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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rTKJ r a f r i ri r- Wa nae TL lflVf t JC fyJfSZ i ov i 5 t -- ST A AwJ eJ5 i w g n - i l- - j vjgs j VOLUME ATTORNEYS III TLA Ur Kentucky HwaotHpn 5mfiJ Zr THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY Represcntatives-Elcct- - I SEPTEMBER 4 1889 BUREAU OF IMMIGRATION MATION AND INFOR Â¬ RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY WOODCHUCKS BURROWS How the Clevor Little Antmala Construct Names of the Senators Holding Over and NUMBER NEWS PARAGRAPHS The water melen crop In has been a total failure 12 i c T IUKXAM A TTORNBl y D A Wallace Slices k Rice in- j A RURAL SYMPHONY AJleero I tlio Han Who Work by Day Femeroso Is the Other Chap ALLEGRO tha Ho is a happy cheerful man Is tho ville weight PaekeBbam ami NohmmI diatl John Anderson a soldier of the Mex- without a struggle creature who works for you by tho Folloiving will be found the names of Jeflersou E D Briscoe Louisville their acute day His time which is your money ican war died In Seott ominty last breaking the Senators and Itepreteutatives elect Jessamine J H Welch Nlcholas but Caroline m1 Lawk hangs as lightly on his hands as a cob- Â¬ V slLLIVAN week Democrats in ltoniau Republicans in ville were slowly strangled web on a rose bush He bellevos the Malic A TTORNEl A T LA Johnson 8ee Floyd An engine ran ever Mike Bryan dignity of labor consists in not work fifed by Suit for divorce has be p Kentucky SENATORS HOLDING OVKlt Kenton E J Green Key West near Lexington on the C S and near Mrs Annie L against W mi Cash ing too hard as firmly as ho believes C oh First District John R Kemp Clin- Â¬ Covington Harvey Myers CoVlug ly cut oil bki head that rational exorcise is conducive td the grouude of eruel atxi Mmmmmi n Firt Street same us formerly oc GooSs ton ton vorable consideration of a bill which long life and happiness s t ounly J4g illrljr ement Militia Adjutant George WHItatss treatment which ealniaated om Um Second District T J OlenD Padu Covington T C Walking Coving will come before the next Legislature If you approach him he will show Through some parts of tho State of died suddenly at Lexmgloa Meaday 23rd of July la a svee aeseult up POWELL Ion designed to establish a State Bureau of at No 104 West Main Street you that ho keenly appreciates good Connecticut it would bo hard to pick cab her Site ehtinwa that bis mMm h Kliox and Whitley T Freeman Immigration and Information With- last of coujestive ohiil Third District John K Heudrick company by stopping work loaning out a clover Cold of any size that did TTORNBl A T LA ir Richniontl Ivy lnve received on Gen Russell A Alger of Detroit worth 330000 and prays for alimony Lsrue O T Petty Hodgeuville in tho past two years Kentucky has hs spade and pouring out a rivor not have a woodohttck burrow in soma Snitblnnd Kentucky their 3si Laurel and Rockcastle John G made great strides fu natural progress was elected Comntauder-in-Chie- f of the therefrom sufficient to support her nd Fourth District F YV Dtrby Prin- Â¬ of miscellaneous information part ol it Somotlmos they chooso a her ehihiren whole custody s be 1m Creech His smile is liko a 6unboam as hri site somewhere under tho stone wall ceton and a epint of activity and enterprise G A R by accIttmalbHi cond SUvel r asks Brent Hays has brought salt Lewis G Units Concord gdesubout the place stretching him which surrounds the field or if thero Fifth District W F Berry Union- has been aroused in every portion of The Hay t Ian war has eto ed Legi- against his wife for divorce alleging Eoll and tho job None of your flow- Â¬ is a large rock as is often the case town Lincoln R C Warren Stanford the Corumouwealth Experience proves time litis fled the country aud left abaBUonmeut Stanford Journal DENTAL SURGERY ers vcar so sweet a smilo as he whfca anywhere about tho mlddlo of tho t Living ten See Crittenden Sixth District J II Luntford Mnd that one of the chief elements Iu con- Â¬ Hypolite in full possession and itris much larger-- than tliey ho gives yotradvice relative field the animal will burrow under Isonville X WILKES MITII- logan R N Beauchamp Russell tributing to the wealth and importance A gentleman from Gar rani who have ever before handled But the lay of the grounds and setting this as a vory choice location For burns or sea his notliing is more was in our oflfee Monday related the vllle Ninth District G Terry Elkton of a State is a wive Immigration law DB VTA L SURGBQN Finally tho roots of an old apple or Iheir prices are no larger than he put ti fow hollyhocks and sun flowers Louisville 1st Dist John MLetterle which seeks to bring desirable people soothing than the white of an egg following singular eireuatetaae Tw Eleventh District D W Wright KENTUCKY Itritvoso Ho always has to go homo for a spade other trees aro often chosen for its fore They have 2d Dist John Bartmau of all classes from the artisan to the which may be poured over the wound years since one ot the ilueet spring of Bowling Green - Smith BtiiMinc Main Street Office ror hoe at about ten in the morning stronghold the burrow being dugdowd 3d Dist Jacob Hoerlz Seventeenth District Some of the leading business men of pure water gttelted from the hni to capitalist within its borders In some Hi JS lo 1J P M Itul and of an Id rr ruce iimni loaeuusiry 4ih Dist Arthur Wallace Kentucky counties Every Grade and Variety hourseldom returns with it inside meets among them the owner seeming one Somerset where colonies the country think the outlook for trade near Camp NeieoH the water filling for on tho way hd possess a realizing sense that no 5th Di8tHenry Kremer have been established in the last few thii fall is very flatteriBg NrCbotas a toot and then rushed on to Kentucky Ij v MORGAN DD SM a man from whom he gathers would ever dream of attempting to dis- Â¬ Nineteenth District A L Petermnn OF 6th Dist John Ryan river The day of the earthquake at years a large increase in the assessed ville Journal valuable information to tho lodge him from such quarters As is Lexington as nic IMOND KENTUCKT 7th Dist Wm H Able value of properly and a gratifying de-Â¬ Clwrlestoti two years ago imh month Twenty fixth District W W Dick best kind of deciduous trees to plant tho caso with the excavations made InThousamls of cattle are dying iu Madison W B Smith Richmond on the lawn and tho nearest place to for their habitations by most fossorial ereon Willianntown velopment of latent resources have re- dian Territory and Southern Kansas the spring eeeed to How ami never Mniu Street over Mmllsen National C Mason John M Frazee Maysville sulted si nee that memorable went has thorn that the puhlic could wish Their find them By tho time the meridian mammals the burrow of a woodchuck Thirtieth District B F Reynolds from a disease mueh like Texas fever beeR a drop of Marion Hugh Cooper Lebanon whistle starts his tools are on tho at first descends obliquoly into the Carlisle Hater in it NteiMtM- line of GENTLEMENS last meeting of the Kentucky but more malignant The rREEDDfWS ground and by the time it ceasos he is earth then passes nearly horizontally Marshall and Lyon J J Nail Press Association unanimously adopt Â¬ vtlte Democrat Thirty third District A II Slcicart sitting serenoly undei a fragrant bal for several feet rises moderately for Prestnuburg Lnmasco HIGH OUT W G P Nicholas a Methodist mined a resolution favoring an official KJXKSl ILLE KENTUCKT Monday morning about 9 oclock Sain eating a sandwich half a foot the last half of its length to terminate McCrackett Meyer Weil Paducah plan for bringing population Thirty fourth District J M Pieartt and ister of Huutsville Ark is ebarged the large barn of Mr E B Mur -LACED McLean E D Hardin Calhoun thick around which his smile plays in quite a spacious and round chamber Ezel KinHeM resilience wealth into the State and every editor with having split open with a hatbet eetttly built on the place oecnphwl by Bverythlni like a nimbus Thon ho lights his pipo which constitutes the living room Montgomery Powell Wolf and in the State has given it hi hearty in- the head of a fellow preaeher 17 ininglolhHprolessteii CALF SKIN Thirty fifth District J P Huff Jno B Cnliins was discovered to be and remains in this position until it of the entire family In it the female Menifee John W Williams Stanton dorsement through his paper Flemingsburg The The death sentence of Mrs May on fire The bttru contained 50060 SHOiJS seems a part of him that ho can not brings forth her litter and tho young Thirty sixth District S E Euglkh Mercer W AV Stephenson PHYSICIANS movement Is purely one for the general brick who was to have been hasged pounds of hemp 400 buahcfcj of wheat is especially full The same in thro tv off That is probably why it remain there until they pair off and Louisville m roYXTZ welfare of the State iu line with the tako3 him so long to rise when tho dig their own homes elsewhere Congress and Buttons Also Goat Meade Gu3 W Richardson Hill plans and ideas which have been so in Liverpool last week was commuted farming uteaeib etc which with the Tliirty eeventh District It GHays Such a burrow may bo at least thirty on Thursday to life ioipfkoooeiit minstor tolls tho hour of one The feat building were totally destroyed Low SICIAN AND SURGEON Grove and Kangaroo Tiolh Pin generally taken up of rising is attended with such great feet in length so long that one never1 Louisville Montgomery See Menifee Kentucky In Clark John Locknane has filed about 1000 with an insurance of Thirty eighth District John Mc We Invite your matured consideradifficulty that you fancy he purposely thinks of digging a woodchuck out 1500 The supposed origin of the fire Muhleuberg Chas B Wlcklifle SoOOO damages agaiust Jus M French American Calf avoids hasto as a precautionary meas- Â¬ but I have seen farmers bring up two Cuuu Louisville tion to the subject feeling confident suit for iv rDnd Street next to WMtei Drug Greenville Locknaue for alleged damages to his is that a mateh was In some way drop Â¬ ure to prevent himself from breaking or three barrels of water on a cart and SENATORS EIKCTED ped in the barn which was ignited Metcalfe and Monroe D S JcJif that your good judgment will lead you character and injury to his feelings The new and popular Ooe Calf When ho has rogained his feet it drown tho occupants of this subter- Â¬ Seventh District G W Gates to give it a hearty support W EYAXSMD Niehotasville Journal len Tomkinsville takes him an hour to find his usual ranean establishment at short notice Owensboro with lanfox Swift Jos immense pork paefciug Satuntay night Nelson Isaac Mlddleton Cbapliu The Otveusboro Messenger has brokwhile Mack fields and rejoice most heartily if the pair suppleness of action sic ax and Eighth District Jno 11 Martin establishment at Kansas City was Nicholas and Robertson Dr j W en out utter this remarkable fashion 13ut thoro is always a merry twinklo and perhaps seven or eight quarter1 Jr a negro was walking down Xah m Mi Kentucky Tenth District J S Wortham Mathers tl damaged 150000 by fire One man Headquarters in his eye and a song dn his lips Ho grown young are caught at tho samo Leitchfield Mary had a little iamb Its fleece street near Bosh Bros1 saloon in Oldham and Trimble W R Palin was white as snow The critter tagged lost his life during the eoaliagraikw Very often I have captured works slowly because ho bellevos that time nauy with his wife and another r Twelfth District D L May Eliza ccowl Street THEY HAVE ALL THAT West port The jury In the ease of Judge A M an a white man accosted them and if a thing wer6 well done it should bo them in steel traps set at the mouth ot belhlown her everywhere She loved the lamb taking E T f slowly and not quickly td women were know But now FMna J It T J TAYLOR The Best Markets Afford done the clock strikes six he is But the burrow carefully the precautionfine Thirteenth District D H Smith Owen Alvis Hetlle Oweuton Center you more and Marysalas the lambs Pulliam returned a verdiet hisvoluntary- asned who the not the women yon aw over with whoa B Ticheuor Ohio puflleh- said They are all sprinkle it no spirits droop manslaughter aud fixed Hcxlgeuville Practitfoner in Medicine and Surgery speedand alacrity and even if his home dirt One old woodchuck I remember town The sheep is metamorphosed in To meut at confinement iu the penitent looking for A fow more wonts pane ad Kentucky French Medium and Common be several miles distant he is thero in constructed his burrows almost in tho Fourteenth District W H Ander Pendleton B B Hensley Butler Rsiim so when the white man drew a pknoi and Dr Sequarda soup The doctor caught ary for fifteen years Sense heels in Oxford Ties Low less timd than it would require him to center of a twenty acre clover lot and son Taylorsville Pike Martin Letcher and Knott the little Iamb and knocked it in the Dykes Grocery Buttons Newport Ties and Brazon prune one of your plum trees county gave iiarrteoo a sliot Fields through the Inonhier Ho Second Streeteer Fifteenth District Charles Patter- R S May Christian every attempt to capture him in any head And jammed it in a pestle till majority of 1234 last November Last was not recognised by FMtfc nor ban kind of a trap utterly failed It was son Campbelliville PEXSEKOSO Adonis Buckles Powell See Menifee Twas all a pulpy red The doctor took aionuay week the same eouoty gave be yet been found Field k ht a criti Â¬ S xteeuth District John 27 Shearer FOSTER Sad is he who works for you by the rarest thing in the world to even Pulaski Eli Farmer Somerset J Winchester Sun the muttou Juice and with a little Colson ouly 417 majority a falling off cal eonditkm catch him standing up at tho on Mouticello contract or as he says himself Robertson See Nicholas FU SICI AN AND SURGEON squirt Administered it to Marys pa of 817 votes Journal Eighteenth District R J Breckin lumps tho job For instead of nurs trance of his burrow during tho Bud Wall of Owenaboro went Scott R E Roberts Georgetown R o- m Kentucky wo would ridge Danville but frequently Beneath his undershirt And now the ing and stretching the job until It shall day Shelby J J Long Bagdad Dr T J Truett a physician of Jaek iag Saturday evening Wall eiimbed see blm just head and shoul- Â¬ Twentieth District Win Lindiay old man bleats and baas Cayots around yield sufficient gold to build him a tlTirc Main fHreet next door to LnxnnVi Siropon WS McClauahan Frankson Breathitt couuty started to see a tail tree until be was eventy ftv np- - ir Main aad Tales me I Frankfort THEY HAVE THE rnhleeeat er x like mad And says that Marys little house he doos bis utmost to finish It as ders out of it It seems to 3 ITck Aeuue lin a patient but became drunk on the feet from the ground While standing swiftly as possible He is sad bo must have fired thirty or forty times Iamb has saved her poor old dad Twenty first Distilct J W McCain Spencer See Bullitt Knox Stetson road fell from his horse and died alone on a limb reaebing for bin game th at him under such circumstances from Bedford PHIL ROBERTS causo her can not enjoy his work as Todd N B Riley Allensville limb suddenly gave way beneath bins Legislature will more than on the roadside Democrat The next Mar trick and does- tho day laborer and he can not the outer side of tho stone wall which Twenty third District Reuben ConTrigg Wm Wharton Cadiz and he plunged to the ground He likely be called upon to make some PHI SICAN AND SURGEON surrounded tho field and that too his The Confederate Monument Asso- Â¬ struek with a horrible crushing and provisions for belter public roads Trimble Austin Drew enjoy do itwork because naturally he with a heavy old fashioned muzzle ner Richwnod See Oldham R iv so Kentucky with the greatest possible must throughout the State aud we hope ciation of Kentucky Women has been crunching pound which betokened the Tweiity flftli District John P NewUnion F B Brown Morganfleld c At Wines ATHrfor Ores Store one may they do their work organized for the purpose of erecting a both hart and soft A Full Link of speed Ho rakes so fast that he pulls loading Kentucky rifle which at 75 to man Newport right Warren W T Cox Bowling Greeu People well i w KaiirV center Offers liU pro-would not mind being taxed to monument in the city of Louisville to fatal effects of the fall Nearly every tooth out of tho implement and occa- Â¬ 100 yards was good nearly every tiino wn ices t the pabHc t Twenty seventh District Juruei H Wm Garrison Green Hill small game But here every bone in Uin body was broken aod Mb build good roads to their market towns sionally drives the handle through a for all the houor of the Confederate dead Madisonville Item Wayne Eyan frame was so terribly shattered that be T sExsMirn m d window behind him If you speak ho shot failed a cloud of dust would puff Mulligan Lexington W Why not have free turnpikes Let Twenty eighth District B F Cock Wolfe See Menifee Bright Phillipps of Clay City aged lived lea than five minutes niter fall Â¬ will not notice you He can not work up at the very entrance of tho burrow rill SICIAN AND SURGEON Woodford S H Shouse Versailles each county have a turnpike superinninety years wa tried before Coannis ing and play at the same time and his each time and I would confidently walk rell Mt Sterling V Tweuly uiiitu District Phillioberts Kentucky Washington W te Hall face wears a grim melancholy ex- Â¬ over to pick him out but no next day C McChord tendent A part of the local aid which siouer Wood of Mt Sterling for sell Clans Sprockets he agar man heretofore used on the mud roads ing Ikiuor for license and iu default of including Monarch Shirts E W pression that would be an ornament to at noon he was there again looking Richmond Springfield wants lo build an addition to the Ins protet Btoual nerriees te the pub- a hcarso driver He runs the lawn out as smiling as ever Ho was capt Hrst District C B Poyniz could be transferred lo the pikes and 100 bail was sent to jail Thirty Webster Joseph Jenkins and Coon Collars and Cuffs DeatoefNt White House out of pure white sugar mower if it be not his own over ured finally by my tying a Colts re-Â¬ Maysville the county could add what was lacking Late estimates plaee the majority in He i ays be has discovered a proeew by to a stout stake driven down KENTUCKYS CENTENNIAL U s M LETCUER NECKWEAR IN PROFUSION stones and broken bottles without volver system would to keep them up Such a Thirty second District J B Han Â¬ favor of a Const ituttoeal Conventiou at Hiiieh beet sugar can be hardened to looking or caring whore ho is going within a few feet of tho burrow and TheCeutenuialof Kentuckys State- largely incre ise the farmers price tor 90010 The poll books front 206 pre the consistency of marble and thai K riirsiCIANAND SURGEON great variet3r An as- Ho never smiles but wears a moroso training tho aim down tho entrance nah Sandy Hook District B Gloves in F Brad hood is coincident with the four hun- products by taking oft the cost of his cincts in twenty one counties show a will stand the wear and tear of Una P jiMN rt Kentucky sortment of Silk and Linen Hand- look like that of an organ grinder and then tying a long string to the Twenty second dredth auuiversary of the discovery of toll trkreer I waited behind the wall till ley Georgetown majority for the convention of 12912 ami I be elements fully as well as atone when you rudely requast him to movo kerchiefs Twenty fourth District Wm Goe America by Columbus aud while join ho again showed himself when tho 28- on just as he has rcachod that part of Mnith BaiWtBg MhIb Ptreet Our readers have doubtle s often Col William H Davidson has ealled Considering the means by which the tho device ing with the festivities of the latter oc- noticed that Hoods Sarsaparilla is well Hosiery of Every Grade Klgoletto where he begins to unfurl success ofand Stream scaled his doom bel Covington a convention of tlie Greenback party present Chief Executive was efeetou m Forest Xi w casion the people of the State should spoken of In the newspapers tho chain preparatory to dispatching The of Alabama to meet at Birmingham a residence made of sugar wsukl not UMBRELLAS in silk and other tho monkey with tho tin porringer not neglect the celebration of the for- Â¬ pres Is quick to recognize merit and HOUSE OB REPRESENTATIVES PHTSICIAN AND SURGEON CU LTURE IN MONTR EAL be inappropriate Courier iMt3wi-IV hmond Kentucky goods with assorted handles mer It will not do to leave State ac- Â¬ does not hesitate to give praise where September 4 to select delegates to the When twilight lets her mantle down Adair J II Ooffeu It would not be out of pine to pat in A City Where Intellectual Interests Are national con vent km wtiteh meets at Elegant line qi oiiirt iiuweirj and pins it with a star tho contract tion lobe provided for entirely by the it is due The following i t from Not a Prominent Element Allen TibblaCarpenterScollville a little dust unices K would be in Tn -- In Bmlth BaHdiDc on Main Street the Cincinnati September 12 laboror is generally at the kitchen door l si MttentMo stveu to Huentoeeptenl aHil 41 40 Intellectual interests aro not a prom Anderson R H jurious to Wanaamukers elothing bns- Crossfleld Fox Legislature of 1801 2 for it will have Baptist Weekly a leadiug religious c n ri exRHiinluus of UiSOSB and flulils with outstretched palm like an East- Â¬ inent clement of Montreal life Tho Utile to organize a proper public and journal IiuiUHU lnnt The Spring Lake reservoir about inee Creek ern mendicant His work is dono and literary life of the city has but just Advertising may bring an article fifteen miles from Providenee which Ballard and Carlisle T T Gardner general recognition of the birthday of ho wants his shekels of silver He de- begun to shine boyond a very small Frank E Woodward a reporter for XR C S UOLTON but preliminary prominently before the public but no supplies a whole row of mill villages the Commonwealth Bardwell parts with them with a sad jfielanclioly circle of local writers into the ranks a St Louis paper has been trying to HoeteopathlcPbysjclnsnd Surgeon Â¬ measures should be taken by the Legisalong the Pawtueket river air becauso ho kuows he has been only of society But that literary inter- Â¬ Barren James A Iliudman Glas- Â¬ lature thfe winter The form such a advertising can long help it if it has Three persona were drowned and burst learn why there are so many desertions KENTUCKYr RrIIMOND some not real merit Hoods Sarsaparilla is paid for an ordinary 4ys work ests aro awakening in society is shown gow Junction half from the regular army He served Offlro over n M Urlnhfs Honr S3Clto but the best proof of damage was done to property Bath and Rowan Waller Sharp celebration should take will naturally well advertised whilo tho person employing him by an increase of study if not yet by three mouths as a high private at Jef Ilall428to4i0pj Special altentlcn require discussion aud it is Well to its value is that so many persous use it varn Ur dtfease ofVpnien and all ditfl knows ho has beon amply rewarded many notablo productions At Geo J HuntsFrklay were three ferson Barrack and makes some sen Â¬ There are Sharpsburg cuil colonic ow begin early so that all suggestions uu tite recommendations of friends lucnts treated at a dU Bracken W O Blackerby Brook ages aggre sational eiiarges in writing his experi Â¬ a tsnrf and lIiMucpathlmeiJlelues sent to The old and reliable Saddle and for his work is never mbro than half now tho usual clubs for tho reading of may be thoroughly weighed and the who have proved its peculiar vir- sisters aud brother wltose any done Puck Me Shakespeare and Browning and many ville gated 322 years They were Julius ence as a siddier of Uneie Sam The Harness House of 0 12 other societies looking to social im- Â¬ Breathitt Morgau and Magofllu D best aud most available adopted There tues THE PRINCESS OF WALES Christy aged S4 Mrs Frances Hunt officer Woodward stales are need Â¬ JJU L It GIBS0 is enough in the first hundred years of provement through the cultivation of B Redwiue Jackson OT At the recent election in Trigg coun- Â¬ aged SI Mrs Susan Evaus aged 79 lessly cruel aud oilensiveiy tyrannical o Ooc Can Discover Her DreJ Mker the States history to inspire the elo ty Hon PreellUaner ia Medicine tnd Surgery to bo tho letters Montreal is said Boone G W Terrill Lawrence No 2G Second Street next to or Hair Dresser Wm Wharton the Demo- Â¬ and Mrs Nancy Evans aged 7Syeirs the food furnished is unfit to eat ver Â¬ quence of her orators justly the pride Kentucky Garnett House has a complete Red Hovsr It takes the Princess of lyales two chief book center of Canada but the burg I ud cratic candidate fur Representative and Winchester Democrat min infest tlie soMiera eoneb and the hours to dress every day Despite her city does not possess a public general Bourbon Claude M Thomas North of her people and command the attenf stock of his Republican opponent received the IiU proreaefcinal services to the pnb- There is iuterest at Cumberland Gap new reeruits money is absorbed by tho tion of the world and the celebration increase in years thero are courtiers library excepting tho Frazcr Institute Mlddletown m m same number of votes Last Monday aud Middlesborough in all the details sutler He charges that private sol Saddles Ilarncss Bridles who declare that she looks handsomer just struggling into existence tho Boyle J L Bruce Danville whatever form it may take should be In accordance with the Statute hi such diersbave been murdered by of individual institutions do Blankets Wliips Spurs Horse than whon she first arrived in London libraries 1 Boyd and Lawrence M D Van arranged with a view to bringing out cases made and provided the Board of the accident on the K C G and L McCAR RY officers without so much as Railroad Kooxville voted 225009 to and they take as tho reason the fact not cover well any other topics than hoose Peach Orchard this fact in high relief The anniver- Â¬ Scrapers i3oots Curry Combs nusblap G13 aa1 Steua Fittis Toe Weights Soaps Oils and thrst the stylo of dress suits her so theology and civil law and tho six chief Bullitt and Spencer J W Croan sary affords an excellent opportunity of Election Supervisors oast lots be- the railroad aud the excursion was au investigation tween the two aud Mr Wharton was for Â¬ libraries together of both languages bettor than what the purpose of inspecting the work for calling wide attention to ttie true As previously announced the Three everything else needed by persons muchtho dowdy dress of is now consid-a contain only about 100000 volumes Cupio chosen thus securing toTtigg couuty as a condition to Piitnp Repairing a Speoltllv All ered a quarter of the issuance of the Forks Deposit Bank threw open Me condition resources aud advantages of Butler and Edmonson lieuben Mor-Â¬ kimln of pumi3 kept at Um Workp who handle horses a very capable Representative well bonds The press of Montreal is very much contury ago Nobody knows where the State that have been grossly mis doors for business fast Wednesday Illclmionil Leave orders ayBonanza Saddles Manufactured to Order tho Princess gets her gowns from It hampered by the constant necessity of ris fitted by experience for a proper per- Â¬ Mi r V G Whites DruBtore Breckinridge TIce Jolly Hardlns represented abroad and the effect of formance The excursion steamer Common Â¬ morning August 21 A large part of is generally supposed that her maid being politic in a sharply divided com- Â¬ of his duties Frankfort 30 49 and none but the best material makes thorn from patterns supplied munity Music suffers from the dis- Â¬ burg such a presentation of the moral and wealth and a little boat eailed the the capital stock subscribed for bad ladies and However the Princess can not pose as favor with which tho churches regard Caldwell G W Duvall Princeton material inducements she otters to im- Capital used Gentlemens Lame Duck collided near Cincinnati been paid in several days before the kept in stock a leader of fashion except to womonof tho drama for without successful thea THOMAS B AYlTS3 boys Saddles migration aud Investment can not fail Judge Sharp oilieial plurality in the Lame Duok being completely de- Â¬ opening ami everything was in readi Carlisle See Ballard Covington the State is ouly 33400 This taking molished No lives were lost An ness for the Balance and for depooota to be highly beneficial Harness of every description a certain age For instance she can ters or an opera an orchestra can not Calloway S L Holland Murray Real and General 1 race Chains Haines Backhands not itito consideration the great effort There was a wear gaudy flowor crowned hats be maintained and tho art thus lacks Campbell John C Draddy New- Â¬ Commonwealth made by the Democrats was not a hour after the collision fire was dis- on tlie day appointed Collecting Agency its chief means of expression Thero port Mathew Rebholz Kane CampBellybauds Collars Collar Fads and yet those hats will bo what is very great victory The unjust insti- covered on the Commonwealth and continual stream of stockholders and A Woman in the Case are however some amateur organizaÂ¬ bell county depositors tiling in and oat all day OS Special attention paid to the sale Hame Strings Plow Lines Blind known as fashionable nevertheless tution of the primary on the day of she was burned to the waters edge tions ol public use the Mendelssohn There always Is She is the power geueral election brought out the Dem- Â¬ c J c xchenge it Kcal Estate and to the Bridles Whips and other things Who makes those pretty fringes Wednesday and twelve thousand dol- Â¬ Carroll W S Bailey WorthvIIIe c cctionof all Vinds of accounts M A terrible Btory of loss of life by-- lars was paid in for stock There was behind the throne A womaus in- ocratic vote aud to this alone they can Some say that her barber shifts his Choir which treats the public now and farm used on the Carter and Elliott W H Counts every week Others declaro then to part songs and light choral fluence over the man who loves her is attribute their success Winchester starvation comes from upper Egypt also five thousand dollars of deposits Only experienced workmen em- lodgings hair dresser supplies the ma Â¬ works the Philharmonic Society but Counts X Roads Sun this that The dispatch says that a famine pre which was certainly very large for the often absolute To wield so great a Christian II B Clark ployed Some people dont like soup in any vails at lately formed which gives two or terial and that a maid makos it up Khartoum Kassala Tokar first day The liveliest power to guide strengthen aud help If you want a Saddle you have A Star reporter tracked the hair- Â¬ three concerts each winter military Clay Jacksou and Owaley W P her husband a womans mind should form It has such poor fatnin quali- Â¬ and other river towns The srvlvers you know that next to interest and the principal ties a hundred to select from ranging dresser to a street in the West End bands and a number of lesser compa- Clark are feeding upon the bodies of the iuterest is tlie principal thing in the be clear and healthy It can not be if 4G WlGOlNS B OCK ClXCtSSATl O in price from 4 upwards Clark James P Gay Winchester nies testify to some interest in the art If you and thero lost all trace of him Really is suffering from any functional was manifested by The latest reports from Millerite dead About twenty deaths from banking busiues Crittendon and Livingston Ed Flau she want a set ot Harness jou nave a the Princess of Wales has very little But it is generally conceded that tho derangement How many a home is headquarters indicate that the world starvation daily are reported at Tokar the community Mr Pollard the amounts to nothing more study of music is quite lukewarm and nery Marion It Cjin refer f rt iuIIditiKs auccpstlnly 150 sets to select from ranging iu hair Courier Journal made unhappy because she who would will come to au end sometime during that music is not an Important part of Cashier was kept very busy issuing Cumberland and Clinton J than what women know as a wisp Bow S up rreetril In Riduuontl Mavsville jfl Possibly it will but any next October price from deis room just social life the choirs of the city inev- Â¬ The delegates to the Congress of the certificates of stock counting money Casey aud Russell Sila Adams be its life aud light a wretched way Sterling Wlupester and OwingtTfe will not burn up unless the All prices of Flow Gear from At Sandringham there is a All around itably reflect tho general level of tho pressed morbid invalid I Wives moth rains it stop long enough to give It a three Americas which will meet in and taking inebecka from early morn lik3 a hugo hatters shop Liberty the cheapest lo the best Some it ixo little receptacles varied by pier art Montreal is but just be Â¬ era and daughters why suffer from chance to dry out a little PIneyllle Washington late In Oetoter will as until a late hour in the afternoon The re thingentirely new in Curry Combs glasses and these receptacles contain ginning also to adorn itself Daviess RS Triplett Owensboro female complaints which are sap Â¬ Messenger announced iu the Courier Journal sev- citizens or Beatty vllle and Praetor and Owensboro Our city fathers should not delay The handsomest lot of lap Cloths the hats and bonnets of tho Princess with painting and sculpture The Art J H Rudy Lee ping your lives away when Dr Pierces 2eral days ago visit Louisville and the neighboring towns are wide awake Estill and J C IlilL ever brought to Richmond 41- Whon she is at Association incorporated in I860 is Favorite Prescription will reuew your about the water works with such a ca- Â¬ Kentucky They will arrive In litis to the importance of a bank at this and her husband Elliott See Carter lamity almost at hand for It never city November 1 and will remain here place aud they have proved their taMh home she wears two or three different doing much to cultivate the public tasto LOUIgyiLLE KY Fayette Daniel James Yarnallton health and gladden those ah ut you hat every day but she always wears a by exhibitions and instruction and It has restored happiness to many a rains In Richmond iu a dry time until Saturday night when they go to iu its success by their works The Lexington Geo B Klnkead Lex For a education also includes more or less bonnet when out visiting saddened life Why sutler martyrdom A telegram was received Here Friday Mammoth Cave Monday will be only trouble seems to be m the fact study of technical art The pictures in iugtou Princess her bonnets should not bo when release Is so easy Iu it special morning announcing the death of spent in Lexington Courier Journal that there was not stock enough to go Fleming E R Burns considered extravagant Sho gener the Roman Catholic churches are insig- Â¬ The Largest and Finest Hotel It field there never was a restorative like sold for a Floyd and Johnson J W Zangley Tbeophllus Powers iu cousequeuce of ally gives about thirty shillings for a nificant but a fowgoodcaflvases are to Four hundred white families have around some nf K having the city the Favorite Prescription be seen in two or three wealthy bouses Prestonsburg Â¬ injuries received iu a railroad collision gone from North and South Carolina premium of nine per ecnt Beatty halt or bonnet not at all an extrava To cleanso the stomach liver and In Tennessee He was the elder broth- Â¬ to Arknnsas to work as day laborers ville Enterprise Frauklin Scott Brown Frankfort gant price when one can sea tho Tho chief satisfactions in Montreal aro to 4 Per Day Fulton aud Hickmau--dordiost of bonnots at some of tho so not intellectual and artististic gratifi- Â¬ R Walk- system generally use Dr Pierces Pel er of Rev J Pike Powers of this coun- Three thousand negroes have been new buggies Severe Cases f Blee4 Pttgea called society milliners in Bond street cations but gayeties out door sports er Hickman ty Tho latter was absent from couuty brought from the Carolinas and Georlets 25 ceuts According to rooms Thousands inner from Wood poison who Living new marked at three or four guineas each and a conservative pioty Gallatin J H McDaunell Warsaw Samuel Royce of Madison county being a messenger from Boones Creek gia to Mississippi to work tber oettou woolcl be cam it they gave B R R iButan- Turkish and Russian Bat lis in But tho Princess of Wales certainly costs much loss than it docs in tho Garrard R H Tomlinson Lancas- Â¬ came over tiere yesterday aud bought Baptist Association to Bracken Asso lands and 8000 more are to follow le Bleed Balia a trial Send to toe Wood chief cities of the United States social wondsr 32 31 new Hotel ha tho faculty of dressing neatly and ter a two home wagon irom one oi our ciation which was in session at that them The Memphis and Charleston Balm Co Atlanta ea for book ofskeptical fal cores tnat convince the most womon who aro neat arc seldom ex Â¬ entertainments aro not led by rival ex- Grant John T McCIure ZIon Sta- merchants Whats the matter with time Winchester Democrat It la cent free railroad is tnauipulutlng the emigratravagancc tho moderate pace of life new Winchester Sun Richmond pensive in taste London Star J O CUbaoa Meridian Miss writes For allows men of business to tako somo tion tion a number of jean I suffered notold agoales Dear old Sun dont yon kuow tlyxt A combination of Eastern capitalist Grayson Q H Gardner ieitchiield from Mood pubton Several prominent phy loisure without dropping out of the new - Freight Car Mileage any soo4 I began lo is much nearer to Winches In Alabama a Green and Taylor W my race The dominant qualities of this J Bale Madison Clark is to Richmond Yes has been formed to purchase all the insensibility by negro was beaten Into Steaanadtd aielUUelf HlUeftiiia abat to and seB Ba wiUTry ter than u Republican United otter sarprtw It kn mad me well large river coal mining property a By common consent the mileage for English colonial community aro com- Â¬ Greensburg hearty puwan thi use of all eight wheel freight cars fort cheerfulness and solidity Greenup J Watt Womack Green- Â¬ Richmond bought a laundry over in venture Involving S13000000 and thus Slates Deputy Marshal tor taking a X T Halterton Macon G writes C H My vehicles are all new and of the has beon fixed at J cants por milo run Farnham in Harpers Magazine Winchester and moved it over here a control the river business All the seat In a ladles car on a railroad train Leoalraoted Mood potson 1 Or tried pbyst- I up men whh to very latest patterns They are for sale fclr wheel cars beiBg rated at ono half short time ago Dont you see which heavy operators have named their fig Â¬ As the marshal was efotheu with au etaiw B heme a rainednis optuhp a r man physically Graves W M Bmlth Muyfield roracd on the most reasonable terms If you My me ay way your things are going seemed amount thority by the President of the United NothingjwmnwNd to do try a B floodTo my The Democrats will have a majority ures Hardin W H Hays Elizabeth- B me U wtmt a vehicle cotno and see me and this amount or J cents This mother would at first sight appear to be in jof ninety six in the General Assembly town Slates It Is possible that this Southern nsler suneufcJMnenl every nicer nucKiy twau- wlllmut one vou wont g home J The Attorney Geueral cf California As Indicated by the count of the outrage will not create mueh com- Â¬ ertV yet in tho aggregate it this next winter Although Bradley did Bljfnlficant 5- JOHIS DONELSON UI saf Harrison Wm M Moore Foindex-ter- - has instructed the District Attorney Bant Morris Atlanta Ga comes to a very considerable sum In get the State into his vest pocket a heap vote In progress the Constitutional motion among the Republican news- fecad yearn from syphiliticwrites poWn blood to dismiss tho charges against Justice Convention wilt have a large majority which mfnseU to be en red by all treatment the case of some of the more imporÂ¬ J of it will Itanii out Tmjumiks erTfcuis papers Georgetown Times Srwu Ammo Cm n Hart Johu W Rowlett Rowletts field The Governor of California probably 25000 Ptxntetaoa praaooacad it a hopeless case tant roads in this qpuntry even those O1PL07KKS I had no appetite I bad VKiins In hips and Harlan Perry Bell and Leslie IF characterlzesbe arrest of Justice Field Four murderers of women Patrick Jotuto and my kldiicya were llacased My Board raMag ad twtkm for each tfm ot twenty In the next pc ssossmg a largo oquipmont tne oatHI ii A list of the members m Lrtwi a vw week about 75 First tcTm opea UiTuesday throat was nlcerat The new batik organized at Baatty Packeuhain Jack Lewis James No of roBBtefi sera la ftit condition I oom and as atr Usnprecedeuted Indignity Will open a Select Primary School an C8 against them for mileage alone General Assembly Is published iu this P Bcnllcy this ia AHgHK For particular ladrte U I nait Henderson 0 WNormau Smiths it was atlilsfequest that the charges vJHe stents of very prosperously Some land and Ferdinand Carolin were weaeeil ta- me of B B me ouupieiij wvry Kt an weeks Issue It i corrected to date ilick ffrtt ltfi irwlQi In Path HT furl Milton Euiorr Piciru Knimsvatr of en amounts to nearly 500ooo cured banged in the Tombs at New York nicer and soreaad Mills of the stock has already sold for 109 iol were dismissed monUta so far as we em learn 612 j ni ally Scribn8rs Magazine Jl 416 Terms reason able ivo lthC K tA R Fht S- The extensive dealers -- 1 i 1 ii Gi i Fnrnisli Hats Their Strongholds Many years ago during my boy Â¬ hood days which were mostly spent in happy old Now Englatld I did my share of both shooting and trapping froodchucks and even helped eat a roasted one on an occasion But I al Â¬ so did more than this for several limes I had them as pets and closely studied thoir habits in nature and in confin- Â¬ Senators and Henry W P Thome Eminence Hickman See Fulton Hopkins P B Davie Earlington Hancock Henry Mason Hawes The State League of Commercial Clute has prepared and will forward to each member of the General Assembly a copy of the following letter Dear Sin The State Commercial League composed of the Commercial Clubs and the Boards of Trade throughout the State desires to secure your faÂ¬ Â¬ Friday morning Two JowMu mtftMti were used The en nd am wed mem wtatr Kentucky net drapped through a tnp tat wew jerked upward by a thniiimn 1 ud Ii1 -- H l - a J c-- -i Â¬ 3- STTMMEE STOCK Â¬ 5r-- J- MW 3- J J BOOTS SHOES Â¬ Â¬ JW c Â¬ Â¬ Har-rod-bu- rg j j I 3- u Â¬ rn surgeon Â¬ IN LMKES SHOES Â¬ 3- JtILM 1 - IN HATS GENTS Â¬ Â¬ pit - Â¬ Â¬ -- 3- Furnishing Goods Â¬ - 8- Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ bright d 1 Â¬ 1 3- SADDLES HARNESS Aran gear G Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ PICKELS Â¬ CT--r- Â¬ I Â¬ Jk Â¬ Â¬ Esite Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- Â¬ CllAPSYBROW Arqi1teots Â¬ GALT HOUS Â¬ Fine n Carriages pilstons carriages surries Â¬ RatesKo B Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ sulkies Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ idUWlLMM iiipii r JtxflK - 9 ir THE CLIMAX FRENQH TIPTON - Editor BT PTOMfJHBH UVKHT WEDNESDAY The Glimax Printing W Go GWhite Ch as SPowell riiIC PEU YKAR 150 WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 4 AXiYYilOUS LETTERS 1869 vmk womu we not oe in an em tanteeed attitude without some bodys name to the card or note Suppose the mere statement of a death or marriage were made on amnoriiy of a namele piece of paper sent in and the said event had not transpired t Such impo sftkms have been practiced and nothing ever happened that might not be repeated Great injury would be done a lecturer a sale or any other thing depending on a fixed date by the publication of another date and how easy it would be for an enemy to perpetrate such injury by an anonymous notice It is impossible to have a news paper entirely correct when the utmost care is observed but to publish all sorts of items from unknown sources would in a short tune lead to ruin There is no reasoH why every message sentf by mail or by hand to a newspaper should not be signed by the party sending it not that the name should appear in the paper with the item but be held by the editor for reference in ease the news proved to be incorrect We cannot and will not publi4i nay thing whatever that eomes to ns from an unknown source and we hope all communications will he properly signed Ar otherwise they cannot appear in our col umns Why didnt you publish so and so 1 wrote you about it we are eften asked Because you failed to sign is the usual reply Why I thought youd know my hand writing V Ko we cant rec- Ueet everybodys handwriting Sign your name Â¬ X Out of thirty three prominent SouthGovernors Congressmen and if the committee continues at the A SPREADING SHADOW Mayors responding to a query as to pace it has been going the Win- Â¬ Star ReKfes AWat Letters That Hare chester meeting next year will be Those who are wrangling over the their preference for a place for holding the Worlds Fair In 1892 thirty un- Â¬ No Names to Them representative merit and claims of a failure qualifiedly selected Washington the We lire greatly annoved bv Tle Danville Advocate goes far Messrs McKenzle Jilaokburn and others St Louis Chicago one New anuiivinoHB letters notes scrans beyond what we said especially Knott to go to the United States Sen- Â¬ York ot paper postal cards and oilier wth reference to President John- - ate we would respectfully advise to The corner stone of the monument look out for the shadow of James B similar communications that come son memory of the soldiers and sailors The Georgetown Times says the McCreary It is gradually spreading In throagk the mails or are left at over this section of the State and of Iudiada to be erected by the State committe needed shaking up and our office when his omi substantial personality was laid at Indianapolis President We are always duly thankful got it is thrown into the fight it will bs a Harrison Secretary Busk Attorney Wo couhl extend these remarks for items of news large or small General Miller and four hundred thou wrestle with the gods hut and our frietnls could send much through a considerable list of edi- wlue Harrodsburg Democrat what he sand others from all parts of the State more than they do but it is the tors being present Only one editor in the State SQDIRE HILL WITHDRAWS mows without name to which we Mr Eugene Blssett son of Mrs D object More than this persons comos to the rescue of the com- Â¬ A Dissett of this county has jnst re- Â¬ Â¬ City Aug 28 18S9 Union send matters of importance for mittee aud that is Mr Pat Mc ceived from Congressman McCrenry publication and fed hurt at their Donald of the Frankfort Argus Keillor Climax Owing to circumstances unavoidable the appointment to a cadetsliip iu the MOtt Kppearauce never Junking lie had been misled into thinking United States Naval Academy at An for a moment that they failed to we had asked to be made a dele I hereby withdraw my name as a can- Â¬ napolis Md He is a recent graduate Â¬ sign any name to the letter or gate to the National Association didate before the Democratic Conven of Hogsett Academy this city aud is The gentleman will please under tion for Jailer of Madison county and n young man of decided talents whatever it was Uiey sent herewith tender to my many friends A newspaper cannot afford to stand tiiat we did not Harrodsburg Democrat The editor ot the ML Sterling throughout the county my sincere publish the most trivial occur- Â¬ Tor the warm support offeml tlinnko A horrible wreck occured on the rence without knowing the source Sentinel Democrat one of the me will say that Kuozville Cumberland Gap and from whence it comes Suppose committe attempts to befacerious shall and be forgotten their kindness Louisville never Railroad at Flntgap Creek we should receive through the and sarcastic and while failing Hoping 22 miles from Knoxville A large num Â¬ poet office a card or note stating utterly to offer any excuse for the rious offices thit candidates for the va ber were injured some fatally Three may be selected whhcaie that Miss Blank ot some place or committee lets the cat out of the and satisfaction to every Democrat of men were killed one of them being S other is visiting some family and wallet by remarking that he pre Â¬ Madison county I remain as ever a T Powers formerly of Winchester a it should be discovered that Miss sumes we will cease to kick since Democrat Gentleman of wealth and prominence John Hill Itlank is a disreputable character we have been selected as one of The road is new aud this was the first PRIMARY ELECTION a disgrace to any family 6he might the delegates That is precisely ruu over it Â¬ violation of all precedent by the notorious nntl tllFgncefalura of patronage Chairman Grubbs of the Execu- Â¬ at his cmnraund Is nn outrage ngujiiiat tive Committee of the Kentucky the people jyid ahoull be rebuke at Press Association has tendered his me pou A Ji ye Branny invor name cjikuiii unqualified resignation to Presirole in Irelatidwe demand It nWIt dent Johnson all laws hat The Hopkins villo South Kcn- - Oblo Whlg rayjri tuckian says it would probably be sacredly protect the ballot box and Hie well for the entire committee to honest voter we demaud the ennct follow the example of the chair- Â¬ meut of laws that will enable our cities to chose their own servants aud xm man trol their own nflnlrs The Stanford Journal says that MATTER Â¬ THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE indorsing the course of Pension Com- Â¬ missioner Tanner The resolution was passed at a previous meeting which Wis thinly attended Smokeless poyvder has been tried with great success in the Baxon army At some recent artillery practice before the King both ordinary shells and fiharpnell were discharged by this pow- Â¬ der ami not a trace of smoke appeared round the mouth of the cannon erner Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ -- if only child of Stonewall Jackson Mrs Christian died at Richmond Va Fridav The Campbell of Jv Viuiity has been nomina te 1 Jor Governor of Ohio on the Democratic tiekeL Â¬ Hon James K The bioux reservation of eleven million acres in Dakota is to be thrown open to the public and what a rush it will cause Oherokees will open nn their strip in Indian Territory to settlers and another Oklahoma will be inaugurated The Russell A Alger of De troit was elected commander-in-chie- f of the Grand Army of the Republic at its recent Milwaukee meeting Â¬ Gen Â¬ The Turner Howard war has reopened in Harlan and the county Judge wants soldiers Harlan jsave 579 Republican majority in Col W H Polk of the Lexing a total vote of S43 ton Drummer is now doing good work on the staff of the Transcript Mock the supposed dynamiter Col William Henry charged with attempting to blow is the only man we Harrison Polk know up the Leader office in general can run two newspapers of who one D T Baxter in particuand lar has been acquitted OHIO DEMIICKACY Â¬ C0J115S ters at Frankfort Thev should be wholly subject to the orders of Born to the wHc of Curtis French a the Governor and always ready to move at a moments notice girt Ida General Duke thinks that such a Mrs Ida Howard is ery low with con force would be less unwieldy than sumption at her fathers Mr Wm militia and otherwise more effec tive A Sunday ecbool of General Duke doubtless looks has bepn organized at ftfty seen scholars Knob Lick at the probem from his experi- house since the fall school opened school enced standpoint as a raider and fighter and sees liow readily he NEWSPARAGRAPHS could uith such a body of picked men embracing a few good rilles Judue George V Payne nlio ha and a mountain Imwifzer extermi- been County Judge of Scott county for nate all the desperadoes in East- twenty years lias rtotermined not lo be ern Kentucky in less time than a candidate again would be required for a militia The wife of Bole Roberts uhoisiu company to iill their haversacks jnil at Lexington for killing McUnrty and tell their wives and sweet hax had twenty one children but all Itearte good by If the General are dead but six could be induced to engage in the Miss hazardous undertaking and he invalid Auna Jones who has been an fur seventy jeans and had could gather about him a chosen been confined to her bed sixty years few of the old 2nd Kentucky the died at Jai bridge Me heroes and Iienchmen of the var A veterinary surgeon named Still ious factions llirougltottt the wild and woolly counties towards the well has tied from Danville as he was Tennessee ami Virginia lines about to be arrested for bigamy on u would soon be wliere they would requisition from Michigan do the least harm Gov iluckuer lias commissioned Jor But tliere are too many ifs in don Owens of Hart comity a member tlie way and therefore we are op- of the State Board of Equalization in posed to a State police force place or Hon J W Rowlett resigned Every sheriff has it in his power to Dr E Parsons the oldest dentist in summon even man in his county tlie country is dead at Stvuuah Ga to arrest every offender and that He was the inventor of several of tlie in our opinion is the speediest most imporlaut dental instruments iu safest and best treatment of the use situation As we have heretofore B F Kelly sues a railroad remarked the sheriff of Rowan damages for running throughfor S10000 county with a strong posse of cit- Â¬ yard iu Owem boro where a grave lay the izens destroyed the worst san of bodies of his mother-iu-Iaoutlaws that ever terrorized any etc county in Kentucky and there is William Jones aged 81 years was no reason why the sheriffs of other gored to deatli by a bull in Fayette counties should not do likewise county on Railroad capital and a new same day a Saturday before last The people are rapidly penetrating and badly bull attacked Fred Sanders hurl him every portion of Eastern Ken A bill has been prepared and will tucky and with the large number of good people already there the come before the Georgia Legislature to Bitter Creek iellows will soon dis- pension the widows of nil disabled Confederates Iu the State The measappear Â¬ Cliri--manÂ¬ ordered tiy the Democratic Committee of Madisoa county that a poll be opened at the le Â¬ gal plaee of voting iu each of the Dis- Â¬ tricts of Madison county on Saturday October 12 I860 between 7 oclock a made sr and 6 oclock p si for the ptirposThus cimIs another bloody strug- Â¬ of nominating n Democratic cadidati gle fur County Judge County Attorney bherifl Jailer County Clerk tiuperiu STATE POLICE- terdent of Schools AssessorCoroner and General Basil Duke suggests Surveyor lo be voted for at August elec- Â¬ that the coming Legislature enact tion 1600 At said primary all Demo a law anllwrizing a State police crats who have heretofore acted with force for tlie purpose of suppress- the Democratic party aud young nieu ing the mountain outlaws They who t hall arrive at age before August could be utilized effectively he election 1S00 and who agree lo sup thinks suppressing rioters and poit the nominees of the party shall be C D CllKNAULT similar offenders He would have entitled to vote Aug 6 1SSG Chairman them employed by the State at 50 9 17 to if 60 a month with headquar- Â¬ Â¬ why we were put at tho head of I lie list to stop our kicking So far as we can hear the State was not represented in the Nation a Association owing to the late time at which the selections were It Is uunnimously Died In this city on the evening of the 21st lust after a brief illness from paralysis Miss Julia Colemsn The deceased was a daughter of the late Williamson Coleman a soldier of the war of 1812 who died In I860 Since then Miss Julia is the third daughter who has followed him to the grave leaving an only sister Mrs Gore sur- Â¬ viving Danville Advocate Senator Wade Hampton says that tliere is a growing sentiment Iu the Soutli against the protective tarifl The interests of the States vl Virginia Tennessee and Alabama would be par- Â¬ ticularly iidvniiced by low duties Sen- Â¬ ator Hampton is of the opinion that the Republicans will attempt to pro- Â¬ vide for Federal supervisors and place elections iu the South under Federal control but will not succeed Courier Journal Some scoundrels are doing Washing- Â¬ ton aud adjoining comities In the apparent Interest of a nursery but In reality are working the patent medi- Â¬ cine scheme The wonderful drug It Is claimed will prevent conception and can be otaiued from these fakirs at a good round price One Dr Waters is at the head of the business who is described as a large blue eyed light haired individual ngainst whom the public is warned Stanford Journal A good old Democrat named Jame Gnrrixou who has spent the last 25 years iu the backwoods of Pulaski county came into see us Tuesday and subscribed for this paper Ha told lis at e bad npver read nor even seen a Democratic newspaper but had read several papers of the oilier political faith aud that lie was thoroughly sick of the way the Republicans ran their paer8 as well as their politics and heiicefourlh lie would steer clear of both ami avoid all appearances of evil Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Danville Advocate AKhesaleof the Waters estate corn sold at from 50 to 60 cents per barrel hi the Held oats sold for 40 aud 50 cts a hundred and hay at from 550 to f 950 per stafk There is an immense amount of feed iu tlie county and such astonishing prices as these show it Old residents of Barren pronounce the pres- Â¬ ent corn crop the most immense ever Glasgow Times This grati known 400 Mr IdaCrisman Howard the wife tlie poxjons We The farmers of Columbus Ind re- oT Joseph Howard died at the home vf vtiO ware aotliorlMd to annooncofor the oulces names are found below liidloxtetl subject to the action of tlie Demo Â¬ crop is almost u port that the melon near cratic party father William CrUinan total failure The scarjyty of the hodie Jier Comb Madison county August 29th grown watermelons which are usually FOR COUNTY JUDGE 18S9 Aged 18 years so plentiful at this season of the yean JOIIS C CHEJtAULT Miss Cloud died at the residence of b very noticeable As Jackson county FORCOUNTV ATTORNEY supplies theNorlhern market ton large H H Colyer In Madison county Kentucky on Thursday August 29th A SULLIVAN J extent with watermelons the scarcity 1J nihil at the aged about 70 year will be severely felt FOR BIIBIUFF Wagers place ou Friday J W BALES One dollar Is asked for Reed wheat John B Walker died in Richmond John Bobhitt bought four mules cults FOR COUNTY CLEHK monday nl prices ranging frm 60 to Ky on Friday August 3Htbe 1889 The interment took L WHILL 35 Tub washed wool Is selling at 35 need 35 years CL nts per pound here in trade other place iu tlie cemetery Saturday after- Â¬ FOR JAILER grades lower Tate Catron bought noon Deceased was a son of the late JOKKFWAUBRS 10 mule colts of John BoLbitt Monday Owen Walker LACKBY JAMK3 SA2IUEL BIOGERSTAFF George Pearson Parkes died in Mad at GG per head J 0110 of James Bodley THOMAS H KKRRELL at S0 all mare mules Sonlereet Re- Ijon county Keutucky on Thursday AJBROADDUS August 29th 1SS9 of consumption porter GEOKUK W MAUPIN Â¬ JOHN CURRY Mr Richard Cobb who has been n aged 40 years Deceased was a faithpretty close observer for most of the 71 ful Federal soldier He leaves a wife FOR ASSESSOR years he has beeu with us says be and several children Burial at the A J W1LLOUGIIBY rarely ever saw such an immense corn home place WJHARVEY crop as Lincoln county has now and C RTODOR Deafness Cant lie Cared never as large n crop of bay as has By local application as they can not JOELjiTvCBBRY COXWAY DOZIER been saved The farmers have abso- Â¬ reach the diseased portion of the ear lutely nothing to complain of and all There is only one way to cure deafuets FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT of us can live in peace and plenty aud that is by constitutional remedie J B HARRIS Stanford Journal Deafness Is caused by an inflamed con- Â¬ MRS A T MILLION At Baltimore the sale of E R Em Â¬ dition of tlie mucus lining of the Eih FOR COUNTY LURVEYOR orys Cetitreviile Md Poplar Grove tachain Tube When this tube gets J A O WILLIAMSON trotting bred horses nnd colls was held inflamed you have a rumbling sound S PA MUSH Thursday Eleven head were sold or imperfect hearing and when it is principally the get of Happy Russell entirely Closed Deafness is the result 2211 and Avoumore Some and unlets the itiflamation can be 229J prices were Avonmore 229 by taken out and thii tube restored to its Strathmore S1250 Sallie Wilkes normal condition hearing will tie dc blk f by Baron Wilke- - 5000 Hatlle stroj ed forever nine cases out of ten Russell by Happy Russell S400 are by catarrh which is nothing hut When his strawberry crop had ex- an inflamed condition of tho mucus hausted this year Mr Ed McRoberts surfaces yum We will give One Hundred Dollars cut his plants ofT close to the ground for any case of Deafness caused by JJ W so us to leave them in a healthy and fresh condition for next year They catarrh that we can not cure by tak- Â¬ giew out sooner than ho expected ing Halls Catarrh Cure 8ud for circulars free however and he is Jnow feasting on a F J CHENEY second crop of as Hue ones an one Toledo Ohio would wisli to see He will try the 12 15 same thing on his watermelon vines ISy Sold by Drugclsts 75c and expects to have a fine supply Louisville Tobacco Market come in for Christmas Interior Jour- Â¬ flj Durrelt Louisville lobacco Gloer nal Ware House Sales on our market for the past -- WE CAKR Y NONE BUT Oh Wednesday afternoon E N week juct closed amount to 3386 hlids THE Berryman Co loaded 2000 bushels with receipts for the same period 4037 of new wheat on a barge at their ware- hhds sales 011 our market since Jan Â¬ house in Clifton preparatory to ship Â¬ uary 1st amount to 01535 hhds Sales of tliecrop oriSSS to date amount to ping it to market Yesterday morn Â¬ 05161 hhds ing they found the boat together with We have had another week of ex and as our stock is not lurge we are its cargo lying at tlie bottom of the tremely large receipts aud sales The continually renewing it and therefore Kentucky river Tlie barge was either market has been at limes Irreuulur aud our stock is ALWAYS FBESH We eu ier on the medium and common too heavily laden or else it sprung a grades of hurley but prices for colory leak This will be a lohs or about 1 typo ami lino fillers have been well 400 lo this firm they having paid 70 sustained Tlie following quotations fairly rep cents per bushel for the wheat Ver resent our market on Burley tobacco s allies Sun Trash Dark and damaged tobacco 2 50 to 100 Capt J W Jacobs U S A has and in consequence our prices are Colory Trash 450 to 750 purchased tlie full number 42 of mules Common Lugs not colory 4 00 to for which he advertised Tlie names 6 00 of the parties from whom he obtained Colory Lugs 3 00 to 1100 Common Leaf 800 to 13 00 them and the prices are as follows Medium lo good leaf 13 00 to 1300 Moute Fox two 200 Alex West 18 00 lo Select or wrappery leaf oue 5133 W J Broyles two 290 33 00 Give us one trial and you will I II W T Ward one 140 The Wood be convinced five 645 T D Floyd one 130 Thos Local Produce Markets McRoberts two 250 R L Salter CORRSCTRD WEEKLY BV COVINGTON IIAGAN CIlEtfAULT eighteen 2000 Gentry Bros ten ARNOLD A BKO GROCBRS MAIN 29 Â¬ -- lot of calves J97EL mule 575 Versailles Sun 75 horeg 2 DIED ANNOUNCEMENTS IS REQUESTED At Our Place TO EXAMINE a THE FURNISHING DEPARTMENT WE POSITIVELY HATE THE LATEST STYLES HEW GOODS AND AT R enable Prices OUE ASSORTMENT OP is tiie most complete ever offered in tnis city AGAHCHEHULTS SHIRTS COLLARS GUFFS ailil UPERWEAR 9i OUR NECKWEAR embraces everything new and bright O We Make a Specialty of Flannel Shirts To wear one is to be convinced that you will wearno other We can please the most critical Â¬ BEST GOODS OUR MHE OF HOSIERY s can not be excelled in sizes prices colors and Â¬ We carry of BiiyanflSellforCasli in every shapethe Best BrandscolorHats style size and and the man or boy whom we cant please will have to wear a bonnet Exceedingly Low lOIIEIUllTTilLllltjDEFllTIEIT is perfect in every equipment II I we invito 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 aro prepared to furnish you with a complete outfit and know we will do it if you are a man of- taste and consult your own interests As we cant mention everything call and see for yourself - 1 STREET RICHMOND KY 3 2 1 Richmond Ky Heel Cattle Butcher HOJ6 Sept 1SF9 4 Â¬ father-in-la- Â¬ Â¬ ure w ill probably pass Twenty thousand tariff reformers from Missouri and Kansas assembled yesterday at Plattsburg Mo at a mammoth picnic Great entliusitsm prevailed Ex President Cleveland was the toast County Judge Pulliam w1k lolled James Miller has been i Mud quilt y of manslaughter by a Brandenburg jury and his pan 1 mment fixed at fifteen years in the penitentiary IUKE TAXES Commander Warnorof the G A R in bis speech to the veler- mm assembled in national council 1 lilwaukee last week said service pension will come 1 day is not far distant when Mtonioie liscnarge from the army or navy shall be all donee required to secure a ti to its holders T TWtJ MJBSTiMXS SETTLED i a 1 -- rj ral Tanner commissioner n a that it is an ill wind L Jiows nobody good The c n il Federal Aid t FAm i L that of the mueli-di-c Surplus Have been bones of c jn for the last several n C TT But both have practi Cj hoon settled the raven- o L ur or soon will be by his ve pension policv ablv b tel y the Grand Army of the R I j if and the Republican par tv Ihe increased pensions will a - oJopleted the treasury before an lliar presidential campaign sfei there wilt be no earplug con sequently uo money with which to aid the schools except 1y inert anng the taxes and that idea is net popular Send the Corporal a bouquet 1 cJ ung h iuonatrates the truth of the may be said asainst him Bis a benefactor after 1 lr J Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Mr Frank Marimou recently killed iu one of the principal streets of Pine ResotatiorH adopted by the Ohio ville u huge rattle snake Mr M had Democratic Convention last Wednes Â¬ the veuomous reptiles tkin Mufled and day had it here with him Monday Har- Â¬ First The Democratic party of Ohio rodsburg 8aylngs iu convention assembled xppruvi the It Is said that tlie residence of Mrs declaration of principles made by the National Democracy in S Louis iu Gregg to be rendered almost value- Â¬ 16S8 and especially that pait of it less by the new railroad is nearly a which demanded reduction of tarifl hundred years old and has been the taxes and we will continue the battle home of the family fur several generaN iciiolusville Journal for tarifl reform until the caute of tho tions people is triumphant Silvester Estill father of the editor of Second We regard trusts in what the Owlngsville Outlook died at his ever form organized as the legitimate home hi Flemiiu county Saturday result of our present tarifl system and AukusI 24 1S9 He was born June 13 we demand the repeal of all tariff 1807 being 82 years 2 mouths aud 11 taxes that enable them to extort from days old at the lime of his death the people exorbitant prices for the Daniel K Stewart the richest man produets they control Third We again aeknouleJge the in Virginia died at his residence in great debt of gratitude the nation Hturlco county a few days ago HN ewes the heroes of the late war and estate is 1000000 He made his we declare hi favor of Just libera and money in tobacco and dealing iu railroad securities He was unmarried equitable pension laws Mrs Maria T Davi- - tlie historian Fourth We denounce the Republi can Administration for its repeated of Mercer and Boyle counties is putvtofolteu of its pledges in behalf of ting into book form the admirable diopters of her work that have heretooivft fcorvtee reform Fiftk We deuouHoe the present fore appeared in serial form Iu the col Stale Administration as the most par- umusofthe Harrodsburg Democrat tisan demoralising aud extravagant iu Prof Job C Applegate of Racers eur history We Invite the careful in Â¬ Gap vicinity has four sets of twlus In vestigation of all citizens into our fl his school Two pair are the children neuoial suulrs as shown by thcofilcial of Jas LIkenfelter one pair the chil- Â¬ record dren of Mrs Lucinda Osboru and the Kixth We pretest against the re Â¬ other pair the peated enaotmtHt ot laws vesting the Georgetown children of Asa Smith Times appointment power in the Governor Geo Oldham eloped with Lulie Fishenabling him to control the local boards of our leading clHes While er of Curdsville Ky but she lea him depriving them ot self government It two days afterwards He sues her constructs a vast polities machine father for 10000 damages for alien that is nl alt times daDgerous aud in ating her atlectlons She denies her the bauds of a partisan ohief executive father had uuythlng to do with her has become a positive menace to the leavlug her husband people of the State Post 42 G A R of Lowell Mass Seventh The nomination of the at a largely attended meeting ordered Governor of Ohio for a third term in expunged from the records a resolution Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ 1 Â¬ Â¬ men Cooling Blankets Horse Boots Too Weights Spurs Stirrups STOCK 2ARKET KBPORT Bridles Muzzles Journal Trace Chains Floridas orauge crop Is estimated at By GREENE BMBItY Collar Pads Collars Blind Bridies W H Fisher has sold his farm Live Stock Commission Merchants at Clucin 2000000 boxes drouth having played Woodbrook Surcingles Gold and Silver Buck nail Union Stock Yrds and Covlugtou of 223 acres situated on havoc with the fruit btoek Yards Fiat Rock pike two miles from Paris les Harness Oils Harness Soaps Iu Bourbon county 45 fat cattle sold to Col R G Stoner for 135 per acre Horse Brushes Scrapers Curry Cincinnati Ohio September 2 18 hi one lot at 4J cents weight about This Is one of the finest farms in the Combs Riding and Driving Bits SHIPPING CATTLE 1500 Twenty 2 y ear olds sold at 3G0 State and has on It an elegant two Good to Extra Bridles Trace Chains f 4 2 4 50 Fancy story brick residence with all necessary Fair to Good 3 65 3 S5 Ilamo Strings and everything Several crops of orchard grass are re2 50 3 00 else belonging to a complete Sad- Â¬ Col 8toner will move Common and Rough ported as having beeu sold at seventy conveniences Good to Extra Oxen 3 50 3 75 to the place and convert H into a stock Fair to Good Oxen- Harness Shop A 2 50 2 75 dlery and ceulaper bushel Danyllle Advocate farm This will be the future home of Common and Rough 2 oo 2 25 specialty of A hog four years old weighing 1335 the great Baron Wilke BUTCHER CATTLE for whom the Track Harness pounds was exhibited at tlie Houston Colonel has refued 75000 Mambriuo Good to Extra I3 6otj 3 85 Light Road rair to uooo 3 4019 3 50 Gormley made the harness with Tex State Fair in 18S0 hy Joseph Russell and other great stallions Extra t at Steers 1 which Susie S won her great BufNas of Waller county Farmers Paris KentucKiau Citizen Fair to Good Steers 2 75 3 00 Home Journal Uood to xtra Cows 2 2 75 falo race and also that with which Wheu the result of the Vieuua Con 2 oo 2 25 Bell Vara raised herself from 2 rair to tood cows C It Kimbrough of Cynthiaiia gress became known on he floor of the Common Cows 1 00 1 50 500 to 5000 Produce Exchange tliere was consider- Rough Cows and Oxen lwuglit and shipped two car loads of 00 75 BULLS mules last week ALL WORK WARRANTED The mules able excitement Grain went up 1 Best Shipping 2 25 2 50 were bought at an average of about ceut above Saturdays closing aud 41 40 1 75 2 00 cents over tlie lowest figure of the day IJest uologna 5100 Paris Kentuckian 1 5 Fair Bologna 75 Tlie market gradually settled and Fair to 1 2 00 Norval the 515000 stallion that Pep peace reigned before the close of tlie CommonGood Feeders 1 2 1 and Thin per recently bought from Senator Stan- Â¬ day The result of the Vienna Con- Â¬ FEEDERS AND STOCKERS ford of California won the three gress was startling It showed that Good Extra Steers 3 25 3 50 minute race at Mayeviile Fair iu three tlie European grain crop was 15 per Fair to Good Steers 3 oo 3 25 2 25 2 oo straight heats Time 221 225 222J cent short The grain crop In Russia Good to Extra Heifers Common and Thin Stackers 1 25 1 75 Austria Hungary and Roumania will Capt P C Kidd has rented his COWS AND CALVES not exceed 160000000 bushels this Best Grades splendid stock farm Elk wood 40 0045 00 360 Fair to Good 25 oo35 00 acres uear Midway to lie Messrs year iillll III HWiMMl Common 10 0020 00 Nave of that place for 6 per acre The victory of Longstreet in the rich Best Veal Calves SfiiSIBIW s 00 Commercial College 4 75 This is one of the finest slock larms in Omnibus Stake at Long Branch makes Fair to Good 4J5 4 iO Cheapest Bcs Business Collegeinthe World 2 25 the State Versailles Sun 3 75 the fourth big race run in the East this Common and Heavy nictiral Honor nnrt Cold STcdal over all otlipr ollezea at Wot l lt Exposition for System ot r HOGS season that has been won by a KenIUyik Kerpina md Cmrml JltuinfJu JAlHcntton W H Asllby Beatrice Neb has Select Butchers year 4 25 4 30 Nearly lOOQStnJenU In attendance the past 18000 tucky bred colt Sal valor bred at Ehn Fair 30 SUtM and Torrlgn Countries to Good Packers ssld to Omaha patties the chestnut d irf having 4 20 from 4 oo 13 Tracben employed nrwutnatrt in rvtlnrtt won lie Realization aud Good to Extra Lights 4 503 4 60 ne- ltiulit i Conrva consists of Book keeping stallion Chitwood foaled 1S85 by Penmanship Commercial Stakes Protection bred at Light Pigs 4 25g 4 40 Iluxlneu Aiilhmetc Ranking JouitBtock ManI aw Mercbandlslns Nutwood dam Ada Duroc by Messen lirillard ufacturing Irtnre Ituainmw Practice Mercan the same place having captured tlie SPRING LAMBS r til OnrreamndPTC ger Duroc 2nd dam by American Slar rUattonerr and InelndliT Tuition 80 Junior Champion 6 00 Hoard in n 5 75 fur illv nbout BSMiort Price reported to be S10000 Live street winner of Stakes while Long Extra- Iiaml Tipc irrltlnc nnd Telem nphy ore the Omnibus Stakes SprciuUlcnj liae special teacher and rooms Stock Record was bred by C B Hawkins or Wood- Â¬ and can txi taken atone or with the Business Coarse r3fcn eta IH nartnient forljullea o clianre for pro Lady Principal Rmplnvot A W English Sliarpsburg has sold ford county who sold him when a DdrSa Vacation Knter curing sltnatlonx new For Circulars address M Wallace sharp same place the gray yearling to hi present owners tiie 1YHBOH It joimi lm lexlnrfoo Uy gelding Hunter Bell by Magic dam Divyer Bros for 2350 List season 9 22 Flilda by Grey Eagle Price S2800 he won one out of three starts a pure Hunter Bell won the green race at of 1000 This season he has started A G WILLIAMSON the trotting meeting at that place last thirteen times or which be has won five been second four times third once wek getting a record of 235J CITY KNGINEEK amhtinplaced three times Estimating Civil Engineer and Surveyor The largest t ale of tobacco ever made the value of tlie Omnibus Stakes 1 at auction in one day hi tlie United 20000 his winnings in slake and Slates and probably in the world was Surveys made for Railway Turn pufse Ibis season amount to 328111 IUKP8 Koadwajc intimates given made in Louisville Wednesday c The which makes him the second largest Farm tlralnnge Town Lots Iniii olT total number of hogsheads sold was 1 winner thus 02 or about 1500000 pounds worth in 8aIvalor alone of the season iu this far GENERAL LAND SURVEYS leading bira retlie hogsheads over 100000 Lines retraced Special attention given spect Midway Clipper lo topographical maps anil plats of Court day at Danville wa3 about au farms ana other Ittinta Correspond- Â¬ average court day with little stock on Mr J R Jrinstead Honora Ky ence solicited wltli parties interested the market Capt Jacobs bought 22 sajs My children have sometimes in surveys of lands in mountain coun Â¬ ties of Kentucky mules for the Government service at had boils and other signs of blood Im- Â¬ jSSOtlSoe City Halt RichmondKy from 5129 to 140 per head He wanted purities with loss ot appetite elc at 42 but could only get 22 out of the lot which times I have fmmd Swifts Specific that met the requirements successful remedy iu no great suc The Chief Icnon for the la It W Hudson has bought of Carrlth instance failing to effect a speedy and cess of Hoods 1 Sarsaparilla Is foundand the 1 Is merit that trios article ltsU th a permanent euro FOITSLE efs Beard 45 aged mules at 180 per Sarsaparilla actually acÂ¬ fact that Hoods head or Bcoggeu Bros one car load at Swifts Specific Mn great blessing complishes what Is claimed for It is what has given to tfcij medlcloo a popularity aad 80 of O P A ford oue car load ui to humanity fcays Mr J E Gordon We wl9li Iu sell privately 51 ACRES sale greater than that of any other sarsapa- SlSO and of Gentry Bros a car load at I of 725 Broad street Nashville Tenn good blup Krass lund in Mudl on coun rUla or Wood puri tj ou Four Mile mad aud Ford and 58760 Iu ull about 105 head at a cost for it cured me of rheumatism of a IVieriL flor betoro the public Otterereek pike mile from Ford very bad tjpe with which I had been of 18000 Danville Advocate Hoods Sarsaparilla cures ficrolula Bait Shcum and all Humors Dyspepsia Sick NEW COTTAGE 0 4 ROOMS Bennett Braoham auctioneer re- troubled for threa or four years S S overcomes deodache Biliousness That ports court day sales as follows Long 8 cund me after I had exhausted Tired Feeling creates an Appetite Strength kitchen and porch Smoke house and everything else ens the Nerves builds up the Whole Systea It yearlings 2250 per head other houses Good welt at door two Hoods Sarsaparilla UsoIdbyaU drug springs- for stock Young orchard of two year gold steers d helfersf2750 John Turner a West Virginia mur- Â¬ jlsta tstxfer Prepared by CL Hood choice fruits Si per cwtIot common calves 230 derer was taken from jail by a mobM Co Apothecaries Lowell ilass J B T P IRVLE pprcwt yearling colt 550 cow 17 Fayettovllle and hung 20 20 8- Ford Ky fying condition seems to prevail over the State Stanford Journal J W Carroll returned last Saturday from Tennessee where he had gone 111 the interest of Starks Carroll Scott Interior Journal to purchase sheep While there Mr Carroll bought 2000 head gf sheep CONCERNING FARMERS most of them youug ewes and shipped them to his partners at this place Corn in Adair county SI per barrel lu- - Such as they will not need for ttieir own use have been sold to diflereiit the Held parties The ewes or which there A bunch of extra good were over 1200 brought from T50 lo cattle sold in Lincoln county for 3 3 75 at this market Nicholasvllle cents Sugar Cured Hants Country lJacon liam Cured Butter Chickens ft 50 Eggs Wheat Flour Corn per barrel Haj- - per 100 lts all Oats in sheaf per 100 lbs LarU Beeswa Meal c i4 lc 14SC 12c lc GORM LEY Â¬ I 00 752 IOC S1DDUS HID 2 5o3 7S 12JZC 25 UK CO concor- Â¬ Â¬ COVTETGrTON MITCHELL t iiii 75ioo tinue in their elegant house 40c 204O 75 5 75 i 5 WC J GORMLEY 213 West Main Street Richmond Ky ner of Main and Second Streets by 34C Richmond Ky formerly occupied P Ilerndon as a drug store Feathers Oats per bushel Orchard Grass German Millet Timothy Seed jo6oc 3040C Oats in sheaf Choice blue grass seed Red top seed Sweet Potatoes Irish Potatoes Cloer Seed m LUO w Harness Â¬ 1 00 75 25 MADE TO ORDER of the beet materials and by the best work- THE RESULT IS GOOD THE PUBLIC IS BENEFITTED AS ITS SEEVANT- liv fc Â¬ i UI Strengs J Aim Is Accomplishec ft I Â¬ Our Great Upheaval Sale was a great success Our object was lo give Â¬ Â¬ 1 1 the public the benefit of our advantages in our purchases We have sold more goods iu the last month than we ever did before The dn tribulion was great We have added new friends to our numerous old We will not stop until every man woman and child that buys goods in Richmond is enrolled as our customer and to accomplish this there will be ones 1 Â¬ cvo 3ST0 LET UP IN THE BARGAINS we shall continue to offer to the pxtblfc Bear in Mind that H J Streng Never Tires of Giving Bargains We have in the last few days made many new purchases at our owu price THE PUBLIC WILL GETTHE-BBNBFIT- cI Â¬ Â¬ Ta Â¬ IF YOU WANT sl - J A Dress bo it Silk Satin Woolan Sateen GiughSpf lir Qalico I am the one you want to u you want any Domestic I am tReTpeWbUht io If If you want any CottonndwafeLTnens oranytkHg in the IiV Goods line 11 I am tne one you want ftf e o Â¬ want a good Suitbf Olof lies for a Man Boy or QhiW I am the one tlfat will stilt you If you want any Shoes Slippers or anything for foot wear I am the one you want to see If you want a Uat Ij can Hfct you If yon want a Garget I am your GarpatMnw If you 0- Ifyou want any Flannel fix you - kind I will 11 i found aJsewhora in tins paper Low Prices Pollta Clerks and to tiie UELAT - SILL HII For Prices I refer you to mylocals I will do Wini as a sample of what If Good Goods are any inducement dontfaiLto com i Â¬ BARGAIN SALE which now begins Â¬ two-yea- r- - BSTtENG 32- - Main Sirssi Riokaond Ky -- iffo - hrtjnrrifeik K t H mmgTm - -- A Allow Us Friend Advocate Fatal Accident fe ofexjCdngreseman Addison White towrt there will beno -- objection but she Young roan yoa should have your The Danville Advocate always alive Dr Garrett IL Holton has been in the will never get the main line Thk is formerly ofthts place accompanied by vlilrts collars and cutis laundried at It-lo the best interests of the country in habit during the wanrlwealher this sea from one who knows whereof he speaks her daughter Miss Soonle is visiting her the uefl laundry 18S9 WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER general and its own locality in particular ton of seating Owingsville Outlook sister Mrs Wm M Irvine and other himself in the second story Lalor buys Country Ft enlace t Bags says The meeting of the Commercial window at his father residence and Berea Fair to morrow It is the general belief among the peo relatives 44 17 aud Iron Club Tuesday will be ol more than usual smoking a cigarette while cooling off be ple of Lexington that within the next six Mr James W Quinn of Sheriey needs an opcra houc Richmond importance inasmuch as the question of fore retiring Last night he went td months the LoukrlHc Southern will lit is vkltlng Mrl W Q Covington Tlie Steam Laundry has hi joining the State League will be brought sleep and fell to the pavement below M F I arc good and build a line from Lexington to the mouth and other relatives in thk county after an been completed and will do lVatpectt of the up and If favorably acted upon delegates sustained very painful Injuries A Great Success being of Tates Creek where it will ntcrect absence ot thiCtyfive ydars He has long your work at the lowest Francis street it being macadamized The excursion train run by H K Shavr to the meeting in Louisville September badly bruised about the face and body the line from Ntcholasrille to Richmond been one of the most prominent farmers 24th and 25th will be selected The The bones or the flose wfcfe fractured price tf Co on last Sunday to Cincinnati car the distance is only tcrt of twelve miles of that rich section of tile country Dr Maupin is rebuilding his residence ried two hundred persons from Richmond Danville and Bbyle Cobnty Club Is Brig It will be several days before Ke recovers and the country such that the work of Insure your property in one ofC S of the Vtty few possibly the only one The accident happened about 1 1 oclock Governor arid Mrs fieglc of Arkansasf Mr W D Weatherford k building a and vicinity The number had reaehetl 7 32 that has not affiliated with the State Later He died Sunday Maysville building will be light Lexington has are on their summer vkit to Kenttickyi Powells Ten Companies six hundred when the train arrived an res dence long wanted direct communication with League and if it intends doing so there Bulletin At Richniond Fair the friends of Mrs The new eteam laundry is equlped Paris All went well the entire trip Richmond and this is as direct as any should be no further delay Mr Giflbrd the We insurance man is Deceased was a cousin and classmate line that could be built With railroad Eagle who was formerly Miss Oldham with every modern Improvement and Allow us to inform you that the Rich- Â¬ of Dr C S Holtonof this place of Madison took pride in greeting her as wants to do your washing Forest Grove at Lexington here again tf communication direct between Richmond the wife of the Governor of a sister State Col T S Moberleys cattle took a mond Commercial Club has not affiliated and Nicholasville Lexington Winchester Twrlve hundred sheep for sale bjr H AS EXECUTORS OF ALEXANDER TRIBBLE DECEASED Kmed Paris Kentuckian Sallow Comploxlons liberal number ot ribbons both blue and but affizzledouted Irvine McKee Livingston and Lancas- Â¬ H Cjlver t recKiod Faces Constable Lincoln Kcrby shot and killed SSlZBffsk red at the Lexington Fair WE WILL ON m mi He met such The following note was received ter setert lirtes tfhat more eould be Frank Grove at Berea on last Wedrtcs Susie S Wine Again Young man you sbeuW attend Central strong competitors as WaifieM Renick You are requested to be present at a SjM Tf I i J fiAGE EFFACER asked Plmptod Faces VanMeter and others but held hk own itcKee TrayHors great trotting mare day Coroner Miller summoned a jury birth day dining of Mr John Cunning I tiers ty Sunburn Tan Moth The last connection was made Friday and held an inquest The jury said in notwithstanding the herd has not been Susie S won at Hartford Connecticut ham Saturday August 24th at 12 oclock Patches Slack I fcadi Wrinkles and all Discoloration Ct ung for sale See Cemrnktiener handled for a tour this season their verdict that the shooting was un on the great steel bridge over the Ohio Rosedale of the Skin quickly la healthy natural color on last Thursday in three straight heats Among the guests present vtthBest on Earth restored flacct Fnce One Dollar Age ad river at Cairo 111 for the Illinois Central One witness testified that necebsary ai6J 215 216 were From Madison Col Clf Estill Send 10 cts to pay postage for a small trial bottle Ire Twenty Nino Town Lots For Sale This is the third race won since her Kerby said Groves owed him a dollar and Railroad Company although the contract and his niece Mrs Green and Mrs C P Manning Co 170 ClarkStChicagO Mr John W BaMard is reconstructing Messrs Evans Brooks will sell pub- Â¬ start at Cleveland she having won at he askrd him for it that Groves replied does not expire till December 31 The Hamilton Park Kentuckian Sam Campbell residence Gasoline stoves in all sizes and at all licly on September 17th twenty nine valu Â¬ Poughkeepsie and I dont owe you any dollar but d n structure has ten river spans three of Rochester prices from the plainest to the finest at At 1 oclock p m at tfee family reetttewee on Um Big Hill PSfcm itmr them a 19 feet long each two 51S 1 2 feet able town lots one next to Baptist church THJNCOLUMN you Ill give you one and made n mo The rain came Sunday night purposely Susie S could have won at Cleveland 45- Bbbck PiiELrs known as Faulconer lot two lots with but by making sufficiently Fast time IS Hod as If to put his hand in his pocket long and seven spans about 400 feet long U i n hilate the dwt for court day milos from Richmond rest to the highest bidder The Lexington Gazette tells of a couple The steel for the three spans weighs 220 new houses next to Episcopal church win she would BROYNS IRON BITTERS hae barred herself from whereupon Kerby shot him Groves was tons for each of the two spans who are to get married go to Europe and Win Myers received a premium nine lots in Crow addition three in Estill 105 tons Cores lwlinostlon BOkmsness Bjspepela Mala theii8clas at all the succeeding places on his horse and rolled off bridle in hand rte NerroasBa ami Geaentl Debilttv Physi Â¬ en I ome made bonnet at Lexington addition thirteen on I nine street adjoin Â¬ in the circuit She will trot to morrow and attempted to hold the horse At the and for each of tlie seven spans 550 tons spend several months of the honeymoon cians recorajseud U All dealers sell it Genuine a total weight of 68 to tons Thestructure in a villa in Italy baa trade mark and crowed rc4 Uiwa on wrapper ing Fair grounds at Springfield Massachusetts and no second shot Groves felt Kerby then ad- Â¬ B Howard Neales Light HalltooV Mr is fifty three feet above high water mark 9 35 The Hopkins villc South Kentuckian doubt w ill w in That Susie S is the fast Â¬ vanced so close that the flash from the money at the Lexington Fair Colt Show third 6hot powder marked Groves Kerby and 106 1 2 feet above low water mark or published last week a lkt of two hundred est mare in America we have Road horses trotters and runners There will be a colt show at Union no feet above the bed of the river Nine and thirty letters remaining in the post Fr t generally throughout the county doubt What wonders she may finally met Magistrate Woods and talked with 131 shod in any manner desired I have City on the last Saturday in this month consisting of the following described tracts of land stone piers resting upon caissons sunk into office for more than thirty days The s ror sn quality aRd hght in quantity perform can be ascertained only by wait- Â¬ him But somehow Kerby disappeared Just received an extra lot of four year the 28th Premiums will be given by ing and has not been arrested Groves was the sandy bottom of the river to a depth people down there go to the post office old second growth timber for repairing That Madisos is a dandy horse county Elbridge Noland Brooks not armed He has lived at Berea about of seventy feet support the structure only every spring and fall McKinney all binds of wagons All work guar- Â¬ tbe most unreasonable old fogy cant and Wm B Reeves for the best colts one year in the employ of a Lexington Work was begun May 5 I8SS5 and an Live Stock That Pay i A Richmond man was at Livingston anteed at the very lowest prices Shop Â¬ tier by their respective stallions Judges will I gave S150 for a jennet a few years lumber company as measurer and came average of 100 men were constantly em- last week and a train for Knoxville came back of Brookss drug store Containing 586 Acres Abont 10 aeres to go in eorn about 140 aer i ta wdat Respectfully PhSographer Schlegel says he has be selected and premiums awarded in the ago remarked a gentleman of this place from Tennessee Kerby is probably a ployed since that date The approaches along He got aboard and taking seat a An elegant brick reskleoea ami otter noouooary balance all well set hi grass remain now to be built and the immense S L MIDKIFF 8febl y beta overrun with work the past four fairest possible manner the other day and I could not have in- Â¬ native of Glade precinct with his face towards Richmond the train buildings on the land mi It is to be presumed that the Coroner structure will be ready for the cars by the pulled out He was a long way from vested the same amount of money to He Did Up the Entire Lot Advice to Mother UrtWrSELoWsSooTHTNsSTanpilMmMalxax better advantage in any other stock I heard all the testimony that he could find first of the new j ear at the outside Foxtown before he discovered that he was tic used when children are catting teeth It re M- - John B Escort the elegant saddle stallion of Cheaauks roadster eW- According to that testimony which was On Monday evening a special train have sold 400 worth of her colts and heTMtheuUleatuTereratonce HprodaeeenAttual tr - iree years eta gei a bhc inoon at Col O II Chenault was sent across the I have five5 left for which I would not written down and which we have read it from Chicago over the Motion and Louis- not going toward Richmond quiet sleep and the little cherub awulesM bright to taste It country from here last Tuesday night is rery Lexington Fair U While on a vkit to Virginia a Stanford na a trnttoo childItsofteas thepleasantaUaysall pain is a bad case It occurs to us that Squire ville Southern reached Richmond via gums soothes the take 5000 VirriforisiMes to the Lexington Fair Wednesday Contains 209 Acres About 80 acres in corn balauce in Igra la the girl attended an Episcopal service for the regulates the bo WeJ andarisingbest known remedy - P M Pope is is Louisville buying The above remark was made by a Woods ought to have taken Kerby in the K C It consisted of a palace car from teething or for diarrhoea whether Irouee necessary outbuildings etc morning tired and foot sore he entered of goods to SH hk new quarters the ring against thirteen powerful com- Â¬ strictly business man and he was not charge and that he ought to be forthcom- Â¬ sleeper diniij car etc It was the official first time She was much pleased with the other causes Twenty flTe cents a bottle 6 5 talking simply to be heard for he says ing with some good reason why he did train of the Monon and contained acting novelty but wrote her mother she thought ccx ilxir to tlie post oftice petitors and carried ofF the blue ribben Go lo Lalors ash Store for Grocer less about his business than most any not do so President Carson his son Congressman the preacher showed wretched taste by f a bod has a copy of FHsons Hk That takes the cake as well as the ribbon man in the community 4417 Robert R Hitt Mr Nelson and others of appearing in a Mother Hubbard even if ies Col Dennett Young Interior Journal t oi Kentucky for sale apply at this Chicago Col Bennett Young Judge the weather vas warm A prominent farmer of Hits county New Doctor Get your clothes ready for the laun- Â¬ Container 561 Acres of which 1021 seres is laud Uk corn 50 Mfee fer wheat T c and receive a good price Col Young has had some novel exper- Â¬ During the State Teachers Assocation dry tf Dr A E Aultz of Charleston W tells us that he had 400 ewes and now ience during his career but none more Rkhzrds and Mr Cromwell of Louisbilauce well set iu grr s Comfortable dwelling M- W E Luxon the weM known Va arrived in Richmond last week and since selling 2159 worth of lambs and interesting than the one which hap- Â¬ ville Mr Hitt represents the Sixth recently held at Winchester Prdf Joseph Tornado and Accident Insur- Â¬ Illinois district in Congress is a large Desha Pickett State Superintendent of Fire He thinks ner will supply the Berea Fair has located for the practice of medicine wool he has 391 ewes left c pened at Lexington Saturday Col 7 32 and surgery lie has secured an office in sheep are the most profitable stock that Young was a prisoner of war at Camp stockholder in the Monon and with other Public Iustruction was a guest of the ance writleu by Powell t sorrow next day and Saturday stock in his charge has a controlling inReee House of which his old schoolmate the palatial Burnam building next to the he can handle QIADAM SCOTT tells Past Douglas during the rebellion When he terest The party were met with carriages Major Chester E Rees is G- James S Runyen wilt sell all hk Hotel Glyndon At present he is stop Â¬ proprietor 9S1 Aeres Seventy five acres for wheat balance hi moaifcwr went in he carried a small Bible with him at the depot by gentlemen connected with rc cna property and rent his farm on ping at the Garnett House- - Dr Aultz is There is not a more venerable and dignifi- Â¬ Present and Fnture Events Contains Physicians and this Was taken from him in prison the R N I e B and escorted to Madi ed looking man in the State than Prof of this month See notice a gentleman of splendid physique and Since our last report five other physi by Tames llickey a soldier May be consulted at any hour He prized son Club where they were entertained at Pickett with his long flowing white hair cians have registered With the County the Bible very much as it had been pre- Â¬ C open next doubtless well up in his profession ral I nwerrity will Main Street supper and called upon by various mem- Â¬ and beard Major Rees is scarcely less Rooms at 422 Clerk under the medical practice act sented to him by his parents when he bers of the Club The recent visit of GenW csJaySept nth and k is thought 5- venerable in appearance than Prof PickConnty Conrt Day G W Evans Ri B Combs Ci C Chris- Â¬ went out lo fight for the Confederacy -- t en unusually large number of pupils Contains 1S Aeres One hundred and twenty aeree tor wheat bateaee to Mee eral Carson will be recalled Hk mission ett It has so long been the habit of his Auctioneer Z E Bush repoits a large topher II Clay Jasper J W Black Donelson has a quantity of new sul- Â¬ j j tie present Col Young was standing at the then was to inspect the line of the R N friends to say Major Rees that many of kies surries and buggies of the nevest crowd in town and a quantity of stock on There are now thirty four practicing Phoenix Hotel in Lexington Saturday B with a view to leasing it and that them did not know hk given name I I Macley is removing his barber shop the market There was a general good physicians in the couBty and as there are aud most popular patterns and at very afternoon when Private Hickey advanced was the business of the party Monday When the Prof and the Major sat down reasonable figures ie Hotel Glyndon and will convert reeling but not much trade 5- About 100 nbout 27000 people in the couuty there saluted and presented the Colonel with evening Mr Hitt who is a wealthy J hop into a nrbt class dining room cattle on the market selling at 2 to One hundred aerea in wheat balance hi 24 it one physician to every eight hundred the Bible which he had kept for over a man and lives in one of the finest portions together and chatted happily about their Mr J E Dyked has an abundance Contains 124 acrn J slaurant boyhood days in Mason county calling cents Five yokes oxen at 70 to Sj per Irsons or one to every one hundred and quarter of a century It made the Colo- Â¬ of Illinois says that the country from each other Joe and Chcs it was de Â¬ of ice for sale aud will deliver it every M V II WilKams nel as happy as the opening of the new here to Louisville is certainly one of the of Alcorn Tack- - yoke the lowest I ever saw them sell in sixty families gjkWAll ths above lands lie on or near the Bis Hill pike within 4- cidedly amusing to younger people To morniug In any part of the city This at a glance looks like a big thing railroad into Lexington Had he not county was liere this week and this market Twenty broke mules fno finest he ever saw He 6hould be a com- Â¬ hear Major Rees with the grandeur of Special rates will be given 00 family three to five miles of Richmond t- a stock of goods He is a boss to 170 A few nice horses 100 to 130 for Jhe doctors but people are by doctors built the railroad he probably would never petent judge having traveled extensively B eighty years about him called Ches washing by the steam laundry tf as they are by newspapers a great many have met Mr Hickey He took- - the ant up there and resided in Europe There seems to simply took the socks off of everything in Let The Good Work Proceed of them dont take medicine any more Bible and when he went up to Nicnolas be no doubt that our new railroad will be the neighborhood Nice country lard and meat of all nd to think of the M Newton an aged lady of Lcxing--Ine- r The effort by Dr Barbour to secure than they lake papers As there are about ville yesterday and went to church with t n -of Mr Win Newton for funds for a solar compass and other in Â¬ 5500 families and only two newspapers his father he had the old Bible along and leased by the Monon as rapidly as built great educator and foreign traveled Pro kinds new honey milk shake and ol this place and cousin of Mr struments necessary to the complete edu- Â¬ eich paper is entitled to 2750 subscribers no doubt it inspired him to say his pray- Â¬ and that before another year Richmond fessor as plain Joe1 was better than a cheap croquet sets at A H Lalors will be on a grand trunk line from Chi Â¬ circus 44 17 But after all we dont know of LJU iand died last week cation and training of civil engineers is to say nothing of those who would take ers more fervently Louisville Post a Withic a quarter of a mile of the limits of Rfehraond eantatog MO A cago to Beattyville The line will be ex- Â¬ two younger men ot their age than receiving strong encouragement The both papers but they dont show up that LADIES Lt somebody bay the vacant lot next Col Young was wined and dined at tended through to Norfolk paralleling the acres for wheat and balance well set In grass Two goed tominoi Ches and Joe Needing a tonic or children that irant buiklins tj k Baptist church on Main street requisite amount except about 100 has way on the books Lexington on Saturday above mentioned up sheckl take -- 9 Chesapeake and Ohio and the Big Four Â¬ Â¬ All of the above lands are in a high state of cultivation BROWNS IKON BITTERS sThere are Dr Tanners in both medi- and was the biggest man in town The Norfolk to Chicago an opera house on k It is been secured A few more liberal indi Prepared by a combination propor- Â¬ It is pleasaat to take cures Materia ImHscs- viduals to the rescue Central University cine and news as well as in food All dealers keep it UoB and Biliousness SLcanl lot on Main street I next Monday he was burned in effigy at tion and process peculiar to Itself Terras made known on day of Renting should furnish engineers to all Eastern Harrodsburg A great big difference It Editor McCarty of the Irvine Eagle Hoods fc orsapaiilla accomplishes enres M Thomas P Dudley Jr left on Kentucky here NANCY TRIBBLE Executrix was Bonaparte who said Will Do Whats Right About It Id rather be was in on Saturday and said that work hitherto unknown It I a- - for Rochester New York w here was progress on five Three Forks camps first in Switzerland than second in Concerning the location of Schwein T D CHENAULT I - a s tudj in the Theological Seminary Coal Yard Sold Executors RELIGIOUS We dont mean to reflect on in Estill county One camp is located furth near Richmond by the Louisville France ALEX TRIBBLE G Taylor Rich- Â¬ It -- J Cl himself for the Baptist ministry at the mouth of Millers Creek one at John The Richmond Coal Co Forman Mr Spotswoods town Tulh of which we made mention last Dr Henderson has so far recovered mond Ky each end of Cow Creek gap one on Mr carries im- Â¬ Stone have sold their coal yard includz 70 the popular stallion of T S week the editor of that paper writes Thomas Kings farm several miles thk tom hte recent injury that he was able to mense stocks of Salt Lime ing live stock wagons c to Mr T S C Louisville Aug 29 iSSg i Co made a record of 227 Bronston The price is 3200 The side of the river and one near Little fill hk pulpit on last Saturday RENT PRIVATELY z the best Lexington Fair last week with all Cement and Editor Qimax Rock Thk last named place k on yard is located between Letchers ware Dr Henderson will preach his last 1- and can do a good deal better than I gather from the current issue of Tub Machinery and Im- Â¬ Drowning Creek east of Speedwell Wiggins planing house and Eason sermon at the Methodist church next Climax that we were in error in locating UNTIL plements Sulkies Gear and Mr McCarty says that the road coming Sunday morning at n oclock miH on G street and is new having been the Mt Zion of the new Christ at or near Indications point to north Third street from Beattyville will enter Irvine next Groceries in As Executor of James Rayburu WEDNESDAY SEPf 4 1889 One oftlie most conspicuous crayons opened last spring the best will Richmond Mr Bronston I am very sorry that that as Conference will convene at Park Kj deceased I will sell pnWicly to the to the river passing between Park the site for the new depot a ic Lexington Fair was a portrait of keep the usual variety of coals and de- Â¬ mistake should have brcn made and it Wednesday morning September nth at the market highest bidder on For a term of three years the well Humes livery stable and the upper ferry 41- Mr Charles Waller late of this place liver to all parts of town Lexington is twenty miles nearer Louis- Â¬ will afford me great pleasure to set old Bishop Wilson of Baltimore farm of the late Hugh A Mofa 9 oclock and runs through the stable that stands Z crjbody mistook K for a picture of September 6U1 1889 known Friday of some Richmond straight in the matter Under ville since the completion of the Louk nearly opposite Humes bears to the presiding In The High Courts Talmage Ro Dr the circustances your reference to the ar- Â¬ ville Southern the farm situated near Shearer Station right running immediately back of the The fall meeting of the Christian The cases from Madison county in the ticle was more than provoked and I must on Kentucky Central Railroad Madi G L Austin dealer in and reftnkher The first train passed through Cum Shepherd House and paralleling Main churches in Madison and Estill counties Court of Appeak are set for hearing as thank you for the dignified and genteel son connty Ky containing cf second hand furniture at 106 East follows berland Gap Tuesday This gives the L street until it reaches Mr John Parks will be held with Station Camp church on Tuesday October 15th Gooch manner in w hich you have asked a cor- Â¬ Remaining unclaimed in the Post- Main street asks your attention to hk an Na new entrance into Knoxville residence bears to the left and crosses Friday and Saturday before the 4U1 Ofllce nt Richmond Ky week ending vs Benge and Green vs Green Satur- Â¬ Seven miles Southwest of Richmond rnccment in to days Climax He day October 19th Dunns Trustees vs rection September 3rd 1SS0 O will have an excursion the river just above the lower ferry The Lords day in September The C Dwelling tenant on Silver Creek Plc sc say to your people that Truth tAs excellent work railroad then parallels the turnpike run- Â¬ Mack Maggie Ballew Irene train to Old Point Comfort Thursday of McAlpine Co liouses barns fencing and laud all in The Mayslkk Baptkt church which Baity Miss May will gladly make all befitting acknowl- Â¬ is bounded by the lauds of general excellent condition Martin Joe Said farm One hun Â¬ In the Superior Court the following edgements in the matter and believe me next week Sept 12th at 10 the round ning on the South side until Kings place celebrates is centennial thk fall has- re Biox Miss Mattie Masonheiroer J F Mr Samuel Shearer Jr as adminktra Press Smith Wm Harberand Dr Me I dred aeres will be allowed In eorn is reached which k halfway between the trip Broch Miss Febhie Millwr Miss Mattie Guire aud Is the same owned by Jas about 300 acres iu wheat or other smalt i ol James Ray burn will on Friday cases were et for last Monday September detr sir with much fraternal respect soU ed to raise a memorial fund to be styled last named ferry and the point where tlie Ray burn at the time of his death grain It will be reused as a whole la Sr onber Oth sell nwWicly 158 acres of 2nd Crcekmore vs the Commonwealth The Cow Creek gap case between the turnpike crosses the creek into Madison the Centennial Memorial of the Mays Cain Mrs Mattie 2 Miller J F Very Truly Yours ChenaultMios LizzieMonaco Felk Del There is upon the premises two parts as divided by Silver Creek arJ lj ng on Otter Creek near Shearer LTramel vs Fanners National Bank lick Baptist Church The fund is to be David Davis Three Forks and the L C Si V is set county At Kings Ben H Ridgely Nesbitt T T the railroad passes in three or la four parts as divined by SlaUon K C See ad Editor of the Truth for next Saturday in the Estill Circuit through a tunnel leaving the turnpike given to ueorgetown College and to re- Â¬ Davis Wm H Potts R P Houss turnpike roads and the ereek The Mineral Specimens Good Miss Ida J Reeves L fund the interest only Fernleaf Court outside feaeing and that on the ptke and goes to the left across the coun- Â¬ main a perpetual lr George Mjers has rented out his Miss Sarah Elmore has receh ed from Green Henry col Taylor Milly Hogs and Corn an all ot stone will be kept la repair at and all necessary outbuildings two cottages in Parrkh addition one to her nephew Mr Corry Elmore of Silver J temporary bridge across the river try to Little Rock There will be only tobe used for the purpose of education The Goodwin J Turner Annie lite expense of the estate everlasting spring in yard Inquiry among the farmers on Monday at the mouth of Tates creek is up and one tunnel between Richmond and Irvine Carlisle Mercury Harris Miss Milly Turner W F Mrs Myers of Mason county and the City New Mexico a box of ores including Persons wlto wish to rent ealline at made known on day of sale tlte farm or upon me at Whites Sta Â¬ Terms James Miss Eliza oUcr to Mr Wm Cornetison of tlie gold silver copper and zinc Also quartz 6hows that the market prices of hogs and material for the permanent bridge is being a distance of twenty mites That is QUERRY ABOUT BLYTIIE 10 oclock A M Sale at Post Office hours from 6 a 31 to 7 tion will be shown over the place or wonderful when compared with the six Paace store coral and other minerals A beautiful corn are materially irregular throughout carried over SAML SHEARER Jk Exr registered letter aptMi notice I will meet then at the A member of the I O I on being ir Money order and to ti Near Kirksyille recent the county It Kentucky Central between Shear- Â¬ Z E Bcsir Auctioneer inkstand made ol those various ores fasten Â¬ hours prompt 7 A Jr Col Bennett Young says he thinks the on the farm Also any information desired i m Gov McCreary has occupied the same interrogated concerning the member furnished by mail I invite hMs la ed together in cement is conspicuous in sals of hogs are reported at 4 50 to 5 people of Lexington will build the nine er and Elkin a distance of three mites J B WILLIS m la- - office for twenty four years which is fchip of Blythe the assassin of Colonel About Union City 425 to 475 In the writing until the date named by mail 3ECctxxca the collection miles of road to tap the Richmond line at a longer period than any other lawyer at or otherwise It will be Beeeseary tnat Jones replied that Blythe was not only western portion of the county 425 to PERSONAL Mr Elmore left thk county years ago mouth of Tates Creek persona bidding name the seenrMies t Richmond bar has continued in the expelled without any action of the SHEEP and for a time vras thought to have disap Â¬ 410 At Doylesville thirty hogs sold they propose to give Mrs Nancy Tribble is in Montgomery order but was excluded immediately sac office The Kentucky river touches every last week at 4 while other parties were peared If not rented on the dale named the holding for 5 Further up Muddy Creek county tojehed by the Richmond Nicho county on hearing and knowing that he had place will some day after that dale he Ther has been a great increase in gas Â¬ I have TWELVE HUNDRED TENthe price seemed to be only 4 At lasville Irvine and Beattyville road and The Weather rented publicly of which like pnMfe Col I Shelby Irvine and wife are in violated both the moral and the civil consumers within the past month and the Can Thou shall not NESSEE SHEEP for sale miles be I BUY AND SELL 8ECOND HAND notice will be given law which says gas works have made extensive im Capt J Speed Smith President of the Speedwell the range was 450 to 55 it is not at all improbable that the name the East east seen any time until sold six K Ii BRTSCIT Kentucky steal The order emphasizes the of Richmond on Speedwell pike provements There k now an entire Commercial Club has made arrange- Between Speedwell and Richmond 450 will shortly be changed to the Miss Mollie Fife attended the Phoenix 11 12 Whites Station Ky River Route statement by publishing it 12 13 H H COLYER ments with the signal service bureau at to 5 About Brookstown 450 Boones absence of sulphur in the gas Stores hotel hop Carpets Furniture Done by order of the Unity Lodge N will Louisville to have Capt S H Stone tel- Â¬ borough and Combs Ferry S450 to 475 After September 1st the L Lb Cooley a bad Garrard county man egraphed all changes in tlie weather like Â¬ A Richmond man received a telegram Prof Cfcland has returned and is ready Ko 132 1 O I It pay its passenger conductors no instead Also sell these articles ou commfeeion who is in jail in Richmond for carrying ly to effect the tobacco or other growing from a neighboring county offering a lot of 100 per month as now On no road for the University to open Sale and Kcntiiig concealed weapons k likely to spend the crops offer was declin- Â¬ in and Capt Stone will dkplay the ofliogs at 425 but the the country are faithful services more Mr A Trigg Moss of Atlanta visited Gen James B Runyon will 011 Sep Â¬ remainder ot the summer here as two flags from the new building next to the ed Several good judges thought hogs appreciated than on this great thorough- Â¬ Mr J Stone Walker last week tember 2otbBell all his personal prop- Â¬ other similar cases are preferred against Hotel Glyndon Farmers and others in- Â¬ would drop to S400 while others thought fare Stanford Journal OF A NEW OF FURNITURE REFIHISHED Prof O A Kennedy returned on erty farmlug implements household the price would settle at 450 The Climax received a card last terested would do well to watch the cold Co Nashville and Thursday from the summers outing McDonald Shea Â¬ and kitchen furniture and at same Considerable cholera is reported throughweek stating that Prof Hughes and wife wave flag when in town and notify and UPHOLSTERING done in the Hoise Fin Knoxville Tenn have been awarded a Lot Mrs Col Sanders of Garrard is visit Â¬ time will rent to the highest bidder his their neighbors taking some troub out the county most artistic style vjJJ give entertainments at Union City contract for the completion of the Char- Â¬ ing her sister Miss Lizzie Wherritt 12 14 place of 105 acres home The price of new corn throughout the 2 J College Hill but as the card was not le upon themselves to do so as they can s tSTBest of reference and rates rea Â¬ leston Cincinnati and Chicago railroad Â¬ G L AUSTIN thus be of mutual benefit to each other county ranges from ft 00 to 150 acsonable c g icJ it went to the waste basket Mr Robert H McCreary attended the Miss Carrie Forman will continue to Read between Marion N C and Minneapolis Â¬ cording to location water and other conAND 106 East Main Street 12 15 As Exeoulrlx of D B WHIfe deÂ¬ Lexington Fair hop Tuesday evening givglessonsou the piano at her home remarks on anonymous letters eke in protecting their crops Va The work will cost 2000000 siderations ceased I will sell to the bhheat and 2d 407 W Main street from Sept where in this issue best bidder on Misses Mary and Elise Bennett have No A Booster It is now virtually settled that the new 1SS9 Terms 500 per month Real Estate Trnsfers front July loth to railroad will run on the north side of town gone to school at Ann Arbor Michigan O wng to ill health CapU R B Terrill W T Baldwin who is now located in 11 12 THURSDAY SEPT 26th 1889 m September 1st 18S9 l zs made an assignment Passing back of Dr Evanss residence it On last Wed Oklahoma is visiting hk friends at thk Dr R E L Barlow of Louisville is The new Steam Laundry Co have Wm H Bogie to lames M Long 13 will cross Third street just beyond Bron among his old friends here for a short rcclaj he turned over all hk property td place He was among the number who -- AT the following described property r cetermined to put the price of work Jlr J Stone Walker for the benefit ofhis took advantage oftlie lands git en away acres 146 Wm II Bogie to Sidney stons pond Second street just beyond stay ONE NEW down so low that everybody can afford cc J tors all of whom will be paid doHar in this new territory and got 160 acres of Long 12 acres 133 R T Long to J A Col Moberleys small pond go near Mr Miss Gibson of Somerset who was to have their work done there as cheap- Â¬ for dollar Capt Terrill has been good land on which he built a store and Rosti io acres S512 50 H C Hargk J W Prattlers residence cross the K C visiting Mrs Ellen Gibson has gone ly as elsewhere Special rates given ia bad health for tcverxl years k doing a thriving business He says the to J J Shilling 75 acres SS75 James M track at the Four Mile dirt road and pass home on family washing tf Griggs 13 acres 250 out north of the Fair grounds Griggs to D C As receiver in the case of the Farm- Â¬ Wm E Tabb died Monday August reports sent out by the press of so much t r ci i r Miss Phoebia May Miller spent last you want to buy a sulky surrey ers1 National Bank aud others against blood shed arc all untrue and predicts for If Work on the Kentucky Union Railway containing 10 ACRES now eeenpted 2 1SS9 at Dover Mason county of an week in Lexington and attended the hop buggy or carriage call on Doueleou W B White I will ou i6o Robert L Breck to J S Oklahoma one of the finest wheat pro- acre by Joun Arnold ami situated immedi- Â¬ is progressing rapidly and by November aSetUon of the heart aged about 65 years ately ou the turnpike and within one for he has the latest best and cheapest ducing sections in America Jessamine Bogjs 1 acre 528 Robert L Breck to 1st it is said trains will be running from at Jackson hall THE Deceased was the father of I F Tabb half mile or Kirksville Madison eena 5- Journal J Stone Walker 5 acres 1200 T s Lexington into the heart of the rich coal Mr E D Ballard wife and daughter and Mrs F W Bassett of this city who ty Ky- - Also Mobsrley to Sam Collins 16 acres 150 fields or Eastern Kentucky The K U returned on Wednesday from a years Mr Baldwin was a brother of Col L Powell represents Ten of the largest wc e notified Saturday of his dangerous grand son of Total amount of consideration 375450 seems to be heading for a connection with ktay in the West Fire Insurance Companies and writes condition and were at his bedside when D Baldwin deceased and TOWN LOTS tlie late Lewis Eades of this county Western which it will the Norfolk Mills Stores Dwelling4 Stables and offer at public sale at the store house he died Mt Sterling Gazette Mrs Benton and daughters of Arkan Berea College to E Robinson Berea probably reach by going through the of No 1 FRESH IaAND lylWK en the 7 32 of said White in Richmond Ky his Deceased was a member of the firm of Slarriage License For July and August saw and Miss Cook of St Louis arc Live Stock at Lowest Rates So Stephen D Parrish to G B Miller tame pike in sight of Kkkavme Tfiia ENTIRE 8T0CK as a wholecouslst Breaks of Sandy instead of Stone Gap visiting at Mr Ht C Hargiss Talb Bros formerly of thk place will be sold as a whole or in two Wiggins to ingof A Good Appetite A Benge to Mariah Hazel wood Richmond 170 Parrish fames Lexington Transcript mm parcels Also Mig6 Daisy Hart of Richmond k visit Â¬ Isaac K Hall to Nancy Stafford Albert Jno Rymell c Richmond 250 Parrish 2188 Acres or Land to Rent EWlHG Is essential to good health but at this Ready Hade Clothing Squire H Hunt and Judge L H ing the Misses Heacox on East Third W ggins to E M Huguely Richmond Pauley to Emma Roberts Wm Barnes season it is often lost owing to the im T morrowthe superior lands of the Commissioners of the Sinking Fund Hats and Caps Trunks tijr Alexander Tribble wfti be rented to Susan Ann O Crcekmore Thos Ross 150 S D Parrish to N B Deathcrage Jones Saturday to Consider the character street this week Lexington Transcript poverty or impurity of the blood deto Nannie Wheeler Jno F Million to Richmond 3500 Parrish Wiggins to met i cc adtertkement for foH particulars Miss Sallie Dillingham of Platte City rangement of the digestive organs bonds to be issiied concerning the 7 Cows 7 Calves 1 Bull 2 Horses Gents Furnishing Goods Josie B ODonnell Wade Thompson to Mattie A White Richmond 250 J S of the Mo who spent the summer with her and ths weakening effect pf the chang Mares 75 Shoats 10 Sows 1 Reaper 1 Cunningham to Collins Accident Phelps SFOall and sec him next door to Mower Spring Wagon Lot of Clover c to Parrish Cunningham 00000 subscription voted In aid of the uncle Mr II B Dillingham has gone ing fceason Hoods Sarsaparllla is a Jno Sallie Kentucky Union road seven bonds of Hay about 86 Aeres of Cam m tho The horse of D- - Poyntz scared whrle Lavinia E Cunningham Robt Moores to Richmond 1600 Richmond Gas Light Post Offlcei wonderful medicine for creating an Also on the following MONDAY tooo each will be made payable each home Field Chenault Richmond 52 51 tanJing at tlie depot Friday and ran Florence Cornelkon W H Moores to Co to Collins appetite inning the digestion and brif r UMi5ttK ltfia j wm sell one the remaining I The marriage of Miss Dorsey Stanton Bale to begin at 10 ooteek a an Tae doctor and hk wife were thrown out to Hannah Bryant J F Harrison to S580 JJBrooKs to G W Evans Rich year for fourteen years and These bonds giving strength to the whole system yenrllrig following year Terms easy and wilt be made known daughter of Maj H T Stanton to Mr Now is to Lucy mond 650 Jno Farley to J S Collins two the c the buggy and both hurt the time to take it Be sure to He has been Mary E Johnson John Turner on day of cale For any tartber par Â¬ Winches Dorsey of Indiana will give the lady a will bear five per cent interest 1200 Jno Farley to W L Bruce Winkler to Justena Richmond ticulars apply to J B Simmons Kicks in bed ever since but she has recovered I Carpenter get Hoods Sarsaparilla 2t ter Democrat singular name Dorsey Dorsey ville or W L Creieher at Madison Hcndrix Geo W Pigg to Nancy E Kin Farley Richmond love and affection R By Harry OFalloa out of Pearliue by National Bank- - RJebmood Ky She Was Completely Cured Winchester Fair W N Sinoot was in town Saturday Allroitn to John Allman Richmond Soo Trurapmgtoti dred David Vincent to Alice Carrier Mr B L Million wife and little MRS SALLIE E WILLIS Col ONeal formerly of thisplace late Jessie Newby to Nancy Perkins A daughter of my customer Buffered Jameti H Allman to John Allman Rich Â¬ and received a message trom J W Fer- Â¬ daughters Bulah and Eloise left on the Kseentrtx thorough course in 10 15 TERMS The above sale will be Havinc taken of Pans now of Winchester was here mond tooC D Chenault fo E For Â¬ guson one of the Directors of the Ken- Â¬ 29th for Colorado Springs accompanied from suppressed menstruation and her made on a credit of three months with Kindergarten under vMIsa Adams of colored Saturday on his tour of the Blue grass health was completely wrecked At interest from day of sale purchasers ijexingionii wm open 4300 E Forman to C tucky Midland at Paris which said the by J B March and sister Lucy Joe Finnell to Louiza Mason Howard man Richmond my suggestion she Used one bottle of being required to give notes with ap Â¬ region advertising the Winchester Fair White to Elba Martin Samuel Tcvk to D cihenault Richmond 10750 John road would tje finished to Paris in Sep Â¬ proved security Said Receiver re Â¬ Mr Joe Giunchigliana of the firm of would Immediately be put tember and October 1st 2nd 3rd and 4th Tlie Col- - Molly Fry Samuel Gentry to Agnes Benntitt to J S Collins Richmond 2 Bradfleld Female Regulator which serves the right to reject any or all bids On Monday September 9 89 fS Dinelli Co has gone to visit his cured her ontl carries a quantity of cards posters Morning George Bailey to Paltie Green oooJD Dykes lo M A Stephenson under contract n Bath The road will J W HEiXTrr John L Baxter has few olegat new a school at my home on Third Street JAS R BURNA5I Receiver home in Italy and it is said that he Wiggins to be built ovektneline surveyed all reports old Water Valley Mi8 A large and wel venfilated room will eottsgets in a geed notghboriuait i other requisites for liU work He k Louk Walker to Lucy Estill Shep Gib Â¬ Richcond 275 Parrish will bring bck with hun a handsome N B If the nbove goods are not be built especially for this purpose rtnt He le also my agent for the eol to the contrary notwithstanding and it jfrlfe The Bradficfd Reg Co At Â¬ 225 Parrish Louis Martin to Jno fodd Richmond eai ing no stone unturned by his magic son to Ellen White sold aa a whole they wHl be offered for For further Information apply to will be built In due time IfMt Sterling Juliet Wiggjhs to M Pierce Richmond lanta Ga for particulars Sold by sale sentirslelyv and and if the Fair is not a 1 uccess it Lizzie Rodes Jerry Clay to Susie Gertin 250 leetlon ef all ay rents J B B Miss LOULA Mrs White of luntsvtlle Alabama wants to bu1M a branch to North Middle- 12 15 12 1 all druggists Total 25730 w1 not be hk fault Richard Gibber to Nannie Embry 2S0N Third Street U WfeVAS IMS Â¬ THE CLIMAX Gone to Lexington l Rev C P Williamson and nmily haiL removed to Lexington That point s more convenient for the Professor tie having accepted the position as canvasser for Kentucky University He will con- Â¬ tinue to preach in Richmond at least for a time OiF Â¬ FINE BLUE GRASS LMD -- Eam ie - scJ 2188 ACRES THE HOME PLACE THE TEKRIIX FARM ytm Â¬ acti THE TRIBBLE PEACE Â¬ Â¬ THE RAYBimitf LAND THE ESTILL PLACE i Â¬ I Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ THE BALLEW PLACE -- m rr THE MILLER PLACE 1 liij Â¬ Â¬ Farm Hair il lineof ISSTTERS Â¬ lrnnrann mm JuftUHiaUrLHNU A Dwelling 4 4 1 -- -- r r FOR SALE Second FURNITURE HOUSE 1 Â¬ Â¬ d -- CLOTHING d ii i hm cr kMik flii NEW SIFT HOME - I PUBLIC OUTCRY P M POP C SL Frame House ani Lot Â¬ BIT 11 j I EBEATED 260 ACRES MCHlHb Â¬ 4 BROKE MULES Ml Â¬ Â¬ TJaorougJabred Â¬ mm- Pilly KI1ERC AHTEI AEfiGYlfGTIQE j Slv J0g9mB v 3mE id bronston J- - if spjpssjr- - When we havo cold we are la Habits and Custom Which Aro War De html the Times fear when wo have none we aro in This plant is tho ficus elastica of I know of few more picturesque fonger botanists and although tolerably well situations fcr a city than that of Mad Â¬ Flattery Is a sort of bad monoy to GRASS known as greeu houso window or rid Lying at aa olovatlon of about gives currency rub- Â¬ 2500 feet abovo tho lovel of the soa which our vanity decorative plant at tho principal Locke av wyritT iS 1 Think Carefully and buy from us ber stores it has not so very early a and in tho neighborhood of a range of Give work rathor than alms to the Roirte 6w Cen- Slii history having been Introduced in Eu- Â¬ mountains which even in summer 2 Decide Wisely The Beat ia tb ChenjraBt t hi mtU to AU 1uiotaipi rope in 1815 It is a native of tho East are crowned with snow tho capital of poor The former drives out indo reply Burke r t Wt and Sooth wot Indlas Tho plant bolongs to tho fig Spain is partly encircled by tho ro Â¬ lonce tho latter Industry 3 Act Immediately Whon Bargains ares Offered so I have often said Tho three essentials to human i Und I doan come In der house vhon famUy all of which exclude whon mantic Manzanares which flows close -4 Work Diligently Until You Reaeh O r Plwi 216 W 31 happinoas aro something to do some- Â¬ TiNrBrrwiEv wounded a milky juice with of course he rains may pe to tho city walls thing to love and something to hope a fig for fruit this one boing about tho 5 Doal Honestly Is Our Motto Well whnt is itr Madrid is rapidly divesting itself of for- I beat a schwindlor py his own siro of a cherry and not edible There its Moorish character and three A man is judged by his guceesd In 7 Investigate Thoroughly If You Do Not Kmk Ca aro not loss than eighty known species fourths of tho city have already asÂ¬ gamo hal ha ha S jr I2tk ISS8 ia EcVot distributed ovor a largo part of the sumed an essentially modern aspect life and his success is often measured It isnt possible 8 Buy Frequently If You WohW P1is XJs by tho amount of monoy he has j Yos she vhas Sergeant You vhas tropical world No 2 No 4 No This is especially truo of tho heart of Texas Sittings SOUi 0 Sell Reasonably Ilaa Ever Been Our Aim Nl Kx num tetlr- - iNh Tho India rubber tree in its native tho cindad always down on me You peliof I the square known as Tho church bolle in the choir vhas an idiot you spoak dot Iought fields attains the sizo of our sycamoro Puerta del Sol where ton streets and 10 PAY PROMPTLY Is Our Earnest Reqtwrt uiaHL fctoaai Hon pa Ii-to haf somo guardians oafar mo und growing chiofly among decomposed all tho tramway lines meet and whence often brings moro people to church 1 fcoo pat 94 pai tfct Boston rocks and vogotablo matter ovor tho they diverge in difforont directions liko than tho boll in the steeple you make mo feel bad Howofor I i iiKIi lvc ia 917 pa 400PM Follow the TEN COMMANDMENTS they wHl nWiiMtely K7 Inv IMH in ia ioj fa ia show you dot I vhas no ohildrcns I declivities of mountains It grows so many arteries The importance of Commercial Bulletin At aria tttoaa iuipa Sc topa Fools with bookish knowledge are ra touching the river at a point op-Â¬ goes down py dor Third Street depot very rapidly wheu young reaching it this square lies in tho fact that it is rr pa almtii uuMi iijj to success and and niakt us liappy J posite the navy yard Here helived yesterday to wait for dot Toledo train is said to tho hoight of twenty four tho heart of Madrid and tho renter of children with edged wcaponsj they aa r is r n lunia W- - - pa fa in elegant leisure having about a hun- Â¬ und pooty soon a stranger comes opp feet in four years and with a trunk a its traffic Hero are situated tho prin- Â¬ hurt thoingplvos nnd put others in Arr Mrfcaai a i ja pa foot in diameter The woll known cipal govornmont building3hotels res- Â¬ pain The half learned is more dan r Air Iiiil pai dred slaves and to digress for a mo- - to me und says 4 pa Air ntot TnrtTlt flit Tattn a nn J cftlt caa niu India rubber is tho product of this taurants and cafes It is horo that gorous than the slmploton Zimmer- Â¬ Hollo Smith how you vhas v I pa jrle A marvel t i4AttaNMtu This tree as found in India but in South Madrilonlans and oxtranjeras rendez- Â¬ man jiiire nome a row 01 graves irom wmca are vhas all right partly nvniii retr- w ioiieiio aiifi Arr IXaaamTj jx p Wwwmtoil I him Hi- uolluary klMtfc and- pointed out the particular resting America there aro several troes from vous to gossip and politicians congre- Â¬ A boy who wont take as big a bite How vhas farming this year DKaLXKS IX t miM ih rotMpelitrfMi wlh llr millnNiwi which it is obtained but tho chief gate to discuss and settle the affairs of as ho can from another boys npplo Is tttM4e Worry good f tew lM MHrt weight mImo ami places of some more distinguished than in cn Vhas your wheat and hojrs and Amorican trco is tho Jatropha elastica the nation N ITIiauCXI all y KkHmii Kxsun Kiv i Kakin ivmnrKlo UK Vali tiMt their companions for humble virtues Tho rostaurants and cafes disguising his real feeling nnd should ALL KINDS OK HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE The name India rubber camo from aro very large but not so ologant aa bo narrowly watched lost ho might One is remembered as the colored turnips all right New Y k WOODEN WARE HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS tho discovery that tho article was use- Â¬ thoso of either Paris Berlin Wicn or mako a sudden grab and run off with 1 i mammy1 of a person since raised to i She vhas Uvuiptau tm m 1 fter a io j ia eminence whilo another is revered for Fo ful to remove marks of the ordinary Soma nor is tho coffee as good but tho whole Amorican Hobrow How vhas all dor folks in t alnn l ac4j aw Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Tools and Material lead pencil and is mentioned by Dr tho chocolate and sherbet are most an intimacy with several family gonor Whatever mitigates tho woes or dunk J v ITJ M44u j- 1 40 aa - f jmOiijer ALL KINDS ot METAL ROOFING and GUTTERINf ations This young man possessed xrtosiiy in ins worn on perspective deli0lous Tbero aro no newspapors increases tho happiness of othors is a All wolL A K ajaaMl 5 Sa of case and affluence was a boon com- Â¬ Dot vhas good Say Smith I like printed in 1770 as having just been n 3 t tho l tltnlJ tho customers just criterion of righteousness One o p a 6 oa 11 FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS PLOWS panion of John Howard Payne Vrhoso to ubo 10 right avhay Horo vhas a uivuut IV Ills llUUCU Art WtMCni Mar 1UU X11U1UIJS UI of thesedifferent places of resort but should not quarrel without a reason Bp A - -- V 4 i 7San J dust has since become so soared Tho 30 check on der bank oop town Gii America gave the nnme cahuchu to the any ono can buy the local sheets at the sufficient to vindicate one through all HAY RAKES WHEELBARROWS 4 pa lartwafrw jm 7 00 am Dr Pierco GoWTi Medical Dlscovcrr I j5 pa 8 s an 4 pm the only medicine of its ciaas that is punr-is old home still stands as It then stood mo der 10 and take der check und hardened juice and from this our door whore there is generally a small tho courts of morality FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC1 I - in an Eden bower oa the bank of tho I meot you nt der bank In an ljour 4 I word caoutchouc is derived a sojia nkaia y 1 pa However good you may be you news stand Most of tho Spanish 10 ueaeiii or euro Ia Kallil ta aa k00 pa The milk from which the rubber is dailies sell nt one cant but thoy con Â¬ have faults howover dull ycu may be river and hereunder a venerable And you gave him the money 4MrtnsiaMi 30pm 6J5 pa Ian nil diseases for which is recommended or o an 7 o pm P made is extracted by making incisions tain very little of interest to foreignÂ¬ you can find out what somo of them LOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET AND YOU WILL FIND US Omiiaiii tree sitting on a rustic seat that on Yes money oaid for It through tho bark to tho wood at ers All classe3 meet in these rcstaur- - aro and howovor slight they may be circled its trunk Payne and Talburtt will bo promptly rcrunded And took tho check MAVSVIUE BRANCH OoMon Meilioai Discovery cures n humors tho distance ota foot from each other j anU and cafea 0n oqual terms Tho you hnd better make somo not too used to drink their mint julep sing Of course V- from the common pimple blotch or eruption No II XUBTH BCKJXU to the worst Scrofula or Mood poison ealt their merry songs and talk ol tho lMt painful but patient efforts to get quit And Pit bot ten to one tho check all around tho trcosandevcnupto tho peasant the shoeblack and tho scav K u Kxmiii rbeum or Tetter Eczema Erysipelas Fnrr top After ono course of tapping tho onger think they havo as much claim of them John Ruskln Talburtt had Is worthless eores Ilip inlnt Disease Scrofulous Sorm and lives they wore to lead Richmond Ky July 10 I8S0 lyOMaraMMM 1 15 p a reo requires to rost a fortnight whon to tho title of caballeros as SwlbBRa Kalargd Ulaods Goitre or Thick promised Payne that whenever ho Vhell dots vhat dor cashier said Thou mayst be sure that ho that tho poll 1 45 pa Keek aad Bolinjr Sores or Ulcers i Wnftaa the process may be repeated When tioiatii the dudo and the officer In will in private toll thee of thy faults is Coklen Medical Discovery cures Consump Â¬ wanted a homo it should be built on Well you are an idiot 4 yj pa lrilltaa by its the plantation and they would f pond E aoaa 4s ra tion which is Scrofula of the Lungs Say Sergeant doln you seo somo tho liquid is exposed to tho air it bo these places Of public resort prevails a thy friend for ho adventures thy dis- Â¬ invigoratingwonderful blood - purifying cu An Mihm4iuri comes a firm and elastic substance their bacholor lives together Much shokes in dot t - pm iwd nutritive properties U taken ia time aHMe curious custom which may bo aa old like and doth hazard thy hatred for pm For Weak Lungs Spitting of Blood Short Jaaaiwim y s3 alb 7 fifty ounces of pure milky juice yield Â¬ relic of Moorish days No I dont BrosILr llTnr Breath Catarrh ia the in Spain guests there aro few men that can endure it ftpm wss efSevere Coughs AEthma Headkindred- of the old plantation is now within tho itfrsaa eMtis and modern suburban village of Anacosta VholL you must bo idots too Dot ing about fifteen of clear washed gum call tho attention of tho waiters by every man for the most pari delighting Nt hi affections it is a sovereign remedy It and on an elevation that commands a lUUy HuuTH aauxa promptly cures the severest Coughs man dakos mo for a farmer uamed This gum used to bo known by tho In- Â¬ clapping their hands or whistling as in self praise which is ono of the most KXM111 Pot TorpW Liver Biliousness or Liver view of the National Capitol and its Smith und I vhas Carl Dunder all der dian nnmo of caoutchouc a veritable ono does whon calling dog universal follies that bowitcheth ma- Â¬ THE RODESDALE ADDITION IS NOW ON THE MARKET LOTS a indigestion it Is Coptint Dyspepsia and by druggists surroundings which quite ravishes tho Iv Matkcille WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE an uncqualcd remedy Sold But tho dons have more than ono nkindSir W Raleigh NONE while ha ha ha Now y6u seo der jaw breaker to tho English tongue and yet in our boyhood days whon peculiarity and old eye with ite beauty standstho house point ELSE NEED APPLY habits that havo There la nothing which more ex Â¬ now owned and occupied by Mr IL A this now plonliful rubber was boing takon such strong hold of tho pooplo Wllaeoaanc Yos but you arc 10 out asperates an opposer of a good man Griswold built in fulfillment of this 1 sliMCtam So I vhas so I vhas I doan see introduced into sundry uses that was that it is next to impossible to erradl than that silence which grows out of a torta promise its common nnme The sight was selected by dot pcforc cato them Indeed it seems to mo m 45 t1M4aaali For tho manifold uses to which it is that tho Pyrenees aro to the Spaniards recognition of tho fact that it is use Payne himself before departing on Any one olse take you for Smith N loss to ii- - u a ui Aril does t lamm iim now put it is vulcanized his foreign mission but he ncvor This was what the great walls of China aro want todiscuss with one who unjustnot 1 iMcsaaa Kmutg JuikIij Vhell not exactly but I vhas oop in bo fair He who is tho discovery of Goodyear that at tho to the Chinese to enjoy the home of which to some 1 UA1X XOTI--Xr- t returned 5rUHK laiU a bulwark behind his words and ways feols tho sting of snuff ml a placklog who timo mude - uasb anal ttMruiuli o 4 riiiivUi Â¬ his name famous- - It is al which tho people entrench themselves self possessed he sang and thus absolved from his vhants to beat me fiold on MIowing terms Twenly Five Dollars each balance in u wtvaidiM tuuati iii Ijrxinztou silence on the part of Will he 1L so mixed with another product from and vow of celibacy Mr Talburtt after- Â¬ Wiuriun nSaa akeMiiTiii V l It rosist innovations Spain Is fulty him whom ho ia ill treating S S meuts of 150 on Saturday of each week to be pakl to Dr V G White Ill bet ho got the best of you M ward married and himself occupied for palulscm tur N X an Indian tree gutta percha intro- Â¬ tary of he Itichmnnti B L Corporation who will reeeit for the m i I bet you 10000000 ho doan Ho duced in the arts by Dr Montgomery ono hundred years behind any other Times 4 mkytliK caiilKMttoit ht IjijuhrIoii the new house in which children voro European country Worse than Rus To marry for money and for any No interest will be charged on the purebase money until after the expirati i comos in my place to got a 5 bill in 1843 IMPOKTAICr TrahHxtnU Mix- - mnrar- born to him one of whom still a res- Â¬ This gum is tho exact oppo sia where the oightcenth Century pro Â¬ object at and arpatrt ftami IIm- - cntral Iiikhi whatever save and except im- Â¬ 14 months from ditte of sale thereafter 6 per Cf at will be charged on the i ident of tho village is the mother of shanged I vhas on to him shust so site of rubber it being non elastic Ii aTa 9 U I oa 1 aft rttikun fitM iHtthii inakiicitii longs itself for Spains one hundred mortal and all powerful love Is to per Â¬ chaw money remaining unjiahl By this method pnrties can buy and pay f quoek ash dot I know he likos to itaaajraltpaiaUltarUi Ka aad WeM J Harry Shannon widely knowa as flim flam mo and I keeps my eyes The plant has largo gl033y loaves years baekwardnoss aro grafted on jure and debase the human heart but a good lot nt a small price on easy lerm- - without jftleret ami free Tlimaili Tlekc wiU inl lUfKsr llieeketl zvw J7U1-- V raikfl Wi ol ciy tho juvenile orator But the chief thick oval and pointed It is quite an three dark to uuy Hatat reaclicil by a railruad conturios open Three fourths to marry without some provMon for Any young man in Richmond can Ihiv one or more of these luisand pay f tneer cf life h liaCvr CeCJiila may poiut of interest is yet to be told for i tall aaitil ailara aaVttw urcsUtwH attractivo plant particularly as a of tho people can rend Can you shange meo Mr Dun specimen window plant such nt of tpc UuaBpaav ur iSt 4 notwithstanding tho claim that Home without othors writo as yet but aro noithersatisfied nor tho future well as monoy of moneys without feeling the burden In the very near future this property will be w r V I MCSraiX K M BAtXJX well so worth in a furnished mind and a much more titan it ii now selling at The city U rapidly- - extending in that el Sweet Home was written in Tunis or kor T- - T J T near it It stands the dry atmosphere long as bull fights Tra la r Art Tniv P1V Aiet IV and other barbarous capacity for sklllod labor is to defy rection and will ultimately absorb Rxlesdale For Mit pleasure-I 1wrtuiaU0 IxiHKlni K in a London garret the original manof a room well and tho loaves nro further information ca rj 15 v iiiciniiMtt common sense and invoke the evil on W G Pw A B I count him out 2 in bills and 3 readily rid of all dust by simply spray- Â¬ Institutions are kept up uscript in the handwriting of the Wiiitk E W Wiggins or Stki iibx D Pakkisii liiciiruoud Ky K irXTISTUX V IYt A teii Manr Generally speaking Madrilonlans fates Once a Week illustrious author himself and bearing in silver und 1 vhas countorlolt ha ing Gardeners propagate their stock 4S- P KIAKK Act KirlnHMMi Ky sleep in tho daytime and move about We are most inclined to love when his own interlineation is still in the ha ha from cuttings which grow readily BiiM- oiniiiene iiUiir i1iiitii at night Indeed the streets of tho wo havo nothing to fear and he that Well iiy in ii tl possession of the family Mr Talburtt onough from a single oyo and leaf each Vhell ho likos two hafs for one bud thus forming a now plant Young city aro woll nigh desorted from ten a encourages us to please ourselves will having died in 1805 and it wai on oclock in tho even- Â¬ not bo loig without preference in our tho rustic seat under the chestnut und I gif one haf mlt a holo in him plants are not much used for propaÂ¬ tntlll six Or sevenone Orioinsl Designs ing whon every hastens to tho affection to thoso whoso learning holds on the bank of the east ha ha ha tree gating from but an old plant is gen- Â¬ --OF A R 1 isneI vhas pooty much obliged Mr erally selected and induced to throw Prado tho groat public promenade of us at tho distance of pupils Or whoso branch of the Potomac so near Madrid to enjoy tho cool and fragrant wit calls all attention from us and He vhas a hot day the mouth as to be practically on tho Dunder out as many shoots as possible In tho breczos and stroll about through tho leaves us without importance and with- Â¬ So ho vhas long So main river and a little more than a olden times propagation was effected Und ho goos avhay shust liko a by layering or winding around moss spacious park and lovely gardens Tho out regard Dr Johnson mile east of south from tho Capitol procession to the Prado is a bit of building that John Howard Payne lamb Doan I beat him1 or inserting a shoot through a flower- Â¬ genuino Spanish MADAME BLAVATSKY local color In cosmo- Â¬ Got tho bill with you with his own inspired cenius and an pot made for the purpose in which the politan Madrid Many either rido or Personal recnllarltlrs of the plritnnl Head Yes I bring him along to ask you roots formed and afterward severing of mint julep drafted of Theosophr i Who puts that mans from the parent tree Prairie Farmor drive and no other city in tbo world can this immortal composition The rustic somotings Helena Potrovna Blavatsky tho turn out so many teams of Andalusian seat held as a precious heirloom is name on him hopsjos as proud and as graceful as their spiritual head of Thcosopby and tho Whore there Thats no name preserved in the attic of the old home h3SE PLUCKY YOUNG WRaY masters and mistresses The Prado author of Tho Secret Doctrine is a I read him dot ho vhas U O Un and the chestnut tree now partly at full promenade time and especially Russian She comes of a noble family dead with its top cut aivay and much terfeit I guoss he vhas Shorman Ills Gallant Fight with Indians Against the ovontngs of Sundays and holy days which has by mnrriage given Czar- Â¬ T 11IS TIE SK9BTEST of its bark clipped off as mementos That roads counterfoiL Oierirhelmluir OUiU prosonts an animated and most inter Â¬ inas to tho Imperial House of Russia She doe still marks the birthplace of this song Three days after tho battle of White How gracefully tho Sho was born in 1SS1 and made her esting scone that will live while the English tongue Of course it does and you are beat- Â¬ Uivor In which the gallant Thorn USED and none but senors and sonoritas flutter along tho peculiarities evident from earliest is spoken or a thatched roof covers the en just as I expected Mr Dunder it burgh lost his life Freeman Z Wray GOOD gay parterre where many colored uni- Â¬ childhood She was always rebelious an oighteen-yonr-ol- d head of a humble inhabitant of the boy who was in ungovernable and imperious intoler- Â¬ earth Washington Star charge of cHttle forty five miles north forms and diversified cCstumes sprout ant of Sergeant it vhas all right right restraint and holding conven- Â¬ out in every direction to divert and do Doan spoak py mp one word To- Â¬ of White River Agency wsis attacked ami New Orleans ILLEGIBLE WRITERS homage to them Here assemble tho tions in contempt She led her gov He contrived to morrow I goes py der lunatic asylum by a band of savages life torment and martyr- Â¬ Examine our stock and you will be pleased get his ride and to make so good a de- beauties of every part of Spurn and ernoss a neverofbowed Chirographic KfTnrts ot Kmlnent Men lliat und knocks on dot door to the yoke of TIME 27 in no country in tho world can there dom and 30 20 Were Almost Indecipherable fense that thoy betook thomselves to a Who vhas dot1 authority oven held The most celebrated exponent of bad ENTIRE TISAIXS ravine and bebieged him at their leis Â¬ bo seen a brighter displav of femalo by her husband when it wasmore out Carl Dunder a mnn of than Llovoliuoss than on tho Prado at Mad penmanship in America was Ritfus UAJUAliK CARS ure After awhile he got out of am- Â¬ Vhas you want1 sixty at tho timo of their marriage DAY COACH EH N Y Herald Choate whose signature has been apt to come in and shtop two munition and was forced to climb into ridCor I likos After three months of insubordination AND SLEEPERS ly compared to a gridiron struck by a wagon to got a new supply hoonored years sho abruptly loft his house and in com- Â¬ lightning THAT SOUP PHRASE whose handwriting atd While he was executing this move All right you vhas in pany with a woman friend determined Run Through Without Change was in many cases absolutely unde Â¬ Good pye Sergeant Shust kcop ment a bullet struck him in the calf of Fortunatelj It Is Gradually Losing Its to see tho other sido of the earth No RICHMOND KENTUCKY cipherable oven by tho writer him- Â¬ quiet und doan shpeak I vhas going tho log passing directly througn In Hold on tho Public amount of persuasion induced her to self On one occasion Mr Choate was 110 MILES THE SHORTEST an instant moro another ball caught The reasons why wo do not and change 11 1889 I vhas gone Detroit Free Press decision or to return to her having his notice repaired and made him at the hip and knocked him down never have indorsed tho phrase Ho husband hor and sho - HOUs T1IK JLICKKST 1 rr i tit ONE CENTURY AGO arrangements to have a carved mau iv With a whoop and a yell the savages fell in the soup are manifold Whoa out on her travols forthwith set That these mTVTKKX tlepiece put up jwomising to send Wben Farmers 11 ail to Do Thirteen Departments of Study Classical JScieut Without Slow ran toward the spot expecting to take it first came into general uso it was wore far and wide and beyond Three Colleges ers IleHpers and Louder Ciaci aati k Jacksonville Florida the model Failing to obtain one to their plucky foe prisoner But they harsh and grating and now that it has tho range and possibilities of anil Commercial Preparatory Courses the suit him he wrote to his work Â¬ AS- BThe farmer did not have a mower were again foiled for Wray was oaly become old rheumatic and 11 ME 2S HOUIIS knows all tho man to that effect The carpenter aftÂ¬ and reaper thon Although Pliny tho down temporarily and getting to his Sliidentit find lmmea In the ltet families ami Memorial Hall Ex er s it Is positively dlobolical in its ordinary tourists fulfilled world promise lite Only Line Itumiiiig Tlirmigli er studying the missive which LDWS3 r ooKsisi3Kr paioss Her womanhood the moderate 5160 n 324 Attendance laft kcsHin from 27 Stated and Itril elder who was born A D 23 describes feet again scrambled into tho wagon discordancy Fell in the soup was of her girlhood SieetiK ri Cincinnati to Jack- Sho continued to lories For full information and Catalogue apply to looked as if a spider wading in ink a machine to reap grain which was where lay his ammunition YVitlimil Clmnge MHivitlr Ho pulled primarily Intended to convey tho mean- Â¬ despise convention and hypocrisy We have tin taixwt tnuie in Centra but had crawlod across tho paper at used in Gaul it was not until the pres- Â¬ a sack of flour in front of him and ing to the auditor or auditors that a 913 L E BLANT0N D D- - CharceUcr Keiiiurk and uaratitee Mili fadHHi length concluded that it must be the ent century that these machines camo piled a bag of beans on top of that and man or a woman or a collection of showed always a deep appreciation of fic tie- - and iiifirina 3T Ante desired plan and forthwith began into use Pliny says of the Gaulic took hold of such other articles within men and women had in some way be- Â¬ tho beautiful and the spiritual and de- Â¬ timi twf ire itrdering any alxleol work fashioning probably tho most original reaper In tho extensive fields in the reach as made for him a barricado come downed or more elegantly speak veloped by assiduous cultivation her WM ADAMS SON IiuporteiK FHOX JUNCTION CITYTO mantel piece that ever ornamontod ra lowlands of Gaul vans carts of largo against the promised shower of balls Ing been competed through force of taste for mysticism and occultism 4 K She ia a woman of tendor sympathies Ijxixoton Kv cnATTxNOCKJA JBoofc Kteplng Short Hand Trtrgraphy Cf room This story is almost equal to size with projecting teeth on tho edge Rapidly cutting holo in tho canvas circumstances --or events to acknowl I C If Write for Catalogue and full information LvLU I O V ELaiLatl IVTi that told of the great Napoleon who aro driven on two wheels through the wagon cover he saw tho Indians ap edge the corn While this was un- Â¬ and has from childhood yearned over BIRMINGHAM was such a wretched writor that it is standing grain by an ox yoked in a proaching Leveling his rifle ho fired doubtedly tho object of the phrase it the poor the desolate and tho op- Â¬ MERIDIAN said his letters from Germany to Jose Â¬ reverse position In this manner tho at the foremost of his pursuors tho has manifestly failed in reaching tho pressed and with all hor intolerance JAUKSOX of authority and tho outbursts of pas- Â¬ phine were at first taken for roogh ears aro fvken off and fall into tho ball taking effect This throw tho goal of Its intentions It is not sion which of later years have boon VIOKSBURG maps of the seat of war van The first patent for a reaping Indians into contusion and thoy re-Â¬ graphic and that is absolutely essen Â¬ ilOBLLE It is related of the late Dean Stanley machine in England was taken out in treated into the ravine They throw a tial to any real claim to the publlo less frequent sho is naturally forgiv- Â¬ ing and boars no malice evon toward that a short time before his death ho 1709 It was not until 1822 that a hailstorm of bullets into tho wagon consideration There have been so to bo her CI e CiHiMfiiiHi Mmle at New Or- - was invited by the editor of one of tho machine was made by a school master and oe of these caught younff Wrav called Improvements suggested such thoso sho believes Colonel onemies leaiH niili Soiiilifin pacific In connection with Now York magazines to contribute an named Henry Ogle which may havo in tho right eye and lodged thore j as ho fell in the consom founded tho Theosophieal Olcott sho ami lVxs IVrilic for Society of article to its pages on somo timely become tho model of all subsequent Tho Indians finally retreated After me in the mulliga tawny and Our Grand Clearance Sale of Wall in New Texas Mexico California topic Tho paper was promptly writ- Â¬ reapers Ills contrivance was very protracted delay the boys wounds stumbled into the tureen7 but America a strong York City in 1875 Paper was a perfect success Sho has deeply lined face ten and duly received but to tho con Â¬ simple and upon trial cut fourteen were dressed and the balls extracted nono of theso aro ono Iota hotter than IIiHiri1 Qifker than any filler Line 7 v sternation of the oditor no one could acres of grain a day But this ma- Â¬ and after fivo months nursing ho tho original In soma unaccountable with a massive chin and strange im- Â¬ 4wat lVM B4gaa V l2V jl be found who was able to decipher tlio chine metan untimely end Mr Ogle Beomcd to be entirely well although manner howover tho phrase camo pressive eyes sot beneath perfectly Dafift iiim ijm MmiIcmI SIrveport hand writing Finally in despair tho writes of it that somtJ working people ho had lost tho uso of one eye Ono into quito general uso but most as Â¬ arched brows She wears hor hair HiUi Ixhs mwl Pwitie Uy editor was obliged to return tho manu- Â¬ threatened to kill Mr Brown tho man of his wounds broko out afresh suredly not through any real worth of parted and slightly waved back from witliwnt I niKcr fur script to England to be for who made it if he persevered any fur Â¬ eighteen months after tho fight and its own but because of tho peculiar her forehead which is broad and in- Â¬ Because we had maile up our mind lo Kcthern 5esac Kcsioo California publication In fact therewritten good dean ther in it and it hasnever been moro caused his death Cor Philadelphia fancies of tho Amorican people Ia tellectual She livos with the utmost sell every roll of the lail seasons cootls and the West simplicity and Bohemianism nover no mtUler at what price they had to liko Choate did not write but merely tried Tho oldest known macbino Press tho first placo it is important that a takes tho form herany of sort of dissipa- Â¬ go Brown Blanks went at 5 ceuU lo T Xopmlar Lino between made a low arbitrary strokes with a still in use was invented in 1826 by Mr phaso should bo so constructed and tsSfFtr Rales Mhjix Ae ndilress tion unions ono excepts tho little the finest Embossed Golds at lo cents pen on paper PITCAIRN ISLANDERS Bell a Scotch minister This reaper composed as to instantly convey to tho KUANK W WOOLEY cigarette of Turkish tobacco which is Tliey all went tlu last roll of them No LAFAYETTE and uninitiated tho idea intended to be ex- Â¬ almost always rolling between Trav Pa s At L xliKtin Ky would mention of rcmarkablo penmen was improved in 1831 Whether Amer her Consetpienlly we have be complete which did not in ican Inventors obtained their ideas The Stalwart Dcicemlnnts or a Ganjr of pressed In tho soup fails manifest Â¬ nervous fingers s isAituirrr Mutinous Sailors Current Literature clude tho name of Horace Greeley In this regard especially whon ad from thcso foroiffn machinos is a mat- Trav rasa Apl ClatlaiiiHgg Teiin WllOSO Ike Et M Tniat BTI TUCKS dbWit Clurt When tho clippor ship L Schopp ly ehirol ATlllv trs nnrm Inrsnlv tor of dispute But tho reaper has THE GERMAN SOLDIER Cars Sletrast Xe I iil as Ceiepia Cars on Slight Trains J C Gauit was beating down in tho trado winds drossed to an individual Ignorant of described by a now compositor in tho taken the romanco out of tho haylng G Euwakds Ua car r in the dreary waste of tho South Pacific the idioms of speech of our country Illustrating the Awful Iteipect He Iay to Gen I MVr Gen Pass Agt Tribuno office in tho savage remark fiold Ttslrx Cara on Say Trains II as Haying time used to bo tho How many people would undorstand -- DKALBK IN- Ills Superior from San Cincinnati O liberally interspersed with profanity EUTSIMPAYA T1SBMKNDOUS STOCK OF pleasantest on the farm and no sight ocean on her way Captain Francisco by in tho soup that a porson had Wo saw recently a little squad daw Â¬ Gates was If BoUhazzar had seon this hand Â¬ was moro beautiful than a line of to Philadelphia None un Â¬ failed in writing on tho wall ho would hive sturdy men gracefully swinging the much surprised to find on coming on less theyhis undertaking acquaintance dling along in Ihojr uuiforms through VVatcJigs Clocks Jewelry Silver anJ fp had previous and tho heat the most ambilionless hot deck one morning a boat load of stalwbeen more terrified than ho was Of scythe in the tall grass The mower U Kt i i C BaWwsy BI j Foar combination approaching his vessel An wth this words Wo of very uncu weary or buy souls dragging ono foot a T4U line the numorous anecdotes rolatod of the the tedder tho horse rako and loader art-men Plated ware etc Special phonious aro glad to noto after the other as if a cau non ball wore from the cheapest to the finest handVt Saarpunt Cars PsKman IleciiaiaE modern Franklins chirographical havo made tho haying season as prosy Island was seen a short distance off tho New Kir C1M Ceacfcc SecwJ that this really obnoxious phaso ia tied to each attention given to starboard bow and on tho boat getting Poor fellows wo made goods in endless varieties and at cccontricities tbo following Is a fair as hooing potatoes aaclw xmd BaftKaga Can Chicago News - XchaagcbctaFcca l iHciaitiall ran through xnd S u Loiiit how plainly every lino within hailing distance an aged and gradually losing Its hold on tho pub-Â¬ thought example decrepit man in the bow shouted Mr Greeley becoming disgusted I lic and our since rest hope is that in about them tells tho oppression and Alabamas Natural Bridge tegsrt Reclining Chair Cars FETT-IHtf-DIAMONDS am Thursday October Christian Gov Â¬ tho soup will fall so deeply into the misery of the whole brutal systoml with tho blunders of one of Iris type- Â¬ itT ZSN bouillon as to become tangled in the When all at once to our amazement High up in tho crest of tho mount- Â¬ ernor of Pitcairn Island CiKriimali THE- setters sent a note up to the foreninn TORNADO any other city Iu the vegetables and unable to clamber ovor they stiffened up IA requesting bim to discharge the man ains on the Birmingham Sheffield Is like ramrods flung heard of in this or Ho said hat tho population of Pit-Â¬ AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONP r Short Ubs Union and iemember once as no was too lnemoient a Tennessee railroad there is to bo found cairn consisted ot 115 men women and tho side of tho tureen Minneapolis ono log out in front at an anglo of ai Cutwnodfous ay Rocllnlng Chair Cars It is a nat- - children Captain Gates ordered the Tribune workman to bo anv lon ror emDlovcd one of Natures wonders forty five degrees with force enough Seven Splendid Companies nrsm bdSE as complete as perfect yards aback and in a few minutes on tho Tribune The foreman oboved i Not Bo Undersold to kick down a rampart and then Wc snd Etohi low fani Illi Caught at Last North America Philadelphia instructions but boforo leaving the as symmetrical and in somo essentials eighteen men were on tho ships deck brought the heels of his ironclad mem Â¬ Via SHELDON typo managed to tret possession of more remarkable than tbx groat nat-Â¬ all of whom bore ovidencc of En- Â¬ SpriitgfioWj -Father shouting down stairs in an ber down upon the pavoment liko a by any In the land The public gen- Â¬ Promptly done and In a workman Massachusetts et T Af aadTrA WKEil New York Mr Greeleys note and immediately ural bridge of Virginia The bridge glish nucestry They were extremely angry voice Maryl blacksmiths hammer the sparks flyÂ¬ erally are invited to Inspect goods and xmanner Germanio -t f eata and IVerU dete aad Im nlies between the stations 1 and arr jad tilth all Liars ts Connecticut Mary who is with her beau who has ing in all directions We looked on in prices -Your obedient servant Hartford went to a rival office and applied for Dolmar It Is about fiftyof Lynn mllos religious and held exclusively tho riwrt Wt and Keatliirrst eight work showing tho note as a recom Â¬ Cash Paii for Old Geld and Silrer teachings of the Seventh day Advent been waiting on her about thrco years amazement wondering what had hap Â¬ -- New York Kiaar mendation Tho foreman to whom he ap Â¬ from Sheffield and twenty nino miles ists the result of the work of a mis- pened to them when in the distance Yes Blrv GEO 1 WILLGSNG i r snv Ticket Ottee C L St I CiiK iniictti Amazon tSy Dont forget the place next door plied scanned the note and said Oil I from Jaspor Its length from abut- Â¬ slonary who wai wrecked thore years i cetallCovpon Ticket F Is Mr Slowcoach thero i appeared a diminutive corporal tho - Iliiludelphia PeiiHsyfvuni nito t tlc country Decorator in Paint and Pnnor to the Postioufee Iticbruond Ky ment to abutment is one hundred and ago while bound from San Franoisco see good and efficient compositoi M Yos sir occasion of tho whole excitement 32 31 sC ECAH Ucairsss end TM Artnt omployod a long timo oa the Tribifne soventy five feet Its width is twanty F Is he Proposing to you that ho is The same awo of their superiors runs to China Jan 4 f ciscjj yvrta KOCK BOTTOM HATES five feet and the thickness ranges from Horace Greeley and immedlatjjly through tho entire German army A Tho Governor stated that ho was the staying so late set him to woiJ on the strength of four to six feet It Is of pure sand Â¬ grandson of one of tbo mutineers who M to Mr Slowcoach In a fright- Â¬ common soldier having hb boots BOOK Office at Farmers National Bank AflCCTS WAMEII - FR THK MILLER Greeleys certifioation of his incapaci- Â¬ stone and has no doubt stood the cli Â¬ in 1789 sot adrift the officers of tho ened whisper Ol wha shall I say blacked will irutantly stand asido boÂ¬ matic changes of ages Leaning ovor English war ship Bounty and thon ty after having been out of a job IRVINE STREET 109 Mr S trembling iu his boots Say foro tho operation is oompleted as a Call juh see us before placing The Singer Manufacturing Cxnfvr tho bridge you see In tho ravino which boro away for tho islaad of Otahoite yes for the space ot about fifteen mlnutbs corporal steps up- - He in turn gives Next Door to Post OIEcc U building k inuehioe yourinsuranee will A somewhat similar story to thlii is it spans somo sixty five feet below placo to an officer and in a few min- Â¬ and had lived for years there before M to her father Yes papa Attachment and Portable pi n tola of Mr Brooks a manager of ho 1 tho shimmer and sparkle of many boing discovered Tnoy were after Â¬ BURNAJI HUME adapted far Invalid travelers F All right all right excuse mo utes three of thuso accdmmodatlng in Â¬ springs of clear limpid water which ward arrested and sent to England aow iura uenirai railway who once cost S25 cash Any one will AND Toll him ho can havo you Bless you dividuals aro standing in a row bolt for N B Milling property and wrote to a man living oa the line of bubble from the Pandstono soli and machine ol ihts type will please i re triaL The Governor said that tho use both my children Ho neednt hurry upright with their trousers turned up country stores a specialty order at tho offlcel3 First sirret the road threatening to proseoute hjm joining Dow down the ravine A of tobacco and liquors was entirely un away Bostoa Courier OF and each ona with boot blacked When singular feature is a subdivision or knownjimong the pooplo of Pitcairn 82 31 if he did not move a barn tistaajo1 snoat conwirte MstC77 ol J V SrevR tho fourth has boon served ho passes Done Promptly CARPETS LAID IN 11 Flood FINESTVLE Givehim a CaiL 34 he had built on the companys laid smaller bridge constructed on tho and that the little colony were in need nii4Ml in Ef lUh Several Caro Mich P S- - It fietilil only by order n gentlemoa along with dignity and caoh of the n ontams over BOO n kept iu stock The recipient was unable to read the same pattern perhaps even more per of dress goods particularly for tho recently saw a large rat carry a hens other three take his J F S In regular an- jtion reiaiw far 83 JO letter buOucooeded ia making Out fect in its outlines which leads from i women as nearly all of the latter were ogg on its back They say that it ordor until the common ium isllruil soldier J SCittifsl ftU trflt fiiniiae- - Agents the signature aud concluding that ho oue side of tho bridge proper North dressed in mens clothes secured from twisted its tall around tho egg and ly reached Berlin Loiter book other ior anr ia Floodsr osr should had been favored with a free pass 0f er Alabatnian passing vessels A supply of clothing carried it safely until it was Hit with a outfit zzrt 24I cents stands f the one you Cly faxes wew- - dHe in May the road awr superior it to Repairs to Pennsylvania fences coat was given and an abundance of fruit stone a t Tlite is waniiug le pay U fnre the per two years used it as such for nea iy No two things- - differ moro than I am prepared to du all kinds of Most liberal terms allowed no conductor bebic able to about live million dollars each year a find provisions was sont on bojlrdthe cent U tfdded style Undertakers should be happy aa hurry and dbspatch Hurry is the Carpenters work In ilrst dispute his privilege by aecipherjpg In lome cases the inclosures aro worth JOHNTj BAXTER Also bip in exchange Philadelphia LetÂ¬ iha berry season approaches Wash mark of a weak mind dispatch of furnished on abort TWO NICE COTTAGE vf a uollce estimates TYLER BAXTEIL ue supposed pass 10 12 City Collector Cincinnati Ohio t 2t morethau the laud they protect II ter roams eaeii Apply to elrong one Colton JugtOB Critic 32- - - RfllllCWTRil BLUE oet HOME SWEET HOME I r4 1 B tROUfJLB AGAIN ROUTE - t Lexintoii 1 l Cincinnati 131 5h Tro Story of tbo Immortal Bon Told for tU Xlrit Time Some things there are which by n common instinot mankind holds sacred Among these are the scenes of heroic deeds the procincts of patriot graves and tho blrthplaco of sublime thought in proof of which need only bo men- Â¬ tioned such names as Lexington Mount Vernon and Independence Hall And within tho District of Columbia hero is a spot whioh the Amorican people if familiar with its associations vlould not deem unworthy of montion in con- Â¬ nection with those named Half a century ago George W Tal- Â¬ burtt then a young man and ur mar Â¬ red was the owner by inkoriiaaco of u plantation of two hundred and thirty one acres lying just across the east branch of the Potomac from Washington his fee simple domain -- Cart Dander Telia Soma Good Jokes o Several Feople i Whats the matter with you aked Sergeant Bendali yesterday aa Carl Dunder entered tho Woodbridge Street station with a grin on his face j May po I vhas green liko some grass oh chuckelod tho old man in THE INDtA RUSBErt tRES Aa Attractive t lant Which Is as Useful as AMONG THE SPANIARDS I WTH AND -- POINT It I Ornamental THE 10 COMMAMEKTS v 7P Absolutely Pure- 4- J iir 1 SHACKELFORDGENTRY 1 nua -- 1 Ta rK Ima ai wiai -- Iiy SHACEELFORMC ENTRY - Mia iia hua RODE8DAL1 r7 m T Twenty Six Lots 50x250 Feet 1- -- 1 1 xfiorljitet X -- m t- V -- i j u7onrSytrij fe V 1 SluKii1 Â¬ llw ard - Fmm lltg - BRECK PHELPS In Granite aud Marble SSfc fli fefefeSW aide-de-ca- Tinware Stoves Panning Implements TIN WAKE MADE TO OHDEPu aggsasri lfg 1J P1 Roofing and Guttering Done 8 Hours the Quickest The BEST MATERIAL WORKMEN EMPLOYED m Cioeiuili BARBED WIRS FOR FEIMOIIffG nouns Â¬ Â¬ CENTRAL UNIVERSITY NEXT SESSION OPENS SEPTEMBER 1 lirsi UUS Hi1HEIIl -- moss-cover- ed THE SH OUT LliNE BMNTS TRATTGN PAPER Business College IIIOWI1 I ILL W A D RUFF W 131 IT 9 tecfacat Indianapolis ad wc I da tirt loOM Goons Left liraiUEHULlEUL j nnati St Louis INSURANCE Â¬ FIRE LIGHTNING and Prices Lower Than Ever -- and Peoria HI it tirmlTtiK hife 1 Will RSPAIRIjXTS - i 1 1 -- 1 HARRISQHD Please USead- HORROR VALLEY i Furniture Bepairing UPHOLSTERING- B1 DEATH tat to TAZ HOTICS Yr Carpenters Work - bs FOE RENT J CSPOUi f