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the minds of And Hushed are Rounds tlfat waEGthiniayrt those wiUrwhom be comes in contact A solemn tllllness broods oer earth He numbers among his followers peo Â¬ The zephyro wake In fitfnllecp ple of learning aud culture aud his AnU leave tlidrsilusetJanaoWjIrjli kingdom as he calN It is growing be Â¬ In dreams to klM the glad blue deep yond all conception UereaTfy -- AVixiiblm NIGUT Â¬ - 8 Tns CXixax nt Aus- Â¬ MJgga I bear a poMoernan was Mis A A MeKinney died in Lin- Â¬ tralia killed yootonlay la fee discharge ol Ida Tho feeling among humane people coln county J l MOND JvENTOCKY Biggs dtity He probably H4at against tho proposed destruction of tho The extensive dealers in An English symlieafe baa made a kaew it was leaded Pack vjih C FJtA K Iteratm ea Fln t rabbits in Australia by tho adoption of liberal bid for twenty six Amerleau S- Mr SeltMgk apacoaebiae M Pasteurs system for exterminating poiat theaters The seattaeata I hold twan them by turning among them rabbits siLLlVAii lr you ay dear Mby Keaae aro se tea SM08S U6B IS Mr Cnrllele was given a receeeplioa inoculated with tho virus of chicken J TTORNEY AVCLA IK dec ea aot express tbesaf cholera was general and strongly ex Â¬ at the American Legation Ih tbe City Miss that I Kentucky Keeae archly Thea yest nd will bo gratifying to them pressed It of Mexico Thursday might send them by Mail Beees a then to learn that the commission in - in Iirvt Street wmWas fentforlj oc A combination of capitalists propose Herald K-Now South Wales appointed to ex Â¬ Tl miuty Jha ilHfen Preseat wear part wore Teat amine into the succoss of the experi- Â¬ to light Chicago with natural gas pip Â¬ ray S lOUELL deiae that said the teaeher ing it from Indiana ment have issued a preliminary report at No 104 AVest Main Street When maraaia gets a new dress Its IV A TTORNBY-AT-Lto tho effect that although the chicken Riclvjnond Kv Aldcns Manifold Cyclopedia Miss Daisy Hampton daughter of to wear aad when papa gate the hUf have received Â¬ NOT- ONLY CHRIST cholera is fatal to the rabbits inoc- Gen Wade Hampton has entered a its war answered the bright bey BUT GOD KaifrucKYT their n minp Volume XIV takes this important ulated the disease floes not readily New York hospital to become a nurse Epoeh woxk from Exclude to Floyd spread from animal to animal As tho Schwoinfurth Extends His Claims and 3- r n S i oikI Street A strange metamocphoatD baa Â¬ make up It resembles the precedCo a heavy New Lewis Bros whole point of the experiment was that Will Work Miracles taken place in the tree thai WasMagtea ing numbers of the series We also the disease should spread this report York dry goods bouse with brandies oat with his Mule hatchet remarked DENTAL SURERY notice tlie garao skill in the selection would seem to be a virtual condemna- Â¬ Iu Philadelphia and other cities failed tbe snake editor How fa that aoked and treatment oftqpic aud tbe same and it is much larger than they The St Paul Daily Globe says A WILKES SMITU tion of tho scheme Sympathizing as Friday for about 4000000 DU the horse editor It was a eherry My name is I am that I nmV was careful editing which has characterized IiRve over before handled But every one must do with the colonists WeHj Yee VESTAL SURGEON An English syndicate has purchased tree you remember the reply of Scbwelufurtb Rock tbe work from tbe beginning In fact in the terrible losses they have sus- Â¬ now it is regarded as a ehoataut 3n - - - KENTweicr4 OiAir prTfieS are no larger than be- ford Imposter to a newspaper the five or six breweries iu Patterson N J reporter as it progresses its great merit becomes tained from hordes of rabbits that fore They have t Pittsburgh Chroaiele mllli BatMttte Malt Street OMce who recently asked his correct title still more conspicuous The combina- literally eat irp their land one can for 23S0000 tbe owners to retain ene M j x Gasley Thats aet a bad sort af oJWMlate third interest in tbe property A member tnftliBGburcb Triumphs U0JllJBLll yJilojary anda cyclopedia hardly regret that this special mode of r iTaciiw wmHca umeMHstry--Grade arid a picture Brows Madder has ia the ex Â¬ getting rid of the pests should have aufat St CharleR hi tbe southern is an excellent Idea aud is being well Andrew C Drunim the manager of hibition this seasoB Critic dj MORGAN D B S A failed It is necessary to put them the cattle commission business of A gustediy part of tbetate Venasketl aLtiuU carriedout The judicious use of illus OF Doat say a word abaat down if possible and no word could Drunim RICHMOND KENTUCKY this new religion bhIiI Christ lives tralldns is n helpfuPfeature and the Co at Kansas City is miss Â¬ it His technique 1 wretched-Gas bo said against this being done by He bus come econd time treatment of subjects is clear direct la thai so I got ing and so is 15000 of the firms ley doubtfully may be called tho legitimate what crr v MalH Stp9tvjWatmvttfHI I Sohweinfnrth ob to the eow9 but I didnt ootteo the Histl andprcUcai Thus while it moans of gun and snare but to spread mouey thst the public could wish Their pure one the perfect due Heliasi i great value lb professional met is of technique Lowell Citizen It Is gible than either cholora among so vast a number of David Pence a well kuown farmer line of GENTLEMENS guile He It Got heroine man Mr Joaes came borne the ether W CREED D DiS It is also a thoroughly servleable and Southerners say liko for as if whoso only fault is their ex Â¬ of Fayette couuty bad his hand out oil animals a remarkable fact bat the Schwein helpful work for the inaes of the as Sho looked liko she wanted to go ceeding fecundity is contrary to huÂ¬ in a threshing machine by getting it sight feeling- somewhat discouraged KIRKSVILLB KENTUCKY OUT furtb community is rapidly growing people Among tbe subjects treated Thoy laugh at it in the North and in man ideas The death may not be a tangled up iu the machinery He was bitting down by tee register he his head diseoaeolately oa his and the lingular part of it is he is gain Â¬ iu this volume are Excommunicate 3 tho same breath say as for that more painful one than that of poison- Â¬ seventy years of age I c nt KinneU rontdoneo and sighed BVeothln4 I believe Ill throw p ing converts iimoug the educated or pages Exodus two pages Extreme I dont know as I ever heard it hero ing but it is the first time so far as 41 nniMm 1M Hit PWOMIWO be said dejectedly thonlox Christians Among bis recent Uuctiou l page- A suit for 15000 damages has been the spoege and then tho Southerner laughs and we know that man has called In dis Â¬ 20 pageaf Fac- Â¬ Good gracioas Jeptha fa thai what filed agalust Mr aud Mrs Juo R converts are Rev Dr Tuttle and wife tory two pages Factory Acts 5 pages both aro happy So ingrained aro both ease as an ally and few people will bo PHYSICIANS said Sara expressions howover that the delin- Â¬ sorry to hoar that the schema Is a Hendersou and Hunley Singleton ac- became of tbe spoage formerly of tbe Congregational church Faith and Faith Cure each over 1 Joaes M POYNTZ I kvated high aad low for it 1 IJ quents aro seldom conscious of tho de-Â¬ failure London StandjcdL Dr Tuttle is a graduate of Yale and of page Fallacy over 3 pages Falling cusing them of conspiriDg to kill J esse When is especially full The same in did you swallow it linquency Smallwood Lancaster News PIIYSICIA HAND SURGEON Congress and Buttons Also Goat Audover theological seminary but is Bodies 3 pages Faraday 2 pages The Oklahoma Boomers Tse gota to leave you aex weak 5A large proportion of ungrammatical now the pastor of tbe Sohweinfurth Fashion over 9 pages Fast 8 pages RT JIMOND KENTCKY and Kangaroo Both A boom broke in tbe Big Sandy mistah Crimple I cant rua aa ehwa they leae expressions aro common to the uned- Â¬ For a good many years the appalls church in Chicago A Baptist minister Federal Government over 1 page Fer- Â¬ properly rested Why Ton thats aot river at Catlettsburg and 10000 logs tohr bo mo childhood they no leisure In ucated wherever they are found but tion Oklahoma boomer has bees I in Pennsylvania is also numbered tilizers 1 page Festivals 6 pages nu Second Strata next te VMtA Drttg Too bard to ak obi r tho bad times they suffer actual starva-Â¬ there aro some which aro so peculiar peciilly in the East a term of oppro Â¬ floated out and down the Ohio It will hard work French aid American Calf among the recent converts and a Con Feudal System over 4 pages Fir 5 De aa tottt to certain sections that their use settles brium Tho cattle men by posing as cost 5000 to collect them together raaa Mistah Crimple gregational clergyman in Maine lias pages Firearms 6 pages Fishery 7 tion rollored hy tho charity of their Je W EVANS MD neighbors Out of tho half millions at onco tho question of whether tho tho friends of the Indians managed to ngaln The lot had Just been fcoW for me de odder day dat elevatohr aloaa weighed toosaad pounds aad dafs The new and popular Ooze Calf written to Sohweinfurth in the last few Fishery Treatise 2 pages Fishes 8 of the Tower hamlets nearly 90000 are porson using them is from the North mako people beliove that the boomers 70000 PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON days confessing him as tbe Christ pages Flax about six pages Flint too poor to top much fo an oie man like me to bo Tho oxprosslon I were robbers trying to steal Indian livo Twenty shillings a or the South KkKTUCKY with Tanfox RlvlIMOND Mrs Malinda Dickey mother of liftin all day Muaseya Weekly Less than six years ago George J Implements over 2 pages Florence week is an avorago wago A fourth seen for I saw is a very common lands While the cheek may well Texas Maa to his brother DM Sahweiiifurththen a travelling Meth 5 pages Floriculture 2 pages Flor Â¬ Of this is spont in rent At least 16s mistake in tho South and rare in tho glow with indignation at tho thought Rev J J Dickey celebrated her 80th Office Seoend Street Moorefield on the 13th and you visit aay of the fashioaable people odist circuit rider In Michigan re- Â¬ ida 6 jiages Flowers over 4 pages 4d as Mrs Barnott shows ought at North while I se him yesterday of tho railroad men and town slto birthday at His nounced Methodism j ttnd jidued the Covering the various fields of agricul- Â¬ tho lowest flguro to bo spent on food for I saw him yesterday so com- Â¬ schemers who for private gain lc4 six of her seven children were present while you were ia New York J TAYLOR THEY HAVE ALL THAT Yes I eailed oa ow 3s mon even among educated people at those boomers into all sorts of hard- Â¬ lhere has only been one death iu her Brother Reekmanites When Mother Beek ture manufacture commerce science But if all that Is spont there is only Practitioner in Mcdieine and Surgery Uvea the YaaderelaaM oa Firth family in 58 year man died he proclaimed her as the tho South Afford modern Mary who had given spiritual art invention history religion law 8d for the ront instead of 5s and thoro tho North Is never heard infor writers ships yet for tho men who from eight nu e and Ive had the rheuaaetfcm evee Kentucky The Ric hmOnd This makes it difficult nothing for is nothing positively ten years ago selected claims on to biography aud politics the work is The last weekly cireular of Henry since Treated yoa coolly did they birth to him the modpru Mtbsiah mid truly mantfold in character as well as coals clothes boots club money who have novsr lived in a certain sec-Â¬ public lands to which they honestly Clews 1 HJQ00 Co estimates that Offloe Seeeod Htreat vr Jtykes Ofeeery lh qiiuh Medium Common then fret himself up as the bead of The schooling illnesses That is tho nor- Â¬ tion to imitate successfully tho dialect believed themselves entitled and who Americans nre traveling iu Europe I should say so I felt precisely like 8to name It costs only 60 cents a volume I did when I was a deck aad was shot Â¬ Sense heels in Oxford Ties Low Church Triumphant He established iu excellent cloth binding and 75 ceuis mal condition hut loss of cmploymbnt of that peoplo They aro apt to bo be-Â¬ have over since remained in camp on and that upon tbe average they will up ia a refrigerator by ace Meat aad JOUX M FOSTER 111 Buttons Newport Ties and Brazon tbe sect of the New Jerusalem at Rock for is always a factor with tho unskilled trayed into tho mistake of putting in- tho borders of tho land waiting for spend 1000 which will make a graud Texas half morocco seut post paid John laborer who has often to fight a dally to the mouths of a certain class in an Â¬ tho day sure to come when they should had to stay there four hoars Adonis Buckles ford III and from that point directs B Alden PHYSICIAN A N D SURGEON Sittings Publisher New York battle for his dally bread and who other part of tho country such word3 as be allowed to enter in one can express total of 120 000000 the movements of his disciples and Chicago and Atlanta Kkktocky So you waat to snake aa Rhmnd They wero models because there are more people in Lon- Â¬ they would hear from the samo class only admiration Depositions are being takeu here by evangelists who are being sent Into all meat satd tbe lawyer to the wi Vo UmnV ilce MilB Street Halt don every year and the landlords tako In their own section This undoubt- Â¬ of ptient endurance and tiroless pluck J R Mount aud the L N railroad Assistant Secretary Bussey has mod parts of the cotmtry to gain accession IT tilnc rcolJouecat our Mala and Toles care that there shall bo no moro land edly is tho difficulty which many Statues carved from tho granito to be in the suits he has brought in the Old sale merehaatwho had seat for Mas ijEUAveBae Yes sir What stock have yoa oa to the new church The growth o ifietl a former decision made by the must before ho enn oven begin that Northern writers find in truthfully por- Â¬ found in tho mountains of the greater ham Circuit Court for 25000 damages naad The cleric fa aekiag aa in Â¬ THE HAVE THE membership has been astonishingly then Commissioner of Pensions in the struggle pay a 25 per cent premium traying tho negro dialect PHIL ROBERTS Thoy tako Oklahoma soon to be a great State 15000 for injury of his boy lapid within the last live years nud or Â¬ case of James A Furley who received to tho land monopolist This is tho as models tho negroes thoy bavo known will sometime be erected to them and for the to his wife in and aeehleut at ventory bow We got ht a ooaatga Knox Stetson PHYSICIAN IND SURGEON injury tbe LiasBoent of cheese yesterday ganized churches of tbe sect have been a disabling injury while serving iu tbe London of to day What may tho Lon Â¬ and judge incorrectly that tho talk not without reason John R Spears Yes Hum Bardstown Junction last Christmas Perhaps burger Kentucky PIMOND Miinvielv and Mexicau war In Company G Second don of to morrow bo in a war under of a Southern nogro would bo tho in Chautauquan established in Chicago Kansas City we maybe able to pay one huadred Stanford Journal Pennsylvania Volunteers -- At For consequently a practiced oar C T3 Sterp efte commercial conditions such as WiH4Twtrti IHfins h pra Drew Leavenworth Louisville Minneapolis Â¬ injury Furley was granted a pensionthis now ariso in tho attempt to diminish samealmost always detect tho differ- Â¬ scents oa tbe dollar MerehaatTrav- Ik- - jtl iw lUlHwjVeBTdw can The World Full of Dust of may Paw Paw St Charles and other WestCol Fletcher of the U S Army iji1 xen ices l the jwWtc I o4r Â¬ both hard and soft A Full Line of ern aud Southwestern towus The SS per month which be continued to tho cost of production and enhance tho ence between one who assumes a fa Mr John Altken is a very ingenious who was located here some years age JUSTICE TO MRS JOB W T SEXSMITU M D members set apart a tenth of their draw until April 10 1S63 when be was prico of the product with loss work miliarity and one who is to tho man Â¬ gentleman but somo of his discover- Â¬ is to be court martiakd at Omaha earning as tithes for Lord Schwein arrested at Hagerstowu Md - for hur- Â¬ for tho laborer and more for him to ner born Tho incongruity of making ies have a tendency to mako one feel Nebraska for cruel treatment te his A Woman Deerih a Better Ptaee Tbaa HYSICIANAND SURGEON a Southern negro say Whar be you She lias Brer OeetHilea furth but be always takes good care to rahing In tbe streets for Jeff Davis and pay for his bread his salt and his Ho has invented an instru- Â¬ wife who lias sued tor a divorce It w V Kbntocky civ- Â¬ goin as wo saw recently in some creepy te Hm Job was a woaderfuUy efiHcted put these oITerlngs to his private ac- Â¬ tbe Southern Confederacy and making coal What a prospect is this that ment by means of which he is able to said that he made some remarks touch Â¬ bat as a partial compensation lor H ilization offers its children London story is inexpressibly ludicrous to ono make a number of calculations of tho count which now shows n balance in jjse of other disloyal and treasonable Star ing her honor and Implicating two he has Lis proleKtiinal eervtaai tbe pt- familiar with their dialect He might had the sympathy of the hmsaa S- Eentiments At that time bis name With flncluaing Monarch Shirts E W his fuvor of over 500000 say Whar you goin but never most ofuncomfortable kind is able the gentlemen aud they chastised him se- Â¬ race for four thousand years Bat it was dropped from tbe pension rolls apparatus he to verely Theanlmal will be remembered this The Rev Dr Co tide pastor of the HOMELY PHILOSOPHY Whar bo you goin or Whar is aid has aot been so with Jobs wife No Â¬ and Coon Collars and Culls 111 N M LET0L1ER Presbyterian church at Rockford when under the authority couferred by the Aphorisms Said to Have Been Left to Ios you goin Tho honor of tho ex- Â¬ count exactly tho particles of dust in a by many people hpre Lancaster body has ever spoken a kind word at PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON pression You be belongs exclusively sunbeam In a cubic inch of spaco News NECKWEAR IN PROFUSION asked hij opinion of tbe impostor act or February 4 1802 In 1871 an ap- Â¬ terltr by JoMi UUllncs her Oa the contrary she has beea R- - iimoni Kkntwcky Is a dangerous plication for restoration was filed and upon tew toll who to tho North What he would be most near the celing of a room he found said Schwelnfurtb If I waz called one of the most sensational held up for forty centuries as a horri Â¬ After 8340000 atoms of dust and in tho Gloves in groat variety An as- Â¬ man He haruly ever falls to convert rejected Iu 18S7 however the case waz the bravest man that over lived I likely to say is Whar you gwine But for all that we are trials on record in wbieli depositions ble example samo spaco of a Bunsen flame 489 2S-sortment of Silk and Linen Hand- Â¬ those who go there to Jfrteu to his was taken up by tbe then Commissioner would say it waz him who nover told a Rebecca Hart in Chautauquan f Ti t SmUiilMtHgMHla Street poor woosaa deserves a parts of tbe world were read con Sties t the Such discoveries mako us from all 000000 kerchiefs teachings better place ia history tfeaav she ham His sophistries are hard for of Pensions and Furleys loyalty hav- Â¬ lie dread the air wo breathe Not long tbe jury in the celebrated Howard libel xi v - uccupnu ft v RIGHTS OF WITNESSES i J J V BRIGHT MD The meanest thing that any man t any one to meet unless thoroughly fa- Â¬ ing been established he pension was aw wwo aw ot ago Mr Aitkcn proved that in tho at- Â¬ suit for 50000 damages against three tempered PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Hosiery of Every Grade miliar with the teachings of Scripture allowed from 1S71 the date of filing ever followed for a bizzness is mak Â¬ Somethlns About Shyster Lawyers and mosphere of a room when tho gases newspapers to give t she bad eooach and twenty one members acid tinge to her disposition She was1 V- Kentucky hmosd Assistant Secretary ing money ou the second coming of Christ There his application Their Indecent Practices aro lit in tho evening there are as of the First Presbyterian chureh at made to Evoryboddy luvs tew feel that they drink the dregs from a MMeti A lawyer who is proficient in the many particles in each cubic inch as In Smith BhIMIbk en Mn Street UMBRELLAS in silk and other is not a particle of insanity about him Bussey while agreeing with the for- Â¬ goods with assorted handles mer Commissioner as to Furleys right aro ov sum importance in this world art of badgering a witness seldom lacks there are inhabitants in Great Britain Jackson Tenn Friday returned a ver- Â¬ cup and it is possible that she bora HtilO and I am convinced that he is perfect- Â¬ c ill rtHmtiiwli Htsot Uomibc mad dict in fuvor of tbe plaintiff giving her troubles with about as Elegant line ol Shirt Jewelry ly free from any lust of tbe flesh for I to a pension finds no authority for oven a paupor looks forward tow tho clionts He is considered smart hamuli bud and that in three inches from the gase3 one cent damages The dispatches equanimity as tbe average w 41 40 dating it from tbe date the application day ov hiz phuncral az tho tlmo that and if by dint of insolent and oxasper Bunsen flamo tho particles of dust him know of the most thorough tests I of a C S BOLTON ho haz got tew bo notlsscd atlng cross questioning ho can goad a are as numerous as the number of peo- Â¬ do not state whether tbe court decided would do first place she was suddoaiyt have been told by women whom he was filed and directs that it be dated la the If yu hav a spirited and noble boy Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon on a name for the reverened plaintiff has bad under his sway that there is from April 10 1SG3 when it ceased appeal tew hiz generosity if yu bav a man into such a stato of excitement ple in tho world It would require luxury to penary Aayj Kbntccky Uihmond that he contradicts himself and invol- Â¬ moro courage than is averagely pos Â¬ be having been called Howard Hew- Â¬ reduced fromwomaa who has stsflarad some magnetic power in his eyes which He says in substance that if the action heavy and sullen one appeal tew hiz untarily commits perjury the feat is sessed to Btatc tho quantity of dust wo lett aud Howlett at various times in unfortunate knows just the 8 to Hours omre over P X this ordeal forces them to do his bidding frase efi and of dropping Furleys name from the back ra Hpel looked upon as a great legal tri- Â¬ inhalo with- - every breath London his checkered career rjUaMe81ot9p Brtts aitd alteUon H mind Mrs Job was ia alt dtlH GHIGKEH i to dtsea4 ft women c speak of a belief in him when their rolls was erroueous then be is entitled A grato monny ov our peoplo go umph Occasionally howover an Globe irealed at adts-UeaMw PaUenU t cfiuonic HouieopalHle medteJB6 sent to In the next place she was bereft efi The counting nf tbe cash and sureties whole nature was antagonistic to it to reparation aud tbe reparation must abroad tew improvo thoir minds who abusive counsel is confronted out of and tS There is ao grief ae a y a ldret in the U S treasury shows that there her children Outwardly no meeker more patient be as ample as the injury If It was hadnt got onny minds when they wux court by an enraged witness and re-Â¬ Cholera Cure Tbe Dnke of Portland seems fated to burdensome as that which falls upon a perfect man has ever come under my not erroneous there can be no restora- Â¬ at home Knowledge like charity ceives a lesson in civility too impress-Â¬ win all the priucipal big races iu Eng- Â¬ are 700000000 A shortage of 8 was 1L R GIBSON mothers heart when the grave hides should begin at some and then ive to be readily forgotten notice I honestly believe that he is tion of pensiou for any period land this year On July 19th he won found in the new silver vault where her children from sight Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery spread possessed of tbe devil comiug to tbe Not long ago a somewhat notorious of 50000 for 85600000 silver dollars are stored and Demorest for August In addition to this accumulation of Koboddy bat n phool will spend biz member of tho bar in a Western city the Great Eclipse Stakes Kentucky ReoIIiusc world in the garb of an angel of life three and four year olds about a mile a deficit of 15 in tbe old sliver vault lorrows she W left with aa iavaljd ime trielng tew convince a phooL A Newport Story a Co Ed Story shortages tremendously pounded by a wit- aud a quarter was Schweinfurth is entirely unlike the at Saudown Park with containing 45000000 Both husband oa vr hands- - Job we Off s his proreMkmal fcervlees te tbe pb Timo Iz like money tho less wo har ness in a divorce case against whom original Christ iu the style of his living an Army Story a Paris Exposition H 80 Ibis homebread bay colt Ayrshire foal were immediately maue goou it is covered with bolls aad experieaee has StoryLa Story of Two Jacks a Story ov it tew spare tho further we mako it in summing up for the defense he had money was lost dur Â¬ In fact be lives in the style expected of 18S5 by Hampton dam Atalauta believed that this taught us that there Is bo more exas Â¬ go insinuated nearly all tho crimes enu Â¬ ed recent flooding of the vault m a prince in the house of David His of Two Pilgrims are soma of the at perating patient than a man with a tungo iz really a verry fosst merated In the decalogue The libeled by Galopiu her dam Feronia byThor ing the The Courier Journal temple at Rockford is a grand estab- Â¬ tractions of Demorest Monthly Maga member ov tho boddy politick ha duz boil on him There are wives aad Gas and Stcaa Fitting Plznfcin who was a porson oi manby out of Woodbine by Stockwell citizen lishment with most expensive furnish- Â¬ zine for August which makes it such all the talking und two thirds of the irreproachable character met etc Ayrshire up to and including the The total collections of internal rev- Â¬ good wives too in this Christian laad thi ings The modern Messiah dresses iu a number as every body wants in the thinking Ail Pump Repoirins a Specialty professional traducer at tho court Eclipse Stakes has started iu fifteen enue for the fiscal year ended July 1 of ours whoso lives have been made hot summer months Paris exposiÂ¬ talloc made clothei of tbe finest maWorks He who spends hiz younger days In house door after tho conclusion o4 races namely seven at two years old amounted to 130895432 an increase most miserable for days aad weeks at kept t knls if pumLeave onlent Gns Bonanza ut terial and on a recent visit the repre- tion giving a view of tbe whole dlsapashun iz mortgaging himself tow tho days proceedings and thrashei of which ho won five and was third in over the previous year of 6588957 a time by a husband and one boB Jos ricliinonil In Central Park beauti disseaze and poverty two inexorable him without stint or pity The flag Mnt nr W G Whlted Drug Store sentative of the New York Herald grounds At three years old he Tbe cost of collection was about 4185 think then what this poor woaas had tbe others found his feet encased in silk velvet fully illustrated in water colors aud in creditors who are certain to foreclose ellant was arrested and held to bail started six times won four races was 000 a traction less than 32 per cent to endure with a husband with perhaps from five hundred to one tbossad The Pleasures and at last and tako possession of tho far tho assault and will doubtless be third once and unplaced once At Spirits paid 74313206 of slippers embroidered with gold instead tbe lax and THOMAS B AYltES by punished by fine or imprisonment or four years old he started twice winning tobacco 31866860 Illinois leads the boil3 on him Is it aay wonder that Thousands of dollars worth of of sandals like tbe Savior used to wear Pains of Amateur Photography nu- Â¬ premises menny person who woman encouraged her hesbaad te a kan Tharo is illustrated by to Real Estate and General chickens die every year from Chol- Â¬ A heavy gold lob chain hung from the Alexander Black taken by amateurs set a mouse trap tew perfeckshun but both but ho was content he said In- Â¬ bosh times Ayrshires winnings list with 31007419 and Kentucky the The oely terminate his existence merous pictures endure any penalty the law might era It is more fatal to chickens than watch pocket aud a brilliant blue and coupled with those of Donovan and comes next Its share being 16910814 wonder Is that she didnt cut oerows Collecting- Agency other diseases combined But the gold tie surrounded his neck Tbe How to Prevent and Remove Wrink- not satisfied with sich small game flict for the enjoyment of so prime a Semolina without taking into consid- Â¬ all tow trap for bears and luxury Since the arrest of Bell in Georgia throat in despair fez Special atterrtion paid te the sale discovery of a remedy that positively newspaper representative was received les the secoud in the series entitled they undertake But these wero not all the treahtea Wo have never been able to see wh7 eration what his other horses have won where he was impersonating Christ Aids to Beauty ar J exchange of Real Estate and to the cures it has been made and to be con- Â¬ iu a commodious and elegantly fur besides numerous git ketchod bl the bears Mohax Studdy yure genius and stick tew a lawyer should be permitted to ad Â¬ or may win make the Duke of Port- Â¬ and driving the negroes wild with re-Â¬ that Jobs wife bad to bear Her hae ecuon of all kinds of accounts 47 46 vinced of its efficacy only requires a nished parlor His leet sank iutovel- - other articles on subjects interesting in dress a respectable member of society land the largest winner ever known in ligious frenzy other alleged Messiahs bands friends cam oa a visit to him trial A 50 cents bottle is enough for vet carpet 8 and leopard and wolfskins the family circle including the health mica and took possession of the house for young man dont marry abuv or in the witness box Or to refer to him one year reaching probably 250000 chickens It is guar- Â¬ were spread aboufadding to the beauty happiness amusement and decoration one hundred have sprung up as fast as one has been six weeks at a time Other wataes below yure rank not that I think after ho has loft it in terms as oppro- Â¬ Your House on Fire anteed If after using two thirds of and ricbnes3 of tbe surroundings Tbe of the household and there are over arrested The present impostor is a and good women too have had to en Â¬ but ho Not tbe house of wood or brick or negro bag known as the Virgin dure the samo affliction aad they aftn a bottle the buyer is not thoroughly house is furnished iu antique oak and one hundred Illustrations Published tharo iz evry virtew in rank oftentharo brious as if It iswere a burglar or a out pickpocket or should bo ths iz custom in it and custom bodfor Chicken 4S Wiooucs BpocK Cincinnati O- - satisfied with it as a cure undersigned light comes in through large plate by W Jennings Demorest 15 East 14 ranks law and gospel N Y Weekly business of a court to protoct from in stone in which you live but your dan- Â¬ Mary or Queen Mary and her easily account for Mrs Jobs exhibi Â¬ Â¬ Cholera return it to the weird arts have only increased the tion of bad temper Job got worried street New York persons who are summoned befora ily tenement may be in terrible suit glass wiudows surrounded by many and your money will be refunded ger from smouldering lire which you pitiable condition of the deluded blacks with the three visitors himself and Kissed Another Mans Wife Â¬ it often to their own great inconhued colored glass Everything was snccofully Can refer to Lttildincs At Ellzabethtown Editors Stovall BROOK STOUKTON 19 18 yet he didnt have to wait on them to scoundrel yelled young Tacob venience to further the ends of jus- Â¬ make no eflort to quench The great erected in Richmond Maysvllle Ml Tbe firm of E diilereut from the time when the Son and Duncan A H Bachelor of tho Hardin You If such protection is not ex Â¬ danger from Impure blood is that it Co North Brookfleld Mass one of clean up their rooms to wipe the- jto tice and Sierling Wiucbester and Owhiguvilio Green of Man had not where to lay hisJiead County Iudependent and Editor Giv 65 tended we hold it to be the natural debilitates the system aud the diges the oldest and largest shoe manufact Â¬ bacco juice from the parlor carpet At his good neighbor Brown Scbweiufurth3 professions are given in aus of the Welcome Tidings were right of the outraged parties to pro tive organs grow weak and inactive uring establishment in tbe country every day to sweep out the mod ey bis own words I am more than tried for publishing a letter signed You kissed my wife upon the street carried in on their boots and to Wb tect themselves Let the privileges of Hoods Sarsaparilla combines the best -I ought to knock you down Christ I possess tlio attributes of Jesus Judge Lynch threatening punishment the legal profession bo respected but kidney and liver invlgorators with made an assignment yesterday The mitto the thousand and one annoy j the Sinless and more than that I am to t youqg tnau who it Is alleged bad Thats where youre- wrong good Brown why should men who play the ruffian tbe best alteratives aud tonics all from liabilities are about one million dollars oes that a male visitor gives the boase replied the Almighty In form and substance killed bis wife but had been white- Â¬ at tho bar be exempted from the pun Â¬ the vegetable kingdom carefully and and the assets about the same Out- Â¬ kceper about time that somebody was LOUISVILLE KY It la In accents mild and meek possess the identical bsdy which was washed by a Coroners Jury Messrs I ishment which we all delight to see understanding prepared in a concen- Â¬ side speculation is believed to have raising a voice in defense of Jobs caused the failure The firm employed crucified on Calvary Tbe time is not Stovall and Duucan were convicted by I kissed her that Ive not denied inflicted upon ruffianism in the street trated form It purifies vitalizes and over a sayin a kind word for the NEW BUGGIES But kissed her on the cheek thousand men and owned the wife and N Y Ledger far ptl when I shall make such mani Â¬ Justice OMcara and sentenced to jail enriches the blood and tones up tbe poor woman who for fottr thoteaod The Largest and Finest Hotel inl did it because she looked so town of North Brookfleld where the festations of my divinity and power as Mr GivansswnreOMearaoffthe bench Aud I system givicgtiie whole body vital- Â¬ years has suffered the sllag3 of najust NEW PHZETONS At the FancyDress Ball the city trade was factories are will startle tbeworld and bring believ- Â¬ and was tried by Magistrate Terry handsome the very picture of beauty ity and effectually guarding it against principally located Their West and criticism in uncomplainla sOence is the secret of it in tbe South and ers to me by thousands and tens of who dismissed the prisoner though the aud health What NEW CARRIAGES There aro a great many Jobs wives Miss Britely Why Mr Flatted the utlacks of disease 48 since yoa ask Day to 4 they averaged 12000 pairs of shoes a In the world to day we aeet them thousands I have unlimited power to oifense aud evidence were the same in Well replied Greon what possessed you to come to a fancy It I will tell you she uses Dr Pierces NEW SURRIES perform miracles I can raise tbe dead both cases Justice OMeara did not S M Smith ol New York City pro- Â¬ day evening dress every day-- They may aot have hae- ball m According to rooms I accept your dress you in ordinary represent any prietor of Hill Top Stock Farm Jack- Â¬ cure disease and do all the miraculous order his prisoners sent to jail and they Favorite Prescription bands with bolls oa their bodies but supposed to Are Pimples Sores Aches and Pains Fayorite character apology Good nighl NEW SULKIES things I performed when on earth be- Â¬ they have husbands who go to the efohs sonville this county has bought of W Turkihh and Russian Balhs in walked out of the Court room Public When a hundred bottles ot sarsapartUa or of evenings is the only remedy for Prescription They have aosbaads Gus who has a suspicion she is T Withers Jr of Lexington the bay fore But I do not practice them often opiuion is said to be with the editors specifies fait te eradicate 32 31 Hotel the delicate derangements and weak- Â¬ guying him I represent nothing filly Eilewlnia yewlfng by Happy oilier pretentious or contagious blood poison who are selfish enough to derate alK because I wish to convict tbe world to In born scrofula allow mo to inform you Miss Britely Meidlum dam by Aberdeen for 2000 remember that B B B Botanic Stood Balm their time to business and pieasaraj My vehicles are nil new and of tbe tlio truth without depending on super- Â¬ Time changes all things Fifty years nesses of females sold by druggists Miss Britely Why of course How Mr Withers sold to J M Roche of has gained many thousand victories la as without considering that a pertiea ofl very latefct patterns Tliey are for sale natural powers but by the truth itself from to day there will be but few peo- Â¬ under a positive guarantee of giving on the most leasonaWe lerms If you There are many things in the Gospels ple in Danville who are here to day satisfaction in every case or money fluuid I was not to know it Terra Lexington bay filly Luella Medium 2 many seemingly Incurable Instances Send that timo of right belongs to the we to tho Blood Balm Co Atlanta Gs for man the charm of whose exiotoaco- - Is want a vehicle come and see me and Bauto Express by Happy Medium dam by Almont about my crucifixion aud ray former One of our old citizens says there are paid for It returned Book of Wonders and be convinced It Is vou wont en liotne wllhout one The Jobs wives his companionship McBea editor of the London and her yearling sister Cbristable for tbe 02OT TETTE BLOOO FUBIFIEB Douglas 5- JOHN DONELSON life ou earth I am now writing a true only eleven people living Iu Danville For bllliousneas sick headache In Â¬ to the womea who are O- Howells X Ga Financial Times has pnrchaaed seven- 3000 toO W Fentherstone of Lex Â¬ writesW Messen amicted nine Eoads with of day arethe cares aad sorvows or 1834 At that digestion aud constipation version of tbe New Testament which to day who were here in take Dr was years ty-eight grain elevators in theNorth ington bay flUy Fortune Teller yr by sores Alt I medicine I could take did me doned with who get ao syrspathyj tbe revolution among those time tbe population 6f our city was but Dr Pierces Pellets will create no good I then tried B B B and 8 bottles this Ufa and west for an English syndicate Mr Happy Medium dam Patsy F by cared me sound orthodox 610 The people living here nowwho themselves who consider And their name is legion Ladies Mrs B M Wilson Bound Moan tain Texas The so called orthodox were hero In 34 are Johu Nichols believers Wro J Neale will erect a pork pack McRea was ostensibly on a pleasure Mambrino Patchen for 1500 writes A lady friend of mine waa troubled Home CoapaaloB wltn bemps and pimples on bar taceaad Jona Nichols lug establishment on the lot recently trip and worked so quietly that no one churches are the basis of Daniel and Mrs Belt Battermau She BBB MrArnattPritchitt sold bis Christ Â¬ neckskin gottook three bottles of pimples andÂ¬ na 3Su3ine z- soft must be destroyed They are filled Tboebe and Jane-- Crutchfleld T P purchased of Mr George Bugbycn the knewute business until he announced her Mfes NaHte Bedmaa eaaw dis H W E Gricstead CoB W Qor 7th averaged 1800 pounds appeared and herand smooth healm Improved greatly high Young E B Russell Joseph Jackson batiks of Elkhorn near tbe Bourbon the results himself He is now after a mas cattle that wickeduea in with spiritual a Jas L Bosworth AMaaia Ga writes strangling to death last week Sncui AmimoM Ciwr mTtuxnte or TtAcmte at 400 per hundred Others of less Some years ma I ooatracted Wood poison Maiu Sib Ijoulsville Ky plaeea The abomination thatmaketh A W Barker Tina Bell and Gib Do Bridge He will commence ora small iew big flouring mills at aMinneapolis niece of eaady ledgteg ia her wted Dtpx oraxs weight at 1875 per hundred Lexing Â¬ Board vausc ajtd for each term of twenty xheuisatbm drew up my Hrabs so I coatd pipe AdseW wsa hurriedly seat for Our Mr Citestnut will beJn desolate is found where it ought not ram Tho last named two are colored seale by slaughtering about one thou Â¬ Henry Ciaxton colored who works ton Gazette nardiy walk iny throat waacaateitcednTe feces sum to- - H term apem tart Teodjy Rirjhmond every comity court day In ll tha churches The Herald rep- - This serves to show how rapidly desth sand hogs nsd will Increase his facili Â¬ far J J Shaw has received l100l and times Hot Sprisgg ga ve e so beaeat and bat the candy had nanBod aad relief Will call on couuty merenantu at tbelr tortare nnttl I re 3 B MlLTOH Eu IOTT Pmnetnu TlT Texas fever k killfug ell the cattle 1b siy Ufa irasoaa KiRKKVILIX will hereafter get peneloa of 4 pec rsentatlve says that dwriag the inter J gets in its work and takes our citizens ties if he tWMks it advisable to do so AVE GiaNfflUSADCO 2 a trial sad serprfctlncs u stay stem the we ebtaiaed befaw he arrived Parss Mtmes Territory by bMdrala I Georgetows Tiaie- the Ijh isaeoi XYbelaewtft 4 16 Sohwelnftirth talked calmly j from us panvUte Advocate Parte Keoluckiaa ML New Eaentb view S5 T BURNAM A TTORNRY 4 T LA IV ilWsMs A SUMMER STOCK Â¬ lI - Every Variety BQOTS S SHOiES ttvr J HIGH LAOED CALF SKIN SHOES Ee PAUPERS IN LONDON Xber Vro at east 300000 of Them i ritlablo Condition The pooi are always with us now They aro always in tho East End but Vhat Is moro satisfactory they aro beÂ¬ ginning to make their appearance in Westminster By an extraordinary and unheard of coincidence In tho his- Â¬ tory of what is facetiously called the peoples houso wo had actually two discussions on the samo night on tho dally lot of tho mass of tollors who make London what it Is for thomsolvcs and for others Wo could actually Bparo an hour or so from tho consider btlon of affairs in Zanzibar and Samoa from tho expenditure of tho peoploa money from he thousand and ona subjects which touch he popular inter-Â¬ est about as deeply as discussions on Greek particle to talk about tho wants aud rights of the majority ol Londoij workers That is good thoug not so good as it might be The house talked muob but did noth Â¬ ing t is indeed capablo of doing lit-Â¬ tle Jt is tho smaller elective institu ttons from which the longlooked for rtawo of hopo from tho democracy will coma irom the ground rents commit- Â¬ tee waich is about to inquire into tho price about 15000000 which the people 1 London pay for the privilege of wotklng in it and to solvo the problem as to how tho fruit of tho agÂ¬ gregate toll of tho jrreat city can bo appropriated to tho necessities of tho many instead of to tho luxuries of tho low There were plenty of facts given But wo dont want facts Facts crowd in on us There 300000 of tho very poor in London That is a normal state These pftoflo are never proper ly housed nevef Jroperly fed novor I QUEER USE OF -- WORDS OF FUN Carious Expressions Fecnllar to the North and South It seems the most natural thing in tho world for a Southerner in calling Oh John Miothcr person to say but it always seems to amuse our friends across tho way It Is tho Oh that excites their merriment and in attempting to give tho peculiarity thoy Ho often represent U3 as saying John which wo never say Another Southern expression which always sounds queer to Northern oars Is tho use of tho word mighty as an adverb But to thoso accustomed to it mighty pretty conveys an idea ol beauty that tho overburdoned North- Â¬ ern word lovoly doesnt reach Turning to Webster to see if it must bo given up wo find that it Is allow- Â¬ Good able when used colloquially Wo should never want to use It es cept colloquially H In tho North a man fills his wagon box with corn and draws it to town in the South ho fills his wagon bed with corn and hauls it to the samo place InNewEnglnnd thoy say the going1 moaning tho condition of tho road is bad in the South they say tho trav- Â¬ eling is bad Perhaps to say the roads aro bad would be moro intelli- Â¬ It Proves a Flat i - 1 Â¬ t -- hai Vr tm LADIES SHOES Best Markets XRT a3 I 1R IN HATS Austin t Iri GENTS 1 l Furnishing Goods i - -- 1R ASTTEE5 1R Mccarty Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ black-and-whi- te - Â¬ c- CRAPSEY Arcihtteots BROWN Â¬ if v GALT - HOUSE Carriages Si r - Rates25o Per Blllllll d Vv y Wholesale Grocery 1T L m Br aasaaaaa BnBaaafl raJHsaSBnnH SnflsaHslBnnl l g j a - atJsfr- - tBsasaHsBsaaaannnnfl 7 T4 - pw sx DIED X f1 fmmi 5SKa - day tales to us Aladdins lamp Is dimmed and Monte Urlsto becomes common place when compared to our FRENCH TIPTON Editor rangiolatis of titmice and trade The seediofa luxury that even now sur rtOKMHCM BTEKT WEBKJWflAY BY pasHPH that lit Romp and Iorlntli and pHt fnrtli The Climax Printing Co has only yet this Minglelis first flowers reiMililic Wbat are mwb in t lill the full fniltajp IkUm G White Chks S Powell I do not de-Â¬ nounce tlie newly ricii For most part 150 their money came under forms of law ritlCE PlSIt YEAR The IrrepponsiWIity uf sudden wealth AUGUST WEDNEbllAY 18S9 is in many cams steadied hy that reso- Â¬ lute good sesse wlitoh st ems to be an The county wont largoly in Arnerioau heritage and under nut by favor ol a new Constitution careiecs prodigality or Iy constant charily Our great wealth lias brought Kilrun has been arrested at us itrent imI f4eiulor But the status Ocean View Virginia and will be ifcelf Is a menace A lHtine that cost MiecicaippL taken 8000600 and n bfeaklct that cost 5096 are lfcqietSHK facts to Hie mil- Â¬ The Preadent appointed lions wlm live in a hut and dine on a George W JHy to be U S Dis- crut The fael that a man ten yean trict Attorney for Kentucky from poverty lias an Income of S20 THE CLIMAX tabling about Versailles Sun 400 acres for 34000 thla country The first importation was In 1865 when three horses were Child of Zena Bruce Union Cily Hendryx won the 10000 Stake at sent over from California One died a few days after landing The other Madison county died on Friday Au Â¬ Detroit hi three straight heat best two were hy George M Patchen One gust 2nd 1RS9 Crlt Davis Willi Green time 1IS Is BtiH living not lander finished sixth in 1st and 2d is dead but the other Joseph Scrlvuer died on Millers far from Sidney he must be near heats and 4th iu third creekin Estill county on Sunday July thirty years old Stock Farm 28th 1880 aged 72 years Deceased Ed McKinney Jr received a queen Major Campbell Brown put a force was fooni on Drowning creek In Modi- bee yesterday by mall fiom Austria Monday to dig tho balance nW90n county which cost him 3 She was well sup to work his potatoes The potato crop has been plied witli honey for tlte entire trip of Jerry B Frazier died in Madison something enormous J W Howard 6000 miles Paris News county Ky on Friday August 2nd of Columbia alone had 7000 barrels on The Mason Foard Company lea 200 acre- which he sold ffNfrom 125 1SS9 after a lingering ill In ess agedÂ¬ sees of the penitentiary ha vo purchas- Â¬ to 160 per bushel The American probably 66 years Interment at Giled 300 acres of ground on South Elk says Nashville ships some 350000 bar bert place Saturday horu near Frankfort and will culti- Â¬ rels n year Just think of it and let us For Tins OIMAX1 vate It exclusively for produeingup look back a Iljtle The potato oiigln THERE REMAINETII A UEST plies for convicts ally a South American plant was Intro- Â¬ N H Gentry of Sedalla Mo sold duced Into Virginia by Sir John Har Â¬ Lines upon tlie deatii of May Jen Â¬ vey iu 1729 Iu Pennsylvania potatoes nings Greenleaf little daughter of to Andrew Bmlth of San Frnnolfco Â¬ Cal a Berkshire pig the finest iu the are mentioned very soon after tlie ad John E and Ida V Greenleaf who Stalp for 750 The pig was expressed vent of the Quakers they were not departed tills life on ThursdayJuIy arang New Yoik products in 1005 but 18th 1889 m 009000 mih his two associates nearly at a coht of 106 making the total cost in 1775 we are told of eleven thousand The pale shadows deepened tn the bright The city of Spokane Falls Wssh as ranch from the control and arbl to Smith 865 News Blowing west Â¬ ingtoi was destroyed by fire Sun- trary ntlciiigof an article of universal The Treasury Department has de- Â¬ bushels grown on one sixteen acre And Uie wearied sun sank In the oceans patch in this province Potatoes were dark wave day Loss three million dollars use fails druiigely on the ears of those cided that guaranteed wool waste is served perhaps as an exotic rarity at a And a solemn deep sadness pervaded each Also evwl lives who hear it as they sit empty handed dutiable at the rate of thirty cents a Harvard installation dinner in 1707 but breotst while ohl Wren cry for bread The a pound Importers of tho article For wed lnldour dear May to rest In Uio the plant was only brought into culture J Sharp was elected tendency Stephen grave deepens the dangers tugget claimed that it should be classed as State Treasurer by at least 30 ed by the status What U to bo the plain wool wasle which pays only ten in New England at the arrival of tho Jfot the wlntera load blast nor the summer Presbyterian Emigrants from Ireland mK Even Coisons liome pre etui of this ewift pilling up of wealth cents a pound duty tidefl beat iu 1718 Five bushels were accounted Sbatl disturb her repose as she sleeps neatli 1 met went lor Sharp Twenty years ago but few cities had John K Maddeji has sold to George a large crop for a Connecticut farmer the sod To dny nlimntl their millionaires Leavitt of Boston tiie trotting colt for it was held if a mau ate them every Acd with aching lull hearts we may softly Ootwtable John Proctor was every town lias its Twenty repeat by Al tlay he could not live seven j ears shot by Wade Pnrcell at ML men can be named who cjii eaeli buy Senator Blackburn There remalneth a rest for the children of God Verne Monday and in turn shot a sovereign Stale at its taxable value cyone dnm by Marobrino Patchen Giles Co Teun Democrat 2 y ear old record 246 and the 1ureell Both badlv hart about six weeks we have been To that Land ot tho Blessed her spirit hath For Tin yoUHgebt nation America Is vastfilly Fannie Swope flown tearing tolerably harmonious reports ly tle ripest and in twenty years in Where the son never sets nor the years Mr W B Smith Democrat was ejiMe of War 1ms nearly trt bhd her record 2 44 by Florida dam by Mom of failure iu tlie wheat Crops of eastern elected without opposition to rep Â¬ wealth Millions are made on the brino King for 8C00 Lexington Europe aud India Now on the heels There shegrowcth old rest that on earth Is not knonreth a resent Maduo county in the nest turn of a trade atid the mass grows Press of a report of unprecedented devasta- Â¬ known Legislature So mote it be As she wnlkelh the streets of thai City of tion by a cyclone extending over a Kavauaugh Tipton has sold to Chile awl grows whHe in is shadow starvaGold Co this season 260 tous thousand square miles of territory in tion and despair xtalU auiong the peo- - Thompson W T B Williams carried Estill 4e ami swsrm with increasing lcgious of hay at 12 50 per ton the wheat region of Austro Hungaryj Her fair spirit shall rest by the River of WW Life county by 40 votes but his com Â¬ against lite eliadt ls of human life Thompson has a field of wheat that comes definite news from London that Or wander by the paths where the angels petitor Hill carried Lee by 240 yield not less than 40 the Russian crop is almost a failure will make a have trod Mr Hill Republican is re elected DLAIXe UEMEM8KUBD HIS FRIEND bushels to the acre Toliver J tlie poorest crop raised in mauy years And no more shall she know or earths cares Ly about 200 majority orltsMrife Young lias sold his farm in Bath coun- Â¬ No less an authority than the Austrian There remalneth a rest for the children of Colonel D Howard Smith three ty of 135 acres to Richard Bailiff Jr minister of agriculture also announces God Charles Dilger and Harry Smart times Auditor of thin State who expir Â¬ for 14000 Mt Sterling Gazette officially that the grain crop ol Galicia were hanged in the Louisville jail ed suddenly at his home in Louisville HOWS THIS and Silesia is an abject failure while A free martin is a cow calf twin tdat of Bohemia and Moravia is ex- Â¬ Jast Wednesday They murder Â¬ was oue of the intimate personal ed Meisner Green and Mary Ron friends of James G Blaine when the born with a bull calf and generally tremely poor The great cyclone not Weofler One Hundred Dollars re Â¬ iialls and killed poiicemeu Jones latter was a young reboot teacher iu barren says Webster but Mr C B only destroyed the standing grain In ward for any case of Catarrh that can Kentucky Col Smith was a native Qulsenberry of Clintnnviile is owner Hungary and northern Roumania but not be cured by taklug Halls Catarrh and Rosenberg grade free martin of a of Georgetown and inherited a lare even wipeti away me granaries in Cure heifer that produced a culf some weeks Slugger Sullivan passed through fortune He began the practice of law CO Pkops already been gathered F J CHENEY Qulsenberry says that his which what had Louisville Saturday in charge of there and a year or two afterward fcince Mr Toledo Ohio was stored This report of tlie crops on is on We the undersigned have known He yotiHS Blaine came to Georgetown to so the third case of the kindread record Â¬ the continent is made even more dis ui officer from Mississippi Lexfat t is arrested in Kew York on a teaeh school Although Colonel Smitli ington as he lias heard or mal by the announcement that the F J Cheney for the last 15 years and Gazette ivqtrisitioM from Governor Lowry was several years Mr Blaines tetiiur French crop which ali along has been believe hint perfectly honorable hi all Mr R T Wallace on the Jos expected In some degree to offset the business transactions and financially and will be tried for prize fight- - they took a great fancy to each other and passed much time in the lawyers Woolfolk place has just finished losses elsewhere Is estimated at one able tn oarry out any obligations made ortiee Col Smith had a great admi Â¬ threshing his wheat crop which fifth below its condition a week ago by their firm QttWIN aitttttGiA ration for his youthful Northern friend made an excellent yield A nine acre To complete the bad news even Eug WestTkoax Wholesale Druggisls Toledo Ohio and thought his talent would bring field that was iu tobacco last year land which up to this time has made Estimates place tlte watermelon him notoriety though he did not ex averaged 57 bushels to the acre and an exceptionally good showing is in a Waldin KinnanaMahnix Whole- Â¬ sale Druggists Toledo O Top of Georgia this season at peet him to attain to the promiueuce 120 acres more averaged 80 bushels to bad way Continued wet weather has -- even thousand two hundred and lie now has He used to say that Mr the acre The entire crop Was gold t proved a severe set back and unless E H Van Hoesen Cashier Toledo National Bank Toledo O titty car loads an increase of two Blaine although only a youth was Messrs Graddy Son at 70 cents there arc now six weeks of unbroken sunshine Halls CATAiimi Cuke Is taken housand loads over last season even then remarkable for the polish of Versailles Sun sajs the Loudon Times It is well understood that the wat- Â¬ his manners and dressed extremely J A Jobneon Spears Ky has sold the crop will be a disappointment Internally acting directly upon tho ermelon the coon and the mule well though his salary was Very small to J B Riley Lexington Ky a bay An for India its crop is reported 5000 blood and mucus surfaces of the sys Â¬ lorm an inseparable trio With He was not only a TaVorite with Col filly three years old by Blacks Ham 00J bushels short Thete widespread tem Testimonials sent free Price 75 -- uch a large increase in the melon Smith but bad mauy warm friends hlelooinn dam Molly Warner by shortages reduce the estimated yield cents per bottle Sold by all druggists 8 11 branch of the party the other two around Georgetown who still think Mambrino Bruce price 1500 From all over the world to a lower aggregate most kindly of him Mr Blaines fu Â¬ the pame a bay suckling filly by Tur- Â¬ thin for 1SS8 which itself was low members will be compelled to STOCK MAEEET EEPORT hump themselves to keep up their ture wife Harriet St an wood was also ner out of Molly Warner price 300 There can be little room for doubt that LIVE By GREENE EM BUY then teaching in Kentucky ami Col This is the filly that recently trotted a these reports loo are correct inas Â¬ LP e Stock Commission Merchants at CInoln corners and the Good State of Smith was well acquainted with her nati Union Stock Ynli and Covington half mile iu 114 without six weeks much as they corroborate the unofficial ieorgia will goon overflow tttock Yunls In tlte lobby of Alexanders Hotel work Stock Farm estimates made for several weeks The the day before his sudden deatii of immediate effect was seen in the sharp THE BUJCTWX IX THBU COLXTIBS Cincinnati Ohio August 5 18S0 The closing cut rale of fine trotting advance in Hie market aud the ulti heart ilkeabeColouel Smith told imw he SHIPPING CATTLE horses mares and colts of L L R O mntesesult will be as high a price for Good to Extra So far as we have heard the and Mr Blaiite met after the civil war Dorsey f 4 oo 4 at Farm 3 858 4 Democrats have elected Repre and renewed their acquaintance and county was Highlandattended Jefferson wLcat next winter as distinguished Fair to Good Rough largely and fair last winter Kansas farmers have Common and 3 40 friendship of long ago Col Smith sentatives in the following coun- Â¬ Good to Extra Oxen 3 25 3 had been a Confederate soldier and by prices obtained though the prevailing every reason to expect dollar wheal 2 50 ties 2 Garrard R H Tomlinson Fair to Good Oxen bravery had won his military title I sentiment seemed to be that the best before the year Is out Topelia Capi Common and Rough 2 2 00 Jessamine J II Welch Fayette ones offered did not bring as good tal BUTCHER CATTLE Daniel James Lexington George bad been 4eeted Auditor of Ken Â¬ prices as they should There were tucky said lie but my political dis Â¬ Good to Ettra I3 751 3 B- - Kincaid Clark J P Gay abilities had not been removed and thirty three head sold at thoaggregate 3 3 50 John S Gill President of tlie Nation- Â¬ Fair to Good Bath Waller Sharp 3 Bourbon tlik bad to be done before could take price of 14380 or 450 per head Extra Fat Steers 3 60 al Bank of Lancaster and a prominent Fair to Good Steers I 4CS 3 to 3 laode Thomas Rieholas Dr charge of tlte ofttoe I went to Wach Gar- Â¬ farmer died on last Wednesday Dornbupchs List 2 75 to Extra Cows 3 00 lathers Harrison Win Moore iiiglon for that Hirpose and the next passage through by post reports tho rard is rapidly losing good citizens Good to Good Cows 2 75 2 25 Fair the Dardanelles or 1 So 2 00 Vott R E Robert Franklin day vioited the Howse of Representa Â¬ 24 steamers and 2 sailers loaded witli Charles W Sweeney a prominent Common Cows 1 50 1 oo s ott Brown Anderson R H tive Air Maine then wielded a com Â¬ Rough Cows and Oxen merchant of Lancaster died three wheat destined as follows Spain 1 BULLS rossfield Woodford Samuel manding influence in Congress and I United Kingdom 2 Marseilles 3 weeks ago and John T Leavell ot Best Shipping f 2 75 3 Mioute Shelby Long Boyle meditated ai king him to assist mc in Holland 1 Belgium 1 Italy 3 Greece Bryautsviile since that day 2 2 40 Best Bologna L Bruce Mercer W W Steph tlte removal of my disabilities was 1 Roueu 1 Lisbon 1 Gibraiter for 2 2 25 Fair Bologna 2 2 oo fiison Lincoln R C Wearren iu doubt about the matter though as orders 5 Since New Years Day G77 Wm Randolph aud Harry Brown Fair to Good Feeders 1 1 50 Common and Thin Louisville elected a solid delega he had perhaps forgotten me steamers aud 284 sailers laden with two colored men bailing from Vir- Â¬ 1 mu FEEDERS AND STOCKERS twelve Representatives Finally I decided to call upon Mr wheat have passed through the Hells ginia were arrested here Monday last Good Extra Steers Btaiue though I was very doubtful pout charged with robbery They had a Fair to Good Steers KESrLT IX TMK SKXATWtlAL DISTRICT- - about my reception I went on the o 2 2 25 A A Kitzmlller has sold to E L lot of cards witli which they played a Good to Extra Heifers floor of the Howe where I had some game called ducats One of them Common and Thin Stockers 1 75 2 25 While the Stale Treasurer was friends acd alter I had taken my seat Boucher Fostorla Ohio the fast COWS AND CALVES 800 1000 This always colt Robt Emiuett by Ellers wat marked sited by an increased majority Mr Blaiue came along He caught ri oo3 00 drew the capital prize They would Best Grade several new counties were sight of me when a few feet away aud lie Wilkes first dam by young Jim go into the country one of Ihem pre Fair to Good 20 oo30 00 8 ooi5 00 nlded to the Democratic fold and recognised me in a moment although second dam by Administrator third cedng the other until he met some Common Best Veal Calves 5 00 4 75 no new ones were lost and while lie had not seen me in a great maoy dam Kitty Patchen by Mambrino oue Iu the road aud lie would inquire Fair to Good 4 25 4 50 Patchen fourth dam Betty Brown our neighboring Senatorial districts year Instantly disengaging himself 2 50 3 50 if he met any one on a horse posting Common and Heavy Ail went Democratic ami while from his friends he ran up to me and fifth dam Mambrino Chief sixth dam up hills of a lottery The answer would HOGS 4 45 4 50 Rockcastle reduced Iter Republi Â¬ with tears iu his eje jiut one arm Grey Eagle seventh dam by Browns always be In the negative Then he Select Butchers 4 45 4 35 can majority Madison gave the around my neck anil warmly clasped Bellfounder Tho price paid was would tell all about the drawing and Fair to Good Packers Good to Extra Lights 4 60 4 50 pitiful majority of 40 for her Dem- - my hand in his Calling me his dear 5000 thai it would occur iu Frankfort on Light Pigs 4 40 4 50 x ralie candidate for State Sena Â¬ old friend with a voice full of feeling Tlie monthly comparative statement the next county court day Then he tor Site is like unto tlte fire com- Â¬ lie asked how I was what I was doing of the sale of sheep aud lambs by would show the country mau the game pany that fought all night at a there and if he could be of any service Greene Embry Cincinnati shows and how to draw the capital prize big ire and returning tired and to me I was very much affected by that for July this year they paid for card and offer to bet him So that he worn said that by heroic efforts this hearty greeting as I had no claim lambs 616 whereas in July last year could not draw it Of course he would ES tltey saved the front door steps in the world on Mr Blaine and no they paid 645 and for July 1SS7 023 let him draw the prize card two or to and cistern Cause Over confi- Â¬ reawsn feuchexpect that he would hold For sheep for tlie same periods they three times before he offered to bet me in warm recollection I told paid 406 382 360 So as lambs Thea the confederate would appear dence and pure cussed ness him what 1 wanted he said lie would have declined sheep have and he would oiler to bet They would advanced attend to the matter aud lie was as The average weights are a little heavier pres3 so hard that one or the other THE MeCREARY BILL- good as his word for iu twenty four would secure a bet and the money this year hours my disabilities were removed be put up when the other fellow would Representatives from the Gov Â¬ I am a thorough Democrat but a sin Â¬ A prominent wheat buyer of this the ernments of Central and South cere admirer of Mr Blaiue fur lie was county stated to a representative of the grab done mouey aud run away in Tins on several occasion1 this Advocate Saturday that notwith Â¬ was America are to assemble at Wash Â¬ a true friend to me county and the court held them over standing all the talk that had been in- Â¬ ington next October to meet 250 each in to tbe with Commissioners from the Do you puller from comftda salt dulged in regarding the fly and cheat default Circuit Court iu sent to jail of which they were United States Government pur Â¬ rheum or other humors Take Hoods in the wheat the crop is unusually fine Frankfort Argus suant to the McCreary Bill and Strsaparilla tlte great blood purifier aud plump aud will average in the try their hand at patching up clos- Â¬ 100 doses one dollar It county fully twenty bushels to the Tbe great dynamite gups have rev- Â¬ acre This confirms our last weeks er relations in matters of trade and Gamers report o the effect that the crop would olutionized warfare As conditions now stand the peo- Â¬ CONCERNING FARMERS be unusually fine this year Danville Magic Chicken Cholera Cure has stop-Â¬ ple south of us are tributary to ped tlte ravages of cholera among the ireat Britain whose merchants In Pulaski and Wayne counties 700 advocate by Sold aud guaranteed poultry The Chief Braaoa tor the great sus ccss ol Hoods SarsaparlUa U found la the Hon Norman J Coleman of St Stockton Lay and sell nearly eyerything ex- Â¬ ewes sold at 3 cents Willis It article itself It Is merit that wins and tbo Louis ex Secretary of Agriculture has changed in tlte South and Central fact that Hoods Sarsaparilla actually ac-Â¬ In England Wale Scotland and received from the Minister of Agricul- Â¬ American ports Just what good Filler Sold by complishes what is claimed for It Is what YarsfH ay Tes Ireland the wheat crop is 7 per cent ture of tlie French Government the first class dealers Try them 6 cents has given to tliU tnedlcjne a popularity and is to accrue from the Wasliington sale treatexthan that ctanyoUier aarsapa Cross of Merit as an Agricultural Offi- Â¬ 8a conference it is difficult to per- - above an average rllla or blood purl aKi mA large number of hogs have lteen cer This Is a worthy acknowiedge reive As long as England does IVient Wilis fier before the public meut of Col Cohnans earnest work MATRIMONIAL- Hoods SarsaparlUa cures Scrofula Bait not las and the United States do bought about Crab Orchard at 4 cents while at the bead of the department of Shewn and all Humqrs Dyspepsia Sick tax importations just so long will Sheep sold at 2 to 3 overcomes That tleadache Biliousness Agricultnre Bev Dr Henderson performed tlie Thecrovs entitles the ex rommeree seek English markets The Texas cotton crop is estimated at Secretary to the salute by all the ceremony at tho Guutiingham-Cun-nlnghaTired Feeling creates an Appetite strength Â¬ ens thoNerrc3 builds up the Whole System That is a law of trade as inexora 2000000 bales At low prices the crop French military officers marriage Prof Williamson Farmers Xlooda Hnrrapnrilla Is soldbyall drug-Â¬ Lie as the chpnge of seasons in our will be worth 84000000 belli absent gists 81 six for 5 rrcparedbyC LUood Heme Journal zone The dominant party is At Richmond Vn lightniug struck Co Apothecaries LowcSMass Cot Craddock soya Iu the Paris Ken There has been considerable comment wedded to a tariff for protection the City Railway stables and 60 mules 29 29 lately on the decline iu Balti- Â¬ tuQkian Citizen of the Cuiiuiugham and as long as that is our policy and horses werecousumed We found a mores graiu trade and the absorption Cunniugham wedding England will hold on to the South A barn of Judge J K Slmraii near of traffic in corn by New York That goodly crowd of Richmonds best peoAmerican trade though we hold a perrons We conference every change and full Danville with 4000 wortli of hemp city gleans her harvest from canal ple the Bronstons Chenaults Estills whoseare authorized to announce the offices names are Tor the rates and thus distances her rivals but Burhams McCrearyp Capertons Tip-ton- Indicated subject found bekw of tho Deuio burned loss 6000 110 insurance to tbe action of the moon Leave trade free Smiths and a bounteous feast craUo party Louis Harp sold his crop of 10000 Baltimore is ahead of Philadelphia In and that country will get it whose everything and lead York in awaiting Dr Henderson is noted for FOR COUNTY JUDGE advantages invite and it is our pounds of tobacco to Cropper of LexÂ¬ wheat The steamshipsNew Glanystwyth 1 not being long wluded either in ser JOHN C CHEXATJLT ington at 7 cents from the ground up boa t that America has more ad and Byron have been chartered during mons or ceremonies and we suggested van togas than any other oonntry Clancy Withewpoon have oflered the past two days to come from Phila- we irere the hungriest crowd Imagin- Â¬ FOB COUNTY CLEBK oa encth Louisville Times Mr Broad bead of Wood barn Farm delphia In Ballast to load grain at Bal- Â¬ able The good doctor after briefly WW HILIi 4009 for the use of Miss Russell to timore Journal of Commerce alluding to the sic redness of- - till mar- RADI OS CENTRALIZATION MP OP FOIL JAILER breed to Bell Boy Itlagt tie securely bound the two in CAPITAL It Is not generally known perhaps one and asked for divine blessing JOHN F WAGERS Tlie Merchants and Manufacturers that trotting Is understood and trotting JAMBS C LACKEY first congratulation as In a recent speeeh Henry Grady Stake of 10000 for trotters was won races liberally patronized In Australia Weclalmed how to do so to an old SAMUEL BIUUERSTAFF knowing best THOMAS 8 FEHRHLL editor ef the Atlanta Constitution said by Hendricks in tiiree straight heats says Col Edwards Ther6 is a mile baolielor- JOHN HILL After partaking of tlie most Best time 21S j track at Elsternwick Melbourne uu- aM men I despise most cordially at Detroit Of AJBUOADDUS palatable feast which our Bourbon parNational Trotting Association ty GEOrUjE W MATJMN the demagogue who panders to the A careful estimate of the crops In 4 der oijjoyed so much from fast tho rail- Â¬ JOHN CURRY by the abuse ot Minnesota and North apd South Dako of America A good roadster will sell prejadtee of the poor road officials announced time up the rich But no man can note the n ta shows that these States will proba Â¬ In Sidney forSoOO np to SI 500 accord - and the leave taking with the FOR ASSESSOR 1 log to the style and speed in country of what bly yield 80000 bushelsof wheat There creaahment in this usual good wishes aud kisses were rap A J WILLOUUHBY no dlfflcnlty in disposing of trotters maybe called the money power on Tho present The fast train soon Id lyM exchanged WJJIAUVEY that the right of the individual without will have one indications are yields wa although the great pastime trotting pore jus to Cunningham Station and CBT0DQR of the largest of races has not yet grown to be a rage The feeling that tho time Is npproach JOELTEMBKY an almost faster Gray Eigle horse drew -- CONWAY DOZIEB corn ever In Boyle county Already There are plenty of good iBg when the ksae between plutocracy horses in the crop is made Danville Advocate Australia although few persons there us fj the grooms ancestral home D JUCE nd the people will be forced to trial was a party of seme 36 relatives has the Mr James Gmnam of the firm of are skilled In training or driving trot- Â¬ Thetp has not seen The world FOB COUNTS SUPERINTENDENT and knother fine feaet awaiting as roiaA of man conceived of each rnirae Labret Graham distillers has pur Â¬ ters All the trotting blood in Aus Â¬ J B HAHRie Nci slock sales Court day tiloas wesJiU gatflerlBS as are vvery- - chased of Dr T Steele lita farm coa tralia was originally imported from MR3AT 3ULUON - PALACE DRY GOODS STORE -- We have just opened the largest and most desirable line of-- Ever opened in Eichmond which we are going to sell IE3TODR2 GOODS IsTOTIOUS unheard at prices - of before Ladies are especially invited to call and inspect our goods j 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 be Â¬ Ladies Misses and Childrens Shoes go also Mens and Boys Eoots 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 deit 5 Â¬ and hear prices for the goods on ee3 oue Hat at one half cost at 49- - o ee e a it KO O e and they will surprise you tzbidiei Call and get you a Â¬ FIRST STREET ITEXT TO STOTJFFERS CLOTHING HOUSE THE ELJLCEl IS REQUESTED two-year-o- ld THE RESULT IS GOOD At Our Place TO EXAMINE Â¬ THE PUBLIC IS BENEFITTED THE -- FURNISHING OEPMEI 3STEW GOODS AS ITS SEEYANT- - WE POSITIVELY HAVE THE H JStrengs Aim Is Accomplishec Our object was to give LATEST STYLES AND AT -- Our Great Upheaval Sale was a great success the public the benefit of our advantages in our purchases We have sold more goods in the last month than we over did before The dis- Â¬ tribution was great Wo have added new friends to our numerous old We will not stop until every man woman and child that buys ones goods in Richmond is enrolled as our customer Reasonable Prices OUE ASSORTMENT OF SBIRTS COLLAES GDFS anft D1DERWE AE is tlie most complete ever offered in this city and to accomplish this there will be Â¬ j HO LET UP IS THE BAEGAIITS J Streng Never Tires of Giving Bargainsl at our own Â¬ we shall continue to olTar to the public Bear in Mind that H prjee OU We have in the last few days made many new purchases JN JT embraces everything nev and bright Kl K VV KA K THE PUBLIC WILL GET TELE BENEFIT We Make a Specialty of Flannel Shirts A Dressbe it Silk Satin Woolen Sateen Gingham or Calico I am the one you want to see If you want any Domestics I am the one you want to se If you want any CottonadesTowels Linens or anything in the Dry Goods line I am the one you want to see If you want a good Suit of Clothes for a Man Boy or Child I ara the one that will suit you If you want any Shoes Slippers or anything for foot wear I am the one you want to see J JJ t to convinced that To YOU WANT willwear one isotherbe We can please you IF wear no the most critical OUR LINE OF HOSIERY colors and two-year-o- ld id can not be excelled in sizes prices r Ts ftf If you want a Hat I can Hat you If you want a Carpet I am your Carpet Man If you want any Flannel Over Shirts or Underwear of any kind I fix you in every shape style size and color and the man or boy whom we cant please will have to wear a bonnet OUR MEBCHAHT TAILORING DEPSRTMEHT We carry the Best Brands of Hats will d is perfect in every equipment we invite inspection of goods and prices my locals found elsewhere in this 8fo Men Boys and Children will find just what they want and We are as a sample of what I will do If Low Prices Polite Clerks and at their own price in our GL0THING DEPARTMENT prepared to furnish you with a complete outfit and know we Good Goods are any inducement dont fail to come to the GREAT will do it if you are a man of taste and consult your own in- Â¬ BAKGAIK SALE which now begins terests As we cant mention everything call and see for For Prices I refer you to paper H J STRENG 52- yourself covmrorTOJsr - Main Street Richmond Ky 213 West Main Street Richmond mitchell Ky SADDLES A D RUFF CHENAULTSGORMLEY HARNESS AWDEAR has a complete - The old and reliable Saddle and Harness House of No fc SADDLES AHD HARNESS CO con- Â¬ Â¬ W PZCKELS 26 Second Street next to m Garnett House stock of -- Saddles Harness Bridles Blankets Whips Spurs Horse Boots Curry Combs Scrapers Oils and Toe Weights Soaps everything else needed by persons who handle horses tinue in their elegant house corner of Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky formerly occupied by J P Herndon as a drug store WCGORMLEY 00 Â¬ ales Ell arness Saddles Manufactured to Order MTcmBuira -- MADE TO ORDER of the best materials and by the best work men Cooling Blanket Horse Boots Toe Weights ISpnra Stirrups Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains Collar Pads Collars Blind Bndlcs Surcingles Gold and Silver Back les Harness Oils Harness Poaps Horse Brushes Sorapers Curry Combs Ridinc and Driving Bts it Â¬ WE OARPY NONE BUT THE aud none but the best material DEALER IN- used Gentlemens ladies and boys Saddles kept in stock Harness of every description Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and Trace Chains Hames Backhands ilated ware elc Special and us our stock I3 not large we are Bellybands Collars Collar Pads continually renewing it and therefore Lines Blind Hame Strings Plow attention given to our stock is ALWAYS FRESH Wa Bridles Whips and other things used on the farm DIAMONDS Only experienced workman em- SITOHG BEST GOODS Â¬ te Â¬ ployed nr a a hundred to sect from ranging in price from upwards If you wants set of Harness you have a 150 sets to select from ranging in Promptly done and In a workmaulike price from 8 up imanner All prices of Plow Gear from Cosh Paid for Old Gold and Silver the cheapest to tho best Some- be couvlncet Ihing entirely jnewin Curry Combs Dont loreet the nlnce next door J11G handsomest lot of jap Olotas to tbe Post oflice Jtfcbfiij and Ky DAVID CHENAHLT ever brought to Richmond 41- - If you wanba Saddle you have AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES BiyaiSfillforCasli i Exceedingly Low Trace Chans and everything else balengiHg- - to a complete Ml dlery and Qariweg Shop A ami in consequence our prices tire specialty of Light Road Track Harness Gormley made tie Iwrness with which Sue S won Twr great Buf falo racet awl alet3Mt with wh eu JffGlve ns one trial and you will Ball Vararaisedhirf from 2- f 00 to 5S000 Fancy Hame Bridfas Strings CO ALL WORK WARRANTER 140 f i -- - Jtt4 I The Democratic primary in Clark county to seleot candidates for the vaHou WEDNESDAY AUGUST 7 1BS9 county offices was held Monday The following noramattetis were made Coun- Â¬ Susie S did not win at Cleveland ty Judge M C Lisle County Clerk joe WT House wflt close on Sep- - B Ramsoy County Attorney f The Garnett Ogden Jailer A C Picreall Assessor rber Sara Hodgkln Sheriff D B Hampton Launey Clajr has been appointed store Surveyor D J Pendleton School Super Â¬ leeper and gauger intendent Charles E Lyddane Coroner John A Alexander Mr Thos Phelps withdraw from the ace for County Judge Closed Uy Attachment Monday morning eeYCral attachments Seventy shares First National Bank were levied on the clothing stock of W s itcl for B Whfle corner of First and Main streets N e ground and hMse on Jaacaster J McKces old stand amounting to about Uc e for sale privately See ad 3ooo The principal debt is due Mr B crosses theTates Owen McKec Mr White left home a T2cR N I rrctk file lour times between Richmond week before and not returning the credit- Â¬ ors became alarmed The stock attached J te nrer will not meet the liabilities The house Gcarcc r Farns formerly of tbk corn- - was doing a good business and the failure vo3 defeated for the legislature in was from outside causes unty HE CLIMAX Clarks Priaarj it - - t -- I - - -f- c r -- n v - r J r V Si 1 Sick at Totiekft Jjimes HReedWftyper for the Cap lUl ts go unfortunate as to have two cafes of iliptheria in his family his little son Taylor being taken first and then Mrs Reed The parents of Mrs Red who live at Richmond Ky were telegraphed yesterday and it is hoped that with good care both the sick folks will recover These are the only bases of contagious disease in the city and are at 1013 Madisoh street Topeka Kansas Capital Mrs Reed is the daughter of John Taylor A it - -- m V b IthCT Mr j WH Park of Irvtne - R Letcher came home to vote fcs hive won about every race caijviea smcc reaving nome was here inning material to buHd a reei- uis side of the rwer at Weedes I j tc r- ca- Fra He t f for natural gas by the Armer ar began at Berea last week A rr 01 neiis arc to e swot m mat k- - - v J je MacVeyhis secured the public din- -- z rjom on the Fair grounds and wIR frst cUf dimtcrs to the pubKc Sec r r icz An unusually heavjr rain feM here on In fact the rainy season which bexn at spring continues and August May Ixk5 four acres of good Muegrass land one mile from Fwtl in Madison c Tj House orchard and ether im IZ cnents See ad frtat Mr rv lc mm C t Cii Gum Wamcott entered upon the c 01 his position at Silver on last Thursday and will serve G J eminent for the next four years famous Col C T graeof the Richard isobc Q G way a companion of Daniel Boone seen on the farm of Mr S U ce near Combs Ferry in this L Austin has opened a furniture rg upholstering and renniehing t 1 a io5 East Main street Popes c 1 svid and buys and sells second hand f i re and stoves r -- z remarVably fine spechnan of pencil voik bs Capt AJ Mersbon now in his 6 ijear and without Sfectactes is on ex a lion at Smiths drug store It 1 is like a steel engraving xv one persons went from Rich the Parks Hilt camp meeting U 5unda The tram contained jeo iv en r reached Paris There were 15 oc 3 pc iple on the camp grounds rri II fans Ia c T c v It iac Steam Fans Co are putting up mammoth n their confectionery and dining -ner of Second and Irvine streets arr to be run by steam power and Ir m operation this week Joe intends all the improvements possible Tw DM by Ten Years ng the age of Mr Malcolm Mil- S asea in lat weeks Climax by accment of the figures the date of was stated to be tSoi when it hae been 1810 Instead of 86 d as the mistake made it appear a- onlyT79 ltrestal M v h to morrow evening A nice pro cram marked out and the evening will be an interesting one Miss Brown has V n drilling the class for a whole month Lt c erj body go Tbey Cnntiniie Je dass Bncjn entertainment at the court Helen Browns in elocution -- Whooping cough and measles continue western part of the county Child cf widow Kelleyhas died There have b sixty cases of measles and one hun dr I and ten cases of whooping cough re the two attack one child k proves sev re but neither of the diseases steelv I a proved fatal n tic Anklo Crashed Mr F T Perkins who resides at the -s toll gate on the Barnes Mill turn rTtc was thrown from a mower last Friday The right ankle was crushed and weeks will elapse before he recovers he may sustain permanent injury Dr Hoi ton dressed the wound Mower a cldcnts are numerous this season Pursued and Shot At street Monday and rode out Lancaster Tike He was followed by Cole Moores and son Overtaking the thief young Moorcs opened fire with a pistol and the Cither with a shot gun The thief oscap- ca ipio a corn field The horse was se- cured From i A man stole a horse hitched on Water Snsatra and Cnba re--- ci wrappers for his Susie S cigars The eat looks and feds like a fine quality of crown satin rhe Sanders factory turns uui cnoice ctgars and a great many of tn em x ed a small consignment of fine tobacco stweek from the islands of Cuba and Smatra There was oniy a shoutder loaJ of it but it cost him 300 It is for i P Sanders the cigar maker 1 Hacbine Shop Midkiffand M McCarty are ne Wiating with Myers Carse for the va cant lot on Mam street next to their plan Â¬ ing mill They mean to build thereon a machine shop drawing their water supply from the bigpring on the rear of the lot No more needed institution could be erected in the town and no better location could be found about town Let the good work go on SL Â¬ Gas at Waco There is no doubt about there bemg a quantity of natural gas at Waeo We iw it burn for an hour last Saturday and the Maze was a good big Strang one clear and bright The sand bucket is fast in twelve feet of sand and there k eighty feet of water in the veil bat the gas is strong enough to foree iU way up and burns steadily until extinguished Waco has a future A Hard Hooded Dos-Jailer near the pavemnC Mr Maupla let go a two pound rock it rtwcli the dog on the head and bounced aeahwt a larze plate glass in Dvkes grocery knockiog a hole ia it the size of your hat The glass cost7S- - The dog ceased to hawL The dog nuisance m Richmond is a serious one A great many things including tolerably sound religion are nightly broken byrock thrown at worthless de Maupin went out on the street in front of his residence one night last week to chastise a dog thatsvas howKn at such a rate as to disturb Mrs Msapin tio was ill The night was dark and Ihe dog was standing oa the opposite dogs Pioneers Wife Enterprise t The work of moving the dead from the McGuire grave yard to Riverview Cemetery was finished yesterday Eighty five graves were opened and the remains of most of them rc buried in Airervftw- - There were four graves Very hard to find they efc the first buried there pcrhans eihtv years ago but they were fc nd The The Bleclioa first perhaps the mother of the elder The resuR Of Mondays election in the McGuires James Archibald John of county by majorities is as follows For Little Sandy river William and other W T Tevis Richmond 13 Foxtown SS first settlers of this country She was the Union I4j Klrksville 57 Million 38 wife of James McGuire who lived at Total 33S For Roberts Elliston 1 McGuire Fort near the mouth of Tates Yates 35 Glade 170 Pooscy 92 Tottl Creek in 17S0 and who was killed by 39S Tevis majority Madison county 40 Indians at the battle of Blue Licks Roberts carried Rockcastle county by SB and Estill by a small majority Dr The Blorgan Re Union Phil Roberts will be the next Senator Messrs James P Tribble N B Death from the district composed of Madison erase D W Tribble Wm Myers Estill and Rockcastle Puss White Dudley Tribble Jake White James Tetis and Capt R B Ter A Confederate Darkey Kll attended the Morgan re union at Win- Â¬ An old darkey named Dan Irvine who chester last week They report about was a servant of the Rice boys of Madi Â¬ 3000 persons present and dinner enough son ccuntyj tn the Confederate service for twice that number with Gen John Morgan applied to the The Bourbon News says The veterans County Judge of Jessamine for a pension met in Col II P Thompsons grove on last week and was rather surprised that the Boonesboro pike in the suburbs and he didnt get one He said he hadnt were welcomed in an address bv Mavor voted as he fit kase he couldnt do so in John E Garner and was replied to by any peace He ought to meet whh the boys at the Morgan re union at Winches Â¬ uea liasil Duke Capt Leland Hatha way the welcome address on be terperhaps they would chip in and give half delivered Clark County of the Confederate him a pension Paris News Association and HSn Jas F Winn on account of the county at large At noon For 3Iammoth Cave a bountiful feast was served on the The seventh annual limited excursion grounds as many baskets were untouched to Mammoth Cave and return for SS round trip from Lexington for the benefit Because the old raiders brought no haver- Â¬ sacks along in which to take several days of the Broadway Christian clrttrch auxil- Â¬ The day was a iary of the C W B M conducted by rations away in joyous occasion for the greeting of Mrs J S Shouse will leave on Tuesday old friends who had not met for over August 13th at 7 a m Will reach the twenty four years and many were the sad cave in through train at 5 r m and take as ireu asamusing reminiscences exchang short route through the cave that night ed Take long route Wednesday and return SSi Thursday Special low rates at hotels The Rose Case For further particulars see Mrs C P Brief mention Of the assassination of WiHiamson John Rose a prominent citizen of Powell county was made irt last weeks Climax New Grocery Firm On last Saturday Mr J H Hagan Mr L Z Taylor of this county one of bought an interest in the grocery house the engineering corps of the K U rail- Â¬ of D Chenattlt Co Mr Dan Chen road located in Powell countv was at ault who has been the sHcnt partner re Â¬ home this week and says that Will Bur nett and Jim Combs of Breathitt have tires The new firm will be Hagan Chenault Mr Hagan is a son of Capt been arrested They confess that they John C Hagan and brother to Mr did the killing and claim that James Hall ex Sheriff of Powell gave them roo Hagan of the furniture firm of Collins Hagan At present they will continue to commit the crime Also that Hall on Second street but propose ultimate- Â¬ negotiated with Goodloe Citnbs and paid ly removing to a larger house The Iimi the money and that Combs left the new firm began Saturday Mr D M country without paying them They Chenault will devote himself to the have been held without bail A brother of Hall married Roses dauehter and a law yctrago Rose killed Hall The father Examine the Case of Hall was the richest man in Powell A pitiful looking Ihtle Tvhite girl not county and when he died Rose was the more than five or six years old is going richest We recall having gone to Stan- Â¬ about the streets of Richmond begging ton the county seat once when creat She is cross eyed pale and thin and excitemant prevailed over the trial of poorly dressed In a roost pathetic way torae parties who had stolen hogs from she asks please ir wont you give mc as a man named Combs There were onlv much as a nickel to buy my mama a loaf two sober men in town that day and one of bread she is poor and sick and has had ot them was Sheriff Jim Hall We cant nothing to eat to day She says her believe that he is euiltv of the charee mothers name is Elizabeth Cook and unless he has greatly dengeneratcd she lives in the valley She has been Dr Joness Funeral going about the streets for a month or A Cincinnati paper says of the funeral two and possibly longer As objects of charity are so few hereabouts this isolat of Dr Jones whom Charley BIythe mur ed case ought to be investigated If the dcied 1 1 has been a long time since a funeral woman is in actual need she should re Â¬ ceive attention from the proper officers in Cincinnati has gathered so many representing the county and if not she mourners as that of the murdered Dr A ought to be commanded to cease sending E Jones No man in this city was more the little girl about the streets begging for widely known His pride in the military record of his ancestors some of whom money endured the sufferings of Valley Forge The Kew Hotel Rented his enthusiastic interest in all military Messrs G W Willis and F H Adair organizations his public spirit and his on last Wednesday rented the new hotel prominence as an officer of the Govern- Â¬ and went immediately to work to arrange ment during the late war and since all for its opening at the earliest day possible brought him in contact with people so that They hope to have everything ready by he was everybody6 acquaintance It the 1st of September The finest and best seemed the most appropriate thing to ac- Â¬ furniture and fixtures commensurate with cord him a military funeral The family the palatial building will be secured The acquiesced Crowds gathered about the rental per year is only 2400 including ho jse this afternoon before the time ap barber shop billiard saloon bar room pointed The military escort consisted of cigar stand and bath rooms They have the First regiment Ohio National Guards already been offered a good profit on the and a battery of artillery Besides this bargain but have no thought of letting it there was a large attendance of the Grand go They have sub let the barber shop Army posts of this city Gov Foraker at S300 per year to Joe Mackey the well and a portion of his staff were- present known and popular barber It is thought Gov Foraker was a neighbor of the de if they chose to do so that the proprietors censed for years and had appointed him could sub let the various privileges for a Surgeon General The ceremony of a sum equal to their rental and have the military funeral including the march hotel free of cost The are live young from the house to the church with six men and it is their intention to run a stalwart sergeants carrying the body of the deceased his horse led behind the house second to none coffin and the troops with reversed arms A Frfehtful Accident ami slow step to a funeral dirge formed a On last Wednesday Octo Wells thir mct impressive scene At the First son of Mr C T WcHs of Presbyterian church only a small portion this place was driving a sulky hay rake of the assemblage could find room After drawn by a double team on the farm pf the- usual services the Grand Army ritual Mr Robert Miller out on the Irvine was observed and then the procession turnpike The team got into a bumble was formed The military marched a bee nest and began plunging Octo was short distance beyond the city limits thrown in front of the rake and his skull where a farewell was taken and the body crushed in A piece of bone three inches earned to its resting place in Spring Grove long and an inch and a half wide extend- Â¬ Cemetery ing across the lower part of the forehead A JInch ilixed Matter involving both eyebrows was broken in Â¬ The Lancaster News says Quite a and driven up under the uninjured portion of the frontal bone Drs Foster and sensation was created in our city on Mon Â¬ Fraxee found the poor boy unconscious day evening when Mrs Shearer and her removed the large piece of bone and sev Â¬ daughter formerley Mrs Buckey whose eral smaller ones before taking him from huiband was the manager of the Bear the field They did not think he could Man drove in from Richmond in search survive above an hour or two Whether of Miss Fannie Shearer and a traveling the forehead came in contact with a foot mtn named Deering who had eloped of the mule or a wheel of the rake is not from Richmond that afternoon on the K C Railway They got J I Hamilton known At going to press the physicians report our Marshal to go with them to Row the patient gradually improving with larJ where they found the would be happy couple waiting for a train on the chances for his recovery The pair took different roads They Know Ilim th would be brideretuming home with The Climax last week stated that a he mother What God might have join Â¬ gentleman from Madison Indiana had ed together was burst asunder written here for information concerning Moral Lovers should never take the his grandfather one R A Sturgus who Rciwland Branch of the K C Railway died here in 1824 The notice received a as an old gray horse overtook them numlfcr of responses Squire J H Pow Â¬ two hours after they had left Richmond ell says that a tomb on his place formerly The Stanford Journal says A drum Â¬ the Jason Walker place recites that R mer named Darian representing a Cin A Sturgus was born in 178 died in citinati jewelry house came down on the Was lawyer and Mason Gen K C from Richmond Monday evening 1S24 Runyon says that when he was a small in Company with a handsome lady from boy and went to school at the old brick tht place with whom he had seemingly school house out on Second street he fallen in love They went together to the passed through the Sturgus place now Sljelton House at Rowland and asked to the Powell place and several fierce dogs spfnd the night The host who was not hustled him out Sturgus was a promi- satisfied with the appearance of the pair nent lawyer and the other lawyers then toM them he could not accommodate at the bar were John Speed Smith Daniel thm and off they went to the boarding Breck Wm H Caperton and Squire hciuse kept by H C Gann They met Turner Senator Bennett in looking wipi better luck here and were comfort over some old army papers discovered ally housed for the night Hardly had that Sturgus was a Captain in the war thy been in their rooms an hour when of 1S12 Mr Austin Ballard recol- Â¬ thfc mother and the sister of the girl so full lects Sturgus from all we can hear of jlove -- appeared on the scone This of I Sturgus was a well known and popular cejiiye caused excitement on every side man is hU zy for Mr Gann wm much infuriated by Beattyville Â¬ Â¬ d - upon in such a way and the mother and sister who were not need- ed just then by the erring couple took It time about scolding the girl and threatening to kill the drummer Finally they left taking with them the unfortunate girl and the drummer pawned his jewclfy case- W1U1 Mr Gann for his appearance Tues day morning At his trial he was fined 20 It is claimed that lilts whole family beldrig to the rather rapid tiats1 and the bluff the mother end sister made was only an effect to scare Darain out of his jewelry which he did not mind displaying as well as what money he might have had on his person The lady who played the leading role in this one act drama is the same who ran away with the bear ihart a yuar ot so ago and who has since led a similar life interspersed with love aflairs of most ctry nature1 Mrs Tt B Shearer of the-- Shearer boarding house this place informs us that the above statements are greatly exagger- Â¬ ated She says that her two daughters went to the depot in Richmond to mail a letter on the train as the post office had closed Seeing some friends they went into the car Soon the train began to moVe arid the dlder daughter Mrs Dr Buckey came out but the other daughter Miss Fannie did not think the train was going and retained her scat But the train pulled out and thus the sisters were separated Mrs Buckey came down town informed her mother of the accident and the two secured a buggy and drove to Lancaster Not finding the daughter they proceeded to Stanford At a hole they found a drummer named Deering who had been stopping at the Shearer boarding house and asked him if he had seen the lost one He said she was on the train but had not then come down from the depot at Rowland the train hav Â¬ ing just gotten in Rowland is the junction a mile above Stanford and the terminus of the Richmond railroad Mrs Shearer and Mrs Buckey drove to Rowland finding Miss Fannie on the platform awaiting the next bus to Stanford took her into the buggy and brought her home Mrs Shearer says that was all that happened Miss Fannie Says she recog- Â¬ nized among the passengers the drummer or rather agent Deering for he was selling a preparation to render coal oil and talked with him The Journal is mistaken in saying that the runaway or carried away girl married the bear man It was the older sister Mrs Buckey We cant see hbw the matter got so mixed up The ladies are red hot bilin mad and we fear our neighbors down the road will hear somethin drap The Stanford Journal in a subsequent issue says Mr H C Gann says that he had no reason whatever to suspect anything wrong with the drummer W T Dearing and the Richmond woman until the mother and sister of the latter came as they had conducted themselves in a perfectly proper manner Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Ueirig imposed lare mule any age R B Parkcs Saddle mare or gelding four years old Mrs Eugenia Hume has returned from and over J C Meeks N H Rowland the West Saddle mare or gelding two years old Judge Holt of the Courtof Appeals and under three A E Hundley Boyle was here Friday A L Denny Lincoln Saddle mare or gelding one year old Mr Lycurgus Broaddus of Sumpter and under two Thomas Collins Joe S C was here last week tones Saddle mare under one year old LiN Â¬ it with the spoon ot melancholy put it to the bottom of your heart cork it with the Phillips W T Tevis Advice to ttothttM Cork of sound conscience and there let it Horse or mare colt the get of Yazoo Mrs TOssloWS SoonxniaSnitfricnldahnTf Miss Mary B Miller is home from Gas throughout Good aistern Three be ned when children axs cutting tcta It ra remaift and you will Instantly find ease S T Cobb W W Baxter squares from Court boase Oae of the Tennessee and Miss Lucy Miller from UereithaUttleraSereraiooce li produces oataral and be restored td your right sense once quiet sleep and the tittle cherub awaxeaaa blight best locations and neighborhoods ia Horse or mare coif one year old by Texas aa a button- - It is very It Bicbmood more These things are k be had of the soothes the eh3asoftens thepleaaast to tutepain Yazoo Robert Duerson Wyatt Embry gums tllaja all regulate the boveli and ia the best known remed r Mr James Jones and wife formerly apothecary at the house of understand Roadster mare or gelding four years furdnrrhcea whether arism from teething or Also Earlsoao Uahssasy Siioteari old and over W CJudy Clark W W Miss Pattie Gilbert are visiting relatives ing next door to reason on produce ether catties Ttrenty flTe cents a bottle in this county G5 street in the state of single blessedness with folding bed In baek A No I Adams Lexington L E Rue Boyle range Apply to Mare or gelding three year old ahd Mrs Nannie Todd Greene of Blufiton After repeated doses if not cured jump in Elegant line of light and dark Cnal 8 10 G W WILLIS Under four J B Chehault R B Terrill Georgia Is visiting her mother Mrs N the river and drown no other remedy lies at the Palace 49- known The above is good wc have tried G Todd this county J B Chenaillt Go to Lalors Cash Store for Grocer- Â¬ it Mafe or gelding two years did and Ad- Â¬ Mr 3ack filkln and wife of Clark ies 44 17 der three L E Rue R P J W Fox county 1 hate used 3 H 8 for debility re Â¬ are spending th wfeelfwith Mr Mare under one year old C M Shear- Â¬ and Mrs sulting from chills and fever and have Get your clothes ready for the laun- Â¬ John Dykes er R S Elkin found it to be the best tonic and appe- Â¬ dry tf Combined stallion mare or gelding Maj A J Reed of Louisville Mr A tizer that I ever took It also prevent- Â¬ C Green of Cincinnati and Mr L Z ed the return of the chills N H Rowland J C Weeks HERE IS MORE MUSIC Saddle stallion any age M M San- - Taylor of Powell county came home to A J Axlyx EureRa SpriDgs Ark bavteg beaght a dadge Embry H Dunn O H Chenault vote Streng still furnishes C D Ciibnauutiaterest ia the one third Dick Horubooker Is a respected and Mart Hr geldirig ariy ane Writ Hugties Misses Mary and Lily Logan of Rich Â¬ well-to-dThese are the additional colored citizen of SpringÂ¬ it J C Weeks S H Raidland mond Ky arrived oh Monday to be with field Mo He oays that one bottle notes Harness mare or gelding any ae Wm Mr and Mrs C M Dedman Danville ofSwiftsHpeciflc cured both himself ROLLER MILLS Rue Wm A Clay J B Weeks Mens Suits of Clothing street Danville Advocate and wife of a troublesome eruption of 500 S600 S750 8900 It Miss Amelia Gibson ot Madison coun- Â¬ the skin ty and Messrs W B Neale and J C S1100 and S1200 and having become a partner ia Um 81000 George D Prentice of San Jose Cal business of the same we beg hsave to Johnson of this city left Wednesday for formerly of Louisville grandson and Cant be bought elsewhere for inform the publie that safcl baeteeM Niagara Falls London Echo only living descendant of the great will In future be eoadoeted trader the Mrj 6 K Doty was at home Monday George D Prentice is in Washington less than S200 to S750 a suit Work on the Kentucky Midland rail- Â¬ from Latonia where he has becfi training to contest the claims Upon the estate of more Come and look at them firm name of road between Georgetown and Paris is since June 1st He says he came all the Ids aunt the late Mrs Fairfax Mrs 52- progressing satisfactorily It is thought way back to vote only that and nothing Searcy clal ma all 01 the estate on ac- Â¬ that the road bed will be completed by more Finest Fresh Fruits In town at count of alleged loans aud attentions to 79 the middle of September Georgetown Dinellis Mrs Fairfax Misses Pattie and Harber a pair of Mrs Fairfax in illness Times was a Miss Benham sister of the wife Fire Tornado and Accident Insur Â¬ A corps of civil engineers at work in Richmond beauties were guests of Mrs of the elder George D Prentice and 7 32 ance written by Powell Belle Point vicinity is warrant for rumor Julia Dunn last week en route to Leba- Â¬ We haveeoatraeted to have th bms4 married Charles Fairfax Baron and that the Louisville Southern Railroad non Mrs Dunn is now in Danville to Lord of Cameron in the peerage of pure and recent improvemeats la Miil Maehhio Ice Cream in any quantity ry placed at aa early day ht ear MMte Company is prospecting for a route to remain a week Stanford Journal 79 Scotland She bad no children and rich at Dlneliis Frankfort There i little doubt but the aud thereby the capaeky will he kurga Rev Mr Harris of Nebraska father of the Fairfax titles passed to Dr Frirfax The Freshest Cleanest Nicest Goods Iy increased L S will eventually seek connection Mrs Dr Akers this place has removed who lives In Prince George county in town in the Confectionery Line at with the railways at Frankfort but how with his family to Virginia Mrs Harris Md The present George D Prentice 79 Soon is tt present a matter of conjecture and daughter Miss Sue were visit Â¬ is a son of Colonel Clarence J Prentice Dinellis only Frankfort Capital ing here recently A younger daughter who was Powell represents Ten of the largest thrown from his buggy and A mortgage for 2375000 has been is now here killed in Louisville in 1873 His moth- Â¬ Fire Insurance Compauies and writes recorded in the County Clerks office from Stables and Curtis B Hume of Richmond Ky er was an Alsatian peasant girl whom Mills Stores Dwelling the R N I B to the Central Trust who has been visiting C H Breck and his father married in Paris in 1S00 7 32 Live Stock at Lowest Bates 30000 bushels of Wheat and Co of New York This mortgage is to Silas Cobb has returned home Mr Air Prentices attorneys are the Messrs Saratoga Mineral Waters at Dinesecure the payment oC2375 bonds of the Hume is interested in one of the 10000 bnshels ol Corn largest Birney sons of Hon James Gillespie 79 denomination of 1000 each issued by distilleries in Kentucky and is thinking of Birney who lived at Danville a half llis the road to the Trust Co The instru ih vesting in Omaha Omaha Bee century ago and who was the first MADAM SCOTT tells Past 31st mentrtith its certificates occupies eleven Abolition candidate for the Presidency Misses Rella Harber of Richmond and We solicit a eoatiaaaaee of the lit- Â¬ Present and Future Events pages in the record book and would fill James Gillespie Blaine is a namesake three and a half columns in The Climax Emma Offutt of Georgetown who have Birney was born and reared near Dan- Â¬ May he consnlted at any hour eral patroaage heretofore received The bonds are to run thirty years at 6 per been the guests of Misses Vevie Forsythe ville and engaged in journalism as a and Minnie Bohon this city returned on cent CO F0RMAN CHENAULT partner of Clement Polk an uncle of Rooms at 422 E Main Street Tuesday to their respective homes having 78 When is the time up for the new rail- Â¬ impressed the editor of The Drummer in the their many friends here as two publication of TheOHveBranch which road to reach town Donelsonhas a quantity of new sul- Â¬ is the question ask very charming young ladies Harrods ed by many There is olentv of time was purchased from Dr J J Polk kies surries and buggies of the newest burg Observer so far as the proposition between the On account of some free soil utter- Â¬ and most popular patterns and at very Gen Cassius M Clay for many years ances a pro slavery mob was goiog to reasonable figures 5- county and the railroad is concerned The proposition says Work shall be- the most prominent figure in the Republi- Â¬ demolish the office and it was resold Having sold an Interest in the Bo- Â¬ Elegant line of Fans at the Palace nanza Mills to Mr C D Cbenaalt gin within six months from the can politics of Kentucky but now set to Dr Polk to prevent its destruction Calicos at 4 cents aud up at the Pal- and he having become a partser in time of the election and the road shall aside for such a man as William O Brad- Birney went North aud Clement Polk the business we are desirous of settling 49- Premium List of The Kirksville Fair be completed to Richmond within two ley was in the city yesterday He left to Springfield Ills where he establish- Â¬ ace our accounts as quickly as poeeibte 18S9 years from the time of beginning The White Hall his home on Thursday and ed and published for years the Illinois Lalor buys Country Produce Bags All knowing themselves iadebted to us will please call at the Laomlry Following the article or animal ex- Â¬ election was held on the 2SU1 of April stopped over at the Gait House here on Farmer aDd died Lexington Drum- Â¬ aud Iron 44 17 Office No 26 N Second Street awt is first the name of the person iSSS and work began several months his way South where he goes on business mer hibited -Best French Sateens 22 cents at the settle with George Forman who baa receiving the premium and second that later so that a year of the limit yet re- Â¬ and pleasure The otd leader is yet erect our books in charge Respectfully Dinner at the Fair 49- Palace of figure and stout of frame and is re- Â¬ mains 78 of the person receiving the certificate E FORMAN SON Leave your baskets at home and take Col Stoddard Johnson and Prof J R markably robust for a man of his age The word best at the beginning of each Special rates will be given on family your dinner with J W Mackey on the ring is omitted in this report Where Proctor with some New York capitalists Courier Journal tf Fair Ground I am better prepared washing by the steam laundry three names appear third money was are to visit Big Creek Gap this week to this year than ever before The public THIN COLUMN Mr J E Dykes has an abundance confirm an arrangement that has been awarded booth has been handsomely fixed to ac- Â¬ of ice for f ale aud will deliver Home made cheese T J Curtis it every made for an extension of of a railroad The Prohibitionists had a Sale on Mon commodate the public with plenty of morning in any part of the city 4- Baked ham Mrs B F Tevis Mrs A from Ironton Ohio along the north side room and plenty to eat This dining day with only a small attendance Kavanaugh of Pine Mountain through the Cumber- Â¬ Young man you slHHihl bave your Why does the Princess Louise so often room will be kept open all day for Beaten or rolled biscuit Miss Bessie land Water Gap at Pineville to Middles shirts collars and cutis lauodried at Oar Grand Clearance Sale of Wall Because she looks for Lome ladies and geutlemco Miller Miss Bettie Little borough thence through the Cumber- Â¬ apper sad tf It J Y Mackey the new laundry Paper was a perfect duococo Salt rising light bread Mrs B C Potts land Gap Tunnel down Powell Valley to whenever he is away Mrs A T Chenault Big Creek Gap and thence to Caryville country lard and meat of all Nice Ask for Susie 8 5 cent cigar S 9 The President on Monday appointed A Home made wine Miss Dye Lackey This road is designed to open up eome M Neeley Receiver of Public Money at kinds new honey milk shake and The Mothers Friend eleven entries cheap croquet sets at A H Lalors valuable properties owned by the gentle- Â¬ Little Rock Neeley has been dead three Butter Mrs C C Chrisman Mrs men in question and will be a valuable months Not only shortens labor and lessens 44 17 J P Embry pain attending it hut greatly dimin- Â¬ feeder to the roads centering in Middles Boad horses trotters and runners Because we ami made ap oar miad to Is marriage a failure A6k the Earl ishes the danger of life of both Ice cream J B Walker Bro Dinelli borough Cumberland Gap Review mother every gooaj of Fife who married a daughter of the and child if used a few months before shod in any munner desired I have sell matter roll of the last ooaoaaa aaa to Co no at what price they The Richmond railroad has commenc- Â¬ Prince of Wales and got Sherbet J B Walker Bro Mrs 000000 in confinement Write the Bradfield just received an extra lot of four year go Drown BtaakicHtt at 5 eonta to ed to lay its track at the Nicholasville wedding presents the finest EmboeeeuGoMa at 15 John F White Regulator Co Atlauta Ga for fur- - old second growth timber for repairing Tbey all went the last roll of ooato taeai all kinds of wagons All work guar Â¬ Black cake Mrs R P Fox Mrs C end of the line The grading masonry Sold by druggists The High Bridge Camp Meeting has I her particulars and trcstlipg is about completed to Rich- Â¬ anteed at the very lowest prices Shop Coaeequently we bave C Huguely eight entries 8 11 closed and it was considered a success for back of Brookss drug store White Cake Mrs Wesley Hisle Mrs mond and as soon as the four iron the gate keeper and Sam Jones Nothing bridges between these two points can be Bespectfully F B Crooke is 6aid about the success of reclaiming 8febly S L MIDIOFF Angels food Mrs Willis Hisle Mrs erected the cars will commence running sinners Jackson Hustler w buinpany iias purcnasea an engine B F Tevis John G Taylor Rich- Â¬ BMS Weaknev Malaria Indigestion aad BIT SIJtFLY A TREXEXDOCS STOCK OT FOR THE BLOOD and ten cars which will be used first in The Cynthiana Democrat has this no- Â¬ Esff White fruit cake Mrs John F White mond Ky carries im- Â¬ Billeasoesi take its work of construction and then in the tice Lost Scarf pin the small dia Â¬ Mrs Mattie Alverson imovxs in ok nnTEns operation of the road This engine has monds set in a white stone as large as a mense stocks of Salt Lime It cores qolcklr inr rale by nil dealers In Home made pickles Mrs J P Embry Get the geuuioe medicine been christened the Kentucky River the bean 50c reward will be paid for its re- Â¬ Cement and Mrs J F White and no doubt will be the first railroad turn to the Democrat office Machinery and Im- Â¬ Have you been to the Palace Dry from the cheapest to the floest baad- Chocolate cake Miss Minnie Stagg engine seen in Estill county Those who 49- made goods in endless varieties aad at plements Sulkies Gear and Goods Store Mercer county Mrs J F White have seen it say it is a perfect beauty RELIGIOUS Silk arrasene embroidery Miss Carrie the best line of Groceries in Stagg Mercer county Mrs W W being equipped with all the modern im- Â¬ Union service Sunday evening at Bap- Â¬ the market provements Eagle Watts 41- Remaining unclaimed In the Post tist church by Prof Hagerman Silk kensington embroidery Miss Car- Â¬ Richmond now has a certainty of an- Â¬ Office at Richmond Ky week ending heard of in this or any other eity ia the rie Stagg Mercer Mrs L S McRob other road and that without cost to the August Gtli 188U John P Mortons will gives 40000 to Union aad remember county The Big Hill Mining and In the Church Home for the sick at Louis- Â¬ erts Jessamine Burgin Lizzie Miss Mountjoy Ansa HERE IS MUSIC FOR Y0D Milward Miss May Bullox P Mr Crazy work Miss Carrie Stagg Miss vestment Company Dr G W Evans ville TTc Not Be BooVer Nelson Marks Emanuel President with office at Richmond has Cassie Stapp Marshall Thomas H Streng furnishes it Booker George Dr Louis G Barbour of Richmond Embroidery on flannel Mrs J P made satisfactory arrangements with the Boggs Harriet Mrs Parkes Amanda by any in the land The paeHe gen- Â¬ Kentucky Central and with Cincinnati preached for the congregation of Dr E These are the notes Parkes Georgeanna erally are InvKed to iaspeet goods ami Blevins Thomas Embry Mrs James Stagg Mercer countM Green at the First Presbyterian church capitalists tq build the road The right Brandeley Thos H Reeves J yYour obedient servant prices All good fancy Calicoes 5c Rambourg Henry Sunday Danville Advocate Cook L J Hemstitching Mrs Sam Bennett Mrs of way through to McKee in Jackson Reeves Mrs Mack Cral Henry county has been secured and that county Elder T C Stackhouse of Lexington 13 yards Lonsdale Green Tick- Â¬ Cole Herbert R Ed Hume GEO m WILLGING SchraderJ W Strauss Chas Collins James Machine made calico dress Miss Fan- will take stock Work will begin about preached in the Baptist church this place et 95c Decorator in Faint and Paper Dennis Miss Mary J Stoat Rev Amos nie D White Lexington Mrs J J sixty days from this time This will open Sunday and Rev J F Williams preach- Â¬ 13 yds Hasonville Cotton 95c Ford Robert 32 31 Turner Mrs Bettie 2 up a rich mineral and timber region to ed at Davids Fork church Fayette Brooks HuttonJ M Co Turner Mrs Nancy 13 yds Fruit of the Loom Cot- Â¬ Johnson Dowe Turner T R Drawn work Sallie McRoberts Boyle Richmond and coming in competition Prof Barbour will fill Dr Hendersons with the minerals and timber along the Kelley Wm Thomas J M Mrs B FT Tevis ton 95c pulpit at the Methodist church Sunday B will give Rich- Â¬ Todd Leslie R Kates II S Oil palnlinff Miss Sallie Elkin Gar- Â¬ line of the R N I morning and Dr H will preach at By- - 15 yds Hope Cotton 95c TillettMaryE2 Lowrey Earnest mond those essential raw materials at rard Miss Estelle Walker Trider the lowest possible cost With strong bcetown at it and at II isles school house 17 yds AAA yard wide Brown Little Miss Mary Taylor W H Crayon work Sina Dawson Mrs J Martha Lacky Wm L competing freight out of Richmond and at 4 oclock White Rose Land I J M Collan Cotton 100 water works no town will outgrow Jlich Sunday school picnic at Green Hill McKinney M W Cut flowers Miss Sue Embry 52- near Waco next Saturday August loth Post Office hours from 6 A M to 7 p Roadster stallion four years old and mond Money order and registered letter M Addresses by Dr Henderson Prof Ha Although Mr C P Huntington only over J C Weeks Dr Roberts Traynor A Choice Line of Candies at Dine- hours prompt 7 A sr to 6 p ir ten days ago was quoted as saying that german Mr Blake Dr Ayres Mr D llis McKce 79 J B WILLIS P 31 Roadster stallion three years old and he was to do away with all of his railroad Zittlc Mr P F Adams and others Boots and Shoes at your own price at under four William Deatherage E H interests east of the Mississippi river it Rev Thos Cummins of Vicksburg 49- has just leaked out that Saturday the the new pastor of the First Presbyterian the Palace Ballard --IS SELLING THE Stallion two years old and under three purchase by him of the Chattaroi road church preached his initial sermon on OF THE Thenew steam laundry Is eqntped was consummated This line runs from Sunday and pleased his hearers He has C C Chrisman B H Neale with every modern improvement and Roadster stallion one year old and Ashland Ky to Richardson Ky a dis- Â¬ taken rooms at Mr A G Woodss on wants to do your washing tf under two S H Anderson C M Shear- Â¬ tance of fifty miles and connects at Ash- Â¬ Third streets o land with the Elizabethtown Lexington er Six spools of Clarks thread for 25 An Important Element 3r 49- Roadster stallion under one year old Big Sandy which is owned by Mr Hunt cents at the Palace Of the success of Hoods Sarsaparilla inson IU purchase may signify a great Bennett W T Ward James The Steam Laundry has PARIS SEPT 3 4 5 6 7 Brood mare with colt under one year deal more than Its surface indicates A is the fact that every purchaser receives EWIHG old R S Elkin Garrard James Bennett Louisville gentleman well up in railroad a fair equivalent for bis money The been completed and will do familiar headline 100 Doses One Dol- Â¬ to First day and Rockaway mare or gelding N H matters thinks that probably Mr Huntlowest Boys under freeyearsladies Misses pro- Â¬ stolen by Imitators Is original your work at the 10 Interesting Rowland Lexington George Fitzpatrick ington will secure the Charleston Cin- Â¬ lar price tr gramme each20day Eutries to purse Fanciest model stallion mare or geld- Â¬ cinnati and Chicago now being built and with aud true only of Hoods Sarsapa close August For information adInsure your property In one ofC 8 dress the Secretary ing any age J C Weeks W D Judy thus have a line from Cincinnati to rilla This can easily be proven by see aba next deer Id Gall any one who desires to test the matter Powells Ten Companies Charleston S C in connection with 7 32 Clark J W FERGUSON Pres Post Office and For real economy buy Hoods Sarsa BS Fanciest turnout L E Rue Danville the JChattaroi the E L and 7 28 W A Parker Secy parilla Bold by all druggists Meals at all hours at Dinellis 7 9 It the Kentucky Central road J B Chenault Boy rider Bert Ramsey Henry White A private telegram received here yes Â¬ FAINV1LLE FOR D VSPUFSIA FOB Phaeton pony J B Chenault W W terday afternoon contained the informa- Â¬ T7e Brawns Iron meters Physicians recommend It H C Rice is having an extensive dis Adams tion that the bonds of the Louisville SouthAll dealers keep SI00 per bottle Genuine Walking stallion mare or gelding ern railroad had just an hour before been tillery built near hir residence and will has tnuJo mark nd it creased red line on wrapper We wish to sell privately 54 ACRES good blue grass land in Madison coun- Â¬ Theodore Dunn L E Rue eleven en i listed by the New York Stock Exchange put it in operation by theteth of August Nicest line or Hosiery at the Palace ty on Four Mile road and Ford and tries Having taken s thorough eearsala and as a matter of course the officers and Jas Shepherd and Mary M Kerby of m Otter creek pike mile from Ford Kindergarten under Miss Adams ef Stallion any age McKee Traynor stockholders of the road here who heard this place were married at the Court Gasoline stoves in all sizes and at all Dr Phil Roberts James Weeks the news were very jubilant over the oc- Â¬ house in Irvine Thursday July 35th prices from the plainest to the finest at NEW CbTTAGE OF 4 ROOMS Lexington I will opes Fastest stallion mare or gelding one currence They were confident all along 45- kitchen and porch Smoke house and On Honday September Breok Phelps Gum Hamilton have purchased a year old and under two B II Neale that the stock would be listed by the other houses Good well at door two fine horses and ajiew wagon 1000 Suits for 500 at the Palace springs for stock Young orchard of a school at my home oa Third Street first nd second O H Chenault six Exchange but it was hardly expected so a span of to put on the mail route between Irvine A large and weH vent 11a ted room will entries soon and the news came in the nature of Twelve yards Green Ticket Lonsdale choice fruits be built especially for this parpose J BTPIRVESB Horse mule two years old and over R a most agreeable surprise to those finan Â¬ and Beattyville They mean to travel in for SIJ00 at the Palace 40- For further Information apply to style 8-Ford Kr S Hudson R C White cially interested in the road The action Miss LOULA BROffiSTON HERE IS MORE MUSIC 8- 236 N Third Street Horse mule one year old and under of the Exchange is highly complimentary The people of Fainville and Winston two R S Hudson to the road and to its President Col are feeling quite good over the prospects H Streng still furnishes B R R going to come Horse mule under one year old D W Bennett H Young who has all along of the R N I These are the additional it Let rer go gallagher Tribble maintained that sooner or latter the stock so near them Mare mule lvo years old and over R would thus be recognized before the stock We have got plenty of sand clay and a notes OS MONDAY SEPT 2ND 1889 From thk day I sImH do a strictly S Hudson J B Paries market where it would be viewed as A great many other minerals we have never Best French Sateens 25c at 2 oclock P M 1 will sell to the oaau Dueiaesa if tease BearthJs la Mare mule one year old and under No t Its acceptance is a guarantee of found but Messrs John Newman ard highest bidder AD Rl two James Denny R S Hudson the soundness of the road anda recom Â¬ Dr Stephenson are digging like the d 1 Handsome Challies 5c Jaly 1st 59 for silver but have not found it in paying Good Mare mulcunder one year Gibbi mendation of the value of its bonds Dress Ginghsms 7io of stock jn the First National BEk of Kelley W T Duerson Louitville holders predict that the efiect quantities yet but expect to in a few A G WILUAK 25c Richmond unless sold privately beJare Mrs weeks only a matter of time the Handsome Heariettas Its Pair broke mules R S Hudson J B will be to enhance at once the value of the that time Partes stock and it is generally believed that in silver is thero- - and some oneVill fiad it Shaes ami Slippers at afco desire ta sell privately my by and by Horse mule any age Scott Hudson rery short order par will be reached farm of 207 ACRES situated near WW open a Sttet Trbouoy Sefeoel prices Brookstowa the Sfet Monday la September first and second money j Courier Journal Your correepoadtw in company with 8U LUCY A BAXTER Wmi Mr David Nobie of Illinois Is visiting liis uncle tlavld Noble this county The new Steam Laundry Co have determined to pat the price of work down so low that everybody ean afford to have their work done there as cheap- Â¬ ly as elsewhere Special rates given drams of the quiet dishonor 1 quart of on family washing tf the cooling water Of consideration set On Lancaster Avenue opposite Epte If you want to buy a sulky surrey them over a gentle fire of Ioye and sweet- buggy or carriage call on Donelsun conal ehnreh Fonr rooms laree hall kitchen pantry and servants room en with the sugar of forgetfulness skim for he has the latest best and cheapest two yoffrig ladles found a remedy for love sick which reads as follow i It is rec- Â¬ ommended to take 13 oiihce of dislike 1 pound of resolution 2 ounces of powder of experience a large sprig of time 14 nniinr tun inTrnnour nuujtMULUi tunjut JPrivately II WW ftaft --WF9 r i IN PERFECT REPAIR MILL NOTICE i t a J o BOU FomaCliBMiGo U WE WISH TO BUY Â¬ Collection Notice Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mwmm I K m LL PAPER W H IT f ac IoOMMsML NEW GOODS Prices Lower Than Ever Farm Hair best LETTERS J Will Undersoil t SEW EOME -- Â¬ P M POP 52ND ANNUAL FAIR Ciitj ipiilta CELEB2ATED sooxE2a MICHfHh b Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ mi M ME KliflERGiSTEN mm 989 J BakStock for Sale TEHHS CASTS SeTToax ty 90I fl siiarcs 3 Laiks J -- aisle jPvWUU TAftMMtlB li tx W 11 i In THE LADY An Incident In WAS FOOLeE ALL ABOUT SHARKS A PR6TEAN DISEASE WOMEN DRUQ CLERKS PtH AND POINT TVTiIch Chivalry DotUnod Karenon Character of tba VTblte a4 Th Symptoms of ilriterl and Kindred I Nervon Affection Hammer Beaded Varieties to Be Imposed Upon Hysteria may bo described as a sorl-- j Tho Southern Pacific conductor on It wa3 reported the other wook that tho Colton train had rather a lively a Bailor cntrared In acranlne tho sides Ous disorder of tho central nervous w aot GRASS ROUTE lln experionco He was making his Pounds nr u Mwp ouiy Ul uio hn1uiii nf uieua system wheroby dvory part Of tlld UM wwi V Ctfifi Ul n In the-- usual manner fathering iiri tcone was drawn into thd water and body without exception may becomd tiokets and in tho end Btot of oho of promptly devoured by a shark This the apparent seat of non existent dis- Â¬ Shi r and Qgfclcst Xdnlc from Cen- - J tho coaches ho ran aoroas a lady with is not an uncommon experience and ease Mark wo do not say there is no a KentuV to Aft4ebiU North hair and complexion of pronounced the Standard reminds us that a boatÂ¬ disease but that tho disease is not la Wectami Sottttt Vect aubun typo many would hare called man has been bitten in tho short timo tho part Occasionally real disease of it red She was deeply engroseod in it took him to dip up a pitcher of tho part underlies the hysterical apÂ¬ -- I AST USE BETWEEK water while his craft was under full pearance On tho surface the pages of The Quick or theDead So common is it and yet so unknown and evidently did not notice his ar BaiL Wo are assured that it Is noth Â¬ rival so in his blandest toned tho blue ing uncommon for tho ravenous fish to outside the medical profession that coated official announced hU presence Spring a foot out of tho sea in order to my readers will be surprised to hoar - MaH w Hffwt Uy 12tn lVJ hy Ticket please The lady in ques-Â¬ Becuro thoii1 prey For miles thoy rtlli that this dnd disease is to a largo de Â¬ tion fumbled for a mlnuto or two in a follow a Vessel on the lookout for any tent tho rulo and organlo disease tho 4 N 6 No Ne 2 SOI X little satchol and finally produced d stray unfortunate who may tumblo or exception IHtStt CkaMH Ully iUHiu Sir Benjamin Brodio uso to say that pasteboard which she handed to tho be thrown ovorboard and so deep do conductor pa It proved to bo a ticket to thoy swim under the surface that it re- Â¬ four fifths of tho ladles of tho Ciota flaoa pa cjs pa u San Uornardino over tho California quires tho practiced ey os of the natives upper classes that camo to htm iikii 944 aa o r pa 42 at pa l iiiuili M any of the with diseasod joints wero Buffering Southern so tho man in bine handed to detect their presence 1a iiu h 10 57 aa Moao pa 4fP 11 40 an iOh pa Ar a These it back with a swoot smile exclaiming West India harbors aro so haunted by from diseased horvos only at Ar iimy usao pa a a pa tho whito and hammer headed sharks Blmulated diseases of joints and splno This is no good ou this road madam 11 a aa avs pa ik Ar Why not sho said sharply Bout rojB the least amiable Of tho one hundred used to fill Brighton Hastings Worth 6ata Ar ijopa ting her novol with a snap that njarly and ufty different kinds known to so ing and Tunbridgd wells With crowds Ar Ar ThU powder never varies A marvel of sent an infant In tho next Seat into ologists that It is dangerous to bathd of tfrotty and Interesting young inva Â¬ I l 45 P partly fctrtHiEth and wliolesomencnn Morr hysterics 6ven a few yards from tho shore with- Â¬ lids in bath chairs with a sprinkling nt Ar eeoiMMHleal llinu llir onllaHrv kit Is m Art of tho mashers of tho period in attond- Because this is the Southerri Pacific out an outlook being posted eannol be soM in compeUtion vrlilt Hie raul tMtHleK I f low let sliorl wetKln alum nnrt Yet the West African negro has been nnce and not the California Southern road I hioltl oiilj in canv pliplH rmwdem No I No known to face tho bruto not only with ho explained Nowadays thoso numbers have great- Â¬ RoVAl HAKlMuroWDEKCo H VallSlrret SI 21 New York The lady with Titian locks said that impunity but oven to como off as vic- Â¬ ly diminished owing to tho true char- sho did not care what road it was that tor in tho end All but amphibious actor of tho complaint-- and now and n tou lvi aa 8o 1 aa lv sho had bought a ticket to San Barnar the Bwlmmor cautiously approaches Improved modes of treating it An J 45 a m ii dino and she intended to go there on his enolfly and then just nt tho mo- Â¬ Somo time ago a girl of nldeteen had Til jsao a a it ThA nnniliintii trtimiTio In llirt ment when tho groat fish turns Ovor to boon Carefully treated for wooks In tho 1a iser naia Ar i 9451a occasion then told hor if that was the Boizo him his mduth being sd placed old fashioned styld fdr a diseased J WUiliii ill x o pa no a a IZHL sort of logic she was going lo uno hd that it is necessary thd darinjj black knee when ono day hoP slstof was td An t lartiMlci 51 pa ytjaa An rar4 n ra 7 4 aa would have to ask her to leave the plunges his knife into its white belly bo married and tho girl determined to laectajlmi 45 p a 70a am MSP For run loln deWHtated and overworked train as lis had no right to carry hor Tho pearl divers are also sometimes go Tho doetor shuddered hut off tho S1 Im rWt r i 3 a a 435r m women Dr Pierres Favorite Prescription U without some sort of authority from successful in thoir attacks on sharks girl went and tho I vn lVatMaum l 4 4 pa 507 p knee was well Id A ft potent 600 pm the boct or all restorative tcmica It Is lWI Fatal mill jopia PpccUc tot oil tbose Chronic WeaknesSFB and his company which try to soizo them Ihdugti It Is week It Is cases liko these that lead 633 pm 1035 a a Arr OiTlilmi Disoasea peculiar to Women a powerful gen Â¬ Arr 1aHMiatfl- - fw4 pa 104c a a 7 30 pm eral as well as uterine tonic and nervine It Til not go and you cant put mo needless to add stttSh a modobf combat to hysteria being considered a sham j Imparts vigor and strength to the whole system out sho shrieked and as the boll Is possible only when tho monsters do when tho truth is it is tho doCtOf whd j MAYSVILLE BRANCH It promptly cures weakness of etomach nausea Â¬ cord was pulled and IndhresUon btoatin weak back nervous pros the train came to not como in numbers and under tho is at fault in not discovering that tho Km tration debility and sleenlcsnessln cither sex a stand she took a firm grip on tho most fnvorablo circumstances requires disease is not in the knee but the iMlly natiy VtmCH ttfJitSli carefully compounded by an experienced It is Rxtn Kxsuu physician and Adapted to womans deHcalQ handle of tho seat A stalwart brake a coolness a dexterity and a courage brain organization Purely vegetable and perfectly x 35pa man was howover on hand anil tho which aro not to be acquired except Common signs and scats of this proÂ¬ harmless In any condition of the system K45 P lvw Oarlnutiiii rreacrlp ravbrite only medicine two train men joined forces and forci- Â¬ by long experience in such perilous tean diseaso aro pain on tho loft side p LtwinB 450 l0H is the - rarr ceo aa bly lifted hor onto tho ground 4i pm I Thoy encounters As a rule however it is of tho chest nnd near tho heart in tho for women Fold br dniirjrfsts Apt a 617 pm under a poaltlvc roar carried her far enough away to insure Beldom that a man who is so luckless throat in tho spine and particularly ITarli aB51 a a 6 6 pir every case or prico hntee of saticfaction in guarantee 7 opm has been that sno would not bo able to run and as to drop among sharks over appears in the knees tlJX refunded This Bomotimos ono of two - JfaqravUte 103s am s 10 pm printed on the bottle wrapper and faithfully get on tho train again before it pulled again Thore Is a shriek a white out fingers of th hand will ndt open and carried out for many years IU 12 So No For larpe illustrated Treatise on Diseases of away and thon they left her and Inado 16ok is seen Under the surface and a nri are quite contracted sometimes aft trOOYM HOUXR ImIIv Vomen JG0 paces with ICsSuu Ex hull bome treatmeou send ten full directions for a break neck speed for tho cars Thd above it h reddened crost tops tho next arm drawn up or a log Thoro may cents in etaraps Address Wobltjs Lew Mnjn vlUe S 5 a ai no pm AsjociAnoa CG3 SlainDispkssary Medical cnglneor was waWhirig the furt and swell which breaks against tho ships bo great pain or comploto absence of Street EatTaW Ki S7 a a xx pm had the train already started so thoy side and tho horror stricken seamen pain or thoro may bo comploto ab Â¬ 649 ami 314 Pr i5 24 boarded it on the fly beating tho know that thoir messmate will bo seen sence of all feeling In tho part so that MUltn TS am 3 38 pm Arr Part 740 405 pm auburn haired lady by about fifteen no more It can bo pricked ad libitum Tho 8 js aal 6 o pm Lattatcfcw - 1a yards for she had also made a dead la 3 ami 63J Jim It is a well ascertained fact that tho whito of tho left oyo Is often thus afÂ¬ aa 645 pm UaNaaMi M run for tho train as soon as sho was ekolotons of sheep pigs dogs and cat- Â¬ fected nnd the sufferer doos not know No m Iaavtw IrH4Ht IfcO a wl Arrl released The last seen of her she had tle which had fallen or been thrown lu When there Is palli a great sign Is IariaateMitM Kaerai Mtudar struck an attitude similar to that Ovorboard have boon recovered many that tho skin is almost always tender THAI X KOTOS NtS nu daily iKtwwi run daily TKtanVii and wIuhMI usually understood as Ajax defying days subsequent to their being wal- Â¬ and a light touch causes often a loudor bniseradaetMiali and IxiheUki tho lightning but thp anathemas lowed and it is on record that In tho cry than a deep pressure Sometimes tmmt wakf euuuci at Wibehe laa M V Ity M far aorots m Uw XN which she was doubtless heaping upon stomach of a shark killed In tho Indian there is a sharp cough always made TS 4 aaaJMfc tkta MiaerUaMi hi Lexington the heads of all connected with tho ocean n ladya work box was found worse On Inquiry about it The mani Â¬ MfOUTAXT Tntino of litis Him- - now r train were drowned by tho click click whlld in another the incriminatory festations Of this disease aro most iteaCttad aemrt IrtHn lb leulral Uniona of tho rapidly revolving wheels Ill vraarr Wanan ClMrniffti nuktrn-lu-rtHaLos papers which had been thrown away common1-- in March April and ferafl polM XorUi Kant mid West RlonTHLY Angeles Herald by a hotly chased slaver were hfcov May or iqkco Conner Oijanoe of Stitrietinies the diseaso is id irhrmajk Tlekts w4d ad RacKse Checked 10 aaar pawl reaaateal my h rullroml clecL ercd from the maw of an Involuntary seizures known as hysterical fits1 renf dOQgcr vif he THE TARANTELLA For fajJjMrtteatars adilretw or call en dv tra fcr btcKJMcaicigc Tccyomcri wltnoss thus curiously brought Into Theso arc characteristic A ball aaaataf Mk aamufr nxii An Ancient and Plcturcnqoe Dance Oriel court on tho barb of a pork baited generally rises in tho throat tho K II BAOON V U MOHN nated by the Greeks Trav las r Agt Tra Pma V AeC hook Ruysch one of tho most trust- Â¬ senses aro at any rate partially lost JaeiiuiaU O aflrruteiut IxlttRtim Ky ATIANTA CA In tho lower part of tho Hotel worthy of tho old naturalists affirms and tho patient falls but never hurts K K B MtHOsKUetiI iasa Agt CiBiiiBHtl 8 11 Tramontano at SorrOnto is a room tnat a man in mail homo lorlcatus herself She falls with prudence and 11 K IIUNTISUTON V lW Oeo Maiir where whenever the proprietor calls ho calls him was found in tho stom- Â¬ tho fits gonorally occur when there aro Ky K BCAKK AgU HicliliKMHl for them a numbor of Sorrentino men ach of a whito shark and it is record- Â¬ friends near and in the daytime tieral CMtiHiaMiieroftiiiiuerco BuilJ Tho I11C cininii li t and women come in their picturesque ed by Blumonbach that in one case a teeth may be locked together but tho costumes and to the sound of pipe whole horse was found It is undeniaÂ¬ unruly member never suffers by being timbrel guitar mandoline tho an- Â¬ ble thnt many havo been killed with bitten Original Designs cient lute castagnettes etc foot ample capacity for such undesirable Those fits often como on after tiOtno --OF ARTISTIC most prottily and vivaciously this curi- Â¬ contents and Basil Hall tells of ono norvo disturbance such as dxciio ous dance which has come down from out of which was taken tho whole skin mont quarreling over fatiguo shocks the old Greek days of a buffalo besides a host of other and even laughing which roally con- Â¬ Pliny the Elder wrote of it and de-Â¬ trifles which had been dropped astern sists Of a succossidn df short jerks scribed it most fully In his day it in tho course of the previous weott which seem td spread mord and more was called the danoe of Gades Sailors aro full of suporstitions till tho whole body gets convulsed Cadiz because It had been brought which touch the superhuman sagacity Somotimos hystorla stimulates doath to great porfection in that city on tho and incarnate fiondishnoss of this fish tho patient llos still and palo and Atlantic but he says it was imported how Its senses being acuto far be-Â¬ hardly breathes This condition Into Gados by tho Greeks who you yond what wo can havo any idea of it however is better called catalepsy remember had large settlomonts will follow ships for days when a death and is still gravor Leisure Hour around the whole of tho Mediterranean is likely to occur and dosert tho wako i up A PAINFUL EPISODE TBE SHORTEST shores and farand the Atlantic coast of etho vessel when no such good M in Hispania Lusitanla The fdrtuno for it is id the wind Vatoa tarantella In Spain is to day called ihe shark god is tho lord of tho ocean jin tviiackitern Kiperlenfc In the IlOlUa of the JlcCurdys the fandango and sd it is in Portu- Â¬ in tho Horvey island mythology and The new moon was making a feoblfl gal in Brazil and in all Spanish is whisperod that oven tho Chris-it Â¬ BKTWKKN America Curiously enough the first tianized Hawaiians will still when in and ineffectual attempt to piece tho dense cloud that overhung tho land time that I evor heard fandango airs the dirost oxtromity invoke Mooaru It was in the beautiful but bilious played was on a summer night in the the shark demon to whom and Orleans thoir pagan time May smiling May Plaza of Cadiz But in no part of forefathers erected temples and of- Â¬ spring another fit of tho sulks had Old taken Spain or Portugal or Latin America fered sacrifice Tho pearl divers TIME 27 HOURS will you see the fandango or taran- Â¬ of Coylon ompldy shark charmers winter was in her lap again and she hdi1 weeping scolding tella danced as in Sorrento It is to protect them whilo engaged was and howling like tearing ENTIRE TRAINS a lonely cat hair BAGOACrE CARS there in its perfection and It Is not in their dangerous work Marco sitting on a backyard fence and en- Â¬ DAY COACHES meroly dancing that you have but AND SLEEPERS they also sing tho popular Neapolitan Polo speaks of these officials under tho deavoring to glvo tho neighbors somo name of the abrromilui who received thnt airs for the dancers are singers as as wages a twentieth of the divors idea of emotionsagony rack tho soul in Run Through Without Change of disappointed tho first keen many of your readers will testify who gains At the present day they aro love Tho winds moaned dismally hoard them aTfhe Italian Exhibition called haibandi or shark binders and in London last year One of them n as tho divers would not enter tho tho rain was still breaking tho record 110 MILES THE SHORTEST fall- Â¬ in its six days falognamc a carpenter played most waters without being certain of their ing match and tho countrys FirsL visiblo 7 HOUHS THE QUICKEST exquisitely on the mandoline I think services the chief operator receivos a supply of contented men consisted BKTWKBN that I never heard tho air II Posca government subsidy of ten oysters per solely of umbrolla dealers and Amer- Â¬ AND Cincinnati Jacksonville Florida tore from Lucretia Borgia more diem The Tahitians deified the blue ican imitations of Englishmen walk- Â¬ sweetly and touchingly rendered than shark under the name of Aukua LGWZST O0NSIST3OT PEICSS TIME 2S IIOUIIS ing seronoly about with thoir trousers by this little carpenter on his man- Â¬ maoo dedicating it to shrines and rolled up OHly Line Rumiini Ilie Through doline Tho leader whoso name 19 priests and in West Africa Sleeping Car CinciniiHli to Jack- aro We tlm tarjet Iraile in Central Threo separate and distinct times Neapolitano is as I was Informed by sacrificed to Johnwhilelf rabbits Â¬ fconville Withnui Clmnge KeMltMky and guarantee ealNraetimi not sharphad Glycerine McCurdy looked at tho tho head waiter of tho Tramontano a ly watched it has been affirmed that j rices ami hiforma Lt3 Wnle hair dresser of Sorrento a local barÂ¬ somo of the tribos about tho Niger del- Â¬ clock Threo times she oxecuted a Kom liefore nrderiu any atyle of wirk ber of Seville The other guitar play- Â¬ ta will at fixed times bind a child dec- Â¬ yawn so frank so ample so unrestrict- Â¬ WM ADAMS SON Importers er Antonio is also a good composer orated with flowers to a post on tho ed in its architectural plan and front FHOM JUNCTION CITY TO elevation that it could not tiavo been 49 48 liEXINGTON KY of music tho little young fellow who beach at low tldo and leave it to be danced so capriolacaUy to coin a dovoured by the sharks which come in distinguished from tho involuntary CUATTANOOGA word is an olive wood cutter and tho with the flow drowning its cries with Delsartean gesture with which tho BIRMINGHAM patient reader of a London daily paper other male members of the corps aro tho noiso of drums Newcastle Eng MERIDIAN turns to the editorial page Threo times mechanics in various callings whilo Chronicle JAClvSON had sho remarked that tho storm out- Â¬ tho women dancers or silk weavers or side seemed to be subsiding but would YIOKSBDRG as married keepers of thoir probably break out again worso than MOBILE houses Tho tallest woman and tiwn THE SULTANS HAREM one over and contlnuo all night of the most graceful Cloe Conneolion Made at Kt w Or- Â¬ the wife of tho littlo of tho dancers Is Three Hundred TVlros Too Many for tho But Elongatus Whackstor still lin- Â¬ mandolinist leans Willi Southern ljicilio Raler of the raltUruL gered forgot to say that in addition to tho I and Texas Pieifle for Thoro is a Elongatus know It was lato but ho in Instrumentation mentioned they are Somo plot or scrow loose been TurkeyÂ¬ discovother has he meant Texas Mexico California accompanied by a small but very fair ered and tho consequences are being had something to say and ho hoard to say it if he had to stay till tho orchestra No one who goes to Sor Â¬ seen in 12 Hours Quicker tlmii any other Line a number of mysterious ar- Â¬ sound of tho early coffco mlll in tho rento should fall to seo and hear tho wholesale measures of distant kitchen rests and All he was waiting A collection ia punishment in Direct Connection Mwilejii Slireveporf tarantella dancers against the pross Tho for was an encouraging opportunity taken at the close of the performance Willi ixas itiiii rac4h Ky to palace uilhoiit Transfer for and all aro supposed to contribute at fact appearsfor be that a serious Sultan It seemed to havo como at last deposing the Miss McCurdy did you bear that least two francs each Paris Cor conspiracy Nothem Tezas Merico California American was detected in tho very nick of timo dull ominous sound ho asked in a Register and the West The ronltr IAno between The Sultan was so unnerved by tho volco that had a sharp ominous discovery that ho sent for Sir William tremor Queen Margherita of Italy Cincinnati tQFFor Rates MaH c juhrcm Sir Whito and asked for his advice Yes sho roplied It was a peal LAFAYETTE end FRANK W WOOLEY Queen Margherita of Italy possesses William answered that the Sultan of thundor was it not Trav lasi AkL Lfxlnpitin Ky many graces and accomplishments and could only live in safety if ho put It soundod to me liko tho bursting or C S IARRETl while she is well versed in classic and 7kt EaUr Tnfau En THMC CI Kaatrt rturt Pass Apt- - r hjittaiKMiga Tenn modern literature she is also one of down his harem not as a question of of a cannon perhaps a cannon fired Trav Pwltmanglnqpisg- Cars andletrant Eo morals but as matter of poUcy Glycerine ho ex- Â¬ tUmiug Chair Oars on 2tl ht Train the best violoncello players of the day seeing that it was impossible to prematurely if I should tell claimed fervently 2agn Wcant farlT Cars on Day Train J C Oauit 1 O EmvAitns supervision over aa you what I have been longing to say Geul Mgr Gen Pass ARt Wishing to pay special tribute to exercise Italian genius sho not long ago had establishment of 300 ladies Cincinnati O Tho to you for months and months If I published at her own expense for tho Sultan who is practically a should give utterance to tho feeling education of hor son an elaborate edi Â¬ monogamist would be glad enough to and Is in my heart would would it IT tie C L St L Jt C lUHmj BI5 Foax tion of Dantes works containing much get rid of Ms 299 brevet spouses but that liko seem like a premature er a4 Ta4li Use that lias been written about the poet the customs of his dynasty forbid him tlMawi Bmkt Steraae Can TaHnian Hedinir No sir it wouldnt thundered old with tne reproduction of every pict are to do this On his birthday and on Captain McCurdy t hair Corn and Bapgiir Can all nm Second Cn Xn Ftnt Oaas Coacbu throorh Claw thrusting his head inspired by him She is also an ardsnt twenty other days in the year he in Â¬ liiaaia innBe bclweca Ciaonnati and SbLmii There wouldnt bavo patron of the arts and industries of hor variably receives from his mother tho Into tho room promaturo any thing Elognnt Reclining Chair Cara about it if country and under her fostering care present of a beautiful slave and this been a aVaaJj you had been fired out of hero threo the manufacture of Burano lace once young lady has forthwith to bo trans- Â¬ Cincinnati HI ago that apparently lost was saved from extinc- Â¬ ferred to his establishment in the ca-Â¬ hours legged Look at topped clock you T1A THE TORNADO giraffe stork sorrel ad I It W Short Uaa f f tion Hor alms giving is munificent pacity of harem dame with a house- Â¬ GIU CommocJIous Reclining Chair Cars but practical and in her religion iho hold of her own consisting of at least You clothing storo dummy got Whilo And Elongatus Whackstor cnwi- Mis neither a bigot nor a f roethinkier four eunuchs and six female sorvants the wind sobbed andthe clouds wept Seven Sslendid Companies hittH PctriLlib i EeoM lews Her attitude toward public questions to say nothing of horses carriages and all nature lifted up her voico and Via SHEUJ0I7 has been so wise and politic that sh- is and grooms Multiply r 1 ftt UJtC caTrATUPti Elongatus silently took his North AmericH - Piiiladelpliia generally loved by tho people and the these households by 800the numbor of grumbledwent and it ceases hat and forth into tho growsome i Mfwro Rt loafs and rrorla eloe aai 1b Springflold - Massachusetts greatest criticism made of hor by jier lo bo astonishing that the expenditure bm caaarrlleni are mtde with all IJatf U darkness of the night Chicago Trib tfcj cftlrTt 1Ttt aad Kactbwfrt ar New York enemies is that sho does not dress in of the Sultans civil list should amount tme Gerinnia II - j iaUt4Spaaii1iUrrlsdfiiriiti to 4000000 a year A large item in Conneotiout - - - Hartford good taste Harpers Weekly Manwd at im Ticket Ofice C 1 St L jAv - - - New York this sum represents the dowers which Lack of Courtesy to Wives Niagara nlVjalaam iliccxtaIlCoBpoa Ticket trltca hrmrlwit the cooatry Amazon - - - - Cincinnati Superstitions Curse Was on H m the Sultan pays to his slaves when A Western woman talking of tho JCMK EC AH CesI rut aad Tkt Artnt Pennsylvania - - Philadelphia Swipsey Yea mum Tm lookin for he marries them To favorite of lack of courtesy on tho part of hus Â¬ fkuuls about 100 girls are married work Tm poor an most starvbd When I from tho palaco yearly and each of bands to their wives says ROCK BOTTOM RATES A8BXTS WANTED F6R THC BUOK Cant ye get me somo grub an a jobr them is entitled to receive 10000 think I have a hard time I just think Farmers wife handlug out a gfcn of the women who havo no servants nxr Office at Partners National Bank orous tho meal Poor fellow Eat Stls Unfortunately from bridegroom who but who themselves care for tho takes a wife the Sultans hands and then my husband will give Call and seo us before placing work at thirteen dollars a month tou must at hia earliest convenience moke children wash iron cook mend po a present of a slave to keep the staff of churn milk carry wood and water your insurance needs a man ail tor less than an Irish servant girls Swipsey fata 6afo distanced XrrisA the imperial seraglio up to Its proper vieges Of course men appreciate BDRNAM HUME figure Tho Sultan loathes the whole me mum Pm ashKacd to own It ut thing but what is ho to d5 There their wives of course they do but VALLEY N B Milling property and im a bit superstitious an I couldnt they keep their polite manners and Tfce3rSd mot complete iletory of country stores a epooiaity take the job cause thirteen is an in are too many vested interests engagedÂ¬ courteous ways for other mens wires the Graat Fleo4 PaKbed in Enplkh in keeping the imperial harem sup- Cine lucky number Juf gi 32 31 time James tbankedme for saving Mat German CenUinn ever 503 PSC plied with wives and if the Sultan mum room beside me at CO MaatntUtms and reUiU for concert It twilllrfta mrrft umAflnnnfl iVtA were to cashier his entire femlo es- Â¬ him then sortof apologizedthe or being SMtatifBl fall Cilt tli41aa A genu jood judgment to cure clover cheaply tablishment he would certainly bo deÂ¬ and by sayidg he thought it was my vrrViK rrvnr ether Klood book ebotdd polite and nicely than to euro timothy out posed or murdered Glasgow Herald sister Mary fcvja 2 cent is stands 1 cr car and ee Itaw aoperior it u to the one jrcu ltlshetter hayTPba you get It for iott Hbcral term tHowed Vermont olftims to produce more areseJHAe Partial oavmenteseesi bard enenwh TWO KICI3 ICOTTAgfES rf four most purposes and it leaves the Ufed asy ether Starts rooms each Apply le in lar better cenatuoa fee taeiotkjrr rcKSSsz accyftxry le tMesohoolbej but be finds them J butter Bnuslly 8- caPOWBLL Cmciwiati Ohio mg crops iiurai ew rf f jt laiasf fttp whoa as grow up ruokj iiftce uniQB KEHTyCKi CEHTRlt flifl BLUE Et Lexington Cincinnati Saa Areordtnc to Mala Authority They OIVC Batlifactlon to employers Why dont you employ female drdjr clerks asked a Washington reporter of a druggist the Other day That has been tried In sonid cities was tho reply and has worked very well but somehow female drug clerks have not yet become a fixture in Wash Â¬ ington I never had but ono applicaÂ¬ tion for a position by a woman and eho was a graduate of a Chicago col- Â¬ lege of pharmacy I dlnt employ hor not because I had any objection to takr inga female clerk but because I had ho Vacancy I don t know of but ono druggist in tho city who has employed a woman behind his counter and she was at tho soda fountain Is sho still there asked tho reÂ¬ I M rpa POWOEi Absolutely Pure People flatter us because they cau ioyend on our credulity Tacitus Enthusiasm is good to ralso men upon but discipline is tho only thing ia fight on Beechor Affection goes into bankruptcy 1 Think Carefully and buy from usT when it marries for money and fails 2 Decide Wisely The Best ia the OliBarjeaL to get It N 0 rioaytf ud To know how to be silent Is mord 3 Act Immediately When Bargains areCjjpTered difficult and more profitable than to 4 Work Diligently Until You Reach Our rjiTca 216 WMn know how to speak Lea Good manners include not merely 5 Deal Honestly Is Our Motto pleasant things said and done but un- 7 Investigate Thoroughly If You Do Not Know Us pleasant ones- - left undone It is gonorally the Idlo who com S Buy Frequently If You Would Please Us plain that they can not find time to do 9 Sell Reasonably Has Ever Been Our Aim that which thy fancy they wish Once a Wedk 10 PAY PROMPTLY Is Our Earnest RequesL Thero is no mord objection to porter poking a bit of wisdom in between No I dont think sho was a suc- Â¬ mans ribs than pounding it in through Follow the TEN COMMANDMENTS thoy will ultimately lead i a cess Ivo no doubt sho attended to his skull to success and and make us linppy hor dutlos but you know men aro pe-Â¬ In this world tho young man who culiar Soma liko to kick and swear is always Intending to do something at the clerk and thoy cant do that at becomes tho old man who wonders why d woman THE 10 COIMANDIEKTS 3ia But tho regdfar buslBess of -- 1 -- anl fiaa rP InH 7aal - imm said pounding prescriptions porter Cant a woman do that as well as a man I soo no reason why sho shouldnt She Is quick and apt to acquire knowl- Â¬ edge she has n good memory Is caro ful in mnkinrf her measures nnd can certainly mix tho pills powdots Of 80J lutlons that may bo ordorcdi A wom- Â¬ an too is naturally neat and would be of value so far as the fancy articles usually fdr sale in a drug store go But dont you know a drug clerks life is an awful hard ono I stay id this store from nine oclock In the fiiorrii lrig until Hflcr nlidrilghtj and 1 am on my feet nearly all tho time Nflw that would be very wearing on a wom- Â¬ an and I doubt if many of them have tho physical endurance to stand such a tour of duty day in and day out right fcoiri thd Fo through tho year Still ho continued as tho reporter jotted down soma notes I havo no doubt that many womon if they should graduatd id phafmacyi could manogd a drug storo as successfully as a iflarl- more so than a good many men but then sho would havo a male clerk and dont you forgot it Why so Because she would put moro con Â¬ fidence in a mad than she would in onn of het- - Own sdxi Thats tho way with womed But thcto is 6ne Other dif ficulty that stands in tho way Of a womans success as a drug blorki By a groat many people wo aro considered in tho light of a pbysiciad and men and woman tot consult lis lust tho same as thoy would a regular doctor THo majority of women havo not as much confidence In a female as in a malo physician oven in regard to their 1 dorft kioV own peculiar ailments that this should be but It Is and you see how it would operate against a female drug clork so far as her own sex is concorncd while men of course would not consult her at oil All these obstacles may be removed In timo and we may havo many female drujrclorks ashington but it will not bo this year -W- r 1 ho noverTeached success NO statd cad bd mora destitute than DEALKRS IX that of a persdd who when tho delights of sense forsake him had no pleasures ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE of tho mind Burgh In all ovils which admit a remedy W00DENWARE HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS Impatience should bo avoided becauso Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Tools and Material it wastes that timo and attention in complaints which if properly applied ALL KINDS ot METAL ROOFING and GUTTERIXL might remove tho cause Johnson FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS PLOWS The water that flows from a spring doesnt congeal in winter So thoso nAY RAKES WHEELBARROWS Bcntiments of friendship which flow FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC Li from the heart can not bo frozen in ad vorsltyi Nt Y Ledger It Is hard for ft haughty man evor LOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET AND YOU WILL FIND US to forgive one that has Caught him in a fault and whom ho knows has rea Â¬ son to cornpldlrt of him his resent- Â¬ ment never subsides till lid iias re-Â¬ 10 18S0 n gained the advantago ho has lost and RitlCtoND Kym July found moans to mako the other do him equal wrong Bruycre fi rerrt--i--rgfI A aW lWSf aaa There are great things and littlo things as men soo things but tho greatness and tho littleness are of toner in the seeing than in tho seen Littlo things reo often great to littlo minds in a littld way but little things are great to great rdirlds id a groat way SHACKELFORDGENTR SEACZELFOEDGEIsTTEY an Trifling Is trivial Only to him so trivial as to bo a trlfler Who- iu - S at ffECjLLflTORaf VSaKK4 Sickness Lf t Tlmo3 Do yon Lots of Fun Visitor Kan havo any amusements out hore satt I should say Had a fight over the county seat last week and three men wero killed hung four horso thioves yesterday and to night wo aro going td take a couple of fellows out and whip the hide off of them I guess wd hard our share of amusements f l VsSSs A 1 corner1 1 W -- 5 l 1 W IJ T --T IV 1 1 T 1 I I M I j 1 Trnr KT jLHjirit COR MAIN rn jii rTrT T7o r wju u jj iv cmiifT iuuivnir o rnmfBn oiini RICHMOND KENTUCKY u FIRST STS taking It thd year through Drakes Kew and Stir MONUMENTS In Granite and Marble iLES 8 Hours the Quickest Ciicimli h Class Woitiuski se lve THJE SHOUT L1TE THE The Most Recent and Interesting Moral Fnd In Enjrtand When tho history of English horti- Â¬ culture in tho nineteenth century com os td bd written its remarkable feature will bo the position hoid by thd orchid family In a period of less than fifty years tho cultivation of orchids has dovelopcd into almost a passion and has become an Important commercial industry Thoro aro mill- Â¬ ions of pounds invested in orchids in England alono Collectdra aro in all parts of the world searching for thdtlii Thoy are objects of interest to all classes of the community Thoro aro a fow horticulturists who profess to dospiso Orchids and who constantly discover that a reaction against them is setting in But thosd plants aro moro popular now than ovor and this popularity seems on thes increase And yet thero is no orchid society in England Such plants as chrysanthemums carnations auricu- Â¬ las and roses havo each their own so cioty Weak efforts to start an orchid society havo boon made but thoy came to nothing Thore is however special representation promised for orchids now the Royal Horticultural Socloty having decided to appoint a committee of specialists to adjudicate on orchids alone That Such a committee is wanted is abundantly evident Tho number of mon who possess a knowl- Â¬ edge sufficient to enable them to docldo which orchids aro good and which bad what is now and what is simply an old plant under a new name is quite lim- Â¬ ited When one remembers that at the present timo there are close upon two thousand species in cultivation not to mention the most countless va-Â¬ rieties and hybrids the necessity for tho stop which tho Royal Horticultural Society is about to take must bo apÂ¬ parent Garden and Forest ORCHIDS L ATESTi Magazine It is tho bii3y men who kdop the world moving It Is tho busy mon who sustain socloty and tho busy men are the projecltfrS of the progress and improvement Tho iaiy jflatt Is al- Â¬ ways full of trouble He is noVoi ftfi tont with himself Ho never succeeds Ho has fault to find with every ono but himself Besides being a burden to himself ho is a pest to society for when he is too lazy to earn for him- Â¬ self he then begs for charity 1 Hasnt a corner on CLOTHING but he has CLOTHING on a Corner and the f I Best Corner in Town POB 6 ETIGEST OF 11 THE GOLDEN PAGODA FITS STYLISH SUITS Reasonable Prices flit Aw iUlJ i7Q UlZiU F k PROFIT SHARING Its Educational Effect on Workmen Whose The question is how to broaden the view of the working manarousoln him personal Interest in hia employment and to discipline him in the plain prin- Â¬ ciples of political economy Tho method of profit sharing is ono of tho most if not the most fertile means to this end The fact that it compels an semi annual or quarterly annual statement of tho business of tho establishment in which ho is employed gives hlra food for thought and materi- Â¬ al for calculation and comparison Tho fact also that somo years tho business may result disastrously and thero remain no profits to dlvido may bo tho most valuable discipline of all by proving to the working man that business Is not always profitable and suggesting the question how far this result may be duo to his own lack of skill and persistence Any thing which will prompt tho working man to think which will awaken In him an interest Inhis work which will substitute an active con- Â¬ cern for tho sodden share ho so of ten takes in his omploymont and which will bring him and his employer into closer and more sympathetic relations ought to bo heartily encouraged Tho profit sharing method of accomplish- Â¬ ing theso objects has been tried with success in other industries and the re- Â¬ sult of its introduction In the Bourne mills in Fall River will be watched with a keen interest by every friend of labor If it can be made to succeed in that hive of Industry whero there are thirty five mills 18139000 capital in vested 500000000 yards of cotton pro duced annually 18640 employes andJ the weekly pay roll reaches 105000 thoro will be no reason why It can Philadelphia not bo dono elsewhere Press Â¬ -- Minus Need Rroadenln Indianapolis - Something About tlld finest lludlhlst Monument In thd World and Tho Burmese ar Buddhists every Burmese man is supposed at gomd time in his llfo to bo a priest The education1 til tho children is by tho priests and the bulk bl thd popu- Â¬ lation get their education in thd mo Â¬ You find Buddhist nastic schools monasteries and Buddhlat temples everywhere and thero Is hero at Ran- Â¬ goon tho finest Buddhist monument in thd worldi It ranks with the Taj Mahal as one of tho gfdat curiosities of India and it is tho oldest and fihdst place of worship In Indo China It is tho Shway Dagohn pagoda or tho Imagine a mountain golden pagoda of gold rising terraoo after tcrraco from a mighty platform and growing smallef as it goes upward until it at last pierces the skies id a golden spire tho top of which is threo hundred and seventy feet from the Make the base so largo that ground it is a quarter of a mile around its out- Â¬ er golden rim and let the slopo of the terraces go upward in tho boll like stories to tho distance of ono hundred feet from the ground There is not a block in your city as large as tho base of this monument and Its top is higher than any building in America save the monument at Washington Its eplre is tailor than that of St Pauls Cathedral at London and tho whole glistens under the blazing sunlight as though It were solid gold At its top thero is now a scaffolding for the great golden umbrella which tho last King of Burmah before Thebaw gave to it is being restored to its place and the jowelers are working upon this in the sheds at its base This umbrolla is a great cir-Â¬ cular piece of gold which is studded with jewels any ono of which would bo a fit wedding present for a Princoss It cost moro than two hundred thou- Â¬ sand gold dollars when it was mado eighteen years ago But not long slnco tho wind shook it from its moorings and jewels and goIt came down to tho ground This mighty pagoda has cost millions of dollars It is of brick and stucco covered with gold leaf as fine as that ever put into an American tooth and as costly as that which covÂ¬ ers tho now gold frame which surrounds Mrs Hayes picture in one of the White House parlors It has been regilded again and again and if its tons of ma- Â¬ terial could bo put through ono of the great quarts mills of Denver It would yield as much good ore as a California mine F G Carpenter In Cloveland Uq Han 11U UUll III Man nr flmr UiUll Ul UUJ I jJSTJZ STJX37 JUSTST CS SJ I CHe w has been in the business here in jfe r lv what the people want and buys to suit their tastes Ci tt hm44 i vrriTW W 23sfTfc9Jcr mrh AgmiM Jl0 iSb M ii jj 1 rmrye Trr ttaut irrrmtT rho-r m lUUUO uuuu juu JJU msi ttai UIUIO iJl out uutuu iaj ttuuepu Ccuj uave Jf LX TT Is to NAME TOUB PILE and it neednt be iarere ana w a wi tiTh wui give a- - JSr cm 4t Ji JIV RODBSDAL Hi THE RODESDALE ADDITION IS NOW ON THE MARKET NONE WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE ELSE NEED APPLY LOTS wenty Six Lots 50x250 Feet Will be sold on following terms Twenty Five Dollars cash balance In installments of 150 ou Saturday of each week to be paid to Dr W G Whlte8ecre L Corporation who will receipt for the money tary of the Richmond B No interest will be charged on the purchase money until after the expiration a 14 months from date of sale thereafter 6 per cent will be charged on the pur chase money remaining unpaid By this method parties can buy and pay fot a good lot nt a small price on easy terms without interest and free ot city tax Any young roan in Richmond can buy one or more of these lots and pay for it without feeling the burdeu In the very near future this property will be worth much more than it is now selliug at The city is rapidly extending ia that diFor further Information call rection and will ultimately absorb Rodesdale ou W G White E W Wioqins or Stephen D Parkish Richmond Ky Â¬ Â¬ 48- - BRECK PHELPS Leader THE EARL OF ZETLAND Short Btocraphlml Sketch of tho New Viceroy of Ireland Irelands new Viceroy Lawrence Dundas third Earl of Zetland and Baron Dundas in the Peerage of the United Kingdom and a Baronet was born August 16 1844 Ho Is tho eldest son of the lato John Charles Dundas fourth son of the first Earl and somo tlme a Liberal member of Parliament His mother who is still living is tho daughter of John Talbot of Talbot Hall County Wexford Ho was edu- Â¬ cated at Harrow and at Trinity Col He was formerly a lego Cambridge Lieutenant in tho Royal Horse Guards -- Cincinnati St Louis INSURANCE 4 lMLt -- and Peoria FIRE LIGHTNING and Tinware Stoves Farming Implements TINWAKE MADE TO ORDE- K- Q Roofing and Guttering Done Q The BEST MATERIAL USED and none hut GOOD WORKMEN EMPLOYED I - BARBED WIRE FOR FEIffOIJffG Examine our stock and you will be pleased 30 29 1 -- aroisczsrsToTST HORROR OF DEATH io I sutt FOE RENT ba V tsAn Alabama man charged with stealing a calf mado the following statement I was always teached to be honest an most always havo been but when I seed tho calf I caved I never wanted a calf so bad In ail my life an you all know that when a man Tho jury wants a calf he wants him Wo returned the following verdict tho jury aro satisfied that Steve stold the calf but as the fellow that owsed tho aniiaal is oaweiSefaMe ef a we agrees to r Steve sit9 tfce 1 slouch sy tbc eeeW -- Blue and Captain in the Yorkshire Hussar Yeoman Cavalry In 1872 and 1873 he sat in Parliament as a Liberal member for Rich- Â¬ mond In the latter year ho suc- Â¬ ceeded to the titles of his undo tho second Eari He is a justice of tho peace for North Yorkshire and Col- Â¬ onel Commandant of the Sixth Volun Â¬ teer Brigade North Division Royal Artillery In 1880 ho was a to the Queen In 1871 he mar ea Lady - Lilian bellna Elizabeth Lumloy daughter of the ninth Earl of Scarborough Ho has four childre- nLord DundaS born in 1876 George IJemaga Lawrence born in 1882 Lady Hilda Mary born in 1872 and Lady Maud Fredorloa Elizabeth horn In 1S7 The Earl ia a member of several g HARRISOHD MILLER 109 Carpenters Work I am prepared to do all Carpenters work In first clnss style Also estimates furnished on short H TYLElt BAXTER notice 32- - IRVINE STREET feluda of Next Door to Post Office Furniture Repairing AN SC UPHOLSTERING Done Promptly Please Read The Singer Manufacturing Company ii building a machine with Hand Attachment aud Portable spIally adapted for invalids travelers Ac a coet S35 cssji Any one wlatfloK a mnebiue ot this type will please kave order at the office 13 First street T - CARPETS LAID FINE STYLEr Give him a Call IN 34 IOOOOO Founds WOOL WANTED Cavlnsrtan fbiiy mmt iMtv London clubs sd steh property in Yorkshire aad Stirling shire The seat in Parliament for Richmond has been held sMoat eoe-skwevsly by nae aembar of th faa ily skiw lilg GiOesf Cribaae -- He owns consWerablo P8tU 1 ksold J F Stokk - OHly poJef Wool Will 17 lUiuynGiilBIukailu TImu who latere An4eid A Bra ttsilt to w3ffesWrm tM tU t 4hei 43- - i 4 - 1 I J 1gBJ7T ill1 - in1 giljjJMl-fr-- 4 IfltflMJWPPe MTaTMmkihfllfM rr T mrl