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SBSBBBS n-- - J -- sa- - j - Z - - JW J -- J aaaa -1 a yDg g Print Shows through TOLTTME ATTORNEYS I OitflCE OF Tllfe StfAE HEAIVTK N s 1 ij III IT RICHMOND iii MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY AUGUST 28 1889 Court of Appeals Various estimates three limes a meulber of thu Hoiie and once a Benatoh William CasiusGnodloe represented Fayette He has sluce risen topromi npuce as a member of the Republican parly in this country He whs ap Â¬ pointed niil served as Minister to Bel glum He Is the Kentucky member of tile Republican National Couinilltee aud baa recently been appointed Col leclor in the Lexington district Col GPolk Johuvui laid the foundation for the extensive acquaintance Ship aud unbounded popularity in this Legislature where he was a member of Jefierson county Col Johnsons education had been shaped with a view to hit becoming a lawyer but his Inclination for newspaper work led him into a profession it soon became evident he was especially equipped to fill nnd for flfieen years Col Johnson has been one of the best known Jour- Â¬ nalists In the State having bedd twitfe elected President of tho State Press Association He was for three years the managing editor of this paper When the lliilrnnl Commission was last organized Gov Buckuer tenilered him a place du it This W i3 declined but shortly after the ofiice of Pdhtirj Printer becoming vacaut tlie Goveniof appointed him to it He now holds that place aud in connection there- Â¬ with is tile editor of the Capital an excellent weekly published iu Frauk rort Mr T J Megibben was the member from Itarrisou county He is the wealthy distiller aud prosperous stock farmer whose home at Cynthiana is a typical blue grass castle Thomas W Varnon of Lincoln has since been a Senator and County Â¬ NUMBER CONCERNING Boms Of 11 li- T BlRXAM A TTORNB V A T LA Ri hmqnd Ft - 11 - Kentucky 3- niuiaceaftIlit Tlie extensive dealers in in n ir - TUB GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF 71 with c F fc AK Bummnon First -A G A J Holf of Calloway county Brown Ken Â¬ is ii gentleman highly regarded in his Kentucky tucky Legislature of 1S71 of which he eectiou of the Stair He was the can Â¬ jiminpi wiisa member ha reyived recullec didate of the iurch ne for the Govern- Â¬ oc Ktrt tSlreeVRMi Cicdeon txmnir Jwse sil le as formerly10-liens of lhat tolerably famous body of orship of Kentucky In 1S87 when Ber iy c men and their performances The Gen Buckuer wus nominated S POWELL at No 101 West Main Street General Assembly which convened in Judge O D McMauama of Grant X TTORNEl A TLA fK Richmond Ky luvo received December 1871 undoubtedly contain- Â¬ county is the jurist who acquired a ed a greater number of meu who have great reputation and performed ser- Â¬ KHNTUCKY their I R riicn to national prominence than any vices of immense value to the State similar body which lias come together wlille pieMdiug over Iho tribunal es Â¬ 3- iv on Second Street luce the Constitutional Convention tablished to deal with Kukluxism forty yeara ago It held two cessions A special criminal court was created WTX BttRGERY and it is much larger than they of four mouths each and was the Inst aud he was made tho judge of it He awILKES SAIFTU was severe nnd tincnmproniMug in his have over before handled But LtjiMnture to sit in adjourned session dealings with the midnight T TAL SURGEON mnraudcrs 15iies n ltirge lot of miscellaneous - Kentucky their prices are no larger than be- work flie most important Rvond achievement and before the time hail expired forj fore They have -of lhat lot of lawmakers was the revis which his court was established lie had Smiili BulMlBzMsiti Street Office ion ofthe General Statutes This part practically abated this evil in the State S- ei idicc limM lodeHtlhtrjGrade of their labors was very severely criti Â¬ The first trial of Tom Uuford for mur Â¬ DS C MORGAN cised many of Iho lawyers maintain dering Judge Elliott was aho held beÂ¬ OF inij that the job was badly botched and fore Judge McManaran and on the RICHMOND KENTUCK2 tint instead of improving the Code it second trial hiring retired from the bench he was the chief prosecuting had been very much itripVired Main Street over Madison National Vnc that the public could wish Their eve it has since remained the How attorney tie Is dead S- 15 law lineofGENTLEStENS One of the Senators from Louisville Of course the bdy was made alt object W CllKBD D D S about it but have a violent of Very Central and emphatic abuse as was Alfred T Pope He was after- Â¬ OUT prejudice against eating the spawn Â¬ A IRAS l ILLE KENTUCKY Is the case with nearly all State Legis Â¬ ward Judge of the Law aud Equity ing oyster They devour the spawa latures and in this instance the con- Court but being averse to public life or roe of a shad with the greatest rel Â¬ ffl e nt rlnnell residence Everything stitutional term of sixty days haviug lie has ceafed to lake part in lolitical dr jit ainliiR In lh pretension 17 ish but that of an oyster you eoaMat He is a wealthy gentle- Â¬ been lengthened to eight mouths con- Â¬ movements ionpersuade em to eat But within the demnation was especially seVere But man of cultivated tastps abd studious THYSICIANS last few years it has been disco rated Typhoid fever is probably the most pnd In elevating whom the how to let a man eat his oysters in the preventable of nil diseases not even is especially full The same m the subsequent careers of many of the habits both honor and benefit M 1 0Y2JIZ people them Â¬ JJ middle of summer and yet aot those Congress and Buttons excepting snmllpox It is now known Also Goat J iwjii who took a leading part in its pro- Â¬ selves ceedings illustrated the tine materials about to spawn The way they do it VSICIANAND SVRGEON rand Kangaroo Both that like Cholera and dyseutery the A prominent man in his part of the to this A float to made by joining for statesmanship It contained though germ or specific cause of this disease is Kextucky U ND R tlrsy wefre then in a formative state State long after tho expiration of his loosely together a good many long contained In the dfceharges from the French and American Calf planks not taking any care to keep Senators Congressmen Judges arid Senatorial services was Keene F Prit Judge M Second Street next to Whites Drug Mr J Wright who represented bowels of those sick of it and that 3- out the water Other boards are fast He is dead diplomats have beeu developed from chard of Boyd county of the Louisville district served while other methods of introducing The new and popular Ooze Calf ened around the edges to form a The Senator from Jetterson county one W EVANS MD its rank- - and of the men who belong- Â¬ J two terms in the House with equal the poison into the system are possible with Taiuox of fence Thto to towed down to erate ed to it there are none who do not re- was tlie wealthv and widely known credit to himself and his constituents gains entrance it most generally sic If left o Itself a boil will break ovester beds orsters taken off Dr E D Slandiford He was at the call the associations with high satisfac Â¬ Ho was subsequently Superintendent through tho medium of au infected in four or five days and discharge pus them and thrown in The float to then Kentucky R hm M tion and pride A cursory glance at lime spoken of in tlie heyday of his of the Louisville Board of Trade the water supply usually the use of well Thto and generally some dead tissue kftewn towed away to other waters the piU Which has been played by mental aud physical vigor and wield- Â¬ Superintendent and General Manager water polluted by fecal matter This aa the core It is usual to apply process as we oyster men say - --Ibccond Street 3- THEY U VE ALL THAT t some ol them will reveal to Keultick ed an influence surpassed by few men of the great Southern Exposition aud may bo direct from drinking such poultices till the abscess nears the out the spawn and leaves the oyster in tlie State Tnose positions which some T J TAYLOR large and in the finest possible eoeei- surface and then make aa opening Afford iutis where honor ofthe men they now gave him most prominence were Pres Â¬ Is now the Marshal of the Supreme Water or Indirect as by using milk or delight to studied the primmer but often if a free incision is made at tkm Oh people make a great Court of the United States Not only other articles of food or drink from Practitioner In Medicine and Surgery ident of tho Farmers and Drovers Is of public atlulra the beginning the process will be ar- Â¬ take in doing as they do cans or vessels w ashed in it Ice from MaJ Wright n man of fine execuH- N railroad Kentucky French Medium and Common im nd Do you know now the old idea ever Beginning with the Senate the first Bunk President of the L rested Poultices are of benefit only tive capacity but he is a scholarly au lufected source is also dangerous Sense heels in Oxford Ties Low man who commands attention is the aud member of Congress from this to relieve pain they should not be con- Â¬ got started proven that freezing He is since it has been -- Second Street ever Dykes ocery Buttons Newport Ties and Brazon Well Pre been an oystertnan pretty He died about two years ago and accomplished gentleman who if does not destroy tinued after the incision Is made since 3- odo who preniJed over that body as he district entertaining writer the infective priuci Boyle a graceful Albert Gallatin Talbot of they serve but to prolong the dis near sixty years I was in the trade Adonis Buckles bus since over the greater one to which ple lie had made literature a serious ptir JOHN M FOSTER before the old Fulton Market was pat charge ac admiring constituency returned county was a man considerably ad Â¬ While water from all sources of sup wou much reputa- Â¬ More than that Dr Pye Smith of up and that was more than fifty years years at the time referred to lose might have him again and again John G Carlisle vanced in pi si ci lily is liable to contaminate Well water tion Â¬ While bunting one day Absolem fell London in the course of a recent dis- back I remember how somewhere He was then the Lieutenant Governor and served two terms in Congress Another Louisville Representative is especially so whether located iu Kentucky Ri xn cussion declared his belief that the about forty years ago a law was passed Another member was Emery Whit- was James Guthrie Coke a lawyer city town summer watering place or off a ledge receiving injuries which of Kentucky and though unknown crops of boils which sometimes are seen for the city and I dont think its ever 0ic Min Strict Hoxtdoorto LoxnnV outside the borders of his own BUite taker of Mason county He is a prom farmer and editor Ho is now the country Thus out of three hundred brought him to New York where he in the case of school children are due been repealed yet It was that no oysÂ¬ cp i r mMvttoc at ur Mnin and Tales THEY HAVE THE V Avenue 3CTc his pplended and lumiuous intellect Inent lawyer and highly esteemed County Judge of Logan county and aud fourteen cases occurring In Louis- Â¬ might find proper treatment He was to the transfer of germs by means of ters be sold in tho summer months Stetson Intelleclu illy one of the most dis- Â¬ proprietor of the Rubsellville Herald was thoroughly recognized by his as ville in 1881 two hundred and ninety in a hospital here for several months poultices from an open sore to the on the same idea as the game laws PHIL ROBERTS I sorbites Since he emerged from the tinguished Senators bu lacking the yon know so that the oyster bee Flippiu of eight of the persous used well water and when discharged accepted the glands of the healthy skin The erudite Muulius Marwick ami Pill SIC AN AND SURGE ON twilight of State politics into the noon Â¬ inclination for pursuits of that nature Monroe county represented Unit nnd habitually and some of the other six Â¬ office of purser on the steamer Orinoco The rational treatment then Is an shouldnt get all used up Nowadays Drew day glare of national affairs his tvas Benjamin J Webb the oldest the adjoining couny It his been said teen did occasionally R km mi Kentucky it In the now ply ing between this port and Bermuda early opening and washing out of the with the traneplanthrg they have living journalist in Kentucky tlie of him that he is a Roman meaning But they r UH iwsArfTwttwVlJriH Stere OBC both hard and soft A Full Line of achievements have become part of the epidemic at Plymouth Peun From that vessel he was transferred to boil using fluids that are destructive theres no danger of that famous t t w KmioorHer USers hi pro- the Muriel in April in order that he of the germs At the same time the used to be very strict about that old history of the country Whether Juo friend and associate of George 1 Pren- Â¬ that his mind has become so thorough syiyanla involving the sickness of 3- nil service f the pMe All during the summer the derk GJOEIVTS G Cnrlise tver reaches that exalted tice and the historian of the Catholic ly imbued with the ideas springing 1104 person the death of 114 and an might have a look at the West Indies general health must be seen to in or- Â¬ law peering barchurch in Kentucky Mr Webb is a from a long and intimate study of T SEXSMITI1 M D It soon became known through the der that it may offer a sufficientCom- Â¬ of the market used to come to catch fetation which is the chiefest honor actual outlay in money of 50710017 Â¬ around keeping a lookout rier to further inroads Youths forceful writer a keen con Roman history and literature that he this world can hold out to mans am treuchant the outbreak was traced lo the use of Wiuuwaru island that Absolem was panion somebody breaking the law But oys- Â¬ riirSICIANAND SURGEON bitiou or uot the histnrlau will have troversialist and a powerful antagonist has difficulty In squaring It with mod water polluted by the fecnl dischaige aboard aud wherever the Muriel ters were sold behind the counters and Kentucky Vk rt Hall POEtIc AZOR ES name occupies a prominent place ern notions His TH E few names ofteuer own of one imported case of the disease touched the colonists besieged him to on the sly and the city officials found including Monarch Shirts E W the page covering thethan bis period on in the literary annals of this country Come ashore and join iu their games Islands Famed far Their Great Beaatyand present of The most polished orator iu the Facts no less convincing might be out that the best way of getting that rsliU proforwlnnnl rTrt6to tlfe pnb- - and Coon Collars and Cuffs V Frazier long a leading Mr W 8- Fertility American history houe was William M Beckham of multiplied indefinitely if space permit- Â¬ of cricket His fame preceded him law kept was making people believe The islands extend in an obique that oysters were poisonous in the Among the oldest of those Under the citizen of Logan county is dead He Nelson county He was twice a mem- Â¬ ted In a smaller way they are com wherever there was a bat a ball and a K S M LEfenER NECKWEAR IN PROFUSION Â¬ was a successful merchaut aud served guidance of Sir CarlNe was John S ber and would doubtless have played mou iu the experience of most physi- wicket While In the tropics Absolem line from northwest to southeast be summer and that was the way of it all did what no West Indian would dare tween the parallel of 37 degrees and But nowadays folks dont believe so PIIISICANAND SURGEON Gloves in great variety An as- Â¬ Brlow of Barren county He had his home peopeas County Judge a prominent part in State affairs if he cians hi active practice 40 degrees north latitude and between A L Martin of Floyd county had lived -N Y Mall and Im Kentucky sortment of Silk and Linen Hand- Â¬ been a member of the Constitutional E iimond Usually the wells are sunk near the do sleep on deck bare headed in rain 25 degrees and 31 degrees west longi- Â¬ much off hand ulioje untimely death suggests Mi- Â¬ Convention and brought to the coun- Â¬ The editorial profession was also rep- Â¬ kitchen and In dangerous proximity or dew Upon board he was never tude Geographically they may be press kerchiefs Dead ere resented by Johu A Bell then as now 28- c sritti BWIbe Main Street cils of the State the wisdom aud the ltons noble line on Lycidas NEW YORK FASHION to the privy and other sources of con- Â¬ known to undress and go to bed in a the first or was a man Hosiery of Every Grade knowledge of a former age The man his primefellow legislator of great prom- Â¬ the editor ofthe Georgetown Times tamination The well draws its sup- Â¬ civilized way He had an irou consti- Â¬ divided Into three groups St Michaels Sashea That Are Very WWe Vtesx He- easterly group comprises rBRlGUTMD and friend Mr Bell is one ofthe oldest iu point who when young had participated in ise A ply from au iuverted cone haviug its tution Cast awl Very Bspeaslva and St Marys the second or central He of PKrSICI AN AND SURGEON UMBRELLAS in silk and other the labors of a Ben Hardin a James has feelingly written of him experience nnd one of the most apex at the bottom of the well and its Five yards to often used when the For TUE Ciimax1 group contains Terceira Graeloss St -young man sent Kentucky goods with sissorted handles R hmomj prosperous newspaper men in the base at the surface of the ground Iu Guthrie a Wickliffe could not have was tho most brilliant George Pico and Fayal while the wearer is tall and elects for a Lotrhv HUMOROUS DRIFT Elegant line of Shirt Jewelry failed to take with him UnTisual equip- nut by the mountains since the days State BalhHDg on Majn Street Smith dry seasons ibis base is often extended third or westerly group consists of the Quinse sash the ends of which reach Â¬ V c ial attemlon clven lomteroneeplcnl handand 41 40 ments for litlure work Mr Barlow of Richard H Menifee Tall lonely little islands of Floras and quite to the foot of the skirt Some of BY W M L J P Forte wa3 a strong member until the well becomes a receptacle c tlsbues and OuIiIk nral nxamtnallousor some dignified and magnetic Ids 3- thuman Ik3 Corvo They are all very small the new dress blouses are made ef h s been dead for several years Shelby He was twice a member fur the more perfectly filtered filth from was as pure as his own places a very good walker might al Â¬ these white ribbons with sash of the Hubert Boyd of Liurel county was eloquence nf the Mississippi Legislature and from all thetources found iu the aver- Â¬ She laid her head on an easy cbatr C S IIOLTON rills nnd had ho lived no Agaltxt his head and said most go round the biggest of them same at the back These will be worn one ol the mountain mfn who possess- mountain twice County Judge of Shelby age back yard and the water often How 1 lovo to restiny head agniust Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon man in the State would have climbed in a day Every inch of them with with skirts of lace summer silk sr William L Reeves represented Todd sparkling iu its apparent purity be- Â¬ ed substantial abilities He was a law Â¬ Your head roy dearest Ned Kentucky R hmond higher than he the exception of a curious little hit of faille at the races at tennis and garden Is now the Circuit JuiIveh county He yer with a great clientite among the comes a culture fluid for any disease Its because you love me darling William Johnson represented the St Marys has been fused and burned parties The Louis XIY sashes show to Hoarn M UrlsUts C Ice over D Am you have told rae oil people of South eastern Kentucky and nf that district and is regarded by his germs finding their way into it I a M 20 to 40 p in Hpeetal ottenUon and charred out of all resemblance to wide stripes of watered silk alternately Senatorial district in which is situated friends as a man qualified to fill the Hesalilt Imtslic replied Oil no women and all is now the Circuit Judge in the fif Â¬ c rn to llease Two methods of prevention having Because it is so soft PSnttenUitrMtedat ajll Nelson county his home He had any thing we have In this part of the with those of silk or satin with gay highest position in the gift of the State the same general object iu view are t and Hemeopatlilc meHilies Rent to The old and reliable Saddle and teenth Judicial district world save a forge heap or a slag hill Pompadour figures scattered in artfetfe served as Lieutenant Governor and ary address The first Involves to be recommended li A burton fca popular man of before his death had the gratification with success and honor Madam said a spry looVing clerk to Each little island presents a solid front groups down these stripes The floral Harness House of Jas S Chrlsman was a Representa- Â¬ the thorough disiufectiou of all dis a lady who had- business in Marlon county He has IL R GIBSON great of hard black lava against the rava Â¬ devices in some of these rich novelties - been County Judge and is now Deputy of seeing his son Speaker of the Legis tive who had beeu a member both of charges from the bowels of typhoid store room of the just entered the Pope Manufacturing ges of the great ocean which thunders are exquisitely colored and blended lature Practitioner in Medicine and Surgery Â¬ The dainty and refined looking No 26 Second Street nest to Collector of Interna Revenue fever patients This is be3t done by Co would you HVc to buy a tricycle t at the base of cliffs and preeiplees This completes the roster oftho3e in the Federal and Confederate ConÂ¬ -- Kentucky Garnett House has a complete Reo Holse E P Campbell of Christian county the upper house who either by their gresses and brought the experience use of a solution of chloride of lime hundreds of feet high Even on the surahs Chines fculards and other dis Â¬ No wa the prompt reply as a susthere gained to the discharge o f a State eight ounces to the gallon of water picious tw inkle crept into the bright eyes stillest day the black rooks are edged tinctly summer silks are a relief to who has retired from politics Is one of record at tlie time or by subsequent errors his professional services to the pub- - stock of with an ever moving fringe of white the eye after It has been wearied with the leaders of the Hopkiusville bar a accomplishment are entitled to men Â¬ legislators duties using a quart of this solution for cacli I believe I will try a bicycle Saddles Harness last but It need not be said discharge and allow it to stand iu the surf which leaps up against their ob Â¬ the procession of flowered and beaded strong lawyer and an honorable re- tion iu a sketch of this kind Passing Near the Blankets Whips Spurs Horse spected citizen face or sullenly rolls in among satins velvete and heavy brocades Â¬ to any well informed reader anywhere vessel at least cue hour before empty Â¬ m Landlord1 said his lodger as his teeth durate to the House among the hundred won a perma silks Scrapers Boots Curry Combs not near tho least conies J C 8 ing A solution of corrosive sublimate chattered like a pair of castanets have tho caverns at their base Marvelously These place seem to have favor and is one of the James Q in popular Plzntlr Gas and Stean Fittln Toe Weights Sonps Oils and Kentuckians Chenowith sought he bub- Â¬ men whose names were on its rolls a Blackburn Senator Joe of Wood- Â¬ two drahras to the gallouof water fertile too are these islands almost nent who have you a fire escaperin this house proportion were called to any thing will grow there if it can but their adaptability and inexpensive by persons ble reputation in distant States and remarkable ford He served two terms in the will answer the same purpose but Yes sir two of them AH everything else needed higher duties urap Repairing a 6pecllty manage to get shelter from the vio Â¬ ness assist in retaining it The French been successful He resigned his seat kttii of pumps kept at Gas Works who handle horses I thought so was the sad reply the lence of the winter winds The hills foulards show less ot novelty in their Heading the list Is Hon James B House then went to Congress five requires to remain longer iu contact llichninnil Leave orders at Ilonatixa Saddles Manufactured to Order hi the Senate and moved from Mercer McCreary who was the Speaker consecutive times and Isrnow a United witii the material lo be disinfected fire escaped from my room last night and of pumice and cinders are green to design and coloring than any other of Wil or W G Wliites Drug Store county to Texas His recognition From the day of his entrance into States Senator a natural logical and Bed and body linen soiled by such I almost froze to death their very tops with cedar and juniper the lighter silks These fabrics never and none but the best material there was rapid aud gratifying ne Â¬ which only patients should be disinfected by the course has and speedy promotion and tree heath the lower lands and venture very far from their usual ap Gentlemens ladies and vreut to the Legislature first was then public life Gov McCrearys used the highest kind ol talents could com- Â¬ use of the same solution or by boiling pearance for they are pntrontoed year When a young lady runs off and marries less exposed places grow rich crops o TUOfflLLS B AYHES boys Saddles kept in stock elected a member of the Stale Senate been upward Industrious systematic mand The bfcond method relates to avoid a clioachman a great fuss is made about malzo and grain beans tobacco and after year by a quiet conversattve class and determined his success has not every description Tlie Jessamine Real Estate and General Harness of Hames Backhands and afterware a Circuit Judge When been a matter of chance Since pre Williammember from Republican wn3 iug the use of suspicious water aud it when every day seme bride marries a sweet potatoes in every little glen may who have got over the taste for nov- Â¬ Brown a He especially well water and where this Trace Chains bo seen the bright green shield shaped elty even if they ever possessed it the Democrats obtained control of the siding over tlie Kentucky Legislature a groom and not a word is said Collecting Agency together with For those who prefer a change entire Bellybands Collars Collar Pads national Government one of Mr he has been Governor of Kentucky was In every sense a strong man a cannot be done to boll such water loaves of enhamo fine lawyer an earnest though by no before It is used for drinking purposes sale Hame Strings Plow Lines Blind Clevelands first as it was one of his pendent fronds six and eight however there to an unlimited variety 55 Special attention paid to the Some one has asked through theeorres- - enormous and Is now serving his third consecu- Â¬ means an eloquent speaker he carried ehoose- z i exchengeof Real Estate and to the Bridles Whips and other things of- - Judge well guarded pondents column of a prominet paper feet long of the Woodwardia fern from which to superbly eolora light test appointments was that tive term in Congress where he is one all of his points when not connected In ihe absence of a pure c lection of all kind of accounts 47 46 Among the springing from a carpet ankle deep of used on iho farm public water supply properly stored Chenowith to be First Auditor of the of the most useful meu iu the Demowhich is correct to say Arkansas or summer satin brocades for tea gowns tho densest and greenest lycopodlum Only experienced workmen em Treasury Judge Chenowith is a man cratic ranks That Gov McCreary with politics cistern water is probably open to least Arkansaw t Tho lava walls which Hue the roads Is a design of dark green vhse- lesves The list will be concluded by1 a objection of commanding presence aud fine will one day be a Senator aud thus oloved If the correspondent had addressed his and mark off tho fields are green and oa a ground of pale amber An old to If you want a Saddle you have manners He was a diitinguished crown his ambition Is a prediction in reference fromChurch If Blakey the The effectual practice of these meth Â¬ inquiry to a resident of that State he gray with moss and lichen Here and rose satin is brocaded with pale goldÂ¬ Logan county who is A member An officer gallant to the making which very little is risked ods will require Intelligent care and fern leaves and mess rosebud a hundred to select from ranging Confederate ouo of the most picturesque figures iu some expense but it is not only a dis- Â¬ would hare been informed that the latter thoro are broad banana leaves and the O- 45 Wiaaivs Block Cikcinsati peer other of pale reseda to figured with in Drice from 4 upwards If you jKiintof recklessness in proof of which Beginning with the counties the Kentucky politlces aud represents an of nfapera pronunciation was the correct one and crumpled leaves first name among those on the floor of element that Is fast disappearing He grace to our civilization but an anuual his reason for thus replying would be abovo waving rows of cane stalks- - The clusters of apricots and fotlaee Lose want a set of Harness you have a Ills battle scars are numerous more elegant to a scourge and tax upon the people of obvious James F Clay of Henderson is a Hou se is James Garnett of Adair He Since the people of Michigan Islands are rich in all manner of kind Â¬ showy but even Can refer to buildings anccesafolly 150 sets to select from ranging in cap Â¬ was afterward a Senator and a Circuit has served three terms iu the Hnue Kentucky Iu comparison with which are called Michi ganders and the residents ly fruits The vine and fig tree stragi lovely silver gray pattern strewn with lawyer of fine attainments and a erected in Richmond Mnysville Ml price from 8 up and made a good record He is the yellow Sterling Winchester and OwingnviUe lever and cholera siuk into sig- Â¬ of New York New Yor kers the natural gle in all directions over tho stony pale pink eglantine another of white All prices of Plow Gear from tivating Bpeaker He has served one Judge The gentle- Â¬ nificance satin with silver fusehia blooms and 65 Corbett of Bal author of the expression Genial inference is that the natives of Arkansas sides of Pico there are pumpkins and the cheapest to the best Some term in Congress winning the nomi lard was Thomas H a member of man has bit oil rnoren he can chaw pino apples passion flower fruit and lastly a sheeny brocade of pinkish six limes Jas the By older of the Board tlon at the end of a must be Arkans asses thins entirely new in Curry Combs A McKenzie whichcontest withatten- Â¬ Home and Is now the Register of the which was addressed to Mr Beckham pomegranates the peaches are as Roman violet showing fine bouquets Thompson MD Pres Fickney attracted -- The handsomest lot of lap Cloths of Nelson as the blackberries and of tea roses and heartsease Moosomri plentiful t N McCokmack M D Sec tion all over the State on account of Land Office Here is a Valise It docs not weigh oranges and apricots are to be had for -- Nl Y Post ever brought to Richmond 41- Future legislative bodies may devel- Â¬ J Caserns M Clay of Bourbon was txclting closeness Four Hundred Pounds It is the Valise the asking Information on tho Qotet did LOUISVILLE KY The Great San Diego Flume John E Cooper is another Circuit twice member of the House aud a op more men of capacity than ra aythis of an Editor In the Valise are Three Paradise and grsvas be one more good for the Stale Â¬ she Can yon shoot a revolver Judge who was a member of the member of the Senate his terra expir accomplished public Elysian Fortunate Fields Wee those ot old Socks and a Bottle and a Book There It is claimed that tho recently-complete- d affairs may be Soujt In the Atlantic main asked in a whisper of the girl next iienate worthy of mention He pre- - ing with the last term of the Legisla Â¬ San Diego flume is tho most is bomething in the Bottle Maybe it is a more biisine33 Iike and Good words to hc on the ear tides in the Thirteenth Judicial dis Â¬ ture He has been spoken of in con- dealt with in stupendous ever constructed in the Arnica for the Editors Sore Finger The The Largest and Finest Hotel in Yes but dont you never never and it was owing to bis reputa Â¬ nection with the next race for Gov- Â¬ systematic manner and a new era world being only a little short of 36 Book is Baxters Saints Rest The Socks trict Severo Cases of Bleed Poison the city may be inaugurated entirely but it is tell any body tion as a fearless and impartial Judge ernor miles long An idea of tho gigantic got into the Valise by Mistake Perhaps Thousands saSer from Wood poison who set of person- Â¬ Whyr William A Hoskins of Boyle had doubtful if such another again lhat the county of Kowan was trans character of tho work may be obtained the Bottle will get into the Editor by would bo cured If they gave B B R Botan Â¬ Day to 4 Well Those alities is got together You know Annie Blank lum-Â¬ I erred to his Jurisdiction by the last been a Colonel in the United States from tho fact that tho amount of ic Blood Bnlra a trial Send to Mte Blood Mistake NEW BUGGIES firmly convinced Balm Uc Athwfavua for bookot wonder Â¬ she learned to shoot a revolver and it bar consumed was more than 9000000 3jegislature in order that the laws Voluuteers term in the who were in jt are After his According to rooms ful cures that convince the meat afcop Ileal got out and after that she didnt have upon its feet or allowing tho very consider Â¬ It Is sent free Legislature he rerunyed to Chattanoo that the State will never look might be executed What to him was life or bopcv NEW PH2ET0NS Pm not going For one flirtation a mouth O Gibson Meridian Mlss writes Baths in again Turkish and Russian able yield of 1000 foot to each tree What lo him was Joy or care Darby of Caldwell Is a mem ga and is now one of the great iron- Â¬ like FW aJ number of years I suffers notold agonies Tat mar Â¬ not less than 9000 trees wero required Hed stepped on a bar of Irish Soap from blood poison Several prominent phy Â¬ to tell any body until after 31 32 Hotel NEW CARRIAGES tier of the present Senate He Is a masters of lhat fl mulshing city Hark to the sound of humanitys watls sicians did me little if any good I begaa to ried Detroit Free Press The mold bad left on the topomst stair course of tho flumo thero ore use B B B with very UlUe foilh bat SO my dlear beaded unobtrusive man an inBiker of Campbell was Millions of people with aches and with In the315 trestles tho longest of these His feet flew out like great wild wings some utter surprise It has made me a well and NEW SORRIES oils Oar readers have eeahtless aftea dustrious worker and a discrete and afterward complimented by the Ro be struck each step with a sound like hearty person And Headachesand humors a merciless flood being 1700 feet In length 85 feet high Z T Hallerton Macon tie-- writes I noticed that Hoods SarsapariHa to wH drum law maker Valuable publicau nomination for Governor Weakness Br lungs and disorders of blood containing 250000 feet of lumber And a girl below and blood poison I first tried NEW SULKIES The- with tho scrubbing tbings contracted then tv eat to Hot Swimrc physi Â¬ spoken ot hi the newspapers the Thomas F Hargis who then lived Walter Evans who represented Yet theres a helper that certainly saves Another trestle Is of the same height cians nd i re Laughed like a fiend to see him come turned home a ruined nstrman physically press is qniofe to reesgatoe mem aatt county but now a promi- Christian county is ouo of the most Thousands of people from premature and 1200 feet long tho main timbers in Breathitt aay eeod My Nothing seemed to do graves n B To ray I nent attorney of Louisville is perhaps able and honorable men in the Repub- Â¬ used in both of theso being 10x10 and Jim Price a colored man who lives momerpursoauea me to try b qnresiy heal- - does not hesitate to civs antiee whets utter astonishment every nicer The remedy fa Dr Pierces Golden 8x8 being put together on the ground My vehicles are all new and of the its thoroughly known to the people of lican party iu Kentucky Ho was it to dae The following to Iraa itw in the Hutchison precinct worked a very latest patterns They are for sale he State as I safJlorrls man within its bor- Â¬ afterwards in the State Senate made Medical Discovery It cures coughs apd raised to their position by horse Â¬ slick scheme to beat his way through a Ben years Atlanta Ga writes poison- Baptist Weekly a leading relrgioaa on the most reasonable terms If yon fered from sypbilHle blood relieves asthma checks bronchitis want a vehicle come and see me and ders His career lias bcei- - full of ro- Â¬ the race for Governor and on the as- Â¬ purifies tlie blood heals sores erup power The number of tunnels in tho toll gate on the Bethlehem pike Fri- - which refused to bo careditbya all treatment journal Ia55ical Fhyslclann pronounced Advertising may bring an axtfole you wout K bome without one course of tho fiutne is 8 the longest of day He told the keeper Hint Jim I had no appetite had painshopetee oae mantic and impressive incidents from cension of President Authur who was la Mps and 5- tions and unsightly pimples aud is which is 2100 feet the tunnels being JOHN DONELRON 1M - a worm friend Joints and my kidneys were diseased My prominently before the psjhtfe hat bo Col Evans was aplis boyhood days of poverty and obBnrbridge bad fallen from the barn throat was ulcerated aod ray breast k mass Icurity to bis present condition of pointed United States Commissioner without a rival for all the Ills that in size 6x6 feet with convex shaped roof nnd that be was going after the otrnnnlug sores In UiIk condition I com Â¬ advertising osn Iors belgl ft if it has every Â¬ to menced the use of HB B ft Snau ArrameM Otru to Tuimef Tuchus friueiice and power Since he was In ofjilternai Revenue filling the ofiice spring from a disordered liver All roofingj each mile of the flumo re doctor This alarmed one of the nlecr and sefe and cara4Bseoari healed rttfa not real merit HnecPfl Bnroaf nrJBa Italy JA DIPXOTSXS quired an average of 250000 feet of weft advertised hat the best proof o wi in two laoa uis Senate he has attained the with iagnal Bucees and satisfaction druggists he State Hard msbing r twuen ier cats UK of twenty ltmh 1it tt vnstrnellnn and th neighbors and when he called to tee l Ms vtae to that so many persons ueeft weeks about 5j nnilcnaGpenalasrTnaday Dont hawk and blow and spit but 1 redwood used entirely In tho box is S the badly broken up man found him Joseph Quins said tah the oftgfnal ob Hie recommendations or Will open a Select Prisisry Sciool highest distinction the State has -- to j He is Mow a leading lawyer in Louis in Afgust Focpartjoilon address Ky 4onfer upon a lawyer iu the line of his vllle Milton Elliott Pmscinu Kirkctillc use Dr Sagas Catarrh Remedy Of incherlh thickness throughout N Y as aBQdRBd jolly as - evsrParfa I of the song OM BteeK 3ee ttfed ati who have proved tho first Monday In September vfr tecaut9X3 the Chief Justice of the profession 4 13 was druggists Cllntou Griffith of Uaviess 9 12 I Ml Holly tf J gTerai8 reasonable News last week agedH bus toes tV -- j A SULLIVAN A T TORNE 1 A T LA W Shoes Gmts Ml iflffWsHats have been placed upon Judge Hards The First Lessons in Statesmanship or character as he has not only sealed Jarlhlc Joe Blakbnrn McCreary and fast friendships but engendered bitter Others animosities It may be said in a gen- Â¬ eral way though that lie is one of the IWm null In Courler Journnl extraordinary men of Kentucky PREVENTION OF TYIUOID FEVEU HAD SEEN ALL EARTH BOILS OYSTERS IN SUMMER BOAnb OF Bowling GkkenKy Aug 1218S9 J f lo The Health Officials and reoplc of orjwamine county and the reference to Mr William 1 -- SUMMEH STOCK JH 1 Â¬ Â¬ J a Every and Variety BOOTS HIGH SHOES J LACED Â¬ CALF SKIN Kentucky This Board desires to cull the earn- Â¬ est attention of oiir health authorities aud people to the gradually increasing prevalence of aud mortality from typhoid fever nnd to the growing Im- Â¬ portance of a constant resort to the methods which modern scientific researches have suggested for the preven- Â¬ tion of this disease These preventive measures are of the most importance lo tliebtale because directed against a disease especially prevalent and fatal amongst lersons in the prime cf life who contribute most to the public wealth and prosper- Â¬ ity Considered purely as an economic problem tllu feature of it probably least tlioUght nfby lnost people the impoitance of lhl3 disease can scarcely be over estimated Statistics show that ten persons are sick to every one that dies ot this disease and to cay nothing of the cash value to the State of those who die every year aud R Is Conceded that the State has no mote valuable property lilati that represented in its vigorous population the loss of tim and labor and the necessary bust Incurred in attention to those who fi Â¬ nally recover makes an annual tax upon our people of startling proportÂ¬ SHOES rn an and surgeon Â¬ IN LADIES SHOES The Best Markets lIt Â¬ Ji The steamship Muriel of the Quebec line has readied New York from the West Indies Her Captain reports that by the falling of a derrick on July 27 while tlie Muriel was loading a cargo at the port of Spain Trinidad the Muriels Purser Charles A Abso lem nnd the West Indian Superin- Â¬ tendent ofthe line J H Dtipont were killed Absolems was a wasted life A graduate of Oxford at the head of ids class well bread a thorough Eng Â¬ lish gentleman with excellent oppor- Â¬ tunities anil advantages such as fail to the lot of tew men iir this world he threw himself away and became a wanderer from home He was a great traveler and had read and seen almost everything of interest on earth In ills youth he was one of Englands most famous cricket players aud his nnme will recall to every britlsher at home aud abroad tiie stirring matches of ten to fifteen years ago between Oxford and Cambridge He had no superior as a batsman and was perhaps the fastest filhner that ever belonged to a university eleven For several yeaia lie held tlie record at 100 yards When Lori Harris stdrted on his tour around the world at the head of as strong a tearil as ever left the tight little Isle Absolera was his right hand man For six months they played cricket iu the British colonies being treated royally wherever they went In Australia this remarkable man was the talk of the continent by playing his games bare beaded in the broiling sun while the mercury registered 120 degrees Not even a native was capable of performing such a feat Tlie habit of going without his hat grew upon him in his early life aud eluug to him to the day of his death When he broke Io3e from home association on account of a love affair it is said be bought a rifle ami a dog aud for eight years buried himself iu Ihe heart of the Rocky Mountains Here he became the friend of many Indian Chiefs Many tribes In Montana aud Western Territories came to know him well and to trust him He was the especial favorite of the Spokane tribe aud from them received a curious nnme which signifies iu English Â¬ the Causes and the national Treatment of Jobs Comforters A boil may bq defined aa a limited area of Inflammation situated in tba loose tissue which binds the skin to tho deeper structures Generally it starts in or around s sweat glaad and approaohes the surface as it grows Many theories have bees advanced td aeeount for the origin of boils but it had now come to be pretty well es Â¬ tablished that they are caused by the growth in tho tissues of certain minute organisms These are found in every Suoft abscess they can be cultivated their lite history can be studied aod when they are placed in the tissues again under favorable eirenmstaaees another boil precisely like the first to produced IIow these bodies find their way into the system it Is sometimes not easy to say but probably it is through some slight break in the skin which has es Some persons seem to caped notice present a more suitable soil for the cultivation of the germs than others and certain conditions ef the system are very favorable to their develop Â¬ ment A lowered vitality sea bathing changes ot diet especially during athletic train ing and cOBvaloseenco from certain fevers are not uncom Â¬ monly followed by boils Children with scrofula and riokets are apt to suffer Excessive sweating lek of cleanliness the long use of poultieen the application of irritants to the skin and especially the chafing of clothing seem to favor their formation Any part of the body may be affected but they are most frequently seen on tho back of the neck in the arm pit and on the lower part of the trunk Where the skin is firmly tied down as in the passage of the ear the pain and tenderness become intense in the looser struetures it may he hut mod Â¬ Â¬ According to aa DM mliuiMm Mie lllralvM Are Alt Mefct TfcM Am I taking my life into ay aura asked the reporter m he stood hands at a Fulton Market oyater stand devouring the luscious bivalves aa fast as the oystertnan could open them Its the month of May you know Yousghnan returned the oyater dealer with decision if people only knew it from now on is the Tory beat Folks leave time to eat oysters alone throughout the start up again in Septal her theyre at their very pooreet The reason of that to thto Throughout the eold of the whrter As oyster lies dormant he doesnt loss what little he gained in the fall bat he doesnt gain any thing more A the warmer days of spring cone ha starts in to feed Now the time for the spawning of the oyster to regulated by the warmth of the water Kouad about here the water gets just right about the middle of June and the Xow spawning commences then having fed for several months jus beÂ¬ fore the spawning the oyster to hi the Mass primes and the best eondUioa people know nothing about thto They dont eat oysters during the summer just beoauM of the old rhyme Then there are ethers who know all i Fl I t i f L I an and surgeon IN HATS Austin JV Knox y Furnishing Goods - Â¬ i 1 K II A Â¬ IR HARNESS SADDLES Â¬ JKDGEAR IU G W PICKELS- Mccarty ftridles Â¬ Â¬ CRAPSEYBIIOWN yrsTtltoota GALT HOUSE Finei Carriages Â¬ -- Rates25o Per -- Â¬ Rrviu Â¬ qglri ny - oa tiii Â¬ j -- inoa 33 sf Stfa eZ ppSPE HHBMHHiK3J 4fl Breathitt district editors or the papers published there sbojld be appointed Mr Havens of Mt Sterling Mr Roberts or Lexing- Â¬ FRENCH TIPTON - - Editor ton and Mr Lewi of Frankforti were all In wy reach or Winchester ami PHBUSHBU EVKHV WKDXESDAT BV because of this Tact they Were selected by me Climax Printing Go politics I thought imlhhifc about their in matters connected with Uitt Wm G White Ciias S Powell Association 1 ore noililtur about their politics I beltevttt then and believe 1JtICE TEU YEAR 150 now that they are gentlemen that WEDNESDAY AUGUST aS 1SS9 their Interest in the Awoclatlon is as stroug as yours or mine and this being the case I have no further explanation Redwine Democrat was elect- Â¬ and no sort of apology to make for ed t the Legislature in the their appointment THE CLIMAX file ed with attempting to blow op D T Baxter an employe of the Leader office with dynamite Jehu IL Slock a carpenter has cially or MiherwK bee arrested at Lexington charg- any Injustice done Â¬ imate criticism of anr of my act I do not feel myself superior to legit- Â¬ offi- Â¬ The Virginia Republican Con vention nominated Mahone for Governor Col Campbell C Slenip of Lee county Lieutenant Governor and Capt Warren S Lurty of Harrisonburg for AttorÂ¬ ney General Â¬ lion 11 C Hill recently reelected to the Legislature from the district composed ot the counties of KatitI and Lee will be the Re publican candidate for Congress He k the best man the Republi- Â¬ cs is of that district have Â¬ Â¬ but I do feel keenly me however unwit Â¬ tingly and it reems to me that yon fchould permit this full explanation of my aclious to huveus Tree a circulation as your original charges hi which you so elegantly expressed your intention to runke the feathers fly The substance of your article has been given a far wider circulation than ttiat afforded by The Climax by its reproduction in the Courier Journal thus holding me up as derelict lu the performance of my duller and thereby bringing me Into db repute with my jmirnallMio ahaocinte whose gMnl opinion so ofien and so warmly ex prosed I hold as sacred us my own honor I am finite Mire J oil will readi ly consent to set mo right Very Respectfully Yun Mr H 0 Hanebrough editor of the Devil s Lake Inter Ocean North Dakota has been nominated by the Republicans for Con gress He will be elected and a bettor or abler Republican could not have been found in all that State Â¬ Â¬ E Polk Johnson-- President K P A A SUOKT SESSION The Democratic newspapers of in advance for a short session of the Legislature next winter The attention of the members elect is respectfully called to the demand At the present writing tiiere seems to be no good reason why the ses sion should be extended beyound the constitutional limit Georgetown limes The shorter the better dear boys bttt we fear June will find you not ready to let go Â¬ Â¬ the btate are making a demand AttAl -- OFF since a Louisville paper named Truth locates Schweinfurlh the false Christ about five miles from Richmond Kv at a place called ML Zion1 The entire community hereabouts with perhaps three exceptions will be under lasting obligations to Truth if it will announce that Mr Schweinfurth lives at Rockford Illinois and not at Richmond Truth presents its readers with a picture of Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden and without the trail covering of big leaves so iu separably connected with the gar den scene Truth says that Sch weinftirths converts are compelled to oppear before him in the same way that Eve appeared before Adm prior to the iiig leaf invention and refuses to say what else takes place The article does Richmond and Madison county great injustice and we know the editor will clieer lully make the proper correction Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ It k said that Truth is Stranger than Fiction and it seems so Â¬ Â¬ ntnsiBM jtJHXsevs resiuxse Fkaxkfokt Ky Ahr Jiichmomt JCjf 2S 18S8 Jrcneti Hfihm BMor tf The Climax DkakSik XrtwitltetatHliiiK theta juttfee ef yew attack ujhhi uie ax Pres ident f the Kettlwcky Press Associa- Â¬ tion in areeeut i Mteof Tjir Climax I have M reaefi to consider 3 ou as otlKru ice tlB friendly towards me AVitk tMt Wea I address you to ask that 3eM ing this tetter hi an early isbue of that paper lteiative to your charge that the Executive Committee of the K P A iiai failed te do Ha duty in the mat- Â¬ ter rf appoititiHg delegates to the 2stiMsi Editorial Association aoon to meet at Detroit I wish to say that wiH tto me Justice by publish Â¬ I might attend I heard nothing further from hlru until the 19th when I reeeiyed a letter from him the open- Â¬ ing oenteuoe of which was as follows Sickscaj and death in my family Lave prevented me from calling a meeting of the Executive Committee of the K P A for the purpose of ap Â¬ pointing delegates to the National Ed Â¬ itorial Association While it is rather late in the day to do so now perhaps it is net too late Can you meet with tiie Committee at 230 in Lexiugton on Thursday next the 221 It was Impossible for me to be In several weeks since Mr C M Grubbs the Chairman of Committee wrote to me on lite eulject asking that meet him and the other members of the Committee at Lexiugton at an early day to be named by him I at ouce responded expressing my will ingness te do so although the appoint Â¬ ment of the aforesaid delegates was in no manner a part of ray ollioial duties My lHitH called me from home and I left directions at my office that any further teller from Mr Grubbs should be opeaed and that the date named by him should be telegraphed to me that tht I Â¬ Lexington at the time named and I so telegraphed Mr Grubbs The Com- Â¬ mittee however met and performed its duties but had it not done so lie fact that the mailed hand of Death had rested upon the family of one of its members would so far as I am con- Â¬ cerned have raved it from any word of censure upon my part I trust and believe that when you know the facts as herein Mated you will regret the words you have penned and published Belatlve to the charge that I apimint ed an Executive Committee a minori ty of whom are Republicans I have to say that during Uie many years of my membership In the Kentucky Press Association I have never before heard or read of the question of politics beÂ¬ ing mentioned in connection therewith and it is a matter ot extreme regret upon my part that you should have felt called upon to bring up the matter now in Uie manner you have Jn the appointment of the Executive Com- Â¬ mittee it was my desire to name gen- Â¬ tlemen who could easily be brought together for the transaction of the three of them never manifested TilE COLORED PEOPLE IX NORTH CAROmuch interest in the Aesotilalion LINAWe comi liined that the Com mittee hud failed to select dele News comes from the Tarheel State gates to the National Press Asso- of the nrgHiiiBHtfon or an hiVjepentleiit ciation and incidentally remark paFty by the colored men there and ed that three of the Committee- the burning in effigr of the most prom men were Republicans while inent of the new Federal officials apscarcely more than ten out of 210 pointed by President Harrisom Thtiy papers in the State arc Reptlbii haVe been uursiug a strong dissatisfac- Â¬ can President Johnson has not tion with the Presidents action toward denied nor can he deny ally one them and any pylnptom of courngijonS of the charges revolt finds Iheht ready to sympathise It was not the province of the with It They nay that It is not withPresident to see that the Commit- out signifiauce that this declaration of tee performed its duty and when independence of the Republican ma he discloses his efforts to have chine is made In Mecklenbursh coun them act he only demonstrates ty which witnessed the first of Independence against Great thoir inefficiency lie undertakes Britain Republicans from North Car to defend the Committee by stating that sickness and death in the olina pay thnt the feeling against the lamily of Chairman Grubbs pre- Administration there is deep and bit- Â¬ vented that gentlemans acting ter and that no political thimble rig While we sympathize with Jlr ging cau stay the exodus to the West Grubbs and while at the time of ern States which Mr Cheatham the colored Congressman says will writing our article we had the proportions of 00000 reach per not heard of the death or sons Sucli an exodus of Republican even of any sickness in his voters will make the State surely family we cannot excuse the Com- Democratic aiid Senator tuay will mittee for its negligence as any hever ugaiu be tempted to squander three of the five could have acted 30000 to win the StHte for his purty in the absence of the other two Mr Cheatham admits that the chiige even though one of the two were will make liii district Democratic ami the Chairman Hi it he U not likely to aguin represent The Committee met on last it in Congress World Thursday only five days before Women on the Wheel the National meeting at Detroit and selected delegates but we Washington is the banner- city for have received no notice from the lady bicycle riders At the present Committee only learn from a tel- timo there are nearly two hundred egram in the Courier Journal that There is also a ladies club composed e were made one of the dele- of sbrty riders with s club housa of gates The Committee selected its own Much attention is Riven to one C W Walham to read an es- 6ecurin good roads and the subarb3 and picturesque spots near the capital say before the National Associamake the rides delightful for ladies tion on Legitimate Circulation In Philadelphia there are about fifty notwithstanding the fact that the lady bicyclists and Chicago has ajout subject of Newspaper Directo- the same number Buffalo started the ries is the one assigned Ken season with soveral riders on the new tucky And who is Mr Walham machines New York City has a rid Â¬ In our many years of journalism ing school for ladles on the Safety we have never heard of him But bicycle on Fifty second street and a large floor 80 nothing better could be expected Broadway theThere Is are private with xlOO and lessons of such a Committee but two pupils on the floor at a time We beg leave to differ from Boston has comparatively few lady President Johnson as to the po riders but their number la fas inÂ¬ lilical complexion of the Execu- creasing and Lynn and Salem each tive Committee As the papers boast one who can ride any wheel and their editors have their poli Rhode Island wheelman have an hon- Â¬ tics it would be well to reverse orary membership composed of lady his order of the Executive Com- riders and they arc taking an active interest in the ladies bicycles mittee having three Democrats are all going to the Cottage They City and two Republicans meet and Rhode Island will be rep- Â¬ Editor Lewis of the Frankfort resented by several lady riders Bos Â¬ Roundabout in reply to our charge J ton Herald that he never attended press associations and did not exchange NEWS PARAGRAPHS with any paper writes at length to show that he had attended B R Moore aged 40 son of Dr three associations in thirteen years Also that he exchanged with the Moore of Mercer is dead Richmond Register until Mr New Mm A R Dyohe wife of Ihe editor ton sevored his connection with of the London Echo died last week Such ignorance that paper Hal Steele The Roundabout never exchanged accideutly killed aged 13 years was in Jessamine county with the Register as we well Wat and Alex t5ultou died iu Garknow by ten or twelve years ser- Â¬ vice with that paper No man rard county withiu a week of each named Newton was ever in the other newspaper business in Richmond A mule team ran over Thomas Reed and if Mr Newlon was intended who was on a horse and killed him Iu that gentleman never had any Woehigton county connection with the Register The Tiie bodies of Evan Hughes and editor of the Roundabout further Mb Bertha Slrayar w ere recovei ed at says that he never knew there Johnstown Pa Tuesday was such a paper as The Climax Henry Shaw of Botanical Garden until April 18S8 when he hapfame aud pened to come to Richmond and citizeus iuone of St Louis wealthiest dying nged uiuety years saw the sign Tub Climax was William Jones for twenty years a then nearly a year old and we Hatter ourselves had been copied trusted employe oCu Philadelphia pubas extensively as any weekly pa- lishing house has disappeared leaving per in Kentucky 3et the Round- bis accounts 10000 ebort about man had not heard of it To those who think that Kentucky Could we say more to exhibit the is short of fuuds we will bay that she poor knowledge of the State press has over 300000 subject In check and possessed by the editor of the thatit is still er coming Stmiford Journal Roundabout The Stanford Journal says Spain is to celebrate the discovery The Executive Committee with of America liy Columbus by olleriug not over two exceptions was as two prize b700aud 2805 Tor the poor a selection as could be made two beat historical treatise upon the The committee has been signally eveut The prizes will be awarded iu remissin its duty of naming dele- 1892 gates though we have repeatedly The Mason Foard Company urged the importance of a worthy lessees of the Kentucky penitentiary representation have purchased 300 acres of ground on The Courier Journal says The South Elkhoru near Frankfurt and statements of The Climax can not will cultivate it exclusively for produc be successfully contradicted ing supplies for convicts Â¬ Wo can not see any injustice done President Johnson We complained that he exercised no care in appointing the Executive Committee of five as two of them were comparative strangers and tbe liberal and progressive spirit of the age A stronger bond ol union kntl love is Mills rttnblldietl among christians of different names Tbe various BtatSs nave their organ izations anil the ityi 8 8 Onion has JuSt held its filth Annual State Con vention It was held in the far treat city of Paducah August 20th 21st and 22ud The attendance was greater than at any previous meeting Three hundred and llftytlm e delegates ere enrolled hailing from Hickman on the Mississippi to Catlettiiburg on the Rig Sandy The enrollment last year was but 400 tn the recent convention among the officers committeemen and speiiRer were Baptists Meho dUts Presbyterians Christian Con gregntlouolists and Lutherans all from the most nelive workers in their Suu day Schools at home The people of Paducah were profuse In their licspl tality furnishing the delegates homes among the private families of the vUy Xo restricted limits will suffice to do Justice to the earutst and instructive addresses and the delightful devotion- Â¬ al exercises of the Convention Among tbe topics discussed were these The Sunday School Iden The Efficient Superintendent The Teachers Prupa ratlnu The Work of a Couuty Con vention Sunday School Music Sun day School ttecords The Teacher lie ward Stimulating the Pupil to Siudy Success In S S Work and The Value and Conduct of Teachers Meet ings Iteports of Hie 8 S work from all partsot the Stele were also pre setiltHl Prom all these exercises and from the quickening of christian love among the t uuday School wortcrs not before acquainted with one atiuth er mut result hi a greatly Increased Interest urn efficiency among the Suu dny Schools of our State Â¬ Â¬ HIgli oh a 900000 lot 160x03 ft and will cost OONGEftNlNG In LiUcotn colintyi J3io to 3 60 Bold FARMERS JitR Â¬ J M Heath aged 42 ahd foiir lime a widower and Mbs llebecca Kidd aged 19 uere married at J H Kiilds yesterday Mr Heath must be a man of unusually whining ways to have won the hearts and hands of four women before reaching middle age Stanford Journal Dr Alexander Brown Mott one of the most noted of American urgenn one of the founders of Bell vue Hospital and a fumnlls physician is dead near Yonkerx N Y The dispatches also announce the death of Dr Jnmcs L Cubell senior member of the faculty of the University of Virginia ewes sbld 11 1 Â¬ Â¬ In Owen county 33 Cotswold sheep at 425 to 5 50 Tn the September number of Harpers Magazine James Laue Allen will trace the evolution of Kentucky Fairs J B Perry of Lexington has sold to Hi C Warm Detroit Mich the bay jrfalllou Wheeling Wilkes eight years- by George Wilkes dam Edward Everett for 15000 The promise of an abundant corn Crop lias produced a great demand for stock hogs Good ones are current at The Christian Soldier a colored pa Â¬ 4 obtain per published at Lexington has been J cents while Scents lias been ed for a few prime lots Winchester handling the Lexington Leader with Democrat outgloVes for the assault made Upon A Barber of New York was at the the Negro race just after the recent State election Hit him again iiiy Bourbon Houe yesterday en route friend and brother you have the ap Â¬ for Renieks Audersous and Rich proval of eVery Intelligent negro Iu the mond to look after Shorthorns Paris Kentuckian State Georgetown Times A Cincinnati dealer has purchased Trof R M Dudley boUght of Mrs Sutton and heirs the lot on Main 2000 fat cattle in Bourbon and adjoin street near itamllton from which the ing counties The prices ranged from 335 to 475 per cwt residence was recently partly burned for 1500 cash The lot has a frontage R D and Pat Steele sold to Richard of 27 feet running back 140 feet The Webb on Tuesday four yearling mules old walls will be torn down at ouce ut 100 per head They urd very fine and a business house erected on the nud a Very even lot Lexington Ja Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Georgia raised last year jg3OG9000 bushels of cum of an average of 108 UUSluLj per caplla based on her popu Â¬ Wwireiutliorll wnnnouncetliepervon for tlieofucea wtose mime are lation at the last cent UK while Penn Â¬ liKlloHted subject fmind below of the Demo Â¬ to Ihe action 40414000 biwhelSi or cratic jKirty sylvania raised In olhef 10C bushels per capita fOIt COUNTY aonoE word in proportion to population Georgia raised more corn tiiau Penn- Â¬ joiincchenault sylvania Georgia had at the time of FOR COUNTY ATTOKXBY the census 10GGOO invested in the JA SULLIVAN mauufacture of liquors of all kind FOll SHERIFF 14270000 while Pennsylvania had Pennsylvania does not raise near J V BALES enough com to supply its own wauts FOR COUNTY CLBItK Manufacturers Record ANNOUNCEMENTS IS REQUESTED At Our Place TO EXAMINE L WHILL Copt Nat S OfTdt reports 75 or SO call le on sale Feeders of 1000 to 1100 pounds weight sold at 315 to 3 23r yearlings ut 200 to 3 Good mules 125 to 150 per head But few mules offered Georgetown Time HOWS THIS FOR JAIIKK JOHN F WAGERS JAMK3 C LACKEY SAMUEL BIGOHRSTAFF THOMAS S FEUUKLL JOHN HILL THE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT I AJiniOAUOua WE POSITIVELY HAVE THE GEORUB W MAUPIN JOHN CURRY TOR ASSESSOR Â¬ LATEST STYLES NEW GOODS Â¬ Winchester Aug 24th 18Sd site Georgetown Times George W Rains recent lecture engagement at the Texas Chautauqua was most complimentary to the elo- Â¬ quent Keiituckiau He delivered three lectures one being his magical tern peranca address which carried the audience off their feet and the Texas ladles loaded the gifted speaker down with rare hoquels It was the proud- Â¬ est moment of my life1 said Bro Bain Paris Kentuckian Â¬ Zette Spradley Marick of Norfolk Va shipped Thursday 36 head of harness nud saddle horses bought in this and neighboring counties at prices ranging from 300 to 1700 TI10 total lot Valued ntl6000 Dauville Advocate Â¬ We oiler One Hundred Dollars re ward for any case of Catarrh that can not be cured by taking Halls Catarrh Curej CO Pnopa F J CHENEY Toledo Ohio We the undersigned haVe known F J Cheney for the last 15 years and believe him perfectly honorable in all buslbess transactions and financially able la carry out any obligations made by their firm WestTruax Wholesale Drugglsls Toledo Ohio A J WILLOUGHBY WJHARVEY CRTODOR JOBLTEMBRY AND AT CONWAY DOZIER D U RICE FOR COUNTS SUPERINTENDENT J 11 HARRIS MRS A T MILLION FOR COUNTY LURVEYOH Reasonable Prices OUE ASSOETMENT OF nnTT a nn n J GWILLIAMSON KPARRI1H A Waidin Kinnana Marnix Whole sale Druggists Toledo O Â¬ CHEHAULT ii ibTT HfiGHS SHIRTS UUlibAlia1 i uuuauu D ERWEAR E H Van Hoesen Cashier Toledo Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ - Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- -- Â¬ The hemp house of E B Muir burn- Â¬ ed at S oclock this morning It con tallied about fifty thousand pounds of hemp 500 bushels Of wlieati a lot of farming implements There seems to be no accounting for the fire There wai 1000 insurance in the Insurance ComjKiiiy of North America 1000 in Springfield of MaaaarjhuscltSj on hemp 5500 on building iu Home of New York The loss he estimates at 4000 Lexington Press A special from Ulasgow says Hon Basil Smith one of the oldest and most prominent farmers iu Barren counly dletl yeslerday evening at his home near Glasgdw aged 84 years Mr Smith was a Democrat and for Â¬ merly took a great Interest in politics He presented Barren county ably In the Legislature several terms and married his present wife who was Mrs Mary Luckett of Frankfort He was thefathirof Mr W B Smith of the Olagow Times Cnpt Dan Tilrney In getting tip a Mock company with 250000 capitnl to rebuild the Arlington Hotel recent- Â¬ ly burned at Blue Licks and also to build a railroad Id the springs A large amount of the stock has already been Mib cribed and the remainder will be readily obtained The purpose of the romimny is to build a large three story brick hotel with all the latest conven- Â¬ iences The railroad will be rnu from Myers Station on the Mnysvllle tail nrnd across the county to the spring n distance of six ralle and can be constructed at a ot of about S40000 An old colored woman named Fan- Â¬ nie Davi aged ninety nine years took second money at the Danville Fair in the ring for the best made cotton quilt There uere more titan two thousand pitces hi the quilt and the old lady h d made ii herself the pol year She N 11 remarkable woman for her age and the skill with which she fastened into slinpe the quilt on which site took second money would do credit to any of our young ladies who dabble in dec orated china or drawn linen work What State can Miow a woman niuety nine years of age who can down the younger dnmes of her county In quilt making Danville Advocate Miss Nannie Pedicord d iughter of Mr Green Pedicord of Winchester and Mr Thomas Jackson a yoimg farmer of the county were engaged to be married Tuesday was the day for the wedding to take place Tuesday morning a well dressed young man from Hamilton Missouri arrived iu Winchester and gave his name as Mr G A Goodman It soon became knowu that he was engaged to Mifs Pedicord and be had come to claim her fur his own He called to see her Friday afternoon and she told him to come back after supper and she would give him a satisfactory answer meanwhile Mr Jackson was procuring his license and a minister and while the gentleman from Missouri was eating his supper the gentleman from Ken- Â¬ tucky was being united in the holy bonds of matrimony with the girl they both loved Â¬ National Bank Toledo O Halis Catarrh Cuke la taken internally acting directly upon the Lancaster Court Z E Bush auc- blood aud mucus surfaces of the sve tioneer reports 150 cattle on Uie mar- tenn Testimonials sent free Price 75 ket iUO changed hands at frohi 2jc to Cents per bottle Sold by all druggists 2 Those sold at 2Jc averaged 000 8 11 lbs Six good geldings sold at from 125 to 155 Good crowd in town but Louisville Tobacco Market rather a dull August court Â¬ is the most complete ever offered in this city OUR NECKWEAR embraces everything new and bright Some days since Messrs Geo Y tiyue Co real estate agents sold for Mr Harry Huggins his farm of 100 acres on the Wiudoru road 8 miles from NIcliolasville for 575 per acre payments etjitai to Cash Mn Augus- Â¬ tus Elliott of Windom was the pur- Â¬ By Ulover Durrett Louisville Ware House tobacco 00 00 We Make a Specialty of Flannel Shirts To wear one is to be convinced that you will wear no other TVe can please the chaser Journal The Public Land Survey opproprla tloii of 2JDfl00 Is tube divided as fol- Â¬ lows Arizona Callforuii 5000 10000 Colorado S15OO0 Dakota 10000 25000 Idaho Minnesota 5000 Montana 25000 New Mexico 10000 Utah 5000 Washington 20000 J Wyomlug 10000 During the Fair last week over id Sales on otfr market for Ihe past week just closed amount to 3S37 hhds With receipts for the same period 3040 hhds Sales 011 our market since Jau nary 1st amount to 83169 hhds Sales ofthe crop of 1S6S to date amount to WE CAHRY NONE BUT THE 62010 hhds The sales for the past week have been the largest of the year the offering being principally hurley tobacco At times the market Was a little irregular on the medium and common grades bilt in the main prices have beeu well arid us onr stock Is not large we are contiumilly renewing it and therefore sustained The following quotationsTairly rep our slock U ALWAYS FRESH We resent our market on Hurley tobacco Trash Dark aud dauiaued tobacco 2 50 to 400 Colory Trash 450 to 750 10 Common Lugs not colory 4 CO to most critical BEST G0035S Em and IJNE HOSIERY colors and can not be excelled in sizes prices M 000 worth of horses were di posed of at 0 00 in and color and r as theevery shape style size cant jdease will man or boy whom we have to wear a bonnet ERCHAHT We carry the Best Brands of Hats prices ranging from 5000 down to 250 The progress of Boyle county ns a market for fine trotters has been so rapid Fayette will have to look to her laurel otherwise she will be outstrip Â¬ ped by her nearest rival Danville Advocate Colory Lugj SS 00 to 1100 Commou Leaf 800 to 13 00 Medium lo good leaf 1300 In 1800 18 00 to Select or wrappery leaf 3800 and io consequence our prices are Exceedingly Low 3gTGIve us one trial and you will he convinced Local Produce Markets BV COVINGTON WEEKLY CORREUTKD AliKOLO A llHOi GROCERS MAIN STREET RICHMOND KV Richmond Ky Aug 27 1SS9 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ A good looking young man on the street the other day was George Smith of the Curdsviile neighborhood who in the year 1879 was convicted of the murder of Lemuel Brown and sen- Â¬ tenced to the penitentiary for life He wag a mere lad only about 14 years old when he committed tbe deed and iu consideration of extenuating circum- Â¬ stances the commissioners have agreed to let him out on parole His conduct during his Imprisonment has been ex- Â¬ cellent aud be has Iearued the shoe rnukere trade A collection was taken up here for him and enough money se- Â¬ cured to pay his way to the West Responsible parties are his bondsmen and he will start soon for St Louis He expresses the intention of living in such a way as to tflace the blot on his name qnused by the sad deed done iu his early years Harrodsburg Demo- Â¬ Wheat 6o6s -2 Wiuchester Court J A Ramsey Flour i 2 00 per auctioneer reports but few cattle 011 Corn per barrel Hay 100 Hs 755IO the tnurheU One lot of fuir yearlings Oats in klieaf per 100 Rs io6o brought 1885 per head Ujc No other Lard public sales Fifty common ewes Tallow 34C Beeswax i I5iOc brought 2 55 ptr head Plug horses Feathers 2Q0 low About 100 aged mules sold at Meal 607c prices ranging from 150 to S175 for Oats per bushel 40joc ft 75 good ones A few suckling mules Orchard Grass German Millet 50 were bold at fair prices A good croud Timothy Seed 2 25 9 lu town but u dull court Closer Seed 5 75 in sheaf The latest reports from the corn crop Oate blue grass seed Choice 5065 of the Purchase and of West Tennessee Red top seed 1 00 are to the effect that it will be very Sweet Iotatoes 75 4 050 heavy In Fulton Hick mail aud Car- Â¬ Irish Potatoes lisle counties especially the corn Is said to be betiding beneath its weicbt LIVE STOCK MASKET PEP0RT EMI1RY of golden grain The wheat crop is lly GKEKXE p Sloclc Coromxlou Merchants at Clnciu also said to be much larger than was LI lmll Union block Yards autl CoWnglgn Stock Yards considered The farmers are not going to starve this year aud when the far- Â¬ Cincinnati Ohio August 26 18S0 mers prosper the whole country smiles SHIITING CATTLE Paducah Standard Good to Extra 42 4 50 3 65 3 85 A correspondent of the London Jour- Â¬ Fair to Good 2 50 Common and Rougli 3 00 nal of Agriculture says iu reference Good to Extra Oxen 3 50 3 75 to the sex of eggs Last winter an Fair to Good Oxen 2 50 2 75 old poultry keeper told me he could Common and Rough 2 00 2 25 distinguish the sex iu eggs I laughed BUTCHER CATTLE at him and was none the less skepti Good to Extra 3 S5 3 60 cle when he told me the following Fair to Good 3 50 3 40 3 co 3 25 Eggs with the air bladder Extra Fat Steers secret Fair to Good Steers s7 3 00 011 the center of the crown of the egg Good 2 40 2 75 to Extra Cows will produce cockerels those with the Fair to Good Cows 2 00 2 25 1 ooftl 1 50 Common Cows bladder one fide will produce pullets 1 00 Cows and Oxen 75 old man was so certain of the Rough The BULLS truth of tbisdogmaand his poultry yard 2 50 2 25 bo far confirmed it hat I determined Best Shipping Best Bologna 2 00 I 75 to make expriments upon it this year Fair Bologna 1 75 I 50 I have done so registering the bladder Fair to Good Feeders 2 00 I 75 1 25 I 00 vertical or bladder cue side rejecting Common and Thin FEEDERS AND STOCKERS all in which it was not one or Ihe other as in some it is only very slightly out Good Extra Steers f 3 25 3 50 Good Fair 3 oo 3 25 of the center The following is the re- Â¬ Good to to ExtraSteers Heifers 2 oo 2 25 sult Fifty eight chickeus were hatch- Â¬ Common and Thin Stockers t 25 1 75 ed three are dead eleven are yet two COWS AND CALVES young to decide upon their sex jof the Best Grades 35 oo40 00 remaining forty four every one has Fair to Good 23 oogjo 00 10 oo20 00 turned true to the old mans theory Common 5 00 This of course may be an accident or Best Veal Calves Fair to Good 4 50 4 75 coincidence but I shall certainly try Common and Heavy 2 50 3 50 the experiment agriln HOGS Select Butchers 4 25 4 30 Several daysAago at a moonlight Fair to Good Packers 4 io 4 25 picnic given by some negroes near the Good to Extra Lights 4 60 4 55 4 25 Woodford county line a difficulty oc- Â¬ Light Pigs 4 40 curred in which twenty or thirty shots SPRING LAMBS were fired aud several negroes slightly Extra- 5 25 5 50 wounded -1 The great Omnibus stake Worth 24000 distuuee one and one half miles was run fit Monmouth Park Tuesday and won by Longstreet with Procter Knott second and Saivator third Time 23GJ Longstreet was raised by Mr C B Hawkins of this county who is yet in possession of ills dam Midway Clipper TILOBIHC DEPABTmEHT is perfect in every equipment we invite inspection of goods and prices Men Boys and Children will find jnst what they want and at their own price in our CLOTHING DEPARTMENT We are prepared to fnraish yon with a complete outfit and know we will do it if yon are a man of taste and consult your own in- Â¬ terests As we cant mention everything call and see for yourself CHENAULT 0 IIAGAN Beef Cattle Butcher- Hogs Sugar Cilred Hams Bacon Hams Country 3s3 753V2 44o 145150 15c 15c Jtc Cured Butter Chickens Ejig - - fi 50 1 tioc 00 GORMLEY CO conW C GORMLEY tinue in their elegant house corner or Main and Second Streets Richmond Ky formerly occupied by J P Ilcrndon ns a drug store S1 ssiious if tmiiEss Â¬ Â¬ covusroToir 21S West Main Street Kichmond Ivy mitchell JK4 Sales aM Harness Â¬ MADE TO ORDER of the best materials and by the best workmen Cooling Blankets Horse Boots Spurs Stirrups Toe Weights Trace Chains Bridles Muzzles Collar Tads Collars Blind Bridles Surcingles Gold and Silver Buckles Harness Oils Harness Soaps Horse Brushes Scrapers Curry Combs Riding and Driving Bits THE RESULT IS GOOD THE PUBLIC IS BENEFITTED -- Â¬ AS ITS SERVANT- - Fancy Bridles Trace Chains Hame Strings aud everything else belonging to a complete Sad- Â¬ A dlery and Harness Shop specialty of Track Harness Light Road Gormley made the harness with which Susie S won her great Buffalo race and also that with which Bell Vara raised herself from 2 500 to 5000 ALL WORK WARRANTED H JStrengs Aim Is Accomplished Our Great Upheaval Sale was a great success Our object was to give the public the benefit of our advantages in our purchases We have sold more goods in the Inst month than wecverdid before The dis Â¬ 4140 gk tribution was great We have added new friends toournumerous old We will not stop until every man woman and child that buys ones goods in Eichmond is enrolled as our customer and to accomplish this there will be NSSk Tc 7n o ir HO LET GiMasrcial Cheapest UF IS TEE BARGAINS H we shall continue to offer to the public kdlegpEH1 College in ihe World Bear in Mind that We have in the J Streng Never Tires of Giving Bargains Bstt Business nisrmt noini and Cold Jietfal over all other illrje- - at llM KmvUion lor System ol last few days made many new purchases at our own Iu other words Hoods Sareaparilla will not do impossibilities Its proprietors tell plainly what it lias done submit proof It Wont Bake Biikad Tsa Jtoak KeenttiQ and wiirral Bviituu Adueation year Nearlv lonistadrnti in attendance the past 10MJ Torelgn Countries from W 8tatp an II Teachers employed Omluntrt in 7f ISSKalnei Conns consists ol Book fceepliur nmnhlp Commercial limine Arithmetic lrtwBIerchnlWn Nankins Joint SJocfc Man Â¬ ufacturing IertU v IluVnrH Practice Mercan nBul-nmCDuc tH inclcdn Tnitlon stationery and eboot fM Hoard iw a nlr famil wt1Cic mill Telesrapny are 1 jv and rooms peclal rloclaltlee tnler clone orteacher the Business with and caa r price TOE PUBLIC WILL GET THE BENEFIT r nCtorFaII Txc DejKtrtmeiitrorXJMllea dmrv Principal Kuijiored No charse lor proÂ¬ Lady Ita flo Vacation Eater curing situation IF YOU WANT the one you want to see one A Dress be it Silk Satin Woolen Saloon Gingham or Calico I Jn Ipr ClrcnWm address WIiISC2 B SOUTH Ircs- now XxlngtonIr Â¬ Â¬ KENTUCKY S S DXIOX Editor CHmax One of the most significant move raents of the day is the Huuday School Union Not aiming In supplant the schools of any denomination nor to disturb the existing status of tbe Kun day Schools of our country It feeeks to fupplemeut this work in such a way as to increase its efficiency It is not tbe design of this movement In nrge the organization of distinctively Union Schools except where no church can or will maintain a school People of Messrs all religious denominations are uniting business of tbe Association Grubbs and JJosley were named be- Â¬ in tbe Union knowing that the S S cause we meet at Winchester next work of tbelr own churches is greatly vearand it was proper that they as promoted by thus being In line with deficit A post office iuspector find that Denny assistant postmaster at Booue vllle Ind stole SC5531S from the Government aud 4000 of thti post Â¬ masters funds The postmasters bondsmen were compelled to pay the Mrs L L Hume has been appointed postmaster at Irvine and will proba bly take charge of the office about the first of next month Tims Williams the retiring postmaster has his office Iu floe shape and ready to turn chrer to his successor Eagle Â¬ JJore sixteen story buildings tre be Â¬ ing built in Chicago The jjlouad nock is to cover a lot 273x67 U aud will be 200ft high Tbe Manhat Â¬ tan building is to ue sixteen stories from sources of unquestioned reliabil- Â¬ ity and ask yon fraukly if you are crat suffering from any disease or affection caused or promoted by impure blood Last fall the workingmen of the country were told that their Interests or low state of Ihe system to try demanded that the Republican party Hoods Sarsoparilla The experience should triumph and the Republican of others is sufficient assurance that policy prevail They were toid tbe re- Â¬ you will not be disappointed iu the reIt election of Cleveland would lead to the sult ruin of the great mauufactuiing estab Â¬ ELECTION PRIMARY lishments of the country aud the im- Â¬ poverishment of thp wage workers It is unanimously ordered by tho The Republpnn candidate was elected Democratic Committee of Madison and the party that foryesrs maintained couuty that a poll be opened at the le- Â¬ a high tarifl was put in control of the gal place of votiug In each of the Dis- Â¬ government But the good time for tricts of Madison county on Saturday laboring raeu did not come wjtli the October 12 1859 between 7 oclock a inauguration of Mr Harrison as Presi- 31 and 6 oclock p it for the purpose dent During bis brief term of service of nominating a Democratic cadldute titers has been a marked redaction in for County Judge County Attorney the wages of nearly every claw or labor Â¬ bheriff Jailer Couuty Clerk Superiu ers Had Mr Cleveland been terdeut of Schools Ass essorCoroner and and this condition if things follow Â¬ Surveyor to be voted for at August elec Â¬ ed what n cry would have gone up tion 1890 At bald primary all Demo Â¬ fiom the protection advocates and mo crats who havo heretofore acted with nopolists A protection policy does not the Democratic party aud young men mean better wages for the working who cball arrive at age before August people Workingmen Who Toted for election 1890 and who agree to sup Â¬ Harrison under this impression are port tiie nominees of the party shall be opening their eyes to tbe fact that they entitled to vote C D Ciienault were deceived by the Republcan lead- Â¬ Aug 0 1889 Chairman ers Georgetown Times 9 17 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 0 22 J Civil A G WILLIABISON CITY ENOINEEK Engineer and Surveyor Â¬ Surveys made for Railways Turnpikes Roadway Estimates fiiveu c Farm drainage Town liott laid off If you want any Domestics I am tho one you want tp see If you want any Cottonades Towels Linens or anything in the Try Goods line I am the one you want to se If you want a good Suit of Clothes for a Man Boy or Child I am the that will suit you - GENERAL LAND SURVEYS Llne3 retraced Special attention glveu maps ami plats of In topographical farina and oilier lauds Correspond Â¬ ence solicited with parties Interested In survey of lands hi mountain coun Â¬ ties of Kentucky -- If yoji want any Shoes Slippers- or anything for foot wear I am one you want to see ilw 0lce-Uily Hall RIchmondKy 9- - If you want a Bat I can Hat you If you want a Carpet I am your CarpetiTan If you want any Plannel Over Shirts or Hhderwearof any kind I will fix you lllPlltf i - for Uie great sucÂ¬ cess ot Hoods Sarsaparilla is found la the article Itself It Is merit that wins and tbe fact that Hoods SarsapariUa actually ac Â¬ complishes what Is claimed for it is what has circn to U1I3 medicine a popularity and sate treatcrUiau that of any other sarsapa- riUa or Wood purl ficr before the publle Hoods Sarsapariha cures Scrofula Salt Rheum and all Humors Dyspepsia Sick overcomes That Headache Biliousness Ttrert Reeling creates an Appetite strength Â¬ ens the Herves builds up the Whole System UoeJa Marroporilla is sold by alldiug The Chief Season SILL FIRM FOR SUE f IVieni Wini good Mue xrawi land in tj on Four Mile rrnul mid ForU aud Otter creek pike mile from Ford We wish to st n privately For Prices I refer you to my locals found elsewhere in this papeff 54 ACREd as a sample of what will do If Low EricesuW Clerks apI Iadi iii coun I Good Goods are any inducement donl fail tojconfrj to the bREAT NEW COTTAGE OF 4 ROOMS kitcliHi and other houses Smoke Louie aud Good well at door two springs Tor- - stock Ycuug orchard of choice fruits S- BARGAIN SALE which now begins fercli U lslxtQrt Si Co Apothecaries23 20 - Lowell Preparedfeycmood lUss - - J BTPIRYISJS -- HT 38-- STRENG Xaii Stmt Ricksoni Ky FtmlJvy wP 1 1iljii - ii Mrt t svsr M smrnzTT -- rr Rftapert and Mowers if- - K- - Clavicle Extracted build from Richmond to Beattyville at The Treasury strrpfus yesterday gellst B F Clay Georgetown fcxecn1 dottrs are locked and further develop Â¬ THIN COLUMN Richmond merchant told ninety four Dr H R Gibson cf Red House one f 3S5io- - The distancu is 57 miies amounted to 70800000 the highest five Committee RoTjert Graham Chas ments are yet fded fori reaper and mower the season just cW pay last week called in Dr J M Foster figure siDce October last Pension Christ Brooks has been arrested in LLoos J W McGarvey j B Grubbs JDKESDAV AUGUST aS 1SS9 ing That is the largest The contract to construct all the depots A new schedule of rates much fdcu number ever iof this place and they extracted tHe Joim Is Baxter has fear ekgaot new A Fab hurst Virgil McClure J C May and a decided improvement on previous Commissioner Tanner will reduce this on tile LoUlsvltle Soutiierri extension Louisville for burglary sold here in one season Large number collar bone of Cyrus Wells sdri of all of Lexington Immense hoard about 518000000 be- Â¬ cottages la a good neighborhood to frcrh Lawrerlcebllrg to tieilngtdH HlU Robert Marvel ah Indlafia Rfan fasted ones has been wisely arranged by one of of cultivator planters and other Tarm William Wells eFsr next week aboUt UVerlly fore the end of the moutfr however rent He Is also my agent for the sel- Â¬ Among the resolution wa this one beeH aWanled Mr R C firadley Mar sixtj seVen days and died fllat wal For further particulars our gate keeper machinery have been old this year jean The bone Was decaying from rodsburg Sayings ection of all my rents That ve FectthiroeHtl ttf the prayerful apply to Tlios Williams who guarantees Stanford Journal post office now close at 630 p m he man clous scrofula and this extreme measure 11 12 G W EVANS consideration and general support bf He salsfttUtm fn all eases where his method Steam Creamery The new Steam Laundry Co have Beginning October 8th good for 30 was necessary The operation vat per Â¬ Ipecul train to Cincinnati Sunday at If you some times call a water melon a Kentucky brotherhood the Christian may be applied TheBoggs Creamery i now milklnjr formed by cutting the flesh on line from days ticket will be sold at one fare for watcrmillion why not call Ham Melon determined topfit the price of work round trip Widows and Orphans Home Louisville a fifty of their own cows and a neat new the breast bone to Mr Thomas Gibson one of our most down so low that everybody can afford FOR RENT the shoulder and pull- Â¬ the round trip to Middleborough A great Ham Million and the Christian Bible School of the rra cottages for rent br Collector wagon is kept busy conveying butter and ing out the two end of the bone with sale of lots will take place front the 14th enterprising and energetic farmers and to have their work done there aa cheapA thoughtful citizen has suggested to colored brethren New Castle iter See ad buttermilk to numerous customers The powerful bone forceps Bpeehil rates given to 19th of October The Committee on Obituaries reported traders has gone to North Carolina to ly as elsewheftr us that this Schwelnfuth religion that -- UN1TI entire product of the creamery finds sale on family washing 4 tiKs tf tx tK T--vvmw irrriraic The literature of this subject shows that Ticket are on sale at the K C depot wears no elothes was invented for the deaths during the year of Gen W T buy several hundred sheep He went well leCJCYJUUl iui utw vVtw here at home The work it done by the operation Is a rare one The only In Richmond fbecnreccired If you want to buy a sulky surrey WEDNESDAY SEPT 4 1889 Bne Tare for the rtrtlnd trip sake of Jim Parkess monkey that cant Wither Mr J G Chlnn Mrs Wm supplied with the best of liquids for his modern machinery propelled by steam case reported from Kentucky is lhat Gfattford Mrs P S fall Mr John gay and merry companions sake and we buggy or carriage call on Donelson For a term of three years psf to ail points in the South and West for well wear ciblheS- the well F Wager shipped three car of power and is clean irom beginning to formed by Df MeCreery in Shackclftfrd Mfr Ji fjboV Mrs Vir Â¬ confidently expect him to return with the for he baa the latest best and cheapest known farm of the late Hugh AJMran i8u The excursion September 10th good for thirty end The Nicholasville Democrat say that ginia tie to Cincinnati last week lugular Vein and several important arteries days This is an opportunity 6- of some Hanson and Eiders John W jortei whole Tar Heel Sfrfe tied lo his saddle a local itatistician has discovered that vXll 1 pass immediately under the collar bone Isst nfr vwow v and Hamilton Frazier and offered appro- Â¬ The Jafi1p rMeting at Bffofiesborough urxicii f ub a Powell represents Ten of the largest ie Bowling Green is to have a new road 798 chickens have disappeared within a Precisely So Dr S M Letcher says he knows of a priate resolutions of respect Itiery as 3u tnigHt thinW for1 has closed good sermoftf god order and Fire Insurance Companies and writes A few months ago a lot of St Louis case where the collar bone was extracted to Louisville By btllldirlg forty miles fortnight Jn another paragraph he men Â¬ Prof acros raysdri and Edmonson COliKlles tions Ule effect dr Jailer wads oil eorfsr rWrl J W McGarvey submitted a re a good time in general were distirigtikHed Mills Stores Dwelling Stables and erea Far next Thursday Friday and fellows came throuch this countv and and d rYev otic greW In plate Of it dfllie Committee on the Ashland features of the occasion and fifteen per- Â¬ Live Stock at Lowest Rates 7 32 theC S W can be tapped at ostics nil 1 0 r sold thousands of dollars worth of ranges Voting Wells is progressing satisfac Â¬ f m1u 5 Al -- Seven mites Southwest of ItiebisotMl members turdlji oetiM Mission which now has It sons made a profession of religion The Litchfield Work is to begin at an early at 65 to 70 apiece Now Shackelford torily Dwelling teaaat Young man yrJU suouiu uave your on Stiver Creek Laurel county has a place named Viper is proposed to build a church there at a unfiririg Sorts of all connected with the CaTie Forman continues to give day bouses barus fencing and land all ht its Gentry have on tale a much better and a correspondent from that place writes cost of 5000 home meeting met with very lafg and appreci- Â¬ shirts collars and cults latiridrled at general excellent condition See notice Ooe ktm no lessons at her range made In Chattanooga at I55 to o To Change Districts The Three Forks has been located from the Echo that he expects soon to hear the tf dred aeres will be allowed In eern The Committee on Enrollment report- ative audiences who pronounce il ICTy the new laundry A very determined though quiet effort Drowning Creek as far toward Richmond music of rifles shot guns and pistols as ed 347 delegates in attendance from the 3CO acres in wheat or otber smalt room and lunch counter at K all complete Always patronize home about ng productive of good results Lalor hlfya Country Produce Kags grain It wilt be rented as a whole hi WirKams propri- - institutions No doubt the farmers who has been put on foot to change Anderson as Frogtown which is a mile ndftll of Dm Field and Fafler have opened the State and 10 visitors from other States j dtot n Richmond two part as divided by Sliver Creek 44 17 auil Iron bought cultivators from strangers who county from the jth to the 8th Revenlle SpecdWtll A DOTY TO YOURSELF FrtfgWwri geU the depdtj fort with a lifghtiay dttelr Evangelists J X P South J M In three or In four parts as divloeti ky came through here a few weeks ago District the oflVce bf tfle lftltbr being at and Speedwell will he uwved bodily over it is surprising that people will use a The Steam Laundry Iia3 turnpike roads and I lie ereek The Downing b L Slirber jofifl 1 Rogers The editor of the Stanford Inside Jour- Â¬ Mr W C French shipped a consign could have done better with the home RitamoHdi common ordinary pill when they can fencing and that oa the ptkt There has also been an to Frogtown post office and all nal has been out to Vhite Sulphur Jesse Walden and W H Hull made secure a valuable English one for the been completed and will do outside er cf huty to Strodsburg IaM last merchants all ot stone will be kept repair at equally determined effort on the part of brief and interesting reports of the work 8am e money The Three Forks road has already Springs and here is what he says Dr Ackers English your work at the lowest the expense of the estate ia I el some to prevent it in fact at she first sug Â¬ in their various fields pills are a positive cure fur drawn up an amendment to its charter was present at a German given to a pop Â¬ Persoos who wish to rent eallhtg at Collects er The fort of Philadelphia Mr C N riupatnck shipped four gestion nearly everybody here was against and all liver troubles Tbey are price- Lexington was decided upon as the tf the farm or upon me at Whites Sta Â¬ Under Buchanans administration Jef Â¬ it but it is certain that there have been re- Â¬ extending the line to Pound Gap In ular young lady from South Carolina the place for the next Convention and the small sweet easily taken and do not CM liwikuj uj ijuuniiuc J- BIT CUS tion will be fbown over the ptaee or less than two years the road will reach other night and saw more finely dressed It Cared Uriels Disease gripe Sold by W G White Prescrip Â¬ ferson Robinson attorney at law this cent and several converts to the desire for ufMMi not tee I will meet them at lh It that Gap and will be met by a line from or rather undressed women than 1 could Tuesday following the 3rd Monday in tion Druggist Speedwell Ky May 4 I860 Thte farm Also any information desired place was appointed Collector of Uic Port a change For the change It Is urged August 1890 as the time for said meeting R L Breck will sell 42 acres of the olher slde making A through iiHe take iit at dHe sltliria JDr is to certify lhat 1 had Bright Dreeoae furntelied hy mail The fddfrial I invite bids in of Philadelphia He wes brother of the generally that it Will more Tairly feHualiie from Th convention closed with an ad PIED or something very much like it and writing until the dttte named by mail Loitiiville to Norfolk matt tljj a game ieg parddrl reference id irJ near town limtts next Wednesday Robinson who owned a mill on Silver the districts aRd thus help the business of was iu very feeble health This was in or otherwise It will be nocoaoary tbafc dress frSrri Sir j B Pdweli of South- Â¬ notice D A Shanahan was in this county on defects and naturally has but one leg hampton England Creek this county He betartte ritih and the Slh without hurting the 5th that An- Â¬ Mr- - Jnlia Ann Gentry wife or Joe the year of 1887 I used one dozen persona Wtkliog name the aeeiritieev upon which those undressed women Mr V R Taylor has a fine collection finally settled near Kansas City One dersons collection district would Gentry died near Won City lu Madi Â¬ bottles nf Smiths Kidney Tonic and they propoee to give then be Monday selecting the location for camps could sit It was not so much too many I am now In better health than I have If not rented oh the date ttaed th insects on exhibition in John G Tat day he and his brother engaged in a fight identical with its Congressional align- Â¬ One will be placed at Cow Creek and son county aged Si years PERKINS been for years plaee will corne day after that dale ha wnJow one at Mrs Wagers place The Arm women as not enough room to sit ars and he was killed ment and that within a few months Rich JAitm M Hesdrbn rented publicly of which like fwMte Mrs Judy Kanalzer died oil Tdtcs By the way we cant understand thin mond will be as easy of access as Louis- Â¬ has rented her buihllnjrs rpr thjs mirpjjse We hear from reliable authority lhat Sold by W O White Prescription notiee will be given I The Steam Laundry has gotten another Protracted meeting began at Bethel Creek in Madison county Ky on 4U eavr Druggist Richmond Ky K L 3JRECIT larger and finer thing of going so far away to get a Col ville For Anderson special advantage alid KaVe Brusrtd the luruocr for the Cow tile new railroad dep3l ill UithmtfritJ Stirirlitfi ew de very wagon Monday Aug 26 lb 18S9 aged probab Creek camp The company is doing its has been located at the present southern lector of the Port 11 12 It is urged that she Would In the 8th be Wbiled Station Ky bin the first Burial In Richmond cem- Â¬ your property in one of J S Mollie Haden wifedf Ltfof iyOyear Died Mrs Insure i WggSr lhah all the rest of the district and best to furnish us railroad facilities at the terminus of Third street at the northern 73 etery 26th of flux Powells Ten Companies Dr M P Robinson formerly of this How About Madison earliest possible day and we trust that ena 01 1 nira street on Brookes lot on Haden Sunday would therefore stand a good show to soon ousty is a probable candidate for Mayor Madisoll Mrs Leroy Haden died in Whooping cough and measles have Tfle fJCw steam laundry Is equiped The Bowling Greet TtSles seconded by have the Collectors office here that man- our people will see that no obsta Â¬ West Main street on Luxons lot on FLex ngton the CourfcfJournal says Every coun- Â¬ ufacturing only straight sour mash she cles are unjustly plaped Jn Iheir vay North street On Cnlonl Mdberleys lot ben raging for sometime in this commu- Â¬ county Ky on Monday Aug 26th with every modefd improvement aiid aged abodt So years Deceased wants to do your washing tf Frsrt Burns a grand son of Mr C ty In the State ought to send delegates to would be in a district where nothing else fudge RShardi ahd Mr CoHiwaii have on Secotld street on Squire Powells lot on nity y passed awny Utlelfjeitedly She bad where Second street in Mr C F Moberleys Jurey this place died in Indian Terri the meeting of the State League of Com- is made and this avod being classed with been here settling the meeting closed at Syloam Protracted OF A XEW- Whisky Blossoms mercial Clubs to be held at Louisville ttA Louisvilles cheap and inferior manufac- Â¬ ever the parties have desired to settle front yard in the Armer addition in the M E Church the 26th with three addi Â¬ been sick a short time Burial in Rich Â¬ Drv last rcek Rod Purplo Noses out of court Only a few cases will have Crow addition in the Parrish addition tions mond cemetery yesterday September 24 and 251 li will be a meet Â¬ tures These and other points have caught The foundation of Sheriff Bales resi and Lot and Ym ij Eoi OrtLOlrlO on Stone Walkers vacant lot on Parrish Irvine Eagle ing in lire Merest of Kentuckys advance- Â¬ some and we have heard a majority ot to be litigated HAPPINESS AND C0NTEXTJ1ENT corner of Main street and Aspen ment a matter Ulcerated Nosss st street Also that the two roads will in which every citizen the distillers in Anderson many of whom PEOPLE EVERYWHERE The great bridge at TyrOttB on the Toll Tale Faces sod is completed Cannot go hand iu hand If we look on ought to take a deep interest have signed a petition for the change IoutsVille Southern between Lawrence Â¬ have a Unidn depot oft the site Of the old Confirm nUt- statement when we nay the dark side of every little obstacle on Boys and Girt quickly restored to Natural Color Price on Earth Specific Best Will the Richmond Commercial Club Lawrenceburg New As Executrix nfD B Willi- - h that Ackers English Remedy Is In ftolhlng will so darken lifo and make with JO cts to pay postage br small trialOoe Dollar burg and Versailles was formally tested one Mr William Melon and wife of Col- bottle fireo every way superior to any and all other it a burden as Dyspepsia Ackers Send Harming Co 17 aClark Stcucago eettsed I will sell to the bhrbtwt ami v---be there Will Charley Ross Tascott 11 xr VMIl ICil UI1 mA vr CF on last Friday Twelve coaches of pas- -hm rtno iriillG Lw ItHtf best bidder on preparations for the Throat and LuDgs Dyspepsia Tablets will cure tho worst RELIGIOUS and Dick Tate be there Wood Dttnlaps Kewardi Hcnsiay for California sertgerj and IliHB irdm LoUIbVIIIb Iu Whooping Cough and Croup it Is form of Dyspepsia Constipation and Uasoline stoves In all sizes and at all Mr Woodford G Dunlap of Lancas- Â¬ from Lexington met at the bridge in- Â¬ the contract has been let Id build a magic and relieves at once We ofler Indigestion and make life a happiness prices from the plainest to the finest at THURSDAY SEPT 26U1 1889 The Great Southern Chair Fnetory At excellent farm of 1300 acres with and pleasure Sold at 23 and 50 cents ter Garrard County has had hi services cluding many persons from diflerent jldrts thilrch at Brookstown this county for you a sample bottle free Remember 45- Breck Phelps Ers brxk house for rent See advertise- this Remedy is sold nn a positive gaar by W U White Precriptlou Drug We have received from the Mason St In behalf the following described property of the Kentucky Republicans of the State THere wttre also two steam the Clint tian denomination W G Wliltej PreBfcrlptlob fclsti apteeby of Dr R L Breck Foard Co Frankfortj Yhetr new semi- rewarded by a roll THE BLOOD ONE NEW Great numbeis Very nice plum Mlirij Kj fcr loads from Frankfort Druggist sad Weakness lUlarU Iadteeattea Rev Dr Henderson1 will preach hts annual catalogue of chairs made in Ken- Â¬ his lot Biliousness take or persons in the vicinity were thire it Vou talk abodt belfcg taken lu Jessamine county will hold a Demo- BIIOWNS mox nnTEits last sermon for the conference year at tucky penitentiary It is a large volume For sate KINUST0X said a drummer an accident nccur h tares qotcklr-the gvuuiac bf all dealers ia tratc primary election on the same dar Revenue Agent W J Wilmore in is believed that two thousand pVciple rJedrctoe Get of nearly a hundred pages profusely illu charge of the district of Kentncky with were present Tiiere were three brass Providence on Sunday at 1 1 oclock hat Madison is to hold hers ed during ray last journey which be 9S5 trated A glarrce through tire book shows headquarters When the train from Louis- Â¬ Rev Phillip S Fall of Frankfort the Miss Berry of Louisville is at Mr T sides proving of iuterest to your read- Â¬ in the Custom hois here Binds M Hc Bredelir studio was robbed on lhat this company tnakes a great variety received ville reached the bridge CoL Bennett oldest minister in Kentucky led the C C Witts Road horses trotters and runners containing 10 ACRES now necuploil word yesterday that Collector ers may serve as a caution to many Wednesday of a portfolio of music of chafre Irom the plainest to the hand WilHom Cassius shod in any manuer desired I have fey John ArnoW ami situated itwmoili Goodloe of the Lexing- Â¬ Young announced that he would not W B M in prayer at Versailles last B S Terrill bought 20 cotton mules Last month I was In Chicago and have turnpikp ami within one ately oil tolnest not including upholstered work ton Internal Revenue ad press notices and 25 in money resort to the ordinary graduated tests week Â¬ reason to believe that a certain large just received an extra lot of four year half milethe Kirksville Madfcou csmn- from Wiley Burns at a fair price of It is the largest chair factory in the South ed Mr Dunlap to district had appoint- beginning with an engine and testing old second growth timber for repairing ty Ky be General Deputy house in the center of the city required W H Elliott and A J Thara of Es- - and docs the best work Jno G Fee will deliver a lecture at Ao Dr and Mrs Bronaugh of Stanford jnst such slock as I had I determined all kinds of wagons All work guar It makes nine empty cars then Each arr were here on Friday going to hundred chairs a day and they are shipped Collector has the ol the five Collectors in cautiously withwould move atnext with the Court house next Sunday August are visiting friends and relatives once Kentucky appointment of a Gen- loaded c but On arriving outside of anteed at the very lowest prices 8hop to visit It The 2jth at three oclock Subject heG A R Encampment at Milwaukee from Virginia to Texas eral Depuly Collector The latter works the passenger train boldly tlpott the Negro his relations tB the Government Miss Katie tjfubbs of Ui Sterling Is the flrtiis place of business which back of Brookss drug store of No 1 FRESH LAND lyinpr ea the Respectfully Friday August 30th will be the 2f th Ht further stated that if there and the Kingdom of Christ Lancaster visiting her aunt Mrs It f Petlus in conjunction with the RcVehue Agent bridge Covered nearly half a block I notict d same pike in sight of Kirksville Thin Steam Laundry Progress 8febly S 1 MIDKIFF unversarv of the battle of Richmond his territory being th whole Slate no were those afraid to cross they could get News will be sow as a witoie or in lw over which was a eign C A Redd Esq and wife of Crab a stairway ihou h the day of the fight vaUSaUirday pareefe Also Laundry work is coming in from all matter from What district in it he may be off and look at the bridge and a good reading Entrance for Commercial Advice to Mother Rev Preston Blakes meeting at Red Orchard spent last week with W L parts of the county Painl LtcV Silver appointed Sikdf many suddenly appeared desirous of see Â¬ Thinking that the office beJin l7nr3ToWs Soonnaa cattingahosld almri Travelers used when chiMren are teeth It re The first house in Rodesdale a delight- - Creek Kirksville Moores family additions Foxtown Union Citythe little Mr Dunlaps headquarters will be with ing the bridge The train moved out on House closed with thirty of the buyer was in that direction I liera sleep andmatntBaai it produces natural ill suburb cf Richmond is that of Mr quiet the httkeherBbairiiMBa aright About twenty five were enrolled with J Waco Berea and other points Orders Revenue Agent Wilmore here His po- the bridge Col Young standing on Miss Lizzie Wesl left on Monday for mounted the stairs with rising hopes aa a button It is Terr pleasant ia iaste It V Rrmell now approaching completion 2 Horses 7 Calves 1 aBays fron outside the county come from Ford sition is worth 2000 per annum and as the engine Midway the train halted Republican Baptist church and the others Midway where she will attend school for At the top was a long passage with soothes the chUd softens the gnras kauvi uall pals 7 Cows 75 Siioats 10 Bull 1 Heatpt 5 1 Mares regulates the bowels and U the best remedr Sw Lot of elsewhere It was a big work for Red the next ten months for diarrhoea irhetber arising f rem teething or Mr W P Norris formerly of this Irvine Beattyville Wildie Conway Liv- Â¬ the duties are not extremely onerous al- Â¬ immediately over the longest single span Clover Mower Sprit Wajtwi similar signs pointing straight along other causes Twenty STe ceata a bottle Hv about SO Aeres of Corn in the place is now with the Mechanics Savings ingston Lancaster and elsewhere The though at times a trifle dangerous the in the world and whistled long and loud House Born to the wife of A K Doty a ten At the end of the corrlder there was a 65 Fiehl work is aone wiuiout ruooing or wring- Â¬ place is considered a very good one Mr a 6ort of Rebel yell which was taken General Boulanger now appears as a pound daughter on the 15th Inst Arid turn and more stairs this lime leading iirk Kansas City Us yoa want to in Sale to begin at 10 oclock a m Go to Lalurs Cash Store for Grocering but by centrifugal force and conse Â¬ Dunlap is well known through all of up by the other train and steamers and possible factor in the religious movemetit a better nurse t never saw than Arch vest downward The BlguH continued to Terms easy and will be made known 44 17 quently without wear and tear Besides Eastern Kentucky and in other portions of prolonged until the vast canyon was filled in France M Edmond de Pressense in ou day of cale For any further parÂ¬ show the way At the bottom I open Â¬ ies Senator elect Roberts says that his ma A protracted meeting began last Sun- Â¬ Kirks- Â¬ looking betrer regular laundried goads the State and many outside of his own with reverberations The bands played an article in Harpers Magazine for Sep- Â¬ ed the door with a sigh of relief and Get your clothes ready for the Iauu ticulars apoly to J R Simmon Mttiieoss jority t Kockcastle countv was tu instead ville or YV L Cruteher at can be worn longer than others without party will be pleased to hear Ol his good and hundreds and hundreds of handker- Â¬ tember incidently explains the Generals day at the Glade Elder Collier is assist Â¬ found myself In the street I had dry tf National Bank RkIihhmmI Ky nf S3 and that his majority in the district soiling fortune for he Is more than ordinarily pop Â¬ chiefs fans parasols umbrellas canes relation to a fraction of the Catholic ed by Elder John Gibson of Stanford simply walked up one stairway MRS SALLIE E WILLIS I 33 Fire Tornado and Aeeklent Insur ular for a Republican He is a newspa- Â¬ hats hands and newspapers joined in the party 10 15 Executrix Mrs R J Patton after spending sev- Â¬ through a long hallway aud down an- Â¬ E le little 732 Caught on the Fly ance written by Powell d son of pho- per man of merit and at the last session demonstration Then the train crossed The editor who is now in Europe has eral weeks with her fathers family will other stairway to where I had walked tcg rier Schlegei fell while playing and A K C train one day last week car Â¬ of the Legislature was representative at over to the opposite side and returned return to her home in Louisville on to Â¬ five mluutes before MADAM SCOTT tells Past brake a leg The patient is rapidly re- - ried a lot of chickens in crates in the Frankfort of the Commercial Gazette followed by the Lexington train Not arranged to publish a scries of wood cuts morrow in this paper beginning with the Septem- Â¬ Change in Sleeping Car Service on the Present and Fntnre covenn the slightest depression was detected at express car While the train was whirl He is a warm personal friend of Col Events Â¬ Mrs Buchanan of Missouri after Queen and Crescent Route any point of the bridge After duly ob- Â¬ ber number The cuts will be the porMrs Sally Ann Cobb who fell and ing along at a gTcat rate one crate barst Bradley Col Collier and Collector GoodMay be consulted at any hour traits of leading English clergymen also spending some time with her father Mr Wood is somewhat of an orator serving the grandeur of the Tyronean The Evening Express leaving Chat- Â¬ ibrokc her thigh while walking across a and the chickens were turned loose in the loe pictures of some of the historic churches Boulware and other relatives will return Main Street tanooga via this line at 620 P M Rooms at 422 express car Several of them made for and made some very energetic stump scenery the trains proceeded to Lexing The exerefces of Mrs FormarTa Ss room Saturday before last is slowly re- 5- leet Seltool for Girfe will open ton Last spring when the announcement of England A picture and sketch of horfie to riidrrdtf the open door They no sooner struck speeches during the last campaign daily has through sleepers arriving in overinr Archbishop Benson will appear first was made that Col Bennett Young had IviuIsVllle at 780 and Cincinnati at the current of air outside than they were Courier Journal 21 Donelson has a quantity of new sul- Â¬ MONDAY SEPTEMBER 2 88 PIMPLES ON T1IE FACE Versailles Churchman Mr E J Shackelford recently in busi- - swept alongside contracted to build the Lousville Southern 610 the next morning At Keatly the kies surries and buggies of the newest the train Mr Joe Tay- Â¬ ncss at Conway k now book keeper in lor u tlie same building in which they from Lawrenceburg to Lexington thirty The Rev John F Hurst DD will Denote an Impure state of the blood sleeper which leaves Kuoxville at 8i30 baggage master was standing at the We Aeknon ledge the Conn and most popular patterns and at very were eaudueted hist year and are looked upon by many with Cic large flouring milt of Forman Chen- - door give in Harpers Magazine for September suspicion of his car and as the chickens ctme 5- Blood Elixir will P M is attached running through to reasonable figures Madison is one of the greatest corn miles including the great Tyrone bridge Acker Co this place MISS BESSIE BARBOUR a grad Â¬ along he reached out and pulled them in counties in Kentucky being one of only ordinary mortals laughed at the idea and ah account of the little religious commu- remove all Impurities and leave the Cincinnati The morning express train complexion smooth aud clear There leaving Chattanooga daily at 200 A Mr J E Dykes has an abumlanee uate of Central University wad At least one of our citizens saw him pull six that produce more than a million bush- Â¬ engineer gravely doubted if the task nity which Dean Stanley once called tile -The Hazard Powder Co has ordered is nothing that will so thoroughly M and 755 A M have sleeeers of Ice for sale aud will deliver it every dent at Bryii Mawr College dtKfctff ns past year has beeti engaged aa JShackelford Gentry to build them a in one of them and it is natural to sup Â¬ els each Its exact product is 1090090 could be done Fayette countys sub Â¬ oldest ahd smallest sect in the world purify aud build up the constitution 4- Ipcwder magazine of five car capacity and pose he caught the entire lot Mr Tay- Â¬ uusncis ior me year isxs i ne six coun- Â¬ scription of ftOoood depended upon the This body of Samaritans numbering strengthen the whole system Sold and through to Cincinnati connecting in morning Iu any part of the eity completion of the work by the 25th of about one hundred and fifty souls is to guaranteed by W G White Prescrip- Â¬ Central Union Depot with afternoon lor should join a baseball club I the same will be ties are Union 178585 MISS MATTIE BRONSTON has Special rates will be given oa family Henderson done this month But the road and bridge be found in the heart of the small city tion Druggist aud evening trains for the North and washing by the steam laundry rive Instruction 1276990 Shelby 1246500 Hopkins tf been engaged loof day Modeliattin the B1 Lewis the tou chest encm in lrang system We Dont Believe It East The Limited leaving Chatta Â¬ Madison 1090090 Warren were finished not only on time but with of Nablus in North Palestine They HhHea a week to spare Col Young has now possess what they claim to be the most jRichmond is in jail charged with rob nooga 7 P M dally has through sleep Nice country lard and meat of all Free Hand Drawing as is taught ht the The Lexington Transcript says t On 1029 76- Boston seltoote Pupils of all ac will ibing a boy named Turner who lives at account of negligence the profound confidence of the whole ancient copy of the Pentateuch kinds new honey milk shake and be expected to give e or two hmifti ers to New Orleans aud Shreveport on the part of the Thus it is seen lhat Madison is 5th in The wood work of Ladies Hall is being IMr John W Parrishs No extm per week to this study The morning express leaving Chatta cheap croquet sets at A H Lalors ticket agent at Richmond the passengers a class of 119 counties But the average country as the most daring railroad man The eighth annual State Convention of rejuvenated with a new coat of paint eliarge Mies Bronstvit will a Wo have 44 17 uuog at 010 A M has thorough sleep- on the north bound train from there yes Â¬ per acre for the number of acres in corn in the Ohio valley Mr Joe Prgg is at home again He m the Christian Womans Board of Mis- Â¬ charge of tlte Art Detartmeat of the Mr Willard Smith from Geneva Ills er for New Orleans It Hopkins 5S Shelby 43 JO- pent the lest five months in Ohio Penn- - terday enjoyed the pleasure of paying is as follows ScIhmiI sions assembled at Versailles on Tues Many Persons visiting his cousin E P Fairchild is PERSONAL day of last week Mrs J S Shouse State fcrlvania New York Maryland and Vir their fare the second time The agent at Madison 41 Union 32 Henderson 25 Mason county AIouzo Arc brolccn down from overwork or household Near Chester Richmond had failed to stamp the tickets Warren 21 Thus Madison stands 3rd Rev Overton Asbel and wile have been Lunsford aged only eight years at- Â¬ cares Browns Iron Bitters tginia whh Robinsons circus President in the chair Mrs W C rebuilds the system aids rHgejtkm reaoTM ex Â¬ Miss Mollie Downey is in Paris therefore Uiey could not be received by for average in this special class of 6 Tharp of Versaills delivered the address visiting relatives and friends at this place tempted to climb on a moving freight cess of bile and cures malaria Get the tea nine A fellow with a lame arm is about town the conductor Of the four counties that produce more Hon W B Smith is in Kansas City of welcome and Mrs Berry of North Miss Maggie Rawlings has returned train lost bis hold- - and fell under the begging money to go to Virginia saying We think that the Transcript has been corn than Madison two are larger in ter- Â¬ The Jlotbers Friend Middletown the response Among those from a visit to her aunt Mrs Henry of cars The wheels of twenty cars rolled Miss Bessie McDowell is at home 0N MONDAY SEPT 2ND 1889 he was blown up in Ohio He will get imposed upon If however 6uch a- - thing ritoryHopkins and Warren the former placed on committees was Mrs B C Rockcastle over him cutting oft his right arm and Not only shortens labor and lessens blown up here if he doesnt leave town happened let the names be sent to Mr F having 52000 and the latter 47000 more again P f I will Hagerman of Richmond on Nomina- Â¬ left leg aud severely bruising his body paiu attending It but greatly dimin at 2 oefockhighest bidder sell to the B Carr ticket agent at this place or to acres Mrs Strockelsy died very suddenly Mr M B Arbuckle is at Linnietta tions The Treasurer report showed Durrett Jackson aged 27 who lived He was picked up and carried to his ishes the danger of life of both mother Mr S F B Morse general ticket sigent But there are five other counties that do Springs that nearly 6ooo had been collected about a week ago She was taken to her home and lived just long enough to anduibild If used a few months before Jnear Speedwell was adjudged a lunatic on former horn in Indiana for burial Chamber of Commerce Cincinnati and not produce a million bushels each yet write tue uraunew nt stoek in the First National Bask of Vast Thursday and conveyed to the Lex Miss Laura Eastin of Lexington is during the year just closed throw bis arm around his motueis confinement the money will be promptly refunded average more per acre than Madison Regulator Co Atlanta Ga for fur- Â¬ Richmond unless sold privately henre ington Asrlum by Collector John Baxter Miss Lena Sayres spent a few days neck and kiss her good bye visiting relatives here The Baptist District Association comwith all due oppologies that time namely Lincoln 55 bushels Montgom ther particulars Sold by druggists here on her way to Owensboro where Miss Mussulman of Cvnthiana visited posed of the counties of Mercer Ander- Â¬ BS1 also desire to sell privately y Mr Wood of Louisville is now PnMie Sale of 42 Aeres of Land ery 50 Bourbon 46 Garrard 44 Jessa 8 11 she will spend the year in teaching farm of 207 ACRES situated near Mrs D R Forman last week son Boyle Marion Garrard and Lincoln Killed in Estill salesman for Crooke Bennett Urmston mine 43 Add to these the two counties R L Breck will ou Wednesday BriMikstown Mr Charles Lester has been to Clarks Sept filling the place of Mr Bennett who occu- Hopkins and Shelby above mentioned 8 11 LUCY A BAXTER On Sunday Deputy Sherifl L D Mau Miss Lilly Miller of Richmond is vis Â¬ met at the Salt River church near Har 4th at 3 oclock p M ofler for rodsburg Ky Tuesday Rev B F burg Indiana to visit friends and to at- Â¬ sale publicly on the premises at 1st Kpie position in the Internal Revenue pin went out to church at Flat Wocds in and in average per acre Madison stands iting Mrs J B Partes Estill Eagle tend the re union of his old regiment Taylor delivered the address of welcome office this county News came that a man had 8th in the 119 toll gate ou Big Hill pike 42 acres of Mr Silas Cobb attorney at law Omaha J L Bruce was again elected Moderator John G Taylor Rich Mason county nearly reache Madison been killed on Drowning Creek and he A revival meeting his begun at the land situated ou South side of said pike Nebraska is visiting his parents at Red and G R Waters Clerk With this J W Weatherford a prominent banker proceeded thither finding that just across being a small fraction short mond Ky carries im- Â¬ It Glade Christian church Rev Gibson of and close to city limits of Ennis Texas formerly of Lincoln Home meeting the church celebrated its one Stanford assisting the pastor Rev S m The counties that average less than mense stocks of Salt Lime county Kentucky who died last week was the creek in Estill county Leroy Ellison Capt- - H I Todd of Frankfort and forty one and more than forty bushel Mr G E Dozier of Illinois is spend- Â¬ hundredth anniversary and people for Collier Having taken a thorough course Ib the Cement and an uncle of Messrs W D and Georee aged about 20 had killed Bill Dillingham of bis wife will celebrate their golden ing a few days at his old home in this miles around came to hear its history aged probably 70 both colored He arÂ¬ per acre are Daviess 407 Woodford Â¬ Kindergarten under Miss Adams Machinery and Im- Lexington I will open Weatherford of this place The boring for oil is being prosecuted wedding on the 20th Inst This ven- Â¬ told Rev S M Cook was given the county rested Leroy and a companion and de Â¬ 404 Boone 401 Clark 4007 distinction of delivering the centennial with vigor They have reached a depth erable couple have been blessed with a plements Sulkies Gear and A Flying Dutchman rith a big organ livered them to a Constable who placed The counties that produce less than Mr Ed A Tipton a prominent horse feet but the unctu- Â¬ large number of sons and daughters the best line of Groceries in On Monday September 9 89 entertained the denizens of the Armer them in jail at Irvine Another arrest forty and more than thirty are Bath man of Lexington was here on business sermon he being the oldest member in of about nine hundred the district He is eighty odd years of ous liquid has failed to put in appearance and grandchildren aud there will be the market a school at my home ea Third Street addition in large numbers every night for has since been made Some parties had Boyd Bracken Carroll Fulton Grant last week A large and well ventilated room will age and is yet hale and hearty He gave as yet 41- a family gathering on the occasion two weeks past and pulled in nearly a acted in a boisterous manner while pass Â¬ Harrison Hickman ogan Jefferson be built especially for this pwpeee Mr D A Shanahan of the Three a history of the church Salt River and a bushel basket of sheckels Prof L V Dodge Mr George Ames Mrs Watson of this city Is a daugh ing the old mans house the night before Mercer Nicholas Oldham Scott Trim- Â¬ For further information apply to Forks was here on Monday going to Irvine also of the chnrch in Mercer county and Ernest G Dodge attended the State ter of the house and of course will be Miss LOULA BRONSTON and thinking Leroy was one of ttvm re- Â¬ ble Mr William P Dalton who lives out to hurry up their camp present to ofler congratulations on this 6- spoke of the advancement it had made Sunday School Convention at Paducah 230 N Third SUrt- There are 21 counties that raise less in the Speedwell vicinity was in town monstrated with him upon meeting that than thirty and more than twenty bushels morning whereupon the accused roan Miss Ruth Crow ot Richmond has etc and throughout was listened to with They report a very pleasant and profitable interesting event Frankfort Argui Wednesday and said he had paid off a with a large barlow knife slashed the old per acre the remainder raising less than been the guest of her aunt Mrs Lucy close attention by the vast crowd present occasion and unstinted hospitality on the Post The continued use of mercury mix Remaining unclaimed in the ending mortgage on his farm is now ahead of On Tuesday there was about 4000 and part of the citizens The Convention was Ky week fellow across the abdomen disemboweling twenty Welch on Pine street during the week lures poisons the system causes the Office at Richmond the hounds and he wanted everybody to on Wednesday 5000 people on the more fully attended than any previous August 27tb 1859 The county with the greatest number Danville Advocate him mercu- Â¬ know it grounds The little church being unable one there being 353 delegates in attend- Â¬ bones to decay and brings on Branham Mary E Keltic Mrs Bonnie of acres in corn is Henderson having Your City Taxes were doe in May rial rheumatism The use of S S S Beaerer Mflte Mits Jennie V Moody entertained 41 to hold the people the beautiful wood- Â¬ Krouse Otto B An Dnfortnnate Family This la warning to pay before the per acres but Grave Christian and Referring to the Kavanaugh Camp ance 50U7 Impurities from the blood gives Brown Mrs Bertie Lee Henly forces number of her friends at Mrs Adam R land adjoining was substituted and all cent Is added Meeting the Paris Kenluckian Citizen The misfortunes of the Wells family Barren have nearly as many a good appetite aud digestion and Bryan B R col Logan Sarnie Lucy Greens on last Saturday evening and a day services were held there JOHN L BAXTER GUARD AGAINST T1IE STRIKE Montgomery say Miss Belle Bennett President of are so marked as to be unusual imd we The county reporting the smallest num- Â¬ Robt Clark City Collector 10 12 builds up the whole human frame Crome Peat delightful lunch was served at 9 oclock Montgomery Lue the Woman Missionary Society secured hope the family will pardon us for men Â¬ ber of acres is Jessamine 5504 acres The Kentucky Christian Missionary And always have a bottle of Ackers Send to Swift Specific Company Draw McKec Mrs Mary CooleyJack Mr B J Newlon of Richmond spent Convention was held in Versailles last Euglish Remedy in the house You for training school for lady missionaries The county with the smallest amount of tioning them Elsewhere in thit issue Newland Miss Mary may er 3 Atlanta ua ior Treatise ou Davis Edwin a few hours in town with old friends week Elder George Darste of Frank- Â¬ can not lei bow soon Croup cough 1000 lacking 15 after her address Sat- Â¬ will be found a notice of the Iovs of a col- Â¬ corn is Menifee 109148 bushels New Alice Elliott J F Blood Disease strike your little one or a cold or urday afternoon and probably other sums lar bone by young Cyrus Wells and of The total corn crop of the State for Tuesday He was on his way to the fort presiding Among the committee- Â¬ may fasten itself upon you Oue dose Gardner G Stetson Reeves Ashford B Sanders James The Swift Specific Company Draw Gordon J were added before she left the singular breaking of a thigh by his I8SS was 51505546 bushels The num- Â¬ State Convention of the Christian church men appointed was Prof C P William- Â¬ is a preventive and a few doses a posi- Â¬ bcott Jennie ofler a reward Hill Lem I have FIFTEEN HUNDREDTSN now in session in Versailles Midway son on Obituaries Miss Bettic Embry tive cure AH Throat and Lang troubles er 3 Atlanta Ga aunt Mrs Sally A Cobb Yeitrs ago ber of acres in corn was 2292819 Aver- Â¬ Woods Eliza Jones John yield to its treatment A sample bot- Â¬ Mr Jacob Shearer son of Mr Ab NESSEE HHEEP lor sale Caa be formerly of Richmond delivered an ad Â¬ tle is given you free and the Remedy cf One Thousand Dollars to any one Mrs Cobbs husband disappeared iiudden age per acre 224 So you see that Madi Â¬ Clipper Post Office hours from 6 A M to 7 P seen the 2Mb or at any time later unShearer and Miss Bessie Huguely daugh Â¬ who will find by analysis a particle of ly and mysteriously and has never been sons average is nearly double the States Misses Alma Hagan and Minerva dress in behalf of the Widows and Or- Â¬ guaranteed by W G White Prescrip Â¬ ir Mouey order aud registered letter til sold six miles east of Richmond on ter of Squire L Huguely first cousins mercury Iodide of potash or otber hours prompt i a sr to 6 p jr the Speedwell pike seen The fearful accident that befell average Crutcher two lovely young ladies from phans Home of Louisville of which tion Druggist living out in the Brookstown country es Â¬ HHCOLYER- poisonous substance iu S S 8 1011 It J B WILLIS P sr Fayettes number of acres in corn was Madison county who have been visitors she is manager B F Clay State Evan- Â¬ Arlie Wells son of Cyrus Wills Sr caped to Qhio last week and were mar Â¬ F0XT0WN weeks ago in which his skull not reported therefore we can make no at the home of Mr T E James have gelist reports the total work of all the only a few Miss Carrie Forman will continue to ried They were first cousins That is was terribly fractured is fresh in the calculation on its average left for a visit to Shelby county They evangelists as follows Miss Annie Clay of Bath county is give lessons on the piano at her home all the objection that could be offered minds of our readers Only two or three 5104 visiting her sister Miss Maggie at Mr No 407 W Main street from Sept left several devoted admirers here Har No of days in the field against Mr Shearer who i one of the years ago H N Wells grand father of Sermons preached 4830 rodsburg Democrat 18S9 Terms 500 per month Clifton Burgins best of young men They were married Baptisms 1326 the unfortunate boys was thrown from 11 12 j f - jTilSr J5E m Mr R Tate Irvine was here a few days Reclaimed as members at Columbus Miss Ackley of that city his buggy and killed His son MIlo was Mrs Will Denny and niece Miss Bettie RICHMOND KENTUCKY 655 and Mr W A Williams of Red House last week with his friends who by the By Letter or Statement Tblrty tbree horses and two camels killed in the Confederate army Kis son 439 Smith have been spending the past week 11 He will begin the prac- Â¬ From other sources 7 way are legion attendants The couple are visiting in the 306 with friends and relatives in these imme Â¬ were killed and other property belong- Â¬ Thomas who survived the war was shot West ing to the Barnum Bailey circus was - diate surroundings The right of way in Clark county from tice of law in Louisville in September Churches aided through the thigh while clerl of the 434Tate will carry with him the best wishes Preachers located destroyed in a railroad wreck ia New Cattle Wells Hotel here in Richmond which Hedges to the Fayette county line cost 42 Miss Loula Merritt has charge of the Three Colleges Thirteen Departments of Sttidyv OhiMioal Scientific of all who know him both here and Officers appointed Kentucky Union Railway 91000 York State 151 school on the Lexington pike and is in Judge Goodloe Sheriff Bales Mr probably hastened his death sometime the ami Commercial Preparatory Omuses at Richmond We predict for him a bril Sunday Schools organized 39 stilling bright ideas into the minds of some A fast tram has been put on the Morion George White and others sold their fat atterwards Another son Geoigc was Cottage with four rooms pantry cis- Â¬ liant success in his chosen profession spensea Prayer Meetings organized- 43 twenty or more youths Students find homes In the best families Hd Memetlai HaH cattle to Lehman of Baltimore on Mon subbed and killed while engage at the Route Louisville Southern and Cincin Winchester Sun tern and latest improvements for rent 160 to 241 Attendance I3t session froBi 37 Slates aad Terri-Â¬ moderate Cash for Kentucky Missions 12003 37 day at 430 They averaged near 1600 hotel above mentioned Be It prividence nati between Chicago and Chattanooga on Fifth street T B Ayebs Mr Launey Clay lately appointed tories For full information and Catalogue apply to is strange that ito many or accident 103224 Pimples boils and other humors are Pledges for local work- IU News comes from Nicholasville and 3LA2TT01T D D Oiasceliec 9 13 L Land Sold The following officers were elected store keeper at this place will enter upon small t family calamities should befall so Lancaster to the effect that those places liable to appear wbeu the blood gets the discharge of his newly assumed duties Frank Weller Deputy Collector of President R T Matthews Lexington Mrs Lucy A Baxter has sold her land Mr Wm Wells was in town last week are to be joined by railroad in the netf heated Tu cure them take Hoods Vice Presidents W Internal Revenue FIan was shot and J Loos Eminence about the 1st of September advertised heretofore in The Climax with one foot so swollen as to be ilnable to Sarsaparilla It o and H D Clark Mt Sterling Secre- The new house heretofore recently and kilted in Holmes county Fla by 3no We recall several cases of future in the Brookstown vicinity to Messrs put on a shoe 9 The Pinevllle Messenger reporta a tary F C Butler Morehead Treasurer frequently mentioned as a problem for Brasawell an Illicit distiller for whom Co contractors on D Shannahan R B Turpia 209 acres for dangerous illness in the family an a death JA 1 T Write Or CatsWgve nn fun lniiniMllniLiVUlOl the Three Forks estimate the cost to bear killed ia Harlon couuly Virgil McClure Lexington State Evan- - wise minds to solve is complete The he had a warrant two or 6000 Well improved HE CLIMAX AGENCY NOTICE Sd 1 -- Â¬ PR1TM uc sf llicmfFawU 11 I Â¬ tr---l ie Â¬ Â¬ isl Â¬ right-of-wa- fii pt i hm - 1 tr at Â¬ Frame House and Lot Â¬ 260 oesh3s 4 BROKE MULES Â¬ m dj Â¬ three-year-ol- Â¬ k kbl k ik Â¬ itS Â¬ Jte nt aeef-4-a- iM8 al Â¬ Bank Stock for Sale Seventy Snares Â¬ KI1EMAOT Hair Farm best LETTERS TAX NOTICE HEEP FOR SALI -- Â¬ CENTRAL USIYERSIT V 1 -- NEXT SESSION OPENS SEPTEMBEB 1889 itt Â¬ Â¬ JK BRYANT SIRATTOH Business College I llirsa 1 z fF 3aaB A -- j - itaNk 1 Ike h yvS n TfaMfc iBoh ct iikp fcjTL - w1 jEs3B5t9 uft itwi ar a sr Wart iriSi r rA- - J r- TTSi5fi rr erJr if 1 im ii Ai WRAPS FOft SUMMER j AMERICAN TABLES MR CLUGSTONS ESCAPE Ap- Â¬ Erenlne Cloaks Trarellnc tyotiUs Tabs Three Xlttle Stories with Morals for tho An Editor Ufo Saved by the Troper Young and tba Old plication of a Tariff Article CoaU and Short Pelerines j Is tho editor in Evoning oloaks for Bummpr are toad a THE GOOSE AND THE EAGLE Tho person who Bpoko was atalj of old rose turquoise or Susda camels- The Goose Vhoso Heart was Fired GRASS hair In a lonp oircular ehapo fitted to vrlth Ambition decided to become an raw boned man with rod hair and a the shoulders not shirred and with a Eagle and She loft the Farm Yard ono frecklod face Ho had a hand like a bias Beam down the back vrhlch Is left Morning and Wandered off into tho canvas covered ham and was cross Shortest ana QjWLrt Rmrlc from Cen- open below the waist line give full Hills ns aStartor She was presently eyed Mr Clugston the editor and pro NHth Ual KnMHd I AH room for tho trained skirt of the even- - Espied by an Eagle who pounced down prletor of tho Doodlovillo Yelpori East Wet ami Soh wet inff drcs the trimming Is a knifo and Soliod upon her as n prize plaltlng of silk around the whole gar What Means this Troatmentl de Â¬ looked up ho Why ah FAST LINE BETWEEN ment and up the open sowns of the manded tho goose I Came horo to roplled with good morning slr smlld a frozen sort of back A yoke like piece of open black be ono of you contorting his face and a Manitoba passementerie encircle the shoulders As a Fowl at Home you wore a Sue- - wnvo careering madly up and dovHl his and there are thick standing frills of cess replied the Eagl4 but as a ScheMta in Sifett Maj lain 1S9 spinal column Its a fine day or A g except to the plaited silk high around the nook gooso abroad you arq said tho visitor Not particularly with a cord and tassels to tie in front furnish a dinner f or some Blrd with n a rasping voice No No 4 No t SOUTH BOUND BKSn iMiir- - Kx mih A novelty for traveling cloaks is the More Sense And it wasnt It was a raw blus- Â¬ monks gown of brown Cannollto wool Moral When a Mechanic quits his tering rainy dayi and the wild geoso I vr til OHMMIL io a cnvoloplng tho wearer from head to job to become a politician it is not the were flying southwestward wlthnreok S0 J a 3SP I taapi 45P lilVtMtMl foot a monks hood forms tho bnck of politiolan who is Eaten pm Ive falnHMUi 1 9 4 a H 917 f 408 p bi loss OOBO p tywlilmn iojj 537 tho cape which is in long plaits In movement and a hideously profane Arr it to a HMP 540pm front the sleeves are long and square the farmer and the juo tzo paBl IO pi Atr lrUacli emphasis in their hastily warbled A Farmer who had filled a Jug with music and the gown Is confined at tho waist P a 45 st 30 I fcjo pm Aw ttaosr llnlWli by a knotted rope of the brown wool Cldor and taken It Into the Field with Thats what I bogart Mr Clug Ild 7 jo pn Arr Klrll AJnr which faljs to the foot in front alining him tore up tho soil for awhile- and stoii hs lis rioted with a sinking feel 4 aa P AtT waiifuotf 4 fP of thin silk is throughout the gown broke both suspondersi nnd thon wont ing that his callor stood in tho only A mnnel ot I MSP This rnwiVr never varle purity Mmicli ami whoJesonienc w Slorc and instead of buttons three small over to the Juj ltt anticipation of a doorway nfTordlng an exit from his Air tlie nnlliinry klixla nnil ra M eeniratil llinn competition villi the mnl carved wood heads of hooded friars Refreshing draught But when ho 8x10 sanctum and that there wasnt a Ar cmimol be kohl in tltndeH o low tet oliort weislit nliiin nml arc sot as brooches for garniture of tho came to lift the vessel to bis lips ho weapon shnrpor than a paste brush I No S Nw No 1 i ohl only In cmiik phosphate poior WHtTH MMTNli ail y Kx StmHx bH Kual RakincPOWOKRCu 16 Vail Street bod lea Other long wraps for general found that every drop of Cider had any whero within sight to dofond him Â¬ 21- New Yorfc use arc of sheer canv s stuffs crossed Leaked out and been Absorbed by tho self with in casoof an attaok Uytway with black bars and aro made to rep-- dry Earth No it wasnt was tho sneering re Jje Herat Inn MCasaaal IA Ah but this Is the Basost Ingrati resent a costume of themselves with It wasnt what you meant Joinder 4S Arr capes In fichu shape or with a hood at tude he exclaimed as ho flung tho to soy and you know tt wasntl You lve Haal m I aNS l4MMCWNcr the back and handkerchief like fronts Jug from him dont know what you Intended to say S an Arr KidmiiiMrt But behold replied tho Jug as it you whlto livered some of those have black borders in pop eyed tow a a squares imitating handkerchiefs tho split open and Revealed a long lostWill headed dlsfigurer of white paper You Arr WUirtienlni Tt aia Arr IVn 4 10 pi grounds of tobacco brown or of sago mado by the Farmors grandfather j lean chenp boardlng houso cut from o I 5 45 P 34 pn lriMHlnll Forerun down debilitated and overworked green and leaving him 75000 worth of real tho shank of a starved mutton Youre fc5 J At rrt 4 5 4 3 pn Prescription is Dr I I CrtHlMRMat Very handsome loner wraps from osWUe in Chicago 4 4 PI 5T pn the best n bjoa pm women of allPierces Favorite Weaknesses and restorative tonics It is a potent scared to death and you know It Pvo m SpectQc for all those Chronic Wortns are of black faille in redin- c j pi Morl If your Houso Burns down come to polish you off sir Pm going a 35 P Arr Iriaatlnn Diseases peculiar to Women a powerful Ken pn ersJ as well as uterine tonio and nervine It goto shape with Insertions of trans- - j and is not Insured you may in Poking to kuock your two eyes Into ouc and 5P ACT CS imparts viiror and strength to the whole sj stem MAYbVILlE BRANCH It promptly cures weakness of gtomach nausea Â¬ parent gauze around tho skirt through around Among tho Ashes find tvt tea chuck your No G hood In your own Ink IMifrestion bioatlnp weak back nervous proswhich is seen a lining of pahist green its value in Diamond Pius lost by tho keg 11 tration debility and sleeplessness in other sex 1VII IhiHv MtNtril nwCM have I done askod It is carefully compounded by an experienced or yellow silk The enormous bishop Plasterers when the housa was Built X tl Kx Mill physician and adapted to womans deHcatc tho editor In a trembling voice sleeves of Chantilly net are ocl a full organization Purely rentable and perfectly THE FROG AND THE TRAVELER lifClariaMiill What havo you doneP echoed tho yard and a half in width over a eloser Harmless in any condition or ttie svstctn Lvf I Vrtlntaw 145 pm- r A Frog who had his Homo In a Pud Â¬ large red haired man coming noaret1 Favorito Prcacrll lcam1iiii j ma mm 4 50 p only medicine sleeve of the light colored lining with dle by I lion is the WlDDItTrn the Wayside Made suoh an Ado 545 pm Do you pretend you dont know you lrt- - lIBJinjuuujl for women sold bv drucKlfts- a deep pointed cuff of jet and lace 612 pm An Milteratnux under a roattiTe ennr- The front ot the waist laps to the loft ono night as a Traveler passed that washed out fragment of a man Dd Ijiaa 7ttopm suitce of satisfaction in every case or price o pn Uni4M 4ij an 810pm UXX refunded This ruarantee has been side and has a ftchu of jet and net tho way that the Man was Fain to stop and you pretend you didnt moan me when -J I Kajaa MajmrtlSc printed on the bottle wrapper and faithfully you printed that piece in your paper jot In rows of nail heads wlta droop- Inquire the Occasion of it carried out for many years M N Nn 12 Had I not made such a Noise you last week nboHt How to Make a For lanre illustrated Treatise on Diseases of ing points like fringe below Other MOITIIHOCXII K0 paces with full directions for Women Kjc-Kx Nun black confections also from Worths would not have known of my Pres- Â¬ White Man of a Strawberry Blonde1 home treatment send ten cents in stamps Address Worlds Dispessart Medical Do you 10 pm are of faille with the backs nud ence replied the Frog Murt vllle srijai Lrr 603 Main Street Buffalo N V pn T But now that I de know what ol That article Mr exclaimed i ji pn Association fronts of Chantilly net plaited at tho - Jiitm a aa 4 Otrlitflt 25 3H Clugstoni oamosUy add appctillngty neck and waist line then forming the It queried the Mart HUknlan J 38 pm Arr Hart Why I am here was printed 297 miles from here r 4ai 46 us prn skirts below and still others are whol- Â¬ y pm 1 jS a IrslncluH Yes but what aro the odds to mo and pn jsai 635 p m ly of the silk with only lace attached - iurilltMtl w 45 f4 BADFIELDS Thais a little too thin That may v-- TbI as wing like sleeves beginning on the where you are You nro but a Frog N do to tell some alnl peoler from Krold 4 placo yourself where you will Ibia lMMln1a --unty tn Arrie shoulders ami dropping to the feet 3JdmM Taro lirHm m KKeea Moral The Man whose Mouth lors Mills but It wont gbdown with yim 3 natw tal l The long cloaks of Empire laces in TKtlXXOTB me Your paper sir aint edited and 4 roMKilllj aiMl OiM4nnal Ii xiu u nlitrtHMnli aiMl circular shape or with angel sleeves makes his Presence known is seldom published 297 miles from Doodlovillo Ixunclun worth minding Detroit Free Press are seen everywhere but the fashion- Â¬ V atid c make ftMr Hit rt Hmrlit Im going to show you sir how to mako lif fut MMatoti titr X X A M V Kjable modistes who had them last year a mop of ti Doodlovillo edltorl THE AMERICAN CROW Lexington N 4 ntklliKc uiMVtirta fcl now prefer for black lace cloaks Ho threw off his coat kicked over IMIHJKTANT Train HhiK Unr now r sleeved garments made over light How lib Several Cain Differ from Each t and itrH fnta tU- T iion iirl I rnn tho editorial chain nnd made a fierce Other ni forhiJiiMMihiHOtMiHiititi malciut Wot prtonTKLY colored satin surahs notably gray 11 North kal mm4 all imu lam sorry the character 6f the crow grab at the frightened journalist vt- iQKcn wunncr Uhanoc fawn or lavender following the out- Â¬ Haapme Cheeked Tlimtuch Tei4i miM In moments of groat emorgodey eJarjgcp vjlf hz avotdedJ lines of the figure yet not closely is so irretrievably bad for there is wi lad 5rcaf 10 av polol wacuid by n rail something like inspiration comes at much that is interesting about him Unci Hr bccrLMtaaagc foVcmcoL tiir fnl HaHbwiarK sMryw MeallfHt an fitted These have beaded trimmings nxjjlcd free x 111 of lltr CMnfMui- - ur some respects ho is even usoful Ho times to the assistolico of hard pressed partly jet and partly gold beads such In to some W K H BAtXT U MX acts oxtent as a senvonger ho humanity As his antagonist lunged SriiW BflCloIfKULAlORCo AgC Trm Tri as galloons on laso llke foundations Art K eats a few grubs in the meadows and savagoly at him Mr Clugbton cast a IFXlHfiUMI I ilMTIMIUU U for girdlos and collars and in fichu pastures and is said to bo in mueh do wild despairing glance around the MK 11 MORnE Urtil fVt At1lcilinntl 8 11 shape or as jabots dropping loosely mand occasionally 11 HlNTIXUTUN V lrt A iia Manr for furnishing forth room His eye fell on something lying down the front Agt- - Rcnu4l Ky It CAKK the table something the tables of disappointed disgrunt- Â¬ on that inial Of0cv4iiaiuiMTor otmnerce Bnild In contrast to these long wraps aro led politicians had hitherto escaped his notice His gloasy blue I Hiciniiutl 1 inc extremely short ones of lace and rib-Â¬ blaok color is fine enough to give a Quick as a flash he seized it bons made into pointed shapes tho certain beauty to his somewhat un- Â¬ and brought it down squarely Original Designs greatest breadth at the shoulders and gainly form But tho chief For ono of on the head of his assailant the point at the waist line with basque interest about him is his voicepoint 4 which brief moment the gigantic frame of the OF ARTISTIC like ends below and confined by a rib- Â¬ on certain occasions is wonderfully ex Â¬ red haired man stood motionless and bon belt of moire or of striped faille pressive and human If you como then with a crash that shook the and satin ribbon Sometimes the V suddenly upon the place whero a com Â¬ Yolper ofiice from back door to awninshaped cape is entirely made of two pany of in front he fell prostrate marauding crows are commit Â¬ g-post pieces of ribbon with bias sides meet- Â¬ Carry out this unsightly object ting their depredations the one that ing in front and back finished with has been placed as sentlnol fly said Mr Chtgston to tho office hands jet fringe or with lace frills anil havÂ¬ over your head on discoveringwill who came running in from the back you ing great bows of ribbon on the shoul- Â¬ crying ha ha ha with a force of ex Â¬ room to see what was tho trouble and ders matching the waistband Simpler pression which Edwin Booth with the cold sevoro aspect of a man still are pelerines of plaited luce a scarcely equal He gives the could whose time was too precious to be h single deep plaiting attached to a yoke sound with a strong aspiration and wasted on trifles the editor of tho of net at top and quite even all around at sound its Doodloviile Yelper sat IILES SHORTEST falling nearly to the waist line or else prolongs the vowelha ha to glva Itcry table again and resumed down work his full force of the Ha he will with long mantilla ends added for the from above the streets with startling writing a lurid description at ten fronts Such capes sometimes have effect just as if he bad caught you in cents a line of Mrs Van Sampsons epaulettes of jet tn heavy patterns on some villainy and just as you might millinery opening llCTWKKN the shoulders with fringed ends drop- Â¬ say the same word if you had caught He had knocked the big freckle ping on the sides over the arms and some one else in a villainy and nt first faced man senseless wilh an editorial Ciiicimili anil New Orleans still others have gold galloon for trim- Â¬ blush be will make you feel as if you entitled Tariff on Wool Chicago ming Harpers Bazar yourelf were the culprit I know of Tribune no bird olocution equal to this Ills LAST OF HARI KARI HE GOT DISCOURAGED TIME 27 HOURS ordinary cry is the same syllablo reÂ¬ Unexpected Incident Which Will TroD Ice Water a Poor Howard for a lie as peated more rapidly in a not unmusical An aldjrChinse EN1IKETKAINS tho Mlkadoa Method Well Told as Thl BAOOAGE CARS voice But without any attempt at The ancient Japanese custom of Pretty rough this Oklahoma busi Â¬ forcible elocutionary expression and DAY COACHES Hari Knri or Happy Dispatch has re- Â¬ AND SLEEPERS ness but no rougher than Texas was sometimes varies the haw to caw ceived its death blow For conturios when I first went out there said the or adding a syllable makes It caw er Run Through Without Change man with the sandy goatee as he laid His call to his mate Is tho syllablo it has been usual for any oxalted Jap- Â¬ 1 11 rfjt anese dignitary who may have mor- Â¬ aside his paper couk couk couk couk usually four Were you ranching asked one of times repeated But his faculty of tally offended his soveroign to receive 110 MILES THE SHORTEST a polite official intimation to tho effect the group u speech seems to be limited to tho vowel No sir I was a railroad station sounds aw and ou and the consonant that his suicide will bo pleasing to the 7 HOURS TIIH QUICKEST l and until recently it has agent llhTn KBN sounds h k and r In this respect ho authorities Must have seen a great deal of law- Â¬ is by no means equal to some ot his been tho unvarying practice for tho of- Â¬ AND Cincinnati Jacksonvills Florida fender to ncquiesce resignedly and lessness foreign relations He is howovor a 11ME23 HOURS LCWZST 0OHSIST3HT PSIC3S Ooeans of it sir oceans of it I much smarter bird than his English after summoning his rolativos around The Only Line Kiintilnj 1 lirnugli had to kill five men In the year 1866 him to formally disembowel himsolt cousin the rook but unfortunately hi3 SkfjimK Car fiHiiuiati to Jnck- Wc liave lit tarK t trailt In CJeHlrnl You did smartness all runs to mlsohiof Hurt in their presence If tho culprit hap- Â¬ MHtville Wlilimit Clwiige KfiiriKy ami HrHHtte fali fneiw pened to be of exceptionally high rank Yes sir and wound as many more ford Courant fin-- jrkM awl infurma the soveroign would as a mark of Didnt want to do It you know but It tinij iefre irlfriftg any utile of wttrk Marvelous Feat of Memory honor send htm a jeweled sword with was kill or be kiHetL The crowd let which to operate upon himself But WM ADAMS SON Importer me alone after awhile but the Indians Marotus tells us and had the state- Â¬ 4 4s Lexington Ky wore a groat nuisauoe FHOMJUNCTION CITY TO I was just ment solemnly attested by four Ve- Â¬ all these things nro now of the past counting up how many I killed in netian noblemen of undoubted honor Not long ngo the Mikado was griov CUA1TAN00GA twenty eight months and I was great Â¬ how In Padua he met a young Corslcan iously hurt by the words and conduct BIRMINGHAM of a high court official The man was ly disappointed who had gono thither to pursue his an old and very valued servant of 3IERIDIAN the How many did you make out studies at tho univorsity Having JACKSON Only thirty four but I am satisfied hoard that the young mnn was gifted crown but his crime was unpardona- Â¬ ArIOKSIJURG that I have loft out seven or eijht with an extraordinary memory so that ble Noxt day therefore an officer MOBILE somehow When such a thing as that he could retain and ropeat as many as brought him tho fatal sword a mag Â¬ is once off your mind it is hard to re- Â¬ 80000 words read over by him onco nificent weapon with a blado inlaid with gold and a handle incrusted with Or- Â¬ call exact figures Close CouiieolHiii Made at New only Marotus and somo distinguished -leans uitli Kouilieru 1ncitic You have bad somo narrow es- Â¬ friends asked if he would allow them diamonds together with a sympathetic intimation that his early death would ami Texas Pacific fur capes to tost the accuracy of what report had regarded as a benefit to tho empire Over Texas Mexico California wounded a hundred sir and lxion stated He willingly consented and bo genoral and to tho Mikado in par- Â¬ sixteen difleront times The there was road over an almost Inter- Â¬ in 12 Hiirj Quicker limn Hiiy other Line Tho culprit received tho boys once put up a rattlesnake job on minable list of words strung togothcr ticular sword with all proper respect but as me to try my nerve without any consecutive meaning in soon as tho emissary had dopartcd the Direct ConiMftjiMi Mailesii Khreeport How was it every variety of language even many wilh IVxas anil PumRc Ry Thoy caught fivo big fellows and of them mere gibberish The young wily Japanese in whoso mind Euro- Â¬ wiilMiut Traurfcr hr pean habits of thought had evidontly turned em loose in my office while I stood with his Ncthern Tezas Hesico California was at supper When I returned I was Corslcan deeply all the whileeyes cast taken firm root walked down to tho fixed and his attention ha rjmltr Ziae between and the West very busy thinking and so walked down upon the ground When it was quay went on board a smnll stcamor that was bound for Havre and upon right in on them without warning Cluciiiaati time he lookod up cheerfully nnd re- Â¬ reaching Paris incontinently sold his Fw Ralee Majf e ililirs Morcy on mo And then LAFAYETTE and peated the whole uninteresting cata- Â¬ sword of honor for 6003 Wo never FRANK W WOOLKy I got seated Trav PaK Al IexiiiKn JCy serponts began to at my desk and tho logue of words without a single fault met with a better illustration of the rattle and menace Then to show how carofully ho re Â¬ eminently practical naturo of tho Jap- Â¬ nrC SR ARRET I Tkt Uart Trtiu EC3 TGCCTCa mthBt Trav Pass Agt Challatuxiga Tenn me Three of tho boys wore looking tained every word ho went through anese chnracter It is exceedingly un- Â¬ rcUmanSIfrpla Cars andElerantlla in at tho window and I was deter- Â¬ tho list backward thon taking every clinxae Ciitir Cars on Kipht Trains likely that tho Mikado will over again mined not to show a sign of weak- Â¬ alternate word first third fifth etc D J Edwauds StasTOficootrarl r Cora on Day Train J C Gauit trust ouo of his subjects to cxecutp Genl MKr Gmi Pab At ness till ho quite tired out and perfectly Still less wil His Majesty be Cincinnati O But you might have been bitten1 satisfied Marotus that he was tho most himself snwtiK inclined to I was bitten Throe of tho snakes extraordinary man ho had met In all wilh jowolcd favor exalted criminals swords of honor The and struck mo in the loft leg hlstravels London Public Opinion u tiie C L Ft I- - C IUHwar Eir Four office Of a lo d high executioner will And you didnt die m4 TssatlU Uae -probably btTealledinto requisition in-Â¬ T Intoxication by Ether ItccKnir im nrlrt SJt pBc art As you see t re are New rirtt f rallman Second- rCliu tVoachcf stead ancTwieked nobles Will for this But you you I Cnarhra aad Bwnn Carv all ran thronrh Tho curious habit of taking ether futurOf otit chaage between Liscuuti and St T I had a quart of whisky andIflrarfc as an intoxicant is becoming danger- Â¬ anxioty ho saved tho trouble nnd ot having to bo their own it and counteracted thepokon It ously pro valontintho north of Ireland Hlogcnt Reclining Chair Cars butchers London Globe BETWEEN wasnt quite enough however and Tho resident physician of London- TTL and there aro days now and thon when I I dorry lunatic asylum states that qulto When You Are Snubbsd TORNADO feol very queer 1 11 X tT Khort Llae a numoor or cases ot insanity havo What is the cxaet sepsation Ono of the most senseless of social been produced by tho constant use of Ccmmodlous RecIInlneChnlrCars Very dry in my throat and I al- Â¬ this drug Ono Bnwint wholesale druggist in mistakus that people of position not ways mako bold to ask auy gentlomai Dublin sends hundreds of Bounds wholly assured can possibly mako is Seven Splendid Companies near me if he carries a flask If anj worth north every yoar On account to confess to being snubbed In the Via srrrcivnoir p a tt r 1 st of you happens to have such ar of its extromo volatility tho intoxica- - i heat of indignation against the person iu - Norlh AmericH - Philadelphia article gents yon with race fit I ol tn Teorla cleme and 1m- j I shall ba over who has been guilty snupplpg tr- Massachusetts grateful I think I feel the premoni-so tion it produces is so transiont that a people aro very aptofto do tho them ic c sirmmi are maaa with all Uin to Springfield Â¬ vory person may got gloriously drunk and CJ i a rtBiret aad Soatlmrat -New York tory symptoms 1 becomo completely sober in a couple thing which would be most pleasing j tricitiiuHiraeFviCbttijUiHrriitifiiraiti uonnaHin Connecticut Harlford But wo havont We are all dole of hours But tho ronction though at to one upon whom they wish to bo otHjaaed at sry Ticket Office CI St l Niagara - -- Now York gates to the temperance conrontion at jwwvainaiccataiicoiinoa Xicket first Imperceptible is apparently cu- - avongod To confess to boing snubbed ihroirH the conatry - Cincinnati Dubuque Amazon - -mutative In its results and ultimately is to acknowledge tho power of a glvon IOHH ECAOMiriatBJTitlgfBt You are Well I took my ohances loads to mental derangemont This in It- Â¬ Ono person to confor a rebuff ajtcnnrTiQ Pennsylvania - - Philadelphia and lost Thats tho last time I toll woll kncuvn gentloman incredulous of self Is a confession of social inferiority ROOK BOTTOM RATES ACETS - VAXTBD - PUR TUB BOOK that lie unless I see the bulge ot a Its effects tecontly took a dram and which the one making It would rather flask in some ones pocket before I got so drunk that ho broken window die than make directly and it is the Office at Farmers National Bank begin Thats the third time to day in his othoreal exuberance of spirits more foolish bocansc tho chances aro and I havent got tho first smell of any and but for the kind offices of a frlond that it is false Manifestly thore is no Gall and us before placing thing but ice wator N Y Sun would have spent tho night in a police possible position which is at all digni Â¬ your insurance fied except that of denying tho possibil- Â¬ station London Figaro A puzzling fact noted by tho New ity of bong snubbed by nny body Of BURNAM HUME York Tribune is that multitudes of A Santa Cruz CaL man recently course one can not nl ways protect him- Â¬ VALLEY OF N B Milling properly and people who are impaled by tholr hun found a two headed snake about a foot self from rudeness that comes to all The tsst and most complete iistCXT of gor for land to leave Europe and oomo long The heads wero distinctly sepa- Â¬ the dwellers in this not wholly socially country Etores a specialty thr fJrcat FleoJ ruMiHed in Engli to this country appear to loso taeir rate and both were perfect each ono satisfactory world To bo snubbed ana Cicrman Contamt over 00 page 82 31 land hunger as soon as they arrive 60 illnstrauon anJ reUiit far being a little over an inoh in length bowevor is impossiblo to one who They settle for life in tho crowded ten Â¬ When aroused the snake would Seautifnl fall trilt bladla Agenu throw keeps the position to which bo is enti Â¬ rorking for any other Flood booV should ement districts of our large cities a forked tongue out of each head tled Liverpool Courier ssad 24 ceats a stanips for cur outfit whore their condition is little better simultaneously as if thoy were ono aad tee bow superior it u to the one you A Wisconsin woman describes her than what it was in their old homes are selling Most liberal terras allowed au ordinary Not ovoryone who has the gift of runaway husband as TWO KICE COTTAGES of four and absolutely refuse to go West P03SEEB VaUBXS rooms each Apply to wherehey can have good land for speech understands the value of st looking man troubled with a short rm 3- Craclnnati Ohk broach and a long mustache 8 POWELL so thing cxas Slf tings louco KEHTUCKYCEHTRALR R BLUE ROUTE P0YAl ltts t Lexington Cincinnati Ie r Pi Absolutely Pure - H r I l at isp rtr tan Ma -i n- Â¬ 1 rs rii WA I - li J 4miFw j Sickness c EAULATOR m m - Pr lr Hsw and feS3s2S2iASlliAi MONUMENTS In Granite and Marble CLOVER AND ALFALFA Why In Ordinary Farm TracUco the Lat ter Can Never Be Profitable Efforts aro jast now mado to boom an old plant luccrd now called by ita Spanish name alfalfa as much su perior to clover and fanners who aro not well acquainted with the latter art Expert in danger of bsldg misled coda has prtrfdd tho value of clover aa a greon forage crop for hay and for its valuable effect ilpon thd soil in improv ing it and preparing It for other crops It Is quite safo to consldor clover aa thd most useful of all agricultural plants of its kind and for tho purposes ou auy menuonea for It Will S kind of soil except a swamp i cheap iy urown is excccmnjny uuiruiuuu and wholesome fodder and ronlly loaros thd land in a more availablo Condition for succeeding crops than it was previously It is tho host of that class Of crops known as ameliorating or Improving to tho soil and It Is con- Â¬ sequently invaluable in a regular rota- Â¬ tion Bdt it hi riot a peYaladedt ordp nnd consequently not satisfactory td those farmers who want cvory valu- Â¬ able quality in ono plant And it is said but most untruly ex copt within narrow bounds that al falfa doos possess cvory valuable qual- Â¬ ity and is so to speak all that fancy can point it Iti ltg piaee no doubt this plant has ovory desirablo qdfiilty to a greater or loss extent but its place is only whero clover will not flourish to perfection and it grows perfectly well only in dry arid hot soils under irrigation Lucern is on Italian plant and was grown by tho ancient Romans It tbrlvos to perfec- tion on tho plains of Northern Italy whore tho crops aro Irrigated and reg ulnrly fertilized Undor these condi- Â¬ tions tho yield frequently reaches eighty tons of greon fodder per acre which Is cut and fed in its green stato to tho cattlo and horses Tho growth Is so rapid that cuttings are mado at Intervals of two weeks during tHb long summer season As simitar conditions of soil climate and manner of culture prevail in parts of California tho growth is there equally luxuriant especially on thd exceedingly rloh mnrali rivet1 Vottdms known as iuld lands This plant is also very profit ably grown in Colorado Utah and other localities In the West where tho fertile soil yields its rldli produce undor the system of irrigation which seems most favorablo for tho successful culture of the crop which once edird remains productive for many years It need not be said that clovor is not suited for this sort of culture and equally lucorn U not suited to tho conditions under which Conse- Â¬ clovdr is growri successfully quently whore one of these plants suc- Â¬ ceeds the other falls except in rard cases and even thon with difficulty Lucorn is ossontlally a crop for dry arid butrloh soils and for irrigation clover is essentially a plant for farm culture In rotation with other crops It lasts for only two or throe years when the land must be again plowed and sown with grain Its growth id rapid and strong from the first and weeds aro quickly smothered by its dense shade It is however unneces- Â¬ sary to go into details in regard to its culture except to remark that a fair clianco to prove its full value is rarely given to It and that under a proper system of management it might bo made more valuable than it is gen Â¬ Â¬ PITH -- AND POINT It is only tho Unlucky who think fortune blind Dignity is oxponslvvand without other good qualities is not particular Â¬ ly profitable v Character like porcelaln waro must be painted before It is glazed Thore can bo no changes of color aftor it Is burned in Because a mnn sleeps wall i no sign that hd has an easy conscience Ho may havo got tired out committing sin Somervillc Journal ray your bill twlco rather than go to law There aro as many lawyers wrung as there nro tho righlawyer clamoring Atchison GIodc It Is only natural that thd man who nover has time to do any thing nover scorns to got any thing done MerÂ¬ THE 10 C0MMAIMEX1S 1 2 3 4 5 7 8 9 t- 10 Think Cnrofully and buy from ug Decide Wisely The Boat is tba- Obepii Act Immediately When Bargains are Offered Work Diligently Until You Reacb Our Plaee 21JAV Deal Honestly Is Our Motto Investigate Thoroughly If You Do Not Kmv Fs Buy Frequently If You Would PJee Us Sell Reasonably lias Ever Been Our Aim PAY PROMPTLY Is Our Earnest Rwjtrwt chant Travolor It aint truo dot sorrow velops nil do good plnts o or man fur do pusson dat grows up In sorrow is liko de stalk Ho o con dat grows up In do shade mout bo jest oz tall hut ho wont bo nigh so healthy ArknnsaW Traveler Somo mon will not shavo on Sab bath and yet thoy spend all tho weok in shading their fellow men and many think it very wiokod to black their boots on Sabbath morning yet thoV do not hesitate ta black their nolgh- bora reputation on week days Bccchor When Drcxtlius was asked by ft friend how he could do so much as he had ddno ho answered Tho year has three hundred and slxty flvo days or eight thousand four hundred1 and sHty hours in so many hours great things may be dono tho slow tortoise mndo a long journoy by losing no time Bishop Home A Ufo without suffering would bo liko a picture without shade The pets of Naturo who do not know what Buffering is can not realize it havo al Â¬ ways a certain rawness liko foolish landsltidti wild laugh at the terrors of tho ocean because they haVd neither experience enough to know what those tcrrrors aro nor brain enough to imagine them Hamorton A difference between honorable and dlshorablc Competition Is tho con- Â¬ duct of the victor to tho vanquished Some men riso above others only to crush them others to lift and exalt Some boast with noisy triumph them nnd scorn those who are left behind others havo a way of making people feol comfortable Ono artist who has risen high in public favor 3os his in- Â¬ fluence to depreciate the works of his Follow the TEN COMMANDMENTS they will ultimately i to success and and make us Impnyr SHACKELFORDGENTR -- DKALKRS IN- - ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE WOODENWARE HOUSE FURNISUING GOODS Blacksmiths and Wngon Makers Tools and Material ALL KINDS ot METAL ROOFING ami GUTTERIXtt FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS PLOWS HAY RAKES WHEELBARROWS FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC LOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET AND YOU WILL FIND LI US SHACKELFORD GE2TTRY Richmond Ky July 10 1889 4 RODES DALE THE RODE8DALE ADDITION IS NOW ON THE MARKET WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE NONE ELSE NEED APPLY LOTS wenty Six LotSi aluO Feet erally kS HE 8 Hours the Quickest -- Ii Class yVnp THE SHOUT LIKE r sagiipa 5 1 Indianapolis Lucern requires rich soil Whilo its roots are long and deep and its general character is much like Hint of clover It can not gather its food from the subsoil as the clover does It be- Â¬ longs to the same family of plants that clover does but Its stems are thinner and more woody and its foliage less dense and leafy Its flower is slendorcr and of a pnle purple It can not bo grown as a by crop or sown with a grain crop It will not grow among weeds Its first growth even on rich soil is weak and slow and it must havo tho wholo land to itself and requires holp by cultivation It is usually sown in drills twelve to twenty inches apart and must bo worked an- Â¬ nually at least and If tho soil is weedy intermediate cultivation is necessary Its hard stem and small leaves unfit it for making hay and its best use is for green foJdor for cows horses oxen or sheep It is ofton pastured down and it makes an ac- Â¬ ceptable food for swine The experi- Â¬ ence of the writer with this crop a3 compared with clover during twenty five years past has boon that tons two of clovor hay or ten tons of green clover can bo grown wherolutforn will not cover the ground or grow inorathan three or four inches high and that at least fifty dollars per acre in fertilizers and labor are needed to produco any thing like a yield equal to that of clovor in any lo- Â¬ cality whero clover is grown As n substitute for clover then In ordinary farm practice lucern can nover bo profitable but whoro tho conditions aro favorablo for it it is more valua Blo than clovor is clsewhorc because of its permanence lasting as it will for when irrigated and fertilized twonty fivo or even fifty years For those reasons the misleading and really fraudulent advertisements in somo of the agricultural journals aro to bo deprecated as deceptive and in- Â¬ jurious whon under4he falso namo of lucern clover it is put forth as aplant that will supersede clover yield larger crops and enrich tho soil more abun- Â¬ dantly than this invaluable fodder Will be sold on following terms T enly Five Dollars cash balance in imai metits of 150 on Saturday of each week to be pnW to Dr W G White 8 re tary of the Richmond B L Corpuratkin wlro wilt receipt for the 11 y r No interest will be charged ou the purchase money until after the expire 14 mouths from date of sale thereafter 6 per eent wilt be eliarged 011 th brother artists another takes them By this method parties ean buy and pa by the hand nnd gives them cour- Â¬ chase money remaining unpaid a good lot nt n small price un easy term without interest ami free ot citj tax age for fresh endeavors Any young man in Richmond can buy one or more of these lots and pay f r THE CARPET MOTH without feeling the burden In the very near future this property will be w u Several Methods of Attaching and De- - much more than it is now selling at The city l i rapidly extending in that atroylnc Thla notlsolinld leit For further Information rai rection and will ultimately absorb Rmiesdate Where carpets aro used and only on W G White E W Wiogins or Stephen D Pabhisii Richmond Ky taken up onco a yean nt house clean 43- ing tho conditions are very favora- Â¬ ble for the carpet bugs increase par- Â¬ ticularly where tho house cleaning is hurriedly done When a house has once become infested nothing but the most energetic measures will tdih pletcly rid It of the post and in com- Â¬ plete riddance is the only hope as In a year a very few Individuals will so inorease as to do great damage At house cleaning tlmo then as many rooms should be bared at once as pos- Â¬ sible and the house keeper should go carefully over the rooms removing all dust and with a hand atomizer charged with benzine should puff into all tho floor tho liquid base- Â¬ cracks and under the boards until every crevice has been reached The carpets themselves USED and none but after thorough beating should bo EMPLOYED GOOD lightly sprayed with the same sub- Â¬ which will quickly evaporate stance leaving no odor after a short time Tho inflammability of benzino should Examine our stock and you will be pleased bo remembered however and no light should bo brought near it This dono 30 29 boforo relaying tho carpets it will be well to pour Into tho cracks a moder Â¬ ately thick mixture of plaster of Paris and wator which soon sots and fills them with a solid substance into which tho insects will not entor Thon lay around tho bordors of tho room a width of tarred roofing paper and -- BRECK PHELPS 0 Tinware Stoves Farming Implements TINWARE MADE TO ORDEl T The BEST MATERIAL WORKMEN Roofing and Guttering Done BARBED WIRE FOB FEIffGIIVrG 1 LL PAPER ADRUFF afterward relay tho carpets This thorough treatmont should answer in tho very worst coses and in a houso so cleaned tho insect will prob- Â¬ ably not regain a foothold during tho ensuing year Cloth covered furniture which may have also become infested should be steamed or also treated with benzine and chosU or drawers in which infested clothing has boon stored should bo thoroughly sprayed Another method of treatmont con- Â¬ sists in laying a damp cloth an old towol or a folded sheet will do smooth- Â¬ ly over tho suspected part of tho car Â¬ pet and ironing it with a hot iron Tho sleam thus genorated will pass through the carpet and kill all tho In- Â¬ sects immediately bonoath If not too laborious an entire room could bo treated to advantago in this way Good Housekeeping HER ENGAGEMENT RING Our Grand Clearance Sale of Wall Paper was a perfect success Because we had made up our mind to sell eery roll of the last seasons goods no matter at what price they had tn go Brown Blanks u put hI 5 cents tn the finest Embossed Golds at 15 cents They all went the last roll of them Consequently we have J ROM Roots Birr SIMP1Y A TICBMENDOUS L01t STOCK OF ITtllMRWlti DEALER IN STEW GOODS Â¬ Watches Clocks Jewelry Silver and Special plant N Y Times i O CSIIOAG ap QUEER FIND OF HONEY Cincinnati StLouis INSURANCE iucinnati H aLiClri Peoria FIRE LIGHTNING and raro t I Kt -- I -- ToE33srsao7V3aDEATH HORROR ee -- io FOE RENT hi j The Labor of n Swarm of Ilccs Hidden for Fifty Tears A remarkable discovery has been mado at the Cathays yard of tho Taff valo Railway Company A largo elm tree grown in Gloucestershire was be- Â¬ ing cut up into timber when right in tho vory heart a cavity measuring 8 feet 7 inches in diameter was discov- Â¬ ered almost completely filled with tho comb of tho honoy beo togothor with a squirrels skull No means of access to uto hollow was discovered neither was decay anywhere apparent and n round tho cavity itself no less than fifty rings each ring denoting a years growth wefc counted tho outer bark being too without a flaw Tho hollow was of uniform slzo through- out and presented tho appearance of having been bored with an auger and great though its dimensions were it was practically filled with tho comb proving that tho bees must have boon inj possession for several yoara Empty comba of tho queon boo also showed that they hod swarmed How the beaa got there can ouly bo guessed but it Is surmised that a squlr- rol once occupied a decayed holo in the tree olearedawf yjthe decay occu-pied the cavity as its homo atd lhoro died Then tho bees entered into pos- session and filled tho hole with comb when by some means the ontrance which must havo boon small becamo stopped the Iajfgo quantty of grub and fly being taken as demonstrative that tho nest was not voluntarily deserted Then for fifty years tho growth of tho timber wont on Tho entrance boing absolutely obliterated and the holo boing hermetically sealed the comb was preserved from decay for half tv century to bo fouiidat last In the way described Tho and is of great Interest to naturalists filasgow Herald j i from the cheapest to the finest handFlnt the Ilashful Fiancee Trie to Hide made goods in endless varieties ami at It ISat She SoonGrowa Bold Did you over havo a chance to ob Â¬ serve unobserved a young womans conduct toward her newly acquired en Â¬ gagement ring It seems so strnngd heard of in this or any other city in the Union and ieraember upon her bond that sho con not refrain examining K a dozen timos an hour Not Be Undersold always howover on tho sly On tho We first night sho sits up an hour later than usual to admire it boldly in tho by any in the land The public gen- Â¬ seclusion of her own apartment A erally are invited to inspect goods and frequent kiss is administered to tho prices Your obedient servant shining band and its glittering gem and during tho night she dreams that GEO M WjLLGING it has fallen Into a stream and awakes Decorator in Paint and Paper clutching tho finger to assure horsolf 3231 that tho precious pledge is still secure Thon on tho following day she wears It only In secret taking care to transfer it to her pockotr at tablo and when la tho company of inti- Â¬ mates but paco her among strangers or among casual acquaintances who can not bo inqulsltivo and how brave- Â¬ ly will sho flaunt the token boforo thel cyos aa ono who should say I may not bo tho lovliost creature in tho world but you will observe that I get there all the same Gradually it assuino3 its place in her daily life and her blushes grow -- IS SELUNG THE- less violent with each succeeding ex- Â¬ planation of its Insignificance and each extravagant description of its donors attributes But baforo it finally bo comes a part of hersolf as it wore she must of coyrso leave it a dozen times at least upon the washstand and suf for injaosiqnanco or a dozen violont attacks of palpatatlon of tho heart un- EWIHG l rocovoredV rWashlngtoa Post Piatetl ware etc attention given to Prices Lower fhan Ever FETTING DIAMONDS AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONES Will RBFAIRIIffG Promptly done and to a workmanlike manner Cash Paid for Old Gold and Silver Dont forget the place next door to the Post office Richmond Ky jan 4 1 f 6ST SEW HOME 52ND ANNUAL FALB OF THE mini ir I I iff iGuiira 34567 P M POPS jsooxssiarx- PARIS SEPT CEL3BRATED First day free to ladles Misses and Rojs under 10 years Interesting r Knirome eaoh uay Entries to pure clo9e Angirt 20 For THfbrmntiou ad dress the Secretary J W FERGUSON Pre W A Pahkbb Seey V 11 S ECHiHt Please Head Ih -- j P They Would Be So Nice newest color too Mrs B It docs break my heart lo part with them tind I Shouldnt think of it if I hadnt just read something about tho dye stuff xhoy used to get TMladtos of Cliurah wore pack inglnbdxof clothing to send to tho vrffelDL a Western miiInntt airs A ily danr Jim B what can you bo thinking of to send off tho3o lovely stocking of yours The very The Singer Manufacturing Crapnr building a machine with Attachment and Portable sp w c-- t adnptpil jEStJall and see him next door to coat S25 fir invalid travelers cash Any una- wbhiiic maahineot thbt type wilt please leave Post Office order at the office IS First street 52 51 - - HARBISOETD Next Door to Post Office MILLER P S II lasolfl-only- fcpt In tck 40 JF Fto-NE- - by order net J FA 609 IRVINE STREET tnis particular snaae being liable to poison ono frightfully am nrenared in all kind Mrs A Oh horrors Lets get thorn tCarpenterB work Jo Rrat cH3 stJ1 out of our hands quick Here theres n Also estimates famished room for them 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