnded Tholr schools are part doos ho try to bewitch us trade tho yellow fovcr in its most ma- Â¬ of tho common school system of tho How havo I tried to bewitch you lignant typo broke out In Philadelphia country and are cheerfully supported asked Stanley in amazement I como as your guest not as your enemy You swooping away one sixth of Its popula- Â¬ as such by tho various commonwealths tion all see that my men have laid down pital Whon during Its height a hos- Â¬ But as there are schools for tho bear Â¬ their guns and swords and arc waiting seemedwas established for which It ing of a higher grade supported by almost lmpossiblo to secure privato beneficence and endowment so to bo friends with you The strangers words are not competent management Girard devot- Â¬ should thoro bo facilities for special Straight answered the savage fierce ed himself personally fearless of all scholastic and industrial education of ly Did we not see him making risks to tho caro of the sick and tho tho deaf People should understand spells of witchcraft against us and burial of the dead not only In tho hos- Â¬ that schools for tho deaf aro in no drawing them on the magic charm pital of which he became manager more sonse charitable institutions than Dancer cf Life feMolHcrecChtldT but throughout supplying the Is Cornell University for Instance and that he carries with him A sudden poorer sufferers tho city with money and pro- Â¬ that donations and bequests aro as light flashed upon Stanley it was his visions Two hundred children mado much proper and necessary for tho ono note book that had offended them If 37 tho white chiof means fairly by us let orphans by the ravages of the fever as for the other To Inculcato this In him throw his magic work into yonder wero a groat measure thrown upon principle nnd by socuring its obsorv- On tho dissolution of tho l anco to bring to tho doaf muto student fire and then he shall bo our brother his care Bank of the United States he Instituted tho inestimablo boon of onlnrgod edu- Â¬ and 6hall eat with us but If not our what Is known now as the Girard Bank cational facilities is tho prosont load- Â¬ spears shall reach his heart During the war of 1812 he rendered ing object of that admirablo organizaFor one moment the bold traveler valuable servlco to the Government by tion the Empire State Association of stood aghast To destroy his valua Â¬ placing at its disposal the resources of Fort Lewis Sollnoy in ble notes gathered after so much toil his bank at a time of difficulty and cm- - Deaf Mutes Chicago tutor Ocean and suffering would bo to fling away barrassment subscribing to a largo tho whole fruit of his woary and poril loan which tho Government had vainly THE MALAYS SOLACE ous journey Yet to refuse might sought to obtain He was married In cost his life and the lives of all his 1777 to Miss Mary now He Itonnrls off Ills Dinner trite Lum at St Pauls Chewlnc the Uctel NuU men for the savages wore evidently Episcopal Church In Philadelphia Ho Tho hotel of which tho Malays aro In earnest and all the thickets around died Dccembor 20 1831 aged eighty said to be very fond is a whito nut him wore already swarming with fierco ono years Ho was burled in tho which looks almost liko Ivory Evory faces and lovcled weapons ground of tho Roman Catholic Church Malay family has a box divided into All at onco a bright idea came to corner of Sixth and Sprilco stroots De little compartments and with a him In his pouoh lay a small pocket comber 30 1831 and 30th of Sep- Â¬ Shakespeare the companion of all his tember 1851 his bodythe removed to drawer containing a pair of shears was In ono of tho compartments of the box wanderings which was sufficiently the college and placed In marblo Is some betel nut cut fino with tho like the objoctlonablo note book to sarcophagus prepared for the 91 MILES SHQBTEST it shears in anothor several sirih loaves have deceived a keener observer than Â¬ After a busy an African savage Quick as thought voted mainly to life which had been de in the next slaked lime made from tho amelioration of tho coral shells aud In the last some very he drew it forth and hold It up so that sorrows of the distressed and having fino tobacco At midday which is the every one could see It BKTWEKX givon to his surviving relatives nearly dinner hour the family assembles ami Is this the book that my brothers 100000 to hospitals insane asylums T tquats in a circlo on mats which do wish me to burnF he asked loud and charitable institutions upward of duty for chairs In ti the center Is a enough to be heard by all present 12000 to the city of Philadelphia It is it is roared a hundred 500000 to bo expended in sanitary bowl of rice and another of curry voices at once while half a dozen purposes and improvements to tho Each ono takes a handful of rice in TIME 27 HOURS bony black hands were outstrotchod State of Pennsylvania 300000 for her turn dlp3 it in tho curry and convoys ENTIRE TIC A INS from tho front rank of the crowd as if canals he left the remainder of his it to his mouth without spilling a ISAtiGAHE CARS crumb To do this gracefully Is tho to clutch the formidable witch book DAY COACHES property worth about 6000000 for height of Malay table etiquotto And If I burn it said Stanley tho erection and endowment of tho AND SLEEPERS After all have finished tho betel box will you be friends with mo and givo noble college for orphans which bears makes lis appearance- and Is handed Run Through Without Change food to my men his name Chicago Tribune round Each person takes ono of tho Vre will chorused the black slrlh leaves which are five Inches long LESSONS IN THRIFT spoarmen 110 MILES THE SHORTEST Behold then cried the great lead- Â¬ Soma of the Weak Points of the School and arrow shaped and lays It out flat on tho palm of tho left hand Then Savlnga Bank System er and with one jerk of his hand ho 7 HOUKS TIIK QUICKEST When attempts are mado to give ho takes a llttlo betol nut puts some of flung tho Sharkespeare into the fire be- Â¬ HP7WKBN what may be called practical lessons tho lime upon It adds a small quantity side him In moment Cincinnati Jacksonville lcriaa shriveled awaya and was it flamed up In thrift to school children there Is of tobacco and rolls the wholo up gone together Then he places It in his TIME 2S HOUIW Then broke forth a yoll of delight Eome danger that moral harm may bo Tim Only Line Itumiing Tlirnugh from the superstitious savages as they done to them not so much because of mouth holding it by his front teeth never chewing It by his side teeth as Sleeniitg Cars Cincinnati to Jack- Â¬ saw the dreaded magic vanish into the lessons themselves as becauso of Americans sonville Without Clmnge do tobacco Thon you may tho means employed to stimulate the 6moko A score of big baro llmbed want to hlro him or to transact some warriors all smoared with paint nnd Interest of tho pupils School savings business with htm over so badly but groaso rushed forward to overwholm banks havo been established In many I European schools and Long Island he wont stir Ho will simply say tholr whlto brother with sticky em- Â¬ havo no tlmo for i master I am FH0MJUNCTI0X CITY TO braces while others brought forward City having adopted tho system has chowlng tho slrlh Loaion Tablot armfuls of fruit fish and potato like bad It In operation for tho last threo CHATTANOOGA or four years Tho purpose Is a vey cassava bread Stanleys hungry mon BIRMINGHAM RAILWAYS OF SWEDEN ato their fill and all went as merrily good one that of teaching tho pupQa MERIDIAN as a picnic The precious notes woro to bo economical and thrifty and maJAOKSOiN terial results of value are sometimes Titer Are Very Economically Manaced and saved St Nicholas the Speed Is low reached where the small earnings of YIOKSBOKG Sweden has 6000 nlles of railway pupils grown to a respectable sum MOBILE TRAINING PEACH TREES enable them to start in business after grouped In threo categories of 2000 Close Connection Made at New Or- Â¬ Extract from an Address Head Before tho leaving school or are usefully emÂ¬ miles each On tho first a speed ot leans with SotHliern Pacific ployed to aid their further education thirty miles an hour is allowed tho Illinois Horticultural Society and Texas Pacific for Before entering on tho subject of or to help their parents or for C03t of the lino being 8000 a mllo say something about other good purposes From this tho rails weighing 64 pounds a yard Texas Mexico California pruning I wish totho poach On tho second the speed Is confined to the training of tree a sub- Â¬ point of view tho school-savin12 Hour Quicker limn any other Line ject of vory great Importance bank appears to be entirely twenty miles an hour tho construction and ono almost entirely overlooked Whothor commendablo yet ono has only to road of tho lino being lighter so that its Direct fontiectioti Mtitleni Klireveport the head should be high or low every the description of its workings writ- - cost has only been 4000 a mllo while Willi I town urnl Pacific Ity ono must determine for himself I pre Â¬ ten by an indiscriminate and thought- - j Iho road Is laid with fifty pound rails wftlioHt Trutuster fur fer a moderately high head and liko less supporter of tho now system to Tho third description of railway is ex- Â¬ Kcthern Tcza Me zico California to start tho first limbs at a height of 6eo that it may bo very harmful in ceedingly light although of standard and trfe Wet about four and a half to five feet from thor ways Short sighted advocates gauge trains aro run on It at twclvo atora describe with some enj miles an hour tho rails being of thir-ty-flthe ground I want tho head high of pounds weight and the total For Rates Mnp c address enough to be ablo to run a curculio thusl tM shame of tho boy or glri FRANK W WOO LEY catcher I want not over four limbs who has nothing to deposit or oly a cost only 2000 a mile Trav Pai Act Lexington Ky to Although Sweden is threo times as start from tho mala stem and they few cents tho prldo of those or 0 S BARRET large as England whilo its population Trav Pass Ag Chattanooga Tenn should be started at different heights in fltty cents or a dollar and tho en and trained so as to branch off from aroused in tho breasts of those leas ia not larger than that of London yet tho stem nearly square The reason fortunate when they see one of their so economically aro tho railways C G nir D U Edwards Ghii Pass Agt for this is that tho peach wood does number making largo deposits Geul M gr It i worked that thoy realize threo per Cincinnati O not unite in a fork llko other trees assumed that thesa foellnga having cent on tho outlay upon them The breaking down when loaded with been excited tho savings bank will b designers of them havo gone on tho princlplo that tho cost ot a lino is made a great success each pupil put fruit To got the limbs to branch off at an ting away week after week as much dependent on tho speed to bo run upon it and that with moderate speed a very obtuse angle it is n icessary to train money as he cad bog earn and save them when quite young This I do by But thd success of tho savings bank light lino is perfectly safe Proof of pruning when possible by bending tho attained by theso moans is at tho ex tho opposite fact namely that heavy limb down and putting a stick weed or penseof tho moral character of tho fast traffic can not be run with safety corn stalk between the limb aud stem pupils Tho main purpose that ol over light rails Is found In tho much above so as to hold tho limb in the moral training Is missed if tho sav Â¬ smaller number of accidents in En Â¬ desired position for a month or mora ings bank is made successful by such gland than on tho continent EngL during the growing season or by tlo-- means No system to be administered ncerlng a m ing tho limb down to the body with a by all classes and kinds of teaohers Wo Was Too Honest somo with clear vlows of tho moral pur string tied to the limb from ono to sov- ScYen Siitenilid Companies I try to be a man of my word ho oral feot from tho stonvnccordlmrto poses of tho lessons some with tho Idea said as he entered a Cadlllao eating circumstances and to a four penny nail that tho saving of money is tho ono ob North America Philadelphia driven Into 3ct to bo attained and others indif- Â¬ housa yesterday but I cant always tree noar tho base -Springfield Massachusetts Tho reason the starting tho limbs at ferent as to tho results of the lessor do as I promlso for New York different heights is that If started to- Â¬ upon character can rightly be expect 1 Gernumlit What did you want asked tho Comtecliattt Hartford gether thoy form acute angles between ed to meet with general sfiocess It proprietor You gavo mo a square meal on - Kew York and not uniting cause a dead and may succeed In gathering a large agÂ¬ Niagara - --- Cinoinnnti weak spot In the tree Tho mala gregate of 6mall sums and appear to tick two months ago The bill was Amazon forty five I Pennsylvania - - Philadelphia limbs are allowed to branch some at a the unthinking to bo doing a great six weeks cents ampromised to pay In but I a llttlo lato distance from tho stem but never so deal of good but if it has done this at I dont remember tho circum- Â¬ much as to cause tho small twigs in thoexpenso of character tho money HOCK BOTTOM RATES the center of the tree to be killed out gained is not an equivalent for the stance Perhaps not as you are a big harm done Until assurance can be E H RIehL Office at Farmers Ualionai Bank by the shade given thatf tho teachers of schools aro hearted man but I do and heros your money qualified to givo lessons In morajty Gall andBee us Tjafore placing A Deep Dark Problem Tho proprietor putlod in a 6 CanaÂ¬ they should not bo called upon to ad Â¬ yonr insurance Sho It must be awfully nice Jack minister a system that may havo a dian bill and flung out the change HUME BJJENAM to bea groat editor and to bo ablo to most baneful influence upon character rather disgusted with the mans hon- Â¬ Tea Milling property and sway mens minds with the stroke of a under tho pretense of doveloplng good esty disgust minutes later howeverÂ¬ NB had changed to admirapen habits in the pupila These are prop Â¬ tha country stores a specialty Ho But you dont know tho dls erly subjects for homo lessons for tion In making cllange ho took a 82 3L courasoments of the profession Ive spiritual advisers and for such teach Â¬ closer look at the bill and on tho 1 been trying to sway ers as havo shown an Intelligent un back ho found the stamp Suspended the business-maDetroit Free Prose agers mind on a finaacIaL point for deratasdlne of tho small influences that 1884 ii 1 eome weeks f develop and build up character Bal but without success A fiorist in Lancaster Pa has Im Â¬ She I dare say it ia some deep timore Sun proved tho common daRdallon fill ita bioauisas ars twenty Inches in diaiae TWO NICE COTTAQEa of four dark problem that he falls to grasp He Yes 3 waat a tte qt fwo 4 --- -Apply to Death In high Boeial pisses has to roeruseaoH 3 C SPOWELL lJUTl Weefc rTjip JS POgfe borate of plats 3 j STANLEYS NOTE BOOK The Oreat JIijilorrra Kxprtee with STEPHEN GIRARD AMEflfdAfl -- BtAP-MUf E PITH ANtS POINT FULL 6P aaaaaaaa FUN Ho is young enough who hat About a year ago the Dakota fann Â¬ health and he Is rich enough who has ers began to import cats to destroy tho no debts mice In tho wheat fields Now thoy Blessings aro usually collbates havo got all tho cats they want and Troubles- - marry and replenish tho are howling for boot jacks Burlington Free Press earth Burlington Froo Press Easily Cured Western Doctor Women must havo their wills Husband Hows your wife to day whllo they llvq becauso thoy mako W Shos convalescent I think tlona whon thoy dla Douglas Jcrrold WclL by grab I can Sho Is Men are rpsporislblo for sin but D not for infirmity Infirmities aro tho knock that out In short order mistakes which men make on their Drakes Magazine t In verse he u sed to tell his lore way to knowledge Bcecher -And wrolo he many sonnets i --Thdrd aro no persons more solicit But now Instead be writes her checks To pay for new spring bonnets Oils about tho prosorvattdrl of rank Merchant Travolor than thoso who havo no rank at all Shenstono Only by labor can thought bo madn healthy and only by thought can la- Â¬ bor bo mado happy and tho two can Hot bo Separated with impunity Dont bo afraid of wild boys and girl they dftdri grow Up to bo tho vory best men and Women Wildness Is not Ilerbort Spencer vlclousncss Right actions for tho future aro tho best explanations or apologies for WrOng onos in thd past tho best evi- Â¬ dence of regret for thorn thai wd Carl offer or tho world receive Edwards Ho who gives another an oppor- Â¬ tunity to do good by soliciting from him some act of goodness has really done a favor to tho latter which tho latter may turn to bis own benofit by doing tho good nct N Y Indopond Mr Van Stlno Your friend who THE 10 COMMANDIENTS 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 Absolutely Pure j j j LWi2 MS 00 I UUP v WUmB oas S 17wjavvp Tzizzz WCQ hl Port-au-Prin- co has just left us scorns quite a pessimist 10 Oh no Miss Jones Miss Jones Is an oculist and thoy do Mr Wabash Follow the TEN COMMANDMENTS they will ultimately leal say ono of tho finest In tho city Harpers Bazar to success and and make us happy- Old Mrs WIntorgrcen What hlzncss is the young man In thet youro Miss Wintergreen just engaged to Ha is a phar Â¬ from boarding school Mrs Wintergreen Is thet macist Why I heard ho kep a drug Â¬ DEALKUS IN bo now America store -- A negro who was giving ovldenco ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE in a Georgia court was reminded by WOODENWARE HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS tho Judgo that ho must tell the wholo said tha Well yer see boss truth Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Tools and Material dusky witness Tso skoercd to tell tho ALL KINDS ot METAL ROOFING and GUTTERING wholo truth for fear I might tell a lie Is your father a speculator FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS PLOWS queried the first boy as tho two backed ont HAY RAKES WHEELBARROWS guess ho Is I Mental ability and acquirement up against tho gate Dont you know FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC Ei physical strength personal capability was tho answer Well wo havo got out of paying rent pecuniary possession whatever It Is wo do well to keep something In hand for tho last six months and I guess LOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET AND YOU WILL FIND US aiher Detroit something not squatidorou abroad Frdrj Is a sort of speculator Press and strewn on tho surface Onco a Fathor YoU girls should fix your Week on something higher thnn dros The man who Is busy working minds tho Girls One of That Is what wa Richmond Ky July 10 18S9 4 docSnt have tlmo to read up on tho have px Wo have got our minds fixed subject of capital and labor and the on couple of lovely high bats down at a man who puts in his time reading on Mrs Feathers millinery rooms that subject doesnt havo tlmo to work Thats why no ono reaches a complete London TId Blts No I have nothing for you tlw comprehension of tho difficulty Met1 You woro housewife said to a tramp chant Traveler hero last summer and I wanted you to If a fool knows a secret ho tells it An didnt I beat carpet becauso ho is a fool if a knave knows boat You know very well you one ho tells it whenover it is his hlr It mum It seoms to mo I heat some-Â¬ torost to tell it But women and young didnt Yes you did You beat mo thing mon nre very apt to toll what secrets Philadelphia In thoy know from tho vanity of having out of a dinner qulrcr boen trusted Trust nono of theso Mr Spoutor said tho spokes Â¬ whonover you can help It Chestcr wo have called man of tho commltlco fiold AT McKEES OLD STAND Womon famed for their valor tholr to ask you as tho silver tongued ora- Â¬ skill In politics or tholr learning Icavo tor of Biggsvllle to mako a presentatho duties of their own sex in order to tion speech for us to morrow evening Richmond Ky Invado tho prlvllogos of ours I can It will bo Gngstartors tonth wedding Cor Main and no more pardon n fair ono for endeav- Â¬ anniversary nnd we are going to givo Gentlomon oring to wield the club of Hercules him a llttlo surprise than 1 could him for endeavoring to replied Mr Spoutcr with somo so can you expect a silver terlty twirl her distaff Goldsmith tongued orator to speak at a tin wed- Â¬ Some people speakas if hypocrites ding Chicago Tribune woro confined to religion but thoy aro A gcntloman who had ldstbhiilosd everywhere people pretending to TIIE LATEST SWUNG STYLES AND BEST My dear was invited out to tea wealth when they havo not a sixpence assuming knowledge of which they are said tho kind hearted lady ot tho GRADES OF CUSTOM MADE Ignorant shamming a culture thoy aro houso to her llttlo daughter I wantÂ¬ mako far removed from adopting opinions you to bo vory careful to nose no re-Â¬ Gaththey do not hold Rev Albert Good- Â¬ mark about Mr Jenkins ered around tho table every thing was rich A teacher in ono of tho city schools going well Tho child peeped about looked rather puzzled for a long tlmo ft faw days ngo was trying to instill patriotism Into tho minds of a class of and at last startled the table with Â¬ Ma why did you toll mo to say nothsmall girls Among other questions ing about Mr Jenkins1 noso Ho Who was tho fathor of asked was got anji Golden days his country was a short hasat There pause and a llttlo hand went up AT THE POST OFFICE Well who was ho Jonnlo Ploaso Experience ot a 3Ian Vfho Cant Unite miss I think God Indianapolis j Think Carefully nnd buy from us Decide Wisely The Beat is lliaObwipest Act Immediately When Bargains are OiTered Work Diligently Until You Eoaoh OurPIauo 216 WM ur DeaLHonestly Is Our Motto Investigate Thoroughly If You Do Not Know Us Buy Frequently If You Would IJons Ua Sell Reasonably Has Ever Been Our Aim PAlr PROMPTLY Is Our Earnest Rawest SHACKELFORDGENTRY I j SHAOICELfOEDGEHTHY THE CORNER CLGTHJES First Streets 1 News HE 8 Hours the Quickest It has always boon tho practice of mankind to judgo of actions by tho event The same events conducted in the snmo manner but terminated by different succoss produce different judgments they who attain their wishes nevor want colobratora of their wisdom and thuir virtue and thoy that miscarry aro quickly discovered to have boen dofectivo not only In mental but in moral qualities N Y Lodger AN ADAPTIVE STEED A Typographical IllacksmUV and lla Consrqaenees Blunder I Inserted tho following advertiseÂ¬ ment in our village paper tho other day A WANTED etc small house for the season and havo had a great deal of soul twlstlng sport out of it Tho compos- Â¬ itor who works in a bait factory five days in the week performed a notable feat In re creation by making a horse out of a houso and 1vo been holding a Tattorsalls reception over since Bofore tho paper was printed tho top of a torn livery stable bill head was handed in to mo ono evening and following this Informal card came tho proprietor himself JJre I could ox plain that it was a chalet and not a palfrey that I wanted he had preached this enticing sermon Ono r th Mirrors proof sheets blowed out th1 winder an I seen into it that you wanted a small boss Tvo got one thats smaller than Uncle Tobe Benham an hes small nough t feed Small seed catlogiics to a shoat Why I let her out t other day in a village cart to old Miss Welkin she an dldnt know moron t 60t right plum over th axle When that fat Tarrler ol horn jumped in bohind what does th hull outfit do but turn a back han spring an th hoss she came down flat on hor saddle Jest th opposite of where sho was an Miss Welkin shut up liko a dcor knlfo tween th seat an th gutter I ventured to hint that I had no idea of buying a horso but tho dealer evi- Â¬ dently thought this a mere subterfuge to knock him down on price and ho kept right on You neednt bo fraid that shes too small though ho said Shes th knowlnest thing you over soe Ive got three sets of harness for her each on em ono slzo bigger than t other When I let her out to Mr Frccson tho parson she knows hos klndor dlgnfied an sho draws her- Â¬ self up an Stans on tip toes an swells out sos I havo t put on num- Â¬ ber one Then whon thoys a funeral an things is kinder avrago all round shos what yer call nominal an num- Â¬ ber two goes but when SileDyer hires her t let his rickety boy go up t Kon slco for elder youd orter ee her She sortr shrinks all up an draws her legs In an coughs jest as natral as stand Undo Sams Wars A mlddlo - aged long whtskcrcd wlld oyed individual came rushing Into thd post office the other day liko a man running for tho bridge when a steam tug is coming Thora Was flro In his eyo and a bit of fire water on his breath as ho camo panting up tho steps Ho turned neither to tho right or the lelt but mado a straight dlvo for tho money ordor department I got a money ordor hero the other day he oxclaimod excitedly as tho clerk camo to the window Yos asked tho clerk in thd mildest kind of a mannor A money order for seven dollars and twonty cents for a man In Lans slng Michigan Yes 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 4 I3IO STOCK OF-S CUFFS IIDE t Suspenders Handkerchiefs Gloves Necl lifis Umbrellas Walking Canes TRUNKS YALISES and everything else in his line Twas to pay for a sotting of whit Bramah eggs and It was throe week ago I paid for that order mechanically repeated tho Yes clerk busily engaged in filling out somo postal notes for people at tho otbor window And that was threo weoks ago como Monday And heres a letter from tho mn saying he never got tho money Yes And he says If I dont pay for theso eggs thoy are still his Well send them back chucked Yes RODES DALE THE RODESDALE ADDITION IS NOW 0 THE MARKET NONE WILL BE BOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE ELSE NEED APPLY LOTS THE SH OUT LINE it I cant send tho eggs back theyre chickens now Besides I paid for them once Now I want to know why ho didnt get that money Dont know Tm sure If you sent It to him ho must havo received Howm I to telL He says ho didnt When did you buy tho monoy or JA three weeks ago comla Monday or meby it was four weeks Monday any how it was a Monday Perhaps yon didnt buy tho order at all You dont seem to bo sure of You cant got out of it that way he cried frantically Cause Tvo got a receipt for it Then he thrust his monoy order into the clerks face as though to astound him with evidonco of his guilt Then the clerk had to tako five minutes to explain to him that he should send his receipt and tho man would got bis money Queer way of doing things I must say ho muttered as he went out Howm I to provo I ever bought a postal note of em at alL Noxt time I go in there asking about that money theyll try to mako me believe Pvo beon dreaming Pocks Sun Delicately Tinted Gloves the clerk Twenty Six Lots 50x250 Feet Will be sold on following terms Twenty Five Dollars cash balance In Installments of 150 on Saturday of each week to be paid to Dr W G WhlteSeere tary of 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 ditto of sale thereafter 6 per cent will be charged on the pur chase money remaining uupaltl By this method parties can buy and pay for a good lot at a small price ou easy terms without iuterestand free ot city tax Any young man in Richmond can buy one or more of these lots and pay for Li without feellug the burden In the very near future this property will be worth much more than it is now selling at The city Is rapidly extending in that direction and will ultimately absorb Rodesdale For further information call on W G White E W Wiggins or Stephen D Pakkish Richmond Ky 48- Â¬ der It j Â¬ -- vo M inl J INSURANCE TORNADO FIRE LIGHTNING and -- -- FOB RENT - Uf cnsumption Jest think how handy shed ba for you round th place She 11 eat any thin Brigand tli butcher tells me that you always run a bit short toward th last of tho week Thats th tlmo shell haul in an bo contented with ptator skins an old curl papers Thon when things gits better an5 you have a fair dinner sho 11 put on her uex slzo an dapt herself t what lobster salad an fixins you havo loft over an Mondays after th Sunday dinner she 11 expand an you wont havo havo no refuse carts a comin Inter th1 yard Shos sound an kind Mister Gotman an afraid of nothln Here was a loop hole of tjscape and I crawled through If I bought a horse I whispered I should liko ono just like yours but that last clause rather decides mo not to mako a trade As my wife and chil- Â¬ dren would probably drive it more than 1 should here I edged him toward the door I should havo to insist on aa animal that Ss notaf raid of any thing Thats what I mean ho wailed hut I pushed him out on ihe froet f The gloves this season both in dressed and undressed kid show more delicate aud lovely tints than havo over yet been displayedThe street shades match every conceivable color of costume evon to the many dyes In greon For evening wear thoro is a delicious oxhibltlon of artistic and beautiful things Prlmroso yellow Parma violet anemone pink tea roso pale mushroom daffodil yellow golden tan and pearl gray aro the choicest and most popular of these which are also Imported In sllkv gloves of tha most exquisitely fino and firm quail lies Tho shades in Suede kid are many of them prettier than tho dressed Frenoh gloves showing attractlvo tones in dove tan olive moss sage fieollo fawn golden brown and mouso wlor N Y Post - t- We have the only SINGLE APRON BINDER on the market It is manufactured by Walter A Wood 30 29 BREiSK 109 PHEILtPS IRV1NS STREET Carpenters Work I am prepared to do all kinds of arpeuiprii wtirk in first cbtss styla fstlmaTes furnished on short Alst H TYLER RAX lEU notice 3- HARHI50H D MILLEB Next Door to PcstOKce Furniture Repairing AND - PWh ft looked djtfa Futifc During the peanut harvest In the South every body from pigs to people gets fat Thoy are not known there as peanuts but as goober poos and a raid into a goober patch has about it all tho delight of a watermelon raid It la related that a Southern geutleman catching two small black children among his goober vines called them by way of punishment Goober Danand Goober John The boys however living to bo proud of It adopted it aa mairiamily surname and to this day -- W4dMt8 re kaAwa g the UPHOLSTERING Done Promptir Please KeacL The Kinzpr Manufacturing Company ImlltlliiR a machine with Hand Attachment and Portable specially adapted fir Invalid travelers e to cot SS o ali Any one wbliinj a ninchiiic ol till type will lease leave uttler at the ofBe 13 First utreet U FJNE STYLE CARPETS LMP Give mm a Car n 100000 Founds fOOLllITEE CavlBRtpH kept in Steele P 8 It i sold nly Ly order J F Stonr taiy IWeOQ JF iwjfc Those the highest ma price Have wxtf totKw4it flud It to iU interest to MIL ti V ArrKrW Bro oT Woo nJ 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