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ATTORNEYS F R We noticed on a farm a few days ago a new mower standing in the Frankfort March 25th 1889 f Tho problem of air navigation la re weeds and a cultivator sticking In the Thursday evening last 8ept 2Clh UK BumsmB BattdlBg Flirt C EXECUTIVE ORDER 3 Hotel Glyndon was formally opened Kt ceiving more attention now than ever ground at the end of a row of corn Whereas By an Act approved before Nor Is It cranks only who and yet that farmer in all probability The old and reliable Saddle and with a reception and ball Richmond I A MLLIVAN February 19 18S0 the General Assem Â¬ are working at H Mechanical engi- Â¬ joins In the old compliant about hard Harness House of now lias what sue has long and greatly yt TTORXET-AJ-JIF bly incorporated the Kentucky His- Â¬ neers of ability and reputation aro do times and the oppressed farmer nertled n modern hotel building first Kentucky torical Roclety and dedicated two voting time and thought to its solu Â¬ Many farmers are guilty of allowing Rim3ND class In all its appointments No 26 Second Street next to rooms iu public building at Frankfort tion That some one will work it out the profits on a wheat crop or a bunch -- eon A KETROSPECT n t StMctMine ns formerly oo Garnett House Jias a complete for the use of said society and at a not very distant day is not at all of hogs to leak nut through carlessnes 16- jbj ou nly Jmigtllllfer Like most other town Richmond 5tock of NOT QUEEN VICTORIAS BUT ONE WHERE Whereas It appears that said So- impossible nor even improbable It and inattention to the details of farm THE SITE POWELL iaii had its variety of hotel enterprises ciety has ceased to exist as an organi- Â¬ is simply a question of increasing power management and wonder why their Saddles Harness from the rudest tavern by the wayside The company after carefully looking zation and without increasing the weight of tho neighbors are more fortunate Colum Â¬ TTORXE A T LA W Blankets Whips Spurs Horse to the present structure that would be over the entire town selected the Whereas It is provided In Sec- Â¬ apparatus by which tho power is de bia Mo Statesman Kextocky Boots Ourry Combs Scrapers creditable in a much R larger place Mr south east corner of Main and Third tion 7 of said Act that If from auy veloped Just how much tho ratio of power to Toe Weights Sonps Oils and Samuel Shearer 8r recalls having streets the site where Greena Opera cause there shall be a dissolution of Thi lime last year scarcely a fat bul- Â¬ 4 3- i SeeatMtti4ret weight must be increased wo do not lock could be fouud in Clark county evorythins else needed by persons been In Richmond hi 1812 The town House was burned in 1887 Crapy said Society then all the property and Brown Cincinnati were secured s collections of the Society lu said rooms venture to say but there are no suffi Â¬ that was fit for the export market who handle horses DENTAL SURGERY architects and upon opening the bids shall be taken possession of by the cient grounds for assorting that suchÂ¬ All had been shipped and at n price a Saddles Manufacturedito Order increase Is impracticable Tho soluWILKES SMITH A tiie foilowiug contracts were awarded Governor of Kentucky for the State of tion of the problem maybe found in cent to a cent and a half per pound and none but the best material Douglas Rclimoud brick Kentucky Harris DEXTAL SffRGEOX improved engines and boilers or in higher than now can be realized for work J Isaac Gravciou Bon Cincin- Â¬ Kentucky used Gentlemens ladies and Now lu pursuance of the author- Â¬ now fuels or in storage batteries or ilie best Up to the present time not Rtimosd bovs Saddles keDt in stock WlgRins ity given and of the duty Imposed by in some yet unexplored part of tho two hundred of that class have gone nati stone work Esson Smith BaHnz Main Strret OfBee yOfarness of every description M c9la 40 P M to K v Richmond wool work field ot electrical force It would bo and more than three thousand remain Encaustic said Act of Incorporation t ft i uticc limHed tedenllMry- plrace Chains Hames Backbonds Tile Co Pittsburg tiling George M 1st I hereby take possession of the rash to predict Just how success will Buyers are almost ashamed to offer Bellybands Collars Collar rads MORGAN DtDS be reached but it would be still mora even the best price the market Justifies WillKing Richmond pnlntitig and property and collections of said Society Are had to suit the Queens taste But a 1 Hame Strings Plow Lines Blind rash to insist that it never will bo and holders arc loth to sell at figures glazing Straus Newman Louisville for the State of Keutucky XICnMOXD KEjXTUCKr Bridles Whips and other things Queens pocket book is not nec- Â¬ that mean certain loss The situation Hay Brothers Richmond plumbing 2 The Librarian is hereby in Â¬ reached A Tho successful air ship will it is safo is deplorable but there appears no im Â¬ used on the farm McHenry Co plastering Cincin- Â¬ structed to take charge of said property Mulrt Street evwMadlHWXalloiml essary to buy them ft large structure very light Only experienced workmen emnati chandeliers E Power Frankfort and collections to make an accurate to Bay be compared with Its strength mediate relief Winchester Democra t F In weight ployed r1 Co Louslate and tin Bridgeford luventory of the same and to take posÂ¬ but yet many times hoavior than tho T Vr CREED Wm J Neale will have his pork isville ranges Ac through P M session of the two rooms lu which they air which it displaces If you want a Saddle 3011 have Â¬ Tho mechan packing establishment ready before the Pi pe The- - pressed brick were mado have been deposited and retain them ical skill which has produced that a hundred to select from ranging h 2HKS I YZZB KEMTUCKr slaughtering season opens He ex- Â¬ for the purposes designated by said marvel of lightness and strength tho in price from 4 upwards If you and wood work all done In Richmond pects to kill from 1500 to 2000 hogs hlnKl want a set of Harness you have a at KinM resWe Act of Incorporation modern bicycle will not find the task the first season Probably three fourths OUR IlCTBBKS - jiiniHK 17 Me prfi of designing such a structure too diff- Â¬ of the bacon and lard sold In George 8 B BUCKNER 150 sets to select from ranging in Tiik Climax presents an excelSome delay occurred in the execution icult a w iviuaa hysTj6cs price from 8 up lent picture of the Hotel Glyndon town fs brought from Cincinnati Live Attempts to navigate tho air by of the order cause of which was All prices of Plow Gear from was then only m three years old On the and moderately fair portraita of Its unavoidable ou my part and was so means of gas Inflated receptacles have hogs are shipped from Georgetown to the cheapest lo the best Some- Â¬ proprietors Mes rs Willis Cincinnati slaughtered and then sent Adair Â¬ in QUOTES PRICES THAT- thing entirely new in Curry Combs corntr of Main and First Mreets Rob Mr Louis Schleirel the well known recognized by the Executive and 011 been persisted real through a hundred back to be sold to our people It is al Â¬ PSIl SICAX AXDSURGEOX years but no success has boon ert Miller conducted a tavern in a log the 24th of April this additional order Kentucky The handsomest lot of lap Cloths house where a nights lodging could be photographer ninde a picture of the was R -- V SD Such devices In spite of all most impossible now to get a country reached handed me ever brought lo Richmond 41- efforts to make them dirigible are but cured ham nnd a ham ot this kind to had fur a shilling Where the Garn- Â¬ hotel and we sent it to St Louis I The Librarian will take charge of r sorund S4reA axt to Whites Drug 3- ett House now staiid a Mr Orooget u here Mr John H Cornelison n na the rcorus assigned by law to the His- Â¬ as feathers in tho wind All such at- Â¬ people who like good bacon is wortii A three of the steam cured hams sent was erecting another log tavern Not tive Madison comity artist transferred torical Society ol Kentucky and will tempts are in tho wrong direction tt EA2 MD bird can fly not because it is com Â¬ from Cincinnati The proposed es it to metal The picture exhibits ar Â¬ long afterwards a three story brick safely keep therein nil the property re paratively light la weight for it i3 tablishment will cure Its meat in lire hotel displaced tho Miller log tavern tistic skill on the pirts of both photo cently belonging to that Society tUl STChAN AXD SURGEOX not but because it is strong Its good old fashioned way The enter- Â¬ KBSJTlfcKV MjNP F and it continued under different names grapher and engraver The portraits II The Librarian Is also authorized breast muscles by which its wings are prise can scarcely fail to prove profiJ and various proprietors until it was done hurriedly fail to do the subjects to fit up the rear room of said Society I operated are of immense proportlon- abfe from the very beginning George- Â¬ bum d in 1874 It was last known as or artists jitsllje Setid SlfWBl for the reception of the Historical Li ate size and tho rapid circulation of town Times TUB ISinXDING Â¬ the Francis Houe a name it had reIN FACT THEY ARE ACKNOWLEDGED BY brary recently purchased and he is its blood supplies these muscles with T 1 TAYLOR As seen in the picture the building authorized to place said Library in abundant force and energy Of all tained for yeai having been run by The reports of our correspondents in- Â¬ ALL TO BE THE is architecture is of pressPractitienerin Medicine and Surgery living creatures tho vital energies of dicate that tiie hog crop of 1SS0 equals W u uuKMLfcv ou con- John Francfoot the father of Gov David ed mediovnl Instories high with slate said room Librarian will R Francis brick four Missouri It hnd been the bird are tho most intense and it nnd probably exceeds that of 1SSS Kentucky tinue in their elegant house corR iimjnd make a Cat Â¬ III The called the White House for its proprie- - roof cut stone basement and a sub- - alogue of said Library distinct from the is therefore able to produce tho The supply in Indiana Illinois Ohio power required to sustain its body In Second S4feetover Dykes GrooeryJ ner of Main and Second Streets books of the late Historical Society of and Kansas is somewhat less than that Richmond Ivy formerly occupied and propel it through tho air Kentucky of last year Wisconsin aud Missouri bv A Westorn inventor proposes to P Herndon as a drug store iiUIXM FOSTER S B BUCKNER problem by moans of an im Â¬ have about the same number of hogs These orders were executed and my solve tho Nebraska 12 SCAX AXJSURGEOX mense cylinder 500 feet long and 1C0 while Kentucky Iowa action was reported to the Governor Minnesota and Dakota - Kentucky feet in diameter from the inside of Michigan r i accompanied by Inventory of furniture which tho air is to bo exhausted in show an increase particularly the Main Street next door to LainnV MADE TO ORDER of the best books pictures manuscripts and relics order to lighten it Tho plan will not State last mentioned Asa rule hogs r rekiiteneeat r Mnln and Tales materials and by the best work- which was filed in the office or the Sec- Â¬ bear investigation Tho air in such are reported unusually healthy for tiiis retary of State Jmen cylinder would weigh about 150 tons season of the year A number of cor- Â¬ K PHIL ROBBRTS This letter sent to Incorporators to Add conical ends each extending 250 respondents teport scattering cases of Cooling Blankets Horse Boots to Sail Every Cloaks and those who afterwards becamo mem- Â¬ feet and it would bo theoretically Toe Weights Spurs Stirrups cholera but very general or disastrous bers lo donors and others Is intended possible to pump out about 200 tons of outbreaks - - - Kentucky J Bridles Muzzles Trace Chains We summarize as follows I mm as an answer to inquiries naturally air But tho cylinder itself made of Collars Blind Bridles - V WitteKA Twtnrti Drue Store eae Collar Pads the reports of our correspondents rela Â¬ arising as to what disposition is to be quarter Inch steel without any in Â¬ tive to tho supply of hogs as compared c h KuMHif earner mttni tfe pre- - Surcingles Gold and Silver Buck- Â¬ 3- t t tt pabH made of these thing Some under ternal bracing would weigh at least with last year Illinois OS percent les Harness Oils Harness Soaps misnpprehensinn have suggested that 1200 tons Compared with this tho T SEXSillTH M D Indiana 95 5 8 Ohio 97 Missouri 90 Horse Brushes Scrapers Currv weight of tho air is Insignificant their contributions should be returned I Kentucky 103 Iowa 105 Kansas 97 Combs Ridins and Driving Bits 21 SICIAX AXDJSURGOX The orders are published that their hardly more than that of the food in a Nebraska 104 Michigan 103 Wiscon Â¬ Fancy Bridles Trace Chains pigeons crop compared with tho 1 purport may be known and attention te Hall - - - Kkntucky And as to sin 99 Minnesota 103 Dakota 116 lame Strings and everything is directed to the specification that veight of its entire body exhaust tho air from tho cylinder Farmers Review lils pnitoj4nnt iervteaste the pb- - else belonging to a complete Sad- Â¬ they are to be retained for the pur- Â¬ would at once subject to a pressure J1 it -dlery and Harness Shop A HAS A BIG LINE OF- poses designated in the Act of Incorpo-Â¬ of considerably ovor 3000000 pounds The annual sale of the Hur Ubourne S MLETOT1ER of specialty ration and that the Librarian shall from the outside atmosphere tho Meadow Thorpe and FerucIifT year Â¬ safely keep all the properly belonging scheme appears rather wild Much ling the property of Mr N T Harri t Light Road Track Harness IIirsiCIAXAXD SURGEOX Louisville to that Society less open to adverse criticism is tho Hurstborne Stud Farm Kentucky Gormley made the harness with IM iXI Cheppu Meadow It will be seen that it was not the plan suggested by Mr C Steadman Ky Mr Â¬ which Susie S won her great Buf purpose of the Executive to interfere years ago in an article published in Thorpe Stud Farm Lexington Ky -- Smith Hiftlillin MmIh Fife falo racef and also that with which with the functions of the Society On tho then Scrlbnors Monthly Maga Â¬ and Mr Wm Astor Femclitl Stud Bell Vara raised herself from 2 W BRIGHT MD the contrary he desires that his action zine which was to fill all tho hollow Farm lihinebeck N Y took place I 500 to 5000 shall direct public attention to the fact spaces In the proposed air ship with yesterday iu the Riding Academy AXD SURGEOX i lirSICI AX - - Kentucky ALL WORK WARRANTED for which it has no room and they must go that the purtmses for which it was or- Â¬ hydrogen gas This gas at normal Fifty Ninth street aud New Yerk 7 iimond zor 1 pressure would sustain the pressure Tiie best prices were Biy colt by t I 1AU ganized have not for some yearn been 41 40 c -- In SmHh BatMtsCen Main Street Is and George Kenney out of Kale Clark met and that steps should be taken of tho atmosphere while its weight ialt only one fourteenth that of air c 111I xaliwMBrtteMwwlJlBWK Wilus full fcister to Blazes J N McCor either to re organize on a basis that t liuuiau limtr The notion that aluminum because mick 2050 Bay filly by George will Insure activity or else transfer its of Â¬ its lightness may make mrial navi C S HOLTON work to some other agency It is well gation possible Is a mistaken one Kenney out of Mayonnaise J Mc by 1200 Chestnut colt known to those who are conversant That metal has only about one third Corjck Hameefiathic Physician and Surjjeon From arhoto by RcultorM Mat Kentucky with her affairs that Keutucky is one the strength of steel and no special George Kinney out of Bijou iimond tor William White The Grnoget basement A colossal tower adorns of the very few States In the Union advantage could be gained from its Byrnes 52150 Bay filly by George - e ovrr I M Bright1 IIOBrr Sj89 U house was replaced by n brick struc- Â¬ the corner and a broad white artificial whose archives are so meager that It is use uM AJ in Hpectot Kenney out of Midsummer 20 lo 40 p wameafaixl aMeutlon all dffl dieasei r t en jto nice The successful air ship will not be a Newson 1000 Bay colt by George r c Pallet trailed at a dlto Our Grand Clearance Sale of Wall ture mid like its contemporyhad did stone pnvement Is In keeping with the impossible to give many important de- Â¬ t p ai I HowMpmlnc BwiHcm scut erent names and proprietors until 1871 palatial structure The main entrance tails of her earlier history and that bag of gas nor an exhausted receiver Kinney out of Coupou J McCor a jiitm w Paper was a perfect mccet when it was burned Its last name Is through as double arched vestibule material for biography for which no but a structure having the strength of niick 1200 Chestnut filly by George GIBSON M Byrnes before burning was the Central Hotel with tile floor the arches supported by State can furni i more aud nobler sub Etoel and carrying machinery of com- Â¬ Kenney out of Pearle 111 II by George cult and it bad been called the Webster a stone column The ufllce occnples jects is in very many cases lacking paratively Uttlo weight but capable of 1000 Chestnut in Medicine and Surgery Practithner Houe and other names Aunt Pol- Â¬ the corner of the first floor is 50x76 Of the relics of ploueer days memen- Â¬ developing enormous power It will Kenney out of Nnptha J Walden - -- Kentucky lift itself from tho earth and hold a 775 Bay colt half brother to Hoi ly Web ter known far and wide as a feet wltfi a 30 foot ceiling ten large toes of her martial conflicts single level flight through space becauso ot windows and an exquioile tile handed and In connection with others fmb- - Because we had made up nur mind to lintel keeper presided over that liquge laud by George Kenney out of Kin street s inn profttniiiiiittl aervlees to the tho tremendous force with which tho ney Dwyer Bros 14kW sell ever roll of the lat season goods aud aigo others After the fire in 1871 Uoor The interior finish Is of qutrter 1301 Among and of her former social customs aud air is beaten by its huge whirling oars no mutter at what price they had to I D Smith the druggist built nit the sawed oak The dek Is an elaborate condition there is at the capital but au or the blades of its swiftly revolving the highest prices paid for Meadow c nts lo go Itrown Blanks went at m the finest EtnUissed Golds nt 15 cents ame idte the three story brick house one with a beautiful key box repre- Â¬ Inconsiderable collection For a proud screws It will be able to maintain its Thorpe yearlings the property of W Pitting They all went the Inst roll of them now known as the Garnett House and senting fifty rooms An electric bell people one whose prowess won for the course against those currents of tho H Cheppu of Lexington Ivy were iTji2E Gas sal Stcaa Consequently we have called it the Idee Hou e When sold apparatus communicates both ways be- Â¬ Union an empire lu the northwest serial sea tho winds And it is not Chesluut colt by Miser dam Bonn rirnp HcpaiiiitK a Specialty All to Mr Garnett of Glasgow he changed tween the office and all the room There whose blood has reddened every battle unlikely that the first successful voy Â¬ venture D Gideon 1000 Chestnut WE WILL SELL AT THE SMALLEST PROFIT THEY WERE Jut It t puiiii krpt at Gs Works the name to his own iin check stand telegraph office cigar field of the Republic whose statesmen age through upper air will mark tho coll by Miser dam Peradventure C EVER SOLD FOR BEFORE WE HAVE I 111 mil Ijenve orders at Bonanza 1050 Black filly by Only a little while after the building Llttlefield and jurists have been the peers of the farthest limit of mans achievements Mi or G Whites Drug Store i P of the first brick hotel Mr Allan Em 4 proudest names in America Ihislsa in his struggle of tho ages to subdue Volturno dam Virgie 8hepperd tho realm of nature and bend to his Brady 605 Chestnut filly by Fonso story condition of things that should bring nip simply a tremendous stock of ory built the large two and a halfcorner own uses its most untamablo forces brick house 50x150 feet on the THOMAS 1 AYUES a blush of shame to the cheek of every There will then bo no new field for tho dam Ardente Mr Ward 650 Biy of Main and Second streets now occu- Â¬ who realizes how important it Is mechanical engineer to conquer- - Rail Â¬ filly by Gunner dam Annie S W one Real Estate and General pied an a dry goods bouse by Mr H B 1000 Bay colt Leonatus Rawling for our future that we must not cnt way Master Mechanic Consisting of every class such as HAND MADE KD BOOTS Dillingham and for many years before dam Imported Periwinkle A LakeCollecting Agency loose from our past from the cheapest to the finest hand for 5250 and S300 We have the Improved Rubber Lined It is the purpose of our present State Stepping into the State National land 623 Bay colt by Volturno Jfe5 Special attention to the sate uiade goods in endless varieties and at by the late William Jason Walker ItÂ¬ 1000 loo had its many names and proprieWater Proof Boot at 5550 always sold for S600 they will a- exchange of Real Estate and to the government not only to exercise scrup- Bink the other day we asked Col dam Emily F W Kawlings c ctlionof aUUnds of accounts 47 46 tors but was last called the Mndlsoa Hoge the polite and gentlemanly ulous care over all the Society accumu keep your feet dry in rain and the melting snow A dandy Comparison Solicited A wise House how the new bank was get lated but to make every reasonable cashier pulled on and off no Where the Madison National bank We are discrimination should be exercised by Lace Hunting Boot that can be easily He answered effort to obtain whatever individuals tingalong heard of in this or any other city In the and Covington fc Mitchells house now all wbo take tnedlclue Tbe proprie- matter how wet or dry we have them in tops 22 inches high and families can furnish to illustrate getting along very well in fact much Union and remember stand stood a hotel for roauy years our material social and political past better tbaivwe had expected To day tors ol Hoods Sarsaparilia solicit a known as the Webster Houw for a and to furnish data for the historian bur deposits baye exceeded 120000 careful comparison of Ibta medicine WIUGIKSBIjOCK Not Be Undersolil time and then as the Wells Hotel It ClCIKKATI O thus placing the amount on deposit with ptlier blood purifiers aud mediaud biographer ivas burned in 1871 Whatever is entrusted to the present- - and subject to checR at the sum of cines being confident that tbe peculiar Â¬ 1 bynny iu the land The public genbe at the For teveral years the houee of Mr Cnn refer to Ituildiinss successfully 238000 Our loans hre within the re meriU of Hooda Harsaparilla are en If you cant be suited here you custodian will be promptly receipted a reded in Richmond Maysville Mt erally are invited to inspect goods aud Willitni ULuxod aud the adjoining people will unhesifor aud held subject to such action as qnlrmeuts of law and everything looks apparent that the for we have every kind it affords Yonrobedient servant stand aud reading room The office is may bo had by ferine Winchester and Owingsvllie prices prosperous for the State National We tatingly prefer it to any other prepara Â¬ the Legislature 65 heated with hot air from a furnace iu This is a SPECIAL SALE for October Court J Respectfully have just received an installment of tion Hood a Barsapariila 13 not n GEO R WILLGING the sub basement but there is also a currency from the United 8tatea mixture of molasea aud a few inert if you want BARGAINS this will be the accepter our1 Ed- Pouter Thompson lire place with agate mantel On the Decorator in Paint and Paper -Treasury Department at Washington roots and herb but ia a peculiar con of 5 or 6 or person wanting several pairs wihrmjjyeara State Librarian is an elegant self winding wall 32 31 City and we have been kept busy jnll centrated extract of the best alterative Frankfort Sept 7lb 1889 clock a present from Mr D P Armer day signing and cutting apart the bill and blood puritying remedies of the almost cost LOUISVILLE KY A two ton Mnsler safe with double The enormous WVA The world grows weary praiiing men is a beautiful engraved note of the vegetable kiugdom A gor- Â¬ door holds the valuables And wearied grow of being praised with sales of Hoods Sarsaparilla and the of five dollars denomination weary grows the pen crys geous twelve light brass and But never Remember the day Monday Oct 7th Coun enter 8f wonderful en res effected prove even Which writes the truths that have President Garfields vignette on the tal chandelier is suspended from more than lias been claimed for this The Largest and Finest Hotel in 41 40 Frankfort Argus left amazed the center of the celling From two medicine If yon are sick the best the city sides of the office It is overlooked by The thousands who have been given A True Tonle 13 10 medicine Is none too good and- - who have capacious corridors The ladies en- Â¬ up by Ihelrphyslcians 5o to 4 When you dont feel welt and hardly been restored to coniplete health by trance is through the main archways know what alls yoa gtva B B B Botanic A dispatch from the city nnd fllougslde the oflke but separated using that safest of all remedies for Blood Balm a trial It Is a Cne tonic According to rooms jem functional irregularities aud weakness Â¬ T O Callahan Charlotte S C writes savs Tbe Mexican Economist the by an open partition A broad stair Â¬ fine B B B Is a fine tonic and has done me best authority of Mexican finance and Turkish and Russian Baths in Seven Sulendid Companies bettor way leads up to the corridors just men- Â¬ es which are the bane of womankind great good figures statistics glve3 soma facts and Pre- Â¬ exeallnt Hotel 3231 LW Thompson Damascus Ga writes tioned aud they to the parlors We refer to Dr Pierces Favorite Philadelphia North America scription the only guaranteed cure I beUeve 11 B B is the best blood purlfler regarding the condition of trade be A I waiting room aud elsewhere through Â¬ t made It has greatly Improved my general tween Mexico and the United States J VV Massachusetts riaa for all those chronic ailments peculiar health --in out the building i erks Itamwbd New York B Germania An old penUeman writes to women Bead the guarantee on me new lire and now strengthB Jf B elves which are regarded as rather startling Parabaser there Is Xarge folding doors with portieres - Hartford Connecticut -anything that will make an old man young and wliich differ materially from those X II ADAIK cuter the parlor a beautiful room with bottle wrapper - New York Ills B U B1 given out at Washington It saya that - -Niagara t A Rlinnliprrt Nnrfnlfr Vn- - Anirast 10th in Hie fiscal year 1887 8 the value of column and double arch und wide To regulate the stomach liver aud sing nooseuold and kltwiun - -Cincinnati one nor occupied by Claude Smith depend on B B B for tue 1888 writes Amazon medheval windows leading to twin bowels Dr Piercea Pellets excel nroutrvstlnn ofIm v health I have hud It III the exports from the United States to a ami SMCE - Philadelphia Pennsylvania mr family now nearly two years and in all Co were occupied as a hotel known balconies over the main entrance One a dose Mexicrt was in American coin S19- that time have not had to have a doctor as the Itichmond House The furniture is exquisitely carved oak I 264873 or In Mexican money 256S6 BOOK BOTTOM RATES The Northwestern Conference of the Thos Pnulk Alapaha Go writes Nicholas was formerly the beaut imily upholstered The The carpet Is African Methodist Church adopted an suffered terribly from dyspepsia aTt9 oae ot 237 and that the value of exports from B JJ Bhaa made mo feel like new man vOv Office at JFarmers National Bank Willis House and only a few yearsngo lovely moquette and there Is an agate dollars for tho v Mexico to tho United Slates during the report advising a general exodns I would not take a thousand manfet surmounted by a plate glass elaborate from the South to the North- Â¬ good It has done me before placing was a residence X same period Gall and see us immediately on Irvine turnpike ibree was 31059226 These V M Cheshire Atlanta Ga writes s of negroes Business- mfrror in massive oak frame Clirys a ions spelt ot typhoid fever whleh at fljttlOlN OF TIIK GLYNDON-corner your insurance west All preachers having correspond- Â¬ had seemed to sen la iu my right leg which flcures are tbe most accurate that have GOOD taond Kyof and one half miles frsra taws reanlwg ncm ArwrnoM OmxjoItxiMuie otJikkus last depend from the celling baak towards railroad Goad Up enormously An revtr been obtained aud show tUat ex Abou two years ago Messrs C D tal chandeliers ents in the South were requested to agitate swelled whleh dlsehanred a cudulcer also SIPXOTCJSS HUME BURNAM leg Ikhwb with Bever fotflttg iallot matter Bow vatUc and tiotkmfor clfh tznn of twenty tA Burnam Senator The piano Is au upright oak Everett II Chenati the projectand Congres is urged to les Â¬ a day I then gave B B Bn trial and17 it ports from the United Slates to Mexico spring AU In grass Poaccaoton Im Â¬ Mekiabemtyj VaA term ofKHtUftTuoT 11 N B Milling property and John Bennett Dr L H Blanton Mr Lace curtains and other luxuries are sen the representation ot the South in cured me OR FEB mediately ia Asses TotfuikaUa fdrai are several millions larger tbanliereto Milton Eluott Pm6pu IUMivviux Xt country stores a specialty Stoiie Walker and Honr W B presents Exgfa3KATEg Saddle TERMBr-bS-thf- cd proportion to the namber of negroes re- yiMm poaeee The Caspian Sea would stretch from j fore stated by elllFer MexIeuVr United 416 ae two Cont imsd on second page I Sate aaltioriUee baggie faired at tew tfofi te given balwwe kt mm 38 31 Smith ecided to enter upou the bulld- moved St Louifl to Kansas City ATTORNEYS-AT-L- A i E T BtritNAM - M3D - - If SADDLES HARNESS AIaID A Splendid KENTUCKY Building Elegantly Furnished and Opened to tho Public GEAR j A - W PICKETS cs Ing of a pretentious house that would be not only an ornament to the town and county hut a blessing to the public generally To that end they organized with Mr Burnam as President Mr Walker Secretary Mr Beuuett Treasurer the six gentlemen Director A charter was obtained trom the Leg- Â¬ islature empowering them to issue bonds nnd thereupon 10000 In flrst mnrtgnge bonds were sold This sura however fell 3300 short of complet Â¬ ing the work Tho following Executive issued to me as per date Executive Department Bridles sid NEW AND STYLISH - 91 pl -- FULL DRESS GOODS 10 J k fM 1 Â¬ Bp Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ pi j poyntz fie THE PALACE O -- PQ Â¬ GORMLEY siddibmbIiihbs J o Â¬ Cant Be Considered High aH 11 Â¬ Â¬ Â¬ I mm LOWEST POSSIBLE Mm 1 Ell Harness rrn scax axd Surg box O THE PALACE BOOTS AND SHOES JU WH Hlio8iwlmhwHl fgtoj jfggiil m i- IIL r 1 WILL PAPER 2 p srmfljRjPrK m HATS AT YOUR OWN PRIGE BOOT SALE SEEAT SPECIAL JM LSIhZ It nnllist W ZE3I 3T ON- Mccarty young ymf uuiuocn iinB II loM floods Left NEW OODS Prices Lower Than Ever i m ie m Hit t lis Mi PRF p6 Â¬ a 5 1 C1UPSEY Arcliiteots BROWN Â¬ WWIU Â¬ WE HAVE EVERY K3N0 AT EVERY cant Â¬ 11Ib f GALT - HOUSE f INSURANCE XiXiACE ES Rates2 PenDay FIRE LIGHTNING and TORNADO IBRECK PHELP 3 Jul 2 Â¬ FvJ iata Tinware Stoves O Boo PamiRjarvs-astt- TINWARE MADE T The BEST MrLrao lt Aigo 110 ACEES ao J BJ55b 2Bd 1 years m it if d yjtAifJtTom wmmmm j rSjPSSt a - WqpfJW Jt jlHE CLIMAX FRENCH TIPTON -- Editor BT lire community regret the losa of Mr Breck and hope that happiness and soocera may mark hU career In the new home lie linn chosen Itenpectfully W B Smith H9TEL GLYXB9 Continued flvmjirttpapc PUBOSIIED XVEBT WEDNESDAY The Glfmax Printing WmG White ders table be r shop Is Ihe nicest the Tlie Tlie bridal chamber comet next on J K Morton Chairman the same floor It is en siilte with town has everliad riUCE PER YKAK 150 J R BURNAM Srt y 30000 IX STAKKS AXD PURSES An old citizen when asked who had elaborate cherry in one room and an- Â¬ WEDNESDAY OCT 2 18S9 tique oak iu Ihe other uruswls carpets beeu proprietors of hotels In Rlclt NEWS PARAGRAPHS SSlTTTJCirr T S B ASSOCIATION throughout iubide shutters ace cur- moud within his recollection recalled LEXINGTON OCT 14 to 19 Bonlanger was defeated in the Young Charlie Bell who accidental Â¬ tains mantels handsome vraler set Patrick Henry Davenport Mr Shack Â¬ 0F elford Mrs Reed Mrs Allison Henry Frem h elections 4 ly shot himself Saturday afternoon iu and everj thing complete lJoa4ay October 14th The bed moms on Ihls floor are fur Evans El Jarmsn Mrs Robinson Lexington died Hundny Special Stakes 3 year olds 25 nom- Â¬ Calhoun and Williamson the nWied iu flue style with clmrry oak aud Tom Bufonl at the old Madison inations - 35 Lewis D Crawford of Cincinnati and maple consting Georgia duelists have been taken Ashland Stakes yearlings 3 nom- Â¬ df btliead House but not in the order named who was knkrd from a train at washstand inations to Alabama fox trial having 550 wardrobe dresser cbnlrx Sam Edgar Mrs Allison Shackel Â¬ Special Stakes 4 year olds 20 nom Â¬ Wllmore Jet samiue county ou Fri Â¬ table and eight pieces of cliiun ford Curl Dryden Jack Ballard Mrs fought in that State 0 his own selection for which he paid 1O0O inations 4lfl day died tiunday Every room In Ihe houe has lis Webster P P Ballard H O Bax- Â¬ CASE and rjot liberal discounts that Purse 1000 H30 Class Trotting- Tlfe Northwestern Farmer J B Hutchinson at old Local Produce Markets A uit has been Bled to declare void outside windows and transoco there- Â¬ ter Tncsday October 15th he proposes to give to his customers heretofore a Republican paper the preferred stock of the Covington fore thoroughly lighted and ventilated Francis House J C Hendren BY COVINGTON WEEKLY CORRECTED Guaranteed Stakes 220 class 14 GROCERS MAIN DRO Â¬ Webster has flopped and sajs high protec- and Cincinnati Bupem lou Bridge On every floor Ibem are btbs and Andy Elder Mrs ARNOLD S nominations horses to be named STREET RICUND KY Oct Carpen- Â¬ tive tariff will not do 5000 Company aud to sell the bridge nnd marble wah basins Tlie windows K Turner Sam Myers Lexington Stakes 2 j ear olds 149 Richmond KV Oct i 1SS9 brass hoisting ter I D Smith Ballard BlggeretaQ its franchises for the benefit of the have the improved - 2000 nominations Beef Cattle Butcher fc George Francis Train tho bril common stockholders Wilkerson Garnelt Shirley J W springs instead of cord and weights m Hogs 442C 224 Class Trotting October Purse loco liant eccentric has been sent to Neat linen rooms are placed lit proper Hart at Garnelt House Green Wood Wednesday 16th Sugar Cured Hams 142150 INVITES YOU TO EXAMINE THE For lack of time the trial of Combs intervals on every floor Mrs Webster P P Ballard H N jail in Boston lnr debt lie de Bacon Hams Country Free For All Pacing Johnston ami Wall charged with the Mur lights the public by annonncing Barnett 5C Cured The third floor is devoted exclusively Wells at Wells Hotel Ltlxon -- Purse 1000 barred Butter iu Powell county has to bed room beautifully carpMed aud pliyi John Jarman at Richmond i murder of iS2oc Stallion ritakes 125 class 18 nom- Â¬ his intention of remaining there 1 00 Chickens inations 50 I 75 been continued to the next term of well furnished with all the light aud air Hotel J B Willis Mrs Williams B looi2jc Kentucky Stakes 3 yeaw 86 nomi- Â¬ Iioo Egg The Utah Commission believes court and the prisoners returned lo of the second floor Tlie forjth floor A Patterson at St Nicholas Wheat 70c nations 750 3 Wo have been handed an invitation that polygamy continues in the ML Sterling for snfe keeping Comlw is likewise well equipped The views 25 Flour iiiiiuiiiiiiiii- iThursday October 17th t 752 00 Corn per barrel confeesses the killing of Rne In gilt ou fancy paper that reads as Territory and that it should not be from the windows of tlie third and Clas Trotting Pujse 1000 Hay per 100 Its 75oo i27 Clasf Trotting folluWa HE CAN FIT ALL SIZES AND AGES -- Purse admitted into the Union as a Stale 1500 Oats in sheaf per 100 S 40c 221 The wife of Peler King nilrnad con fourth floors tire remarkably flue Look may be safely called 45000000 bushels lug over the immediate housetops the toe Troting class and conditions to be Lard SOCIAL AND COTIMXN PARTY WITH EVERY QUALITY OF GOODS Phoenix hotel Purse announced later Some well posted gentlemen are dis Tallow Mr Fletch Marcnm editor of tractor stopped at theInst superb residences the woodland aud 34C Match Yearling Stake A Patron 2000 week fihe Lexington one night posed lo put the figures as high as Beeswax the Cutlettsbnrg Democrat is a blue grass pastures beyond and the coins a Wilton colt 5000 in niclit and turned on 60000000 The Pioneer Press estimate Feathers candidate for Sergeant at Arms of arosebut the finding match forgot the vast stretch of country around are be- Â¬ Friday October 18th Meal not gas to however is 45000000 bushels The Oats the State Senate We do not shut oft the gas and came near losing fore you Even the mountain twenty jter bushel Purse 1000 3o4oc 217 Class Pacing two Dakotas where except in the Red Orchard Grass -- lurse 75 240 Class I rotting- know of any man who would bet- Â¬ her life The lim Iy breaking opm of miles away to the east are observed 1000 IS THE valley and some scattered sec Â¬ German Millet - ear qIds- river 150 Bluegrass Stakes 4525 in bold outline ter fill the place 1 00 v fl a door saved her Timothy Seed tions the yield will not exceed half a Saturday October 19th From the office a broad flight of Clover Seed 5 75 crop may be expected Ao turn out 25 COMING I10HE TO SETTLE Purse S15O0 OLDEST CLOTHIER IH RICHfUIOHD 219 Class Trotting- Dr W W Keen the distinguished half a dozen steps ascends to the din Â¬ Oats in sheaf Stallion States 230 clas 30 nom- Â¬ 000000 bu Iiwa Is certainly good for Choice blue grass seed Philadelphia surgeon will contribute ing room which is entered through inations 1750 Si 00 at least 25000f0 mere while Wiscon Red top seed Major BHrke is on the way from to Harpers Magnzlne for Octolier a pa Â¬ massive oak doors with gla si panels Futurity Stakes 3 ear oids 650 And knows precisely what you want lbtatoes 50 sins yield will be 14UO0O0O to 20000 SweetPotatoes Loadttn to his home in New Or per upn Recent Progress in Surgery Immediately within the room is a The pleasure of your company Is Irish 25 Entries to Purses close Saturday Sep- Â¬ leans declares that he will be in which he point nut the astonishing novel screen consisting of a grand respectfully requested at a Grand 000 bushels This gives 110000000 to tember 2Sth Low excursion rates on all ab e 10 explain away the charges advance in tills department of umli double mirror alike on both tides six Social and Cot illon Parly to be given 115000000 bushels as tlie entire cropÂ¬ Suits OvsraoaU Pants Tobacco Market railroads P Ladies free on first day made against him as Treasurer of cine He maintain that America feet high by five wide with heavy oak at Ihe Frauds House on the 22ud for the five States Minnesota Wiscon Louisville PJOHNSTON President Dakota and South Bytiluier A Durrett Louisville lobacco sin Iowa North the State of Louisiana He is a can rightly boast of playing the chief frame in the shape of a horse shoe Feb I860 En A Tipton Secy Lexington Ky Ware House Dakota And this Is a conservative good man and we dont believe he role in effecting the changes that lias It cost 230 The d iuing roorc is fifty aiAftAasns Sales on our market for Ihe piW i5 7 exceeding the yield of lst estimate feet square with a twenty foot ceiling Gen John Miller Chris Coviugton taken place week iuxt closed amount to 2724 htnN has gone wrong year by less than 12000000 bushels with receipts for the same period 294 and seven Iaige windows Tlie chairs while many estimates are claiming hhds iSules on our market since Jan- Â¬ It seems that the moonshiner is not are oak of new design with high back P T Stephenson C Field Jr FOR THE XEW CONSTITUTION II conducting his illicit buUeF8 in the and cane seat The tables are ash Jas B Miller Jr ThnmpBurnamJr that there will be a difference of at least uary 1st amount to 1034J3 hllds Sales CH Christopher 20000000 bu hels In the wheat crops of the crop of 188S to date amount to BT Gentry The work of casting up the fig- Â¬ mountains only but has been discover- Â¬ There are four extensive brasc chande- Â¬ Martin Gentry 3521 lihd Ool W HoHowny ed at work within fifty miles of the liers for the two years These figures are ures of the August election vote Tlie market for hurley tobicco durCyrus Park Riwland based uton Ihe best light obtainable nl ing the week has been without any of the FOR for Constitutional Convention has metropolisat an early State Bat unlay Ou the same floor Is the autryj Col RG Burton ColGraClny Â¬ morning the present lime Tlie result of the new features The range of values been completed There were rec ment official headedhour the Govern- china room kitchen aud other room Wm M Stone Emmett Harris threshing nut not be relied upon for which has been current for two week by Wood Dun istered 246700 votes and 1S02S1 lap discovered in the hills of Nelson all furnished with the latest aud most Col CWhite are Arch Maupin anything like definite figures aud It ptstbiddingmaintained with probably appliance approved fixtures and The little less regular The the were for the Convention A PROFUSION OF- county an illicit distillery that was run proprietors mean to bake ill their Cl JBMcCreary Ed WTurner will be several weeks yet before full growing crop lias been housed rapidly D L Russell It will soon be time to talk upon a pretty large scale and had evi- Â¬ breads and cakes The kitchen is in D W Irvine lhreher reports can be obtained St in Ihe past leu days and much Ihe offers at private sale The undersigned G Sam Roberts John Bennett about delegates to the Constitu- Â¬ dently been In operation up to n few greater part of it is now in the barn Paul Pioneer Press Aug 29 the new and beautiful two story frame charge of Mr James Testers of Cincin- Â¬ tional Convention fairly rep residence situated on West Main street Democrat Hteam Press priut Tlie following quotations hours before the arrival of the officers nati a professional cook resent our market on Burley tobacco next to Dr Fosters residence This About three thousand gallon of beer Descending to the basement which THE KBBKL BK1GADIERS Trash Dark and damaged tobacco building which is conceded to be the WASTE OF HEALTH RELIGIOUS twenty of wlihky and the distillery may be reached from the inside by 2 60 to most beautiful frame house in Madison 100 and appurtenances were destroyed but county was erected last spring contains Colory Trash 450 to 750 Lou of IXIa for Which Modern CI rU tat ton Those individuals so offensive the operators of the establishment as several stairways or from the outride Rev L H BlantonD D will preach CO to seven large airy rooms kitchen four halls Is Responsible Common Lugs not colory 4 EXTENSIVE LINE OF through tlie Third street entrance the at Ford on Sunday to northern ideas are bobbing up usual escaped Advocate store room bath room eight closets ve- Â¬ Our elaborate oodo of by laws for 6 00 barber shop in charge of the popular randa in front rear porch and good cei Colory lings 3 00 to 1100 Â¬ the suppression of holiday recreations somewhat numerously on the ReKansas Citys Police Commissioners lar good cistern new buggy and coal Common Leaf 800 to 13 00 Aunt Dinah Young colored of tonsorial artist Joe Macky the bar hare instructed the Chief of Police to can still be circumvented by the re- Â¬ publican side of the house Malione Medium to good leaf 13 00 lo 1800 house fine stable and all other necessary sources of opulence and the well Louisville who was bom in Albe- Â¬ room iu charge of Mr Charle i Lamb 18 00 to improvunents received the Republican nominaThe lot is Select or wrappery leaf pool room suppress the Salvation Army of that city known hopelessness of any other ex Â¬ 3300 of Newport the tion for Governor of Virginia and marle county Va in 1776 died Fri Â¬ several sample billiard and storage as a nuisance room cold pedient has stimulated a race for 70s260 Feet Well Drained now General Chalmers is put up day The recordi of her birth are still AND EVERYTHING ELSE f A protracted meeting will begin at the wealth which does not hesitate to atÂ¬ in existence Her birthplace was the bath and wash roomi are ranged con- Â¬ by the Republicans of Mississippi veniently arouud The billln d room Christian church in Kirksvillc Sunday tain its object at any riskof social or LIVE STOCE MARKET PEE0BT I also ouVr for sale pmately the follow- Â¬ for Governor of l hat State It has farm of Col Clifton Sheltnu to whom is commodious and well lighted has night October EJIHKY By UIUSENE The number Preaching to be done sanitary consequences come to look as if tle Rebel Brig- her parents belonged and at au early two tables and two dozen large arm by Prof C P 5th of infants which the superstition of LI e Stock Commission MercltniiUut Cincln ing described property Williamson age unit Union Shirk Yjrvls nnd Covington adiers are to have the pie no Oil she was transferred to the home of chairs Tlie bar room Is a model of tho Ammonites sacrificed to Moloch is block YHnlt Wm Shelton where she remain Howard Pyle has visited the quaint a more trifle compared with the multi- Â¬ matter whose pie it is or how it is ed as home servant Col Wm Khel elegance The sideboard of antique Two New Swelling louses CiNciJCtATiOiuo September30 1SS9 Pennsylvania town of Ephrata the home tude of children now devoted to a far cut of the 10 u was a famous soldier and was an oak reaches from tide to aid SHIPPING CATTLE of the German Baptist sect called the tnoro cruel fate by being literally army companion of the late Dr C C room and from floor to ceiling and is Dunlters or Tunkers and he will furnih drudged to death in crowded factories Good to Extra I 4 o 4 25 and Lots is lUdmond E7 PIE AXD PATRIOTISM Graham in the North western Indian surmounted by a magnificent mirror a picturesque sketch of tlie people their to enable a millionaire to save a few Fair to Good 3i 3 75 The two f tory frame dwelling No 224 2 50 2 7S fixlO feet The counter is mahogany Common and Rougfci If tfeere are aiy doubt of Gen Ilrad war She was converted aud joined The beer Coolei is a massive aflair of cuttoms and their town together with dimes on his weekly pay roll and add a Good to Extra Oxen 35 3 50 on Second strctt is situated in a beautiful few per cent to the exorbitant rato Fair to Good Oxen many illustrations in the October Num 27 13 d mlttem in the distribution 01 the BaplNt church in 1632 at the time oak 3 00 residence portion of the city and contains of his yearly profits In times Common and Rough 2 oo 2 25 six rooms a kitchen hail above and below ber of Harpers Magazine patfHige is Kentucky especially in of the falling of a shower of stars often Descending to the sub basement an two story back porch and nice store room of general scarcity the market spoken of by old people in this section BUTCHER CATTLE tills teei a rem me of lite appoint Good cistern stable and all A called meeting of the Presbytery cl has been drained of its scant sup- Â¬ Good to Extra extensive department Is found divided Midway Clipper I3 Cotf 3 75 attached improvements Lot meWa that lm e been innde will goon necessary is 60S200 trying to Fair to Good divided so ri to accommodate Louisville was held in the second Presby- Â¬ plies by speculators 15 and sub 3 ilN stftate litem foot Garrard county the 2 S5 W G Blnikl D D In Har the general stores of which there are terian church at 11 oclock yesterday coin gain from tho distress of their Extra Fat Steers Prof 01TE ST0RT COTTAGE on Orchard home f Bradley has practicnlly reÂ¬ pers Magazine for October will call 2 6o Fair to Good Steers now 2600 worth the furnaces aud morning for tlie purpose of examining fellow men and risking after all to bo Good to Extra Cows This lias three rooms street No 2 40 ceived all ttt Hie pie Boyle and LI11 the attention of the American foiled by the decay of their hoarded Fair traveler kitchen back porch storeroom and veran- Â¬ freight and Mr Eugene Bell of Shelbyville touching v 2 oo lo Good Cons coIh Uxe etteh leen au aided two lit- Â¬ to A Coruer of Scotland worth Know Â¬ the elevator that carries da cistern and other improvements Lot 1 35 O baggage to any flNir above that is his qualifications to become a minister of stores or their destruction by fire or Common Cows tle Meva that of iteeesvily could nut ing 13 40120 foot with street in front and I 00 a corner which Is however rap desired It also contains tlie force the church The candidate was present flood Quack nostrums which not ono Rough Cows and Oxen alley m rear well have beeii j4aced elsewhere idly becoming known to sea side visl FEEDERS AND STOCKERS and the examination resulted in his being Intelligent man in a hundred would on privately hesitate to pronounce infinite- Â¬ Good Extra Steers 8eveolee of Garrard nubte fons are toi8 as having the most bracing cli- Â¬ pumps for supplyiug the maiu tank E This property is for sale privately 3 oo 3 25 received under the care of tlie Presbj tery the sixth floor 2 75 G EO II MY1SRS Address ly worse than worthless are sold by Fair to Good Steers 3 go now fed from the puMic crib mid are mate to be found perils and encouraged to prosecute his studies in the Bri 3 00 3 35 ship loads and car loads to disseminate Good to Extra Heifers THE rBOPRIETOnS 15 1S fetteutog HpH Uncle Hams generous tish Isles He refers to North Berwick for the ministry To this end Mr Bell disease and tho seeds ot tho stimulant Common and Thin Stockers 1 35 1 75 larder Boyle and Lincoln must rest 011 the cnutherti roast of the Firth of Casting about for a suitable person will attend Central University at vice and tho saints who contribute COWS AND CALVES content with tuo email offices each Flrt h and the charm and the glory of or persons to lake charge of llie hotel Richmond Ky where he will remain Best Grades 40 oo4j 00 thousands to insure the theological nd will Itoul Jong and loud before ihe place he says lie in its bench the company Anally decided 0ion Mr until his education is completed He is a Fair to Good 30 oo35 00 soundness of the Quaggalla Hottentot 12 00825 00 tMiMtioB8 are improved There aud its link and its islands and Its G W Willis and Mr F H Adair most exemplary youtTg man and comes do not care enough for the physical Common Ualves 4 752 5 00 are 1960 ItejWieH voters iu this sea view and its lawn and its incom- Â¬ both of this place But the former from one of the best known families in health of their own countrymen to Uest VealGood -- OF Fair to 4 oo 4 50 county that wouM like to serve their parable freh air 3 50 hails from Shelbyville while the latter Shelby county Courier Journal 3 50 whisper a word against the lawfulness Common and Heavy Pennell country h sh official capacity and and W Small in their accompanying comes from Carlisle These gentlemen HOGS of the infamous traffic F L Oswald The Lickng Association of Particular draw fet salaries bat things are etdotn iltiftration keen pace with the author leased the hotel and set vigorously to Select Butchers 4 45 M D in Popular Science Monthly 4 50 Fair to Good Packers m 4 45 4 30 what they seem aud 12S of them in revealing the beauties of this cur- Â¬ work to furnish aud open it to the Baptists met at Mt Carmel last Friday Good to Extra Lights and continued in session until Sunday 4 6015 4 7 There Are Quarts and Quarts have been disappointed Dauville ious little conglomerate of a place public Tlie numerous visitors who Eld Benton Light Pigs 4 65 4 45 Editor of the Signs Adveeate Elder Berry How much are thoso have carefully Inspected tho hotel of the Times Jenkins New Yorkprcached the in- Â¬ blackcaps quart deacon The negro Owen Willis who was uuite in their praises of the tastetfend On Wednesday October 2 89 a 0VEL EXTfiRPBISE A so murderously attacked by his step generosity dlxplayed by the proprie- Â¬ troductory sermon other ministers as fol Â¬ Deacon Sanders tho grocer son Jno Tlioma I will sell publicly at oclock my Saturday night tors They have secured the services lows were present Eld A B Francis Twelve cents It b nettling unusual fur newspapers and partially brained so that his phy of Mrs Murray of Louisville as house Â¬ of Virginia Elds R W Thompson and Elder Berry All rightdeocon here to prbtt very ftril reports of extraordi- Â¬ slciau had to remove most of Ihe keeper She comes well recommend Â¬ John P Weaver Indiana Eld S W Pve brought a quart measure along to WAREHOUSE COAL Sawin Ohio Eld John E EubanVs H get em in nary event but they seldom publish crown of hi head is doing very nicely ed Georgia Eld Smith Hawkins Ky II AND LUMBER YARD Deacon Sanders Wall elder Til i tlegaHt bookd The Harrii burg Pa Strange as it may seem we are assured TUB BECEVTION S Chilton Ky licentiate The utmost have to charge thirty six cents for that T lecrara however hits in preparation by the negros physician that with And Tenant Houses At 6 oclock Saxton Troslii orches- Â¬ harmony prevailed throughout the busi full Judge au elaborate Ithtory of the great dis Â¬ no unlooked for complication Ihe aster at JnhnstowH to appeur shortly negro will recover It will be remem- Â¬ tra look positiou iu the alcore com Â¬ ness transactions of the Association The Our object was lo give A girl at Saginaw Mich who Ou H Street near Kentucky Central Our Great Upheaval Sale was a great success iu a KHmptHous volume The work bered that he was struck witli the butt manding Ihe office and for four hours Association will meet next year with the consulted a fortune teller was told by Depot In Richmond Ky the publio the benefit of our advantages in our purchases We have Milt be written by the editor of the end of an ax and the entire crown of their inspiring strains reverberated church at Salt River Anderson county the latter to let her wear her 100 dia- Â¬ 6 Terms made kuuwii ou day of pHper from personal knowledge and a his head broken and mashed in The through the labyrinthine edifee An on Friday before 2nd Saturday in Septem- Â¬ mond ring for a fow days and sho T E BALDWIN sold more goods in the last month than we ever did before The dis- Â¬ would charm It so that the girl could tltoroegh acquaintance with the sub brains were scattered about the prem Â¬ appreciative public came witti no di- Â¬ ber Winchester Democrat expectations and after tours find out all sho wanted to The girl ject and the district It will embody ises generally This would have killed minutive tribution was great We have added new friends to our numerous old Dyspepsia FOB SfiLL did so and tho fortune teller left town variouR features necessarily omitted by an onlinary man but the darkey seem Â¬ of observation went away with the We will not stop until every man woman and child that buys ones earlier publications aud be the only ac- Â¬ ed to be nn extraordinary one John the walls of their curiosity somewhat Makes Ihe lives of many people raiser and then it was found that she hod carried away a great many otherthlngs curate description of the terrible calam Thomas is Mill in inil awaiting the bulged All departments of tit house able and often leads to We wish lo eell privately M ACRES goods in Bichmond is enrolled as our customer and to accomplish We know of no remedy for to charm ity that destroyed thousands of human result of the injury Danville AdvoÂ¬ were open to Inspection even onto the good blue grass Inud iu MadNnu couu salon du viu aud many a fair visitor Dyspepsia more successful than Hood a i lives Many portraits and views en cate on Four Mile road and Ford nnd this there will be It has been computed that tho who had never before gazed njion the Sarsaparllla It act gently yet surely average Otter creek pike mile from Ford graved by the most emluent nrtits growth of tho finger nail is Tlie Sovereign Grand Iyxlge of Odd composition of what is considered a from original drawings aud photo Â¬ and efficiently tones the stomach and one thirty second of an Inch per weak Fellows In session at Columbus Wed Â¬ hideous den declared it a Joy to be-Â¬ NEW COTTAGE OF 4 ROOMS graphs will be a special feature Noth Â¬ nesday other organs removes the faint feeling or a little more than one and one half declined to change the eligible hold creates a good appetite cures headache inches pei year ing will be spared to insure the highest age kitclion nnd porch Smoke house and The Chief Benson for tho great sno of membership from twenty one to eess ot Hoods Sarsaparllla is found In tho oilier houes Good well nt door two literary and stistic elegance Then eighteen and refreshes ibe burdened mind It THE nop Â¬ The I O O article Uxlt It Is merit that irlns and tho pprinifs for slock Young orchard of wo shall continue to offer to the public the net proceeds from the sale of the ed States expended over F of the Unit Statu of Ohio City of Toleikj The hour of 930 found the dining fact that Hoods SanaparilU actually acÂ¬ choice fruits S2G000J0 the will be applied for the benefit of work Lucus codnty 8 S complishes what Is claimed for It Is what CONCERNING FARMERS past year for the relief of members room floor cleared and waxed the t J B TPIRVINE Streng Never Tires o Giving Bargains Bear in Mind that E the Printers Orphan Children aud Tliis Is a magnificent Frank J Cheney makes oath that has given to thU medicine a popularity and 8- Ford Ky sum and shows band playing aud joyous couples glid- Â¬ sale greater than that of any other sarsapa- Aged Men and Women who suflered Tlie Louisville fall races are in prog he Is the senior partner of the firm of what a grand work the order Is doing ing in graceful curves as if governed We have in tho last few days made many new purchases at our own by the flood We heartily commend F J Cheney Co doing business In IVlcriL VVIIla ner before the public It was ress The grand parade- - of the Patriarchs by the band or Terpsichore the city of Toledo County and State the project to the public and bespeak Militant took place Tuesday Tlie another Belgiums capital gathering Hoods Sarsaparllla- - cures Scrofula Salt price TOE PUBLIO WILL GET THE BENEFIT George Wood lias sold nearly all of pay Ehetun and all Humors Dyspepsia Sick an immense demand fur the book It LouivilIe Legion Four long lines of lady spectators the Indian pofles he brought here aforeald and that said Arm will under command of overcomes That will be well for local canvassers tose- - Col John the sum of one hundhed dollars for deadacbe Biliousness Appetite strength Â¬ Feeling creates an B Castletnan marched at adorned the lour walls aud more thau from Oklahoma at prices ranging front each nre an agency at ouce as the book and every case of Cutarrh that Tired Nerves builds up the Whole System ens tho Ihe head of the column of 20000 as as many gentlemen gathered about 50to100Tlp Brace won the 240 Bold by subscription cannot be cured by the use of A refined christian home for girl Hoods Sarnpariln is soldliyall drug special escort to Under- Â¬ the doors and by turns gazed in upon pacing race at Muflresboro Saturday Iu thfc boarding department tho man- Â¬ lists Stslrfor5 1rcparedbyCIIIood Catakbu Cuuk grace and elegance in 230 It was worth 000 TJiere ners moral comfort and health of the tCa Apothecaries Lower llasj 1 OX DEPARTURE OF JUDGE wood who is Lleuteuaut General of the scenes of FRANK J CHENEY We shall not attempt to enumerate were eleven atarlera the Patriarclts Militant and Grand WHs Duun Yuuiik ladies are nuidt the ppecial 29 29 v eck for ohiha Sworn to before me and subscribed care of experienced ami refined men Sire of the I O O F It was a big the home contribution or fashion plate sold Monday to C C Sandidge one iatkCXStL Â¬ Itj Tat In the literary depart- Â¬ and women Mary Magow d Sateeji Gingham or Oalico I am by Barney in my presence this 6h day of Decemstallion P- Hon W B Smith thing for tlie Louisville boys to have even the visitors Miss ment all pupils both primary and col A Dress be it Silk Satin Woolen ber A D 86 r the place of highest honor among a au Miss Lucy Chenauit Albs Jennie Wilkes dam by Belbrino by Patchen brought under Ihe instruc Â¬ Itiriale are UMCMHaMiBlpn was culled to the -the one you want to see A W GLEASON Dur- Â¬ Fox Miai Hattie Owing- of 31 1 Ster- Â¬ for 500McMurtry the tion ofcompeteut and cultured teach We Hre authorized tonnnouncetlieper on better B Smith stated the multitude of gallaut regiments wl oe names ore found beliwy for tlio offices era Special attention given to Music J seai jKotarary Public Indicated subject to tbo uclloji ot by Gen Underwood was tho Donio nnd Art Terms na reasonable na nuy If you want any Domestics I am the one yoa want to see degsrrt Rocftieeting whereupon A ing the paradehis horso and seriously ling Mis Katie Helm Ellznbetlitowu gelding sold to a New Orleans partyrace Miss Mamie Blaydes Hot Fpiluge thrown from W T Guest won a lime quarter ona- ttchool of iqisl grade in th Stale Ses Bennett Haixs Catarrh Cure Is taken in cratle party I Very teroally aud acts directly on tlie blmd Ark Miss Jessamine Wlltmniv Miss at Chicago reciwtly in 114 lillCIHnai2nju were appointed a injured lou opens Sept 0ii I8S9 and closes If you want any Cottonades Towels Linensj or anything in the Dry FOB COUNTY JOUOE t i Mary Annie Wilimore Mist Mattie fast time- - Danville Advocate 14 17 i June Chi 1830 and mucus surfaces of the system r t t c urn it suitable resolutions On Friday afternoon some boys out s JOHN C CHEN AULT- i Goods line I amlh one you want to see Williams of NicholaBvUle Mist Jessica CMTu aotifsu then adjourned until Sat- - bunting found the corpse cf a large The Lawrencebdrg Newo tya Send for circulars free Campbell of Wheeling W VU Mhs for county attorney CO Hon- - A- - R- - Buruara pre mulatto man very much decomposed F J CHENEY Monday being the last County Court If you want a good Suit of Clothes for a Man Boy or Child I am the KJ--Su JASULL1VAN Toledo Ohio tue following resolutions which floating in Salt river about a quarter of Jesie Williams of Cyntlrtana were of day for the business wmi lively for the one that will suit you 16 20 ere unanimously adopted a mile above the Perryville toll gate the visitors colt trade Pi Ices ranged from fTSold by Druggists 75c FOR SHERIFF Noticeably among the gentlemen mule 45 to 90 and buyers were present J The purpose of the Hon Charles H The body was dressed in a seersucker W BALES If you want any Shoes Slippers or anything for foot wear I am tho were Judge J R Morton Islington x Having taken a thorough course In from this Mercer Kelson and Shelby eck to permanently remove from the coat and vest calico shirt and dark PRIMARY ELECTION t Judge A E Richards of Lculsville counties AT V Roark manager for Kindergarten under Miss Adams of FOR COUNTYCLERK st Kentucky aud make his future pants stufled in boots about No 12 one you want to 6ee Judge Chester E Roes of Wiichester Lexington I will open U Ed Murphy the distiller bought from le cUv of Omaha having The body bad evidently been iu the It is unanimously ordered by the U W HILL Campbell of Washington If you want a Hat I can Hat you K ysiiovnJmowIedge we the mem water for several days and there were Mr Dick John Bell of Shelby 50 ewes at 350 Detriocrntlc Committee of Madison On Monday September 9 89 FOR JAILER City Messrs Warren Stoner J D per head Between the 25tb of this county that a poll be opened at the le- Â¬ strong suspicions of foul play In a W13U Till VIUIUJ If you want a Oarpet am yourCarpetMan JOHN WAGERS iOHH EQAH tfea tfae l1KUClaracler 25000 gal place of voting In each of tlie Dis- Â¬ JAMBSF C LACKEY neighboring corn field were signs of a Butier Joe Armstrong of Paris Ixiuia month and the 1st of October a Fchnol at my home on Third Street Lake Cynthiana June Stone A large and well ventilaled room will If you want any Elannel Over Shirts drGndefweaifoT any kind I will manifold rela- - desperate struggle the corn being will be paid to the farmer of Anderson tricts of Madison county on Saturday SAMUEL BIUUEROTAFF Va-- 8 he built et peciully for this purpose S FERHELL cd toward us mashed down and blood was found vllle H U Hanger Stanton Mis Â¬ October 12 1889 lielween 7 oclock a ZT7Z for mule colts Wm Willis of TIUWAP For further liifrmallnn apply to Georgetown J D ColKn fix you AJBROADDUH upon the ground in several places A Curtis souri bought of Ed A Long of this M and 6 oclock p M for the purpose Miss LOULA BRONSTON Shelbyville GEORGE W MATiriN 650 He v as of nominating n Democratic cadldute 6- Upon the right side of the head were piece a fine Jack at 130 ft Third Street JOHN CURRY The programs were elaborate four shipped yesterday to Mr Willis west for Comity Judge County Attorney three distinct gabes and the left side fronts exhibiting a brlstols the FOR ASSESSOR For Prices I refer you to- - my locals found olsewJrajih this paper above the ear wns mashed Iu ae with page em home and Is sure In attract atten- Â¬ bheriff Jailer County Clerk Supcrln Having taken a thorough coarse In Pome heavy blunt Instrument Had it view of the hotel In golden sutiiet hues tion for he is one of Ihe choice animals terdentof Schools Ass essorCoroner and A WILLOUOHBY as a sample of what I will do- Law Prices Polite Olerks aud n 1 mnrder lo cast the body Into the FnAGMirNTS Kindergarten undi r Mfcs Adams of WJHARVEY of this State Jno McBrajer bought Purveyor lo lie voled forbt August elec- Â¬ ThaSlnger Manufacturing Company Ijexinglou I will pen C R TUDOR is building u machine with Hand Good Goods are any inducement GENi4 near would have been au easy The solid silver ware of wblijli there Monday 16 mule colts at from 80 In tion 1890 At said primary all Demo- Â¬ JOELTEUBRY dont fail to coma ro the GREAT AMachnipiiU nnd lorable specially Oa Maaday SDptemlisr 9 89 Linen retrcProner Kibta impaneled a is a quantity was furnished by D P 78 J A McBrayer Jr also UiurIiI crats who have heretofore acted with CONWAY DOZIEK adapted fur invalid- - travelers c to BA UGAIN SALE which now begins 10 or 12 and Frank James of Mercer 10 lopwjirnpiijfclberemnjns on Saturday Armer the Democratic partyt and young men coot 25 cu h Any ono biting a farms cml nthX verdict in accordance Gentry furnished the bought 12 or 15 at from 60 to S5 and who hall arrive at age before August FOR COUNT SUPERINTENDENT Shackelford it frMel at my home nn Third Street machine ol ihlx typo will please leave A lares ami werlvontilated room will HARRIS order nt the cifflee 13 First street ntcrf mantels and they are handsome ones McMickin Bros of Nelson also Jsev election 1890 and who agree lo sup- Â¬ J in survey of lands bo bulk especially for tbii purpose A mystery The china is of the Greenwcbd style eral good ones at top prices The mule port the nominees of the party shall be MRS A T MILLION J FStonk ties or Kentucky For furfier information apply to coll sales this year have been generally entitled to vole C D Cixekault P 8 It Is sold only by order not mee City Hall Itfem Sve oar and pretty Miss XOrfLA J3RON8TON FOR COUNTY SURVEYOR kept Jn rtock Jr F 8- l acope to - Mrs Edna Bowman Rev Thomas at better prices than heretofore The Aug 6 1889 Chairman 9- SMNTliirdtreeL a a wjnniAusoN --40 9 17 Upon the basis of a 51 JbcU MailBPAKBIBHCummins Conductor Butler viTeaud prices were IfefcMi 5f- - Go S Poweu Chas A R Buusam J Tlie meeting then adjourned Jno IIhnnktt I Committee I waiting room adjoining the parlor is a scm with large windows looking into Maiu street beautiful carpet chairs divans and marble top The three children Mr D It Form an and wife Mrs Lall Dr A E Anltz Dr BM Letcher Mr W G White Mr H L Perry Mr Lane wife and son of the K C D P Armer andwifeO H Clieuault John Bennett J K Falconer T E Arnold and others are boar Â¬ Â¬ lr Â¬ RJ Re mare mule being worlhffTO with Ave to ten dollars an inch rtnier off wiliiiiW say three inches of thatnieasuremeut elthewway Mr T B Rlfy shipped to Chicago Monday In charge of Row Warren fourteen car toads ot cattle about 220 in number bought sometime ago from Thos KcMurry W H1 CroM fleld Jas Bond anil others They averaged about 1250 pounds nnd cost Mr RIpy from 350 to 4 00 er cwt Tlie harvest of small grains In Ihe Northwestern States is now about two thirds overf the jnlysectloti Iu which there remains much grain to be rut being In the cnuullet bordering on Ihe Red river Valley and In North pakotn generally north of the Northern Pacific railroad In that region tlie harvest is about half over and it will bo all completed two to three weeks earlier lhau last year There has been very little threshing done but where the threshers have been set at work the re- Â¬ sults of the threshing have generally exceeded expectations The reports concerning the Minnesota wheat crop grow brighter and brighter every day The largest crop that Minnesota has ever produced in past years was In 1886 when the number of bushels of wheat raised was nearly 43000000 according This years to theulllcial estimates crop will doubtless exceed that one by two or three millions of bushel and fc Wednesday afternoon about 3 oclock John Compton colored stmt ami nan- gereusiy aleoTcoIored ji wouuueu ihhum t Leesburg a negro set this county tlement near Nevada Compton had for some lime uiected his wile of being unfaithful to blraand hiding in his garden at the lime men tinned he saw Gregory meet Bis wife aud then had jxsitlve assiiranceCflTie criminal relation between ihem He fired at Gregory four times fhootltig him through the head Compton had several times warned the other man not to come about Ills house buf the The warning whs passed unheeded slayer at ouce came to town told the circumstances and gave himself up His preliminary trial coinea tip on Monday Hurrodsburg Democrat rjij KENTUCKYS GREAT 3 TROT JAS STOM OFFERS TO TEH PUBLIC T WENTYEACES 20000 WORTH CLOTHING a 1 H1 STOUFFER 1 targost and Most Complete Stock in Richmond 503 J i5oc ioo S5C 1 STOUFFER K4 5o5 ari hk h Elegant Prince Alberts IE RESIDENCE Nobby Cutaways New Cuts in Sacks -- JR Â¬ S A LB I HATS IN ALL THE NEW STYLES UNDERWEAR Â¬ NECKWEAR Â¬ -- wm Jl STOTJFFBE JB 11s mm I Mm H his Mmw M Â¬ T GOES IN DEEP THE RESULT IS GOOD 1 Â¬ tltr Jeph klEilyPrfrlj i THE PUBLIC IS BENEFITTED AS ITS SERVANT 5a JStrengs Aim Is Accomplishec sale-15-1- Â¬ SILL FMi HO LET UP ET THE BARGAINS J Mm Foils klitie t OOj Balls oinctnna rmgc i J- IF YOU WANT three-year-ol- - four-year-o- ld - ANNOUNCEMENTS - llrMTTBB Ja LlJjj KIIDERARTEI Mtab jr JT I Please Bead If a j E JSTRENG Stmt u HE CLIMAXM EDNESDAY J iew resiociicc rrd Sec local Twcsly - it Jt Aral fellows n va Vi XT - see notice of Mrs new fall millinery Bins tidies law firm i dissolved of Parrish See notice Turaer ha decided to re- - their old J tricks again Covington fS Mitchell clothiers and dealers in gcrfci furnishing goods have come fcrwarc this season with a great Tariety and th latest styles The people have caught on to their racket and are dropping in every day to see them The success of this firm demonstrates what pluck and printers ink will do New Coal Yard iJ have beenaughUat The pebble -r III special train on Thursday carried The ary or fifty colored people from Rich- - Mrs Maggie Watts hat urn 13 a J nond M A PoweH will sell at auction Ir n Saturday at x oclock his stock of i at Inion City V M Merer Mattie Shiffletis seriously ill of uSet on HaMie street ai tnc uumc w uuu Messrs C T Wells Co have bought the improvements and lease of Myers Carse corner of Main and B streets next to Second Presbyterian church and will next week open a new coal yard Mr Wells has been a resident of Rich Â¬ mond for some time and is well known tqeverybojy You will hear from them next week Myers Carse will remove their office to their planing mill Coi- n- to Iiddlrsbofongb Messrs A Lowe and jEverctt M Huguely now with the drug house of Mr Charles E Smith of this pjace have decided to move to Middlesborough the new and growing town near Cumberland Gap They have given an order for a house to be built and will remove thither so soon as it is done which will be some time in November They mean to do a drug business We recommend them to the people of their new home The Berea colored Fair Madison coun- Itvs fourth fair for the season wHl begin jto morrow and coitinue tlirce days G B Million shipped six hogsheads of J Minion tobacco to Louisville and a car of cattle to Cincinnati last week C - Wilns Hisle and family have re- rreJ nto the residence on Breck street j mzzzS b Judge C II Breck and family M- At Squire Williss sale on the loth he c2cr h s Peavine mare with Vandal W Les mare colt ana a laay s saddle r 3 rcire TM i I 1 Mrs Kitty Hisle will offer for sale pub- Wednesday Oct i6th ewes cattle household One half mile tn tTietits College Hill on Muddy Creek c -n Mr John F Wagers and iamny have cme m Irom Waco and occupy the res idence out on the Irvine turnpike known Simmons place where Rev Wil- as lan Crow recently lived Ie For Bellerne Dr H R Gibson of Red House will leave for New York this week where he will take a post graduate course in medi Â¬ cine at Beellevue Dr Gibson came here from Virginia something more than a year ago and entered at once upon a good practice He is a graduate of Van derbilt Nashville and now proposes further perfecting himself Upon his re turn he will locate ia Richmond having formed a partnership with Dij Will Jen Â¬ nings Off C M Clay Jr and wife enter- U cJ Mr J O Erabry and other guests 2a v evening at tea Anion other y de cat cs served were strawberries of the I scconJ crop of which quite a quantity Bour- were rased on Mr Clays farm I bon News i Mr Mf ward Brow with Buchanan G eecaf has received a letter from par- Â¬ it Mr R A Patterson who has kept the Seeral of the boys are taking in the Patterson House on Main street below Winchester Fair is now on our counters ready for inspection and sale It contains all First for two ijears has leased the St Uncle Pike Oldham had a valuable Nicholas Hotel formerly the Willis the newest things in fabric cut and make Wide Wales Diagonals horse to die last Thursday SHIRTS House Mrs Williams who has been Cassimeres Cheviots etc in one three and four button Cutaways proprietor for a year will return to Win Jas Cornelison is building a handsome two story residence in Bybcetown Chester from whence she came accom and double breasled Sack suits We invite an inspection FROM panied by her two daughters and son Our 25c Handkerchiefs Jidge HisleJs receiving bids or the Mr Patterson will aim to run a erection of a church near his home Mssoun thanking him for the good ies 1 are daisies 50 house and to that end has TO manner ia which he embalmed bought a lot of new carpets furniture Bum Zittcl was in Knoxvillc Tenn tc A NO c Our 35c Handkerchiefe corpse recently sentfrom this place He will continue to run the Patterson last wrek with a car load of stoneware sar tnai ii was ia perfect condition House on lower Main street where he has A certain young business man of our are unequakd upon arrival We have a well selected stock of Childrens and Youths Clolhins made money town weais cotton behind his ears to pro- Â¬ We carry the FINEST aseort- We carry a tect his spectacles Pablie Sale in long and short pant suits and if we do say it ourselves they are Rnjijon Sale STOCK in Central Kentucky Six miles of the Waco and Red River J A Coumbus and C T FrazTer will They range in size from 4 to IS years iment of Silk Handkerchief beauties every one of them Gen James S Runyon Laving sold his I on Oct nth sell cattle horses hogs turnpike have been completed and toll etc property left on Saturday for Clarksville 35 fine- Mothers give us a call is collected at gate near here Henry 1 locker tresspass 10 at te ate home of their father J B Tennessee where he will spend the win Â¬ Sheltod Parks receiving stolen prop- Â¬ F ai er deceased 5 tnMes east of Rich- - ter T L Todd has accepted a situation as mJ Mackey has bought the Cincinnati drummer with the wholesale grocery His farm of 300 acres was bought by erty one month in jail W II Curran unlawful sale of liquor Wabash and Michigan Mr Joe Gentry at 31 per acre Corn in house of Barnes Utter Co Cincinnati Art Room 5o the field broughti25 to4150 Hogs Contracts have been awarded for the and is now on the road soliciting orders Bill Lewis robbery two years in the M ss Katie Helm has secured a room sold for 450 This is encouraging as Bowling Green and Northern railroad penitentiary beueT nes t3 Madanc BredclHs studio and thotctwo articles have been entirely too Lil Jones larceny acquitted on the Work began yesterday on the north ope J with nine pupils in drawing well but other low Cattle did not sell Mr Fee has been on the sick bed and grounds of insanity and ordered to the side of town through Hercdons property pa -- g and modeling last week Others property dKl 9 gains strength slowly by Mr Lamberts force asylum 1 ve aJJed to the ln t this week The Generals nephew from Clarksville Owsley Covington Ben Tribblc for Fred McCollum has gone to Boston to spent a month with him and aided in It is believed in railroad circles that the Sale Day Cbanged the Pragheimer robbery two years in school of civil engineering East Tennessee Virginia and Georgia attend the winding up his affairs As 1ie Democratic primary election penitentiary and Bill Ellis same case A f TXnnA TrT-n Til a UbIIUVU hJUOLIJUAUt C nnnn We have them ior driving riding the street the ball or the Miss Flora Cone with her cousin Miss AUU will buy the Kentucky Central JU 11 U Utn tl UIAIUq UU11M l AValunxuJ w jc licli on Saturday October 12th oie year Xcir Law Firm Foster from New York is visiting friends M- - C T Wells Cotton and Cheviot reception A fine line of has changed the date of King Todd two cases filed away and Neckwear The finest that money can bay The Harrodsburg accommodation has The P AR of in this place been restored on the Louisville Southern hj2et Tuesday October 15th Re torneysfirm law C has dissolved Bumam at Â¬ bond forfeited in two cases Hats Youmans Stetsons and a fine line of Crush Goods ia Mr A R at rccn rr 1 u day and date Tuesday Oct Miss Minnie Stowe has come to spend Sam Ellis not guilty and white winged peace hovers over that Burnam devoting his time principally to all shapes An excellent assortment of Leather Traveling Bags Green Kavanaugh not guilty the year with her half brother Treasurer village once more if the office of Collector of Internal Reve- Â¬ Dogkins in great variety Ferrins Imported Kids stand in the and Valises Rubber Coats and Hunting Coats P D Dodge James Wright forgery five years Garrard county has offered the Louis- Â¬ nue His ounger brother Mr E T An Aged Tree Isaiah Schooler forgery two years Hand- Â¬ lead as to style and finish We have them in all shades Mrs H G Scott of Horace Kansas ville Southern 100000 to extend to Lan- Â¬ Burnam succeeds him in the law firm A xar tree in the yard of Dr J P Ed Hendricks forgery two years Mercer county is thinking of came last week to place her little daugh- Â¬ caster in and the style will hereafter be C F E some line of Jersey and Scotch Gloves 5c an this place was planted by Dr not guilty ter in school giving 15000 towards the extension T Burnam The office will continue at Harrison Walker forfeit te MQ Ashby years ago a physician J M Todd bond - a J is now seventy nJ4 Mrs Ea Hagin oi Bracken is visiting The last of the three excursions to the AVE CAN AND DO tears old It No wouljFirst Street No tiling we could Shclton Parks unlawful sate of liquor Complete anil Permanent MADAM SCOTT tells Past add to the reputation ot Maj - a crop of pears this season and -West and South will leave Richmond on her aunt Mrs Fee and expects to remain they say 20 In the early part of last-- year I bad Present and Future Events Guarantee Ackers Blood Elixir for it Burnam as a profound law er Mr E c j as sweet and perfect as ever next Tuesday One fare for the round with her during the fall James Preston acquitted has been fnlly demonstrated to the peo Â¬ a violent attack of rheumatism from T Burnam is a oung man but well edu OF- ple of this country that it is superior to W H Curran unlawful sale of liquor trip an exceedingly low rate May be consulted at any hour all other preparations tor blood diseas- Â¬ Rev Mr Craddock of Rockford III which I was counoed to my bed for Select School cated has practiced law a year or two Hunting Mr C M Shanahan at Main Street es It is a txistlve cure for syphiliticÂ¬ r I Green of Connecticut a graduate and bids fair to climb high in the profes- Â¬ Shelton Parks receiving stolen proper- Â¬ been beyond the river atwhose camp has is thetheguest ofonPrincipal morning He three months andbed limes was unable Rooms at 422 poisoning Ulcers Erustions and PimSunday pulpit mouth of Tates filled or even raise the lo turu myself in 5- of Yale College has secured pupHs here sion ty 30 days in jail ples It purities the whole system awl Creek was here yesterday going to his nurse had to be in constant fcr a seect school The College opened la t Wednesday cover A The grand jury found 82 indictments He wHl prepare boys builds up the constitu- Â¬ thoroughly Removed to Omaha CAUTIOX TO MOTHERS new camp at Kings tunnel and says attendance day and night I was so The attendance the very auspiciously tion Sold by W G White prescrip- Â¬ ay for college Has secured the Judge C II Breck wife and work will begin in earnest all along the first day was nearly twice as great as last feeble that what little nourishment I daughters Every mother is cautioned against tion druggist Bis Sale of Town Lots c corner of 4th Avenue and Water as the camps are near left on Monday for Omaha Nebraska took had to be given to me in a cpoon giving her child laudanum or para - recently occupied by Mr Fox The sale of thirty town lots by J T line in a few days 3 ear st-- AUD their future home The Judge has formed Brooks and Dr G W Evans and of two ing completion I was in constant agony and sleep goric it creates an unnatural craving Nice country lard nud meat of all Mr Thomas Bicknell is slowly recover- Â¬ was entirely out of Hie question except for stimulants which kills the mind of klndf new honey milk shake and an advantageous partnership in the prac- Â¬ lot the property of Dr Evans individ Watermelons The Louisville Southern is in a much the child Ackers Baby Soother is cheap croquet sets at A H Lalors Gceral C M Clay noted for having tice of law and his future seems bright ually which had been twice postponed better condition now than ever before and ing from his severe attack of fever which when I was under the influence of speciajly prepared to benefit children 44 17 gave his friends such great cause for opiates aud cure their pains It is harmless rcarwaljly fine watermelons has a late He was bom and reared in Richmond as stated last week finally took place on the Indications are that September will anxiety and contains no Opium or Morphine Get your clothes ready for the laun- Â¬ cr After calling on the best local phy jst getting ripe and they arc beau and practiced law here for thirty years Saturday prove the best month in its history In V G White Prescription dry tf His father before him was learned in the trying all other mediciue3 Sold by Dr G V Holland and wife started for slcluns and The vacant lot 60x200 feet on Main both departments of traffic the company ttso gaze upon Besides they taste as AT Druggist wr as they look It is not often that fine law being Judge of the Court of Appeals strict next to the Baptist church and has had its hands full caring for the move Kansas on Tuesday to make it their without receiving uny benefit I was Donelson has a quantity of new sul of Kentucky Omaha is a splendid field known as the Faulconer lot was bought ment which was larger by far than was home the Doctor feeling the need of a Induced to try Swifts Specific tJ 8 8 Itoad horse trotters and runners kies surries and buggies of the newest watermelons are to be had in October for the employment of such admirable by Mr Brooks for 3000 change in climate I discontinued all other medicines shod in any manner desired I have and most popular patterns and at very Additional expected for several years Seed Wheat Sold legal qualifications as Judge Breck pos Â¬ took a course of 8 8 8 thirteen Jdst received an extra lot of four year reasonable ligures 5- The lot on Water street 30x90 feet equipment has been brought into play The oil borers after reaching a depth aud Farman Chenault Co advertised in sesses As Commissioner of the Court next to the Episcopal church containing and more will be needed if the present small bottles which effected a com- Â¬ old second growth timber for repairing As Receiver in the case of the FarM of about 1550 fert came to a strata of The Climax last week pure Fultz seed and as Judge thereof he demonstrated a new cottage with five rooms and cistern rush of business all over the line continues All work guar- Â¬ Needing tonic orLADIESthat want baBdlng eri National Btnk awl others agatest plete and permanent cure all kinds of wagons children a fine sharp sand saturated with salt and v cat for sale Saturday they ordered excellent qualifications and we shall expect soli to J Stone Waller for 1760 V B White I will ou up should take L J Bassctt anteed at the very lowest prices Shop Its local freight traffic alone is something they have abandoned the work and left BltOWXS IRON BITTERS EI Dorado Kansas back of Brookss drug store f t r3tce discontinued as they had sold much of him in his new home The adjoining lot same size and same enormous while as a part of the Monons the place It It is pleasant to Uike enres Materia Indiges Â¬ TUESDAY OCTOBER 8 1889 lies pect fully tion acd Biliousness All dealers keep it - iioo bushels at 1 per bushel kind of house sold to Dr Evans for through line from Chicago and the North Â¬ Sale of Estate M1DKIFF Sfebly W en you have any thing for sale adver Illi- Â¬ President Fairchild returned from All the ladles will bo at the Grand At about 11 oclock A x eflfer at iSo west rjnd Chattanooga and the South and Ltfcea public sale at the store bouse ef saW The lot on Main street next to Mrs Southwest it has proved more important nois in very poor health and has been Cloak Opening October 11 and 12 at The sale of real and personal property Young man yon should have your White in Richmond his entire stock 15- of D B Willis deceased near Kirksville Hamiltons and opposite the cemetery and valuable than the management of steadily failing since his return His the Palace shirts collars aud cutis Iaundried at as a whole consisting of Postponed on last Thursday was well attended and In the Estill addition 40x80 feet was either road anticipated when the lease friends feel that he cannot long remain tf 10000 worth of the new laundry We will show John G Taylor Rich bought by J R Burnam for 217 with them Tie Clark County Fair and Trotting prices were good was made Col Bennett II Young pre- Â¬ Wraps at the Palace Oc- Â¬ Cloaks and carries im The adjoining lot same size was CLOIHIHG Hirse Association has been postponed The farm of 2 to acres sold to Mr Hen Lalor buys Country Produce I tags mond Ky Miss Maggie S Rawling died Sept 20 tober 11 and 12 dicted that the Southern would do an im 10- mense stocks of Salt Lime i Wednesday 44 17 October 2nd 18S9 on ry B Wiseman of Estill county at 55 bought by Mr Burnam for 226 aud Iron mense business from the very start and after a long and very painful illness The next lot went to S D Parrish for atcoui of the weather the Everything is per acre or 16550 Cement and Fine cigars and tobaccoes at Dluel Hats Caps Trunks and Gents it did but the present movement is sur Â¬ Though her sufferings were intense she IS LIFE WORTH LIVING nc Jerand the meeting wWno doubt The house and ten acres of land wcre- 2cS 15- Machinery and Im- Â¬ prising even to him and will be much bore them with fortitude and spoke cheer- Â¬ liB Furnishing Goods Two lots fronting 30 feet on Estill be a success Not if you go through the world a Go to day and see how purbhased by Mr John Arnold for 200 more so to those mostly interested when fully and calmly of her departure Dinelli ha an abundance of fresh dyspeptic Ackers Dyspepsia Tablets plements Sulkies Gear and yu ite it Fifty acres and a house were bought by Avenue running back 200 feet to Dilling the reports of earnings and expenses for TERMH The above sale will be G a positive Mr W W Baxter of Foxtown at 5630 bans went to I E Evans and W Just forty three years pgo to dHy Jef-Â¬ oysters for his restaurant or your table areDyspepsia cure for thn worst forms the best line of Groceries in made on a credit ot three months wRh Indigestion Flatulency August and September shall have been of 15- White each at oo PbWic Sale or Clothing interest from day of sate purchasers ferson Davis chaig--- l at the head of per acre or 2815 Guaranteed and the market aud Constipation being required to give notes wRh ap- Â¬ Ia the Crow addition the second lot completed Into thj city of Mon- Â¬ Prescription 41- CTmissioner Bumam as receiver in enld by W G While Cows brought 15 to 30 A DOTY TO YOURSELF Bald Receiver re Â¬ For the month 01 luly the following bis command proved security from the dirt road fronting on Irvine Druggist terey t cease against W B White will on 1050 lbs 3Q j earling steers 24- and scattered the Mexican serves the right to reject any or ail bids statement shows what was done It is surprising that people will nse a S D Parrish October Slh offer at pubNc outcry the soldiery like chaff enabling Worth to common ordinary pill when they can Mulcs went at 5o to 130 and 5 sows street 40x100 feet sold to S 9W 51 Passenger earning J S 2TJ3TJL2 Soceivor for 185 2143 43 atorm the Bishops Palace and turn Its secure a valuable EugUsh one for the Freight Earnings- Sallow Complexions st3 k of clothing and gents furnishing at 12 each irI5WkW 1411 07 The fourth same size was secured by Express earnings t rocKiod Faces N B If the above Roods are net Dr Ackers English jWaUrftYA same money I goods at McKees old sUnd corner Main l guns on the Black Fort Whatever Total oi sale 18000 G Sam Deathilall earnings eurnlngtsick-hea- d sold as a whole they wlK be offered for 219 29 positive oills Mr Parrish at 196 Miscellaneous a d First streets The goods invoiced erage auctioneer envy and bate may harbor against the ache tire a all liver cure for They are Cag 2 1 1 J R AGE Remaining unclaimed in the Post sale at auction JRB troubles and The fifth time size by M D Flack TYitjll 32677 80 man they cannot deny that in the Ky week ending It Pimpled Faces Office at Richmond n small sweet easily taken and do not OperallDg expenses 4SJW per ccu- u- 15947 02 18S9 October 1st Sunburn Tan Moth atiiSo A Mechanical Genius field nud in the cabinet Jefferson gripe Sold by W G White Prescrlp Fatdbes Black Heads Wrinkles and all Discoloration AmmennanLuctndaGutton Another lot same size was bought by 16730 83 Miss Susie Net earnings Colts and Fillies of tne Skin qtiicklr restored to healthy natural ccor Davis rendered the Stale some service tiuu Druggist Last week The Climax announced T M Chenault for Hamleton Tennis 197 Courier Journal wiwBcsioa Jann Acc xjjaixr mce uneiOilar Bady Miss Mary Mr J H Edmonson Louisville venerable In his younger days of Tennessee the death in this county of the Send 10 ca to par ice for a small trial bottle free Kendrick J S Baiter Henry Around on Ehn street which runs par- Â¬ w DineHPs restaurant 1 headquarters Cg Wanning Co 170 ClaikSt Chicago Blakerman Bro Kirbr M C be here on Saturday also on Mon Â¬ Charles Searcy We are 40W that Mr Times A Word About Life Size Pictures- allel to Irvine S D Parrish bought a 15- day County Court day to buy a few Searcy hada fine mechanical mind and Martin Mrs Ever for fresh oysters Try them Ballard Mrs C I have been informed by some of the feet on that street and lot fronting m Moore Miss Fannie Lndles call at the Palace before-buyinBates Miss Jane good plainly bred MATRIMONIAL AT strong mare colts that in years long gone by he constructed running back40 feet to the one purchas Â¬ leading people of this town that a tall Parks Gile 100 your Fall Dry Goods aud save Begle Rev J A The Steam Laundry has Aso a few yearling and machines of rare merit One was a ed ty Mr Chenault He paid 152 agent calling on them was shown Bennett Mr Frank Parsley W A picture By Squire Aimer at ihc Hotel Al 15- Cies been completed and vill do money Headquarters at Foxs livery water wheel known the world over as the Carlise Miss Altec rneips A u On the opposite side of Elm George one of mv life size pictures He represent dridge Sunday night Sept 2qth Mr S stable You who hare such stock call and turbine ScanlanJohn wore at tne lowest Fine California fruits grapes apples Davis T W He entiusted the matter of Myers got two lots each ed it as not being a first class picture and P Henlett of Pine Grove and Miss EJiza your 40x140 feet at SeltyerJ W Davis Jeff see him 15- and candies at Dinncllis securing the patent to another man but respectively 110 and said that it would soon fade and also that K Richards of Winchester Ky Attend price Smith Mrs Ann Davis Charles 135 tf somehow or other it got away from him Smith Dave At the corner of Elm and Crow Ave- Â¬ it was not a good picture I wish to say ants Rev Y B Merideth of New Cas- Â¬ Hrecial rates will be given on family Denelzoro Chas Will Open To daj Insure your property in one ofCR Stone C Dunn Rachill The wheel was patented in the name of nue Mr Parrish made another purchase to the people of this town and county tle Ind and C W Daugherty Sherrod washing by the steam laumlry tf Eads Mrs Laura SnyderJ Lew A 7 32 Powells Ten Companies wish to sell privately my farm two The new Preparatory and Gymnasium another and called the turbine Mr years and ex- Â¬ villle Ohio that I have been here ten miles from Richmond near the Irvine Feelnc Miss Dude Todd John X of Central Uniyersity will be formally Searcy constructed a machine that was 47x120 feet for 190 Beefsteak with mushrooms and hot Germany Miss Lucie Wells Mes Fannie turnpike 1 bought the form 29 years Ladles dont forget the Mammoth The third lot on Crow avenue went to pect to stay a great many more I have opened to day at ten oclock PIED- Brief ad perpetual motion It would run wftbout C i Powell at 190 15 ago for 400 acres It surveys eet Wngnt jas A never let a picture of any kind leave my Cloak Opening at the Palace October cotlee at Dinellis Francis Mrs rida dresses appropriate to the occasion will ceasing but it had no power as it was Francis Mr Edward White Miss Jany 15- 11 and 12 side of the avcnuc Mr gallery unless satisfactory to the parties Op the opposite Infant of W L and Mary Arnold died be delivered by Hon Gasoline stoves in all sizes and at all Farrell Johney Yerkies Mrs Ellen W B Smith Hon only capable of running itself Had this Parrish captared another 40x120 feet at If there are any pictures I have at the home of its grandfather Joe Boggs A- - R Adrlee to Slotltrrs prices from the plainest to the finest at Post Office hours from 6 a m to 7 v Burnam Jerry Sullivan Hon man of unusual talent have lived in a Mrs TVntSLonaSooraia8mcp should alwayi ever made that show any signs of near Richmond on Saturday Sept 3qth 171 lir Money order and registered letter Todds Creek ruus thrusgh eenter f 45- J B McCreary and others The patrons country where inventions were more to used when children on cutting teeth It re Breck Phelps Adjoining this Ed W Powell took one fading as my friend calls It I will be glad 89 Burial in Richmond cemetery Iteve the little raSetvratonce it produces natnraJ hours prompt 7 a ir to u v ar and friends of the Institution are cordially popular and where there was great farm Has nletaleepandlheliUlecbentbairakcaastirint has an abundance to have them brought back to my gallery J samf size at 150 J B WILLIS P ir atmtton Is very ftgottena pleasant to tastepain It of Mr for E Dykeswill deliver It every Ued to attend Mrs Elizabeth Boyd died at the home soothes the child Â¬ capital with which to deyelop them er Ice sale and thegtrmallajaU Reaching the fair ground a large sec and I will replace same with new pictures George Duncan near xejrulatea the bowels and ia the best known remedy morning in any part of the city of her 4- he would donbUess have given the world tion being 560 feet on Irvine streetxtend any style free of charge for diairhcea whether vrlsistr from teething or To Be Repeated Waco in Madison county Ky on Sat- Â¬ other eutues Twenty Hre cents a bottle some great inventions Respectfully H0T1CEQF DISSOLUTION ing from the gate to Ten ills property run urday night September aSth 18S aged Mdlle Bredelh is requested by numer 65 Oysters In every ttyie raw fried Louis Scklecel ing Ijack 200 feet towards the amphithe u admirers to repeat the concert and Imprisoned Pebbles 83 years Burial took place ia Ihs Rich- Â¬ of eight rooms goid cellar a ofetera Photo Artist atre was laid oft into fourteen lots of about The Palace down on First street stewed broiled baked scalloped on opera so successfully given that holds 720 barrels of water Sea Deceased mond cemetery on Monday Dropping into the marble works of W 40 ftct each by 200 They were sold sepa Â¬ the half shell and every other way at The partnership heretofore exliting spring at the Court fceeps choice dry goods Ladies In- in house for keeping batter between S D Parrish and H F kowe a short time ago It was a musi Â¬ FFrancis this place we discovered on was for many years a resident of Rich Â¬ lo Dinellis 15- rately and then as a whole In lots they vited Turner under the Arm name of Par Â¬ meats etc good orenard or exeeneoc cal treat and all who were mond She was the widow of CoU John AH ootbalMfaMes then present the floor a stone of unusual appearance brought 307 2oor37 105 99 138 Turner Attorneys at Law fruit grapes etc rish A CHILD KILLED G Boyd who served with distinction in be more than delighted to again It was perfectly circular 1 inches in 136 150 161 Fire Tornado and Accident Insur Â¬ Richmond Ky has been permanent necessary 100 Acras cf Flaa Sinter 140 147 1253124 Three Forks RaHredd Cf allallfcinds Another child killed by the nse of ly dissolved end Mdlle BredeHi has consented diameter and the war of 1812 and died 35 years ago of an inch thick Its 140 making a total for the fourteen lots 7 32 ance written by Powell runs through the center Pnretsasr opiates given in the form of Soothing nd with additional voices and changes regularity in formation yet its of of nerfect 2099 The lots about the center of Why mothers give can have damages paid by ralktiad Fall Millinery 16 19 The new Steam Laundry Co have syrupsuch deadly poison is their chil- Â¬ Sept 26th 18S9 program the performance will be repeated appearance of not being artificial led to surprising Possession 1st January Price SH0 per a dren the lne that brought noticeably lessthan Mrs Lee Maupin has a One assort determined to put the price of work when they can relieve the child of its i t the rmJdle of November acre including houseaeld and kltetwa inquiry concerning it Mr Francis said the iHhers were shorter a pond cutting W B C02KXXKAV furuiture and atocs ment of litis bonnets ribbons flowers down so low that everybody can afford peculiar troubles by using Ackers Baby LTSUS PAJSUSH that it came from the interior of a solid off tle rear portion goodsv selected in to have their work done there as cheap Soother and other millinery It contains no Opium or Marriage License blue stone rock and that he had discov Â¬ Biting offered as a whole the boundary Hats ly as elsewhere Special rates given Morphine Sold by Y G White person by her in Cincinnati White list of marriage license Issued ered a dozen or more in a car of rock sold Ito D M and J C Chenault and S tf Prescription Druggist and bonnets trimmed to order Prices on family wasbiug daring the month of September J from a quarry in Rockcastle county D Jfarriih for 2100 reasonable and Inspection solicited Hesakuh Goodtoe and Lizrfe Isaacs If you want to buy a sulky surrey Taking a hammer and steel point he in Â¬ Powell represents Ten of the largest Dr Goldstein the well known optician Titus the thirty vacant lots and two 18- II II Burgess and Sarah E Perkins buggy or carriage call on Dpnelsun week will vited us out into theyard for investigation lots with cottages realized a total of who has been in Richmond Companies and writes Fire Insurance We have erected a new- and commo Immediately on Irvine turDpke three C 0 Shoyer rmatag Go to Lalors Cash Store for Grocer- Â¬ Mills Stores Dwelling and Minnie Jackson Pow Selecting a solid stone that would weigh 11146 This is a considerable advance remain until after County Court day Stables and for he has thelatest best andcheapest dious Livery and Sale Stable corner of and one half ralles from town Jttta Shearer and Lncy Goodrich 3rd and Irvine streets Utchmoail Ky bask toward railroad Good 44 17r G several hundred pounds he split it open overithe price paid by Evans Brooks 7 32 Those persons needing hit er ies Stock at Lowest Rates Oct Jth Live felug log Irease with land ask the public lo give us a trial Filltrrand Martha E Burnett R and found a perfect match to the one al He can be con- Â¬ vices should call on htm The new steam laundry is eqaJped spring All la grass Pooceeefaa Im Â¬ Pi P Ballard auctioneer John Chamberlain will commence J3 rorK JtACK ACHES fcDoIunsand Maggie E Waford G ready described It was firmly and close ED mediately BITCHED OH sulted at the St Nicholas Hotel Or yoa aw all worn oct really good lor nothing with every modern Improvement and HORSES building bis mammoth hotel fit Old W Dcatherage Distress after eatinsr heartburn sick a itlsrenenl detiilitr Try and Eva McCord J L ly imbeded in the solid rock In fact it woe yoaica - tf AT REASONABLE RATES Saddle TERMS -O-ue-thkd wants to do your washing nimnts A new six room residence for rent Point Comfort next inoiith It will Jt wflt xrtoH As uioY good appetite ScM 1cs and Mary Carroll Hiram BdhH looked as if it had been molded In the beaijeohe and Indigestion are cored by care you and rive a horses bonea aad boggfe hired at low fea Is KlveB Mirm te mm aai kw fey A1 deueis ia mtxliae- WES 8 J W have five hundred rooms mtf coat Remember the Palaee Drf Goods rates wd Emma J McDowell S P Hulett place where we found UHoapa i it There was no gooH Sarsaparilia It also creates cheap 35 600000 House 16- 15 19 15 1 tubstance however light wrroundtBgthe FAIMWfcClJMttiXttUX appetite KaiEhaK Richardson RJOWKWIH It 31 -- liar Hotel Change kk not even a dfforence of color PERSONAL is apparently of the came Mr T B Ayres is in Louisville composition as the stone in which it was incased Mr Francis says he has been Miss Katie Fox has returned from in the stone and marble business all his Louisville life and never before saw such a format-oMr C B Sale left yesterday for his n A section of the stone with a peb- Â¬ ble oi remarkable sj mmctry will be pre Â¬ home in Bessemer Alabama sented to Irof Kennedy for an opinion Mrs Eliza A Moss of Winchester is visiting at Dr J P Hcrndons Real Estate Transfers for September Mrs S R Powell of Illinois who was Wm Barclay to Richard Williams 40 visiting relatives here has gone home Easom acres 00 Eliza cto A P Sallec 3 acres 70 A W Creekmore Mr John Farley ol Glen Mary Ten Â¬ to W Haley 4 acres 200 W B Jones nessee is visiting his parents here to M E Jones c 384 5000 W N Mrs T W Davis of Campbellsville acres Eads to J D Lanter 48 707 who was visiting relatives here has gone T J Smith to Tobe Green c-- 93 acres home 2000 Willis Green c to Henry Lisle Miss Belle Ray burn and her niece U- Â¬ 666 O W Rose to Henry 93 acres Maupin 3S acres 300 R B West to tile Miss Sallie Rucker have gone West G W Bogie 378 acres 2000 Robt on a visit Eads to Wilson Eads 49 acres 400 W Mr W R McDowell attended the W Pigg to Elirabeth Church so acres Meter Wedding in Winchester lJ39J C- - w Taylor to Frank Phelps 27 last Wednesday acres 1375 Jas S Runyon to Sidney Mr George Wilkinson of Washington Runyon 66 acres 1499 Jas S Runyon City after a visit to his relatives here to Thos McDowell 50 acres 450 left for home last week D C Biggerstafi to Samuel Biggerstafi Mrs Nannie Hotckin nee Walker of 4000 TOWN LOTS IX RICHMOND Wichita Kansas left for home last week S T Green to Jas B McCreary 6000 after a visit here of several weeks P S Garlen to G W Haines 220 J Brooks and R C Stock- Â¬ Messrs Hagan 2007 ton of the firm of Stockton S Collins to Collins Brooks J S Walker to R B Cornelison c will go to Washhington this week to 1350 S Biggerstaffto J W Crooke attend the Triennial Conclave From iSoo S Biggerstaff to D C Bigger there they will go to New York to pur- Â¬ staff 3500 S D Parrish to Bush chase holiday goods Dcatherage 325 Samuel L Tudor Col I Shelby Irvine and wife have to Samuel Biggerstaff 3500 D C Â¬ Lyman to C S Powell 550 James No returned from Atlantic City They ob served the tidal wave in all its awe inspir 260 C S land c to J J Brooks They came home Powell to N L Hood 90 C S Powell ing fury and grandeur by way ol Niagara and say the Atlantic to Malvina Turner 90 ocean in its grand march upon the beach was a thousand times grander than Niag Circuit Court Judge Mortons court apjourned yester Â¬ ara day Mr F B Crooke saw Johnstown on The case of Col J W Capertort his way to New York Quantities of jtgainst County Judge Chenault concern- Â¬ debris are yet visible and the Conemaugh ing the R N I Ii B bonds was decided Valley bears unmistakable marks of vio- Â¬ in favor of Chenault and an appeal has lence A number of new temporary been taken houses have been built The new Johns The Commonwealth cases since our town directory is out and when compared last report arc with the old one shows the loss to be Henry Federasf who entered the resi Â¬ 35o- dence of Dr Smith and Senator Roberts Elder O T Young of Spears Jessa was tried for taking the watch of the mine county was here on Friday He is Lexington man and sentenced for five a candidate for Superintendent of Public years pLhis county Alex Miller disturbing religious wor1 Schools tion of the Democratic party Elder ship 20 Young was educated and taught school Wm Ross breach of peace not guilty in this county has done much in aid o Henry Wood concealed weapons 25 the churches and has many friends who and 10 days in jail will be glad to sec him elected Superin- Â¬ Bob White concealed weapons 25 tendent and 10 ten days Wallace Willis filed away Monroe Thompson breach of peace pebble Miss Susie Shifilet says she is proud of her namesake Susie S Patterson may not run as large a hotel as some men but he runs more of them Yesterday I wss just a common drugs Continued in gist today I am Sc our next Mr Lanes rattle snake ha met with a dire misfortune somebody has stolen six of its rattles The Republican candidate for Governor of New irsey is named Burd Grub and the Hopkinsville Soutli Kentuckian thinks that the Democrat rooster will gobble him up The ancient Jewish custom of divorcing a widow from her dead husband was re vived in Louisville last week The Falls City must be endeavoring to equal Chi- Â¬ cago in divorce sensations Â¬ THIS DEPARTMENT IS ALL THAT TJJE AESTHETIC COULD ASK FOR We E fe Can the Latest Im 11 io FiXil iwm w for tit Men Folks Fil k Largest m or tie West M i Mm My IN EVERY STYLE AND QUALITY AND PRICE irtiiHijvrinw s REMEMBER THIS WHEN YOU NEED AN ODD PAIR i ILL B SLEIGH RIDE FOB THEM streets of late We sell the Shaw knit in Sex1 A mighty hunter has developed down in the vicinity of Republican church He Will be worn a great deal this winter not only because of its being the latest style but because of its pleasing effect Is an expression you have frequently heard on the BUT FOR FEAR THE PDBLTO HAVE NOT UNDERSTOOD THE meaning we will state that it was made by a man on bis way to our store to buy one of our IImI lr - JJ sent for a quanity of cartridge shells and in finish and color being the ammunition expressing a determination Â¬ to kill a partridge or two for a sick daughnatural wool wilhoutcoloring loaded the ter A mischievous shells for him but put in nothing butpow matter We also have der and wads The old hunter went forth with gun belt ofcartridges dog and all other necessary appendages He re- Â¬ turned birdless Another day was spent AND in the same fruitless way Finally he sub- Â¬ sided with the remark t Well its mighty Merino strange Ive shot at least two hundred times and if Ive ever touched a bird J Thejast named All colors dont know it This item will probably be the first hint he will have that there is goods were very popular last more fun in hunting than he d reamed of in his philosophy H winter and bid fair to bo son-in-ln- WOOL MERINO COTTON This is an improveBMat fl M English Balbriggan FINE FALL OVERCOATS rv n fripnil In ensoniR tvliorA aIha In riiiv j J MITCHELLS store but he evidently thought that COVINGTON tvlir wu Ttroc Voiiir no wv 0 3- lmnnrrnnpfl Mixtures the seamless heel awl smooth toe with gussets in the heel inetop m having a ratad and Â¬ WACOL s in neighborhood more so this reason Waco needs the whipping post was the place to purchase for he said Ill sleigh ride for them evidently meaning that he would go there to buy if he had to go in a And the man was level headed for whore else in Richmond sleigh you find such an assortment of Light Medium and Heavy can B Weights in Impoi led and Domestic Materials comprising Worsteds Kerseys Meltons Beavers Chinchillas and Cassimeres in the latest We also have FAN gj CY STRIPED and COLOR ED MERINO HALF HOSE vulcan heels and toes --1 T B Taylor of Winchester is here styles shades and prices Couple of weddings shortly Jas M Benton was over Sunday from Winchester A k Stock a and Winter Cloihi A lAUiRIED A 50 CENTS 3 CHILDRENS YOUTHS CLOTHING 1 ile -- Y ZFULTE GLOTES SPECIALTIES drt Merchant Tailoring COVINGTON mtLUBi33yJBm I MITCHELL Y Castor Mocha Indian Sarinac and Tan Bucks rttHHSgragywij all its Various Branches JL- LAME SALE c- - w mi ohIi Public Outcry - n 81 Â¬ Â¬ RfHDE Farm Hair best EFFACERtfr LETTERS o 1 g LAND PRIVATE SALE I ld -- -- 3791 ACRES Â¬ N u son-in-la- w 3 if iirspHiials M - ALSO 110 ACHES Ber - - Â¬ -- VifX- - BFmM - - - - - IQmCR MULIIL BLUE GRASS ROUTE Shortest and QwcVcat Rattle fmm Cen- Â¬ tral Kcctucl to All PsinU Noitli Ha t West and SouihveU r f ROYAL MI BE1 153 i B THE Tiiiter ART OF LEAVING Are Maklnc pores of Tbenuelres Whoa Mad am o da Stool visited VToImar with the avowed intention of TTho 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IIlNTIXJTOS V Irr Ixittctoti Ky 0 lrrai OfBvhanimncnf oniHiroe O tuK At lUrhmntMl Ky Cindunall Hulkl- - intellectually capturinjf the literary lions of the day Goethe and Schiller aS sho made one fatal mistake sha ef Btald too Ion Goethe wrote to Schil- Â¬ Madame de Stael is ler bright entertaining person but sho ought to know- - when it is time to fro Besides not knowing when to go It is evident from incidonts recorded of her journey that she did not know how to go Sho lingered after sho had started It is Tclatod of her that at ono plaoo after ershe hod ordered her carriage and an- Â¬ ernounced her intention of departing in tho morning sho started a conversa- Â¬ tion which she vigorously kopt up un- Â¬ CC1 til it was bo near noon that her host and hostess could but press her to stay for lunchton This over the conversa- Â¬ WE CARRY NONE BUT THE tion wns again resumed nor allowed to flag until it was bo near evening that tho 6trained her entertain- Â¬ fiSa ers could hutcourtesy ofthat the horses suggest Tills MHdr hcpiiri s A niaivel ot P4rty miv iik h hiiI vlixlpsnmciiofH Slorp Hiitt H8 our stuck U nut Inrcf ue nit be taken from tbo carriage which had waited economical ilian Hie onltunrj ktitli nml continually reicwim it nml ilnrifure sho stayat tho gato all day and that wM in iuiKiitoii wlili HitraniKK another night which she did UlUtleH of low iel short woIkIU ulum ami our stock Is ALWAYS FREijH We onlv tHliaie povrctrrs so a 106 In can It Is Dlsraoll who in Lothalr HilYAX HAKINUroWUERlo Veil puts In the mouth of Theodora tho New Yorfc 3U sontimont that no ono should ever say Gasli goodrbye but in departing should fade away like a summer cloud It Is probable that tho great statesman and anil in cotisi qnence our prlci n are novollst wroto this after a parting in-Â¬ for an Incurable case of CiUrrh In tie llead bytne proprietors of terview with somo ono who had bored DR SAGES CATARRH REMEDY him with tedious farewells who un- Â¬ derstood not tho art of leaving For Symptoms of Catarrh Headache obstnicuoa of nose discbarRes faUlng- Into in tho narrowest and choicest circle ot throat sometime profuse watery and acrid at others thick tenacious mucous purulent friends and acquaintances thero aro eyes weak rinsing in ears bloody and putrid Jjff Glw us lie trial nml yon will usually 6omo persons tho pleasure of deafness difficulty of clearing throat expecto- Â¬ ration of offensive matter ureath offensive fniviiiceil whose visits or calls whether of buiil smell and taste impaired and eencral debility ncss or of pleasure Is marred by the Only a few of these symptoms likely to be presIIAGAN CHENAULT ent at once Thousands of cases result in con Â¬ fact that tboy do not seem to know sumption and end in the prave 29 By Its mild soothing and neaHnfr properties how to go For when a friend or caller Dr Sages Kemedy cures the worst cases 50c doparts we aro either glad sorry or The Original indifferent If wo aro glad we deslro XTTTLE to bo brief If we aro 6orry tho qulckor fsVC JF Liver Pills tbo painful Bceno is ended tho bettor icuog7 Partly TVjrto if wo aro indifferent we grudge tho bUAUarmltts draft on our time if wo are busy as TJnequalcdasaltvcrPill Sraallestchcap tho most of us are with tho pressing enatest to take One Pellet a Dose est CureSiclt Headache Itlllounlleadnche affairs of life Coimtlpuliou Indigestion DIzziucM Tho art of leaving is less understood Ullioua Attacks and all dcransements of the stomach and bowels Si eta by druggists by women than by men Tho habits 25 21 of business tho recognized fact that to a business man timo is money tho throng and press and exactingness of business life all tend to make men who live in cities the best possible oxom plara of the fino art of leaving quickly and nently A business mans social call is usually a model of good man Â¬ ners in this respect When ho has said what he has to say and listened to what there Is to hear ho takes his hat says Good evening and Is out of your presence without giving time or chance for tho too often tedious and embarrassing commonplaces of mu- Â¬ tual invitations and promises to call DEArJUt IN again which seem to bo a kind of social formula with women In striking con- Â¬ Watches Clocks Jewelry Silvfranrt trast with this neat and skillful moth od of cutting short tho parting words 9 MILES THE SHORTEST Iluteil ware rtc Gpeclal of an interview or call is the too com- Â¬ mon social practice of visitors who attention given to Quickest fej Absoiutely Pure - I - 11111I Sfl 1 fLavji 500111 BIT ana Sellfo Exceedingly Low VC9 tasn rrfiaVvo ewexs A D RUFF mmmMiJi 8 Hours the commencing to leave seem temporari- Â¬ BKTWKKX Ilev and Original Designs OF Alt 1 PSTTJNCf DIAMONDS ly to abandon their purpose and then linger as though it woro a kind ot com loth Equal la Crae Terror In the village of tho Moquis Indians In Arizona thero is celebrated each year the srmo dance a ceremony ot a secret Indian society which bas not ita equal in cruel terror Tho prepa Â¬ ration for the affair takos sixteen days During tho first eight days tho medi- Â¬ cine men and chiefs put tho dancing place In order and brew a socret drink which secures them against tho effects of the poisonous bites During tho last eight days tho snakes aro hunted for which are to bo tho Invol- Â¬ untary participators in tho dance This year thero woro gathered about 150 snakes of fair size Tho Moquis first subjected them to a sudden cold bath rolled thorn In tho sand until thoy were dry and then laid them in largo stone jars which wero thon sealed air tight with tanned skins Nobody thought ot extracting tho poisonous fangs of tho sorponts Through that tbo effects of tho charm would have been destroyed On tho ovening of tho feast a gen- Â¬ eral rehearsal was held which how- Â¬ ever proved harmless for in that tho snakes wero not brought into requisi- Â¬ tion After tho active membors had sung and danced enough thoy wont to rest lo prepare themselves for tho work of tho next day Close to the village thore had been erected a largo wooden structuro whero tho snakes carefully tlod In bags wore brought Before this shanty extend- Â¬ ed a big clear space In tho mlddlo of which there lay a heavy stone Be-Â¬ fore tho door ot tho shanty thero lay a long board which was scrubbed clean and sprinkled with Indian moal to keep all evil spirits away from tho dancers Then came tho dancers Tho group of them con- Â¬ first sisting of thirty six men wero fantas- Â¬ tically decorated Each Moqul held in one hand a rattler and in tho other a stick on tbo end of which wero fastÂ¬ ened turkey feathors Tho warriors marched around tbo placo soveral times in a ceremonious mannor and then settled at ono end of It These wore the singers whoso duty it was to enhance tho feast by their song Thon camo tho real warriors also consisting of thlrty slx men Thoy woro greeted with a howl and the singers then sont forth their songs and thus tho real feast commenced Tho dancers marched in order into tho shantyun- tied tho bags and took as many snakes as each could carry and returned to tho dancing place Onco there tho dancers put tho heads of tbo snakes into tholr mouths It was a ter-Â¬ rible sight to see tho disgusting animals make vain attempts to freo themselves from tholr uncomfortable position Other warriors considered it an honor to hold the snakes by tho tolls- - and keep them so straight that thoy could not wind themselves around tho breast and neck of tho dancers As soon as they completed ono circle around tho place the snakes wero spit out and caught by othors who carried them around In a circle until tho whole Now snakes wero donee was over constantly being supplied from the A MOQUIS SNAKE DANCE Dtignttlar Ceremonr That Haa VIRGILS MASTER WORKS Ho I SUMMER COMPLEXION I ground ot Roman nistorjr Whon Virgil in tho Eneld had fin- Â¬ ished tho Odyssey of his first six books whero ho hatl necessarily made use for tho most part of Homeric ma- Â¬ terial and addressed himself to his -majua optts the tfllad of tho Latin war wo know that ho contrived to fuse with consummate art his old and new material but how muoh did he himself and his first readers or audit- Â¬ ors believe of tho latter How real to him and them was tho tale which ho told in tho last six books of bis eplo with so fresh an Inspiration such kindled fire and heightened poetry with a depth and breadth of human sympathy unmatched elsowhoro by tbo moat sympathotlo poet of all tlrmi Wo speak of tho modern spirit of VlrglL II a It has become a commonplace faalnto Bouvo says dovlne a une dociiiivo heuro du mondo qualmeralt 00 Did lavenlr ho also appear modern to tho no makes bis man of his own time demigods intensely human filling their talo with life stooping tholr fate in tears The deepost student and worthiest heir ot his method in our own day has dono tho same for tho horoos of the Bound Table Did Virgil feel as fre to do what ho would with JEneos and Turnus and Evander as Tennyson did with Arthur and with Launcolot We may I think toko It for granted that in the Augustan ago tho main in-Â¬ cidents of the Trojaa war wore still re Â¬ garded quite simply as historical Of tbo events whloh followod Its oloso many different versions already exist- Â¬ ed Tho poot might solect his subject hero might dovlso oplsodos and estab Â¬ lish pedigrees as Virgil did for Au- Â¬ gustus as a man may write aa histor Â¬ ical novel to day but it would not answer for him to invent too widely or dovlato too far from tho recognized line of tradition Tho supposed date of tlie Asian citys fall was no more distant from tho men of that period than tho earliest of tho dark ages aro from ourselves a little less remote In fact than the mythlo eventa of the Arthurian cycle Tho proof Is plain even yet that primitive Italy was peopled by a succession of colonists from tho East who fought for their fair territory and were dispos- Â¬ sessed In turn of hor favorite sites In the historic times ot Romo such proof must havo been visible and palpable on ovory hand to an extent which It la difficult for ua now to conceive Tho final struggles of confoderato Latlum taxed to tho utmost tho resources of kings and early consuls and great Some Speculations Concornlnr the Back Â¬ 1ST I- Ciiitiiinaii tiiil New Orleans TIME 27 ENTIRE TRAINS HOURS C- AND OTHER PRECIOUS STONFH MONUMENTS In Granite and Marble BAJUAKCARS DAY COACH E AND SLEEPERS REPAIRIIffCt Promptly done and in n workmanlikr pllmoat to tho visited party to appear v part company to Who does not dread the visitor starts who then thinks of something else to say rises and then thinks of another subject of conversa-Â¬ tion nearly reaches the door and thon manner Cash Paid for S- has another revelation reaches tho Run 110 Through Without Change Old Gold and Silver dix--- door and most probably holding It open is aroused by a degree of mental MILES THE SHORTEST 7 HOURS THE QUICKEST HWWKKN - tlie Post olliue RiclMuoiul Dont torijel tlie place next Kv jun4 tf Cincinnati SJh Hiik Car Hfiivillf Jacksonville i iiM Florida TIMESS HOURS tie Only I Jne Ritiniig 1 lirotiyh iiiimii lo Jack- WilliiHil tliHiige Fine i Carriages THE SHORT T1NE fkox jvscrias city to NEW BUGGIES HEW PHJET0NS NEW CARRIAGES NEW SURRIES NEW SULILIES CHATTANOOGA brilliancy that threatens his health and that of his host or hostess by long detaining of both in a cold draft whilo he discourses What a tax on tho pa- Â¬ tience and politeness of tho llstenor who vainly strives by assenting in- Â¬ stantly to every1 proposition to ond tho Interview and break the restraining bond of polite attention Tho equally annoying counterpart of tho todlous caller who docs not under- Â¬ stand tho art of leaving is found in tho person who seems anxious to dotain the callor attempting to loavo and who makes protests or introduces new Eubjects ot conversation at tho critical momont Tho art of leaving on tho part ot tho visitor needs to be supple Â¬ mented by tho art of letting go on tho Wolcomo the com- Â¬ part of tho host ing speed tho parting guest is a Chi- Â¬ classic maxim of good society cago Tribune BIRMINGHAM MKKIDIAN JAOKSON VIUKSBUKO MOBILE shanty and put in the mouth until tho whole stock was exhausted During all this the singers wero beard to make a diabolical nolso tho dancers jumped and wriggled like crazy devils and tho scared snakes in many cases liberated themselves from tho hands of the attendants who hold them by tho tall ends and thon squirmed and struck around them Sometimes a snake got out of tho mouth of ono of tho dancers and as qulok as an arrow disappeared in tho crowd that surrounded the place Tho women and girls screamed and cried and tried to save themselves by flight whilo tho warriors sought to retake tho fugitives At last tho dan co was over Tho snakes wero carefully replaced In their cases and taken away and next day set at liberty again The tired dancers refreshed themselves with a woll deserved meal and went to rest and soon tho scene of tho strango occur- Â¬ rence was dosorted and ompty Tho Moquis koep tho composition of thoir charm drink which makes tho blto ot the snakes harmless as a groat secret Phrenological Journal HOTEL DEAD BEATS A Nlcht Clerk Glres Away One of Their Clever Uttle Tricks First Class AND Mmle iUe OhimwthwSmmIIhtii nl leans wjU id Ttx ItK ilte lai iSc New Or- Â¬ Texas Mexico 2 fr California Hr Qtiicker tlwn any oilier Line- 4HMHCiM MHlIf hi KlircveMiri L0W25T O0NS2573NI P2IC3S Ketwc tyf tiou iJ We HttraHtee sftlii raeHnn fiir i r tees ami Iufnrma before ftnieriug any rvtyle ef work aH4 Direct My vehicles are nil new nml of the very Intent pallerns They are for t ale n he most reasonable let m If you want a vehicle come and see me and you wont k home wilhnut one 1 hv Will rXHS ike largest trade in Oitlrit Hl IMfifiu Uj wiiliiHit TrnHHer fur 5 JOHN DONELcON Wnle Ncthern Tosas Mesico California and the West c aitilrepa FRANK W WOO LEY Trav laH Ajt LexiKRion Ky r C 8 HARRETT Trav Pass Agt iitniioogii Teim WM ADAMS iS fe SON Imjrlei8 Lexinoton Ky J Fw IUtPH Mia C GeuM M Gauit Gen libs ArI Rr Cincinnati O D CI EmvAitns IMPRESSIONS Go Deeper Into the Feel First Teachlncs Incs Than Later Instruction Tho permanence of early impressions Is an old and well worn theme but ono the parent and the teacher who would secure tho most salutary results from tholr instruction must never ti rgot or neglect First teachings go deep into tho feelings tho material is then plastic tho slightest trace leaves its record and time instead ot erasing hardens It to rock In one of tho early Indian raids in New England a boy was captured and retained by the savages for somo years Ho grew up in the customs of tho red man After his return to his EARLY Thero aro some peoplo who certainly tuko hotel clerks to bo fools of tho first water judging from the tricks thoy play In attempting to dead beat a hotel Xho other night at a late hour a dapper looking young drummor wearing a bright colored woolon shirt flashy tie and shoes of yellow leathor and carrying what is tho latest crnzo among dudes I believe a crab apple cane walked briskly up to the hotel counter and registered his namo for a room for tho night paying tho money down Ho met another young martin tho rotunda but I noticed that they never recog Â¬ nized each other and wero apparently strangers But from sizing them up badly-conceale- d tKV9 O L mT jS -- Av CV Jl ELo ii ml CiBCHKit Tk Iopcitr Xine nmmiiaTii L Indianapolis end between CHIOAG IatauiiiStiiT UOntma Cn CTX LAFAYZTTE 73CCH ir cam on 2icbt Iralr IitffciaWxjatXorl r Cars en Day Trains t luLi2 Cars and Elegant O 7tti3t duart S tprt SOT T23 gtXTCr3 EXTWZSX CBl Cincinnati tand St Louis L TU tte c I r Fear C lUtlwaf 1 4 Cheapest Sssi Suaintzi Cslkjt in iho World TTtei st Flonoj- - am 7ntil IfMleI ever cl other uilce4ai irOi4r KrfmfffcmfrSMemGf honk Urr tun alil liwrri J tistrtra fcon Nearly nWStnilenti la aitendaaeelhe port year Staiej an J foreign touDtrlex tefiM from Orltmtn HMitrti Tretien erap4oyei of ariimlDtn firaru -- nmaiwhluBook keepliiK Ccmmercial RniaMi Artltiaaet Ijiw MereaftJxIMtK rkln Jcim S4tx w Mn cfaewtrlnc Jala Iraeiiie nul Hiatlooerr anil nnnConnrtieInrtnaia Trltlna at nuard in a firllv tHK ore Tpe irrltlac nnil TelesrnpSij-rooms -- r I and anrel t UI and caa h- - fa n aiMi r f tii tH Bniness Conrae 6Wirla5 HfnarfoiMt tor Ladle No Lady rrSaeipel Kmplf lur pro 4r 9n Varalloik Untes caiina JtnUo now For ClfrMIr adresx IVELHUII IE Sir7tt frcs- - Icslaston Ky 22 jt old homo ho mode a profession of re- Â¬ ligion and studied for the ministry In tho opening of the revolution ho was preaching near ono of our battlo fields As the fight waxed hot ho was seen to leave his home and advanco toward the scene of engagement On his return ho was mot by ono of tho members of his church who at once something peculiar discovered you Aro mannor his in No was tho natural inquiry flick he continued Are you wounded Just then tho No not wounded preachers coat became unbuttoned I concluded that thoy ni Ietrs nCotorfiill v VllKltr portrait of llrCarrU WWUl Ok- J- wiHu TTnHBf BllHmrm far st work ll SSOtnMth- - I Bwhriarnkrr dp ta fortC KAaaaafesal cwt a a oasv W ILGA1XIMJH vSfTJwll w nilM XTltr Baniabfrr r AfBVjka wrltt I fear Us tv kiMwa anrihtnf t sell jnr albcat aaaaBBBH IT- H imtsu morr Caacor Tcatcnbj I took oruVn MOtira fu wjltaii I Ukaaaonirr fair jomt atbaaitt gwaaT ftYrri Tf on wko takes bald of thif rraftd bailiMM rrrrr mm ithl nr pnfltMnaaama1ttaSZC ifar a aclt daijwwk Dr- - bt Mtr t Kif rx- fsrti frum iheir JcticCmi Erfrr uafkM and thero fell to the ground three or four fresh scalps I could not help up bis as it bo exclaimed Tho he threw instinct savage arms and fled revived at tho sight of blood and in Â¬ stantly broke through the thin crust That early in- Â¬ of later Instruction struction took him back to tho forest whero he after remained Our Young People a pimrn raaOrt Slerainc n- cud Vindilli JLlae fiarx PaHmui rttcUnlns 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aAoOMrMaabM4tfral Taarait ef taa coaatri Ifoa BT JKrad takthoUfoa wu bcaUfeto pick bprM a ftitrrd numBf-ctaalt 1SA00 ten ta aevouataf alotlmU ltlotoerjh Album ar ta UmU tatba Pn4 Sbr SiS nrk Ik and a Hoyal Crimr t malba k Vclrrt h 1k decorat 4 taaMrc IUid worM Larrcat mat- Orrateta barfalat cm- kaowm A grata g wmtmy foe sgntt Amy enarsa waatL lihet trrm b caaae a auccamf ful rat- - StUaimlf oa albl Utfla arna Wbcrvrar abowa c rrtTenc araaf I ta r lalkbif aeetwary rAaae ltk rapldf aTer Aetata uka tbeaanda of ordcra be fura kaawav Cft potaaralt errtyworttt Aifniia ara tnaktaff fartaaaa Ladwa auka a math aa taea TothKadrr caaaaaa wcH aa any one FaR Ufianaatiotiaad tana free wbk panlealaraaaatteniafarear latk aa wba writa lor aataaVHoScal yea FHt t-IKbk9aBakaad c fattber wkj-Afterbarm Ukacw ail aa daaa aai a - cametatfa ta f CO AOOtSXA Uautx Jaddrtaa E C AlTrw Shall we start YOU in this business ITfiiateaaaad wr alt mltttjvntL Wr tfe apyniirl pre ia 14 1 KICHM03ri t JOKH ECAKOealPissaBdThtActat introduce our new mimmm Literal Tcrsis vill booV - to nliom unufuallv be civtn lo HARRISOH D MILLER tg IRVINE STREET Nrrt Doivr BIBLE BRILLIANTS Zctlicrs 4MncthiTg IIBLESTO RES yx I have JMirrli Sl the property if Mir il Viuipanv u id will keeji on limul ill of lie bf t varieties of U PcHt QAer The creatcat Furniture Repairing UPHOXiSTEBIG Ii easy of access Pjrfons AND haul their own col I win 130 sold for Holicxy Prescrts Those first in the Iclil will reap a hsrvet Act not have to crosa the railroad I respectfully request a Hlien fat sjuickr you will miss it miiBKe of Jlie citizen of both sunty CAREETJSXAID IN Done Promptly 3FC3S2ES aKASI aud city 6 21 CiRctonati Oliio FINE STYLE Give Mm a CaH 24- 13- T 8 BRONST N 1 pafr large Mill page pe 320 illustration OS ol them pnnled m nine colors Tlie yard rcUjt price onlv Si 50 ITllOUSaaS Trill UtfirJng to ucceg of the rear and cntirrlt new in tlte book iinc Royal Quarto aire 11 Jj finest 01 OOAIb Treat Them Like Gentlemen It is the wisest thing in tho world for a woman traveling alono to regard all tho men she meets as gentlemen and to display the presence of that conviction in her mind dlroctly she is approached by them In any way A cad will usually be at great pains to avoid disturbing tbo illusion when bo finds himself taken for a gentle man A gentleman would break bis neckrather than peril your evident good opinion of blm Men have a beautiful regard for womankind in tho abstract Thoy may bo quite capable of abusing tho particular woman dependent upon them but thoy all of them aro just full up of courtesy and kindness for tho woman they meet on the streets in cars and depots Also they are likely to treat with every consideration tho damsels whom chance of travel throwa A Beading Pa horse car con- Â¬ upon them for protection Ladies ductor assisted a lady and two ehlldron Home Journal abotlrd and picking up a third little Scriptural Authority girl lifted her in despite hor kicks Bev Dr Thirdly Is not your bill and struggles When ho tried to col- Â¬ lect fares for three children from tho rathcrhlgh Dr Diagnose Dr Diagnose Yea but I bavo ady he was told tho kickor did not bo Scriptural authority for making it long to hor Tho only thing ho could high and you as a clergyman should do was to take her back to tho starting point and sho received a free ride of notobject Ah I am not aware of such au- Â¬ about four miles thority According to current report a I will recall tho passage to you It great many Oklahomolass people are Physiclas keel thyeelt reads sorry they left good homes Life woro chums and woro trying to work mo Tho young fellow who registered went up In the elovator Just as ho was starting across tho rotunda to enter the elo Â¬ vator tho other young man walked across to tho stairway and up tho stops to tho first floor a if he had already engaged a room and When was going up to rotire the elevator boy camo down I asked him if tho elevator was stopped on tho way up Ho replied that it was and that a young man camo In on tho first floor and spoke to tho young drummer very cordially and that they woro apÂ¬ parently old friends and both had gono to the same room After closer inspection I found that the two young men had retired together and by look- Â¬ ing at the register at that late hour In tho morning I happened to know who were out and who in I knew thon that Jho young drummor and his friend woro pretending to be strangers before me In order that ono of them only would pay for a nights lodging Thoy banked on working their schomo this way Tho young drummor camo In In a hurry paid for his room and started up in tho elevator to retire as many people iiaturally do at that lato hour His friend argued no doubt that I being tho night clerk would think that he was a guest who had come In and engaged a room during the day and he was walking up lo his room not having noticed tho elevator then starting up Ho hurries around and stops tho elevator and both the young frauds then retire Tho next day tho young drummer and his friend ot course would como down lato after lam off watch thinking that tho day clerks would know nothing of thoir dead beat game But they wero beautifully foolod St Louls Globe Democrat i Women Can Easily Beautlrr Themsslres To bo fashionable in theso days it is necessary to be healthy and tho palo delicato girl that has reigned for so many years must give place to bcr more robust sister Tho complexion most admired Is the one having tho most healthful glow and in 00 other way can this be obtained than by fre-Â¬ quent physical oxorclso In tho open air Indeed many girls when away for tho summer almost live In tho open air returning in tho fall with com- Â¬ plexions tho envyot more conservative maids who aro afraid of tho least bit of eun f Tho sun is a wonderful beautifler of tho complexion but liko many good tonics ought not to bo taken In too largo doses at first Going from tho city where oven whon walking out j we toko tho shady side of a street dl- rectly Into the glare of a noonday sun in the country Is of all things to bo avoided In fact tho noonday un Is penetrating oven to very healthy coun- Â¬ try people and It is not advisable to seek It too often oven for the sako of tho complexion Tho morning and afternoon sun will do all that Is desired in this respect Somo falr sklnned peoplo aro pro vonted from onjoying tho country owing to getting so easily sun burned Always carry with you into the coun- Â¬ try a liberal supply of baby powder When going out into tho sun npply tho powder thickly over tho face and neck and there Is little danger of your suf- Â¬ fering from this painful affection Tho powder protects tho pores of the skin which are generally very sensitive to the sun If the powder is not con Â¬ venient corn starch or powder will answer tho same purpose When go- Â¬ ing out on tho water sailing or fishing powdering the face will save much pain and annoyance for thero aro few places in which a person burns so quickly as on tbo water When sun burned bathe tho afflicted parts in cream but If obtainable but- Â¬ termilk Is much more cooling and heal- Â¬ ing Tan can bo removed by applying lemon julco to tho face jnst before re-Â¬ tiring for tho night lotting it remain over night and washing it off with soft warm water in the morning A few drops of the spirits of camphor In tho wash water two or three times a week will help to keep tho skin clear A good wash for tho skin during tho summer is made as follows To ono quart of roso water add drop by drop stirring all tho time ono ounce ot tincture of benzoine Remember that it is benzoino and not benzine Bot- Â¬ tle for use Add a few drops of this to tho wash water each day until tho Etrurlahad hardly breathed her last water Is llko sklm mllk and tho skin In the century when Cicero thundered may bo kept soft and nice oven and Caisar fell and Virgil sang Moreover while tho wholo historic though you aro out In all sorts ot vista was actually much shorter thon weather To protect tbo backs than it Is now it had entered no Bo which aro generally tho of the hands first to freckle man mind as yot save that of Lucre- Â¬ or tan take tius or 6ome such dark and audacious gloves that aroyour old lisle thread worn In theorist seriously to question that tho cut off tho tops turn and the fingers beginning of all things are divine A insldo each finger Theso hem on tho con bo worn heros great grandfather might well bo in tho fields and are more comfortable tho sanguinis ultimtis aucer in tho than tho wholo gloves bosldos pro- Â¬ heavens of his Illustrious race the tecting the hands Boston Budget earlier tho generation tbo more free and familiar must needs Jiavo been FACTS ABOUT INSOMNIA men thought Its Intercourse with tho gods and it was still currently be- Â¬ Frequently It Is Ceased by Utter Lack of Domestic Recreation lieved that certain spots ot earth hod Areyou afflicted with insomnia Por been selected from the origin of all things by tho favor of divinity and haps you havo too much timo forsloep Perhaps you depend too much on sleep sanctified by its frequent visitation Even a man llko Cicero born a critlo for rest and recuperation For sleep and bred a lawyer will not have his Is not tho solo rest of tho used up Sociability congeniality and friend too brutally inquisitlvo about nerves tho enjoyment of good company rest tho antiquities of hl own native town It is best dear Aniens in a caso liko the body quite as much as sleep Tho this to accept tho poets version of dreary monotony of life in many a truth and not Insist upon that of an household involving this tumbling into eye witness bed with the mechanical regularity of Atlantic a machine at nine or tea oclock In tho HUMAN SACRIFICES ovening does not always rest weary Terrible Kites Paid to the la la Gods In bodies Early to bed and early to New Calabar Africa- rise docs not always make a man Tho steamer Congo brings news from healthy wealthy or wise Numbers of Now Calabar of a most revolting sacri- Â¬ organizations aro only capable of ftro fice It seems that a few months ago or six hours sleep at a timo and their tho old King of Eboo died and as Is early lying down to rest is often suc- Â¬ customary In that part of the country ceeded by an early waking up and a tho traders from Now Calabar went up consequent restless tossing for hours to pay tholr respects to tho new mon- Â¬ preceding daybreak Tho practlcers arch Tho traders woro aware that ot punctuality aro often surprised after for a short tlmo after tho old Kings breaking their own cast iron rules death tho Iu Iu rites aro performed and passing two or three later hours of but thoy thought that theso wero over mirth or jollity past tholr usual bed Â¬ Tho deceased monarchs name was time to find themselves evon more re-Â¬ Imphy and to tho horror of tho Enfreshed In tho morning than usual glish traders tho Iu Iu ceremonies The relaxation of sociability has rest- Â¬ wero at tholr highest whon thoy en Â¬ ed them mora than sloep would or on tered Eboo Town attempt to Bleep But these aro condi- Â¬ Thc rites had been in operation for tions sot so easily reacbod In tho aver about two months and already about for- Â¬ ago family In fashionable life we ty peoplo had boon slain to appeoso the have a formal exhausting mechanical Iu Iu gods Tho old King was thon ovening of more or less dissipation lying In a grave which had been dug On tho othor hand the ovenlngs in for him The hole was a large one great numbers of families aro monoto- Â¬ and deep Lying in tbo samo gravo nous humdrum They involve tho were nine of the Kings youngest assemblage of tho samo people wives and their deaths had been the same surroundings tho samo brought about in tho most cruel man- Â¬ paterfamilias yawning ovor his paper ner Each of tho poor creatures had and tho samo querulous mamma both her wrists and ankles broken so overladen with family cares Fresh that they could neither walk nor people with fresh thought fresh at Â¬ crawL In this state and suffering tho mosphere any thing to stir up and most excruciating pain tho unfortu- Â¬ agitate the pool of domestic stagnation nate creatures woro placed at tho bot Â¬ are sadly nooded and sadly scarce tom of tho grave seven of them lying Thero needs to bo also a constant suc- Â¬ sldo by side Tho body of tho King cession of such fresh people to bring was then laid on them In a traverso about theso results Tho world 1s full Tbo two remaining women ot men and women and in a better direction wero laid down by tho side of tho regulated lite it would be their busi- Â¬ King lying exactly like the monarchs ness after tho days work was dopo to body No food or water was given to entertain each other and giro each tho poor creatures who wero left in other fresh life As it Is now hun-Â¬ that position to die It is said that dreds It not thousands of our house- Â¬ death did not as a rulo tako placer for holds aro Uttlo better than cells for tho four or fivo days Four men were sta- Â¬ incarceration of each family Thou- Â¬ tioned round tho grave armed with sands are thus worn out prematurely clubs ready to knock back with theso from utter lack of domestic recreation weapons any of tho women who not- Â¬ Thero might bo written over tho graves withstanding their maimed condition Bored to of hundreds of thousands were nblo to crawl to the sldo ot tho death by tbo stagnation of domestic grave Chrlstaln at Work life In other parts of tho town further human sacrifices wero taking place Extension of the Metric System Suspcndod from various treos wore tho bodies of several men Those poor fol- Â¬ At a recent meeting of tho French lows were also enduring tho most ago- - Academy ot Sciences M D Malarce nlzlng death In most instances holes speaking of tho extension of tho metrio had been bored through their foot just system of weights and measures gavo by the ankles Through tho holes ropes some Interesting figures In 1887 tho were drawn and tho men were then tied aggregate population of tho countries to a high tree Their heads were of in which tho metrio system waa com- Â¬ courso hanging downward The men pulsory was over S06000000 bewore left there to die The traders as ing an increase of 53000000 u ten they woro proceeding along wero un-Â¬ years In 1887 In countries with pop- Â¬ willing witnesses of a frightful sacri- Â¬ ulation of closo on 97000000 tho use of They saw a number the systom was optional and the coun-Â¬ ficial execution of natives in a group and went to tho tries where tho metrio system is le- Â¬ spot to see what was taking place To gally admitted In principle and par- Â¬ thelt- horror the white mon saw a naÂ¬ tially applied as in Russia Turkey tive tied by the feet and neck The and British India had in 1887 a pop-Â¬ rope attached to tho neck was thrown ulation of 395000000 being an in- Â¬ over a tree in one direction and tho crease of 54000000 in ten years rope attached to the feet was tied to a The increaso is duo to the growth of tree in tho opposite direction Tho population in the countries which had ropes were thon drawn tightly and already adopted tho systom and to Its when tho body was distended to its ut- Â¬ adoption by now countries Tho sys- Â¬ most length another natlvo with a tems of China Japan and Mexico are hatchet struck the nock and severed decimal but not metric Tho metrio the head from thb body The head was system is thus legally recognized by taken to tho grave where tho King was 791000000 of peoplo and the threo lying vehllo tho body wa3 eaten by tho j last named countries have a popula cannibal natives Tbo white men coild tion ot aDOUt mwwwu so inai oniy do notaing to stop tho barbarous prac about 42000000 of inhabitants of tho tices as lo Interforo with theso re- civilized world havo systems which aro ligious customs would not bo tolorntcd neither metrio nor decimal London by tho ratircs and tho lives of the Standard traders buld havo been In peril Thoy Tho or true eating Madura therefore made as qtdck a retreat from tho towrraa they cdold Tho traders banana is never brought to Northern learned for each ot iho following ten ciimo tho imported varieties being months thero was to bo a sacrifice of thoso that are used for cooking pur- poses There aro several -- varieties of seven men London Standard tho Madura each having its own pecul- When a Nevada man rtends his lar flavor One tjf them the smallest daughter Jo aa Easttra school ho calls called tho Lady Finger Baoanahag it sendingior 06 a winery SHLak a skin nearly as thin aa paper and is j the taostJiigbly prised of all Herald - now Fate Delicate THE 10 COMMANDMENTS Think Carefully and buy from us 2 Decide Wisely The Best is the Cheapest 3 Act Immediately When Bargains are Ofiered 4 Work Diligently Until You Reach Our Place 216 Wr 5 Deal Honestly Is Our Motto 7 Investigate Thoroughly If You Do Not Know Us 8 Buy Frequently If You Would Ploase Us 9 Sell Reasonably Has Ever Been Our Aim 10 PAY PROMPTLY Is Our Earnest RequeeL 1 Main Follow the TEN COMMANDMENTS they will ultimately lead to success and and make us happy y3 Hfi MbiitLrUllfJ m DEALERS IN fm lajCMTDy ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE STOVES TINWARE WOODEN WARE HOUSE FDRNISUING GOODS Blacksmiths and Wagon Makers Tools and Material ALL KINDS ot METAL ROOFING and GUTTERING FARMING IMPLEMENTS WAGONS PLOWS HAY RAKES WHEELBARROWS FANCY CARTS BREAK WAGONS ETC LOOK FOR 216 W MAIN STREET AND YOU WILL FIND LTV US SHACKELFORMGETEY Richmond Ky July 10 18S9 4 EODESDALR THE RODESDALE ADDITION 13 NOW OX THE MARKET WILL BE SOLD ONLY TO GOOD PEOPLE NONE ELSE NEED APPLY a 10 rs Twenty Six Lots 50x250 Feet Will be sold on following terms Twenty Five Dollars cash balance in ins- 50 on Saturday of eacli week to be paid to Dr W G WhiteSt Inry of lite Richmond B L Corporation who will receipt for he tin No interest will be charged on the purchase money until after the expira l 14 months from date of sale thereafter 6 per cent will be charged on the i chase money remaining unpaid By this method parties can buy and a f r a good lot at a small price on easy term without interest and free ol city tax Any young man in Richmond can buy one or more of these lots and pay f r it without feeling the burden In the very near future this proierly will be w j much more than it ix now selling at The city is rapidly extending in that i rectinn and will ultimately absorb Rodesdale For further information rail on W G White E W WiaaiNS or Stephen D Parkish Richmond Ky 48- - raents of THE BEAUTIFUL ORIENT ao He is receiving more daily and intends to sell all of them to foeeS ACQUAINTED WITH THB GEOGRAPHY OT THE COOIfTBT Will 03TAIS MUCH VALUABLE HJTOBMATIOH- FBOM A STUDY OP THIS MAP OF 4 E 11 1 C r C rr VflJ-JC-- Tr kI Wi 0 oUteJ THE CHICAGO ROCK ISUND PACIFIC RAILWAY THE MISSOURI RIVER erasingIt traverses vast areas of the richest farming- andeconomfct1lands m ho sysDorr oi world formlnsr tho epoediest most popular and transportation to and from atlcltias towns and soctions in Kansas Col Â¬ orado and tho Indian Torrltory FREE Itecllninrr Chair Cars botweon - Including main lines branches and extensions Eoa nd West ot Missouri Rivor To oil points Bast Norta and Northwest from Kansas City to Rock Island Davenport Des iloinos Chicago and via AL3H LEA EOTJTE to Spirit Lafco Pipestone Worthinirton Ssoux Falls cWawr is tin town Minneapolis St Paul and lntorvcnine towns and cities phort direct route In connection with lines from St Louis Cincinnati LouisviUo Nashville and Eastern and Southern points convorginc a Kansas City it also constitutes THE SHORT UNE TO DENVER AMD THE WEST FROiVS Kansas City and Caldwell Hutchinson and Dodsre City and Pullman Palace Eloeplnsr Cars to and from Wichita and Hutchinson MAGNIFICENT VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS Leading all competitors in splendor of equipment cool In summer warrped toy steam from tho locomotive in winter well ventilated and froe from cms j leave Kansas 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